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Motherboard makes several loud beeps when turned on

I recieved a Ms-6390 v30 motherboard a couple of days ago that appears to be like new. Its outta a HP pavillion I believe. Anyway when you turn the power switch on it starts beeping loudly at once. they are very unusual long repetative beeps have tried several things jumper settings and such any ideas?

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Re: Motherboard makes several loud beeps when turned on

Is the memory the right type? It sounds like the board isn't sensing any memory. HP do often use boards that have particular memory dedicated to them. Should be DDR RAM pc3200 (unbuffered, and you can have up to 2048mb Ram Max. (2 Slots)

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Hello you can download the manual here:

Pease unzip the file, and you need adobe reader to read the content.

Other files like the drivers, can be selected in the download box
but first select your windows system.
Have you connected the wire right on the mainboard ???

The connections look like this:


Good luck

Jan 13, 2013 | MSI MS-6390 (-6390-010) Motherboard

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Ms 6390 one long beat mean???

if you mean a long beep this is called post pre operating sytem the very first work is done by the ram,all the memory in the ram is first transferred to the hard disk,and remains active untill turned off.
make sure your ram modules are securely seated with no dust in the sockets also check motherboard to hard drive leads uncluding electrical extensions make sure connections are good and dust free
hope this helps you

Aug 29, 2011 | Motherboards

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Beep on start up

one long beep then 3 time short beep is mean ram problem, check your ram, plug off cleacn it then plug on again, if still beeping its mean your ram was damaged change with new one
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Jan 23, 2011 | MSI MS-6390 (-6390-010) Motherboard

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May be you do not have appropriate drivers for your motherboard. You can download them from the following website

In case this does not resolve your problem, then please provide some more information about your issue.


Apr 22, 2010 | MSI MS-6390 (-6390-010) Motherboard

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MSI only have the manuals for this Mobo in English and are available for versions 1.0, 2.0 and 3.0 at

Nov 10, 2009 | MSI MS-6390 (-6390-010) Motherboard

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Why won't MB recognise new 2 x 1Gb Memory?

The motherboard does not support 1 GB modules; 512 MB is the maximum the motherboard will recognize. Usually, the computer won't even work if the memory isn't supported but in this case it does.

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Apr 26, 2009 | MSI MS-6390 (-6390-010) Motherboard

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I am not finding drivers for MS 6390 ver.2 motherboard

DriversGuide has them,

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Increasing Memory Ram

According to the memory configurator at your motherboard has two RAM slots that can handle one gig of PC2700 RAM each.

Look here for more information.

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