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Old 22nd November, 2002, 04:37 AM
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EPOX LED Post Code HELP

Could one of the EPOX Techs or someone else please provide a comprehensive list of the possible LED post codes and solutions. I have checked the manual(appendix E-which I don't think includes the LED display on the motherboard)and while it is extensive it doens't provide any real solutions in real terms.

For example the LED diplays 7F on the motherboard display, no where in the manual does it explain what 7F means.

When I checked the EPOX website all I could find was this:

POST LED codes.
POST CODE Problem possibilities & Tips to solve.

FF or CF
BIOS chip reversed.
Updated with wrong BIOS.
Motherboard problem.
Add-in card inserted wrong.
CPU problem.
Make sure BIOS chip is installed correctly.
Check all installed add-in cards.
Swap motherboard and/or processor.

C1 - C5
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E1 - EE
Memory inserted wrong.
Memory compatibility problem.
Memory bad.
SPD data incorrect.
Make sure memory is installed correctly.
Swap memory.
Load BIOS defaults. Set memory timings manually.

2D
Errors in video BIOS.
Video card inserted wrong.
Update video card BIOS.
Make sure video card is installed correctly.
Swap video card.

26
Overclock failed.
Clear CMOS or press insert key.
Reset jumpers to default.
Reset BIOS timings to default.

Please help...
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Old 22nd November, 2002, 08:27 AM
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Here is a thread explaining some of them as well as a link to download a more detailed explanation of codes not listed in manual.
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thanks UB, I saw them
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UB welcome. Did you find what you needed?
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sort of, it was for a friend, I had already looked at that text earlier. I wish the text had a better break down-something that explained the causes a little better, in English
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I know what you mean, I guess it's about the best we get tho.
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Thanks for the help, perhaps I will spend some time researching it, to try and decipher what they mean, could be helpful in the future...
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I know what you mean. I printed out the last pages of the article and it has helped me on occasion. I figure, at least I have some error codes to look at, never even had those before!
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However I am happy to say my personal experience with EPoX had been perfect. I have never had a problem with one of their of their products, and everytime I set up a system using their motherboards it works 1st time...

Now if I could only get everything else to run as smoothly...
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