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    Default Re: Configuration for GA-EP45-DS3P

    Hello, i tried your bios configration, expect the System Memory Multiplier (Auto and not 2.00B).

    Now i have this Bosd on my Windows Seven :
    SYSTEM_SERVICE8_EXCEPTION and PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGE_AREA and SERVICE_MANADGEMENT.

    I think it's possible that my memory have a problem. May be i change my memory.

    If you have any ideas i'm interresting.

    Thx.

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    Default Re: Configuration for GA-EP45-DS3P

    Use 2.40B as I suggested, then if you have errors then yes maybe your ram is bad. Can you test it one by one with Memtest86+
    Memtest86+ - Advanced Memory Diagnostic Tool

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    Thx for your reply.

    Bbut the 2.40B for memory is for a 333Mhz FSB Memory? the value 2.40D is for 400Mhz, it's the good value for my memory?

    For memtest i tried this and the memory pass with succes 14 times. So i don't know what is the problem with my hardware.

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    Default Re: Configuration for GA-EP45-DS3P

    You set 333 CPU FSB Right? Then you must set 2.40B memory multiplier to run the ram at 800Mhz.

    There is no 2.40D so you know.

    If you use 2.00x or Auto your ram may only run at 667, please use 2.40B if you use CPU FSB 333

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    Default Re: Configuration for GA-EP45-DS3P

    OK. I will try this value after my job.

    For 333 FSB :

    -------- Clock Chip Control ------------------

    >>> Standard Clock Control
    CPU Host Clock Control Disabled
    CPU Host Frequency (Mhz) 333 ------> THIS LINE?
    PCI Express Frequency (Mhz) Auto
    CIA2 Disabled



    PS : I'm sorry if my english is bad
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    Default Re: Configuration for GA-EP45-DS3P

    Yes, I already gave you that setting back with the full settings. That is your CPU's default setting anyway

    So you need this >>>
    >>> Standard Clock Control
    CPU Host Clock Control Disabled
    CPU Host Frequency (Mhz) 333
    PCI Express Frequency (Mhz) 100
    CIA2 Disabled
    System Memory Multiplier (SPD)____ [2.40B] (FSB of CPU is 333 x 2.40B = 800Mhz ram speed)
    DRAM Timing Selectable_______ SPD __ [Manual]

    Your English is fine, I just thought maybe you were not listening to me or thought I was wrong.

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    So i change my bios configuration. Now it's ok, i wait some hours and days to see if it's ok.

    I have a question : when i changed my bios configuration my pc reboot, it's possible this is due to a bad memory?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DjGonk View Post
    when i changed my bios configuration my pc reboot, it's possible this is due to a bad memory?
    No this is normal. If a setting you changed requires the motherboard to re-set internal settings to accomodate the change, it will totally power off the system before re-starting again.
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    But the system not restarted, i restarted my computer with the button reset. I did not even validate my input (F10). I think May be that you said : th e motherboard want to reboot after changed an option.
    Last edited by DjGonk; 08-27-2009 at 01:30 AM.

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    Default Re: Configuration for GA-EP45-DS3P

    You need to use F10 to apply your changes, then the system will restart, sometimes 2-3 times before the settings are applied and windows will boot. Depends on what you change or how many changes you make

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