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Pe langa chestia aia cu parola de nu stiu cate milioane de caractere care sa formeze un numar prim si sa nu fie asemanatoare cu ultimele tzhspe sute de mii, (pe care va invit sa o cautati), iata inca una din borcanul si asa plin cu alea "pe bune":


Computer Randomly Plays Classical Music

Article ID:261186
Last Review:March 27, 2007
This article was previously published under Q261186


During normal operation or in Safe mode, your computer may play "Fur Elise" or "It's a Small, Small World" seemingly at random. This is an indication sent to the PC speaker from the computer's BIOS that the CPU fan is failing or has failed, or that the power supply voltages have drifted out of tolerance. This is a design feature of a detection circuit and system BIOSes developed by Award/Unicore from 1997 on.


Although these symptoms may appear to be virus-like, they are the result of an electronic hardware monitoring component of the motherboard and BIOS. You may want to have your computer checked or serviced.

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