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Post codes with Striker 11

Love the new lcd display you attach that shows post codes, is there a guide that helps you understand what they actually mean. Mine goes CPU INIT, then to DET Ram, then goes back to CPU INIT. and doesn't go any further.

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  • jimconnell Jun 12, 2008

    Thanks, its a new build, Striker 11, intel QX9770, Evga 9800 GX2, Corsair 4x 1GB XMS3 1600 MHz,Adaprec Raid card ASR-5405.
    On boot LCD display goes from CPU INIT to DET Ram and then back to CPU INIT and back to DET Ram, keeps looping like this. Have tried one stick memory and reseating all sticks.

  • jimconnell Jun 12, 2008

    Sound card is the supreme FX11 that comes with the board and I have the Evga 9800 GX2 video/graphics card. Also I notice that I do not get anything on the monitor which is plugged into the 9800.

  • jimconnell Jun 13, 2008

    Took the video card out and ran it in another motherboard and it worked fine.



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U need to be more clear.

Posted on Jun 12, 2008

  • Mohamed Ismail
    Mohamed Ismail Jun 12, 2008

    is sound card and display card built in...? or seperate additional card...?

  • Mohamed Ismail
    Mohamed Ismail Jun 13, 2008

    i guess u will have to try with a different display card... to see if there is anything wrong with the motherboard...!!! Please check n tell...


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