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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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#1
unplug it from mains?
pray
best of luck:thumbsup:
#2
one of the wires /expansion cards has come loose
#3
chezz2;6816082
unplug it from mains?
pray
best of luck:thumbsup:


Is it onboard video or a card? Could the card have become slightly dislodged?

:thumbsup:
#4
chezz2
unplug it from mains?
pray
best of luck:thumbsup:


and plug it back in obviously:)
#5
sounds bad:thinking:
#6
Check ur model for error codes which signal themselves with the beep or beeps. Sounds like ur GPU might have developed a fault either that or its a heat issue as both CPU and GPU carry heatsinks.
#7
Dicky motherboard
#8
J.Dance
Dicky motherboard


whats his phone number?:)
#9
Have you made any changes ( Processor etc) ?.
#10
Have you checked that all the children are accounted for . . .





. . . there might be one under the PC! :w00t:
#11
Tried clearing the cmos?

My computer produced a long beep when I forgot to plug in the power connections so possibly power problem with your onboard - Could be PSU or Mobo issue.

Can you borrow a gfx card off anyone or buy a cheap one to test whether the onboard gpu has failed?
#12
chezz2
whats his phone number?:)


09535 874567
#13
Painkiller
Tried clearing the cmos?

My computer produced a long beep when I forgot to plug in the power connections so possibly power problem with your onboard - Could be PSU or Mobo issue.

Can you borrow a gfx card off anyone or buy a cheap one to test whether the onboard gpu has failed?


Yeah try take the CMOS battery out and replace it,
#14
Trouble is I'm not sure you'd be able to change the output to the card without going into the bios. Worth a try I guess though.
#15
first try leaving just 1 memory stick in and try.
then i would look at the GPU (pull out and push in again) then PSU/connections and finally MB.
just my opinion :)

also might be an idea to unplug your cd drives and any other peripheral
#16
Joey Bloggsy;6816750
first try leaving just 1 memory stick in and try.
then i would look at the GPU (pull out and push in again) then PSU/connections and finally MB.
just my opinion :)

also might be an idea to unplug your cd drives and any other peripheral

memory fault isnt a continuous beep
#17
http://www.pchell.com/hardware/beepcodes.shtml
[FONT=Arial]Continuous beep[/FONT][FONT=Arial]Power supply, system board, or keyboard problem[/FONT]
#18
t0mm
memory fault isnt a continuous beep


Ah yes your most likely correct on that and the the items that normally cause long beeps are keyboards an stuff, it's just that I have had my moments with ram causing all sorts :)
everytime I have problems I go for the ram first , thats all , I think I've been conditioned that way now :)

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