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Defective system board.
Memory refresh failure.
1
Faulty DIMM or defective system board.
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2
Faulty DIMM.
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Defective system board.
Timer on system board malfunctioned.
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Defective microprocesor.
Microprocessor error.
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Defective system board.
NVRAM shutdown register read/write error.
10
Defective microprocessor or cache card.
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Faulty video adapter.
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Error
Beep Codes
Defective system board.
Memory refresh failure.
1
Faulty DIMM or defective system board.
Error occurred in first 64 KB of main memory.
2
Faulty DIMM.
Read or write error occurred in first 64 KB of main memory.
3
Defective system board.
Timer on system board malfunctioned.
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Defective microprocesor.
Microprocessor error.
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Defective system board.
Gate A20 failure.
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Defective microprocessor.
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Missing or faulty video adapter.
Video memory read/write error.
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Corrupted system BIOS program or defective system BIOS chip.
ROM checksum value does not match value encoded in system BIOS.
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Defective system board.
NVRAM shutdown register read/write error.
10
Defective microprocessor or cache card.
Cache memory error.
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Faulty video adapter.
Video adapter failure.
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Loose video cable connection or defective video cable.Faulty video adapter.
No monitor connected.
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POST Beep Codes

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Defective system board.
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Faulty DIMM or defective system board.
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2
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Defective system board.
Timer on system board malfunctioned.
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Defective microprocesor.
Microprocessor error.
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Defective system board.
Gate A20 failure.
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Defective microprocessor.
Microprocessor-execption interrupt error.
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Video memory read/write error.
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Corrupted system BIOS program or defective system BIOS chip.
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Defective system board.
NVRAM shutdown register read/write error.
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Defective microprocessor or cache card.
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Faulty video adapter.
Video adapter failure.
12
Loose video cable connection or defective video cable.Faulty video adapter.
No monitor connected.
13
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