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Although motherboard beep sounds depend on the type of CMOS/BIOS (like AMI, PHOENIX, IBM, AWARD BIOS etc) - still long beep is because of RAM failure. Please first remove the RAM - clean the RAM and slot well - re-install it - you may try in the different slot also. If it does not work you must use another RAM (the frequency should match).

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    Computer POST and beep codes
    The computer power on self test (POST) will test your computer to make sure it can boot properly(test hardware and sys requirements), once it does the computer will then finish the boot process. Normally, if your computer passes the POST test it will beep once or possibly twice. If the computer fails the POST then it will either not beep at all or generate a beep code.

    The beep code you receive can indicate what may be wrong with your computer. The beep codes vary depending on your motherboard BIOS manufacturer(AMI, Award, Phoenix). You can find what BIOS you are using by paying attention to the BIOS screen when your computer boots up. It should tell you what brand BIOS.

    You can usually find the meaning of your beep code by doing a simple google search i.e "phoenix beep codes". Below, I have provided links to sites which go over beep codes and their respective meaning.

    AMI BIOS Beep Codes
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    1 long, 1 short beepSystem board problem When your computer boots up, the Basic Input-Output System (BIOS) performs an all-systems Power On Self-Test (POST).
    The POST tests your computer's most important components, including the motherboard itself, the system's memory and the video card.
    If the computer deviates from its standard beep, it may indicate a very serious problem with your computer, or it may simply indicate that you need to replace a system fan or a memory stick. BIOS beep codes vary according to manufacturer.

    Start your computer.
    Pay attention to the number of beeps and the length of the beeps.
    There are short and long beeps.
    Write down your observations.
    Write down the BIOS type if this information is on your screen.
    Consult your computer documentation if you don't know what type of motherboard you have.
    Visit your computer manufacturer's support website for your computer model if you purchased a pre-built machine.


    Look up your BIOS manufacturer (AMI, Award and Phoenix, for example) at a BIOS beep code website such as 5StarSupport, PC Hell or PC Guide (see Below).
    Match the your computer's beep code with the beep code listing for your BIOS manufacturer.
    http://www.pcguide.com/ts/x/sys/beep/index.htm
    http://www.5starsupport.com/info/beep_codes.htm
    http://www.pchell.com/hardware/beepcodes.shtml

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    When your computer boots up, the Basic Input-Output System (BIOS) performs an all-systems Power On Self-Test (POST).
    The POST tests your computer's most important components, including the motherboard itself, the system's memory and the video card.
    If the computer deviates from its standard beep, it may indicate a very serious problem with your computer, or it may simply indicate that you need to replace a system fan or a memory stick. BIOS beep codes vary according to manufacturer.

    Start your computer.
    Pay attention to the number of beeps and the length of the beeps.
    There are short and long beeps.
    Write down your observations.
    Write down the BIOS type if this information is on your screen.
    Consult your computer documentation if you don't know what type of motherboard you have.
    Visit your computer manufacturer's support website for your computer model if you purchased a pre-built machine.


    Look up your BIOS manufacturer (AMI, Award and Phoenix, for example) at a BIOS beep code website such as 5StarSupport, PC Hell or PC Guide (see Below).
    Match the your computer's beep code with the beep code listing for your BIOS manufacturer.
    http://www.pcguide.com/ts/x/sys/beep/index.htm
    http://www.5starsupport.com/info/beep_codes.htm
    http://www.pchell.com/hardware/beepcodes.shtml

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    Do you get any display on the screen? If not and all you get is beep, then it is likely to be a issue with your RAM, either it's not seated properly or damaged. Usually the first thing when you fire up your computer, the bios is looking for a min set of memory from your ram and if this cannot be located then it's going to give you some beep. If you know your Bios maker, then you can listen to the amount of beep and look it up on the internet for that bios maker to determine the actually cost. Now if you can get something onto displayed on the screen, could be a keyboard error issue, usually a key being press down. I believe it to be a memory issue, and to diagnose this, take all your ram out from the bank, and try to boot it without the memory if the beep is beeped differently. If it does, then that mean your have a bad memory, so try swapping the other sticks of ram if you have any to on the first bank of memory slot, and leave the rest empty, and see if this works, and if not and you still get the continious beeps, then your bios is corrupted, or your motherboard if i would say. In that case, it's best to get a new computer, it is cheaper to get a computer then to repair and pay for parts and labor cost.

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    I have looked at a PDF of your manual, but it did not give the BIOS (Basic Input Output) type. I did see a screen shot referencing Phoenix-Award BIOS, so I will give you the video adaptor error for both BIOS manufactures.
    Award - You will hear one long beep and two short beeps from the speaker, which is a video adaptor error.
    Phoenix - You will hear three beeps pause, four beeps pause and one beep from the speaker, which is a video adaptor error.
    If you hear no beeps at all or another sequence of beeps from your speaker it could be another problem.
    You can install a PCI Express video card in your computers PCI Express slot to test your on-board video.

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    Hi John. If you already swaped the Memory, it's the video card. I'm giving you what the beep means according to the different types of BIOS, because basically Ascent is a clone PC. I hope it helps.
    (you will have to open the computer to see the BIOS type.)

    BIOS AWARD

    1 long beep and 2 shorts -- Video error
    2 short beeps -- non-fatal error.
    1 beep corto -- OK.

    BIOS AMI

    1 short beep -- Memory error.
    2 short beeps -- ECC error.
    3 short beeps -- Memory error.
    4 short beeps -- change atery
    5 beeps cortos -- bad processor.
    6 beeps cortos -- bad keyboard.
    7 beeps cortos -- video memory bad.
    8 beeps cortos -- video bad.
    BIOS PHOENIX

    1-1-2 beeps -- Problem with cpu/motherboard.
    1-1-3 beeps -- Cmos issue.
    3-4-1 beeps -- Video issue.

    BIOS IBM

    1 short beep -- Post normal, ok!.
    2 short beeps -- POST error, will show on screen.
    NO beep -- CPU issue or Expansion card issue
    1 long and 1 short -- motherboard error.
    1 long and 2 shorts -- Video issue.
    1 long and 3 shorts --EGA video issue.
    3 longs -- Keyboard error.

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    re-install the old bios. evidently the new flash bios is not compatible with your machine.

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