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AMI BIOS:

Звуки

О чем сообщение

Описание

1 короткий

Ошибка регенерации памяти

Возможно, неисправен программируемый таймер прерываний или программируемый контроллер прерываний

2 коротких

Ошибка четности памяти

Ошибка четности памяти в первых 64K. Возможно неисправна микросхема памяти

2 коротких

Ошибка процедуры POST

Не прошла одна из проверок оборудования

3 коротких

Ошибка первых 64К памяти

Ошибка памяти в первых 64K. Возможно неисправна микросхема памяти

4 коротких

Ошибка системного таймера

Неисправность системного таймера или первого банка памяти

5 коротких

Ошибка процессора

Неисправность процессора

6 коротких

Ошибка линии управления A20

Неисправность микросхемы контроллера клавиатуры, которая не позволяет переключить процессор в защищенный режим. Замените клавиатурный контроллер

7 коротких

Ошибка виртуального режима процессора

Неисправность в процессоре или в системной плате

8 коротких

Ошибка чтения/записи видеопамяти

Отсутствует или неисправен видеоадаптер

9 коротких

Несовпадение контрольной суммы ПЗУ BIOS

Возможно, неисправна и должна быть заменена микросхема ПЗУ BIOS

10 коротких

Ошибка чтения/записи регистра управления питанием в энергонезависимой памяти

Неисправность цепей управления питанием

11 коротких

Ошибка кэша

Неисправен кэш второго уровня

1 длинный, 2 коротких

Ошибка видеосистемы

Обнаружена ошибка в ПЗУ видео-BIOS или ошибка гашения обратного хода строчной развертки

1 длинный, 3 коротких

Ошибка при проверке памяти

Обнаружена ошибка в памяти выше 64К

1 длинный, 8 коротких

Ошибка при проверке дисплейного адаптера

Отсутствует или неисправен видеоадаптер

1 длинный

Все проверки прошли нормально

Компьютер готов к загрузке операционной системы

AST BIOS:

Звуки

О чем сообщение

Описание

1 короткий

Ошибка при проверке регистров процессора

Неисправность процессора

2 коротких

Ошибка буфера клавиатурного контроллера

Неисправность клавиатурного контроллера

3 коротких

Ошибка сброса клавиатурного контроллера

Неисправность клавиатурного контроллера или системной платы

4 коротких

Ошибка связи с клавиатурой

Если замена клавиатуры не помогает, замените микросхему клавиатурного контроллера

5 коротких

Ошибка клавиатурного ввода

Замените микросхему контроллера клавиатуры

6 коротких

Ошибка системной платы

Замените системную плату

9 коротких

Несовпадение контрольной суммы ПЗУ BIOS

Неисправна и должна быть заменена микросхема ПЗУ BIOS

10 коротких

Ошибка системного таймера

Системная микросхема таймера неисправна

11 коротких

Ошибка чипсета

Замените системную плату

12 коротких

Ошибка регистра управления питанием в энергонезависимой памяти

Замените микросхему энергонезависимой памяти или системную плату

1 длинный

Ошибка контроллера DMA 0

Неисправна микросхема контроллера DMA канала 0. Если возможно, замените её.

1 длинный, 1 короткий

Ошибка контроллера DMA 1

Неисправна микросхема контроллера DMA канала 1. Если возможно, замените её.

1 длинный, 2 коротких

Ошибка гашения обратного хода кадровой развёртки

Возможно, неисправен видеоадаптер. Замените его.

1 длинный, 3 коротких

Ошибка в видеопамяти

Неисправна память видеоадаптера. Замените его.

1 длинный, 4 коротких

Ошибка видеоадаптера

Неисправен видеоадаптер. Замените его.

1 длинный, 5 коротких

Ошибка памяти 64K

Если возможно, замените микросхему базовой памяти

1 длинный, 6 коротких

Не удалось загрузить векторы прерываний

BIOS не смог загрузить векторы прерываний в память

1 длинный, 7 коротких

Не удалось инициализировать видеооборудование

Сначала замените видеоадаптер. Если не помогло, замените системную плату.

