Question about HP Computers & Internet
Your BIOS manufacturer's site will explain in full the beep codes
you're experiencing. The beeps you are explaining is your system failing
the POST (power on checks), it emits a series of beeps to tell you the
precise nature of the problem. Beep codes are BIOS-specific. The
following BIOS sites should help you. You must however first, identify
which BIOS you've got.
Award � http://www.phoenix.com/pcuser/BIOS/award_error_codes.htm
Phoenix � http://www.phoenix.com/pcuser/PDF-Files/bios-postcode.pdf
AMI � http://www.ami.com/support/ For all other bioses try http://www.abios.com
Or try these alternative sites:
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