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  1. #1
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    M2N Sli Deluxe error codes

    I have an M2N Sli Deluxe and I get an error 1 long beep and 3 short beeps. I thought it was the graphic card ram, but I sent it in as rma and came back passed. The problem still persists, and I've taking everything out and put it in the Asus M2N motherboard with the same problem. It's an award bios and everything on the net about error beep codes I find is different from something else. Pretty much I turn on the computer and the graphics card fan runs really fast and then I get the error code. I've taken out the ram and when I start up I get a different error code. It has booted 2 times into windows but within minutes the screen goes black and I restart and get the error again. If anyone knows what the problem is please post I really need this computer for school thanx.

    AMD FX 5600
    PNY 2048MB PC5400 DDR2 667MHz
    WD 320 GB sata HD
    M2N Sli Deluxe
    Really good PSU
    PNY GeForce 7900 GS PCIE

  2. #2
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    Re: M2N Sli Deluxe error codes

    Welcome paradox6996.
    You have the extra power connector on the video card connected to power ?

    It's possible to get that error code from memory also on this board IIRC.
    If you are running 2 sticks, try running just one, and see if it will post.

  3. #3
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    Re: M2N Sli Deluxe error codes

    Ya its connected, and yes I tried the 1 stick test.

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    Re: M2N Sli Deluxe error codes

    If you go through PNY's memory configurator here for Asus motherboard > M2n-sli deluxe, is your memory showing on the compatible list ?
    http://www2.pny.com/configurator/ind...?manufacturer=

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    Re: M2N Sli Deluxe error codes

    this board is fickle with ram, i have to overvolt my ram to 2.2 to get it stable (i also flashed the bios i beleive). you might try going into the bios and underclocking the ram just to see if it will run stable, set it to 400. otherwise you maybe overclocking the ram to a speed it cant handle (800 mhz). When you say really good psu, which one is it?
    Last edited by zerocool24; 09-18-2007 at 04:20 PM.




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