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Ugh, nope. Got my hopes up for nothing But thanks for the help!!

Im going to call it a night, In the morning I'll tear everything apart and throw it in my 1200. see what that does.

I really dont want to have to RMA it...

Anybody else have any suggestions?

And also, when I got a glimpse of the UEFI it was pretty. My CPU has a VID of 1.201. Is that good for SB?
Edited by Philbar71 - 5/6/11 at 9:16pm
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Bump...

What would happen if I took out the little bios chip and bought one from ASUS or something?

Well, I tore it all out and threw it together on my desk and its working like a champ now! Im thinking it was some kind of ground issue between the case and the video card bracket. Hence why the 4650 would work while the GTX 560 wouldn't, cause the 560 had a bigger bracket.
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I know this is an old post, but someone may be searching and come across this.


I started getting the same "ec or ec flash...shut down in 15" crap after adding a new disk to the machine. But it had nothing to do with the disk. This machine is running as a server, and was pulled from its rack and taken to a bench for upgrading. It worked fine on the bench, but when put back in the rack, the problem began. Thinking a dimm must have wiggled loose while carrying it about, out came all the screws and cables and back to the bench. It fired up right away! Getting angry now, back to the rack it goes, and it will not boot, same error. With nothing plugged in but the monitor,(going through a KVM) it will not boot! I grabbed the monitor off the bench and plugged it in, and guess what? IT BOOTED! Shut it down gracefully and plugged in the rack KVM, and duplicated the failure again. Put all the other plugs back in and the bench monitor, then booted the machine and changed the monitor. The monitor disolayed an 'out of range' box, but was still visible. Then restarted the machine again. Viola! Now it works normally! Video card in an Nvidea GT210, so nothing real special there. But I believe ASUS really needs to look again at a motherboard that complains of a corrupted flash when a monitor is changed!
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