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Toshiba M105-S102 Beep Problem


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Well I have a Toshiba M105-S102 Laptop...I was using it one day when i closed the top of the laptop but i suddenly picked up back again while it was in the process of going in to hibernation...It went in to hibernation but when i tried to turn it on afterwards...all i heard was a loud beep like a continuous beep that would not stop and thats it...Nothing on the screen...Nothing at all...like if i press the Fn key it would like up the corner light but then that would stop happening to but the computer starts powered on...

If you can please help me that would be amazing great!
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Picking it up as it goes into hibernation should not cause any problems. beep codes vary by BIOS manufacture, but a non-stop beep usually indicates faulty RAM or a faulty graphics chip. However, you could try powering on and immediately holding down the F8 key, then select "Last known good configuration" from the startup menu.
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Well the problem with that is that i do not know what the issue is...what i did was that i closed it and lifted it up asap...i know that that shouldn't do that but it did. I Will try that powering it on and holding down the F8 but i doubt that that will work i mean i don't see anything on the screen at all...

Thank you for your reply :whistling: :blink: :help: :help: :) :)

Edited by unknownperhaps, 23 June 2007 - 08:15 AM.

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