No boot, got continuous beeps at first, reset my 'savage2000' VGA card
After I reinstalled the VGA card, everything stopped, now only the fans are working, i tried running the mobo without anything on it, still nothing(only fans run) checked the processor on another mb it working fine, cant think of anything else, help!!
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The solution may be to locate the JBAT1 terminal and move jumper from pins 1-2 to pins 2-3 for a few seconds and back again.
Turn on pc and then hopefully you can access the bios to set the time and date and save settings then re start.
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From the time it start beep it means either your ram or video card is not good. My recommendation would be checking to connections of the ram and the any other card you have installed on the motherboards or simply just dis connect them wait a couple seconds and connect them back properly and firmly.
Hi.first pull-out your motherboard in the CPU case then power on without memory only processor installed.if you hear continuous beeping your motherboard is working good. try this beep code means.
No beep means short,no power,bad CPU,loose peripherals. One beep means everything is normal running motherboard. Two beep means CMOS error IC. One long beep,one short beep means motherboard problem. One long beep,two short beeps means video card problem. Three long beeps means keyboard error. Repeated long beeps means memory error. Continuous hi-lo beeps means CPU overheating.
Try removing the display card and using the onboard VGA. Remove the BIOS/CMOS battery for about a minute and then reinstall it in the correct orientation. This will reset the BIOS/CMOS to it's default settings. You say it beeps once, this means that it is fine the mainboard is ok, it is not experiencing any problems. If it beeps in a continuous manner then it is the RAM that is causing the problems, I would say that the default settings may solve your troubles. Remember to enter the BIOS/CMOS when during boot up to reset the date and time by hitting the delete key. Also try entering the BIOS/CMOS even if you can't see any thing on screen, by doing this it may come up. let me know how it goes, I am here to help.
Try removing your memory and than reseat it. One DIMM at a time and boot the system in-between each. Still hear the double beeps? Its possible one DIMM may be defective. Continue. Clear the bios. See page 1-7 in your manual. When the bios has been reset everything will revert to default settings. The onboard graphics will give you back video. Enter the bios and set the bios so the PCI-E card is used. Save and exit. (Most likely your PCI-E card also needs a power adapter connected). If the system goes back to double beeps try removing the PCI-E card and than reseat it. (Possible loose connection).
check it one by one first is remove the ram, then then restart it, if nothing use another vga card ..insert the ram and then start again.. else..reset it by removing the battery in few second the start again until you find the couse of that problem..
hmm if it not beeping it means that is something wrong with the Ram memory ..check if its right inserted ...and is it is ...remove the bios battery , to reset it ..and reboot...you might have to reinstall cause sometimes when everything appears to be ok .but get blank screen its cause you messed up with the video card driver ...or collor setings...reinstalling will fix the problem if its from there ..but cause its not beep-ing at boot means its not recognizing the RAM memory ... So ..the cause may be multiple ...either you changed the frequency of the memory ..and its out of its range ...or you have made changes on the memory configuration ...( changed ram or added more...) and in this case its just making a little click like its booting in looping ...if the memory its still working ...removing the battery for a few moments and restarting will get the bios on the default optimal factory settings ..and it will take the memory frequency at automatic values ....Good luck !
1 short beep: Normal
2 short beeps: CMOS error
1 long and 1 short beep: DRAM error
1 long and 2 short beeps: Video card error
1 long and 3 short beeps: Keyboard error, or video card error
1 long and 9 short beeps: ROM error
Long continuous beeps: DRAM not installed correctly, bad memory, or incompatable
Short continuous beeps: Bad power supply
How is the beep sounds? Long beep and three short beep or one (-...) or all long beep?
For the first, usualy the VGA connector is not correctly seated, so the motherboard can say it has no output device and beeping.
The last is usually memory problem. Try, unplug your memory board and replug it again, make sure that it is correctly seated.
Remove and reinsert the dimms reseat the video card also put everything back and try agailn If this dont work reseat the cpu and repeat steps above
If the above fails to fix
If it will boot into safe mode and use the standard vga as you did before and restart and try to reinstall the drivers You are sure you installed the rilght drivers for your OS It may be that the card is not compatible wilth your mobo.Try checking compatability list for your OD