Lenovo beep codes 3 1

Lenovo beep codes 3 1 DEFAULT

Error Codes and Beep Codes

Error codeError descriptionPossible meanings N/ADevice address conflict.
  • dead RTC battery
  • incorrectly configured device addresses
N/AAllocation error for device.
  • dead RTC battery
  • incorrectly configured device addresses
N/AFailing bits: xxxx.
  • loose or damaged RAM slot
  • malfunctioning or dead RAM module
N/AInvalid system configuration data.
  • loose or damaged RAM slot
  • malfunctioning or dead RAM module
N/AI/O device IRQ conflict.
  • dead RTC battery
  • incorrectly configured IRQ assignments
N/AHibernation error.
  • a crappy software driver does not support hibernation
  • the hibernation file was not resized when the RAM capacity was changed
N/AFan error.
  • disconnected cooling fan
  • loose or damaged cooling fan cable
  • malfunctioning or dead cooling fan
N/AThermal sensing error.
  • the thermal sensor in the processor is not detected
  • overheating processor
N/ACannot boot from any device.
  • no valid bootloader has been detected on the selected boot device
N/AThe battery installed is not supported by this system and will not charge.
Please replace the battery with the correct Lenovo battery for this system.
Press the ESC key to continue.
  • the battery pack does not have the appropriate controller to perform a successful handshake with the embedded controller
  • faulty battery controller or battery pack
N/AThis system does not support batteries that are not genuine Lenovo-made or authorized.
The system will continue to boot, but may not charge unauthorized batteries.
  • a bootleg third-party battery is detected in the system
0001Reset error (platform reset not de-asserted)
  • the emergency reset button is supposed to be activated, but it isn't
  • malfunctioning or damaged platform controller
0002Internal bus error
  • malfunctioning or damaged socket-on-chip package
  • malfunctioning or damaged platform controller
0175Bad CRC1, stop POST task. The EEPROM checksum is not correct.
  • corrupted or damaged EEPROM chip
0176System Security. The system has been tampered with.0177Bad SVP data, stop POST task.
  • corrupted or damaged EEPROM chip
0182Bad CRC2. Enter BIOS Setup and load Setup Defaults.0183Bad CRC of Security Settings in EFI Variable. Enter the ThinkPad Setup program.
The checksum of the Security settings in the EFI Variable is not correct.
  • dead RTC battery
  • corrupted or damaged EEPROM chip
0185Bad startup sequence settings. Enter BIOS Setup and load setup defaults.
  • incorrect boot order set
  • dead RTC battery
0187EAIA data access error. The access to EEPROM has failed.0188Invalid RFID serialization information area or bad CRC2. The EEPROM checksum is not correct.
  • corrupted or damaged EEPROM chip
  • malfunctioning ADP3421 voltage regulator, related to the blink of death
0189Invalid RFID configuration information area. The EEPROM checksum is not correct.
  • corrupted or damaged EEPROM chip
0190Critical low battery error.0191System Security. Invalid Remote Change requested.
  • dead RTC battery
  • corrupted or damaged embedded security subsystem chip
0192System Security. Embedded Security hardware tamper detected.
  • loose, corrupted, or damaged embedded security subsystem chip
0195Security hardware tamper detected
  • loose, corrupted, or damaged embedded security subsystem chip
0196Security hardware removed
  • loose or dead embedded security subsystem chip
0197Invalid Remote change requested
  • remote configuration of the embedded security chip was unsuccessful
0199System Security. Security password retry count exceeded.
  • too many unsuccessful password attempts were made
01C8More than one modem devices are found. Remove one of them. Press ESC to continue.
  • self-explanatory, two modem DSPs are in the system
01C9More than one Ethernet devices are found. Remove one of them. Press the Esc key to continue.
  • self-explanatory, two ethernet controllers are in the system
01CAMore than one Wireless LAN devices are found. Remove one of them.
  • self-explanatory, two WLAN controllers are in the system
0200Hard drive error. The hard drive is not working.
  • malfunctioning or dead hard disk drive
0210Stuck Key xx
  • foreign particles trapped in key mechanism
  • malfunctioning keyboard
0220Monitor type error. Monitor type does not match the one specified in CMOS.
  • self-explanatory, change the monitor type to CRT or LCD
    ...depending on the connected monitor
0230Shadow RAM error. The shadow RAM failure at offset xxxx.
  • malfunctioning or dead RAM module
  • corrupted or damaged BIOS chip
0231System RAM error. System RAM failure at offset xxxx.
  • malfunctioning or dead RAM module
0232Extended RAM error. Extended RAM failure at offset xxxx.
  • malfunctioning or dead RAM module
0250System battery error. System battery is dead.0251System CMOS checksum bad. Default configuration used.0252Password checksum bad. The password is cleared.
  • corrupted or damaged EEPROM chip
0260System timer error0270Real time clock error0271Date and time error. Neither the date nor the time is set in the computer.
  • incorrect or absurd date and time settings
  • dead RTC battery
0280Previous boot incomplete. Default configuration used.
  • nearly drained RTC battery
  • malfunctioning RAM module
0281General embedded controller error.
  • unsupported embedded controller firmware flashed
  • malfunctioning or dead embedded controller
0282Memory module error
  • malfunctioning or dead RAM module
0283PCI resource error
  • malfunctioning PCI device or unintentional PCI address overlap
0284TCG-compliant functionality-related error (might be the BIOS code validation failure)
  • malfunctioning or corrupted EEPROM chip
  • malfunctioning or corrupted BIOS chip
02850285: TCG-compliant functionality-related error (might be the TPM initialization failure)
  • malfunctioning or corrupted TPM controller
0286Integrated graphics error
  • malfunctioning or unsupported GPU
0287Discrete graphics error
  • unsupported MXM GPU installed
  • malfunctioning or unsupported GPU
0288Computer display error
  • loose or damaged display cable
  • incorrect display cable installed (e.g. connecting a 1-lane eDP cable to a 4K panel)
02B2Incorrect drive A type
  • malfunctioning floppy disk drive
  • loose or damaged floppy disk drive cable
  • loose or damaged port connected to the floppy disk drive
02D0System cache error
  • malfunctioning cache SRAM in processor
02F0CPU ID:xx Failed
  • unsupported or loose processor
  • one of the cores in the processor is malfunctioning
02F4EISA CMOS not writable
  • corrupted or damaged EEPROM chip
  • dead RTC battery
  • malfunctioning or dead southbridge
02F5DIMM test failure
  • loose or damaged RAM slot
  • malfunctioning or dead RAM module
02F6Software NMI failure
  • loose or damaged RAM slot
  • malfunctioning or dead RAM module
02F7Fail-safe timer NMI failure
  • loose or damaged RAM slot
  • malfunctioning or dead RAM module
1801Attached docking station is not supported
  • the docking station has a feature that isn't supported by the system
1802Unauthorized network card is plugged in. Power off and remove the Mini PCI network card.
  • installed WLAN card is not in the BIOS' whitelist
1803Unauthorized daughter card is plugged in. Power off and remove the daughter card.
  • installed modem daughter card is not in the BIOS' whitelist
1804Unauthorized WAN card is plugged in. Power off and remove the WAN card.
  • installed WWAN card is not in the BIOS' whitelist
1805Unauthorized Wireless USB card is plugged in—Power off and remove the Wireless USB card.
  • installed WUSB card is not in the BIOS' whitelist
1810Hard drive partition layout error
  • the Pre-Desktop Area partition is corrupt
1820More than one external fingerprint reader is attached.
Power off and remove all but the reader that you set up within your main operating system.
  • self-explanatory, two fingerprint readers are in the system
1830Invalid memory configuration - Power off and install a memory module to Slot-0 or the lower slot.
  • only one RAM module is installed, and it's installed in the 2nd RAM slot (incorrect)
  • loose or damaged RAM slot
2000Hard Drive Active Protection sensor diagnostics failed. Press ESC to continue. Press F1 to enter SETUP.
  • excessive shock was applied to the accelerometer, re-run diagnostics to fix it
2010Warning: Your internal hard drive (HD) may not function correctly on this system.
Ensure that your HD is supported on this system and that the latest HD firmware is installed.
  • hard disk drive does not support head parking
2100Initialization error on HDD0 (Main hard drive)
  • malfunctioning or loose connection to hard disk drive
2101Detection error on Main HDD (HDD0)
  • malfunctioning or loose connection to solid state drive
2102Initialization error on HDD1 (Ultrabay hard drive)
  • malfunctioning or loose connection to hard disk drive
2110Read error on HDD0 (Main hard drive)
  • malfunctioning hard disk drive
2111Read error on M.2 Main Slot (HDD0)
  • malfunctioning solid state drive
2112Read error on HDD1 (Ultrabay hard drive)
  • malfunctioning hard disk drive
2200Machine Type and Serial Number are invalid.
  • a new motherboard has been installed but it doesn't have a valid machine type and serial number
    set them by using the thinkpad hardware maintenance diskette
2201Machine UUID is invalid
  • a new motherboard has been installed but it doesn't have a valid machine type and serial number
    set them by using the thinkpad hardware maintenance diskette
2202Brand Name is invalid.
  • corrupted EEPROM chip
  • corrupted BIOS chip
2203System configuration is invalid.
  • corrupted EEPROM chip
  • corrupted BIOS chip
2204System configuration data is invalid.
  • corrupted EEPROM chip
  • corrupted BIOS chip
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I've recently purchased 5 Lenovo M700 desktop PC's, so I tried upgrading the RAM's on one of the PC's I removed one or the RAMs from the other PC and slotted it into the other one so when I booted up there was 3 beeps and one long beep sound and there is also no display on the screen. I tried putting the RAM back to the other PC and that too is having issue.

