Lenovo R 61 thinkpad starts with differnt setting each time
Scroll on touch pad some times is active sometines not at start, i have to manually choose option of scroll on ultranav. Even battery indiactor comes at times at times it does not. How to start with same settings every time. It also is taking long to boot. I have Xp as OS
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Updating Lenovo Edge E430 could destroy your motherboard and cost you $450. Latest bios update is V2.54 and will update but leave you with a non bootable computer with no access to setup. Do not ever remove the power cord, battery, and bios backup coin cell battery at the same time. Result is Instant destruction of your system board. Update of bios up to V1.18 is okay but I would not activate the UEFI bios. Read all update directions carefully to understand procedure. Windows 7 and Windows 8 have different procedures.
it's a real problem.Drivers are programs or files that contain sets of instructions for the operating system detailing how best to operate or drive a certain piece of hardware. Youcam is a driver. When you notice poor performance from a component it is time to upgrade your drivers. But how?Here it comes:
You can find the latest downloads and drivers for your system using the following options:
Option 1: ThinkVantage System Update (TVSU)
Note: This is only for Think products If you are using Think products, you can choose to download your drivers automatically using the TVSU.
Option 2: Driver Matrix. To find information on your Lenovo product, please perform the following steps:
The iPod Touch gives users the ability to enjoy videos and music while on the go. Users can also surf the Internet on the iPod Touch. Before you can start using the iPod Touch, though, the device will need to be activated. When you activate the iPod Touch, you will register the device and sync the player with your iTunes account. Completing this process will allow you to purchase content from the pre-installed App Store and iTunes applications found on the iPod Touch.
1. Connect the Apple iPod Touch to the computer using the iPod Touch USB cord.
2. Open iTunes on the computer.
3. Click the word "iPod" underneath the "Devices" menu, located on the left part of iTunes.
4. Click the "Continue" button in the middle iTunes window. Then, click the "License Agreement" box. Click the "Continue" button once more.
5. Enter your iTunes Store account information inside the middle iTunes window. Then, click "Continue." Then, type in the requested personal information (such as name, address, etc.) to register the iPod Touch with Apple.
6. Click the "Not Now" button on the "Mobile Me" page to skip this step. Signing up for Mobile Me isn't necessary for activating the iPod Touch.
7. Select the "Set up as new iPod" option inside the middle of iTunes. Enter a name for your iPod Touch inside the text box that's in the iTunes window. Then, click "Continue."
8. Choose one of the sync settings listed in the center iTunes window. Whether you decide to manually or automatically sync your iPod Touch with iTunes is up to you--you can change this setting at any time. After you've selected a sync setting, click "Done." The iPod Touch will be activated. From here, you can add music to your iPod Touch or disconnect the player. Only disconnect the iPod Touch after you see the "OK to Disconnect" message appear at the top of iTunes.
Maybe you accidentally hit lock key of your touch pad. Just press FN key + F7 key (key logo for touch pad).
Or run the SYSTEM RESTORE, Go to START, Choose ACCESSORIES, choose SYSTEM TOOLS, choose SYSTEM RESTORE and then choose PREVIOUS RESTORE DATE that your touch pad is working fine. If not, use the other restore dates if necessary.
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Have you tried going into the control panel to check the settings.
1. click on the start menu then on the right side of the panel click on control panel.
2. Go to the mouse Icon/Description then click on the advanced settings tab at the top far right.
3. You should find touch pad settings in here that will allow you to activate or deactivate the scroll functions or at the very least allow you to reset the settings to their default configuration.
This usually means you need a driver for the touch pad. Though, not all touch pads are designed to scroll. Go your your PC manufacture and look up your model for support. You should see a driver for the touch pad.