01-21-2012 08:12 AM
hi all ,
i've got a x61 tablet pc and i've got any problem the touch screen doesn't work , also the buttons under the screen and the fingerprint . i replaced the lcd wire , i 've always the same problem . On my x61 there is only the light N° 3 , 4 and wifi , bluetooth wich light the others don't work . For the buttons nothing don't work except the power button . Iwork under windows 7 32 bits .I made all the updates
can you help me please , thanks in advance
01-26-2012 03:41 PM
01-27-2012 12:30 AM - edited 01-27-2012 12:39 AM
Only a few X61 Tablet with XGA - display have a "Multitouch" display. Multitouch can be used if the multitouch driver under Vista or Windows 7 has been installed. All other models only work with the pen.
Input your laptop data here and check, whether "Multitouch" is mentioned on the result page.
Check in BIOS under Security - I/O Port Acess whether Bluetooth is enabled there.
After that press FnF5 exactly one time (nothing visible happens then) and end BIOS with F10 - yes. If the backlight turns off, turn off computer wait a little bit and turn it on again. The Bluetooth LED should turn on after a few seconds while booting then.
For the tablet buttons the Tablet Button Driver is needed:
01-27-2012 04:41 AM - edited 01-27-2012 04:52 AM
i tried with 2 wires and it 's the same problem .
under ubuntu :
it say tablet no detected , please plug in or turn on your tablet and under 7 i can't be able enable . I 've got
the lastest driver
Bluetooth is'nt the problem . It work good
01-27-2012 09:44 AM
01-30-2012 12:27 PM
Are the fuses on the system board well?
You'll find them near the printed "Fxx" on the board itself.
Similar to the X60-fuses: http://translate.google.de/translate?sl=de&tl=en&j
01-31-2012 04:45 AM
Your pictures have a too low resolution.
If you follow my link above to the thinkwiki.de - page click the pictures on that page for a higher resolution.
You'll find the fuses marked there. On the system board next to the fuses you will find the fuse's "name" called "Fxx" ("xx" is a number) f.ex. "F1", F8"...
You'll need to search the fuses with a magnifier on your system board (top side) and measure the resistance between both silvered ends of the fuse.
The fuses for the display are near the display connector.