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  1. Hi ! The normal diagnostics for blinking power leds in other systems are : Power LED Blinks Once per Second : System in suspend mode (S3) Power LED Blinks Blinks Every 2 or More Seconds: Power supply overloaded. 1. Push in power button. LED should be permanently lit. 2. Remove all AC power from computer, wait 30 seconds, then apply power. 3. Remove load from power supply by removing options one at a time until computer runs. 4. Check for damage to system board. 5. Replace system board. 6. Replace power supply.
  2. Your problems looks to me it's not HD (physical) or mobo/controller related at all . But something going wrong with your reserved MFT zone and it's data . Delayed write failures almost always have to do with problems in MFT of the ntfs filesystem. Take a look at the posters here to get the idea . Perhaps your usage qualifies to a ntfs format with a larger mft reservation than windows sets by default . http://gladiator-antivirus.com/forum/index...showtopic=10769
  3. The reason it works with cas 2.0 on your Athlon XP nforce2 system is that memory controller is externally on motherboards chipset and adds some latency/delay compared to A64 (win memorycontroller integrated in cpu) . This is the same corsair states as cas 2.0 usable for intel , cas 2.5 usable for AMD but the "AMD" should state it's for Athlon64 systems .
  4. You need to set the silicon image controller to sata mode in bios , and load sil drivers for that controller . Optical sata devices doesn't work on the nvidia sata ports. Since you have SLI-DR your only workable option is the Silicon Image controller.
  5. You could always try to get hold of som low profile and perhaps angled sata cables if that helps . Some that looks like this http://www.lycom.com.tw/KB106.htm Edit: Mack ! There is a NF3 , no pci-express or 100mhz there . Problem is the sata marvell bridge NF3 flaw while overclocking HTT
  6. Look after this product . http://www.actisys.com/Documents/ACT-IR210...5.1-060214A.pdf From Actisys IR210 irDA motherboard adapter http://www.actisys.com/IrDAProd.html#IR210L
  7. If you use the wrong set of sata ports (those bridged from chipset to marvell PHY , non nvidia PHY )corruption occures somewhere beyond 220~230 HTT. Use the sata ports next to cpu/agp and you will be able to go beyond . Known design flaw on NF3 250gb/Ultra with added sata (bridged) ports that exceeds the reference designed NF3 chipset which have only 2 ports fully chipset integrated with nvidia PHY.
  8. Anyone knows what the trick is to use hotkeys to load a profile during boot. I have never got this to work with either having it usb connected or ps2 connected . Kb btw is Logitech Cordless MX3000. Edit : Well kinda figured it out . Only works from cold boot and using Ps2 .
  9. I'm sure yours also will do 2.9 and 3.0ghz , but to achieve it you will probably need to reduce the strain on the memory controller as I have . ...
  10. I think I remember the corsair support forum recommends 2.70v~2.75v for those sticks . At DDR400 (memclock index 200mhz) you might get rid of the errors by using 2-3-5-2 (rising tRCD from 2-3 clk)
  11. I just mounted my 9500 right down leaving the yellow DFI retentinon frame , using the same screws also . Motherboard still in the case , no sweat . Be carful though that the backplate doesnt slide away , then you perhaps needs to take the mobo out afterall .
  12. Sata (optical) atapi devices have never worked properly on nvidia ports ( most people get it to read , not write) . If you have SIL ports you are saved , use SIL sata ports and it's okay . Plexor SATA burner motherboard/controller compability: http://www.plextor.com/english/support/sup...patability.html
  13. After new flash always : Reset cmos (properly , like manually with jumper) Load optimized defaults + save , reboot after shutdown folloed by AC removal . and Reset/clear ESCD data . This help alot with "bogus/murphy" problems .
  14. The cpu automaticly selects dual channel , not the board .
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