|" Did you try adding memory to your system?"|
"I did add memory. A big game."
Installing a game does not add memory - it adds data to the hard drive.
What jam is asking is did you install (a) ram module(s) that wasn't/weren't in the computer before.
E.g. if you have a desktop computer, did you, or someone else, open up the computer case and install ram.
So far you haven't mentioned anything that would indicate that.
Just installing a game doesn't normally cause beeps.
Are the 3 beeps the same length, or are they one longer beep, two shorter ones?
You may need to have someone help you out - a parent or someone older.
If you're getting 3 beeps of the same length, try this, if it's a desktop computer - make sure the ram is all the way down in it's slots.
See response 2 in this - http://www.computing.net/hardware/w...
If you're getting one longer beep and two shorter ones, that's a video card problem that can normally only happen on desktop computers - the video card in a slot may have a poor connection and/or it's not all the way down in it's slot.
Unplug the case/power supply.
Power off your monitor.
Open up the case by removing the left panel as seen when you're looking at the front of the case.
Press the video card all the way down in it's slot.
Make sure there is a screw holding it down.
Plug in the case/power supply.
Swich the monitor back on.
Try booting the computer.