and tried to reseat it. How many RAM modules do you have and do you know if you need at least one pair in order to start the PC. Depending on how many modules and the MB requirements, you should see if you can test the modules individually to see if one has failed.
As a note, there are no standard beep codes that are valid for all BIOS but RAM or an unseated video card are two common problems associated with what you are seeing.
So here's the deal: I had to reset my bios because my bios was stuck on an option only enabling 3 out of the 4 cores of my CPU. I pulled the battery, switched the jumper and put the battery back in and such. When I turn on the computer, it makes its regular beep, plus 3 short beeps after. I've read that there's a problem with the RAM, which honestly isn't possible because moments before, the computer was working fine.
I really need help with this as it is urgent. I have a feeling I may have done something wrong with the battery replacement or resetting the BIOS.
Motherboard: M4A89GTD Pro/USB 3.0
CPU: AMD Phenom II x4 Black Edition
RAM: AMD Entertainment Edition 1333MHz DDR3 4GB