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Packard Bell imedia 5077 bios 3 beep problem

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I recntly attempted o upgrade the memory in my desktop from 256mb to 1024 mb. I purchased the same memory but when i booted the computer i ust got 3 continual beeps. I ut the old memory back in and it is stil the same!

Can anyone help???

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Find what type of motherboard you have then
look for the beep code information here
http://bioscentral.com/

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