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  1. Everything is all plugged into the power, including the gfx card. Any other possibilities?
  2. Whoops, thought the psu was in my sig, sorry. It's an Enermax EG465P-VE 24P 460W. I just tried using individual sticks of the memory that was already in there, for lack of any others.
  3. Cleared CMOS. Switched slots that I had my video card in. Tried running on just 1 stick of memory, trying with each stick. I'm stumped.
  4. Having a pretty serious problem with my system at the moment. When I power on the system, all of the fans run and it acts like it is starting up normally, but there is no output to the monitor or to the speakers of any kind. On the mobo itself the "System Condition" shows 3/4 lights, stopping at "CPU detected" as it is put in the manual. This problem began originally when I went to plug in a USB printer, and before it was plugged in the monitor just went blank, and when I tried to restart the system the fans went but nothing else happened, and it's been like that since. I replaced the mobo with another NF4 Lanparty, assuming that the first had been shorted or something, but I am still having the very same problem. So yeah...I'm pretty clueless as to what could be going on and would greatly appreciate any help that can be offered. Thanks.
  5. Well, I updated to 3/10 and sadly I'm still having the same problem. I guess I can live with unplugging/replugging when I boot, but it is such an obnoxious little problem to have! If anybody comes up with any other things to try, gimme a shout.
  6. Sorry about forgetting to put in my specs. The problem occurs with any USB device I plug in, from my Saitek Gamer Keyboard, to my Logitech MX500, to my deskjet.
  7. I'm setting up a new system, and having a bit of trouble with the USB on my Lanparty nF4 Ultra-D. While it works fine when I'm in Windows, I have to plug the devices in after booting up, since if they are plugged in when I power the system on, it hangs at the "Lanparty" splash that appears right away. Removing the device and restarting allows the system to boot normally. I've tried a few things, like enabling/disabling USB mouse/keyboard/etc in BIOS, changing USB power from 5V to 5VSB, but still no dice. Anyone have any ideas so I don't have to keep unplugging and replugging my USB devices all the time?
  8. I'm building a new rig and am trying to find out what the best RAM for the Lanparty nf4 Ultra-D would be. I want 2gb, and I will be OCing (Planned CPU is the Athlon 64 3700+ SD Core), so keeping that in mind the two options I am looking at right now are: -OCZ Performance 2GB (2 x 1GB) 184-Pin DDR SDRAM Unbuffered DDR 400 (PC 3200) Dual Channel Kit System Memory -2 GB (2 pcs 1GB) DDR (400) PC-3200 Patriot (PDC2G3200LLK) Any experience with either of these on this board? Any recommendations one way or the other? Or is there a different RAM altogether I should be considering? Any help would be great, so please let me know if you have any input. Thanks!
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