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VIDEO WORKING BUT WITHOUT BEEP?

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December 7, 2012 8:42:52 AM

Ok just put all the parts on the motherboard and did a test boot without the case. The screen worked and it went to the asrock UEFI setup utility but strangely without the single beep. What is wrong?

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December 7, 2012 8:51:46 AM

Should I go ahead and put into the case and boot it up? Because It seems that all is working well just without the beep! If anyone knows please respond quickly thank you!
December 7, 2012 8:59:09 AM

Does the board have speaker on the board, if not it is likely where you connected the leads for the hd led lead ect there will be a set of pins to plug in an external speaker that sits on the case some where, have a check make sure you have not missed it and plug it in.
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December 7, 2012 9:38:18 AM

weaselman said:
Does the board have speaker on the board, if not it is likely where you connected the leads for the hd led lead ect there will be a set of pins to plug in an external speaker that sits on the case some where, have a check make sure you have not missed it and plug it in.

Yes I have plugged in the little speaker that comes with the case
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December 7, 2012 11:16:08 AM

Mine doesn't beep when it starts up fine. I wouldn't worry about it. The only time I ever hear a beep is when I go into my BIOS. I have an Asrock Extreme 4 Z77 by the way.
December 7, 2012 11:41:21 AM

wanderer11 said:
Mine doesn't beep when it starts up fine. I wouldn't worry about it. The only time I ever hear a beep is when I go into my BIOS. I have an Asrock Extreme 4 Z77 by the way.

Oh ok, it's just that I watch a building tutorial and the guy said that the beep is what you want to hear when you boot up because it means that the motherboard passed its power test or something? But If you say yours works fine and so does mine then I'm just going to ignore it :) 
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December 7, 2012 8:49:03 PM

Ok I stumbled across another issue this morning when I plugged out my video card to reach a plug that was just underneath where the card was sitting. Any who, when Inwent to put the card back I noticed that I couldnt sit the card 100 percent into place. I wiggled and tried to force it down and I managed to get I down almost 90 percent and a switch the lever to secure it. After analysing, it was due to the mother board's centre being slightly lower then the 4 corners hence why I could seat itroperly when it was outside the case but not when it was mounted in the case. My question is: should I just leave the graphics card in its 90 percent seated position if the video works fine?
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December 8, 2012 8:59:06 PM

I doubt it will work if it isn't all the way in. Are you saying the motherboard is warped?
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