Question about ASUS M4A78LTM LE Motherboard
It is giving me 1 long beep and two short beeps need help
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
For memory go to pg. 1-14 section 1.7.2, after going over these configurations go to pg. 1-15 & check your current memory against the QVL list. In regards to the NVIDIA 6150 GPU lets check the device manager & see if there is a problem. At display adapters do you see a red X or a yellow ! point? If red X the NVIDIA controller is most likely defective. If a ! point, right click & uninstall device. Before you restart the PC reinstall the chipset drivers from the Asus CD. If the problem failed to resolve you'll have to contact Asus tech EST at 812-282-2787. The tech will run you trough a quick check to be sure the controller is defective & will than give you a case number for a RMA. You'll have to ask to be transfered to the RMA dept to save you from another call. To test your memory 1 dimm at a time download this program for free CrystalMark 0.9.123.404b & check your memory.: http://www.warp2search.net/crystalmark-2004r2-0-9-123-404b-s36517.html
I hope all goes well!
Posted on Jan 20, 2008
You are going to need to lookup your BIOS version and manufacturer and find the Beep codes list. each BIOS has non beep codes and beep codes. the beep codes are bad. find out what this code means and do as they say if you dont know how to find what BIOS version your running Goole "What BIOS am i runninng?"
Once you have that like i said google it and its beep codes and if you cant find it ill help
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
That code means the motherboard detects a memory problem. Try reseating the memory modules. If that does not work you have a failure on the motherboard somewhere that interferes with the memory buss. I would inspect the motherboard for bad capacitors or replace it.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
This is RAM problem, your RAM is not working well. please replace RAMs then check it will work fine..
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Posted on Sep 05, 2009
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