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PC will not reboot.

When I power on the pc, I hear 3 beeps and pc doesn't reboot. The only thing that appears on scree is that monitor works

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Re: PC will not reboot.

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Re: PC will not reboot.

Its a problem with your memory module(Did you install a new RAM?The beeps are caused by a mix of unregistered(64MB, 128MB) and registered memory modules(256 mb and above..Remove the unregistered memory modules and start..This problem also occurs if your memory is not seated properly in its slot..Just try pushing it in..

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Re: PC will not reboot.

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1 Beep
If the PC boots properly, then this beep is normal. It is an audio cue that the PC has passed the POST and started to boot.

  • (AMI) Memory problem
  • (AWARD) Memory problem
2 Beeps
  • (AMI) Memory problem
3 Beeps
  • (AMI) Memory or motherboard problem
  • (AWARD) Video problem
  • (IBM) Keyboard problem
4 Beeps
  • (AMI) System timer failure
  • (AWARD) Video Problem
5 Beeps
  • (AMI) CPU or motherboard problem
6 Beeps
  • (AMI) Keyboard or motherboard problem
7 Beeps
  • (AMI) CPU or motherboard problem
8 Beeps
  • (AMI) Video card or video memory problem
9 Beeps
  • (AMI) Motherboard problem
10 Beeps
  • (AMI) Motherboard problem
11 Beeps
  • (AMI) Cache memory error
Continuous Beeping
  • (AMI) Memory or Video Problem
  • (AWARD) Memory or Video Problem
  • (IBM) Power problem or loose card

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