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2 SHORT BEEP AND 6 BEEPS ON BOOT Asus NCLV-D motherboard

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2 short = Parity circuit failure 6 beeps = Keyboard controller Gate A20 error

make sure all hardware is installed properly
retrace your connections to insure all parts
were installed correctly. you may have to disconnect and start from the
beginnig to correct this problem. disconnect all unneccesary prephrial
leave only the mouse /keyboard and monitor hooked up and try booting again . eliminate as you go to narrow down to the problem.

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