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Alarm when i turn my computer on there is this bleepin alarm coming from the tower can you please tellme whatthis is and how to solve it please thankyou

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  • XxlovelyxX Jan 26, 2008

    it beeps loads all the time for about 10mins my screen works normall but the beeps are coming from my tower it self

  • crunchie_7 Feb 01, 2009

    I have the same problem. My tower makes a series of three beeps repeatedly and refuses to turn on, the fans power up, the beeping starts, the moniet reveals nothing but a blank screen. How can this be fixed?

    I've tried disconecting my cables but there has been no change


  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    How many beeps are ther coming out of your computer? and what is the name of your BIOS



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Hi it could be the RAM is loose to fix this open tower discharge static by touching frame of computer...push down on stick of RAM untill the white clips on either end close fully and lock on either end of ram you will probably hear it clicking or else if your windows icons come up it could be the disc drive has a loose connection push in the power supply and the connection to the drive known as IDE cable ( wide ribbon) or SATA (slim connection) and make sure the end of the IDE or SATA connection which ever connection it has is pushed into motherboard fully ....hope this was of some help best of luck

Posted on Nov 05, 2009


Depending on how many bleeps you hear..indicates a problem..or a key could be stuck on your keyboard..ctrl alt and delete is only to shut down or restart your pc..and the brains of your pc is not your tower but your processor...if your pc is running normal after start up then the problem is small. if your still having this problem let me know how many bleeps you hear or if its a contuinuios bleeping it sounds like a doggie keyboard..

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Beeps usually indicate something is not plugged in or a program is not running properly for 'whatever' reason...r there any errors on your screen? If not, does it continue to beep after window icons have loaded? If so, try typing ctrl/alt/delete (at same time) to see if an apllication continues to run b4 it shuts down... If so, note that program application file, as you may need to delete that program and reload it to solve your 'beep'. Had a similar problem with my Canon fax/scanner/printer...Hope this helps.....DayGirl48

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  • Anonymous Jan 26, 2008

    your tower is the 'brains' of your computer...your monitor is only an output device. What do you have connected to your tower in regards to cables in the back? You can begin to troubleshoot this yourself by removing the cables one at a time and restarting your computer to determine the culprit if you are not getting any errrors on your screen. Remove all cables except your monitor, and mouse(unless its wireless)...and restart your computer...make sure your harddrive completely stops spinning between restarts to avoid damage to the harddrive (about 1 minute or so is good-depends on how much info on the drive)...if it still beeps, you've got an internal program thats malfunctioning....did you try the ...ctrl/at/del?...what did it tell you??....good luck....darla


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