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Sounds like memory problem but to be sure contact the manufacture and find out what the 3 beeps mean.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Three Beep Code is an indication of RAM Failure or incompatibility.
If you recently added memory, I would remove the new stuff and see if the beeping goes away. Try the new stuff alone, see if it goes away. Maybe (if you added new stuff lately) they are incompatible.
If you have not changed anything lately, you may have a stick of RAM that has croaked on ya.
This link explains the beep codes for you.
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
This will be a memory / ram problem. If you have more than 1 module installed first try switching another module to the first bank if still not working try 1 module at a time until you find the defective one. Memory is pretty cheap nowdays or you may find you didnt really need the total amount of memory installed. Hope this helps........from Scott
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
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