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This page http://en.kioskea.net/faq/4162-restore-an-asus-netbook-to-factory-settings should help you do your Asus Factory Reset. Hope this helps.
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Posted on Apr 19, 2014

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Perform a soft or hard reset on your Asus Eee Pad Transformer Android tablet if it is not functioning correctly. Here's how.

Soft Reset

You would want to soft reset the device in the event that it has become frozen or unresponsive. To do so, press and hold the Power button on the top-left side of the device for about 10 seconds until the device powers off.

Hard Reset

A hard reset (also known as a factory reset) will clear all data and settings from the memory of the device and set it back to factory default settings. You can perform hard reset on the Asus Eee Pad using the Android OS menus or the hardware buttons.
Method 1 1. Power the Eee Pad off.
2. Press and hold the Volume Down button on the left side of the device, then press and hold the Power button.
3. Continue to hold both buttons until a bootloader screen appears.
4. Wait for the prompt that says to "Press <VOL_UP>" then press the Volume Up button to start the process.
The Asus Eee Pad will complete the hard reset process and reboot into a factory default state.
Method 2 1. Open the Settings app.
2. Select Privacy.
3. Choose Factory data reset.
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I would open it up, remove the hard drive and memory. Then see if you can get into the BIOS. Then put back the memory and try again.. Do you hear any beeps at startup?

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Just powering on my new ASUS M4A88T-V EVO Motherboard to check if I have my connections done right, Receiving two short beeps then no beeps, Trying to find out what that means


2 Beeps? maybe Parity circuit failure


it is responsible for generating and checking the parity bit on the system memory when parity checking is used. This circuitry is not working properly.

This code usually means a problem with either the system memory or the motherboard.

Try to reset the cmos remove the battery. if not check the memory,try clean the gold surface of the memory using pencil eraser.

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The issue most likely lies within the new memory.
Try to get to a bios boot screen without memory installed.
If that works, the new memory is defective.
Report back if you have any issues.

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check the cpu and try other memory modules or if you have more then one try them one at a time. try also reset the motherboard

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The Asus P4S800-X MB can use Dual channel DDR memory and single channel memory. The dual channel memory which comes in matching packs. (Normally 2 DIMMS per pack) is the faster memory.
In other words if you are installing, 4- 512MB DIMMS of PC3200 all memory should be matched,
or you're MB may not see all connected DIMM'S.

See page vii in you're manual. If you're running windows XP, Home or Pro edition the bios will show up to 4GB of memory installed but windows XP 32bit will only show 3GB of memory. As mentioned above all 4 of you're 512MB of memory should be dual channel and run at the same speed. You can run both single channel and dual channel but you must follow Table 1 in you're manual. (1-9).
Example; PC3200 400MHz.
Or 4-512MB PC2700 333MHz. See page 1-9 for memory configurations and the QVL list supported.
Check out Asus FAQ's; http://support.asus.com/faq/faq.aspx?SLanguage=en-us&model=P4S800D-X&product=6&os=17

This should help you configure the memory.
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1)Make sure the jumper that resets the board, is on the right position based on manual.
2)Reset memory stick(s)
If this does not work, try using USB keyboard and mouse.

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If you are using the motherboards built in VGA graphic display, check your bios settings. Open your manual to page 2-22. Read the page.
Make sure you have the bios set to, Primary Graphics Adapter [PCI-E] set to, [IntVGA].
Set the internal VGA to, [Enable]. You will also need to set an amount of your system memory for the VGA to use. It is recommended if you are using Windows Vista that you increase your 1GB of system memory to, 2GB. Or instead you can buy a decent PCI-E video card that will use its own memory instead of your system memory. If you do this you'll need to change the bios settings to, Primary Graphics Adapter [PCI-E].
Also change, Share Memory Size to [Disabled].
If you need the manual for the Asus P5SD2-VM. Click on the link below;
http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?modelname=P5SD2-VM&SLanguage=en-us

Click the dropdown menu & click on your operating system. Than click Search. Asus list all drivers, manuals, FAQ's ect.
To view the manual you'll need Adobe Reader. You can download Adobe for free at this link;
http://www.adobe.com/products/reader/

Again, if you do not have any display & your using the built in VGA graphics card try resetting the bios. Doing this will reset the bios back to normal default settings. The bios will auto use the built in VGA. To clear the bios see page 1-22.

Good luck!
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