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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.

Posted on Nov 12, 2008

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Most likely something is not inserted right into the motherboard.
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