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Buzzer on motherboard sounds

When I turn on the power the cpu fan comes on the the buzzer sounds and the fan stops. The buzzer keeps sounding till the power is shut off.

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This is a Soyo motherboard which was discontinued some time ago. Soyo does provide some support, though, with drivers and the manual located here:

http://www.soyo.com/content/Downloads/155/&c=37&p=146&l=English

The buzzer you are hearing is the ABR Buzzer. ABR stands for Anti-Burn Regulator. Circuitry on the MB monitors the internal CPU temperature, and when it rises above a certain level, the buzzer sounds and the system will shut down, to prevent the CPU from being fried.

In my experience, this is typically due to a malfunctioning CPU fan. You said yours is spinning at boot, so it might not be the fan. It may also be that you are trying to use a CPU that is not fully compatible with the motherboard (especially one that is 6 years old). If this is the case, the ABR software may be mis-reading the data from the CPU, thinking it is overheating, and then shutting it down.

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