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You should try to hook up an external monitor. If you have video on the ext. monitor you have a display issue. If you have no video on the external monitor it's possible you have bad video card. Listen for beep codes or watch for lights flashing in sequence, those codes tell you what the issue is. Try re-seating the ram, every now and then re-seating the ram solves display issues.
Hi,laptops beep codes is not so popular and every manufacturer use their own beeps,try these ways: 1-if you can log in to windows so try to get some software from internet to check all hardware in your laptop mother board, 2-if cant log in to windows try to see your cpu or graphic card fan works properly 3-may be its heat problem 4-may be checking battery failed 5-may be some bios data change incorrectly 6-may be dust problem(between your hardware and their slots is too dusty and get them unconnected in somewhere) kind regards
This may be a motherboard issue, remove main battery and power up, if no change! remove one stick of ram and power up, no change! remove second stick and make sure the first is put back, if still nothing! I suggest a professional
What brand the laptop is? How many beeps are short and long and in what sequence? Do you receive any error? When the computer starts it checks its hardware and proceeds to boot the OS (windows). If it finds a hardware fault it will beep a code and stop there. The beep code may depend on the fault itself (video, memory, etc) and BIOS brand (Phoenix, American Megatrends, etc). You can try entering the BIOS by holding the or keys as soon as you turn it on for about 5 secs while it shows the first logo on screen. Then in BIOS you can see whats the brand of the BIOS is and with that info search for the beeping codes for that BIOS brand. That will say what kind of fault the unit is having. I hope this works. Im new in this FixYa so I dont know if you can reply me with the answers.
Most laptops use beep codes to isolate startup problems . You may hear something like beep beep-beep or a combination
The beeps tell you why it's not starting ... if you hear the sounds then the manufacturers web site will tell you what the code you are getting means
You either have a failing hard drive or corrupted operating system. Since you don't have the Win 98 CDs, you won't be able to try to fix the operating system. It's tough. Hope you have backed up your data files.
The beeps are usually an error code meaning either the RAM or video card has went bad or are not properly seated. Leaving it out as you did could have caused the parts to come unseated when you moved the unit. Try reseating the RAM & video card and then retry booting. Hope this helps & please remember to rate my answer. Thanks.