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Need help to set-up fcpga processe on asus P3V4X with asus-S370-L

Hi friends i have update my P3V4X bios recently with 1006.004 beta bios update successfully without any error i want to install P-III, 866/256/ 1.7 V, FCPGA i am using adaptor Asus-S370-L (NOT S370-DL)(from slot-1 to soket 370) but still my system is not booting what is problem ? where as i insert my older P-II ,450/512/ slot-1 everything goes fine and work perfect,even bios update successfully without error can any one tell me why this things happans ??? do i set any jumper or jumper free set up?? am i doing any thing wrong ?? help appriciated thanks Neel-toronto

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Re: Need help to set-up fcpga processe on asus P3V4X with...

Jumperfree mode: set "JEN" to (2,3) default is (1,2) The jumper is the three pin jumper at the end of the isa bus. Then set all of the dip switches to zero/off. Now you are in Jumper free mode! //

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Re: Need help to set-up fcpga processe on asus P3V4X with...

Hi Neel, Are you running the board in JumperFree Mode? If so you shouldn't have to change any jumpers or dip switches. And the S370-L adapter card should NOT have to be set either, it should auto detect both processor core and voltage. If you don't know how to set the board up in JumperFree Mode let me know I'll walk you through it. If you ARE running in JF Mode then I'd contact Asus support. You have the right BIOS update to be able to support that proc but Asus had some issues with Intel chipset support with certain versions of the 370 adapter cards. (issues with both the S370-DL and the S370-L if I remember right) Let me know what happens, Dude

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