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32 bit or 64 bit Windows on T410

Question: 32 bit or 64 bit Windows on T410

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?

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Preferred Solution: 32 bit or 64 bit Windows on T410

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Answer: 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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Windows 7 Pro 64bit My wireless loses connection.  Wiindows 7 update trys to install an  Advanced-n 6200 AGN Driver, but the update fails and I have to restore to a prior systems backup. I have "hidden" the update, but is there a solution for this?













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Answer:T410 ThinkPad T410 advanced-n 6200 AGN driver update fail

Hi NickSteel,
 
Welcome to Lenovo Community!
 
Uninstall the current Wifi driver from the system and do not update the drivers from Windows update, use only ThinkVantage system update utility to update the latest drivers for your system hardware.
 
Hope this helps!
 
Best regards,
Hemanth Kumar





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I have a Lenovo T410 Laptop, Windows 7 Professional - x64 that is still under warranty.  In the last few days I keep getting
this dialog box that says "This computer is not running genuine Windows".  When I click the "resolve online now" link it
wants me to install software.  when I run the software, it then prompts me to pay for a genuine copy.
 
The computer was purchased directly from Lenovo, so I am confident that it is running a legitimate copy of Windows. 
 
I called Microsoft, and they had me run the Microsoft Genuine Advantage Diagnostic Tool which showed a corrupt registry
component. Microsoft stated they need the installation CD key to fix this issue and to verify and authenticate the Windows
license.  There was no Windows 7 sticker with the license key anywhere on the computer as far as I can see.  I have searched through the material supplied with the computer, however no windows 7 license or key was provided. 
 
I used a keyfinder tool, but it says the registry entry is corrupt.
 
Where do I find the key?
Model 2516-CTO, S/N XXXXXX
 
Moderator Note: Serial number removed to prevent misuse.

Answer:Need Windows 7 CD key for T410

The sticker should be under the battery.

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Hi, I have a T410 corporate with Windows XP Professional sp3 and I cannot upgrade to a newer OS version. I changed the traditional HD with a Samsung SSD 840 Pro 256GB, but the performance is very, very, very poor: only 60Mb/sec instead of 550Mb/sec of 840 Pro. I know that T410 contain a Sata2 controller, so my expectation is max 230Mb/sec. I know that Trim function is not supported with Windows XP, but SSD is new and empty for 85%. I just enabled AHCI function into BIOS before installing OS, so it is correctly recognized from Windowx XP. I used Samsung Magician 4.1 utility to optimize OS and SSD. I updated driver for Intel 5 Series Sata AHCI Controller to the last available from Lenovo support site. SSD Firmware version is the last available from Magician and from Samsung support site. I tried the same T410 with an SSD OCZ Vertex 4 256GB and the performance are correctly 230Mb/sec due to Sata2 controller. So the problem is on the combination of SSD 840 Pro and Windows XP. Do you have ideas? Thanks

Answer:T410, Samsung SSD 840 Pro and Windows XP

i would go for a windows 7 home edition. i did that on a t400 with a samsung 830 ssd.  

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My New Laptop - T410 with integrated WIndows 7 Professional, I can see DVD ROM in BIOS, also can boot up using Bootable DVD, but I can't see any DVD Drive in Windows, it look disappear and not recognize because I can't see it in Device Manager. Anyone can help???

Answer:T410 - Can't regconize DVD-ROM in Windows 7 Pro

Try taking out the optical drive and reinserting it.

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Hi All, Between me being a newb and Lenovo not sending out a Windows 7 disk with my T410, I never created a recovery disk (don't think it was even written in the little paperwork given in the box).  My hard drive crashed and I'm now in need of a new Windows 7 disk. Ridicously (but not surprisingly) Lenovo wants $40 for a new disk??   Do I have any other (legit) options for a Windows 7 disk? Thanks, A newb 





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Answer:T410 Windows 7 (64-bit) disk?

I think if your hard drive suffers a malfunction before making out restore discs, you might be able to ask for one.

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i've installed windows xp sp2 to my t410 and i'm having problem with 1.pci simple controller 2.pci serial port driver. i've tried to solve the problems in many ways but still cannot get solution. i don't want to upgrade to windows xp sp3 or vista, 7. pls kindly advice me.

Answer:t410 windows xp sp2 driver

so the Lenovo drivers do not install correctly under SP2 pack? if that is the case, then i don't think there is much you can do about that, unless you rewrite the drivers. 

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  Hello, Having issues getting T410 with XP to use an external projector. This is an out of range issue.  The computer definetly "sees" when I plug in the projector but I can't get it to display.  Have updated the drivers and everything works well except this one issue.  I have another T410 with WIn7 and can connect to the same projector flawlessly (FN F7) . I have tried lowering the resolution of the laptop down to 800/600  but still can't get a display on this known good projector. Any ideas/setting in the Nvidea control panel?  Didn't see anything useful in there regarding projectors. katherine

Answer:T410 Windows XP and projectors

I have the same laptop and the same problem. The only way to "solve" the problem, which I have found so far is: turn on laptopplug in projector and choose to display the picture on both screensput the laptop into sleep by presing FN and F4wake up the laptop by pressing FN now you should have the picture on both. when you unplug the projector from the laptop follow the same procedure  it is really annoying bug and I hope it will be fixed soon. 

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Hi,
 
My T410 has a valid product key for Windows 7 professional (I believe it is Lenovo OEM version) and I believe it has Win 7 pre-loaded.  Unfortunately, a IT staff in my company re-write all my disk with a XP image.  He also destroyed the reseration (OS recovery) partition of my disk.
 
I have no choice but to install a RTM image of Windows 7 professional, but I find my product key is invalid for this image.  Can anybody help me out?  TIA!
 
Phil Dai
 
 
edit: personal information removed for your own safety.













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Answer:Activate RTM windows 7 pro on my T410?

I'd suggest you order the "restore to factory" disks from Lenovo. They contain much more than Windows. Have the IT guy pay for them. Nap.

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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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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
 
 
Moderator comment: New post created. Subject edited. Was: Re: Support for Windows 10 on T410s?

Answer: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. 
...
 
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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Trying to install SP1 for Windows 7 x64 and each time after it reboots the PC during installation the SP installation reverts itself due to a failure.  Once I'm allowed to log in I get a windows saying Installation was not successful with an unspecified error and an error code: E_FAIL(0x80004005).  The PC hasn't even been configured yet and I'm trying to do the installation from the factory image.  I have tried installing it through Windows update and from the standalone installation file from the microsoft download center.  Neither works and I get the same message.

Answer:T410 Windows 7 x64 SP1 Installation Error

Try this and see if it fixes it: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2530477

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Hi, I keep getting BSOD randomly despite getting the all-clear sign from Lenovo Health Check module. Appreciate if someone would assist me on this . It has CI.dll as the culprit  thanks, btansg

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Does someone have ISO of ThinkPad branded Windows 7 Professional? I'd like to swap my HDD to SSD and reinstall the OS. I'd be grateful if anyone can send me link. Thanks

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Hi,I have a new T410 with Windows 7 and I am trying to pair several headsets.I downloaded and installed the latest Bluetooth Driver from the Lenovo Update Site.I went to pair my headset.I expected the same as for my XP based T60, as the KB dochttp://forums.lenovo.com/t5/T400-T500-and-newer-T-series/How-do-I-pair-my-Bluetooth-Headset-with-the... However I cannot get the Headset to pair twice, as the Headset and Hands-Free Devices separately. Also, in setting up, the software asked me if I would like to access the Internet for Device Images to which I answered Yes.I would like to turn this off, so that it provides the same Icons as in XP, in the doc above whith which I familiar. I would like to associte separately the Headset and Hands-Free Devices so that I can choose to connect or disconnect the services separately, as I use the services with multiple devices and need to switch on a regular basis between Headset on the PC for VODs and Hands-Free on Cellphone for Phone, or Headset on IPod for music and Hands-Free on PC for IP-Phone. Please can you advise how to achieve this? Thanks.Don

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Hello community. I upgraded my T410 from Windows 7 to Windows 10. Subsequently, several Fn-FX functions like Fn-F3 were no longer accessible. Fn-F5 did work, though.So I installed the T410 Hotkey Features Integration for Windows 8 (3.89.0100) in Windows 8 compatibility mode, on screen display driver version 6.73.01. As a consequence, all Fn-FX functions and the on screen indicators for Num lock/Caps lock etc. are not available anymore. I really would like to restore functionality for a least Fn-F5 and the OSD indicators, any help appreciated!T.

