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siddharth-pande
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Registered: ‎05-23-2011
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Continuous Beeps from laptop

Hi,

 

Over the past two days i started getting continuous beeps from my laptop irrespective of any application being run.

there is absolutely no problem with functioning of any program.

I have a pre-installed Windows 7 home premium and my Laptop model number is dv7-3165dx.

 

I have no idea what triggered this problem but its not getting resolved.

I checked the task manager but no program seems to be running that would cause these beeps.

 

The sound is precisely like windows exclamation and its keeps coming beep after beep in succession of very small intervals about a second or two.

Sometimes the beep does change the pattern for a small amount of time wherein there is a long pause or a longer beep and then it starts again in succession.

 

Any Idea? :smileysad:

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siddharth-pande
Posts: 2
Registered: ‎05-23-2011
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Re: Continuous Beeps from laptop

Guys,

 

desperately need some help here.....

any brilliant suggestions???

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hagoboss
Posts: 2
Registered: ‎07-29-2011
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Re: Continuous Beeps from laptop

i'm facing same problem on desktop computers, my doubt is a faulty RAM, event though the machines i tested passed the MemTest86 . did you run any memory diagnostic program ? and what is your laptops cpu and memories specifications.

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hagoboss
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Registered: ‎07-29-2011
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Re: Continuous Beeps from laptop

i don't know if you solved it, but if not , it's CPU heat. not memory as i mentioned, i solved it on desktop computer with good cpu fan, in case of laptop i don't know what to say.

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AnbuPrem
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Registered: ‎12-22-2011
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Re: Continuous Beeps from laptop

The same problem  i am facing in my HP laptop dv6-3123tx. Hope, HP consumer products haivng minor defective in mother board which is not even recongnizable by hardware engineer. If we use some external equipment to isolate the issue, we can figur it out.  In this case, the problem could be with Motherboard.

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