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Motherboard problem the problem started when i mixed the ram with different speed then it abruptly produces two short beeps and one long beep and it can not display anything.

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Well..its quite easy
youre board doesnt support both tipes of rams(the different speeds )
basically you shoud check what speed youre board supports and after try again with the right ram stick

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Test your board by insert ram one by one.You can find which one have problem.

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