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I've had this board for a while now , but just decided to put it together, now i get a beep then reset the a load screen, then it freezes , then turn back on and a beep(no screen). also to locate the pin conector location and drivers

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  • jonnylaw Aug 04, 2008

    well its a new hdd little 20 gig, and the pin location of the hdd,power and reset, i seem not to find the manual to show , and i think i know where they go but, i may be wrong

  • Glenn Rogers
    Glenn Rogers May 11, 2010

    Hello,

    A single beep means your motherboard's bios has loaded and the preboot self check reports all is ok. Why at this point your screen freezes may be related to your hard drive as it freezes after the Bios self check is okay. This is the same point the Windows environment gets the data passed off from the Bios.

    Normally, you don't want to have any add ons attached to your pc until the OS is finished loading and is installed successfully.

    What pin locater are you referring to?

    Regards,
    Worldvet


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Try to reset the BIOS to default either take the M/board battery out for at least 1 hour reinsert battery and try or
On M/board will be writing with reset bios or similar usually a small 2 pin connector with a jumper on 1 pin connect jumper over both pins remove jumper refit over 1 pin and reboot
If 3 pin setup remove jumper and fit over middle pin and the one it was not on replace back to how it was and boot computer

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