Question about IBM ThinkPad T60 Notebook
I have an IBM T60 Centenial DUO laptop. It will not boot up. I have gone to the ThinkAdvantage site it says my LPT1 port is not working. I have tried to disable the port from the BIOS but am unable to do so.
It is fixable?
Hi looking at your description it seems more like a drive error as a opposed to lpt1 problem, I've never known a lpt1 port to stop boot.
Sata drives are notorious for bad connections, could it be that the connections to your drive have worked loose?
I hope this helps, if not please let me know thanks.
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