Question about Intel Motherboard
This sounds like either the memory card that is installed is the wrong type or faulty, or incorrectly seated in the slot. Also, check to make sure the video card is fully seated, as this could also cause the beep error. If your computer has two ram cards installed in it, take one out, try it, then take the other out , try again with the other ram module. Ram cards are easy to damage via static discharge. hope that help you.
Posted on Aug 26, 2010
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