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    BEEP CODES untuk ANALISA :) Silahkan ditambahkan jika ada yg lainnya

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    BEEP CODES untuk ANALISA :) Silahkan ditambahkan jika ada yg lainnya

    Post by persib aink on Wed 27 Jul 2011 - 13:13

    Saya kutip dari berbagai sumber, silahkan jika anda memiliki informasi
    lebih mengenai Beep Code yg bisa digunakan untuk menganalisa
    permasalahan pada CPU

    Beep
    biasanya muncul ketika kita menyalakan CPU, kadang sebagian dari kita,
    mengabaikan suara beep ini; ternyata Beep juga memiliki code yg bisa
    kita jadikan pegangan untuk melakukan analisa sebuah permasalahan


    Standard
    Original IBM POST Error Codes


    1
    short beep
    Normal POST - system is ok
    2 short beeps POST
    Error - error code shown on screen

    No beep Power supply
    or system board problem
    Continuous beep Power supply, system
    board, or keyboard problem
    Repeating short beeps Power supply
    or system board problem
    1 long, 1 short beep System board
    problem
    1 long, 2 short beeps Display adapter problem (MDA,
    CGA)
    1 long, 3 short beeps Enhanced Graphics Adapter (EGA)
    3
    long beeps
    3270 keyboard card

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    IBM POST Diagnostic Code Descriptions

    100 -
    199
    System Board
    200 - 299 Memory
    300 - 399
    Keyboard
    400 - 499 Monochrome Display
    500 - 599
    Color/Graphics Display
    600 - 699 Floppy-disk drive and/or
    Adapter
    700 - 799 Math Coprocessor
    900 - 999
    Parallel Printer Port
    1000 - 1099 Alternate Printer Adapter
    1100
    - 1299
    Asynchronous Communication Device, Adapter, or Port
    1300
    - 1399
    Game Port
    1400 - 1499 Color/Graphics Printer
    1500
    - 1599
    Synchronous Communication Device, Adapter, or Port
    1700
    - 1799
    Hard Drive and/or Adapter
    1800 - 1899 Expansion
    Unit (XT)
    2000 - 2199 Bisynchronous Communication Adapter
    2400
    - 2599
    EGA system-board Video (MCA)
    3000 - 3199 LAN
    Adapter
    4800 - 4999 Internal Modem
    7000 - 7099
    Phoenix BIOS Chips
    7300 - 7399 3.5" Disk Drive
    8900 -
    8999
    MIDI Adapter
    11200 - 11299 SCSI Adapter
    21000
    - 21099
    SCSI Fixed Disk and Controller
    21500 - 21599
    SCSI CD-ROM System

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    AMI BIOS Beep Codes

    1 Short Beep One beep is good! Everything is ok, that is if
    you see things on the screen. If you don't see anything, check your
    monitor and video card first. Is everything connected? If they seem
    fine, your motherboard has some bad chips on it. First reset the SIMM's
    and reboot. If it does the same thing, one of the memory chips on the
    motherboard are bad, and you most likely need to get another motherboard
    since these chips are soldered on.

    2 Short Beeps Your
    computer has memory problems. First check video. If video is working,
    you'll see an error message. If not, you have a parity error in your
    first 64K of memory. First check your SIMM's. Reseat them and reboot. If
    this doesn't do it, the memory chips may be bad. You can try switching
    the first and second banks memory chips. First banks are the memory
    banks that your CPU finds its first 64K of base memory in. You'll need
    to consult your manual to see which bank is first. If all your memory
    tests good, you probably need to buy another motherboard.

    3
    Short Beeps
    Basically the same thing as 2 beeps. Follow that
    diagnosis above.

    4 Short Beeps Basically the same thing
    as 2 beeps. Follow that diagnosis above. It could also be a bad timer

    5
    Short Beeps
    Your motherboard is complaining. Try reseating the
    memory and rebooting. If that doesn't help, you should consider another
    motherboard. You could probably get away with just replacing the CPU,
    but that's not too cost-effective. Its just time to upgrade!

    6
    Short Beeps
    The chip on your motherboard that controls your
    keyboard (A20 gate) isn't working. First try another keyboard. If it
    doesn't help, reseat the chip that controls the keyboard, if it isn't
    soldered in. If it still beeps, replace the chip if possible. Replace
    the motherboard if it is soldered in.

