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post #1711 of 1767
My LCD poster seems to be dying... the final row of digits seems blurry. Any ideas?

Also, when tryinh to remove it from the board, the connector of the poster is completely stuck in the socket... does anyone else had this problem?
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post #1712 of 1767
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My LCD poster seems to be dying... the final row of digits seems blurry. Any ideas?

Also, when tryinh to remove it from the board, the connector of the poster is completely stuck in the socket... does anyone else had this problem?

time to get a new board. but seriously, the connector is always a pain to remove. I think I had like 3 of these boards, and each of them took a bit of effort to remove that lcd connector
post #1713 of 1767
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time to get a new board. but seriously, the connector is always a pain to remove. I think I had like 3 of these boards, and each of them took a bit of effort to remove that lcd connector

Hahaha, this board can take it till 2016/17 xD
Then when I take the PC for cleaning I will remove it there... I wanted to get rid of that thing... I don't even look the LCD screen anymore TBH.
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post #1714 of 1767
I am stuck on what to do the crosshair 3 board, in a haff case 1k ps, corsair memory, AMD Radeon HD 7970 CrossFire,

while booting it gets to hd or/and cd drive and stays there...searching sata drives.....have tried diferent hdd and cd/dvd drives with no luck.

with no drives plugged in i can boot to bios screen
have flashed bios no effect....have followed all the ideas here i could find nothing works.
post #1715 of 1767
Hello guys, wazap?
I've been throught some trouble with my crosshair III and my weak gpu (GT 630). Whenever I update my GPU driver, the windows get ERROR 43 and i cant have my true resolution or play any games. Anyone having the same trouble? Can anyone help me?
Edited by Riechard - 12/16/15 at 1:59am
post #1716 of 1767
so i have the above memory installed on my crosshair III motherboard 2 4gb kits at 2gb per stick so all 4 slots meant to be filled, was just what i managed to get a hold of, will possibly change in the near future.

anyway my questions is this voltage seems to have 1.65v on the sticks, and the dram light at memory on board is at green for OK but in the bios when looking at the voltages they are away down around 1.1v all slightly vary though none the same and is just set at auto just now? should i be changing the voltage settings?

also every time i stick one of the sticks in no matter what slot the system wont boot, have tried it in different slots so reckon that ones bad stick yeah.
post #1717 of 1767
have managed to get the system to boot with this one troublesome stick in slot B1 second blue one on its own for some reason
post #1718 of 1767
so ait eventually booted with all 4 sticks in place, they must need to be in a certain order for the specific kits? never mind will let it run like that for a while and see if stays OK with no issues,, so should i do something with the voltages for the memory anyone reckon going to be overclocking it a bit soon anyway but in the bios they seem to be a lot lower than the 1.65v on the sticks, but dram light is green so must be ok?
post #1719 of 1767
run memory 86 on the memory. if it fails, look at a way to isolate that troublesome stick and see if it's bad.

http://www.memtest.org/

also if the voltage is lower it may be because the board is setting the memory to something less than factory spec.

use cpuz to check.

http://www.cpuid.com/

i would manually set them to factory settings. there is a memory tab and spd tab with the different rated specs.


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post #1720 of 1767
so all 4 sticks have been running for a few days without problem, then today i have had 3 bsod, and have checked the dump files using windbg, although i am not great with that and possibly dont have it set up right but am getting
ntoskrnl.exe
which is related to memory if i am not wrong?

Anyway i am wondering if this memory needs perhaps set up better on this board? as i just fired it all in and changed the memory in bios to 1600mhz and thats it, but the voltage seems lower according to asus probe than this corsair dominator is rated on the sticks?
so can i do anything with timings and voltage that would be better suited to this set up and anyone any experience of this,
would expect someone seen as its the official crosshair III forum lol.

thanks in advance
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