Laptop ibm t43 does't turn on if it's not plugged in
When it's plugged in everything works fine, but when it's only on battery, nothing happens during turning on - the control lights shine for a sec, it starts to buzz for a sec and that's all. But if I disconnect it after turning on - it works normally. Could somebody help??
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During the boot at the THINKPAD SCREEN press the Thinkvantage key ( Blue button ) it will launch rescue and recovery and allow you to reboot factory. This only works if you did not corrupted/deleted the rescue and recovery hidden partition on the HDD.
Otherwise you will need the rescue and recovery CD to proceed. IBM/Lenovo support should be able to provide you the CD.
Might be a defective hdd aswell, in this case to make sure you can run a DFT test, www.google.com -> Look up for " Test DFT " ( Drive fitness tool from hitachi, will make an hardware diag if hdd failure - error code 0x00 = everything fine, other code = Issue - You can look up for accurate code explanation on hitachi website )
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Did you say the the video output flickers on and off when you connect an external monitor to the video output.
If the inverter is faulty this would not affect the video output and the external monitor would not flicker but if the external monitor flickers it would point to a video card problem.