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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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My motherboard power on but no eneything display


you need to clear CMOS by removing power cable and CMOS battery or jumper. pls test .remove the rams and check beeps by buzzer.
also good to change graphic card or use post diagnostic card anf test signal.
if no post code there are errors in cpu section or bios problem

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Loud Continious Alarm noise coming from the Piezo buzzer


You are definitely looking at a hardware problem. Your son did not cause this problem.
On the problem computer, disconnect everything but the video, power supply, memory, CPU, mouse, and keyboard.
Now try to start it up. It should start and tell you there is no boot device. If the noise continues, remove the memory and try to start it.
I'm not sure if you have an integrated video card or not, but if it's an add-on, you could try to remove that to see if you can quiet the system.
Once the system starts, plug things back in one at a time to get it working.

Apr 12, 2010 | ASUS P4S533-MX Motherboard

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I was running a virus check, asked what to do, I said fix, computer shut down and alarm buzzer came on. now I don't get a boot sound


soks3d,
With the system shut down, unplug the power cable from the power supply. Open you're case and pull the memory from the system wait a minute than reseat the memory. Re-connect the power cable to the power supply. Try booting the system and enter the bios menu. (Pulling the memory will clear any memory resident virus). This has nothing to do with the alarm buzzer sound you heard. Typically the alarm sound is generated by the CPU. It's an audible warning that the CPU is over-heating. The CPU will shut down you're system so as not to damage the motherboard and CPU. (Suggest you check the CPU fan for dust build-up. Use canned air to help remove any build-up. You can also use a clean paint brush to help remove any dust from under each CPU fan blade.
It's also possible that the CPU fan is running far too slow and may need to be replaced.
See page 3-23 in you're user manual.
3-8. PC Health Status.

Open the link provided below for a new heat-sink and fan assembly for a socket 462;
http://www.directron.com/a4004d.html
If the CPU fan and heat-sink assembly seems clean it is also possible that the thermal grease / thermal tape between the heat-sink and CPU is too old and needs to be replaced. (Save this check for last).
Below is the link for you're motherboard;
http://www.abit.com.tw/page/en/motherboard/motherboard_detail.php?pMODEL_NAME=KV7-V&fMTYPE=Socket+A

Cheers'
Mike

Feb 20, 2010 | Abit KV7-V Motherboard

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Cpu fan stop few second after starting pc


Hello,have you installed new motherboard or CPU?
Follow these steps again
1) Disconnect the power cord from the back of the computer & open up the case.

2) Wear an anti-static glove or at very least discharge your static by touching a metal surface or power supply

3) Disconnect the main 20pin ATX power connector from the motherboard & the square 4pin ATX2 power connector

4) Remove any PCI cards you have & disconnect ALL drive cabling from the MOTHERBOARD. Also disconnect any internal USB fly leads from the motherboard.

5) You should now have ONLY the cpu+heatsink/fan, memory & video card installed. Locate the round silver battery in the bottom right corner of the board. Just below it, you'll see a plastic jumper cap. This cap should be covering 2 pins (pins 1 + 2) with pin 3 bare. It will be marked JP1. Move the jumper to cover pins 2-3 instead. Leave in this position for about 30 seconds, then return the jumper to its original position (pins 1-2).

6) Reconnect the square 4pin ATX2 power connector & the main 20 pin ATX power connector. Make sure that the case speaker or buzzer is connected also.

7) Make sure the only external devices connected are the keyboard/mouse & monitor. Reconnect the power lead & power on the system

Let me know what happens

Feb 06, 2010 | ASUS M2N68-AM SE2 Motherboard

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I can't get even bios test?! what is my problem?


ok, now try to take out the memory, and power on again (you should hear long beep sound from the buzzer) turn off again and put back the memory . check your processor installaspellcheck.giftion (what is fan status?), now look for jumper near bios battery (clear CMOS), go to this link for more info about Clear CMOS.

Dec 16, 2009 | Gigabyte GA-8S661FXM-RZ Motherboard

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I have a kt400 Dragon motherboard I am hooking up. When I turn the power on the cpu fan comes on the the buzzer on the motherboard sounds and the fan stops and nothing works.


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.

The manual is one of the best I've seen as for detail and explanations, so I'd give it a look. This is the direct link for it:

http://www.soyo.com/uploads/downloads/manuals/k7/mk7vx4b12.pdf

Also, if you are trying to overclock the CPU, that can cause overheating in a hurry, and result in a shutdown. You might want to reset the motherboard to factory defaults (remove the CMOS battery, wait a bit, re-install it), in case a previous owner had been using overclocking.

Cheers
Nick

Dec 11, 2008 | Motherboards

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Intel d101ggc making buzzer sound at equal intervals and then pc hangs.


OK this buzz is suppose to be a beep.
The device you described is called apezo electric speaker and is suppose to beep a post code to help define a problem.

If it's buzzing and not beeping there is either a fault with the piezo or the motherboard is not receiving the amount of power it needs to properly drive the speaker.

OK back to the post code. The patern is important it should be a series of long and short beeps. The fact that it is buzzing and not beeping may make it difficult to determine the difference between long and short beeeps.

Try your best to hear a pattern in it. Whether its constant beeps or 2 short 1 long or any other discernable variation please post back the number of beeps and if there is a long or short pattern.
please post back here

Thanks
Dave

Nov 21, 2008 | Intel D101GGC Motherboard

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Buzzer sound from intel d101ggc motherboard


Check the fans in your pc, it sounds like at least one of them isent working properly and your pc gets overheated. When a pc going to warm it gets really slow and hangs.
My guess is that the CPU-fan dosent work properly and your CPU gets overheated, but check all the fans to be sure. The CPU fan runs cantantly, check so it dosent stop now and then.

Good luck

Nov 21, 2008 | Intel D101GGC Motherboard

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Buzzer sound from motherboard spkr


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

Nov 21, 2008 | Intel D101GGC Motherboard

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