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  1. I fixed the problem. Heres what I did. I removed 4x2GB Kingston sticks, and put my spare OCZ 1GB chip in, and it wouldn't post. So I removed one of the 2, 4 pin connector to the motherboard for the cpu, and it posted. So I was cool, that was the problem, put my old chips back in, same problem so I put the OCZ back in, booted, with ram being utilizing all of it. So I went into the bios, Switched the timing to manual from auto to 5-5-5-15, saved the bios, and put my old chips back on, and it posts, and boots. I did all this before reading the last post, so the kudos I guess will go to Waco, cause he gave the correct the solution, as to what I exactly did.
  2. Below are the screenshots of the @BIOS software from Gigabyte This is the initial screen, and I click on the top right "Update BIOS from GIGABYTE server" Then this screen comes up, and I choose the USA server And this is the last screen, where I choose the BIOS
  3. I have rev 1.6 I originally had FB bios, and it wasn't posting, so then I upgraded through the software called "@BIOS" that comes with Gigabyte boards, and it searches for the latest bios, downloads, and flashes. Weird part about it, the website says latest it has is FD. I also tried removing all memory sticks, and using just one, that didn't help, and also tried another chip in a different slot, that didn't work either.
  4. So I recently borrowed a processor intel QX9770 of my friend, to try it out, and if my computer supports it, I will buy it. (on h is computer it works fine). When I put this processor in my motherboard GA-EP45-UD3P (rev 1.6) (Gigabyte), the computer turns on for few seconds, and shuts off, then turns back on, and shuts back off, and it will probably do that like 5 times, then it will just shut off. My other processor wors fine on this motheboard, so therefore socket is good. I updated my BIOS to FE, no change. I tried resseting the BIOS, no change. I need some help on what can be the problem. My power supply is brand new, Rosewill RG630-S12.
  5. E6300... If its cpu throttling, is it done through BIOS, is something that permantly on the motherboard?
  6. I recently bought a new motherboard, Gigabyte EP45-UD3P Rev 1.6, and when I'm in BIOS, i have my multiplier set to x7.0 and FSB to 428. When I boot to windows (Win 7 64bit) it shows me my multiplier is x6.0. My previous Gigabyte EP35-DS3L with same windows had no problems. Any ideas why its not staying at x7.0?
  7. what is a pencil mod? will it work on my board? (Gigabyte GA-EP35) and also, why making the cpu always run at 1.4? and not only on loads? just curios....
  8. oh wow, i guess im amazed also. could i guys tell me what the voltage on the CPU right now? and also, when i try to change the timings on my RAM to 4, 4, 4, 12. It dont boot up like that. So how can i overclock my RAM?
  9. ye its real lol... Krow, what are you amazed at? Sorry, im kinda a newbe at this, but kinda not
  10. I need some help on overclocking my CPU, and overclocking my RAM if possible. Here are the screenshots from the CPU-Z. I have my CPU already overclocked, but can I do it more? *All 4 memory cards are the same And here are the pictures from my BIOS SETUP SCREEN: This is the main screen This is "Advanced BIOS Features" This is "MB Intelligent Tweaker (M.I.T.)" Adn this is the 2nd page of "MB Intelligent Tweaker (M.I.T.)" screen
  11. i got vista installed finaly on my computer.... heres what i did... In BIOS---Integrated Peripherals--SATA Port0-1 Native Mode- I have to options Enable or Disable. Enabled-SATA Port0-1 Work at Native IDE Mode Disabled- SATA Port0-1 Work at Legacy Mode It used to be disabled, i enabled it, and now Vista installs fine now would u tell me what i did? i dont know whats native or legacy
  12. i have vista disk, OEM.. its an upgrade disk though, which means i have to install xp, before upgrading to vista
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