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Booting past first screen prob.

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Raising the memory voltage to 2.8V didn't help. Here are pictures of my boot screens (when it DOESN'T hang):

 

boot-1.jpg

boot-2.jpg

 

See anything there that could explain my problem?

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I have the same problem, same CPU and 2x1GB of Ballistix RAM. I do need to bump up the RAM voltage though to fix a memtest error that I think is caused by that being too low, so I'll have to see if that fixes it....

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chrism778, you should be able to run you ram at 1T, 2x1gb

Now piotrgurin is using 4X512. He has a "winnie" cpu. So I the best he can do is 333mhz at 2T. This is controlled by the CPU.

 

HEY! who you calling a winnie.....!!! heheh

 

 

Now on a serious note, it seems like alot of people have the same problem as me. some of u guys are alot more screwed up, but a few of you have the exact same startup boot hang like me.

 

Now where is my messiah?

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Ok, Just for grins and giggles try 2 sticks in dimm slots 2 and 4. See what happens. (I know you want to use all 4 sticks) This is just trouble shooting.

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I have the same problem, same CPU and 2x1GB of Ballistix RAM. I do need to bump up the RAM voltage though to fix a memtest error that I think is caused by that being too low, so I'll have to see if that fixes it....

yes i have had this prob to, i increased the voltage to 2.8 2.9 and it worked fine but change my ram this week and updated the Bios and everything is a default values and working fine, good luck and dont give up! :nod:

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yes i have had this prob to, i increased the voltage to 2.8 2.9 and it worked fine but change my ram this week and updated the Bios and everything is a default values and working fine, good luck and dont give up! :nod:

 

-CsA-TAZ,

 

Exactly what problem were you having? piotrqurin and I simply have a hangup at bootup that requires us to hit the reset button and then all is fine.

 

I'm wondering if I should try a new BIOS. I'm using 623-3 I believe.

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Do you have any USB drives connected to your computer (maybe as part of another device)? I removed one I had and for now, the bootup hang seems to have gone away. Of course, it was hanging before even without the USB drive connected, so who knows.

 

BTW, I still have a USB mouse and keyboard connected. Also, I've overclocked my FSB and CPU and upped the voltage on the CPU to 1.475V, so maybe that helped.

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@piotrgurin,

 

Set the bios up like this and see if it helps :)

 

In Genie Bios

200

auto

16 16

auto

100

disable

1.450v

1.300v

above VID 110%

1.30v

1.60v

2.6V - 2.7V

+0.3 if not 3.2V = enabled

 

DRAM Config

166

disable

2

3

7

2

13

16

3

3

2

3

1560

auto

enabled

auto

0

Level 8

level 2

8ns

normal

6ns

256

disable

16

07

disable

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