Here is the DG33FB Motherboard with no beep sound, even without any RAM, I switch on the system with a new 2GB Transcend RAM, processor fan starts for few seconds, and stops and then starts again, but there is no display and not even my system is booting. What could be the problem, Thanx Regards Sunil
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is the module in properly?,is anything broken?? switch them around and see if the module is good or not,also,just because the motherboard supports 2 modules,if intel only recognizes 2gb then that is all,whether you have 2 1gb modules or 2 2gb modules,upgrade your intel chip and upgrade your bios
Please remove the RAMs from the motherboard slots and then switch on your computer. if it give beep for RAM then your motherboard is almost ok. if it does'nt give any beep then there would be problem at motherboard side. Then switch off your computer remove power. and then remove (CMOS) battery from motherboard to reset. and then start your computer while making sure that power is not connected to computer. this is for the releasing of power in motherboard so that BIOS gets to be factory defaults.
then install battery and RAM then powerup your computer hopefully it will work fine. if it does'nt then Motherboard have critical problem.
this sounds like a bug of some sort to me. if windows is seeing 6gb it should have 6gb but to be sure recheck the mobo book to see if you have it installed properly then check your bios to see if all 6gb is registering for real.
Is there any beep from the motherboard?
First thing that you need to check is the RAM. unplug the power cord and remove the RAM. Now, plug in the power cord and try switching the Comp and see if there is a any sound from Mobo. It should idealy warn you that there is no RAM with continous BEEP. If that happens, the Mobo is fine.... Grab a new RAM and try it out. The system should boot now. (If there was "No RAM warning beeps" when you switched on the system without RAM).
There are many issues that may put down the Mobo but in most cases its the RAM that stops functioning...
Try this and see if it helps. Please post your result here so that we can see if you need further assistance.
As you probably know 3 long beeps on an Intel motherboard is memory failure. Even if RAM is good your Motherboard may have problems in reading your ram module. If you are using a PCI or AGP video card try also removing and putting back video card, video adapters use shared RAM and can give you troubles with RAM. Always perform all maintainance on motherboard with power unplugged and avoid to touch contacts and circuits with your finger. If the 1GB module is new, verify with seller that your motherboard support this memory, some motherboard do not support double density RAM.
Here is suggestion:
Disconnect the HDDs and other storage devices and then start your machine.
If this does not isolate your problem. Try changing the keyboard.
Hint: also make sure your motherboard is not touching the metal cabinet anywhere. If so it can cause serious damage to your system.