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Old 11-02-08, 03:08 PM Thread Starter   #1
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bios problem on lanparty ultra d


I have a lanparty ultra d not sure if its the sli one. i just bought some corsair xms ram to get myself to the 2gb mark. As i was just starting to get them to overclock nicely it went blank, wouldn't even post. after clearing cmos via the pins and official DFI procedure for a full cmos clear. now i can get the system to run, even boot windows off of my backup drive. However i can no longer enter system bios. when i hit del to enter bios i just get a black screen with a small line in the upper left hand corner. I tried reflashing the bios from windows with the 704.bta bios which is what i've been using for years. It flashed just fine, but i still cannot access my blue screen system bios. What can i do with this board, or recommendations for a new board if this one is now just a paper weight.

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704-2bta BIOS NB @ 1.52V
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1gb (2x512 MB) Patriot 3200 TCCD 2-3-3-7 2.6V (486)
Nvidia EVGA 6600gt Zalman fanless heatsink with 90mm blowing across it.
500 watt namebrand psu
320 gb WD SATA (OS drive)

(Venice 3000+@2610 on stock micro fin aluminum HS. 1.52V)~RIP 9-16-2006 (little more than a year)
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Old 11-03-08, 05:37 AM   #2
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Have you tried removing the new RAM?

For another board I like the ASUS A8N32-SLI - it's pretty much on par with the Ultra-D from what I've seen ...
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Old 11-03-08, 09:08 PM Thread Starter   #3
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that's what i first thought too, so i went back to my old ram, same problem. i've even tried doing one slot one stick at a time with my good old set and still nothing. I've just never heard of partial screwing up bios like this while still maintaining some functionality of the computer.

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DFI LanParty UT nF4 Ultra-D
704-2bta BIOS NB @ 1.52V
165 Opty
1gb (2x512 MB) Patriot 3200 TCCD 2-3-3-7 2.6V (486)
Nvidia EVGA 6600gt Zalman fanless heatsink with 90mm blowing across it.
500 watt namebrand psu
320 gb WD SATA (OS drive)

(Venice 3000+@2610 on stock micro fin aluminum HS. 1.52V)~RIP 9-16-2006 (little more than a year)
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