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Help Computer Drive Failed !!! Beeping Noise Heard

By Hyconceptz
Aug 23, 2005
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  1. whaddup ,
    i got my computer back from my recent shipment from japan . im now in virginia . well when it got over here i was hoping to hop right on it , but nondaless i plug it in and dis 5 second loud beeping sound came on . montior saids no response nothing comes on da monitor . i try again same thing . wake up da next day same exact thing . so i figure it was da hard drive . took it out beeping noise stop . i assume it is da hard drive and i wanted to know what happened to it . it crashed , failed , corrupted. i at least hope all my information is on da drive i didnt back up nothing on it . if it wont work anymore ill send it to a professional to help revive it and get stuff i need off it . i had loads of important music stuff on it to make my music and stuff like dat . please help me out here its been since august 17 . its is now august 23 , well if u can help please post some comments below . thank you very much 100
  2. Hyconceptz

    Hyconceptz Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    whaddup ,
    by da way it is a western digital hard drive 120 GB ! if thatll help any .
  3. Hyconceptz

    Hyconceptz Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    whddup ,
    actually da beeping noise is still heard when i took my hard drive out , so im guessin it must be da graphic card now .
  4. howard_hopkinso

    howard_hopkinso Newcomer, in training Posts: 25,948   +19

    Hello and welcome ot Techspot.

    Would you please take a few moments to read this post. A message for all newcomers. Thanks.

    If you know what bios you are running(your mobo manual will tell you), you might want to take a look at this Beep code list..

    Also is your psu still set to run on the japanese voltage?

    Japan has a mains voltage of 100v whereas the USA uses 120v.

    If your psu doesent have a voltage regulator you can change, then maybe a new psu is in order.

    Regards Howard :wave: :wave:
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