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HELP Wich BIOS DFI Lanparty NF4 ??? *confused*

Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by Dakeeper, Jan 31, 2006.

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    Ok friends.

    I read much stuff in this forum but now... i`m confused...

    i have:

    AMD X2 4400+ , DFI Lanparty NF4 Ultra D, and 2x512 MB Corsair XMS C2 (on the sticker on the ram it says XMS 3202 v1.1), Cooltek MST 500 "Real Power" 500 PSU, Gigabyte Geforce 7800GT

    And YES i have the "coldboot" bug (i think so)

    If i click reboot from within windows the pc shuts down but it did not reboot. I need to hit the reset button then it boot normal.
    Same if u turn on the PC.

    i really dunno wich BIOS to flash, i tried 623-3 etc... but i read something about tccd, utt and that stuff. Dunno what tccd is or utt :(

    can anybody help?
     
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    Thank you, but this is the bios i tried first. No Luck with it.

    I got a hint from an other forum, i should try the 704-2BTA .
    I flashed to the 704-2BTA and......YEAH! NOW IT WORKS! No reboot problems, nothing!

    The next step iss to try some oc.

    Do you think the x2 4400 can make about 2400-2500 Mhz with the boxed cooler (it`s the FX55 coller with the heatpipes) ?
     
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    It should be able to, i'd keep a close eye on the temps just to be sure though.

    Glad you got it working properly again! :D
     
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