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You probably have a corrupt windows file. Try F8 before it tries to beet and select recover system or restore.

Lenovo ThinkPad... | Answered on Jul 21, 2014


its a blank blue screen or with a error message?
please mention the full details.

thanks

Lenovo ThinkPad... | Answered on Apr 15, 2014


Lots of issues with 0176 error. Could be caused by a dead cmos battery or the system thinks it has been tampered with. I found a couple of clues for you;

The T41 Hardware Maintenance Manual gives the following instructions in case of error 0176:
"Run BIOS setup utility, and save the current settings by pressing F10."
To get into BIOS, you need to press the F1 key when you see the splash screen. I suppost that the splash screen on a T41 will display a ThinkPad or IBM logo, and something similar to "to interrupt normal start procedure, press the blue thinkvantage button".
The idea that a new motherboard might be necessary comes from the T41 Hardware Maintenance Manual. It says that in case the first instruction, i.e. get into BIOS and save current settings, doesn't fix the problem, a new motherboard should be installed.
You could try the following:
Disconnect the AC adapter from the notebook, disconnect all other cables. Remove the battery pack. Press the power button ten times in one-second intervals. Then press the power button again, and hold it pressed down for 30 seconds. Then install the battery pack again, connect the AC adapter. Press the power button.
Re: 0176 Security - The system has been tampered with
The padlock came up after removing the BIOS-battery. It is a security-feature and cannot be bypassed.
Removing the BIOS battery does not remove the supervisor-password but locks the system, if one hat been set to protect the computer from illegal use.
So either try to get the SVP from the previous owner ore replace the board.


Lenovo ThinkPad... | Answered on Mar 20, 2014


You may not have the driver installed. I suggest that you visit Lenovo (click on Lenovo) follow the instructions and you will be good to go.
Good luck

Lenovo ThinkPad... | Answered on Dec 23, 2013


check if ur keyboard is correct plug. And is correct plug. Means you have to get a new keyboard

Lenovo ThinkPad... | Answered on Dec 18, 2013


My volume is also not loud enough. Attaching headphones gives you plenty of volume for personal use. But if you are using it in a class or meeting, attach a speaker.

Lenovo ThinkPad... | Answered on Oct 18, 2013


You can go the hardware (device) management and unload the drivers or uninstall the device. You may also have a switch on the sides of your laptop.

Lenovo ThinkPad... | Answered on Oct 07, 2013


Try tis.
start windows > select run command > type msconfig
select BOOT.INI tab select safe boot in boot options and restart the system

this will start the system in safe boot next time re-started.

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Lenovo ThinkPad... | Answered on Jun 22, 2013


Is the ram of the same type?Is the ram seated properly? I'm not sure what the battery has to do with you issue. Replace the Original ram and try to Start.

Lenovo ThinkPad... | Answered on Nov 06, 2012


If you have speaker in the lower right in the tasbar, click on the speaker icon and slide it up to increase volume.

Lenovo ThinkPad... | Answered on Jul 12, 2012


You can reset forgotten Windows password with 3 methods below:

1. Another valid administrator account which can normally log on.

2. A password reset disk or a repair disc, which is created in advance ( before you lost password ).

3. Third-party software to create a bootable password reset CD/DVD or USB, like Windows Password Reset

Lenovo ThinkPad... | Answered on Jun 11, 2012


Which Password? Bios Password?Hard Drive Password? Windows Welcome Screen User Logon Password?

Which Operating System? Windows XP? Windows Vista?Windows 7?OK,if you are running Windows 7, Microsoft tightened security on it so you've gotto have a password reset disk which 99% of the people who own laptops withwindows 7 fail to do. It should be one of the first things you do whenyou buy the laptop. Otherwise, you're faced with reinstalling theOperating System or possibly doing a System Recovery.

If you're on Windows XP or Vista try this:

Turn off the computer, then hit the power button to turn it back on andimmediately start hitting the F8 key repeatedly until you see the Safe Modeoption. Select SAFE MODE and let the computer boot up. When it getsto the User Login screen it will show the Administrator userid and the useridfor which you forgot the password. Sign in as the Administrator(hopefully you didn't put a password on it and forgot it too). Once thedesktop appears it will look different, the screen will be darker and the iconsbigger, but this is normal for safe mode.

Click Start/Control Panel/User Accounts
When the User Accounts screen opens, click on the userid for which you forgotthe password. Select the option to REMOVE PASSWORD.

Reboot your machine.

Lenovo ThinkPad... | Answered on Jun 08, 2012


This is a problem the only way to deal with this is to try to input until you can access your computer. Also if it is a Win 7 loaded computer you can look at the password hint section. Also for everyone it is advisable to make a password reset disk in case this does happen. Also you can completely re load your software if you cannot access the computer. This will give you back your operating system.

There is special software programs out there that will crack your password because there is so many of them I would not even attempt to share a link. I also highly recommend typing out the password in small readable print it out and cut it neatly and tape it with scotch tap under the DVD-R or CD tray when you open it right along the edge of the front lip.

Also use a password you will never forget use small caps only. John

Lenovo ThinkPad... | Answered on Jun 07, 2012


Please follow these steps to make it work:

1. Uninstall the wireless driver using Add/Remove Programs
2. Uninstall the Hotkey utility using its Setup program (uninstall is an option in the Setup app; it doesn't appear in Add/Remove Programs control panel)
3. Restart
4. Delete the Hotkey folders from C:\Program Files\Lenovo\PkgMgr [key step!]
5. Reinstall the Hotkey Utility and the wireless driver (don't reboot if prompted)

Regards.

Lenovo ThinkPad... | Answered on Jul 29, 2011


Welcome to Fixya

Try to download the driver direct from Lenovo site. Make sure to download the correct driver for your Windows operating system. If possible, could you provide me the error message that you are getting?

Please let me know if you have further questions.

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Lenovo ThinkPad... | Answered on Mar 26, 2011


1. There is a switch on the front left hand side of the laptop, just shift that to the right and will turn the wireless adapter on.
2. There is also a shortcut you can use, hold FN button and press F5. This will bring up the wireless/bluetooth menu, and you can turn it off/on from here as well.

Lenovo ThinkPad... | Answered on Nov 13, 2010

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