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Hp hard drive 400gb

Thee beeper of thee hard drive it keep on beeping when i turn the hard drive on

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If you mean when you turn the pc on (hard drive on) it beeps, then you have a hardware problem,and you need to fault find what hardware has failed.
please provide more information so i can help you

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Terry

Posted on Mar 25, 2008

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