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Keeps beeping even with memory

Hi guyz... after fixing the previous problem, my computer doesnt open, now it keeps beeping... (T_T)

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Is the memory ok? is the grapihic's card ok? take out the memory and graphics card clean the contacts with a cottonete and instal it again

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