Full Review be quiet! So it is either the board or the RAM. What Do I Do? Things I tried: - Removed the memory sticks - Switched memory banks - Switched memory stick positions - Used 1 stick at a time - Swapped the single memory stick - his comment is here
The mobo defaults to 1.8v on a cmos clear. Test if it will POST . 2. Now I managed to order an older CPU for cheap (refurbished crap), however this should allow me to flash the bios and start using the CPU (hopefully). dfi error code c1 Started by dark , Sep 04 2009 06:50 AM Please log in to reply 4 replies to this topic #1 dark dark Advanced Member Advanced Member 1,811
trying it now. Should not have problem. Which unit should I buy?
I am glad that worked for you since you went to the effort and expense of buying a CPU. Lanparty X48 C1 Error I dont know why you would get for lowering the muti, I will have to try that and see if I get the same. So far I have tried multiple CMOS resets, and tested with 3 different RAM kits, my OCZ DDR2-1150 FLEX II set, OCZ DDR2-800 SLI ready stuff, and some generic 2x 512mb The time now is 03:32.
Back to top #3 WakeUpDead WakeUpDead Member Members 337 posts Posted 10 May 2006 - 01:58 PM I had that code yesterday, couldnt get into bios even. slot, ram or entire mainboard. why its doing this? The good news is that it can be solved; by flashing the bios to the latest version.
Or did I somehow fry them? I run a super tower Xigmatek Elysium case... Dfi Lanparty C1 Error Code If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. Daikin Error Code C1 searching leads me to believe it's RAM.
View: New Articles|All Articles Home|Reviews|Forums|Articles|My Profile About Overclock.net | Join the Community |Advertise|Contact Us|All Staff MobileDesktop © 2016Enthusiast Inc. this content I already bought a new PSU (cause I thought the old one had died, but that isn't it). Thread Tools 11th Jul 2008, 21:15 #1 Joes2silly Multimodder Join Date: Jul 2006 Location: TX Posts: 130 DFI Mobo C1 Error Okay, I got a new DFI Lanparty DK Then try the other slots . Swtor Error Code C1
A bad PSU maybe the issue. Reason: added stuff HHawk View Public Profile Find all posts by HHawk #2 12-11-2009, 06:33 PM RAM GUY Corsair Product Guru RAM GUY's PC Specs Join Date: Apr You should also check your Power Supply voltage rails , the Bios voltage settings and Bios Hardware Monitor are correct. http://applecountry.net/error-code/dll-error-code-193.php HHawk View Public Profile Find all posts by HHawk #8 12-17-2009, 10:47 AM HHawk Registered User HHawk's PC Specs HHawk's PC Specs MotherboardEVGA E762 4-way Classified ProcessorIntel Xeon W3570
since if i restart PC normally thru windows, its ok, is it still memory related? Which could be the case since you are trying to change multiplier and then the board has problems knowing the memory. etc.
Try the following: 1. I hope the problem solve. Find all posts by Wired #6 12-16-2009, 04:36 PM Yellowbeard . chrisb2e9 View Public Profile Find More Posts by chrisb2e9 12th Jul 2008, 15:22 #15 Joes2silly Multimodder Join Date: Jul 2006 Location: TX Posts: 130 Its DDR2 555/400, I don't
omg i got ddr around here somewhere that runs better than this crap i think these are going to be the main issues!! No it's not the same PC as my other thread. With the same error as me: C1 09 This means the CPU isn't detected... http://applecountry.net/error-code/dll-error-code-6.php Joes2silly View Public Profile Find More Posts by Joes2silly 12th Jul 2008, 03:08 #10 BlueOcean Multimodder Join Date: Feb 2008 Location: Canada Posts: 157 Quote: Originally Posted by
Also, I have tried single sticks from both the 533 and 800mhz kits in a few different slots, no luck. Edited by dark, 04 September 2009 - 12:03 PM. thanks for the input, Back to top #8 spajdr spajdr Member Members 60 posts Posted 14 May 2006 - 10:28 PM I got C1 error problem too, but only when PC Back to top #2 dark dark Advanced Member Advanced Member 1,811 posts Location:Wales UK Posted 04 September 2009 - 07:55 AM pulled it out of the computer, to check of no
I was looking at those this past weekend. i.e ddr2 6400? What are the correct timings for My Module? Tomorrow I will try to test the RAM before dealing with RMA'ing the board Last edited by Joes2silly; 12th Jul 2008 at 02:50.
Register now! i did flash twice the nremove the battery, still i may go to the newest BIOS and see if that cures it! Posts: 11,501 POST ID # = 431341 Reputation: 46 Very cool. Good luck, Ill let you know if it does it for me too.
Reset CMOS, load Bios Defaults. The normal cause is ram rated to run at over 1.8v, ie 2.1v. Silent Base 600 - Red Reviewed by Duality92 A big thank you to Be Quiet! Now I need to find some compatible RAM, see post #19 for details.
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