Question about Mercury KVM266PM-U (KVM266PMUD1600) Motherboard
Posted by Anonymous on
Beep sound is usually due to an equipment malfunction, is usually ram and display card.was troubleshooting of both hardware (if you have no display card, just do a test on your ram)
> Open the casing cover your computer and remove the ram in the ram slot on your computer by pressing the two pins at the end of slot (Make sure the electrical power source is turned off first)
> Sweep ram slot with a small brush or small paint brush is not used (new)
> After cleaning the ram slot, use the eraser to clean the copper surface on the ram you are.
> When you're done, plug the ram in the slot. (If you have a new ram to do the troubleshooting is better) and I believe your problem is probably due to ram
Posted on Jul 23, 2010
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