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When starting pc I hear several long beeps,and pc dont start,when removing the 4 pin power cable from PW1 slot then beeps stops but no boot
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Medion Motherboard
I had this problem with my Medion... what model is yours? The beeping is a code and indicates what the problem is. I called Medion support ant they asked me how many beeps and all that... they determined that the motherboard was toast and replaced it under warranty.
Posted on Nov 04, 2007
You could try re-seating your ram and your video card if applicable.
2 beeps generally upon post depending on the bios is video or unstable ram.
Depending on how many sticks you have on the board try re-seating them if that doesn't work diagnose the faulty stick by putting them in 1 at a time.
Hope this helps
Posted on Jan 19, 2008
SOURCE: atx12v1 cable
The repeating single beep with a small pause (actually 3 Beeps a Pause) clearly indicates problems with RAM .Replace it ,your problem will be solved . As for connecting the 12 volt 4 pin connector all mobos are designed to sense the presence of this 12 volts and ONLY THEN TURN ON.
Posted on May 06, 2008
I'm having the same problem with my ECS K7S5A ver 3.1. The problem is that that I reset my FSB to an unsupported frequency using a 3rd party BIOS.
Unfortunately this is not the solution you're after, yet probably the only option. To fix the problem you're going to have to contact the manufacturer of the motherboard and let them know that you need a new BIOS ROM chip. You'll have to send the board to them and they will replace the chip for you. Depending on if you're still under warranty or not there may be a fee involved.
Sorry to see it happen to someone else, it is quite devastating.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
It sounds like either RAM or VIDEO problem to me. (I can't remember the specific beep sequence for AMI bios errors).
Hard to diagnose in Laptops.... if it was a desktop you can just start swapping out the RAM DIMMS..... are you techo enough to check whether you have 1 or 2 RAM cards installed? If 2 then run it with each card in turn to see if it boots (indicating 1 faulty RAM stick). If only 1 then try running MEMTEST on it to see if any errors. (I like HIRENS if you have it... I think it usually has latest MEMTEST on it).
If your cards all pass then its very likely a video problem. If its onboard video with no expansion slot (likely in a laptop) then you may be buggered.
Let me know if you need a hand doing any of the above.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
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