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This is going to be one of three things either your power supply is not giving out enough voltage to charge the battery, have you tried another psu? If its not the psu then it could be the dc socket being loose on the mainboard or the fuse which controls the charging section has blown which means you need a replacement mainboard. Usually its either the charger or dc socket
i think your problem is in your operation system..
reinstal your os maybe fix your problem restart your laptop, insert windows cd installer, fress f2 to enter set up, change your first boot to dvd or cd room and second boot to your hard drive click save and exit, and when appear pressa ny key to boot from cd just press any key on your keyboard, than you can follow the instruction
Hi Friend,Please refer to the below link where you will find all the drivers for the Lenovo 3000 G410 system http://support.lenovo.com/in/en/DriversDownLoads/drivers.html Please make sure to select the Operating system before downloading the video drivers for the system. Please let me know if it was of help? Thank you.
Hi. I think the only drivers for your machine is only for XP and Vista, Im a tech support technicain at lenovo and I have check the model of your machine and the only drivers available for this model is for XP and VISTA, you might want to consider using a different Operating system like XP or VISTA. You could find all the softwares and drivers available for your machine on this website consumersupport.lenovo.com, you just need to type in their the serial no. of your laptop and the exact model and it will output every software and drivers available for your machine, just remember to choose the correct operating system for your machine. Hope this helps
is this a Y410 or a G410? one might cause that issue is the memory you have there is not compatible with the laptop second would be regarding the size of the RAM that your compuiter can handle each slot. The best way to solve your issue is to call there tech support line to verify the exact model that you need for laptop. This the no
This sounds like a overheating problem (a CPU thermal shutdown).
This is caused by a faulty fan or the heat-sink and fan is clogged with dust. Check the fan to see if it spins freely, if not replace the faulty fan. Check the fan/heatsink assembly and remove/vacuum the dust from these components.
Most Thinkpads have screws that fix the keyboard to the laptop. the screws are located on the bottom of the laptop and may have a a small keyboard symbol next to these screws.
After you remove the screws you can lift the keyboard off, there will be two ribbon cables which connect to the motherboard, you need to slide the plastic catches back before you can remove the ribbon cables.