Windows 10 – Operating system not found – motherboard gone?

Hey ho,
thought that there might be a few Windows experts here - I'm really desperate.
Yesterday I got my laptop - an Acer Aspire 7551 - still normal use, except once a peep came - 1x low long, 1x short high, reiterating. Half a minute later, the screen is then frozen - I got the laptop then to crash.
But if I want to allow the PC to boot up again, I hear the beeping immediately, then see the Acer logo - and then: Operating system not found.
I then looked at these BIOS Error codes tables - my BIOS is Phoenix is ​​because at least - there but I have not found a code that long to 1x - 1x would fit short.
So I have ATI and Akward (hot yet, right?) Looked and I've actually found this Error code:
In both cases, the motherboard was blamed - one of the two it was said that one should check the CPU clock speed - so that the CPU speed is meant? BIOS 2.10 GHz is displayed - that's correct.

Is now broken my motherboard?
Or you have an idea what I should do?


You can rely on default the bios?


Tries. When I press F9 pops the confirmation menu on - but after I had confirmed nothing happens. Or is this normal and should I then yet to confirm the changes?

edit:
PXE-E61: Media test failure, check cable
PXE-MOF: Exiting Broadcom PXE ROM
What does that mean?
Is meant by the cable of the power supply?


Take the hard drive out times. What happens then?
Put another one. What happens then?
Take out the memory. What happens then? If there are two blocks, try both alone.

However, my crystal ball says it sounds afterwards that on the mainboard something is broken in the chain to the hard disk controller, and thus, only one exchange of the motherboard can help.


... a look here ;)

http://www.biosflash.com/bios-pieptoene.htm


Aries

Take the hard drive out times. What happens then?
Put another one. What happens then?
Take out the memory. What happens then? If there are two blocks, try both alone.

Uaargh of PC hardware I have no idea: /
I would have only an external hard drive.


Ronny D.

... a look here ;)

http://www.biosflash.com/bios-pieptoene.htm

Have already after the BIOS error codes watched,
so yes, the assumption that the motherboard is gone: /


Perhaps would be worth a try's to boot from DVD and possibly perform a repair installation. Win 10 DVD's you can burn yourself, instructions can be found with Google, provided one is still a working system to create the DVD.
Perhaps but really what is gone to the hardware. That is hard to say. Plate would still be possible and cheaper than the motherboard. Backup provided.


The beeping is long before Windows is active. This is definitely a hardware problem. Either loose contacts or the happy hunting grounds.


Windows DVD in and setup start if nothing happens then is that thing over, repair is not worth viable motherboards are available in the bay from 100 Euro and then the installation costs if you can not do it themselves.


What the Pipser means has been posted!
Why try something that is already veruteilt from the outset to failure? This is rumpfuschen.


If I had to rebuild Windows, any data would be killed on the hard drive but automatically, right?


You do not have to install the same windows new, you can do it with a
live cd zb.linux or try paragon while, wenns überhaubt work, secure your data.


Hmm, by the beeping is clear in the end that the motherboard is over, right?
What options do I have now, my data to back up?
If all data is erased if I let replace the motherboard?


Why, the data on the hard drive.


Okay, and what are my options yet to secure the data, despite a broken motherboard?


hang the hard drive to another PC


Removing the hard disk, plug in an external enclosure. The infected via USB or eSATA to another PC. umkopieren data.

If you know which side you touch a screwdriver, you can make the conversion.


@Aries:
It would, after all, see if the computer can boot from DVD, so the error only affects the plate. It is also carried out in a few minutes a try.
But as written, it would be just an attempt to ...


Michael K.

It would, after all, see if the computer can boot from DVD, so the error only affects the plate.

What does the beep code?
He did not get to the boats. Neither DVD nor HDD or something else. Believe me!