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Old 23 September 2005, 23:46   #1
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green wire is solder on my A1200 Motherboard??



What is this for? som kind of "VOLT MOD"?
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Old 24 September 2005, 08:53   #2
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It´s no "mod"

Many mainboards were tested from C= back then and some need rework like yours ....
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It´s no "mod"

Many mainboards were tested from C= back then and some need rework like yours ....
ahha...
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remove it and you'll see :P
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remove it and you'll see :P

No way ;-)

but i have to give the motherboard one more component. the flickering issuie on early a1200 motherboards
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1D1 HMMMMMMMM
dont touch it!
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Old 25 September 2005, 13:15   #7
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dont touch it!

1D.1 seems to suck big time with this "BUG" =)
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my original 1200 was a 1d.4 and I used a magnum 040/25+32mb for a looong time without it crashing!

I think there must be a few 1d.4s that didn't have the timing problems!
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