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Bios Beep and keyboard problem

Q: Bios Beep and keyboard problem

Hi there Been Bios and problem Beep keyboard looking around the internet for answers to my problem but didn t find any My computer beeps continuously Bios Beep and keyboard problem at startup When windows loads it stops There is no pattern in the beeping My Bios in Insyde H can t get in advanced mode by the way After startup the quot sign is appearing in the logon textbox a few times And the letter d is not working Bios Beep and keyboard problem A week ago I had a lot more letters not working and also a beep at startup Used an external keyboard and disconnected the laptop keyboard from the motherboard Problems were gone So I ordered Bios Beep and keyboard problem a new laptop keyboard replaced the old one and the beeping started all over again and I m still pasting the letter d The on screen keyboard works fine Sometimes when I use a few programs simultaniously the CPU temperature gets pretty high but that has happened before did a ram test and no problems found Malwarebytes Can t find anything What else can it be I have a Packard Bell easynote tk laptop and use Windows ultimate bit Thanks in advance Tom nbsp

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A:Compaq bios freeze short beep long beep

Is the beep pattern just one short one long? Check your manual for the POST beep codes to determine what it is telling you. All POST beep codes are different so there's no way to tell unless we know exact model of your PC. The manual usually has the beep code in it, though.
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I get 2 beeps a pause and then another 1 all of the same duration.
Could someone tell me what they mean and how to check and fix it please.

A:bios beep problem

You have a RAM issue
it could be any number of things
Check the RAM is installed correctly
One or of the modules are bad or incompatible
The RAM timings set in the BIOS do not match the RAM
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A:Serious bios/usb/keyboard problem

If you hit DEL can you enter setup?
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A:[SOLVED] how to fix keyboard problem in bios?

I would reinstall with the second keyboard you have and go from there.
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Now, I'm back from long holiday, and have to ask something and have problem.
Like title say : I can't use keyboard and mouse in BIOS.

That problem start some days ago. Before this there wasn't any problem, all worked very well. But yesterday, when I entered in BIOS, mouse cursor is at bottom, and can't move it, and keyboard don't work (I can use mouse and keyboard in BIOS)...

How to fix that problem ?

Motherboard is ASUS P8H61-M LX2.

Thanks in advance.

A:{PROBLEM} I can't use keyboard and mouse in BIOS

The first thing I would try is a CLRTC or hard reset.

Legacy CLRTC Procedure
Note all your current BIOS settings
Shut down the computer > remove the power cord.
Remove the 3v battery.
Move the CLRTC jumper from pins 1-2 to 2-3.
Touch a metal part of the case and Press and Hold the reset button for approx. 30 seconds to discharge all power from the board.
Put the CLRTC jumper back on pins 1-2.
Replace the 3v battery > replace the power cord > boot.
Immediately go back into BIOS and reset all your preferred settings. If the CLRTC worked you will need to reset the date and time.
From your motherboard's web page, it seems we don't need to remove the battery anymore. YMMV.
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First time poster looking for some help!

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There is no set pattern to the beeps. It can occasionally be 2-3 beeps very close together but is mostly just one beep. It is starting to worry me a little.

Here are a list of things I've done to try and resolve already:

Remove an USB devices that have been plugged in
Clean the keyboard with compressed air incase this was caused by a stuck key
Ran system check
Cleaned up the C-Drive
Ran a HDD check from booting up
Checked eventvwr

All this without anything indicating that something is wrong with the system. Can you help?



A:Beep From Behind The Keyboard

are you sure you are using the correct power cord?

i would also try running a memory test like memtest86
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A:Keyboard Beep

It means that keyboard can only a maximum of 3 keys pressed at one time, there is nothing you can do to change that. Most USB keyboards can have more than 3 pressed. You should try looking for a gaming keyboard as they can have lots more keys pressed at the same time. Most Microsoft USB keyboards can have more than 3 keys pressed
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Bios is AMIbios and is the latest version for my board according to MSI

OS Name Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Version 5.1.2600 Service Pack 2 Build 2600
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System Model MS-6380E
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BIOS Version/Date American Megatrends Inc. 07.00T, 02/04/2001
SMBIOS Version 2.3

A:New Bios Beep ???

Take a look at this thread HERE If that doesn`t help, then you need to do some troubleshooting.

Turn off your computer, and unplug the mains cable.

Open your case, and disonnect anything not required to boot your computer.

Check all connections and cables etc.

Start with just the mobo, cpu, ram, and videocard.

If your computer still wont attempt to boot, then maybe swapping the ram may help.

If your computer does attempt to boot, then next add the hard drive, and retest.

Keep adding one component at a time untill your system doesnt boot, and that will be your culprit.

Regards Howard
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A:BIOS No Beep.

You say it only has happened 3 or 4 times in a year. That is strange. If the onboard graphics is as good, you could go with that. You might also try downloading updated drivers for the card. It is strange that the failure only happens one in a while. Let us know how this turns out.
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A:Solved: Bios and wireless keyboard problem

Not after Windows has loaded that I know about.

If you need to do Bios changes, only thing I can think of is to use a regular PS/2 keyboard at startup.
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A:[RESOLVED] Keyboard Beep


Is this problem new?
Have you added or changed something on your system recently?

Is it whenever you press any one key at any time you hear this beeping sound or when you pres many keys at the same time?

Usually if the keyboard buffer limit is reached, it will beep to indicate this, but that's to indicate many presses/holds.
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When an IBM compatible computer is first turned on, the hardware runs a Power-On Self Test (POST). If errors are encountered during this POST test, they are usually displayed via an audio beep or in the form of a code number flashed across the screen. With this audio code in hand, you can determine what part of the system is having problems and find a solution.

