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Most laptops get warm at or near the processor as the fan is pumping air across it. This is why it is not recommended to sit it on your lap - blocks air flow and can cause burns. It would be worth checking that the fan is spinning freely and air is circulating as they **** in a lot of dust.
As for the beeps. Since you are getting OS not found it is most likely a flaky hard drive.It may not be spinning up initially, but a few tries could be kicking it over.
I would suggest backing up all your data and then replacing the drive. Laptop hard drives are notorious for failing due in part to physical movement of unit, particularly when turned on.
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
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