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Beep problem!!!

Posted on 2006-06-13
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Hi Experts,

i have a problem with my desktop. When i push the power button... there is two long beep... and after the computer shutdown (no windows, nothing on the screen). I push the power button again... and the desktop start as usual..
what could it be?!?! Always like this since almost 2 weeks!

thks!
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Question by:m_renaud
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The only reference I have listed for 2 long beeps is for the Video card, try reseating it, if need be try cleaning the edge connector first.  

More info on the system / motherboard would hels as what information you have given so far leaves it open to a lot.
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find your bios on the right & click the appropriate link to list beep codes for yours
http://www.bioscentral.com/
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split for bios beep code info
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