Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon (type 20bs, 20bt) (english) User Guide - Manual English

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ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide - Page 1

ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide Machine Types: 20BSand20BT

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Third Edition (December 2015) - Page 2

Note: Beforeusingthisinformationandtheproductitsupports,besuretoreadandunderstandthefollowing: • SafetyandWarrantyGuide • RegulatoryNotice • “Importantsafetyinformation”onpagevi • AppendixE“Notices”onpage147 Thelatest SafetyandWarrantyGuide andthe RegulatoryNotice areavailableontheLenovoSupportWeb siteat: http://www.lenovo.com/UserManuals Third Edition (December 2015) ©CopyrightLenovo2014,2015. LIMITEDANDRESTRICTEDRIGHTSNOTICE:IfdataorsoftwareisdeliveredpursuantaGeneralServicesAdministration “GSA”contract,use,reproduction,ordisclosureissubjecttorestrictionssetforthinCon..

Contents - Page 3

Contents Readthisfirst . . . . . . . . . . . . . . v Importantsafetyinformation . . . . . . . . . . vi Conditionsthatrequireimmediateaction . . vii Serviceandupgrades . . . . . . . . . . vii Powercordsandpoweradapters . . . . . viii Extensioncordsandrelateddevices . . . . . ix Plugsandoutlets . . . . . . . . . . . . . ix Powersupplystatement . . . . . . . . . . ix Externaldevices . . . . . . . . . . . . . x Generalbatterynotice . . . . . . . . . . . x Noticeforbuilt-inrechargeablebattery . . . . x Noticefornon-rechargeablecoin-cellbattery. . xi Heatandproductventilation . . . . . . . . xi ..

ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide - Page 4

Noticeondeletingdatafromyoursolid-state drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Usingfirewalls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 Protectingdataagainstviruses . . . . . . . . 65 Chapter6.Advancedconfiguration. . 67 Installinganewoperatingsystem . . . . . . . 67 InstallingtheWindows7operatingsystem. . 67 InstallingtheWindows8.1orWindows10 operatingsystem . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 Installingdevicedrivers . . . . . . . . . . . 69 UsingtheThinkPadSetupprogram . . . . . . 69 Mainmenu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 Configmenu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 DateandTimemenu . . . . . . . ...

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IndustryCanadaClassBemissioncompliance statement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136 EuropeanUnion-Compliancetothe ElectromagneticCompatibilityDirective. . . 136 GermanClassBcompliancestatement . . . 136 KoreaClassBcompliancestatement . . . . 137 JapanVCCIClassBcompliancestatement. . 137 Japancompliancestatementforproducts whichconnecttothepowermainswith ratedcurrentlessthanorequalto20Aper phase . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 137 Japannoticeforacpowercord . . . . . . 137 Lenovoproductserviceinformationfor Taiwan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138 Eurasiancompliancemark . . . . . . . . . . 1..

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Read this first - Page 7

Read this first Besuretofollowtheimportanttipsgivenheretogetthemostuseandenjoymentoutofyourcomputer. Failuretodosomightleadtodiscomfortorinjury,orcauseyourcomputertofail. Protectyourselffromtheheatthatyourcomputergenerates. Whenyourcomputeristurnedonorthebatteryischarging,thebase,thepalm rest,andsomeotherpartsmaybecomehot. Thetemperaturetheyreach dependsontheamountofsystemactivityandthelevelofchargeinthebattery. Extendedcontactwithyourbody,eventhroughclothing,couldcause discomfortorevenaskinburn. • Avoidkeepingyourhands,yourlap,oranyotherpartofyourbodyin contactwithahotsectionofthecomput..

Important safety information - Page 8

Protect your computer and data when moving it. Beforemovingacomputerequippedwithaharddiskdrive,dooneofthe following,andmakesurethatthepowerbuttonisofforisblinking: • Turnitoff. • Putitinsleepmode. • Putitinhibernationmode. Thiswillhelptopreventdamagetothecomputer,andpossiblelossofdata. Handle your computer gently. Donotdrop,bump,scratch,twist,hit,vibrate,push,orplaceheavyobjectson yourcomputer,display,orexternaldevices. Carry your computer carefully. • Useaqualitycarryingcasethatprovidesadequatecushioningandprotection. • Donotpackyourcomputerinatightlypackedsuitcaseorbag. • Befo..

Conditionsthatrequireimmediateaction - Page 9

Conditionsthatrequireimmediateaction Productscanbecomedamagedduetomisuseorneglect. Someproductdamageisseriousenough thattheproductshouldnotbeusedagainuntilithasbeeninspectedand,ifnecessary,repairedby an authorized servicer. Aswithanyelectronicdevice,paycloseattentiontotheproductwhenitisturnedon. Onveryrare occasions,youmightnoticeanodororseeapuffofsmokeorsparksventfromyourproduct. Oryou mighthearsoundslikepopping,crackingorhissing. Theseconditionsmightmerelymeanthatan internalelectroniccomponenthasfailedinasafeandcontrolledmanner. Or,theymightindicate apotentialsafetyissue. However,donottak..

Power cords and power adapters - Page 10

Althoughtherearenomovingpartsinyourcomputerafterthepowercordhasbeendisconnected,the followingwarningsarerequiredforyoursafety. CAUTION: Hazardousmovingparts. Keepfingersandotherbodypartsaway. CAUTION: Before you open the computer cover, turn off the computer and wait several minutes until the computer is cool. Power cords and power adapters DANGER Useonlythepowercordsandpoweradapterssuppliedbytheproductmanufacturer. Thepowercordsshallbesafetyapproved. ForGermany, itshallbeH05VV-F,3G,0.75mm 2 , or better. Forothercountries,thesuitabletypesshallbeusedaccordingly. Neverwrapapowercordaroundapo..

Extensioncordsandrelateddevices - Page 11

Extensioncordsandrelateddevices Ensurethatextensioncords,surgeprotectors,uninterruptiblepowersupplies,andpowerstripsthatyouuse areratedtohandletheelectricalrequirementsoftheproduct.Neveroverloadthesedevices.Ifpowerstrips areused,theloadshouldnotexceedthepowerstripinputrating.Consultanelectricianformoreinformation ifyouhavequestionsaboutpowerloads,powerrequirements,andinputratings. Plugs and outlets DANGER Ifareceptacle(poweroutlet)thatyouintendtousewithyourcomputerequipmentappearstobe damagedorcorroded,donotusetheoutletuntilitisreplacedbyaqualifiedelectrician. Do not bend or modify the plu..

ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide - Page 12

External devices CAUTION: DonotconnectordisconnectanyexternaldevicecablesotherthanUSBcableswhilethecomputer powerison;otherwise,youmightdamageyourcomputer. Toavoidpossibledamagetoattached devices,waitatleastfivesecondsafterthecomputerisshutdowntodisconnectexternaldevices. General battery notice DANGER BatteriessuppliedbyLenovoforusewithyourproducthavebeentestedforcompatibilityand shouldonlybereplacedwithapprovedparts. AbatteryotherthantheonespecifiedbyLenovo,ora disassembledormodifiedbatteryisnotcoveredbythewarranty. Batteryabuseormishandlingcancauseoverheat,liquidleakage,oranexplosion. ..

Noticefornon-rechargeablecoin-cellbattery - Page 13

Noticefornon-rechargeablecoin-cellbattery DANGER Donotattempttoreplacethenon-rechargeablecoin-cellbattery. Replacementofthebatterymust bedonebyaLenovo-authorizedrepairfacilityortechnician. TheLenovo-authorizedrepairfacilitiesortechniciansrecycleLenovobatteriesaccordingtolocal laws and regulations. ThefollowingstatementappliestousersinthestateofCalifornia,U.S.A. California Perchlorate Information: Productscontainingmanganesedioxidelithiumcoin-cellbatteriesmaycontainperchlorate. Perchlorate Material - special handling may apply, See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate Heat and product ..

Electricalcurrentsafetyinformation - Page 14

• Donotrestrictorblockanyventilationopenings. • Donotoperateyourcomputerinsidefurniture,asthismightincreasetheriskofoverheating. • Airflowtemperaturesintothecomputershouldnotexceed35°C(95°F). Electricalcurrentsafetyinformation DANGER Electriccurrentfrompower,telephone,andcommunicationcablesishazardous. To avoid a shock hazard: • Donotuseyourcomputerduringalightningstorm. • Donotconnectordisconnectanycablesorperforminstallation,maintenance,orreconfiguration of this product during an electrical storm. • Connectallpowercordstoaproperlywiredandgroundedelectricaloutlet. • Conne..

Liquid crystal display notice - Page 15

Liquid crystal display notice CAUTION: Theliquidcrystaldisplay(LCD)ismadeofglass,androughhandlingordroppingthecomputercan cause the LCD to break. If the LCD breaks and the internal fluid gets into your eyes or on your hands,immediatelywashtheaffectedareaswithwaterforatleast15minutes;ifanysymptomsare present after washing, get medical care. Note: Forproductswithmercury-containingfluorescentlamps(forexample,non-LED),thefluorescentlamp intheliquidcrystaldisplay(LCD)containsmercury;disposeofaccordingtolocal,state,orfederallaws. Using headphones or earphones Ifyourcomputerhasbothaheadphonecon..

CHOKINGHAZARD–Productcontainssmallparts. - Page 16

Choking hazard notice CHOKINGHAZARD–Productcontainssmallparts. Keepawayfromchildrenunderthreeyears. xiv ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide

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Locatingcomputercontrols,connectors,andindicators - Page 17

Chapter 1. Product overview Thischapterprovidesinformationaboutthelocationsofconnectors,locationsofimportantproductlabels, computerfeatures,specifications,operatingenvironment,andpreinstalledprograms. • “Locatingcomputercontrols,connectors,andindicators”onpage1 • “Locatingimportantproductinformation”onpage10 • “Features”onpage12 • “Specifications”onpage13 • “Operatingenvironment”onpage14 • “Lenovoprograms”onpage14 Locatingcomputercontrols,connectors,andindicators Thissectionintroducesthecomputerhardwarefeaturestogiveyouthebasicinformationyouwillneed tos..

ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide - Page 18

1 Camera Usethecameratotakepicturesorholdavideoconference.Formoreinformation,see“Usingthecamera” onpage42. 2 Microphones Thebuilt-inmicrophonescapturesoundandvoicewhenusedwithaprogramcapableofhandlingaudio. 3 Power button Pressthepowerbuttontoturnonthecomputerorputthecomputerintosleepmode.Forhowtoturnoffthe computer,see“Frequentlyaskedquestions”onpage19. Ifyourcomputeriscompletelyunresponsive,youcanturnoffthecomputerbypressingandholdingthe powerbuttonforfourormoreseconds. Ifthecomputercannotbeturnedoff,see“Computerstops responding”onpage93formoreinformation. Youalsocandefinewha..

Figure2. Right-sideview - Page 19

Right-side view Figure2. Right-sideview 1 USB3.0connector 2 Ethernetextensionconnector 3 Fanlouvers 4 Security-lockslot 1 USB 3.0 connector TheUniversalSerialBus(USB)3.0connectorisusedforconnectingUSB-compatibledevices,suchasa USBprinteroradigitalcamera. Attention: WhenyouattachaUSBcabletotheUSB3.0connector,ensurethattheUSBmarkisfacing upward. Otherwisetheconnectormightbedamaged. 2 Ethernet extension connector TheEthernetextensionconnectormakesyourcomputerthinnerthantheoneswithastandardEthernet connector. Toconnectyourcomputertoalocalareanetwork(LAN)throughtheEthernetextension connector,you..

ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide - Page 20

4 Security-lock slot Toprotectyourcomputerfromtheft,youcanpurchaseasecuritycablelockthatfitsthesecurity-lock slottolockthecomputertoastationaryobject. Note: Youareresponsibleforevaluating,selecting,andimplementingthelockingdeviceandsecurity feature.Lenovomakesnocomments,judgments,orwarrantiesaboutthefunction,quality,orperformance ofthelockingdeviceandsecurityfeature. 4 ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide

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Figure3. Left-sideview - Page 21

Left-side view Figure3. Left-sideview 1 Powerconnector 2 LenovoOneLinkconnector 3 HDMI ™ connector 4 MiniDisplayPort ® connector 5 AlwaysOnUSB3.0connector 6 Audioconnector 1 Power connector Whentheacpoweradapterisconnectedtotheacpowerconnector,theacpoweradapterprovidespower tothecomputerandchargesthebattery. 2 Lenovo OneLink connector WhenasupportedThinkPadOneLinkDockorThinkPadOneLinkProDockoptionisconnectedtothe LenovoOneLinkconnector,theoptioncannotonlyextendthecomputercapabilitiesbutalsoprovidepower tothecomputerandchargethebattery. TousetheLenovoOneLinkconnector,youneedtoremovethecon..

ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide - Page 22

5 Always On USB 3.0 connector TheAlwaysOnUSB3.0connectorisusedforconnectingUSB-compatibledevices,suchasaUSBprinteror adigitalcamera. Bydefault,theAlwaysOnUSB3.0connectorenablesyoutochargesomemobiledigitaldevicesand smartphonesinthefollowingsituations: • Whenyourcomputerisonorinsleepmode • Whenyourcomputerisinhibernationmodeoristurnedoff,butconnectedtoacpower Ifyouwanttochargethesedeviceswhenthecomputerisinhibernationmodeoristurnedoff,andthe computerisnotconnectedtoacpower,dothefollowing: • ForWindows ® 7 :StartthePowerManagerprogram,clickthe GlobalPowerSettings tab,andthen followthei..

