Will never boot until I clear CMOS, E6750 cpu, Crucial memory, 80 gig serial HD, onboard graphics and sound, tried safe mode and optimised defaults in BIOS, updated BIOS and Chipset, have all windows updates, memory is on compatible list. Removed power cord and cleared CMOS using pins and also by removing battery. -- CONFUSION-- Please Help
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unplug power cod, open computer Cabinet panel, remove cmos for 2 min and reinsert cmos,
wipe graphics card socket, reinsert graphics card, TURN on computer, press f2 to load default setting
you do not need to disable onboard graphics. in bios, some bios default configure your graphics card to primary
Remove all plug-in cards including the memory and clean the contact points with a pencil eraser... Insert them back and try... You should hear 2 short beeps, which means Okey... Long beep means that there is a problem with the memory or one of the memory... Keep me posted if not solved...
This jumper allows you to clear the Real Time Clock (RTC) RAM in CMOS. You can clear the CMOS memory of date, time, and system setup parameters by erasing the CMOS RTC RAM data. The onboard button cell battery powers the RAM data in CMOS, which include system setup information such as system passwords. 1. Turn OFF the computer and unplug the power cord. 2. Move the jumper cap from pins 1-2 (default) to pins 2-3. Keep the cap on pins 2-3 for about 5-10 seconds, then move the cap back to pins 1-2. 3. Plug the power cord and turn ON the computer. 4. Hold down the <Del> key during the boot process and enter BIOS setup to reenter data.
Except when clearing the RTC RAM, never remove the cap on CLRTC jumper default position. Removing the cap will cause system boot failure!If the steps above do not help, remove the onboard battery and move the jumper again to clear the CMOS RTC RAM data. After clearing the CMDS, reinstall the battery.
You do not need to clear the RTC when the system hangs due to overclocking. For system failure due to overclocking, use the CPU Parameter Recall (C.P.R) feature. Shut down and reboot the system so the BIOS can automatically reset parameter settings to default values
if yes then
1.) unplug the system
2.) remove the cmos battery and the rams (memory)
3.) press and hold the power button for 10 seconds
4.) replace the battery and the rams
5.) plug it back in and turn it on
6.) if it boots, enter the cmos setup and load optimised defaults
You should only hear 1 beep. That 1 beep is power on self test, known as P.O.S.T. That loud flat line sound (And I'm pretty sure about this), was you're CPU. Just because you ran & passed the stressed test is nothing compared to running the system under load? That's why when you put in you other memory nothing changed. If you hadn’t mentioned you clocked up the FSB I would have come to the same conclusion hearing the loud flat line statement. Can you test the CPU in another board? That is about the only way to be sure it's not the CPU. Memory does not make that kind of sound. Memory makes short & long beeps. You can try clearing the cmos/bios by going to pg. 2-18 in you're user manual. This will reset the bios back to default settings & cross you're fingers!
If I can be of more service, just post back & let me know how thing go.
If there are no beeps at all on boot up it's a memory timing problem,
Go into bios in standard bios settings menu and disable 'Halt On All Errors' if it isnt already, this may show up the problem in the initial power on self test.