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Make sure you have installed the correct type of ram into the board. Here are the ram specs for that board
• Memory: Support DDR2 533/667 MHz 2 x DDR2 DIMM Memory Slot Max. Supports up to 4GB Memory
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The three beeps tells you that something inside the system is not properly installed. Check all hardware installations and position properly all hardware not properly installed. If nothing is improperly installed, try cleaning the RAM with a piece of clean cloth and install properly.
Not to argue, as we are here to help. However, heat is not the most likely cause of computer freezing. More likely culprits are voltage settings, RAM and drivers. Please tell us a little more about your system (what board, memory, PSU etc.), and if you are you overclocking. I had a similar problem on one build and increasing the RAM voltage solved the problem. Also, some mobo's dont like the "auto" settings in BIOS. Plz re-post your system spec's.
unfortunately there are no sites with info on this board, but similair ones can take upto 512MB of ram, but you would be wise trying a matching 128MB stick in the other slot.
You will have to visit a computer fair to get hold of sdram or try ebay.