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Random Shutdown and Beeping

I am having a problem with my motherboard. I have used some memory tests and some other various testing programs. It seems to happen when ever I use a program that uses a lot of ram space. It will shut down and not give me a blue screen of death or an error code but it starts to beep randomly. I then have to turn it off and restart the computer all over again. I have tested teh ram in another computer and it works poperly. This is in my gaming rig so it is kind of a problem to have it fail halfway through a game.

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  • Jeremiah Bassi Mar 23, 2008

    Yea I just tried that and I can't find the options in the Bios. and I don't think has anything thing to do with the graphics card because I am also tryign to install vista on a second partition and everytime it reboots to finish the install it does it. Thank you for the help though

  • Jeremiah Bassi Mar 23, 2008

    k I'll try that

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I think your game's graphic need more shared memory.

go to your biops setup and shared more memory in advancedd option.

then start your sys i think your pro is solved.

Posted on Mar 23, 2008

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    kishor khatri Mar 23, 2008

    i think *********** bord get hitting event

    check your heat sink and processor fan.

    check *********** bord not touch thecabinet or grounding.

    first put away your motherbord from cabinet.

    then remove all device and connection except ram, harddisk anddisply option.

    then check your sys isrestart ornot

    check your smps, power cable ,home earthing problem.

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