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Re: Random series of beeps from Gateway 300C
I unfortunately need a few more details from you. The machine randomly beeps when you are completely logged into windows while you are performing generals tasks? If you can verify that the amount of memory the computer is reading is the same as what you actually have installed. Do this by right clicking on my computer, select properties and look at the bottom of the general tab. This is to ensure that your memory isn't starting to fail so we can remove that possibility. This model is from 2001 or so correct?
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are you sure the keyboard and mouse locking aren't a symptom of another problem? use your computer until it locks again, once it does restart the machine and when it loads press the windows key and the R key at the same time, in the run dialogue type eventvwr, look at the system and application events and look for red X's which are hard errors. then copy/paste the results here
A fesh restart is in order the if these crash reinstall windows if that dont shore it up we need to troubleshoot more clikc on ask expert a question or chat with a expert we will be here to run you through this issue and get you up and running in no time.. Thanks
Possibly what you thought was a virus was actually early signs of this very instability. Back up everything you care about on that machine at once! Then run diagnostics (google some good download sites and do the downloads to a floppy or CD on the other machine). You are probably looking at buying a replacement (few eMachines are worth repairing)
Check to see if you nieghbor is not playing tricks on you. This sounds rel fishy that your computer reboots when connected to this guys router. Some one is loading something as soon as it is connected. Try loading it with you wireless acount instead of the nieghbors. Also make sure you have your current antvirus and firewalls loaded. But also check to see if Conflicker is an issue, this is a new virus that uses other computers as robots causing them to reboot and install software and make them do all kinds of illgal activites and this one writes to the bios.
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try go to this website download Download SeaTools for DOS now! http://www.seagate.com/www/en-us/support/downloads/seatools/ and run diagnostic to hdd but remember stand by floopy disk to create diagnostic disk.IF this diagnostic disk check said no error so you hdd is ok.try put the ram to different slot.you pc may be is RAM or motherboard faulty
have you tried to uninstall the vedio driver and reinstall it then let me know.go to my computer icon right click it > go to properties >hardware tab > device manager and check if there is any yellow mark showing.kindly do this in starting your computer in safe mode.
It sounds like it's overheated. If you can do this, remove the covers and check the CPU fan and make sure it's running and not full of "bunnies'. Check the heatsink under the fan for dust also. Check the power supply fan to see if it is moving air. If you can, try running without the side panel to see if more air works....