1 длинный, 8 коротких

Ошибка видеопамяти

Сначала замените видеоадаптер. Если не помогло, замените системную плату.

 

 

Award BIOS:

Звуки

О чём сообщение

Описание

1 длинный, 2 коротких

Ошибка видеоадаптера

Неисправен видеоадаптер или нет контакта в его разъёме. Также возможен неконтакт кабеля монитора.

Непрерывный

Ошибка памяти

Неконтакт или неисправность модуля памяти.

1 длинный, 3 коротких

Нет видеокарты или ошибка видеопамяти

Нет видеокарты или ошибка видеопамяти.

Высокотональные во время работы

Перегрев процессора

Не работает вентилятор процессора или воздух не доходит до процессора.

Чередующиеся низко- и высокотональные

Процессор

Неисправен процессор или нет контакта в его разъёме. Также возможен перегрев.

Submissions:

  • Cold boot only on my new board (Asus P4T-E, bios 1005) I experienced the normal 1 beep and then 5 seconds later, 3 short beeps and then my system went into sleep mode. Changing the Suspend Mode to off OR increasing the # of seconds to enter suspend from default cured the problem.
  • Award BIOS 6.00PG/Asus P4T-E: 4 long beeps when turning on your system might indicate yout CPU fan is either damaged ot running to slow. Check your CPU fan. Clean or replace it with a new one.
  • Award BIOS 4.51PG/Soyo SY-6BB: A repeating high/low beeping. This is due to excess heat alarm. Solution: Change the settings in the BIOS or add/replace CPU fan.
  • Award BIOS/Asus A7V133: Check "Fan Check Beeping" under the "Power Management" options in the BIOS.
  • Award BIOS 6.00/Abit KR7A-133: One low pitched tone for every 5 seconds, over and over. System boots fine, but will not reboot from a warm boot. The system will reboot from a cold boot though. Check the fan speed in the BIOS and change it to a higher speed.
  • Award BIOS 4.51PG/Gigabyte GA-BX2000: Five short beeps sound when the main BIOS is corrupted and the spare BIOS has to be loaded as only choice for successful boot.

Compaq BIOS:

Beeps

Error Message

Description

1 short

No error

System is booting properly

1 long, 1 short

BIOS ROM checksum error

The contents of the BIOS ROM to not match the expected contents. If possible, reload the BIOS from the PAQ

2 short

General error

Unknown

1 long, 2 short

Video error

Check the video adapter and ensure it's seated properly. If possible, replace the video adapter

7 beeps (1 long, 1s, 1l, 1 short, pause, 1 long, 1 short, 1 short)

AGP video

The AGP video card is faulty. Reseat the card or replace it outright. This beep pertains to Compaq Deskpro systems

1 long neverending beep

 

Memory error. Bad RAM. Replace and test

1 short, 2 long

Bad RAM

Reseat RAM then retest; replace RAM if failure continues

 

 

IBM Desktop BIOS:

Beeps

Error Message

Description

1 short

Normal POST

System is booting properly

2 short

Initialization error

Error code is displayed

1 long, 1 short

System board error

 

1 long, 2 short

Video adapter error

 

1 long, 3 short

EGA/VGA adapter error

 

3 long

3270 keyboard adapter error

 

Continuous

Power supply error

Replace the power supply

999s

Power supply error

Replace the power supply

No beep

Power supply

Replace the power supply

 

IBM Thinkpad BIOS:

Beeps/Error

Description

Continuous beeping

System board failure

One beep; Unreadable, blank or flashing LCD

LCD connector problem; LCD backlight inverter failure; video adapter faulty; LCD assembly faulty; System board failure; power supply failure

One beep; Message "Unable to access boot source"

Boot device failure; system board failure

One long, two short beeps

System board failure; Video adapter problem; LCD assembly failure

One long, four short beeps

Low battery voltage

One beep every second

Low battery voltage

Two short beeps with error codes

POST error message

Two short beeps

System board failure

 

IBM Intellistation BIOS:

Beep error code:

Action / Run diagnosics on the following components:

