How To Fix Continuous Beeping and Laggy Mouse


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Continuous Beeping and Laggy Mouse is the name of the error that contains information about the error, including the reason why it occurred, which system component or application was malfunctioning that caused the error, and other information. The numerical code in the name of the error contains data that can be decoded by the manufacturer of the faulty component or application. An error using this code can occur in many different places in the system. Although the name contains some details, it is still difficult for the user to find and eliminate the cause of the error without specialized technical knowledge or the appropriate software.

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Also the cursor on screen moves in a choppy motion and it won't let you click on anything. I have the most up to date drivers and this has only started happening recently. Every once in a while my computer will start beeping repeatedly from the speakers but only when the mouse is moved.

Have you tried another mouse, a switch may be stuck If the mouse is still there is no beeping. I can still navigate via keyboard, but not mouse. I checked the event viewer and the only thing out of place is the igfx display driver failing and rebooting successfully.

Anybody encounter this before?



What causes Continuous Beeping and Laggy Mouse

If you received this error on your PC, it means that there is a malfunction in your system. Common causes are incorrect or unsuccessful installation or removal of software that could leave invalid entries in the Windows registry, the effects of a virus or malware attack, an incorrect system shutdown due to a power failure, or another factor in which a person with little technical knowledge accidentally deletes the required A system file or registry entry, as well as several other reasons. The immediate cause of "Continuous Beeping and Laggy Mouse" is a failure when one of its normal operations is properly started by a system or application component.

 

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Help. Computer wont boot...just a continuous beeping (beeping included)

Nothing appears on the screen, all I get is a continuous beeping. Here is the beeping:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5rJDJuZV0Lc

Please have a listen and tell me what you think the problem is and possible solutions. Do this reseating with the computer powered down.
 

My computer does not boot up.

I did not download the file but I would make sure that the memory is reseated properly and also all of the other cards like video card is/are also seated properly. Whenever I push the on button, it does not boot.


Continuous beeping when using pc

It will last a few minutes then stop. Itíll be overheating or a voltage out of tolerance from the PSU.Best to check yje temperatures - you can do that in the BIOS by rebooting when thw beeping starts and looking what's out of or close to the limits on fan speeds and temperatures.You could also try a monitoring program - I usually use the free Everest software, which can display temperatures, fan speeds and voltages, except on the latest systems.click here
I dont know whether the problem is to do with the graphics card, cpu memory, over heating, or something else.The graphics card was changed a few months ago because the fan on it was too loud and may have been replaced with one that doesnt have a fan.It has also been very hot recently.Any suggestions on what to do?


My PC has recently started to make a siren noise - the system speakers sound continuous beeping. It happens when playing games and has done this when ive played a video on youtube. If other info is needed i will try get it.


continuous beeping

Took out the the new cd rewriter and replaced the old one, checked all the cables, rebooted but same thing happens.

I`ve installed a new cd rewriter but when i reboot the pc all it does is beep continuously. The screen is totally blank.

Any ideas?
 





continuous beeping(HELP)

HELP ME??
 




i also tried changing out the power supply(DIDN'T WORK)
.CAN SOMEONE PLEASE!

[/QUOTE]OK MY FRIEND'S COMPUTER EVERY TIME HE TURNS IT ON IT BEEPS ABOUT EVERY THREE SECONDS(CONTINUOUSLEY).. NO BOOT+BLACK SCREEN
IVE TRIED TAKING OUT THE MEMORY AND CLEANING IT (DIDN'T WORK)
THEN I TRIED DIFFERENT MEMORY(DIDN'T WORK)
THEN I TRIED ALL THE MEMORY SLOTS WITH HIS MEMORY AND MY MEMORY(DIDN'T WORK)
ALL WE GET IS THAN ANNOYING BEEP!!!!!!...


How can I turn off continuous beeping?

None of the keys are stuck, so I know that the issue is an internal short circuit in the keyboard. Please help. However, there is this never ending beeping sound that I cannot disable.

My built in lenovo keyboard recently stopped working. If the beeping is caused by a faulty keyboard you'll need to get the keyboard replaced.


continuous Beeping Problem



Computer boots up normally giving one beep but after the windows completely loads the beeping problem starts.continuous short beeps and it continuous till i use my PC!!! Is the problem in the BIOS? or due to recent hardware changes.
 





Start Up problem - continuous beeping

I know you said 'endless stream', but if you listen carefully, is there any pause in the sequence (e.g. I understand this suggests a memory or graphics card problem but I have tested the memory (PC133) and graphics card (Elsa Synergy II, AGP card) in a friend’s PC and both appear to be OK. after the 6th, 7th, 8th etc). This will help pinpoint the exact error code."2.Q:What?s the meaning of AMI BIOS Beep Codes?A: The following are AMI BIOS Beep Codes that can occur.Beep Code Descriptions1 short Memory refresh timer error.2 short Parity error.3 short Main memory read / write test error.4 short System timer failure5 short Process error.6 short Keyboard controller BAT test error.7 short General exception error8 short Display memory error.9 short ROM BIOS checksum error10 short CMOS shutdown Read/Write error11 short Cache Memory bad"(From the ASRock web site).


