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HP DV6000 My Laptop is turning off & on by itself. Light is on, can hear fan functioning and 2 small quiet short beeps. After lots of test. Now is running disk scheduled (ATAPI CD/DVD Rom Drive). I don't know what is the problem and what is the next step. Thanks for all answer

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It is commenly known thay the bips may refer to a Ram crash or misplaced maybe because you have laptop has been shaked unproperly. Try to check up your RAM slots ;)

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  • nou tali Jan 26, 2013

    Hi, Mustapha

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    I don't know how to check Ram slots. The problem made me to use recovery window and still having same problem.

  • nou tali Jan 26, 2013

    Thanks for your respond.

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