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Double check cable from the motherboard to your hardisk likeIDE or SATA together with the power cord just make sure if its fully inserted. boot up the pc press delete to check UPTHE BOIS IF THE HARDISK is connected.
RAM( Random Access Memory) maybe defective. replace it to thenew one and boot up your desktop.
sometimes if the onboard /vga, (video graphics adpter) are defective its also beepingrapidly. also try to clean up your ram using pencil eraser.
One beep means everything posted right
I would start with the video card and pull
it out of socket then reinsert it you could
have a bad card or bad cable or the
mother board cant handle vcard
Short, No power, Bad CPU/MB, Loose Peripherals
Everything is normal and Computer POSTed fine
One Long Beep, One Short Beep
One Long Beep, Two Short Beeps
One Long Beep, Three Short Beeps
Three Long Beeps
Repeated Long Beeps
Continuous Hi-Lo Beeps
Your moniter resolution is greater than its compitable resolution.You have to start it on its safe mode.First unplug your coputer cable then restart it then you have to select Start with Safe Mode.If it doesn't work you have to format your PC.
Remove and reinsert the dimms reseat the video card also put everything back and try agailn If this dont work reseat the cpu and repeat steps above
If the above fails to fix
If it will boot into safe mode and use the standard vga as you did before and restart and try to reinstall the drivers You are sure you installed the rilght drivers for your OS It may be that the card is not compatible wilth your mobo.Try checking compatability list for your OD
I would try switching slots on the MB. I'd hate to think a new MB has bad slots, but I've seen it happen. You might also want to try the card in another computer that you know is working. If it works there, then you've got an MB problem, if it doesn't then I'd say the video is bad.