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The beeping may actually be your pc attempting to tell you something. Count the number of beeps, and then search for your machine make, model, and number of beeps. Also, are any of the lights on the front of the machine flashing. Check to see if the flashing is constant, or if there is a pattern.
Are you using a Win 7 DVD? If so there is a repair section and a Load drivers section if you haven't tried yet. Does you computer have a recovery partition? Have you tried to "Cold-Start" the laptop. Remove AC plug, remove battery, hold down on/off button for 10 sec. ,replace battery, plug in AC, push on/off button and repeatedly tap F-8 until you hear a beep or get a response. That's a good place to start.
This problem is commonly happen form the memory or RAM. At this time you need to check the memory. Remove the memory and turn it on identify in there is sound provided. This could be a problem with the system memory, an expansion card, or the motherboard. Try to use another RAM or use the another memory slot. Clean the RAM and also the memory slot.