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I have a lenovo Z61t Thinkpad. When it comes back from sleep mode the neither the keyboard nor the track pad are responding at all. I need to pull the battery to reboot and it then works fine. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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Try going to the device manager and then look for the keyboard and touchpad drivers, right-click on them and click properties, and if they have power management tabs, make sure the option to allow the os to disable the device is Unchecked and the option to allow the device to wake the system if available is selected. save your settings, restart the computer and test the devices after waking up the system from sleep mode the next time. hope it helps

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Hi and welcome to Fixya!

If the machine is not powering either with the battery and / or just the adapter, there could already be a hardware problem for your machine. If it is still within warranty, I suggest you contact Lenovo Warranty support on this number - 1 877 453 6686.

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