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Motherboard wont boot...took memory out and no beeps nothing

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

SOURCE: wont boot just has series of beeps

Table 2. System Beep Codes
Beep Code Possible Cause Corrective Action

1 Memory refresh failure Reseat the DIMMs.

2 Parity cannot be reset Reseat the DIMMs.

3 Memory failure within the first 64 KB of memory Reseat the DIMMs.

4 Timer not operational See Chapter 7, "Getting Help," of the Reference and Troubleshooting Guide for instructions on obtaining technical assistance.

5 Processor failure See Chapter 7, "Getting Help," of the Reference and Troubleshooting Guide for instructions on obtaining technical assistance.

6 8442 keyboard controller error See Chapter 7, "Getting Help," of the Reference and Troubleshooting Guide for instructions on obtaining technical assistance.

7 Processor exception error See Chapter 7, "Getting Help," of the Reference and Troubleshooting Guide for instructions on obtaining technical assistance.

8 Video display memory error See Chapter 7, "Getting Help," of the Reference and Troubleshooting Guide for instructions on obtaining technical assistance.

9 Optional ROM checksum error See Chapter 7, "Getting Help," of the Reference and Troubleshooting Guide for instructions on obtaining technical assistance.

10 CMOS memory error See Chapter 7, "Getting Help," of the Reference and Troubleshooting Guide for instructions on obtaining technical assistance.

11 BIOS checksum error See Chapter 7, "Getting Help," of the Reference and Troubleshooting Guide for instructions on obtaining technical assistance.

Posted on Jan 12, 2008

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SOURCE: Gateway Intel 850 Motherboard will not boot

Please download a memory (RAM) testing program for free. Click the link. http://www.memtest.org/
This program will allow you to make either a bootable floppy disk or a bootable CD. Before you can use the above program I will need the correct model No# for the Gateway, found on a sticker somewhere in the PC case along with the serial number.
The information regarding you're board is incorrect. You can find the boards model number written in white lettering somewhere on the board or on the side of a PCI slot.
The link for the Intel 850 is listed here.
http://www.intel.com/design/chipsets/850/
Gatway's link here.
http://support.gateway.com/support/drivers/dlcenter.asp

I'll check back from time to time & check if you have found the correct information.

Good Luck
Mike

Posted on Apr 18, 2008

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SOURCE: my coputert wont boot and it has a loong beep code

your ram capicitors are damaged

Posted on Jan 08, 2010

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Table 2. System Beep Codes
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1 Memory refresh failure Reseat the DIMMs.

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3 Memory failure within the first 64 KB of memory Reseat the DIMMs.

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7 Processor exception error See Chapter 7, "Getting Help," of the Reference and Troubleshooting Guide for instructions on obtaining technical assistance.

8 Video display memory error See Chapter 7, "Getting Help," of the Reference and Troubleshooting Guide for instructions on obtaining technical assistance.

9 Optional ROM checksum error See Chapter 7, "Getting Help," of the Reference and Troubleshooting Guide for instructions on obtaining technical assistance.

10 CMOS memory error See Chapter 7, "Getting Help," of the Reference and Troubleshooting Guide for instructions on obtaining technical assistance.

11 BIOS checksum error See Chapter 7, "Getting Help," of the Reference and Troubleshooting Guide for instructions on obtaining technical assistance.

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