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Beeping from motherboard

I moved my computer to another room tried to start it up but when I switch it on it keeps beeping. please help

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Ladysharm,
Make sure that all of the plugs are plugged into the right places. Mouse ,Keyboard,etc..How does it beep? 1 time 2 times??
please post any beeps codes.

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