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Laptop Beeping before cutting out and then on startup


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#1 missevangeline

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Posted 20 October 2008 - 04:11 AM

Hey, about a week or so back my laptop started beeping at me then dieing
the beeps would go something like a middle pitched one a high pitched one and a low pitched one and it does this three times and cuts out
now in the last 15 mins its done this TWICE
its really starting to annoy me now
as i turned my laptop on it came on with a short beep
now i know this is bad but i dont know why
i dont exactly have the best knowledge of computers in the world

i've had this laptop a couple of years now and i've had a constant run of problems with it
i get it home and i cant make recovery disks
first problem was it just completely wouldnt turn on at all
then it got a new processor
but the battery wont charge
pc world claim to have repaired it 3 times
but no
i know its not the battery cause a family member has the same laptop but a different colour (which let her make the recovery disks)
and the battery charges fine in hers

is there an easy solution to what problem i might have?
or is it just worth sticking out till christmas and getting a new laptop?

I'm using windows XP Professional
my laptop is ADVENNT 7105PA

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Posted 20 October 2008 - 04:56 AM

If it sounds like a Truck backing up? It is overheating!

Short beep is normal on most Computers.

If it is overheating time to blow out the Dust and Fluff from it with some Canned Air!

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