Computer Continuously Beeping

I have a computer that is continuously beeping. It has a GIGABYTE GA-G41MT-S2P motherboard and 2 2GB PNY DDR3 PC3-10666 1333MHz RAM sticks. When I remove the two original RAM sticks, the beeping stops. Does this mean the RAM sticks are bad?
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  1. Hi and welcome to Tom's Hardware Forum.

    Maybe only one of them is bad, install only one module and try to boot again. If the bees start again, remove the installed RAM and install the other one and try again. If the beeps also start, try in the other RAM slots of your motherboard.
  2. saint19 said:
    Hi and welcome to Tom's Hardware Forum.

    Maybe only one of them is bad, install only one module and try to boot again. If the bees start again, remove the installed RAM and install the other one and try again. If the beeps also start, try in the other RAM slots of your motherboard.


    Okay I tried what you said and the beeping persists each time. I tried a new stick of RAM and the beeping stopped. So one problem may be solved. Now if I can only get something to display on the monitor.
  3. So, both RAM Stick seems to be dead. Do you have a GPU for test the video?
  4. saint19 said:
    So, both RAM Stick seems to be dead. Do you have a GPU for test the video?


    Do you mean whether I have another graphics card to test the video? If so, no. All I know is the monitor is good. There is no separate graphics card on the non-working computer. It is integrated with the motherboard. Any suggestions? Should I post to another part of the Forum to ask for more advice?
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