Every time you turn on the computer, there will be a beep, then the operating system will start. Often beeps will appear only once and start up, so that users know the current status of the computer. If so, when the computer appears abnormal beeps, such as long beeps or multiple occurrences, users need to check the hardware. Each motherboard manufacturer will use a different type of BIOS chip, from which each BIOS chip will have a different way of generating sound. If you have difficulty detecting a beep error on your computer, you can use the Beep Code Viewer software to diagnose errors through beeps. This software will synthesize all the beep styles of existing BIOS chip manufacturers and fully explain how to understand the error correction.