Need beep codes... need a MB speaker. wire one up?

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  1. Mycophiles

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    I need a MB speaker. Been to fry's and other electronic shops around town. Even searched newegg. Can't find one. Anyone know where to find one?
     
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    I've got one. PM me your address and I'll send it to you.
     
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    any piezzo electric buzzer should work, go to radioshack and pick one up for a buck or two
     
  5. Mycophiles

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    Dude. I'd pm you but OT for some reason is saying I don't have a sub and can't sent PM's.

    email [email protected] .com

    I'll hit you back with the address. I appreciate it.

    And.. I could get a buzzer... 5v but the connection is a bit trickier. I'll look around also for something that I can cut the jumper out of.
     
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    Well w/ the diagnostic card you can tell exactly what is the problem :dunno:
     
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    email incoming.
     
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    Speaker on the way.
     
  10. Mycophiles

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    Got it used it. I really appreciate it man. :bowdown:
     
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    I was literally about to PM you asking if you got it or not. :)

    Glad I could help.
     
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    So I figured this out. It's strange though. The only way I could get the computer to boot is using one of the memory chips on the A2 slot. Apparently the other memory chip is bad and slot's A1 B1 are bad. Manual says when using one memory module to use either A1 or B1 but the computer only works with the memory slot in B2.

    The memory is under warranty as well as the MB. I'm wondering if I should complain to the MB manufacturer or the memory manufacturer or both and don't have any other ram to test the board with.
     
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    N/M RMA'ing both the MB and the ram. Yay
     

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