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I bought a new GB mobo (ga-g31mx-s2) and everything worked fine till I updated the chipset drivers - since then BIOS has been giving inconsistent beep codes on start-up... Sometimes I just get the single beep that means everything's working, sometimes I get the code telling me my keyboard isn't detected (even though it is - works just fine), sometimes the code telling me my graphics card isn't installed properly (but it is - works great), sometimes I just get one long unending beep that won't go away till I turn of the PC. I've talked w/Gigabyte's tech support and they told me to test it without peripherals and with only one stick of RAM - did that and still had the problem (tested it in steps - one stick of RAM, then two, then added a peripheral such as keyboard, then mouse, then one drive then another, then ethernet, and so on...). I've tried both the latest drivers and the original drivers that came w/the mobo (on disc), I've flashed the BIOS, I've tried everything I can think of. Gigabyte is telling me I'll just have to RMA it and get a replacement, but that would leave me without a PC for far too long. If you have any experience with this sort of thing, I'd greatly appreciate teh help!
Try this: open the system restore utility (built-in with win XP if you have this OS), then select a date before you updated chipset drivers. Everything should come back the way it was...it really is a WINDOWS problem that is trying to talk to BIOS but can't for some reason.
Posted on Nov 14, 2007
Having same problem loads up too xp sign on then monitor is blanki can hear xp loading, also just before it went down i had a concern with intel chip set not digitly signed so windows was saying problem with the driver for graphics card intel/chipset, and does not work with my pci express card. second day nice board?
Posted on Dec 18, 2007
Check your cpu fan. See if it is spinning during POST.
Posted on Nov 23, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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