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Computer beeps when power button is pressed

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hi

HP Desktop PCs - Computer Does Not Start and Emits an LED or Beep Code | HP® Customer Support

Identify the desktop light or beep code

Specific patterns of long and short light emitting diode (LED) blinks, or audible short beeps can help identify a variety of issues.

Note:

Diagnostic lights and audible beep codes are not available on all models.

Review the following to reference the light blink or computer beep sequence.

  • The red light blinks represent a major error category (long blinks).

  • The white light blinks represent a minor error category (short blinks).

  • A one (1) second pause occurs after the last major blink.

  • A two (2) second pause occurs after the last minor blink.

  • Blink error code sequences continue until you unplug the computer or press the power button.

  • Beep error code sequences occur for the first five (5) iterations of the pattern, and then stop.

see if that helps, and/or give the beep sequence @KXHSZN7 

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@Prométhée wrote:

hi

HP Desktop PCs - Computer Does Not Start and Emits an LED or Beep Code | HP® Customer Support

Identify the desktop light or beep code

Specific patterns of long and short light emitting diode (LED) blinks, or audible short beeps can help identify a variety of issues.

Note:

Diagnostic lights and audible beep codes are not available on all models.

Review the following to reference the light blink or computer beep sequence.

  • The red light blinks represent a major error category (long blinks).

  • The white light blinks represent a minor error category (short blinks).

  • A one (1) second pause occurs after the last major blink.

  • A two (2) second pause occurs after the last minor blink.

  • Blink error code sequences continue until you unplug the computer or press the power button.

  • Beep error code sequences occur for the first five (5) iterations of the pattern, and then stop.

see if that helps, and/or give the beep sequence @KXHSZN7 


 

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