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Well, it's a Windows issue. The puppy Linux booted and everything looked normal.
Let's see if we can eliminate the operating system as a cause.
Try creating a Live Linux CD and boot from it. If that has the same problem (beeping) then it's a hardware problem. If it does not happen then it's a problem with Windows.
See here: Use Puppy Linux Live CD to Recover Your Data
You just need steps 1 and 2. The rest is directions for saving data from a non bootable system.
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