Broadly, the problem of the computer can be divided into three parts.
– If the computer is not starting, then it may not be able to power itself.
– If he stops playing a strange sound after it starts, then the problem is related to any hardware.
–If it reaches the initial graphic of the Windows operating system but does not grow further, then the problem is that of Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 operating system.
In the first of these, you need to replace the power supply of the computer (which is called SMPS). If the problem is of the second number, then there is a need to do a little bit of analysis to find out. If there is a third problem, you may have to install a Windows or a device driver (the code used to operate the hardware).
After starting the computers, the process of ‘Power on Self-Test’ (Post) is initially processed, in which most of your system’s hardware is checked. If there is a small problem then the computer has to go, but if there is a problem in a key part, it does not move beyond the post.
However, during this time he gives a signal of poor hardware by giving the voice of some kind of beep. Whenever your computer may have been spoiled, you may have noticed that while it is starting, it removes a few different sounds instead of the common single beep. That voice helps to fix the problem of the computer. The normal beep codes being extracted by IBM PCs or IBM Compatible PCs are as follows –
Beep code – No beep, Problem: No power, Electric wire is loose or Wire is short. Replacement expenses – from Zero to Rs 500
Beep code: A small beep, a computer is OK, there is no problem. Beep code: Two small beep problems:
The problem has been found during the post (maybe connected to CMOS settings) See computer screen for details. Cost: Zero.
Beep code: a long and a short beep Problem: There is a problem in the motherboard. Replacement expenses: Between 2,000 and 6,000 rupees, depending on the price of the motherboard.
Beep code: a long and two short beeps Problem problems of CGA-mono display card. Replacement expenses: 500 to 600 rupees.
Beep code: One long and three short beep problem: EGA display card problem. Replacement expenses: 800 rupees or more (depending on card brand and features).
Beep Code three long beeps Problem of the issue with the board. Replacement expenses: Rs. 300 or more.
Beep code: Long-long beep problem: The ram in the CPU is loose or it is damaged. Cost: From zero to Rs 1,200.
Beep code: Continuous fast and light beep problems. The CPU is getting very hot. Perhaps the fan felt to keep the coolness cool, or the CPU needs to change. Replacement Expenses: Between Rs. 100 (Fans) to Rs. 5,000 to Rs. 6,000
In computers, the voice of the beeps indicates that you can even find out the common problems of the computer without any specialist. Most of these computers mean these sounds, but basically, it depends on the computer’s BIOS (basic input output system) and motherboard brand. In some brands, these sounds can have different meanings which can be seen on the documentation accompanying them or on their websites.