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I have levovo Thinkcenter MT-T 8808-Y8V. When I switch the power On, CPU fans start with very high speed and continue till the power on. No display and No error beep. I also want toknow that where is

When I switch the power On, CPU fan starts with very high speed and continue till the power on. No display and No error beep. I also want to know that where is BIOS chip lies on this motherboard

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SOURCE: Powers on-indicator lights light up, motherboard fan runs, but do

try reseating the dimm ..
I don't see a listing in the manual for 5 beeps as you describe

Posted on Jan 08, 2009

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SOURCE: Whenever I start up my Lenovo T60 it beeps twice

Generally all laptops cooling system start their fan for a second just after power on. So, if you don't notice this, it may be broken or jammed. If this is the case, you need to take apart it and inspect the fan while booting the machine. Removing the keyboard would let you see the fan. Perhaps you can check if its power cord is attached correctly. And about the error message, the BIOS is reporting this malfunction and won't load to operating system.
Thanks

Posted on Jan 28, 2011

elix0411
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SOURCE: I press the power button, CPU fan comes on for a

Welcome to Fixya

Sound like LCD problem. Try to drain the electorstatic charge of the board for this sometimes the cause of no display while computer is turned on. I wrote a tip on how to do this. Please click here.
If this will not work then you have a bad LCD there and needs to be repaired.

Please let me know if you have further questions.

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Posted on Feb 26, 2011

jntala
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SOURCE: Beeping sound

I take out the ram and proceser but still beeping

Posted on May 10, 2013

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SOURCE: computer will not power up the power light just keeps flashing

Probably power supply, but you can try a different display monitor, try unplugging the hard drive. You need to see your PC go to the BIOS boot screen to do further testing.

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