Figure4. Bottomview - Page 23

Bottom view Figure4. Bottomview 1 Fanlouvers 2 Speakers 3 Emergency-resethole 1 Fan louvers Thefanlouversandinternalfanenableairtocirculateinthecomputerandtoensurepropercooling, especiallythecoolingofthemicroprocessor. Note: Toensureproperairflow,donotplaceanyobstaclesinfrontofthefanlouvers. 2 Speakers Yourcomputerisequippedwithapairofstereospeakers. 3 Emergency-reset hole Ifthecomputerstopsrespondingandyoucannotturnitoffbypressingthepowerbutton,removetheac poweradapterandinsertastraightenedpaperclipintotheemergency-resetholetoresetthecomputer. Chapter1 . Productoverview 7

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Micro-SIM-card tray (on some models) - Page 24

Rear view Figure5. Rearview 1 Micro-SIM-cardtray(onsomemodels) 1 Micro-SIM-card tray (on some models) Ifyourcomputersupportsthewirelesswideareanetwork(WAN)feature,amicroSubscriberIdentification Module(SIM)cardmightberequiredtoestablishwireless-WANconnections.Dependingonthecountryor regionofdelivery,amicroSIMcardmightbealreadyinstalledinthemicro-SIM-cardtray. Note: EnsurethatyouuseamicroSIMcard.Donouseastandard-sizedSIMcard.Thestandard-sized SIMcardisnotcompatible. ToinstallorreplacethemicroSIMcard,see“InstallingorreplacingthemicroSIMcard”onpage120. 8 ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide

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Status indicators - Page 25

Status indicators Thestatusindicatorsshowthecurrentstatusofyourcomputer. Note: Yourcomputermighthaveslightvariationsfromthefollowingillustrations. 1 Speaker mute indicator Whenthespeakermuteindicatorison,thespeakersaremuted. 2 Microphone mute indicator Whenthemicrophonemuteindicatorison,themicrophonesaremuted. 3 Camera-status indicator Whenthecamera-statusindicatorison,thecameraisinuse. 4 Caps Lock indicator Whentheindicatorison,itindicatesthatCapsLockmodeisenabled.Youcantypeallalphabeticcharacters (A-Z)inuppercasedirectly. 5 7 System-status indicators Chapter1 . Productoverview 9

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Locatingimportantproductinformation - Page 26

TheindicatorintheThinkPadlogoandtheindicatorinthecenterofthepowerbuttonshowthesystem statusofthecomputer. • Fast-blinkingforthreetimes: Thecomputerisinitiallyconnectedtopower. • On: Thecomputerison(innormalmode). • Fast-blinking: Thecomputerisenteringsleeporhibernationmode. • Slow-blinking: Thecomputerisinsleepmode. • Off: Thecomputerisofforinhibernationmode. 6 Fn Lock indicator TheFnLockindicatorshowsthestatusofFnLockfunction. Formoreinformation,see“Specialkeys” onpage25. Locatingimportantproductinformation Thissectionprovidesinformationtohelpyoulocatethemachinetypeandmodella..

Chapter1 - Page 27

Thecontentofthislabeldiffersdependingonthewirelessmodulesthatcomewithyourcomputer: • Forapreinstalledwirelessmodule,thislabelidentifiestheactualFCCIDandICcertificationnumberfor thewirelessmoduleinstalledbyLenovo. Note: Donotremoveorreplaceapreinstalledwirelessmodulebyyourself.Formodulereplacement,you mustcontactLenovoservicefirst.Lenovoisnotresponsibleforanydamagecausedbyunauthorized replacement. • Forauser-replaceablewireless-WANmodule,thislabeldirectsyoutoconsultthisuserguideforthe actualFCCIDandICcertificationnumber. TheFCCIDandICCertificationnumberlabelfortheuser-replaceablewir..

LabelsfortheWindowsoperatingsystems - Page 28

LabelsfortheWindowsoperatingsystems Windows7CertificateofAuthenticity: ComputermodelspreinstalledwiththeWindows7operating systemhaveaCertificateofAuthenticitylabelaffixedtothecomputercoverorinsidethebattery compartment.TheCertificateofAuthenticityisyourindicationthatthecomputerislicensedforaWindows7 productandispreinstalledwithaWindows7genuineversion.Insomecases,anearlierWindowsversion mightbepreinstalledunderthetermsoftheWindows7Professionallicensedowngraderights.Printedon theCertificateofAuthenticityistheWindows7versionforwhichthecomputerislicensedandtheProduct ID.TheProductIDisimpor..

Specifications - Page 29

• M.2solid-statedrive Display • Colordisplaywiththethin-filmtransistor(TFT)technology • Displaysize: 355.6mm(14inches) • Displayresolution:2560-by-1440or1920-by-1080,dependingonthemodel • Brightnesscontrol • Camera • Microphones • Multi-touchtechnology(onsomemodels) Keyboard • 6-rowbacklitkeyboard • ThinkPadpointingdevice Interface • Audioconnector • LenovoOneLinkconnector • Externalmonitorconnectors(HDMIandMiniDisplayPortconnectors) • AlwaysOnUSB3.0connector • USB3.0connector • Ethernetextensionconnector GPS and wireless features • GlobalPositioningSystem..

ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide - Page 30

• FullHighDefinition(FHD)Plusmodels: – Width: 331mm(13inches) – Depth: 226.8mm(8.92inches) – Height:13.9mmto19.95(0.55inchto0.79inch) Heat output • 45W(154Btu/hr)maximum • 65W(222Btu/hr)maximum Power source (ac power adapter) • Sine-waveinputat50to60Hz • Inputratingoftheacpoweradapter:100to240Vac,50to60Hz Operating environment Thissectionprovidesinformationabouttheoperatingenvironmentofthecomputer. Environment • Maximumaltitudewithoutpressurization:3048m(10000ft) • Temperature – Ataltitudesupto2438m(8000ft) – Operating:5.0°Cto35.0°C(41°Fto95°F) – Storage:5.0°..

Accessing Lenovo programs - Page 31

TolearnmoreabouttheprogramsandothercomputingsolutionsofferedbyLenovo,goto: http://www.lenovo.com/support Accessing Lenovo programs ToaccessLenovoprogramsonyourcomputer,dothefollowing: • For Windows 7 and Windows 10 : 1. ClicktheStartbuttontoopentheStartmenu.Locateaprogrambytheprogramname. 2. IftheprogramisnotdisplayedontheStartmenu,click All programs or All apps todisplayall programs. 3. Ifyoustilldonotfindtheprogramintheprogramlist,searchfortheprograminthesearchbox. • For Windows 8.1 : 1. PresstheWindowskeytoopentheStartscreen.Locateaprogrambytheprogramname. 2. Iftheprogramisnotdispla..

ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide - Page 32

FingerprintManagerPro, LenovoFingerprintManager,or TouchFingerprintManager (Windows7andWindows8.1) Ifyourcomputercomeswithafingerprintreader,theFingerprintManagerPro program,LenovoFingerprintManagerprogram,orTouchFingerprintManager programenablesyoutoenrollyourfingerprintandassociateitwithyour passwords.Asaresult,fingerprintauthenticationcanreplaceyourpasswords andenablesimpleandsecureuseraccess. HotkeyFeaturesIntegration (Windows7,Windows8.1,and Windows10) HotkeyFeaturesIntegrationisautilitypackagethatenablesyoutoselectand installutilityprogramsspecificallyforthespecialkeysandbuttonson..

RescueandRecovery - Page 33

RescueandRecovery ® (Windows7) TheRescueandRecoveryprogramisaone-buttonrecoveryandrestore solution.Itincludesasetofself-recoverytoolstohelpyoudiagnosecomputer problems,gethelp,andrecoverfromsystemcrashes,evenifyoucannotstart theWindowsoperatingsystem. System Update (Windows7andWindows8.1) TheSystemUpdateprogramenablesyoutokeepthesoftwareonthecomputer up-to-datebydownloadingandinstallingsoftwarepackages,includingdevice drivers,UnifiedExtensibleFirmwareInterface(UEFI)basicinput/outputsystem (BIOS)updates,andotherthird-partyprograms. WRITEit (Windows8.1andWindows10) WRITEitgivesyouinstanthan..

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Chapter2. Usingyourcomputer - Page 35

Chapter2. Usingyourcomputer Thischapterprovidesinformationonusingsomeofthecomputercomponents. • “Registeringyourcomputer”onpage19 • “Frequentlyaskedquestions”onpage19 • “Usingthemulti-touchscreen”onpage21 • “Specialkeys”onpage25 • “ThinkPadpointingdevice”onpage27 • “Powermanagement”onpage31 • “Connectingtothenetwork”onpage35 • “Usinganexternaldisplay”onpage40 • “Usingaudiofeatures”onpage41 • “Usingthecamera”onpage42 Registering your computer Whenyouregisteryourcomputer,informationisenteredintoadatabase,whichenablesLenovotocontact y..

ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide - Page 36

• For Windows 8.1: Dooneofthefollowing: – GototheStartscreenbypressingtheWindowskey,clickthepowericoninthetop-rightcorner ofthescreen,thenclick Shut down . – Moveyourpointertothetop-rightorbottom-rightcornerofthescreentodisplaythecharms.Then click Settings ➙ Power ➙ Shut down . Note: Youalsocanopenthe Settings charmbypressingthesettingskey . • ForWindows10: OpentheStartmenu,click Power ,andthenclick Shutdown . How do I access Control Panel? • ForWindows7: OpentheStartmenu,thenclick ControlPanel . • ForWindows8.1: PresstheWindowskeytoopentheStartscreen,clickthearrowicon toope..

GettinghelpabouttheWindowsoperatingsystem - Page 37

1. Onthedesktop,moveyourpointertothetaskbaratthebottomofthescreenandright-clickon thetaskbar. 2. Click Properties .TheTaskbarandNavigationpropertieswindowisdisplayed. 3. Onthe Navigation tab,locatethe Startscreen section,andthendooneofthefollowing: – Tosetthedesktopasyourdefaultstartupscreen,select WhenIsigninorcloseallappsona screen,gotothedesktopinsteadofStart soacheckisvisible. – TosettheStartscreenasyourdefaultstartupscreen,removethecheckfromthe WhenIsignin orcloseallappsonthescreen,gotodesktopinsteadofStart checkbox. 4. Click OK tosavethenewsetting. Printthefollowingsectionsandkeep..

ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide - Page 38

Touchgesture(touchmodels only) Description Touch : Tap. Mouse action : Click. Function :Openanapporperformanactiononanopenapp,suchas Copy , Save ,and Delete ,dependingontheapp. Touch : Tapandhold. Mouse action : Right-click. Function :Openamenuwithmultipleoptions. Touch : Slide. Mouseaction :Scrollthemousewheel,movethescrollbar,orclickthescroll arrow. Function :Scrollthroughitems,suchaslists,pages,andphotos. Touch :Draganitemtothedesiredlocation. Mouseaction :Click,hold,anddraganitem. Function : Moveanobject. Touch :Movetwofingersclosertogether. Mouseaction :PresstheCtrlkeywhilescrollingth..

Chapter2 - Page 39

ThefollowingtableintroducestouchgesturesontheWindows8.1operatingsystem. Touchgesture(touchmodels only) Description Touch :Swipeinfromtherightedge. Mouseaction :Movethepointertothebottom-rightortop-rightcornerofyour screen. Function :Displaythecharmsthatcontainsystemcommands,suchas Start , Settings , Search , Share ,and Devices . Touch :Swipeinfromtheleftedge. Mouseaction :Movethepointertothetop-leftcornerofyourscreen,andthen click.Keepclickingtocyclethroughtheopenapps. Function :Cyclethroughandswitchtoopenapps. Touch :Swipeinandoutontheleftedge. Mouseaction :Movethepointertothetop-leftcorne..

Tips on using the multi-touch screen - Page 40

ThefollowingtableintroducessometouchgesturesontheWindows10operatingsystem. Touchgesture(touchmodels only) Description Touch :Swipeinfromtherightedge. Mouseaction :Clicktheactioncentericon intheWindowsnotificationarea. Function :Opentheactioncentertoseeyournotificationsandquickactions. Touch :Swipeinfromtheleftedge. Mouseaction :Clickthetask-viewicononthetaskbar. Function :Viewallyouropenwindowsintaskview. Touch :Swipeinfromthebottomtotopforfull-screenedapp. Mouseaction :MoveyourcursortotheWindowsnotificationareaatthebottom ofthescreen. Function : Viewthetaskbar. Note: Thefullscreenfeatur..

Special keys - Page 41

Special keys Yourcomputerhasseveralspecialkeystohelpyouworkeasilyandeffectively. Functionkeysandkeycombinations Thekeyboardhasseveralspecialkeys,whichconsistoftheFnkey 1 andthefunctionkeys 2 . YoucanconfiguretheFnkeyandfunctionkeysintheKeyboardPropertieswindowbydoingthefollowing: 1. GotoControlPanel,thenchangetheviewofControlPanelfromCategorytoLargeiconsorSmallicons. 2. Click Keyboard .IntheKeyboardPropertieswindow,clickthe Fnandfunctionkeys or ThinkPad F1–F12 keys tab. 3. Selecttheoptionsofyourpreference. • + EnablesordisablestheFnLockfunction. WhentheFnLockfunctionisenabled: TheFnLoc..

ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide - Page 42

• Mutesorunmutesthemicrophones.Whenthemicrophonesaremuted,theindicatorontheF4 keyison. • Darkensthedisplay. • Brightensthedisplay. • Managesexternaldisplays. • Enablesordisablesthewirelessfeatures. • – Windows7: Opens Control Panel . – Windows8.1:Opensthe Settings charm. – Windows10:OpenstheSettingswindow. • – Windows7:Opens Windows Search . – Windows8.1:Opensthe Search charm. – Windows10:OpenstheCortanasearchbox. • Viewsalltheprogramsthatyouhaveopened. • – Windows7: Opens Computer . – Windows8.1andWindows10:Viewsalltheprograms. • Fn+Spacebar: Controlsthe..