I have basically the same problem with two different PCs.I built a new PC from scratch but when I try to start it all I get is an endless series of single beeps. I had to set the FSB jumper to 100MHz to get this much out of the PC – set at 133 I don’t even get any beeps!My other PC is an older one that worked fine until I tried swapping the PC100 memory it has always used for the PC133 memory from my new PC (to see if the PC133 was working). Nothing appears on the monitor except “No signal”.

Now my old PC won’t start with either memory card – not a single beep...


Continuous beeping since Win 10 update, how can I stop it?

If you need to add additional information or want to post additional questions, please join the site so you can see the reply button and continue the conversation in the same thread you originally made. Beeps from the motherboard indicate faults. More details would help get a better reply...

Please see this link for instructions on how to join Windows Central. Or did you mean something else? continuous beeping noise started after yesterdays win 10 update Desktop box? motherboard beep - Bing Many of them are BIOS or Manufacturer specific.


Laptop won't boot, continuous beeping

I tried removing the power cable and battery and holding the power button down, and I took out the RAM and put it back in again just in case it had magically dislodged itself, and after several attempts the laptop booted up as normal. Then last night the same thing happened again, mouse pad freeze, bios on startup. Pressing the key that brings up the start menu would unfreeze it, as would switching off the pad and switching it on again. I'm using Acer Aspire 5742, Intel Core i5-450M, 4gb DDR3 ram, Windows 7
 

I had to hold down the power button to get it to stop. It worked perfectly for weeks. This laptop is around 4 years old so it's pretty ancient and it gets a lot of use with graphics and videos, so I'm thinking it's probably just knackered. After a few minutes it would freeze up again (but the system was still running, music was still playing etc).

The first time this happened I tried rebooting the laptop, which is when the bios screen popped up and started screaming at me (continuous beeping, beeps all the same length). Except this time no amount of poking around is making it boot. But since reseating the RAM worked the first time I'm wondering whether upgrading the RAM to 8gb would help? Or could it be the graphics card that's dying?

Does anyone know what the problem could be?

A few weeks ago the mouse pad on my laptop froze.


system gives continuous beeping sound!

Does this symptom occur in any other circumstance than virus scanning???
 

Just to be safe I am going to back up my data now.
 




There are several possibilities on the top of my head, but most are highly improbable. When scanning my system for viruses using either Norton Antivirus 2004 or Trend Micro's online Housecall, the hard drive will suddenly stop scanning and the desktop tower's speaker will start to beep.


Currently running Win2K Pro with Service Pack 4 on Abit TH7-II motherboard, Pentium 4 1.7 GHz, 512MB RDRAM and Maxtor Diamondmax Plus 9 80GB hard drive.

I don't quite know how to describe the beep so please forgive me. The Motherboard's boot virus protection or some other protection scheme is going apea and freezing the system.
3. The most logical ones include, though:

1.

Hardware resource conflict. As in it is not "beep beep beep..." but more like "ee or ee or..."

Would users please advice me on what might be the problem? A bad driver for the MB/HD sending improper instructions.
4. The HD is going bad.
2.

The beeping is just two tones, kinda like an ambulence or police siren. Does your system totally freeze when this occurs?


Continuous post beeping after PSU replacement

Windows will not load into or beyond login

Now I have replaced the video card with this one. I found it weird that it blew up at the same time I replaced the video card. I have tried to search Google and my documentation for an explanation of the beeps with no luck.

I don't know what to do now, everything has been plugged back in exactly as it was before. if so try replacing it and let us no what happens.

So first I had this problem which I think I may have solved. do you still have the old video card ?

Newegg.com - SAPPHIRE 100292DDR3L Radeon HD 5450 1GB 64-bit DDR3 PCI Express 2.1 x16 HDCP Ready Low Profile Ready Video Card

After replacing the video card the computer was non-responsive, after testing the PSU I found out it had gone bad. Newegg.com - Rosewill Stallion Series RD450-2-SB 450W ATX V2.2 Power Supply

Now with all of this having been done when I try to start the computer I get 17 post beeps. scrooge

Any help is appreciated.

I did take the proper precautions with an anti-static wrist band while doing both jobs. This is what I replaced the original PSU with.


continuous beeping sony vaio

should be pcg 7113m and i have also changed the ram just in case..cheers

i have tried it loads of times hitting f12, f8 all different keys at start up but once and only once by pressing the f12 i managed to get it to boot but that hasnt happened for ages. when it starts with the beeping it shows the name of something on the screen,not sony or anything, but i cant get it into bios or any advanced menu. somebody did tell me it beeps like that when theres no keyboard attached but i checked that and it was ok.


Continuous beeping after playing music

Please help! It doesn't happen every time but when it does, it doesn't stop until I play music again.

I have a windows 8 laptop - Fujitsu LIFEBOOK A Series - and just recently it has started making a piercing beeping noise after i click pause on any audio of any kind.


