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Beeping Noise My laptop's battery is shot, so I MUST run on AC power, plugged into an electrical outlet. The AC power cord is somewhat frayed, and sometimes shorts out. When it shorts for a split second, my laptop automatically shuts off. Because of this, the next ten or so times that I turn on my laptop, i hear a strange beeping noise in the background. It is not very loud,but it occurs about every 3 seconds. Every time it beeps, the keyboard will not type the letters that I pressed during the beep. I am a fast typer, and it affects me greatly. If I could get any help or a solution to this, I would greatly appreciate it.

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  • Zandri Apr 25, 2008

    Gotcha, will do. Thanks for the help

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Hi,
I Can help you out Here.
Get yourself a new Battery, and A New AC Adapter.
Before you do extensive damage to your Motherboard If You Have,nt Already.
If you know you,ve got faults, Then They Need Repairing Urgently.

Thats The Best Advise Any Expert would Offer You.

Mike @ compurepair.

Posted on Apr 25, 2008

  • Mike Waldron Apr 27, 2008

    Hi,



    No problem, Thankyou very much for your Rating.



    If i can ever be of further assistance, please Ask.



    Regards Mike @ Compurepair.

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