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Thread: Pentium D and Asus P5N32-Sli Deluxe powering off

  1. #21
    Join Date
    Oct 2002

    Default Re: Pentium D and Asus P5N32-Sli Deluxe powering off

    Well, I actually had Fry's completely rebuild mine with all new parts and everything is fine. They were seeing alot of these boards mess up, but not so much lately. My guess is that it was a bad run of boards that got delivered out. I haven't had any problems what so ever lately.

    And now this board allows for the new Core-2 Duos... so I might have to try one of those!
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  2. #22
    Join Date
    Jun 2007

    Default Re: Pentium D and Asus P5N32-Sli Deluxe powering off

    Kinda similar problem, so I thought I would post and pray for some help

    In September of last year I purchased new parts for my desktop, including a CPU (Pentium D 3.2), memory (1gb corsair), power supply (thermaltake 500w) motherboard (P5n32-SLI) and video card (ATI Radeon x1900 GT 256mb). The computer worked for two weeks before, while I was synching my phone with bitpim, it mysteriously froze. I then turned the power off and turned the computer on again – only to find that the screen remained blank. I spent weeks attempting to fix it, and its now in the care of my Uncle, who runs the computers at an art gallery and is quite proficient. We have replaced the CPU, bought more memory, we have RMA’d the motherboard twice, and just recently we replaced the power supply (its now a thermaltake 600w). The only thing we haven’t replaced is the video card. Originally I knew from reading online that the motherboard had problems posting, but since we are on the third one I am unsure if that is the problem.

    We have tried it with different combinations of the memory (can only get the computer to make ANY noise if we take all memory out). We have tried it with a different video card that definatly works, and there is no difference.

    When I first bought the items in September I noticed that the power supply didn’t need to be told to “turn on”...all I had to do was turn the power supply on and that would start the computer. Despite the new power supply (we were sure that was the general problem) this has not stopped and we have now run out of ideas.

    Please offer any advise that you can or ideas on what the problems maybe.

    Current specs:
    Asus P5n32-SLI Deluxe
    Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 2.40GHz / Socket 775 /
    Thermaltake TR2 / Socket 775 / CPU Cooling Fan
    ATI Radeon x1900 GT 256mb
    Kingston Dual Channel 1024MB PC6400 DDR2 800MHz Memory (2 x 512MB)
    Corsair Value Select 1GB (2 x 512MB) DDR2 667 (PC2 5300),
    ThermalTake / PurePower 600-Watt /

  3. #23
    Join Date
    Sep 2002
    Central Alberta , Canada

    Default Re: Pentium D and Asus P5N32-Sli Deluxe powering off

    If by "noticed that the power supply didn’t need to be told to “turn on” . Are you saying that all you had to do was use the rocker switch on the back of the power supply instead of using the "on button" on the case? In that case I would say that your system wasn't assembled properly to start with. That would tell me that when you built the thing you probably did not wire the power switch properly to the pinouts on the motherboard .... either that or the case switch has a problem. Maybe a short? What else may not be hooked up properly? It may be worth trying a different case or passing the system to a professional to test. Just a few ideas that may help..... . Good luck.
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