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Mother board creates sound

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Good Evening, I am facing with my mother board while I fit the RAM in the RAM slot a sound occured for that I am unable to start my PC. Please tell what should I do?

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It sounds as if you inserted the RAM while the machine was turned on? You may have damaged the RAM, support chips, or perhaps the power supply if contact was made where it shouldn't have been made.
Because some voltage is present even when the machine is turned off, you should either turn off the power with a switch on the back of the system, or pull the AC plug from the wall if no switch is present, before doing any insertion or removal of RAM or add-on cards. 

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