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I have a problem that when turning on the pc now this happens
see link below. any1 know what might be the problem?

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Don't know what's that bleep is for...

However, check if your cpu / ram / vidcard + coolers are all seated correctly.

Also have you reset your bios yet?


If you find everything's seated correctly, you'll have to remove every optional part (sound card, hdd, cdrom, extra ram) and see if it runs /w only the absolute minimum of hardware.

After that add part by part, to see whats making it tick
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Don't know what's that bleep is for...

However, check if your cpu / ram / vidcard + coolers are all seated correctly.

Also have you reset your bios yet?


If you find everything's seated correctly, you'll have to remove every optional part (sound card, hdd, cdrom, extra ram) and see if it runs /w only the absolute minimum of hardware.

After that add part by part, to see whats making it tick
I had tried nearly everything. Like you said taking each part out.
Though when taking out the ram there was a different beep. and added a new ram stick to see if the ram is faulty. Ram is fine, then tried hard-drive and cd-rom, both are fine, though i suspected it was the graphics card, took the out and replace it with a new graphics card, still the same thing a long beep when turning on the computer. Also tried reseting the bios, No luck, what is wrong with the computer?
    
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Problem solved! turned out that 2 ram modules had failed didnt work. Not sure what caused it. Went back to where I got it from and got the motherboard replacement.

Only one probleem Iam having now cant get windows vista installed on starup says cant find drivers. Went into bios enabled raid. Still not working. anyone know what I can do?
    
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