A computer with a D101GGC motherboard does not start. There is no beep or monitor singal. The fan is okay. As soon as the power is connected to the computer, the red drive access light comes on, but not the green power light. When the power button is pressed, the green light comes on, but there is no beep or monitor signal. Even weirder, the light on the DVD drive and the red drive light flash. What does this mean? What is the problem and how can it be solved?
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Re: Computer does not start
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-Was this a functional computer that just stopped working or is this something you?re building?
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SOS beeps are post codes the computer sends to alert you of problems detected during start up.
The beeps can mean anything from over heating to bad memory detected. Find out what your Motherboard bio is and check Here. This has a handy beep code listing for many of the common mother boards. Good luck! Hope this helps!
i am also using same motherboard dg31pr intel but it does not reboot .......
because this is the problem with you monitor , just you change the monitor and try again .
this is only the solution to solve this as the tecnition said me.
It sounds like your CPU fan is slowing down with age and thus triggering your motherboards warning 'slow fan' alarm, while it may just need a good clean (remove dust/grime) it may prove much easier to simply replace the whole fan anyway...
Hi Rohit, you're CPU should not be running that hot & that is why you're system is restarting. Very soon the CPU will burn up.
Replace the CPU's HeatSink & fan assembly as soon as possible. The link I have posted is a list of the CPU's you're board can support. http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/d101ggc/sb/CS-025906.htm
Even at 70'c, that's too hot also. You're game is not putting that kind of load on you're CPU.