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Video error beep codes not video problem

I have 2 computers connected to a KVM switch. i shut down to connect a new monitor and when i rebooted i am receiving 1 long beep and 2 short beeps on my ASUS system, which should indicate a vid card error. the second system booted up perfectly and the monitor works fine. after removing and reinstalling card several times, i sent my vid card in for warranty replacement. i installed the new card when it arrived, and still have problem. i connected another power cable to the card with same results. i have removed and reseated the memory modules (just in case). could problem be CPU? could CPU need to be reseated? any help would be appreciated.

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    i have the same problem my machine was working fine i restarted and got error beeps one long two short, did you manage to get yours fixed?

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Sounds like Bad Memory chips try just using one chip. even though youve replaced the video card. so im guessing memory could be bad, at least one of them.

try not reseating them but just using one at a time in the slots

also yeah reseating the CPU can help too, an over heating CPU will still boot up, but not advisable. make sure heatsink is present and fans are working. thermal grease is good too on cpu.

but check memory if you have mixed memory like 128mb and 512mb chips try smaller one first if it works then try the higher one.

but sounds like a memory problem, they can go bad almost instantly.

GL

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