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2 beeps on HP Pavilion a1600n

What do I do when I get 2 beeps on my HP Pavilion a1600n desktop computer?

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It all depends on your bios type.  Here is some more information for you to reveiw. http://en.kioskea.net/contents/pc/bios.php3

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1 short beep 1 long beep


Unplug your monitor , key board, Mouse and open the Case of your system. New clean everything inside with a vacuum clear or some thing like that. Clean even the RAM. open the RAM from RAM bank and clean it with the help of pencil eraser. Now put back every thing in its own Place. Now your computer should boot up unless there is some Hardware Failure.
IF it boot you then I'll suggest you to go to HP site and download the Latest update for your Chipset Driver. If you are not sure about which Chipset is there in your board then you can Auto detect it in HP site. Hope Things will go well for you.
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I have an Hp Pavilion a1600n Pc No Video INput signal at start up


Hi, the problem you have, maybe the Graphics card within the computer, if you try another graphics card and it works this cold solve it.

If you try using your dads pc's graphics card to test this may be useful to determin the problem.

Hope this helps!

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I have a HP Pavillion Desktop a1600n,XP media, No video on screen


Since you have another vga card, is it pci, if it is install it to see if if works, if it does them problem solved, if not let me know then can help ya further.
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At start up the screen is blank except for a no signal message


You might wanna try to buy a video card and hook it into a PCI port, sometimes the Integrated video modules fail but the rest of the motherboard works.

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