im having problems with my new Asus Striker II Formula motherboard
ive installed it all and when i boot up the LCD screen is came with
shows a error code as M56 and wont boot up any devices can you please
let me know what i can do as ive tested all connections and all seems fine even got a new power supply to see if that was the problem its been like this for a few days now
and would love to get back on my computer thanks
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A branded computer uses Original Equpment Manufacturer (OEM) version of
Operating System, hence if you change any hardware it will go to the
trial version of OS automatically. Hence, you have to use the full
system recovery disk to reinstall the OS.
Thanks and regards,
ok reboot you computer and press delete when your bios boot screen appear then go on your hdd-ide-sata screen and look your sata configuration and set it on sata-enhanced or compatible this is becose you are running on windows xp. bye and good look
Yea- its really simple with the Maximus Formula's (well.. I have a Maximus II Formula....)
Under the BIOS, you should have a tab called "extreme tweaker" or something similar. Go under that and there should be a nice CPU level up option. For example, mine has 3 options: (i have an E8400) 1.) Auto 2.) E8500 3.) Crazy
Another solution is to get the ASUS utility called CPU Level Up. It installs under windows, and lets you switch your CPU settings easily. Although this may be a Republic of Gamers specific utility.. not sure.
This Is A Processor error Message, CPU ( Central-Processing-Unit ) INT ( Intermittent Fault ) wrong Type Installed. ( Faulty Processor ) Disconnected Fan-Wire To Motherboard ?
Or if It,s INIT Then It Fails To Initialise The CPU.
Is The Board Auto-detect Settings ? Or Jumpered ?
Mike @ Compurepair.
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I could not find BIOS ver. 1302 for the M2N-E Mb. What I do know: Your dual core 4200 showing up as "unknown". Asus says: This is because the BIOS does not have the relative CPU uCode to support this processor. Please simply update your BIOS to version 0902 or later to resolve this problem. BIOS 0902 can be downloaded from the link below: http://dlsvr01.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/socketAM2/M2N-E%20SLI/0902.zip Once you cpu shows up correctly, chances are that your over clocking will work and the bios will stop sending you back to change your settings.