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Help!! I got a posting error on my new system

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1 minute ago, chimimoryo said:

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reseat ram

I have a new asus crosshair viii with a new 5900, I had already flashed the bios before installing everything on the mother board. It went fine. I installed the new chip and everything else and I got a posting error of '0d'

 That error is not in the manual. I am currently reinstalling the latest bios

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Check the boards diagnostic leds. Does the ram light turn on orange as well? Od is usually a ram issue.

 

4 sticks? Pull 3 of them. Just leave 1 stick in slot 2 and try again.

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one stick is in and its showing running. the post code is now 02

but my now i dont have and video signal.

 

im running my old 560 with a dvi out

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1 minute ago, chimimoryo said:

one stick is in and its showing running. the post code is now 02

but my now i dont have and video signal.

 

im running my old 560 with a dvi out

Nvidia or AMD 560?

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nvidia. I have a 1060 in my current system, im just setting it up out side to make sure everything is working correctly before tearing apart my build and installing the new one. this is the only spare card i have

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Thanks for the ram advice. I got everything working now no problem. 

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