Hi! Okay, it looks like a hardware problem. You mentioned that you hear beeps when you restart your PC? That definitely means you have a hardware failure. That is the POST (Power-On Self-Test) test that the system performs every time you turn on your PC. It sounds like you get long beeps...now, it doesn't matter "how many thousands apart" they are. You need to start your computer and pay attention to HOW MANY beeps you get, and the pattern, which means if they are like "long-long-short-long", you know what I mean? Write down that beep pattern, and then restart your PC and get into your BIOS/CMOS (when it starts, press F2,F10,F11 or whatever takes you there) and write down the name and version of your BIOS (like Phoenix 2.1, etc.) and post that information here,ok? With that beep code we can tell you which piece of hardware is failing,ok? Also, post your computer specifications (like RAM,Processor,Motherboard,etc.) Ciao!
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