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Long beep from the power supply

I bought different parts to assemble at home. I've connected everything according to standard but the power supply gives a continuous long beep/whistle when I switch on the power button. What can I do? Where is the problem?

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Re: long beep from the power supply

Remove everything from the mother board except cpu & memory the power supply does it beep now? if so remove memory try again.

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