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Wont boot tred to install wrong memory . now it wont reboot with old memory. it just beeps

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Recheck that the memory has been reinstalled properly... if it has and you have the same issue swap the memory to the opposite slot(s) it is in.

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Most times it's something related to the motherboard such as memory or video card.

Did you see anything post on the screen during the boot process?

Check your memory.

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How many beeps are you getting and notice whether they are long or short beeps? Beeps tell the technician what is going on with the computer. It could be a number of things going on with the motherboard, or things that attach to the motherboard.

Try removing the power cord, opening the case, then taking out one of the memory chips and sitting it aside. Then plug the computer back up and see if it boots. If not, move the memory chip that is in there to the next open slot, then try booting again. If it still does not boot, remove that chip and set it aside and get the chip you already had set aside and move it into the memory slots trying to reboot. If it boots, mark an x with a ink pen on the chip that is set aside, it is probably bad, then put it into the computer's open memory slot and try rebooting. If it fails to boot you know the cause is the chip with the x on it.

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Those beeps are code for what is wrong,
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The new ram you have installed, is it the same speed/type as what is already in the system?
Take out the new ram and leave the old in. Try and boot. If all ok, swap out the old ram for the new and see if you can boot. If the system does not boot when trying one of the above, you know it's bad ram. If the system boots with the old ram and the new ram installed seperately, i'ts likely that you have two different types of ram. Check your old ram and see what spec it is. Your new ram should be the same. Compaq do not list a four beep error on boot, but my guess is conflicting ram.
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can you still boot if you remove the new memory?

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PC will not reboot.


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1 Beep
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.

  • (AMI) Memory problem
  • (AWARD) Memory problem
2 Beeps
  • (AMI) Memory problem
3 Beeps
  • (AMI) Memory or motherboard problem
  • (AWARD) Video problem
  • (IBM) Keyboard problem
4 Beeps
  • (AMI) System timer failure
  • (AWARD) Video Problem
5 Beeps
  • (AMI) CPU or motherboard problem
6 Beeps
  • (AMI) Keyboard or motherboard problem
7 Beeps
  • (AMI) CPU or motherboard problem
8 Beeps
  • (AMI) Video card or video memory problem
9 Beeps
  • (AMI) Motherboard problem
10 Beeps
  • (AMI) Motherboard problem
11 Beeps
  • (AMI) Cache memory error
Continuous Beeping
  • (AMI) Memory or Video Problem
  • (AWARD) Memory or Video Problem
  • (IBM) Power problem or loose card

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