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IBMThinkpad BIOS Beep Codes:Beeps/ErrorDescription
System board failure Try reseating the RAM module/s and if you still get this bep code then the RAM may be faulty. Remove the RAM module/s and take it to a computer repair shop and ask them to test the RAM for you.
It's the sound produced by motherboard stating that motherboard is not able to detect the RAM,open the laptop and remove the RAM and clean with a white paper slowly and insert it properly.check it solve your problem otherwise if you have another RAM slot available then try that too. if none work replace with a NEW RAM this will solve your problem
The beeps are telling you something is not right. Every beep is different and I'm not 100% on what means what. Most likely something is not inserted right into the motherboard. Go back and check you inserted the ram correctly, if that dosn't work try checking your cables (ide, power, etc.) and your cards (video, sound, etc.) as they might have slipped out of place when inserting the ram. You might even have a bad/faulty part in the motherboard. Check the new ram stick and see if it works without it. These basic troubleshooting steps should help you find the problem. If not it could be the cpu is burnt out.....the way to know this is if you unplug it, the beeps will disapeir or change completely. Maby someone else on FixYa could tell you what the exact beep could be but I'm pretty sure its just something not plugged in right or a faulty part like I had just mentioned. Either way your computer should work fine once the problem is traced and fixed.