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    Default Re: Possible Power Supply Issue and EP45-UD3P

    Just a quick observation from your picture.

    Are you running the motherboard on top of the plastic bag it came in?

    They are antistatic and therefore somewhat conductive.

    A piece of cardboard would be better.
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    Default Re: Possible Power Supply Issue and EP45-UD3P

    +1 ^^ Sorry I overlooked this!, in such a huff trying to help you get going.

    The way antistatic bags work is to move static from the inside to the outside, so the most static on the bag is on the outside. I doubt you did any damage though, but keep that in mind for future use, the inside is antistatic, the outside is where static builds up and or is moved to.

    Use a wooden table or plain cardboard box

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    Default Re: Possible Power Supply Issue and EP45-UD3P

    You can buy a case speaker from Radio Shack or a local electronics store.
    You should be able to find one at a local computer store, especially if they sell used computers or parts.
    You can buy them on the web, but you'd probably have to pay $5 - $7 in shipping for for $2 part.
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    Default Re: Possible Power Supply Issue and EP45-UD3P

    I had a similar issue with that same board endlessly looping.
    It was not until I disconnected the power completely (complete power drain) that it began to boot normally.
    And I had to reinstall the OS after I got it to boot up because of corruption. (That I no doubt caused)
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    Default Re: Possible Power Supply Issue and EP45-UD3P

    They are cheap, but shipping will get ya.

    $0.99 + $250 shipping
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    Add CMOS battery $0.48 (Buy 5 price is 0.40) 2x battery and shipping is the same with above. If you buy 3-5 batteries with speaker, shipping $2.66
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    Buy one here, and pickup a CMOS battery or two to make shipping worthwile. This is where I buy CMOS batteries most always, always have nice prices and fast shipping. Odd and end store, they kinda have it all if it aint anywhere else :)

    Of course you can browse around they have tons of items, or just buy the speaker itself, all up to you. Much cheaper than any store and it's about the only place I know that wont jack you for shipping. Located in TX

    Of course with you being in CA, you may have a fry's or Microcenter near by, might be able to get one there for $3-5

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    Default Re: Possible Power Supply Issue and EP45-UD3P

    $0.99 + $250 shipping
    $250 for shipping?!!?
    OUCH!!!
    Uhh....maybe there's a misplaced decimal point ;-)
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    Default Re: Possible Power Supply Issue and EP45-UD3P

    HAHA, thanks buddy!

    I thought I was saving him on shipping, but I guess prices went up at that site in the past few minutes

    Ya, it's 2.50 of course, I'll leave it for giggles

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