beeping is the pc telling you there is a hardware problem. Try reseating all of your cards. If you have multiple ram sticks try taking one out and running that way for a while. If it still does it switch out the ram to a different port then try switching the ram stick itself. I would guess hardware also incase it isn't hardware try running sgc /scannow from the emulated dos prompt in windows. If it just started try a system restore. if you have spare cards try switching those out. last thing if all else fails you could try a windows repair instilation then a full instilation wiping the disk but again I am thinking hardware. Oh and was anything updated recently? Is everything functional in the device manager or does something have a yellow or red mark. you can try updating your bios drivers for everything most important video card and your chipset drivers. Once again beeping normaly means hardware but that normaly happens before the windows logo not after so it could be software. last ditch you can also download something like malware bites. oh and try another keyboard sometimes the pc will beep like that when it thinks their is no keyboard but normaly it doesn't hang.
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