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Long beep im getting a long beep when i power my was doing it yesterday and it went away then it came back today...dont know what to do...please help...

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Re: long beep - AOpen MX46-533V (91.89U10.061) Motherboard Motherboards

Ram problem
or ram slots check it

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Re: long beep

It's possible that one key on the keyboard may stuck be in the pressed position, but somehow releases itself. try another keyboard or disassemble and clean this one.

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