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Beebing tree times

My mother board beeb three time and start agan untill i switch off the pc
i chacked the ram and it working alright

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Louise -

Although the memory may be working okay in another system, the three beeps at post still indicates a memory(RAM) problem. Your motherboard uses AMI BIOS, as indicated by the product specifications on the Asrock website; In the post-error code listing, three beeps is a memory issue.

Check and make sure you have compatible memory for the motherboard; and if possible, test with new or alternate memory sticks.

If new memory doesn't resolve the issue, I would say the RAM slot(s) is damaged, which would require totally replacing the motherboard.

Hope this helps!
-thinstatic

Posted on Jun 13, 2008

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