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HWMonitor shows no problem. :)

Is this only happening in games?
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yeah, only in games.
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Only happens when using KB and never when using mouse?

Is there a certain key or is it any key you click?
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Only happens when using KB and never when using mouse?

Is there a certain key or is it any key you click?

well, i just played race game, where there is no mouse and still peeps.
even i dont press any keys, it still peeps. And it stats peeping, when im been in game for few mins

Edited by Helger, 22 May 2011 - 11:27 AM.

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Is the peeping coming from your speakers or the internal computer speaker?
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Is the peeping coming from your speakers or the internal computer speaker?

computer .
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OK that helps narrow it a little more.
That suggest a system or OS issue.
In post 7 I asked about P2P and in post * you said MTA was not downloaded from P2p. Does that mean other games or files have been downloaded from P2P?
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OK that helps narrow it a little more.
That suggest a system or OS issue.
In post 7 I asked about P2P and in post * you said MTA was not downloaded from P2p. Does that mean other games or files have been downloaded from P2P?

well, i have 3 games. mta, a online game,that was not p2p and rally game,that was. all peep.
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When was the last time you had your system checked for malware by a malware technician?
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hmm, 2 years ago
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TMPIN1 is the CPU and that had a max of 71C, and a current temp of 64C. That might be your problem. I suspect your BIOS is set to yell at you when the temps reach a threshold - such as 65C or maybe 70C. Do not move the threshold, fix the heat problem. I would make sure the system is free of heat trapping dust and make sure all fans are spinning. Blast a desk fan in to the open side of the case and see if it still beeps.

And if overclocking, don't.
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TMPIN1 is the CPU and that had a max of 71°C, and a current temp of 64°C. That might be your problem. I suspect your BIOS is set to yell at you when the temps reach a threshold - such as 65°C or maybe 70°C. Do not move the threshold, fix the heat problem. I would make sure the system is free of heat trapping dust and make sure all fans are spinning. Blast a desk fan in to the open side of the case and see if it still beeps.

And if overclocking, don't.

if i clean my computer ,if would fix the problem?O.o

Edited by Helger, 23 May 2011 - 09:40 AM.

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if i clean my computer ,if would fix the problem?O.o

No guarantee of that but should should at least help. Proper maintenance or lack there of is a major cause of issues.
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if i clean my computer ,if would fix the problem?

If there is a blanket of heat trapping dust and dirt across the motherboard and clogging up the heatsinks and air vents, then certainly it will have a significant impact on the case's ability to cool - assuming fans are working, and you have enough to provide an adequate front-to-back flow through the case. I generally like at least one 120mm (or larger) fan in front drawing cool air in and one 120mm (or larger) fan in back exhausting hot air out - this is in addition to any fans in the power supply.

If the beep is due to a heat threshold being crossed, and if it is pretty dirty, then cleaning will certainly lower your temps, and "may" lower them enough to stay below the alarm threshold.
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