Lenovo R61 Laptop. Changed LCD Panel. Now I get a slew of errors upon bootup.
I work in a school district. We picked up about 450 Lenovo R61 laptops. Two had broken LCDs. (**** kids).
I changed the LCD panel on both. Both laptops were easy to change. I worked very slow and delicately with the wires and such.
I booted each laptop up and after the initial BIOS screen, it prompted me with a slew of errors. I don't recall each of them. But it was black screen, white text, left side.
I remember seeing something about the USB controller failed, network connection failed, etc etc etc.
The strange thing is, both laptops did this. I'm thinking we'll just re-clone the drives, since we have a master drive handy. But I have no clue why an LCD panel would intefere with everything else...