Question about IBM ThinkPad T30 2366 Notebook
First try this, right click on the desktop, click properties, open the screen saver tab, click the power button, then change the screen settings to never. If this doesn't work, then I'm afraid it's a hardware issue. Check the screen connections, connection to the back of the screen, screen to inverter, and screen to motherboard (under the keyboard), sometimes the connectors can work loose. If the connections are good, then the issue may lie with the inverter or screen itself. More than likely an intermittent problem with the inverter.
Posted on Jun 25, 2008
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Well, the fan is either unplugged from it's socket, froze up, or completely clogged with dust, etc and is giving the bios reason to shut down.
Also tho, tell me, does the time and date keep needing to be reset?
Could be a cmos battery. Some of the older thinkpads were like that, although my T30 has never shown this problem.
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