GFD problem!!!!
Home | Reviews and Features | Special Reports | Forums |

Results 1 to 2 of 2

Thread: GFD problem!!!!

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Nov 1999

    GFD problem!!!!

    Okay this is the story. I recently bought an Asus K7V motherboard for my 700Mhz Athlon and just now I was going to o/c it with my Speeddevil2 from Global Win but when installed the GFD on my Athlon my PC wouldn't even post. My monitor remained black and error beeps was coming out of the speaker. It was a high beep followed by a low beep and it just continued looping. It weird because when I was using it on a Epox 7Kxa it had no problem o/c my Athlon 700 to 850 without even touching the L2 Cache wich was 1/2 so I find it very odd that it won't post on my Asus K7V. Please help.

    My specs:

    - Classic Athlon 700Mhz
    - Asus K7V (newest bios)
    - Asus V6800 Geforce DDR
    - Apacher 128MB 133Mhz
    - IBM 20GB HDD & Maxtor 20GB HDD (ATA 66)
    - SB Live Player 1024
    - SCSI Plextor 4/2/20 CD-Writer
    -T-Bird 1200Mhz 266FSB
    -Abit KT7A-Raid
    -256 PC133 Apacer
    -Asus V7700 Geforce2 GTS
    -SB Live Player
    -2 IBM 45GB 75GXP (Raid)
    -40x Asus
    -Plextor 12/10/32A
    -Sony CDP-E400P 19"
    -10/100 Realtek
    -MouseMan Wheel Optical
    -A-open HQ-08
    -Enermax 431W PSU
    -Win ME

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Nov 1999
    flagstaff, AZ, usa
    make SURE the cpu is pushed in all the way it might feel like it but you never know. and check to make sure your vid card is in all the way. and hum.. heck get a diferant GFD. double check the switches.
    i have the maxamizer well 2 of them.

    Athlon 500@750 and a 600@916, 750@1G!!!! NEC 19" flat crt, 3 30 GB drives, SB live, CL TNT2U,
    "Why go slow when the speed is out thereżż??"
    "Is it worth it to give your heart away, and live for a great period of joy, risking the chance to have your heart broken? If your heart does get broken, was it worth it to give it away? - Me"

Thread Information

Users Browsing this Thread

There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts