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POST-Beep-Code List availible for Phoenix-BIOS? ECS 755-A2

I cleaned my Power-supply from dust by vac. Rebuilt it in the case, pluged in all conections, and after turning power on i got one single long beep followed by the same after a few seconds. What the hell does it mean?
(ECS 755-A2, Phoenix-BIOS, AMD3000+, 2x 512MB DDR-II RAM (PC1600) , ATI Radeon 256MB)
Where could I get a complete POST Beep-Code list for different Bios- manufacturer (e.g. AWARD, Phoenix), or are they the same?

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  • pcrp May 11, 2010

    Try re-seating every thing.
    Phoenix bios emit morse code like beeps.
    Ie 1-1-2-1
    It could be that the board has been damaged during rebuild. They are quite fragile.


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The problem is with your RAM. Try installing the RAM in another slot. Install your AGP card slowly. I can assure about your motherboard yet you have no problem without assembling. Keep informing.

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Computer POST and beep codes
The computer power on self test (POST) will test your computer to make sure it can boot properly(test hardware and sys requirements), once it does the computer will then finish the boot process. Normally, if your computer passes the POST test it will beep once or possibly twice. If the computer fails the POST then it will either not beep at all or generate a beep code.

The beep code you receive can indicate what may be wrong with your computer. The beep codes vary depending on your motherboard BIOS manufacturer(AMI, Award, Phoenix). You can find what BIOS you are using by paying attention to the BIOS screen when your computer boots up. It should tell you what brand BIOS.

You can usually find the meaning of your beep code by doing a simple google search i.e "phoenix beep codes". Below, I have provided links to sites which go over beep codes and their respective meaning.

AMI BIOS Beep Codes
Award BIOS Beep Codes
Phoenix BIOS Beep Codes

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Make sure you have the correct front panel header connected correctly to the case wires. Open you're manual to page 12 under the English section. There you'll find a picture of the front panel header & how to connect the case's LED's to the motherboard.
If you no longer have the manual you can download it from ECS at this link.
http://www.ecs.com.tw/ECSWebSite/Products/ProductsDetail.aspx?detailid=381&DetailName=Manual&MenuID=1&LanID=0
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Example, pin 1 is the + for hard disk drive & pin 3 is - for the hard disk drive. Cases vary on wire colors, normally if each connector has a common colored wire (solid color) that common wire would be the negative. Stripped wires are negative. Other cases use white colored wires as negative & colored wires as positive. As far as you not receiving any display. Try removing the AGP card & clean the copper contacts. Clean with alcohol.
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If you still fail to get display, re-check the connection from the monitor to the case. Try you're monitor on another system. If good than you're video card could be bad. You're motherboard can run an 8x/4x speed AGP 1.5volt (only) graphics card.

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You may have a short between the board & the case. (check it).
Even if this means removing the board. That clicking you hear through the speakers suggest a short. Make sure your using (Stand offs) which keeps your board off the case's mounting surface. Check the back plate so the tabs are touching the ports comming off the board for good ground.
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Well you really need to get a manual for that. Check the website and download the manual with that model, for sure there is one.

I guess you have connected all the connectors there incorrectly so better look for a manual.

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had a similar problem with a box i built. Your power supply has two connectors. One long one and a 4 pin connector. Make sure that four pin connector is connected.

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