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The beep sound is sometimes an indication of the successful boot. But, if the beep is continuous, it usually means a memory problem. I*t could be a failing ram stick or a failing memory cache on the cpu. Try substituting the ram sticks one at a time to eliminate each one.
Sounds pretty much like a motherboard problem. The problem you describe sounds like a RAM problem, probably they are loose in the slot or not snuggled properly. However, since you seem sure its not the RAM, I would consider replacing the motherboard.
if your monitor is working properlly,then you should check the following things:-Remove ram and start the computer. If it gives you any beep then your motherboard is all right.And if not,then it's time to buy a new motherboard.
it sounds as though your cmos chip is damaged; if you are unable to get as far as the bios when pressing F2 or Del on boot up, then you may need to replace the motherboard.
Also reseat your memory as that is another cause and check the Cr2032 cmos disc shaped battery as this may be flat and the original cause of constant reboot cycle.
Lastly this also happens if you have changed any hardwre in your pc as windows will not boot if there have been major changes to hardware and windows will have to be repaired using your XPcdrom.