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What does the bip sounds sounds mean on my pc

Hi, need help, my pc powers up, give one long up bip and a long down bip, red and ligth on pc stays on, fans run high, but nothing on screen, can you tell me what you think the problem is, thanx

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  • Franklin Ramsey May 11, 2010

    What type/model of computer is this? Depending on the type/model it could be a bad motherboard, cpu, memory, video card, or something could just be inproperly plugged into the motherboard.

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Its probably bad ram chip. Check that it is seated correctly. Then use another PC to do a google search on beep codes and isolate the actual problem by you PC bios type..

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