Question about Intel D915PBL Motherboard
The POST (power on self-test) routine checks the video card, RAM, keyboard, etc. and makes a series of beeps which if there are alot of beeps may sound like one long screechy sound. Reseat the video card if you are using an AGP card, the RAM, check the CPU release lever on the side of the socket as well as the heat sink/fan, the drive connectors and the keyboard. If it still screeches then remove all but one RAM stick, the drives except for one drive, if you have an onboard video connector use that and remove all other PCI cards and the AGP card. If no onboard video then leave the video card in ensuring that it is lined up and seated properly and connect the keyboard. Doing those steps should fix the problem or isolate the problem to the faulty component.
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
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