Question about Foxconn Computers & Internet
You have a hardware problem. Start by opening the case and disconnecting the hard drive, CD, video card (if an external card) and even the memory. Now turn it on.
Oh, yes--unplug the keyboard. Do this first--a stuck key will produce a continuous sound that you described.
If not the keyboard, and after you unplug everything, if you still get the sound you no doubt have an issue with the motherboard. If no sound, start hooking stuff up until you find the problem. I'd put money on the keyboard, though.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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