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  1. #111
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    Default Re: Welcome to ASRock Technical Support Forum!

    Hi

    I have a problem on may mother board Asrock N68-S UCC i search on the internet as well at the asrock support page FAQ and i found ideas, main ERROR is (MAC ADDRESS is not VALID BOTH CMOS and FLASH).
    base on my research it need to write the mac address to solve this problem. i have my bootable drive to
    re-write it but i don't know where to find the mac address on the mother board.

    i hope you help my problem thanks!

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    Default Re: Welcome to ASRock Technical Support Forum!

    My motherboard p67 extream6 does not see the video card (gtx460 or gt9500) in the the first and second slots PCIE, but the motherboard sees the card in the third slot. extremely important to me that card was located in the first PCIE slot for better cooling system. Please help me with this problem!

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    Default Unable to configure RAID 0 or RAID 1

    I have an ASRock M3A785GXH/128m motherboard, Windows 7 64-bit OS and I'm running a 3.20 gigahertz AMD Phenom II X4 955 CPU with 12GB of DDR3 memory. I just purchased 2-WDC WD3200AAKX-001CA 320GB SATA III hard drives to configure RAID 0 on and I do not get that option after downloading the Windows 7, 64-bit RAID drivers from the ASRock support site. The only option that I get is JBOD and RAID Ready. Can anyone assist me with this? Thanks!

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    Default Re: Welcome to ASRock Technical Support Forum!

    Hi, I have a problem with small blue markings that appear on my screen.

    These small blue markings appear in 32-bit colour depth, but aren't present in 16-bit colour depth.
    They occur more often on darker parts of the screen/images/etc; haven't seen them on white surfaces.
    Appear first on windows login screen, not before.

    Occuring more on the upper left / left side of the screen.

    Tried both my monitor (HDMI) and TV (DVI); no difference.

    Upgraded to the latest gfx card drivers (NVIDIA® GeForce GT425M Graphics driver, v.275.33), using the following guide:
    Asrock Vision 3D Video Drivers

    The problem was there before, and still is.

    I have installed all the latest Windows updates.


    System:
    ASRock Vision 3D, 156B
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64


    I have searched the internet for clues as what this could be, but have come up empty. The closest answer I have found, where a guy has similar symptoms, is:
    "This is a classic sign of faulty or failing memory modules on the video card. They are either defective or overheating but it's definately a problem with the video memory."

    From post:
    Red dots appearing on screen - [H]ard|Forum


    See picture below (not screenshots, because the issue can't be captured via a screenshot):
    Welcome to ASRock Technical Support Forum!-photo-1_small-jpg

    I have a few more pictures, but they are basically the same.


    Any suggestions? Help would be greatly appreciated.


    Cheers,
    Mario

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    Question Re: Welcome to ASRock Technical Support Forum!

    I have a Asrock motherboard and the information is:
    product key:k7s41g x
    Manufacture:
    (Bios) version p200
    vender: american Magatrends Inc
    Released date:10/28/2004
    Rom size 256 kbytes
    (CPU) Processor: AMD Sepron (TM) 2200+
    socket: socket A
    external clock: 166MHZ i have 1.51 ghzs 1.43 GB of Ram
    Whenever i install windows 7 the internet does not work, Ethernet Adapter is missing, using service pack 3 it works; how do i get the right Ethernet Adapter for windows 7? Tell me how to correct the problem, please

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    Default Re: Welcome to ASRock Technical Support Forum!

    Hi Sean, or anyone who can address this question...

    Can the current series H67-M-GE/HT (B3) support Intel Xeon E3 1155 processors? Specifically the Xeon E3-1235?


    It's the same as an i7 2600, except it has Intel HD3000 (instead of 2000 on i7/2600), clocked .2ghz slower, and is $50 cheaper.





    Thanks!

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    Default Re: Welcome to ASRock Technical Support Forum!

    Where is BIOS setting to enable AHCI for SSD on N68C-S UCC motherboard?

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    Default Very slow Windows 7 install times

    I am doing a clean install on this board of Windows 7 64x, but it takes around 4 hours for all the files to load before I even get to the installation window asking about language, etc.. What settings need to be enabled/disabled in the BIOS? I've been experiencing extremely laggy BIOS screens, and with my old installation of Windows 7, the boot process would take about 20mins just to get to the Windows desktop. Something must be setup incorrectly. Any advice? Thanks for your help.

    Alienware Area-51 case
    ASrock Z68 Extreme4 (replaced the original Alienware Gigabyte mobo -damaged)
    i5 2500k (replaced original Core 2 Quad)
    G. Skill RipjawsX 4GB X 2
    Storage Samsung Spinpoint 1000GB (1.TB) /32MB cache hard drive
    Alienware 1100Watt Multi-GPU Approved
    ATI Radeon HD 5870
    Optical Lite-On 24X Dual-Layer Burner (DVD±RW)
    Win7 home premium 64-bit

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    Default Re: Welcome to ASRock Technical Support Forum!

    Quote Originally Posted by mario.kristiansson View Post
    Hi, I have a problem with small blue markings that appear on my screen.

    These small blue markings appear in 32-bit colour depth, but aren't present in 16-bit colour depth.
    They occur more often on darker parts of the screen/images/etc; haven't seen them on white surfaces.
    Appear first on windows login screen, not before.

    Occuring more on the upper left / left side of the screen.

    Tried both my monitor (HDMI) and TV (DVI); no difference.

    Upgraded to the latest gfx card drivers (NVIDIA® GeForce GT425M Graphics driver, v.275.33), using the following guide:
    Asrock Vision 3D Video Drivers

    The problem was there before, and still is.

    I have installed all the latest Windows updates.


    System:
    ASRock Vision 3D, 156B
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64


    I have searched the internet for clues as what this could be, but have come up empty. The closest answer I have found, where a guy has similar symptoms, is:
    "This is a classic sign of faulty or failing memory modules on the video card. They are either defective or overheating but it's definately a problem with the video memory."

    From post:
    Red dots appearing on screen - [H]ard|Forum


    See picture below (not screenshots, because the issue can't be captured via a screenshot):
    Welcome to ASRock Technical Support Forum!-photo-1_small-jpg

    I have a few more pictures, but they are basically the same.


    Any suggestions? Help would be greatly appreciated.


    Cheers,
    Mario
    i would put in a known good graphics card if u or a friend has one...that looks like either a bad driver or bad card

  10. #120
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    Default Re: Welcome to ASRock Technical Support Forum!

    Quote Originally Posted by jdmfish View Post
    Hi Sean, or anyone who can address this question...

    Can the current series H67-M-GE/HT (B3) support Intel Xeon E3 1155 processors? Specifically the Xeon E3-1235?


    It's the same as an i7 2600, except it has Intel HD3000 (instead of 2000 on i7/2600), clocked .2ghz slower, and is $50 cheaper.





    Thanks!
    im sure that he is really busy..this took me all of 3 seconds to find this for u..please use google or do some footwork for urself before u make posts..thanks
    ASRock > Products > H67M-GE/HT > CPU Support List

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