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My computer is beeping and its not a keyboard or mouse issue the beeps r high pitched and go for like 2mins ..then a short pause then they start again ..i put in a new battery and all the fans r running and the hardware seems to be running well also what is this and above all how do i fix it and shut the warning off ??

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  • QuasiAries Jun 21, 2008

    yup and it still does it

  • QuasiAries Jun 21, 2008

    ok how do i find out ....witch it is and how do i turn the alarm off

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The beeping is a result of some kind of hardware problem. If you listen to the number of beeps and the sequence you can actually tell what the problem is. To me it sounds like a video card or RAM issue.

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Did you replace the motherboard battery? is that the one your talking about?

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