Question about Lenovo ThinkPad T410 Notebook
It can not turn on. Push the power on button, wireless light and hard disk light turn on and then off in 1 or 2 seconds, could heard fan or something else noise on and then off too. Nothing else happen. I did not use the laptop for a while, maybe one month, last time everything is ok.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Blank screen upon startup
Try taking out the hard disk, plug in power and see if you have a display on your screen or external monitor. if same thing happen, try taking out the memory card. If you hear a beep sound it's a faulty mem. card, if no beep sound appears I suspected it's a motherboard faulty.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
SOURCE: Lenovo SL500 Thinkpad
1. Take off the the power plug
2. take off the battery
3. press and hold the power button for 10-15 seconds
Now try turning it on, if it still doesn't work, check in your manual how to RAM cover, and take the RAMs out (before you do this repeat stpes 1-3). After the ram is out, try turning it on if you hear sirens , that could be at least some indication that your motherboard is alive. if no sirens --- than you got bad news.
So at least you will now if there is a chance if the motherboard is not dead.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
Keep pressed the power button of your laptop for about 30 seconds, the machine will power down.
--The above step may not be required as already so many days passed by.
Then plug it into the power adapter.
Switch the laptop on.
Boot in "safe mode" (F8 during boot).
This will fix any driver or some operating system issue during previous failed boot process.
Once it boots completely, do a normal shutdown and reboot your laptop in standard mode (no more F8 this time).
Now your laptop will be ready to use.
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
if your sure the screen is not the problem then unfortunatly your looking at a motherboard issue and this proves sort of costly sometimes i know its a real pain but you can have someone repair it for you or simply buy another motherboard and have it installed im sorry but that is all you can do at this point! i hope this helps!
Posted on Dec 22, 2009
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