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Thread: M2-ATX Problem - Fan runs but does not boot !

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    Quote Originally Posted by tn6478 View Post
    call Ituner and they will mod the board for you.. the boards start the
    >>>> kick/stop/kick/start cycle only when V(in) -> 13V.
    . Call Ituner at 1-510-226-6033 and speak to Andrei Bulucea. Then he will ask you to send the board to the address below. I got 2 of mines modded that way.
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    Hey mate

    What exactly do these guys do to mod the board? I'm having the same exact problem occasionaly and would like to get it sorted out, however since I'm in Australia, it would be rather impractical to send it to the States and wait for weeks. I have a friend who is an electronic engineer and he'd be able to fix it for me if I tell me what exactly needs to be done. (ie. which component replaced/PiC reprogrammed etc).

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    I have no idea they reprogram the chip. email ituner and they probably will give u an answer

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    They fix the the timing routines. They may replace a chip or make some code canges to the flash chip on board.

    I will be trying to contact them today on the ph# in the above post, I will make sure i ask them what they will exactly do. And i will post the progress here.
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    I have read same kind of problems with DSATX supplies not same may be but the same pain in the ***.. So i am reluctant to go that route.

    However.. OPUS (http://www.opussolutions.com/index.php?p=products&id=4) looks very promising. I might also be able to use it in a VOOM PC case with a little creativity.
    Chrysler Sebring 2004 Conv Limited Ed.
    Commell LV-677.
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    M2 ATX PS.
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    1GB PNY RAM.
    Dynamix 816 (8", Wide, TS).
    80GB out of a broken laptop.
    WiFi Atheros (HP) out of a broken laptop.
    OS: Win XP MCE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Autonator View Post
    this chink lady picked up the phone.
    you might want to keep your racist slang to yourself
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    UPDATE: Mini-box support progress.

    I was finally able to talk to Andrei. He talked nicely and was helpful. We discussed eth problem, he told me that he believes that he has pin pointed the problem and told me what needs to be done.

    KUNZ:
    This might help you..

    He said that if i have a sautering gun, he can guide me on what to do.
    He said i will need to replace a capacitor on the M2.
    The capacitor is #C-35 and currently it is 22 Nano farads.
    It needs to be 10 nano farads.

    He said that he will send me the capacitors that i can replace. I dont have the supply in front of me right now, but i hope the C-35 is easy to find and marked properly. He also told me that he will send me another supply just in case. He also said that all he wants from me is a feedback if it worked for me. I have no problem doing that.

    I will keep you guys posted. I think this is the best progress solving this problem yet out of all the threads..
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    80GB out of a broken laptop.
    WiFi Atheros (HP) out of a broken laptop.
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    PYRO:
    u ok man?
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    1.8Ghz Intel Core Duo.
    1GB PNY RAM.
    Dynamix 816 (8", Wide, TS).
    80GB out of a broken laptop.
    WiFi Atheros (HP) out of a broken laptop.
    OS: Win XP MCE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jschrauwen View Post
    [COLOR="Blue"] Not sure if it will fit Voom case. DSATX - 4.15"L x 3.5"W x 1.0"H as compared to the M2 ATX of 5.76"L x 1.77"W x ~1.0"H
    It fits, but not without trouble. See my worklog:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Autonator View Post
    PYRO:
    u ok man?
    isn't that cute how you edited your racist reply to hide all that BS that you spewed.
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    GREGAS:
    nice work dude, i do praise that you did not give up and u went all american chopper on the case .

    This is definately an idea i can look into.. this will probably fit any power. Dude you can even sell custom bases for voom PC that hold different powers .. just an idea..

    The only thing that kinda raises an eyebrow is that when the supply runs on low voltage, it will act like a furnace (no that hot but just saying) under the mobo? And couple that with the fact that its a carputer and the ambient temrature in the cabin could rise on occassions.. Unless you make sure teh cabin stays damn cool all teh times. OR you live where its cold most of the times. What do u think?

    Have you been using it?
    any problems? it would help if you also describe the environmental variations in your case.

    just a thought..
    Chrysler Sebring 2004 Conv Limited Ed.
    Commell LV-677.
    Voom PC case.
    M2 ATX PS.
    1.8Ghz Intel Core Duo.
    1GB PNY RAM.
    Dynamix 816 (8", Wide, TS).
    80GB out of a broken laptop.
    WiFi Atheros (HP) out of a broken laptop.
    OS: Win XP MCE.

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