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Help After I deleted all my things and re-boosted my computer my speckers stop working I did System Restore then they work just fine, but all my old decoments come back I tryed everything but they don't work. But I still here this beeping sound.

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How is the beeping sound do you hear. Is it a long single beep or two small beeps or something else. Usually the beeping sound is related to a hardware issue. Could be the RAM or any other internal hardware connection that could have loosened. You can check the hardware connections, that might help. Moreover, you did not mention what exactly you would like to delete from your computer. That would help me to help you better.

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