I have a Satellite M65 laptop. After about ten minutes of running, it starts to beep for about 2 minutes and then shuts off. Though it was the cooling fan failure but I can hear it running on low speed when it starts to beep. The cooling fan does not switch to high like it used to do. When starting up the laptop, the fan runs in a self check mode and the the fan comes on high. I found a updated BIOS for it and ran that. It work for awhile (about a week) then went right back to the beeping. Any idea because I'm out!
This isn't something as simple as a dead / broken / malfuctioning battery is it ? Try removing your battery, plugging the laptop into the mains and running it idle. The Bios update you found may have been a coincedence...
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Thank you for sharing the beep code. It means that its a problem with the Video Card and Video Cards are usually buit-in to the Motherboard for laptops. The only way to fix it to replace the Motherboard in order to get the new Video Card. Hope I've helped you somehow.
You got a key sutck on the lil ol keyboard of yours you need to invistage what key is doing this and have it fixed or worse replace the keyboard entirely the beeping is comming from a key being pressed in and held in
i think there are two causes for this reason.1/ ur processer fan is not working properly. at that time u should get this message as thearmal heat. then ur computer shutdown. 2/ setting of power option my be fixed 10 minnutes. we should kee poweroption always never shutdown.