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Thread: A7V333 Help!!!!!




  1. #11
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    I have just installed this mobo and had the same error message as you. This was in Jumperfree mode. Finally discovered that one of the reasons is that the romslip jumper needs to be set to 1:2 and not the default 2:3 to enable the chip to be detected. Worked fine since apart from another problem that i ma about to start a new thread on.....
    Athlon XP1800
    512 DDR
    Geforce 3 Ti200
    Seagate Barracuda 4 40Gb 7200rpm
    Zalman 5100Cu Heatsink & Fan
    Asus A7V333 Mobo

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    Well I tried it gaget and nothing same error... Im gonna try the romslip like u did mobo. Hopefully it will work. I hear alot of great things about this motherboard but it just seems i get a jacked up one :devil:

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    If it works, perhaps you could help with the suspend to ram feature........?
    Athlon XP1800
    512 DDR
    Geforce 3 Ti200
    Seagate Barracuda 4 40Gb 7200rpm
    Zalman 5100Cu Heatsink & Fan
    Asus A7V333 Mobo

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    Didnt work . still says system failed cpu test.!!!!!

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    OK...

    You got the voltage Regulator set to default? (Jumperfree)

    You got all the dip swtiches set to off?

    You get the Rom Slip set to "Hardware" (pins 1 & 2 Covered by jumper)?

    Finally you got the JEN set to Jumperfree? (PINS 2 & 3 DEFAULT)?

    If you have then the CPU should be detected by the bios and set itself up in the bios. If not, you may have to go down the manual route. But as I say, i had this error and it was the Romslip jumper that sorted it!

    Fingers crossed....
    Athlon XP1800
    512 DDR
    Geforce 3 Ti200
    Seagate Barracuda 4 40Gb 7200rpm
    Zalman 5100Cu Heatsink & Fan
    Asus A7V333 Mobo

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    Yup got it all setup that way. still nothing. Im calling Asus tomorrow to find out wtf. thanks

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    I had the same problem with my A7V333. Turned out to be my Linksys network card. Took it out and everything worked just great. Replaced it with a Siemens card and all is well. Really a great motherboard.

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    I have done that too. Only thing I have in it is a video card. Still a peice of junk:shoot3:

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    Bad bios chip cause mb to not recognize cpu?

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