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Help!!!!!! can you give me an idea how to fix my pc problem?its difficult to me to understand because my pc have a long beep again even i clean the memory and connect it again in the slot1 and slot 2 but when i tried to clean my memory and video card with eraser of a pencil sometimes i heard a long beep and sometimes it have no beep but no appearance on the screen?pls help me to solve this my memory is tested by memtest and no error was detected and is new with warranty

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    help me my friend

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If ram is ok, check processor and PCI devices, if these are all ok chances are your motherboard is dead

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    you need to go back to basic, un plug everything, hard drives, dc drives, take the video card out, and anything else you have plugged into PCI, take 1 stick of ram out, so that all you have connected is motherboard, CPU and 1 stick of ram, make sure motherboard has power and turn the computer on, if you get a boot screen and it starts OK, plug the video card in, if it beeps after that, change video card, if it doesnt, plug the next thing in, it will give you an idea what component is causing the problem

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Hi jake_ponce,
first step: just check the ram with ur friend pc if he has good pc if the ram starts in ur friend pc it means ur pc does not support ram of high speed
second steps; beep is coming again the problem will be in a motherboard
third steps : beep is coming again remove ur cmos battery & try again if again beep is coming than ur ram is burn
Fourth steps:beep is coming thantake it to the shop & tell him is not working
Fifth steps: it has a warranty the shopkeeper will replaced it

regards
shailesh

Posted on Mar 11, 2008

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Kindly check the placement of your memory card if it is place correctly. it should fixed firmly and tightly. If there is an error again, try to check your video card if there something damage or anything there. and if there is no other way, clean it again and try to dry them up with hair dryier but check the temperature for safety.

me reynald from philippinse..tnx

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