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Cannot boot no beeping after remove the HD and Network card. only RAM in place and video card but still no beeping.

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  • Howard Lester May 11, 2010

    Silly question,but do you have the four pin connector connected to the board as well as the 24 pin.It won't boot without it.

  • Mike Peluso
    Mike Peluso May 11, 2010

    Maybe your internal speaker is bad.

  • Mike Peluso
    Mike Peluso May 11, 2010

    Hi Tony, did the system every sound off with P.O.S.T. ? Power On Self Test. POST only checks the motherboard, memory & video card. Though you'll never get the system to boot without a hard disk drive connected.

    Other Items you should notice at boot up. Does the CPU fan run? Does the case LED's light up? Does the floppy disk drive (If you have one connected) light up?

    CD-ROM drive's LED flash. Personnally you should have the primary hard disk drive connected. Are you able to enter the bios menu & see display on a monitor? The internal PC speaker can be removed from the board & you can run an OEM test, (Using an OEM meter) across the two speaker wires, which will conferm the speaker is good. The Asus P4XP-X came with a built in VIA VT6105L 10/100 nic card. The nic card can not be removed. Did you disable it in the bios? Or did you add a new nic card? Please explain "in more detail" why removed the parts.



    Mike

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Saya punya komputer tidak boot up dan tone pun tidak berbunyi, awalnya komputer saya bawa dengan kendaraan setelah dipasang tidak berfungsi, power supply berfungsi. kira kira kenapa ? mohon informasi.

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