Question about IBM ThinkPad T20 2647 Notebook
According to the support website, it could either a memory (DIMM) or motherboard (System board) problem. See beep codes and what them mean here: http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/MIGR-46018.html
First thing to do would be to remove the memory and put it back in (called 'reseating') to make sure there is a firm connection to the motherboard. Find out how to do this for your particular model here: Click here. If you have two memory modules installed and the remove/reseating action did not stop the beeping, try removing just one and attempt to boot the system.
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