1-1-3 CMOS read/write error 1. Run Setup
2. System Board
1-1-4 ROM BIOS check error 1. System Board
1-2-X DMA error 1. System Board
1-3-X 1. Memory Module
2. System Board
1-4-4 1. Keyboard
2. System Board
1-4-X Error detected in first 64 KB of RAM. 1. Memory Module
2. System Board
2-1-1, 2-1-2 1. Run Setup
2. System Board
2-1-X First 64 KB of RAM failed. 1. Memory Module
2. System Board
2-2-2 1. Video Adapter (if installed)
2. System Board
2-2-X First 64 KB of RAM failed. 1. Memory Module
2. System Board
2-3-X 1. Memory Module
2. System Board
2-4-X 1. Run Setup
2. Memory Module
3. System Board
3-1-X DMA register failed. 1. System Board
3-2-4 Keyboard controller failed. 1. System Board
2. Keyboard
3-3-4 Screen initialization failed. 1. Video Adapter (if installed)
2. System Board
3. Display
3-4-1 Screen retrace lest detected an error. 1. Video Adapter (if installed)
2. System Board
3. Display
3-4-2 POST is searching for video ROM. 1. Video Adapter (if installed)
2. System Board
4 1. Video Adapter (if installed)
2. System Board
All other beep code sequences. 1. System Board
One long and one short beep during POST.
Base 640 KB memory error or shadow RAM error.
1. Memory Module
2. System Board
One long beep and two or three short beeps during POST.(Video error) 1. Video Adapter (if installed)
2. System Board
Three short beeps during POST. 1. See "System board memory" on page 62.
2. System Board
Continuous beep. 1. System Board
Repeating short beeps. 1. Keyboard stuck key?
2. Keyboard Cable
3. System Board

 

Mylex BIOS:

Beeps

Error Message

Description

1

Normal boot

System is booting normally

2

Video adapter error

The video adapter is either faulty or not seated properly. Check the adapter

3

Keyboard controller error

The keyboard controller IC is faulty. Replace the IC if possible

4

Keyboard error

The keyboard controller IC is faulty or the keyboard is faulty. Replace the keyboard, if problem still persists, replace the keyboard controller IC

5

PIC 0 error

The programmable interrupt controller is faulty. Replace the IC if possible

6

PIC 1 error

The programmable interrupt controller is faulty. replace the IC if possible

7

DMA page register error

The DMA controller IC is faulty. Replace the IC if possible

8

RAM refresh error

 

9

RAM data error

 

10

RAM parity error

 

11

DMA controller 0 error

The DMA controller IC for channel 0 has failed

12

CMOS RAM error

The CMOS RAM has failed

13

DMA controller 1 error

The DMA controller IC for channel 1 has failed

14

CMOS RAM battery error

The CMOS RAM battery has failed. If possible, replace the CMOS or battery

15

CMOS RAM checksum error

The CMOS RAM has failed. If possible, replace the CMOS

16

BIOS ROM checksum error

The BIOS ROM has failed. If possible replace the BIOS or upgrade it

 

 

Mylex 386 BIOS:

Beeps

Error Message

Description

1 long

Normal boot

System is booting normally

2 long

Video adapter failure

Either the video adapter is faulty, not seated properly or is missing

1 long, 1 short, 1 long

Keyboard controller error

Either the keyboard controller IC is faulty or the system board circuitry is faulty

1 long, 2 short, 1 long

Keyboard error

Either the keyboard controller is faulty or the system board circuitry is faulty

1 long, 3 short, 1 long

PIC 0 error

The programmable interrupt controller IC is faulty

1 long 4 short, 1 long

PIC 1 error

The programmable interrupt controller IC is faulty

1 long, 5 short, 1 long

DMA page register error

The DMA controller IC 1 or 2 is faulty or the system board circuitry is faulty

1 long, 6 short, 1 long

RAM refresh error

 

1 long, 7 short, 1 long

RAM data error

 

1 long, 8 short, 1 long

RAM parity error

1 long, 9 short, 1 long

DMA controller 1 error

The DMA controller for channel 0 is faulty or the system board circuitry is faulty

