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MShim6
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DP55KG post error code 64 on boot

Hi,

I have a desktop motherboard DP55KG which suddely got error code 64 on boot, which i don't know where's the problem.

On manual (page 73), it says 60-6F - Reserved for future use (for new busses).

I already checked vídeo, memory, desktop's battery (changed for a new one) and nothing worked.

Specs

Processor: i7-860

Cooler: Coolermaster 412 PWM

Memory: Corsair Dominator (8 GB)

Video: PNY geForce 550Ti

Power: Corsair AX1200i

O.S.: Windows 7 Ultimate x64; Ubuntu 13.04

I also tried to clear CMOS and it doesn't work. Can any one give a tip?

P.S: My warranty already expired since 2012.

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Jose_H_Intel1
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Hi mshimoda, I am sorry for the issue.

POST codes 60-6F do not exist. It is probably B4.

The codes B0-BF are related to the boot devices; so, you may want to take this into consideration. It may help to know if you get video from your system or three beeps without memory, two beeps without graphics...

The link below includes several useful articles.

http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/sb/cs-010254.htm Desktop Boards; Troubleshooting system no boot issues

You may also try a BIOS recovery if you get video or proper beeps as suggested above.

http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/sb/CS-022312.htm Desktop Boards; BIOS update instructions

MShim6
Novice
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Hi,

I got two beeps without graphics card, but when i removed memory; i got a deadlock (desktop board rebooting and no beeps).

I tried to reinstall memory and install my old graphics card (GT 210) and sadly it still happenning About beeps, i'm getting two beeps with a graphics card and code 64.

Jose_H_Intel1
Employee
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If the motherboard was working with this graphics card, and you tested it or replace it, you may want to narrow this further by testing the motherboard out of the case with minimum components in a non-conductive surface. Otherwise, you may replace the motherboard if in warranty by contacting your local http://www.intel.com/p/en_US/support/contactsupport Intel® support team.

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