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Lenovo s10 making loud beeping noise while booting

Everytime I power on my Lenovo S10 note book it make a loud beeping noise which plays for good 1-2 minutes. Earlier we thought its the delete key which is stuck as all my data started deleting the moment the my notebook was booted. Does this sound familiar to anyone? is there a fix for this?

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SOURCE: lenovo s10 able to boot up but no display on screen

i have the same problem, but was able to solve it by taking out the battery and use the ac adapter only. i think s10-2 has some kind of sleep/wake up problem thats related to the battery.

Posted on Mar 07, 2010

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try to do this:
- remove the battery and charger (everything connected to the pc) then press the power button for 1 minute.. - plug back in the charger - after few secs try to turn it on

or if beep persist try to reseat your pc memory ( make sure you know how to do it or you can try to look on local tech in your place)
if problem still persist you can contact Lenovo tech support on this number 877-453-6686
hope this helps :D

Posted on Apr 05, 2011

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