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1a) The cooling system uses air to cool the hardware components inside your laptop. If the cooling system is clogged with 'Gunk', and cannot adequately receive the needed air flow, the Processor and graphics chipset will overheat.
The Processor and the graphics chipset (G.P.U.) are the two hardware components that give off the most heat.
Having the laptop dirty inside can cause a serious issue also, and especially on the Pavilion dv6000 series of Notebook PC;
The graphics chipset is mounted to the motherboard with a BGA surface mount. Through constant overheating of the graphics chipset, the solder joints (Connections) may partially melt, then re-solidify when the laptop is turned off. (Cools down)
This cause cold solder joints of the graphics chipset to motherboard, and a poor contact of graphics chipset to motherboard.
The problem with the Pavilion dv2000, dv6000, and dv9000 series of Notebook PC's, is inadequate cooling for the graphics chipset.
try all these passwords from what you described it looks like a system disabled password and i'm guessing you have pheonix bios therefore i generated some passwords with the code you provided hopefully it helps and works
Generic Phoenix BIOS: dszqtj
HP/Compaq Phoenix BIOS: wmxzjzz
FSI Phoenix BIOS (generic): 826167
FSI Phoenix BIOS ('L' model): 8197
FSI Phoenix BIOS ('P' model): 1985
FSI Phoenix BIOS ('S' model): 6321543
FSI Phoenix BIOS ('X' model): 5576
Has anything changed since it was working last? check that first
Next -- the Beep codes indicate a hardware problem --the PC was unable to POST(Power On SelfTest-)-but DELL's beep codes closest to what you described is either 1-2-video card not detected or 1-3-1-1 which is Memory (RAM) error adn the PHEONIX beep code of 1-3-2 is Memory error also-- so be sure all cards and chips are seated properly--I dont think its the hardrive --a PC can still boot and POST without a hardrive.
the beeping sound is the post system searching for your hard drive and other connected devices try replacing all the leads that attach to your hard drive including electrical extensions + IDE,SATA and the ones that attach from your motherboard to hard drive make sure all leads that are attached to your drives dvd\cd 3 1/2 inch floppy have secure connections and are not faulty or just replace them they are probably old and faulty ? hope this helps
Version EVEREST v2.20.405 Homepage http://www.lavalys.com/ Report Type Quick Report Computer CRYSTAL_XP Generator crystal Operating System Microsoft Windows XP Professional 5.1.2600 (WinXP Retail) Date 2010-03-04 Time 09:01