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These beeps you are hearing are warning beeps. The first thing i would try is if you have 2 ram sticks in take the one out and boot up if it still beeps put the ram back in and remove the other one. Or it could be dust on your ram or in the slot so take a paint brush and lightly dust the ram and the slot.
The other possibility is your cpu over heating the you will need to take the heatsink and fan off and dust it out as the dust could be blocking the air flow thus over heating your cpu.
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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