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Is your laptop is having any inbuilt operating system....
if yes then first re-install the OS so that it can get back to original settings...
if no then place a OS cd and install in new partition....
Posted on Apr 24, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: unable to start laptop
I understand the urgency and also the importance of data stored in the laptop.
As the laptop is unable to start in normal mode let us try in safe mode.
Follow the steps below:
1. Turn the laptop off completely.
2. Press the power on button to turn it on and at the same time simultaneously keep tapping ' F8 ' key on key pad until you see a advanced boot options screen.
3. Select 'safe mode' and hit enter.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
SOURCE: Laptop LCD display problem
The backlight is the light bult that illuminates the screen. Before it finally goes out completely it will turn your screen a pink color on startup (and then usually become brighter and the pink fades). It is also possible that the backlight, also called a Cold Cathode Flourescent Light, CCFL, died an immediate death. But usually they take a while and signal with the "PINKNESS" first. If you found that your computer is working just fine connected to an external monitor (and you moved the base of your laptop around while connected to the monitor to be sure and left the computer on for a long time) then you have verified that the screen is the problem. It is usually two things: (1) the inverter, a circuit board that increases the voltage to supply the LCD which eats around 700 volts (yeah baby); or (2) the backlight itself. The first problem is a relatively easy and inexpensive fix. You can find how to replace an inverter by downloading the Hardware Maintenance Manual for the T40, T41, etc., from IBM/Lenovo's site. Replacing the backlight itself, a bulb that is like a strand of speghetti and even more delicate, is a tougher job. I would suggest purchasing a replacement screen in that event rather than replacing the backlight yourself. (The HMM probably does not show you how to replace the backlight/CCFL as it is a potentially dangerous job.) That suggestion assumes you can find a cost-effective replacement screen and do not mind opening the TP and putting the new screen in. At least look at the HMM to see what is involved. Good luck.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
It seems that your window is corrupted ..may be some system file is missing in your computer...the best way to insert Windows CD and try to repair your window..
Posted on May 09, 2009
i have the exact same problem. those solutions cannot help me. i dont have any hardware installed or anything plugged into it besides the power cord. also it doesnt have a cd drive so i cant put that xp cd you were talking about. what else can we do to solve this problem. i cant get past that screen to do any of these solutions. please help
Posted on Feb 14, 2010
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