What did not work at all with this board was a 2GB OCZ 800Mhz 4-4-4 Platinum set (2x1GB sticks). That's the last thing I know of to try short of testing it with some different memory.Click to expand... bashPenguin, Sep 28, 2007 bashPenguin, Sep 28, 2007 #10 Sep 28, 2007 #11 bashPenguin Gawd Messages: 607 Joined: Jan 10, 2007 Well, I tried the DDR2-533 I had, and of course, I also set the memory timings manually. check over here
All works great. when it does post, i enter the bios and my cpu is at default and is showing 3006 speed, 334 external clock, multiplier x9 = 3006 which i assume should be let us know how you get on. __________________ Microsoft Certified Professional compTIA Certified Professional 09-01-2009, 08:38 AM #8 Paul Frost Registered Member Join Date: Dec 2008 Posts: 6 Restore default setting for BIOS F.1. http://forums.hexus.net/abit-care-hexus/292301-abit-ip35-pro-c1-9-9-code-error-help.html
I ended up RMA-ing them. but I'm not going to say it means that.. Plus, I always see people running Firestix or ballistix or other high voltage RAM with their IP35s, so I don't know if memory voltage would be the real issue.
The only 4-4-4 RAM listed as being compatible is DDR2-800 RAM from a company called "Team Group" (never heard of them). Maybe I should reflash the newest bios?... The manual says C1 is 'memory presence detect', but after hitting up the Abit forums I saw that C1 could mean a few things, mainly something wrong with the video card Abit Ip35 Pro Error Codes I thought I had killed my ram.
The cpu temp showing in bios reads 103c. Gigabyte Motherboard Error C1 Power on -> Stop at 502. 00->C3->503. 2X-> 4X -> Stop at 50 USB boot fail(BBS issue)2. Try reseating the CPU and heatsink. Password Register FAQ Calendar Today's Active Topics Search Notices Viewing on a mobile device?
I did reseat my CPU and heatsink last night, but I could always try again. Without the ability to access the Internet I don't know how to repair this. Fold for UnitedGerbilNation, team 2630. This was mentioned on some European OC Forum (cant remember which one ATM) while I was scouring the net for an answer.
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The new board they have sent me intemittently gives a C1 ERROR and will not boot past it, tried everything i know sometimes after pulling the power lead out it will http://theblackinkproject.com/error-code/abit-an8-sli-error-code-cf.html also about 2 weeks ago i got a BSOD related to Ram -GigaByte-Z68X-UD4-B3 -I5 2500K -EVGA GTX 570 -Raptors 4GbX2 My Heatware Reply With Quote 02-16-09,11:24 AM #2 Evilsizer View Profile http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/sho...t=headrat+ip35 HEADRAT View Public Profile Visit HEADRAT's homepage! Hope this info is helping you as well as me. 09-01-2009, 12:01 PM #10 Wrench97 Team Manager, GamingTeam Manager, Microsoft SupportTeam Manager, Hardware TeamMicrosoft MVP Join Date: C1 Bios Code
Annoying, but you get used to it! | shinobi XL | i7 3820 @ 5.1 GHz | P9X79 PRO | 32GB DDR3 | GTX 970 SLI | 512GB SSD | I asked the repair shop people to try different sticks of RAM with my broken new computer and what do you know, it worked!!! Clear CMOS2. http://theblackinkproject.com/error-code/abit-error-code-ff.html Hopefully, POSTing will also give me a video signal.
bashPenguin, Oct 2, 2007 bashPenguin, Oct 2, 2007 #12 Oct 2, 2007 #13 BUFF 2[H]4U Messages: 2,243 Joined: Jan 18, 2006 & thanks for posting back with your resolution. The 256 MB DIMM booted my system properly and I changed the RAM voltage, and everything works great now. BUFF, Oct 2, 2007 BUFF, Oct 2, 2007 #13 Feb 25, 2008 #14 piotr2 n00bie Messages: 14 Joined: Feb 25, 2008 KimoCal said: ↑ I was having the C1 error too.
God. how did you fix it? BUFF, Feb 26, 2008 BUFF, Feb 26, 2008 #20 Feb 26, 2008 #21 piotr2 n00bie Messages: 14 Joined: Feb 25, 2008 BUFF said: ↑ do everyone a favour & please post I'm now running the RAM at 445MHz still on auto voltage.
READY FOR BOOT blank blank READY FOR BOOT(You may check board /revision from this step) Details please check Appendix ＊When you turn the power on and can not see LED on, So here's my advice: go to some PC repair joint you trust and ask them to test your system with different types of RAM. they are going to send the board back, at least i know it is not that, but cannot put a finger on what it could be other than my power supply http://theblackinkproject.com/error-code/abit-error-code-c1.html They were saying that over-tightening the Heatsink caused the error for them.
Restore default setting for BIOS ＊When you see guru code 9.9. Everything is working great on mine now.Click to expand... Memory fail Replace memory 8.3. BUFF, Feb 27, 2008 BUFF, Feb 27, 2008 #22 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Your name or email address: Do you already have
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djBon2112, Sep 28, 2007 djBon2112, Sep 28, 2007 #7 Sep 28, 2007 #8 KimoCal n00bie Messages: 26 Joined: May 7, 2002 I was having the C1 error too. Ah yes, what they used to try it out was apparently some IBM DDR2 memory. (Is that even possible? I was about to auction them off on ebay. Yeah, all the beta BIOS I see on the forums are great and all...except without a video signal to the monitor, I could not get to a point where I could
That's the last thing I know of to try short of testing it with some different memory. bashPenguin, Sep 28, 2007 bashPenguin, Sep 28, 2007 #1 Sep 28, 2007 #2 CapnBiggles [H]Lite Messages: 121 Joined: Dec 28, 2005 Just a shot in the dark, and you've already admitted It always turns out to be a RMA or replacement board I would contact Abit and do it sooner rather then later. __________________ BSOD Posting Instructions Power Supply and Selection How Topic Tools #1 February 19th, 2010, 07:55 PM mark11211 Senior Member Join Date: Sep 2005 O/S: Windows 7 32-bit Location: Uk Posts: 201 C1 Error code on Abit
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