Can you get into the BIOS or is it not making that far? Is it a mobo bios problem can’t handle the ram? It does not matter what is connected mouse, CD or printer it beeps. You must log in or register to reply here. Members Current visitors New profile posts Search profile posts. Polaris what ram, video card and cpu are you using on your msi mobo? Please provide full system specs.
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It comes from the factory set at MHz so you need to change it to MHz if you havn’t already. I didn’t think it would make a difference however, I’ll try it anyway. So has someone who has heard error beeps tell us what they sound like?
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Mine did it the first time I built it. It was on but no signal.
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Is it a mobo bios problem can’t handle the ram? Joined Mar 17, Messages 19, 4. Does anybody have a hint on how to get the MSI p35 neo2-fr to post? Jack you always beat me The actual voltage the CPU receives seems to be right sounc 1. What should I check? Thread starter Steven Start date Dec 6, What BIOS version do you have?
MSI P35 NEO2-FR , beeps during POST
I notice the first beep is when the mouse lights up blue and with the second beep the keyboard lights up blue.
Oct 24, Posts: Nov 15, Posts: Darknova Dec 8, I’ve checked the monitor and used my other psu bfg w but not getting the usual post screen nothing. Any ideas would be welcome. Joined Feb 26, Messages 4, 0.
Ms exactly what mine has done quite a few times, it’s perfectly normal. Polaris Senior Moderator Dec 6, Members Current visitors New profile posts Search profile posts.
Refrain from having to solve most of your problems by not creating them in the first place. I’m looking at a replacement don’t really want to buy a sound card, which would be an obvious fix, it’s about time I moved onwardbut just out of curosity would a BIOS flash possibly cure this or has the hardware on the board gone?
I tried reseting the cmos also. Seriously, let it do it’s thing, eventually it WILL post, I’m not sure what it does, but eventually it boots up giving a warning about last known settings not working and then it resets to defaults for your hardware.