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Have you tried this one yet???
Running it. Stock settings, no problems yet.

Any news on the EK waterblock?
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I just checked and just incase I missed it.. I don't think anyone mentioned that the right stand offs for the motherboard are the short gold ones and the wrong ones are silver. I used a pliars to remove the silver one and replaced them with gold ones I had lying around that were an identical size. I didn't setup the new board yet and see new results but I am sure it will work now as before My NB was 60-70C idle and SB was a bit high too, but both wer enot making contact that well..

I took 2 pics with my phone.. you can see how the pad was never even used on the northbridge.. and how all standoffs are gold now



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So the correct standoffs are brass and the wrong ones are aluminium? Good to know. Standard MoBo standoffs or shorter?

~Ceadder

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I just checked and just incase I missed it.. I don't think anyone mentioned that the right stand offs for the motherboard are the short gold ones and the wrong ones are silver. I used a pliars to remove the silver one and replaced them with gold ones I had lying around that were an identical size. I didn't setup the new board yet and see new results but I am sure it will work now as before My NB was 60-70C idle and SB was a bit high too, but both wer enot making contact that well..

I took 2 pics with my phone.. you can see how the pad was never even used on the northbridge.. and how all standoffs are gold now



 
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To get to the point, I have a Line6 Toneport KB37 USB recording interface I use instead of a soundcard. It worked fine on my old Athlon 64 and even on my miserable Acer netbook (Atom N280), both running XP. On this machine below and running 7 Ultimate x64, whenever I boot up and Windows sends the welcome sound to the interface, the screen garbles and the system restarts.

If this is an IRQ problem I'd appreciate some pointers from you fellas.

I also tried Line6 Support through their forums and they make ASUS look like the Virgin Mary for their customers in comparison. Couldn't even get a worthwhile reply from them.

Onboard sound disabled, no overclock, someone said at the audio section that it could be a corrupt win installation but I don't see how frankly, no other problems to speak of besides this.
This sounds like a driver problem to me. It depends on your hardware manufacturer and their time investment into drivers for a new OS, and a 64 bit one at that. Historically these 2 have been issues for a while, in fact XP x64 had very little driver support and this continues to this day.

Do you have plug and play set to yes or no for the operating system in the BIOS? Changing that setting might resolve an IRQ issue, but I do doubt it. Most newer mobos and OSs do fine here. The reservation is for a USB controller, not the USB device, so I don't think this will fix your issue.

Their forum, and any other sound forums for equipment like yours might be your best ally. This isn't a mainstream computer usage field, so your locations to look for help are limited.

Good luck
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May I please join this party? Mine just arrived.....
That's a great picture....I can't f$#@$#@ wait to get mine.


I guess I'll just have to file the silver ones down to match the height of the gold ones. Not a problem.
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anyone know what kind of threading the standoffs have?
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Take out one of the screws, go down to the hardware store, and see what it screws in to. They usually have a thread tester that goes both ways.
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I will update the OP soon been a bit busy the last few days

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This sounds like a driver problem to me. It depends on your hardware manufacturer and their time investment into drivers for a new OS, and a 64 bit one at that. Historically these 2 have been issues for a while, in fact XP x64 had very little driver support and this continues to this day.

Do you have plug and play set to yes or no for the operating system in the BIOS? Changing that setting might resolve an IRQ issue, but I do doubt it. Most newer mobos and OSs do fine here. The reservation is for a USB controller, not the USB device, so I don't think this will fix your issue.

Their forum, and any other sound forums for equipment like yours might be your best ally. This isn't a mainstream computer usage field, so your locations to look for help are limited.

Good luck
You hit the nail on the head. They don't have any win7 x64 drivers as such (only 32 bit ones).

I fiddled with PnP in BIOS. No good. If it boots, it runs. When restarted, it's buddhist chant, three hail marys, face mecca, sacrifice goat to the horned one, and still nothing. It will lock up during the welcome screen, vertical garble on the screen, right when the sound is supposed to be played.

Their support forums? they didn't even bother to answer. Every other company I ever had to harass for support at least replied.

Thank you though. I got a lot of weird suggestions but after everything I am inclined to believe they simply have not made a proper driver (the interface worked without disabling the other onboard sound devices under XP). they do have a Vista x64 driver I'll give a spin.

Back on topic though, the temps have stabilized at idle to 38/41 for the NB/SB. System is still not OC'ed though and I'm running with both turbo core and cool n' quiet disabled (for recording reasons).

Any news when the official new BIOS will come out. Running 0801 here.
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It's already out, just scroll through the last roughly 2 days of posts and you will find it.

EDIT:BIOS 0905 in post # 1271, ohh my bad that's not official only BETA.
Edited by ny_driver - 6/12/10 at 4:58pm
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