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  1. #11
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    Default Re: P35-DS4 Problems

    I think maybe ur RAM may have some stability issues because the motherboard doesnt officially support DDR2 533 [your PC2- 4200] well...the webpage doesnt say.

    You may have to overclock your ram to DDR2 667, see if that helps.

    The PCI-e 12V connector is only necessary when running crossfire or dual videocards for extra displays.

    Oh yeah when you mentioned about the DELL 23pin thingy, DELL supplies OEM power supplies which are INCAPABLE with current motherboards except their own. Wait till u get the new power supply before deciding to RMA the board if you had it in your intentions.

  2. #12
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    Default Re: P35-DS4 Problems

    Quote Originally Posted by Hudson80 View Post
    There is a seperate 12 volt conection besides the 24 volt conection. see your manual page 23 item one thiis is a must for this board
    Thanks, iīm aware of this and using it as always.
    GA-EP35-DS4 rev. 2.1 BIOS F6a
    G.SKILL F2-6400CL4D-2GBHK
    Intel Pentium D 940 (OC YESS!)
    Club3D HD2400PRO 256MB
    WD RAPTOR 36Gb with 12cm fan (no OC)
    Corsair HX620W
    Razer DeathAdder firmware 1.25 driver 1.08 (no OC)
    Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 v.1.0 (no OC)
    Water to keep cool prosessor, air for passive copper heatsink
    with 12cm fan for graphics card, one 12cm fan for chipset and voltage sinks
    No more Windows XP Pro + all fixes + maintained well (no OC)
    Samsung (some) DVD-R/RW (no OC)

  3. #13
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    Default Re: P35-DS4 Problems

    Quote Originally Posted by Hudson80 View Post
    when I was first setting up this board
    I had an audio problem. the fix was to remove the MS UAA bus driver . Then get the latest audio driver from Realtek and install . Don't recall where I got that information as I lurk several forums.
    Iīm also a snoopy little so i have also dealed that issue according to my understanding of the problem when installing the audio driver.

    But you DO have to install MS UAA bus driver after installing Realtek HD Audio or thatīs what i had to do to get my sound working because otherwise windows media player complained that there is no audio devise connected and no music can be played. You didnīt install MS UAA bus driver at all??
    Last edited by dosign; 01-08-2008 at 10:10 AM.
    GA-EP35-DS4 rev. 2.1 BIOS F6a
    G.SKILL F2-6400CL4D-2GBHK
    Intel Pentium D 940 (OC YESS!)
    Club3D HD2400PRO 256MB
    WD RAPTOR 36Gb with 12cm fan (no OC)
    Corsair HX620W
    Razer DeathAdder firmware 1.25 driver 1.08 (no OC)
    Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 v.1.0 (no OC)
    Water to keep cool prosessor, air for passive copper heatsink
    with 12cm fan for graphics card, one 12cm fan for chipset and voltage sinks
    No more Windows XP Pro + all fixes + maintained well (no OC)
    Samsung (some) DVD-R/RW (no OC)

  4. #14
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    Default Re: P35-DS4 Problems

    I did reinstall the MS bus driver . The instructions I found were step by step

    Realtek Semiconductor Corp. High Definition Audio System Software Ver:R1.72Installation and Setup
    I think the Real Tek program might have reinstalled the MS just checked the RealTek site I see version 1.82 is out now
    Last edited by Hudson80; 01-08-2008 at 09:57 PM.
    Build 10 November 07 so far not even a hiccup. No over clocking
    Gigabyte Poseidon Case, gigabyte GA-P35-DS4 Rev 2 , bios F11
    PSU corsair 620HX,
    CPU Intel C2D E6750 2.66 gig,
    Memory Crucial, 8 gig ,(4 X 2) DDR2 800 (PC2 6400) 1.8 volt
    GPU PNY 8500GT 512MB.
    2 Seagate internal SATA HD, 1 Seagate SATA in Apricorn enclosure runing ESATA on the GigaByte(purple) conection. XP Pro 32 Vista HP 64 & windows 7 X64 triple boot using Boot Pro

  5. #15
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    Exclamation Solved!! Kind of....

    Overclocked the RAM to 667mhz and new hard drive so not quite sure but then i decided i didnt wanna kill my crappy RAM and put it back to stock an voila unstable and locking up!!

    So now its left overclocked until i get some 6400 RAM (gonna be a while gots no money left!) But cant play any games as the system freezes for 30 secs at a time!!

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    Default Re: P35-DS4 Problems

    what is your system include?

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