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Thread: Barton problems w/NF7-S
04-25-03, 06:35 AM #1
Barton problems w/NF7-S
It took me 5 restarts to get the thing into the bios. I found that it says its an XP3100+ at default?!?! The only way I can change this is by using user define. It should pick it up in the bios at default? Any ideas? I'm installing the new bios tonight but I don't remember it saying it fixes this. Any help would be great thanks.
04-25-03, 08:35 AM #2
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- Mar 2003
- the terran system
im not sure but isnt it the version 2.0 that fixed that?
04-25-03, 12:33 PM #3
I had that too. after flashing to v1.1 it saw my Barton 2500+ as a 3100+ too. I manually reset it to 2500+ (not overclcking yet).
at the abit forums I read of a guy who had the problem too, and he cleared the CMOS and then got into the BIOS again. it then saw a 2500+ fine.Gigabyte GA-965P-DQ6; E6400@3.2GHz; GeIL PC6400 2GB kit; Centurion 5 case; custom watercooling; WDC-1600YD*2; Hitachi 7K80*2; WDC-2000JB; 8800 GTS; Seasonic M120-500
04-25-03, 06:04 PM #4
I flashed to 1.1 and it still sees my 2500 barton as a 3100+. This board is a piece of crap.
04-26-03, 12:33 PM #5
CSaddict, it's not a crap board. it's just a bit vague
try clearing your CMOS with the jumper and see what happens then. I read this on the abit forums and it seems to help.
it should recognize your CPU properly then.Gigabyte GA-965P-DQ6; E6400@3.2GHz; GeIL PC6400 2GB kit; Centurion 5 case; custom watercooling; WDC-1600YD*2; Hitachi 7K80*2; WDC-2000JB; 8800 GTS; Seasonic M120-500
04-26-03, 01:26 PM #6
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- Apr 2002
- Orlando, FL
weird, that doesnt happen with my 2500+ and the rev1.2 board