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Same thing Now when i boot, the system shuts off and theres this alarm that goes off. I'm completely lost.

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Bad power suplly alot dust in it blow it out screw mobo screws tight down reseat everthing inside chesak power plugs is it well vented

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IROG-1 at start up keeps repeating how to fix

Not sure what you mean, but I assume that you mean that your computer starts to boot but never completes the boot process into Windows, it just freezes. Am I correct?

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GA-81945GZME-RH alarm then shutdown

Gigabyte Support > GA-81945GZME-RH mobo > Main Support page,

[MOtherBOard ]

Click on the Downloads tab.
(Advantages / Overview / Specification / Downloads / etc)

To the right of - Download type: - click on the blue Down Arrow.
Click on Manual in the list.

To the right of the English heading, click on the country name nearest yours.
This is a PDF file. The computer you are using now has Adobe Reader on it, which uses PDF files.
After you click on the country name it may take up to 30 seconds, before the first page comes up.

Hover your mouse cursor towards the Bottom/Middle. The ghosted out navigation guide will appear.
Go to the far right, and click on the Adobe PDF icon.
(When your mouse cursor is on it, "Show Adobe Reader toolbar" will briefly appear )

You may have to increase, or decrease the view size.
Use the Zoom Out icon ( - ) at Top; to decrease.
Use the Zoom In icon ( + ) to increase.

Page 39 - 2.4 Power Management Setup

Scroll down a little;

Resume by Alarm
"You can set resume by alarm to be enabled, and key in Date/Time to power on system.

Disabled -> Disable this function. (Default value)
Enabled -> Enable alarm function to POWER ON system.

If Resume by Alarm is enabled,
Date (of month) Alarm: -> Everyday 1-31
Time (hh; mm; ss) Alarm: -> (0-23) (0-59) (0-59)"


Jan 01, 2013 | Gigabyte GA-EP43-UD3L Motherboard

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Audable alarm on asus rampage board goes off as soon as pc is booted boots into windows no probs but the alarm squeels constantly

the beeps are post during post the very first work is done by the ram,all the memory in the ram is first transferred to the hard disk,and remains active untill turned off.

make sure that your RAM is securely seated

One bad lead can cause a computer to continue on a cycle or to shutdown or fail to detect your hard drive

Test all leads that attach to your hard drive including electrical extensions,IDE,SATA

the leads from your ((motherboard to your hard drive)) make sure they have a secure connection and are not faulty or just replace them there probably old and faulty
make sure all leads that are attached to your drives dvd\cd 3 1/2 inch floppy have secure connections and are not faulty even the electic extensions or just replace them they could be faulty a computer needs its connections to continue its cycle and have an end so any faulty leads will end up with a computer error
hope this helps

Apr 21, 2011 | ASUS Rampage Iii Gene Desktop Motherboard...

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After replacing on board lithium cell, computer will not boot up. Goes through BIOS ok but no further, even tried replacing hard disk and booting from removable media drives (after setting BIOS...

Did you swap the Cmos jumpers from 1-2 to 2-3 to clear Cmos before replacing battery and if so, did you return them to their original position (normal as opposed to clear cmos)? If the jumper is still in the clear Cmos position, the board will not boot.

Try changing the Cmos battery, it may appear to work but may not be suited to the board

Disconnect all drives except the hard drive, unplug usb and sound cables, if fitted, remove graphics card and either test with another one or use the onboard graphics.

Jan 11, 2011 | ASUS A7V333 Motherboard

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No boot and CPU overheat warning siren. The CPU fan appears to be working. This old computer was recently packed up and moved, but booted once after the move.

Although the cpu fan may be working, the alarms are set to a temperature setting, so if the heat-sink that the fan is mounted gets clogged with dust ,dirt hair etc.. the processor temp rises and the alarm goes off. And in some cases if the user doesn't shut it down within a certain time period it is shut down automatically.
When you boot it up, the temp might be rising to that setting faster than the operting system can load.
Try a vac to clean it / or compressed air to blow it out

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I picked up a discarded complete computer with Abit AS8-V motherboard and standard CPU. The entire assembly had been immersed in floodwater. After cleaning, drying, and waiting a few days I powered it up....

Simple test: disconnect the hard drive and the optical unit and try to boot in BIOS. If you can't then the first thing you should check is the memory, followed by the processor. If you can then the hard drive is dead.  

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I was running a virus check, asked what to do, I said fix, computer shut down and alarm buzzer came on. now I don't get a boot sound

With the system shut down, unplug the power cable from the power supply. Open you're case and pull the memory from the system wait a minute than reseat the memory. Re-connect the power cable to the power supply. Try booting the system and enter the bios menu. (Pulling the memory will clear any memory resident virus). This has nothing to do with the alarm buzzer sound you heard. Typically the alarm sound is generated by the CPU. It's an audible warning that the CPU is over-heating. The CPU will shut down you're system so as not to damage the motherboard and CPU. (Suggest you check the CPU fan for dust build-up. Use canned air to help remove any build-up. You can also use a clean paint brush to help remove any dust from under each CPU fan blade.
It's also possible that the CPU fan is running far too slow and may need to be replaced.
See page 3-23 in you're user manual.
3-8. PC Health Status.

Open the link provided below for a new heat-sink and fan assembly for a socket 462;
If the CPU fan and heat-sink assembly seems clean it is also possible that the thermal grease / thermal tape between the heat-sink and CPU is too old and needs to be replaced. (Save this check for last).
Below is the link for you're motherboard;


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Pc not always booting,

blow out dirts on bord, then you pack the board to avoid any bridging with the cassing

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Unexpectedly lost graphics, but theres a story to the issue.

You mentioned that you disabled the on-board graphics card using the device mamager.
You should disable the on-board video card in the BIOS.
Go to the BIOS config and disable the Video.

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