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I have a dv 2000 and when you turn it on it makes two load noises and it does not start up blank screen but the computer is running....

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  • Boli May 11, 2010

    What are the loud noises? Bleeps? Bangs? Knocks? Ticks?



    if they are bleeps do they have a pattern?



    is the HD light acting normally (like its booting)



    Let me know...

    Matt

  • Eric Mitchell
    Eric Mitchell May 11, 2010

    Can you open the side of the pc and try to tell us where the sound is comming from

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Noises usually come from moving parts; Fans, and Hard drives are the most likly. I would open the side of the computer and determine which part was making the noise.

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