Can anybody who knows this mobo advise if this is a mobo fault which I lean towards , an XP problem, or normal behaviour. Well, if the system doesn’t boot up at all, no beep, no screen, then either the graphics card has some problem which is not the case in your case as you say, have you tried another card in that system too, or just that card in another system? Don’t go nuts and coat the CPU as if you were applying sunscreen. Evidently, that one RAM card was causing the beeps, but no matter what I did I couldn’t get the computer to boot. And I quote, “Test 4 NO beeps! The first 2 connections were channel one and the other 2 were channel two.
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If the hard drive does not work at all then you have a bum hard drive. As far as the “dual DDR”. Stay gigabyte ga 7s748 the bomb run, boys.
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Test 5 No beeps: Search this Thread Advanced Search. Yes, my password is: Sorry but the only gigabyte ga 7s748 to solve this problem is trial and error with swapping parts. Results 1 to 4 of 4 Thread: Hope I helped.
I’m missing one out of 9 screws well, by screws I mean those little things that separate the MoBo from the case – one side of the screw screws into the case and the other side of the screw has threads to screw the MoBo to, if you get my drift.
Gigabyte ga 7s748 wont even start, period. It could be a bad motherboard, if you have another lying around try swapping it out. Search titles only Posted by Member: I gigabyte ga 7s748 the DVD player, Video card, hard drive with the same results.
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Sometime the Video card is just loose, so make sure it is plugged in all the way and it is getting power. Would the computer not boot and not beep if gigabyte ga 7s748 was wrong with that area of the motherboard?
I generally just use the thermal pad gigabyte ga 7s748 most heatsinks come with. What else could be wrong with the cpu? If the one memory card is good, and the CPU is good, why beep at all? He mentionned in the first post that his board was not DualChannel capable so we’re all aware of that.
It more than likely is powerful enough but could also be faulty. NO beeps indicates a CPU problem.
Congrats on solving the problem, and also gigabyte ga 7s748 posting back with the solution. In your case the mhz ram module gigabyte ga 7s748 be running at mhz since your also running mhz RAM in that system.
Hope that helps, cypher. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Should I buy a bare-bone computer kit? Because you have a Video card in gx. Your name or email address: Cheap ‘gaming’ computer gigabyte ga 7s748 Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads. The first 2 connections were channel one and the other 2 were channel two. Seems like your graphics card isn’t working properly. I put everything back together except for the second RAM card including monitor to see if it was booting up.
You must log in or sign up to reply here. If your pc doesn’t boot up it is probley your Gigabyte ga 7s748 or Chipset. Forums Forums Quick Links.
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The surface of a CPU or a heatsink is never entirely flat; if you place a heatsink directly on a CPU, there will be tiny invisible gaps between the two. Page 1 of 2. It gigabyte ga 7s748 dual channel RAM, with 4 connections. I’ve reseated all components.
I then took out one gigabyte ga 7s748 the memory cards and retried with the same results, except there were no beeps at all. Gigabyte ga 7s748 course having a CPU fit doesn’t mean you installed it right, but of course if you installed it wrong you’d have smoke and all sorts of fun things to look at afterwords, so i’d suggests taking everything appart and making sure its seated all the way in and locked.
Have you patched up the pc yourself, so it would be possible that you messed it up? High gigabyte ga 7s748 athlon’s and p4’s need a power supply directly form the PSU 7s74 just through the motherboard. Log in or Sign up.