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  • Timothy Farley May 11, 2010

    Hi there. Can you run through what happens from the moment you turn the system on, and if you can hear any beeps, also what order the beeps are in, i.e. 1 long 2 short.



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Normally you would only hear one beep when the post is successful. If you are hearing a pattern of beeps then your ram memory or video card needs to be reseated in their slots or you have installed incompatible ram memory in your computer.

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