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Turn on computer-wouldn't boot

I turn on my computer, but screen remain dark and a beepin sound
comes from the motherboard. how do i solve this problem?

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The problem is your ram memory.open cpu door and remove ram and clean dust with soft cloth and restore.if problem is not solved then you
remove the currunt ram and resotre another ram if you have.

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Hello,
This beeping sound is usually due to the ram, either it is bad or dirty. Get somebody to check it or open the case and remove the ram, clean it with a dry cloth and reseat it back. If you cleaned it and it still is doing the same thing, then the ram may be faulty and will need to be replaced.

Hope you solve this issue.
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Posted on Dec 05, 2008

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