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Continuous beep Just assembled a pc using the Asus p5b deluxe mother board. when I turn on the power, there is a continuous beep and nothing is showing on the screen. what could be the problem?

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I have looked up the code you describe. It is best is you go to the site and see for yourself. I am providing a link. You also might try removing all the cards except for the video to see if anything changes.

http://www.computerhope.com/beep.htm

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