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PC got hanged after 3 beeps.

I have Inter D850MV motherbord with 1.6 GHz P4 Intel processer and 64*2 MB RDRAM. When i push on button of my PC it got hanged after giving 3 beeps by motherboard. Noting is happening after that. Please Help.

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Re: PC got hanged after 3 beeps.

Hi, Depending on the sequence, interval and duration of the beeps, this indicates either a video card or memory problem. Try and re-seat or replace as may be applicable. you can also try cleaning the gold connectors. Good luck and kind regards.

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The four RIMM sockets are grouped into two banks:
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Bank 0 must be populated first ensuring that the RDRAM installed in RIMM1 and RIMM2 is identical in speed, size, and density. For example, the minimum system configuration would use two 64 MB RIMM modules of PC600 or PC800 RDRAM.
If the desired memory configuration has been achieved by populating Bank 0, then Bank 1 should be filled with two Continuity RIMMs.
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