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Will not boot

I foolishly left my PC in my apartment when I evacuated from the hurricane. We did not flood, but a window in the room next to mine busted and it was very humid following the storm with no A/C. Now my PC will boot only sometimes. When it doesn't, the motherboard gets stuck on code "C1" (base memory detect) and have a two-second beep with a three-second pause between beeps. Does anyone know what this means?

I want to try to avoid wiping down the board unless I absolutely have to. Thanks for any help!

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Actually 2 beep codes indicates a problem with RAM chips.....

open the tower and Remove RAM from motherboard and clean the them with a smooth cloth and insert it back again...

your problem will be resolved. if not try with other RAM chips...

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Try unseating the memory then plugging it back in.

Robert ...

If it was that humid i'd even suggest leaving it in a dry place for a few days... but reseat the memory either way.

Posted on Sep 17, 2008

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