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Best Answer Lillebror , 11 November 2017 - 11:11 AM

..and the channel now. Next project will be a replacement of a broken laptop screen on a Lenovo T410. See u then!! Go to the full post »


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..and the channel now.

 

Next project will be a replacement of a broken laptop screen on a Lenovo T410. See u then!!

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Thanks for the additional info Lillebror  :thumbsup:

 

Not seeing too much difference between the drivers and screenshots tbh, not to worry though as long as you are sorted and have your system restore point  :)


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..to be honest: I never used these restore points before (thought it might be time-consuming): Now I did. :yeah: 

Have learnt a lot today..

 

See you soon.

Lillebror


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Sytem restore points are your safety net and as you are now aware they take very little time to create, golden rule, always create one before making any hardware or software changes  :yes:

 

Glad we could help and pleased to hear that you have learned along the way  :thumbsup:


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