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Hi, Sometimes here the buzzer working.I check FAN's and temperature and every thing is ok. How can I know where its come from? Thank Ami amibe@nana.co.il

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It depends if there is no display in you're computer and you hear is only a buzz first if the buzz is long you have to check your memory module (try cleaning it and put back again if the buzz continues its time to replace it) second if the buzz is short and had interval then the problem is your vga card (built in or a separate card - agp or pci-e) if you have a built in vga then just add a vga card now it depend on the motherboard what kind of expansion port it has (agp or PCI-e) hope this help

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