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Asus a8n-sli deluxe long beeps

Well the motherboard will not go through post, i get a long beep, followed by another long beep....the GPU is fine, the memory controller is the only thing i can think of.....any ideas?

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  • newrevo Oct 01, 2008

    yeah the thing is it was working fine for 2 years now and this happens out of no where....and as long as i know the chips are compatible, we even tried other ram and still the same thing.....??

  • newrevo Oct 01, 2008

    thank you though

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Are you absolutely certain that your chip is compatible with your motherboard?

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