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I/O Card Parity Error at xxxxx An expansion card failed. Now code 00... More discussions in Desktop Boards All PlacesSupport CommunityDesktop Boards 12 Replies Latest reply on May 9, 2015 3:55 AM by ATHOOD DX79SI Hang at POST Code 58 Stuart Rankin Dec 15, 2012 11:58 AM My DX79SI hangs with a POST code of 58.Problem Details:I updated the BIOS a few weeks ago to the latest (I can't tell you the BIOS version because I can't boot my system). Run Setup CMOS Time and Date Not Set run Setup to set the time and date in the CMOS RAM Diskette Boot Failure The boot disk in drive A: is corrupt. Check This Out

I am also getting this led error 58 and I cannot get past that. There is no other text on the screen. Yahoo! I found a post on another forum with all the debug codes explained, but I don't understand it http://www.overbr.com.br/forum/showthread.php?t=5030&pa... https://communities.intel.com/thread/33486

Everything will power up just fine, it'll breeze through initial self-tests, then hang with a q-code of 58. Use at your own risk. I agree that it must either be the CPU module or the board.

  1. Code 58.
  2. Re: DX79SI Hang at POST Code 58 Stuart Rankin Dec 20, 2012 11:31 AM (in response to Stuart Rankin) I reinstalled the BIOS (553 I think it was) but no change.
  3. I've got everything all set up in my case, but only the PSU, Mobo with memory and CPU, Coolermaster 520 heatsink, and the GPU are connected in an attempt to just get the thing to post.
  4. Reply With Quote 03-19-201102:36 PM #6 sylifis View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message ROG Member Array Join Date Mar 2011 Reputation 10 Posts 5 Thanks for thinking about this.

The computer started right up, ran through all of its checks and I am now at the BIOS. What about i7-980X?CPU compatibility After updating/resetting BIOS I cannot boot to my RAID array. Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of 23 Thread: Debug LED Code 58 Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Search Thread Advanced Search Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode 03-18-201103:33 AM #1 Thoril View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message New ROGer Array Join Date Mar 2011 Reputation 10 Posts 1 Debug LED Code 58 So i just finished putting together my new tower with this motherboard. Bios Central, or any person associated with Bios Central takes no responsibility for any dmage resulting from the use of this information.

I'm concerned that it may happen again though, as there's no doubt that they were seated correctly in the first place, and all was fine for a couple of months (since I built the box) before this happened. Same problem if I change the boot order and boot from my backup drive. Won´t run at correct speed? https://forums.techguy.org/threads/intel-mb-insyde-bios-code-58.743868/ EVGA geforce 465 GTX Superclocked on my end. 266.58 whql drivers It did take me a few times with the above to get those Q Codes to stop where I could enter the BIOS.

But why does BIOS wait so long at POST 58? (USB optimization is set to ""...) It takes roughly 10 minutes to boot my DX79SI - I don't feel that's reasonable... When this message is displayed, the BIOS has already rewritten the ESCD with current configuration data Parallel Port Resource Conflict The parallel port requested a resource that is already in use PCI Error Log is Full More than 15 PCI conflict errors have been detected and no additional PCI errors can be logged PCI I/O Port Conflict Two devices requested the same I/O address, resulting in a conflict PCI IRQ Conflict Two devices requested the same IRQ, resulting in a conflict PCI Memory Conflict Two devices requested the same memory resource, resulting in a conflict Primary Boot Device Not Found Two designated primary boot device (hard disk, floppy disk drive, CD-ROM drive) could not be found Primary IDE Controller Resource Conflict The primary IDE controller has requested a resource that is already in use Primary Input Device Not Found The designated primary input device (keyboard, mouse, or other device if input is redirected) could not be found Secondary IDE Controller Resource Conflict The secondary IDE controller has requested a resource that is already in use Serial Port 1 Resource Conflict Serial port 1 has requested a resource that is already in use Serial Port 2 Resource Conflict Serial port 2 has requested a resource that is already in use Static Device Resource Conflict A card that is not Plug-and-Play ISA has requested a resource that is already in use System Board Device Resource Conflict A card that is not Plug-and-Play ISA has requested a resource that is already in use A20 Error Gate A20 on the keyboard controller is not working Address line Short Error in the address decoding circuitry on the motherboard CMOS Battery State Low The battery power is low; replace the battery CMOS Checksum Invalid After CMOS RAM values are saved, a checksum value is generated for error checking. The dome shaped fan was interesting and did its job well but started dieing several... What do I need to use the new Intel 6-core processors on my X58?

Note: If you are a registered ASUS Member already, please use your ASUS Member's ID (Email) and password to proceed the login. if not, the message is I/O Card Parity error ???? This review is for the wired MC4000 model. Beceause I touched them...

