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Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

When I turn on the PC, a warning sound sounds and the On/Off button on the PC lights up in the same rhythm as the warning sound, 3 times long-3 times short-3 times long. The PC does not start afterwards, and access to BIOS is not possible.

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Hi,

 

A 3:3 BIOS error code means you have a graphics card problem.

 

AIO PCs usually have integrated graphics.

 

So this could suggest you have a motherboard problem or a CPU problem.

 

HP reference document at this (Link). Scroll down to a 3:3 BIOS error for troubleshooting steps.

 

Regards

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Hi

[start]
This is an automatic response
in order to avoid writing the same thing each time

Some elements may therefore not apply to you 
To be able to answer you effectively, we need some information

 

we need the exact model of your computer, and the product number
To find it follow this
for a desktop computer

HP Desktop PCs - How Do I Find My Model Number or Product Number? | HP® Customer Support
and for a laptop
HP Notebook PCs - How Do I Find My Product Name or Number? | HP® Customer Support

Give the full name with the product number P / N

this is not a model:
HP Desktop M01-F1xxx
the requested product number must look like this
Product Number: 9EE50AA # ABA
the model corresponding to this number will therefore be
HP Desktop - M01-F1033wb
 

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possible

The integrated controller timeout expires while waiting for the BIOS to exit graphics initialization or if an output device fails to initialize.

Contact support for repair due to graphics or video failure.

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The integrated controller timeout expired while waiting for the BIOS to exit graphics initialization

Indicates potential graphics chip failure.
For an integrated configuration:

For an integrated configuration, check if the graphics are on the processor or system board.
For an on-board configuration where graphics are powered on from the CPU, swap for a known good quality processor.
For an integrated configuration, replace the system board or processor, if applicable. If the expansion card needs additional power, verify that the cord is plugged in.

For a non-integrated configuration:

Reinstall the card if possible.
Test the known correct card if possible.
Replace the affected component.

 

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HP Recommended

Hi,

 

A 3:3 BIOS error code means you have a graphics card problem.

 

AIO PCs usually have integrated graphics.

 

So this could suggest you have a motherboard problem or a CPU problem.

 

HP reference document at this (Link). Scroll down to a 3:3 BIOS error for troubleshooting steps.

 

Regards

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@Prométhée wrote:

Hi

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possible

The integrated controller timeout expires while waiting for the BIOS to exit graphics initialization or if an output device fails to initialize.

Contact support for repair due to graphics or video failure.

------------------------

The integrated controller timeout expired while waiting for the BIOS to exit graphics initialization

Indicates potential graphics chip failure.
For an integrated configuration:

For an integrated configuration, check if the graphics are on the processor or system board.
For an on-board configuration where graphics are powered on from the CPU, swap for a known good quality processor.
For an integrated configuration, replace the system board or processor, if applicable. If the expansion card needs additional power, verify that the cord is plugged in.

For a non-integrated configuration:

Reinstall the card if possible.
Test the known correct card if possible.
Replace the affected component.

 


a little easy !!

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Thanks for your help, i had contact with the hp support and will send them.

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Hi,

 

You're very welcome.

 

Regards

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