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RAM is OK but motherboard send beep as RAM is not working so computer is not working.

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One "beep" is NORMAL.
More than one beep, especially in a pattern (short, short, long)
indicate a problem: RAM, or video-card not correctly inserted.

Take the computer to a qualified technician for trouble-shooting.

Posted on Nov 14, 2009

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I think this will help you.
Please post your feed-back. Or ask me if any question.....
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