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So I ran prime for about 12 hrs after I redid my OC and everything was stable. Today I turn on my computer and my wireless card isn't being detected and my motherboard is flashing error codes at me(1c, 1d, 1e, and 1f) I tried looking them up in my motherboard manual but they weren't listed.

http://www.biostar-usa.com/app/en-us/mb/content.php?S_ID=482

Is it possible that my PCI bus frequency isn't locked?
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Reset the bios and see if you are still getting them. If that doesn't work try pulling each item out one at a time. See if individual error codes go away when you take the wireless card out. Let us know the results.
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Well my wireless is working again after the reset. But my motherboard is still flashing errors at me. It was 1F during startup and now its just switching between 1C and 1d.

UPDATE: So before I was using Ubuntu and thought that maybe the error codes were because of Ubuntu, but they still show up in windows but only 1C others were flashing around before but now its just stuck on 1C. Should I just try calling Biostar tech support if they know what the numbers actually mean?
Edited by leilei1 - 8/4/11 at 10:27pm
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post #4 of 13
Have you tried taking the wireless card out? Try that, then take any OC off if that doesn't work.
post #5 of 13
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With my OC undone and my wireless card out I'm still getting error messages same as when I started.
*I had undone my OC b4 when I wrote the update, I forget to mention it.
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Ok, so to the best of my knowledge e1 could be E1 look at it upside down and it looks like 31. So pull out that manual and look at number 31 in the error codes, wait I will just tell you what it says: Allocate memory for ADM module and uncompress it. Give control to ADM module for initialization. Initialize language and font modules for ADM. Activate ADM module. I have no clue what that is talking about, but see if you see the ADM module anywhere in the bios. See if you can figure that out and if it fixes all those other codes.

I did some other hexadecimal conversions and it yielded no codes that fit your unit. I got 40 41 48 and 49.... So the upside down 1e would be the only thing that works. 48 was it's conversion. so.
Edited by caleb - 8/5/11 at 6:38am
post #7 of 13
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I ended up just saying to hell with it and pretended like they weren't even there. When I turned on my system today the error codes were gone =D So I did my OC again but this time I pushed it stable to 3.8GHz and still no errors!

The only issue is that I still cannot use my wireless card while OC'd, when everything is at default it works fine. The weird thing is that I also cannot open the DLink connection manager it just shows the little wheel for a split second and then disappears on me. My system is stable now just as it was when I was OC'd to 3.5GHz.

So is my motherboard doing something to the PCI lanes when I OC?
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post #8 of 13
Try putting the pci clock to 100
post #9 of 13
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My pci-e is locked at 100 but idk about my pci. Are pci lanes affected by overclocking?
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post #10 of 13
They shouldn't be. That's what I meant. Pci-e. Hmmm still not working? So it works if you don't OC it?
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