1 long, 10 short, 1 long

CMOS RAM error

Either the CMOS RAM is faulty. Replace the CMOS

1 long, 11 short, 1 long

DMA controller 2 error

The DMA controller for channel 1 is faulty or the system board circuitry is faulty

1 long, 12 short, 1 long

CMOS RAM battery error

The CMOS RAM battery is faulty or the CMOS RAM is bad. Replace the battery if possible

1 long, 13 short, 1 long

CMOS checksum error

The CMOS RAM is faulty

1 long 14 short, 1 long

BIOS ROM checksum failure

The BIOS ROM checksum is faulty. Replace the BIOS or upgrade

 

Phoenix ISA/MCA/EISA BIOS:

The beep codes are represented in the number of beeps. E.g. 1-1-2 would mean 1 beep, a pause, 1 beep, a pause, and 2 beeps.

  • With a Dell computer, a 1-2 beep code can also indicate that a bootable add-in card is installed but no boot device is attached. For example, in you insert a Promise Ultra-66 card but do not connect a hard drive to it, you will get the beep code. I verified this with a SIIG (crap -- avoid like the plague) Ultra-66 card, and then confirmed the results with Dell.

Beeps

Error Message

Description

1-1-2

CPU test failure

The CPU is faulty. Replace the CPU

Low 1-1-2

System board select failure

The motherboard is having an undetermined fault. Replace the motherboard

1-1-3

CMOS read/write error

The real time clock/CMOS is faulty. Replace the CMOS if possible

Low 1-1-3

Extended CMOS RAM failure

The extended portion of the CMOS RAM has failed. Replace the CMOS if possible

1-1-4

BIOS ROM checksum error

The BIOS ROM has failed. Replace the BIOS or upgrade if possible

1-2-1

PIT failure

The programmable interrupt timer has failed. Replace if possible

1-2-2

DMA failure

The DMA controller has failed. Replace the IC if possible

1-2-3

DMA read/write failure

The DMA controller has failed. Replace the IC if possible

1-3-1

RAM refresh failure

The RAM refresh controller has failed

1-3-2

64KB RAM failure

The test of the first 64KB RAM has failed to start

1-3-3

First 64KB RAM failure

The first RAM IC has failed. Replace the IC if possible

1-3-4

First 64KB logic failure

The first RAM control logic has failed

1-4-1

Address line failure

The address line to the first 64KB RAM has failed

1-4-2

Parity RAM failure

The first RAM IC has failed. Replace if possible

1-4-3

EISA fail-safe timer test

Replace the motherboard

1-4-4

EISA NMI port 462 test

Replace the motherboard

2-1-1

64KB RAM failure

Bit 0; This data bit on the first RAM IC has failed. Replace the IC if possible

2-1-2

64KB RAM failure

Bit 1; This data bit on the first RAM IC has failed. Replace the IC if possible

2-1-3

64KB RAM failure

Bit 2; This data bit on the first RAM IC has failed. Replace the IC if possible

2-1-4

64KB RAM failure

Bit 3; This data bit on the first RAM IC has failed. Replace the IC if possible

2-2-1

64KB RAM failure

Bit 4; This data bit on the first RAM IC has failed. Replace the IC if possible

2-2-2

64KB RAM failure

Bit 5; This data bit on the first RAM IC has failed. Replace the IC if possible

2-2-3

64KB RAM failure

Bit 6; This data bit on the first RAM IC has failed. Replace the IC if possible

2-2-4

64KB RAM failure

Bit 7; This data bit on the first RAM IC has failed. Replace the IC if possible

2-3-1

64KB RAM failure

Bit 8; This data bit on the first RAM IC has failed. Replace the IC if possible

2-3-2

64KB RAM failure

Bit 9; This data bit on the first RAM IC has failed. Replace the IC if possible

2-3-3

64KB RAM failure

Bit 10; This data bit on the first RAM IC has failed. Replace the IC if possible

