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Continuous Beep

A continuous beep from the chassis speaker from POST onward, but Windows 7 Pro 64-bit boots/runs without a problem.
This was a new build that worked perfect until I moved all the parts into a new case, and new power supply.
Removed the m-board from the case - no change
Used known good PS (m-board still removed) - no change
Changed USB keyboard - no change

PS - Changed from OCZ GameXStream 700w to Cosair CMPSU-750TX
Mainboard - GA-890GPA-UD3H
CPU - AMD Phenom II X2 555 BE (unlocked x4)
Mem - AMD Black Edition - OCZ3BE1600C8LV4GK 2X2G

After the above, I'm lost; I'd appreciate any help.
Thank you... pjdc3

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Omitted info

Excuse me, I forgot to include...
The first thing I did was remove the mem sticks, reinstall one at a time, restarting at each move.
Also used a different chassis speaker, & of course running with minimum hardware,
All still produce the continuous beep.
TIA... pjdc3

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BIOS and jumpers/connections

Take nothing for granted. In fact when it appears you tried it all, break down the system entirely and rebuild. Be sure, to check the bios of all its setting and they make sense. Look at temp setting and if your new case has, "intrusion setting", open case, etc.. Because, if it working or then that suggests some setting is giving a warning and to happen so quick upon POST, maybe a h/w fault, but you haven't cleared it, if its looking for something that's not there. You may want to check the bios uncheck "any error status" is NOT set. That way at least the bios maybe cleared but it should still be looked into, regardless. Verify the fan setup as well in bio, to include the proper connection on the mtrbd.. Recheck the manual that it loks as it should or comply. look into all that...

tada -----Willy Happy

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Beep is Gone

Thanks for the taking the time to reply Willy...
I never did find what was wrong; I got rid of the Beep by clearing the CMOS, and setting "Fail Safe Defaults", but... there always seems to be a "but" doesn't there? When windows booted after this... EVERYTHING was foreign, resolution, colors, etc., I even get the "Not Genuine" spiel now. If I can't work this out, I'll submit another Post.
Again Thank you... pjdc3

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