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If the thermal paste is melted or the processor socket is melted.

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How can I get my computer out of safe mode?


With the machine unplugged from the wall remove the battery from the motherboard. Then with the machine still unplugged press the On button for 30 seconds to dissipate any remaining electrical charge on the motherboard. Then re-install the battery, plug the machine back into the wall and see if it will boot normally.

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6 beeps what dose it means


Dell beep codes:

If your computer beeps during start-up:
Run Dell Diagnostics to identify a more serious cause.

Beep Codes Your computer might emit a series of beeps during start-up if the monitor cannot display errors or problems. This series of beeps, called a beep code, identifies a problem. One possible beep code (code 1-3-1) consists of one beep, a burst of three beeps, and then one beep. This beep code tells you that the computer encountered a memory problem.
If your computer beeps during start-up:
Dell Diagnostics to identify a more serious cause.

Contact Dell for technical assistance.




Code Cause 1-1-2 Microprocessor register failure 1-1-3 NVRAM read/write failure 1-1-4 ROM BIOS checksum failure 1-2-1 Programmable interval timer failure 1-2-2 DMA initialization failure 1-2-3 DMA page register read/write failure 1-3 Video Memory test failure 1-3-1 through 2-4-4 Memory not being properly identified or used 3-1-1 Slave DMA register failure 3-1-2 Master DMA register failure 3-1-3 Master interrupt mask register failure 3-1-4 Slave interrupt mask register failure 3-2-2 Interrupt vector loading failure 3-2-4 Keyboard Controller test failure 3-3-1 NVRAM power loss 3-3-2 Invalid NVRAM configuration 3-3-4 Video Memory test failure 3-4-1 Screen initialization failure 3-4-2 Screen retrace failure 3-4-3 Search for video ROM failure 4-2-1 No timer tick 4-2-2 Shutdown failure 4-2-3 Gate A20 failure 4-2-4 Unexpected interrupt in protected mode 4-3-1 Memory failure above address 0FFFFh 4-3-3 Timer-chip counter 2 failure 4-3-4 Time-of-day clock stopped 4-4-1 Serial or parallel port test failure 4-4-2 Failure to decompress code to shadowed memory 4-4-3 Math-coprocessor test failure 4-4-4 Cache test failure

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Blackout in Motherboard, what is the problem


1) Not trying to sound like 'Mr.Negative' here, but even a new Power Supply can be bad. Happens.

2) http://ee.gigabyte.com/products/page/mb/ga-8gem667k/

I see Electrolytic Capacitors all over that motherboard.
(Radial Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors to be more specific)

Leads me to the following;

If you have tested the three main voltages coming out of the Power Supply, 3.3 Volts (DC), 5 Volts (DC), and 12 Volts (DC), and know the Power Supply is good, take a look at the capacitors on the motherboard.

Look at the one's immediately surrounding the Processor socket.
THESE are used in the motherboard voltage regulator circuit, for the Processor.

They are NOT the only ones, used in the motherboard voltage regulator circuit, and specifically referring to the one's for the Processor.

There are others not close to the Processor socket, that are also used. (For voltage regulation for the Processor)

What am I 'talking' about?
A Processor has to have a steady, 'clean', supply of Voltage.
It MUST also be kept in the voltage range for the Processor.
Cannot have too much, or too little voltage.

More on the motherboard voltage regulator circuit,

http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/616

Upon reading the article it will detail how to find all of the capacitors, that deal with voltage regulation for the Processor. You have to follow the circuit traces on the motherboard.

Visual identification of bad Electrolytic Capacitors,

http://www.capacitorlab.com/visible-failures/index.htm

{NOTE* Sometimes the Electrolytic Paste inside the capacitor dries up, and the capacitor shows no outward visual signs of failure ]

Find some bad Radial Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors?
Identifying manufacturer, and codes, for values,

http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/How-to-Identify-Japanese-Electrolytic-Capacitors/595

One place I recommend to buy Radial Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors,

http://www.mouser.com/Passive-Components/Capacitors/Aluminum-Electrolytic-Capacitors/Aluminum-Electrolytic-Capacitors-Leaded/_/N-75hqw/

[In the fields;

A) Manufacturer: Leave alone
B) Lead Style: Leave alone.
C) Capacitance: Click on the value you need.
D) Tolerance: Leave alone
E) Voltage Rating: Click on the value you need
F) Operating Temperature Range: Leave alone.
G) Termination Style: Radial

H) Dimensions: Leave alone. In the examples in the chart that will come up, you can find the Outer Diameter, and Length you need.

I) Product: Computer Grade Electrolytic Capacitors, but you may want to leave alone. All the capacitors that will be listed in the chart, ARE computer grade, at least.

Now click on -> Apply Filters <- stated under the fields to the Right.
Scroll the page down.

{ Remember these capacitors are rated in MicroFarads. -> uf, not PicoFarads, ->pf. Scroll it down }

Also, hope whoever had the motherboard before you, knew about Anti-Static Precautions. You have been following them, right?

Processor also has fresh, new thermal paste on it? Heatsink is seated tightly, and level on Processor?

The 4-pin ATX +12 Volt power cable is plugged in?

http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/connectors.html#atx12v4

For additional questions please post in a Comment.
Regards,
joecoolvette

Jul 15, 2012 | Gigabyte GA-8GEM667K Motherboard

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Why does my computer beep when I turn it on?