ForWindows7andWindows10: - Page 43

Windows key ForWindows7andWindows10: PresstheWindowskey 1 toopentheStartmenu. ForWindows8.1: PresstheWindowskey 1 toswitchbetweenthecurrentworkspaceandtheStartscreen. YoualsocanusetheWindowskeytogetherwithanotherkeytoachieveotherfunctions. Formore information,refertothehelpinformationsystemoftheWindowsoperatingsystem. ThinkPad pointing device TheThinkPadpointingdeviceenablesyoutoperformallthefunctionsofatraditionalmouse,suchas pointing,clicking,andscrolling.WiththeThinkPadpointingdevice,youalsocanperformavarietyoftouch gestures,suchasrotatingandzoominginorout. TheThinkPadpointingdeviceconsi..

TrackPoint pointing device - Page 44

TrackPoint pointing device TheTrackPointpointingdeviceenablesyoutoperformallthefunctionsofatraditionalmouse,suchas pointing,clicking,andscrolling. TheTrackPointpointingdeviceconsistsofthefollowingfourcomponents: 1 Pointingstick 2 Left-clickbutton(primary-clickbutton) 3 Right-clickbutton(secondary-clickbutton) 4 Scrollbar TousetheTrackPointpointingdevice,refertothefollowinginstructions: Note: Placeyourhandsinthetypingpositionanduseyourindexfingerormiddlefingertoapplypressureto thepointing-sticknonslipcap.Useeitherthumbtopresstheleft-clickbuttonorright-clickbutton. • Point Usethepointings..

Trackpad touch gestures - Page 45

Thetrackpadcanbedividedintotwozones: 1 Left-clickzone(primary-clickzone) 2 Right-clickzone(secondary-clickzone) Tousethetrackpad,refertothefollowinginstructions: • Point Slideonefingeracrossthesurfaceofthetrackpadtomovethepointeraccordingly. • Left-click Presstheleft-clickzone 1 toselectoropenanitem. Youalsocantapanywhereonthesurfaceofthetrackpadwithonefingertoperformtheleft-clickaction. • Right-click Presstheright-clickzone 2 todisplayashortcutmenu. Youalsocantapanywhereonthesurfaceofthetrackpadwithtwofingerstoperformtheright-clickaction. • Scroll Puttwofingersonthetrackpadandm..

ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide - Page 46

Tap Tapanywhereonthetrackpad withonefingertoselectoropen anitem. Two-fingertap Tapanywhereonthetrackpadwith twofingerstodisplayashortcut menu. Two-fingerscroll Puttwofingersonthetrackpad andmovethemintheverticalor horizontaldirection. Thisaction enablesyoutoscrollthroughthe document,Website,orapps. Two-fingerzoomout Puttwofingersonthetrackpadand movethemclosertogethertozoom out. Two-fingerzoomin Puttwofingersonthetrackpad andmovethemfartherapartto zoomin. ThefollowingsectionintroducessometouchgesturesontheWindows8.1operatingsystem. Swipefromthetopedge FromtheStartscreenorthe curren..

Chapter2 - Page 47

CustomizingtheThinkPadpointingdevice YoucancustomizetheThinkPadpointingdevicesoyoucanuseitmorecomfortablyandefficiently.For example,youcanchoosetoenabletheTrackPointpointingdevice,thetrackpad,orboth.Youalsocan disableorenablethetouchgestures. TocustomizetheThinkPadpointingdevice,dothefollowing: 1. GotoControlPanel. 2. Click HardwareandSound ➙ Mouse .TheMousePropertieswindowisdisplayed. 3. Followtheinstructionsonthescreen. Replacing the cap of pointing stick Thecap 1 ontheendofthepointingstickisremovable.Afteryouusethecapforaperiodoftime,you mightconsiderreplacingthecapwithanewone. Note: ..

Checking the battery status - Page 48

Connecting to ac power Toconnectthecomputertoacpower,dothefollowing: Attention: Usinganimproperpowercordmightcauseseveredamagetoyourcomputer. Note: Ensurethatyouperformtheactionsintheorderinwhichtheyarelisted. 1. Connectthepowercordtotheacpoweradapter. 2. Connecttheacpoweradaptertothepowerconnectorofthecomputer. 3. Connectthepowercordintoanelectricaloutlet. Tips for using the ac power adapter • Whentheacpoweradapterisnotinuse,disconnectitfromtheelectricaloutlet. • Donotbindthepowercordtightlyaroundtheacpoweradaptertransformerpackwhenitisconnectedto thetransformer. • Beforeyouchargethe..

Chapter2 - Page 49

Note: Ifyourcomputerenterssleeporhibernationmodewhenthebatteryislow,butthealarmmessage hasnotyetbeendisplayed,themessagewillbedisplayedwhenthecomputerresumes.Toresumenormal operation,whenthemessageisdisplayed,click OK . Charging the battery Whenyoucheckbatterystatusandfindthatthepercentageofpowerremainingisloworwhenthepower alarmalertsyouthattheremainingpowerislow,youneedtochargeyourbattery. Ifanacoutletisconvenient,plugtheacpoweradapterintotheoutlet,andthenplugitintoacpower connectorofthecomputer.Thebatterywillbefullychargedinaboutthreetosixhours.Thechargingtimeis affectedbythebatterysize..

ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide - Page 50

– For Windows 8.1 :GototheStartscreenbypressingtheWindowskey ,clickthepowericon ,thenclick Sleep . – ForWindows10: OpentheStartmenu,click Power ,andthenclick Sleep . • Hibernationmode Byusingthismode,youcanturnoffyourcomputercompletelywithoutsavingfilesorexitingany programsthatarerunning.Whenthecomputerentershibernationmode,allopenprograms,folders,and filesaresavedtothesolid-statedrive,andthenthecomputerturnsoff. Toputthecomputerintohibernationmode,changeyourpowerplansettingsbydoingthefollowing: – ForWindows7 :OpentheStartmenu,thenclickthearrownexttothe Shutdown button. Click Hibe..

Connecting to the network - Page 51

DANGER Iftherechargeablebatterypackisincorrectlyreplaced,thereisdangerofanexplosion. Thebattery packcontainsasmallamountofharmfulsubstances. Toavoidpossibleinjury: • ReplaceonlywithabatteryofthetyperecommendedbyLenovo. • Keep the battery pack away from fire. • Do not expose it to excessive heat. • Do not expose it to water or rain. • Do not short-circuit it. • Store it in a cool dry place. • Keep it away from children. Thebatterypackisaconsumablesupply.Ifyourbatterybeginstodischargetooquickly,replacethebattery packwithanewoneofthetypesrecommendedbyLenovo. Formoreinformationab..

ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide - Page 52

Ethernet connections Youcanconnectyourcomputertoalocalnetworkorabroadbandconnectionbyusingthebuilt-inEthernet featureofthecomputer. ToattachanEthernetcabletoyourcomputer,youneedanEthernetextensionadapter. TheEthernetextensionadapterisavailableasanoptionandshippedwithsomecomputermodelsonly.You canpurchaseanEthernetextensionadapterfromLenovoat: http://www.lenovo.com/essentials DANGER Toavoidtheriskofelectricalshock,donotconnectthetelephonecabletotheEthernetextension adapter. TousetheEthernetextensionadapter,dothefollowing: 1. RemovetheconnectorcoverfromtheEthernetextensionadapter. Note: Store..

Using the wireless-LAN connection - Page 53

• Bluetoothconnection Using the wireless-LAN connection Awireless-LANcoversarelativelysmallgeographicarea,suchasanofficebuildingorahouse.Devices basedonthe802.11standardscanconnecttothistypeofnetwork. Yourcomputercomeswithabuilt-inwirelessnetworkcardandaconfigurationutilitytohelpyouestablish wirelessconnectionsandmonitortheconnectionstatus.Thisenablesyoutostayconnectedtoyournetwork whileyouareattheoffice,inameetingroom,orathome,withnoneedforawiredconnection. Toestablishawireless-LANconnection,dothefollowing: 1. Clickthewireless-network-connection-statusiconintheWindowsnotificationarea..

Using the wireless-WAN connection - Page 54

Wireless status icon status • Powertothewirelessradioisoff. • Powertothewirelessradioison. Noassociation. • Powertothewirelessradioison. Nosignal. • Powertothewirelessradioison.Thesignalstrengthofthewirelessconnectionisexcellent. • Powertothewirelessradioison.Thesignalstrengthofthewirelessconnectionismarginal. • Powertothewirelessradioison.Thesignalstrengthofthewirelessconnectionispoor.Toimprove signalstrength,moveyourcomputerclosertothewirelessaccesspoint. Using the wireless-WAN connection wireless-WANwhichusescellularnetworksfordatatransmission,enablesyoutoestablishwireless co..

Using the Bluetooth connection - Page 55

• Currentlocationprofileisdisconnected. • Currentlocationprofileisconnected. Wireless status icon status: • PowertotheWANradioisoff • Noassociation • Nosignal • Weaksignal • Mediumsignal • Strongsignal Using the Bluetooth connection Bluetoothcanconnectdevicesashortdistancefromoneanother,andiscommonlyusedforconnecting peripheraldevicestoacomputer,transferringdatabetweenhand-helddevicesandapersonalcomputer,or remotelycontrollingandcommunicatingwithdevicessuchasmobilephones. Dependingonthemodel,yourcomputermightsupporttheBluetoothfeature.Totransferdatathrough theBluetoothfeat..

ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide - Page 56

Using an external display Youcanuseanexternaldisplaysuchasaprojectororamonitortogivepresentationsortoexpandyour workspace.Thistopicintroduceshowtoconnectanexternaldisplay,choosedisplaymodes,andchange displaysettings. Yourcomputersupportsthefollowingvideoresolution,iftheexternalmonitoralsosupportsthatresolution. • Upto1920x1200,withanexternaldisplayconnectedtotheVGAconnector • Upto2560x1600,withanexternaldisplayconnectedtotheminiDisplayPortconnector • Upto4096x2160,withanexternaldisplayconnectedtotheHDMIconnector Formoreinformationabouttheexternaldisplay,refertothemanualsprovidedwithit..

Choosing a display mode - Page 57

Choosing a display mode Youcandisplayyourdesktopandappsonthecomputerdisplay,theexternaldisplay,orboth.Tochoose howtodisplaythevideooutput,pressthedisplay-modeswitchingkey andthenselectadisplay modeyouprefer. Therearefourdisplaymodes: • Disconnect :Displaysthevideooutputonlyonyourcomputerscreen. Note: Dependingonthesituation,youmightsee Disconnect , PCscreenonly , Computeronly ,or Disconnect projector . • Duplicate :Displaysthesamevideooutputonbothyourcomputerscreenandanexternaldisplay. • Extend :Extendsthevideooutputfromyourcomputerdisplaytoanexternaldisplay.Youcandragand moveitemsbet..

ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide - Page 58

Thefollowingtableshowsthesupportedfunctionsfortheaudiodevicesattachedtotheconnectorsonyour computerorThinkPadOneLinkDock. Table1. Audiofeaturelist Connector Headset with a 3.5 mm (0.14–inch),4-poleplug Conventional headphones Conventional microphone Comboaudioconnectoron thecomputer Headphone and microphonefunctions supported Headphonefunction supported Notsupported Comboaudioconnector onthesupportedThinkPad OneLinkDock Headphone and microphonefunctions supported Headphonefunction supported Notsupported Toconfigurethemicrophoneforoptimalsoundrecording,usetheRealtekHDAudioManagerprogram.T..

Lenovo Settings - Page 59

– Click Lenovo Settings fromtheStartmenu. Thenclick Camera . Followtheinstructionsonthe screentoconfigurethecamerasettingsasdesired. Chapter2 . Usingyourcomputer 43

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Chapter3. Enhancingyourcomputer - Page 61

Chapter3. Enhancingyourcomputer Thischapterprovidesinstructionsonhowtousehardwaredevicestoexpandyourcomputercapabilities.It includesthefollowingtopics: • “FindingThinkPadoptions”onpage45 • “ThinkPaddocks”onpage45 Finding ThinkPad options Ifyouwanttoexpandthecapabilitiesofyourcomputer,Lenovohasanumberofhardwareaccessoriesand upgradestomeetyourneeds.Optionsincludestoragedevices,networkcards,docks,batteries,power adapters,printers,scanners,keyboards,mice,andmore. YoucanshopatLenovo24hoursaday,7daysaweekdirectlyovertheWorldWideWeb.Allyouneedisan Internetconnectionandacreditcard. Tos..

ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide - Page 62

ThinkPadOneLinkDockandThinkPadOneLinkProDockfrontview 1 Security-lockslot :Toprotectyourdockfromtheft,youcanpurchaseasecuritycablelock,suchas aKensington-stylecablelock,thatfitsthissecurity-lockslottolockyourdocktoadesk,table,orother non-permanentfixture. 2 USB3.0connector :UsedtoconnectdevicesthatarecompatiblewithUSB3.0. 3 AlwaysOnUSBconnector :Bydefault,theAlwaysOnUSBconnectorenablesyoutochargesome mobiledigitaldevicesandsmartphonesnomatterwhenyourcomputerisinsleepmode,hibernationmode, orisoff.Formoreinformation,refertothedocumentationthatcomeswiththedock. 4 Comboaudioconnector :Usedtoc..

