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Do these fixes apply to all Thinkpad models such as A31p etc, or just the 600E series? Fans are spinning as normal. According to manual I should check the CMOS backup battery and I found out that CMOS backup battery was bad, when I measured the voltage it showed 0 V. You might be able to work around it but why bother. check over here

As stated before, the 192 error when accompanied with the other CMOS error codes, is the result of the CMOS battery...HOWEVER, when the code is freestanding of the other codes, it Should I bother to buy a new fan? Your help was Brilliant! I ordered the battery on e-Bay. Get More Information

i JUST FIXED A CLIENT'S LAPTOP WITH THE SAME ERROR MESSAGE and it was resolved by replacing the CMOS battery by an ordinary one from a Desktop Mb. I think it needs the password. I have seen some on E-bay for pretty chep. Do CR2025 batteries on this particular model run out quickly?

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  • This is supposed to be a system fan error, but i'm not sure about it.
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All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction or linking forbidden without expressed written permission. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? You can take the full course on Experts Exchange at http://bit.ly/XDcourse. The leads came with it, so all I had to do was plug it in after removing the battery cover.

I eventually got it back a year or so later but it wouldn't boot. Password Register FAQ Calendar Today's Active Topics Search Notices Viewing on a mobile device? I suspect that you can't, but am not 100% sure. This is supposed to be a system fan error, but i'm not sure about it.

I'm interested in knowing how this went. https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/ThinkPad-Legacy-Laptops-A-I-V/Thinkpad-600-Error-codes-163-and-173-after-CMOS-battery/td-p/826761 TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds. You should take this to an authorized repair shop and have them to fix it. (just my advice though) Here is IBM error code page. Some XenForo functionality crafted by ThemeHouse.

IBM's updated link is: http://www-3.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/document.do?lndocid=LWIK-3SR4PW&selectarea=SUPPORT&tempselected=5 Often, it's just the CMOS battery needing replacement, which is located in the memory compartment (look for the white plug and wires, then just pull the http://technewsonline.net/ibm-thinkpad/ibm-thinkpad-error-codes.html Remote admin 5. My teacher beat to it me though Sean Jan 12, 2005 #3 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Topic Status: Not open for batteries.

This video shows you how. Here's Why Members Love Tek-Tips Forums: Talk To Other Members Notification Of Responses To Questions Favorite Forums One Click Access Keyword Search Of All Posts, And More... I would take any help, even pointing me in the right direction. http://technewsonline.net/ibm-thinkpad/ibm-thinkpad-600-error-301.html If you search around the archives, I'm sure somebody has confirmed if rhis does or does not work.

When I turned it back on, it showed the error message that sent me to the ‘set the date' screen. Please try again now or at a later time. Files removed 8/28/12 by manufacturer's demand.

Well, I don't read instructions manuals either, before I have to I installed a Varta CR 2025 (1.80 euros)and don't need to setup the date and time anymore at each start.

So I used standard 3V lithium battery type 2025 from Duracell.Red wire is soldered to " + " side of coin batteryBlack wire is soldered to " - " side of I'm a senior citizen, so if I can do this, anyone can. Once I get the new batt & can confirm everything is running as it should, I will update the BIOS if necessary. I would definately replace it.

When I run the test, it shows a system board error like this: DEV 001 ERR 96 FRU 3810 If anybody can help, I would be very appreciative. Click Here to join Tek-Tips and talk with other members! I dont have a clue what this is, it doesnt appear to even get to windows. have a peek at these guys RE: IBM Thinkpad 600 Error 192 jnk02 (TechnicalUser) 22 Jun 04 11:53 Is this a 600 Thinkpad specific problem?

Electrical tape holds just fine. - Be sure that the lead on the negative side does not cross the lip of the positive side. That may just cure your issue. Discussion or Off-Topic boards recently) also. After seeing your pix and taking your advice, I bought a battery on ebay for 2.95, no postage.

I just have to do it every time I start up (initially I get the 2 beeps and the 00161/00163 error message). Most of the problems I've seen relating to a bad CMOS battery is getting 161, 163 AND 192 errors all at the same time. Files removed 8/28/12 by manufacturer's demand. Maybe once I get the error fixed and get the computer up & running, I will start a new thread about the possibility to upgrade the system board.

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Already a member? I'm loading it up now w/ Ubuntu & will get an external video/tv card so he can use it on on the big screen t.v. If you can on boot up press F1 which should take you to the bios screen to check/adjust the internal date/clock, but it probably won't work with the 192 error, but Getting to the BIOS battery is painfully easy.