Question about Computer Processors
I recently purchased a new motherboard and processor because my old processor overheated. I installed CPU, memory, and video card and i get all the fans and lights on but no beep codes or POST when the system is running. There is no video, although the screen does flicker when i turn the power switch on. In short, all fans + lights on, no POST or beep codes. I RMA'd this motherboard because i thought it was the problem but am getting the same problem with the new motherboard Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 Conroe 2.4GHz LGA 775 MSI P6N SLI Platinum LGA 775 NVIDIA nForce 650i SLI ATX Intel Motherboard EVGA 256-P2-N615-TX GeForce 7600GT 256MB 128-bit GDDR3 PCI Express x16 SLI Supported Video Card 650 watt power supply
Could be a bad power supply or you could try this fix its really strange but it fixed my m8's pc The reset switch may be fried making the pc constantly reset itself just unplug ur reset switch and see if it works
Posted on Aug 03, 2008
It could be because of your processor.. i have the same problem. At this point, i think it is because of the processor.
Posted on Oct 09, 2007
Dear please reassmble the sysetm maybe it's cause of your fault assambling bye
Posted on Sep 22, 2007
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Turn on your PC and listen for a beep. Your computer runs a diagnostic upon startup called "post." Post checks for the basic requirements for your system. This includes RAM, processor and video functions. If those three basic elements are working properly, you will hear one beep from your computer's speaker and you can be assured your processor still works.
If you hear multiple beeps, count the number of beeps you hear as this will help you determine if your processor is functioning properly. If you are running Phoenix BIOS, make sure you count and write down the beep sequence.
Consult your motherboard's BIOS instruction manual; there will be a section on the "post" startup. Five beeps means a processor error for most standard AMI BIOS systems. The number of beeps you here will tell you the problem your computer is experiencing that is preventing it from booting up. Once you know how many beeps to look for, you can safely determine if your CPU is still functioning properly.
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