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1-5-1-1- beep code on Intel sds2 Mobo bought 2 new processors

Bought 2 new processors and still thr same result
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I can find that beep code anywhere in the service manual which you can get here: Click Here
From what your saying though you may need to completely clean the surface and then reapply the thermal grease

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Here are the BIOS beep codes

http://www.computerhope.com/beep.htm#05

As you will see 1-5-1-1 does not appear in the list are you sure you've counted correctly?

Posted on Sep 07, 2009

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