This is josh yudell having purchased a thinkpad from oxford store in south capital
I am having serious issues with my thinkpad such as LCD issue.
An oxford university student started reinstalling my laptop drivers but of no issues.As long my thinkpad is connected to power source it is ok,but after that discharging form a steady power source the LCD goes blank again
My thinkpad specifications are:-
Type: Notebook ,Screen Size: 15",Brand: IBM ,Processor Type: CORE 2 T2400,Product Line: ThinkPad , Processor Speed: 1.83 GHZ
Model: T60P ,Memory: 3GB,Operating System: UBUNTU,Hard Drive Capacity: 160 GB
Josh Yudell cannot give the thinkpad to oxford store in south capital because it is already out of warranty.
Thanks in advance,
Pinned topic Josh Yudell having problems with IBM Thinkpad T60P.
jamesfogg 270006TW5J1 PostACCEPTED ANSWER
Re: Josh Yudell Oxford Capital having problems with IBM Thinkpad T60P.2013-11-21T06:15:32Z in response to JoshYudell
Hi josh yudell.
This is james fogg from UK.Well thanks for the topic LCD isssue purchased from oxford store in south capital.
U can get the LCD repaired only from Lenovo.Thought it will cost much much it is much safer than getting repaired from outside market.
SEC electronics here in UK is a reliable option for electronics.
But I will suggest Josh Yudell to contact this site for ur further queries.:-
Thanks josh yudell
James Fogg.Updated on 2013-11-21T10:40:16Z at 2013-11-21T10:40:16Z by jamesfogg
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Re: Josh Yudell Oxford Capital having problems with IBM Thinkpad T60P.2014-01-15T05:56:11Z in response to jamesfogg
Hi Josh Yudell & James Fogg.
Well it is very much painfull to know about the topic.Look LCD issues are very much severe in laptops nowadays Josh Yudell. So u have to be extremely carefull while handling this issue.The friend of yours from Oxford university can be a suitable candidate for repairing.But Josh Yudell u have to keep in mind that if anything goes wrong the Laptop becomes totally unusefull.
So side by side u can keep in touch with SEC electronics as suggested by James Fogg.