Laptop getting crashed frequently and make beep sounds

JoshMiller1990

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Hello friends,

I have Dell Inspiron 7520(15R SE) Laptop which I bought 2 years ago.It never had any problem before.

But for last few days the laptop crashes frequently.7 out of 10 times it dies immediately after pushing power button.Sometimes it makes continues 7 beep sound.

Sometimes it works perfectly without any problem but sometime it gets many attempts to make it to Windows Login screen.

I want to mention these 2 things too:-
1)I tried the method of removing battery then press and hold power button for 30 seconds without connecting AC Adapter and after it connect AC Adapter and then I start it.It failed too.

2)My BIOS is latest and all other drivers are latest.I upgraded them few months ago.

Thank you.
 

JoshMiller1990

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Okay I will do that and let you know the result after it.But is there any specific reason behind doing this ?
 

Im Spartacus

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7 beeps is not a good sign Its know as the 7 beeps of death.
it's thought to be the bad solder contact around the motherboard area, GPU or CPU? some folk have got their laptop to boot again doing this. Well the idea is try this method first the solder will heat up and flow making contact.

(Not recommended due to fire risk) Others have wrapped their laptops in towels circulating hot air to get it even hotter, do so at your own risk be near a Co2 extinguisher for laptop and water for blanket if so.
Then others take the laptops apart and use a heat gun on the GPU it's called reflow.If the first option works then it may happen again and is temporary fix you then need to think about replacing your laptop board.
Then some have stuck their motherboard in an oven I had a mate who tried it and it worked but then it was a last resort. So try it in a nice warm to hot room first so its circulating hot air for a while try 15 minutes first then increase it a bit longer. If you don't believe me Google re-flowing CPU and GPU on motherboards,
 

JoshMiller1990

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That is super different reason than I thought.It's very interesting to know that.I want to try this and I'm looking videos on YouTube.I will try this as last option.
 

Im Spartacus

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Your's boots sometimes so is not as bad as those that refuse so I would say go for the leaving it for sometime beeping to warm up could help but if it's the GPU you could always think about getting it reballed. Reballing GPU another thing to look up if you've not seen it already. I believe your CPU is not soldered on board so won't be that if it's changeable.
 
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