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when it is not loading,the problem is with the operating system or may be the hard disk.install the new operating system software or repair the old one.if it loads,there is no problem with hard disk.if the hard disk does not allow you to install os then check with your hard disk.
The Thinkpad T20 is a laptop computer from IBM designed for business use. This computer comes with the Windows XP operating system and--if necessary--can be reloaded with the operating system. All you need to perform this operation is the installation disc for Windows XP and a valid product key. This product key can be found on the bottom of the computer or with the documents included with the machine (if Windows XP was pre-installed on the computer).
Windows XP CDProduct key 1 Turn on your T20 laptop computer and press the blue "ThinkVantage" button.
2 Scroll through the options and select the option to boot from your T20's CD/DVD drive. 3 Press the "Enter" key at the welcome window and press the "F8" key once you have read (and agreed to) the license terms for installing the software. 4 Select the drive on which you want to install Windows XP and press the "C" button, followed by the "Enter" button. 5 Press the "Enter" button again to start the installation process. When prompted, enter the product key for Windows XP. Once the setup finishes, you can use the computer.
First of all erase your operating system. Then, find and install operating system 2.0 first. Once you do that, you can download and install the latest operating system onto your calculator. It should finish the loading screen.
You may have a motherboard failure problem. I would ask you to check the drivers and update them but will be hard to do if you can't get past load screen. You best bet may to get a copy of system recovery and boot pc with the disk installed. Wipe computer completely clean and reinstall windows.
Wacom tablet not plugged into your computer with the USB cable.
Go to Add/Remove Programs, (Start>Control Panel>Add/Remove Programs), and -> Remove the Wacom software.
Restart your computer. After Windows XP has fully loaded again, install the Wacom Graphire 3 CD, in your CD/DVD drive. Reinstall the software.
If you had to reinstall your Windows XP operating system, you may have corrupted some of the Wacom tablet's drivers. (Hence the shaky stylus cursor) Removing the Wacom software, and reinstalling it will repair.
Now plug the Wacom tablet into your computer. You should see the, "Found New Hardware", pop-up out of your taskbar tray.
boot in safe mode and log on to ur system with administrator account. Might be ur user profile is corrupted. Locate and delete the profile after taking backup of your Documents and Desktop. Restart the sytem and logon with the same user name and password and it will create a new profile again.
Make sure your replacement hard drive is compatible in geometry (supported by your ThinkPad T20). Check and see if your BIOS setup utility has an auto-detect function.
It would be good if you knew the contents of your replacement drive. You said it might be installed, it might not. If there is nothing on the drive, the ThinkPad should report 'no operating system' or similar message, but it is possible that it might not show anything other than a blinking cursor