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Have you checked the beep codes on the gateway website?
did they tell you the memory was bad?
If you put another memory stick in does it still beep?
Just a few ideas.
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If the PC boots properly, then this beep is normal. It is an audio cue that the PC has passed the POST and started to boot.
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The beeps that you are hearing are messages created by the POST (Power On Self Test) to indicate that something is wrong. If you know your motherboard type it is possible to find the documentation explaining what 3 beeps mean.
Because we don't know the motherboard type (At least for now) let's use the common sense. Did you verify that the power supply is properly connected to the drive? Can you confirm that removing the second Hard drive it boot again ok? In some type of BIOS 3 beeps means memory problem. By accident did you touch the memory? Are all the ribbon cables well plugged in?
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