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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD5 trouble booting

    Please do two tests for me, please go into the Integrated Peripherals section of the BIOS and test once with all of these disabled, then once with them all enabled.



    When enabled, please also run the Smart LAN Diagnotics test.

    So you are using Wireless LAN Right? If so, you can always leave those disabled, but keep in mind if you have them enabled now or when you activated your OS (If Vista/Win7) it will make you reactivate do to the addition/removal of the LAN's. If it asks during the tests please ignore, you will be fine once you set it all back to how you have it now.

    What do you mean about X-Files case? Can you please link me to your case where you purchased it, thanks. Or choose here and give me the link
    Thermaltakeusa»Chassis»Xaser VI Series»Xaser VI

    Vista asks for controllers? Do you mean now you enabled the LAN it is asking? If you are unsure you can check in device manager, if unknown network device or Realtek device is listed that is it of course.

    Here is the latest RealTek LAN drivers, please install for testing >>
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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD5 trouble booting

    Still beeps, either Enabled or Disabled.

    This is the link to my case:
    Thermaltakeusa»Chassis»Xaser VI Series»Xaser VI»Xaser VI : Xaser VI VG4000BWS

    Vista asks for contollers during the installation (before the LAN changes in the BIOS), I have no idea what controllers he is asking for, probably HDD controllers, windows 7 while expading windows files during the installation also gives an error saying that files are missing or DVD files are corrupted, and i now they arent, i've tested this DVD on other systems and works fine. Windows XP also gives a blue screen. I only managed to install a weird version of Windows XP, not sure why but installs with no problem.
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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD5 trouble booting

    K, I will check your case manual. Most cases come with a speaker, but either way you don't have it connected anyhow. I just wanted to see if there was any fancy feature of your case maybe that we overlooked.

    About your controllers, this means you have something set in the BIOS incorrectly or a drive plugged in wrong.

    Please tell me what drives you have connected to what port (Color and #) and then give me your BIOS settings per the following settings and tell me what why you want to install and I will advise back. I mean IDE/Normal SATA mode, or AHCI/RAID.

    Integrated Peripherals

    Intel Controller (Blue Ports)
    SATA RAID/AHCI Mode (Intel ICH10R Southbridge) ............. AHCI
    SATA Port0-3 Native Mode ................................... Enabled (or Disabled, both will work)

    Gigabyte/J.Micron Controller (White Ports)
    Onboard SATA/IDE Device (GIGABYTE SATA2 Chip) ............. Enabled
    Onboard SATA/IDE Ctrl Mode (GIGABYTE SATA2 Chip) ........... IDE

    Edit FYI:
    You should connect your OS Drive to the first blue SATA Port (SATA2_0) and your CD/DVD to the last SATA2_5. Then of course you still need the right settings. Either way IDE/AHCI/RAID vista and windows 7 have the necessary drivers, so I think you are using the wrong ports (GA/J.Micron) that is why I edited this comment in. This is likely why it is asking for drivers from you

    I thought you already had things installed? Or are you just trying out clean installs for testing?
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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD5 trouble booting

    The drive i waqnt to install the OS in is a SEAGATE Barracuda 7200.11 Hard Drive 1TB, and its plugged into the first blue SATA Port (SATA2_0), I dont want a RAID configuration, so in the BIOS i have it like this:

    Integrated Peripherals

    Intel Controller (Blue Ports)
    SATA RAID/AHCI Mode (Intel ICH10R Southbridge) ............. Disable
    SATA Port0-3 Native Mode ................................... Disable

    Gigabyte/J.Micron Controller (White Ports)
    Onboard SATA/IDE Device (GIGABYTE SATA2 Chip) ............. Enabled
    Onboard SATA/IDE Ctrl Mode (GIGABYTE SATA2 Chip) ........... IDE

    My DvD drive is IDE, but in the BIOS appears in the SATA2_5 Master.

    The HPET Mode is set for 64 Bit mode, cause i want to install windows vista 64, or windows 7 64.

    I have a version of XP in english installed, but i dont want it cause my native language is Portuguese, also my keyboard, and in English configuration i cant use the letters on my keyboard.
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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD5 trouble booting

    Hmm, that is all correct then for a Non AHCI or RAID install. Are you SURE your vista or windows 7 media is still good? Can you test again? Or reburn?

    Did you check for and remove any jumpers on the SATA Drive?

