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Thread: [SN68SG2] "Cold boot" problem




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    Post [SN68SG2] "Cold boot" problem

    Hi,
    I've a problem when i boot the SN68 after a sleep time (2-3h), fans spin, the blue light goes on but nothing on screen.
    I must power down and power up again for see my shuttle boot really.

    Config:
    X2 5000+ 65nm (Brisbane)
    Crucial Ballistix 2x1Go PC5300
    Albatron 7600gt

    The problem is present with or without the 7600gt, memtest didn't find error and i've the last BIOS.
    I tried too to increase VCore, VDDR, but no results!

    I found similars problems with this shuttle on other forums.
    So i think probes give bad values, and SN68 goes in "security mode".
    Maybe i'm wrong, but i need help !
    Thanks.

    PS: Excuse me if my english is bad ! :P

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    Default Re: [SN68SG2] "Cold boot" problem

    Hi AlexFR,

    Just bought a SN68SG2 and I believe I have the same problem.

    Here is what I have:
    AMD Athlon 64 X2 4200+
    2x GEIL 1GB PC2-6400
    Samsung 500GB SATA HD
    Lite-On DVD Burner (SATA)
    Using the onboard graphics adaptor
    Windows XP Pro

    Also upgraded to the latest BIOS - SN68SS0H.

    From other forums I have read, the only successful remedy appears to be replacement of the originally supplied 250 Watt PS with a Shuttle PC50 300 Watt version. Not a cheap fix unfortunately.

    Others have recommended a slight over voltage on the CPU or RAM, but it looks like you've already experimented here without success.

    Very frustrating. Any help would be much appreciated.

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    Default Re: [SN68SG2] "Cold boot" problem

    Hello, guys
    I also had the same problem....sometimes no display after shutdown....and after I send to reseller to repair, it work well now. But reseller didn't tell me what happened of my SN68. Maybe guys you can try send your XPC to your reseller

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    Default Re: [SN68SG2] "Cold boot" problem

    Hi,
    Quote Originally Posted by MJB View Post
    From other forums I have read, the only successful remedy appears to be replacement of the originally supplied 250 Watt PS with a Shuttle PC50 300 Watt version. Not a cheap fix unfortunately.
    => yuanshuo, maybe your reseller has change the 250W PSU with the 300W model like MJB has said.
    Can you verify please ? :P
    Thanks !

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    Default Re: [SN68SG2] "Cold boot" problem

    Hi

    Has anyone identified a solution for this problem, I have just built one of these and have this problem.

    Thanks

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    Default Re: [SN68SG2] "Cold boot" problem

    I am guessing some people should resolve such behaviour by using the shortcut wire trick how it was with the 440 lx mobo's ten years ago ;)
    Nice work shuttle!

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