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  • fix for jetways / M2-ATX

    got in contact with jetways as this is mostly the jetway board being fussy on its voltage, and the board can be fixed by...

    1. remove R154/ E01-63A4.7K-F

    2. replace RNB14/ E02-D680-8-F to E02-D470-8-F

    this means nothing to me! does anyone understand??

    if replacing C35 does not work, which im going to get done today i will probably RMA my board as they said i can do that if i dont know how to do the above, so looks like the problem is fixed!


    Ralph

  • #2
    What voltage problem... oh ok. See cold start Jetway thread below:

    http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/show...ghlight=jetway
    Setup:
    Dynaudio 240GT
    PPI PC4100, PPI PC2350
    Zapco DSP6
    ADS DAC
    Testing new board (Albatron KI690-AM2)

    "I dont know if complaints were filed, or mistakes were made, but feelings were hurt." -Krystal Washington

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Ralphh85 View Post
      got in contact with jetways as this is mostly the jetway board being fussy on its voltage, and the board can be fixed by...

      1. remove R154/ E01-63A4.7K-F

      2. replace RNB14/ E02-D680-8-F to E02-D470-8-F

      this means nothing to me! does anyone understand??

      if replacing C35 does not work, which im going to get done today i will probably RMA my board as they said i can do that if i dont know how to do the above, so looks like the problem is fixed!


      Ralph
      Ya, and if it doesn't make sense to you, then it is probably above your capabilities to do.

      Michael
      ...I love the French language...especially to curse with...Nom de Dieu de putain de bordel de merde de saloperies de connards d'enculés de ta mère. You see, it's like wiping your *** with silk, I love it.

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      • #4
        Looks like it means the following to me...

        Originally posted by Ralphh85 View Post
        1. remove R154/ E01-63A4.7K-F
        Remove the specified 4k7 resistor.
        Originally posted by Ralphh85 View Post
        2. replace RNB14/ E02-D680-8-F to E02-D470-8-F
        Change a 680 ohm resistor network for one of a different value (470 ohm). This is probably 8 resistors in a single package at a guess.

        But as Wiredwrx says, if you have to ask, don't even try. These things are tiny.
        Old Systems retired due to new car
        New system at design/prototype stage on BeagleBoard.

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        • #5
          So what's the other alternative? Send it back to Jetway for upgrade? I'm stuck with this board now, seems kinda wasteful to just toss it. My board doesn't post when first fired up. Jumping the reset pins restarts it. But then it gets the CMOS checksum error - and my BIOS is reset to defaults. And of course it stalls waiting for F1 "to continue". Hapens every time like clockwork. Anyone else experiencing this? Does this sound like the Jetway-M2 problem others are having?

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          • #6
            I've been having this problem ever since I got this MB back in Nov. I didn't think I could do anything about it. So you guys sending it back to Jetway to get it fixed?

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            • #7
              Seems like such a stupid problem to have. Jetway seems to be a popular option now adays, except for this glitch. I sent Jetway and mitxpc (my retailer) an e-mail concerning the issue. No response yet.

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