All I have to say is : Crap, what did I do this time? My neighbor gave me a spare PC to keep or to sell and I decided to sell it on Craigslist. The person who was interested in buying it said that he would need to be able to run Oblivion. Well, it turns out the only thing that the PC was lacking was RAM. Lucky enough, I have lots of old spare RAM. So I'm putting in extra RAM and I began to think "Damn, this isn't going in". Yet it clearly was being put in correctly. So I took out the RAM that is already in the motherboard and put it in the spare motherboard that the spare RAM came out of. It fit in perfectly. So obviously the RAM should fit. This is where I made lame mistake. When I put the RAM back into the motherboard - I put it in upside down. I didn't even have to force it in too much, but it went in as if it didn't make a difference. Then I put in the extra RAM. The PC didn't post. So I fiddled with the RAM a bunch of different ways until I realized I had the RAM in upside down. I put the RAM back in rightside up and now all I get is infinite amounts of long beeps at post. Each beep lasting 2 or 3 seconds, and it'll keep beeping til I turn it off. I wish I knew which mobo it was. I believe it was an MSI of some kind with an nForce 2 chip in it. Any ideas?