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why is my power supply beeping

my power supply was beeping and the CPU would not power up.  So, i just went out and purchased a power supply; the fan comes on but it will not power up.

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Re: why is my power supply beeping

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It is important to list the model # of the computer. Different beeps codes mean various problems.

example of codes:http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Document.jsp?objectID=bph07107

 

Hope this helps. BTW, the beeps are from a ultra-mini (piezo) speaker on the motherboard.

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Re: why is my power supply beeping

thanks for any help

 

first was in the back of the machine light went on and off. power supply week green light. change power supply and know is the power supply who's beeping know. no power up machine. nada

 

hp touchsmart 320 pc

 

thanks for any future help

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Re: why is my power supply beeping

Hi,

 

If you replaced the "power brick" then be sure that it is rated for the wattge, voltage and amperage that is required by your Touchsmart 320.

 

The HP "power brick" is rated at 19v, 150 watts and rated for 7.5 amps.

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