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T410 LCD issue 2537-25G

Q: T410 LCD issue 2537-25G

I have a new LCD. BIOS shows ThinkPad LCD option activated. I have perfect picture on my external screen (VGA). ThinkPad LCD black, when I start I can notice/glimpse the ThinkPad Logo. Is there anything else I should check in order to get ThinkPad LCD to work?

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Preferred Solution: T410 LCD issue 2537-25G

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A: T410 LCD issue 2537-25G

Probably you have a blown fuse on the motherboard. It was common on that model when breaking the original panel

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W10 tells me to active BT when trying to connect a BT device.  In device mgr under hidden devices I find BT (3 drivers) When I try to  update these I get the message; best driver already installed. Pressing F5 BT is not visible. In Lenovo EOL there is no BT driver for W10 available. What to do? Kenneth in Stockholm

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Hi I'm having trouble finding the drivers for my device can you help me or could you provide a Lenovo Support email address that drivers can request

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The machine starts, fan is working, no LCD screen, no beeps regardless of RAM installed or not. ON/OFF switch is lit.  Any clue how to go on?

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I noticed that the trackpoint pin in the machine is smaller that my available trackpoints. To search for and buy what are these 'adapters' called?

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I run Win10. I have tried installing the driver for this via the device driver, Win10 Update and Thinkvantage update. No luck (no driver found). Any clue?













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A:T410 - 2537 - Integrated Mobile Broadband (Gobi 2000 3G with GPS)

Installed a driver from Lenovo EOL for W7.

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I was trying to go thrue non working drivers and it popped up one bad thing acpi\pnpocof\1 dosent have a driver?? I don't have a clue what this is or I could fix it. Anyone please help win 7 pro 32 bit intel core 5 on a Lenovo thinkpad T-410 -2537

A:Get a error on laptop needs driver for acpi\pnpocof\1 Lenovo t410-2537

I recommend that you post in the Win 7 forum since this is a Vista forum.

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I have had to reload W7 and cannot find drivers on the driver page for these:? Any help appreciatted!Device manager?

A:T410 driver issue

Welcome to the forum!
 
Install and run Lenovo System Update, it should take care of the missing drivers: click me!
 
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I am having a problem with charging my battery. If I take the battery out the t410 will run ok. If I put the battery in it will shut down. If I leave it shut down it will charge the battery up. I can then run the computer until the battery goes dead again, at which time I have to shut it down and let it charge. Any ideas as to what is wrong?

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I have a T410 using 240gb SSD or spindle HDD, 8gb RAM.  Drive tests successfully in various 3rd party apps and BIOS tool.  Various sticks of RAM used, recognised by BIOS, tested OK from various tools. Updated BIOS successfully to latest available.Attempting to install MSDN Win7 Enterprise or Pro ISO (from USB - created using Windows ISO to USB tool).  Boots to "Starting Windows" then halts.  Also tried from DVD, halts at same point.Also tried Win8 Pro ISO from MSDN, also USB or DVD.  After booting from the media, displays blue Windows flag/logo, then reboots.If I connect another random SSD from different make/model laptop with Win7 "just for the sake of testing" that copy of Window boots to desktop, I can run burn in apps, random programs, etc, no problems, no crashes, no blips or issues.  I believe this suggests RAM/HDD and other hw components are functional?Driving me nuts - please share any ideas, happy to pull it apart and follow any suggestions.It has been years since i last clean installed Win7 on this unit .. I am sure it did not give me this much grief in the past!Cheers.

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Season's greetings to everyone. I have an interesting isssue with the power ON to my laptop and its operation via the docking station. It first started about a month ago. The only way the laptop will turn on is when it's attached to the docking station. The actual button on the laptop does not operate, the only way to turn on is via the docking station power button. I made an interesting discovery last night when I disconnected all cables, including the power cable to the docking station, attached the laptop and surprisingly I was able to turn the laptop ON. Again, via the docking station button and not the laptop button. If the laptop is already ON, and I disconnect it from the docking station then I'm able to use it normally. But, should I take a break from using it, and it goes into sleep mode and I try to re-start it, I have no success. The power light flashes slowly and no amount of pushing the button will either turn it ON nor turn it OFF. It almost feels like the button is not completing a circuit. Any help or suggestions would be gratefully appreciated. Thanks to all. I'm running Windows 7 PRO    

