Question about IBM ThinkPad T20 2647 Notebook
I know this sounds lame. But have you checked the date and time settings? I had a laptop that was always 3 hours behind, the simple fix after trying a bunch of things was making sure that the time was set for my area ie: eastern standard time.
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Posted on Feb 02, 2009
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Well, the fan is either unplugged from it's socket, froze up, or completely clogged with dust, etc and is giving the bios reason to shut down.
Also tho, tell me, does the time and date keep needing to be reset?
Could be a cmos battery. Some of the older thinkpads were like that, although my T30 has never shown this problem.
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