Question about Lenovo Thinkpad T60 Notebook
Emits series of beeps when powered on despite battery being fully charged. Pulling battery or unplugging and plugging in does not help.
One Long and Three Short Beeps = Video (EGA) Display Circuitry has malfunctioned, meaning the video card has possibly shot!
try this: remove the battery, remove the hard drive, remove anything else connected to the computer, and now for the most important, remove the memory and clean the contacts (memory is crucial to the machine working properly), if you have two clean them both.
After this replace the memory (only 1 if you have 2) plug in AC power only and try to reboot the pc into bios, if you hear no noises, start to put everything back 1 by 1 rebooting the machine every time, if it start to beep you've found the faulty hardware, leave that out, job done :)
keep me informed please
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
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