Here is a list of what beeps may mean:

1 long, 2 short Video adapter error: Bad or improperly seated video card Repeating beeps Memory error: Bad or improperly seated RAM 1 long, 3 short Bad video RAM or video card not present High-frequency beeps Overheated CPU: Check fans Repeating high/low beeps CPU: Improperly seated or defective CPU 1 short DRAM refresh failure 2 short Parity circuit failure in the first 64KB of RAM: Likely a bad RAM IC, or possibly one of the hardware tests has failed

Once you have identified what the beeping means you should contact the type of pc you have and ask what to do.

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Jun 25, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Inspiron 531s will not boot up, keeps beeping, saying it is in power save mode. How do I fix the problem


System Beep Codes The Inspiron™ 531 / 531s system can emit a series of beeps during start-up if the display cannot show errors or problems. These series of beeps, called beep codes, identify various problems. One possible beep code consists of repetitive three short beeps. This beep code indicates the computer encountered a possible system board failure.
The series of beeps has a 3-second delay before it repeats. The series and delays continually loop until you press the power button.
Code Description Suggested Remedy 1 BIOS ROM checksum in progress or failure System board failure; covers BIOS corruption or ROM error 2 No memory modules detected
  1. If you have two or more memory modules installed, remove the modules, reinstall one module, and then restart the computer. If the computer starts normally, reinstall an additional module. Continue until you have identified a faulty module or reinstalled all modules without error.
  2. If available, install a good memory module of the same type into the computer.
  3. If the problem persists, contact Dell.
3 Chipset error (North and Southbridge chipset, DMA/IMR/Timer Error for Intel® platform); chipset error System board failure. Power LED is blinking amber. Time-Of-Day Clock test failure Gate A20 failure Super I/O chip failure Keyboard controller test failure 4 RAM read/write failure
  1. Ensure no special memory module/memory connector placement requirements exist.
  2. Verify the memory modules you are installing are compatible with the computer.
  3. If the problem persists, contact Dell.
5 Real time clock failure. Possible battery failure or system board failure.
  1. Replace the battery.
  2. If the problem persists, contact Dell.
6 Video BIOS test failure Video card failure 7 CPU cache test failure Processor failure

Oct 06, 2010 | Dell Inspiron 531s Desktop Computer

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Will not power on and screen is blank


Will have to start from the power point and work your probe from the powerr supply to the main board.
You can come to a conclusion with this test and then to pinpoint , might need more instructions.
So to start with open panel check fuses, if blown replace, if it blows off again failure in power, failure of capacitor, rectifier, SM drive.
If power is OK, and goes fine to the board but with no signs of life , check on the processor voltage, Oscillation. If not possible faliure of the controller.
Take help to identify and confirm this section, so as not to tamper.
Hope this helps. Good day

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My board does not turn on and its beeping. Ive counted 7 beeps. i tried replacing the memory with known good ones but still the beeping persist.


MSI states that 7 beeps means "Virtual mode exception error "


Explanation: Virtual mode is one of the different modes that the processor can run in. The system is reporting an error when testing this mode.
Diagnosis: There is a problem related to the processor or motherboard. Note that this doesn't mean that the processor is necessarily dead, since the system won't boot at all with a dead processor.


Not knowing the price of either your processor or the board it is hard to say what to do for the best

Good luck
AMI Beep Code Deep Code Description 1 short DRAMS refresh failure 2 short Parity circuit failure 3 short Base 64k RAM failure 4 short System timer failure 5 short Process failure 6 short Keyboard controller Gate A20 error 7 short Virtual mode exception error 8 short Display memory Read/Write test failure 9 short ROM BIOS checksum failure 10 short CMOS shutdown Read/Write error 11 short Cache Memory error 1 long, 3 short Conventional/Extended memory failure 1 long, 8 short Display/Retrace test failed AWARD Beep Code Deep Code Description 1 Long, 2 Short A video error has occurred and the BIOS cannot intialize the video screen to display any additional information

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I am getting three short beeps while booting


The beep codes below may help you identify the possible computer problems. However,
they are only for reference purposes. The situations might differ from case to case.
gAMI BIOS Beep Codes
*Computer gives 1 short beep when system boots successfully.
*Except for beep code 8, these codes are always fatal.
1 beep Refresh failure
2 beeps Parity error
3 beeps Base 64K memory failure
4 beeps Timer not operational
5 beeps Processor error
6 beeps 8042 - gate A20 failure
7 beeps Processor exception interrupt error
8 beeps Display memory read/write failure
9 beeps ROM checksum error
10 beeps CMOS shutdown register read/write error
11 beeps Cache memory bad
g AWARD BIOS Beep Codes
1 short: System boots successfully
2 short: CMOS setting error
1 long 1 short: DRAM or M/B error
1 long 2 short: Monitor or display card error
1 long 3 short: Keyboard error
1 long 9 short: BIOS ROM error
Continuous long beeps: DRAM error
Continuous short beeps: Power error

Nov 03, 2009 | Gigabyte GA-7VKML Motherboard

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Server continously beeps 5/6 times over and over againcan anyone identify with the problemcheers


Hi, this type of error alert is most often related to RAM chip failure.
If you have more than one chip, swap them around or try to boot using 1st one chip then the other to identify the faulty one.
Replace this and all will be ok.
Regards mistyman

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