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Just wondering, when you installed your RAM, did you make sure the PSU was turned off and cord was out of the PSU?
Yes.

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post #62 of 73
Here is a guide for beep codes. http://www.computerhope.com/beep.html. like many have stated it sounds like a ram issue. since you already took out the stick that you added and still didn't post try moving your original ram stick to another slot. you maybe fried a slot. hope this helps
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post #63 of 73
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I have tried the original RAM stick in both RAM slots and none seem to work. I am unsure as to what to do next as it seems like I have tried everything. I guess I will have to wait and see what my mothers dads neighbour says.
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post #64 of 73
i honestly dont think you reset the smos corectly because if you did and had the same stock ram it should boot right up. so ill ask again did you bumb or maybe plug somthing in wrong if not. and when you reset cmos did you leave the memory in ??
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3 beeps on my mobo means failed RAM OC
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post #66 of 73
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Yes I did leave the memory in.

Can you tell me exactly what to do with the CMOS?

Take it out, leave it for 5-10 minutes, then what.
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Yes I did leave the memory in.

Can you tell me exactly what to do with the CMOS?

Take it out, leave it for 5-10 minutes, then what.
put it back in then boot the system. like stated before press the power button a few times with the cmos battery out to discharge the caps
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post #68 of 73
In case i missed this; did you test the ram in a mother motherboard? because i'm a fraid to think that the RAM is bad or the socket is bad =/
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post #69 of 73
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In case i missed this; did you test the ram in a mother motherboard? because i'm a fraid to think that the RAM is bad or the socket is bad =/
I don't have another motherboard to try it on. I don't think the RAM is bad as it was working perfectly fine before (note that I have completely given up on the idea of adding another stick). I honestly do not know what would of gone wrong.
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post #70 of 73
There are three possibilities here.
1) You static shocked the RAM when you were removing/transporting it.
2) You handled the original RAM stick wrong and killed that as well.
3) The board was damaged when inserted the other stick.

Did you try removing the RAM from the computer and trying to turn it on? It should make the exact same identical beep pattern in your recording (if that isn't what you already recorded).

How important is this computer? Please be direct about it. I *do* have 8 gigs of DDR2 sitting around collecting dust...but whether that ever gets used again depends on if my old Pentium 4 system ever stops working someday or not...
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