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Computer beeps when I turn it on and keeps beeping the monitor

Says it is sleeping I have not been able to get a windows start up at all.

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Take your memory out and reseat it otherwords
put back in make sure its in all the way

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Probable reason for the beeping sound are:
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  • defective, dirty or faulty seated video card; clean, re-seat or replace (likely);
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The monitor going into sleep mode is because it does not sense any usable video signal from the computer.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information. Good luck and kind regards. Thank you for using FixYa.

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Press the power button on the Computer it should come out of sleep mode then if it doesn't hold the power button of the computer down until the system turns completely off.

Then turn back on the computer should now boot fine. Once in windows goto control panel and select power option then adjust the setting.


Hope this helps you
Cheers J

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