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AOpen AX 34 Pro II Motherboard boot failure

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Recently my PC which has a AOpen AX 34 Pro II Motherboard has for some unknown reason failed to boot. This occurs everytime the PC is turned on and a speaker alarm sounds.

Appreciate any assitance provided.


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Well at least the mobo is still good for now, try a known good stick of ram, also try re-seating any video cards you may have.

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