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I still get a siren noise

Hello im still getting a siren noise when i power up my computer, took the ram out and cleaned it and processer but still having the problem, any other ideals?

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    i have the same problem


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Emachine T 5212, when i turn it on,, a siren sounds,,then computer shuts off


In your computer (as well as other gadgets), the battery powers a chip called the Real Time Clock (RTC)chip. The RTC is essentially a quartz watch that runs all the time, whether or not the computer has power. The battery powers this clock. When the computer boots up, part of the process is to query the RTC to get the correct time and date. A little quartz clock like this might run for five to seven years off of a small battery. Then it is time to replace the battery.

This does not explain why your computer would not boot, however. You would expect the computer to boot fine but have an incorrect time and date. The reason your computer would not boot is because the RTC chip also contains 64 (or more) bytes of random access memory (RAM). The clock uses 10 bytes of this space, leaving 54 bytes for other purposes. The BIOS stores all sorts of information in the CMOS RAM area, like the number of floppy and hard disk drives, the hard disk drive type, etc. If the CMOS RAM loses power, the computer may not know anything about the hard disk configuration of your machine, and therefore it cannot boot.

Many more modern computers are not quite so dependent on the CMOS RAM. They store the settings innon-volatile RAM that works without any power at all. If the battery goes dead, the clock fails but the computer can still boot using the information in the non-volatile RAM area. I would change the battery and make sure unit is unplugged and my other hand is touching the metal frame on the computer to stop static discharge. Blow out the inside of the computer completely.Start computer with case off and make sure all the fans run and don't sound like a siren.Replace anything not running.It may not boot if the BIOS can't see the hard drives. You might have to start computer and watch the screen and when it asks you to hit a key to get into like the bios do it and see if you can reset it. If nothing seems be running right maybe the power supply went out they are real cheep at Tiger Direct.

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Im use Hd61ww with 2100 2nd generation processer its hanging. im not understand wat the problem . im changing hard disk , ram , im change different window7 64&32 bit, tell plz wat is problem . my Mail...


well it looks as though you have been moving plenty of computer parts and leads around double check that every lead has a secure seating including electrical extensions from motherboard to hard drive or even replace them with new ones

make sure all of your drives are working
computers need all power and data to travel through every working device and to have an end point to be able to work properly

make sure ram modules are clean and are securely seated and the ram sockets are clean
and cmos battery is securely seated
some motherboards cmos batteries are soldered in
make sure CPU has thermal paste and a dust free secure seating

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Amd athlon heatsink


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If you don't install the heat sink and fan carefully you could blow out your processor. Make sure you clean all the old heat sink paste from the processor and the heat sink. Then apply a thin layer of paste like "arctic silver" on the heat sink so that it makes full contact with the processor. I think you have a socket A processor...so do a google search for "installing a socket A processor" and you should have all the info you need. Good Luck...Hank

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Microstar ms-6390 will not boot. The fan starts then stops as it begins to beep. The beep sounds like a siren or something high tone low tone over and over. It only stops when power is disconnected or...


The problem is-- your motherboard is not able to detect the system RAM.It's the sound you hear as siren.Open the PC and slowly remove the RAM from motherboard and clean the slot and the RAM legs with a clean white paper and place it again.It will solve your problem instantly if the RAM is not burn out.check the other RAM slot by placing the RAM again if the above procedure does not work.

If the problem still persists,replace the RAM. 

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The long beeps probably mean a problem with RAM. So try replacing it. Check whether the CPU Cooler (the fan on top of the processor) is working. If the fan is not working, the processor gets hot, and a siren sound is emitted. Also check whether power unit fan (at the back) is working. If RAMs are replaced and you still get the beeps, the problem may be with the VGA. (The beep sounds help to identify the problem, but the sounds differ with different BIOS models).

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When you put the RAM back into the computer did you return them to their original bank? Dual Channel DDR RAM is particular about being in shared bank with the other RAM module; that's why the color code the RAM Sockets in some motherboard designs so you don't them mixed up. Moreover, is the CPU fan spinning for the short time it is powered up?

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4 beeps and blank screen


It's either going to be a video memory error or base memory error. Either one requires replacing the motherboard, which more than likely wouldn't be worth the money. You should probably get your data backed up and buy a new computer.

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Sitren


check your ram clean it and also ram slot.
clean your processor case reattach it to its position.

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Change RAM


If you put the original RAM back in (both sticks) does the system boot?

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- any Temperature (from any sensor) is bad
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