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580-137C Won’t Boot - 3 long 2 short

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HP Pavilion Power 580-137c won’t boot.

Power led does not light. Immediate 3 long 2 short beeps. Reseated RAM and graphics card. No change.

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Hello
what do you mean by "Reseated RAM"
This code can have different meanings, depending on the computer / motherboard model, release date!
it can actually be memory
How many memory modules do you have?

https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/bph07107

 


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I unclipped them, took them out, put them back, clipped them back in. No change.

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If you have two memory modules, once both have been removed, do you still have the same series of frequency beeps?
If so, you try a single module on both slots with you, if not better, the same with the other module!
Try to be precise in your answers, we will save time, thank you.


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Ah, yes. Thanks for the feedback. 2 sticks of RAM. Tested each RAM stick, one at a time in each slot. Beeping was the same each time.

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And without the memory modules do you have the same ??
If so, it is rather rare to have two faulty modules but you never know!


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Yes, with no modules the error is the same.

I agree both modules failing at the same time seems fishy.

 

Is it possible to boot with one faulty and one good memory module (8GB each)? Could 1 have failed a weeks or months ago and the other one just now fail?

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I am not sure I understood it, but if only one module is HS the system is in error

so I don't think so, it would depend maybe so completely hs or not, I never met this type of case it seems to me!


Two at the same time, it is possible, but quite rare, so I would not tell you to buy a module for nothing
It could be a problem with the motherboard.
can you take the tower to a professional, he could test a module and see if it works


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