Question about ASUS M2N68-AM SE2 Motherboard
Try removing your memory and than reseat it. One DIMM at a time and boot the system in-between each.
Still hear the double beeps? Its possible one DIMM may be defective. Continue.
Clear the bios. See page 1-7 in your manual. When the bios has been reset everything will revert to default settings. The onboard graphics will give you back video. Enter the bios and set the bios so the PCI-E card is used. Save and exit. (Most likely your PCI-E card also needs a power adapter connected).
If the system goes back to double beeps try removing the PCI-E card and than reseat it. (Possible loose connection).
Posted on Jul 04, 2010
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