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The FF on the board just means that the motherboard completed an
attempt to boot. That's it. Very vague i know...but in every instance
of the ff code the board had to be replaced. Error code 2D may
indicate a video problem...ultimately we could never know what to
expect with generic codes like that...As an engineer I I would go a
step further and try disconnecting the hard drive to see if you get the
computer to get to the BIOS which would indicate a failed drive or
corrupt OS Otherwise you are probably correct in thinking you might
have a video problem which is onboard and would still require a board
replacement. But save yourself the trouble and get another computer
which doesn't have motherboards in it from shut down companies. I'd be
glad to explore your options with you.
It would be best to start with a fresh bios flash that you can download from http://www.perfectdrivers.com/drivers/Bios/Soltek-SL-K890Pro-939-Bios-T1-4 or http://driverscollection.com/?H=SL-K890Pro-939&By=Soltek After this is installed then start the computer in SAFE mode and run a full virus, malware and spyware scan. Then restart the computer in normal mode and if it fails again you will have to use a Windows restore disc, if you have one, or use the Windows installation disk to start and run a Repair on the system then restart it. Then download all the remaining up top date drivers at http://rapidshare.com/files/12368442/SL-K890Pro-939.rar (51.394 MB) No pass required. And run a full virus, malware and spyware sweep on the download before using it. Then install all the latest drivers to you system and restart. Then check for any Microsoft updates.
There is no 1C error code according to the manual...Looks like you might mean C1 which is a memory failure...try disconnecting your memory modules and check for any debris or anything that might be interfering with the connection and then put the memory back into the slots. If this still generates the same code you need to replace your memory.