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Cpu troubleshooting after i open my computer, i hear a continous long beep on the CPU? what seems to be the problem?

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This could be a memory or a video card problem.

To isolate the problem one at a time.

Try to open your computer remove the memory and and place it in another slot. Then try to restart the computer. If the problem is still there. Then go try checking the video card. just like the memory, try placing the videocard in another slot. Then try to restart again.

If the problem is still there, then either your memory or your videocard needs replacement. If you have spares, try isolating one by one again by replacing them one at a time.

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It could mean that there is something wrong with the memory. Try using other memory.


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Hi, Do this beeping code for motherboard troubleshooting. First disconnect all memory,external video card, etc only motherboard and power supply. Then power on if you hear continuous beeping means the motherboard working good. Please do this beeping code troubleshooting.
No beeping means Short, No power, Bad CPU/MB, Loose Peripherals. One beeping means Everything is normal and Computer posted fine. Two beeping means POST/CMOS Error. One Long Beep, One Short Beep means Motherboard Problem.
One Long Beep, Two Short Beeps means Video Problem.
One Long Beep, Three Short Beeps means Video problem.
Repeated Long Beeps means memory error.
Continuous Hi-Lo Beeps means CPU Overheating.






Jul 14, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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A Comprehensive Guide on Computer Beep Codes. (AWARD BIOS)


When a computer is booted up its BIOS, it performs a power-on self test, also known as POST, to test and verify the computers hardware and to make sure all components are working properly. Here's a comprehensive guide on how to determine which component has failed on a particular beep code and give you an idea on where to start for troubleshooting.

The exact meaning of the beep codes depends on the type and version of BIOS that you have. The three most popular types of BIOS are those made by Award, American Megatrends (AMI) and Phoenix. If you are using a PC made by a company that writes its own BIOS, e.g. DELL, HP, etc, you will have to consult your PC user's manual or the company's web site for assistance.


Beep Codes for Award Bios.

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1 long, 2 short = Video adapter error

Troubleshooting: Either video adapter is bad or is not seated properly.

Repeating (endless loop) = Memory error

Troubleshooting: Check for improperly seated or missing memory. Reseat the memory if you can.

1 long, 3 short = No video card or bad video RAM.

Troubleshooting: Reseat or replace the video card.

High frequency beeps while running = Overheated CPU

Troubleshooting: Check the CPU fan for proper operation. Check the case for proper air flow.

Repeating High/Low = CPU failure.Either the CPU is not seated properly or the CPU is damaged. May also be due to excess heat.

Troubleshooting: Check the CPU fan or BIOS settings for proper fan speed.


I will be posting more tips on other versions of BIOS.
Hope this helps.

on Mar 25, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Not sure if it is MB or CPU when i try to turn on computer the only thing that happens is i hear a beeping sound. beep...beep...beep... continually. it wont go to the post, nada. the fans run and i have...


Continous beeps usually mean the motherboard or the power supply, Try another power supply first and see if it will boot, if not the motherboard is faulty, if the prossesor was faulty you would no beeps the fans would run but nothing on the screen. hope this helps.

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I have a Lenovo A61 Thinkcentre that is about one year old. I am now hearing a fairly loud noise that comes and goes. When the system starts, the noise appears and lasts 10 - 20 minutes, then disappears....


Ok it still sounds like an fan. look for fans, one in power supply, one on cpu, one in case(frount or back), one on video card. before you start from cold unplug the fans that you can. and stop the one in power supply. then if there is no nosie you have to start pluging them back in till you hear the noise. **NOTE!!** don't run it long without fans!!( 40 secs) is long enough..

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When starting up the computer, I get 5 short beeps then continous


These beeps seem to show that your system did not detect any RAM (memory) modules connected to it. Please check.

  1. Open the CPU case (turn the PC off first)
  2. Remove the RAMs from the slot.
  3. Turn ON your computer without the RAMs installed. Then observe if it gives the same beeps. If it is the same, then the RAMs might fail to register.
  4. Try to plug in carefully the RAMs in place. If you have 2 RAM modules, try to test 1 RAM at a time to see if the combination of the 2 mess up your system.

Feb 13, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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No signal to monitor , checked with another source to monitor it is working fine , not sure what to do next


Hello,

Have you checked if the cable is well connected to the CPU and Monitor?

Also loose the CPU case and check the VGA card if it well fixed to the board.

If a CPU ram is not well fixed to the mother board, there would never be a display on the monitor.

Lastly, check if electric current is interring the CPU. You can know through the power pack fan at the back of the CPU. And check power cables and socket.

Best wishes.

Dec 28, 2009 | E-Machines T6414 (RBT6414) PC Desktop

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My monitor is not responding to anything. what can i do aside from rebooting?


do you see the light blinking in the monitor? I mean the POWER led light up? If so, then the monitor is ok and is working good. It is your CPU which has a problem and not sending digital signal for the monitor to display.
Try to turn off your computer. After 3 minutes turn it back on. then notice if you will hear a short beep from the CPU. That signals a successful video initialization. If you went through that process, then your computer will get back to life.
However, if you dont hear a short beep from the CPU, then definitely your CPU is frozen therefore there is nothing to display to the monitor.
You need to open the CPU case, pull out memory modules then plug them back in. Then try booting.
If not successful, try to open case and pull out the processor. Put it back in after 30 seconds. Try booting again.
Do ALL THESE while your PC is UNPLUGGED.
Good luck.

Oct 09, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Recgonize and list common problems associated with system modules(motherboards,power supply,cpu) and their symptoms,closely study the cmos,blos settings and suggest how to troubleshoot problems such as...


When you on th comptuer one post beep appear, if there is long pause beep is hear then there is error on ram, and if there is long beep is hear there is error in CPU, it may in over heat 
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May 13, 2009 | Intel Motherboard

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you may have a faulty motherboard, im sure its not the aanswer you wanted to hear but generally beeps mean errors!!!

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