Question about Intel n440bx - Server Dual Slot1 Motherboard N440bx 686238

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After sucsessful installation old win OS on workable server the very next day BIOS was gone (black screen) and no beeps at all. Then jumping J2J1 to recovery boot (10-11)-no results, only 4-3-4-3 short beeps began sound. All are disconnected but CPUs,memory and keyboard. Upper CPU is warm always (of any two),and the down CPU is always cold (of any two). Floppy is inoprative (MB-?),workable itself. So any hope for renessance or MB is dead? thanks stanislav

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Find out which BIOS is installed (websearch on server model) then search for Bios Beep Codes for that BIOS. Check what 4-3 4-3 means, you may find it is something simple. If you can get floppy working you may be able to flash BIOS but again you need to know which one

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SOURCE: intel server

http://www.pcmag.com/encyclopedia/term/38515/beep-codes
find this to read.

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