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Beep Codes viewer

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System Name Ha/AhHa/Dell
Processor QX9650 SLAWN C1/i7-980x/i7-6700K
Motherboard GA-X48_DS4 (F3B bios)/Gigabyte x58A-UDR3 v 2.0(modded FH bios)/Dell Foxconn 0XJ8C4 Z170
Cooling CNPS9900 LED/H60/ 3 pipe-center fan-air
Memory 8 Gig of G.Skill F2-8800CL5D/24 Gb Corsair Vengence/ 24Gb Samsung DDR4 2133
Video Card(s) Galaxy NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960/PowerColor R9 280/ASUS R9 380X Strix G1
Storage All have SSDs with HDDs for extra storage and backup/Dell-M.2 Samsung 850 EVO PCIe
Display(s) Asus 266H/Viewsonic 1080p/HP ZR24W
Case CM-690/CM-690 II adv/Dell 8900 series
Audio Device(s) All use on board (Realtek) w/2.1 speakers
Power Supply PC P&C 750/PC P&C Silencer 950/CM 700 Extreme
Mouse Logitech
Keyboard Logitech
Software Windows 10 Pro - 64 bit/Windows 10 Pro - 64bit/Windows 10 Pro - 64bit
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I am putting this here; and, if, a mod wishes to move it, they will; however, I feel it is related to MBs and not general software.

I found this little program that shows info on the different bios beep codes and this issue rears it's head every once in a while; so, this little app may help.

Beep Codes Viewer 0.4.7.462 by rizone3.com.
I tried it, scanned it, and ran it... seems ok; but, a little bit buggy when you try the ? button. Seems none of the links or OK button work(at least for me) and the green bar, seems to, show the usage of the drive it is run from; also, you have to close the dialog box with the X.
However, the main information screen works.
It looks to be a work in progress, maybe.

Spoiler shows screen shot.
:)