Question about Pine Technology XFX NFORCE LT 680I SLI (MB-N680-ILT9) Motherboard
Thank you for the advise. I did find the solution. I took this new box to a local computer shop, I know this guy... so I asked to install/barrow a lower end CPU. Prior to this I downloaded and created an ISO CD of version P07 BIOS from the support website. The Machine booted up with the lower end socket 775 CPU and I was able to FLASH the BIOS. It turns out that the Intel Dual core E8400 is very new and the XFX motherboard will not work unless version P07 BIOS is installed. Flashed the board, Installed my E8400 and now this Machine ROCKS!!!! I feel bad that I RMA'd the first one now. My suggestion.... FLASH your boards first, unfortunately, I did not have another 775 CPU laying around so I got by with giving the guy at the computer shop $40 for using his bench and Processor.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You either have a Hard drive that is busy packing up or your processor is running too hot or the memory chips are busy packing up. You can start by checking the THERMAL paste of the processor and the cooler fan of the processor. Inside the CMOS setuip you should be able to see what temperature your processor is running. It should be more or less be between 30 and and maximum of 50 degrees celcius
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
which pins are bent? You may be able to GENTLY bend them back iinto position. I have used the end of a ball point pen, the click kind with a hole at the end to slip over the bent pin and bend it back.
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Posted on Jul 31, 2009
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