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IBM Computers &... | Answered on Jul 18, 2017

If it is available and designed to work in your system, yes.

IBM Computers &... | Answered on Jun 28, 2017

The simplest way is to use a usb flash drive or an external drive. Simply plug it into the tablet and open it once the computer recognizes it. Create a folder on the USB Flash or External and call it TabletPics for example. Then go to where the pictures on the tablet (probably in my documents or my pictures). You can copy the one picture from the tablet by highlighting it then right clicking on it and select copy or you can select Edit then copy at the top of the window where the pictures are. Then go to the usb flash drive or external drive and paste them by selecting Edit Paste or by right clicking anywhere within the Folder we created called TabletPics and select Past.. If you have a lot of pictures you want to copy you can try clicking on the first one you want to highlight it then go down to the last one you want and press the Shift Key and hold it while you Click on the last picture you want. It will highlight every thing you selected then you can copy them as we did before with the one picture and go paste them on the usb Flash Drive or External Drive in the Folder we created called Tablet Pics.

When you are done copying the pictures to the usb flash drive or external drive from the tablet, remove it and go plug it into the computer you want to put them on. It's the same process you will be copying pictures from folder TabletPics on the usb or external to a folder on the computer. Actually you can just copy the whole tabletpics folder by clicking on it and then Paste the whole folder on to the computer in the My Pictures folder.

IBM Computers &... | Answered on May 15, 2017

It could be the battery or the power converter in the computer.
But after a closer reading it sounds more like a chipset error.
Does it work if the battery is completely removed and you boot on just the power cable?
On this link you can find the latest drivers for the chipset:

I can also see that it is an older model. You don't mention what version of windows you are running, but if you are running XP or earlier that says something about the age of the thing.
It could be that it is just simply worn out.
Luckily almost all the Thinkpad models are build to last, so you could take it to a shop and have them run a diagnostics on it and replace what ever parts that might be failing.
Just be adviced that the price for the diagnostics would most likely exceed the value of the laptop.
Personally I would get a tech savvy person to get the harddrive out (myself in my case), plug it to a second device with cables as an external drive (can be bought in most wellstocked computer hardware stores) and then do a backup of any essential data.

IBM Computers &... | Answered on Mar 11, 2017

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