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Unknown Error Beeps KG7 HELP!!!

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Anonymous
a b V Motherboard
September 15, 2001 3:37:52 PM

Hello,
Ive just put in a new ABIT KG7 board after a gigabyte board failure. Im
running all amd approved components as well as the following

AMD 1.13ghz processor
Crucial Registered 256mb PC2100
Voodoo 5500 agp
sb live

My problem is even if i strip the system down to just the processor im
getting a series of error beeps from the bios. The series is a constant on
off beep. Note this beep is constant and does not run for a set number of
times. What does it mean? Has something died? Ive tried replacing the power
supply and processor with no effect.

The computer did originally post and i was in the bios altering the cmos
when the computer froze. Ive read it could be a memory problem but the beep
happens when the memory is out of the computer too

Robbie Wallis
demon_reaper@ntlworld.com


Please find the error beep sounds please remember this is
continuous. http://www.greedy-fly.com/error.mp3

Hope ive not buggered the board only just got it!!!!

It did work for a minute but froze in the bios with his stupid error

please reply to email address if poss"!!!

Robbie
demon_reaper@ntlworld.com
September 21, 2001 8:38:59 PM

its the memory error. try replacing the memory.

if the BIOS cannot detect any memory it beeps that way. it means it doesnt make any difference if the module is installed or not, it just says it isnt. that means it did not detect any memory.

get new memory sticks and give it a shot.

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September 21, 2001 8:39:02 PM

its the memory error. try replacing the memory.

if the BIOS cannot detect any memory it beeps that way. it means it doesnt make any difference if the module is installed or not, it just says it isnt. that means it did not detect any memory.

get new memory sticks and give it a shot.

girish

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Anonymous
a b V Motherboard
September 22, 2001 4:59:25 AM

try this: remove the DDR chips, install just 1 DDR in slot #4, then reboot. Also try to re-seat the DDR's into their slots. This worked for me with the same Crucial DDR with KG7Raid...good luck
September 22, 2001 11:01:06 AM

I read a review for this MB, they say that there's a mistake in the manual and the dimm slots are labeled wrong. #1-#4 should read #4-#1 or something like that.
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