This board has been my latest personal hell. Back in the year 2005, my Asus P4C800 Deluxe fried. After taking their time, Asus sent me a replacement board. I simply assumed that it was a Deluxe and reinstalled it. Unfortunately, it was actually a P4C800 Rev 2. There are three models of the P4C800: P4C800, P4C800 deluxe, and P4C800-e deluxe. From what I can tell online, the Rev 2 is actually the e deluxe, but it looks like a hacked together mix between the P4C800 and the e deluxe.
This is where I made a mistake. One night when trying to get suspend to work in Linux, I …continue.