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Continious beeping My motherboard is not booting only gives the beep continiously inspite being chaging the RAM prlem is still

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Sounds to me if the beeping is like that its the ram but it could be a bad board try the ram first

Posted on Jul 12, 2010

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    grant gillespie Jul 21, 2010

    @helder_benfi this would make that board beep just diffrent beeps

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I think your your ram slot is not working, if you have tried with a good ram............

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HI

try this:

  • remove all components
  • turn on the PC, if continuous beeping, the problem is on the board.
  • if not beep, add one component at a time
hope i helped
good luck
say if solve
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