The menu keeps appearing on the screen "trying to connect to i.link" or some version of this. I have removed the batteries from the remote, taken it to a different room, turned the tv off for a couple of months nothing is working and I cannot find a tech to come and look at it. HELP!
Maybe. It appears that there may be a bad connection. Probably a bad solder joint. The problem started after I moved the TV. Today I was a little frustrated and jarred the TV pretty good while moving it. The problem went away and hopefully will not return. When and if it does I guess I'll have to check internally for a bad connection.
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You must reset the on screen display in the menu. Hold down the Menu button for at least 60 seconds. A menu list will appear on your monitor screen. Using the adjust button, press the arrows to enter the menu. Scroll down to the Reset section. On the right side of your screen, you will see an alternating Yes/No choice. When the Yes message flashes, press the Ok button. The menu should be reset and the flashing OSD control message should disappear. I hope it helps. If you would like to vote for the answer, this will help the others to see the similar problems solved and also will be a satisfaction factor for me to continue helping you. All the best.
The Power On Password problem is near impossible to crack. It is designed to prevent unauthorized access to the Thinkpad and removing the BIOS battery will not remove the password because the password is stored on an EEPROM chip.
There are no backdoor passwords available, the only option is to ask the person who set the password.
There is a way to hack into the Thinkpad to see and remove the password but it requires electronic skills, a program and a working computer.
For details on how to do this go to :- http://sodoityourself.com/hacking-ibm-thinkpad-bios-password/