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Constant beeping while attempting to boot up

Computer will not boot up, Just makes loud beeping when power is turned on.

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  • kpdigital Jul 11, 2008

    To elaborate..



    The system starts with full fan, then begins a continous monotone beep. The beep last for several seconds and then stops. After a few seconds begin a series of tones that sounds very much like an old modem.



    What is going on?



    Thank you.

  • kpdigital May 29, 2009

    IT was the ram. Thank you.

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There is probably an issue with the RAM. Take the RAM out and put it back in see if that fixes it. If not then take it out and if you have 2 sticks of RAM put only one in at a time to see if the computer will boot on either stick. If that still does not work then most likely either all of your RAM is bad or there is a problem with the motherboard.

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