Question about Samsung NP-NC10-WAS1US Notebook
When I power up the notebook, it starts beeping until windows has loaded. I have factory reset by using F4 but it still does it.
Posted by Anonymous on
This is normal on post checks during startup.you should only hear one beep which means post check has cleared.if you receive more than one beep ...you can look up via google error beeps as the count of beeps denote what is a possible problem area.you may be able to disable the post check fast startup routine in bios which would disable the post check beep.
Posted on Apr 01, 2015
Some laptops and desk tops beep on start up.but some beep when it has ram problems.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: restore to factory settings
You can find the information needed to factory restore your machine here. Note the three steps at the bottom of the page. They explain the diffrent options for the restore process.
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Posted on May 27, 2009
Maybe there is some viruses around or just some drivers are not working. Try system restore, if it doesn't help then do C: format.
Posted on Jan 14, 2010
The problem you are experiencing is from either the screen of your laptop,the screen board which holds the screen in place or the screen bulb which lights up your screen.
You should get an expert to diagnose which one of the three is faulty, but at least one of the three things i have listed is faulty.
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Posted on Mar 03, 2010
If you have only used Windows and associated programs, (Not loaded Linux or other OS types)...
Just start your computer and hold your finger near the [F4] button -
as soon as the Samsung screen pops up click that button.
The Recovery screen will show, choose Restore, then Complete Restore
the program completely deletes the C; Drive and reloads Windows and the other programs - same as it was the very first time it was set up.
Note. If it was set up as C: and D: drives (one of the initial choices which you do not get during Restore) - this Restoration DOES NOT TOUCH or HARM any of the Files/Folders on the D: Drive...
So, If you're Restoring to sell - Go to My Computer Right Click the D: Drive and Choose FORMAT - you'll get a warning about files being deleted/losing all data - but that's what you want - go ahead and click OK.
IF you're doing it because Windows crashed and burned - It's OK; all the stuff will still be there on the D: Drive...
Posted on Aug 10, 2010
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