Question about Intel Motherboard
Prhalad, every desktop pc & notebook has their own bios beep code's. These codes (beeps) vary in description. Ex: 1 long & 2 short - repeating. If you remove you're memory you will force a beeping error. No desktop or notebook will function without the system memory. Re-place you memory. If have no video display & you recently added a video card, chances are you did not seat the video card properley & you did not change the bios setting to boot to the video card you added.
To receive a better suggestion for a possible fix adjustment please list the model number of you're motherboard. Also if this is a desktop or notebook list the manufacture's name & model number & you're operating system (WinXP home/Pro/Vista).
It is normal to hear a single beep at boot-up. This is called
Power On Sefl Test. POST. Post checks the motherboard at every boot-up. If there is a problem post will run a series of beeps, known as beep codes.
Posted on Apr 11, 2008
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