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Hi, I've installed Windows XP on my T410 (2537-25G) I've got 3 unknown devices. PCI serial portPCI Simple Communications controllerunknown device. Any idea what these are.  Thanks Joe. 













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Answer:Windows XP on T410 - unknown drivers

I would recommend that you download and install Lenovo System Update that should find all the drivers/Lenovo software for your  computer and you can select what to download and install. It's also a nice tool to keep your system updated with the latest drivers. -gan

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A friend dropped off a T410 system. Windows is flakey and locks up after about 5 minutes. Ran the HD test program in the BIOS. It finished but gave me a bunch of 0000 Read verification errors though the controller tested fine. What I'd like to do is format the Windows partition and re-install. But I don't have Windows disks (there is a COA sticker for Windows 7 Home Premium 64). Can I build a set of recovery disks from this system? Even if Windows won't run? Any info would be a great help. Thanks.

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Good afternoon all, While I have researched the heck out of this issue I have not been able to come up with anything useful. I have been having this ongoing problem with my Lenovo T410 laptop and the battery charging above 74%. Sometimes the charging light will turn amber, sometimes it will stay green with a random quick flash here and there. I'm trying to determine for a fact if the battery I have is not functioning, or if it's something else causing it. Below are the steps I've taken to troubleshoot. Completely discharged battery and recharged with laptop off.Reseated battery, and attempted to remove dust from battery connection port.Checked Windows 10 registry for settings regarding charging actions at certain percentages.(This was initially upgraded to Win 10) - Fully remove Lenovo Power Manager from machine.Verify using HWInfo64 that it appears the battery health is good (can provide image if requested)Completely reformatted and fresh installed Windows 10There may be a step or two I have forgotten, but if someone asks I'll let you know if I did it or not. I would love to get this fixed as the laptop serves my purposes other than having a fully charged battery. If there's a surefire way to know factually if it's the battery, then I'll go ahead and replace it.Thanks all!!!

Answer:T410 (Windows 10) - Battery Not Charging Above 74%

Have you tried recalibrating the battery? Open Lenovo Power Manager -> switch to advanced -> Battery -> Battery Maintenance -> Perform Reset. It will take a lot of time to complete, don't remove AC power while this is running. Let it run while you are sleeping or something similar so that you won't have to interrupt the process.

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I am trying to upgrade my T410 (originally, Windows 7 Pro 32 bits) using Microsoft Retail DVD - Windows 7 64 Ultimate. After I boot up from DVD ... I get "Loading Windows", then followed by "Starting Windows" - after that, no more response.  What is wrong here?  Thanks,TS













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Answer:T410 Windows 7 64 Ultimate Install

Problem fixed.   Reason - T410 cannnot use high density RAM modules (iCore 5 only).  I tried using the memory modules from my W540 (iCore 7) - which are high density.  T410 only uses low density RAM modules. 

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Hello everybody, I am trying to set up the bluetooth to work on Windows 8. Funnily enough everything went smooth with Ubuntu 14.04.So I am 100% sure this laptop has bluetooth hardware. Still, on the support website there is driver for bluetooth.It says it should be included in Windows 8 but I can't find it.Nor I can find the proper device in my control panel. Any hint? Thank you all.  

Answer:T410 2537 NQ6 bluetooth under Windows 8

Hello, Are you sure Windows 8 didn't install its native Bluetooth drivers? I've never had any problems with Bluetoothinstallation on any ThinkPads when either clean installing or upgrading to Windows 8. If you have the Thinkpad Hotkey Features Integration package installed, you can press FN+F5 to open upyour WiFi-Bluetooth window and enable the Bluetooth there. If not, the package is here: Hotkey Features Integration for Windows 8 See if this doesn't resolve the issue. Cheers.

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hello, I have installed Windows 10 on my Thinkpad t410 2518-4ju and I dont remember what bluetooth I have had before. But now I have generic driver from microsoft , I would like to replace it. I need to connect Logitech MX master Bluetooth mouse, I suppose that I cant due to driver incompatibilty. regards 

Answer:t410 25184ju bluetooth 4 under windows 10

Go into device manager, and properties of said device, details tab.Select hardware ids.Post the pci\ven info. mouse driver:http://support.logitech.com/en_us/product/mx-master

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I upgraded my Lenovo T410 to Windows 10 Pro yesterday and now want to turn on the Hyper-V feature. However, the Hyper-V Hypervisor checkbox in the Windows Features remains greyed out. When I try to enable it, Windows says, "Hyper-V cannot be installed: Virtualization support is disabled in the firmware."  I assume this is refering to the BIOS settings. However, in the BIOS (in the Config:CPU section)  I have enabled the only two settings related to virtualization:Intel Virtualization Technology: EnabledIntel VT-d Feature: Enabled I ran sysinternals coreinfo which reports:HYPERVISOR -  Hypervisor is presentVMX                 *  Supports Intel hardware-assisted virtualizationEPT                  *  Supports Intel Extended Page Tables (SLAT) I am interpreting this to mean that everything is good from the BIOS/chip perspective and that the Hypervisor is simply not installed. The T410 is equipped with the following:Latest BIOS (v1.45) for the T410.Intel iCore 5 M540 cpu4GB RAMIs anyone else having trouble getting Hyper-V to install on Windows 10 Pro/Enterprise? Is there any command line tool that I can use to tell Windows so that it realizes that the chipset supports virtualization? thanks   

Answer:Cannot enable Windows 10 Pro Hyper-V on T410

Hello and welcome,
 
Out of my depth here but have you done a full power-off power-on reboot since enabling VT?
 
On older BIOSen particularly the VT setting wasn't seen by OS and apps until a full power cycle happened.
 
Z.

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First it seems you cannot buy an XP downgraded machine directly from Lenovo anymore, even from the business portal (this is for business use). Can anyone confirm this ? Our company hasn't bought from lenovo directly before. We have always bought from DELL but have had some problems with them recently. I suspect that Lenevo is still delivering XP machines to certain clients. Second, I found many resellers with XP downgraded T410's available and decided on a T410 25148JU (available from 90 sellers on shopping.google.com). Can anyone confirm that, for this exact model, that the machine comes with XP installed (Rather than with Windows 7 and rights/or CD's for XP-pro). I don't want to spend hours having to reinstall XP and all the drivers; I want XP ready to go.  













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Answer:T410 with Windows XP Professional availability ?

Is it possible you entered the model wrong? There is no 2514-anything. If you mean 2518-4ju, that model came with XP

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I have installed on my Thinkpad T410 (MIM: 2522AR3) Windows 10 PRO 32 bits and works fine. I need to upgrade from Windows 10 32 bits to 64 bits and I follow all the Microsoft steps in order to do a clean installation of the 64 bits version. I generate the ISO image on an USB stick in order to boot the notebook with this USB stick. Up to this point all works fine. The problem starts when I want to boot with the 64 bits ISO on my USB stick. The installation begin but some minutes after, the notebook shut down and  start booting again and again, until I disconnect the USB stick. I recieved no messagges. So, I can not install the 64 bits Windows 10 version. Some of you experienced the same problem? It is possible to install Windows 10 64 bits versión on a T410?  I will thanks a lot your comments and/or recommendations. Thanks in advance and have a nice day!! 

Answer:Thinkpad T410 and Windows 10 64 bits.

Try booting the computer using the USB stick, then once it boots then remove the USB stick, and let the install take place.  My guess is during the install the computer reboots at some point and with the USB stick still in the machine it boots to it first and keeps rebooting automatically as a result.  I seem to recall a time given before the system restarts if no selection is made.   

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I have T410 ThinkPad that I bought with Win7 Pro but had to put XP on when I first bought if for a contract I was working on.  I'd now like to put Win7 Pro back on, but I can't find the media.  Where can I get a full Win7 Pro w/ drivers for my machine?













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Answer:Need Windows 7 Media for T410 2516-CTO

Hello and welcome,
 
You should be able to order media from support:
 
 

United States
THINK-branded products
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1-800-426-7378
24 hours/day7 days/week
IDEA-branded andB, C, E, G, H, K, N, Q, V, Y Series Products
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1-877-4-Lenovo(1-877-453-6686)
24 hours a day 7 days a week

 
 
 
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Hi,Just received my T410. So far everything is super. Except that there is no windows "sticker" on the latptop. I had one on my T42 and that also meant that the XP on that machine is legal. But this T410 has no sticker .Is it ok? Does yours have sticker on it? If not then how do you know what's the windows key when reinstalling it?













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Answer:Windows 7 sticker missing from T410

Under the battery?

