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Although motherboard beep sounds depend on the type of CMOS/BIOS (like AMI, PHOENIX, IBM, AWARD BIOS etc) - still long beep is because of RAM failure. Please first remove the RAM - clean the RAM and slot well - re-install it - you may try in the different slot also. If it does not work you must use another RAM (the frequency should match).
Unplug the power cord from the PC. Open you're case & find the 3.0v battery on the board. Use a flat tip screw driver & remove the battery. Wait about 15 seconds & replace the battery. Close the case & plug the power cord back in. Boot the PC. You will need to enter the bios to reset the clock settings & any other settings you may have made. Thats it.
Over time Computer components may become loose due to vibrations or just being moved. You should open up your case, remove and re-insert your removable PC parts such as the memory modules or in this case the CPU. Use a can of compressed air to remove any dust and dirt that may have collected in the case over time as this can lead to overheating.
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