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Discussion in 'Hardware' started by kuzhanthaivelu, Mar 19, 2009.

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  1. kuzhanthaivelu

    kuzhanthaivelu Thread Starter

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    Hi,

    Here i have an P-III mother board but in that i does not have on board speaker and also if try to connect external speaker there is no connector for connect that ex. speaker. So how to i check the RAM slots in that board is workin or not.

    Kindly help me.
     
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  3. DerekC

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    Sorry but your post is a little confusing. Are you asking about speaker connections, Ram slots, or both?

    Also telling us what the motherboard model is would probably help as well.
     
  4. BG-0

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    If it has no way of beeping, I would tend to think it gives POST error codes, etc, using a series of leds. Find a manual and read it. Really. Please do.
     
  5. kuzhanthaivelu

    kuzhanthaivelu Thread Starter

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    Here i want to find out the ram & the slot is working fine or not from the mother board.

    And also there is no branded name in that,

    How to i confirm the slots it is working or not?
     
  6. Rich-M

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    It is almost impossible to answer you without model of board but you could download and run memtest86....www.memtest86.org burn to bootable floppy disk or cd and run 4 complete tests. Any errors at all means ram is at least incompatible or bad.
     
  7. kuzhanthaivelu

    kuzhanthaivelu Thread Starter

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    Hello Rich-M

    If Mother Board not run means how can i boot with floppy disk.
     
  8. Rich-M

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    You need to better explain problem and tell us exactly what is in the board and what it will or will not do or we cannot help you. Based on what we know now I would say buy a new pc.
    We need specific information to help answer your question so would you please repost this with appropriate answers to the questions that pertain to your problem, so we can better help you fix your problem quickly.

    Computer: Brand Name & Model #

    Age of system and relevant components if different :

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    Do you run Anti-Virus software: Brand Name, version #, is it up to date?

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    Please state your specific problem and when it started

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    (Run,msconfig,ok,startup) and what is checked

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    Thank you.
     
  9. kuzhanthaivelu

    kuzhanthaivelu Thread Starter

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    Now I tell my problem as step by step if you ready to listen as patient.
     
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