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I get two beeps when I turn on the power

Parity error is indicative of bad or poorly seated RAM, which shouldn't be affected by FDDs - although it might be possible the drive is grounding somewhere it shouldn't.

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hello, I'm new here
and i'm having the same issue this person is having, only i'm having no beeps at all which one person said
No beep:Short,No power,Bad CPU/MB,Loose Peripherals
i'm also not really good at this stuff can anyone explain what i can do to check which one it is and what I can do to fix this issue this is my mothers computer and she is disabled and cant get out much, the computer makes her her happy so I want to fix it for her thanks for any help that is given
best wishes
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Direct to: doujin86

Although your issue may seem similar there can be other factors that may need to be resolved.
By bumping on 3 year old topic you probably will not receive assistance.
Thank you for your cooperation.
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