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Long beep!!!! when i turn on my pc i heard a long beep sound and it never turn on so i just turn it off and check my video card and memory. after that i turn it on and it run for a while then suddenly when i shut it down and turn it on again the problem was back.what's my computer problem?can you help me please to solve it. thanks!!!!!!

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U clean the memory card & memory slot as well as video card.
u can clean the memory card using pencil rubber. u clean near ram connectivity(it looks like gold colour track connectivity both the side of the memory card)
if u have any problem send me the details

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