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    Default Re: GA-P35 key board/usb issues

    NA, your PC will boot with NO drives in it, you should test that drive in another PC if you can to be sure it is not DOA

    And if so, that is also the easier way to set it up by installing lifeguard (Not Lifeguard Diagnostics) tools

    So, what version BIOS do you have installed?
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    Default Re: GA-P35 key board/usb issues

    BIOS Version F7
    BIOS Date 11/29/07

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    Well that BIOS is past the 2 keyboard fixes so you should be good there.

    Have you got your ram voltage set, with the newer ram in there?

    If so I'd say try to install windows again and see what happens. If it still freezes I would say you are gonna have to test that disk in another system so you are not wasting all this time on a DOA disk...... or see if you can set it up (Format with tools for first use) on another system Via the windows install of lifeguard tools or that system if you can via floppy or CD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Well that BIOS is past the 2 keyboard fixes so you should be good there.

    Have you got your ram voltage set, with the newer ram in there?

    If so I'd say try to install windows again and see what happens. If it still freezes I would say you are gonna have to test that disk in another system so you are not wasting all this time on a DOA disk...... or see if you can set it up (Format with tools for first use) on another system Via the windows install of lifeguard tools or that system if you can via floppy or CD
    Thanks for all your help by the way

    Any idea what I should set my ram voltage to?

    For the record I went into my BIOD standard settings and IDE Channel 0 Master = WDC WD15000ADFD so its detecting my Hard drive. Can it still be dead though?
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    Default Re: GA-P35 key board/usb issues

    Anytime, I hope I can get you setup, or at least get you to try some of my suggestions. I do think testing the disk in another system would be best, if not at least download and run the ISO or floppy version of the tool that sets up disks for first use. Since it is a program made for that it is likely a MUST DO thing. Some disks need this done and some do not, but it does not hurt to do it either way.

    Ram should be 2.1 (+0.3) You will have to choose manual for system voltage control..... And Ignore the RED warnings

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    Ok and sorry where in the bios is ram voltage located? Since im only getting like 20 seconds to do this stuff before it stops responding.

    And yea sorry I will try some suggestions tomorrow, like trying a different HDD in the PC and if it works then ill test the raptor in another system to see if thats the problem. But I'll have to do it tomorrow, everyone is asleep at the mooment and since its 2 am here I don't plan on being up all night messing around with it, I've already been messing with it the past 5 hours.

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    Default Re: GA-P35 key board/usb issues

    MIT last section on the left side, once inside at the bottom of that section

    Good luck, I'll be here tomorrow if you get any further

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    MIT last section on the left side, once inside at the bottom of that section

    Good luck, I'll be here tomorrow if you get any further
    What is the exact name of the option im looking for? I'd hate to over voltage the wrong thing.

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    Default Re: GA-P35 key board/usb issues

    DDR2 OverVoltage Control Set to +0.3 which is 2.1V your rams spec

    Auto = System Decides, and it jumps around
    +0.1 = 1.9v
    +0.2 = 2.0V
    +0.3 + 2.1V

    Anything more, which some ram use as specified voltages and are not needed, you should have a fan on the ram.

    2.1 is your rams specified voltage and is completely safe
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    Default Re: GA-P35 key board/usb issues

    Uhg I'm having so many problems with this mobo :/

    I got to the DDR2 overvoltage setting, switched it to .3 and then hit f10 to save but i dont know if i saved it before it stopped responding or not.

    I would love to know why my keyboard stops working or my bios locks up.

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