Question about Computers & Internet
The computer beeps if there is a computer components or a device that is not detected or having a trouble. So in that case you have to open your system unit or they called it as cpu, Before handling any computer component or device you must discharge electro discharge that presents in your hand or body. Hold the computer casing chassis for about 1 minute and you may hold the computer component after discharging. Unscrew the video card and unplug same with your system ram or memory. Clean the video card and memory by brushing and vacuuming so that the dust will remove and to clean the slot. Clean the video card and memory pin only using a hard eraser to its pin and brush the pin to remove the dust. After cleaning put it back altogether and turn on your computer to test your computer. Have a nice day.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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