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On Starting Getting a continuous solid beep. All hardware currently equipped moved from an Asus motherboard. Would not boot formatted drive and reinstalled windows 7. I can now run and work on windows but still have a continuous beep! Have tried installing the motherboard drives did not help

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  • hot_sound_gu Nov 12, 2010

    Just to make sure you are suggesting that the speaker or wiring is faulty not any of the other components?

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Locate the speaker on the motherboard.
On Starting Getting a continuous solid beep. 
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It is a small gadget plugged onto the motherboard.
Hold from the connector (shown on the left side of the picture) and pill to remove it.
Removing the speaker will remove the annoying sound.

Posted on Nov 12, 2010

  • Piyal Perera
    Piyal Perera Nov 15, 2010

    The sound can be due to three reasons

    1. The motherboard may be faulty.
    2. Part of the motherboard may be faulty.
    3. The speaker may have been fixed incorrectly.

    If the computer is working fine and only the noise is the problem, removing the speaker is the best option.

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