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MoBo speaker beeps while using computer

My Abit IC7-G mobo has started beeping while the computer is already running. A while back, I had the hi-lo siren, which turned out to be a fan error from the northbridge fan getting stuck. I disabled it, and that went away. Now, it's making 3 beeps (all the same tone), then a pause, and repeat. The manual doesn't give me a clue as to what any of its beeps might mean... any ideas?

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  • Robert Southwell
    Robert Southwell Sep 21, 2007

    I'd prefer to know what's causing the alarm first, in case it's something that could cause harm to my system if I leave the root cause uncorrected.

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Go into your bios and disable any kind of alarms related to your cpu or fans. hope this solves your problem.

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