Chapter3 - Page 63

ThinkPad OneLink Dock rear view 1 USB2.0connector :UsedtoconnectdevicesthatarecompatiblewithUSB2.0. 2 Ethernetconnector :UsedtoconnectthedocktoanEthernetLAN.Theindicatorsonthisconnector havethesamefunctionastheonesonthecomputer. 3 HDMIconnector :UsedtoconnectadigitalaudiodeviceorvideomonitorthatiscompatiblewithHDMI. 4 Powerconnector :Usedtoconnecttheacpoweradapter. 5 LenovoOneLinkconnector :ConnecttheLenovoOneLinkconnectortothecomputer. Chapter3 . Enhancingyourcomputer 47

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ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide - Page 64

ThinkPad OneLink Pro Dock rear view 1 USB2.0connectors :UsedtoconnectdevicesthatarecompatiblewithUSB2.0. 2 USB3.0connectors :UsedtoconnectdevicesthatarecompatiblewithUSB3.0andUSB2.0. 3 Ethernetconnector :UsedtoconnectthedocktoanEthernetLAN.Theindicatorsonthisconnector havethesamefunctionastheonesonthecomputer.TheEthernetconnectorsupportsPXEbootonyour computer.FormoreinformationaboutPXEboot,see“PrebooteXecutionEnvironment”onpage83. 4 DisplayPortconnector :Usedtoattachahigh-performancemonitor,adirect-drivemonitor,orother devicesthatuseaDisplayPortconnector. 5 Powerconnector :Usedtoconnect..

Chapter4. Youandyourcomputer - Page 65

Chapter4. Youandyourcomputer Thischapterprovidesinformationaboutaccessibility,comfort,andtravelingwithyourcomputer. • “Accessibilityandcomfort”onpage49 • “Travelingwithyourcomputer”onpage53 Accessibility and comfort Goodergonomicpracticeisimportanttogetthemostfromyourpersonalcomputerandtoavoiddiscomfort. Arrangeyourworkplaceandtheequipmentyouusetosuityourindividualneedsandthekindofwork thatyouperform.Inaddition,usehealthyworkhabitstomaximizeyourperformanceandcomfortwhile usingyourcomputer. Thefollowingtopicsprovideinformationaboutarrangingyourworkarea,settingupyourcomputer equip..

What if you are traveling? - Page 66

Armandhandposition :Keepyourforearms,wrists,andhandsinarelaxedandneutral(horizontal)position. Typewithasofttouchwithoutpoundingthekeys. Legposition :Keepyourthighsparalleltothefloorandyourfeetflatonthefloororonafootrest. What if you are traveling? Itmightnotbepossibletoobservethebestergonomicpracticeswhenyouareusingyourcomputerwhile onthemoveorinacasualsetting. Regardlessofthesetting,trytoobserveasmanyofthesetipsas possible.Sittingproperlyandusingadequatelighting,forexample,willhelpyoumaintaindesirablelevels ofcomfortandperformance. Questions about vision? ThevisualdisplayscreensofThinkP..

keyboard shortcuts - Page 67

Keyboard shortcut Function NumLockforfiveseconds TurnonorturnoffToggleKeys LeftAlt+LeftShift+NumLock TurnonorturnoffMouseKeys LeftAlt+LeftShift+PrtScn(orPrtSc) TurnonorturnoffHighContrast Formoreinformation,gotohttp://windows.microsoft.com/,andthentypeanyofthefollowingkeywords forsearching: keyboard shortcuts , key combinations , shortcut keys . Ease of Access Center EaseofAccessCenterontheWindowsoperatingsystemenablesuserstoconfiguretheircomputersto suittheirphysicalandcognitiveneeds. TouseEaseofAccessCenter,dothefollowing: 1. GotoControlPanel,andensurethatyouviewControlPanelbyCategory. ..

ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide - Page 68

1. GotoControlPanel,andensurethatyouviewControlPanelbyCategory. 2. Click Ease of Access ➙ Speech Recognition . 3. Followtheinstructionsonthescreen. Screen-reader technologies Screen-readertechnologiesareprimarilyfocusedonsoftwareprograminterfaces,helpinformationsystems, andvariousonlinedocuments.Foradditionalinformationaboutscreenreaders,seethefollowing: • UsingPDFswithscreenreaders: http://www.adobe.com/accessibility.html?promoid=DJGVE • UsingtheJAWSscreenreader: http://www.freedomscientific.com/jaws-hq.asp • UsingtheNVDAscreenreader: http://www.nvaccess.org/ Screen resolution You..

Traveling with your computer - Page 69

Industry-standard connectors Yourcomputerprovidesindustry-standardconnectorsthatenableyoutoconnectassistivedevices. Formoreinformationaboutthelocationandfunctionoftheconnectors,see“Locatingcomputercontrols, connectors,andindicators”onpage1. Documentation in accessible formats Lenovoprovideselectronicdocumentationinaccessibleformats,suchasproperlytaggedPDFfilesor HyperTextMarkupLanguage(HTML)files. Lenovoelectronicdocumentationisdevelopedtoensure thatvisuallyimpaireduserscanreadthedocumentationthroughascreenreader. Eachimageinthe documentationalsoincludesadequatealternativetextsothatvi..

ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide - Page 70

• Ethernetcable • Aqualitycarryingcasethatprovidesadequatecushionandprotection • Externalstoragedevice Ifyouaretravelingtoanothercountry,youmightwanttoconsideranacpoweradapterforthecountryto whichyouaretraveling. Topurchasetravelaccessories,gotohttp://www.lenovo.com/accessories. 54 ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide

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Chapter 5. Security - Page 71

Chapter 5. Security Thischapterprovidesinformationabouthowtoprotectyourcomputerfromtheftandunauthorizeduse. • “Usingpasswords”onpage55 • “Solid-statedrivesecurity”onpage59 • “Settingthesecuritychip”onpage60 • “Usingthefingerprintreader”onpage61 • “Noticeondeletingdatafromyoursolid-statedrive”onpage64 • “Usingfirewalls”onpage65 • “Protectingdataagainstviruses”onpage65 Using passwords Youcanhelppreventyourcomputerfromunauthorizedusebyusingpasswords.Onceyousetapassword, apromptisdisplayedonthescreeneachtimeyouturnonthecomputer.Enteryourpasswordatthep..

ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide - Page 72

3. Dependingonyourneed,dooneofthefollowing: • Tosetapassword,dothefollowing: a. Inthe EnterNewPassword field,typeadesiredpasswordandpressEnter. b. Inthe ConfirmNewPassword field,retypethepasswordandpressEnter. • Tochangeapassword,dothefollowing: a. Inthe EnterCurrentPassword field,typethecurrentpower-onpasswordandpressEnter. b. Inthe EnterNewPassword field,typethenewpower-onpasswordandpressEnter;thenretype thepasswordinthe ConfirmNewPassword fieldandEnter. • Toremoveapassword,dothefollowing: a. Inthe EnterCurrentPassword field,typethecurrentpower-onpasswordandpressEnter. b. Le..

Hard disk passwords - Page 73

– Internalwirelessdevice – InternalBluetoothdevice – InternalNetworkOptionROM – Internalwireless-WANdevice – Securitymode – Fingerprintreaderpriority Notes: • ThesystemadministratorcansetthesamesupervisorpasswordonmanyThinkPadnotebookcomputers tomakeadministrationeasier. • When LockUEFIBIOSSettings optionisenabled,allBIOSsettingscannotbechanged.Tochange thesettings,asupervisorpasswordisrequired. Setting, changing, orremovingasupervisorpassword Beforeyoustart,printtheseinstructions. Onlyasystemadministratorcanset,change,orremoveasupervisorpassword.Toset,change,orremovea super..

ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide - Page 74

Ifauserharddiskpasswordhasbeenset,butnomasterharddiskpasswordhasbeen,theusermust entertheuserharddiskpasswordtoaccessfilesandapplicationsonthesolid-statedrive. • Master hard disk password Themasterharddiskpasswordalsorequiresauserharddiskpassword.Themasterharddiskpassword isusuallysetandusedbyasystemadministrator.Itenablestheadministratortoaccessanysolid-state driveinasystemlikeamasterkey.Theadministratorsetsthemasterpassword;thenassignsauser passwordforeachcomputerinthenetwork.Theusercanthenchangetheuserpasswordasdesired,but theadministratorstillcangetaccessbyusingthemasterpassword. Whe..

Solid-state drive security - Page 75

3. ASetupNoticewindowisdisplayed.PressEnteragaintocontinue.Theuserharddiskpassword ischanged. Note: Theharddiskpasswordcannotberemovedin UserHDP mode. – Ifyouselect MasterHDP mode,followthefollowingstepstochangethemasterharddiskpassword: 1. Typethecurrentmasterharddiskpasswordinthe EnterCurrentPassword fieldandpressEnter. 2. Typethenewmasterharddiskpasswordinthe EnterNewPassword fieldandpressEnter;then retypethenewpasswordyoujustenteredinthe ConfirmNewPassword fieldandpressEnter. 3. ASetupNoticewindowisdisplayed.PressEntertocontinue.Themasterharddiskpasswordis changed. Note: Ifyouleav..

Setting the security chip - Page 76

• ToprovidereliablesecurityfortheUEFIBIOS,usethesecuritychipandasecurityapplicationwitha TrustedPlatformModulemanagementfeature.Referto“Settingthesecuritychip”onpage60. • IfaDiskEncryptionstoragedriveisinstalledinyourcomputer,besuretoprotectthecontentsofyour computermemoryfromunauthorizedaccessbyuseofdriveencryptionsoftware,suchasMicrosoft WindowsBitLocker ® DriveEncryption.See“UsingWindowsBitLockerDriveEncryption”onpage60. • Beforeyoudisposeof,sell,orhandoveryourcomputer,deletedatastoredonit.Formoreinformation, referto“Noticeondeletingdatafromyoursolid-statedrive”onpage6..

Using the fingerprint reader - Page 77

5. Movetoanitemyouwanttosetbyusingthedirectionalkeys.Whentheitemishighlighted,pressEnter. 6. Setotheritemsthatyouwanttoset. 7. PressF10.ASetupConfirmationwindowisdisplayed.Select Yes tosavetheconfigurationchanges andexit. Notes: • EnsurethatthesupervisorpasswordhasbeensetinThinkPadSetup.Otherwiseanyonecanchangethe settingsforthesecuritychip. • Ifthesecuritychipisinactiveordisabled,the ClearSecurityChip optionwillnotbedisplayed. • Whenyouclearthesecuritychip,turnoffyourcomputerandthenturnitonagainafteryousetthe securitychipto Active .Otherwise,the ClearSecurityChip optionisnotdisplay..

1. Placethetopjointofyourfingeronthesensor. - Page 78

1. Placethetopjointofyourfingeronthesensor. 2. Applylightpressureandswipeyourfingertowardyouacrossthereaderinonesmoothmotion.Donot liftyourfingerwhenyouareswipingit. 62 ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide

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Indicatorbehavior - Page 79

Indicator behavior of the fingerprint reader Indicatorbehavior Description Green Thefingerprintreaderisreadyforswiping. Amber Thefingerprintcannotbeauthenticated. Associatingyourfingerprintswithyourpower-onpasswordandharddiskpassword Toassociateyourfingerprintswithyourpower-onpasswordandharddiskpassword,dothefollowing: 1. Turnoffandthenturnonthecomputer. 2. Whenprompted,swipeyourfingeroverthefingerprintreader. 3. Enteryourpower-onpassword,harddiskpassword,orbothasrequired.Theconnectioniscreated. Whenyoustartthecomputeragain,youcanuseyourfingerprintstologintothecomputerwithnoneedto e..

Noticeondeletingdatafromyoursolid-statedrive - Page 80

• SecurityMode: Specifiesthesettingsofthesecuritymode. • PasswordAuthentication: Enablesordisablesthepasswordauthentication. Note: Thisitemisdisplayedonlyif Highsecurity modeisenabled. • ResetFingerprintData: Selectthisitemtoeraseallofthefingerprintdatastoredineithertheinternal orexternalfingerprintreader. Maintaining the fingerprint reader Thefollowingactionscoulddamagethefingerprintreaderorcauseitnottoworkproperly: • Scratchingthesurfaceofthereaderwithahard,pointedobject. • Scrapingthesurfaceofthereaderwithyourfingernailoranythinghard. • Usingortouchingthereaderwithadirt..

Using firewalls - Page 81

Theseoperations,however,onlychangethefilelocationofthedata;theydonotdeletethedataitself.In otherwords,thedataretrievalprocessingisdisabledunderanoperatingsystemsuchasWindowsoperating system.Thedataisstillthere,eventhoughitseemstobelost.Thus,itissometimespossibletoreadthe databyuseofspecialsoftwarefordatarecovery.Thereisariskthatpeopleofbadfaithmightreadand misusethecriticaldataonthesolid-statedrivesforunexpectedpurposes. Topreventleakageofdata,itisimportantthatyoudeleteallthedatafromthesolid-statedrivewhen youdisposeof,sell,orhandoveryourcomputer.Youcandestroythedataphysicallybysmashingthe..

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Installing a new operating system - Page 83

Chapter6. Advancedconfiguration Thischapterprovidesthefollowinginformationtohelpyouconfigurethecomputer: • “Installinganewoperatingsystem”onpage67 • “Installingdevicedrivers”onpage69 • “UsingtheThinkPadSetupprogram”onpage69 • “Usingsystemmanagement”onpage83 Installing a new operating system Insomesituations,youmightneedtoinstallanewoperatingsystem.Thistopicprovidesinstructionson howtoinstallanewoperatingsystem. InstallingtheWindows7operatingsystem Beforeyoustart,printtheseinstructions. Attention: Theprocessofinstallinganewoperatingsystemdeletesallthedataonyoursolid..

