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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
theat sound is sign of memory needed to your motherboard, try using a brush to clean your memory, after that you can put your memory again
or you can try to clear cmos with short the jumper the right next battery cmos, short pin 2,3 and power on yor pc. after that put in normal position
the last try to change your power supply with a new
i hope it can solved your problem
Posted on Mar 17, 2008
there might be problem with SMPS also. I mean there is one signal comming from SMPS - Power Good
if that singal is not comming then machine shows this kind of symtoms.
To check Power Good from SMPS -
a) small wire/ pin
1) Disconnect all power supplies going OUT from SMPS.
2) Locate the Orange Wire , Green Wire, Blackwire
3) Now insert small pin / wire into Black + Green wire (Make them SHORT) and provide power to SMPS --> SMPS will get started.
4) Now check the Multimeter rating for Orange wire --> it should not be less / more than 3.3 - 3.6 volts. --> If it is less / more then there is problem with your SMPS and you need to get it repaired.
5) In india it will take near about 100-150 Ruppes to repair SMPS.
You can replace your SMPS with other working SMPS (best option will be your friends system) and check whether same symptoms occurs or not.
Other Damedge -
If SMPS is working fine then there must be problem with FEW SMDs available on your motherboard. For this repairing in INDIA it should not cost your more than 600-700/-
Posted on May 29, 2008
SOURCE: motherboard problem
If your cpu fan is faster,it may be due to a higher frequency setting.
The frequency that it runs best at is 60 hz, but it can be running at 70 hz or higher.
Posted on Jun 14, 2008
Obviously, it could be a transcient error or what we call the soft error. There could only be two culprits if you encountered this kind of problem. One is, it could be the power supply. If the power supply is faulty the electricity that flows within it (which is AC converted to DC)could have a lower or higher amount of electricity instead of a normal rate.
But if your PSU is working properly ( you could check it by swapping the PSU to another system unit ) then it could be the MOBO. According to standard IBM POST error codes, no beeping sound could be a faulty PSU or MOBO. It is more practical but to replace the MOBO, but still you could use the memory, videocard, HDD and other devices.
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
have you thought about changing the battery on the motherboard, also checking that the fan on the cpu is seated properly with enough heatsink paste as both these issues will stop the pc from booting
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
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