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How To Deal With The Startup Beep Error?

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You may encounter an error code indicating a trigger signal error. There are several ways to solve this problem. So let’s talk about it now. Several short beeps from BIOS on startup when a memory, cache or processor error occurs. There are many beep patterns, and Phoenix BIOS codes are long and short beeps emitted in groups. The following beep codes are for AMI BIOS. See BIOS and POST card.

 

 

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Several short beeps from BIOS on startup when a memory, cache or processor error occurs. There are many beep patterns, and Phoenix BIOS codes are long and short beeps emitted in groups. The following beep codes are for AMI BIOS. There are additional beep codes for this BIOS that are not listed here. See

BIOS

and

POST card

.

1 beep – update error

Reinstall / replace memory and fix motherboard errors.

2 beeps – parity error

Reinstall / replace memory and fix motherboard errors.

3 beeps – memory error (first 64 KB)

Reinstall / replace memory.

4 beeps – timer error

Troubleshooting the motherboard.

5 beeps – processor error

Troubleshooting the processor, motherboard.

6 beeps – keyboard command error

Troubleshoot keyboard and motherboard problems.

7 beeps – virtual exception error

Troubleshooting the processor, motherboard.

8 beeps – memory error display

Trouleshoot video card, motherboard.

9 beeps – ROM-BIOS checksum error

Replace BIOS ROM and fix errors on motherboard.

10 beeps – CMOS stop register error

Troubleshooting the motherboard.

11 beeps – L2 cache failure

Troubleshoot L2 cache, motherboard.

Continuous beeps – memory or video error

Troubleshoot memory, video card and motherboard problems.

What to do when a beep occurs?

An LED or beep usually means that a basic function has failed to start. Storage and heating problems are the most common problems.

Fixed Some Bugs In AMI Sound Code

AMIBIOS is a flavor of BIOS created by American Megatrends. Many popular motherboard manufacturers have integrated AMI’s AMIBIOS into their systems.

Other motherboard manufacturers have created their own BIOS software based on the systemwe are AMIBIOS. The AMIBIOS beep codes BIOS based on AMIBIOS may exactly match the actual AMIBIOS beep codes below, or may differ slightly. Check your motherboard manual for specific instructions.

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AMIBIOS beep codes are usually short, appear in quick succession, and usually sound right after the computer is turned on.

The beep occurs when your computer cannot boot far enough to display anything on the screen, which means that standard troubleshooting is not possible.

 

 

How do I fix 5 beeps on startup?

A simple solution. Usually you need to replace the CMOS battery (2025 or 2032). If that doesn’t solve the problem, remove the CMOS battery, turn the battery over, and reinsert it. I also replaced the cmos battery in my Inspiron N5050 and it still beeps on startup.