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hi, i want to install 2008 r2 in my laptop T410. i tried to boot and it asked me for cd/dvd controller. do i have to do any configuration in bios cause i didn´t find the controller in lenovo support. Thank you! 

Answer:windows server 2008 r2 in t410

So you're trying to install Windows Server 2008R2 and it gives you this message?

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Hi, Went to T400/T500 forum and searched for "Bluetooth" before posting here. I just replaced the daughter card on my T410. On cold boot, works fine. After sleep, the device disappears ENTIRELY. No power options, no services attached, etc. What gives? Anyone else have this problem? Steps to resolve? Rebooting. Thanks.

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I'm a T410 Owner, and i want to upgrade it to 64bit since i just bought a new 4 GB RAM.My Thinkpad is covered with 3 years warranty.Will Lenovo Service Center do it for free ? assuming it is still under warranty or how much should i pay them to do the upgrade ?It is hard for me in Indonesia to buy the Lenovo Rescue and Recovery DVD for 64bit version. Is anybody have a solution for my problem ?I want to have the original  64bit backup partition and all thinkpad drivers in it. Thanks.

Answer:T410 Windows 7 32bit Upgrade to 64bit

hey silverseraph,with regards to this, do contact our support team via the link below:http://www.lenovo.com/contact/id/en/





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Hi to all!Recently i'm facing huge problems with the keyboard of my T410. The Laptop shuts down when I press "Alt Gr", if I press shutdown - the screen spins several times before shutting down, if I use the arrow-keys the screen also flips, the normal letter-keys won't work at all. Every pressed Button makes a little beepsound. The scrolling-funktion on the touchpad doesnt work either. Using an USB-Keyboard / Mouse, I have no problems at all. I have installed the latest drivers and bios-update. This problem is there after I upgraded windows 8 to windows 8.1. All windows-updates have been made. Do you have any tips to use my Laptop as a laptop again? At the moment I have a small desktop PC as the laptop won't work without usb-keyboard and muse. I looking forward to your replies. Best regards

Answer:T410 - Keyboard problems after Windows 8.1 upgrade

Did you perform an in-place upgrade to Windows 8.1?Can you re-run ThinkVantage System Update and have it update your drivers?

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My t410 was running BIOS version 1.35, and I was trying to use it with 4 displays. After more than 10 hours of reading the knowledgebase, forums, and googling for help, I had come across many articles that probably would have held the solution except when I tried to do the steps involved there was always something that didn't work. So, I decided to flash update the bios to version 1.43 to see if that would fix the problem, and now whenever I power on the laptop, the bios loads, but then I get an error saying "ERROR 1802: Unauthorized network card is plugged in - power off and remove the miniPCI network card."So, 1) How do I solve the network card problem, and 2) How do I run more than 2 screens simultaneously. My machine type model is 25376T1Embedded controller version: 1.18 (I don't know what this is)My computer specs: i7 Core, 8 GB RAM, NVIDIA 3100M Graphics (mostly integrated, some discrete graphics as well, I don't know how much of either).

Answer:Updated bios and t410 won't boot windows

Okay, so I am now aware that the problem with the network card was that it was not bought from Lenovo and only supported on the specific bios version 1.35. That problem is now solved, does anybody have any ideas for my second concern?

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I have a dual screen setup for using Photoshop CS5 on Windows 7 Professional. The monitors are HP L2045W. If I use either the generic device driver or the Windows Vista one (there is no Win 7 driver) then when I open a file in CS5, the file window is transparent. If I drag the window handle, then I see a preview of the image, but as soon as I release the window then it disappears again. CHanging the screen resolution and back again (currently 1600 x 1050 which is recommended for the 2045) temporarily fixes the problem, but then the issue appears again. I've only seen this with CS5 and no other application. Any ideas?

Answer:T410 with NVS3100 Windows 7 64 bit Photoshop problem

I found that when I am running Photoshop CS5 using a docked T410 and an external monitor (via Displayport-to-HDMI cable), I can only see a window flooded with grey color, but not the picture I am working on. If I open T410's laptop I can see the picture displayed correctly, and if I then close the lid the external monitor starts to show the picture, too. Any idea what's causing this? My graphics card is NVIDIA® NVS3100M 512MB (switchable graphics). Thank you,

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Hi Friends, I have Lenovo Thinkpad T410 with Windows 7 (64-bit). The RAM I have is 4 GB, but it shows usable as 3 GB only. As per my knowledge 64 bit shouldnt' have any limitation of 3GB max RAM. Could any one help me if I need to make any configuration cganges to maike 4GB usable. Even in BIOS I could not find any setting for this. Thanks in advance. RegardsVamshi

Answer:T410 RAM installed 4.00 GB but shows usable 3 GB - Windows 7 64 bit

Its dicated by hardware and each machine is different. There are reservered areas in some systems. Additionally all Intel GPU use memory from the DDR main memory pool and will lock that out from use. If you look down that road you'll likely see that and how much has be allocated. It can change with some GPU's which grab more on demand.





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Having upgraded my T410 from XP to Windows 8.1 I am unable to get the blue Thinkvantage to work.  I have downloaded and installed Update 5.05 from Lenovo but to no avail.  Can anyone help me please?  Thank You.

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Hi,I got a new Lenovo T410 laptop (Type 2252-AT6) which came with WinXP. I upgraded to Windows 7 but found that the screen resolution was really limited. The maximum I'm able to get is 1440 X 900 which is very disappointing as the WinXP install previous on the same machine was much better.I tried installing all the video drivers from the downloads from the Lenovo support but none appear to help. Is that the maximum I can get Win7? And do I have to go back to WinXP to get the better screen resolution on the same machine. Appreciate any replies.Regards,Paul. 

Answer:What's the maximum Screen Resolution (Windows 7) on a T410?

you mean that is the maximum screen resolution on the internal LCD? or the external screen?

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I have a T410 with Windows 7 Professional which Microsoft invited to upgrade to Win 10. In "preparing" the computer for Win 10 a message indicated that some functions would not work. I did not realize that in taking the next step (whateve that was at the time) it would gto ahead with the upgrade. I found that the offer to choose "when" to upgrade was a choice of three different pre-assigned days. I had to turn off the computer to stop the upgrade, there was no other way (I tried Task Manager, Process Explorer, Alt F4, etc.). Now it is just reserved and waiting. My concerns are:      -will an upgrade result in a Windows 10 "Professional"? or will distinctions between "Home" and "Profesional" be lost?     -the preparation process indicated that Intel PROSet/ Wireless would have to be re-installed. As best as I can understand from the Intel site the wireless adaptor | Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6200 AGN | in the T410 is not supported in Win 10. The Intel site said to go to the manufacturer. Will Lenovo have an update for this?     -Intel PROSet/Wireless may not be critical to me but a wireless driver will be. Will the T410 wireless function still function? Has anyone had experience with the T410 moving to Win 10? Thanks. 

Answer:Is upgrading ThinkPad T410 to Windows 10 risky?

Hi and welcome, ssumOfficially, upgrade to the win10 on the T410 isn't supported:https://support.lenovo.com/us/en/documents/ht103535- win10 reduction matches the source OS.- definitely, Lenovo will not update the win10 drivers for the Intel 6200 itself, it's a deal of the Intel. But as you noticed there are no upgrades toohttps://downloadcenter.intel.com/product/59470/Intel-Centrino-Advanced-N-6200-Dual-Band- win8/10 manages wireles features from the metro app (Lenovo Settings, https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/apps/lenovo-settings/9wzdncrfj12p#app-details) and Charms. For metro app some drivers are needed:http://support.lenovo.com/us/en/products/laptops-and-netbooks/thinkpad-t-series-laptops/thinkpad-t41...Note there are not only win10 incompatible laptop components, but applications also.

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Hi All,
 
i recently updated my ThinkPad T410 with the latest build of windows 10 insider preview build 10586now same of the key on the key board are not working while others are, i have tried to uninstall the keyboards drivers with nor success anyone with a work around to this problem?
 
Thanks Bobby.
 
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Answer:T410 Keyboard Failure after Windows 10 update

Hi bobbym,
 
Welcome to Lenovo Forums!
 
Did you tried checking with the external keyboard? If not please try checking with the external keyboard and let me know what happens.
 
For your information, windows 10 upgradation is not compatible with T410 laptop. However, please find the link given below for your better understanding.
https://support.lenovo.com/us/en/documents/ht103535
https://support.lenovo.com/us/en/documents/ht103611
 
Please let me know whether the above step helped you.
Thank you, have a good day.
 
