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Before I go through all that I'd like to make double sure that it's the board, which means I have to test the power supply and CPU as well as memory. The easiest and cheapest one is the Ram, so try a new stick. And thanks for the invite to Teckspot, I'm sure you'll see me around here. P.S. http://wphomeguide.com/need-help/need-help-oc-ing-abit-a-s78h.php

I'm sure the CPU is properly seated, it dropped right in without incident. I'm sure the CPU is properly seated, it dropped right in without incident. Attached Files: kg7-raid.jpg File size: 45.4 KB Views: 167 spork891, Oct 12, 2001 #15 mike breck Joined: Oct 28, 2000 Messages: 4,700 Location: Scotland Well, we're down to four components Ram, Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders What's New? http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/need-help-w-beep-code-for-abit-kg7-raid.66935/

It simply doesn't go in as easily as other memory that I have installed previously, and the connectors don't quite go in as far on the center as they do on ok. I'll try again later today after I pick up the monitor and report back. Check in bios and see what temps you're getting and if the beeping corresponds with temps.

I don't like the sound of the stick being bowed. Alfie, Oct 11, 2001 #7 spork891 Joined: Oct 7, 2001 Messages: 141 Location: Napa California I'm using a thermaltake volcano 5 combination heatsink and fan, it installed without a hitch. This is in addition to the other fine suggestions. Watch this when you hit the power for the first time to make sure it works.

Ask a new question Read More Motherboards NAS / RAID Graphics Cards Monitors Related Resources Abit KR7A Mobo issues Abit KR7A Abit KR7A Mushkin memory in Abit KR7A MB Weird question You can go to the BIOS web sites to help you diagnose beep codes. About the "bowed" memory. spork891, Oct 13, 2001 #20 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > Your name or email address:

Well, if you were to use BIOS 4j, you might be able to use 4 pcs of unbuffered DDR (subjected to quality of DDR module and according to ABIT, it is Any other beeps are probably a RAM (Random Access Memory) problems."On another part of their site "Number of beeps 1 Meaning of error 'DRAM refresh is not working.'I suspect that it Motherboards Feb 5, 2008 Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Need Help!!

I've tried switching power supplies, processors, clearing the cmos, switching the backup battery, and running the system on its basic system, cpu, ram, and vid card yet im still getting nothing In my completely, newbie, know nothing opinion, that fit is where the CPU contacts the thermocouple about .25 to .5 mm out of the socket and you must push down on Mine was tough as nails. If the new stick of Ram solves the problem, you can return the bowed stick to Crucial and get your money back.

At first I thought that the memory was bad, but I switched them both in and out of the first slot and the computer worked fine with either of them, but All we get is one long repeatitive beep, and I hear some hard drive noise. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? It simply doesn't go in as easily as other memory that I have installed previously, and the connectors don't quite go in as far on the center as they do on

I had to bend the thermocouple and I did so with no instruction, as the manual had no detail and I had never heard of this before. This would be fine if I knew what the heck it meant. mike breck, Oct 12, 2001 #13 spork891 Joined: Oct 7, 2001 Messages: 141 Location: Napa California All fans are running normally, board is recieving power so far as I can tell. this content powerless 13:20 10 Mar 03 Your motherboard is?Make sure you RAM is in the first slot.

Where did you plug in the power lead from the HSF - mobo or PSU lead? Double check the HSF is properly installed. Main Sections Technology News Reviews Features Product Finder Downloads Drivers Community TechSpot Forums Today's Posts Ask a Question News & Comments Useful Resources Best of the Best Must Reads Trending Now

I tried looking in the motherboard manual and on the manufacturer's site, but I couldn't find any info that would help.

Guessing its the motherboard though because i already tried moving the ram to different slots w/ new ram that hasnt been used and the old stuff. Usually a continous beep is the memory and one long and two or three short is the video card. From the factory, there was no way I could have set the CPU without bending this thermocouple. The connectors fit more deeply into the edges of the socket than in the center.

Make sure it is fit perfectly to the bottom of the CPU. Also, check to ensure the monitor cable is connected properly. spork891, Oct 11, 2001 #5 mike breck Joined: Oct 28, 2000 Messages: 4,700 Location: Scotland I don't think so. http://wphomeguide.com/need-help/need-help-with-raid-0.php mark ------------------ 6 machines on a netgear 7 port router amd 1800 visiontec geforce 3ti500 soundblaster audigy abit kg7-raid 512 ddr 1gig duron morgan abit kg7 raid geforce 3 ti200 soundblaster

LOL, to have not realized the lacking post. No, create an account now. actually all the fans look good to me and all run wyhile the beeping is happeneing. Sorry to hear that.

Up until two weeks ago that's what I had in my system, wanna buy it? All Rights Reserved. If you don't have your HSF plugged into the post on the board it will not POST. also switched to a proccessor that i know wasnt burned out and works for that board but didnt produce any results, and switched differen t vid cards.

I'll stick to Crucial in future.Now for the long battle to get it replaced. Get back tomorrow. Lots of people on these forums have had shorts with no apparent mobo damage. nksmfamjp, Oct 12, 2001 #11 spork891 Joined: Oct 7, 2001 Messages: 141 Location: Napa California Here are the results of setting up the motherboard outside of the case on top of

After all, after some more research, it was a RAM error code, like I said, a single long repetative tone. If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. PS: A few more details on the system: Processor: 1.4Ghz Athlon Memory 2 256 MB Modules by Crucial HDD: IBM 7200 RPM 40GB CDROM: Sony 52x Video Card: Gainward Geforce3 Sound Otherwise, you'll have to get a local PC shop to test them.

svolFeb 4, 2002, 12:52 AM In my Abit KG7 mobo I had to put the RAM in slot 4 to get it working, but don't know if you also need to Similar Topics Abit KG7 drivers for WinXP Professional Sep 29, 2003 Abit BD7-RAID Intel 845 Socket 478 ATX Motherboard w/RAID $25.50 Sep 30, 2004 asus beep code help May 13, 2003 Sharky Forums Register Help Remember Me? Mine was definately a firm push, but once set, I was sure it was in right.

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