My laptop is a T60. When I switch the laptop, it starts as it appears at least, but then only 3 options on the laptop show active, AC Power, battery,and the next icon on the lenevo panel. However, the screen is blank. I have removed the battery, restarted the laptop but no joy...can you help
Moi j'ai presque le meme probleme apar que quand j'allume mon pc portable lenovo il me mais sur ?cran noir :
lenovo idea pad VGA in no signal VO12
Pourtant il n'y a rien de branch? apar le cable de batterie du pc
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I just helped a friend out with this exact issue on the same notebook. Here is the instructions (step by step...well 4 steps) that worked perfectly. What you are doing is using a backdoor password set up by IBM/Lenovo.
Turn on your Thinkpad T60 computer.
Watch for the status message "To interrupt normal startup, press the blue ThinkVantage button" to appear on the screen. The only time you have the ability to access your BIOS is while this message is on your monitor. If this message disappears, you will have to restart your T60 and try again.
Press the "ThinkVantage" button on your T60. From the list of options that appears, select "Start setup utility." You will be prompted to enter your BIOS password. Type "merlin" and hit "Enter" to bypass the password prompt using your backdoor password and enter your main BIOS utility.
Select "Security." In this window, select "Set Password." Type the new password you want to use for your BIOS. Press "Enter" to finish resetting your T60 BIOS password.
If this is a serious question, then the answer depends upon the version of Windows you are using.
Usually, you simply click on the Start Button in the lower left corner of your monitor/screen, then look for options to Shut Down, or Shut Down and Restart.
Failing to find those items you can always use CTRL+ALT+DEL and when the result of that comes up, look for Restart as an option.
Best thing you can do is to find the Help options and read what Microsoft has written about controlling Windows. Find their Tutorial and spend some time reading and following it.
Hi, try to boot into safemode, turn your system on then keep on tapping F8 to get the windows advance Menu screen, select safemode.
In the safemode windows go to Control panel and check your power options, you will see what time frame your system has for the LCD when turning off.
If this does not fix the issue, try booting into safemode with networking for you to be able to go online in safemode try updating your BIOS from your Manufacturers Website, Updating your bios may fix the issue.
First check your num lock key on key bord if it is on off when you press num lick key then your dispaly is working fine means you need to change screen resolution. For that when you power up the computer press F8 key then enter in enable vga mode.then go to display property and change screen resolution to 1024*768 or 800 *600. Also when you power up the computer press F1 or F2 or 'del" key to enter in bios then load optimal defaults also check your harddisk is detected .Disable your satat option in bios .then save settings then check. I f you not able to enter in bios then Refix your ram.If still face problem you need to reset bios . For that you have to open laptop cover in back then pull cmos cell from mother bord for 5 minutes then refix it then check.
Hello Karthik, This must surely be a problem with your monitor, because you say that you see the white screen while boot up. If this is a graphic driver issue, you may have the problem after booting up in windows. Since its been only a month old laptop, the product must be in warranty for sure. Take away any CDs in the drive, any USB drives and see if this white screen appears. Let us know.