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Beeeeeeep beep beep beep

Yes, 1 long 3 short. was playing wow and went to ope a program and the pc went into a reboot spin. p opened the case and cleaned it and now no video and 1 long 3 short beeps

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  • DJLUNATIK Jan 03, 2009

    I Have the same Problem but I dont have one long beep first its Just three beeps and they do not stop they beep three times and just keeps repeating.. No Audio and I do have an ON-Board Graphic Card... I opened the case and was Updating the Memory and Decided to Blow all the dust off the motherboard and went to boot and the BIOS beeps started... What Can Be done to fix this?? I tried pulling the MOBO b/u batterie...

  • total_eclips Feb 25, 2009

    i get the same 1 long beep followed by 3 short beeps on reboot and sometimes have to completely cut the power to get signal to my monitor when this happens. no problems if i leave the system running and idle. i cleaned the tower and made sure the video card was secure and still the same issue. all trouble shooting steps produce no problem. advice?

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For some strange reason the moment you open it up and clean a pc thats been working fine for a while, it gives problems! I know its happened to me as well :)

The beep scenario you mentioned is usually when the graphic card fails, but it might be that you have not fixed it properly back into its slot (assuming its not an onboard graphic card). If its not an onboard what you can do is take the graphic card blow any dust that might have got into that slot, and also take some perfume or similar item (that evaporates quickly in air) and clean the gold contacts, keep it for a while to evaporate any liquid and then reinsert the card and try.

If the graphic card is onboard the problem can be very different!

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