Question about ASUS P4P800-E DELUXE ULTRA ATA133 W/SATA,RAID,LAN(Gb),1394,USB 2.0&AUDIO (Retail Box) (MBASP800) Motherboard
That beep you are referring to is the BIOS. Here are a couple of steps you can take to try and resolve this issue.
First, try removing the battery on your motherboard. This is a small round silver piece stuck on the motherboard inside the computer. In other words, you are resetting the CMOS:
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the beeps ate called post
Then what happens does it restart ? or just wont boot up ?
A bit more information please.
Not sure what you mean by 'when the hard drive beeps
does the hard drive start when you turn the laptop on
(at which point a do the beeps occur a single beep isn't unusual) and it stops when you turn the hard drive off - a beep then would be unusual.
I suspect you don't mean that, & if the laptop is working fine otherwise then I wouldn't worry about it or do you mean something else completely?
make sure the ram modules have secure seatings also check all power and data leads attached from motherboard to hard drive the same will apply for your graphics card
hope this helps
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