If still no luck do the same with the other module. http://thenewnexus.net/intel-motherboard/intel-motherboard-error-116.html You need, at lest, the F3 bios revision: http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Support/Motherboard/BIOS_Mod... Advanced Search Overclock.net›Forums›Intel›Intel Motherboards›New DZ68BC will not post in new build. bilbat a c 178 V Motherboard 25 April 2010 00:06:36 There is a pointer to the excellent Intel 'guide to pin examination' procedure in the i3/i5/i7 'Missing' Memory section of the 'sticky'...

I made some changes to how my many USB devices were connected about the time that this problem began so the USB parameter was a reasonable suspect. Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service. A1 = Code 58 & DRAM LED on A2 = Code 58 & DRAM LED on B1 = Will Boot B2 = Will Boot unquote: also this quote: what Q code you had? http://thenewnexus.net/intel-motherboard/intel-motherboard-error-108.html Floppy setup ready to start 75 Floppy controller setup OK 76 hard disk setup ready to start 77 Hard disk controller setup OK 79 Ready to initialize timer data 7A Timer data area initialized 7B CMOS battery verified OK 7E CMOS memory size updated 7F Enable setup routine if is pressed 80 Send control to adapter ROM at C800h to DE00h 81 Return from adapter ROM 82 Printer data initialization is OK 83 RS-232 data initialization is OK 84 80x87 check and test OK 85 Display any soft error message 86 Give control to ROM at E0000h A0 Program the cache SRAM A1 Check for external cache A2 initialize EISA adapter card slots A3 Test extended NMI in EISA system 00 Call the INT19 boot loader Return to Top AMI 2.2 BIOS: 00 Flag test; Testing of the CPU 03 Register test 06 Chipset test; System hardware initialized 09 BIOS checksum tested 0C Page register tested 0F 8254 timer tested 12 Memory refresh initialization 15 8237 DMA controllers tested 18 8237 DMA initialization 1B 8259 PIC initialization 1E 8259 PIC chips tested 21 Memory refresh tested 24 Base 64 address tested 27 Base 64 memory tested 2A 8742 keyboard tested 2D MC146818 RTC/CMOS 30 Protected mode started 33 Memory sizing test 36 First protected mode test passed 39 First protected mode test failed 3C CPU speed calculation 3F Read 8742 hardware switches 42 Initialize interrupt vector area 45 Verify CMOS configuration 48 Test and initialize video system 4B Unexpected interrupt tested 4E Start second protected mode test 51 Verify LDT instruction 54 Verify TR instruction 57 Verify LSL instruction 5A Verify LAR instruction 5D Verify VERR instruction 60 Address line A20 test 63 Unexpected exception tested 66 Start third protected mode test 69 Address line tested 6A Scan DDNIL bits for null pattern 6C System memory tested 6F Shadow memory tested 72 Extended memory tested 75 Verify memory configuration 78 Display CMOS error messages 7B Copy system BIOS shadow memory 7E 8254 clock tested 81 MC146818 RTC tested 84 Keyboard test 87 Determine keyboard type 8A Stuck key test 8D Initialize hardware Interrupt vectors 90 Math co-processor tested 93 Determine COM ports available 96 Determine LPT ports available 99 Initialize BIOS data area 9C Fixed/floppy controller tested 9F Floppy disk tested A2 Fixed disk tested A5 External ROM screen; Check for external ROM's A8 System key lock test AE F1 error message test AF System boot initialization B1 Call to Interrupt 19 boot loader Return to Top AMI Plus BIOS: 00 Control to Interrupt 19 01 NMI disabled (Bit 7 of I/O port 70h) 02 286 register test over 03 ROM checksum OK 04 8259 PIC initialization disabled 05 CMOS Interrupt disabled 06 System timer (PIT) counting OK 07 Channel 0 of 8259 PIC test OK 08 DMA channel 2 of delta count test OK 09 DMA channel 1 of delta count test OK 0A DMA channel 0 of delta test count OK 0B Parity status cleared (DMA/PIT) 0C Refresh and system time check OK (DMA/PIT) 0D Refresh link toggling OK (DMA/PIT) 0E Refresh period ON/OFF 50% OK 10 About to start 64K memory 11 Address line tested OK 12 64K base memory tested OK 13 Interrupt vectors initialized 14 8042 keyboard controller tested 15 CMOS Read/Write test OK 16 CMOS checksum/battery tested 17 Monochrome mode set OK (6845) 18 Color (CGA) mode set OK (6845) 19 Video ROM search 1A Optional video ROM OK 1B Display memory Read/Write test OK 1C Alternate display memory OK 1D Video retrace check Ok 1E Global byte set for video Ok 1F Mode set for mono/color OK 20 Video test OK 21 Video display OK 22 Power on message display OK 30 Readying virtual mode memory test 31 Virtual mode memory test started 32 Processor in virtual mode 33 Memory address line test 34 Memory address line test 35 Memory below 1MB calculated 36 Memory size computation OK 37 Memory test in progress 38 Memory initialization below 1MB 39 Memory initialization above 1MB 3A Display memory size 3B Ready to start memory below 1MB 3C Memory test below 1MB OK 3D Memory test above 1MB OK 3E Ready to switch to real mode 3F Shutdown successful 40 Ready to disable gate A-20 (8042) 41 Gate A-20 disabled (8042) 42 About to test DMA controller (8237) 4E Address line test OK 4F Processor in real mode 50 DMA page register test OK 51 DMA unit-1 base register OK 52 DMA unit-1 channel register OK 53 DMA channel-2 base register test OK 54 About to test both units OK 55 F/F latch tests both units OK 56 DMA units 1 & 2 programmed OK 57 8259 PIC initialization OK 58 8259 PIC mask register check OK 59 Master 8259 PIC mask register OK 5A Check timer and keyboard Interrupt 5B PIT timer Interrupt OK 5C About to test keyboard Interrupt 5D ERROR!

