Question about ASUS P5VD2-X Motherboard
Not sure if this is a motherboard problem or not. Thanks to my wonderful kids and wife, NO ONE knows what happened. It was all good when they logged off last night (while I was on duty). Teenagers. And they wonder why I don't give them administrator persmissions. Wife, I'll leave that one alone. Too many things can be said, and they'll all get me in trouble.
Bottom line, when I got home this morning, I kicked on the computer. It immediately began, "BEEP BEEP BEEP..." The screen looked as if it was starting up normal, but then she shut down, beeping continuing.
Changes in the last 2 weeks, upgraded from 2gb to 4gb memory, the max for the MB (ASUS P5VD2-X0. Only difference, I changed from Kingston to Centon. All other specs were good.
Running Vista Ultimate, 64bit, Intel P4 CPU (actual model will have to get when I get home in the morning).
Built her from scratch last year, MB and CPU bought in Thailand 2007, all other internal organs bought here in Okinawa. Zero problems up to now. (not including the erroneous programs my teenagers find a way to load, "Honest Dad, we don't have Mom's password") (Parental controls and Norton 360 are extremely helpful)
I realize this is limited info. Request you pump me with questions of things you could use. I'll check the site before I get of duty in the morning and pass further info tomorrow night (OK morning Stateside). I'll send in additional info first thing.
Many Thanks and Semper Fi!
Dave in Okinawa
Then i think the problem is in your keyboard or mouse
change it hope the prob will solve
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
You told that your PC was ok last night. and again told at morning when you started it then it started giving beep. there may have 2-3 problems.
1. your processor has become loose, so unplug and plug the processor again correctly.
2. cooling fan can't cool the heat sinker properly. so test it that if the cooling fan is working properly.
3. The RAM can be loose. So test the RAM. Unplug the RAM and then plug it perfectly.
but you told that you PC is starting and then shutting down giving a beep. so i think you PC problem is number 2. and I hope you follow the number 2.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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