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Hi, I am hoping someone can help me with resolving the issues I'm having trying to install Win7Pro 64-BitI recently upgraded the memory on my Lenovo T410 Thinkpad from 4GB to 8GB under Windows 7 32-Bit but as I later found out that there wasn't a reliable hack to allow me to use the extra RAM so I decided to move all my files off the machine and then do a clean install of Windows 7 32-Bit.Unfortunately, I have had nothing but problems with the install, resulting in a BSOD every time. To give full details of what I have tried, see the list below:Downloaded a version of Win7Pro 64-Bit and created a bootable USB using Microsoft's bootable USB creation softwareTried to boot and install the softwareDownloaded another 2 different versions of Win7Pro 64-Bit for COA installs from the Microsoft website and created the bootable USB again with each of these and tried the installation again.Used the Rufus software to create the bootabe USB drive (version rufus-1.4.9) and this gave the same results.I also used the Novicorp WinToFlash 0.8.0009 software to create the bootable USB but this made no difference.I have tried deleting the other partitions on the hard drive when given the option in the initial stages of the Win7 64-Bit setup but this made no difference.I then created a UEFI bootable USB drive and tried this and this had the same issuesAll in, I think I have tried the install about 10 times and have never managed to get anywhere with it.ResultsThe furthest I have got with this is t... Read more

Answer:T410 Windows 7 Professional 64-Bit Install BSOD

Is BIOS version up to date?

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I am getting intermittent BSODs on my Thinkpad T410.  I am running windows 7 and the computer has been checked multiple ways for latest drivers, memory errors and harddisk errors.   Also have had minidumps analyzed by volunteer on answers.microsoft.com.   I am looking for anyone who may have insight into this issue.Any help appreciated. Paul T. 

Answer:Thinkpad T410 and intermittent BSOD Windows 7

What message are you getting on the blue screen? Have you tried reloading factory OS?

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I want to upgrade my 2010 T410 to 64 bit Windows 7; it came preconfigured with 32bit with no recovery disc, no Windows disc or even a Windows 7  sticker with OS serial number on the laptop.   Is there an easy way to do this?  













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Answer:T410 Windows 7 32bit to 64bit upgrade

It is hard to believe that there is no sticker on the back of your thinkpad. Anyway you can not just upgrade the system to 64bit. You have to reinstal your system. But not sure about saving your files or configuration. There might be some useful tools to do that

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I have recently purchased a Lenovo ThinkPad T410 laptop.....afraid I'm a bit of an ignoramous in the subject of modern technology.....anyway, the lid has been slammed down fairly hard and when I turned it on following this, it brings up the 'Windows Start Up' screen, then nothing further happens - just stays like that.  Have tried running it in safe mode, but then it asks for the original discs...which I don't have!!! Please help??!!!!

Answer:Lenovo T410 not booting beyond Windows start up

Hi Charlierose,
 
Welcome to Lenovo Community!
 
We understood that you are facing the issue with system No booting on your ThinkPad T410.
As you have mentioned that it is prompting for Original Disc I suggest you to take the data backup in other system before installation.
 
First check if the system is shipped with pre-loaded OS, if it is pre-loaded OS then you can perform system restore from Blue ThinkVantage button, which is available on your system next to power button.
 
If it is not pre-loaded then you have to contact the reseller for further assistance or you can purchase the recover disc from nearby authorized Lenovo service center.
 
Hope this helps. 
 
Best regards,

Hemanth Kumar

 





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The subject pretty much says it all. We have a Windows 7 Ultimate laptop 32 bit with Bitlocker on

Answer:Screensaver does not turn on when docked with a T410 32-bit Windows 7

Using IE9 of course! - We have a T410 with Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit, that when docked the screensaver does not come on. It works fine when disconnected from the dock. Any suggestions?

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I've just bought a T410 with Windows 7 Home Premium 32-bit. Since this is a student program, I'm not able to choose the edition nor 64-bit of Windows for expanding my RAM to 8GB (4GB installed in one-slot).  Instead, the agent asked me to call lenovo for buying a 64-bit recovery disc which to be shipped in 2 weeks... Question 1)My machine has a "lenovo Enhanced Experience" sticker on that, I assume that it has the EE version of Win 7 pre-installed (even it doesn't mention in the leaflet).  Will the 64-bit recovery disc to be ordered with EE enabled (or should I say EE fine-tuned?  I guess it's a Windows tuning instead)?  I really like the way lenovo fine-tuned the machine, the performance is great and I want to preserve it  Question 2)I have a legal license of Windows 7 Pro 64-bit and the clean disc from Microsoft MSDNAA.  Assume that my machine is now equipped with Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit, will it still preserve the "lenovo EE fine-tuning" if I use the MS disc to upgrade it into Professional? When I call lenovo and give them the product code(type number), they can tell whether my machine is EE enabled, they just said it depends if the EE sticker is found on the machine... Your reply is much appreicated, I'll wait before attempting to call back to lenovo for ordering the 64-bit disc...





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Hello, I tried to install Windows Server 2012 R2 in VirtualBox on my T410. When Windows loads the files there was an error 0x000000C4 I tried CMPXCHG16B but it doesn't work. What i should do?

Answer:Windows Server 2012 R2 in VirtualBox on T410

Check VirtualBox forums https://forums.virtualbox.org/viewforum.php?f=2





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Hey Guys,is there any driver for a T410 with a Gobi 2000 W-Wan Card what is actually working? Already tried the Windows 7 driver, the beta win 8.1 driver, installed several programs but there is always the error massage "No supported System". Any advice? Thanks so far

Answer:T410 Gobi 2000 Driver for Windows 8.1

just a little addition: i know that the T410,T420 are not supported officially i already fount the list (http://support.lenovo.com/us/en/documents/ht079684) but i wonder if someone has a little trick to get it working. Since i really need that WWAN Card working

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I purchased a T410 about a month ago. Intermittently, the computer hangs for several seconds when moving between thumbnails on the task bar and sometimes when moving to the menu bar for any of the Microsoft Office applications that I am running. Are there any solutions to this problem. It is very irritating! 

Answer:Thinkpad T410 Running Windows 7 Professional Hangs

I have the same problem...any help out there???

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In order to power up my T410 with Windows 10, I have to press the power button and then when Windows 10 brings up the sign on screen, I can then swipe my finger to sign in. I have the boxed checked in the Lenovo the fingerprint software to use fingerprint for power up and the green light is lit on the scanner. Using Thinkvantage Fingerprint software verison 5.5.9 build 7282.
 
Moderator note:added model and OS to subject for increased visibility
 

Answer:T410 Windows 10: Fingerprint Reader not working on powerup

Windows 10 is not officially supported on your T410, but for any chance of this to work you need to be using ThinkVantage Fingerprint Software version 6.0 (not 5.9.9)
 
http://support.lenovo.com/us/en/downloads/ds036923
 
After installing this version, you may need to delete all your fingerprints and enroll them again.

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I noticed in windows 7, when I try to resume from standby, it fails with a HDD user password set (the only one).  I set my system so I can swipe my finger to power on.  This much works.  When I press the power button, or swipe my finger when the system is in sleep, the system fans will power-on, and the HDD LED will momentarily blink, and the machine will act as if it is starting, but that fails.  The ring around the power-button continues to do its slow blink and the fans spin, but it never resumes. I've tried all the latest BIOS updates and drivers. I use an FDE HDD and it is useless without the password, so removing the password is NOT an option. Thanks.

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Hi guys, hope you can assist me with this. I have a really strange behavour, I must say... I received a T410 and worked two days on it. From one office I moved to another location and worked for some hours. After lunch I started the machine again, but neither touchpad nor keyboard is working. If I connect a pointer via USB on the machine the pointer is working, keyboard unfortunately not. Ok. Admins installed it new. I worked one day, next morning same issue. Well, back to admins, reinstallation completed. Again for two days I could work without any problem. So as it happened the third time admins decided to provide me a new hardware: I received a T420. I have been working with this one week without any error. During christmas I took the notebook home. I had been working with it for one hour. I used a USB-to-bluetooth wireless pointer. No problems so far.I got back in the office this morning an guess what?!?!?! Same problem as for the T410: Windows is starting up but touchpad and kayboard is not working at all! What did I? In my opinion nothing special:1) Started up machine2) Added pointer3) Connected via WLAN to network at home (settings for Home-Network applying)4) Packed the notebook into my suitcase and took the flight.5) Back at the office connected via LAN to network, connected via VGA to monitor, added usb-keyboard, added pointer. What can this be? I mean I'm able to destroy to different machines! Only common is Windows 7 and T4xx series..... Read more

Answer:T410 and T420 keyboard and touchpad not working windows 7

Yeah! Found ound myself!  The issue is that I changed the setting from my mouse in the control panel. I received a message asking me about deinstalling the driver for the touchpad. I clicked on "Yes" and after restard it is blocked. A buddy had the same issue as he changed the setting to switch of touchpad. I reinstalled the driver, now I do not get the message any more and I can change my settings. After reboot still working.

