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1. your issue may be a bad hard, a damaged or loose flex cable to the LCD screen, a defective CPU (central processing unit, a cmos battery that needs replacement ( this is the battery that retains the information for the motherboard), a bad power supply regulator on the mother board. 2. this is just a few of the issue that have caused a white screen. 3. Laptops are mostly disposable and are usually good for 2to 3 years of service depending on the care taken. Your friend probably thought he was helping by giving this to you to see if you could use it or part it out. Not worth the work unless you are into PC repair or project work. 2.
<p>The T-23 notebook is an IBM system is a lightweight, so it
is ideal for transport. In terms of connectivity, the system has multiple USB
ports and an infrared transceiver. Bluetooth devices has been featured in more
than is infrared, so Bluetooth would be a valuable addition to the system. <br />
<p>1. Put your laptop and wait for it to fully boot. <br />
<p>2. Plug the dongle into a free USB port on your laptop. The
USB ports are located on the computer. <br />
Wait until your laptop to the lack of drivers to load, a Bluetooth icon in the
Chances are since the system CRC1'd it has a
very old BIOS revision. From version 1.10 on, the CRC issue has been
fixed. So, get the latest BIOS from IBM, T21 BIOS: ftp://ftp.software.ibm.com/pc/pccbbs/mobiles/spsdkz34.exe
and flash the BIOS. Reboot the system and verify the updated BIOS. Now
power down the system, desolder the known good EEPROM and resolder the
CRC1 EEPROM. Boot the machine and hit ESC when the splash screen comes
up and watch the post screen. The new BIOS should have recalculated the
EEPROM checksum and written the changes to it. You'll know if it worked
because the CRC1 error will be gone.