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    Posted: 03 Oct 2023 at 1:49pm
When i turn on my pc/restart it for 2 or 3 weeks randomly it starts and i hear 3 beeps the pc turns off for about 3 to 5 seconds the it starts just fine ,i just want to know what may be the problem so that i can fix it.

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From https://www.asrock.com/support/faq.asp?id=2

3 beeps-= Main memory read / write test error.
Might try reseating the memory.
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Agreed, 3 beeps is a RAM test error so start by reseating the RAM and make sure
the RAM is in slots A2 and B2. If you are still having the issue you may want to
try another PSU, if the issue started out of the blue on a previously working
setup the PSU could be faulty on cold boot (power on after being off for some time).
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If re-mounting the memory modules does not help I would also recommend a memtest86 run.

It's a tool that probably still exists to detect any memory corruption errors/bit errors.
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