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Getting continous beep sound while booting. what could be exact reason and can we resolve it by own??

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  • ajish03 May 25, 2011

    Thanks Brian i am having only 1 memory stick ,i cleaned it intalled it again,
    but getting same continous beep before booting.
    finally getting booted after 25 beeps.

  • Beyquin May 25, 2011

    What brand of laptop is this?

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Sounds like you have bad memory. if you have more than 1 memory sticks installed try taking 1 out to see if that was the bad 1 if not install it back and do the same with the other 1 to find which 1 is the bad 1

Posted on May 25, 2011

  • BRIAN KELLEY May 27, 2011

    you definately want to make sure your memory is compatible with your laptop. and make sure you hurry and install additional to make up for 1 you took out. what is the model number and i will find the exact type for you and the max you can install

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