Tried two speakers, still no beeps.

Discussion in 'Soyo' started by Bubba Gump, Sep 30, 2005.

  1. Bubba Gump

    Bubba Gump Guest

    This is weird.
    I recently moved my MoBo, a KT600 Dragon Ultra Platinum, into a new case.
    Everything works fine (I'm on it now), but when I start the computer up, I
    don't get any POST beeps. Since I can't find the internal speaker in this
    new case (just the 4-pin connector with wires disappearing into the
    fascia), I assumed either the provided speaker was either dead or missing.

    So this morning, I took the speaker out of my old case and plugged it into
    my new one, plugging it into the MoBo connector; booted up; still no beeps.

    What would stop an internal speaker from working when everything else works
    fine? I've built several PC's, so I know what I'm doing, and nothing is
    plugged in "backwards", "upside down" or in the wrong place.

    Any ideas? Anyone seen this before? Thanks.
    --
    -*- Bubba -*-
     
    Bubba Gump, Sep 30, 2005
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