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Hey so I just got my RX 360 kit and my EK block installed on my 580 and after a quick leak test I plugged everything in, and when I turned it on the bios did a longer than normal beep than 3 more beeps. Help?
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post #2 of 6
3 beeps= ram problems, try re-seating ur ram that might get it to boot in
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I just tried that and I got it into the other slots, I did not even touch the ram though. Now there are no beeps but there is no video signal and the lights on the keyboard, mouse, and microphone aren't lighting up.
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post #4 of 6
http://www.computerhope.com/beep.htm

looks like a memory issue. Reseat your memory

edit: try one stick at a time. Still sounds like a memory thing to me
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Hmm ok well I reseated the memory to the other slots and then the beeping went away and nothing happened then I put them back and now it works... Anyway thanks for the help +rep
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post #6 of 6
I second the try one stick at a time, also I know this sounds radom disconnect the comp from the mains for 30 seconds and try again, for some unknown seems to work on all the comps at my tech job
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