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Hello,
I am having trouble getting the built-in wireless adapter on this laptop to get connected to the internet. I have installed the following driver:
http://support.lenovo.com/us/en/downloads/migr-73611
but have had no luck. there are no available wireless connections I can connect to.
I have also tried to use USB wireless adapter TP-LINK TL-WN725N to connect to internet. It is able to find available connections but when it tries to connect it says unable to connect and give options to troubleshoot. Once troubleshoot is complete it says to investigate router or access point issues. I have reset the router many times. Other devices are working fine with the internet just not this laptop.
I am running windows 7 64Bit.
Please help.
Thanks
 

A:Lenovo Thinkpad T410 wireless issue

Can you connect the laptop to the router using a cable at all ?

using just the laptop wireless adapter
unlikely to be this as it is reporting NO networks available - but check anyway please
Check the wireless is switched ON
theres often a physical switch or a combination of the FN and one of the F keys to toggle the wireless on/off
often F2 is used - but note , not always - look for a symbol that looks a little like (( i ))

is the wireless on?

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can we see an ipconfig /all - see how below
do a tcp/ip reset - see how below
post a screen shot of xirrus please - see how below

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ipconfig /all

We would like to see the results from an ipconfig /all - post back the results in a reply here.

If you cannot access the internet with this PC, then you will need to paste the results into something like notepad and then copy onto a machine that can access the internet and post the results in a reply here.
Save the file to a USB flash drive or other removable media. Plug it into the working computer with internet access and copy the file and paste here.

If you do not have another PC - do you have a phone connected to the internet - can you photograph the result and post the image in a reply
Note: you will see entries named Tunnel adapter Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface: we dont need to see that information - JUST the information above ... Read more

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Hello,  I have a lenovo T410 with stock memory 2x2gb ramaxel DDR3 1333, on windows 7. I want to upgrade the memory by upgrading one slot to 4gb. I have bought a G.skill F3-12800CL9S-4GBSK. After replacing one of the slots with the new memory - windows won't boot, sometimes the windows icon shows for a moment and then the computer reboots, and sometimes I get BSOD with the error "IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL"  Windows startup recovery gives the same result.  The memory is recognized by the bios and I can see the memory increment.  Tried to change bios SATA setting from AHCI to compatability with no success. The memory works fine on Fujitsu Ah532 running windows 10. Please help! 

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Hello, I have an issue switching on my laptop since two days ago and I am not sure if the problem is with my laptop's external battery, the motherboard or the power charger. My laptop model is on the list of laptops affected by lenovos battery recall so maybe the issue is with the battery. But then theres also this:- With the external battery in the laptop and the charger plugged in, the laptop powers up and displays "Error 0190 : Critical low battery error" and then switches off.  I looked this error up in my laptops manual and it says that I should replace the system board-The laptop also doesn't run with the charger plugged in and the battery removed, so does this mean the charger is broken as well?

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Season's greetings to everyone. I have an interesting isssue with the power ON to my laptop and its operation via the docking station. It first started about a month ago. The only way the laptop will turn on is when it's attached to the docking station. The actual button on the laptop does not operate, the only way to turn on is via the docking station power button. I made an interesting discovery last night when I disconnected all cables, including the power cable to the docking station, attached the laptop and surprisingly I was able to turn the laptop ON. Again, via the docking station button and not the laptop button. If the laptop is already ON, and I disconnect it from the docking station then I'm able to use it normally. But, should I take a break from using it, and it goes into sleep mode and I try to re-start it, I have no success. The power light flashes slowly and no amount of pushing the button will either turn it ON nor turn it OFF. It almost feels like the button is not completing a circuit. Any help or suggestions would be gratefully appreciated. Thanks to all. I'm running Windows 7 PRO

