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You can try resetting the BIOS settings by following the procedure in annex. If this doesn't work, you will probably have to replace the system board.
Posted on Oct 14, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
SOURCE: no post to bios on new pc build
FIRST....... Make sure you remove the stock thermal compund (pasty/sticky stuff) from the bottom of the heat sink as well as from the top of the cpu.........
Second APPLY some ARCTIC SILVER 5 compound-ust a thin coat of it over the top of the cpu......use an old credit card.....keep it ff the sides and bottom though......it's important not to use too much........one little tube will do anywhere from 3 to 5 CPUs...!!!
(stock thermal paste/thermal compunds......**** BADLY and can cause a cpu to burn up)
reseat (properly) the cpu and carefull
Now make sure you're 24 pin or 20+4Pin Power connectors are connected, as well as your fans..........disconnect all your SATA Devices, and remove everything but the video card , CPU, and fans.......Now it should post (if all your jumpers are set correctly...........
IF it still doesn't post, remove the video card and reboot.
If it doesn't beep at all......... You have one of 2 things.........A DEAD CPU, or a DEAD MOBO
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
Tips for a great answer:
The continous beep usually means a memory failure (RAM) or video memory if a plugin card is used.
Check to be sure the unit sees all of the memory, a weak power source( without AC adapter) could cause a partial failure of one memory card.
Another fault would be that the battery is very low on charge and won't accept any charge.
hope it helps
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