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Old 22nd March, 2004, 04:55 AM
hackeron hackeron is offline
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Quote:
Originally Posted by gizmo
You had a semiconductor failure, bro'. Dunno what that part used to be, but it is a wire now, most probably connecting a power rail to ground (probably either +5 or +3.3). That is the reason the thing shuts down after about two seconds, I would guess.

In any case, you're taking the proper course of action at this point, IMHO.
Ok, thanks a lot for all your help, I'll still however waiting for reply from Epox, hopefully the lack of replies is due it being the weekend, but I can only hope.

I have also posted info about this on: http://www.over-clock.com/ivb/index....t=0#entry32874
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