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Hello - I'll try to be succinct and cover everything I have tried. I have a T410 i7 with Win 7 installed along with all the drivers.  It has been working fine but I seem to be experiencing a power issue.  This first manifested itself as the screen going blank and refusing to come back on.  Thinking it was overheating my partner opened it up and cleaned out the fan (my partner fixes Lenovos as a field engineer) and applied thermal paste to the processor.  All seemed well.I was working on it, plugged in, when suddenly it shut down.  I tried to restart it but without success so I left it plugged in (with the orange light flashing) and went off to have supper.  When I came back, the orange light was still flashing so I decided to leave it to charge overnight.Next morning - orange light still flashing and although it would power up there were odd things going on when I looked in Power Manager.  It showed the battery as being good for 35 hours (although I knew that if I took the AC adapter out it would close down).  So I tried a different known good battery - same thing.  Then a different PSU - same thing.  On the desktop, it shows as charging for half a dozen animations then goes static - Power Manager says it's charging but doesn't display the 'time left to fully charge' and isn't actually charging at all. So - here are the things I've changed and tested at each step:1)  The battery2)  The PSU (trying both 90w ... Read more

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Hi, everyone There is a very strange problem on my T410, not Fan error! When I switch the notebook on, the fan works just a few seconds after I press the butten, that means the fan could pass self-test of BIOS and there is no fan error. Then, it stops and I can't find the fan by AIDA64, even the temperature is very high. NOTE:  There is no fan error and it can boot into the system. Does anyone know the reason or give me some suggestion?  

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Hi,  We have HP Zero Clients (T410) and are connection to an Windows 2012 server.When i look in the admin guide it saysthat USB redirection to windows 2012 and Windows 8 is supported.  I have enable USB redirection in the zero client. But when i connect an USB device to the zeroclient is isnt viable in my RDP7 connection to the server. Do i have to edit some policys on the server or do i need software ?  Kind regards,   Hans Vos

A:T410 - USB redirection

Im having a simaller problem with my Windows server 2008, using the T410 as well. I can get thumb drives to redirect, but i cant get SD card readers. Have you found a solution to this problem yet?

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So I've replaced my fair share of T61 CPU fans due to them dying out, locking up and giving a fan error upon boot. Now I'm starting to see a rash of CPU fan failures with brand new T410 units.Anyone else in the repair biz see a growing trend of this? Or is it just me?













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A:T410 CPU fan failures?

I have not seen any, but lots of T61 fans.  T61 fans seem to die after 3 years

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Hi. I bought a refurbished Lenovo T410, with i5 first generation CPU, M520 with 2.4G, 4G memory, windows 7 professional. I purchased this one in Oct. 2015.  I switched out the HDD with one 256G SSD, adding 2G more memory. I am using this computer for web brouse and SAS program. Another 'big' program is just MS Office 2003 (word excel PPT). I am pretty satisfied with the current computer. The only issue I am compaining is that the CPU fan is on all the time. Other than that, everything else is fine, web surfing is quick. My 'word' came out very quickly. My SAS program run well. Since I am so happy with current one, I am eyeing on another refurbished one, like this one Lenovo C Grade Laptop L430 Intel Core i5 3rd Gen 3320M (2.60 GHz) 4 GB Memory 320 GB HDD 14.0" Windows 10 Pro 64-Bit  If adding 2G memory, to 6G, also switch out the HDD to a SSD. Since the new CPU speed is 2.6G (22 nm processing), comparing M520 2.4G (42nm processing), what is the noticebale improvement I am looking at? Thanks. Dan

A:T410 cpu i5 M520 2.4G

It really depends on what tasks you perform, but I wouldn't expect much.  In general, CPU upgrades are not nearly as helpful as adding memory or getting a faster drive.

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Hi,I have a Thinkpad T410 that was delivered with Windows 7 Pro 32-bit. But for using the notebook with 8 GB RAM I need to have 64-bit version. On the COA under the battery it says Windows 7 Pro OA but nothing about 32-bit or 64-bit. Does it mean that I can use a 64-bit installation?  

