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post #1 of 7
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I'm at my friend's house and he turned his computer off, and now when he turns it on it will POST but it will just freeze on the POST. He can't resart or enter the BIOS or anything, once it POSTs is just freezes. BTW, he has an SLI-DR and a 3500+.
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post #2 of 7
Pull out the memory and try a different slot. if he's using 2 rams try using 1 ram
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post #3 of 7
Those boards are so touchy.. With mine i can post but becuase the ram is so crappy its to unstable to run windows. It could be his PSU, vid card, Ram or just becuase of hardware conflicting. Also is there eny beeps when you turn it on. I know that there are 2 types one for the ram and the other im unsure it will be in the manule. I have a 1500 dallor paper whight on my desk just becuase that mobo does not like my ram so basicly make sure every thing is compatible.. And when u do get into bios make sure u confguier every thing. Good luck!!!
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Thanks for the help guys, he fixed it by moving the RAM around.
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Yeah with under 1gb of ram on 2 sticks its best to use the orange slots. You would think you would use the yellow but no...wierd i know.
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Typical dfi mobo, that ram things has been a known issue since the nf3 and they still havent figured out how to fix it. sheesh
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Yeah, can you guys help me with my post in the nVidia cooling section please.
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