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Continuous beeping

Try to reinstall xop sp2 boot screen dispays ok ram ok.hd`s ok..cd`s ok....go to option screen to highlight option but no response...the goes to continuous beeping

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  • Misterixas May 11, 2010

    Have you tried to set BIOS to it's defaults (clear CMOS)?

  • Thomas F. Schneider May 11, 2010

    Te us the Beep sequesnce. This is a code. 

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You may have bad memory,if you have more than one stick installed try one at a time,see what difference this make

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try booting from cd/dvd by pressing F12 on the Dell screen.

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