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I have encountered a high and low beep from my mother board, what would be the problem of my board and solution of this problem? but before i have first encountered a constant reboot of my computer it just stop the page of choosing of safe mode and etc... so i tried removing my RAM and check for a problem then come to a point of having a long beep, and so i check if the RAM is properly attached then i came to have a low and high beep like a police siren.

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Remove your processor cooling fan from the processor, then clean the fan with high pressure air blow and clean the top side of ur processor, and get a good heat sink solvent {not the white one}
it will come in grey color 10ml package i think, and apply half of that and fix... Actuall mean for the siren is system halted with thermal shutdown...

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