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Hi

 

This must be the right place to post this message!!

 

I have huge problem with my DFI NF3 Ultra-D mobo and need a lot of help!!

 

Cant post, not get into the bios or boot! It is just black on the screen!!

It powers up, all fans run but I get no post, no beeps of any kind.

Tyed everything, moving ram in diffrent slots. Change ram also.

Tryed two different g-card, nothing happens.

I have reset the bios, still same problem.

 

I changed back to my K8N Neo2 Plat. mobo and everything work!?

 

Any ideas??

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Hi

 

This must be the right place to post this message!!

 

I have huge problem with my DFI NF3 Ultra-D mobo and need a lot of help!!

 

Cant post, not get into the bios or boot! It is just black on the screen!!

It powers up, all fans run but I get no post, no beeps of any kind.

Tyed everything, moving ram in diffrent slots. Change ram also.

Tryed two different g-card, nothing happens.

I have reset the bios, still same problem.

 

I changed back to my K8N Neo2 Plat. mobo and everything work!?

 

Any ideas??

Unplug your sata's power connector turn off the power supply from the switch on the back, clear cmos for 20 sec. turn the comp back on with the drives still unplugged. If it post go into bios and setup your sata's like you want. They may not be listed in the bios but it works every time for me. After you set every thing like you want it reboot wait for it to post again then turn off from the power button on the case. Plugg your drives back in and you should be goo to go. :)

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Hi

 

This must be the right place to post this message!!

 

I have huge problem with my DFI NF3 Ultra-D mobo and need a lot of help!!

 

Cant post, not get into the bios or boot! It is just black on the screen!!

It powers up, all fans run but I get no post, no beeps of any kind.

Tyed everything, moving ram in diffrent slots. Change ram also.

Tryed two different g-card, nothing happens.

I have reset the bios, still same problem.

 

I changed back to my K8N Neo2 Plat. mobo and everything work!?

 

Any ideas??

have you tried resetting the cmos? the little black or blue jumper near the battery? you move the jumper plug to the alternate postion, then back again with the power off. disconnect the psu power cord while you do this.

 

If that does not work after a few trys, then perhaps an rma is inorder.

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I have tried resetting cmos but not without sata connector unplugged!!

 

I will give it a shot!!!

 

Thanks... :)

What does the sata connector have to do with resetting the cmos???

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may i know what is the setting for LDT voltage???

is it chipset voltage in bios???

Yes 1.65v For under 260HTT and 1.75v For up to 335 HTT... If you have a strong Memcomtroller on youre CPU

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Yes 1.65v For under 260HTT and 1.75v For up to 335 HTT... If you have a strong Memcomtroller on youre CPU

never thought of that. I will look into it. For me though, I'm happy with 250-260...

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Also On my board. I have noticed that even below 260 I can run tighter MEMORY timings with 1.75v on the chipset. But it may just be a isolated Situation with my set up...I would suggest trying it Both ways

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Unplug your sata's power connector turn off the power supply from the switch on the back, clear cmos for 20 sec. turn the comp back on with the drives still unplugged. If it post go into bios and setup your sata's like you want. They may not be listed in the bios but it works every time for me. After you set every thing like you want it reboot wait for it to post again then turn off from the power button on the case. Plugg your drives back in and you should be goo to go. :)

 

It did not work for me! :sad:

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Try it with the power cord unplugged and the battery out. Mine usually acts like that when ever I push too far and have to reset cmos. I always have to unplug the power from the drives clear cmos for atleast 20sec. then boot up and go into bios. Set up everything like you like it, including sata drives. Then reboot let the comp post then shut it off from the case button. Plug the sata power cords back in and then boot up again and let it go all the way thru to windows. If this does not solve your problem then you may have a dead moard.

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