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2nd question but i tried to do that thing but i still heard a ding **** ding **** beep..how to know if my processor have a problem?

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Can u describe the specs of your PC?

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  • Marc Cuyag Mar 11, 2008

    try to isolet the problem, remove all add-in card remove floppy,dvd/cd rom,harddisk try to on the pc.

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You will have to diagnose it by trial and error. You will need to plug in a different processor, and try it, if no joy, try different ram, if no joy, try different video card, if no joy, try different power supply. Or try each of those listed in anoother system one by one. Problems like yours can be time consuming to diagnose. You will have to determine which piece of the puzzle is causing the problem. You may have shocked the motherboard, ram or processor and they could be dead.
You also said that the processor was not seated correctly, that could have burned up the processor, also look to make sure that you havent bent one of the pins over on the processor while re seating it. It is easy to do if you are not paying attention.
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One common mistake with p4 cpus is the 2nd power supply to the motherboard. Make sure you have plugged it in. Its a small connector that is only required for pentium 4.

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Problem..


you may have a faulty motherboard, im sure its not the aanswer you wanted to hear but generally beeps mean errors!!!

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long beeps = processor

long and short mixed = main board,,,

yours sound like memory, try the memory in another pc and see if it works
if it does its your processor

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