    7 Short Beeps Your
    CPU broke overnight. Its no good. Either replace the CPU, or buy another
    motherboard.

    8 Short Beeps Your video card isn't
    working. Make sure it is seated well in the bus. If it still beeps,
    either the whole card is bad or the memory on it is. Best bet is to
    install another video card.

    9 Short Beeps Your BIOS is
    bad. Reseat or Replace the BIOS.

    10 Short Beeps Your
    problem lies deep inside the CMOS. All chips associated with the CMOS
    will likely have to be replaced. Your best bet is to get a new
    motherboard.

    11 Short Beeps Your problem is in the Cache
    Memory chips on the motherboard. Reseat or Replace these chips.

    1
    Long, 3 Short Beeps
    You've probably just added memory to the
    motherboard since this is a conventional or extended memory failure.
    Generally this is caused by a memory chip that is not seated properly.
    Reseat the memory chips.

    1 Long, 8 Short Beeps Display /
    retrace test failed. Reseat the video card.

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    Phoenix BIOS Beep
    Codes


    These audio codes are a
    little more detailed then the AMI codes. This BIOS emits three sets of
    beeps. For example, 1 -pause- 3 -pause 3 -pause. This is a 1-3-3 combo
    and each set of beeps is separated by a brief pause. Listen to this
    sequence of sounds, count them, and reboot and count again if you have
    to.


    1-1-3 Your computer can't read the configuration info
    stored in the CMOS. Replace the motherboard.

    1-1-4 Your BIOS
    needs to be replaced.

    1-2-1 You have a bad timer chip on the
    motherboard. You need a new motherboard.

    1-2-2 The motherboard
    is bad.

    1-2-3 The motherboard is bad.

    1-3-1 You'll
    need to replace the motherboard.

    1-3-3 You'll need to replace
    the motherboard.

    1-3-4 The motherboard is bad.

    1-4-1
    The motherboard is bad.

    1-4-2 Some of your memory is bad.

    2-_-_
    Any combo of beeps after two means that some of your memory is bad,
    and unless you want to get real technical, you should probably have the
    guys in the lab coats test the memory for you. Take it to the shop.

    3-1-_
    One of the chips on your motherboard is broken. You'll likely need to
    get another board.

    3-2-4 One of the chips on your motherboard
    that checks the keyboard is broken. You'll likely need to get another
    board.

    3-3-4 Your computer can't find the video card. Is it
    there? If so, try swapping it with another one and see if it works.

    3-4-_
    Your video card isn't working. You'll need to replace it.

    4-2-1
    There's a bad chip on the motherboard. You need to buy another board.

    4-2-2
    First check the keyboard for problems. If nothing, you have a bad
    motherboard.

    4-2-3 Same as 4-2-2.

    4-2-4 One of the
    cards is bad. Try yanking out the cards one by one to isolate the
    culprit. Replace the bad one. The last possibility is to buy another
    motherboard.

    4-3-1 Replace the motherboard.

    4-3-2 See
    4-3-1

    4-3-3 See 4-3-1

    4-3-4 Time of day clock failure.
    Try running the setup program that comes with the computer. Check the
    date and time. If that doesn't work, replace the battery. If that
    doesn't work, replace the power supply. You may have to replace the
    motherboard, but that is rare.

    4-4-1 Your serial ports are
    acting up. Reseat, or replace, the I/O card. If the I/O is on the
    motherboard itself, disable them with a jumper (consult your manual to
    know which one) and then add an I/O card.

    4-4-2 See 4-4-1, but
    this time is your Parallel port that's acting up.

    4-4-3 You math
    coprocessor is having problems. Run a test program to double-check it.
    If it is indeed bad, disable it, or replace it.

    Low 1-1-2 Your
    motherboard is having problems

    Low 1-1-3 This is an Extended
    CMOS RAM problem, check your motherboard battery, and motherboard.

