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Server continously beeps 5/6 times over and over againcan anyone identify with the problemcheers

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If thr are 5-6 beeps thn ur processor might b in prblm.. better check ur BIOS manufacturer site bcoz no. of beep depends on BIOS manufacturer. they assign it according to thm... so fr btter help look to ur BIOS mnufctr site..

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Hi, this type of error alert is most often related to RAM chip failure.
If you have more than one chip, swap them around or try to boot using 1st one chip then the other to identify the faulty one.
Replace this and all will be ok.
Regards mistyman

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