If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post). I have to adjust the clock time, but once booted, the system works fine, with no errors. Your help was Brilliant! Track=true Although my specific computer is not listed, the FRU compatibility seems to match? Check This Out
Sorry if I misled you Wingnut. The time now is 02:02 PM. All rights reserved. Just super-fast.posted by Civil_Disobedient at 3:57 PM on February 24, 2007 How funny, I have four of these at work, three of which were 'dead'.
Thanks for your input on the fan. oisin5199 on February 16, 2007 at 3:55 pm said: I've had a similar problem but I can get to the date and time screen (shown above) easily. It read 2.83v. First I tried looking for the battery myself, taking the computer almost completely apart and still couldn't find it.
If you can't figure it out that way, ask on the ThinkPad mailing list.posted by grouse at 4:53 AM on February 24, 2007 You need to go here. This was a perfect and VERY economical fix. Check the back of the unit to see if its a 600E or 600X. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More...
Then I Googled it and there it was! I once got the same result from the Easy Setup test, but it wasn't the MB, just the battery causing the error. When you are on the main screen, it will list the BIOS version. http://forum.thinkpads.com/viewtopic.php?t=37413 Sometimes I've had to re-enter the time/date a second time before it remembered it.
Googling for "FRU 3810" will be more fruitful. Armed with a fresh install of Ubuntu and a wireless card, I'll be rigging this up as a semi-permanent member of my wardriving setup. I have purchased a new fan online for $10, so I will wait till it comes in and swap it in. Do you also get any other errors, eg., 161 or 163?
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Battery fix only cost $1.39. Learn more You're viewing YouTube in Russian. Tim on June 12, 2007 at 2:51 pm said: I changed the battery and still had the 192 error. this contact form Even the HMM says that a dying/dead CMOs battery can cause oddball errors.
Put her all back together and still the same error code. the third option i got for what was wrong was as follows: snacc 00192: ERROR (0xC0): ACC card id number is out of expected range. Similar Threads 00173 and 00163 Error - IBM 600 , not a typical error !!??
Files removed 8/28/12 by manufacturer's demand. An electrician showed me. Those errors indicate a bad CMOS battery. i replaced the cmos battery and it made no difference.
The error codes can be decoded from the Hardware Maintenance Manual, available from here: 600/600E HMM Starting from page 43, there's a table of error codes. Thanks. thx so much. navigate here Gives options to test or reboot.
It has nothing to do with your ThinkPad. laptops, Jan 2, 2005, in forum: PC Hardware Replies: 0 Views: 1,009 laptops Jan 2, 2005 )8611 Error on Thinkpad 600E Nhonguoiyeu, Nov 2, 2003, in forum: Laptops Replies: 2 Views: the problem was indeed the battery; i took it out and the computer works great, except now i can't disconnect it from the power cable. Top Profile Reply with quote jamiphar Post subject: PostPosted: Wed Feb 07, 2007 10:06 pm Offline Senior Member Joined: Mon Aug 14, 2006 4:21 pm Posts: 944 Location: Millstadt,
I tried to search on this problem before posting, but couldn't find an exact match to my problem. I just have to do it every time I start up (initially I get the 2 beeps and the 00161/00163 error message). I seem to recall seeing this on a couple TPs and correcting the problem by replacing the battery and resetting cmos. Jeff H on April 23, 2009 at 2:29 pm said: Hi Orsi, The O > | message is asking you to turn off the laptop and then power it back on.
IBM errors Dodge View Public Profile Visit Dodge's homepage! stonetable.org An economy of words Search Main menu Skip to primary content Skip to secondary content HomeAboutWritingColumnsReviewsShort Stories Post navigation ← Previous Next → Reviving dead hardware: IBM Thinkpad 600 Posted A black and light blue screen with a stop error 161 163 then giving me option of OK or Cancel. 5. I am also coonsidering upgrading the CPU to a 400mhz, Should I do that before the BIOS update too?
The negative and positive leads are stamped into the surface of the battery so you have to pry them off carefully. Help? Learn more You're viewing YouTube in Russian. Remove the cover housing the memory and pull the top piece of memory.
Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? If memory serves, the first time the CMOS battery in my 600 went dead, it threw a 192 for the fan.