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Re: SD ram problem
Try RAM of the same specification & try a different memory slot. Make sure it is properly seated in its place. Clear CMOS by jumper on your mobo or simply take out battery for 10 minutes from your mobo.
Tell me your mobo model so that i can provide further help.
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dear friend it seems that you have a problem with either a RAM or your Display Crad Most probably with the RAM
Switch off your computer remove the RAM and clean both RAM and the slot i think there may be some dust particles present. clean them with a soft cloth, now place it back on the mother board as you removed it just see the slot for the cuts generall SD ram have 2 cuts and DDR ram have 1 cut a bit out of centre.
the beeps are post during post the very first work is done by the ram,all the memory in the ram is first transferred to the hard disk,and remains active untill turned off. make sure that your RAM is securely seated try replacing all the leads that attach to your hard drive including electrical extensions + IDE,SATAthe ones that attach from your motherboard to hard drive make sure all leads that are attached to your drives dvd\cd 3 1/2 inch floppy have secure connections and are not faulty or just replace them they are probably old and faulty ? hope this helps
Beep sound is usually due to an equipment malfunction, is usually ram and display card.was troubleshooting of both hardware (if you have no display card, just do a test on your ram) > Open the casing cover your computer and remove the ram in the ram slot on your computer by pressing the two pins at the end of slot (Make sure the electrical power source is turned off first) > Sweep ram slot with a small brush or small paint brush is not used (new) > After cleaning the ram slot, use the eraser to clean the copper surface on the ram you are. > When you're done, plug the ram in the slot. (If you have a new ram to do the troubleshooting is better) and I believe your problem is probably due to ram
Please try the following steps to solve your PS3 problem :
Step 1. Turn the PS3 off into standby (red light on)
Step 2. Press and hold the power button. It will beep as soon as you press it and then about 5 seconds later it will beep again. Let go of the power button when you hear this second beep.
Step 3. Wait for your PS3 to start.
This solution basically resets the video output back to standard definition.
Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa
Hi, The reason you are getting the beeps is because your computer has found Hardware problems. Different amounts and length of beeps mean different things. Laptops are different from Desktops so i cant tell you what it is but its most likely to be the RAM since you tried to change it.
When changing RAM: Not all ram is the same 1. Locate the original Ram. Does it Say DDR1 or DDR2. Make sure you get the same! 2. The Speed of the ram
Make sure both ram have the same specs and try to make it the same as the original stick. When changing Hardware, be careful of Electro Static Discharge. Touch something metal like your computer case or a aluminum kitchen sink. Then static stored in your body may destroy the ram or your Laptop.