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I get a constant tone from the motherboard speaker that stats before the tone for post. this has only started since i changed computer case. motherboard is a gigabyte ga7n400 pro2

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Did you use appropriate spacers when mounting the motherboard? Make sure it is not grounding out on the case.

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Here is a guide to the sounds on a computer
the drivers might have been corrupted by something foreign or you might have got a virus run your antivrus program
if your computer came with a motherboard disc the sound drivers could be on it
you might have to uninstall then reinstall both the sound drivers and the sound card make sure you have both of these devices backed up to a disc before uninstalling
a yellow? question mark means you need to install/update driver to do this
right click to install driver also
click start control panel administrive tools computer management device manager scroll to sound,video and game controllers you might see a yellow question mark? Right click to reinstall drivers
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A7N266-VM MOTHERBOARD EMITS HI/LOW TONE AT 1 HERTZ. The CR2030 button cell measures just above 3 volts. The CMOS codes do not include this sound pattern. Suggestions please? Mr. Ed P.S. we never begin the...


The voltage is normal, it's a 3 volt battery.
The low tone is usually generated by a faulty memory.  How to test that (i'm assuming that the monitor is working and correctly attached): first remove the memory modules, clean their connectors and try to start again; next remove all attached hard disks and optical units and try to start it again. If it's the same (you can't enter BIOS) then use another power source and try again. Finally try it by using another memory. If even then the problem is still there then the problem is in the motherboard - replace it.

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Whenever i start my pc fan's start's even monitor start's imediately but 'no signle' massage appears on screen & monitor screen got off


Do you get any "Beep" sound coming from the internal speaker, if so is it just one straight beep or numerous beeps.

If it's one straight beep then this indicates the PC has passed it's POST (Power On Self Test), if it's a series of beeps, some long, some short, it means there is some problem inside the computer, like loose graphics card, RAM, CPU, cable, etc. The beep sequence should be in your motherboard manual under beep codes. That will give you a hint as to what to look for next.

If it is one straight beep and PC passes POST then check your monitor connections, and monitor, it could be that the power saving/signal detection pin is either not connected properly, or damaged.

If you don't have the internal speaker connected (normally in the bottom or front of the case), you need to connect this to find out what is going on.

If you need to connect it you should look at your motherboard manual for where to connect it, normally if you look at the motherboard you will see a load of thin cables coming from the front of the case going onto the motherboard at a point, the 4 pins on the bank of pins at the end are normally the PC speaker (you also get a blank pin between them and the Power Switch pin), although check your manual first, or see if you can see the SPK connection on the motherboard (normally Gigabyte boards are very well marked for this, and colour coded.)

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Toshiba tecra me will not post.


First of all thanks for posting giving me to change to solve your problem. Dear sir, First of check the RAM as well as CMOS battery. and did you linten the bee tone while u start your computer? Just unplug the ram and CMOS batter from mother board and replug it. i hope it will ok fine. ok byee take care.

Jul 11, 2009 | Toshiba (K000823110) Motherboard

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Constant tone when operating


Hi,
A constant beep usually indicates that there could be a loose card in the case, check that memory is seated properly, also check your graphics card and any PCI cards that are inside the case are seated properly.


Good luck

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Computer won't start up and has a constant tone.


If the noise is constant then it means the problem is either:

1: a Power supply issue
2: a motherboard issue
3: a keyboard problem

the latter of the three being the easiest to fix, try booting with your keyboard unplugged or even better if you have another keyboard try using it to see if that corrects the problem.

If the above does not work then you have a problem with 1 or 2, and in order to find out for certain you will need to test it, you can goto your local computer diagnostic store to see if they can check which it is.

and hope its not a problem with the motherboard.

Hope this helps, and Good Luck

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Can't start from stat switch


just check your motherboard is touching any metal part below

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Alvan and The Chipmunks reside in my Gmax 2100 speakers!


If you have a sound card added on your motherboard, i suggest you uninstall the drivers, take off the sound card, attach it again and install the drivers.

If you connect your speakers through the motherboard itself, uninstall drivers and install them by searching C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers

Hope it helps!!!

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Beeps but Doesn't Start


unfortunately Foxcomm are no longer, but the beeps are a code pointing to the fault, but you will have to make note of the beep code sequence, then post back or search the net for the codes. If you get constant beeping on one tone it's probably the processor.

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