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A couple of points.
Many system boxes no longer have built in speakers, and if they do they are very simple and simply used for POST errors and other alarms eg CPU fan failed, overheating etc. If there is a pattern to the beeps, you need to check against your BIOS codes to ensure nothing serious is happening.
If your system is working completely normally otherwise, then I would suspect an audio problem, which might be resolved by removing and re-installing the audio driver from the disk supplied.
Posted on Nov 10, 2014
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