Based on the Intel P45 chipset the GA-EPUD3P delivers a record-setting Please refer to your network switch or router device manual for further details. Manuals and User Guides for Gigabyte GA-EPUD3R. We have 2 Gigabyte GA -EPUD3R manuals available for free PDF download: User Manual. Hello, I recently received a GA-EPUD3R motherboard and installed 2 Crucial Ballistix 1 GB chips in it. After installing Is the manual wrong or can bad memory give this power error beep code? Thanks. GIGABYTE Guru.
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Home Help Login Register. G-ep45-ud3r 13, I am having a terrible time trying to figure out what is wrong. My system does not boot up.
I have taken MB out and reassembled it again. I made sure all the wires from Antec are properly plugged into MB. Usually when it boots up I see the MB lights blink a lot and then it boots and I see boot up on screen.
Since the lights stay on and don’t blink, I assume the graphic card is not relevant to problem but that and Antec box is the only thing really left. I don’t notice anything being shorted out either.
Aussie Allan A yoyo uses all three fundermental laws of phisics. May 14, Just getting to the test will tell you oodles, Try this and come back with a result.
Dark Mantis 10typesofpeopleoneswhoknow binaryandoneswhodont. Hi You haven’t said if this is a new build or has been running alright for a while. Firstly follow Allan’s advice and see if any of you memory is faulty.
If that doesn’t get you anywhere I would suggest going back to basics and try only the essentials.
The next thing is to remove the motherboard form the case and test it on the workbench. Make sure that you observe anti-static precautions. Add the keyboard and now I know you haven’t got any graphics but try and boot. The system should try and then fail emitting a series of beeps.
GA-EP45-UD3R will not boot – NEED HELP
Please post what sounds it makes. I built the machine about 16 months ago and ran fine and long story on how I reached this point but I am at this point. I even had the MB and Power Supply replaced.
I haven’t tried this with replacement yet. Gigabyte even told me the original board worked. There manhal cases where faulty power supply could cause problems.
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I unplug the Graphics card and memory completely and st6ill no beeps to indicate missing memory or graphics. THEN I tried just putting in only first memory stick in slot 1 and still no beep. I tried just putting in only second memory stick in slot 1 and still no beep.
I think the CPU fan should only start up if the CPU reaches higher temperature and should turn on and off accordingly. The CPU fan is plugged in. One guy had it glgabyte to two different computers in home around same time. I’ve been at my wits end.
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As a matter of interest what have you got installed so that you can hear the BIOS beeps, a speaker or a buzzer? Sorry for my dry Aussie humour but DM might have nailed it Most assumed the speaker is integrated on the motherboard or they can just die S you stated you got no beeps trying to go into memtest Maybe I am wrong.
The CPU fan has been checked and rechecked over and over. Are you seeing anything other then a black screen! It is independent of whatever audio controller is on the motherboard. Please can you just answer the original question of what you have installed on the board to hear the beeps. HDD audio doesn’t count!
What do the beeps emitted during the POST mean? System boots successfully 2 short: CMOS setting error 1 long, 1 short: Memory or motherboard error 1 long, 2 short: Monitor or graphics card error 1 long, 3 short: Keyboard error 1 long, 9 short: Graphics card not inserted properly Continuous short beeps: Your lucky enough to have the ear of the moderator of this site This replacement board is brand new so I have to assume they work OK.