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System get Shutdown suddenly after BIOS Checksum

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real.whitehat

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Post Wed Aug 01, 2007 3:07 am

System get Shutdown suddenly after BIOS Checksum

Here what could be the problem if system when switched-on it suddenly Shutdown just after 2 beeps.
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Post Wed Aug 01, 2007 7:44 am

Re: System get Shutdown suddenly after BIOS Checksum

Check the documentation for your motherboard/BIOS. If it's shutting down right away, it could be that the processor isn't seated properly or is overheating. It could also be a memory issue (but typically I believe that's more beeps).
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Post Wed Aug 01, 2007 10:02 am

Re: System get Shutdown suddenly after BIOS Checksum

Is the system in LAN ?
Did u overclock your system ?
Check the temps in BIOS if its in the appropriate range.
Plz describe the configuration of the system.
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Post Wed Aug 01, 2007 10:21 am

Re: System get Shutdown suddenly after BIOS Checksum

Is the system in LAN ? No
Did u overclock your system ? Never
Check the temps in BIOS if its in the appropriate range. Normal as it was earlier
Plz describe the configuration of the system Default


Motherboard : Mercury KOB P4M266 NDFSMX


How to identify what is the possible reason?
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Kev

Post Sat Aug 04, 2007 2:05 pm

Re: System get Shutdown suddenly after BIOS Checksum

In my experience, fast shutdowns like that are usually either the power supply or ram.  If you have 2 sticks of ram, try booting with just one stick in place. Switch to the other stick if it still crashes to determine which is the bad stick. If that doesn't help, try another power supply. Remember almost all hardware problems are tested by swapping components one at a time until you identify the issue. Also, make sure you check the specs for your bios. Each bios can have a different meaning for their particular beep code. Dont totally trust what they say is the issue because I have had beep codes that turned out to be claiming one thing and it turned out to be something different.
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