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Thread: GA-EP35-DS3R Post Errors




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    Unhappy GA-EP35-DS3R Post Errors

    I just built a new pc with all new parts.
    I am currently getting a post error 1 long, 2 short which indicates monitor or graphics card error.
    I am trying to determine if the mother board is bad or the video card.
    All fans spin up fine including video card. I get the same error if no video card is installed.
    I removed all peripherals, cables and reseated the video card a number of times.
    Any ideas before I return both parts?
    Thanks
    Joe

    Model Name : GA-EP35-DS3R(rev. 2.1)
    M/B Rev : 2.1
    Video Card Brand : EVGA Model : 8800 GT
    CPU Brand : Intel Model : Q6600 Speed :
    Operation System : Win XP SP : 2
    Memory Brand : Corsair Type : DDRII
    Memory Size : 2 GB Speed :
    Power Supply : 550 W

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    Default Re: GA-EP35-DS3R Post Errors

    You got the power cable plugged into the video card too?
    Take care,
    Rick
    GA EP35 DS3P w/ E6400 @ 3.2 Ghz, 2 x 2Gb G-Skill PC8000, XFX 9600GT, Corsair TX 650W

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    Default Re: GA-EP35-DS3R Post Errors

    Is this with default settings? I mean no overclocking? IF not do you have the PCI locked at 100?

    Sounds to me to be the card, do you have another older one or a PCI one you can test this with? I would borrow one to be sure before RMA'n the card.

    Or test that card somewhere else before RMA'n the board

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    Default Re: GA-EP35-DS3R Post Errors

    It can be something very simple, if your video card has dual outputs, switch to the other output. I ran into an error where I was using an analog monitor for the setup, and for some reason it didn't like the DVI=VGA adapter I was using. Changed adapters, the beep code went away.
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