Resolve Screen Issues in Lenovo® ThinkPad T410 Laptop
Lenovo ThinkPad T410 comes built with the latest Intel Hardware and Windows operating system that make it a powerful business tool. The system features a primary RAM of about 2 Gigabytes and a 250Gigabyte hard disk. The system comes preloaded with the Windows 7 Home Premium. Just like other notebooks your Lenovo ThinkPad T410 is prone to develop problems with its screen. The problems in the screen could be because of hardware or software issues on the system. Problem with hardware include damage to the screen from a fall or appearance of dead pixels from prolonged usage. The software issues could be related to incompatibility or faults with drivers of video card and the video card installed on the system.
- Appearance of Blank Screen
- Presence of Malware
- Need to Update Drivers for Video Card
Appearance of Blank Screen
The appearance of a blank screen could be one the problems that occur on your Lenovo ThinkPad T410. You might not be able to see any visuals on the screen. To resolve this issue, you could first power off your PC. Then, try to boot up the system once this is done and see if the screen resumes its normal functioning. If you still get a blank display on the screen, you need to get your laptop checked for hardware faults.
Presence of Malware
The presence of malware on the system might affect the proper functioning of your Lenovo ThinkPad T410. Malware can adversely affect the video or even the graphic drivers of the laptop. This would cause appearance of patches or other bright and dark bands on the screen. Try to run a thorough antivirus scan to remove malware from the system. Once malware has been removed, the system can resume its normal functioning.
The software and the device drivers of the system play a direct role in achieving a proper display on the screen. An outdated display driver on the system could cause the system to not display images on the screen properly. You could update the display driver on the system by clicking on 'Advance Settings' from the 'Desktop Properties'. You can search for latest drivers for display devices on the Internet or on the Lenovo Support site and install it on your Lenovo ThinkPad T410.