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I have a 2005 Hewlett Packard Pavilion m7480n (882780389410) PC Desktop i've tried numerous things on it to fix it but nothing seems to be working.. i disconnected everything one by one and then all at the same time but i still hear a continuous constant fast paced beeping noise.. do i need a new motherboard??? or is the processor the problem??? or possibly neither???

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Here is something to try that might fix you up.
Dry boot is a way to reset HP laptops. Sometimes it works and sometimes not. Here is how to do it.
Disconnect the power cord, remove the battery, press and hold the power button for about a minute. Then re-insert the battery and power cord and try to turn it back on again.
If you are still having the same issue, remove the battery but leave the power cord and try to turn it on. Oh yeah, disconnect any USB devices and a monitor (if you connected a monitor to your laptop), make sure there is no disc in the drive either.
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