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I have a Lenovo ThinkPad T400, which I've owned for about a year. A while back, I noticed a problem in which the LED backlight would not always turn on when booting from battery. Usually, if I hold the power button down until the BIOS screen shows up, the backlight turns, but sometimes even that doesn't work. If I just press the power button and let it go right away, the backlight usually doesn't turn on.

This happens before the OS (I dual-boot Linux and Windows) gets a chance to boot - the BIOS screen itself is displayed without the backlight if it fails to turn on, so the problem isn't at the OS level.

Any ideas?

Thanks!

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Best way is contact Lenovo Support or apply warranty for your ThinkPad.

Because it's look like HW problem.

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OK, thanks for the help! – srunni Feb 3 '10 at 21:40

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