A:32 bit or 64 bit Windows on T410

Yes, under Microsoft's licensing, you can use the same Windows 7 Product ID to install either the 32-bit or 64-bit version of Windows 7 on your system, but you cannot upgrade from 32 to 64-bit, so it will have to be a fresh installation. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-windows_install/is-a-windows-7-license-k... Cheers,

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Hi, I recently purchsed a refurbished T410 (Core i5) and I am trying to upgrade the HDD to a new SSD. I have tried two disks so far with the same results. The bios and windows installer do not see the SSD.The boot listing showsATA HDD0 - Device not foundIf I try to run the Hard disk diagnostic program it says "main hard disk drive not found". The two disks areSamsung 750 EVO 120 GB 2.5 inch Solid State DriveSamsung SAM 850 Pro 128GB 2.5 inch SATA III Solid State Drive The original HDD works fine, and boots windows 7 with no problems. I have tried running a bios update, which worked.So I am now on 1.45 (2013/02/14)But the SSD is still not showing anywhere. I have also tried compatability mode instead of AHCI. Is there anything else I can try?Should the SSD be recognised? Thanks

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Hey guys,  First off, Merry Christmas to you all. Secondly, I would really appreciate your help! I have a Lenovo T410.  Problem: originally "fan error". Now just the following blinking lights and won't boot up. power button - green flashmute button   - orange flashmic button      - orange flashlight at top of screen - white flash All flash simultaneously every 5 seconds. Does anybody have a fix for this? Thank you so much in advance!!! Paul

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I've cloned my HDD to a new SSD, but it will not boot.  It goes into a Lenovo Think Bios splash screen / Black screen loop.  I booted off a repair disk and performed a repair, but it is still doing the bios loop thing.  This has happened with both an OCZ and a Kingston SSD.  Any ideas? Thanks...













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A:T410 will not boot with new SSD

Hello and welcome,
 
I don't have a suggestion off the top of my head - but please let us know your operating system and what software you used for cloning.
That might help attract others who have dealt with the same thing.
 
[edit] I do have one other question/suggestion: was the SSD installed in the laptop when you did the clone op?  It's generally advised to have the target device (your SSD) installed in the usual HDD location when cloning a ThinkPad drive.  Doing it the other way (stock drive in the stock location and SSD connected externally) often results in an unbootable drive.
 
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Hi! I ran into a similar problem where I'm not trying to clone but having Windows 10 installed on the SSD from another computer. But as soon as I plugged the SSD into my T410 it froze at the ThinkVantage screen. The laptop still boots when connected with the SSD via SATA/USB cable. Do you have any suggestions based on your experience? The SSD is an old micron C300 rev. 0005 128GB

A:T410 will not boot with new SSD

It would be easier if I could see the machine.  Perhaps, the old machine was running with a UEFI formatted disk and you no longer have BIOS support.

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The ads I see on Amazon etc say that there is more than one fan type for a T410, and be sure to get the one that fits your machine.  How to make the match? My T410 is a "Type 2537-22U" according to a sticker on its bottom.  At https://support.lenovo.com/us/en/documents/migr-74566, I find a table that maps these computer types to model numbers of parts including "fan assemblies".  It lists "Fan assembly, integrated" 45M2721 and 45M2723 as suitable for type "2537-22x", but (by omission) it implies that "Fan assembly, discrete" 45M2722 and 45M2724 are not suitable to type "2537-22x".  (I assume that, in that type code, "x" is a variable, so "2537-22U" is a member of that type.) Ah.  I just learned at https://support.lenovo.com/us/en/documents/migr-74746 that the two different fan assemblies are for integrated graphics and discrete graphics models, respectively - their heat sink components are quite different. Ah again.  From pix on Amazon, I infer that the two "integrated" assemblies have slightly different heat sinks, but both are for integrated graphics.  The 45M2721 is shown here: https://www.amazon.com/Genuine-IBM-Thinkpad-Cooling-Heatsink/dp/B00MTWDB9E/ and the 45M2723 is here https://www.amazon.com/IBM-Original-Thinkpad-45M2723-Assembly/dp/B004QWCTLG From this, I want to conclude that if I get a model 45M2721 or 45M2723, I'm cool.  Is that right? Also, it's possible (and much cheaper) to buy a fan w... Read more

