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Question: 3 beeps on MacBook Pro

So i found in my basement a old box with a MacBook inside (which was my christmas suprise hidden by my bro)

for 1-3 Years it was Perfect but now When i plugged it in power booted it

it welcomed me with 3 Beeps

now i never touched the RAM,HARDDRIVE,CPU anything i just used it normally but after removing the Kingston 2GB DDR2 PC5300-667 IT BOOTED NORMALLY

😁 i would appreciate any help

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Nov 11, 2017 7:42 AM in response to LuigiBros02 In response to LuigiBros02

Yes, three beeps usually indicates bad RAM. Have you tied replacing the RAM, it may be that it was just not seated correctly?

If that's not it, order new RAM. You can check the modules you need with the advisory tool in Crucial, or OWC.Both reliable vendors.

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Nov 11, 2017 7:47 AM in response to macjack In response to macjack

well the Kingston one is the original that came with this mac then i bought a Third Party one but the kingston one doesnt boot i tryed only kingston no success i tryed only Third Party ok

btw my mac model is: MacBookPro4,1

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