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I have a mb ms8308ep and when i push the power button, don't start but generete 8 beeps. what should i do...? 10x for the assistance

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A single beep means that everything is fine
multiple beeps suggest that there is something worng either with the motherboard or with the devices on the motherboard

8 beeps mean that the video card is faulty

change your video card

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