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My w3611 emachine froze and will not boot up. I get three beeps if I try. I am thinking it might be the processor, onboard graphics, or the bios.

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Well if it's 3 short beeps then its a RAM failure. If its 1 long and two short then it;s a video monitor issue. 3 long beeps is a keyboard or keyboard card error.

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