InstallingtheWindows8.1orWindows10operatingsystem - Page 84

Note: Afterinstallingtheoperatingsystem,donotchangetheinitial UEFI/LegacyBoot settinginthe ThinkPadSetupprogram.Otherwisetheoperatingsystemwillnotstartcorrectly. WhenyouinstalltheWindows7operatingsystem,youmightneedoneofthefollowingcountryorregion codes: Countryorregion Code Countryorregion Code China SC Netherlands NL Denmark DK Norway NO Finland FI Spain SP France FR Sweden SV Germany GR TaiwanandHongKong TC Italy IT UnitedStates US Japan JP InstallingtheWindows8.1orWindows10operatingsystem Beforeyoustart,printtheseinstructions. Attention: • Theprocessofinstallinganewoperatingsystemdele..

Installing device drivers - Page 85

Countryorregion Code Countryorregion Code China SC Netherlands NL Denmark DK Norway NO Finland FI Spain SP France FR Sweden SV Germany GR TaiwanandHongKong TC Italy IT UnitedStates US Japan JP Installing device drivers Devicedriveristheprogramthatoperatesaparticularhardwaredeviceofthecomputer.Ifadevicedoes notperformwelloryouinstallanewdevice,youneedtoinstallorupdatethecorrespondingdevicedriver. Forexample,ifyouusetheWindows7operatingsystem,tousetheUSB3.0connector,youneedto downloadandinstalltheUSB3.0driver. Todownloadthelatestdevicedrivers,dothefollowing: 1. Gotohttp://www.lenovo.com/Think..

ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide - Page 86

Note: Defaultvaluesarein boldface . 4. Tochangeotherconfigurations,presstheEsckeytoexitthesubmenuandreturntotheparentmenu. 5. Whenyoucompletetheconfiguration,pressF10.ASetupConfirmationwindowisdisplayed.Click Yes tosavetheconfigurationandexittheThinkPadSetupprogram.Youalsocanselectthe Restart tabin theThinkPadSetupmenu,andrestartyourcomputerwithoneoftheprovidedoptions. Note: YoucanpressF9torestoretothedefaultsettings. Main menu WhenyouentertheThinkPadSetupprogram,youwillfirstseethe Main menuasfollows: • UEFIBIOSVersion • UEFIBIOSDate • EmbeddedControllerVersion • MEFirmwareVers..

Table2. Configmenuitems(continued) - Page 87

Table2. Configmenuitems(continued) Menu item Submenuitem Value Comments Ifyouselect AC and Battery ,WakeonLANis enabledwithanypower sources. Notes: • Themagicpackettype WakeonLANrequires acpower. • TheWakeonLAN functiondoesnot workwhenaharddisk passwordisset. EthernetLANOptionROM (for Legacy Only boot modeor Both with Legacy first ) • Disabled • Enabled LoadtheEthernetLAN OptionROMtoenable startupfromanintegrated networkdevice. UEFIIPv4NetworkStack (for UEFIOnly bootmode or Both with UEFIfirst ) • Disabled • Enabled EnableordisableInternet ProtocolVersion4(IPv4) networkstackf..

Table2. Configmenuitems(continued) - Page 88

Table2. Configmenuitems(continued) Menu item Submenuitem Value Comments orpower-offmodeandin batterymode. USB3.0Mode • Disabled • Enabled • Auto SettheUSB3.0controller modefortheportsshared betweenUSB2.0andUSB 3.0controllers. Ifyouselect Auto ,itenables youtoconnectandroute appropriateUSB3.0or USB2.0connectors. Ifyouselect Enabled ,it enablesUSB3.0mode andallowsUSB3.0tobe supportedintheoperating system. Ifyouselect Disabled ,it disablesandhidestheUSB 3.0controller,andUSB3.0 connectorswillworkas USB2.0connectors. TrackPoint • Disabled • Enabled Enableordisablethe built-inTrackPoin..

Table2. Configmenuitems(continued) - Page 89

Table2. Configmenuitems(continued) Menu item Submenuitem Value Comments Disabled : Executesthe specialfunction. Totemporarilyswitchthe abovetwooptions,press Fn+EsctoenableFnLock. TheFnLockindicatorison whenFnLockisenabled. FnStickykey • Disabled • Enabled Whentheoptionisenabled, youcanpresstheFnkey tokeepitinapressed condition;thenpressthe desiredfunctionkey. The actionisequivalentto pressingtherequiredkey simultaneouslywiththeFn key. Whenyoupressthe Fnkeytwice,thestateis lockeduntilyoupressthe Fnkeyagain. BootDisplayDevice • ThinkPadLCD • HDMI • DisplayPort • Displayondock Sel..

Table2. Configmenuitems(continued) - Page 90

Table2. Configmenuitems(continued) Menu item Submenuitem Value Comments • 10seconds duringbootbecausethey needafewsecondstobe ready.Trythisoptionifthe monitorbeinguseddoes notdisplaythebootscreen. Intel SpeedStep ® technology (IntelSpeedStepmounted modelsonly) • Disabled • Enabled ModeforAC • MaximumPerformance • BatteryOptimized ModeforBattery • MaximumPerformance • BatteryOptimized SelectthemodeofIntel SpeedSteptechnologyat runtime. Maximum Performance: Alwayshighestspeed. BatteryOptimized: Always lowestspeed. Disabled: Noruntime support,highestspeed. Adaptive Thermal Mana..

Table2. Configmenuitems(continued) - Page 91

Table2. Configmenuitems(continued) Menu item Submenuitem Value Comments norresumedwhentheac poweradapterisattached. Intel Rapid Start Technology • Disabled • Enabled Enterafter: • Immediately • 1minute • 2minutes • 5minutes • 10minutes • 15minutes • 30minutes • 1hour • 2hours • 3 hours Tousethisfeature,aspecial partitiononthesolid-state driveisrequired. Whenenabled, the computerentersalower powerstateafterthe specifiedtimeinsleep state. Andittakesonly secondstoresumenormal operation. DisableBuilt-inBattery • Yes • No Temporarilydisablethe internalbuilt-inbatter..

Table2. Configmenuitems(continued) - Page 92

Table2. Configmenuitems(continued) Menu item Submenuitem Value Comments Note: Youcanenterthe MEBxSetupmenuby pressingtheCtrl+Pkey combinationintheStartup InterruptMenuwindow.To displaytheStartupInterrupt Menuwindow,pressthe blackbuttonorEnter keyduringthepower-on self-test(POST). CIRATimeout 0-255 Note: Thedefaultvalueis 60seconds. Setthetimeoutoptionfor CIRAconnectiontobe established. Selectable secondvaluesarefrom1to 254. Ifyouselect 0 ,use60 secondsasthedefault timeoutvalue. Ifyouselect 255 ,the waitingtimeforestablishing aconnectionisunlimited. ConsoleType • PCANSI • VT100+ • PC-..

Table3. Securitymenuitems - Page 93

Table3. Securitymenuitems Menuitem Submenuitem Value Comments Supervisor Password • Disabled • Enabled See“Supervisorpassword”onpage56. LockUEFIBIOS Settings • Disabled • Enabled Enableordisablethefunctionthatprotects itemsinThinkPadSetupfrombeingchanged byauserwhodoesnothavethesupervisor password.Bydefault,thisissetto Disabled . Ifyousetthesupervisorpasswordandenable thisfunction,noonebutyoucanchangeany itemsinThinkPadSetup. Password at UnattendedBoot • Disabled • Enabled Ifyouselectandenable Password at unattended boot ,apasswordpromptis displayedwhenthecomputeristurnedon,..

Table3. Securitymenuitems(continued) - Page 94

Table3. Securitymenuitems(continued) Menuitem Submenuitem Value Comments Predesktop Authentication • Disabled • Enabled Enableordisablefingerprintauthentication beforetheoperatingsystemisloaded. ReaderPriority • External ➙ Internal • InternalOnly If External ➙ Internal isselected,anexternal fingerprintreaderisusedifattached.Otherwise, aninternalfingerprintreaderisused.If Internal Only isselected,aninternalfingerprintreader isused. SecurityMode • Normal • High Iffingerprintauthenticationfails,youstillcan startthecomputerbyenteringapassword. If youhaveselected Normal ,ent..

Table3. Securitymenuitems(continued) - Page 95

Table3. Securitymenuitems(continued) Menuitem Submenuitem Value Comments select Disabled ,thesecuritychipishiddenand itisnotfunctional. Note: ThisitemisdisplayedwhenSecurityChip Selectionissetto IntelPTT . SecurityReporting Options EnableordisablethefollowingSecurity ReportingOptions: • BIOS ROM String Reporting : BIOStext string. • SMBIOSReporting :SMBIOSdata. CMOSReporting and NVRAMReporting are alwaysenabledtoenhancesystemsecurity. Note: Theseitemsaredisplayedonlyifyouhave selected Active or Enabled forthe Security Chip option. ClearSecurityChip • Enter Cleartheencryptionkey. Note:..

Table3. Securitymenuitems(continued) - Page 96

Table3. Securitymenuitems(continued) Menuitem Submenuitem Value Comments IntelVirtualization Technology • Disabled • Enabled Ifyouselect Enabled ,aVirtualMachineMonitor (VMM)canutilizetheadditionalhardware capabilitiesprovidedbyIntelVirtualization Technology. Virtualization IntelVT-dFeature • Disabled • Enabled IntelVT-dstandsforIntelVirtualization TechnologyforDirectedI/O.Whenenabled,a VMMcanutilizetheplatforminfrastructurefor I/Ovirtualization. EthernetLAN • Disabled • Enabled Ifyouselect Enabled ,youcanusetheEthernet LANdevice. WirelessLAN • Disabled • Enabled Ifyouselect..

Table3. Securitymenuitems(continued) - Page 97

Table3. Securitymenuitems(continued) Menuitem Submenuitem Value Comments SecureBoot • Disabled • Enabled EnableordisabletheUEFISecureBootfeature. Select Enable topreventunauthorizedoperating systemsfromrunningatboottime. Select Disabled toallowanyoperatingsystemstorun atboottime. PlatformMode • SetupMode • UserMode Specifythesystemoperatingmode. SecureBootMode • StandardMode • CustomMode SpecifytheSecureBootmode. ResettoSetupMode Thisoptionisusedtoclearthecurrentplatform keyandputthesysteminto SetupMode .You caninstallyourownplatformkeyandcustomize theSecureBootsignaturedatabase..

ToexittheThinkPadSetupprogramandrestartthecomputer,select - Page 98

Table4. Startupmenuitems Menu item Value Comments Boot Selectthebootdevicewhenyou pressthepowerbuttontoturnonthe computer. Network Boot Selectthebootdevicewhenthesystem wakesfromLAN.If Wake On LAN is enabled,thenetworkadministratorcan turnonallofthecomputersinaLAN remotelybyuseofnetworkmanagement software. UEFI/LegacyBoot • Both – UEFI/LegacyBootPriority – UEFIFirst – Legacy First • UEFIOnly • LegacyOnly CSMSupport (forUEFIOnly) • Yes • No Selectsystembootcapability. • Both :Selectpriorityofbootoptions betweenUEFIandLegacy. • UEFIOnly :Thesystemwillbootfrom theUEFIenable..

Updating the UEFI BIOS - Page 99

• ExitSavingChanges :Savethechangesandrestartthecomputer. • ExitDiscardingChanges :Discardthechangesandrestartthecomputer. • LoadSetupDefaults :Restoretothefactorydefaultsettings. Note: Enable OSOptimizedDefaults tomeettheWindows8orWindows10certificationrequirements. Whenyouchangethissetting,someothersettingsarechangedautomatically,suchas CSMSupport , UEFI/LegacyBoot , SecureBoot ,and SecureRollBackPrevention . • Discard Changes :Discardthechanges. • Save Changes : Savethechanges. Updating the UEFI BIOS TheUEFIBIOSisthefirstprogramthatthecomputerrunswhenthecomputeristurnedon.The..

Setting management features - Page 100

WhentheWakeonLANfeatureisenabled,manyoperations,suchasdatatransfer,softwareupdates,and FlashupdatesoftheUEFIBIOS,canbedoneremotelywithoutremoteattendance.Theupdatingprocess canperformafternormalworkinghoursandonweekends,sothattheusersarenotinterruptedduringwork, andtheLANtrafficiskepttoaminimum.Itsavestimeandincreasesproductivity. Note: IfthecomputeristurnedonthroughWakeonLAN,thecomputerstartsfollowthe NetworkBoot sequence. Asset ID EEPROM TheAssetIDEEPROMcontainsinformationaboutthecomputerconfigurationandtheserialnumbersof thekeycomponents.Italsoincludesanumberofblankfieldswhereyoucanre..

Checking the requirements for flash updates - Page 101

Checking the requirements for flash updates Anetworkadministratorcanupdatetheprogramsonyourcomputerfromamanagementconsole,ifthe followingrequirementsaremet: • ThecomputermustbestartedoverLAN. • ThecomputermustbeengagedinthePrebooteXecutionEnvironment(PXE). • Anetwork-managementprogrammustbeinstalledonthecomputerofthenetworkadministrator. Chapter6 . Advancedconfiguration 85

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Generaltipsforpreventingproblems - Page 103

Chapter7. Preventingproblems AnimportantpartofowningaThinkPadnotebookcomputerismaintenance. Withpropercare,you canavoidcommonproblems.Thischapterprovidesinformationthatcanhelpyoukeepyourcomputer runningsmoothly. • “Generaltipsforpreventingproblems”onpage87 • “Makingsuredevicedriversarecurrent”onpage88 • “Takingcareofyourcomputer”onpage89 Generaltipsforpreventingproblems Thistopicprovidesthefollowingtipstohelpyoupreventcomputingproblems: • Checkthecapacityofyoursolid-statedrivefromtimetotime.Ifthesolid-statedrivegetstoofull,the Windowsoperatingsystemwillslowdownandmightpr..

