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AMI POST fail EMI BIOS access boots to black gibberish.


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#1 Khazahk

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Posted 13 June 2013 - 07:08 PM

Good evening ladies and gents. I'm having a problem booting my pc. I have a B75M-D3V motherboard with AMI dual EMI BIOS. Came home to find a black screen with white system text using what appears to be wingdings. The post beep I hear is 1 beep (like the normal ok beep) then 2 beeps in quick succession. I removed my graphics card, does the same thing with onboard graphics. I attached a picture of the black screen. From what I could find online its either a memory parity error, or video bios fail. Any ideas? Thank in advance for your time.

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#2 Khazahk

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Posted 14 June 2013 - 11:22 PM

I just wanted to post my fix. After some more google-mining i found a post in which the poster was in contact with AMI about his beep code. Turns out, AMI BIOS beeps on boot when it detects something using a USB port. To test this theory i unplugged my external HD, Wireless mouse receiver, and Wireless Antenna, and Poof....Booted. I think it was my Wireless antenna, I bought it about a week ago. I never shut down my computer, just put it to sleep. When windows shut restarted for updates and Defrag it was unable to boot again. 



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Posted 14 June 2013 - 11:23 PM

Moderator, feel free to close this thread. thank you.






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