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SDDAWG said: http://en.community.dell.com/owners-club/alienware/f/3746/p/19437777/20057402.aspx#20057402
Sorry no link but it does cover a similar issue. Seems they rolled out the R4 a little too fast. Hope it's gets resolved. Have you updated the BIOS. I saw the new one covers some issues but.....
SDDAWG said: My R3 beeps once and then starts up normally so I think your fine. But you can look in the owners manual to make sure. Should be a section on troubleshooting thats has post beeps, the number of beeps and what they mean. Do you have things besides the mouse and keyboard plugged into the USB's? If so, unplug everything but the keyboard and mouse and see what happens.
krishnooof said: kinda like a beeping noise, right? check the manual, there may be a code for that. i mean these beeps is your computer talking to you. 1 beep has a different meaning than 2 etc. Check that and, in the meantime, i'll try and get a desktop guru to take a look at this thread
DieselSS said: Well for now just go into your bios and set it back to factory default. Disable any XMP profile if your ram and bios has it, and drop your ram's multiplier. See if it boots. If this does not help then you will have to call support.
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