Saltrock the beeps you hear are BIOS Beep Codes
The computer's way of telling you something is wrong, and an area to look into for it.
The beeps come out in a code
May be a long beep, then a pause followed by 2 short beeps.
May be 2 short beeps, a pause, then it beeps 2 short beeps, pause, and all over again.
You get the picture
Now in your best recollection just state the facts sir...............
I mean what beep code so you hear Saltrock?
Post back in a Comment.
While I wait.............
1) Remove ALL power. Remove the AC adapter (Charger), and Battery.
(If you have the laptop hard wired to your router, unplug the cable from the laptop)
2) Laptop closed turn it over, Battery Compartment facing Away from you.
Remove the large panel on your side. Looks to be one single Philips head screw to remove/loosen.
Lift the Harddrive/Ram Memory Compartment Panel, up on the screw side at an ANGLE.
There are TABS on the panel on your side, that go into the Base Enclosure. (Bottom Cover)
Move the panel a little towards the Battery Compartment, and remove.
The Ram Memory module/s ('Stick') are held in by two spring clips on each side.
Closer inspection will reveal the spring clips have a protrusion, or 'Bump' on them.
These bumps fit into Side Notches, in the Ram Memory module.
Simply ease one spring clip to the outside. Be gentle.
The spring clip only needs to move far enough, for the 'bump' to clear the Side Notch.
Now do the same for the other spring clip.
When both spring clips are eased to the outside, the Ram Memory module will 'spring up' a little bit.
The BODY of the Ram Memory module, is everywhere on it, EXCEPT the gold plated contact pins on the bottom.
The Body is coated with a see-through protective plastic.
Handle the Ram Memory module by the BODY.
See the angle that the Ram Memory module popped up to?
Remove the Ram Memory module AT THAT ANGLE.
Reinstall the Ram Memory module at the same slight angle.
Failure to comply, can damage the gold plated contact pins on the Ram Memory module, and/or the contact pins in the Ram Memory slot.
When reinstalling insert at an angle, and fully inserted into Ram Memory slot. Then gently press down on the side that is tilted up; until the spring clip bumps pop into the Side Notches. (Of the Ram Memory module)
Note that there is a Locating Notch, on the Bottom of the Ram Memory module. (Where the gold plated contact pins are),http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:1GB_DDR2_SO-DIMM.png
Make sure you line the Locating Notch of the Ram Memory module, up with the Locating Lug in the Ram Memory slot.
The Ram Memory module only goes in ONE direction.
What I would like you to do, is remove all Ram Memory modules, and clean the gold plated contact pins.
Use a pencil eraser.
If you are using an eraser on the end of a pencil, and not a solid eraser; refrain from letting the metal band of the pencil, touch the gold plated contact pins.
Rub back, and forth; and up and down. Clean EACH gold plated contact pin. BOTH sides. Doesn't take much pressure, nor rubbing to clean them.
Doesn't take much 'corrosion' to make a bad contact, either.
(Corrosion in marks because Gold isn't supposed to corrode.
Just my term)
When finished use air to remove the eraser dust.
If a can of compressed air for computers is available use it.
If not air pressure from your mouth will be sufficient.
Reinstall the Ram Memory module/s.
Reinstall the large panel cover.
Reinstall the Battery.
Reconnect the AC adapter, and then plug it into power.
WAIT 1 minute, turn the laptop on.
I await the BIOS Beep Code then.
Asus Support > Asus N56VJ series of Notebook PC > Downloads page,http://support.asus.com/download.aspx?SLanguage=en&m=N56VJ&p=3&s=390&os=36&hashedid=2W6oktGQFZdwZ7cP
Scroll down. Click on the blue + sign, next to the blue Manual (4)
Scroll down to Version E6951
To the right of - Download from,
click on the Blue -> Global
This is a PDF file. It is also the User Guide.
The computer you are using now has Adobe Reader on it, which uses PDF files.
After you click on Global it may take up to 30 seconds, before the first page comes up.
Go to Page 64 - Locating the hard disk drive
Shows you the panel to remove, and where the screw is located.
Page 66 - Memory (RAM) does not show you the panel, nor screw.