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Gigabyte s-series motherboard am2 socket with a cpu is a amd a64 x2 4200+65n 1m and stock fan motherboard is ga-ma69g-s3h serial 01 04719331817176 21 sn 0732400683 .vga evga 7600gt 256-p2-n615-tx .harddrive hd 320g\wd 7k 16m sata2 wd3200aaks.mem 1gx2/corsair twin2x2048-5400c4 they are istalled in the first two ddr2 slots and a sata dvd burner lite-0n/lh-20a1l-06lsrt rear case fan/antec pro 120mm dbb 75003/front fan aerocool x-blaster 80mm. ultra wizard ult31795 midtower with ultra atx 500 watt power supply.also a ide asus 52mas cd hook to the ide slot in the motherboard/and a3.5 floppy drive hook to fdd cable side of the motherboard/logitech g15 usb keyboard/kensington opical mouse usb/operating system windows xp home edition with xp2 and all the windows updates and window explorer 7 and widows one care trial download from microsoft and .thats mt system has crashed that i put togher myself and im at a lost and need someones help please..this is what happened first i went into the main bioes and into gigabytes itelget overclocking and change the first two setting and i cant remember what they are now i think they were front systemburst mb intelligent tweaker and changed the the settings /ive tryed clearing the cmos took out the cmos battery for 2-4 minutes and tryed it agine still wont post/so i took everything off the motherboard and only has the cpu and fan 1 stick of ram in number 1 ddr2 slot and hooked the monitor to the onboard ega port for vido and only had the computer specher wire and power wire hook to the motherboard and also the 24 wire and 4 wire for the motherboard powers/put the power plug back into the 500 watt psu and also clear cmos againe turn power on and my cmpaq monitor on and pushed the power button on fans can the cpu ok didnot hear any beep codes from the computer specker and still wont post .so i took the motherboard out and the psu and did the same thing again still wont post no bios screen on my moniter at all no keyboard power or mouse gust the cpu fan running / so i tryed this took out the memery no mem in the motherboard at all the motherboard is not in a computer case and the 500watt power unit are the only thing hooked up on my deskand of course the motherboard power s 24 wire and the 4 wire and the power button wire and the front computer cver power button clear the cmos by pulling the battery again out for at lest 2 minutes put the battery back in the motherboard and againe tryed it still no post and no beep codes//////////this was the first motherboard it happened that i bought from newegg so i paid for a new one and bought a 2 more gskill mem 2meg/and also bought a new computer desk top with a 500wattpsu its radmax smildon extreme atx -612webp black secc steel atx mid tower computer case i have not use it or even put anything in it yet im still useing my ultra case for testing first maybe i should use the new raid max case instead what you think yes or no /////the mem1gx2/g.sk f2-6400cl5d-2gbnq./ and i also bought two new cpus now i have 3 amds duel cores and stock fans two a64 x2 4200 one is a windsore 2.2ghz am2 65w and the other is aa64 x2 4200 brisbane 2.2 ghz am2 65 watt dual core ///////and i bought a amd 64 x2 4800+bristone 2.5ghz socket am2 65 watt dual core/ i think im about feed up with amd cpus and gigabyte motherboard companys can you understand why i am i should have just went and bought a computer at a bestbuy or lowes for how much time and effort and many these people have cost me ..help me if you can how in heaven can this company bad mouth asus computer company when they cant even make parts that work .......
Gigabyte MB Dual Core Quad 2.4 (wolfdale). No Post and screen message is "Out of Range". One beep from speaker. No response from Gigabyte. Swapped video card same results.
Try but the grafikcard out and use the onboard grafik.
try with 1 ram stick ....
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
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Posted on Aug 19, 2008
It does mention in your manual (top of pg. 28 -notes), that in order to use the HD Front Panel Audio connector the pin configuration are different than the AC97 connections. Your current case is set up for AC97. You will have to contact Mfg. for the case click the link for Gladiator support:
You can try this, open up your control panel, look for an icon that's named Sound Effects Manager. Open it. Click speaker configuration.
This is part of Realtec's software. This is where you can setup & check both front & back ports (Audio & Mic).
If this part of Realtec did not install goto Gigabyte & down load your audio software & re-install it. (Just a suggestion).
Hope this helps. If you make the call it will be a fix.
Posted on Mar 14, 2008
If you don't already have a case speaker hooked up to the board, you might want to connect one since there isn't an on board speaker and you will not hear error beeps otherwise.
Also, if you have another non-phenom AM2 processor handy you should really update the BIOS to latest release. Many late model Phenoms will not work on motherboards that have earlier BIOS releases and you will not be able to post. You should then choose "Set Optimized Defaults" and save the bios without any changes then shut down (not reset). When you power on again it should post and you should be able to get into the BIOS.
A third thing you can try (after you get a case speaker hooked up) is using a cheap pair of ddr2-6400 RAM to get the board to post so you can get into BIOS and change the voltage to the correct settings for your RAM if it requires a higher voltage than the bios expects.
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
SOURCE: modem issues
1. try removing any other pci dial-up modem if you have any installed and uninstall it's driver or application.
2. try enabling your on-board LAN thru bios setup.
3. try installing or updating your LAN driver.
Posted on Apr 09, 2010
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