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  1. I completely agree, thanks Z3R0-CooL. This is getting really dumb, and I've actually resorted to playing Oblivion on a Asus A8N-SLI until this "issue" is resolved. How hard can it be to get SLI to work on a SLI motherboard? As far as the limited knowledge I have on SLI motherboards, this is the only motherboard that seems to be having issues with SLI. Apart from the 'minor' SLI enabling issue with the expert, I love it
  2. SLI works in server 2003 x32 and x64. I have no idea the amperage, but I really don't think it would work on other motherboards and not on this one, I mean, just how much amperage does a SLI-DR Expert take? This is getting really dumb By the time I can play Oblivion again, I won't remember who my character was or how to play her anymore... Thank you for the replies so far! @centy - Just what does the dog mean?
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    Expert + 4Gig Of RAM????

    Any version of Server 2003, 32 or 64 bit can handle 4GB. Link for 6 month Server 2003 Trial You can get it just like x64
  4. So... can anyone help me out here? I'd really love to keep this motherboard, if only SLI would work...
  5. lol.... I pushed submit on accident I guess. So sorry about that, Rgone...
  6. I have read the following threads: In regards to SLI: "NF4 Expert - SLI Problem" "NF4 Expert - Enable SLI? Look Here! FIXED!" "NF4 Expert -SLI-DR Expert: SLI doesn´t work !?" "NF4 Expert - SLI-DR Expert with SLI causes Game Crashes" "NF4 Expert - SLI crashing - Signal Frequency is out of range" In regards to 4GB Ram: "NF4 Expert - 4GB on Expert won't run.Update works with 1T" "NF4 Expert - [RESOLVED] Dfi Mods, Angry, Please Help!" In regards to Server 2003: NF4 Ultra-D - Windows 2003 and Directx/Direct3D Well, none of the solutions seem to apply to me... :drool: I have enabled the 8-nc-1-8 PCI-e option in the Bios. My SLI aperature thingy is Disabled. My PCI-e spread spectum is Disabled. I have reflashed the bios to 11/02. (The mobo came with that, but I figured it might have gotten scrambled...). I know that the 7800s, FX-55, and 4 gigs of ram works, since I pulled it out of a working A8N-SLI. Just to make sure, I tested everything in the following motherboards (swapping parts out and stuff): ECS nForce4-A939 Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe Asus A8N-SLI Premium Asus A8N32-SLI Deluxe Abit AN8-SLI Every motherboard works fine with my hardware, EXCEPT the DFI board. Granted, I have no other DFI board, so I could not try that route. Here is a list of Drivers I have tried: x32 Drivers: 84.21_forceware_winxp2k_english_whql.exe nForce4_amd_6.69_winserver_2003_32_english_whql.exe x64 Drivers: 84.25_forceware_winxp64_english.exe nForce4_amd_6.66_winserver2003_international.exe I have not tried older drivers, simply because I do not feel that I should be forced to use old drivers to get such a good motherboard working. If I have to resort to 7x.xx series drivers or something, I'll be going back to Asus and stock speeds. The bottom line is this: SLI DOES NOT WORK. If I try to enable it, my computer starts trippin' bad, and it starts to flicker the screen a lot. Enabling Dual 6600GT in the Bios makes my computer worse. I can play games fine with only one card, but DirectX is acting up, and the computer crashes a lot. I have tried (with this and the aforementioned motherboards) List of Operating Systems I have tried: Windows XP Professional SP2 Windows Server 2003 x32 Enterprise Windows Server 2003 x64 Enterprise The Nvidia CP only shows that I have DirectX 3 installed. I have run the February DirectX 9 update, and dxdiag shows that I have 9.0c.
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