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Contents

 

Impor

tant

safety

information

 

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Using

the

ThinkP

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device

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Read

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pointing

device

23

 

Impor

tant

information

about

using

your

comput

 

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Using

the

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ackP

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pointing

device

23

Conditions

that

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equir

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immediat

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action

 

vii

Using

the

tr

ackpad

with

butt

ons

24

 

Ser

vice

and

upgr

ades

vii

Using

the

tr

ackpad

t

ouch

gestur

es

25

 

P

ower

cor

ds

and

power

adapt

ers

viii

Cust

omizing

the

ThinkP

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pointing

device

26

 

Ext

ension

cor

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and

r

elat

ed

devices

ix

Replacing

the

cap

on

the

pointing

stick

26

 

Plugs

and

outlets

 

ix

P

ower

management

27

P

ower

supply

stat

ement

ix

Using

the

ac

power

adapt

er

27

 

Ext

ernal

devices

x

Using

the

batt

er

y

27

Gener

al

batt

er

y

notice

 

x

Managing

the

batt

er

y

power

29

 

Notice

for

r

emovable

r

echar

geable

batt

er

y

xi

P

ower

-saving

modes

29

Notice

for

non-r

echar

geable

coin-cell

batt

er

y

xi

Connecting

t

o

the

network

 

30

 

Heat

and

pr

oduct

ventilation

xi

E

thernet

connections

30

 

Electrical

curr

ent

safety

information

 

xii

W

ir

eless

connections

30

Liquid

cr

ystal

display

(L

CD)

notice

xiii

Using

an

e

xt

ernal

display

33

Using

headphones

or

earphones

xiii

Connecting

an

e

xt

ernal

display

33

Choking

hazar

d

notice

xiii

Choosing

a

display

mode

34

 

Plastic

bag

notice

xiv

Changing

display

settings

35

Glass

par

ts

notice

xiv

Using

the

color

sensor

35

 

Using

the

NVIDIA

Optimus

Gr

aphics

featur

e

35

Chapt

er

1.

P

r

oduct

over

view

 

1

Using

audio

featur

es

36

Comput

er

contr

ols,

connect

ors,

and

indicat

ors

1

Using

the

camer

a

36

 

F

r

ont

view

1

Using

an

Expr

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view

3

car

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37

Right-side

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4

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r

aveling

with

your

comput

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38

Rear

view

5

Bott

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7

Chapt

er

3.

Enhancingyour

S

tatus

indicat

ors

7

comput

er

 

41

 

Impor

tant

pr

oduct

information

labels

 

9

Finding

ThinkP

ad

options

41

 

Machine

type

and

model

information

9

ThinkP

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P

en

P

r

o

41

FCC

ID

and

IC

Cer

tification

information

10

ThinkP

ad

W

orkstation

Dock

43

Labels

for

the

W

indows

oper

ating

syst

ems

11

ThinkP

ad

W

orkstation

Dock

over

view

 

43

 

F

eatur

es

12

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A

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Specifications

 

13

comput

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44

Oper

envir

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Detachingthedockingstationfr

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15

 

Chapt

er

4.

Accessibility,

er

gonomic,

 

Chapt

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2.

Using

your

comput

er

 

17

and

maint

enance

information

47

 

Regist

ering

your

comput

er

17

Accessibility

information

 

47

F

r

equently

ask

ed

questions

17

Er

gonomic

information

49

GettinghelpabouttheW

indowsoper

ating

 

Cleaning

and

maint

enance

50

 

syst

em

18

 

Using

the

multi-t

ouch

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18

Chapt

er

5.

Security

53

Special

k

eys

21

Using

passwor

ds

53

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53

Setting,

changing,

or

r

emoving

a

passwor

d.54

Har

d

disk

security

 

54

Setting

the

security

chip

 

55

Using

the

fingerprint

r

eader

 

56

Deleting

data

fr

om

your

st

or

age

drive

 

59

Using

fir

ewalls

 

59

P

r

ot

ecting

data

against

viruses

 

59

Chapt

er

Advanced 6.

configur

ation

61

Installing

a

new

oper

ating

syst

em

61

Installing

the

W

indows

7

oper

ating

syst

em

61

Installing

the

W

indows

10

oper

ating

syst

em.62

Installing

device

drivers

 

63

Using

the

ThinkP

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Setup

pr

ogr

am

64

Configuring

ThinkP

ad

Setup

64

Changing

the

star

tup

sequence

64

Updating

the

UEFI

BIOS

65

BIOS

menu

65

Using

syst

em

management

78

Setting

management

featur

es

79

pr

Chapt

er

7.

oblems

T

r

oubleshooting

comput

er

81

Gener

al

tips

for

pr

eventing

pr

oblems

 

81

Diagnosing

pr

oblems

 

