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RE: I'm so close so please help me! - shystie1 - 08-08-2011

(08-08-2011, 07:58 PM)MathieuB Wrote: If you haven't done it yet, make sure to "Clear CMOS". It's always worth a shot.

You just press the button for that right?? If so did and nothing.
(08-08-2011, 07:45 PM)Andrew J Wrote: Make sure it's all the way in? Tongue

Another thing to consider: Do you have the molex connector plugged in right above the top PCI-e slot?

Is that the little plasic clip to secure the Graphic card. If so I have latched over.


RE: I'm so close so please help me! - Andrew J - 08-08-2011

No, it's a power connector north of your PCI-e slots. If needed I'll circle it on Newegg's motherboard picture.


RE: I'm so close so please help me! - shystie1 - 08-08-2011

(08-08-2011, 08:13 PM)Andrew J Wrote: No, it's a power connector north of your PCI-e slots. If needed I'll circle it on Newegg's motherboard picture.

??? # Please

http://www.flickr.com/photos/12699314@N04/6023694347/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/12699314@N04/6023694419/in/photostream/

Thanks again!


RE: I'm so close so please help me! - MathieuB - 08-08-2011

#44 is the connector that Andrew is referring to.


RE: I'm so close so please help me! - shystie1 - 08-08-2011

(08-08-2011, 08:26 PM)MathieuB Wrote: #44 is the connector that Andrew is referring to.

OK. Plug it the power supply??


RE: I'm so close so please help me! - MathieuB - 08-08-2011

Yes, you'll want to plug in a 4-pin molex power connector into that #44 power socket.


RE: I'm so close so please help me! - shystie1 - 08-08-2011

(08-08-2011, 08:33 PM)MathieuB Wrote: Yes, you'll want to plug in a 4-pin molex power connector into that #44 power socket.

I had it connected earlier when I had the 2 graphic cards and when I just tried it again the same results.

No dice!


OK something different happened but now I get a new code 0E which mean " Microcode not found "

Now I really going crazy!!



RE: I'm so close so please help me! - van13330gg - 08-08-2011

How many beeps do you get from motherboard?

Try to turn your computer off, flip the power switch on the back of your power supply off. Press and hold your power button for 30 seconds. Wait a bit then turn everything back on.

If all that don't work then your motherboard might be defective. I would contact customer service about this.


RE: I'm so close so please help me! - shystie1 - 08-09-2011

(08-08-2011, 10:12 PM)van13330gg Wrote: How many beeps do you get from motherboard?

Try to turn your computer off, flip the power switch on the back of your power supply off. Press and hold your power button for 30 seconds. Wait a bit then turn everything back on.

If all that don't work then your motherboard might be defective. I would contact customer service about this.

Did you see that I'm getting a new code 0E which mean " Microcode not found "?

So far I haven't received the other code and no beebs.

Thanks for the help.


RE: I'm so close so please help me! - Andrew J - 08-09-2011

Absolutely nothing on the monitor still?