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[RESOLVED]DEAD DOG CPU>> HELP! DFI Ultra D

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all red lights lit up on ultra d... what is going on.1gb geil 2x512 bought from new.brand new 7900gto! and other parts second hand and working apparently.

whats happened.this is doing my :angst: head in and im getting majorly pissed off.ive tried the 2nd pcie slot and no i dont have another mobo to test the gfx card!

help me please must be a jumper or something?

do i have the 12v and the molex and the extra bit on the 12v all plugged in together as i am doing?

cheers HELP ME.

EDIT:brand new working tagan 500w psu with all trimings and sli plugs etc...

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i have a weird floppy adapter to molex thing on my tagan and i reckon thats whats screwing it up as it plugs into a molex and tht molex is then used instead of being tagged onto a molex plug... so tht plug cant then be in the motherboard molex socket aswell.wtf do i do.its the dual engine 500w.

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keef247 my friend,

 

please make a sig and fix your location, it is to your best advantage to do so.

Please follow the rules you agreed to when registering so we can help you.

 

thanks.

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You guys hes got a sig. the first post never shows a sig. you got to look in his profile

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you have all four power plugs. Plugged in the board? Pull out one stick of ram and put the other stick in the secont slot closest to the end of the board

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Yeah ;) did you follow the Build Guide like tasr mentioned as most of the users here trying to help are gonna use pointers - troubleshoots from that......

 

Logan

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yep no help.still 4red lights and all hardware is sposed to be working bought trade.my 7900gto is brand new tho so hmmm im worried.

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Do a full CMOS clear as shown in my sig. If the short one doesn't work, try the 24hrs. It may sound weird, but a clear (sometimes even as long as 72hrs!) has been known to clear up problems just like yours...

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