Makingsuredevicedriversarecurrent - Page 104

– Ifyourcomputerusesdiscsastherecoverymedia,donotremovethediscfromthedriveuntil promptedtodoso. • Forsuspectedsolid-statedriveissues,referto“Diagnosingproblems”onpage93andrunadiagnostic testforthedrivebeforeyoucalltheCustomerSupportCenter. Ifyourcomputerdoesnotstartup, downloadthefilestocreateabootableself-testmediumfromhttp://www.lenovo.com/hddtest.Runthe testandrecordanymessagesorerrorcodes.Ifthetestreturnsanyfailingerrorcodesormessages, calltheCustomerSupportCenterwiththecodesormessagesandthecomputerinfrontofyou. A technicianwillassistyoufurther. • Ifrequired,youcanfindthecon..

Taking care of your computer - Page 105

FormoreinformationabouthowtousetheSystemUpdateprogram,refertothehelpinformationsystem oftheprogram. Taking care of your computer Althoughyourcomputerisdesignedtofunctionreliablyinnormalworkenvironments,youneedtouse commonsenseinhandlingit.Byfollowingtheimportanttipsinthistopic,youwillgetthemostuseand enjoymentoutofyourcomputer. Be careful about where and how you work • Storepackingmaterialssafelyoutofthereachofchildrentopreventtheriskofsuffocationfromplastic bags. • Keepyourcomputerawayfrommagnets,activatedcellularphones,electricalappliances,orspeakers (morethan13cmor5inches). • Avoid..

Cleaningthecoverofyourcomputer - Page 106

• Storeyourexternalandremovableharddiskdriveoropticaldrivesintheappropriatecontainersor packagingwhentheyarenotbeingused. Take care in setting passwords • Rememberyourpasswords.Ifyouforgetasupervisororharddiskpassword,Lenovowillnotresetit,and youmighthavetoreplaceyoursystemboardorsolid-statedrive. Taking care of the fingerprint reader Thefollowingactionscoulddamagethefingerprintreaderorcauseitnottoworkproperly: • Scratchingthesurfaceofthefingerprintreaderwithahard,pointedobject. • Scrapingthesurfaceofthefingerprintreaderwithyourfingernailoranythinghard. • Usingortouchingthe..

Cleaning your computer display - Page 107

2. Wipeeachkeytopsurfacewiththecloth.Wipethekeysonebyone;ifyouwipeseveralkeysatatime, theclothmighthookontoanadjacentkeyandpossiblydamageit.Makesurethatnoliquiddripsonto orbetweenthekeys. 3. Allowtodry. 4. Toremoveanycrumbsordustfrombeneaththekeys,youcanuseacamerablowerwithabrush orcoolairfromahairdryer. Cleaning your computer display Tocleanthecomputerdisplay,dothefollowing: 1. Gentlywipethedisplaywithadry,softlint-freecloth.Ifyouseeascratchlikemarkonyourdisplay,it mightbeastaintransferredfromthekeyboardortheTrackPointpointingstickwhenthecoverwas pressedfromtheoutside. 2. Wipeordustthestai..

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Chapter8. Troubleshootingcomputerproblems - Page 109

Chapter8. Troubleshootingcomputerproblems Thischapterprovidesinformationonwhattodoifyouexperienceaproblemwithyourcomputer. • “Diagnosingproblems”onpage93 • “Troubleshooting”onpage93 Diagnosing problems Ifyouexperienceproblemswithyourcomputer,usetheLenovoSolutionCenterprogramasastarting pointforsolvingthem. TheLenovoSolutionCenterprogramenablesyoutotroubleshootandresolvecomputerproblems. It combinesdiagnostictests,systeminformationcollection,securitystatus,andsupportinformation,along withhintsandtipsformaximumsystemperformance. Notes: • TheLenovoSolutionCenterprogramalsoisavail..

ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide - Page 110

• Ifyoucannotturnoffyourcomputerbypressingandholdingthepowerbutton,removeallsources ofpowerfromthecomputerandresetthesystembyinsertingastraightenedpaperclipintothe emergency-resethole.Tolocatetheresethole,referto“Bottomview”onpage7.Afterthecomputer isoff,reconnecttheacpoweradapterandrestartthecomputerbypressingthepowerbutton.Ifthe computerdoesnotturnon,continuewithstep3. 2. Whilethecomputerisoff,removeallsourcesofpowerfromthecomputerandresetthesystemby insertingastraightenedpaperclipintotheemergency-resethole.Reattachtheacpoweradapterand restartthecomputer.Ifthecomputerdoesnotturnback..

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Solution :TheEEPROMchecksumisnotcorrect(block#4and5).Thesystemboardshouldbereplaced, andtheuniversallyuniqueidentifier(UUID)needstobereinstalled.Havethecomputerserviced. • Message :0190:Criticallow-batteryerror Solution :Thecomputerturnedoff,becausethebatterypowerislow.Connecttheacpoweradapterto thecomputerandchargethebatteries. • Message :0191:SystemSecurity-Invalidremotechangerequested Solution :Thesystemconfigurationchangehasfailed.Confirmtheoperationandtryagain.Toclearthe error,enterThinkPadSetup. • Message :0199:SystemSecurity-Securitypasswordretrycountexceeded. Solution :This..

ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide - Page 112

FirmwareInterfaceSpecification.Iftheuserselects“No”,alldataiskept,buttheoperatingsystemor applicationswillnotbeabletocreate,modify,ordeletedatainthestorage. Ifthiserrorhappensataservicecenter,Lenovoauthorizedservicepersonnelwillcleanupthenon-volatile systemUEFIvariablestorageusingtheabovesolution. Beep errors Table5. Beeperrors Beeps Solution Oneshortbeep,pause,threeshortbeeps,pause,three moreshortbeeps,pause,andoneshortbeep(1-3-3-1 beeps) Memoryproblem.Shutdownthecomputerimmediately andhavethecomputerserviced. Onelongandtwoshortbeeps Videoproblem.Shutdownthecomputerimmediatelyand have..

A wireless-LAN problem - Page 113

ThenetworkcablemustbesecurelyconnectedbothtotheEthernetextensionadapterandtotheRJ45 connectorofthehub.Themaximumallowabledistancefromthecomputertohubis100meters.If thecableisconnectedandthedistanceiswithinacceptablelimitsbuttheproblempersists,trya differentcable. – Youareusingthecorrectdevicedriver.Toinstallthecorrectdriver,dothefollowing: 1. GotoControlPanelandclick HardwareandSound ➙ DeviceManager .Ifyouarepromptedfor anadministratorpasswordorconfirmation,typethepasswordorprovideconfirmation. 2. Iftheexclamationmark ! isdisplayednexttotheadapternameunder Networkadapters ,you mightno..

Problemswiththekeyboardandotherpointingdevices - Page 114

Note: IfyouareusingtheWindows7operatingsystem,click Showhiddenicons onthetaskbar.The AccessConnectionsiconisdisplayed.Formoreinformationabouttheicon,refertotheAccessConnections helpinformationsystem. FortheWindows7operatingsystem,checktheNetworkName(SSID)andyourencryptioninformation.Use theAccessConnectionsprogramtoverifythiscase-sensitiveinformation. A wireless-WAN problem Problem :AmessageisdisplayedindicatingthatanunauthorizedWANcardisinstalled. Solution :TheWANcardisnotsupportedonthiscomputer.RemovetheWANcard. Note: Somemodelsdonothaveawireless-WANcard. Bluetooth problems Note: Checkyou..

Device Status: This device is working properly. - Page 115

Keyboard problems • Problem :Allorsomekeysonthekeyboarddonotwork. Solution :Ifanexternalnumerickeypadisconnected: 1. Turnoffthecomputer. 2. Removetheexternalnumerickeypad. 3. Turnonthecomputerandtryusingthekeyboardagain. Ifthekeyboardproblemisresolved,carefullyreconnecttheexternalnumerickeypadandtheexternal keyboard.Makesurethatyouhaveseatedtheconnectorscorrectly. Iftheproblempersists,makesurethatthecorrectdevicedriverisinstalledbydoingthefollowing: 1. GotoControlPanel.ChangetheviewofControlPanelfromCategorytoLargeiconsorSmallicons. 2. Click Keyboard . 3. Selectthe Hardware tab.Inthe Devi..

ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide - Page 116

3. Dothefollowing: – ForWindows7andWindows8.1:Click Advancedsettings . – ForWindows10:Click Displayadapterproperties . 4. Clickthe Monitor tab.Checkthemonitorinformationtomakesurethatthemonitortypeiscorrect.If itis,click OK toclosethewindow;otherwiseproceedwiththefollowingsteps. 5. Ifmorethantwomonitortypesaredisplayed,select GenericPnPMonitor or GenericNon-PnP Monitor . 6. Click Properties . Ifyouarepromptedforanadministratorpasswordorconfirmation,typethe passwordorprovideconfirmation. 7. Clickthe Driver tab. 8. Click Update Driver . 9. Click Browsemycomputerfordriversoftware ,andthe..

External monitor problems - Page 117

– Theacpoweradapterisconnectedtothecomputerandthepowercordispluggedintoaworking electricaloutlet. – Thecomputeristurnedon.(Pressthepowerbuttonagainforconfirmation.) – Thebrightnesslevelofthescreenisappropriatelyset. Ifapower-onpasswordisset,pressanykeytodisplaythepromptforthepower-onpasswordand thentypethecorrectpasswordandpress Enter . Iftheseitemsarecorrectlyset,andthescreenremainsblank,havethecomputerserviced. • Problem :WhenIturnonthecomputer,onlyawhitecursorisdisplayedonablankscreen. Solution :Ifyouhavemodifiedapartitiononyoursolid-statedrivebyusingpartitionsoftware,informati..

ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide - Page 118

2. Clicktheiconforthedesiredmonitor(the Monitor-2 iconisfortheexternalmonitor). 3. Dothefollowing: – ForWindows7andWindows8.1:Click Advancedsettings . – ForWindows10:Click Displayadapterproperties . 4. Clickthe Adapter tab. 5. Makesurethatthecorrectdevicedrivernameisshownintheadapterinformationwindow. Note: Thedevicedrivernamedependsonthevideochipthathasbeeninstalledonyourcomputer. 6. Click OK . Iftheinformationisincorrect,reinstallthedevicedriver. • Problem :Thescreenisunreadableordistorted. Solution : Makesurethat: – Themonitorinformationiscorrectandtheappropriatemonitortypeissele..

Audio problems - Page 119

Solution :Sometimes,whenyouuseahighresolutionsuchas1600x1200,theimageisshiftedtoleftor rightonthescreen.Tocorrectthis,firstmakesurethatyourexternalmonitorsupportsthedisplaymode (theresolutionandtherefreshrate)thatyouhaveset.Ifitdoesnot,setadisplaymodethatthemonitor supports.Ifitdoessupportthedisplaymodeyouhaveset,gotothesetupmenuforthemonitoritself andadjustthesettingsthere.Usuallytheexternalmonitorhasbuttonsforaccesstothesetupmenu.For moreinformation,seethedocumentationthatcomeswiththemonitor. Audio problems • Problem :WaveorMIDIsounddoesnotplaycorrectly. Solution :Makesurethatthebuilt-..

Fingerprint reader problems - Page 120

Solution :Theslidermightbegrayedout. Thismeansthatitspositionisfixedbythehardwareand cannotbechanged. • Problem :Thevolumeslidersdonotstayinplacewhensomeaudioprogramsareused. Solution :Itisnormalforthesliderstochangepositionwhencertainsoundprogramsareused.The programsareawareofthesettingsintheVolumeMixerwindowandareallowedtochangethesettings themselves. AnexampleistheWindowsMediaPlayer. Usuallytheprogramhasslidersavailableto controlthesoundfromwithintheprogram. • Problem :Thebalanceslidercannotcompletelymuteonechannel. Solution : Thecontrolisdesignedtocompensateforminordifferencesinbal..

Safety,Warranty,andSetupGuide - Page 121

• Problem :Thecomputerdoesnotoperatewithfullychargedbattery. Solution :Thesurgeprotectorinthebatterymightbeactive.Turnoffthecomputerforoneminutetoreset theprotector;thenturnonthecomputeragain. • Problem :Thebatterycannotbecharged. Solution :Youcannotchargethebatterywhenitistoohot.Turnoffthecomputerandallowittocoolto roomtemperature.Afteritcools,rechargethebattery.Ifitstillcannotbecharged,callLenovoCustomer ServiceCentertohaveitserviced. An ac power adapter problem Problem :Theacpoweradapterisconnectedtothecomputerandtheworkingelectricaloutlet,butthe poweradapter(powerplug)iconisnotdispl..

Sleep and hibernation problems - Page 122

Ifyoureceiveanerrormessagebeforetheoperatingsystemloads,followtheappropriatecorrectiveactions forpower-onself-test(POST)errormessages.See“Errormessages”onpage94. Ifyoureceiveanerrormessagewhiletheoperatingsystemisloadingthedesktopconfigurationafterthe POSTiscompleted,checkthefollowingitems: 1. GototheLenovoSupportWebsiteathttp://www.lenovo.com/supportandsearchfortheerrormessage. 2. GototheMicrosoftKnowledgeBasehomepageathttp://support.microsoft.com/andsearchforthe errormessage. Sleep and hibernation problems • Problem :Thecomputerenterssleepmodeunexpectedly. Solution :Ifthemicroproce..

