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When I first turn on my computer, The memory beep will sound. Then it goes through the memory 3 times before it goes on to boot up. It never did this before. It would go through the memory once and then go right on into the boot sequence. What has caused it to do this? Or better yet, what can I do to correct it?

Thanks, Bubba
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It's an option in your BIOS, Look for something like "quick boot" or "boot time diagnostic" settings. It will vary depending on your BIOS.

Another option is just to reset your BIOS to the default settings.
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