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EPoX 8KDA J ABENDS after recognizing memory.

8KDA J board freezes after recognizing DIMM. Proper memory for board. 6d shows on onboard LED. Help please.

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  • Scott Walker Feb 06, 2009

    I had written more but lost the text when I popped off to answer someone elses question. Aw ****. New Kinston memory, inserted properly, same problem occurs, been a tech since the CPM-80 days, smacks of CMOS bridge failure. I plan more research (rainy day here), have other board it can try (it was screwing up too). Live in the mountains so FRY's is not a hop skip and a jump away. Two board failures concurrently has me puzzled.

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Try checking if its conencted properly. have you tried using a different RAM on it? if the different RAM chip worked then your DIMM is broken, if not still, it must be your motherboard that has the problem.

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EP-8K3A
Introduction
KT333 with VT8233A AGPset/266MHz FSB/3 DIMM with DDR333/1 AGP-4X/6 PCI/USB1.1/ATA-133/6CH Audio/ATX
Specification
PROCESSOR:
The Socket A compatible AMD AthlonTM XP processor 1500+ to 2700+, 600MHz to 1.4GHz AMD AthlonTM and AMD DuronTM processor up to 1.3GHz
CHIPSET:
VIA KT333 AGPset (KT333+ VT8233A)
DRAM MODULE:
184pin DDR DIMM x 3 for PC2700 Memory
DRAM Size: 64MB to 3GB
EXPANSION SLOT:
PCI x 6!A4X AGP x 1
ONBOARD I/O:
Winbond W83697HF LPC I/O integrated with FDD, Parallel, Game, Serial and IrDA v1.0 and Power-On Controllers
ONBOARD PCI / IDE:
PCI Bus IDE Port with PIO / Ultra DMA-133 x 2 (Up to 4 Devices)
I/O CONNECTOR:
PS/2 Mouse and PS/2 style Keyboard
COM1, COM2, Printer, Audio-in/out, MIC & Game Port connectors
USB:
USB connector x 4 (2 for Opt.)
BIOS:
Award Plug & Play BIOS
Built-in AC97 Digital Audio (by Realtek ALC650):
Compliant with AC97 2.2 specification
6 channel slot selectable DAC output for multi-channel applications
Supports digital SPDIF Out Function
EXTENDED FUNCTION:
Supports Hardware Monitoring Function by W83697HF
Supports exclusive KBPO (KeyBoard Power On)
Supports CPU Vcore , Clock and Multiplier setting via BIOS
Supports Memory Voltage setting via BIOS
Supports STR (Suspend To RAM) power saving Function
Supports Wake-On-LAN Function
FORM FACTOR:
305mm x 245mm x 34mm ATX Size
OS Supported:
Windows 98SE/ME/2K/XP/Server2003

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I bought P3200 ddr 400 1gb memory and when i install it , it does not show up. any ideas why and if there is something i can do .


The Intel® Server Board S875WP1-E supports both ECC and Non ECC Unbuffered PC2100 (266 MHz), PC2700 (333 MHz), or PC3200 (400 MHz) compliant Double Data Rate (DDR) memory modules. Dual channel memory functionality requires two DIMM modules installed into DIMM sockets 1A & 1B, and then DIMM sockets 2A & 2B. The DIMM module size, speed and vendor must be the same.

You can install a single 128 MB memory module into DIMM socket 1A. The minimum supported memory size is 128 MB. The minimum main memory configuration is a single 128 MB memory module, and the maximum configurable memory size is 4GB. With only a single memory module installed, the system will only operate using a one memory channel.

Third party memory vendors may use the same module part number with different
DRAM vendors and die revisions. To insure proper system operation, verify that each DRAM
vendor and die revision has been separately tested and qualified. Please notify CMTL if there is a discrepancy.