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Hi all,I have flashed a WL-free BIOS from Serg008 to my T410 2537-DA3. I had the latest factory BIOS before. Flash was successful, i disabled the TPM because the beeps at startup.Then i realized, that i cannot read CPU speed from the OS (Ubuntu), and the battery isn't charging.I can see on the indicator, when it is inserted or not, but no charging. I installed TLP, started a calibration, but it only discharged the battery, and charging is not working. (Or if it is working, BIOS does not see what charging circuit is doing.)EC ROM is 1.18, in addition.I tried to flash factory BIOS, but it cannot be done with 0% battery. I'm afraid to flash FL1 and FL2, as i have two FL2 files extracted from factory flash.Have someone seen a bug like this before? Can someone tell me how to flash FL1 and two FL2's (and .PAT files) with Winphlash? Or force the boot CD image to update? I ned to revert the factory BIOS to check that the charging circuit is OK. Thanks in advance

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A member of our household was on our T410 when she got pop-ups telling her she's got the Zeus virus, don't turn off your computer and all that and, unfortunately, called the bogus microsoft phone number and allowed access to her computer.She shut it down shortly after, but the damage is done.  Windows won't start .... tries to automatically recover from 'previous hardware or software error'  but it can't. Also won't reboot normally.1 ...  Is there anyything that can be done.2 ... Is there any way to retrieve files from the hard drive. Thanks

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I have been getting regularly occurring BSODs with various errors. Looking for help please.
The dump output from BSOD program and performance monitor data are attached.

The system is:
Laptop
Lenovo T410
Current OS is Windows 7 and is the one that came with the system.
System is 3 or 4 years old.

The BSODs seem to occur during heavy browser usage. Having multiple tabs opened and switching back and forth between tabs, the browser, and desktop apps. But almost always (if not always), when I am in a browser window.

Thanks,

Paul T.

A:BSOD Lenovo T410

Additional info ... The internet browser being used seems to be unimportant. I get BSODs with Chrome, Firefox and IE.

Paul T.

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When my T410 is on AC power,  it meter shows the battery fully charged.  But: When I boot it on the battery, it immediately shows "0190: Critical low battery error" and shuts down. When I unplug it from AC power while it's up and running, it stays alive for a minute or two (still showing the battery to be charged), then dies with the same message.The machine is several years old, but the battery is only one year old.  The machine Type is 2537-22U. I read the post on this forum that suggests updating the firmware (https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/ThinkPad-T400-T500-and-newer-T/ThinkPad-Battery-Firmware-Update-fix-a-l...), but the link to get the firmware update doesn't seem to offer any for the T410. Is this fixable, or is this machine a dead duck? ~ Thanks in advance for your help!~ Ken 

A:T410 suddenly won't run on battery

I don't think that your machine is a dead duck...the battery perhaps, but not the laptop itself.   You could update the BIOS if it is not current, but you need to be very careful in doing so, because if you were to lose AC power during the update with a weak battery, you could leave the system unusable.     I suspect that you probably need a new battery.   I do not know what brand of battery you bought before, but the price and quality of of aftermarket batteries varies greatly.   From my experience, the cheaper batteries found on ebay etc. never last very long, because usually they are from old warehouse stock that have been in storage so long they have already deteriorated to some degree, and/or are built with inferior Lithium battery cells.     If you travel a lot and/or need a a battery that lasts, you can buy a genuine Lenovo brand battery from Lenovo via Encompass parts for $55 bucks (6 cell) or  $73 bucks (9 cell) (both are on back order) or you can pay around $100 bucks for a 6-cell, or $110 bucks for a 9-cell at places like Batteries Plus.     Fortunately the batteries on that model can be easily replaced, unlike some of the new models that require you do take the laptop apart.   Cheers, ThinkPad T410 and T410i Hardware Maintenance Manual (possible battery part numbers start on page 154)https://download.lenovo.com/ibmdl/pub/pc/pccbbs/mobiles_pd... Read more

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At the end of the day when I close my laptop, the display will turn off but sometimes the system won't go into sleep mode. I then have to open the lid again and completely shut down the system. Is there an easy way to fix this?

