Question about ASUS P4B266-C (P4B266-C WA) Motherboard
First I tried to install a bigger memory card, but when I turned it on, it started beeping. I checked all the other cards (video, sound) and it continue beeping. As I had another motherboard (asus p4b266c) I replaced. After that it didn't work at all.
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Your bios needed to be set with the correct memory speed on your old motherboard or it did not support the memory you added or it was in the wrong memory slot or size. The beeping was telling you it was a memory error. I need more info such as processor and memory speed and type to help. What is your old motherboard? It sound like Bios settings but I need to make sure the memory and processor will work with *********** board.
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
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If the PC boots properly, then this beep is normal. It is an audio cue that the PC has passed the POST and started to boot.
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