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HI I have a Lenovo T410 laptop, in which I have formatted my hard drive completely including all default drives. Now I have a single partition, when I try to install the windows 7 with the recovery CDs which  I have created when my laptop was working correctly. But it will boot with that DVD but stops at the screen "Loading Windows". Is there any settings I need to change before installing windows 7 to the bios or something. I tried with the other Windows 7 DVD from Microsoft MSDN, even though i am not successfull. Actually after deleted all the drives I have installed Windows XP and it was successful and when I try to install Windows 7 it is not going through. Please anyone suggest me any tips on how to install Windows 7 on my hard drive. Are there any other settings I need to chanage?Thanks.

Answer:Windows 7 Installation on my Formatted Drive in Lenovo T410

The recovery discs that you have created are not Windows Install Discs, which is how you are trying to use them. They are system restore disc. Generally speaking they will reimage your harddrive so that it is what it was when it left the factory. I believe to use those discs properly during boot you need to hit the F11 key to start the system restore tool. I believe after that you will be given the choice of what you want to do from there. I think you will need to do a full restore. Once it is done, your computer's harddrive will probably be partitioned the same way it was when it left the factory. You can use Windows to shrink the partition if you want to create other partitions on the drive.

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Hello, If any body has the thinkpad T410, windows 7,  still working properly, would you please help create recovery (to factory condition) files and email me those.  My laptop is not working and I don't have all the recovery discs to recover it. Thank you very much. 

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I have had my new T410 (I7), with Windows 7, for two weeks.  This morning I started the laptop and I could access the start button or the program icons on the task button.  I called tech support in Atlanta, and was told I had a corrupt operating system and would have to reimage the hard drive which will require backing up my data and, after reimaging, reinstalling my programs and data.  Is there any alternative to this royal pain?  Bob

Answer:T410, Windows 7--start button and task bar frozen

urgh, mine started freezing today. I have a T410s. It started off with Access Connections constantly freezing. I don't want to reimage my SSD

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Hi, is anyone else experiencing daily video accelerator crashing on T410 Windows 10?  I have two units and they both crash after resuming the display after auto screen turn off.  I have tried all the suggestions online from all over the web and nothing works.  I hope that Lenovo will do something about this.  Or, does anyone know how to stop this annoyance?  Many thanks.

Answer:T410 Windows 10 Intel Video Driver Crashing

Welcome Gigglez
 
 
1. Is your T410 comes with only Intel GPU or both Intel / NVIDIA Optimus?
 
2. Is your existing drivers installed automatically by Windows or is it downloaded and installed from Lenovo Support?3. You could download and install a newer version of Intel HD Drivers*. Download and install NVIDIA driver also if it comes with it.*As T410 is already more than 5 years old, Intel and Lenovo may not provide supports and newer drivers to match newer version of Windows.If this 3 steps does not resolve your problem, you may have to revert your T410 to Windows 7. 
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Hi, I've upgraded to Windows 10 and it seems I've lost my Bluetooth driver. I have T410 with Wireless Intel Centrino Ultimate-N 6300 AGN.I'd appreciate your support on fixing this issue, thanks. Waddie

Answer:T410 bluetooth driver missing after upgrading to Windows 10

Dear Waddie,
 
Welcome in lenovo community,
 
I think that you are facing a compatibility  issue,
 
Cause lenovo did not test or released all the compatible windows 10 drivers for the T410 yet.
 
But you can try to right click the BT driver from the device manager and choose Update Driver Software.
 
Drivers Link
 
Lenovo supported systems list for Windows 10 Upgrade
 
Regards,
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My system is 2 weeks old.  This Friday it started exhibiting unacceptable behavior.  After resuming from hibernate on 2518-AJU (i5, Optimus graphics, bios 1.34) I get a black screen entitled "windows resume loader" which says "The last attempt to resume the system from its previous location failed.  Attempt to resume again".  There are two choices: "continue with system resume" or "delete restoration data and proceed to system boot menu".  The behavior after choosing "continue with system resume" is inconsistent.   Sometimes it resumes fine, other times it proceeds to system boot menu and will only boot in safe mode, sometimes it boots fine from the boot menu.  This occurs after the system has been in hibernate mode for ~15 minutes or more. Installed an addition 4mb RAM for a total of 6mb.  The behavior started 8 days after the memory upgrade so I do not think it can be traced to the new memory. I ran a complete system diagnostics test, disabled the optimus graphics, disable AMT, disabled hibernation - rebooted and enabled hibernation. Any idea what is causing the resume failure in the first place? Thanks, Stu 

Answer:T410 Black Screen - Windows Resume Loader

Are all of your drivers up to date?Maybe run a CHKDSK on your system partition? Perhaps the data is getting corrupted as it touches down onto the platters.

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Could someone recommend a fast 750-1GB hybrid drive for my laptop.   I don't want an SSD..













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Answer:Recommendation for Hybrid drive for ThinkPad T410 Windows 7 Pro 64

Do you plan on running Windows on your T410?

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The camera driver from RICOH does not work in W10. How can I replace the RICOH driver with the standard Windows 10 driver from Microsoft?

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Hi All When I run my video drivers with the standard VGA it works fine but I can't use my analog VGA port to a projector or external monitor without changing the BOS settings.  If I install the Windows 7/Vista video drivers for the Intel HD Graphics, it appears to install ok, then, when I reboot, it starts to flash (it appears to be going through various modes) and then eventually comes up with a BSOD.  I have tried the latest version and a previous version of the same driver. Any ideas? ThanksA

Answer:T410, Intel HD Graphics and Windows Server 2008

Windows 7 drivers should work, but the applications asociated with the drivers (a.k.a "panel control") won't work. Officialy, Windows Server 2008 isn't supported by Lenovo. You can try to enter to Intel's site and checke there if they had published a working driver for your operative system. Best regards.





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Has anyone been successful getting Bitlocker to work in a no touch scenario?  Here is my process and it is flawed. New notebooks are shipped with the security chip in an Inactive state.  The security chip is changed to Active and the machine is imaged.  After the machine has booted for the first time the TPM is initialized using the EnableBitlocker.vbs script from Microsoft.  This is where I have a problem.  After the TPM is initialized, the machine shuts down.  It needs to be powered back on and the F10 key needs to confirm a change to the TPM, even though it has already been set to Active prior to initializing it in Windows.  After F10 confirms the change, the drive does not start to encrypt automatically. If the machine is imaged again and goes through the same exact process, it will complete without any user interaction and the drive will start to encrypt automatically.  This is because the TPM has already gone through the F10 confirmation.  What are your thoughts?  Is there a way to receive notebooks from Lenovo with a TPM in a ready state?  We are trying to deploy 250 notebooks with Bitlocker encryption and need to have a process that will work smoothly.  Thank you













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Answer:T410/T410S/T510 - Windows 7 & Bitlocker process

Same here! I am already in touch with Lenovo and they pointed me towards this: http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/document.do?sitestyle=lenovo&lndocid=MIGR-68488 I can successfully change the SecurityChip mode from Inactive to Active or Disabled, whatever I want, but this doesn't change the fact that I still have to hit F10 once I turn Bitlocker on via manage-bde -tpm -turnon, which is still neccessary, although TPM is in an active state! I'm still in an PoC phase, but if this works, I'm going to deploy this to about 5000 notebooks, so hitting F10 during every installation is no option. Anyone with a solution? Btw, I'm working on an R500! ThanksDavid

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I have noticed when having installed and updated W7 Prof and run System Update installing HOTKEY Feature Int function incl patch it dows not work. After having uninstallning the version from System Update above and replaced it with HOTKEY V3.81 it works.  How come?

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Hi. guys. I am looking for an SSD upgrade of my T410. I want to use the SSD as boot drive with operation system installed on it and have an second HDD to be installed in the optical DVD tray to store data. I like the original thinkpad system really much and want to keep using the thinkpad system on my SSD. Therefore I can have all the thinkpad software like rescue and recovery and power management. And also the keyboard function such as fn+f5, fn+f7 and the blue thinkvantage button. So I just wanna know how to get a SSD with thinkpad system pre-installed? If I need to go to thinkapd service provider to get help? Or just order the SSD from lenovo? Thanks a lot!

Answer:T410 upgrade to SSD with original thinkapd windows system?

