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Hi my themaltake tower wont stop beeping and wont boot up and dont know what to do

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It's a POST beep and it means that one of your computer components is not working properly.

According to this, one continuous beep means: Power supply, system board, or keyboard problem.

Posted on Mar 21, 2011

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Hello there, What kind of beeps are they? If it is a long beep followed by a moment of silence, then another long beep, It is a RAM problem. You will need to replace the RAM that has gone bad.
If your computer has more than one RAM module installed (you can check by opening it up), then you could try pulling the RAM out carefully and using one at a time, to locate the Faulty RAM stick.
RAM will look like this:
Only do this if you hear the beeps i described above, if you don't, then it is some other problem.
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