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Update bios

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CLEAR CMOS.

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Replace your cmos battery.

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Check your system USB connector having any short circuit, you can test it by removing all USB connections. Then again it showing USB over current error it is related to your Motherboard ICH problem, motherboard to be replaced

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1> Next if all have the same mother board than check for the cmos setting in the peripherals option and look for the usb support drives is enable or not.

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I am getting 1 long beep and then 6 short ones


Hi canturob,
When a system reports a check sum error the bios is telling you the information stored from the last working boot does not match the current settings stored in the bios. Please power down your MSI system, unplug the power cord. Open the case & clear the bios. Location of JBAT1 on page 3 in manual.
Clear CMOS Jumper: JBAT1 page 10 in the manual. Remove the battery/cmos. Check it's voltage with a volt meter. It should test to 3volts DC. Anything less & the battery needs to be replaced.
While in the case re-check all data cables & power cables for good connection.
The MSI board uses the Award bios. Your current beep code of 1 long & six short is not a common beep code for the Award bios. See bios beep codes here: http://www.bioscentral.com/beepcodes/awardbeep.htm

If the battery checks out ok, you may need to update the bios. Go to MSI: http://global.msi.com.tw/index.php?func=downloaddetail&type=utility&maincat_no=1&prod_no=205
To update your MSI bios (Option only if bios clear fails to resolves the check sum issue).

Good luck canturob!
Mike

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Press F4


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"always message to press F4 at the time of star up". this problem happen when CMOS detect any error. is also happen if CMOS battery fail (Chack sum error).

to solve this problem at first check CMOS battery (it voltage less then 3V or not) if it bad then replace it. u can buy this battery form any computer accessories shope.

or if u not connect floppy drive, and controller enable. if u desable floppy drive contoller from CMOS setup (in intel mother board is show BIOS setup) then this problem solved.





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