Question about Ultra Products Ultra M923 Full Tower ATX Case (ULT40125) ATX Mid-Tower Case
When I first received the computer and put it together, everything was working just fine and running great. When I tried adding a second monitor things just went bad. The display at the top of the case is showing half numbers and the HDD and fan display are not moving. The computer will however continue and finish booting up to the windows screen normally but it won't stop beeping, from the time I hit the power button to the time I shut down. Even after I removed the second monitor and set everything back to the way it was, the loud annoying beeping will not stop and the display is still messed up. Any solutions?
The problem is the board on the case's display. It has temp alarms for your components(video card, hdd, cpu), there are temp probes for you to set so you can monitor these temps. However the board that controls these functions, or at least mine and many others I have read about, is defective. It will change display constantly and sometimes have garbage display. It is setting its own limits for what is considered a hi temperature. The limit it has set for one of your components is < room temperature so it thinks you are having an overheating problem. You can manually set the limit for overheat and it will fix it for a while, but it will prob happen again.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
Mine started beep continuasly after I plugged a second monitor to my video card also. The display went blank, and the beeping started. After I checked all my connections, reset the video and RAM cards, I pulled the LED display off (four scews) . On the back of the display, near the middle of the card is a reset switch. After I push that the beeping stopped and the display started working again.
Posted on Nov 22, 2010
Mine was working fine and one day the front panel started to beep and when I checked it was that the CPU fan was too clogged with dust (after 14 months) then I realized quickly that these newer computers work with much more airflow than the older ones that I had and since then I just clean them far more often (every 6 months or so). In that case the front panel beeps simply warned me that the CPU was starting to overheat so it did its job.
Now, about the time it had 3 1/2 years it started giving me 5 beeps every few minutes or so. I checked everything and everything was working fine but the motherboard BIOS and the overclocking utility were indicating that the CPU fan RPMs were at zero.
I checked the fan and it was running just fine so I bypassed the CPU fan connector to the panel and I plugged the CPU fan directly to my mobo (MSI X58 Platinum) and the BIOS started to report the fan RPMs again and so did the overclocking utility of the mobo which previously was giving me an alarm too because of the zero reading of the CPU fan RPMs (It sounded like those red alerts from Star Trek).
The problem is that he 5 beeps continued as before and all other sensors were in place as always (HDD temp sensor, VGA temp sensor and CPU temp sensor) I checked them and they were in the right place firmly.
I simply realized now from what I read on the web that the front panel must have started to malfunction. I checked the continuity of the cables with a tester but they seem to be fine. If I plug the CPU fan into the front panel connector as before it reports the RPMs in the front panel but not to the motherboard. In the mobo they appear as zero. So I will keep the bypass and leave the CPU fan plugged directly to the mobo (the mobo has its own buzzer speaker anyway).
What you can do if that pesky buzzer keeps annoying you is simply to pry it off the small board and bye bye with it. Anyway most other cases don't have this functions and the mobos work fine without them, you will miss the temp alarms yes but like I said many mobos have their own buzzer connector and you can buy one for next to nothing in computer stores and plug it in the mobo buzzer (speaker) connector so you have your mobo error beeps which is a good idea.
You can also use together with those mobo buzzers a software utility (like the one I mentioned) that loads at startup that can warn you if the CPUs or fans are having trouble of some kind.
If you bypass the front panel by disconnecting the two white connectors you will loose the system ON LEDs that look kinda pretty and of course tell you hat the PC is activated but they are not an absolute necessity cause you can get a single led from an old PC chassis or from a PC parts store or maybe from Radio Shack (you have to know what kinda LED to use so ask around) and plug it in the mobo power LED pins and then attach it to the chassis in one way to the other (Radio Shack have LED holders too that can be placed in the chassis with a hole).
If you don't want to loose those nice blue LEDs then do as I told you and pry (very carefully and making sure that the PC is disconnected of course) the panel buzzer off. If you are sure that the PC is working fine and this is just a problem of the front panel which causes the buzzer to malfunction then no problem in removing it, the front panel may "think" that there is an error and try to keep beeping but the buzzer wont be there to annoy you anymore. Problem solved.
Posted on Sep 17, 2013
The last time I had a problem with my computer beeping at me like that and it was related to video was when the video card was not completely inserted and set into the AGP port. If it sounds like it is just random beeps without any real pattern then it might just mean that the 2nd plug caused a short and now there is a physical hardware problem. If it is beeping in a particular pattern then you should look up the beeping sequence with a google search...such as 3 short, 2 long 2 short means ....there are hamsters in your CPU fan.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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