James wrote:Starscream, long beeps or a series of long or short beeps on boot can sometimes represent certain error codes. You might try searching for your computer model and 'beep codes', or something along those lines, and you may find a list which could help you out. It will generally say something along the lines of, 'a long beep is x, a long beep and a short beep is y, two short beeps is z', etc. I don't remember encountering many errors which were simply represented with a long beep, though.
Lady Wu wrote:Thanks, Adrian and James. You've been very helpful.
Starscream wrote:Hi James, it is the normal beep sound except that it takes ages to beep. There was only one incident that the beep was a long whiny one a few months back and it did scare me. I really should dig out my motherboard menu to read it seems...
Thanks Adrian and James!
Sun Fin wrote:Hey guys, I'm having problems with my iTunes at the moment - it starting months ago but it only just occured to me to ask the Scholars about it!
I've got a PC (as in not a MAC) and it ran iTunes with no problems for 3 or 4 years with no issues. I didn't get round to downloading a newer version of it as there was no need however several months ago I plugged my new at the time iPhone in and it said I needed a newer version of iTunes to be able to run it. Fair enough I thought so started downloading a new version. However halfway through uploading it it crashed. It's deleted my old iTunes but won't let me download the new one. Really don't understand why. I'll upload the message I get whenever I try and download it again when I get home!
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