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post #491 of 899
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Originally Posted by andydabeast View Post

hey guys big problem here with my 990fx extreme 4...
opened up my case today to put in a new fan and move another one onto a controller that just uses molex for power. so I did all that and tried to boot but got error 19 on the debug led. hit the reset button cuz it does that sometimes and no change. held the clear cmos button on the back then reset with same results. unplugged it for a min then tried again with no avail.
I see 19 flash up when i hit the power but then it hangs on 36 for a second and then stays at 19.
36 is CPU post-memory initialization system management mode
19 is pre-memory southbridge initialization started
what is going on?

I'd say check your ram, but I'm not really sure. I suppose there's no OC since you cleared CMOS. You may want to try doing it manually instead of just using the button, too. Try swapping ram or using 1 stick at a time. I get 19 when my NB frequency is unstable or my RAM clock is too high personally.
post #492 of 899
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I'd say check your ram, but I'm not really sure. I suppose there's no OC since you cleared CMOS. You may want to try doing it manually instead of just using the button, too. Try swapping ram or using 1 stick at a time. I get 19 when my NB frequency is unstable or my RAM clock is too high personally.

I do have 2 sticks in there and at stock i remember the bios tightening the timings but when i first built the system I had no problem... ill pop the batt out or use jumpers or something and take out the extra stick and see.

If i leave it switched off for like an hour and then try to boot I get different results. one time i was able to hit delete for bios but before bios came up it got stuck at error 0d, which is "reserved for future AMI SEC codes" and another time got 68 which is "PCI host bridge initialization"

edit- ok I tool out one stick and verified that having only one stick in the second slot is fine. I used the clear cmos jumper. now all I get is error C5. which is not in the list of error codes...
Edited by andydabeast - 3/6/12 at 1:18pm
post #493 of 899
try to pull out your IDE drive? just a guess.
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post #494 of 899
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try to pull out your IDE drive? just a guess.

I unplugged both disc drives, my other vid card, and spare hdd. C5 is all I get. I googled it to no avail. there must be SOMEONE who knows what this means!mad.gif
post #495 of 899
Having a weird issue lately when I schedule the PC to wake to do a task it starts with the primary core at my set clock speed but all the other ones are limited to 800MHz. Looked in the BIOS but the ACPI settings are vague and nothing seems to address this. Does anyone have an idea for me? This issue is not present when normally starting up after a shutdown, only when waking from standby.
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Check power management features: C1E, CnQ, etc. Are you using multiple programs showing other cores at 800MHz? I'm not really sure what it would be.
post #497 of 899
Thanks for your response, all extra management features are disabled in BIOS and both Core Temp and Overdrive show the 5 cores at 800MHz.
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post #498 of 899
I would turn everything back to default settings (including the power management features) and test the core clocks setting by setting (assuming you are OC'ed somehow). Also, you might want to run benches - maybe it's displaying a low clock but it's running normally? Shot in the dark, hopefully someone knowledgeable can help you out.
post #499 of 899
well turns out one of my ram sticks is faulty. RMA that junk. thanks anyway
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Hey Asrock xperts,I have a Fatality990fx and need to know a good stable BIOS array of settings to run my fx-8120 with. I run a ssd and it dont have to be o'c'd a bunch but even at defaults, Ibsod alot. I have both win7 updated for the fx installed and have chkd all hardware. Just need a few ppl to lett me kno their setup. Thank you.
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