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Thread: GA-X38-DQ6 double post after disconnected from power.




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    Default GA-X38-DQ6 double post after disconnected from power.

    I always disconnect power to my PSU by turning off my power manager when I am done with my PC for the day. The first time I boot the PC after re-applying power to the PSU the PC will boot for a second, sound a post beep, turn off for a second, turn on a second time, sound a post beep for a second time, and then boot normally.

    Any subsequent cold boots only post once as long as I do not disconnect power to my PSU. Why is my motherboard double posting after disconnecting and re-applying power to the PSU?

    My X38-DQ6 also leaves my optical mouse light on when I turn off the PC if power is still available at the PSU.

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    Default Re: GA-X38-DQ6 double post after disconnected from power.

    What is you system include?
    What power?
    whole new system?
    did you OC?

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    Default Re: GA-X38-DQ6 double post after disconnected from power.

    My P35C-DS3R does that too if I turn off the switch on the PSU. Is it maybe some sort of failsafe measure?

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    Default Re: GA-X38-DQ6 double post after disconnected from power.

    Dear blargh23
    and you?
    What is you system include?
    What power?
    whole new system?
    did you OC?

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    Default Re: GA-X38-DQ6 double post after disconnected from power.

    Quote Originally Posted by GIGABYTE - Janus Yeh View Post
    Dear blargh23
    and you?
    What is you system include?
    What power?
    whole new system?
    did you OC?
    Whole new system

    Antec Trio 650W
    P35C-DS3R v1.1, F7 bios
    E6850 3.0G
    Crucial BL12864AA1065 (x4)
    MSI NX8600GTS-T2D256E-HD-OC
    Soundblaster X-FI Gamer
    Zalman CNPS900 AT
    Western Digital WD5000AAJS (x2 in RAID 1 array)

    No OC -- memory is actually underclocked to 1000 timings bumped to 4-4-4-12.

    Ran two days stable with Orthos. Core temps slightly under 60c at full load.

    SpeedFan reads 3.20 for vBat
    Last edited by blargh23; 11-22-2007 at 10:18 PM. Reason: bios rev left out

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    Default Re: GA-X38-DQ6 double post after disconnected from power.

    Dear
    the system "boot for a second, sound a post beep, turn off for a second, turn on a second time, sound a post beep for a second time, and then boot normally. " is for stable test while you change your componer.

    DiD this happen one time or every time you roots your system?

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    Default Re: GA-X38-DQ6 double post after disconnected from power.

    Quote Originally Posted by GIGABYTE - Janus Yeh View Post
    Dear
    the system "boot for a second, sound a post beep, turn off for a second, turn on a second time, sound a post beep for a second time, and then boot normally. " is for stable test while you change your componer.

    DiD this happen one time or every time you roots your system?
    Only if AC power is disconnected does it do this.

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    Default Re: GA-X38-DQ6 double post after disconnected from power.

    Is this okay if the computer double boots after AC power disconnection. I face the same problem when I OC the FSB to 400 and reduce multiplier to 8. With Stock settings or FSB 320 with Multiplier 10 this does not happen.

    I am using E7300 proccy and GS-EP43-DS3L mobo.

    Please advise.

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