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Want to add ddr3 memory to my p5qc board


Hello
The motherboard supports DDR3 1333/1066/800 MHz or DDR2 memory 1066/800/667 MHz to meet the higher bandwidth requirements of the latest operation system, 3D graphics, multimedia, and Internet applications. The dual-channel DDR3/DDR2 architecture doubles the bandwidth of your system memory to boost system performance, eliminating bottlenecks with peak bandwidths of up to 19.2 GB/s.
DDR2 1066MHz DIMMs work only on the black slots for one DIMM per channel
2 x DIMM, Max. 8 GB, DDR3 1333/1066/800 Non-ECC,Un-buffered Memory 4 x DIMM, max. 16GB, DDR2 1066 / 800 / 667 MHz, Non-ECC, Un-buffered memory Dual channel memory architecture When installing total memory of 4GB capacity or more, Windows® 32-bit operation system may only recognize less than 3GB. Hence, a total installed memory of less than 3GB is recommended DDR2 1066MHz DIMMs work only on the black slots for one DIMM per channel. Ensure to install the DDR2 1066MHz DIMMs ONLY on the BLACK slots! Refer to www.asus.com or this user manual for the Memory QVL(Qualified Vendors Lists). When installing total memory of 4GB capacity or more, Windows® 32-bit operation system may only recognize less than 3GB. Hence, a total installed memory of less than 3GB is recommended.
Hope this helps

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Hi to all at Fixya solutions, We're looking for the Epox EP-3VSA2 User's Manual (actually just one page of the manual)! The screen printing on the mobo is illegible in parts. The required page...


I have this User's Manual - about 30 pages 8 1/2 " x 6"
Tell me if you want it all and wherotherboarde to send it.

Rejean Clement
1818 Shearer Avenue
Cornwall, Ontario K6H 2H5

rejclem@cnwl.igs.net

I am looking for this mother board - mine freezes every now and then and I was told it is the motherborad's fault - or maybe you have a solution for this.

Rejean

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Hi, got an AMD computer with an Epox EP-8KTA3 PRO motherboard with Apollo bios.It will boot,but wont load O/S and the fault code LED's show FF. I am trying to find a manual to interpret the fault code and...


I have an EP-8KTA3PRO, Code FF on the LED means "System Booting" the BIOS has passed all Post checks and control has been passed to the Operating system. It stays at FF as long as machine is on and operating system is running. I would suggest the problem is with the operating system, or possibly hard drive corruption? Do you get any error messages on the screen after the Bios checks? you say it does boot? Never Flash the Bios unless absolutely necessary.
Just in case you get it working you may be interested to know that the manual insists 1GB is maximum memory but that is a lie, I have just installed 1.5GB (3 x 512MB) which is the true maximum. But it ONLY recognises the full 1.5GB if you populate DIMM 0,1, and 3 - leave DIMM 2 empty.
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Hello, i have a EPoX EP-8K9AI motherboard. The problem is, the PCI device isn't working properly. Even if i install drivers from epox site, it still does not recognize PCI bridge. This also results in no...


make sure the sound card is enable in the bois, then try a bois update, from epox.com, restart you system press f2 or delete which ever gets you in to the bois, then chek under integrated pher or chipset for a anything that has to with onboard sound, should fix you problem, or take it to your nearest pc repair shop for free qoute

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Memory


if you have onboard graphics then check that the onboard graphics is not sharing too much memory.

Also the system and windows will be using something so you will likely lose some of it because of it being the 32 bit version of vista.

Get cpu z or wcpuid or any other utility such as SIW and check with that because windows in my experience does not always report the correct amount of memory.

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Did you reset the cmos on board first?

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EPoX EP-8K7A+ motherboard - memory problems


The first thing i would suggest it so make sure you have the latest Flash Bios installed on your motherboard.

Just for giggles you could try to reverse the dimms just to make sure one of them isnt bad.

Another thing to try is to take a qtip with alcohol, unplug the computer and attempt to clean the contacts that house the dimm. If it has been in use for years there may be dust buildup.

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