Mengenal Beep Code pada BIOS


Sering kali komputer terjadi permasalahan yang terkadang kita sendiri tidak tahu apa permasalahan tersebut, sebenarnya BIOS telah memeberitahukan tentang permasalahan yang terjadi pada komputer ketika komputer sedang bermasalah, nah untuk mengetahuinya anda dapat mempelajari dengan mengenal bunyi pada saat komputer terjadi permasalahan atau yang dikenal sebagai beep code, untuk mempelajari jenis-jenis beepcode anda tidak dapat mempelajarinya pada satu sumber saja, tetapi anda bisa mencoba mempelajari beepcode dari beberapa sumber Manufaktur BIOS seperti, IBM Bios, AMI Bios, Award & Phoenix

IBM BIOS
–  Beep 1x pendek : Normal POST – no error
Beep 2x pendek : POST error – see screen for error code
Tanpa Beep : Power missing, loose card or short circuit
Beep Berulang-ulang : Power missing, loose card or short circuit
Beep Pendek Berulang-ulang : Power missing, loose card or short circuit
Beep 1x panjang & Beep 1x pendek : System board error
Beep 1x panjang & Beep 2x pendek : Video (mono/CGA display adapter)
Beep 1x panjang & Beep 3x pendek : Video (EGA display adapter)
Beep 3x pendek : Keyboard error
Beep1x,Tampilan Monitor Blank :Video display circuitry

AMI BIOS

Beep 1x pendek : DRAM refresh failure
Beep 2x pendek : Parity circuit failure
Beep 3x pendek : Base memory (64k) RAM failure
Beep 4x pendek : System timer failure
Beep 5x pendek : CPU failure
Beep 6x pendek : Keyboard controller error
Beep 7x pendek : Virtual mode exception error
Beep 8x pendek : Display memory failure
Beep 9x pendek : ROM BIOS checksum failure
Beep 1x panjang & Beep 3x pendek :Base/extended memory failure
Beep 1x panjang & Beep 8x pendek :Display/retrace test failure

Award BIOS
Beep 1x pendek :No error during POST
Beep 2x pendek :Any non-fatal error
Beep 1x panjang & Beep 2x pendek : Video error
Beep 1x panjang & Beep 3x pendek :Keyboard controller error

Phoenix BIOS
One, one and three beeps : CMOS read/write failure
One, one and four beeps : ROM BIOS checksum failure
One, two and one beep : Programmable interval timer failure
One, two and two beeps : DMA initialisation failure
One, two and three beeps : DMA page register read/write failure
One, three and one beep : RAM refresh verification error
One, three and three beeps : First 64k RAM chip/data line failure
One, three and four beeps : First 64k odd/even logic failure
One, four and one beep : Address line failure first 64k RAM
One, four and two beeps : Parity failure first 64k RAM
One, four and three beeps : Fail-safe timer feature (EISA only)
One, four and four beeps : Software NMI port failure (EISA only)
Two, one and up to four beeps : First 64k RAM chip/data line failure (bits
0 to 3 respectively)
Two, two and up to four beeps : First 64k RAM chip/data line failure (bits
4 to 7 respectively)
Two, three and up to four beeps : First 64k RAM chip/data line failure (bits
8 to 11 respectively)
Two, four and up to four beeps : First 64k RAM chip/data line failure (bits
12 to 15 respectively)
Three, one and one beep : Slave DMA register failure
Three, one and two beeps : Master DMA register failure
Three, one and three beeps : Master interrupt mask register failure
Three, one and four beeps : Slave interrupt register failure
Three, two and four beeps : Keyboard controller test failure
Three, three and four beeps : Screen initialisation failure
Three, four and one beep : Screen retrace test failure
Four, two and one beep : Timer tick failure
Four, two and two beeps : Shutdown test failure
Four, two and three beeps : Gate A20 failure
Four, two and four beeps : Unexpected interrupt in protected mode
Four, three and one beep : RAM text address failure
Four, three and three beeps : Interval timer channel 2 failure
Four, three and four beeps : Time of day clock failure
Four, four and three beeps : Maths coprocessor failure

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