I am back! Some might remember my post "Uniflash: 2 chipsets, 2 chips" in the BIOS Utilities and Flash Programs section. Well I did the hot-flashing, flashed the upper half of the chip, and booted with the newly flashed chip.
Long beep, two short beeps, pause, beep, beep, beep, endlessly. From what the Internet tells me, long beep, two short beeps means video error. The beep, beep, beep, endlessly there seems to be less of a consensus on. Now since I flashed only the boot block correctly, I want to know whether that's a common issue, since the boot block BIOS only supports ISA video cards. I do have and ISA video card in there, but there are some other pins on the card that go into some other slot, so it might not be "pure" ISA. Any ideas?
Its seems that your RAM or memory is not properly inserted.
Mostly beeping error is from memory. try removing your RAM then clean the lower part with an eraser.. Then try inserting your RAM again..
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