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Hi ' first try to check all wire if it is insert properly but if still not working good the cause is sometimes errors on hard drive to boot your system because of bad sectors ' try to reinstall a new operating system,thanks for using fixya. . . . .
Go into the BIOS settings, Usually press the Delete button during the initial boot, and check the settings for the HD setup. Check your MB manual for BIOS access, and correct setup for your hard drive. Possible it's looking for a RAID array and not finding that.Or some similar issue. Also see that the HD is plugged into the correct socket. With SATA sometime, some sockets are ONLY for RAID drives.
Possible a memory socket is bad. Make sure you are using the correct type of memory including parity and compatible speeds. It is recommended to use like memory sticks in each slot. Some PCs even require the sticks to be equal memory capacity. User's guide should tell you what the compatible capacities and speeds should be. If you don't have the manual, you can get by looking up your PC model number on Gateway.com.
the problem is software, there is nothing wrong with the processor as the machine boots showing that the processor works, have a look at your memory and clean it. This problem occurs because there is a limited amount of kernel space available for kernel drivers so there is not enough stack space for processing the exception. its an operating system problem, try and boot into safe mode and perform a system restore by pressing F8 on boot up
You're Foxconn board uses the Award bios. The long beeps you are hearing are telling you there is a problem with you're memory. You're pic does not look like the Foxconn P9657AB-8EKRS2H MB as shown in the user manual. Found on This link. http://www.foxconnchannel.com/product/Motherboards/detail_overview.aspx?ID=en-us0000297 The pic on Foxconn's site does but not the manual listed. The motherboard uses four 240-pin slots with 1.8V for DDR2 memory only. (Question? Did you're ECS MB use DDR2 memory)? If you have more than 1 DIMM installed remove all but 1. Move the DIMM into the closest slot next to the CPU. Boot the PC & check for beeps. If still presant move the DIMM to the next slot & try again. Continue this through all four slots. Than try another DIMM. If the mother board continues to beep as mentioned than call Foxconn. (There is a bios update mentioned below for memory). The CPU may come into question. (It’s revision). You may have to call Foxconn for this information. (580-272-0035). They do not place this information in their user manual. Most users have to call. The rev of the CPU may conflick with the memory causing you to receive the bios beeps. (I have had to return 2 boards for this reason). I picked an Asus board over Foxconn. I have come across this with Foxconn motherboards these past two years. Suggest you update you’re bios. Foxconn has a revision dated, 3-28-2008 for memory before you call. After bios update test the memory again for beeps. Still there? Return the board is my suggestion. It’s a guess that the red led will go away after the memory issue has been addressed. Normally there is a green led on most motherboards. This means standby. The board has power connected. I could not find any reference in the user manual * .pdf, for R450. Good Luck ninjo61! Mike
Open System properties, click hardware tab & than click device manager. Scroll down to Sound, video & game controller. Do you see a yellow ! . This means you need a driver or intergrated controller is bad.