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Help with Computer Beeping Continuosly on start up

Discussion in 'PC hardware help' started by chris.forward23, Jul 30, 2013.

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    chris.forward23 Newbie

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    This issue only started yesterday afternoon whilst I was browsing the Internet and all of a sudden my touchpad just went mad and started moving around without me touching it and when I wanted to touch it, the mouse wouldn't move anywhere so I restated the computer and straight away after the boot screen but before windows is loading sign the laptop just started beeping very load and continuously until windows 8 completely boots up to password screen and then the sound stops but the problem with the mouse is still occurring and is acting all weird.
    Please contact me if you require further information, Thank You for any and all help received!

    I have a 2 year old Acer Aspire 5750, 4GB Ram. 500GB Hard Drive, running both Windows 7 & 8 with duel boot and running with the intel core i3-2310m Processor.

    Christopher Thomas
     
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    ddp Moderator Staff Member

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    does it happen in win7 also? try a system restore to before the problem.
     
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    chris.forward23 Newbie

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    Yes it does also do this on windows 7 & Windows 8, also I haven't long ago completely reset my computer and both versions of Windows.
     
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    i don't mean system recovery but system restore as somewhat 2 different things. look in system tools under accessories & you'll find system restore.
     

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