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11-27-2023 10:57 PM
Hi im trynna contact support because my hp gaming pc is basically broken i have taken so much care of this pc i don’t kno what’s wrong with it. It all started whit beeping codes. I fixed it i just took the ram out and put it back in but later on it started doing it again. Now it started giving me codes saying the pc can’t be repaired to contact support and a bunch of other stuff.
11-28-2023 03:38 PM - edited 11-28-2023 03:46 PM
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It's tough to provide troubleshooting tips because each image you have provided represents different types of errors.
1. The first image suggests the BIOS is corrupted. A possible remedy for this would be to try creating a USB BIOS recovery flash drive on a different PC to fix the BIOS. You would need to provide a specific HP Product number or model to check for a compatible BIOS update.
2. The second image suggests the Power On Self Test is halting for some reason. This may suggest a system drive hardware problem.
3. The third image would indicate the system drive is detected but the PC has a Windows boot loader problem.
Is the real problem in image 1, image 2, or image 3? I don't know.
Try reseating the RAM again. Or try one stick of RAM in each memory slot if you have more than one stick of factory RAM.
Start the PC each time to check for a fix.
I would suggest trying to run HP Diagnostics but I don't think this is possible if the BIOS is corrupted..
The BIOS problem would override other problems unless a flaky stick of RAM is causing ghost errors that don't exist.
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