I get a single beep while booting my computer. This happens every single time I boot up; it happens before I post; there are no problems that I can detect with the system. Maybe it's supposed to do this. I don't honestly know. If anybody knows the deal, help would be greatly appreciated.
This is usually an indicator that something is not present or ready. For example, a lot of CPU coolers don't spin up to full speed on a cold start and the BIOS require a minimum of 800 or 1000 rpm to be considered a minimum speed. These numbers are derived from stock coolers which typically spin very fast, where most after market cooler spin much slower. I have ASUS's AI suite installed on my M5A99x and it usually warns me that my MB is -128C and my fan is too slow, but then five seconds later it re-reads the data and the warnings go away. I wouldn't worry about. If you restart your machine after it is fully warmed up does it still beep? I couldn't find it, but somewhere there is table telling you what 1,2,3, or 4 beeps means.