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July 11, 2014 3:01:43 PM

First off, for what ever reason I can not access my bios on my tv using hdmi but I can with an old type monitor (the tube styles. Although I have not had the chance to try with any other different monitors to see if its just my tv) I get no beeping when my pc is booting up but as soon as my desktop launches it starts. I do not have a speaker in my mb so I don't know how its making sound, I tried re-installing my ram with no luck and I do not think it is a overheating issue it runs pretty cool even when gaming (unless default warning signs are anything above ~25 degrees). I can't seem to make out the beeping such as long,short or how many and it possibly changes but i'm not to sure.
Mobo:F2A88x-UP4 (gigabyte)
Current Debug Led code is AO (or RO cant tell) and possibly a 0 insted of O

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a b V Motherboard
July 17, 2014 7:57:59 AM

The LED code A0 indicates IDE initialization.

The beep may be your CPU fan RPM alarm. Are you using an aftermarket cooler? Try checking in your BIOS what the minimum RPM setting is - if your cooler fan/s RPM drops below this level it can sound an alarm (beep). I don't recommend disabling it, but you can try lowering the minimum RPM value and see if it stops beeping.
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July 18, 2014 5:00:01 PM

volcanoscout said:
The LED code A0 indicates IDE initialization.

The beep may be your CPU fan RPM alarm. Are you using an aftermarket cooler? Try checking in your BIOS what the minimum RPM setting is - if your cooler fan/s RPM drops below this level it can sound an alarm (beep). I don't recommend disabling it, but you can try lowering the minimum RPM value and see if it stops beeping.
Yes that is probably it, I am using a cooler master hyper evo also the controller that came with my mb (ET6) shows fan speeds in the red including case fans(probably set by bios) I will check later because I will have to switch to the old monitor to access my bios. Do you have any idea to why I can't access my bios on this tv I tried cmos and taking out the battery I am starting to think its just a issue with the tv syncing or something.

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a b V Motherboard
July 18, 2014 6:54:37 PM

FreshPineApples said:
volcanoscout said:
The LED code A0 indicates IDE initialization.

The beep may be your CPU fan RPM alarm. Are you using an aftermarket cooler? Try checking in your BIOS what the minimum RPM setting is - if your cooler fan/s RPM drops below this level it can sound an alarm (beep). I don't recommend disabling it, but you can try lowering the minimum RPM value and see if it stops beeping.
Yes that is probably it, I am using a cooler master hyper evo also the controller that came with my mb (ET6) shows fan speeds in the red including case fans(probably set by bios) I will check later because I will have to switch to the old monitor to access my bios. Do you have any idea to why I can't access my bios on this tv I tried cmos and taking out the battery I am starting to think its just a issue with the tv syncing or something.



Sorry, can't help you with TV monitors - I wouldn't even know where to start. If you're running your fans through BIOS, you'll need to go in and adjust your fan duty cycles to something appropriate for your case fans, and set your CPU fan minimum RPM lower to account for the cooler. I had to do the same thing for mine, at least for the CPU, even after I installed fan control software.
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