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Beeping noise. Hi, my computer say no signal, then after then 5 minutes, it has one long constant beeping noises. The connection is fine. I check to see if the ram was bad, but it wasn't since i bought another one. I check online, it say one beep means no problem. but the beeping won't stop and my screen say no signal?

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Good chance you need to reseat the VIDEO card.
http://www.computerhope.com/beep.htm

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