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AK77 Pro won't boot, won't go into setup, just beeps

As stated above it just beeps over and over.Won't boot,go into setup, and F8 doesn't help,The Lcd's don't light nothing, just beeps.How do I reset the board so it will go into setup and safemode to correct this.

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  • Anonymous Dec 18, 2008

    It has on it's face PhoenixBios, K7 Bios and the number is 000523180. The beeps would fall into the long catagory, it's longer than the post beep.

  • Roberta Smith
    Roberta Smith May 11, 2010

    first ... look at the board and find out the name of the bios... ami etc... and count the beeps... long and short beeps



    Robert

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Remove bios battery from motherboard for few seconds
and bios will reset

Posted on Dec 18, 2008

  • D3moz Dec 18, 2008

    if you wanna reset bios then remove bios battery from motherboard

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Can you get into the BIOS at all? Not sure what your motherboard is, but usually F1, ESC, DEL, or F10 get you to BIOS.

Without a diagnostics card, or built in diagnostics like some gaming or server boards have, the beeps may tell you what is wrong if you go to the manufacturer web site and look in your product manual.

If you can get to BIOS, some have a restore function to get you back to a different state, but even if that is not the case, you may be able to see something like a bad drive or memory chip being unrecognized that will identify the problem. If no to the BIOS or the BIOS was no help continue on:

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