Question about Computers & Internet
You probably have a hardware problem. Possibly a memory module "stick" not seated properly in its socket. Any other
card such as AGP(video) may cause this. The number of beeps is a code telling you there is a problem. This code varies with the
type of motherboard you have in you computer. If you're experienced in computer repair you might make sure all components inside are properly seated in their sockets. Otherwise you need a tech to check it out for you.
Posted on Mar 16, 2008
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