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Hai everyone. I m having funny problem with my TOSHIBA Laptop. The model no is TOSHIBA EQUIUM M70-173 Since last night,i installed my windows xp operating system 7 tyms.Initially i was getting blue screen while installing OS and after that somehow i managed to install.After the installation,its getting hanged with some beep sound. I have chaged my RAM slot to a different one and just now i have checked hard disk for bad sectors.. I dont see any problem here..Hope someone can help me or atleast guide me.. appreciate your help always.

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  • INDIAN_CHAK Aug 13, 2008

    Hai there

    thankyou for your reply.appreciate that.

    If my system gets hanged,it gives continous noise.....



    I have 2 ram slots in my mother board,and got only one 512 ram .



    cant boot in safe mode..



    cant boot in last known good configuration.



    its throwing me blue screen error.its a fresh operating system jst installed a while ago.



    appreciate ur help always



  • IT aid
    IT aid May 11, 2010

    how many beeps you hear ?? don`t change RAM slots put it back. Can you boot in safe-mode ??

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I`m afraid you you need re-install it complitli again

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