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    Post by persib aink on Wed 27 Jul 2011 - 13:17

    untuk standaran pc yg banyak beredar di kita :

    3x / 4x beep (
    tergantung biosnya ) = biasanya vga card bermasalah / memory tdk
    compatible bagi pengguna vga on board

    loong / continous beep =
    memory bermasalah / mati

    short beep continously = processor
    bermasalah

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    NAMBAHIN

    arti suara "beep"
    yang biasa terjadi pada smua bios


    1.
    1 short beep = System is ok
    2. 2 short beeps = BIOS
    error

    3. 1 long and 8 short beeps = Display Card error
    4.
    1 long beep after few seconds 2 short beeps = FDC error
    5. 1
    long beep after few seconds 1 short beeps = FDC is Ok

    6. 1
    long beep and 2 short beeps = Display Card Error

    7. Continuous
    long beeps = RAM error



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    Award BIOS Beep
    Code Troubleshooting


    1
    Short Beep

    = A single, short beep from an Award based BIOS is
    actually an "all systems clear" notification. In other words, this is a
    beep code you want to hear and that you've probably been hearing each
    time your computer comes on since the day you purchased it. No
    troubleshooting necessary!

    1 Long Beep, 2 Short Beeps
    =
    One long beep followed by two short beeps indicates that there has been
    some kind of error with the video card. Replacing the video card is
    usually the most you'll have to do to fix this one.

    1 Long
    Beep, 3 Short Beeps

    = One long beep followed by three short beeps
    means that either the video card isn't installed or the memory on the
    video card is bad. Reseating or replacing the video card will typically
    fix the cause of this Award beep code.

    1 High Pitched Beep, 1
    Low Pitched Beep (Repeating)

    = A repeating high pitched / low
    pitched beep pattern is an indication of some kind of CPU problem. The
    CPU could be overheating or malfunctioning in some other way.

    1
    High Pitched Beep (Repeating)

    = A single, repeating, high
    pitched beeping sound means that the CPU is overheating. You'll need to
    figure out why the CPU is getting too hot before this Award beep code
    will go away.
    Important: Turn your computer off immediately
    if you hear this beep code. The longer your CPU is running hot, the
    higher the chance that you'll permanently damage this expensive part of
    your system.

    All Other Beep Codes
    = Any other beep
    code pattern you hear means that there has been some kind of memory
    problem. Replacing your RAM is the most you'll need to do to fix this
    problem.
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    Beep codes on
    CompTIA A+ Hardware Core exam


    Steady,
    short beeps

    = Power supply may be bad

    Long continuous
    beep tone

    = Memory failure

    Steady, long beeps
    =
    Power supply bad

    No beep
    = Power supply bad, system not
    plugged in, or power not turned on

    No beep
    = If
    everything seems to be functioning correctly there may be a problem with
    the 'beeper' itself.

    One long, two short beeps
    = Video
    card failure
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    Macintosh beep
    codes


    Apple's Macintosh
    computers also perform a POST after a cold boot. In the event of a fatal
    error, the Mac will not make its startup chime.

    √ Old World
    Macs (until 1998)


    Macs made prior to 1998, upon failing the
    POST, will immediately halt with a "death chime," which is a sound that
    varies by model; it can be a beep, a car crash sound, the sound of
    shattering glass, a short musical tone, or more. On the screen will be
    the Sad Mac icon, along with two hexadecimal strings, which can be used
    to identify the problem.

    √ New World Macs (1998-1999)

    When
    Apple introduced the iMac in 1998, it was a radical departure from
    other Macs of the time. The iMac began the production of New World Macs,
    as they are called; New World Macs, such as the iMac, Power Macintosh
    G3 (Blue & White), Power Mac G4 (PCI Graphics), PowerBook G3 (bronze
    keyboard), and PowerBook G3 (FireWire), load the Mac OS ROM from the
    hard drive. In the event of a fatal error, they give these beeps

    * 1 beep = No RAM installed/detected
    * 2 beeps =
    Incompatible RAM type installed (for example, EDO)
    * 3 beeps = No
    RAM banks passed memory testing
    * 4 beeps = Bad checksum for the
    remainder of the boot ROM
    * 5 beeps = Bad checksum for the ROM
    boot block


    √ New World Macs (1999 onward) and Intel-based
    Macs


    The beep codes were revised in October 1999, and have
    been the same since. In addition, on some models, the power LED would
    flash in cadence.

    * 1 beep = no RAM installed
    * 2
    beeps = incompatible RAM types
    * 3 beeps = no good banks
    *
    4 beeps = no good boot images in the boot ROM (and/or bad sys config
    block)
    * 5 beeps = processor is not usable

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