Question about Lenovo ThinkPad X200 Tablet PC (TopSeller) - Intel Core 2 Duo SL9600 2.13GHz - 12.1 WXGA - 2GB DDR3 ... (744945U) PC Notebook
This is not to say for you to try it.if you dont no what you are doing please do not try this get some one that does know how to do it.
if you do try this then do so at your own risk.
Turn off laptop, remove battery. Remove palmrest, and remove keyboard (leave keyboard plugged in). Remove CMOS battery, and boot up the laptop without CMOS battery. Your Power-on password is now removed, put it all back together and enjoy!7 Feb 2012 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3HRjUK1IB84..
or go to this link and have a good read up about what else you could try first. password power on lenovo Google Search
Posted on Oct 21, 2017
Try to restart your laptop, when you see the IBM Thinkpad logo press F8 several times until it gives you a black screen menu with some option. Try the "use last known good configuration" first and see if it works, otherwise try to access in safe mode. Once you're in, try a system restore, and bring the computer back to a date you think it should work.
To access System restore you go unser start - programs - accessories - system tools.
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
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its virtual impossible the only thing you can do is to reinstall the windows...if you do not want to have drivers problems ..do not format the partition ...just reinstall the os in the same folder....you might also try do blank to default the bios...by removing the bios battery for a second.... some say this might work ...but the sure solution is reinstalling the operating system...
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
try booting into safe mode first F8, see what that gives you. if that fails load your original boot disk if you have vista os. load that disk and select repair to see if you have any issues. once your inside. i recommend using a command to repair any files that may be corrupt or changed. so once you get in go to start, select run and type cmd.exe once the black screen comes up type in sfc /scannow you will need to have the original os disk inside the drive. this command will go through and search any system files that have been changed. let me know if that helps or you need any other assistance
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
This error message is generated when the BIOS Date and Time is incorrect. Go into the BIOS configuration to change the Date and Time. When you reboot and still get the same error message then the BIOS battery is flat and needs to be replaced and the Date and Time setting needs to be change to the current Date and Time after replacing the battery.
If you cannot get into the BIOS configuration (press F1 on bootup) or you get a lock icon in the top LH corner of the screen, this is a Power on Password symbol, enter the passsword to bootup the laptop and then press F1 to get into the BIOS configuration.
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
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