A solid-state drive problem - Page 123

Solution :Checkwhetheranyoptionhasbeenselectedtodisableyourcomputerfromenteringsleep orhibernationmode. Ifyourcomputertriestoentersleepmodebuttherequestisrejected,thedeviceattachedtotheUSB connectormighthavebeendisabled.Ifthisoccurs,doahot-unplug-and-plugoperationfortheUSB device. • Problem :Thebatterydischargesslightlywhilethecomputerisinhibernationmode. Solution :Ifthewakeupfunctionisenabled,thecomputerconsumessmallamountofpower.Thisisnota defect.Formoreinformation,see“Power-savingmodes”onpage33. A solid-state drive problem Problem :Whenyoucompressfilesorfoldersbyuseofthedatacompre..

ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide - Page 124

A dock problem Problem :Thecomputerdoesnotstartwhenyoutrytoturniton,anddoesnotrespondwhenyoutryto resumeoperation. Solution : Makesurethat: • TheThinkPadOneLinkDockisconnectedtopower. • ThecomputeriscorrectlyconnectedtotheThinkPadOneLinkDock. 108 ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide

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RecoveryoverviewfortheWindows7operatingsystem - Page 125

Chapter 9. Recovery overview Thischapterprovidesinformationabouttherecoverysolutions. • “RecoveryoverviewfortheWindows7operatingsystem”onpage109 • “RecoveryoverviewfortheWindows8.1operatingsystem”onpage114 • “RecoveryoverviewfortheWindows10operatingsystem”onpage116 RecoveryoverviewfortheWindows7operatingsystem ThissectionprovidesinformationabouttherecoverysolutionsprovidedbyLenovoontheWindows7 operatingsystem. Notes: • Thereareavarietyofmethodstochoosefromwhenconsideringhowtorecoverintheeventofa software-relatedorhardware-relatedproblem. Somemethodsvarydependingonthetype..

Performingbackupandrecoveryoperations - Page 126

Tocreaterecoverymedia,click Start ➙ AllPrograms ➙ LenovoPCExperience ➙ LenovoTools ➙ FactoryRecoveryDisks .Then,followtheinstructionsonthescreen. Using recovery media Youcanuserecoverymediatorestorethecomputertothefactorydefaultsettingsonly. Youcanuse recoverymediatoputthecomputerinanoperationalstateafterallothermethodsofrecoveryhavefailed. Attention: Whenyouuserecoverymediatorestorethecomputertothefactorydefaultsettings,allthefiles currentlyonthesolid-statedrivewillbedeletedandreplacedbythefactorydefaultsettings. TouserecoverymediaontheWindows7operatingsystem,dothefollowing: 1. De..

UsingtheRescueandRecoveryworkspace - Page 127

1. FromtheWindowsdesktop,click Start ➙ AllPrograms ➙ LenovoPCExperience ➙ LenovoTools ➙ EnhancedBackupandRestore .TheRescueandRecoveryprogramopens. 2. IntheRescueandRecoverymainwindow,clickthe LaunchadvancedRescueandRecovery arrow. 3. Clickthe Restoreyoursystemfromabackup icon. 4. Followtheinstructionsonthescreentocompletetherecoveryoperation. FormoreinformationaboutperformingarecoveryoperationfromtheRescueandRecoveryworkspace,see “UsingtheRescueandRecoveryworkspace”onpage111. UsingtheRescueandRecoveryworkspace TheRescueandRecoveryworkspaceresidesinaprotected,hiddenareaofyoursol..

Creatingandusingarescuemedium - Page 128

• Torestoreyoursolid-statedrivefromaRescueandRecoverybackuportorestoreyoursolid-state drivetothefactorydefaultsettings,click Restoreyoursystem andfollowtheinstructionsonthe screen. FormoreinformationaboutthefeaturesoftheRescueandRecoveryworkspace,click Help . Notes: 1. Afterrestoringyoursolid-statedrivetothefactorydefaultsettings,youmighthavetoreinstalldevice driversforsomedevices.See“Reinstallingpreinstalledprogramsanddevicedrivers”onpage113. 2. SomecomputerscomewithMicrosoftOfficepreinstalled. Ifyouneedtorecoverorreinstallyour MicrosoftOfficeprograms,youmustusethe MicrosoftOffice..

Reinstallingpreinstalledprogramsanddevicedrivers - Page 129

Whentherescuemediumstarts,theRescueandRecoveryworkspaceopens.Thehelpinformationfor eachfeatureisavailablefromtheRescueandRecoveryworkspace.Followtheinstructionstocomplete therecoveryprocess. Reinstallingpreinstalledprogramsanddevicedrivers Yourcomputerhasprovisionsthatenableyoutoreinstallselectedfactory-installedprogramsanddevice drivers. Reinstalling preinstalled programs Toreinstallselectedprograms,dothefollowing: 1. Turnonyourcomputer. 2. Gotothe C:\SWTOOLS directory. 3. OpentheAPPSfolder. Thefoldercontainsseveralsubfoldersnamedforthevariouspreinstalled applications. 4. Openthesubfolderf..

RecoveryoverviewfortheWindows8.1operatingsystem - Page 130

• Userecoverymediaifallothermethodsofrecoveryhavefailedandyouneedtorestorethesolid-state drivetothefactorydefaultsettings.See“Performingbackupandrecoveryoperations”onpage110. Note: IfyouareunabletoaccesstheRescueandRecoveryworkspaceortheWindowsenvironmentfroma rescuemediumorrecoverymedia,youmightnothavetherescuedevice(adisc,aUSBharddiskdrive, orotherexternaldevices)setasthefirstbootdeviceinthestartupdevicesequence.Youmustfirstmake surethatyourrescuedeviceissetasthefirstbootdeviceinthestartupdevicesequenceintheSetup Utilityprogram.See“Startupmenu”onpage81fordetailedinformationab..

Usingtheadvancedstartupoptions - Page 131

3. Dependingonyourneeds,dooneofthefollowing: • Toperformaquickformat,click Justremovemyfiles tostarttheprocess.Theprocesswilltake severalminutes. • Toperformacompleteformat,click Fullycleanthedrive tostarttheprocess.Theprocesswill takeseveralhours. 4. Followtheinstructionsonthescreentoresetyourcomputertothefactorydefaultsettings. Usingtheadvancedstartupoptions Withtheadvancedstartupoptions,youcanchangethefirmwaresettingsofthecomputer,changethe startupsettingsoftheWindowsoperatingsystem,startthecomputerfromanexternaldevice,orrestorethe Windowsoperatingsystemfromasystemimage. Tousethead..

RecoveryoverviewfortheWindows10operatingsystem - Page 132

3. Click Yes intheUserAccountControlwindowtoallowtheRecoveryMediaCreatorprogramtostart. 4. Ensurethatyouselectthe CopytherecoverypartitionfromthePCtotherecoverydrive. option. Thenclick Next . Important: Ifyouclearthe CopytherecoverypartitionfromthePCtotherecoverydrive. option, youwillcreaterecoverymediawithouttherecoverypartitioncontent.Youstillcanstartthecomputer fromtherecoverymedia,butyoumightbeunabletorecoveryourcomputeriftherecoverypartitionon yourcomputerisdamaged. 5. ConnectaproperUSBdrivethenclick Next . 6. Click Create intheRecoveryDrivewindow.Thecreationoftherecoverymediastarts. 7..

Using advanced startup options - Page 133

Toresetyourcomputer,dothefollowing: Note: Thegraphicaluserinterface(GUI)itemsoftheoperatingsystemmightchangewithoutnotice. 1. OpentheStartmenuandthenclick Settings .If Settings isnotdisplayed,click Allapps todisplayall programs,andthenclick Settings ➙ Update&security ➙ Recovery . 2. Inthe Reset this PC section,click Get started . 3. Followtheinstructionsonthescreentoresetyourcomputer. Using advanced startup options Withadvancedstartupoptions,youcanchangethefirmwaresettingsofthecomputer,changethestartup settingsoftheWindowsoperatingsystem,startthecomputerfromanexternaldevice,orresto..

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4. IntheRecoveryDrivewindow,followtheon-screeninstructionstocreatearecoveryUSBdrive. Using the recovery USB drive Ifyoucannotstartyourcomputer,refertothecorrespondinginformationinthetopic“Troubleshooting”on page93totrytosolvetheproblembyyourself.Ifyoustillcannotstartyourcomputer,usetherecovery USBdrivetorecoveryourcomputer. TousearecoveryUSBdrive,dothefollowing: Note: Ensurethatyourcomputerisconnectedtoacpower. 1. ConnecttherecoveryUSBdrivetothecomputer. 2. Turnonorrestartthecomputer.BeforetheWindowsoperatingsystemstarts,repeatedlypresstheF12 key. TheBootMenuwindowopens. 3. Selecttherec..

Static electricity prevention - Page 135

Chapter10. Replacingdevices Thischaptercontainsthefollowingitems: • “Staticelectricityprevention”onpage119 • “Disablingthebuilt-inbattery”onpage119 • “InstallingorreplacingthemicroSIMcard”onpage120 • “Replacingthebasecover”onpage121 • “Replacingthesolid-statedrive”onpage122 • “Installingorreplacingthewireless-WANcard”onpage124 Static electricity prevention Staticelectricity,althoughharmlesstoyou,canseriouslydamagecomputercomponentsandoptions. Improperhandlingofstatic-sensitivepartscancausedamagetothepart.Whenyouunpackanoptionor aCRU,donotopenthestatic-pro..

InstallingorreplacingthemicroSIMcard - Page 136

Todisablethebuilt-inbattery,dothefollowing: 1. Turnoffyourcomputeranddisconnecttheacpoweradapterandallcablesfromthecomputer. 2. Turnonyourcomputer.Whenthelogoscreenisdisplayed,immediatelypressF1toenterThinkPad Setup. 3. Select Config ➙ Power .The Power submenuisdisplayed. 4. Select Disable built-in battery andpressEnter. 5. Select Yes intheSetupConfirmationwindow.Thebuilt-inbatteryisdisabledandthecomputerturnsoff automatically.Waitthreetofiveminutestoletthecomputercool. Thebuilt-inbatterywillbeenabledautomaticallywhenthecomputerisconnectedtoanacpoweradapter. Installingorreplacingthemic..

Replacing the base cover - Page 137

4. IfyouareinstallingamicroSIMcard,gotostep5.IfyouarereplacingamicroSIMcard,gentlytakethe oldmicroSIMcardoutofthetrayfirst. 5. InstallanewmicroSIMcardintothetray. Note: EnsurethatyouuseamicroSIMcard.Donouseastandard-sizedSIMcard.Thestandard-sized SIMcardisnotcompatible. 6. Insertthetrayintothecomputer. 7. Reconnecttheacpoweradapterandallcables. Replacing the base cover Beforeyoustart,printtheseinstructions.Readtheimportantsafetyinformationfirst. Note: Dependingonthemodel,yourcomputermightlookslightlydifferentfromtheillustrationsinthistopic. Toreplacethebasecover,dothefollowing: Chapter10 ..

Replacing the solid-state drive - Page 138

1. Disablethebuilt-inbattery.See“Disablingthebuilt-inbattery”onpage119. 2. Closethecomputerdisplay,andturnthecomputerover. 3. Removethescrews 1 andloosenthescrews 2 thatsecurethebasecover.Thenremovethebase cover 3 . 4. Reinstallthenewbasecover 1 ,tightenthescrews 2 ,andthenreinstallthescrews 3 . 5. Turnthecomputeroveragain.Connecttheacpoweradapterandallcables. Replacing the solid-state drive Beforeyoustart,printtheseinstructions.Readtheimportantsafetyinformationfirst. Note: Dependingonthemodel,yourcomputermightlookslightlydifferentfromtheillustrationsinthistopic. 122 ThinkPadX1CarbonUs..

Attention: - Page 139

Attention: Thesolid-statedriveisverysensitive.Incorrecthandlingcancausedamageandpermanentloss ofdata. Observethefollowingguidelines: • Replacethesolid-statedriveonlyifyouupgradeitorhaveitrepaired.Theconnectorsandslotofthe solid-statedrivearenotdesignedforfrequentchangesorreplacement. • Donotdropthesolid-statedriveorsubjectittophysicalshocks.Putthesolid-statedriveonamaterial, suchassoftcloth,thatabsorbsanyphysicalshocks. • Donotapplypressuretothecoverofthesolid-statedrive. • Donottouchtheconnector. • Beforeremovingthesolid-statedrive,makeabackupcopyofalltheinformationonit,andthentu..

Installingorreplacingthewireless-WANcard - Page 140

6. Installthenewsolid-statedrive. 7. Installthescrewtosecurethenewsolid-statedrive. 8. Reinstallthebasecover. 9. Turnoverthecomputerandconnecttheacpoweradapterandallcables. Installingorreplacingthewireless-WANcard Beforeyoustart,printtheseinstructions.Readtheimportantsafetyinformationfirst. Notes: • Thefollowinginformationisonlyforuser-installablemodules. • Dependingonthemodel,yourcomputermightlookslightlydifferentfromtheillustrationsinthistopic. DANGER Duringelectricalstorms,donotperformanyreplacementanddonotconnectordisconnectthe telephonecablefromthetelephoneoutletonthewall. Attenti..

