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Where can i get a list of the error codes ?

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2010/01/10 13:52:49 (permalink)
...all the codes ( on my PPD LED ) i had until now , i can not find in my Installation Guide ?
 
error codes like : d3 , d4 , 6 , 7 , 9............
 
where can i get a list of the error codes ?
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    _GarrettH
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    Re:Where can i get a list of the error codes ? 2010/01/16 05:39:01 (permalink)
    modster,

    Have you checked the last pages of the manual?  The codes are the same for all of the EVGA AMI bios motherboards at this time.

    One of the manuals can be found here.
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    Re:Where can i get a list of the error codes ? 2010/01/17 11:51:23 (permalink)
    i am with you on this one.....seriously...this board is designed for extreme overclocking, but it comes with so many arcane post codes that are NOT LISTED in ANY MANUAL, be they paper or electronic, and it makes it impossible for those of learning how to extreme overclock, when we cant even determine what is going wrong....and i would like to stress the EXTREME part, because im already a rather knowledgeable overclocker, and im trying to get to the next level.....but when the system fails with a post code that evga tech support cannot tell you what it means.....eventhough EVGA designed those codes into the motherboard.......WHAT IS UP WITH THAT? ive been told to contact ami to find out what the codes mean...but they tell me that the motherboard manufacture determines what those codes are going to mean....this is evga biggest fail with this series of motherboard. i had to ram my board because i think i fried it because i cant tell what is going wrong when i get codes like 6F with no explanation as to what is wrong, so i can adjust accordingly.

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    Re:Where can i get a list of the error codes ? 2010/01/17 12:13:01 (permalink)
    I am glad this is being brought up as i am running into the same problem and cannot find an explanation of the codes not in the manual.
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    Re:Where can i get a list of the error codes ? 2010/01/17 20:06:37 (permalink)

     
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    Re:Where can i get a list of the error codes ? 2010/01/19 14:26:57 (permalink)
      Well, this is FAR better than what evga provides, i could not find this on my own, thank you VERY much...sadly, my #1 killer code is not in there...F6, and a range listed to be reserved for manufactures does not indicate that number to be there either..hmm.....
    well, thank you so much for this much, and i'll just keep poking around for that elusive F6..
    post edited by AEternalQ - 2010/01/19 14:52:07

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    Re:Where can i get a list of the error codes ? 2010/01/19 16:29:56 (permalink)
    Also try this. There is so many options there. http://www.bioscentral.com/postcodes/awardbios.htm

     
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    Re:Where can i get a list of the error codes ? 2010/01/19 19:01:44 (permalink)
    SUPER!!!....still no 6F though..lol
    post edited by AEternalQ - 2010/01/19 19:04:50

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    Re:Where can i get a list of the error codes ? 2010/01/20 07:49:58 (permalink)
    AEternalW,

    Not all codes have a definition that is specific.  The F6 or 6F codes is not one that I have seen on this board.  Usually the best course of action would be to start removing components one at a time to see if you can isolate a specific component that is causing the issue with the motherboard or is failing.
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    Re:Where can i get a list of the error codes ? 2010/01/24 01:31:04 (permalink)
    thanx...all of my hardware is brand new.....and it all tests out just fine....the problems occur in overclocking, having the worst time running 200mhz blck no matter what i do....followed dozen tutorials, with mixed success..but after a few days at most, those error codes start popping up....so many 6 related codes, and others that i cant find explanation for....still poking around.

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