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post #901 of 1879
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Hi guys

Just a little update to my boot problem. It turned out to be the memory, but the memory do work just not on my Sniper 3 board. The memory I bought to use with the Sniper is the Crucial Ballistix Smart Tracer 2x8 GB kit with green led's

So I did a little switch with my x58 rig. Took one 2gb dominator and placed it on the Sniper and then it booted right into Bios. I then took 1 stick of Crucial's and placed it on my x58 board and it booted right into windows.

So the Crucial's does work just not with my Sniper board. Do you guys think that a bios update could fix that?
if so I will try updating the bios tomorrow when I get up before I run out and buy another memory kit.

Btw the current Bios ver. Is F4

Thanks again for the suggestions to help me get my board to work
Flashing to F7 can't hurt, if you don't screw up the flash.
post #902 of 1879
Well it can be done on this asus board.

Jump to 9.00 on this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y08UUHMy9p8&list=PL91E32848D715CA0A&index=5

If this can be done on the sniper it will lower temps considerable on 3-way air cooled set-ups.
post #903 of 1879
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Originally Posted by Unframed View Post

Hi guys

Just a little update to my boot problem. It turned out to be the memory, but the memory do work just not on my Sniper 3 board. The memory I bought to use with the Sniper is the Crucial Ballistix Smart Tracer 2x8 GB kit with green led's

So I did a little switch with my x58 rig. Took one 2gb dominator and placed it on the Sniper and then it booted right into Bios. I then took 1 stick of Crucial's and placed it on my x58 board and it booted right into windows.

So the Crucial's does work just not with my Sniper board. Do you guys think that a bios update could fix that?
if so I will try updating the bios tomorrow when I get up before I run out and buy another memory kit.

Btw the current Bios ver. Is F4

Thanks again for the suggestions to help me get my board to work

Great Job! I would update the bios to at least F7 if not the F8i. If it doesn't work just flash back. Over @TT you could ask Stasio or acebemxr to see if GB will address the issue with the Crucial memory (if it hasn't already)
Edited by Conners - 1/24/13 at 8:33am
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post #904 of 1879
Hi folks, new here so please go easy on me. I purchased this board a few months back but not until recently installed it ( Didn't realize it was an eatx board and needed a full sized case ). Anyways, recently I have been getting some random errors when Booting, Configuration messages and I need to enter setup and save to continue on. Other issues involve losing internet connectivity, on either ethernet it will seem connected but does not do anything, my other pc works just fine connected to the same router ( its a sniper m3 ). I have changed bios a few times, went from f4 to f7 and am currently using the beta F8H. Board is still under warranty but it will be a P.I.T.A having to pull it out and repack it again. Any enlightenment would be greatly appreciated.

"Note" This machine has not been overclocked ever its all on stock voltage due to the extreme temperatures I have here during summer (104F Ambient temps )

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post #905 of 1879
My debug led sometimes displays 04 instead of A0 when the computer is on. It works fine and seems stable. What does 04 mean ?
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post #906 of 1879
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My debug led sometimes displays 04 instead of A0 when the computer is on. It works fine and seems stable. What does 04 mean ?

I don't think there is a 04 Debug Code... at lease not in the user's manual I have.
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post #907 of 1879
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My debug led sometimes displays 04 instead of A0 when the computer is on. It works fine and seems stable. What does 04 mean ?
Absolutely nothing.

My old Intel board used to show FF after booting successfully, when I had my POST card in, and that code meant processor exception. It doesn't mean anything if the system boots.
post #908 of 1879
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Great Job! I would update the bios to at least F7 if not the F8i. If it doesn't work just flash back. Over @TT you could ask Stasio or acebemxr to see if GB will address the issue with the Crucial memory (if it hasn't already)

Things going good here? I took a look at the Gigabyte official memory list.... Sorry to say it not officially supported.. but it could be be if you contact the right people and tell them them of your memory problems. I know stasio deals with that sort of thing..Not sure hes a registered member here or not. But any bios dude could help you out I suppose.
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post #909 of 1879
Just an update from my issue since nobody seemed to have the answer. I had both nic cards enabled, it seems that having the bigfoot drivers installed even without the killer nic enabled also was giving me trouble with avast. I disabled and uninstalled and seemed to have fixed the problem. Configuration errors I was receiving were still showing up every now and then so I ended up sending the board back for an rma. Hope it helps someone in the same situation.
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post #910 of 1879
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Just an update from my issue since nobody seemed to have the answer. I had both nic cards enabled, it seems that having the bigfoot drivers installed even without the killer nic enabled also was giving me trouble with avast. I disabled and uninstalled and seemed to have fixed the problem. Configuration errors I was receiving were still showing up every now and then so I ended up sending the board back for an rma. Hope it helps someone in the same situation.

yeah i had read somewhere else the killer nic was giving connection issues. i have been having it randomly stop connecting at times but it does it randomly and rarely so wasnt a huge deal to me and yes its ocerclocked
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