Question about IBM ThinkPad T40 2373 Notebook
I HAVE A IBM T41 LAPTOP WILL NOT START UP SOMETIMES AND MOST TIMES ITS OK AND AFTER A WHILE WHEN USING IT FREEZES UP
problems will be with:-
1:- installed memory ( not enough or damaged memory module ) RAM
2:- The Processor ( CPU ) Is Overheating.
3:- Hard-Drive. The unit may have bad or defective sectors.
4:- Computer Virus Or Similar.
Solution:- remove 1 memory module from the computer ( located on the underside computer ) boot the computer. see if this helps. try changing memory between the 2 allocated slots.
Check the CPU Fan, is not clocked with dust/debris. ( Can be accessed by removing 2 screws on the underside or the laptop ) Marked with >> or similar. remove the fan, 3 small screws and brush with a soft dry paint brush or similar, remove any dust from fan and check for blockages.
run a scandisk or hard-drive checking program, to test hard-disk unit et,c.
following these steps, should solve your problems.
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Posted on Nov 22, 2008
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