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Thread: The Biannual-Out: Beware of Bill Aims! :O

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    As long as you can see what MB brand it is you can look up the beep codes. If there's a debug LED on the board the codes for that should be available too.
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    Dunno how well you can see it but this is it..

    IMG_20171206_134751.jpg

    And this is the motherboard..

    https://ca.msi.com/Motherboard/Z77AG45/Overview

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    Sort of. Definitely not the stock Intel HS & fan
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    Looks like no debug LED unfortunately. Here are the beep codes: https://forum-en.msi.com/faq/article/bios-beep-codes
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    I'm guessing the cooler is this: http://www.zalman.com/contents/produ...ew.html?no=367

    Amusing coincidence if it is .
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    Can't remember how many beeps it was. Gah, guess I'll have to hook it up again. At some point

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colonel Guile View Post
    I'm guessing the cooler is this: http://www.zalman.com/contents/produ...ew.html?no=367

    Amusing coincidence if it is .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colonel Guile View Post
    I'm guessing the cooler is this: http://www.zalman.com/contents/produ...ew.html?no=367

    Amusing coincidence if it is .
    Yeah that looks to be it actually. Lights up red too.

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    Trying to rack my brain here, think it is the bad cpu/mobo beeps.

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    It's too bad it doesn't have a little display or LEDs on the board. Makes it much easier to suss out problems.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colonel Guile View Post
    It's too bad it doesn't have a little display or LEDs on the board. Makes it much easier to track down problems.
    Yar. Looks like the board is about 5 years old, still seems decent though.

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    Everything lights up so hopefully the ps is fine.

    It switches completely off after beeping at me too btw.

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    I'm gonna go see if we have the proper tool in the office or storeroom for that effin fan system.

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    The manual doesn't have removal instructions but it shouldn't be too tricky to inverse the Intel install steps. Looks like an allen wrench/hex key is needed for some of it. Best of luck, I'm off for now .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colonel Guile View Post
    The manual doesn't have removal instructions but it shouldn't be too tricky to inverse the Intel install steps. Looks like an allen wrench/hex key is needed for some of it. Best of luck, I'm off for now .
    Yar. Not gonna mess with it anymore today, Don't wanna take things out of my current pc atm. Byes.

    Maybe I'll just say fuckit and get a PS4

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