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Computer not working

My computer just stopped working with no reason behind it..The screen started to turn different colors and the mouse stopped working..I shut down and powered back on and there were 3 beeps but nothing would happen on the screen. Will i lose everything on my hard drive??

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Hello,
This is usually a problem with memory, either video memory or ram. Try another good ram first, if nothing changes, then try a different video card.

Good luck and hope this solves your problem.

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