Why no one is answering the question? Waiting for answer. Thanks.

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The camera driver from RICOH does not work in W10. How can I replace the RICOH driver with the standard Windows 10 driver from Microsoft?

Answer:T410 2518-40G Windows 10 Camera Driver Replacement

Hi kstrid,Warm Greetings & welcome back to Lenovo Community, happy to have you here.As I understand that you are facing issue with Integrated Camera in ThinkPad T410 which is running Windows 10.
 
Please check this thread for your reference.
 
I hope the above information helped you.
Please feel free to post in Lenovo Community Forums if you have any further queries!
 
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I own a Lenovo LapTop computor, Model 2537-BN7-4 Thinkpad T10 that had Windows 7 on it that I upgraded to Windows 10 this afternoon. After the installation of Windows 10 was complete, I selected to continue to use Chrome for my internet browser, after which the mouse froze on the chrome setup welcome.html. How do I go about fixing thiis so that I can unfreeze my computor? I am forced to send this message from my older computor with windows XP version, as my laptop is frozen. How do I force the laptop to close, as the system is currently frozen?

Answer:How to unfreeze a T410 Laptop after windows 10 stopped working

 Hi teecal,Welcome to Lenovo Community,  As you mentioned you just did upgrade to Windows 10. Normally after upgrading to Windows 10 the Windows start to recognize all the hardware and drivers on your machine to upgrade them to the latest version. In this case at the first 1-2 days of upgrading you will be experiencing some minor issue with the machine. So, it is better to just restart the machine and make sure it is connected to the Internet and just leave it for 24 hours and let all the update will be done.  Regards, **If the issue has been resolved please, mark me as solution provided to help others find the solution easily and click the Kudos.** 

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Hi, We are configuring a T410 2518-C3U with our own XP image. We have two unknown devices left. One is a PCI device VEN_1180 DEV_E230. Google shows this is a Ricoh card reader. The two Ricoh card reader drivers on the website seem to be for USB devices and as a result don't apply. Technical support was only able to point to article MIGR_72586, but that does not list T410 devices. The second one is a USB device: usb\vid_147e&PID_2016That seems to be the fingerprint co-processor. We installed the one driver that is shown in the T410 list as being related to the security suite. Any tips welcome! TxBas

Answer:Windows XP Ricoh driver missing on website for T410

Hi. Before Imaging the PC, check the Hard disk,There is a folder called SWTools which has all the drivers.Cheers,Behzad

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I upgraded the factory Windows 7 Professional to Windows 10 Pro. During upgrade, everything went well. When setting up Skype, I found out that the integrated webcam does no longer work. Anybody had the same problem? Any solution|driver for Windows 10?













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Answer:Windows 10 upgrade Thinkpad T410 Webcam Not Working After

HiSo here is how I solved the integrated camera being not recognized/detected by Windows 10.- I went Into Device Manager, uninstalled the unrecognized USB device.- Shut down the laptop. Removed the battery.- Pry out the plastic frame surrounding the screen to uncover the camera.- Remove the two screws retaining the camera and unplug it.- put back the battery and wait for Windows to load and log in as usual.- wait for all drivers and programs to load normally.- plug the camera back in.- you'll normally hear Windows detecting a new device and will automatically install it. Check your device manager for an imaging device. You should see an imaging device in the list.- to test if it's working properly, you can use Skype and see if it detects the camera in the video settings.

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Hello. The internal web-cam functions great.The internal audio also functions great (including the hotkey buttons to mute/increase/decrease volume).The internal microphone does NOT function at all! The hotkey button also does not function (but the LED functions during boot-up). I am under the impression it is a software driver issue; but I cannot find the proper drivers anywhere.The Microsoft "driver date" for the microphone right now is listed as: 11/19/2010 If anyone has a functioning microphone: Could you please check the driver information for me?Thanks! Oh, and here is a CPU-Z of my machine:- http://valid.canardpc.com/j56s35

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My T410 2522 MZ5 has been upgraded from Windows 7 to Windows 8 for almost a year. But in the driver download section of this web never have the driver for Qualcomm Gobi 2000 WWAN connection.I see some members of this forum had the same problem but he said he found a beta version of the driver in this thread (http://forums.lenovo.com/t5/T400-T500-and-newer-T-series/Windows-8-Gobi-2000/m-p/1172795#M81910). So anyone please give me a link to download this driver.Thank you very much and sorry for my Engish may not quite good.

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Reinstalling a Thinkpad T410 Windows 7 Pro 64bit:  all is fine through Windows 7 SP1,  then all Thinkpad (Thinkvantage) drivers and then all the Windows security patches (to October 2013).HOWEVER loading some optional windows updates ( Bluetooth), or Windows .Net, or some of the other optional updates result in -get this- any keyboard entry freezing the currently active application it is meant for.  All other applications open and work fine as long as only the mouse is used. A keyboard entry only freezes the application it is meant for.  I once succeeded in having Google respond by entering a VOICE search item, but could never cut and paste ( -> keyboard entry!) into a Google search or any application Some other clues: rolling back (windows restore points) sometimes but NOT always return to a machine in good status. And starting in safe mode, the problem disappears. I have not had the patience to figure out which service /driver is causing the keyboard glitch. Will be ignoring these optional updates for now, but it would be good to know the reason this is happening ( a strange combination of drivers / inappropriate order loading updates? )  





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In trying to fix some unrelated problems with a second hard drive, I used the Storage Manager in the Administrative Tools.  I accidentally marked the main user partition (C: drive) as active.  That in turn caused the hidden recovery partition to become unbootable.  The C: partition is not bootable, so now all that happens is a "Boot loader missing" message. I plugged the hard drive into an old XP Pro system, but there was no way to either mark the hidden partition as active (unknown partition type) or to specify the C: partition as inactive.  I was able to copy all the files off the C: partition so I assume the the Master Boot Record (MBR) is still OK, and possibly all that needs to be done is to mark the hidden partition as bootable.  Is there any easy way to try to do that?    If not, what are my options?  I'd like to end up with the system as it was originally.  Are the Windows 7 installation disks and the hidden partition installation disks available? Any suggestions will certainly be helpful.  Thanks. 













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Answer:T410 Windows 7 Recovery Partition marked inactive - won't boot

Hello and welcome,
 
If you plug the drive into a Win 7 machine you can use DISKPART from the command line to set/reset the active flag - among other things.  Don't know if DISKPART is availabe in XP.  You might give it a try.
 
Otherwise, boot a Linux live CD or USB flash drive and use gParted or fdisk to do the job.
 
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There's a "code 52" (driver is unsigned) error in properties of exclamation signed "USB Mass Storage Device" at Device Manager for different devices including usb drives of different manufactures and android phone set to usb mass storage mode There's an F8 reboot option for Windows which disables driver signature enforcement, in which case all devices are working properly This looks like a problem with a standard usbstor.sys driver. Microsoft support says that since Microsoft never develops drivers I should contact lenovo support Another interesting thing is that "Driver Details" subdialog on the "Driver" pane of the device properties dialog displays different version of the driver (namely 6.1.7600.16592) then the "Driver" pane itself (which says 6.1.7601.21680). There's currently neither corresponding usbstor.inf file in "windows\inf", nor usbstor.sys file in "windows\system32\drivers" although the above information about the USB Mass Storage devices is present. I did locate several versions of this driver within windows folder, but copying them into those locations with several device uninstallations, installations and reboots didn't help  

Answer:USB Mass Storage Device driver is unsigned on T410 Windows 7 x64

Hi Alexander,
 
Welcome to Lenovo Community!
 
I?m sorry to hear that you are facing the issue with USB driver on you ThinkPad T410.
 
Regarding this issue I suggest you to check with updating the chipset drivers.
And also check with editing the registry as per the link given.
 
Hope this helps. Do post back if issue persists!
 
Best regards,

Hemanth Kumar






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I have been sent 4 sets of Windows 7 Recovery Media from Lenovo over the past week and a half. These DVDs are unusable as they will not boot because they were created as non-bootable DVDs. When looking at the DVDs, they all just have 1 file on them - 0A44006.dvd.  I was sent a set of the 32bit version and it has multiple files on it with Bootmgr and 6 directories and will boot just fine. The 64bit DVDs obviously were created and replicated without any of these files to make it a bootable DVD. Can someone from Lenovo (Morristown, NC) find out why and fix these DVDs. The support center in Atlanta can only order another set from Morristown and I keep getting bad DVDs.













