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Keeps beeping even with memory

Hi guyz... after fixing the previous problem, my computer doesnt open, now it keeps beeping... (T_T)

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Is the memory ok? is the grapihic's card ok? take out the memory and graphics card clean the contacts with a cottonete and instal it again

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Blue screen could be the windows files getting corrupted due to a virus, file fragmentation or a failing hard drive, overheating cpu or failing memory.
The beeping usually indicates a hardware failure, first open the computer and see it the CPU heatsink is in place properly seated and fan is connected and spinning.
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My Computer Beeping when star-up. The Beeping sound is continue such as Beep...Bee...Beep...Beep..until I force it by pressing the start up button to stop it total. I think due to the new mouse and...


Beeps always indicate error excluding a one single beep only which indicate process.Every manufacturer has its own beep setting. it comprises on short and long beeps. If previously it working good, then your idea may be correct. replace both the keyboard and mouse with existing. start computer if now it not giving beeps it meant that one of them is causing problem. connect one by one and start computer you will reach. AND if even after replacing keyboard and mouse it gave beeps then shut down your system. Open casing remove processor and memory chip out and connect them again it will work now INSHALLAH.

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Not the right category for computer but a beeping computer on switch on usually means the memory module is not present or not working.
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One long continues beep that stops and the computer then works could be anything normally the PC is looking for something can’t fined it and moves on.
If you are concerned restore the system to a previous time i.e., prior to the beep starting to happen.

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Does the computer beep when you turn it on? If so, count the beeps and google it. Something like "computer beep 3 times at post" or similar.

If it does not beep, remove all buy one of your memory chips. (mind your static charge, keep in touch with your computer case so you don't fry your mobo or memory) Will the system post with only one chip? If not, try all of your memory chips one at a time. Post now? If so, you can narrow down the issue.

If this doesn't work, remove all of the cards. (video, sound, network, etc) Turn the computer back on. If it still does not beep, it is very likely that the CPU is the culprit, with a slight left field chance of it being the power supply.

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Probably one or more RAM modules has gone bad.

I suggest you leave just one memory module in your motherboard and see if it boots,
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