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Stuck on Boot Loop with no BIOS

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I tried resetting my Windows last night and after the initial process I was stuck on a black screen, tried restarting the PC, but nothing happened. 

 

After a few attempts to get it into safe mode or bios, the PC made about 7 or 8 beeping noises then shut down. 

 

After that I was meat with an infinite boot loop. 

 

It will turn on for 22 seconds and then turn off again. 

 

I tried everything. 

 

Pressing all the F keys, ESC, Del, win+V/B

 

I took everything out, held the power button.

 

I only had the keyboard and mouse plugged in. 

 

Nothing. 

 

The only thing that shows on the display is the Display Port text and that's it. I don't ever go past that point. 

 

No BIOS, no loading, no Windows, nothing. 

 

The PC was working well before that, except the occasional freeze here and there, where either the PC will freeze fully and I'd force restart it or it will just restart itself. It can happen a few times a day or not at all, which is why I tried to reset it. 

 

As far as I'm aware there are no viruses, as I've checked... 

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Update: I ran into a few issues 

When all but 1 RAM stick was inside and no GPus it was fine.
When I put all back together, it kept beeping 3 long 2 short

I tried with 2 sticks and the 2 gpus, beeping, even with 1 still bept.

So I took the GPUs and tried it again, worked. Tried all 4 sticks, worked

Tried 1 GPU worked, tried the other worked..

Put them back together, it worked... 

 

It was very weird, but in the end, I have a clean Windows install, everything seems to work, all of the stuff are being recognised - ram, gpu, hdds etc.

 

Saved myself £650 as HP quoted me that much... such. a. ripoff. For an hour work, probably less for an experienced technician... Jesus. 

 

Still don't know what the problem was to be honest.

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Update: I ran into a few issues 

When all but 1 RAM stick was inside and no GPus it was fine.
When I put all back together, it kept beeping 3 long 2 short

I tried with 2 sticks and the 2 gpus, beeping, even with 1 still bept.

So I took the GPUs and tried it again, worked. Tried all 4 sticks, worked

Tried 1 GPU worked, tried the other worked..

Put them back together, it worked... 

 

It was very weird, but in the end, I have a clean Windows install, everything seems to work, all of the stuff are being recognised - ram, gpu, hdds etc.

 

Saved myself £650 as HP quoted me that much... such. a. ripoff. For an hour work, probably less for an experienced technician... Jesus. 

 

Still don't know what the problem was to be honest.

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