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Re: 3 beep sound
The 3 beeps means memory problem.
un-install the memories, take a look the stick and the slot. make sure they are in good condition.
reinsert the memory firmly, and make sure they are lock down.
if the still appear, you need to get new memories for the board.
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MSI Beep codes are fairly standard for their motherboards, but based on the BIOS they have in them. Considering it's only two beeps and no more, it sounds like your memory is bad. See the following page at MSI: https://forum-en.msi.com/faq/article/bios-beep-codes
3 Beeps usually means a memory issue. If you've recently added or tried to add additional memory to the
computer and have started getting these beeps. Remove all new memory
you've added to the computer. If the computer works fine after removing
the new memory you're encountering either an incompatibility or
defective new memory.
if it is a continuos repeated beep beep sound your hdd cable is loose and if it comes at boot time only it is the sound for ram testing which says ram isok if a continuos long sound comes and pc doesnot start it is the case of ram fault try cleaning contacts of ram and ram slot with alcohol methyl or spirit or Absolute vodka works best.
These sounds are known as BIOS beep codes. They indicate an error with your system. Traditionally, 1 long and 1 short indicates a system board problem. If you google bios beep codes, you will be able to find the codes that relate to your Bios, or motherboard. Backup your files. Your computer is trying to tell you something.
Open your chassis (cabinet) and look for the bios jumper on the motherboard. It is located near the SATA ports next to the Front Auxiliary Fan connector. Put the jumper in 2-3 to enable maintenance mode. This will allow you to enter bios settings. Then redo any changes that you had made, i.e. reset the memory configuration to auto and save the changes and exit.
Now replace the jumper in 1-2 position. Reboot. And your system will work fine.