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DFI infinity wont post

I got continuous long beeps
can anyone help?

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Hi...

When your computer continuos beeping the problem is the RAM you need to open the CPU casing and check the remove the RAM clean the dust then after that, reinsert the RAM to the socket, then turn on your computer. "good luck".

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Posted on Jul 13, 2009

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You have not written how many beeps.
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The fault could be a faulty ram module, or the graphic card is failing.

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However, in looking up for information on the diagnostic LED lights, (The info IS out there. Maybe on DFI's support website, but I couldn't find it), I see that if you are using a graphics card that requires an additional power cable, you'd better have that baby plugged in.

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