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This POST beep code usually means a RAM problem. Try reseating your RAM module/s and reboot your computer. Try the BIOS setting and check the RAM size, does it match the total installed RAM. If you suspect the RAM is faulty, remove the RAM module/s and take it to your friendly computer repair shop and get them to test the RAM for you.
Continuous long beeps-RAM error 2 short beeps- BIOS error 1 long and 8 short beeps- Display Card error 1 long beep after few seconds 2 short beeps-FDC error 1 long beep after few seconds 1 short beeps-FDC is Ok 1 long beep and 2 short beeps-Display Card Error
Most probable cause is Ram memory, please try removing modules and reinserting, also try using alternately just one of them to determine which one is defective.
OPEN UR CPU AND OUT UR RAM FROM MOTHERBOARD AND START UR PC WITHOUT RAM IS IT BEEP OR NOT IF IT BEEP THEN CLEAN UR RAM AND RE INSERT IN MOTHER BOARD AND THEN START UR PC IS IT OK
IF NOT THEN PICOUT BATERY CELL 2032 FROM MOTHER BOARD AND THEN START UR PC
IS IT BEEP WITHOUT RAM AND CELL IF YES THEN CLEAN UR RAM AND RE INSERT IN MOTHER BOARD AND THEN START UR PC
IF IT IS OK THEN CHANGE UR BATTERY WITH NEW ONE
IF UR PC BEEP WITHOUT RAM BUT NO DISPLAY WITH RAM THEN CHANGE UR RAM WITH NEW ONE.
Hi, The problem is the system memory, get yourself a clean, dry soft paintbrush, remove the power cord from the back of the unit, remove the memory and clean the brass contacts on the memory modules, next clean the memory slots of any dust that may have built up and reseat the memory. Put the side panel back on and plug in the power cord then power up.
Pls go through the steps given below... 1. Ensure that the 12 volt 4 pin connector is fixed correctly 2. If there any Beep sounds(Long beep=Memmory complaint) 3. Try replacing or re-installing RAM and HDD 4.Try with another SMPS (Display will not come if 3.3V,5V....missing)
The exact fault code indicates RAM or a problem accessing the RAM. Check that you are using recommended/Approved RAM as ASUS and ASROCK (the budget arm of ASUS) are notoriously fussy with RAM. If it all checks out then your northbridge could be dead and it will probably be scrap.
You may need to reset the bios by finding terminal 'JBAT1' and put jumper from pins 1-2 to pins 2-3 for a few seconds, then back to pins 1-2.
Check the memory is seated correctly and graphics card if fitted.
Ensure you have'nt put too much thermal compound on the processor, it only requires a very thin application.
Rstart pc then set time and date in the bios setings and save ten exir for a restart.