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This is a bit embarrasing but I cannot remember the solution! I recently built a new system for a workmate, he gave me his old system to practice on. I bought a new case, fitted the board (including cpu and graffics card from old system) plugged in a monitor, cleared CMOS, switched on - nothing! Well, not exactly nothing but a series of beeps. I haven't had this problem for years and can't for the life of me remember how to remedy it. Would appreciate any help!

Motherboard - ECS K7VZA
CPU - AMD DURON 800

Have tried ECS website but no joy.

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Last Post by coxy1965
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THe beeps are an error code, usually groups of three, 2 4 2 4 2 5 etc
Count them...

My first guess is that you didnt get the memory seated properly...
Or it is the wrong type...

More info next time... make model etc...

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Hi, thanks for the reply, just got my system back together again. I was a bit lazy and frustrated the other night! After reading through a few posts I was able to fix the problem. Graphics card not seated 100% correctly! Got my sh## together now, everyone's happy! Keep up the good work everyone.

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