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  1. No chance of getting it fixed . Run memtest to check if the working module is 100% ok. I was thinking maybe the sticks were not in properly, sometimes it doesn't damage them but it would seem you were unlucky.
  2. What happens if just one memory module is in the top yellow slot? Instead of clearing the CMOS, hold the insert key down and press the reset button. Keeping the insert key held down, wait. And see if it posts. Does the board still work with the other CPU?
  3. Greetings you you. http://www.diy-street.com/forum/showthread.php?t=21258 http://www.diy-street.com/forum/showthread.php?t=58838 If you read the rules you should know that pictures are required and they must be in the correct format, see the second link: Item verification. Get some pictures asap. Bump
  4. Hello, Where did you get the Sempron 939 CPU? This was never released to retailers and only some OEM builders like HP had some in their PCs. Could be why it is not quite working. Clear CMOS again When you enter the BIOS - Set the LDT ratio to x5 - Set the CPU Ratio to x9 - Set the Vcore (startup) to 1.35v - Memory in the orange slots. - Disable CPC And see what happens when you save and exit. Also what bios version are you using?
  5. Also if you remove the memory and power the pc what happens? Then try each stick on their own in the top orange.
  6. Hello, Remove your front panel connectors. Clear the CMOS for 10mins using only the jumper. Make sure you place the jumper back to the save position. Memory modules in the orange slots? All 4 power connectors plugged into the board? Power the board using the EZ switches. What happens? If the same thing happens go back to the your 550W PSU and try again.
  7. Hello, - Use the latest official BIOS then yellow slots may then work but, when using just 2 memory modules you must always use the orange slots. - Once you have flashed to the latest official BIOS, Clear the CMOS for 10 minutes. (using only the CMOS jumper) - Then move the CMOS jumper back to the save position. - Power the pc with just 1st set in the orange slots. - Enter the BIOS. - Set CPC to disabled. - Save and Exit. Now turn off and insert the 2nd set into the yellow slots (total = 4GB) Power the PC, what happens? Power on issue, if it never did this before it is probably the power supply starting to fail.
  8. Hello, BT keyboard as in the really old ones with the big DIN plug? Are you using a BT to PS/2 adaptor? Regular keyobard as in a PS/2 one? Did you plug this in when the pc was powered? When replacing the chipset cooler did you get any paste over the edges of the chipset core? (Was it silver based, this can cause problems)
  9. Hello, PWM at 66DC is to hot, do you have any fans over that area?
  10. Hello, Does the drive appear to get any power? Does windows detect that something is plugged into the USB port? What happens if you remove all the other USB devices and plug it in the port that you use with your keyboard?
  11. http://www.memory-configurator.co.uk/produ..._kit/index.html
  12. Hello, Trying to run 2x512MB with 2x1GB will cause issues. Do you have a Winchester core or Venice core CPU? - Winchester can only run 2x1GB @2T. - And if you use 4 modules it must be 333Mhz @2T. Clear your CMOS for 10 minutes. (make sure you move the jumper back to the save position) Place 1 512MB stick in the top orange slot. Power the PC. - Set the memory voltage to 2.7v - Disable CPC - Set the memory timings GENIE BIOS Setting >DRAM Configuration..................Press Enter = New Menu FSB BUS Frequency....................200 LDT/FSB Frequency Ratio..............X 5.0 LDT BUS Transfer Width...............16 16 CPU/FSB Frequency Ratio..............X 9 PCI eXpress Frequency................100Mhz K8 Cool 'n' Quiet Support............Disable Cool 'n' Quiet MAX FID...............AUTO CPU VID StartUp Value................AUTO CPU VID Control......................AUTO CPU VID Special Control..............AUTO LDT Voltage Control..................1.20 V Chip Set Voltage Control.............1.50 V DRAM Voltage Control.................2.70 V +0.3v if not 3.2v....................Disabled Run MemTest86+.......................Disabled GENIE BIOS Setting >DRAM Configuration DRAM Frequency Set (MHZ).............200 (DRAM/FSB:1/01) Command per clock (CPC)..............Disabled Cas latency (tCL)....................3 RAS to CAS delay (tRCD)..............3 Min RAS active time (tRAS)...........8 Row precharge time (tRP).............3 Row cycle time (tRC).................11 Row refresh cycle time(tRFC).........14 Row to Row delay (tRRD)..............3 Write recovery time (tWR)............2 Write to read delay (tWTR)...........AUTO Read to write delay (tRWT)...........AUTO Refresh period (tREF)................1560 Write CAS latency (tWCL).............N/A Odd Divisor Select...................Disabled DRAM Bank Interleave.................Enabled DQS Skew Control.....................Decrease DQS Skew Value.......................0 DRAM Drive Strength..................AUTO DRAM Data Drive Strength.............AUTO Max Async Latency....................6ns Dram Response........................Normal Read Preamble Time...................5ns Idle Cycle Limit.....................X16 Dynamic Counter......................Enabled R/W Queue Bypass.....................AUTO Bypass Max...........................AUTO 32 Byte Granularity..................Disabled (4 bursts) - Save and Exit. - Then turn off - Remove PSU mains power cable. - Insert the second 512MB module in the bottom orange slot. - Power the PC. What happens?
  13. What is normal? When the pc does not boot do you see any Red LEDs lit? If so how many are lit. Can you borrow another gfx card?
  14. Yes it is possible for the IDE controller to stop working. The chipset is very fragile, did you recently change the chipset cooler? Even a bit of arctic silver over the chipset contacts can cause a problem. If the chipset overheats it can also cause permanent damage. Do you have any IDE hard drives to try?
  15. Let us know the outcome. http://www.diy-street.com/forum/showthread.php?t=81843
  16. Temps are fine. You could try using just one memory module in the top orange slot. This will decrease the CPU's work load. If that doesn't help I am out of ideas. Do you have all 4 power connectors plugged into the board? Now would be a good time to try another power supply
  17. You dont have to take them out, Take a picture of your pc (remove side panel) and place the Item verification paper there too. You can have a close up image (no IV paper) and a bigger overall image with the IV paper. As long as the modules can clearly be seen in the pictures this will be ok. And image sizes must be 800x600.
  18. The issue was fixed (new revision A3) quite a while ago and does not involve the Corsair PSUs.
  19. Hello, When it does work, can you enter the BIOS and look at the CPU, Chipset and PWM temperature. Has this pc been working in the past?
  20. What program are you using to monitor the temps?
  21. Hello, Clear the CMOS for 10 minutes. (DO NOT REMOVE THE BATTERY) Then make sure you place the jumper back to the correct position. On the back of your CD drive, set the jumper to Cable select. Place blue end of IDE cable in the mother board. Place black end of IDE cable in the CD drive. Turn the PC on and enter the BIOS. Set the boot order. 1st = CDROM Save and exit. Try the CD again. Does the CD definitely work, bootable in another PC? (original or copy?)
  22. OEM CPU = 1 year, Retail boxed is 3 years. But if it cannot be replaced they may just refund you the current market value. Before you send anything back, just to be sure test the new PSU in another pc. And it is 3 years for USA customers.
  23. Does the new PSU work in another PC? If it does then the board is dead/causing a short.
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