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Reply With Quote 01-28-14,10:24 AM #12 EarthDog View Profile View Forum Posts Editor Join Date Dec 2008 Location Cbus Ohio Originally Posted by ATMINSIDE The PSU "shouldn't", but Coolmax If the problem still exists, please clear CMOS and try removing all SATA devices.b0Problem related to memory. Crucial MX100 512GB Hard Drive #6Various 1TB - 2.2TB HDDs external Optical Drive #1LG BD UH10SL20 - unplugged Case Fractal R4. SanDisk Ex Pro 240GB Hard Drive #2Samsung 840 Pro x2 RAID 0.

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Asrock Dr Debug A6

Please re-install the CPU and memory then clear CMOS. The time now is 08:12 AM. Build is in description.

I've rebooted and since then everytime I reboot the system enters the bios (no matter which key i'm pressing, e.g. Keyword: Question (Q&A-102|334): What is Dr. SATA 2 port #7 Media DVD tray 1 (F:) SATA 2 port #8 Media DVD tray 2 (G:) I finally got it to work after much grief. A6 Error Code Gigabyte Motherboard Click here! | Interested in writing for our front page?

You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. Error Code A6 Stan sounds weird to me. I am beginning to think going ASRock was a bad decision. All rights reserved.

First, I'd try unplugging any drives from the SATA ports and see if you can at least get to the BIOS. Asrock Ab Error If the problem still exists, please install only one memory module or try using other memory modules.d6The VGA could not be recognized. I tried booting with the monitor connected to the nVidia (discrete) card because that is what my Windows installation "knows" but no luck. Nanoxia Deep Silence I.

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The behavior you described does not sound like a bad psu or video card. Unless you're running multiple monitors, you have zero need for Crossfire. Asrock Dr Debug A6 Reply With Quote 01-28-14,01:12 AM #9 Lvcoyote View Profile View Forum Posts Overclocked Lead Editor Join Date Apr 2002 Location Omak, WA Or jump the PSU manually and see Silverlight Error Code A6 BTW, a single DIMM should be in slot B2, according to the manual.

You won't be able to vote or comment. 345[Troubleshooting] Z77 Extreme4 mobo Dr. Forgot your password? with it plugged in the whole time I would first hang up on 62, then move to a9 after a few other stops. Dont waste your GHz, find them before they find us. Scsi Detect

You went and got another absolute **** PSU, and another good motherboard, and now that PSU is taking parts out as well. Another weird thing is that sometimes it works and I managed to select the option to boot from external dvd reader to install windows. Hard Drive #1SanDisk Ex Pro 240GB. I pushed the power button on the case and the first boot stopped short and everything turned back off.

They say SATA II or SATA III, which is also a protocol, but nothing about performance. Gigabyte Ab Error Interested in Sim Racing? at least, never saw that before and it is highly unlikely.

There needs to be better quality control on the translations that occur in the books with Gigabyte. "Ab = Wait user command in BIOS Setup." IS NOT HELPFUL at all and

Debug code A6 SATA standards evolve, but not all technologies keep up. I also tried disconnecting the 2 HDD and putting a Live Linux DVD in the DVD bay to boot from there after setting BIOS parameters. It appears code A6 could be caused by lack of a keyboard or a defective one. Asrock 99 Error However, the computer didn't go to BIOS then either.

Please check the manual for your board, it will save you so much time and pain. Please clear CMOS, re-install the memory and VGA card, and remove other USB, PCI devices.01 - 54 (except 0d), 5A- 60Problem related to memory. If the behavior is the same for all of those tests, then I suspect the board is bad. Also on GameFAQs...Help - Answers to the most commonly asked questions about GameFAQs.FAQ Bookmarks - Access and manage the bookmarks you have added to different guides.FAQ Bounty - Write a FAQ

Should I R0 my SSD? / Sandy/Ivybridge Overclocking Guide / Haswell Overclocking Guide / AMD Overclocking Guide / Power Supply Guide SSD Reliability/Write Endurance / JOIN THE BENCHING TEAM! / Bulldozer Bu I tried anyway.Finally got all my components togetherMobo: Gigabyte z77X-UD5hCPU: Ivy Bridge 3770s(yes, I now understand I shouldn't have gotten the s for a gaming pc)GPU: EVGA 570 2.5 gb Register Lost Password? My guess is you are using the top SATA port(s), as you look at the board mounted in the case.

Should I R0 my SSD? / Sandy/Ivybridge Overclocking Guide / Haswell Overclocking Guide / AMD Overclocking Guide / Power Supply Guide SSD Reliability/Write Endurance / JOIN THE BENCHING TEAM! / Bulldozer PM me! Last edited by EarthDog; 01-28-14 at 10:30 AM. I wanted to be sure it enters bios before assembly because of an earlier problem.

I had to actually turn the Mobo on first, let it POST, and THEN plug the VGA cable in.