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I have a tecra 8100 laptop that will not boot. When you try and power it up you get absolutely nothing. Sometimes you will get a constant beeping, but it doesn't happen each time. The green indicator light for the power comes on but the hard drive will not spin nor do you get any display such as the POST screen. I can open the DVD drive so I'm sure there is power internally. PLEASE HELP!

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Does the beeping have a pattern? If so, the pattern is a POST beep code; telling us the pattern and the make/version of your BIOS will help us pinpoint the problem.

Did anything out of the ordinary happen to the system just prior to the problem's occurrence.

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Does the beeping have a pattern? If so, the pattern is a POST beep code; telling us the pattern and the make/version of your BIOS will help us pinpoint the problem.

Did anything out of the ordinary happen to the system just prior to the problem's occurrence.

I have exactly the same problem: I get 30 beeps when I turn it off. Please, let me know if you can help.

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Hi arghimat, welcome to TechTalk :)

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