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Mother board does not boot

When i start the system the motherboard beeps continously

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  • Anonymous Nov 22, 2007

    when the computer turn on, only hear three long beeps continuosely, no display

  • anim Dec 29, 2007

    no display and no beep sound when i start my system

  • Anonymous Feb 15, 2008

    switch on, everything powers up, but no screen display & motherboard gives slow regular beeps continuously

  • ftank Feb 18, 2008

    ga-8s661fxm-775 won't boot

  • Artie43 Feb 20, 2008

    Got a warning beep from the PC speaker(continuous), so I shut down & cleaned
    all the dust from inside the case using canned air & a vacuum
    cleaner w/brush. Was playing call of duty 4 when the beep occurred.
    Did not notice any change in performance. PC would not boot after
    cleanup. Booted ok next day, but hung up after a bit. Reset hung
    after the windows screen with the precessing bar at the bottom. Shut
    it down & it would not boot again for an hour. I did notice the
    heat sink over the NVidia chipset was too hot to touch. I am thinking
    it is time for a new mobo & cpu

  • Anonymous Mar 02, 2008

    wont boot . no beeps fan on cpu works hard drive works cd/dvd works. had power supply checked . its fine . put new agp video card in . satill dose not work

  • kllllrrrr Mar 11, 2008

    bought new mother board new ram new 7600 nvida card new moniter.and still get nothing everything powers up but nothing comes on my screen am getting ready to take it back for diffrent motherboard.these don't apper to be that good and by the looks of it a lot of people are haveing same prob.

  • Mano_Negra Mar 13, 2008

    my board ECS 945GCT-M/1333 with Intel Pentiun Dual Core E2200 LGA 775 2.20 GHz 800Mhz FSB simply doesn't boot - have exchange from my old PC case previous Mb, power supply >300W. Nothing starts-PWR_SW (6, 8) cc, nothing starts.

  • Anonymous Apr 07, 2008

    System boots but beeps contineously after win xp logo displays and windows starts.

  • paulo cesar May 08, 2008

    ao ligar o computador e ler a memória ele emite a seguinte mensagem :cmos check sum-error default deload motherboard gigabyte fc 8vm533m-rz






  • Anonymous Jun 03, 2008

    I get 3 beeps. 2 long beeps then one short Beep. My POST card shows FF after the 3rd beep then it just appears to hang.



  • kimpognrath Jun 21, 2008

    My computer haven't found any HDD when i set up new windows XP sp3.How can fix this problem?And i don't know my motherboard, but i know my computer is ACER aspire 5710Z,HDD 80GB,RAM 512MB,CPU: Intel celeron.

  • wilycouldoit Jun 22, 2008

    added 256 memory and all the sudden 5 second long beeps contiuously. all fans are working fine led lights all come on .cant hear the processor kick in no monitor computer will not boot. I pulled memory out cleaned and put back I allso cleaned video could this be a bad memory module?

  • Tsepa Jul 03, 2008

    need you assistance please, attaché here is the scan copy of my motherboard. The reason why I am writing this is because after I have switch off my computer on Saturday morning everything was fine but the main problem was that my son tried to switch it on because I was not around. What happen is that there was no connection of mouse or the keyboard so when I try to switch it on, on Sunday it didn’t work, so I thought it was a power supply but it wasn’t after checking thoroughly I dismantle it yesterday and try to check where the fault is but still it didn't work? I don't know whether the fault is with the motherboard , because I also change CPU to check whether it didn't affect but the CPU works from the other motherboard which is the INTEL 478 CPU.





    e-mail : joh.lledwaba@cma-cgm.com

  • wrenchbob Jul 10, 2008

    no boot, hi low sound from pc speaker

  • adamsmith Aug 08, 2008

    I'm having the same problem - I get intermittent 2-second beeps (longer than the usual startup beep), but my problem is a bit more in-depth.

    I recently installed Kubuntu on my external hard-drive, but because I had to boot through the external drive (with GRUB), it took forever and a day to boot - everything had to transfer through USB to get to the processor.

