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Error codes on680i motherboard 04 and FA, any ideas
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by:willcomp
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What BIOS?  e.g. Award, AMI. Phoenix

Those are not codes I'm familiar with.  
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by:jamietoner
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whats the make and model of the board?
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by:build18er
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evga 680i, now i am mainly getting error code 19
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by:jamietoner
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How much and what kind of ram are you using? Code 19 has to do with the memory controller, 04 is when its processing memory spd, and no info for FA.
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by:willcomp
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See page 112 of you manual for error codes.  Those are Award codes.  04 and 19 are reserved and FA is not listed.

What behavior are you experiencing?  I would expect a complete boot failure.
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by:willcomp
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Link to mobo manual for everyone's convenience:

http://www.evga.com/support/evga 680imanuals/122-CK-NF68.pdf
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by:jamietoner
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On pages 117 and 118 you will find info for 04 and 19 they are nvidia added post codes
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by:willcomp
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Didn't read far enough and missed them.  Does appear to be a memory/memory controller issue.
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Is this the same board that was replacement for a damaged unit? Are you usng any of the components that were on the one that was charred, if so any component that was on the original damaged motherboard is suspect.
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