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Beep sorry about my english, im polish:) what does it mean?: long beep pause long beep pause long beep........ and again and again....

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Have you recently fitted new hard ware to *********** board if so remove it and replace with old one.
especially video card and memory
What the beeps mean is that something is not correct on the board
and is telling you before further trouble

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