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Mehdi7
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HP Pavilion 23-q105a

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HP Pavilion 23-q105a touch
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hi when i turn my 

HP Pavilion 23-q105a on , it starts beeping for 5ive times and after a while hp screen will be show and it goes into windows and work normally .

would you please help me soon as possible ?

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Paul_Tikkanen
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Hi:

 

5 beeps = a memory problem of some kind.

 

Try removing and reseating the memory modules.

 

If that doesn't work, try only one module at a time and see which one is causing the beeping to occur.

 

Replace the defective memory module that is causing the problem.

 

See page 13 of the Upgrading and Servicing Guide for the memory module removal and replacement procedures.

 

http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c04717173

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@Paul_Tikkanen wrote:

Hi:

 

5 beeps = a memory problem of some kind.

 

Try removing and reseating the memory modules.

 

If that doesn't work, try only one module at a time and see which one is causing the beeping to occur.

 

Replace the defective memory module that is causing the problem.

 

See page 13 of the Upgrading and Servicing Guide for the memory module removal and replacement procedures.

 

http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c04717173


 

Follow the above guidelines, and if you manage to identify the offending module i.e. the one which is causing the beeping, try to clean the contacts with contact cleaning fluid. ANother way is to use a rubber pencil ereaser and rub on the memory contacts (this method iso ften used on retro video gaming cartridges). Be sure to clean of any ereaser residue from the contacts before reseating the meomory module.

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