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it might be a cpu usage issue, some application might be consuming the CPU time and memory. Try to disable some of the startups on your computer and reboot.
goto start/run then type msconfig and press enter. Goto Startup tab and choose the startups by checking and unchecking the box. the lesser startups the better.
Sounds as though your new RAM may not be compatible with the ECS.This is most certainly the case if the system boots correctly with the old RAM back in place.You may need to check the specs for this mobo on the EliteGroup website to find out what RAM is compatible.
i think u are trying to upgrade ur ram with ur existing ram, if this then plz check ur old ram frequency and then select another ram with same frequency, means u have to install rams with same frequency. i hope u can understand what m i saying.
You could have had a corrupted update. Do you have the CD that came with the computer? There is a BIOS restore utility on it. Download the 1st BIOS version from the website and see if you get the same results.
Try reseating your ram and video card. could be that you have a bad connection somewhere on a socket or port. and once everything warms up the contact becomes better. if that doesnt work reply to this and i'll keep my gears turning
The Computer generates 1 beep. to state that the computer has set itself up properly, without errors. Depending on the bios manufacturer. i.e Pheonix or AMI et,c.
As long as your system is running fine with no crashes or errors.
Then this seems perfectly normal.