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Originally Posted by freakb18c1 View Post
LMAO

if its flashed with f4 it needs at least f5 for that p4
F52008/11/03

1. Update CPU microcode(Support Pentium 4/Celeron CPU)
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Originally Posted by PapaSmurf View Post
The Q6600 only requires bios F4 on a Rev 1.1 board and F4 is the original bios for that board. I would definitely try the Q6600 and if it boots, go into the bios, load setup defaults, save and exit, then flash to a more recent bios. I'm nor sure which bios is the preferred one for the 1.1 board, but I would go for the latest one personally.

Only use ONE stick of ram, and make sure that ram is rated to run at the default 1.8vdimm. DO NOT use ram that required higher vdimm at this point. Put that one stick in the slot closest to the cpu.

And unplug everything but the cpu, cpu heatsink, one stick of ram, the video card., and the keyboard. No network cable, mouse, or anything else at this point, but I'm betting it's the cpu not being recognized by the bios. Also DO NOT plug in any of the buttons or lights, especially the RESET button. Use a small screwdriver to short across the start pins instead. It's possible one of your buttons is sticking or the lights are shorting out.

Both of you guys get the biggest +1 I could ever give!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Ploped in the Q66, PRESTO! I was about to get real pissed at the seller, but with your help, everyone is happy.

THANKS,
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Originally Posted by mllrkllr88 View Post
So, I got a UD3P from member here, and it doesn't seem to be working.

Built with:
P4 506J (To murder)
2GB DDR2 Corsair 800mhz
450 W PSU
PCI graphics

The board starts up, displays 2 green, 2 orange, and 2 red phase led's, then turns off. It repeats the cycle endlessly.

Setup:


Video from DIGI cam:


I am totally new to this board so I don't know the light combination meaning, and I don't have the manual. Do know what the problem might be? I really hope this board works and I have simply have a comparability issue or something.
Thanks,
Dave
From Experience with this common board, here's how i fixed the problems 24/7.

If it starts doing the loop- thats a over-clock issue and the board is doing safety precautions but it cant revert to the backup second bios.

So just do this.

1. Turn it on
2. Let it do its boot till it shuts down
3. Go to the back of the power supply, and at the moment when it shuts down to reboot again(re-loop) you flick the switch on the back of the power supply and let it try to boot again
4. The lights will flash for a mil second then it wont turn on because you switched the power supply off but it still has a little juice in the lines.

5. Just flick the switch on again on the power supply after 30 seconds of wait time
6. Boot the system up

it should just boot right back up on the first bios and just have a red warning screen in the tweaker that says: HOLY **** **** GIGAHORTZ!

You dont need to flash any bios- you dont need this big ass technical fix for it.

True EP45-UD3P over-clockers deal with this all the time, Its not even a big deal and its better then having to take the Cmos battery out if you dig me.

Ive done this like 50 times in 1 day just overclock a dual core on the board, it happens, but its trail and error man.

hahhaahhaha



PS: THOSE LIGHTS ARE TO SHOW THAT ALL 6 PHAZES OF POWER TO THE PROCESSOR ARE OPERATIONAL ON THE BOARD. ITS APART OF ONE OF THE PROGRAMS FOR THE BOARD TO REGULATE POWER USAGES.

and no one told him this? Or you guys didnt know and just wanted to get strait into flashing..
Its cool though- Read the manual on the board dude it tells you allot you know
Edited by 3volvedcombat - 7/10/10 at 11:57am
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Originally Posted by mllrkllr88 View Post
Both of you guys get the biggest +1 I could ever give!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Ploped in the Q66, PRESTO! I was about to get real pissed at the seller, but with your help, everyone is happy.

THANKS,
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So what bios did it have on it?
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You dont need to flash any bios- you dont need this big ass technical fix for it.

True EP45-UD3P over-clockers deal with this all the time, Its not even a big deal and its better then having to take the Cmos battery out if you dig me.

Ive done this like 50 times in 1 day just overclock a dual core on the board, it happens, but its trail and error man.

hahhaahhaha
But you are wrong!!!! This board had the first bios rev loaded when I got it (WHICH DOESNT SUPPORT P4's)! It was looping because it couldn't recognize the CPU. It had nothing to do with overclocking for many reasons, but the biggest is that I had cleared the cmos. When I put a CPU in that is could recognize, then it booted just fine. Once I flashed to the newest bios, put in the P4 and all is great!
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Quick question:

So I was able to get the P4 506 to boot at 4.3Ghz, at 1.4v. But the problem is that 1.4 is the max voltage it will let me set. That doesn't work for me, I need 1.9v - 2.0v, I am going for a 6 to 7Ghz on a BIG liquid setup. I am thinking that I disabled something in the bois that locked me out of the higher voltages. I need that 1.9v what happen?
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Did you load setup defaults and then save and exit in the bios right after you flashed the bios? If not, do that, then shut the system down completely, unplug the PSU, hold the power on button down for 30 seconds, then power it back up to make sure that it is fully recognizing the P4. Sometimes if you don't do that after a flash, and especially after a CPU switch the bios gets confused and needs to be reset like this to get it to work properly. If that doesn't help post back and maybe one of the others will have an idea.
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Did you load setup defaults and then save and exit in the bios right after you flashed the bios? If not, do that, then shut the system down completely, unplug the PSU, hold the power on button down for 30 seconds, then power it back up to make sure that it is fully recognizing the P4. Sometimes if you don't do that after a flash, and especially after a CPU switch the bios gets confused and needs to be reset like this to get it to work properly. If that doesn't help post back and maybe one of the others will have an idea.
I did load the setup defaults (but didn't power down) and I am sure the board recognizes because it shows up correct in the bios and CPUZ shows it correct when in win7. It wont let me set a voltage higher than 1.4.
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I still recommend doing what I posted though. It might who up as the correct cpu in the bios and CPU-Z, but that doesn't mean that it's fully recognized. It will only take you a couple of minutes to do it and that will eliminate any possibility of it being the problem. I've seen it happen time and time again on boards with highly configurable bios like DFI, Abit, and Gigabyte. Sometimes not ALL of the information is changed to fully support the different processor.

It's worth a shot, but you do what you wish.
Edited by PapaSmurf - 7/10/10 at 3:14pm
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Ok, I just flashed with F10 for the second time and followed your guidelines, but no difference. All settings untouched and:
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I didn't mean that you needed to re-flash, just load setup defaults, power down, etc. But at least we've eliminated that as a problem.

Hopefully NoGuru will be along soon as he's better with these boards than I am when it comes to overclocking them. I'm betting he knows exactly what the problem is.
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