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Problem with cpu

When i switch on the power supply, within a few seconds a continous buzzer goes on and remains loud as long as u wait, with no further progress.

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You mean a long beep, usually this problem is VGA Card or Memory is not properly connect to the motherboard, remove it and put it back again switch on your PC.

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