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When I go to turn on the computer, it just makes a beeping sound.

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  • meteshadow May 11, 2010

    can you tell me how much time beeps you have? and what kind beebs? short or long ?

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Beeping sound leting you something is wrong with some hardware. As for what,, listin to the beeps.. also depends on motherboard... here is a link http://www.pchell.com/hardware/beepcodes.shtml

But best way is to open up machine and make sure all the hardware is hooked up tight. If that does work look at the code list then go from there.

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I have had a constant beep on my computer before and it was the CPU not seated all of the way in. and other times it was the sound or video card. just make sure all hardware is positioned and seated correctly in the proper place

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(Acer) Phoenix BIOS beep codes
Phoenix beep codes are the most detailed about. They use a system of 4 beeps each separated by a small pause i.e. 1 pause 2 pause 1 pause 1 pause (1-2-1-1), you may need to reboot the pc a few times in order to count all the beeps. To find out more information on Phoenix beep codes you can go to


http://www.comptechdoc.org/hardware/beepcodes/3.htm

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Depending on who makes your motherboard beeps can mean different things, but likely your RAM could just need to be reseated.

Posted on Sep 09, 2009

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