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My a780gxh/128M system won't resume Windows 7 X64 from sleep. The 5vsb jumper is set from 2-3 (I tried it both ways in case documentation was wrong) I've used PS/2 and USB keyboards. PS/2 keyboard powers computer back up, but it hangs at a black screen. My OP700 Silverstone power supply has 4 Amps on the 5vsb. I am running the latest P1.70 bios. I'm running a Phenom II 945 cpu overclocked to 3.5 GHZ, 8 gigs of Gskill F2-8500CL6D-4GBNQ, with a ASUS Radeon 4870 HD 1GB DDR5 Dark Knight video card. My boot drive is a 64GB Supertalent SSD drive. Not being able to resume almost instantly from the SSD is quite disappointing.

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SOURCE: Asrock K7S41/K7S41GX problem

2 x DDR DIMM slots
- Supports DDR400/333 non-ECC, un-buffered memory
- Max. capacity of system memory: 2GB

3 beeps is usually either video card related, or memory. be sure your memory is UN buffered, and DDR400 or 333 DIMM not DRam.

Remove and re-seat your video card as well.

there should be a troubleshooting guide in your install manual stating the designation of 3 beeps.

Posted on Dec 22, 2008

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SOURCE: asrock p4s61, tried 1gb pc3200 to max memory to 3gb, won't boot.

you quote one of your memory sticks as being pc 2700 when earlier in your text you qoute pc3200.

Firstly pc 3200 is 400 mhz clock speed memory.Secondly, pc 2700 is 333mhz clock speed and you acnnot mix the two on the same board. Thirdly does your board support 3ghz anyway. If you are running a board at 400mhz, pc2700 memory will not run at 400mhz.

Solution, take out the pc 2700 memory and all will be well.

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SOURCE: I did BIOS flash update on my ASUS P5WD2 Premium

Install the BIOS Flash update, one by one. Like for example 1.0, 2.0 or 3.0.
And if still the problem consist. I think its not your BIOS problem.
Clear the BIOS by disable the JUMPER Setting.
And one last thing change the LITHIUM BATTERY(CR2032) a new one.

If you got the problem again, put a comment so that we can easy understand what is the problem with your MB.

If i am helpful, please rate me.
Thank you very much.

Yboyandrei

Posted on Aug 10, 2009

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SOURCE: getting on board vga video to work on asrock

As per discription provided by you, Suspect the physical RAM is having problem. Check and insert the RAM properly may solve your problem.

Hope the above solution may resolve your problem. Please give us the feedback on the solution to provide the best resolution in future.

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