Discussion in 'World Community Grid (WCG)' started by Chicken Patty, Aug 8, 2009.
Got mines installed
I did a reformat/reinstall and used the embedded 8.1 Pro ISO
Ah, got ya. Hmm, I wonder if a regular 8.1 pro would activate with the embedded key?
I am offering a discount to crunchers on my sale thread. If anyone is interested in an x79 system.
if anyone is looking i'm letting my i7 go
That link doesn't work?
I can longer find it either.
It was there. I can't even find the thread either. Were you compliant with the forum rules? Maybe a mod took it down.
I believe I was within the forum rules. I haven't gotten a message or anything about it.
I need a socket 775 cooler with no push pins for a socket 771 cpu installed on a socket 775 board. Im in Boise. LMK Thanks!!
I might have a stock 1156 heatsink for an i7 860 laying around if that would work (I honestly don't remember if they are compatable)
Socket 1156 and 1155 are not the same spacing as 775. I don't think that would work for him.
Nah but thanks I have 2 1156 coolers and they are too wide and have never had an 1156 system.. Go figure.
Be nice to find a good deal on an h50 or 60
One of my older PCs just had its RAM give up the ghost. Anyone have something like a 2x1gb set of DDR2 (667,800, or 1066 speed really doesn't matter)?
I have some old 2.2 volt Crucial Ballistix DDR2 800 laying around. Though I think only one of the sticks work, or maybe neither work. I honestly don't know, but if you want them, PM me.
I have a ASUS Z87-A (Haswell/Devils Cayon) motherboard i'll be listing very soon with a HDD. You guys get first dibs if you're interested.
dub, hit me up if you still need something.
@BarbaricSoul I can't use 2.2v RAM, board doesn't like it. Thanks for the offer
@t_ski PM sent, thanks!
Finally up guys
anyone need/want a Z68 motherboard that boot cycles? Board will run great for a couple days, and then it will start to boot cycle (continually reboots). Only way I've found to stop it from boot cycling once it starts is to unplug the 24 pin power connection and then plug it back in and boot the computer. It's a Gigabyte Z68 AP-D3. Drop me a PM if you want it.
a bit late but here goes
the boot loop has todo with GIGABYTES dual bios functionality
the solution is the reflash the main bios to the latest version and then
flash the back up to latest bios as well
after the primary flash completes and you know everything is ok do the following
from a COLD BOOT AS YOU TURN THE MACHINE ON PRESS ALT+F12 ( you may need a ps2 keyboard for this to work) and the screen should go black then display a prompt saying something like " press enter to copy main bios to backup bios) my current theory as to the cause is that some how the older bios/ current cmos settings are getting mixxed up occasionally resulting in a no post loop as the system trys to load the settings for the new bios version but is posting from the old revision of the bios
wait for that to complete and then reboot when prompted the boot loop issue should now be gone...
if you can correct it you can throw the board in the next give away pool
I appreciate you taking the time to type all that out, but I'd have to take down a 3930k system to do that. Not worth it IMHO, I'd rather just give the board to a follow cruncher and let them to all that.
I don't know what the hell just happened, but all my projects were just "aborted by project???????"
There is absolutely 0 projects in my BOINC. Any idea what the hell just happened?
I did do a image at lunch time, installed the SSD a couple of hours ago, and reinstalled the image. Would that cause it?
EDIT: Okay, figured I would reboot. Seems that all the projects came back. LOLOL
Check PC time/date first...
nvm- looks like you found the issue
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