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Driver issue I have IBM Thinkpad t42 lap and i lost the cd for hardware driver I tried to download but i could't, p/z if you can download and send for me in this E-mail address type 2373-4TG

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All the drivers are located here
http://www.ibm.com/products/finder/us/finders?pg=ddfinder&Ntt=2373-4TG&lc=en&sid=119994741228895088196&tmpl=%2Fproducts%2Ffinder%2Fus%2Fen%2Ffinders&Ntk=text_gensearch&cm_re=other-_-suprcn-_-download&N=1000363&collectionN=0&cc=us&finderN=1000188&

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Frozen cursor


This happened to me once. and it was so frustrating.
Here's how I fixed mine (don't forget to set a restore point in case something goes wrong?): using your keyboards arrow keys, tab keys, hot keys, etc. to navigate your system.


REBOOT in SAFE MODE.Press F8 when it boots.
-- Go to START > SETTTINGS > CONTROL PANEL and open your SYSTEM PROPERTIES. Select the HARDWARE tab and open your DEVICE MANAGER scroll down to MICE AND OTHER POINTING DEVICES and double click on your listed/installed device to open up a PROPERTIES WINDOW on this device.
Select DRIVER tab. From here you can try several things: You may need to update your drivers, and, at least in XP you can roll back to your previous setting if updates don't help, or, heaven forbid, make matters worse.
OR you can do what finally worked for me. I had to uninstall my mouse drivers then reinstall them.

Try also to visit lenovo (they have the support for your pc) for the latest driver updates:

http://support.lenovo.com/en_US/downloads/default.page?selector=expand

I hope it works for you, good luck

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My ibm thinkpad t41 turns off after sometime when i turn it on...it show cmos checksum bad


Hi:
It is time to change the CMOS Battery Backup, its located inside the unit is the size of an nickle.

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When I power up my T42 thinkpad, the screen is covered in little red squares. Any idea what this is and what I can do to correct it?


This could be one of two things--a bad LCD screen or a driver problem,
Start the computer in safe mode. It should look OK, but not really great resolution. If the squares appear then, try an external monitor. Are the squares on that? If so, it's your video card which just might be part of the motherboard and must be replaced.
If the external monitor is OK, then it's your LCD screen
If the screen looks OK in safe mode (the LCD screen) then your video drivers need updating.

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How to remove a Thinkpad T42 motherboard?


http://download.lenovo.com/ibmdl/pub/pc/pccbbs/mobiles_pdf/39t6192_01.pdf has an illustrated disassembly in it

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IBM thinkpad t42 boot up problem.


The sympton is rather vague, but I suggest the following options, to be followed one by one, until one of them works for you.

1) Boot your system in Safe Mode (if Windows is your OS) by pressing F8 after the usual "beep" provided by the BIOS after it detects all is fine. If it boots up, which takes a little longer than usual, then your system is probably Ok, although it may have a configuration problem.
Reboot the machine from the shut down menu and hopefully it will work Ok. If not, then, depending on whether you have Windows Vista (or better), try:

2) Boot again pressing the F8 key, but this time locate the option that reads something like "Last known good configuration". Highlight it with the arrow keys and press Enter.
If you have System Restore set on your drive(s) your laptop should boot up normally.

3) The last option would be for you to go into your system BIOS and run at least a HD detection test, followed by a memory test, etc., but I would only recommend doing this if you know what you're doing. If not, ask a friend for help.

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Computer turns on and off all by itself.


check out wall power
change the smps
may be software problen unintall and reinstall operating system

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IBM ThinkPad freezes after start up


probabbly hard drive issue,,try booting with a win98 or a dos cd..and run chkdsk/f from a comand promt

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