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With out knowing the type of laptop or what bios its running or how many beeps and what the beep sequence is it is hard to give you a definite answer.Sometimes this can be caused by a faulty ram module or if the module has become loose--try undoing the cover where the ram (memory) is located and see if it is plugged in properly try carefully taking it out and reseating it on the motherboard.Make sure the computer is disconnected at the power and the battery is removed and only hold the ram by the plastic do not touch the metal parts with your fingers also try not to be standing on carpet .
I hope this helps
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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