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First of all open your chassis
and then reconnect all the connection and remove hard drive.
If you have two RAM in your PC then remove one RAM
Now plug the power supply and ON the machine.
If it is giving beep sound then press esc again and again untill the beep sound could be stopped.
If it is continuous then remove the RAM and fix the other one then ON the machine
And if it is giving beep sound the press esc again and again. Before fixing the RAM you have to clean the RAM with a soft cloth smoothly.
I hope this can work for you !
and beep sound is stopped then attach your HDD then ON the PC
First, make sure all the sound drivers are up to date.
Then, on windows goto start>Control Panel>Device manager. Find the 'Sound, video and game controllers' category and open it. Make sure there is something there, if there is not, you have not installed the sound driver.
Next, go back to Control Panel and click on 'Sound' On the playback tab, make sure the output you want is set as default. There will probably be some other ones like 'Digital Audio', for the normal 32mm headphone/speaker jack you will need 'speakers' set as default. Also make sure the speakers/headphones are plugged into the green jack.
Reset ur sound settings in os or reinstall ur audio driver and restart computer when it asking to do it. If even if problem persists format ur os and reinstall ur operating system and install ur audio driver and restart ur problem would be solved
This board seems to have an issue after installing 4gb of ram after swapping out 1gb of transcend ram and installing 2x 2gb kingston the audio device disappears, swap the ram back and the problem goes away, to further complicate things it seems that kingston and transcend ram doesn't play nice together in this board having one of each results in no post and a ram related beep code as of yet I have not been able to produce the bios settings to allow the two sticks to play nice together maybe somebody else can help out on this one!
So either lose a stick of ram or install a sound card and have your system become considerably unstable
Try this test:
try repeating the "disconnecting all hardwares like DVDRW,HDD,RAMs,AGP card along with the power cables and then again re-assembled, the sound returns (this time its crystal clear) and this works for few weeks after which the problem occurs again.". Now ensure Windows restore feature is enabled. Then when "problem occurs again", revert the Windows registry back to the date when "its crystal clear". If the sound is crystal clear after restore, then you have a software or registry issue going on. If you don't mind reverting to system restore often, then stay in this recovery mode until your real problem is "crystal clear".