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Poll Results: What is your Overall Opinion on this case

 
  • 49% (927)
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    Good
  • 12% (226)
    Meh
  • 1% (27)
    Bad
  • 5% (108)
    SUX
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post #23891 of 28613
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That sucks I hope it is covered under warranty. Do you know what happened?
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post #23892 of 28613
They need to make a scout laptop. Its one of best basic cases you can buy, only wonder what it would do for laptop line of thinking. Did a build for my brother and sold him mine. But I couldn't of asked for a better case to start with, as soon as I strike it rich, at the Indian casino's I'm going to buy another, and do a some what a portable entertainment system build. Got to move things when you vacuum the handle makes it easy.
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post #23893 of 28613
hey guys. i have a quick question on the front panel.

recently, when i shut down my computer, the power LED (next to the hdd activity led) is still solid red.

i do not recall that ever happening and it just started like two days ago.

is there a problem or something?

Thanks
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post #23894 of 28613
It seems to me power light is constant, light when computer is on, if its off bad led, bad connection. if you stick your hand in the case your bound to screw with those connections. hdd is flashing during usage. maybe check manual to verify with mobo company. But all it takes is a slight movement in the case for your wires to slide off the terminals.
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post #23895 of 28613
i have not popped open my case in a long time.

ill try to slide the case and see if anything happens when i shut down.

if that does not work, what are my options?

thanks.
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post #23896 of 28613
Quote:
Originally Posted by GoodInk View Post

That sucks I hope it is covered under warranty. Do you know what happened?

well, one of the 1155 pins got bent; got my new mobo today ( Asus p8h61 evo) and installed everything.
Now the damn thing won't stop whining about my RAM and about some setting that are overclocked in the bios.
Which isn't true, an to make it even funnier: the windows won't boot anymore. I can't even install a new windows.
The corsair h40 I've told about before isn't helping either: still making those stupid noises:mad:mad.gif


Just to make things short: that pc is the reincarnation of the devil.
post #23897 of 28613
look for default setting in bios, and click it that helps a lot. Make sure the proper hard drive is selected for boot, and all ways raid configuration after clicking default. Make sure memory is in proper slots don't rely on color or position of ram dimm's. I have to look at the manual 10 times before I can take any confidence in ram memory position.
Maybe you tried this stuff, shot in the dark.
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post #23898 of 28613
Quote:
Originally Posted by Petey View Post

look for default setting in bios, and click it that helps a lot. Make sure the proper hard drive is selected for boot, and all ways raid configuration after clicking default. Make sure memory is in proper slots don't rely on color or position of ram dimm's. I have to look at the manual 10 times before I can take any confidence in ram memory position.
Maybe you tried this stuff, shot in the dark.

yeah, it's kinda hard for me to say, but this is actually impossible; every ram-configuration I've tried doesn't work!
post #23899 of 28613
Quote:
Originally Posted by Petey View Post

look for default setting in bios, and click it that helps a lot. Make sure the proper hard drive is selected for boot, and all ways raid configuration after clicking default. Make sure memory is in proper slots don't rely on color or position of ram dimm's. I have to look at the manual 10 times before I can take any confidence in ram memory position.
Maybe you tried this stuff, shot in the dark.

This ain't working; everytime I put the settings on default, the computer overclocks itself at the next startup.
this stuff is starting to frustrate me!smile.gif
post #23900 of 28613
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Aryan1171 View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by GoodInk View Post

That sucks I hope it is covered under warranty. Do you know what happened?

well, one of the 1155 pins got bent; got my new mobo today ( Asus p8h61 evo) and installed everything.
Now the damn thing won't stop whining about my RAM and about some setting that are overclocked in the bios.
Which isn't true, an to make it even funnier: the windows won't boot anymore. I can't even install a new windows.
The corsair h40 I've told about before isn't helping either: still making those stupid noises:mad:mad.gif


Just to make things short: that pc is the reincarnation of the devil.

I feel your pain. My GPU just died on me. I got everything running on the work bench, system beeped on post (a good beep, post complete) put on the back pannel to see if it will fit with all the wires, moved to the monitor, no post mad.gif The system is hanging on the VGA with no beeps, pull the power wires and and I get beeps(no VGA detected). I tried using the ROG connect and its hanging on the Loading VGA Bios. Now I need to break it down pull the card and see if I can find the stock screws to remove the back plate and send it in. mad.gif It seems like have have been reading a lot of hardware failing latey too, 1 MB, 3 pumps, 2 HDD's, 2 GPU's counting me, just in the last week.
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