Question about IBM ThinkPad T43 Notebook
You might like to check for virus first by booting with a bootable virus software CD or USB flash drive. If that's it then a lot of headache saved. If no virus then maybe something wrong with your hard drive. You might like to boot with CD or USB flash drive by modifying the boot sequence in BIOS. If you can see the hard drive after booting, then you can backup the data and try a physical media scan on the hard disk. That may fix it if you are given some options. Otherwise you can reinstall the operating system by using the Operating System installation CD or the recovery CD. If Operating System CD is not given, there might be an hidden volume from where you can restore the laptop to factory default. The instruction of doing so should be there on the manual of the laptop. If those are not working, I guess you may need to call the support person of ThinkPad.
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
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