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    getting beeps 5 times on start up with Dell inspiron N5110.

    I am using Dell inspiron N5110. When I start my laptop today it starts with 5 beeps for 5 times.
    Can anyone explain these beeps? What is the meaning of 5 beeps? I am not able to figure out a way. Can you please tell me how did you solve the problem? Please help me to solve this problem.

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    re: getting beeps 5 times on start up with Dell inspiron N5110.

    I am having same problem with my Dell inspiron N5110 from six months everything was fine but now i have one problem with my inspion N5110. When I boot my laptop my laptop starts with 5 time beeps.this is very irritating I heard this beeps have special meaning. What is the meaning of 5 beeps in a row for 5 times one after another?Can anyone explain these beeps?

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    re: getting beeps 5 times on start up with Dell inspiron N5110.

    Your Dell inspiron N5110 start up with 5 beeps its indicates that your Complementary metal–oxide–semiconductor (CMOS) battery failure.
    Change the coin cell battery of cmos. Then start your Dell inspiron N5110 will start normally. My laptop also gone through this problem I search internet for the solution and get this solution. this solution work for me. when i replace CMOS battery the beeps are gone now my laptop starts normally.

    :- Aalap

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    re: getting beeps 5 times on start up with Dell inspiron N5110.

    Hey, it’s working. Your solution solved my problem.
    I change cell battery of CMOS. Now my Dell inspiron N5110 start normally as before.
    Thank you very much for helping me.

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    Re: getting beeps 5 times on start up with Dell inspiron N5110.

    luckbuss and doshti

    what did the dell technical support team tell you ? and did you have any history of accidental fall of the laptop ?

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    Re: getting beeps 5 times on start up with Dell inspiron N5110.

    Quote Originally Posted by aneesov View Post
    what did the dell technical support team tell you ? and did you have any history of accidental fall of the laptop ?
    Beeping sound means that either it is a ram fault or maybe the cmos battery needs to be changed. So first of all have you tried to insert a new Cmos battery and then checked if the problem of beeping is getting solved or not. If that doesnt work then you can try to test the ram stick one at a time at memtest website and see if that is the cause of the problem.
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    Re: getting beeps 5 times on start up with Dell inspiron N5110.

    hey try this you will be amazed you have to delete the flea power
    1 turn off and take battery out
    2 press the power button for 5 seconds (w/o the battery)
    3 put the battery in and boot ill be normal

    it happened to me because my dell inspiron fell from approx 4 ft just because of my hand but now my laptop is good as new yes its true

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