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My HP Pavilion a210n machine powers up to the HP screen with a constant beep.

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  • klove4u1 Jul 13, 2009

    I pull the cmos cell and it is doing the samething

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Open your cpu cover and refix RAM meory tehn check if still problem arise then reset bios pull cmos cell for 15 minutes from motherbord then alll settings of bios are reset.

Posted on Jul 13, 2009

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    kishor Jul 13, 2009

    Refix your processor and fan and also precessor . it is bottom of processor fan.

  • kishor
    kishor Jul 15, 2009

    Sir can please rate my solution as Thanks for try?



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