If the screen image is upside down when you see the BIOS messages then this is not a CentOS problem but rather one with the hardware or firmware itself. You need to ask Lenovo or someone familiar w... [by TrevorH]
on 10/22/2012 – Made popular on 10/22/2012
Dont easily give up if you have a notebook and the manufacturer doesnt provide a support for your special need with your notebook at their official service center. There is always something you can do about that. Take for example you have a Lenovo ThinkPad T410 and want to get a second HDD to work in the Ultrabay.
Comes with 90w AC adaptor
2x 4GB DDR3 Sodimm
1x 128gb SSD (Samsung)
Intel i5 540M
fingerprint reader, Intel wifi, Intel LAN
14.1 screen (1280x800 resolution)
Good condition (9 out of 10, some usual outside scuffs, keys are clean, screen is excellent)
Currently installing Win7 64bit
Recently we bought two Lenovo ThinkPad T530's that came preloaded with Windows 7 by Lenovo. Due to technical issues we have encountered using the Lenovo-preloaded Windows, I must install a fresh and clean copy of Windows 7. These laptops have a Windows 8 sticker and no COA.
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I am very computer illiterate but i am trying to find an answer for a problem. Can you please help me in the simplest of terms? I have a lenovo laptop T61 thinkpad with windows. I am a teacher and use whiteboard with a projector in class. When I connect my projector, Epson, to the laptop, the picture on the screen blows up and i cant get my cursor on several points to get out of pages etc.
I am using UEFI boot and grub. Ever since installation, I haven't been able to open my BIOS menu or my multiboot menu. I am using a Lenovo Z580. When I turn on the laptop, I see the lenovo splash screen and the "Press F2..." on the bottom, and when I press F2 the text changes to "Please wait", but then goes straight to the grub screen.
After fresh installation of kubuntu i've got completely black screen instead of logon screen. I was able to switch to tty1 by using ctrl-alt-f1. No error messages on /var/log/Xorg.0.log. I was able to run kde session on tty8 by executing startx, but seems that opengl did not work. If instead of this kill Xorg process it starts again, sometimes successful.