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haha, I could imagine that, but what should be happening right now is your computer should be locking up and randomly restarting. The fact that that isn't happening is great! So you can save your stuff. And you've got a great motherboard, since it actually was warning you about this. I've never heard of the computer beeping like that. That's pretty cool :tazz:

You're hard drive's fitness is off, which may slowly degrade, or it could just collapse. Or it could be misreported because of the power supply situation like dsenette suggested. Backup everything just incase. If and when you replace the power supply, you can post another screenshot of the S.M.A.R.T. section of Speed Fan and we can see if the hard drive is okay. If it is the same as before, I predict failure in 1-2 years.

Edited by computerwiz12890, 16 December 2005 - 05:33 PM.

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the worst thing is that i m gonna die if it will not stop beepin... it can be really frustrating.. could it be , that because of this problem, my games are running slower ?
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Absolutely. Your voltages are all out of wack. You should be experiencing all sorts of problems. I find it amazing that you can even get into Windows.

The power supply needs to be replaced. Once it is, the beeping should stop, and things should return to normal.
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ok, it is getting worse :tazz: computer collapse every 15 minutes :) what power supply should i buy ? could u recommend one to me ?
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I'm not too familiar with power supply units and what to look for. If I were in your shoes, I'd buy one that's identical to my current one. But if you'd rather get a different one because of what happened, let me know. I will do some research for you, and I will let you know what info I will need in order to find a good one for you.
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