Award_bios_beep_codes.txt Driver File Contents (iez41_vc37_pcb20.zip)

AWARD Bios Beep Codes
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1 short beep - System booting sucessfully.
2 short beeps - CMOS setting error.
1 long - 1 short beeps - Memory Error.
1 long - 2 short beeps - VGA card or monitor connect problem
1 long - 3 short beeps - Keyboard Error
1 long - 9 short beeps - ROM Error
Long continuous beep - Memory not installed correctly.
Short continuous beep - Power supply has problem.
 
= Trouble Shooting =
* Check the power supply - is it supplying power to the motherboard? 
 
* Next, make sure all components and properly installed/fixed. 
Usual suspects: CPU, BIOS chip, memory chips, etc. 
 
* Next, check your components and user's manual: are all jumpers set
correctly?
 
* Remove all cards except the video adapter to make sure no other cards
are causing the problem. 
 
* If this works, try to identify the card causing the problem.
 
* If none of the above works, contact your dealer or FIC support.
 
* Try reseating the memory (take it off and install it again). 
If the error still occurs, replace the memory with known good chips. 
 
* If you hear fatal beeps, the motherboard needs repair/servicing.
 
* If the error persists, check parts of the system relating to the
keyboard, e.g. try another keyboard, check to see if the system has a
keyboard fuse. 
Try reseating the keyboard controller chip. 
If the error still occurs, replace the keyboard chip. 
 
* Memory error on the video adapter. 
Replace the video card or the memory on the video card. 
 
* Faulty BIOS chip. 
Consult a distributor of Flash EPROM chips that can be used with the
motherboard.
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  • Find the device and model you want to update in the device list.

  • Double-click on it to open the Properties dialog box.

  • From the Properties dialog box, select the Driver tab.

  • Click the Update Driver button, then follow the instructions.

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