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Single beep? multiple beeps? you need to clarify. believe it or not, its important

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1. Press the "Alarm Set" Button twice. The display will flash and the Buzzer Alarm Indicator will appear. 2. While the display flashes, press the "Tuning/Set" Buttons to set the wake time, as described above. 3. After setting the buzzer wake time, use the "Date/7-5-2" Button to select the buzzer. 4. After you have set the buzzer wake time and 7-5-2 setting, press the "Alarm Set" Button once so that the display shows the standard, non- flashing display.
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> No RAM beep comes without RAM.

That is to be expected -- when the motherboard does _NOT_ detect any properly-mounted RAM, the motherboard sounds the "no-RAM" beep.

> and no display

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I have a intel media series dp35dp motherboard. I have a power led cord, reset sw cord, power led cord, m/b sw cord and a speaker cord for the speaker on the chasis. When I plug them up I don't see a spot...


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I have a kt400 Dragon motherboard I am hooking up. When I turn the power on the cpu fan comes on the the buzzer on the motherboard sounds and the fan stops and nothing works.


This is a Soyo motherboard which was discontinued some time ago. Soyo does provide some support, though, with drivers and the manual located here:

http://www.soyo.com/content/Downloads/155/&c=37&p=146&l=English

The buzzer you are hearing is the ABR Buzzer. ABR stands for Anti-Burn Regulator. Circuitry on the MB monitors the internal CPU temperature, and when it rises above a certain level, the buzzer sounds and the system will shut down, to prevent the CPU from being fried.

In my experience, this is typically due to a malfunctioning CPU fan. You said yours is spinning at boot, so it might not be the fan. It may also be that you are trying to use a CPU that is not fully compatible with the motherboard (especially one that is 6 years old). If this is the case, the ABR software may be mis-reading the data from the CPU, thinking it is overheating, and then shutting it down.

The manual is one of the best I've seen as for detail and explanations, so I'd give it a look. This is the direct link for it:

http://www.soyo.com/uploads/downloads/manuals/k7/mk7vx4b12.pdf

Also, if you are trying to overclock the CPU, that can cause overheating in a hurry, and result in a shutdown. You might want to reset the motherboard to factory defaults (remove the CMOS battery, wait a bit, re-install it), in case a previous owner had been using overclocking.

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Intel d101ggc making buzzer sound at equal intervals and then pc hangs.


OK this buzz is suppose to be a beep.
The device you described is called apezo electric speaker and is suppose to beep a post code to help define a problem.

If it's buzzing and not beeping there is either a fault with the piezo or the motherboard is not receiving the amount of power it needs to properly drive the speaker.

OK back to the post code. The patern is important it should be a series of long and short beeps. The fact that it is buzzing and not beeping may make it difficult to determine the difference between long and short beeeps.

Try your best to hear a pattern in it. Whether its constant beeps or 2 short 1 long or any other discernable variation please post back the number of beeps and if there is a long or short pattern.
please post back here

Thanks
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