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Hi guys, Trying to get Bitlocker working on a t410. The bios is enabled for TPM and the drivers are installed. When trying to enable Bitlocker i'm getting a message saying: A TPM module must be present on this computer but a TPM module was not found. Any ideas? Thanks,Mike

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Hi all, I have a T410 that's from 2010 with the i5 520m cpu. I bought it used recently and I don't think the bios has ever been upgraded. When I follow the regular instructions of entering BIOS --> Config --> CPU, I saw a menu of four choices. The bottom two wereIntel(R) Virtualization Technology [DISABLED]Intel(R) VT-d Feature [DISABLED]I tried to change them, but strangely the menu only let me navigate through the first two choices (I can't recall them exactly now but they didn't seem to have anything to do with virtualization), nothing seemed to allow me to access the bottom two choices...  How should I go about fixing this properly?  I want to be very careful with upgrading/flashing BIOS as I really don't want to end up with a brick Thanks

A:Enabling Intel VT-x in a T410

Look for your BIOS Version and post it(You can find it on the start page of your BIOS)VT-x is supported by your CPU, but maybe there are conflicting settings..Maybe you really have to update the BIOS but that shouldn't be a real problem...Use a disk image, hook your thinkpad to the power and let it be for 20 minutes or so... 

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That's it, exactly what it says in the question. It appears the computer has 2GB of DDR3L SODIMM RAM, but if I want to upgrade to 4GB, then is it possible to just use 4GB of regular SODIMM DDR3 RAM?





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Anyone know of a way to do this quickly and eaisly ? Thanks

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On T410 upgraded Windows 10 32bit op sys to 64 bit and Epson projector no longer works.   Worked flawlessly and effortlessly prior to upgrade to 64 bit.  Help? thankshal mann

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As title - all thinkvantage updates have been run and are all up to date but still no Fn + F6 I therefore can not access my camera. If I turn on skype the camera box comes up but is just a black box. So how do I get my camera to work ? When I open thinkvantage the camera is not there and there are no settings for it although in device manager intergrated camera is showing and says it is working properly (which it isn't).

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Hi I am currently working on a Lenovo Thinkpad T410, and have come along some problems with OpenGL 2.0+ drivers. I am trying to use LibGDX and have come across an error that says that I need OpenGL 2.0 or greater and that I have OpenGL version 1.1.0"OpenGL 2.0 or higher with the FBO extension is required. OpenGL version: 1.1.0"I run Windows 10 Home. I have tried updating the drivers by both uninstalling the Intel Graphics drivers on Device Manager, and using the Intel Driver checker from their website.  If you need more info, let me know

A:OpenGl Update on T410

The DXDIAG results are as follows: http://pastebin.com/KX1AY95b

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Hello, i have a T410 laptopmy trackpoint is not working at allnormal touch pad is workingtrackpoint is enabled from biosis there is any driver that should be installed.Thanks

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Hi. I need help. I have reinstalled windows7 pro sp1. after the installing of the windows, I lost all the drivers. I have read the following post: https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/ThinkPad-T400-T500-and-newer-T/T420-Adapter-Drivers/m-p/3432127 I downloadedIntel PRO/1000 LAN Adapter Software for 64 bit. I installed the driver. However, I am still have the problem to get online. Could anyone give me the detail instruction on how to get on the online? Thanks. Dan

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Hello, I've trying to find the user's manual of my T410, but I only found the "Hardware Maintenance Manual - ThinkPad T410 and T410i" and "Service and Troubleshooting Guide - ThinkPad T410, T410s, T510 and W510"  Is there an online version (PDF) of this manual??... I'm only using Ubuntu as OS.... SpecificationsProduct: ThinkPad T410 2522-D36Original description: i7-620M(2.66GHz), 4GB RAM, 500GB 7200rpm HD, 14.1in 1440x900 LCD, 512MB nVIDIA Quadro NVS 3100M, CDRW/DVDRW, Intel 802.11agn, WWAN option, Bluetooth, Modem, 1Gb Ethernet, UltraNav, Secure Chip, FPR, Camera, 6c Li-Ion, No preload Regards, Carlos













