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The iMac Pro, is Apple’s most powerful iMac to date. It comes with either a 3.2 GHz 8 core, 3.0 GHz 10 core, 2.5 GHz 14 core or 2.3 GHz 18 core Xeon W processor. EMC 3144 / A1862 (ID iMacPro1,1)

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My iMac Pro won't power on at all and is beeping, any ideas why?

I have no idea what else to say about the problem I’m having other than besides the faint beeping, the computer shows NO signs of life at all. No fans, nothing at all.

I don’t know if this is noteworthy, but it’s bootcamped with Windows 10, and lately if I’m using Windows and put the computer into sleep mode, when I come back to it, it won’t wake up and forces me to hard restart it. That problem started occuring about two weeks ago.

Here’s a video I recorded to demonstrate the beeping: https://youtu.be/uAFVe4LmR8A

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Beeping usually indicates bad RAM, and not waking up from sleep sounds like it could be caused by that as well. In order to access the RAM you need to take off the screen and access the logic board. Booting to Apple Diagnostics might be able to help diagnose the issue. If you still have AppleCare you might want to have Apple check it out, as opening it will void any warranty it does have.

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Luckily for me I do still have Applecare so I'll get it over there as soon as I can, I just haven't had a chance yet and was curious about why it was beeping- I've never heard of or experienced that before. Thank you!

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