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post #3821 of 12360
Ok, battery is toast. I will have to grab another. I was poking around on the other machine with the 5000+ and the same BIOS and there is no "optimized defaults" to choose from. Unless I am looking in the wrong place. Should I set the ram voltage up before I clear the cmos again and drop in the 955? After getting a new battery of course.
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It's under the last option to the Right named Exit. Select load Setup Default.

Sorry I use about different mobo's atm and they all have differnt bios options that do the same thing.
Edited by N2Gaming - 10/29/09 at 9:32pm
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post #3823 of 12360
OK that was the only one I could find. Isn't that the same as when you get the checksum error and it loads defaults?
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Originally Posted by W.O.T. View Post
OK that was the only one I could find. Isn't that the same as when you get the checksum error and it loads defaults?
It could be, it all depends on wether or not your bios is corrupt during the flash process. I had a flash prblem flashing to 2205 that caused me to RMA a mobo and turns out to be the one that I have for sale atm. I'd rather sell one of my other m2n32 mobo's for the simple fact that they prolly don't have as long of a warranty but I'd rather sell a mobo and know that the new owner will be happy w/it and would be covered in the event something happens to it and it requires another RMA.

Well what I was getting at is we need to set the bios option to defaults before attempting to flash the bios. Additionally we should be using ram and cpu that supports the bios default voltage/timings/spds etc etc etc. It's a good practice to make sure your CMOS battery is good before attempting a bios flash and also running memtest86+ after setting your CMOS settings to defaults prior to flashing to make sure your cpu/ram are running ok just to prevent any bios flash corruption. I'm not sure if the system uses main ram during a BIOS flash but it never hurts to play it safe if you know what I mean.

Edit: Thanks for updating your system info W.O.T. I see your either running 3x1GB sticks of ram in single channel mode or your running 2x1GB and 2x512MB in duel channel mode. You may want to stick to either 2x1GB or 2x512MB for flashing and troubleshoooooooooooting.
Edited by N2Gaming - 10/29/09 at 11:34pm
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Hiya all. Good, good morning to each and every one of you, even N2G.

I see you all have been very busy reading and replying with minor problems like crazy. Sorry I could not help you but you know me, the strong silent type and if I had something good to say regarding our newest posters here I'd pop my head out of the sand.

Just got a bunch of stuff running behind the scenes, like emotional females, money shortages and thoughts of moving again. I sure would like my very own place, without having to watch how heavy I walk, whether I say good morning to anyone or having to close my door because of my late night lights. It's now so bad that I want to move tomorrow, I just got here. But I knew this was only going to be temporary so I think I am going to be doing something by Dec 1st and start a new year in a new, all to my own, apartment.

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Thanks for popping in G=Byte. It's good to hear from you.
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G-Byte, greetings buddy. Hopefully that Poll doesn't pop back up in your thread
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Good luck finding a place G-Byte!
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My psu has 2x4 pin 12v, the M2N32-sli has 1x4 pin 12v header. Would it be safe to run all 8 into the 4 pin?
Would it help vdroop?
Or is it a silly idea and will it just melt my board?

Thanks

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My psu has 2x4 pin 12v, the M2N32-sli has 1x4 pin 12v header. Would it be safe to run all 8 into the 4 pin?
Would it help vdroop?
Or is it a silly idea and will it just melt my board?

Thanks

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I don't think It would actually do anything as it's the vregs that are the cause of droop, and the PSU only gives as much as is asked for.
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