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TFC by OldTimer cause problems in ThinkPad on screen


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AC CORREA

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Hello,

First, sorry for my english. I downloaded and execute TFC by OldTimer. After this, the control brigthness bar display missing. The control brightness still function, just the bar display control don't appears. I restored the system e the problem was solved.

My machine is a Lenovo Thinkpad T410 - Windows 7 64

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Hello AC CORREA :welcome:

I'm thinking you were highlighting a problem with TFC rather than posting a question.

I don't think TFC cleans anything that could cause the brightness control to not work. Did you restart the computer after TFC finished its cleaning?
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Hello, Babz

Thank You for your answer. Yes, I restarted the machine and reinstall the drivers from Lenovo, but not solved. I tested in other Thinkpad e the same problem occurs. The only solution is restore the system. In one of the machine i was create a restore point, but in another, no. Probably will be necessary reinstall many drivers, but i don't know how, rs, rs ...
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Can you point me to which driver you installed?
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Can you point me to which driver you installed?


Yes. This is the link to the Lenovo page. The most recente version is 3.87.0000

http://support.lenov...?DocID=DS014985

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Mmm... It is the correct driver I believe.

Let's see if someone else has any ideas. I personally do not think TFC would be the cause, it must be something else.

Have you checked the Event Viewer for any errors?
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