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8 beeps is when the PC fails to write to its display memory. But the only change you have made is to update the bios, so I think the bios does not match the graphics card in the PC. Have you changed the graphics card or touched it inside the case? Check its fitted correctly.
I hope you backed up the old bios. If you did restore it. You may have installed a bios that is incompatible with that PC hardware, check its the correct one.
1. Turn on your computer, and hold down delete. 2. In the BIOS window, look for the Boot Menu option. 3. Choose the QUICK BOOT to turn off memory test .4. Make sure the hard drive comes first in the BOOT ORDER. 5. Turn off any logo displays. 6. Restart
1. Open your Start menu. 2. Click Run 3. In the command screen type msconfig 4. In the system configuration utility,click either BOOT tab. 5.In the boot menu, change the default setting for Time Out from 30 to 5 seconds.
1. Click the Start button. 2. In the Start Search bar, type control userpasswords2 3. Load the User Accounts window 4. Uncheck User must enter user name passwords... 5. Click Apply
1.Click Start button and load the Control Panel 2. Under the Control Panel menu, click Programs. 3. Under the Windows Defender heading choose View currently running programs 4. Choose Startup Programs from the Category option 5. Remove Programs that you feel unnecessary for startup
How to disable this indexing service 1. Click on Start 2. Click Run 3. Type services.msc 4. Select Indexing Service and Double click on it. Select Manual under Startup Type. 5. Click Stop 6. Click OK
Try the below steps and I hope it'll work for you.
1) Shut down the operating system and turn off your computer. 2) Press and hold down the F1 key, and then turn on the computer. 3) When an IBM or other logo is displayed or if you hear repeating beeps, release the F1 key. The IBM BIOS Setup Utility will start. 4) Select "Start Options" from the first menu. 5) From the Start Options menu, press <Enter> on the top bullet labeled "Startup Sequence" (it is above all the other options). This brings up a new "Startup Sequence" menu. 6) Change boot order as needed using arrow keys.
There are 2 things you could do. 1) you can change the boot settings in the bios or 2) you can choose the the boot device on the logo screen or bios screen on startup. to do #1 you need to press either DEL or F2 on the logo/bios screen. inside you can change the boot priority. for #2 once you see the logo/bios screen you can either press F10, F11 or F2 to go to the boot device selection. To know which buttons to press for these once you are on the bios screen the right button will be flashed.
The Bios Settings need to be changed to boot from The ATAPI drive. When you turn on computer press the F2 or F1 or Delete button, sometimes its F10. Once you are in the bios setting look for boot devices. Follow the on screen instructions to change the boot order. I hope this helps.
when the pc is booting press F2 or Del to get into the bios, then in the advanced cmos settings look for default settings, highlight it and press enter then when prompted save the settings and exit for a rebbot.