LENOVO THINKCENTRE M57P ACCESS HOTKEY DRIVER DETAILS:
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|Supported systems:||Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, 2008, Vista, 2003, XP, Other|
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LENOVO THINKCENTRE M57P ACCESS HOTKEY DRIVER
Even so, you can still upgrade quite a few parts inside the case that are accessible without the need of a screwdriver.
How to Restore a Lenovo ThinkCentre
Hard Drive The hard drive is mounted inside a removable plastic tray, which offers an easy repair or upgrade solution. Simply unclip the tray from the case of the desktop, and it easily slides out for a swap.
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RAM is one of the easiest parts to upgrade on this machine, as the lots are exposed as soon as the side of the case is opened up. This is one of the downsides to having such a small form factor computer, and you are limited to upgrades through processor, RAM, and hard drive.
Keyboard and Mouse The included keyboard and mouse is very simplistic, but fine for regular office use. No multimedia keys or fancy features are found on the USB keyboard.
In some ways I wish it offered at least volume and mute keys, but that could be corrected with the purchase of different keyboard. The mouse is a standard 3 button USB optical mouse with scroll wheel.
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Performance was adequate, although I would have preferred larger Teflon pads for easily sliding on desk surfaces. Performance The 3GHz dual-core Intel E processor made Lenovo ThinkCentre M57p Access Hotkey system very easy to use; with almost no lag encountered when opening up a wide range of applications. Microsoft Office applications opened in seconds, Adobe reader almost as soon as the second click, and iTunes in less than two seconds. If you don't see the message, you don't have a recovery partition on your hard drive and must use recovery discs instead. Once you enter recovery mode, either by pressing "F11" or booting from a recovery disc, the ThinkCentre displays the main recovery screen.
Follow the prompts to choose your recovery options. Use the default settings unless you wish to customize the recovery. Insert new discs when prompted if you are restoring from DVDs. Click "Yes" when prompted to Lenovo ThinkCentre M57p Access Hotkey the computer. From this point the recovery process is fully automatic.
Your computer restarts several times, and the entire process take sseveral minutes or longer. When the installation is complete, Windows displays the setup screen for a new user, as if the computer just came out of the box. Complete the Windows setup by entering your language, regional settings, network settings and Windows username.
You may also need to enter your Windows product key, which can be found on the DVDs that came with the Lenovo ThinkCentre M57p Access Hotkey or on a sticker attached to the computer. Reattach any peripherals to the computer, and then restart Windows to automatically re-install drivers for the devices. Also allow Windows to download and install updates to the operating system. References 2 Lenovo Support: Recommended ways to enter BIOS including F1 and an alternate method if timing set wireless or hot key function, and adjust power-on startup process under BIOS.
Press F1 at Lenovo or ThinkPad/ThinkCentre/Lenovo logo during bootup. .
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