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Beep sound when swith on

When i turn on the cpu, sometime can't work, there sound beep. and the display tell me, that the cpu error becouse overheat, what its mean
so sometime when i work, it shutdown it self
how to fix it, please send to my email, wiramayasa2001@yahoo.com
thank you very much

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Good day,

a beep from your cpu system means that there is an error. and since there is a "cpu overheat" error, it could mean that your cpu cooling system (or its fan) is not working.

the shutdown is a defense mechanism of your cpu in order for your cpu not to self distract.

have the cooling system replaced as soon as possible to avoid further damage.

i hope this will help

Posted on Oct 13, 2008

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