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Depending on how many beeps, the sequence and the interval, this is indicative of a fault in either the video card or the memory. In some models this can also refer to the bios/motherboard fault.
If you PC came with an add-on video card, try to remove, clean the little gold tips and reinsert back. If the video is built-in to the motherboard, then it is sharing the memory. You can do the same with the memories. Remove, clean, reinsert. A good way of cleaning would be with the use of a pencil eraser rubbing on the gold strips/pins.
Hope that this be of some help/idea. Pls post back specific model of your PC as well as the sequence of beeps.
Good luck and kind regards.
Posted on Jan 01, 2008
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