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My system shows long beep

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my name is sasikanth,my system shows long beep,display is ok,but key board is not working

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We have the same problem
i also used AMD long bleeps are present

must be bad power supply like mine

Posted on Sep 17, 2008

With the computer off unplug the key board and then plug it back in. Restart the cpu and should work if not re- install software, if that dosn't work try a new keyboard

Posted on May 30, 2008

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