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Beeping sound emitted from motherboard

I have a beeping sound, although the sound card is ok so, comimg from speakers and PC module which still occurs when the speakers are off.

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Re: beeping sound emitted from motherboard

this is due to a faulty connection of your motherboard. did you recently changed anything in your motherboard like wire connection, RAM etc.
check out soon or else it might harm the computer....

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Hello, I am the technician that will be assisting you today. My name is Norman-Wynne Damstra.

Welcome to Fixya, Sadael.

Yes some-times the case/computer chassis does not have an internal BIOS/CMOS beep code speaker built in.

So what you will need to do is go to your local computer store and purchase a mainboard beep code speaker. You may even find it online at your favorite computer store.

The modern speaker is very small compared to the older mainboard beep code speakers.

Your computer will continue to work without the speaker, the beep code speaker is there to help diagnose/troubleshoot problems when they occur.

Take care!
Norman-Wynne Damstra

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My motherboard gives 8 beeps and shows no video, I tested with several video cards and gives the same result. when the computer beeps (normal as it recognizes that although the bios), then emits...

Continious beep codes are caused by the memory (RAM). Try reseating your RAM just plug it out clean it then put it back in. Or try the other memory slots. Just transfer your memory to the other slot if you have an available slot on your motherboard. Or simply buy a new memory (RAM). Just make sure it is compatible to your motherboard. Beep codes means the computer is not reading the memory (RAM) properly. There is no post and no video in your computer because the RAM is not working properly.

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No display and no beep sound, CPU fan working

Hmmm, I have seen a few people reporting this problem with this motherboard... seems to me that it might be a bug in the bios. Well, I had exactly the same problem. It did not even give a beep sound when the memory was completely removed. I was convinced that the motherboard was faulty. Then I thought of trying the following that helped:

On the board the JCMOS1 has 3 pins and pins 1 and 2 are closed in normal operation. Moving the jumper to pins 3 and 4 puts the motherboard in clear CMOS memory mode. So this is what I tried; I move the jumper to pins 3 and 4, pressed power a few times (although I don't think that is necessary), and after about 30 seconds I moved the jumper back to pins 1 and 2. Then when I pressed power the motherboard FINALLY emitted a beep and started up. On first start up I got a message, something to the effect of "CMOS checksum error", but I was then able to go into the bios reset defaults. I then saved and went out and my motherboard has been working fine since then. Hope this helps someone who has a similar issue.

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Shuts down with long continuous beep or freezes

if you are getting these kind of problems your pc shutdown and after that you hear a long beeping sound, then the problem here is you memory module, remove your memory and have test to other cpu unit if the problems occur there then a new memory replacemnt is necessary

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No disply of my motherboard plzz help mee.

Good day sir/maam, hi, if your motherboard wont turn on, you need to make sure that these 5 things are in good order. (By the way, disconnect everything except these listed 5.)
  1. (PC is on) Your power supply, make sure that the exhaust fan is spinning as you turn it on.
  2. (PC is off) Your memory module, (ddr1 or ddr2) clean the contacts using an eraser(pencil) the gold plate contacts and a clean brush your motherboard memory slot.
  3. connect the casing's pc speaker on the motherboard.
  4. connect a video card, make sure its good. If you are using the motherboard's VGA, dont connect a video card. Temporarily reset the CMOS, use or locate cmos battery jumper setting. usually its 1&2 set the jumper to 2&3, then back to 1&2. connect a good monitor.
  5. Connect a keyboard.
Now power on your PC, check your Keyboard, you should see two sets of lights: first set (NUM LOCK + CAPS LOCK + SCROLL LOCK) then a few seconds the second set (NUM LOCK only). at this point you should hear a beep from the PC speaker.

If not, you may hear 1 long and 3 short beeps. bad video card. OR continous beeps, bad motherboard.

If you did not hear anything, do it all over again several times.

Still not working? replace your motherboard, its bad.

hope this helps.

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4 short beeps

4 short beeps indicates memory problems. Either the RAM modules are incompatible or they are faulty.
Are you trying to increase the total RAM if so use the same modules from the original manufacturer but larger capacity but the same speed.

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No video from motehr board, no beep on power up?

No video and no beep on power up. Your video card is failure and internal speaker is lost, so You can't hear beep sound. or may be motherboard problem. You insert a external Video Card in PCI slot, if video is ok, so your video chip is damaged.


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try reseating the memory chips or video card

take the card out, anything that loose.

if beeping occurs means something is loose.

the memory might be bad too.

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