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Beeps when starting up

My emachine t5246 is beeping when I try to boot it up and the fan turns on but that is all it does. Any suggestions?

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  • heatherskans Dec 29, 2008

    it is long beeps and countinues until I push and hold the power button for it to shut off.

  • heatherskans Dec 30, 2008

    I just wnated to say thanks! I did not have to replace the ram just had to take it out and put it back in.

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I need to know how many time it beeps. THat actually tells you what is wrong. This site tells you what to listen for. Let me know if you need any interpretation

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  • Dan rogers
    Dan rogers Dec 29, 2008

    It sounds like it might be a problem with your ram. It is relatively easy to replace if you know the inside of a computer or know someone who does.

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