Updating thinkpad bios
I know people have experienced similar and slightly different problems while connecting to their One Link dock.
You also don’t need to be using two docks to bump into these problems, some people had similar problems with just a single dock in use as well.
I recived my Think Pad X1 Yoga in March 2016, along with two One Link docks.
At first I run into some display problems with the One Link dock.
In order to remove the hard drive, slide it to the right and disconnect from the motherboard. These plugs hide screws securing the palmrest/touchpad assembly. Insert the guitar pick between the palmrest and base and slowly move along the side. Carefully lift up the palmrest/touchpad assembly and place it upside down on the table. Now you can access the touchpad cable which is connected to the motherboard. In the following steps I show how to disconnect and remove the laptop keyboard. Remove two screws securing the keyboard on the bottom. In order to unlock the first connector you’ll have to move the black clip about 2 millimeters to the direction shown by two arrows.
Remove six screws securing the palmrest/touchpad assembly. You can separate the palmrest assembly from the base with a guitar pick.
If you try to update the One Link firmware but it fails, there is something you can still try.
Before you start, make sure the computer is turned off. But I'm having a hard time figuring out how to fix it / reset it. For people who like to customize to their thinkpad laptops, we can create custom BIOS splash screens instead of having the default Thinkpad logo.Many merchants will advertise a particular part number but send a “compatible part” instead.One of the Edge 72 computers at work won't startup again after the user updated the BIOS via the Thinkvantage System Update program.