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IBM 8650 continuous long single beeps

This wkstn makes continous long single beeps. I reseated the mem, vid, cpu, checked cables to mother and all seemed fine still beeped. I systematically removed all these components until there was nothing connected to the mother but the power and it still beeped. I went ahead and replaced the mother and replaced everything back into the new mother and still beeped. I am in need of advise.

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  • Trekietechy Apr 02, 2008

    Turned out it was a memory issue. IBM mpro 6850. The memory card must have the memory arranged in a particular order and only in this manner will it work. I found out by prallalel testing it with a identical model.

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Check your power suply,smps,and also check your motherbord dont touch the cabinet.
also check your processor case and clean it.

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try not reseating them but just using one at a time in the slots

also yeah reseating the CPU can help too, an over heating CPU will still boot up, but not advisable. make sure heatsink is present and fans are working. thermal grease is good too on cpu.

but check memory if you have mixed memory like 128mb and 512mb chips try smaller one first if it works then try the higher one.

but sounds like a memory problem, they can go bad almost instantly.

GL

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