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Althogh dont know how you reset the ram, unless you mean bios, check that the onboard sound in the bios is dissabled, then remove the card and put in a different pci slot and then if the drivers are already installed it should be found and installed automatically after a reboot of the system.
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processor failure does not produce beeping sounds, are you sure that your extra rams are working? try to change the video card if you have the removable one. then if you're using the built in video card, try removing the sound card and modem cards or lan cards.beeping sounds is only for ram errors and any other hardware but not limited to motherboards. by the way try to clean the slot for rams, video cards and others. this would help.
Press either delete or f2 during the boot up process to enter BIOS the scroll down to advanced bios features press enter change your first boot device to cd,press escape then press f10 to save to cmos to restart
thats a lil odd seems as if the motherboard is trying to determine what speed of ram you have but after about five mins or more if it doesnt do anything try reseating the ram cards if after five mins again try using just one ram card in one slot if it turns on fully turn it off and move the same working ram card to the next slot if any slot fails then that ram slot is dead if you have more then one ram card test it using the same method if the ram card does not work then that ram card is bad
DONE SOME RESEARCH ON YOUR PROBLEM AND I THINK IT CAN BE SOLVED BY DOING THE FOLLOWING. SWITCH FROM THE PRESENT DVD-R FORMAT DISC TO EITHER DVD-RW OR THE BEST BET FOR YOUR CAMERA AND FOR VIDEO IS DVD-RAM FORMAT. THE DVD-RAM IS A HIGH CAPACITY FORMAT, UP TO 5.2 GIG AND A RANDOM ACCESS DISC, WHICH MEANS YOU CAN FIND THINGS MUCH FASTER! I THINK THIS SHOULD SOLVE YOUR PROBLEM. IF YOU NEED MORE HELP, REPLY TO: ARCLIGHT1217
Hi dwman113, Yes your Mach Speed MB will support 2x1 GB, Dual Channel Mode DDR2-800MHz, PC6400 memory modules. (Manual states the memory dimms should be paired). Also known as matched memory. Max Shared Video Memory is 256MB, refers only to the integrated built in video card. Click this link to help you understand what CL stands for; http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/26/3 Small example. CL3 runs faster than CL5. You can run any PCI-Express 16x graphics card & it can be rev 2.0. Graphics cards are backwards compatible which means it will also run at v1.0. You should not buy a SLI card because you only have 1 PCI-E x16 slot. To run SLI, (Hooking up 2 PCI-E x16 cards together viva a small SLI connector) your motherboard would need two PCI-E x16 slots & the board must support SLI mode & your's does not. Here is the main web site link for your Mach Speed MSA2-6100V MB. http://www.machspeed.com/specs/viper/MSA2-6100V.html If you have any more issues or questions just post it & we'll go from there.