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Cant run an 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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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.

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Find an old graphics card (maybe the swapmeet) and try that. When installing the devices hold cards from both ends and push in evenly. The problem is most likely installation.
Count the beeps and which ones are long and short.
For example: two long beeps and three short ones.
Then in google lookup your bios beep codes.
For example: Award beep codes
There you will get a definite answer to what is ailing your machine.

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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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I have a gigabyte p4 pc, when i power it on the fan runs but it gives out a continuous beep. checked ram, processor on another motherboard, cleaned the motherboard, checked for loose cards and cables


The continous beep usually means a memory failure (RAM) or video memory if a plugin card is used.

Check to be sure the unit sees all of the memory, a weak power source( without AC adapter) could cause a partial failure of one memory card.

Another fault would be that the battery is very low on charge and won't accept any charge.

BAD Battery.

hope it helps

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My m/b is Compaq BL30G and recently i had to reinstall winXP and it automatically installed audio driver (intel(r) 82801BA/BAM AC`97) but now it gives a continues "beep" sound. I even tried...


First of all open your chassis and then reconnect all the connection and remove hard drive. If you have two RAM in your PC then remove one RAM Now plug the power supply and ON the machine. If it is giving beep sound then press esc again and again untill the beep sound could be stopped. If it is continuous then remove the RAM and fix the other one then ON the machine And if it is giving beep sound the press esc again and again. Before fixing the RAM you have to clean the RAM with a soft cloth smoothly. I hope this can work for you ! and beep sound is stopped then attach your HDD then ON the PC

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I have an Intel D845EPI/D845GVSR Motherboard with 512MB PC266 Hynix DDR1 RAM. When i switch on my PC, the system starts but, fails to display even the first screen that it is supposed to display...


Couple of items to try. First disconnect everything except the power and the CPU. Does it give you a beep code?

If not your either have a bad power supply, motherboard, or cpu. (Only if everything else is disconnected.)

Second, If you did get the beep code then put the memory in and see if the system starts to boot. (Try without the screen connected first. If it acts like is going to start turn it off, plug in the mouse, keyboard, and monitor and try again.) ** I have seen where an add on video card would keep the computer from starting so try with the on board video first.**

Third, start adding one extra piece at a time starting with the hard drive.

Let me know if this helps or not.

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Video adaptor giving beep code on post Asus M/B M2NPV-VM 1 long then 2 short beeps also has a usb over current issue at post but has no usb pluged in. please help me decifer this. thanks in advance troy


This is a fix that worked for me, however I cannot tell you why or even feel that I had done anything which would constitue this as a fix. I leave my PC on 24-7 and came in one morning and it was locked up. Couldn't get a video screen, not even reset worked so I threw the power switch on the back of the power supply. Turned the switch back on and pushed the power up button. The MoBo started 1 long and 2 short beeps, repeating. I pushed the reset button and same thing. I again turned the power supply off, then on again and same thing with the beeps. So this time I turned the power supply off then also un-plugged the power cord to the power supply. I left it that way for maybe 10 minutes, while I did a few other things. I plugged the power cord back in, turned the power supply back on and hit the power up button. My PC booted up...no problem. ???

Point is - this issue as reported by others may just be a hardware or bios fluke and needs a power reset or maybe even clearing the bios and restarting. Reseating the memory sticks, use just one memory stick and rotate the memory sticks to sort out the possible bad one and reseating the processor may also help.

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My Computer Beeping when star-up. The Beeping sound is continue such as Beep...Bee...Beep...Beep..until I force it by pressing the start up button to stop it total. I think due to the new mouse and...


Beeps always indicate error excluding a one single beep only which indicate process.Every manufacturer has its own beep setting. it comprises on short and long beeps. If previously it working good, then your idea may be correct. replace both the keyboard and mouse with existing. start computer if now it not giving beeps it meant that one of them is causing problem. connect one by one and start computer you will reach. AND if even after replacing keyboard and mouse it gave beeps then shut down your system. Open casing remove processor and memory chip out and connect them again it will work now INSHALLAH.

Sep 24, 2010 | Motherboards

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Please help me to identify my problem


The system beeps when you remove the RAM. This means that POST is working correctly and the motherboard may be fine.

Check that the monitor cable connector that connects to the video card isn't loosely connected.

When you insert the RAM, there's no display. This may mean that the RAM is detected but still faulty. Try using another RAM, if you can. Also remove the Video card (if you have a separate video card). Then, re-insert it firmly, and power up the system once again.

If you don't have a separate video card, you should test the motherboard on the bench, that is outside the computer case. Remove the motherboard, RAM and power supply (and the video card if it's separate). Put it on the bench and power it up as shown here:
http://picasaweb.google.com/raspal.century/MotherboardOnBench#

You'd need to closely look on the motherboard to see which pins are for the power switch (marked as PW-SW, PWR, PWR-SW, PWR-ON etc). Then, short them with a screw driver, for a second, to turn the system ON.

Replace the RAM and the video card one by one, if the system doesn't give any display even on the bench. This way you can find out what is the problem.

Hope that helps,
Regards,
Raspal

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Hai all,can anyone help me on this problem?my pc cant get into bi


How many Long beeps are u getting. How long are they.. Are they followed by short beeps .. 
Please be specific . I can solve your Problem.
See the site for more info
http://www.computerhope.com/beep.htm

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Help!!!!!!


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

Mar 02, 2008 | EPoX EP-4PLAI Motherboard

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Still a problem


the blue screen flash and restard is actually a critical system message, but windows is set to restsrt the system on a system failure, if you want to read the message, start the computer and tap the "F8" key until a menu appears, one of the options will be "disable automatic restart on system failure" select this option and the next time it happens it will stay there.. but from what you are describing it is pretty evident you have bad ram, the long beeps you are hearing is the mainboard signalling a critical error, usually caused by ram, get new ram and i think you will have no problems

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Keeps beeping even with memory


is the memory ok? is the grapihic's card ok? take out the memory and graphics card clean the contacts with a cottonete and instal it again

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