    Is your IDE Drive setup correctly? For now, make it the only item on the IDE Cable, Set the jumper to CS or Master and place the drive on the end of the cable not the middle

    You have not made any changes in the standard CMOS page have you? If so, please load optimized defaults and start over and do not change anything on that page.

    Can you or have you tested this drive to be sure it is fully functional

    I could help you change your XP language, but I am sure that is not your ideal OS anyway though right?

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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD5 trouble booting

    My Vista and Win7 are good, they worked before and they are not that old, They were downloaded this month, the DVD's are in perfect condition, I always make sure of that.

    I got no jumper on my SATA drive. The only IDE cable that i got is for the DVD drive, the drive worked always on my old PC, never had a problem with it, it works fine.

    I have not mad any changes to the standard CMOS page, nothing at all.

    In this HDD i want either Vista 64 or Win7 64, i got 2 other SATA drives where i will install XP and the other one just for storage, but these 2 drives are currently in my old PC, i havent installed them on this one yet.

    Maybe i should post my BIOS settings, maybe from there you can see whats up.

    Windows Vista is saying that "Theres a missing controller for CD/DVD drive that is needed"
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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD5 trouble booting

    Well still, they could have been damaged since you last use. Can you test on another system, or in a virtual one within your XP system? Let me know if you need to know how to do that, you can use Vmware or Virtual PC From microsoft.

    Is your IDE Setup correctly as I mentioned? CS jumper is fine for any part of the cable, Master must be with the device on the end of the cable.

    Well I don't think any other BIOS settings affect this really, the ones I asked about are what should affect the install process.

    But ya go ahead and give me your settings and lets see, maybe you need to set things manually a bit and you do have some memory or other errors causing corruption. I

    t is odd though that you are asked for a driver, vista and windows 7 have them already and you don't even have the settings set to where you would need them anyway?

    Sorry you are having such a hard time! Hey, can you try one of your other CD/DVD Players instead? Do you have a SATA one?

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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD5 trouble booting

    Yup, my IDE is correct, the drive is Master.

    My Bios settings are these:
    MB Intelligent Tweaker (M.I.T.)


    CPU Clock Ratio [23 X]
    CPU Frequency 3.06GHz(133x23)
    Advanced CPU Features [AUTO]
    QPI Link Speed [Auto]
    QPI Link Speed(MT) 4.8GHz
    UnCore & QPI Features [Press Enter]
    Base Clock(BCLK) Control [Disabled]
    BCLK Frequency(Mhz) 133
    Advanced Clock Control [Press Enter]
    Performance Enhance [Turbo]
    Extreme Memory Profile(X.M.P.) [Disabled]
    System Memory Multiplier (SPD) [Auto]
    Memory Frequency(Mhz) 1066 1066
    DRAM Timing Selectable (SPD) [Manual]
    Profile DDR Voltage 1.5V
    Profile QPI Voltage 1.2V
    >>>>> Channel A
    CAS Latency Time 8 9
    tRCD 8 9
    tRP 8 9
    tRAS 20 24
    Command Rate(CMD) 1 1
    >>>>> Channel B
    CAS Latency Time 8 9
    tRCD 8 9
    tRP 8 9
    tRAS 20 24
    Command Rate(CMD) 1 1
    >>>>> Channel C
    CAS Latency Time 8 9
    tRCD 8 9
    tRP 8 9
    tRAS 20 24
    Command Rate(CMD) 1 1
    Advanced DRAM Features [Press Enter]
    Voltages Types Normal Current
    -------------------------------------------------------
    Load-Line Calibration [Disabled]
    CPU Vcore 1.23125V [Auto]
    QPI/Vtt Voltage 1.200V [Auto]
    IOH Core 1.100V [Auto]
    DRAM Voltage 1.500V [1.640V]
    Advanced Voltage Control [Press Enter]


    Ill continue later on, i dont have time now, gotta go to work.
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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD5 trouble booting

    K, Well when you get back please set the following but I doubt it will help?

    You are not even running at spec for your memory, I know not a big deal but could be a problem since you are having memory errors?

    QPI set to x36

    Uncore set to 24

    Memory multi set to x12

    Set Performance Enhance to standard, XMP Disabled

    Set QPI/Vtt to 1.3-1.4

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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD5 trouble booting

    What do you mean by - Memory multi set to x12, is it the system memory multiplier?
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