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My computer lets off a constant high pitched beep when I turn it on - and the monitor doesn't display anything

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    Alex Edoh May 24, 2011

    These can be caused by one of two major thing. I can only determine which it is if you can answer this question. Is the beep coming fast or having a short regular interval.

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Hi,

there are generally two reasons for the high pitched beep either a faulty RAM or an faulty Video card first try to remove the ram clean the contact areas and replace it if the problem still persists then do the same with the video card, if the thing is still nagging then replace either of the components one after the other to check which has a problem

hope this helps

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