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945gct-m2 motherboard PROBLEM


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ralphynstein

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945gct-m2 motherboard

 

Does this motherboard has beep codes???

 

i eject the ram and when i turned it on theres no beep in it..

 

im having problem with this board.. It wont boot up to the win xp logo.. but still it recognizes the hdd..


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phillpower2

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:welcome:   ralphynstein,

 

Downloaded the MB manual from here and it does not show an onboard speaker fitted as standard so you will not get any error beeps unless you fit a speaker yourself, see attachments below.

 

im having problem with this board.. It wont boot up to the win xp logo.. but still it recognizes the hdd..

 

 

If you mean that the HDD is detected in the BIOS, a Seagate HDD will begin with the letters ST and a Western Digital HDD will begin with WD, other brands vary and please note that any mention of a HDD in the Boot sequence that is not labelled with such letters is only the boot order and not the BIOS detecting the presence of a working HDD. 

 

Can you tell us if you get any on screen message at all such as "no boot device found"

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