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that would be due to a hardware issue, um, could be a CPU overheat issue, since intel boards support a feature that will foece your system to restart when the processor reches its highest temp. Another issue could be your system memory ( RAM ) could be half dead and also your video card could be bad and last but not least it could just be windows needing to be reinstalled too. To know for sure you will need to bring it in somewhere and tell them what is going on
1.Remove your cmos battery for 3 mins. and put it back 2.Turn on your system, if this doesn't work Turn it off again 3. Replace your Memory with a new one, then turn on your system 4.If this doens't do the job, switched you pci-e video card to integrated video card, then switch on. 5. If all of this doens't do anything, e-mail me the of spec of your board
The power supply inside the cabinet(CPU) called SMPS needs to be replaced. Also the internal battery on the MB needs replacement. As an after thought, check the keyboard for any key remaining depressed after hitting the key. Just use a friends working keyboard after replacing the SMPS & int. battery & check for repetition of the same sound. If it does not beep then buy a new keyboard too.....sodeep
hi, unplug the pc- remove the lithium battery on the board-find the jumper on a three prong header-move it 2 the reset bios position-push the power on button, or wait 5 min-then put it all back to the way it was-then boot up.. make sure you set the correct values- bus speed-boot order-time and date-ect. if you need further help-reply. good luck! and please rate this solution. be well!
If your motherboard is for a desktop, there would often be a 3 terminal jumper very near the Lithium battery marked CMOS Reset. A jumper is currently positioned shorting one end and the center, temporarily removing this jumper and moving it to the opposite end/pair would reset the CMOS/BIOS. Alternately, you can also remove the 3.0Volts coin size battery for about 30 minutes wold reset the CMOS/BIOS.
Your computer is getting too hot. Get canned air and spray all the dust out, especially the dust in and around the proccessor and heatsink (big metal grille).
Then move the computer off shaggy carpet and move it several inches away from the wall.
If that doesn't wokr you may have hardware incompatabilites, like with your memory or graphics card.