2-3-4

64KB RAM failure

Bit 11; This data bit on the first RAM IC has failed. Replace the IC if possible

2-4-1

64KB RAM failure

Bit 12; This data bit on the first RAM IC has failed. Replace the IC if possible

2-4-2

64KB RAM failure

Bit 13; This data bit on the first RAM IC has failed. Replace the IC if possible

2-4-3

64KB RAM failure

Bit 14; This data bit on the first RAM IC has failed. Replace the IC if possible

2-4-4

64KB RAM failure

Bit 15; This data bit on the first RAM IC has failed. Replace the IC if possible

3-1-1

Slave DMA register failure

The DMA controller has failed. Replace the controller if possible

3-1-2

Master DMA register failure

The DMA controller had failed. Replace the controller if possible

3-1-3

Master interrupt mask register failure

The interrupt controller IC has failed

3-1-4

Slave interrupt mask register failure

The interrupt controller IC has failed

3-2-2

Interrupt vector error

The BIOS was unable to load the interrupt vectors into memory. Replace the motherboard

3-2-3

Reserved

 

3-2-4

Keyboard controller failure

The keyboard controller has failed. Replace the IC if possible

3-3-1

CMOS RAM power bad

Replace the CMOS battery or CMOS RAM if possible

3-3-2

CMOS configuration error

The CMOS configuration has failed. Restore the configuration or replace the battery if possible

3-3-3

Reserved

 

3-3-4

Video memory failure

There is a problem with the video memory. Replace the video adapter if possible

3-4-1

Video initialization failure

There is a problem with the video adapter. Reseat the adapter or replace the adapter if possible

4-2-1

Timer failure

The system's timer IC has failed. Replace the IC if possible

4-2-2

Shutdown failure

The CMOS has failed. Replace the CMOS IC if possible

4-2-3

Gate A20 failure

The keyboard controller has failed. Replace the IC if possible

4-2-4

Unexpected interrupt in protected mode

This is a CPU problem. Replace the CPU and retest

4-3-1

RAM test failure

System RAM addressing circuitry is faulty. Replace the motherboard

4-3-3

Interval timer channel 2 failure

The system timer IC has failed. Replace the IC if possible

4-3-4

Time of day clock failure

The real time clock/CMOS has failed. Replace the CMOS if possible

4-4-1

Serial port failure

A error has occurred in the serial port circuitry

4-4-2

Parallel port failure

A error has occurred in the parallel port circuitry

4-4-3

Math coprocessor failure

The math coprocessor has failed. If possible, replace the MPU

 

Beeps

Description

1-1-1-3

Verify real mode

1-1-2-1

Get CPU type

1-1-2-3

Initialize system hardware

1-1-3-1

Initialize chipset registers with initial values

1-1-3-2

Set in POST flag

1-1-3-3

Initialize CPU registers

1-1-4-1

Initialize cache to initial values

1-1-4-3

Initialize I/O

1-2-1-1

Initialize power management

1-2-1-2

Load alternative registers with initial POST values

1-2-1-3

Jump to UserPatch0

1-2-2-1

Initialize timer initialization

1-2-3-1

8254 timer initialization

1-2-3-3

8237 DMA controller initialization

1-2-4-1

Reset Programmable Interrupt Controller

1-3-1-1

Test DRAM refresh

1-3-1-3

Test 8742 Keyboard Controller

1-3-2-1

Set ES segment register to 4GB

1-3-3-1

Autosize DRAM

1-3-3-3

Clear 512K base memory

1-3-4-1

Test 512K base address lines

1-3-4-3

Test 51K base memory

1-4-1-3

Test CPU bus-clock frequency

1-4-2-1

CMOS RAM read/write failure (this commonly indicates a problem on the ISA bus such as a card not seated)

