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Old 04-02-2009, 10:08 PM   #1
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Default highly annoying continous beep

as it says
it wont stop
it says that it cant find my floppy disk
which i dont have one
it also gives me an option to continue with the install
i think
so should i just keep on going
or did i mess up somewhere?
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Old 04-02-2009, 10:17 PM   #2
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Default Re: highly annoying continous beep

Is your keyboard fully plugged in?
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Old 04-02-2009, 10:53 PM   #3
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Default Re: highly annoying continous beep

Sounds more like a temp alarm.
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Default Re: highly annoying continous beep

Quote:
Originally Posted by Atomic Rooster View Post
Is your keyboard fully plugged in?
yes
and so is the mouse

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Sounds more like a temp alarm.
a temp alarm?
i have 2 120mm fans running all the time
and 4 80mm on a fan controller
running at max
that still didnt stop the sound

after almost an hour of listening to it
and trying to install vista
i shut it down via PSU
now i have a DVD that is SATA
and my copy of vista is on a DVD
so when i pulled it out of my DVD burner
and pushed the tray back into the drive
it made that sound and the LEDs in my fan controller slightly activated
could i have put too much on one loop from my PSU?

also in the BIOS
it says FLOPPY DISK(S) FAILURE (40)
wtf does that mean?

anyone have any idea?
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