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Matsonic ms9087c boot hang and beeps

Hello, i recently unstalled a new graphics card on my matsonic ms9087c board. now when i boot up the comp freezes and just keeps beeping. i shut it down and put back in the old graphics card and it does the same thing just beeps. i tried to reseat both cards, took out the ram sticks and moved them and set them back in, but the comp will not boot. i know it has to be an easy fix but i am now at my wits end with it! Help

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  • atfigure Jan 01, 2009

    i found this post on the net and it fixed my problem right up, just to be sure i did the jumper setting thing for both graphics cards and it worked

    by Methious ยป Fri Nov 23, 2007 6:56 pm

    This is kinda standard stuff you might have tried it already. Open the case, find JP1 it's a capped jumper with 3 pins, 2 are covered with a cap (this is cmos reset), it's usually the pin closest to the battery. Most times the cap on the pin is going to be the only one of a different color (white, red, blue) move the pin from pins 1 + 2 to 2 +3 for like 30 seconds (to reset cmos/bios). Move it back to pins 1 + 2 and try to start the machine. If that's a little to fuzzy to understand, unplug the power supply, remove the coin battery for like a minute (starves cmos/bios of the power it needs to maintain it's memory, same as jumping JP1 from 1/2 to 2/3) then replace the battery and try for a boot.

    Failing that try a different power supply.

    Failing that try unplugging every thing on the board one item at a time and replugging it, then try for a boot.

    Failing that go find a guy with a pocket protector or store it in the garage for parts.

    Good luck with it.



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Try re-setting the bios jumper, it's by the battery.

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