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Wont boot For a while it would not boot XP until I reset two or three times. One short beep but no windows until I reset or turn off and on again.I changed the RAM and power Supply.Now I get three long beeps and nothing.

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Re: Wont boot

I think there is a problem with the pin connection of the RAM. Remove the RAM again, then clean the pin with the contact cleaner spray then plug in again. do same thing with the CPU/processor if necessary. if you got One short beep when boot windows the problem haven't from hardware but on your system. try to run scandisk, disk cleanup, or press F8 while booting to go into "safe mode". Hope this be of some help/idea. Pls post back should you need additional information.

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