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@gmak03 Absolutely! That is what I'm here for. I hate that it took several weeks but I'm happy a resolution was provided.

 

I really appreciate everyone's comments and kudos! 🙂

 

 

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Hi,

 

I have been having the same problem with my HP Envy...   Did downloading the new Bios solve the probelm for you?

 

Once you downloaded it,   did you have to take any additional action to solve the beep problem?

 

Thanks

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@BrithKo

 

Take a look at the comments on page 10. BIOS F.34 was put out especially to correct the low battery beep. There aren't any additional actions you have to take. 

 

BIOS version F.34

 

Click that download link. Install it. During the installation, your computer will restart on its own. Allow it to restart and get back to the Start screen. After that, you should no longer have the low battery beep. Please let me know if you have any questions 🙂

 

 

 

 

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@BrithKo

 

Were you able to try BIOS version F.34? Did you have any issues afterwards?

 

 

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I have the same stupid problem. If HP wont fix this soon, I will sell it! I think my Dell computer was better. Atleast it didnot go *BHEAAP* during the middle of the night when everyone in the house is asleep for God's sake. C'mon HP. BIOS is crap. HP has the worst graphics ever and is very laggy. I think of selling this and buying a Dell/Mac book or something better than this *BHEAAP*ing crap. I wish I could go back in time to get a better computer than HP crap. Don't say that I'm saying crap again and again. Just listen to the beep. It needs to go out. I try to lower my sound aswell. 

 

 

AGAIN! *BHEEAAAAPP* Like **bleep** HP can't you afford better **bleep** than this I mean seriously.

*BHEEEEEEEEP*
*BHOAAAAP*
*BHAAYYYYP*
*BHEEEAP*
*BHOP*
*BEEEEEP*

C'mon HP STFU.

HP:
No,

*BHEEEEEEAP*

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I'm selling my computer.

 

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I have HP 15-af110nt and this beeps like Chinese water torture. If you turn on laptop in low battery, you are bounce around but if you enter BIOS setup or HP diagnostics in low battery, you are getting crazy. 

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I have HP 15-af110nt and this beeps like Chinese water torture. If you turn on laptop in low battery, you are bounce around but if you enter BIOS setup or HP diagnostics in low battery, you are getting crazy.

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