<small>The pattern of beeps whether its the number of beeps or the length of those beeps will give you an indication of the actual problem. Its a distress signal from the computer in a morse code like pattern. Unless you have a diagnostic card to tell you more about the particular problem, you will have to use the charts below to decipher the computer error and get your machine back up and running.
Source: </small>BIOS Error Beep Codes

A:BIOS "POST" Beep Codes for AMI and Phoenix BIOS

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Go to Solution.

A:P50/P70 BIOS beep codes

Good day.
Beep codes...
P50 hardware manual, pg37:
P70 hardware manual, pg45:
3-1-1-3 is listed in both.
Hope this helps to clarify a bit.
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A:AMI BIOS beep codes

Try to keep your questions in one post. It gets confusing when you repeat them, and you may miss out on the one that fixes the problem.

Your other posting is here:
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A:Bios Beep Errors

If it took a power surge and fried components - I would now start suspecting the power suppply. No voltage or bad voltage to memory may mislead the logic to think it is bad memory.
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A:Bios Beep Codes

Worth a look,
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A:No Bios Post Beep

You probably toasted the motherboard. Nice pink font... You must be a nice woman
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A:Start Up Bios Beep

Two sites for beep codes, but I couldn't find one definitively for Sony Vaio...

Beep codes Definition from PC Magazine Encyclopedia

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A:one beep at BIOS startup

One beep is good (Is with 99.999999999~ % of boards at least)

The reboots may be that you need to update the drivers too, especially with a new BIOS depending on exactly what the BIOS flash fixed.
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Increase the virtual memory... How full are the hard drives? Control Panel, System, Advanced...
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A:Keyboard issue and beep sound

I'm assuming windows 7 is on the system ? 
First, I'd suggest you run diagnostic tool on the system. It will scan for any possible hardware issues that might be causing problems for the keyboard
1. Power off system
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A:No BIOS beep or display on startup

Try a different PSU
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A:{RESOLVED}Continues bios beep

have you tried just two of the memory chips
make sure all cables are fitted right you may have bumped something

it sounds like memory problem though
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A:Satellite Click Mini - BIOS and keyboard battery problem

Please try this (worked for me)

Turn off laptop fully by holding down the power button

Place it in charger.

test to see whether or not it is fully turned off by quickly tapping the power button once. You should see two battery indicators.

Wait until the top one has charged..

When you see that the charge indicator is on the second battery, this will unfortunately not charge it... however..

tap the power button quickly to see the two indicators.

Quickly remove the charger plug from the laptop (not from the wall) and reinsert it back

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A:No monitor or keyboard signal, no beep on startup

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A:Acer > no BIOS pass test beep

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A:Dell BIOS beep code - possible memory failure?

Hate to do this, but bump?

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A:BIOS beep, PC posts, but red LED light on GPU and no monitor signal

Think you answered your own question,

The fan on the new heatsink spins fine, however I have the fan connected only to molex power (it comes with a molex cable for direct-to-PSU use in case the fan connector doesn't fit the header, which in this case, it definitely wouldn't). I don't know whether or not that's an issue.

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A:Asus P5LD2 Deluxe mobo won't post or bios beep

I believe that the X1600 pro only needs the power connection for the AGP version. Yours is a PCIe-16x version so the power connection (I believe) is not needed. If it is needed, there would be a 4pin molex jack on the top right side of the card (opposite from the side that mounts to your case).

As for what bios supports your CPU, it depends on which revision your CPU is. Revision B1 is supported by bios version 0415 or newer. But revision C1 was not supported until bios version 0603.

I don't understand the bios number you have provided enough to tell if it means your board has been updated, perhaps someone else can help out with that (I am at work now). If your CPU is the C1 revision, then an out of date bios would explain things.

By the way, are you sure your board is not shorting out on the case? (You used the riser pins)?

Also, what make is your PSU and how many watts is it rated at?

What speed/make ram are you using?
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A:ASUS P5LD2 won't boot + No BIOS beep or video signal

Try different Video card.


My experience

Ok i recently had the same problem with a new machine i built.

I realize that the CPU FAN was shorting the board.

I used a CPU with a fan controller it was shorting it some how. in the end i cut the wire from the Fan controllor(was like to wires together) so i just joined them then taped them up.

I would recommend testing a Different CPU fan,(i know it sounds weird but i was very suprised an noone ever came accross this i know off)

Also make sure. you have the board placed properly on the motherboard using spacers. about 0.5cm of the case using the spacers provided with the case.

I would also suggest that your CPU would be fine and properly anything else.

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A:Dell laptop making unusual beep sound at bios screen

any pattern to the noise
.Moreover what i notice is that the noise is not coming from the systemClick to expand...

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Those are excellent troubleshooting procedures you performed.
As there are no 'beeps', there could be a motherboard issue/failure.
Did you remove and replace the memory modules, to see if this made a difference?
No difference, try the following, if you are comfortable working around computers:
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Hello, Welcome to BleepingComputer.I'm nasdaq and will be helping you.If you can please print this topic it will make it easier for you to follow the instructions and complete all of the necessary steps in the order listed.===The 3 Beeps are most likely coming from the BIOS and is an indication that your have some Hardware problem.Could be RAM or a failing Motherboard.Check it out. you computer to a qualified technician is probably your best option.
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RBurke, welcome to the forum. The BIOS Beep Code that you are hearing is caused by a memory problem.  Here is a guide that will help solve the problem: You should read the entire page.  The beep codes common to HP computers are toward the bottom of the page. Please click "Accept as Solution" if your problem is solved.
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