The Lenovo X60 tablet is a laptop computer that runs an Intel Core Duo processor with a maximum memory capacity of 4 gigabytes, or GB, and a hard drive that contains 40GB, 60GB, 80GB or 120GB of space, depending on the tablet version. The BIOS of your X60 tablet is one of its essential software components. If it was accidentally altered or if you were experimenting on the BIOS and the computer suddenly began to malfunction, you can reset the BIOS configuration to its default.
Turn on the computer. If the computer is on already, turn it off and turn it back on.
Press the F1 key when the blue "ThinkVantage" message is displayed. Wait for the BIOS setup screen to appear.
Press the F9 key to reset the BIOS setup to its default settings. Press F10 to exit and save the changes you made to the BIOS.
Tips & Warnings
- A reset of the BIOS configuration does not ensure that the computer will work properly again. If the problem is due to a hardware or operating system issue, you will have to take a closer look to determine the real cause of the computer problem.
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