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I have a Aopen MK77M-8XN that will not boot up. Just a short beep

Short beeps repeated and no boot.

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Reseat RAM, CMOS re-boot.

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Continuous beep

This is most likely a memory error. You didn't say if you've done any work inside the computer but if you have double check that the ram is seated correctly.

You bios is award and these are the beep codes:

Beep code brief:
1 Long Beep: Memory problem
1 Long Beep and 2 Short Beeps: Video error
Continuous Beeping: Memory or video problem
Any other beep pattern: Most likely Memory problem

1 long Beep: Memory problem
Something is wrong with the memory installed. Check out the troubleshooting memory problems FAQ for details. Note that there could also be something wrong with just accessing the memory (ie the motherboard has a problem).

1 long beep, then 2 Short Beeps: Video error
The motherboard is not able to access the video card for some reason. Either the video card is not working, it's memory is not accessable, or it's BIOS may be corrupt. This error code could also mean something is wrong with the motherboard.

Continuous Beeping: Memory or video problem
This is a tricky situation... likely the problem is either memory or the video. This can also be found when the motherboard is faulty.

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Beeping with no boot up

Beep codes mean something has gone wrong with the computer. Beep codes most likely happen for: Memory, Processor, Motherboard.

Try reseating the memory in the computer.

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Computer will not boot

3 beeps = memory
long beeps = processor

long and short mixed = main board,,,

yours sound like memory, try the memory in another pc and see if it works
if it does its your processor


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The beep has an intentional sequence. Check out the motherboard manual to identify the beep pattern and the corresponding problem. For example, 3 short beeps indicate bad memory

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