motherboard problem no ram no beep

Lenovo Ideapad z500 15.6" led notebook -...
December 26, 2016 at 12:37:18
Specs: windows 10, core i7 3612qm
Dear masters
Laptop lenovo z500
No ram no beep which part of my motherboard should i chek
If i change positions of ram runs first time only (win dows10) if i switch off from windows in the first run then second run impossible repeatedly turns on and off(if i restart from windows boots fine i mean runs windows ) again if i change rams then i have access for first time runs (boots)then if switchs off second time no repeatedly turns on/off no display
No problem with rams and slota and cpu works fine
But i think without rams motherboard should beep but my motherboard not beeping please give ideas any of in this case
Thank you

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December 26, 2016 at 17:14:11
Still sounds some kind of heating problem. When you change RAM your system cools off enough to make a run in to windows. In my opinion, check loose coolers/dust build up. Make sure your system has sufficient cooling. I7 CPU produces considerable heat.
Check if BIOS has a temp reading and diagnostic tools

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December 27, 2016 at 01:45:43
Yeah they usually beep with no ram but lenovo, like their predecessor IBM, often does things in odd ways. You need to check its beep codes either in the manual or perhaps online to find out exactly what it does in a 'no ram' situation.

You seem to be having all kinds of problems with that thing, as evidenced by your many threads here. It's probably a good idea to avoid that brand in the future.

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December 27, 2016 at 03:12:19
I think Bios gets high temperature

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December 27, 2016 at 21:20:33
Try staying with one thread:

Your motherboard may not have a built in speaker. If you had a desktop you can get the tiny plug in speaker and then you would get the beep tone but with a laptop you would not have that option. The system speakers would not typically give you these tones and are not accessible to the CMOS/BIOS, it must be a tiny motherboard speaker with very a small current draw.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.

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