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Mother board crash will not start

All I am getting is a beep bee, windows will not start.
Its a KV8 PRO MOTHER BOARD

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  • Chinmay patil
    Chinmay patil May 11, 2010

    After starting the system keep pressing Num Lock key on keyboard and check if the light on the keyboard is turning ON and OFF.If the light is not going on/off.then there is a problem with your RAM or Display card.Please check this and reply.

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If it is a continous beep .... beep .... beep, then the RAM is the problem. It might be loose or the slot might be dusty. Try taking it out and changing the slot. If still the same problem, then try replacing the RAM with a new or borrowed one. If that works, replace the RAM.

If it is one long beep and 4 - 5 small beeps, then the display card (which is mostly onboard on your motherboard) might be faulty.

HTH,
Regards,
Deboo

Posted on Feb 17, 2009

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