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    Default Re: Keyboard problem on new GA-EP45-UD3P build

    Hi,
    After I tweaked the settings according to your sheet, I switched my RAM module (I only have 1 in now) to slot 2. I ran memtest86 v2.11, and it passed.

    I switched the RAM back to slot 1....it failed.
    Slot 1 = FAIL
    Slot 2 = PASS
    Slot 3= FAIL
    Slot 4= PASS

    Oh, and the keyboard worked for over 2 hours. It stopped working when I was memtesting the failed slots.

    Any other things I can do?

    Thanks

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    Default Re: Keyboard problem on new GA-EP45-UD3P build

    I advise for now, you redo the tests with proper voltages, at least on slots 1+3 as they should work and are the proper ones to use

    You should set these, if you are using Auto where I noted to then ignore me about that >>
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    Performance Enhance...................: [TURBO] << Set Standard
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    System Memory Multiplier ..............:[AUTO] << Set 4.00A

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    Channel A & B
    Static tRead Value.........................:[AUTO] << Set 8 for now

    CPU Referen.…………....0.755V*.......: [AUTO] 0.760V << Set Auto


    MCH Core…………….....1.100V...........: [AUTO] 1.100 << Set 1.20-1.24
    MCH Reference….…….0.800V...........; [AUTO] 0.760 << Set AUTO
    MCH/DRAM Ref.…......0.900V...........:[AUTO]0.900 << Set AUTO
    ICH I/O……………….....1.500V............: [AUTO]1.500
    ICH Core…………...……1.100V............: [AUTO] 1.100

    DRAM
    DRAM Voltage ……....1.800V............: [AUTO] 1.800 << Set 2.0-2.1
    DRAM Termination .…0.900V............: [AUTO]0.900 << Set AUTO
    Channel A Reference 0.900V............: [AUTO]0.900 << Set AUTO
    Channel B Reference 0.900V............: [AUTO]0.900 << Set AUTO

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    I changed all the settings you indicated to in your last post. I switched the RAM back to Slot 1, and I encountered system instability. It would not load to the bootable DOS. When I looked in BIOS, it had changed the USB (ie keyboard, mouse etc) in intergrated peripherals to "disabled" and I could not changed them back.
    Here are pictures of my BIOS. I am loading 3 videos to youtube right now on the system startup with RAM in slot 1 or slot 2. The vids will take awhile, so I might not have them linked until this evening.

    Intelligent tweaker pictures: 1, 2, 3, 4
    Advanced Clock control
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    Channel A Driving settings
    Channel B timer settings
    Channel B driving settings
    Advanced BIOS features
    Standard CMOS 1
    Standard CMOS 2
    Integrated peripherals 1
    Integrated peripherals 2
    PC health status

    End note: With the above setting in place, things seem to remains stable when RAM is in Slot 2, but not in SLot 1. Also, we get the new quirk where the USB 2.0 controller et al (see Integrated peripheral 2 picture) seem to get disabled with RAM in Slot 1, and I am not able to change it back. When I load the previous settings (all the ones you gave me), and restart with RAM in Slot 1...I get several different system instabilities:
    1. System keeps restarting
    2. System restarts, but I have no keyboard control to get into BIOS.
    3. System makes it through the whole restart, but will not recognize bootable USB drive.
    4. And, there are the 2 times the screen went totally whack, and showed a white on black picture of the start up screen.
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    Not an actor or a filmmaker. It is what it is.

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    Video 2

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    RAM Slot 2

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    I noticed in your pics of your bios setting your MCH ref voltage. Mch ref and cpu ref voltages scale with Cpu termination aka Vtt. I would set Cpu term to 1.2 and then manually set cpu ref and Mch ref to either auto or the default .076. After looking at the pic again try setting All voltage to there default voltage which is the voltages you see on the left. You may need to raise cpu term to 1.2-1.26 along with Mch voltage. Manually set your ram timings as they are labled on your ram sticks. I have the same ram but I have version 1.1 of the board not 1.6. 1.6 has had some problems getting ram to work in the proper slots 1,3. People have been able to get them to work or either ended up using slots 2,4. Another thing you can try is flashing the bios to the latest beta version which is FDa.

    Also do both memory sticks work and pass memtest in slot 2?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Acebmxer View Post
    I noticed in your pics of your bios setting your MCH ref voltage. Mch ref and cpu ref voltages scale with Cpu termination aka Vtt. I would set Cpu term to 1.2 and then manually set cpu ref and Mch ref to either auto or the default .076. After looking at the pic again try setting All voltage to there default voltage which is the voltages you see on the left. You may need to raise cpu term to 1.2-1.26 along with Mch voltage. Manually set your ram timings as they are labled on your ram sticks. I have the same ram but I have version 1.1 of the board not 1.6. 1.6 has had some problems getting ram to work in the proper slots 1,3. People have been able to get them to work or either ended up using slots 2,4. Another thing you can try is flashing the bios to the latest beta version which is FDa.

    Also do both memory sticks work and pass memtest in slot 2?
    Yes, both memory sticks pass in slot 2.

    I made the changes you noted above, and the system seems stable. I put both sticks into slots 2 & 4, and memtested. Everything passed.

    I hooked up the HD and the CDROM, and I am currently paritioning the HD before loading Windows XP.

    I did not retest with the memory in slots 1&3. I probably should do that just to see if the changes I made worked.

    Oh, I flashed the BIOS a couple days ago with the latest version (.fb) for the v1.6 board. Did you mean I should try to flash it back to the .fa version?

    Now, here's the question...if the v1.6 board has had issues with the RAM, should I just go with the MB with my memory in slots 3&4 if XP loads and I have no more issues with it?

    Should I mess with the settings until I whip slots 1&2 into shape?

    Are there any inherent dangers of keeping memory in the atypical 2&4 configuration?

    Anyways, thanks for the help.

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    Default Re: Keyboard problem on new GA-EP45-UD3P build

    ^^ +1 for the above advice.

    there have been what seem to be quirks with the revision 1.6 boards and RAM. This makes one think a little as one of the differences is a slightly different component layout near the RAM slots on the 1.6 boards.....

    Slots 2&4 is a good idea to try. However bear in mind that if you ever intend to buy more RAM, you could encounter the same problems again.

    With the keyboard problem... is it a USB or PS2 keyboard? Do you have a PS2 one you could try to see if that will work? I have had a similar issue in the past with my old system (totally different brand of board etc). Sometimes the keyboard would not allow me to enter the BIOS or navigate the boot menue. After a successful boot and then powering off, the keyboard would then work fine. This happened intermittently until I scrapped the USB keyboard and bought a PS2 one.


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    There's no danger using 2&4, you will be fine in that regard.
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