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Beeping with no boot up

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On power on, the fan spins and the system immediately begins a constant monotone beep. This last for a several seconds, followed by a short pause. Next the system begins to make strange beeping sounds that sound similar to old modem tones.

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Beep codes mean something has gone wrong with the computer. Beep codes most likely happen for: Memory, Processor, Motherboard.

Try reseating the memory in the computer.

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