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I guess it’s also possible something was screwed by an ESD I guess ECS wanted to dump all of their older units since no one was buying them and found an outlet by coupling them with the MB. The card reader is USB1. Looks like ram is the likely culprit Fri May 30, 3: Nevertheless, the closest thing is a ram code
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Neither site lists that sequence.
Does the whole thing conduct electricity? Originally posted by uziqp: Mar 8, Posts: I’m not sure when I’ll figure out the problem.
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Champlain Valley VT Registered: Captainpabst Ars Praefectus Tribus: All it does is beep like this: Anyway, the mobo’s on the anti-static bag Get that off of there immediately, the reason they are anti static is because the entire outside is conductive and keeps the electrons from the inside.
Aug 21, Posts: ECS doesn’t seem to have documentation on the error codes, but I did find a website that said two starting beeps indicates a RAM problem.
Fri May 30, 1: I guess that’s for overclocking, but I don’t do that, so I don’t know. I had no idea it was included. Fri May 30, 2: So I have to use the soknd on the power supply instead.
It is an extra, so I am not going to complain. The version I have has onboard sound and LAN neither which were tested.
Elitegroup L7S7A2 Rev 1.1 Motherboard socket AMD A 462 AGP 5xPCI Sound LAN 4xUSB
Mar 10, Posts: I guess it’s also possible something was screwed by an ESD I guess ECS wanted to dump all of their older units since no one was buying them and found an outlet by coupling them with the MB.
Fri May 30, 6: As an unexpected surprise, it came with a 4-card memory reader that fits into a 3. I booted into WinXP and it detected a bunch of new mobo devices and such, then it rebooted and everything still works like it did with the old K7S5A.
Could be 1 long ,8,2,1 to me. There’s never anything on the monitor.
Nevertheless, the closest thing is a ram code So is it safe to assume it’s the RAM? Fri May 30, Plus, the mobo has USB 2. You’d figure the SiS’s would get along.
ECS L7S7A2 – motherboard – ATX – Socket A – SiS Overview – CNET
Mar 18, Posts: So WinXP doesn’t need to be reinstalled. What’s sounv is this card has a SiS chip and it works fine in another computer, but it doesn’t work in the L7S7A2 that has a SiS chipset! So at least I know it didn’t work before I put it on the antistatic bag.
Looks like ram is the likely culprit