Extremely weird post errors

Discussion in 'Processors and motherboards Intel' started by dicaprio772, May 12, 2012.

  1. dicaprio772

    dicaprio772 New Member

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    Hello,


    I just recently purchased a DP67BG and an i5-2500k, I popped them in and connected an SSD, 560ti 2 win (dual 560 ti gpu's on single card).

    Now when I turn the on the computer the fans and what not turn on, however the CPU doesn't seem to, the POST error I get is E6 - not EB unless the B is not capitalized - I looked around and could not find much info about this,

    so I set the bios jumper to recovery mode and tried installing the latest bios via flash drive,

    I turned it on, it went to recovery mode, and different post messages came up, like 50, and what not, then it hangs on "77" which is apparently S/PDIF?? I'm guessing, it's important to note I do not have a 3 pin connected to the SPDIF as I was planning on using onboard...

    Other times when I boot depending on the DIMM slot I put the ram in, I get error 26 and Error 27


    I'm completely lost - what should I do?

    I did buy these parts at compusa and they have been good in the past to a friend and fully refunded him, should I just go get a refund?

    I couldn't find much info at all about "E6" or "77"
     
  2. sykozis

    sykozis Ancient Guru

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    I'd suggest contacting Intel about the errors and see what they suggest.
     
  3. TechFreaK

    TechFreaK Banned

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    and i suggest double check all connections, and try without SSD if it boots..
     
  4. dicaprio772

    dicaprio772 New Member

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    All the connections are there, the only thing not connected is the SPDIF cable, which I just don't have one since my old mobo had an X-fi onboard chip

    77 supposedly is the serial port / game port..that stuff is OLD..and so when I did the recovery it went through 4-5 different post errors then hung on 77,

    other times when I boot depending on which DIMM slot I put the ram in I get error 26 or error 27

    I'm going to try clearing the CMOS and popping the CPU out and back in see if theres any bent connectors or anything
     

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