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Constant beeping and will not re-boot

Computer screen went blue when "screen-saver" should have come on, had to turn comp off, keyboard would not react. Power button did not work, so I unplugged comp. When turned back on it beeps constantly and I can do nothing, no recation. HELP!!! if you can....

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Uninstall Display driver and reinstall it.

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Question- the beeping, is it short (1 second beeps) or long (2 or more seconds) and how many before it stops? or doesn't it? does it have any rhythm? The beeps correlate to some hardware problem, if you want to check the beeps yourself, just google "Bios beeps" and it will bring up a table of what the beeps mean.
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