Question about IBM ThinkPad T60 Notebook
I was recently given an IBM ThinkPad. When I try to boot it, it gives me the screen that says it was shutdown improperly. It will not boot windows normally, or in safemode... but when I tell it to start with the last known working configuration, I get a blue screen that says that there has been a problem and that it will shut down. It is a long message, but it only stays up for a couple seconds, so I cannot get all of the information. Can anyone suggest something for me to try to get it healthy again?
Some time bootable virous can do this and also say ram /hdd damage , took out hdd and scan in another computer. it can work.2/ re install operating system.
Posted on Oct 18, 2009
Blue screen comes when ram is faulty
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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