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I having a laptop Everytime I power up it I always hear a beeps

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Feezik
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Jun7-09, 04:53 AM
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I having a laptop
Everytime I power up it I always hear a beeps sound repeat again and again.
I have to reboot, then it is fine. but the next day when I tunr on it again, the beeps comes back. sadly I doubt it is probably time my comuter reach its lifespan.
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Feezik
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Jun7-09, 06:03 AM
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I am feeling zick when i alone here with no reply
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Jun7-09, 07:08 AM
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I am feeling zick when i alone here with no reply
You must have more patience....



Can you be more specific with the beeps?

Is there a pattern?
Does it only occur when you boot?
Does it matter if you are plugged into the AC or on battery?
What brand/model is your laptop?

Feezik
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Jun8-09, 04:34 AM
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I having a laptop Everytime I power up it I always hear a beeps

Thank you, now it stop beep after boots complete
But it still beeps when boot

Sometimes I have my usb plugin when boot and it beep, i then immeadiately unplug the usb and it stop beep
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Jun8-09, 08:20 AM
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Thank you, now it stop beep after boots complete
But it still beeps when boot

Sometimes I have my usb plugin when boot and it beep, i then immeadiately unplug the usb and it stop beep
Does it only beep when you boot with a USB device plugged in?
Feezik
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Jun8-09, 08:36 AM
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Thank you
Yes, it is
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Jun8-09, 09:11 AM
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Thank you
Yes, it is
First, go into the BIOS and make sure it's not set to boot from a USB device. Make sure it's only 1:CD-ROM, 2:Hard Drive. After that, find the option to disable support for legacy USB devices. That should clear up the problem.
Feezik
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Jun9-09, 07:50 PM
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I know CDROM and harddisk, harddrieve mean hardisk right ?
What is BIOS I don't know to go into BIOS
Please help me I have one laptop, one only and none computers
Thank you
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Jun9-09, 09:14 PM
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BIOS is the little program that starts up first when computer is powered on... before Windows or linux or whatever other operating system loads.

When the computer starts up, there is often a key that can be pressed to start the BIOS... maybe F2 or DEL or some other key. Look at the startup screen carefully.. you may only have a few seconds to press the key. If you see the Windows screen, it's too late. If you are unsure, tell us the brand and model number of your laptop.
Feezik
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Jun9-09, 09:35 PM
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Thank you, I not let it too late. I will press F2 until I see the screen BOIS!
My laptop is Lenova X31!
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Jun9-09, 10:29 PM
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It should be F1
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Jun10-09, 06:20 AM
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Yes, i'm loving it! Thank you


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