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Problem with starting the computer

I have this motherboard. It worked great till yesterday. I pulled out RAM and put it back. And now the computer won't turn on. I hear that lousy beeps every 10 seconds. Is it possible that BIOS was locked or something else concerning hardware changes??

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Re: Problem with starting the computer

Remove the ram and check for any dust deposits in the ram slot, if you replaced the same ram stick, it should be alright. If you need to you may need to reset the bios, by way of the JBAT 1 terminal CLRCLK, or CLRCMOS terminals or similair, so refer to your manual. Also remove all peripherals apart from the ram processor and hard drive and try again, if you have 2 ram sticks try one at a time

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Step 1
Start by reinstalling your RAM memory. Pull the pins on each side then remove the sticks of RAM. They should be in there pretty firm. DONT wiggle them out, just pull straight up. Then put them back in with the pins still "out". They should be firm to go in as well, again DONT wiggle just push straight down. Both the side pins should lock into place on there own once the RAM is back place properly.
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3 beeps mean that computer ram has failed

replace your ram and then start your computer

if you have more than 1 ram stick try removing one and then start your computer, if it still doesnt try removing the other one and place back the first one

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I thunk your rite it met its maker, sounds like you followed all the test procedures, and unfortanuly that's what happens from time to time working great on min then gone to the GB in the sky the next. unless you have a DX card or know someone that has one, (and thats only to confirm its dead) sounds like you need a new system board.

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