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xeon146

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[SIZE=7][SIZE=14]I have a problem with my pc.It has an Azza motherboard number 815TX it is a Pent.3 I use windows 98 se.When I start up I get no error beeps.And everything goes great.But when I am doing certain things like...uploading pictures from my camera,trying to burn something ,or when I play games on the web it starts to beep continous with a high low high low beep sound.Sometimes three in a row sometimes 7 and keeps repeating itself.The last time I was doing a cd burn it just started to do that and the program froze and I had to do use the reset button to get out of it.Any ideas of what this is,I was thinking if it could not be RAM when I looked inside the unit,there is one stick of RAM installed,there are three slots and it is in the slot closest to the edge on the board.I dont know if this is the right slot or not.Would it run if its not in the number one memory slot?Thanks
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Sounds like an over-heating warning!! When was the last time you opened up your case and cleaned out the PSU and CPU cooling fans and heatsinks??

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Sounds like an over-heating warning!!  When was the last time you opened up your case and cleaned out the PSU and CPU cooling fans and heatsinks??

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Probably so.
:tazz: Don't use your computer until you clean it out. This may fry the CPU. ;)
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