Thoughts on this what looks to be a loose cable?

Tomtomo

Member
Good afternoon everyone

Got my new pc yesterday afternoon :) had a few problems at the start but thanks to PCS phone support and the forums found out the cause was a stick of RAM had come loose and that the monitor needs to be on when booting otherwise motherboard/gpu beeps. However noticed this cable loose which I dint notice yesterday just wondered people's thoughts on the attached picture if it's anything to worry about?. Pc is booting and working as expected
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AlaMid

Gold Level Poster
Nothing to worry about it's the system speaker, that makes all those beeps

Just hope you DON'T get ALL those beeps -- just ONE will do, if you get more, you need to count them and look up what multiple beeps means. More than one suggests some issue with the bootup.
 
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