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I got all parts last week: CPU: i5 2400 2nd Generation Mobo:Asus P8Z68 Deluxe RAM: Corsair CL9 XMS Arbeitsspeicher 16GB DDR3-RAM Kit PSU: Be quiet BQT P9 PRO 650W Yesterday I turned off my PC and today the PC doesn't start anymore.

Reply With Quote 03-18-201106:29 PM #3 sylifis View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message ROG Member Array Join Date Mar 2011 Reputation 10 Posts 5 I just finished my new build, maxiums iv extreme, intel i7-2600k, corsair pro hx1000W psu, noctua nh-d14 cooler, 8gb corsair dominator gt ram, intel x-25 120gb ssd. I reseated all of my Corsair 4GB sticks, which resolved the issue. Re: DX79SI Hang at POST Code 58 kevin_intel May 8, 2015 3:08 PM (in response to Churst) Hello Churst,I see you are working on another thread and reporting same thing. Failure could be the BIOS or keyboard controller ROM BIOS Checksum The BIOS performs a checksum on itself and adds a preset factory value that should make it equal to 00.

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Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. Can't find your answer ? It looked more straightforward, as I'm new to the building scene. after optional video ROM routine 2E Display memory Read/Write test if no EGA/VGA 2F Display memory Read/Write test 30 Retrace check 31 Display alternate memory Read/Write check 32 Alternate display retrace check 34 Set display mode 37 Display power-on message 38 Initialize BUS types 39 Display BUS initialization error messages 3A Display the hit message 3B Virtual modem memory test 40 Prepare descriptor tables 42 Enter virtual mode for memory test 43 Enable Interrupts for diagnostic mode 44 Initialize data to check memory wrap at 0:0 45 Check memory wrap, find total memory amount 46 Memory write test 47 640K base memory write test 48 Determine memory below 1MB 49 Determine memory above 1MB 4B Check for soft reset, clear memory below 1MB 4C Clear memory above 1MB 4D Save memory size 4E Display first 64K memory size 4F Sequential and random memory test 50 Displayed memory size 51 Above 1MB memory test 52 Save memory size information 53 Enter real mode 54 Disable gate A-20 line 57 Adjust memory size 58 Clear hit message 59 DMA/PIC test 60 DMA #1 base register test 62 DMA #2 base register test 65 Program DMA unit 1 and 2 66 Initialize 8259 Interrupt controller 67 Keyboard test 7F Enable extended NMI sources 80 Stuck key and batch test 81 Keyboard controller test 82 Write command byte, initialize circular buffer 83 Lock key check 84 Compare memory size with CMOS 85 Password/soft error check 86 Programming before check 87 Execute CMOS setup 88 Programming after setup 89 Power-on display 8B Shadow main and video BIOS 8C Setup options after CMOS setup 8D Initialize mouse 8E Reset hard disk controller 8F Floppy setup 91 Hard disk setup 94 Base/extended memory size 95 Init.

lvl12345 24 April 2010 19:31:04 Ok, I just sended a mail to my prefered computer store to ask it's possible to do this there. Then try to boot your machine up and see what you get. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Ask !

My cpu is a 2600k sandy bridge, so it's not a mismatch on the cpu type. It is provided for general information only and should not be relied upon as complete or accurate. Is it possible to go back to an earlier BIOS version? Overclock.net is powered by Fandom Games |FAQ|Support|Privacy|ToS|DMCA|Site Map Overclock.net Join Overclock.net Home Forums News Gaming Reviews Rigbuilder Search My Profile Remember Me Forgot Password?

Try that. Re: DX79SI Hang at POST Code 58 Stuart Rankin Dec 15, 2012 4:17 PM (in response to Stuart Rankin) The BIOS screen finally showed up after about ten minutes of the blinking cursor. Re: DX79SI Hang at POST Code 58 Sutton Shin Dec 30, 2012 7:08 PM (in response to Stuart Rankin) I think that disabling UEFI helps. But, I noted that another person was having the same LED error 58 too.

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