81

T

r

oubleshooting

 

82

 

Comput

er

st

ops

r

esponding

 

82

Spills

on

the

k

eyboar

d

 

83

Err

or

messages

 

83

Beep

err

ors

 

85

Memor

y

module

pr

oblems

 

85

Networking

pr

oblems

 

86

P

r

oblems

with

the

k

eyboar

d

and

other

pointing

devices

 

88

P

r

oblemswiththedisplayandmultimedia

devices

 

88

Fingerprint

r

eader

pr

oblems

 

94

Batt

er

y

and

power

pr

oblems

94

P

r

oblemswithdrivesandotherst

or

age

devices

 

97

A

softwar

e

pr

oblem

 

97

P

r

oblems

with

por

ts

and

connect

ors

 

98

Chapt

er

8.

Recover

y

information

Recover

y

information

for

the

W

indows

7

oper

ating

99

syst

em

 

99

 

Cr

eating

and

using

r

ecover

y

media

99

P

er

formingbackupandr

ecover

y

oper

ations

 

100

UsingtheRescueandRecover

y

workspace

 

101

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Cr

eating

and

using

a

r

escue

medium

 

102

Reinstalling

pr

einstalled

pr

ogr

ams

and

device

drivers

 

102

Solving

r

ecover

y

pr

oblems

 

103

Recover

y

information

for

the

W

indows

10

oper

ating

syst

em

 

104

 

Resetting

your

comput

er

 

104

Using

advanced

star

tup

options

104

Recovering

your

oper

ating

syst

em

if

W

indows

10

fails

t

o

star

t

104

Cr

eating

and

using

a

r

ecover

y

USB

drive

104

Chapt

er

Replacing 9.

devices

 

107

S

tatic

electricity

pr

evention

107

Replacing

the

r

emovable

batt

er

y

107

Installing

or

r

eplacing

the

micr

o

SIM

car

d

109

Replacing

the

bott

om

cover

110

Replacing

the

har

d

disk

drive

111

Replacing

the

M.2

solid-stat

e

drive

 

114

Replacing

the

memor

y

module

under

the

bott

om

cover

 

118

Replacing

the

coin-cell

batt

er

y

120

Replacing

the

k

eyboar

d

121

Replacing

an

M.2

wir

eless-W

AN

car

d

125

Replacingthememor

ymoduleunderthe

 

k

eyboar

d

 

128

Chapt

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Getting 10.

suppor

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Befor

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you

contact

L

enovo

 

131

Getting

help

and

ser

vice

131

 

L

enovo

Suppor

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W

eb

sit

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132

C

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132

P

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chasing

additional

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vices

133

informationabouttheUbuntu

Appendix

Supplemental A.

oper

ating

syst

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135

Appendix

B.

Regulat

or

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information

 

137

Cer

tification

r

elat

ed

information

 

137

W

ir

eless-r

elat

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information

137

 

W

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int

er

oper

ability

137

Usage

envir

onment

and

your

health

138

L

ocatingtheUltr

aConnectwir

eless

ant

ennas

 

138

W

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adio

compliance

information

139

L

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egulat

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notices

139

Expor

t

classification

notice

140

Electr

onic

emission

notices

 

140

 

F

eder

alCommunicationsCommission

Declar

ation

of

Conformity

 

140

 

Industr

y

C

anada

Class

B

emission

compliance

 

Japan

r

ecycling

stat

ements

 

144

stat

ement

140

Recycling

information

for

Br

azil

144

Eur

opean

Union

conformity

 

140

Batt

er

yr

ecyclinginformationfortheEur

opean

 

German

Class

B

compliance

stat

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141

Union

 

145

Japan

VCCI

Class

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compliance

stat

ement

142

Batt

er

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r

ecycling

information

for

aiwan

T

 

146

Japancompliancestat

ementforpr

oducts

Batt

er

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r

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information

for

the

Unit

ed

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tat

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whichconnectt

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C

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146

r

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Recycling

information

for

China

146

phase

 

142

 

Japan

notice

for

ac

power

cor

d

142

Appendix

D

.

Restriction

of

Hazar

dous

 

L

enovopr

oductser

viceinformationfor

Substances

(RoHS)

Dir

ective

147

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T

 

142

Eur

asian

compliance

mark

 

142

Appendix

E.

ENERG

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ARmodel

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Br

azil

audio

notice

 

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information

 

151

Appendix

C.

WEEEandr

ecycling

Appendix

F

.

Notices

 

153

stat

ements

 

143

 

Gener

al

r

ecycling

information

 

143

Appendix

G.

T

r

ademarks

 

155

Impor

tant

WEEE

information

 

143

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pr

oducts.

 

Impor

tant

information

about

using

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follow

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use

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ended

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liquids

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