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Strange Beep On New Computer.

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#1 Makoto


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Posted 03 December 2012 - 05:29 PM

Hello everyone!

I've recently bought a premade PC and it has been working fine for about a month until I started getting these strange beeps. They don't come directly from the PC but I can hear them through the stereo. I checked system sounds and none of them resemble the beep. I'm not exactly sure what causes this, but when I started hearing these beeps, about a week ago my PC bsod'd with a "memory management" error. Every time I would try to turn on the PC I would get to the desktop after logging in but if I did anything, the blue screen would pop up again with "memory management". I somehow fixed this by restoring my PC to an earlier state and running disk checks (not sure which did what). After that, I didn't hear the beep until recently-- about a week ago. So, I looked around and people have said it might have something to do with memory or overheating. I used a program called Speedfan to check my temperatures and none were over 50c. I'm not sure if this is relevant, but the beep sounds almost like a submarine sonar beep, which is strange. I ran several virus checks with malwarebytes and it couldn't find anything.

I'm aware I'm supposed to post system specs but I'm not exactly too keen on how I'm supposed to do that and which format would be optimal for helping me and this problem. I'm also not really too familiar with computers, so I'd appreciate some step-by-step solutions.

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Posted 03 December 2012 - 06:47 PM

If it's still under warranty take it back to be repaired. You can void the warranty if you or someone else who isn't recognized as being qualified by the manufacturer works on it.

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