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My computer won't boot nor display anything. It happened when I used the computer for about 12 hours. I think my processor overheated because according to the help about beep codes which I researched, 3 beeps means there is something wrong with the 1st 64KB of memory or a malfunctioning processor. Can somebody help me?

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1>> Just check your cable which joins HardDisk to Motherboard .... If Harddisk is not properly attached         to the motherboard ...your computer wont "boot" at all.....

2>> Even check your Battery(Lithium 3V rechargable) of your Motherboard...If your Battery is Damaged ... the computer will not start ... Because every program works on clock 


3>>Also Check your RAM ...just deattach and clean with dry cotton and attach it again

Try these Steps your computer will repond......

 

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Try replacing the Processor fan usually due to this processor over heats

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