Error Code 88
Do not forget the spacer at the frame. Machine Serial: 5761069 Reply With Quote 03-19-201502:51 AM #2 Coloured paper View Profile View Forum Posts Senior Member Join Date Oct 2012 Location Germany Posts 270 Hi! But I don't see how it is too relevant though? Get the four screws tight and check the machine function. this content
I turned it on and it got to 7F, although I didn't wait long (maybe a 4 seconds), I then hit the F1 key as I saw that it apparently canceled That did not do anything either.Any ideas? Your DFI motherboard was such a fancy one and it will be such a pity if it goes out on you now... Get the answer randomkidJun 8, 2010, 6:34 PM Really glad you fixed the problem! http://forum.giga-byte.co.uk/index.php?topic=1062.0
If you love the DFI, don't buy it the next time... Thanks! rather happy at progress though. In the morning I turned it on, it started the fans for a few seconds then stopped then started again and stayed on.
- However I'm thinking that 7F appears only after a CMOS reset as it assumes you want to change some settings, but I still think it is supposed to display the motherboard
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- I'm pretty confident that it fixed the problem, hopefully.
- Any help is appreciated.
- Until now it has only been a minor problem, happening maybe once or twice a day and sometimes not for days at a time.
- I also have a spare 775 motherboard which I swapped out because it seemed to be playing up with OCing, it was used.
- I turned it off and used ezi-clear with no success, I quickly browsed the internet and didn't like what I read.
All is good so far, I'll let you know how it operates throughout the day. Logged Beekeeper 260 9 Re: Gigabyte UD5 boot code 88 problem - maybe 8B ? « Reply #13 on: December 30, 2009, 04:09:51 pm » it seems to be following It adjusts clockskews, read/write leveling, signal termination resistors and several chipset timings dynamically depending on the trace length, signal quality, timing and memory installed in the motherboard. New members are encouraged to Please Register Now - it's free!
Still nothing. Designed by Brian Official GIGABYTE Forum © Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get IT Center WolygonJun 8, 2010, 3:16 PM Hello, unfortunately I'm coming for help.Yesterday I powered down my computer, I hadn't done anything different for at least a few weeks.
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I tired turning it on just before I did it, to make sure it still wouldn't start. WolygonJun 8, 2010, 6:14 PM I didn't try much as I've been trying to find my invoice, which I did, I was happy =]. Anyway now I am convinced that the problem has been fixed, which makes me very happy. I then switched it off at the PSU and went to school.Getting home I started it up and watched the readout, it read C1, 26, etc.
I might be an idiot but I'm also happy =].Anyway back to what I was talking about before that.....** I thought it didn't display when it was sitting at 7F after http://www.akaipro.com/kb/article/1903 Powered by vBulletin™ Copyright © 2010 - 2014 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. I do like my board however this was my first build so I don't really know much about that. I turned it off and used ezi-clear with no success, I quickly browsed the internet and didn't like what I read.
It then started up fine.I'm not sure what I should do now though... news Q codes A2 , AE BIOS "CPU fan error" message on a two-week-old gaming build $1k casual gaming build - check it over? 1k i7 Gaming PC build over budget need When the problem kicks in at boot my fans do not do this and it just sits at this error code.Any help would be great. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide â„¢ Ad choices Register Help Remember Home Forum Today's Posts FAQ Community My Albums Member List Forum Actions
It happens usually after making a cut, the machine goes to next program step normally, the operator is removing the cut product and within a few seconds goes to error mode. Glad it was something non costly like that.Thanks so much, I really appreciate it. The time now is 03:54 PM. © 2006-2016 Color Printing Forum - the new digital information source for color printers & the business of color printing. have a peek at these guys Ask !
If the MRC code hangs or the board cant pas the MRC code and resets it usually points towards memory problems and unsupported multiplier settings or a unsupported combination of multipliers.I WolygonJun 8, 2010, 6:46 PM Best answer selected by the_punkinator. If you take this cover of you see a horizontal working coil with two proximity switches.
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Glad I was able to fix this, now I have advanced my knowledge of problems which is quite bad as I haven't had much experience.Thanks again.[EDIT]If the problem occurs (which it For the past month or something my machine refuses to boot randomly with an error code of "88" on the board itself.Now this could either be a "B" or "8" or Yes I did see that but only after I made this thread, as I was looking at the other DFI posts. This whole unit is mounted with four metric Allan key screws (Allan key 5mm) into the main frame.
I'm not sure if because the machine is in error mode it is preventing any operations from happening and that's why it won't move back up? I have set everything to default but still if i restart i have a chance to get stuck at the code "88" / "8B" / "B8" Logged Pottypete 686 15 Register » + Reply to Thread Results 1 to 3 of 3 Thread: Polar 76EM Error 88 Troubleshooting Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Display check my blog Now you assemble the whole unit.
I looked at the LCD read out and it read 88 (no display BTW). All printing equipment discussion, questions, tips and tricks are welcome. We have to wait 2-3 minutes after shutting off else it will still be stuck when turning power back on. Logged + Print Pages:  2 Go Up « previous next » Official GIGABYTE Forum Questions about GIGABYTE products Motherboards with Intel processors Gigabyte UD5 boot code 88 problem SMF
It initializes and configures the processor and runs bus training and adusting routines. When in the BIOS it displayed 75 so that explains why it displayed that when I started up while pressing DEL, yet it still didn't display....**BLUE SCREEN!!! (Memory Management) =[ Just Asus ROG STRIX X99 Gaming PC boots, not posting, no BIOS, Q-Code 00 A7V's bios 1005C won't post with V over 1.7V. ? 1.5 year old gaming pc suddenly fails to Who knows if the reseating did anything but I guess it did considering it got it to 7F at least...should I not shut it down, just sleep, or what?