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a usb keyboard will do the trick but you have to start the laptop with the keyboard plugged in, you can use that to activate the on screen keyboard if you desire until you work out what is wrong with the laptop keyboard and if you need to replace it
One long steady beep means that either your power supply, system board (motherboard) or keyboard are no good. Since you said you unplugged the keyboard and got the same result aswell as the comment about the fan starting I can only assume that your motherboard is damaged, in which case I suggest you buy a new computer because the price you pay for a motherboard and service fees you could buy a new computer (or close to it). Before you do that though, you should replace the power supply first than if that doesn't work, exercise your options of replacing the motherboard vs. buy a new computer.
Let me know how you made out. Good luck.
No power at all, not even for a second. this happens all the time, it usually comes back days or weeks later, it has been over a week now and nothing. I have replaced the power cord in the past when this happened, when the computer starts up again the older power cord will work again??
Thank you for your quick response.
1. you need to remove the power cover (if you see the power button, that what i mean).
2. after you remove that cover, you will see 2 screw that hold the keyboard. Remove both screws.
3. Remove keyboard and replace it with new keyboard.
Hard power-off (hold the power button until the laptop turns off) Unplug the AC adaptor Remove the battery Plug in the AC adaptor Hold ctrl and turn the power on. You should arrive at a black screen. Hard power-off again, then turn the power on.