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Beep sound iam geting beep sound in hp pavilion dv 2000...laptop....after completion of boot,.....when i press escape...it willl stops.....when i click on any folder..it again starts....could u plz give solution for this as soon as possible

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DEAR,

PL SEND INFORMATION OF BEEPS SOUND.
HOW CAN BEEP GENERATE .CONTINUOUS OR ONE BY ONE AND HOW TIMES.

IF U ARE GOING TO HP SITE CUSTOMER SUPPORT THAT GIVES PROPER SOLUTION FOR THAT.

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Pavilion dv 6500 dead ,the jack port lights up but nothing else


Laptops don't boot for the following reasons: 1) Bad Power Cord. 2) Bad DC Power Jack where the power cord plugs into the laptop. 3) Static Charge Buildup. 4) Bad Motherboard.

The above 4 reasons are when you press the power button and absolutely nothing happens. You hear no fans running, no disk drive running, no one time clicking sound on the CD Drive and No light for a second or two when the CD drives click. In the case of a motherboard issue sometimes you will hear beep sounds or see blinking lights. Those beep sounds and blinking lights tells the technician what is going on with your motherboard and why it will not boot.

So you have a power light which means your power cord and dc power jack is good. So lets see if you have a static charge buildup.

Remove the Power Cord and the Battery from the laptop, then Press and Hold the Power Button for 30 seconds. After 30 seconds put the power cord back into the laptop, but leave the battery out. Press the power button to see if it boots. If it does you had a Static Charge Buildup and it's ok to put your battery back in. If it does not you more than likely have an issue with your motherboard.

You particular mode probably has the Nvidia GPU Graphics Card in it and it's a well document known manufacturer's defect all over the internet. If you see lights blinking or hear beeps but nothing appears on the LCD Screen make sure you count the blinks and count the beeps. More than likely you have the Nvidia problem and you missed the recall and the extended warranty because HP got away without tell all their customers. The only way you would have known is if you just happened upon their website.

You'll need to get your Graphics Card Reflowed and that requires a complete disassembly of your laptop. Get a quote from your local repair shop then check out the guys at: http://www.generalsystemsconsulting.com
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My HP pavilion dv6 had been droped screen faced down and now the henges is bented down,iam guessing a medel area in there somewhere,my hp screen as iam opening it never bented out this far befour,do you...


Even if it was a week into the warranty, that is damage and would not be covered under a warranty scheme.
Browse ebay for hinges and they are really easy to fit. When you get a pair, get back to us.
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I found some info on a forum, it says the 1 long and 2 short beeps is a problem with the graphics chip. You may need a replacement motherboard.
Check this post out
http://www.computing.net/answers/hardware/1-long-2-short-beeps-hp-laptop-/52894.html

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on the boot sector when you switch on youe computer, please press delete or f8 repeatedly. if there is nothing showing on your screen., then you should know that the is a problem with youe laptop scree.

i advise you to go and see a computer sepcialist to check if it is your hardware that has a problem.

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Its hp pavilion dv 2000 notebook i on power no display but i hear 3 beep sound only how to service


The 3 beep POST code error means there is a problem with the memory, could be faulty or just needs reseating.
Reseat the RAM modules and if this doesn't work then remove the memory module/s and take them to your friendly computer shop to test them.

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I have a HP Pavillion DV 2000 laptop with me. When i boot my system it gives 1 long beep followed by two short beeps and the system doesnt boot. I am not sure as what to do. Can someone help me here?


This website:
http://www.pchell.com/hardware/beepcodes.shtml

Lists standard beep codes for computers. The one long, followed by two short beeps indicates a display problem according to the site.

I have heard other people say that the same beep codes specify a RAM problem.

Have you recently installed any new RAM or a new graphics card, or made changes to either.

It seems likely to be the graphics card because of the missing info on the screen. Usually when RAM is bad there is something on the screen.

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