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Can be a defect or a bios problem:reset the bios by the "reset bios" jumper on the motherboard or press canc during boot and enter bios; on the exit and save tab select "load system bios defaults" then select save and exit. if after that it beep again is a faulty component, probably a ram bank. turn off pc, disconnect the ac cable and remove a ram bank (if there're 2 or more on the motherboard) and switch them until it boot. hope it help
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