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SY-K7V DRAGON Plus! - SOYO
AMD Socket-A Based VIA KT266A Chipset ATX Motherboard
AMD Recommended Motherboard
D: DDR266 SDRAM
R: Promise IDE-RAID (0,1)
A: CMedia 8738 6-channel hardware audio on board
G: Universal AGP Pro slot
O: Overclocking, set up FSB by 1MHz increment
N: 10/100 Mbps Ethernet by ICS PHY Controller
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VIA KT266A / 8233 CE Version Chipset
Supports 200/266 MHz FSB
Three DDR 2.5V DIMM sockets support up to 3GB*.
184-pin PC2100/PC1600 non-ECC, unbuffered DDR SDRAM memory.
*recommended to use 3 sticks of DDR200(PC1600), or 2 DDR266(PC2100) memory on this board.
Five 32-bit Bus Mastering PCI slots (V2.2 compliant)
One Universal AGP Pro slot (supports 1x/2x/4x modes)
Expansion Slot Types
Five 32-bit Bus Mastering PCI
Four independent channels for 8 IDE devices (2 for RAID)
Supports up to PIO mode 5 & Ultra DMA 33/66/100
Two PCI bus mastering ATA E-IDE ports
On board CMI 8738 audio chip providing 6-channel audio solution
IO Port Description
Two RS-232 serial ports (16550 UART compatible)
One parallel printer port (SPP/EPP/ECP mode)
One FDD port (supports 3 modes, 1.2/1.44/2.88MB FDD)
Provides IrDA with optional cable for transceiver
Provides 6 USB ports (2* rear, 4*front)
IO Connection Description
PS/2 Mini-DIN mouse & keyboard ports
Two USB ports
One RJ45 connector
Two D-Sub 9-pin male serial ports
One D-Sub 25-pin female printer port
Audio I/O: LINE-OUT x 1, LINE-IN x 1, MIC JACK x 1
One game port
Award PCI BIOS with ACPI function
Supports multiple-boot from E-IDE / SCSI / CD-ROM / FDD / LS120 / ZIP
2 Mbyte Flash ROM
Health Monitoring Description
On board voltage monitors for CPU Vcore, +3.3, +5V & +12V
CPU fan speed monitor
CPU temperature monitoring through flexible thermal sensor
Four layers, 30.5 cm x 23 cm (12" x 9.05")
ATX form factor
FCC Class B & CE EMI Regulation CompliantPC99 Compliant
WinXP / Win2000 / WinNT / WinME / Win98SE / Linux / FreeBSD
All SOYO products are designed to offer stability and flexibility, and are tested to ensure highest reliability. We offer a 1 year limited warranty on this SOYO product.
RAM Memory Support
Manufacturer - downloads drivers, manuals and BIOS : SOYO
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Posted on Jun 16, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
At the age of *********** board, I would recommend physically looking at the board, in particular, the large upright capacitors. If the tops are bulging, or have anything leaking out of them, send the board to a recycler, and look for an exact replacement on the used market, or replace with new. I just bought the same board you have today for $25, with AMD 1800 CPU.
At 10 years of age, the battery is probably past due for replacement too. It is a standard CR2032 3Volt battery. If you replace it quickly, you may not loose your BIOS settings.
If you have a volt meter, you can check your power supply voltages. Again, your manual will show what voltages to expect at each power connector pin. A range of +/- .05V is generally allowable on all sources.
Also try unplugging all boards and powering it up. The beep should change to a sequence of 2-1-3-1 beeps, indicating that it's not able to see the video card. If you still only get a repeated long beep, It's possible that the CPU itself may have died. These are also available very cheap at this point. The fact that you are getting a cycling beep indicates to me that the CPU is OK though.
I looked up beep patterns and did not find anything for one long repeating beep for the Phoenix BIOS on your board. There is no mention of them in the Soyo manual either.
Last resort is resetting your BIOS settings to "First Birthday", and try again. This will require you to re-set any manual settings you had set previously (probably 10 years ago). This is done by moving the jumper located between the green LED, and the battery, to the two pins nearest the LED, for a second, and then back to the position nearest the battery.
Posted on Mar 24, 2010
Hi! 1 long beep and a 1 short beep is a motherboard failure. it means that you may need to replace your 10 year old motherboard. Since the motherboard was this old already, there will be no chance that you can purchase a part for this to be repaired.
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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