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I get three beeps when I turn on the computer. I already bought new RAM and a new power supply and still the problem persists.

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look for the CLRCMOS or CLR or JBAT1 terminals. These are the cmos settings and may need to be cleared, so refer to your motherboard manual for which one you have. Although what has probably happened is that when the PSU blew it may well have shorted the cmos chip which cannot be repaired, or damaged the graphics.

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SOURCE: The computer turns on but does not boot, I get 3 long beeps

i think the problem was memory try to remove and clean it using pencil eraser. and back it properly..

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> one long and three short BEEP

Something is wrong with some of your hardware.

Turn the computer off.
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Turn the computer on, to see if the pattern of BEEP has changed.

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OK, depending on the bois version you have, the problem is either your ram modules, or your video card.

I will suggest that you start by taking out the ram module and see if the beeping persists.

If not, you will need to buy new ram.

Hope this can steer you in the right direction.

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One single beep followed by three, four, or five beeps -- System-board problems, possibly with DMA, CMOS setup chip, timer, or system bus. The computer usually won't boot when this is the problem.

Two beeps -- The POST numeric code is displayed on the monitor, usually nothing to be concerned about, but you might google the code on another computer and see what you get.

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