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Old 01-22-2008, 06:00 AM   #1
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Default turning on computer (post Beeps)

i accidentally posted it twice by i think clicking on the post, took to long and went back and clicked post again, so now ill just post another problem to see if anyone can resolve it, mods feel free to delete this post for whatever reason.
i am having a problem with my computer, once in a while when i turn off my computer or restart, it will post long beeps, for some reason, then i have to flip the switch in the back and switch it back on, and turn my computer on to start normally, most of the time, my overclocking stays the same, and sometimes says it failed, i only increased the cpu by 40, to make it to 240, right now its around 220 to see how it goes. the beeps are getting pretty annoying, even though its pretty hard to hear it through my fans.
any idea on why it does this?
thanks in advance.
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