Motherboard has continuous rapid beeping



I have two identical Gigabyte GA-X79-UD3 motherboards, and two Intel i7 3930K CPUs. This happens with or without a video card present, or any DIMMs, so I have eliminated those as the cause. Nothing else was added. Admittedly this is my first foray into UEFI but I can't even get that far.

The power supply is a Corsair 650w. I think its safe to assume that nothing I tried is faulty, which means either I am missing something, or the Scythe is the culprit.
 

Upon my initial build, there was no POST and just continuous rapid beeping, which apparently means either a motherboard problem or a CPU problem.

I hooked up the second motherboard and the CPU outside of the case, on cardboard, and yet the exact same problem occurred. I have built over 100 PCs and yet this one has me completely puzzled. However, it did feel tight on the boards, although I had to use the 4 supplied nuts which the included fitting illustration for the LGA 2011 omitted. The only constant is the Scythe Shuriken 2B heatsink and fan, of which I only have one and its a real pain to fit!


Continuous beeping while coming on(laptop)

Check all the keys and clean the keyboard. Or use KeyBoard Test to find what key is causing the problem: http://www.passmark.com/products/keytest.htm
 

but no key does like its pressed down when am on microsoft word or any other application that can allow for typing..summarily its ok as soon as it starts up, but the continuous beeping before it starts up is really annoying, can anyone help.
 



You have a stuck key or a faulty keyboard.


Continuous Beeping Sound on Boot Up

please help me. :( thats all the details i can give you guys. i think the boot beeping sound will last for 10 to 15 seconds. :(
there's one more problem, my space bar goes hitting on its own you cant type normally so i need to log off and log in again. I dont know what the beeping sound means.

i ran a memory diagnostic tool and no memory problems had been found. what could be the problem.


Continuous post beeping after PSU replacement

Windows will not load into or beyond login

Now I have replaced the video card with this one. scrooge

if so try replacing it and let us no what happens. I did take the proper precautions with an anti-static wrist band while doing both jobs.

I don't know what to do now, everything has been plugged back in exactly as it was before. Any help is appreciated. I found it weird that it blew up at the same time I replaced the video card. This is what I replaced the original PSU with.



So first I had this problem which I think I may have solved. Newegg.com - SAPPHIRE 100292DDR3L Radeon HD 5450 1GB 64-bit DDR3 PCI Express 2.1 x16 HDCP Ready Low Profile Ready Video Card

After replacing the video card the computer was non-responsive, after testing the PSU I found out it had gone bad. I have tried to search Google and my documentation for an explanation of the beeps with no luck.

Newegg.com - Rosewill Stallion Series RD450-2-SB 450W ATX V2.2 Power Supply

Now with all of this having been done when I try to start the computer I get 17 post beeps. do you still have the old video card ?


Continuous Beeping Sound And Keyboard Not working

I never had this problem before today. Either there is an electrical short in the keyboard or one of the keys is stuck. Then I restarted my laptop only to come across a continuous beeping sound at the start-up screen, and when it finally rebooted I got to where I type in my password but the keyboard is no longer working. How Do I fix this issue?

If all of them feel ok, you probably have an internal short in the keyboard and it will need to be replaced.If the cursor is in the password box and nothing is happening, I would lean more towards an internal short, if a key was stuck, it would most likely start auto typing a character in the box.message edited by THX 1138 If you do find a stuck one, tap on it for a while and see if it loosens up. Well I was typing on my laptop which is a Sony Vaio VGN-N320E and the acted as if they were stuck.

Try tapping on each key and feel for one that might be stuck. This would explain both the continuous beeping and keyboard not working.


HP Pavilion dv7-6135dx continuous beeping during startup

Boot time is also very long, much longer than usual. I'm going to college this summer and taking two internet courses on top of two paper-heavy lecture courses. I need this laptop in running condition for those school needs. Another issue that only happened once and was fixed with a restart, the mouse quit responding and whatever webpage I was on would scroll to the bottom and stay there despite efforts to scroll back up.

The machine has also been running hot when it's doing nothing at all program-wise, as in when I first boot it up and let it sit there, it almost burns me to have it in my lap. you may have to open it up and renew the thermal paste on the CPU and Graphics chips to assist in temperature control, also try removing one of the Ram sticks to see if that helps. The beeping usually signals a hardware issue.

Thank you in advance. It drives me crazy almost when it starts up, that beeping is horrible and non-stop. The long boot time could also be a signal the hard drive is about to fail.

I have an HP Pavilion dv7-6135dx running:
windows 7 service pack 1
Home Premium 64 bit
i5-2410m 2.3GHz
8 GB Ram

My issue is that the computer has suddenly started beeping continuously while it boots.

Any help or suggestions would be much appreciated! You will have to run some diagnostics on the drive, and ram.


Help Needed...Continuous beeping sound on start-up

Tested on another PC! When I turn the computer on it makes a continuous beeping sound and stops on the post screen. Also when i unplug the keyboard i still get the same bleeping sound.
 

I also get an error message on the post screen saying ?Keyboard error?.

Can someone please help with this matter, Thank you?Mark
 




Oh and the keyboard is working ok.



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