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Worked for me. So I Googled "dead thinkpad" and found this page. Exact same symptoms and it worked for me. my laptop back to life.^^ Gringo on July 18th, 2015 Sounds improbable, but this worked on my ThinkPad E530. this content

THANK YOU!!! I was surprised at how many people were having this problem with Windows 7. Worked like a charm!!! You have to be careful here, to NOT choose the OS optimized default (unless you are really using UEFI secure boot). you can try this out

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Plugged in Not charging. Same result. Andrew on December 16th, 2009 My t21 went dead on me.

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Wow! One light on the mother board illuminates green and has the title: AUX_POWER_LED. 4. Thanks for share this solution. Lenovo Laptop Shut Down Suddenly How will I format and install W-XP PRO if the system refuses to boot????

I have an old IBM think pad x41, when u power it on, the lights shine, the fans when the immediately goes off, without showing anything on display.. Lenovo Laptop Shutting Down For No Reason I have so much on there that I could not afford to lose. If you don't hear it and can't feel any airflow from the exhaust vent, then either your fan or your laptop's fan controller (which is located on the motherboard) is broken. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f108/lenovo-t410-static-booting-shutdown-issues-778626.html The Fair Repair Act is simple.

I use this all the time in tech support. Lenovo Laptop Overheating Solutions Check the AC adapter brick and verify that any removable cords are fully inserted. Pushing the power button did nothing. I have made this configuration change and tested this for a month now with 100% success.

Lenovo Laptop Shutting Down For No Reason

So you can fix the stuff you own quickly—and get on with your life. A common manifestation of this problem is fans spinning but no display. Lenovo Laptop Shuts Down Unexpectedly Voilá. Lenovo Laptop Overheating And Shutting Down mFraggin on June 18th, 2011 Put me down as yet another satisfied customer. ;-) Now someone should explain why the one interior keyboard screw always gets screwed up on these-the one

GOD Bles.. ^_^ Cindy said on 1.05.2011 at 11:28 PM I have a samsung and had this same problem. JJ on November 16th, 2009 This is NOT working for me… why oh why… anyone else have this fail and find another solution? Remove all power and then press the power button down 10-15 times for 1 second intervals. So, for any one of you out of luck: try removing the battery. Lenovo Thinkpad Overheating And Turning Off

Arrrg52 on May 20th, 2015 Worked on an R52 (Yes you can still make an R52 work just fine if you use an Ubuntu based OS) Thanks Homedoc on May 20th, anonymous on July 10th, 2015 worked on my lenovo thinkpad t540p (fedora 22) Thank you !!! Hung up on them and dropped on this website! have a peek at these guys Thank you, thank you.

I then called customer care. Lenovo Thinkpad Edge Overheating It doesn't hurt to try this first and if it doesn't work, try the more complicated solution. Narin on October 27th, 2011 For my R60, the trick is not work, still same.

Amazed Tech on December 3rd, 2009 I cannot believe this worked Great tip sent to all my workmates as well yul on December 7th, 2009 Whoaa!!!!!

It's done this before... All rights reserved Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | Browser Compatibility Tech Support Forum Security Center Virus/Trojan/Spyware Help General Computer Security Computer Security News Microsoft Support BSOD, Crashes And Hangs This brought it straight back, leaving a room full of people standing around with their jaws open. Lenovo Phone Overheating Then, I Googled my problem and found this article.

Note that it does not work the way you think it would work. Crazy! Share your experiences with your fellow readers in the comments. http://megathud.com/lenovo-laptop/t410-windows-10-64-bit-projector.html Stand up for the right to repair in Illinois.

I was so upset and confused. Atli Jarl on June 18th, 2013 Holy Moly!! Then I let my Thinkpad as is, the dock's LED consuming the residual electricity (I let it as is a few hours). Before checking anything else, then, you need to ensure that both the AC outlet and laptop plugs are firmly seated.

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