Question about Asrock K7S8XE Motherboard
Just installed new psu, switched it on to hear most annoying....beep.beep.beep.....beep.beep.beep.....beep.beep.beep.... you get the picture i am sure...help me please before i reach for the hammer. i have taken everything out of slots, i have changed the memory sticks around, still beep.beep.beep its ringing in my ears. :o(
Depends on the BIOS. The beep code means ether the memory or CPU. Since you are attempting to install a another CPU its probably a problem with the CPU itself (dameged or incompatible) or a BIOS setting problem. Also make sure you always use thermal paste. The replacement CPU might be heating up and not functioning.
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