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Boot beeps When pc is turned on, I get one long beep repeatedly. Have tried various known good RAM and another good video card with no change. P3 886 MHz 128Mb Ram 4.3 Gb HDD Win 98SE. Have checked all connections and cables and everything seems ok. How can I get it to boot?

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  • Ron Janson Mar 19, 2007

    Thanks sandrew. Have reseated everything and not upgraded anything. How can I check the power for the processor? The pc worked ok one day and next day just beeped at me!

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Re check all inserted pci cards and all memory, reseat if necassary. Have you recently upgraded anything, if so remove. Continuos beeps can also indicate processor power failure.

Posted on Mar 19, 2007

  • andrew pester
    andrew pester Mar 20, 2007

    Check the power connector to the motherboard, remove and check for shorting, melted pins.

    Only way to check the processor is by using a new one unfortunately, but firstly check your ram, it may be faulty.

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