Motherboard debugger codes

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I've an abit ab9 pro motherboard. When I turn on my computer after a few seconds, the PC is shutting down and my debugger shown code "8A" what's that mean? Please could someone explain it for me? Thanks!

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Motherboard Abit ab9 pro

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Not sure. I have looked at numerous ABIT motherboard manuals for the AB9 and not one had a code 8A. Please check the code again and post back if it is something different.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Generally, a beep code means a basic function was unable to start in a computer/laptop. The most common problems that cause through beep codes are memory/heat related failures. While you did not mention about OS. Or if that starts first time? Have you done any update Or remove/insert any hardware part of your computer? Is this under warranty? Is the OS loaded by the vendor/you have loaded after purchasing that one? Please come back with more details.
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  • aref89
    Actually I've changed my CPU to quad q6600. I worry about Electrical discharge because I had power supply issues in during testing CPU.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    How did you change the motherboard? By you only or through an expert? If you took help from an expert, it is better to ask the same person to resolve this issue.
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  • aref89
    I changed CPU by myself. I have enough experience for doing this job but this time I've getting in trouble.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Yes, check the power supply or SMPS that is compatible with this motherboard/ other hardware that is attached.
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  • ToddN2000
    I assume that the other components are still compatible like memory speed, power supply, BIOS. Just curious, did you upgrade from a 32-bit to a 64-bit CPU?
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