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Frozen Mac Book now with blank screen and 3 beeps

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"So.. the Mac froze, I turned it off manually (held the power switch till it turned off) and when I turned it back on all it gives me is a blank screen and 3 beeps at intervals. I also removed the battery and put it back in. Same scenario. What do ya think??"

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Pull your ram cards and restart... see what you get. Then restart WITH them... you may just have an unseated ram card.

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