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    More barton beef

    let me begin with the good news...

    my barton works, fine.

    after a load of weeks thinking it was broken, it turned out that there was some thermal paste on some of the pins.

    cleaned it off with a special citrus based solvent.

    CAREfully put it in the socket of my brand new mobo.

    boots to bios no probs....

    go into bios, everything set up perfect for mr barton.

    166 fsb, 5-2-2-2.0t etc..

    exit the bios, waited for os to boot up.

    waited

    waited

    waited

    but nout...

    what the ducks going on??

    specs in question:

    asus a7n8x-e deluxe-eay (mobo)
    amd athlon xp 2500+ barton

    i had a 1400+ applegate duron (the new ones) in there and was working fine.

    does anyone know why this is happening??

    explain please...

    detailed as possible

    ta

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    aww that story was so joyful until... :-(, well since u exited bios the pc has reboot, so how far is it getting? past detecting ide etc? no messages of missing system files or anything? need a bit more info on what u are seeing on screen.

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    it gets past the POST, hard drives, cd rw and dvd drives are detected, rams fine, i kno understand whats going on, all my hardware is fine.

    it stop load where you should see the huge win xp splash screen / loading it just goes blank.

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    Was the Duron 100MHz FSB? If so, have you changed the jumper near the northbride to pins 1&2 to enable 133, 166 and 200MHz FSB's?

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    yup

    the duron was 133mhz fsb

    its a new mobo just got it yesterday to replace my msi k7n2g-ilsr

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    i cant even go into safe mode.

    could someone maybe mention ideal bios settings for running a barton

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    I've been playing with my Barton (that sounds quite rude!) but in an nf7 board and that happened to me when I tried to get the ram timings too tight.

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    Let the BIOS select the RAM timings. What RAM is it?

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    why did you think Mr Barton was poorly - what was happening before??

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    Quote Originally Posted by BEANFro Elite
    let me begin with the good news...

    my barton works, fine.

    after a load of weeks thinking it was broken, it turned out that there was some thermal paste on some of the pins.

    cleaned it off with a special citrus based solvent.

    CAREfully put it in the socket of my brand new mobo.

    boots to bios no probs....

    go into bios, everything set up perfect for mr barton.

    166 fsb, 5-2-2-2.0t etc..

    exit the bios, waited for os to boot up.

    waited

    waited

    waited

    but nout...

    what the ducks going on??

    specs in question:

    asus a7n8x-e deluxe-eay (mobo)
    amd athlon xp 2500+ barton

    i had a 1400+ applegate duron (the new ones) in there and was working fine.

    does anyone know why this is happening??

    explain please...

    detailed as possible

    ta
    list your full specs plz, ram and bios version also
    if you can goto bios, then the cpu is fine. you maybe have it running to fast - might be damaged and only runs at a lower speed...
    i suggest trying 133fsb, 6:6 ratio, 2.5-3-3-12 timings and doing memtest86 and see if it passes. test5 is the important one, let it do them all in order first, then the next times skip tehm and just do no. 5. if it passes, reduce the timings, tweak the voltage untill it works. the fact that your pc boots indicates that the cpu is not the problem, but more likely the mem or the board itself. so try that. also your windows install might be b0rked from running wrong timings or somethign, so suggest you reinstall if it memetests fine but still wont boot. once you get to windows run p95 and or cpuburn to stress the cpu, then you know the cpus not the problem. what stepping is the cpu? stock voltage? stock speed? and what have you been using?

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    put ur bios a default safe, and try booting.

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    Here's a question, you did re-install the operating system before switching motherboards yea? If not that may explain why it will not boot, very simple suggestion but it may be your problem as from what i have read you didn't test your 1.4 Duron in the new motherboard only the older one, maybe i read it wrong if not put your duron in and see if you can successfully boot into windows..

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    me thinks mabey the ram timings are a bit tight???... i mean my corsair xms ll's require a minor voltage upping to reach that..

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    well first of i have been doing some researching all day yesterday since i last posted and have singled out that maybe it is the ram but more likely a hdd prob.

    i'll reduce my ram timings a bit.


    Full specs:

    asus a7n8x-e deluxe -eay
    athlon xp 2500+ barton
    30gb maxtor diamondmax 7200rpm
    512mb (ebuyer saver ram)
    Gainward GeForce 4 ti4200 64Mb

    BIOS / clock settings
    ram 5-2-2-2.0
    cpu fsb 166MHz


    hmmm.... maybe it is my ram timings, but i had them this high before and it worked.

    and my copy of xp doesn't have the locking out capability or activation bs

    but i had a lil' look at was being loaded in the bootup and they get loaded until it reaches mup.sys in which case it either takes ages or crashes. but i don't kno if it even loads this fille.

    what is mup.sys anyways.

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    Muppet system?

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    it may only be ebuyer bargain bucket ram but i'd buy it again and again if i had to....maybe not

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