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Buzzer sound from motherboard spkr

Iam getting a buzzer sound on regular intervals from the mother board. is it indication of something? if yes, then of what? i am worried that there is something wrong with it. please solve my prob if anybody has faced this situation before.

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Hi kuldeep11203, your Intel D101GGC board uses the Award bios. http://www.bioscentral.com/beepcodes/awardbeep.htm

Though the descriptions vary, I suggest you check your CPU heat-sink & fan assembly. Clean assembly from excessive dust build up. Remove CPU fan if possible & clean the heat-sink. Check the CPU fan, it may be turning too slowly & may need to be replaced. The average CPU fan runs between 2000 Rpm & 3000Rpm. Blow out your power supply with canned air. Disconnect & than re-connect the Main power connector (2x12) on the board. Item No# K, found on page 11 in your manual. Try these first. See if the buzz sound stops after a good cleaning.
If not replace the Heat-sink assemble with a new one. Check this link for a new assembly for LGA775 socket;
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=heatsink+and+fan+for+LGA775+socket&btnG=Google+Search&aq=f&oq=heatsink+and+fan+for+

Good luck kuldeep11203!
Mike

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