Chapter10 - Page 141

Somecomputersmightcomewithawireless-WANcard. Toinstallorreplacethewireless-WANcard, dothefollowing: 1. Disablethebuilt-inbattery.See“Disablingthebuilt-inbattery”onpage119. 2. Closethecomputerdisplay,andturnthecomputerover. 3. Removethebasecover.See“Replacingthebasecover”onpage121. 4. Ifyouareinstallingawireless-WANcard,gotostep5.Ifyouarereplacingawireless-WANcard,dothe followingtoremovetheoldcardfirst. a. Ifatoolisprovidedwiththenewcardtohelpyoudisconnectcables,usethetooltodisconnectthe cablesfromtheoldcard.Ifnosuchatoolisprovided,holdthecableconnectorwithyourfingers andgentlydisc..

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c. Carefullyremovethewireless-WANcardoutoftheslot. 5. Alignthenotchededgeofthenewwireless-WANcardwiththekeyintheslot.Thencarefullyinsertthe cardintotheslotatanangleofabout20degrees. 6. Installthescrewtosecurethecardinplace. 126 ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide

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7. Connecttheantennacablestothenewwireless-WANcard.Ensurethatyouconnecttheorangecable tothemainconnectoronthecard,andthebluecabletotheauxiliaryconnectoronthecard. 8. Reinstallthebasecover. 9. Turnthecomputeroveragain.Connecttheacpoweradapterandallcables. Chapter10 . Replacingdevices 127

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Chapter 11. Getting support - Page 145

Chapter 11. Getting support ThischapterprovidesinformationaboutgettinghelpandsupportfromLenovo. • “BeforeyoucontactLenovo”onpage129 • “Gettinghelpandservice”onpage129 • “Purchasingadditionalservices”onpage131 Before you contact Lenovo Often,youcansolveyourcomputerproblemsbyreferringtotheinformationintheexplanationsoferror codes,runningdiagnosticprograms,orbyconsultingtheLenovoWebsite. Registering your computer RegisteryourcomputerwithLenovo.Formoreinformation,see“Registeringyourcomputer”onpage19. Downloading system updates Downloadingupdatedsoftwaremightresolveproblems..

ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide - Page 146

Informationaboutyourcomputerandpreinstalledsoftware,ifany,isavailableinthedocumentationthat comeswithyourcomputer.Thatdocumentationincludesprintedbooks,onlinebooks,readmefiles,and helpfiles.Inaddition,informationaboutLenovoproductsisavailableontheWorldWideWeb. MicrosoftServicePacksarethelatestsoftwaresourceforWindowsproductupdates.Theyareavailable throughWebdownload(connectionchargesmightapply)orthroughdisc.Formorespecificinformationand links,gotohttp://www.microsoft.com.Lenovoofferstechnicalassistancewithinstallationof,orquestions relatedto,ServicePacksforyourLenovo-preloadedMicrosoftWi..

Purchasing additional services - Page 147

• ReplacementoruseofpartsnotmanufacturedfororbyLenovoornonwarrantedparts • Identificationofsoftwareproblemsources • ConfigurationoftheUEFIBIOSaspartofaninstallationorupgrade • Changes,modifications,orupgradestodevicedrivers • Installationandmaintenanceofnetworkoperatingsystems(NOS) • Installationandmaintenanceofapplicationprograms ForthetermsandconditionsoftheLenovoLimitedWarrantythatappliestoyourLenovohardwareproduct, see“Warrantyinformation”inthe SafetyandWarrantyGuide thatcomeswithyourcomputer. Ifpossible,benearyourcomputerwhenyoumakeyourcallincasethetechnicalassistanc..

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AppendixA. RegulatoryInformation - Page 149

AppendixA. RegulatoryInformation Thelatestcomplianceinformationisavailableathttp://www.lenovo.com/compliance. Wireless related information Wireless interoperability TheM.2wireless-LANcardisdesignedtobeinteroperablewithanywireless-LANproductthatisbased onDirectSequenceSpreadSpectrum(DSSS),ComplementaryCodeKeying(CCK),and/orOrthogonal FrequencyDivisionMultiplexing(OFDM)radiotechnology,andiscompliantto: • The802.11b/gStandard,802.11a/b/g,802.11n,or802.11aconwireless-LANs,asdefinedandapproved bytheInstituteofElectricalandElectronicsEngineers. • TheWirelessFidelity(WiFi)certificationasde..

LocationsoftheUltraConnect™wirelessantennas - Page 150

• ProximityProfile • FindMeProfile • ImmediateAlertProfile • BatteryStatusProfile Usage environment and your health Thiscomputercontainsintegratedwirelesscardsthatoperatewithintheguidelinesidentifiedbyradio frequency(RF)safetystandardsandrecommendations;therefore,Lenovobelievesthisproductissafefor usebyconsumers.Thesestandardsandrecommendationsreflecttheconsensusoftheworldwidescientific community,andresultfromdeliberationsofpanelsandcommitteesofscientists,whocontinuallyreviewand interprettheextensiveresearchliterature. Insomesituationsorenvironments,theuseofwirelessdevicesmig..

AppendixA. RegulatoryInformation - Page 151

4 Wireless-LAN antenna (main) Wireless-radiocomplianceinformation Computermodelsequippedwithwirelesscommunicationscomplywiththeradiofrequencyandsafety standardsofanycountryorregioninwhichithasbeenapprovedforwirelessuse. Brazil wireless-radio compliance information Esteequipamentooperaemcarátersecundário,istoé,nãotemdireitoaproteçãocontrainterferência prejudicial,mesmodeestaçõesdomesmotipo,enãopodecausarinterferênciaasistemasoperandoem caráterprimário. Thisequipmentisasecondarytypedevice,thatis,itisnotprotectedagainstharmfulinterference,even iftheinterferenceiscausedbyadeviceoft..

Deutschsprachiger EU Hinweis: - Page 152

toradiocommunications.However,thereisnoguaranteethatinterferencewillnotoccurinaparticular installation.Ifthisequipmentdoescauseharmfulinterferencetoradioortelevisionreception,whichcanbe determinedbyturningtheequipmentoffandon,theuserisencouragedtotrytocorrecttheinterferenceby oneormoreofthefollowingmeasures: • Reorientorrelocatethereceivingantenna. • Increasetheseparationbetweentheequipmentandreceiver. • Connecttheequipmentintoanoutletonacircuitdifferentfromthattowhichthereceiverisconnected. • Consultanauthorizeddealerorservicerepresentativeforhelp. Lenovoisnotresponsibleforanyradio..

AppendixA. RegulatoryInformation - Page 153

AngleichungderRechtsvorschriftenüberdieelektromagnetischeVerträglichkeitindenEU-Mitgliedsstaaten undhältdieGrenzwertederEN55022KlasseBein. Umdiesessicherzustellen,sinddieGerätewieindenHandbüchernbeschriebenzuinstallierenundzu betreiben. DesWeiterendürfenauchnurvonderLenovoempfohleneKabelangeschlossenwerden. LenovoübernimmtkeineVerantwortungfürdieEinhaltungderSchutzanforderungen,wenndasProdukt ohneZustimmungderLenovoverändertbzw.wennErweiterungskomponentenvonFremdherstellernohne EmpfehlungderLenovogesteckt/eingebautwerden. Deutschland: EinhaltungdesGesetzesüberdieelektromagnetische..

LenovoproductserviceinformationforTaiwan - Page 154

LenovoproductserviceinformationforTaiwan Eurasian compliance mark Brazil audio notice Ouvirsonscommaisde85decibéisporlongosperíodospodeprovocardanosaosistemaauditivo. 138 ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide

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AppendixB. WEEEandrecyclingstatements - Page 155

AppendixB. WEEEandrecyclingstatements Lenovoencouragesownersofinformationtechnology(IT)equipmenttoresponsiblyrecycletheir equipmentwhenitisnolongerneeded. Lenovooffersavarietyofprogramsandservicestoassist equipmentownersinrecyclingtheirITproducts.ForinformationaboutrecyclingLenovoproducts,goto http://www.lenovo.com/recycling.Thelatestenvironmentalinformationaboutourproductsisavailableat http://www.lenovo.com/ecodeclaration. Important WEEE information TheWEEEmarkingonLenovoproductsappliestocountrieswithWEEEande-wasteregulations(for example,theEuropeanWEEEDirective,IndiaE-WasteManagement&..

Recycling information for China - Page 156

Recycling information for China http://support.lenovo.com.cn/activity/551.htm Recycling information for Japan CollectingandrecyclingadisusedLenovocomputerormonitor IfyouareacompanyemployeeandneedtodisposeofaLenovocomputerormonitorthatistheproperty ofthecompany,youmustdosoinaccordancewiththeLawforPromotionofEffectiveUtilizationof Resources.Computersandmonitorsarecategorizedasindustrialwasteandshouldbeproperlydisposed ofbyanindustrialwastedisposalcontractorcertifiedbyalocalgovernment.InaccordancewiththeLaw forPromotionofEffectiveUtilizationofResources,LenovoJapanprovides,throughitsPCCollecti..

AppendixB. WEEEandrecyclingstatements - Page 157

BatteryrecyclinginformationforBrazil Declarações de Reciclagem no Brasil Descarte de um Produto Lenovo Fora de Uso Equipamentoselétricoseeletrônicosnãodevemserdescartadosemlixocomum,masenviadosàpontosde coleta,autorizadospelofabricantedoprodutoparaquesejamencaminhadoseprocessadosporempresas especializadasnomanuseioderesíduosindustriais,devidamentecertificadaspelosorgãosambientais,de acordocomalegislaçãolocal. ALenovopossuiumcanalespecíficoparaauxiliá-lonodescartedessesprodutos. Casovocêpossua umprodutoLenovoemsituaçãodedescarte,ligueparaonossoSACouencaminheume-mailpara: rec..

BatteryrecyclinginformationfortheUnitedStatesandCanada - Page 158

Beforeplacingelectricalandelectronicequipment(EEE)inthewastecollectionstreamorinwastecollection facilities,theenduserofequipmentcontainingbatteriesand/oraccumulatorsmustremovethosebatteries andaccumulatorsforseparatecollection. DisposingoflithiumbatteriesandbatterypacksfromLenovoproducts Acoin-celltypelithiumbatterymightbeinstalledinsideyourLenovoproduct.Youcanfinddetailsaboutthe batteryintheproductdocumentation.Ifthebatteryneedstobereplaced,contactyourplaceofpurchaseor contactLenovoforservice.Ifyouneedtodisposeofalithiumbattery,insulateitwithvinyltape,contact yourplaceofpurchaseorawaste-d..

AppendixC. RestrictionofHazardousSubstancesDirective - Page 159

AppendixC. RestrictionofHazardousSubstancesDirective (RoHS) Thelatestenvironmentalinformationisavailableathttp://www.lenovo.com/ecodeclaration. European Union RoHS LenovoproductssoldintheEuropeanUnion,onorafter3January2013meettherequirementsofDirective 2011/65/EUontherestrictionoftheuseofcertainhazardoussubstancesinelectricalandelectronic equipment(“RoHSrecast”or“RoHS2”). FormoreinformationaboutLenovoworldwidecomplianceonRoHS,goto: http://www.lenovo.com/social_responsibility/us/en/RoHS_Communication.pdf Turkish RoHS TheLenovoproductmeetstherequirementsoftheRepublicofTurkeyDirectiveo..

ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide - Page 160

China RoHS 144 ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide

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AppendixD. ENERGYSTARmodelinformation - Page 161

AppendixD. ENERGYSTARmodelinformation ENERGYSTAR ® isajointprogramoftheU.S.EnvironmentalProtectionAgencyandtheU.S.Department ofEnergyaimedatsavingmoneyandprotectingtheenvironmentthroughenergyefficientproductsand practices. LenovoisproudtoofferourcustomersproductswiththeENERGYSTARqualifieddesignation.Youmight findanENERGYSTARmarkaffixedonthecomputerordisplayedonthepowersettingsinterface.Lenovo computersofthefollowingmachinetypes,ifcarryanENERGYSTARmark,havebeendesignedandtested toconformtotheENERGYSTARprogramrequirementsforcomputers. 20BSand20BT ByusingENERGYSTARqualifiedproductsandtak..

Allowthisdevicetowakethecomputer - Page 162

5. Clearthe Allowthisdevicetowakethecomputer checkbox. 6. Click OK . 146 ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide

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Appendix E. Notices - Page 163

Appendix E. Notices Lenovomaynotoffertheproducts,services,orfeaturesdiscussedinthisdocumentinallcountries.Consult yourlocalLenovorepresentativeforinformationontheproductsandservicescurrentlyavailableinyour area.AnyreferencetoaLenovoproduct,program,orserviceisnotintendedtostateorimplythatonlythat Lenovoproduct,program,orservicemaybeused.Anyfunctionallyequivalentproduct,program,orservice thatdoesnotinfringeanyLenovointellectualpropertyrightmaybeusedinstead.However,itistheuser's responsibilitytoevaluateandverifytheoperationofanyotherproduct,program,orservice. Lenovomayhavepatentsorpendingpaten..

ThinkPadX1CarbonUserGuide - Page 164

Trademarks ThefollowingtermsaretrademarksofLenovointheUnitedStates,othercountries,orboth: Lenovo AccessConnections ActiveProtectionSystem RescueandRecovery TheThinkPadlogo ThinkPad TrackPoint UltraConnect IntelandIntelSpeedSteparetrademarksofIntelCorporationintheU.S.and/orothercountries. iPhoneisatrademarkofAppleInc.,registeredintheU.S.andothercountries. Microsoft,Windows,Direct3D,BitLocker,andCortanaaretrademarksoftheMicrosoftgroupofcompanies. MiniDisplayPort(mDP)andDisplayPortaretrademarksoftheVideoElectronicsStandardsAssociation. ThetermsHDMIandHDMIHigh-DefinitionMultimediaInterfacearet..

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