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PC won't boot

I have a Soltek SL-75MRN motherboard that won't boot. I just get a long beep which is repeated and nothing on the screen. I have reset the cmos, but there is no change. I have tried to boot up from my Window XP cd but still just get the beep.

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Hello,
This long continuous beep is usually the ram. Try taking out the memory and cleaning it with a piece of dry cloth and reseating it back. If that still doesn't help, you might need a new ram module.

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Posted on Jun 13, 2008

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It can be either the RAM or the Video card. If you have put a new Video card then check with the old one.

Replace RAM and check. Best of kuck

Posted on Jun 13, 2008

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