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Non si vede niente dal monitor


tre bip lunghi potrebbe essere un problema della tastiera.
Nessun bip = difetto di alimentazione, problema alla CPU o alla scheda madre, periferiche in blocco.
* Un bip = tutto funziona normalmente.
* Due bip = errore POST/CMOS.
* Un bip lungo ed uno breve = problema con la scheda madre.
* Un bip lungo e due brevi = problema video.
* Un bip lungo e tre brevi = problema video.
* Tre bip lunghi = errore tastiera.
* Lunghi bip ripetuti = errore di memoria.
* Brevi bip ripetuti = difetto di alimentazione, problema alla scheda madre.
* Continui alti e bassi bip = surriscaldamento CPU.
guarda anche questo sito
http://www.sergiogandrus.it/index.php/2007/08/22/hardware-significato-dei-bip-beep-del-pc-allavvio/

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EliteGroup P4VMM2 Motherboard are compatible with intel core 2 duo?





Support only socket 478

P4VMM2 (V8.1 & V.7.3)

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