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Answer:T410 Windows 7 Recovery Media 64bit from Lenovo will not boot

Hi,
 
This really sounds like Lenovo has mis-manufactured a batch of recovery DVDs.  Almost like they're copying the ISO file rather than using it as an image.
 
Out of curiousity (if you care to mess with this) can you open the .DVD file with a free tool like 7zip?  If you can, do you see a more appropriate set of files?
 
And to double-check: are all the .DVD files exactly the same name?  It would be interesting if the file name was different for each DVD within a given set.
 
[edit] What size is that file?  It may just be a version indicator (or similar) on an otherwise blank DVD.
 
None of this helps you directly but might help identify what's going on.
 
BTW, I've deleted your other post.  It's not quite on-topic in that thread and divides the discussion.  Someone following there might not see a resolution here or v-v.
 
Regards,
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Hi, my t410 have an integrated camera, which shows on the device manager if i don't use it at all. If i use it, and after a random time, the webcam just disappears from the device manager and i can't use it anymore, the only solution i found is rebooting. Does anyone have this problem, is this a Windows Problem or a Hw problem? Thank you. Manuel.

Answer:Integrated webcam disappears from device manager, Windows 7 x64 T410.

tried to re-install drivers?

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I recently upgraded my T410 from Windows 7 64 bit to Windows 10 64 bit.  My Series 3 docking station worked great under Windows 7.  However, it is NOT functioning properly with my upgrade to Windows 10 64 bit. I see the BIOS startup as I did before under Windows 7, but then I see a black screen with only the cursor.  I can move the cursor on the black screen but the screen NEVER changes from black.  I am have the Intel integrated graphics with driver version 8.15.10.2900 dated 11/26/2012. In advance I appreciate the assistance as I can't work at my desk with my 24" monitor!

Answer:T410 with Windows 10 (64bit) not working with Series 3 Docking Station

For me it seems, than Windows 10 Pro will work well (under the black desktop).I could see the Win10-Taskbar, Select Startmenu, Run Programs but complete Desktop will be black.Cursor will shown, called Windows-Programms are shown and working well on all 3 connected screen.I could even click somewhere on the black area, where my desktop icons should be, I could start programs from the desktop too.If I switch the Windows-Design to other designs or other backgrounds, I could see the selected picture for half a second but then it will be immediately "overdrawn" by the black background ??? If I disable T410-LCD and use only my 2 by docking station connected external monitor, the Windows 10 Desktopbackground will be handled normal, without any problems. Probably someone will have a solution for me.Thanks in advance.dm01

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I have a T410. A 2522-AN4. Running Windows XP/Pro.I have the System Update process running. Every week I get notification of any updates, etc. that I may need to attend to.On 10/29 the pop-up came up. There were a number of updates in the 'Optional' category.I installed them all.As soon as I rebooted the machine, I started received these 'Windows - Delayed Write Failed' popups. Basically the popup window names a file and indicates that 'Windows was unable to save the data for the file C:......'. Almost every boot up would give me one of those for a file with a name that ended in .....crmlog. Sometimes that would be the only message I got. Other times I might get one or two more popups during my use of the machine. Sometimes when printing which would have a file that ended in ....SPL. I never received these errors before applying these updates. I ran a CHKDSK on my drive. It was clean. I ran the HDD diagnostics from the boot menu. Ran perfectly. I did a defrag of my C: drive. No problems. I tried disabling Write Caching on the C: drive. Didn't help. I'm pretty much left to believe that one of these updates I applied has exposed me to this issue. Now the question is which one? And what do I do about it? Here is what was installed on 10/29: ThinkPad BIOS Update Utility US                                       1.32-1.12Intel HD Graphics Driver for Windows XP(GM55)    ... Read more

Answer:T410: Getting 'Windows Delayed Write Failed' after applying updates

Try to roll-back or install the latest version released for Intel Rapid Storage AHC.





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HI I'm having a trouble in finding the proper Audio Drivers for my Laptop T410 running an Window Server 2003  64Bit OS.Please help  me .  Thank you very much for all your help. Prasad

Answer:T410 Audio Driver for the Windows Server 2003 64Bit

Greetings!
 
A Google search of: windows server 2003 Conexant CX20585 should bring up the driver as one of the first results.
 
Hope that helps!
 
 
 
 
 





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I used Update Retriever + Thin Installer (virtually System Update 4.0 but a server + client version of it) to download drivers and install Windows 7 Ultimate x64 with SP1 on this machine. A hard power off is required by pressing on the power button for 5+ seconds  Core i7 620M8GB RAM320GB 7.2k rpm HDDOptimus graphicsGobi2000 WWANuPek Fingerprint reader The machine freezes without any warning and has done so with both the factory install (more frequent) and with the HDD wiped and using Microsoft's Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 x64 slipstreamed (freezes much less frequently). Are there tools that I can use to help diagnose this problem? I have also used a 90W AC adaptor and 65W adaptor on this machine. The random freezes happen on either adaptor as well. I read of other people who have the same frustrations over freezes but no other situation described is exactly the same as mine unfortunately -- most other occasions you can find something in Windows Event Viewer!!













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Answer:T410 2516CTO random freezes without anything in Windows Event Viewer! :(

Try an Ubuntu LiveUSB and see if it freezes in there too to rule out hardware issues.

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I'm building a fresh Windows XP SP3 32-bit image on a T410 2522-22U. Previously, I installed KB888111 to address the Audio Device on High Definition Bus issue.  This patch is supposedly included in SP3.  I still have the device in error condition in the device manager with "This device is not configured correctly, Code 1".  It also says Location 65535. I have tried a reg hack to trick the system into thinking its on SP2 and allowing KB888111 to install, no change. Other forums have suggested installing RealTek HD Audio drivers, tried that...no change.  I've reinstalled the audio driver...it says "UPGRADE" each time, but this last device will not install properly. I DO have audio...audio works fine, but when building an image, I want everything to be clean. I've read through the forums and can't find exactly a fix for this specific scenario.  I believe my next step will be to image it back down to truly SP2, and try to install KB888111, then apply SP3. Thanks!

Answer:T410 Windows XP SP3 Image Build - Audio Device on High Definition Bus

I solved my own issue.  I started over, installed XP SP2, then KB888111, and then ran System Updater to load most of the drivers.  At this point the Audio Device on High Definition Bus was gone. There are a couple drivers that require SP3 to load, including Intel AMT.  I loaded SP3, and got down to a single driver, Base System Device, which was found to be the Ricoh media card reader.  System Updater wouldn't install it automatically but once I installed it manually, I had a clean device manager.

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After I upgraded to the latest Intel HD Graphics Driver for Windows 7 (32-bit) and Vista (32-bit) - ThinkPad T410, T410i, T410s, T410si, T510, T510i, X201, X201i, X201s and X201 Tablet Version: 8.15.10.2025Release Date: 2010/01/29 Which is located here. I ran into weird issues while highlighting text. Essentially, my text highlights but might be different colors (some too light to even see). After getting this weird highlight, I can minimize, maximize, or move my window off and back onto the screen and the highlight will be all one color. This issue goes away if I roll back to version 8.15.10.2008. Example 1: IssueExample 1: Issue after maximize/restore window Example 2: IssueExample 2: Issue after maximize/restore window  













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Answer:T410 Text Selection Issue w/ Intel HD Graphics Driver for Windows 7 (32-bit)

Can anyone else reproduce this phenomenon?

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Hello, After upgrade from Windows 7 to 10 on Lenovo T410, when I try to use the camera I get the message on Windows Camera app: We can't find your camera - Error code: 0xA00F4244(0xC00DABED). Also no other application (Skype, Yahoo, etc) can't find the camera, despite the fact that this is available without any error in Imaging Devices - Integrated Camera. What I tried by now:  - Stopped antivirus and firewall to exclude any possible blockage on that side - Uninstall/reinstall the driver in Device Manager (I downloaded the driver for Win10 from Lenovo Support site) - Run Windows Troubleshooter (no issue found) - uninstall Windows Camera app (WindowsPowershell) and reinstall it from the Store - checked all the camera settings and privacy settings (Settings-Privacy-Camera + Other Devices) - System scan (sfc /scannow). Windows Resource Protection did not find any integrity violations. - Latest Windows updates are installed Is there any compatibility issue between T410 and Windows 10? Can you help with any idea? I'm out of ideas. Please help!  P.S. After upgrade I also had issues with the microphone, but after I applied some fixes described here, I fixed it


























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Does anyone know if there is a post or KB article that covers the best process for upgrading a T410 from Windows 7 Pro to Windows 8.1 Pro? I'll search some more, but I haven't found anything yet. Any tricks, tips or gotcha's? I know that the first step is to get a full hard drive image backup, so I'll get that done. And I plan to swap in an SSD. Thanks,TimC













