This could be several problems in order of cheapest to most expensive: Memory: Take out the RAM and re-seat it, apply even but firm pressure. Try to boot again. If this does not work... Power Supply: Your power supply might be dead, try to pick up a brand-name one and boot once more... Motherboard: This is the worst case scenario, your motherboard went poof buying a new computer might be better than buying a replacement motherboard.
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Yes if there are error on the system you should most likely hear a beep most of the time when there is no beep it is due to bad ram. Some times beep codes can't detect bad ram and your computer will not boot.
Open the computer up and see how many ram chips you have if you have more than one take the one in dimm slot 2 out. There should be small writing next to the slots 1,2,3,4 or Dim 1 dim 2 ect ect. you always want to keep slot 1 with ram so start by pulling out the ram out of slot 2 and turn your computer on. If your computer still dosn't post pull the ram out of slot 1 out and insert the ram that was in slot 2 into slot 1 if still no luck it's most likely your board but the best way to test this is to know that you have a good working stick of ram you could purchase one and if it dosnt work bring it back ... theres also the chance of your video card being bad but there is usualy a post code for it (beep code)
if you have no clue on what ram looks or how to open your computer just google for installing ram on a computer and you should find step by step guides
This is a warning beep that is telling you that there is a configuration issue or faulty hardware issue like RAM, CD drive ect.. If you enter into the setup screen when it first boots you can look and see if anything is missing or configured wrong.
Regarding with problem basically some part their failed. You need to check the RAM and HDD. Reset the CMOS battery remove the CMOS jamper with in 5 seconds and put it back. If you loss the first try you also recovery, to recover load the windows CD and boot up repair the windows until it is done. Good luck!
Hello there: please try this first unplug the power to the computer next open the case and unplug all of the cables and cords that connect to the harddrive cd rom ect ect now locate the power supply cord that goes to the motherboard and disconnect press the power button on the computer for 20 seconds and also if you have a reset button press it . what this hoes is releases any stored esd that is in the computer .. now plug in the power supply back into the board and plug in the power cord and try to boot the computer and see if it comes on if so great just plug in the cords to the cd rom harddrive ect ect and than reboot and you should be ok
It can be different problems, Battery, Power bottom not working, or better the mother board is bad. I really want you to connect your lap top to the power supply and check if there are lights on the indicated it is working. If there is light or lights on try to turn on your computer and pay really close attention for any noise or beeps. Then let me know what you came up with and I can get you pc to work. Later JUCEPEU
different beeping patterns are codes which indicate what part of the hardware has failed (ram, video card, cpu, ect). the fan failure would not cause beeps, and would not cause the cpu to fail unless already in windows. if you could find out the manufacturer of your motherboard you could check with them about what the paticular pattern of beeps which you are getting mean.