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I changed RAM settings in BIOS, now I can't boot

ASUS P4S533-MX Motherboard Problem
I changed RAM settings in BIOS, now I can't boot - need to clean CMOS.
Tried to remove Battery, did not help, still when I boot, there is a looooooong beep which never stops

any help will be greatly appreciated

Jan

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  • jstefano928 Feb 06, 2008

    Thanks for all help, dear friends.... Tried to remove battery, tried to reset the jumper, still the same. PC will start, 1 normal short beep, then just one loooong never ending beep, and it's frozen like a stone

  • jstefano928 Feb 06, 2008

    Dear Gurus!



    Thank you for your suggestions, I found out what the problem was: Even I removed CMOS battery, changed Jumper, removed DIMMs one by one, no luck, becouse..... I forgot my KVM switch is feeding Motherboard even I turned Power off....

    Geeeeeez....

    Anyway, I am back online, Millon thanks for all your great help, guys!



    Good nite



    Jan

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And by the way,the reset of bios is done by switching the reset jumpers...with the computer off:)..dont get the baterry out unless it is absolutelly necessary.
after that set the data for the ramms.
bye

Posted on Feb 06, 2008

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    andi n. Feb 06, 2008

    the diagram for the position of jumpers youll find in the user manual of the mainboard.if you dont have such a book download it from the official asus site,like a pdf.
    do not do this without a strict knowing of the possition,or you will deliberately burn your board..
    good luck..bye bye

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Try jumpers ok move to 2 and 3 for few sec then back on 1 and 2 pins on mobo ok thx nick take ram out do one at time defult to auto in bios thx nick

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bye bye

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