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A:T410 User's manual

User's Manual for ThinkPads is a program called Access Help, it's an online user's guide. In order to install that application, you need a computer running Windows Vista, 7, or XP. I'm not sure whether it will install on computers, that are not ThinkPads. It's available here: http://download.lenovo.com/lenovo/content/ddfm/MIGR-74582.html#pa There is also a Safety and Warranty Guide available in .pdf format : http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/document.do?sitestyle=lenovo&lndocid=MIGR-62460  

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I have a T410,   ID  2522-22U. I upgraded to windows 10 with seeming success. My display adapter is Intel HD Graphics and works well. My question is: the Windows 10 that installed is 32-bit but I have an x64 based processor. The 32-bit OS will not utilize 8GB RAM but the T410 will take it. I am wondering what drivers might be affected by upgrading to 64-bit.  
Reading this article, "How to upgrade from a 32-bit to 64-bit version of Windows 10" (https://www.windowscentral.com/how-upgrade-32-bit-64-bit-version-windows-10), I downloaded Sysinternals' program CoreInfo to check the four values this article says must be in place. All are good.
I haven't found on the Lenovo site yet information about T410 driver options. It seems almost that the T410 is all but erased. There should at least be historical information and links. 
My printer driver can update.
I will be looking into specific compents like the Intel HD Graphics.
What Lenovo-specific drivers might there be to upgrade and where are they? I would expect this would not be a problem as this T410 was built with an x64 processor.
All knowledge and experience welcome!
Thanks
 
 
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A:Support for Windows 10 on T410?

ssum wrote:...
I haven't found on the Lenovo site yet information about T410 driver options. It seems almost that the T410 is all but erased. There should at least be historical information and links. 
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Good day.
 
The T410 is considered to be End-of-Life, therefore drivers and documentation available from Lenovo has moved to the EoL support site at: https://download.lenovo.com/eol/
 
Hope this helps to clarify.
Regards.

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Hi!I have previously successfully used my built in 3G modem in my T410, model 2537W6C with Win7 64bit. It's unclear why it has stopped working. I have not touched the SIM card. I don't recall messing with any drivers, broadband-related software, etc.  I have installed drivers "Qualcomm Gobi 2000 HS-USB Modem 9205", version 2.0.7.4 (2011-05-09). The Lenovo "Wireless Radio" app (<Fn>-<F5>) shows Wifi, bluetooth and mobile broadband adapter installed, but only the first two can be toggled on/off. The mobile broadband is stuck in "off". If I press the button to Power on Wireless WAN Radio, the mouse cursor turns into an hourglass, but the WWAN symbol does not turn green (i.e. it is not turned on). I have Ubuntu installed on the same system as Dual boot. Mobile broadband used to work in Ubuntu, but does not appear in the available networks any longer. Please advise what more troubleshooting I could do, and how I can get my Mobile Broadband adapter back to life. 

A:T410 mobile broadband

Helloo and welcomeAny chance the wwan card is captured by Linux' stand by mode while the system boots Windows? That might mean the card can't resume from one of the power mode.Thy to reset the BIOS/EC and laptop power circuits:unplug the power cable and battery, press the power button and hold it for 20...30 seconds. Enter the BIOS Setup, load and save default settings, check out the settings you prefer, save them. Boot laptop.These steps might help but not resove issue until you'll find the way how Linux interacts with modem.

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Hey there.. I have a T410 and I'm trying to upgrade the drive to SSD. However, when I attempt to back up and copy the system to the new drive, nothing takes place. Unfortunately, I purchase this machine as a refurb and, unfortunately, it didn't come with any disc or restore software to create them.When I try to get a copy of Windows 7 pro from Microsoft, they tell me I can't as it's a factory license key. Is it still possible to purchase the recovery disk for this machine? I try to go through the process on Lenovo's main site, but it stops part way, telling me that the machine is no longer supported.I also can't find any other methods of contacting the site to find out.Any help would be appreciated. Thx in advance.

A:T410 Recovery Disk

I just finished typing a suggestion for someone trying to load software onto a T520.  The same advice applies to you:
https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/ThinkPad-T400-T500-and-newer-T/Restoring-a-T520-thinkpad/td-p/4258152
 

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