I have an HP Pavilion dv6119us. I shut the computer down the other night and when I went to restart it all I got was 2 quick beeps and a long beep following. I ran the diagnostic in BIOS and the hard drive failed. I believe the message was 07- #1 Failed. I ordered another hard drive and installed it. The new hard drive passed the tests but I still get the beeps. I took out the memory, hard drive, and video card. Same thing happens. Any ideas.
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Re: Boot up problem
Youre hd needs an os installing on it.first partition,then format ,then install os(windows)
the system is looking for a os not a hd ;the beeps indicate no os found(no drive by default)
if there is no hd,memory,or video card or stuck key the pc will beep.also with video card not connected the screen will be blank also with many models no memory will result blank screen.In ur case its only the hd.make sure all items are fitted insert os disk in cd drive start pc and boot from cd,to create partition,format and install
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The problem maybe the RAM, it is faulty or just needs reseating to make proper electrical contact. Reseat the RAM and then boot up your laptop. If it still does not boot up then remove the RAM module/s and take them to your friendly computer repair shop and get them to test the RAM for you. Just like you sometimes need a mechanic to repair your car, sometimes you do need a technician to diagnose and identify the fault or faults on your computer. Not only does a good service technican have the experience to deal with this type of problem, they also have the equipment that allows them to look at things the average computer user can't see, and he has a collection of replacement parts that can be used to quickly test individual components on your computer.
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