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Two beeps long

Why my cpu beeps long by 2 times? like this beeeep beeeep

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You DIMM(RAM) cards are loose. You will need to take them out and reseat them into their place so that the system will let you through. Tow beeps indicate memory testing failure so thats all you need to do.

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Hi..good day Mr./miss..if you want to solve that problem you need to open the CPU cover then remove easy the memory(SDR,DDR) then make a clean using a Paper/Eraser the Pin connectors..warning...!..use only eraser..Thanks

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power off at back of machine
replug cards
replug CPU
replug memory
repower
still beeeeep; then power off back and reset BIOS settings via jumper
still a beeeep; then go out for a drink or try another videocard
i meet more girls' videocards thanks to beeeeep.

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hmmm my sussgestion in yoyr case is that, don't attach all things at once. do the following step bye step.

Step 1). Attach SMPS, Front Panel Connectio, and an in built speaker and CPU (don't add RAM, HDD, FDD, VGA Card or any thing els)

Power on and watch:

Case 1: if you can hear a long beep, then you CPU and board is OK

Case 2: No beep means CPU or board is faulty. Try to Reconnect CPU again and do step 1.

Step 2) Now power off and add RAM only.

Power on and watch.

Case 1: if you can hear the ok beep it means till now your RAM is Ok
otherwise clean your RAM connection and add it again.

Further you can add your VGA, HDD CD-ROM/DVD, PCI Devices etc. and easily short-out your problem.

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