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#1 Fresy

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Posted 01 September 2010 - 03:22 AM

Hello
I posted a request before as I was getting intermittent beeping, it then just stopped for a bit and thought it was ok.... this morning AFTER start up i have been getting so many beeps i feel like i am being mentally tortured...... now as i log into sent a message the beeps have stopped for a bit... i just dont know why I am getting them, I have avast and dont think viral and no beeping at start up but just dont know why... i do get a message about my wirless card not connected or something like that... every nowand then. I did once turn my wireless bit off and the beeping started then. but its definately on as using it now...

i really need some pointers.... not another trip to the pc man to get it fixed with endless costs.... not that i have had to with this laptop before but my previous dell where my hardrive stopped working properly....

please please please help... ps since typing this yes the beeping has stopped altogether but before logged in beeping lots and lots..... help please all basic english/basic non pc literate info welcome

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#2 Romeo29

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Posted 01 September 2010 - 08:44 AM

Seems like a loose connection of a cable inside your computer. You should check that all cables are connected firmly.

When I assembled my PC, I had connected 12 V ATX 4-Pin cable to motherboard but forgot to push it in. The PC worked okay for a few days and started making beeping noise after that. Could not figure it out, so I tried changing SMPS and found the problem.

May be someone else can shed better light on the subject.




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