While booting Laptop give an Irritating Beeping Sound as if a key from the keyboard is depressed whereas not!
Again, it always indicate that a 256 external memory cache is installed which is not. Pls Stop this noise.
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Re: Beeping Sound While Booting
Could you check that the time is correct when you next boot up, as sometimes a beep on startup can indicate a cmos problem, as you may have a flat cmos battery on the motherboard, and the system will keep losing the saved settings.
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beeping in some computer is a factory installed indicator for a malfunctioning part on your computer. One possible issue on your laptop is a stuck key on one of your keyboard keys. Have your keyboard keys checked. If the issue is in relation with the universal charger, the laptop may not be recognizing it at first boot due to incompatibility with your laptop or the charger itself is damaged. Have them checked by a local technician to avoid further damage.
Beeping sounds when you try to boot up? Is your system booting up all the way? Beep sounds help the technician isolate the problem with your computer booting. Beep sounds normally indicate a problem with the memory, cpu, keyboard, fan, motherboard, etc. The number of beeps can be looked up based on the motherboard brand or bios and it will tell what the problem is.
This is likely caused by a stuck key somewhere on the keyboard. A computer's BIOS will beep repeatedly if it is receiving too much input when booting, like if you were holding down a letter key while starting up. By pressing other keys you're probably breaking the repeating input which is why it stops beeping and works normally.
My recommendation would be to check all of the keys on your keyboard to see if any of them are stuck down or generally sticky, or if any of them appear damaged in any way.
If they are not, it may be a problem in the connection from the keyboard to the laptop's motherboard, which would likely require the laptop's keyboard to be replaced, which can be a tricky process. I definitely advise consulting a professional to do a repair like that.
beeping sound means that you have a bad power supply. Normally when booting your laptop, the power supply supplies enough power to boot to the operating system. You consult HP to replace your power supply in your laptop.
Different PC manufacturers have different BIOS Boot codes. Read first http://pcsupport.about.com/od/nonworkingcomponent/ht/beepcodestb.htm Then read: http://www.pchell.com/hardware/beepcodes.shtml http://www.computerhope.com/beep.htm http://networking.ringofsaturn.com/PC/beep.php
when i power on my laptop the acer logo screen is displayed on screen then the computer start beeping and the laptop get struck.i replaced the ram but the same problem arise.I removed the ram but the laptop wont startup and no beeping sound.When beeping start the laptop cooling fan get stopped.
goto the device manager and uninstall the keyboard and restart the system. check that the error is still coming..
If still the error remain same ...shutdown the system and power off and just clap the each and every key of the keyboard to release the keys if any stuck. Check that error by rebooting the system. Hope that the problem is solved.
If still not then maybe the keyboard is going bad.
Cheers - Parveen