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My computer turns on for a second beeps like a siren high/low 2 times and then shuts itself off.

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  • KELRYSHA May 31, 2008

    ok, I found out that the beeps mean it is a thermal warning through the intell sight, but they didn't tell me how to fix it. I have changed the power supply and for the few seconds that it does run all of the fans come on. I just think it needs to be reset somehow. The model of my computer is Systemax Venture HU2 B840 RTS PC, Intel Pentium D processor 840 3.2 GHz, MBO D945GPMLR VIIV MB

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The beep codes are related to hardware issue with your computer. Could be the RAM, video card or the motherboard. However to help you better, we would need to know the model number of your computer and preferrebly the BIOS manufacturer

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