Question about IBM NetVista PC Desktop
These beeps are very specific to the actual model of the desktop you have. The NetVista had several model of that name and each one used a different motherboard and as well aa different BIOS vendor. In most of the research for this it is evident that either the processor is failing or the motherboard itself has had a failure.
Try resetting the system by powering down the system, remove the power cord from the back of the computer tower, now push the power button to "bleed" off any residual power in the systems capacitors. Now replace the power cord and power the system back up. If you still hear the same boot codes and have no picture, then I would suspect that the failure is with the motherboard. It is very hard to kill a processor if it is secure under the heatsink. It is always possible though that the processor overheated because of dirt, hair etc., blocking the flow of air through the heatsink.
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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