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I got an epox ep8rda6+pro board the the led debugger says ff but i need the debug codes & what they mean & i have no video during post

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SOURCE: Epox EP 8RDA3I

Hello tenkist:
Many error codes in mother boards are similar.

Saying that, you need to get to the maker of the board, and find the information from them.
Sending them an email under support, will most likely solve what you need.

Posted on Sep 02, 2008

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SOURCE: I have an ep-8kta3+pro m/board. Occasionally it

FF mean kind for computer geeks Fatal Failure meaning the only solution is geting a new one thanks and good luck

Posted on Oct 21, 2009

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SOURCE: Epox 8K9A2 motherboard ? hangs @ POST CODE "26"

Gday mate , you will have to start with BIOS settings on boot when it detects the drives at the bottom of the screen will be a press ( this button) to enter setup probably delete or F8 go to there and probably set standard defaults would be the best option in the list do tha and follow the prompts back to startup screen, unless it comes up with NTLDR missing which is in the OS files

Posted on Apr 07, 2010

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SOURCE: Hi, got an AMD computer with an Epox EP-8KTA3 pro

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.
Good Luck
SB

Posted on Sep 02, 2010

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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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SB

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:) For what purpose you need a debugger when you can not fix your own mess :) ?!?

Which debugger have you installed? It must be a ring 0 i guess if auto loading drivers (SoftIce, Syser or RR0D .. WinDBG will not crash your OS )

Just go SafeMode and remove all autorun entries for the debugger ( drivers included ), use autoruns from M$ Technet ( SysInternals ), or just System Restore to previous point where you were not trying things that are out of your league ;)

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Hello tenkist:
Many error codes in mother boards are similar.

Saying that, you need to get to the maker of the board, and find the information from them.
Sending them an email under support, will most likely solve what you need.

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Generally an FF code means either a dead board or a dead motherboard... =/

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