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    Quote Originally Posted by timebandit View Post
    Hey guys,
    This question is not really following the question, but it fits under this thread... I was wondering if anyone knew what the power consumption of the D945GCLF2 is when its in S3 standby mode? Also, if anyone is running it in S3 standby mode with the M2-ATX PSU?

    Thanks..
    Aye Aye to both (S3 and M2-atx).

    Last time I measured, it was less than 50mA in S3 sleep.

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    In the link it says OPTIONAL EXTRA about the cable,
    and when I bought the M2-ATX from CarTFT I didn't get that cable along. Had to make it myself from som old PSU cables....works a charm.

    Henrik

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    i'll probably need to buy it separately then..

    P.S. any comments on this?
    http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/revi...ml#post1352074

    should i buy 667 or 533mhz memory?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vull View Post
    should i buy 667 or 533mhz memory?
    From the second post in your link, I would guess 667.
    But I could be wrong though so check the post.

    Henrik

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    Quote Originally Posted by dschu View Post
    Hi,

    Initially I couldn't find the composite signal either, but that was because I used the S-Video signals a few moments earlier - i.e. before you boot XP, you must decide whether you want to use composite or S-Video. You can't switch between them (whilst XP is running) or use both at the same time.

    So this is the pinout for the composite signal I used (view of the back panel):
    Code:
     * * *
    * * * *
    * = Ground
    * = Composite signal
    Hi dschu,
    Where did you get a s-video cable with the correct pin-out to extract the composite signal?

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    I just bought this board for the release of CF3, and I can tell you that after installing Win7 that the intel driver package supports multi-monitor. I reformatted as I like the hibernation and startup time better compared to Win7, and lo and behold, the freaking xp driver only does clone... poop!

    I'm giong to rebuild again tonight and try not installing the intel driver as was stated previous in this thread. One question though, for those that have it working in XP, what are your video configuration settings in the BIOS?
    "the universe has a way of balancing itself"

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    multi-monitor With Win 7 is good to hear. I installed Win 7 a couple weeks ago, had everything setup, did one last restart and the board stuck like I had had issues with in the beginning (fan turns on when the power supply turns on and that is it). Just got an RMA from Intell.

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    Unhappy Corrupted Bios ?

    Hey guys. I have a problem with my board. when i turn it on the fan spins and keeps spining and the green light on the motherboard light up butt nothing comes on the display. After searching on internet i found out that maybe the bios is corrupted due to some reasons. I followed the steps to recover corrupted bios with a usb and a .bio file without any success.
    I want to ask you guys if someone can help me.

    Thanks

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    Only issue I am having now is that the VGA drops for a second and everything moves to the lower monitor (s-video) then switches back. It gets pretty annoying to be honest. It might be my vga splitter (run a second monitor on a dj stand for car shows), so I am going to run it straight to the monitor and see what happens.
    "the universe has a way of balancing itself"

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    It is 1 of 2 things and neither one is a corrupt BIOS.
    #1 you don't have the P4 connected to the board to provide power to the CPU
    #2 If you are using the P4 you have a bad board. We have gone through a ton of these boards with a relatively low failure rate. However the top failure is exactly what you are describing. I have no idea what the weak point on the board, but there is something in the design that when it fails the video goes out but the green light comes on and fans still spin.

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