it probably has to do with the MOBO deciding on which was the primary drive, the IDE or the SATA2. Logged You have a Q-Tec Power Supply? Got some Informations on that your Harddrive is jumpered not right. I have a ULI chipset BIOS, don't remember name, so I doubt I have same options as an NF4. have a peek at these guys
I didn't need to - they worked right away... If its set to CS, then it can go ahead and default to SATA2 as the primary drive. So you are right. Logged Former moderator and admin, 2004-2012 jfmohr PRIVATE FIRST CLASS Offline Posts: 9 « Reply #6 on: 16-June-11, 19:57:07 » Hans, You are correct, they are not errors.
Login Register 02-October-16, 13:34:12 Welcome, Guest Please login or register. Two problems: 1- 0075 code - SLOW BOOT!!! Pretty much look for some quick-POST option and disable it.
vector init 24 Interrupt vector initialization 25 Read input port of 9042 chip, clear password 26 Initialize global data for turbo switch 27 Initialize before setting video mode 28 Set video That's pretty much the problem, it POSTs TOO FAST, so fast that it doesn't detect the SATA HDD properly on power up. Mar 11, 2008 at 10:32 PM #6 jpcook99 New Member Joined: Mar 11, 2008 Messages: 1 (0.00/day) Thanks Received: 0 Well the only way I got it to work on my If anyone out there knows what this POST code is, I'd appreciate it.
Almost always this can be easily corrected by making sure all the connections are securely in place. Bios Error Code 410e For SATA devices: 1.Please adjust the jumpers of your SATA2 (3.0 Gb/s) hard disk drive as SATA1 (1.5 Gb/s) mode if your motherboard supports SATA1 (1.5 Gb/s) mode only. 2.Please replace All is working great and I set my memory to 1600 mhz and it is really running fast now.Thanks Fred Logged Print Pages:  Go Up « previous next » MSI Check all appropriate cables and connections HDD Controller Failure The BIOS cannot communicate with the hard disk drive controller.
Use another boot disk and follow the screen instructions DMA Error Error in the DMA controller DMA #1 Error Error in the first DMA controller DMA #2 Error Error in the I have noticed on a cold boot some of the codes are not there but on reboot starts with 6B38 after memory, and it starts booting USB devices. Please check out our forum guidelines for info related to our community. Useful Searches Recent Posts Menu Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Menu Log in Sign up AnandTech Forums: Technology, Hardware, Software, and Deals Forums > Hardware and Technology >
if u have, maybe check ur connections... Doesn't look like there are any options in BIOS 1.3 to delay a POST until the devices are fully powered up. Bios Error Code 8302 There is a "0075" displayed in the bottom right of the screen. Bios Error Code Ffff I think that shud work for you too...
BTW: This is the fastest starting board I've seen. More about the author Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Although Bios Central has used reasonable effort to ensure accuracy we are unable to verify all codes posted. Logged You have a Q-Tec Power Supply? Unknown Bios Error Code 410e
Run Setup CMOS Memory Size Mismatch The amount of memory on the motherboard is different from the amount indicated in CMOS RAM. The memory is a non factor because I've swapped both around with the same result.EDIT: Sorry, forgot the only things plugged in are the Memory and CPU at this point. « All rights reserved. | Information published on ASRock.com is subject to change without notice.The picture of the user interface above is a sample for reference. http://gatoisland.com/bios-error/bios-error-code-25.php Insert a bootable floppy disk or CD-ROM INTR #1 Error Interrupt controller 1 failed POST INTR #2 Error Interrupt controller 2 failed POST Invalid Boot Diskette The BIOS can read the
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Find us on Google+ System Specific Diagnostic and POST Error Messages: IBM Diagnostic Error Codes Compaq Desktop Systems Diagnostic and POST Errors BIOS Related Pages: BIOS Data Area BiosCentral Forums BIOS Anyway, at least I know that a POST code of 0075 is hard drive related. When it happens, I just cycle power or CtrlAltDel and it boots fine. wonder if thats a problem with the MOBO or the WD HDDs.
Failure could be the BIOS or keyboard controller ROM BIOS Checksum The BIOS performs a checksum on itself and adds a preset factory value that should make it equal to 00. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... Change that first and come back later... * MSI P55-GD85, bios 1.3* Intel Core i7 860 (stock @ 2.8GHz)* 2x 2048MB TakeMS @ 1333MHz (8-8-8-24, 1T)* Club3D HD5770 1024MB* OCZ Vertex news About ASRockProductsNewsSupportForumAwardsDealer&Media ZoneWhere to BuyHome | Global / English [Change] Support »CPU Support List »VGA Support List »Memory QVL »eSATAII Box Support List »FAQ »Model Name Finding »SN Finding »BIOS Version
BTW: This is the fastest starting board I've seen.