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Newbie needs help, Questions about t400 Specs

T400/410/420 and T500/510/520 series specific matters only
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Newbie needs help, Questions about t400 Specs

#1 Post by woo2k3 » Sat Dec 20, 2008 9:43 am

Hey guys,

Well i think the T400 would be it unless you give me a good reason to wait a lil longer.
Uhm .. what about putting in a UMTS card will there be a free pci slot or are all taken? how many are there by the way?

the Thinkvantage technology, it says you can reset the Laptop the Factory Defaults? Is there also a way to reset the system to a state which at least has all the WIndows Patches ? E.g:
I install WIndows XP Pro, Sp3, All drivers all patches and updates from Lenovo? Can I tell thinkvantage to tak that as a recovery Point?

3.) is there a UWB - Ultrawideband Option and if there is, how is it updated? mini Pci-e card?

4.) What about wimax?

5.) Does the Think light work good ? is teher a video showing it?

and last but not least?
6) I've heard the t400 is compatible with the ADvanced Docking station. Is it possible to youse a Better graficcard in the dock for 3d games or is the Bus rate to slow?

thanxx so far

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#2 Post by woo2k3 » Sat Dec 20, 2008 9:53 am

Does that blu-ray-drive fit in the t400 ultray bay as well as in the Advanced Dock ultra bay?

http://cgi.ebay.com/Lenovo-ThinkPad-Ult ... .m20.l1116

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#3 Post by sparta.rising » Sat Dec 20, 2008 1:17 pm

Ultrabay Enhanced is for the R series. You need Ultrabay Slim.

You should be able to use Rescue and Recovery to make a new backup. Or use Windows Restore Points.
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#4 Post by ZaZ » Sat Dec 20, 2008 1:20 pm

No that drive does not fit because it has a IDE connector while the T400s is SATA.
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