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Can someone help me out with what seems to be a common debug code# 34 displayed on the Gene-Z IV motherboard on a new build with an i5 i2500K processor with 16Gb Corsair CML Vengeance?
I get the code 34 but it recognizes all of my RAM and I can get into the BIOS. No other devices are hooked up yet. I have tried reseating everything but haven't taken off the cooler and reseated the CPU.
Should I just continue with adding the rest of my hardware and installing the operating system or should I look elsewhere before I press on?
Thanks

 

Go through and check all the below ...

Debuging Error Code 34, Thanks to LA_Kings_Fan

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Debuging Error Code 34, post codes 32-36: CPU post-memory initialization;
- check to be sure your CPU Chip is seated properly.
- check to be sure your memory modules are seated properly.
- memory modules shopuld be 1.5v max (voltage above that CAN potentially cause issues with Sandy-Bridge)
- check to be sure your GPU card is seated properly and/or the PCI-E power cables are securly plugged in TIGHT to the card.
- check to be sure ALL your Sata power Cable connections to HDD, Optical Drive, etc. are secure.
- Double check ALL PSU power connections.
- Be sure you are running the most current OFFICIAL ASUS BIOS ... currently Bios #0902.
 
Credit & Thank you to LA_Kings_Fan & Others
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Go through and check all the below ...

Thanks for the information. Some of the items don't apply to me as I don't have a GPU or any SATA devices hooked up yet. I tried reseating the CPU and many combinations of RAM in the slots to no avail.

I still get the code 34; even though I can access the BIOS and the RAM is visible.

I guess I'll just decide to press on with the harware/oper. system install or possibly RMA the board. frown.gif
post #6513 of 7108
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Originally Posted by CodeRush View Post

@AndrewCowley, Bios Depot is reliable and there is no need of soldering.

Thank you CodeRush. Is there any special tool required to extract the old chip and insert the new. I've never done that before.
Edited by AndrewCowley - 12/3/12 at 1:06am
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@AndrewCowley, there is a special tool called DIP extractor, but you don't need one, if you don't replace 100 BIOSes per day.
BIOS is plugged in DIP socket, use something like tweezers or flat screwdriver to gently unplug it.
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post #6515 of 7108
Somebody knows if this ram is compatible with the board?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231585
I upgraded to an I7 3770K and wanted to upgrade my ram as well... Looking for some 2400 ram to go with it..
I can see it support the memory speed on XMP but im not sure what kind i can use..
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Somebody knows if this ram is compatible with the board?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231585
I upgraded to an I7 3770K and wanted to upgrade my ram as well... Looking for some 2400 ram to go with it..
I can see it support the memory speed on XMP but im not sure what kind i can use..

I highly highly highly suggest this ram smile.gifSamsung

I have a this board, with an i5-2400 at 3.7 and the rams running 1922 8-9-9-25 at 1.5v

There's a whole thread on getting this ram up to 2400... Here

I don't know if the ram you're looking at is compatible, but I've never had any problems with g.skill rolleyes.gif

but I love this samsung and for the price, it's definitely worth giving it a shot... then again some people don't like the bare ram look, all up to you, just thought I'd throw this out there smile.gif
post #6517 of 7108
ok got me 16gb got them on wednesday hopefully...
post #6518 of 7108
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Thanks for the information. Some of the items don't apply to me as I don't have a GPU or any SATA devices hooked up yet. I tried reseating the CPU and many combinations of RAM in the slots to no avail.
I still get the code 34; even though I can access the BIOS and the RAM is visible.
I guess I'll just decide to press on with the harware/oper. system install or possibly RMA the board. frown.gif

Try just ONE stick of memory at a time ... try each stick ONE at a time to test each stick individually ... if reseating CPU and 1 stick of RAM still give you code 34 ... you might have a short in the board ? double check your install ... or better yet run boot test outside of the case, sometimes a metal stand off on the case isn't where you expect it, and causes a short ... also be sure all your PSU connections are correct and in securely.

 

If you still get 34 ... then yeah you might have to RMA the board, and see the front page on that, the ROG Asus stuff has a better RMA process than the basic Asus stuff.

   
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@kevindd992002, 3603 is crap. No bugs was corrected, several new was added, RST OROM is a bit newer but still old comparing it to latest Intel versions. Nothing interesting there, still waiting for new ME 8.1 BIOS with SecureBoot support.

So which BIOS version do you recommend for overclocking with my board?
post #6520 of 7108
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So which BIOS version do you recommend for overclocking with my board?

Kevin I asked pretty much the same question - I have a 2600K and this was his answer
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@Volkswagen, 0902 if you use Windows 7 and 3402 with ME 8.1 if you use Windows 8.
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