You need to pay attention to the Buzzing sounds that your PC makes Before it crashes.
How many times does it buzz? Is it a continuous buzzing sound? Or , Is it a series of buzzing sounds and if so , How many?
To clarify, here is what might be the problem:
Although a long beep can mean you have hardware issues, this doesn't necessarily mean that your hardware has gone bad. It could simply mean that it is loose or not seated correctly. Remove and replace your computer's memory securely in their slots to try to fix the problem.
If this doesn't work, and your computer has more than one memory stick, try inserting only one stick at a time; it could be that one stick has failed, while the other is fine.
|B. Troubleshooting Your Chip
Your computer's motherboard has a BIOS chip installed for the memory and processing. You must remove the protective panel to actually view the chip and determine the manufacturer. Turn off the power and make sure your computer is shut down before pulling the protective panels to access the motherboard.
Write down the company name and perform a quick search to access the troubleshooting codes. Each company uses different computer beep codes to determine specific problems. Look for the continuous beep in the BIOS chip manufacturer troubleshooting guide to determine the issue. Typically, the beeps happen in a coded sequence. When you hear a continuous beep, it is possible that there exists an overheating CPU or another major issue.
After determining the problem, you can attempt to fix the computer yourself or you can take it to a professional repair service.