Question about IBM ThinkPad R51 Notebook
I am assuming you cannot log into Windows because you do not know your login password. (Passwords can be put on the BIOS but IBM/Levono does not put one on the BIOS by default).
The easiest way to reset the default Administrator password is to create a Password Recovery disk, boot the laptop up using this disk, choose the login account that you want to reset the password for and then reset that password.
(This will NOT work for computer accounts that are on a Microsoft Active Directory Domain - you must contact the Domain Administrator to reset your password.)
I recommend using the "Offline NT Password & Registry Editor". This creates a bootable CD that you use to boot your laptop. It has automated menus to get you to the User accounts. Select the User account you want to change and then apply the changes. Remove the CD and reboot - use the new password and you should be good to go.
You may need to run the utility more than once - also, you will probably need to UNLOCK the User account.
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This indicates a possible memory problem. Reseat the RAM modules and boot up, if OK then the laptop is OK.
If not then :-
If you have two RAM modules, remove both and insert one and boot up, if it is OK then repeat with the other one - this will determine which memory module is faulty.
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
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