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Answer:T410 upgrade Windows 7 to Windows 8.1

It works great! What didn't work... The lesser expensive download upgrade from Win7 Pro to Win8 Pro. The product key was accepted initially but the upgrade would not download from Microsoft. Microsoft support was on my system for a couple hours and couldn't get it to work either. I was wondering if the problem was because I had cloned the spinner HDD to an Intel SSD, but they even tried to do the download onto another Win7 machine that I had and that wouldn't work either. My conclusion is that MS does not support the download delivery of the Win8 upgrade. So I gave up on that idea. Fortunately, the upgrade using the Win8.1 DVD and product key worked great.  Windows Updates updated a few device drivers along with all of the rest of the updates. And the system runs great with the Intel SSD. Cheers,TimC  

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I got my new T410 this morning. After initialization, I ran the win7 rating program, got low scores. Someone told me the CPU score should be over 6.0. My question: is the following score of the i5-520M CPU normal? It even changed to 3.9 after I updated the windows and ThinkVantage. Something I missing or something wrong? processor:             4.0Memory:                  5.5graphics:                4.4gaming graphics: 5.2hard disk:               5.9 The main configurations:Intel Core i5-520M Processor (2.40GHz, 3MB L3, 1066MHz FSB)Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium 64Intel Graphics Media Accelerator HD - AMT3 GB PC3-8500 DDR3  

Answer:CPU rated as low as 4.0, normal or abnormal? T410 system ratings by Windows Experience Index

Foregoing scores were retrieved from the laptop without the battery. After the battery was installed, CPU rating changed. Anybody could tell if a battery could speed up the calculation? Weird? processor:       6.7Memory:          5.5graphics:        4.4gaming graphics: 5.2hard disk:       5.9 

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[3/3/2010 Update]There's a issue of using 4Gb sticks on T410 currently that results in video output artifacts and aero interface problems when using Lenovo supplied drivers v8.16.11.8825. I think I can call it confirmed (Three people including me face this issue). Possible workaround is to install modified EliteBook 8440p video driver (read along this thread) comes with a BIG drawback of not being able to change brightness level within Windows 7. To sweeten it a little bit - you can set luminance level at POST screen, when computer boots up. [Original Message]Encountered strange behavoir of my T410. I have a T410 with 256Mb of Video Memory and 1440x900 display, a T61 with 128Mb of Video Memory and 1400x1050 dsplay and external monitor HP w2338h with 1920x1080 resolution. If I connect external monitor to my T410 and launch Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 - image blinks and comes back with Aero disabled. Looking through event logs reveals the lack of memory. Entry information can be found further. Now If I do the same with my old Thinkpad T61, connect the same monitor using the same cable - I can open as many Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 instances I like (tried 5) and nothing blinks and Aero stays enabled. Actually I find ridiculous, a notebook with more VRAM cannot archive the same performance as notebooks with less. Does anyone know what path should I pursue to solve this issue? UPDATE: Simply running multiple instances ... Read more

Answer:[T410] discrete gfx - Problem with Video Card and Windows Aero -anyone using 4Gb memory modules?

have you ensured that you have the latest Intel AMT and NVIDIA drivers? 

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I am running Windows 7 on a Thinkpad T410.  I have an HP LP3065 monitor connected to it using an Accell DisplayPort to DVI Dual-Link adapter.  Windows 7 does not detect the monitor.  The NVIDIA drivers are up to date and I have tried powering the Accell adaptor with multiple USB ports.  I do not know if there is a problem with the adaptor or if Windows 7 is just unable to see the monitor with this combination.Could someone please let me know how I can diagnose this?  Thank you in advance.

Answer:T410 running Windows 7 not detecting HP LP3065 connected with DisplayPort to DVI Dual-Link

Similar issue: my T410 does not detect LG W2343T-PF (1920x1080) connected with DisplayPort to DVI Dual-Link Cable T410 with integrated graphicsType: 2516BIOS: 1.09 (2010-01-07)Embedded Controller: 1.03Windows7 Pro x64drivers are up-to-date with Lenovo the same DP to DVI Dual-link cable was able to connect to Dell 1280x1024 monitor in my office. Maybe I should used single link DVI cable. I will do more testing this evening(1) to test the connection on difference 1280x1024 monitor this evening at my home(2) try different cable - something link DP to DVI Single-link cable Meanwhile, just want to check others experient working with DisplayPort on T410/T510 as I really need to use dual external mornitor with my T410. 

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I just got a set of Bluetooth speakers and tried pairing them with my laptop last night.  Although it detected and paired to the speakers, it couldn't detect the type of driver.  After looking online I installed the Bluetooth with Enhanced Data Rate Software II for Windows 7.  It then found the appropriate driver and the speakers worked fine after the installation. This morning I restarted the laptop, and it hasn't been working since.  It will boot (very slowly) and sometimes get as far as the login screen.  After logging in however (the mouse locks up at this point) it will never get to my desktop, it will just go to a black screen and sit with the pointer in the middle.  I have tried booting it in safe mode, running a repair, and none of this has worked.  Is there anything I can do to fix this?

Answer:Thinkpad T410 Crashing After Installing Bluetooth with Enhanced Data Rate Software II for Windows 7

Go into BIOS and disable Bluetooth. That many get you running





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GreetingsFirst apologize for my English, because I am Latin AmericanI am new to the forum and writing to check the following:We have two new T410, which came with windows 7 64 bit professional. For work withOMICRON, SEL and ABB marking software we have to work with 32-bit operating systems, so I want to consult if possible make Windows 7 Pro downgrade 64-bit to Windows XP Pro 32 bits. If possible, I can get installation disks from Lenovo?I have two disks to reinstall Windows XP Pro 32bit who arrived with two T400 we bought a few months ago. Can i use them in the new T410?Thanks 

Answer:T410 - Downgrade Windows 7 64bits to 32bits or Windows XP 32bits

Do your applications not function in XP mode?Pretty sure you can't use the T400 XP discs for a T400 in a T410; the drivers are way different.

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One of my T410 PC's has a problem where when it's in the 4338 dock, no video will be displayed on an external video ports until Windows has booted.  This means that you can't see the ThinkPad BIOS screen, etc. unless you open the lid. I tried changing the video settins in the BIOS to set the DVI Display as the default startup display, but for some reason it doesn't even give me that as a choice.  It only gives the choices for built-in display, build in VGA output, and built-in Display Port.  On our other T410 computers it gives the choice for DVI when it's in the dockin station. Any ideas?

Answer:T410 - No video from external docking station video ports until Windows boots

Hello mate, Is the BIOS version the same as the others ? Inthe BIOS "Digital on Thinkpad" is DisplayPort on your computer. "Digial 1 on dock" and "Digital 2 on dock" are DisplayPort or DVI on dock.





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I'm using T410 and Windows 8 Pro 64 bit.Sometime, when i boot start Windows, after Wellcome , the screen is black.But when i press Ctrl+Alt+Del, its' appear Task Maneger...vv.v...... but when i try lo login, after then, it's re-appear Black Screen (with cursor) I updated BIOS.Display was updated by Windows 8 (not manual)   Please help me fix this issue.Thanks !!!

Answer:T410 & Windows 8 Pro 64bit - display black screen after wellcome screen

Did you upgrade to Windows 8 or do a clean install?

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 I have a lenovo T410 running W7 (2516CTO).  My issue involves updating drivers.  When I run "system update" it identifies several optional drivers which need updating.- Wireless WAN- Wimax for Kilmer Peak- Wifi for Kilmer Peak- Conexant Audio SoftwareI've tried to install these several times with no luck.  The result is always that I loose all internet connectivity (first three) and audio (last one).  In addition, my system becomes unstable and "system restore" doesn't work either.  I have been forced to use "rescue and recovery" from my external harddrive to reinstate a saved working operating system.  I think the wireless wan update tries to install the Qualcomm Gobi 2000.  Each time I've tried to install it, upon reboot the system searchs for an appropriate driver, seems to find it, but fails in its attempt to install it.  I've even tried to manually install the drivers by following the instruction on the lenovo site.  The program runs, but each time it tells me that windows failed to install the necessary driver.  Could anyone help me with these problems?  My default action right now is just to ignore these optional updates.Many thanks. 

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I want to buy one now.

Answer:How do I buy a new T410?

Which country are you in?

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Question: T410 Fan

If I'm replacing the fan in a T410, do I need to replace the entire fan assembly or can I just replace the fan itself?













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Answer:T410 Fan

Either works.

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