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    Default Re: Ga-ex58-ud5 c1 error

    gigabyte tech support basically said its the voltage going to the ram, if i could post then I could adjust it.

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    Default Re: Ga-ex58-ud5 c1 error

    The next thing I would do is get the board out of ther case, and OFF the motherboard tray and then try starting it with ONLY one stick of ram (Any white slot), your CPU/Heatsink, and a GFX Card.

    NOTHING ELSE, no drives, fans, ect

    See if you can get it started like this, if not a RMA may be in order. Anyway you can test your memory in another board just to be sure?

    500W may not be enough for everything, do you have a large video card? If you do, try and use a smaller one or a PCI one for the above mentioned testing

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    Default Re: Ga-ex58-ud5 c1 error

    Sorry for bringing back an old thread, but I have the same problem. System turning on, but no display, and the LED displaying the "C1" message.

    However, the phase LED and DDR phase LED lights on the motherboard also appear to be on.

    This happened after I took my computer home for Thanksgiving. It worked before the trip home, did not work once I set up the PC at home.

    I really hope it is the memory, as I have a lifetime warranty on it. No warranty at all for the motherboard though.

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    test each stick in each white slot one at a time it should boot up in any slot,if you have a dead ram stick it wont boot up or you may have faulty ram slot...but c1 error is ram fault
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    Default Re: Ga-ex58-ud5 c1 error

    Have any luck testing the sticks? I'd also open it up and make sure all cables and such are properly connected and maybe reseat the CPU as well.

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    Default Re: Ga-ex58-ud5 c1 error

    I'll try each stick in each white slot, one at a time. I have done that with the blue slots though, no result. I've reseated the power connectors a dozen times now, but I haven't checked the CPU yet.

    If I tried non-X58 memory, if the memory was good, would it at least POST?

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    i dont know about nonx58 memory,it wont post from the blue slots only the white ones...you will know by testing each stick in each white slot as soon as it doesnt boot youll know its a dead ram module,
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    Default Re: Ga-ex58-ud5 c1 error

    Oh, I meant to say I tested the white slots, each stick in each slot. Didn't work. So, dead RAM module? How would that have happened though?

    Because it was working fine before I took it home from college. It was working, then I carried the computer 3 blocks, took it onto a train, in a car, then another car. Then it didn't work. So did the ram module get bumped or something?

    Also, does anybody know what to make of those phase LED lights I mentioned? I assume they're related to the problem

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    Default Re: Ga-ex58-ud5 c1 error

    They are only for diagnostics when the system is working, not really an indication of anything when it is not.

    Yes, it could have been bumped or something jarred loose. Please remove the CPU and CAREFULLY check for bent CPU socket pins. Your heatsink could have been bumped enough to bend some pins, ya never know.

    I would start there

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