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Sounds like you need to update your driver software, which can be found here: http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us If that doesn't help, then it seems like you have a faulty video card, sorry about that...
The beep code you are getting Indicates a video error has occurred and the BIOS cannot initialize the video screen to display any additional information. Plan English - you have a bad video card or port. If your video output is on a PCI card, replace the card. If it's on the board, you will need to replace your motherboard.
If it has onboard video it may be a bad video cable or messed up pin on one af the connectors. If it is a installed video card the cable could still be one problem but also try pulling the video card out unplugging the power supply cable from the mother board for about 20 seconds or so. Then reslot the video card into the mother board and plug the power supply back into the mother board and see if that helps. I have also had to take the small flat battery out of mother board for a second or two to make it reset. If you decide to do the battery thing make sure the power supply is unplugged from mother board. Good luck.=)
This is not normally a bios problem. If you have a second video card in the computer, you might try to get video on that one. Otherwise, I would place the problem as one of two things: The video card or the power supply. I wouldn't try to flash the BIOS unless you have really good reason to suspect it.
The problem lies withn windows. I would reccomend performing a system restore to a date when it was working. While you wont lose your documents, emails etc, it will uninstall any apps you have installed since that date.