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JBosch
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HP 110-124 froze, now doesn't get to POST, no beeps

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HP Desktop 110-124
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This was working fine & froze when I moved the computer to change speakers. The desktop froze & there were bars across the screen while still seeing the picture. I couldn't get any keyboard response & couldn't see the mouse cursor. I pushed & held the on/off switch to turn it off, now when I turn it on, the fans power up & lasts for 1-2 seconds before it turns of & back on. Never gets to the POST test to have some beeps to decode. 

 

It's the first time it's ever had a major issue, I would like to get it running again as it's worked well for us. 

The product number is H6U76AA#ABA

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Hi,

 

Your PC is about seven years old. I would say the speaker change may not be related to the problem. Try the old speakers if the system worked using them. Reverse the change made that seemed to have caused the problem to check for a fix.

 

It could be a system short somewhere (MB, or component connected to the MB, or a peripheral connected to the PC) when a PC turns on and off and repeats this process.

 

Or the power supply could be in trouble.

 

You have integrated CPU graphics. CPU rarely fail except when they do.

 

You have a hardware problem.

 

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Grzwacz
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Hi,

 

Your PC is about seven years old. I would say the speaker change may not be related to the problem. Try the old speakers if the system worked using them. Reverse the change made that seemed to have caused the problem to check for a fix.

 

It could be a system short somewhere (MB, or component connected to the MB, or a peripheral connected to the PC) when a PC turns on and off and repeats this process.

 

Or the power supply could be in trouble.

 

You have integrated CPU graphics. CPU rarely fail except when they do.

 

You have a hardware problem.

 

Regards

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JBosch
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Thanks! 

I had pretty much given up on getting it working without replacing the motherboard. It's got an external power supply that appears to be fine, this is a hardware glitch from a 7 year old PC. I've gotten a SATA docking station to pull the files that weren't backed up earlier & seeing if my brother can use the memory chips from this. He's got a similar model.

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