Question about Sony VAIO® VGC-RC310G PC Desktop
The constant beep signifies that one or more RAM has(ve) been dislocated from the RAM socket(s). Try to re-assemble the RAM(s) into the proper position(s) and re-start your computer. I hope this will work the best for you.
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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