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Old 19th October, 2003, 11:49 PM
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Post Code "CO" on 8rda+

hello all. i have an ep 8rda+ running amd 1800+. my computer has been stable for almost a year, and the other day it wouldnt boot. all my setting were on default . i get post code "CO." the manual is a bit vague about what to do with this code. i unplugged/replugged everything, but i get the same problem. i built the sytem by myself, but thats the extent of my computer knowledge. i hope one of you knowledgable individuals can help me out. i thank you in advance. please forgive me if this has been covered before, but i did a search and found nothing.
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Old 20th October, 2003, 02:32 AM
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Does the manual say what post code CO is???

I have no idea myself, I will look and see what I can find. But a little more info would help.
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I just tried to download the manual from www.epox.com and got a corupted file. Will try again.
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hey, thanks for your help...anyways, there is a post code C0h in the manual, i get a post code C0 when i attempt to boot im assuming its the same thing. well the description in the manual says:
Early chipset inititlization
-disable shadow ram
-disable L2 cache (socket 7 or below)
-program basic chipset registers

i hope this makes more sense to you than it does to me
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Old 20th October, 2003, 08:12 AM
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Could be a memory problem, try different memory stick.
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