Have u just upgraded the memory lately or anything if so take the memory out and try ur old ones againg i brought two memory but one was nackerd so i had to take it out that caused mine to turn off unexpectedly
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check the memory card remove the memory from the socket and clean them with a cloth insert it if the beep still occur change the memory card and also check the graphics section in the motherboard to verify insert a new graphics card suitable and switch on the system
Make sure you have installed the correct type of ram into the board. Here are the ram specs for that board
• Memory: Support DDR2 533/667 MHz 2 x DDR2 DIMM Memory Slot Max. Supports up to 4GB Memory
Hope this helps
Five long beeps for a modern motherboards indicates a processor failure. If you wish to remove the processor and re-seat it (reconnect it to see if it begins to work again) make sure to get some thermal compound to put between the CPU chip and the heatsink. More info at: http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/How-To-Correctly-Apply-Thermal-Grease/274
POST AMI BIOS beep codes
In this case when it is always beeping during the computer is on. You need to check the memory stick if it is not faulty. Remove the memory stick and clean it from dust. Clean also the memory slot and reinsert the memory stick. If the problem still occur try to use the other memory slot.
Either a dodgy power supply that keeps getting cut off for brief moments, but long enough to disrupt the power.
A graphics board problem. I've seen multiple compluters runnig 2 screens where the second screen whould randomly go black and come back with the detecting analogue/DVI signal. This was solved by switching to an Nvidia graphics card
you quote one of your memory sticks as being pc 2700 when earlier in your text you qoute pc3200.
Firstly pc 3200 is 400 mhz clock speed memory.Secondly, pc 2700 is 333mhz clock speed and you acnnot mix the two on the same board. Thirdly does your board support 3ghz anyway. If you are running a board at 400mhz, pc2700 memory will not run at 400mhz.
Solution, take out the pc 2700 memory and all will be well.
Hi there on the board there is a speakers socket( 2 or 3 pins) near the power connections for front switching,try booting with no ram after you get a speaker connected or piezo buzzer,change out ram if you can
1) unplug power cord for 10 minutes Then when booting 2)Try setting your BIOS back to default 3) Remove all fittings on M/board except foot Video and memory. Including hard drive DVD CD etc and see if computer boots if it does try fitting others one at a time (with computer off of course )rebooting each time These are only some suggestions to define if M/board is OK
Hello, I have had similar problems with that same motherboard in the past and have found that resetting the cmos (see users manual) or just taking the battery of the motherboard for a few minutes can solve this. CAUTION please remove the power lead on your tower before touching any components inside, and earth yourself first by touching metal.. as static discharge kills pc components..
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