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From the time it start beep it means either your ram or video card is not good. My recommendation would be checking to connections of the ram and the any other card you have installed on the motherboards or simply just dis connect them wait a couple seconds and connect them back properly and firmly.
First make sure you haven't installed too much memory. The computer uses DDR 2 memory but what is the maximum amount it can use. If it can only support 2mb and you have 4 installed the computer will read that as an error during boot up. Second, disconnect the Keyboard and as the computer is booting access the BIOS. disable the stop on all errors setting so it can get past not sensing the keyboard and see if that boots. If the computer boots after that the problem is a fault in your keyboard like a stuck key which will give you the constant beep. If you see the spalsh or BIOS screens then the problem is not the Video Card. If you don't get those screens double check and make sure the Video card is properly installed with nothing installed in a slot directly below it as this sometimes causes conflicts.
could be faulty PSU,memory or mainboard itself is gone. pull all parts except psu,1 stick of ram,1 HDD. If it boots, start adding parts one at a time until it doesnt boot..thats your trouble maker. IF it doesn't boot stripped down then it is like I said at first.
Hey just remove the hard disk and and removable drive and then try. And check that your hard disk data cable and cd/dvd driver data cable is in good position or not. Many times the problem is happens because of cable. So you just try a new cable.