1-4-2-4

Reinitialize the chipset

1-4-3-1

Shadow system BIOS ROM

1-4-3-2

Reinitialize the cache

1-4-3-3

Autosize the cache

1-4-4-1

Configure advanced chipset registers

1-4-4-2

Load alternate registers with CMOS values

2-1-1-1

Set initial CPU speed

2-1-1-3

Initialize interrupt vectors

2-1-2-1

Initialize BIOS interrupts

2-1-2-3

Check ROM copyright notice

2-1-2-4

Initialize manager for PCI Options ROMs

2-1-3-1

Check video configuration against CMOS

2-1-3-2

Initialize PCI bus and devices

2-1-3-3

initialize all video adapters in system

2-1-4-1

Shadow video BIOS ROM

2-1-4-3

Display copyright notice

2-2-1-1

Display CPU type and speed

2-2-1-3

Test keyboard

2-2-2-1

Set key click if enabled

2-2-2-3

Enable keyboard

2-2-3-1

Test for unexpected interrupts

2-2-3-3

Display prompt "Press F2 to enter setup"

2-2-4-1

Test RAM between 512K and 640K

2-3-1-1

Test expanded memory

2-3-1-3

Test extended memory address lines

2-3-2-1

Jump to UserPatch1

2-3-2-3

Enable external and CPU caches

2-3-2-3

Configure advanced cache registers

2-3-3-1

Enable external and CPU caches

2-3-3-2

Initialize SMI handler

2-3-3-3

Display external cache size

2-3-4-1

Display shadow message

2-3-4-3

Display non-disposable segments

2-4-1-1

Display error messages

2-4-1-3

Check for configuration errors

2-4-2-1

Test real-time clock

2-4-2-3

Check for keyboard errors

2-4-4-1

Setup hardware interrupt vectors

2-4-4-3

Test coprocessor if present

3-1-1-1

Disable onboard I/O ports

3-1-1-3

Detect and install external RS232 ports

3-1-2-1

Detect and install external parallel ports

3-1-2-3

Reinitialize onboard I/O ports

3-1-3-1

Initialize BIOS Data Area

3-1-3-3

Initialize Extended BIOS Data Area

3-1-4-1

Initialize floppy controller

3-2-1-1

Initialize hard disk controller

3-2-1-2

Initialize local bus hard disk controller

3-2-1-3

Jump to UserPatch2

3-2-2-1

Disable A20 address line

3-2-2-3

Clear huge ES segment register

3-2-3-1

Search for option ROMs

3-2-3-3

Shadow option ROMs

3-2-4-1

Setup power management

3-2-4-3

Enable hardware interrupts

3-3-1-1

Set time of day

3-3-1-3

Check key lock

3-3-3-1

Erase F2 prompt

3-3-3-3

Scan for F2 keystroke

3-3-4-1

Enter SETUP

3-3-4-3

Clear in-POST flag

3-4-1-1

Check for errors

3-4-1-3

POST done - prepare to boot operating system

3-4-2-1

One beep

3-4-2-3

Check password (optional)

3-4-3-1

Clear global descriptor table

3-4-4-1

Clear parity checkers

3-4-4-3

Check virus and backup reminders

4-1-1-1

Try to boot with INT 19

4-2-1-1

Interrupt handler error

4-2-1-3

Unknown interrupt error

4-2-2-1

Pending interrupt error

4-2-2-3

Initialize option ROM error

4-2-3-1

Shutdown error

4-2-3-3

Extended Block Move

4-2-4-1

Shutdown 10 error

4-2-4-3

Keyboard Controller failure (most likely problem is with RAM or cache unless no video is present)

4-3-1-3

Initialize the chipset

4-3-1-4

Initialize refresh counter

4-3-2-1

Check for Forced Flash

4-3-2-2

BIOS ROM is OK

4-3-2-4

Do a complete RAM test

4-3-3-1

Do OEM initialization

4-3-3-2

Initialize interrupt controller

4-3-3-3

Read in bootstrap code

4-3-3-4

Initialize all vectors

4-3-4-2

Initialize the boot device

4-3-4-3

Boot code was read OK

Quadtel BIOS:

Beeps

Error Messages

Description

1 short

Normal boot

System is booting normally

2 short

CMOS IC error

The CMOS RAM is faulty. Replace the IC if possible

1 long, 2 short

Video failure

The video adapter is faulty. Reseat the video adapter or replace the adapter if possible

1 long, 3short

Peripheral controller error

One or more of the system peripheral controllers is bad. Replace the controllers and retest



Источник: http://www.umopit.ru/CompLab/BIOSbeeps.htm
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