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Siren noises, comp froze...help

Discussion in 'PC hardware help' started by Eazyduzit, Apr 23, 2005.

  1. Eazyduzit

    Eazyduzit Regular member

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    my computer froze and siren sort of noises came out, like some weird melody. any ideas of what it could be? if u need any more info let me know thanks for the help
     
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    check in the bios to see what the cpu temp is running at & see if the cpu heatsink fan is running properly
     
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    yep your CPU is fooked
     
  4. Eazyduzit

    Eazyduzit Regular member

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    yea it also shut off by itself. is it the cpu i have a celeron 1.7 ghz 512 mb ram. is it the cpu i was on the comp before and it just shut off by itself

    thanks for the help
     
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    what is the cpu temp?? is it a set time before shutdown or randome??
     
  6. Eazyduzit

    Eazyduzit Regular member

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    i dont have a temp gauge on the computer i dont know what temp it is. but do u think its a heating problem?
     
  7. GrandpaBW

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    Eazy, there may be a listing in your BIOS that will tell you the temps inside of your computer.
     
  8. Eazyduzit

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    how do i acces it. but the problem is definetly the cpu correct?>
     
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    Sounds like it's time for a motherboard/cpu upgrade.
     

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