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The fault could be the cpu, wrong type of ram, a faulty ram module
or a fault in the mainboard.
Check all the settings in the manual and the bios aswell.
Here is a list of beep codes: Basic Beep Codes for ABIT AWARD BIOS Motherboards
No beep at all - this means your motherboard is dead, either due to a defective or underpowered power supply, poorly seated CPU or RAM, or a dead-on-arrival board
One beep - board is working fine
One long beep then machine shuts down - faulty, improperly installed or missing CPU
1 short(Beep) System booting is normally
2 short(Beep) CMOS setting error
1 long - 1 short(Beep) DRAM ERROR
1 long - 2 short(Beep) Display card or monitor connected error
1 long - 3 short(Beep) Keyboard Error
1 long - 9 short(Beep) ROM Error
Long(Beep) continuous DRAM isn't inserted correctly
Short(Beep) continuous POWER supply has a problem
A two-tone siren, generally caused by overheating or out of specification voltages
Four beeps then machine shuts down. This is because this version of the BIOS will shut down your machine if no fan tachometer signal is detected on the fan header. Make sure you attach a fan to the FAN1 or FAN4 header or clear CMOS to reset to default (no checking).
I still did not find beep code that match your problem..
Anyways here are the common beep codes for your motherboard.. it might help you too. 1. No beep - no reaction, the mother board is dead, power supply problem, processor and or ram problem. 2. 1beep - board is working fine. 3. One long beep then it shuts down - cpu problem, your processor is not working or missing. 4. 1short beep - system boots normally 5. 2short beeps - CMOS setting error. 6. 1long 1short beep - dram error 7. 1long 2 short beep - video card or monitor not connected 8. 1long 3 short beep - keyboard error. 9. 1long 9short beep - ROM error 10. Long beep - memory card is missing or not connected 11. Short beep - power supply error 12 Four beeps - there is no fan detected on Fan1 or Fan2 header. make sure to attach or reset CMOS bios to factory setting.
Well it will not hurt you're board if that's what you want to know. Depends what devices you have plugged into the board. If you're running 4 serial ATA SATA's. Two CD/DVD drives. A floppy drive & an AGP 8x graphics card. The 400w should do just fine. (You can never run too high a PSU source).
I'm running 4 serial ATA 7200rpm SATA's, 2 DVD-ROM's, a floppy drive. 1 PCI-E graphics card. Four, 4" case fans. Skt 939 Dual core 4200+ CPU & my 550w has been stable for over 2 years.
This is a memory detection fault.
Remove and reseat memory, try one at a time.
If no joy then reset the bios at the JBAT1 terminal put jumper from pins 1-2 to pins 2-3 for a few seconds then back to pins 1-2.
Restart your pc hopefully then set time and date in standard bios settings and check hard disk is recognised.