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Hello. I was listening to the video and was listening to the beeping. That is usually a POST code that tells you what to look for. I am giving you a link to check the beep sequence to check a couple things. http://www.bioscentral.com/postcodes/dellbios.htm#. Usually If any cards, Video, audio, etc or memory are not seated properly, you can get this situation. Make sure the CPU fan is clean and the contacts are good to the motherboard. Some systems use a 3 wire plug. Hot, Ground and SENSOR. If the Sensor wire is not read, the CMOS will not let the system start either. This is to protect the CPU from overheating and cooking itself. These are a couple of things to look into. Hope this helps. Please let us know how it goes!
Posted on Nov 04, 2012
Mine did that when the hard drive was fried.
Posted on Nov 04, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Loud noise
Typical problem in most computers, the fan is experiencing a "burn out." This means there is either something caught in the fan causing it to create noise, or the motor is going bad. there are two fixes for this problem.
1) open you computer's case according to its manual and remove the system cooling fan and give it a thorough cleaning.
2) you may need to replace the cooling fan with its recommended replacement model.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Jul 08, 2008
Open up the pc with power off. After cleaning with a blowing or sucking device, gently press on the connections and plug-in devices. Retry.
If no avail, the power supply or the motherboard may have bit the dust. U can get them repaired or replaced.... or save the HD and buy a another pc and add the old HD as a data disk.
Posted on May 11, 2008
Probably just needs replaced. Sometimes one can clean it and it will last a little longer. It's an easy job to replace it. Just download the manual for your model from the maufacturer's website to see how to gain access to the inside of the computer. Replacement fans are available at places like CompUSA or similar stores, or you can order one on the internet. Just take the existing fan out of the case and take it to the store with you to be sure you get the right one. Take care about static electricity, as it can zap your components, especially the motherboard and the memory sticks. Touch the computer case before touching any parts inside the computer.
If you don't feel comfortable changing the fan out, a computer repair place can probably do it for not much.
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
either your computer is running too hot (clean it out physically, or clean out viruses) OR the fan is failing, and it sounds louder and faster cause the bad fan bearings are making that noise.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
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