    Now, to remedy this, I tried to resize my partitions and move my Linux install to my normal hard drive. However, when I resized the partitions, it wiped all of the external drive, and thus, GRUB's master boot record. So, for about three days, when I turned it on, I'd get a quick beep and a GRUB error message - either error 17 or error 21, depending on whether or not I had my Kubuntu boot disc in the drive.

    This, however, may not even be related to my problem. All I needed to do was get into the repair console with an XP CD and use the fixmbr command, then I'd be good.

    The problem started after I popped open my computer to check what kind of RAM I have. I also gave it a nice thorough dusting with an air canister, because it was pretty terrible in there. I removed my RAM card to check whether it was DDR 300 or 400 (it was 400), then popped it back in with the clamps in place. When I put the cover back on, I got the 2-second startup beep, and no video output. I think it might just be that I jostled the RAM card, but it could be a symptom of a deeper problem. Anyone have suggestions?

  • Anonymous Nov 12, 2008

    DO NOT USE ASUS MAINBOARDS !!!

  • knelso55313 Dec 03, 2008

    I recently tried putting a comp together and i'm positive all the connections are right, the cpu is seated right and the video card looks perfect and fits perfect but i get CONTINOUS beeps from the motherboard when i turn it on, semi-long beeps with a 3 second pause before it beeps again. One source i found said for this motherboard that is a ram error but i wanna be sure, anyon got a answer?

  • Anonymous Dec 05, 2008

    a large beep when i start the computer. after a seconds begins a lot of beeps

  • jackrabbit44 Dec 08, 2008

    Small alarm (buzzer) located on motherboard continually beeps.

  • Anonymous Dec 17, 2008

    my board has a problem that i could not find to anyway.i describe point by point:there are,
    1. it has no bit alert
    2. it never show displey

  • Anonymous Jan 18, 2009

    i have no image on just a long beep, followed by a pause and then another long beep,

  • jhiepicones2 Jan 25, 2009

    my board has a problem that i could not find to anyway.i describe point by point:there are,
    1. it has no bit alert
    2. it never show display3.i replace video card but still no video at all enyone can help me my problem

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Actually tell us what and how is the beep coming and what is actual problem. is the pc starting or not or the display is coming or not Thank u Regards Anand patil Hyd

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    not displaying just beeps none stop

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Try to clean your system like the cpu,videocard and memory and also clean there pin in a white eraser and put it back and boot your computer...

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Your memory are deffective try a new memory and installed it....if does not work..check all the connection in the motherboard...

Posted on Oct 17, 2008

Check the compatability of HDD, and connection between motherboard and power supply, it does not work,change the Power plug cable, check all necessary connection if its properly connected....

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No display no beep

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Ok folks when i bought my new case for the motherboard there was nothing to seperate the board from the case so i put black electrical tape in between the board and case but missed a spot and when i put the screw in it was shorting out the board and when i called gigabyte they said that it was something else so they had me take the board out and do all this other stuff after about 15 min of this i realised i knew more than the person on the other end(been working on computers since the first 8088 came out) so said thanks and started looking over the board that was when i realised the mistake i had made with the screw.so put the tape on it and it worked perfectly..but symptoms were the same as bad video card or bad memory or bad power source even thoe the beeps were telling me it was bad mem i knew better so be sure to check all your connections for grounding out

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Yea, the beep codes are very useful in diagnosing the problem. Take note of the beep codes. From what I've gone through, most problems are because of bad contacts due to dust. Dust and rust could get in the way of the memory module or videocard. When you take off the memory module or videocard, dust off the socket and clean the memory's contacts. Be sure you are static free by wearing anti-static band or touching the computer case before touching anything.

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Find the brand name of the Motherboard. And see if you can get on the internet somewhere else or another computer. Must of the times the beeping will be in a pattern. usually the website for the motherboard will have a code sheet for the beeping. It could be bad RAM to CPU overheating. detemine if the beeps are in apattern or on just all of the time then look it up and it usually is pretty helpful about finding the problem.

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