Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
The beeping is caused by your computers POST( Power On Self Test - learn something new everyday! ;) )
Find your motherboard manual, and have a look in it for beep codes, or error codes. The number of beeps will let you know what kind of problem you're dealing with.
If all is well in POST, your computer should only beep once, and continue.
Can you get into BIOS at all, or does it just show you your videocard info on bootup, then black screen?
Posted on May 27, 2011
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