Question about IBM ThinkPad T23 2647 Notebook
My IBM T23 when switched on behaves as if it has come on, all the caps lock and all show but after that nada. All that is left is a blank screen no booting nothing. I have changed the RAM up to 5 times as previously adviced. My question is, I think the problem is not the RAM, that means should I buy another processor or is there a way to reset the IBM thinkpad BIOS?
Can you access the bios? If you are able to get a bios screen, the problem is not the processor unless it's overheating really fast. See if the vent for the fan is clogged with dust/hair/etc. Also, the memory is a possibility. Instead of swapping it out tho, just put pressure on it in such a way that it's pushed down on the motherboard. These ram slots are known problems. Try it, you may be surprised. Good luck
Posted on Oct 09, 2007
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