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I also got the 1 long and 2 short beeps on my mother board and ppl told me to check my graphix card well it still works also i used my onboard but it does the same beep. then i changed ram and it still gives me the beep.... i really dont know what to do now.

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Check the ram or clean it by using pencil eraser.

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Hi auriaskate,
Currently you are using the onboard PCI video adapter. This graphics adapter uses you're system memory to function.
If there is a problem with you're system memory the beeps can lead one to think there is a problem with the onboard video.
You can not remove the onboard adapter so there may be a problem with you're system memory. (I doupt you're memory is bad) but on the other hand it might not be fully installed correctely. Power off the PC & unplug the power cord from the PC.
Please remove you're system memory & firmly reseat it.
Plug the power cord back in. Start the PC & listen for any beeps except the 1 normal beep known as P.O.S.T = Power on self test. Any beeps after that there is a problem with a device connected to the board.
You're Asus M2A-VM uses an Award bios. Click on the link below to see what Award beeps mean.
http://www.bioscentral.com/beepcodes/awardbeep.htm

Try the memory reseat & check. Let me know if this helped.

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