I need help with Corrupted BIOS on T60p. I'm using Phoenix BIOS Crisis Recovery Tool, but I can't get it to work. Every site says that ThinkPad, if Pendrive is detected, should have fan's on 100% or at least Pendrive should flash light. Mine doesn't do that. What am I doing wrong?
I really appreciate any help!
Before you power up your partially functional T60p, you need to hold down Fn+F or Fn+B or Fn+R or Fn+K or Fn+Esc till your pen drive flashes (if it has a status LED). Then you can release your fingers off the keys, it should be doing the re-flashing process. This is assuming that your T60p is not beeping at boot-up, without the pen drive inserted.
EDIT: If I am not wrong, this needs a functional battery and must be connected to the AC adapter. Additionally, I recommend waiting for at least 20 seconds while holding down the key combination.
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