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Computer doesn't turn on, only beeping

Hello, I have problem with my computer. I tried to add memory (RAM) but after that my computer didn't turn on anymore. It only keeps making long beeps and the screen is totally black. How to fix this problem? Thanks for the answer.

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Hi Agne Suursaar,

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Do a clear cmos and then try reducing the number of ram sticks that you use to just one, and keep alternating ram sticks in different dimm slots. You may have one or more dead ram sticks/dimms.

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if noting happens remove all the ram, the computer should definitely beep now.
Add only the original memory and try starting up you should get picture.

This seems to be a old problem and if you don\t need assistance in solving it. It would be great if you would share to the world how you fixed your problem so other users can benefit from your experience.

Thank you, Ekse

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