My board is dx58so2.
A few days ago, USB devices were repeatedly recognized.
3 beeps after rebooting.
You have reinstalled RAM.
After that, you will not hear any beeps, but the M / B will stop at POST code 58 and the screen will "-" come to a stop.
Postal code 58 is "USB bus resetting".
How do I reset the USB bus?
* I am Korean and I used Google Translator.
Unplug your system from A/C power and let it sit for 5 minutes. Then, before powering it back on, unplug all nonessential USB devices. See if you can then get through POST.
Hope this helps,
Well, first thing you do it go here: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/services/000006303.html?wapkw=warranty+check Determine if Your Product Is Still Under Warranty. If it is under warranty, then you need to contact Intel Customer Support to discuss a replacement. Here is contact information, broken down by geography:
http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/contact-support.html# @11 Intel Customer Support Contact Information for US and Canada
http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/contact-support/emea-contact.html Intel Customer Support Contact Information for Europe, Middle East and Africa
http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/contact-support/apac-contact.html Intel Customer Support Contact Information for Asia-Pacific
http://www.intel.la/content/www/xl/es/support/contact-support/lar-contact.html Intel Customer Support Contact Information for Latin America
To be honest, this board is so old that I rather doubt that it is still under warranty. If this is the case, you have two choices,
- Since Intel has exited the Desktop Board business, purchasing an exact replacement is rather doubtful unless you are willing to purchase a used board. You will more-likely want to look for a new board (though "new" is a relative thing), from a different board manufacturer, that supports your particular processor.
- Honestly, this board and processor are both ancient, 7 years old and 7 board, chipset and processor generations out of date. While they might yield an acceptable performance level for specific duties, they certainly can't do so very (power) efficiently. At the same time, they are going to be increasingly delicate and failure will always be imminent (most components are at or past their MTBF dates). No, a better solution is to consider replacing the board and processor with something much more modern.
Hope this helps,