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Old 2013-09-22, 17:38   Link #1
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uhm my comp has problem T_T

uhm my comp has problem it always beeping continously what should i do i to remove the beepping noise i hope its ok to ask
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Old 2013-09-23, 01:34   Link #2
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First thing you should do is stop being so vague.
This isn't helping anyone.

Describe the problem properly; is the beeping on starting the computer, and is it not getting to your windows part? How old etc.

Just saying; guys it broke what do, doesn't give people any leads.

That said, how do the beeps ring; long short short long or whatever. Motherboards when finding a problem start beeping and the tone describes what the problem is. Look it up in the booklet of your mobo or google it.
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Old 2013-09-23, 19:16   Link #3
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First thing you should do is stop being so vague.
This isn't helping anyone.

Describe the problem properly; is the beeping on starting the computer, and is it not getting to your windows part? How old etc.

Just saying; guys it broke what do, doesn't give people any leads.

That said, how do the beeps ring; long short short long or whatever. Motherboards when finding a problem start beeping and the tone describes what the problem is. Look it up in the booklet of your mobo or google it.
continous long beep, oh ic thx i will search it
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Old 2013-09-24, 02:16   Link #4
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Possible solutions to your problem;

If you know what motherboard you have then you could ID what the beeps mean since some have different meanings to beeps than others.

What could be the problem would be the PSU being broken. However in order to figure things out the following should be done; check your mobo brand and how they translate their beeps, do this first because sometimes it means a RAM error or a power error it ID's what is being faulthy. Check all your cables, is everything that has to be plugged in on the inside properly plugged in. Reseat your RAM, if needed one at a time and see if it still beeps, if so then RAM is not the problem.



Check what your motherboard brand says about the beep codes which is
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