Don't know what to do now.?? 


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-Corbin-

Thai Pepper

OP

That beep code is a problem with the memory dimms.  I would guess they probably aren't pressed in far enough. Set them at a 45 degree angle and then when pressed in tightly they push down flat.  Those Lenovo M series are a pain because you have to remove the hard drives to get to the memory slots.

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-Corbin-

Thai Pepper

OP

Found a vid which shows better then i explained:

https://youtu.be/WdPsEHLBmkc?t=1m5s

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RoguePacket

Mace

OP

Brian1990 wrote:

....Don't know what to do now.?? 
Better case, they are not seated as well can they could be.  Related, could have introduced a mismatch if there was already a RAM module there.

Worse case, RAM got damaged in the moved.  Unfortunate, but happens.

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Antonio1984

Thai Pepper

OP

Do they repeat (like ...-,...-,...-)? If not, it could be a graphics card issue. That, if it's integrated, could be because of faulty RAM modules.

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Michael7140hz

Cayenne

OP

Hmm, sounded like RAM like -Corbin- said, but perhaps this chart might help: https://support.lenovo.com/us/en/solutions/ht062270

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Brian1990

Sonora

OP

HI all thanks was shocked to find the ram was faulty even though these PC's were straight out of the box but thanks really appreciate the feed back

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