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Should he try to unplug the machine are remove the mobo battery to clear cmos? I know I have to clear cmos or reflash bios when I am testing stuff because of the ongoing Asus bios bug.
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Did the pin switch for the cmos...and now it doesn't switch on at all
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PM sent. Valgaur to the rescue
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Update.

we have the chip running, it's currently in single DRAM slots but we are finding what slots are currently running for the chip. OC's and everything else are working just fine. thumb.gif
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Update.

we have the chip running, it's currently in single DRAM slots but we are finding what slots are currently running for the chip. OC's and everything else are working just fine. thumb.gif

Phew, well he wasn't running dual channel before so he might not notice the loss. Sucks but you have to look at the bright side of things! So have we confirmed its a damaged IMC?
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just like my half dead cpu. error code 55 and only run in single mod even 2 dimms installed like a2 and b1. might be a mounting issue. try with a very very paper between ihs and pcb
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Phew, well he wasn't running dual channel before so he might not notice the loss. Sucks but you have to look at the bright side of things! So have we confirmed its a damaged IMC?

This is kind of a weird one we haven't had this yet where he has 3 dimm slots still but slot 2 or the second closest to the CPU isn't working. so 1, 3, and 4 work but not 2... tryign dual channel 1, and 3 now.

Update again lol. channels 1 and 4 are working but we can't get the 2 other slots working so we are gonna try that paper idea.
Edited by Valgaur - 2/3/13 at 1:16pm
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Pictures - on PC right now skyping with Swag and Valguar -> 2 legendary people.

I'm running on DIMM 1 and DIMM 4 - middle two are screwed.
















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Interesting, I don't see much damage to the PCB. Have we thoroughly check the LGA pins? I fixed about a dozen Z68 boards with bent pins and bent pins can kill specific RAM slots, cause boot loops, cause temp readings to go haywire, all sorts of stuff. So lets really make sure all the pins are straight and aligned.
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Good job! Now get over here! smile.gif

I'm trying to find out why my power supply keeps shutting down, and what that red fault light means. I go on Corsair's web site hoping to get in touch with a tech support person. I click on the link that says tech support, it lists a few FAQ's with answers, then asks "did this solve your problem? I type "no". It then says:

"Your case number is 5582865, please keep this number for future reference.
Based on the information you have provided, the best thing to do is send us your parts for replacement."

Arrrghhh! I don't want to RMA my friggin power supply!!!! I just want to ask what does this red light mean!
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