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Windows 7 x64 Pro 2 beeps for no reason

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That about explains it. Randomly hearing 2 beeps in windows (notice it on desktop). Cores never get out of the 50's at load, GPU Meter shows the 5870 at 40 when it did it. Everything seems to be working and responding fine.


So what does 2 short beeps in windows mean ?
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Usually it's related to a power issue if it's in Windows. Could be something minor though as well. I'd run SFC for the heck of it.
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is it a digital clock gadget beeping every hour? smile.gif

Edited by chowtyme2 - 2/13/13 at 12:33pm
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is it a digital clock gadget beeping every hour? smile.gif

thumb.gif Hope that was it

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And a double post mad.gif
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