ThinkCentre
Hardware Maintenance Manual
Machine Types: 0266, 0384, 2491, 4168, 5027, 5067, 7516, and 7519
ThinkCentre
Hardware Maintenance Manual
Machine Types: 0266, 0384, 2491, 4168, 5027, 5067, 7516, and 7519
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Before using this information and the product it supports, be sure to read and understand the Chapter 2
“Safety information” on page 3 and Appendix A “Notices” on page 189.
Sixth Edition (June 2012)
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Contents
Chapter 1. About this manual . . . . . . 1
Important safety information . . . . . . . . . .
Important information about replacing RoHS
compliant FRUs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 2. Safety information . . . . . . 3
General safety . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electrical safety . . . . . . . . . . .
Voltage-selection switch . . . . . . . .
Safety inspection guide . . . . . . . .
Handling electrostatic discharge-sensitive
devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Grounding requirements . . . . . . . .
Safety notices (multi-lingual translations) .
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Chapter 3. General information . . . .
Lenovo Welcome. . . . . . .
Lenovo ThinkVantage Tools . .
Lenovo ThinkVantage Toolbox .
SimpleTap . . . . . . . . .
Lenovo Solution Center . . . .
ThinkVantage Productivity Center
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Chapter 4. General checkout . . . . .
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Checking for power problems. . . . . . . . .
Problem determination tips . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 5. Diagnostics . . . . . . . .
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Lenovo ThinkVantage Toolbox . . . . . .
Lenovo Solution Center . . . . . . . . .
PC-Doctor for DOS . . . . . . . . . . .
Creating a diagnostic disc . . . . . .
Running the diagnostic program from a
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Navigating through the diagnostics
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Running tests . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 6. Using the Setup Utility
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Starting the Setup Utility program
Viewing and changing settings .
Using passwords. . . . . . .
Password considerations . .
Power-On Password . . .
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Administrator Password . . . . . . . . .
Hard Disk Password. . . . . . . . . . .
Setting, changing, and deleting a password .
Erasing lost or forgotten passwords (clearing
CMOS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Enabling or disabling a device . . . . . . . .
Selecting a startup device . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting a temporary startup device . . . .
Selecting or changing the startup device
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Smart performance choices . . . . . . . . .
Exiting from the Setup Utility program . . . . .
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Chapter 7. Symptom-to-FRU index . .
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Hard disk drive boot error . .
Diagnostic error codes . . .
Beep symptoms . . . . . .
POST error codes . . . . .
Miscellaneous error messages
Undetermined problems . . .
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Locations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Locating connectors, controls, and indicators
on the front of your computer . . . . . . .
Locating connectors on the rear of your
computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Locating components . . . . . . . . . .
Locating parts on the system board . . . .
Opening the computer cover . . . . . . . . .
Removing and reinstalling the front bezel . . . .
Installing or replacing a memory module . . . .
Installing or replacing the PCI card . . . . . . .
Replacing the hard disk drive . . . . . . . . .
Replacing the optical drive . . . . . . . . . .
Replacing the battery . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacing the heat sink . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacing the microprocessor . . . . . . . .
Replacing the system board . . . . . . . . .
Replacing the system fan assembly . . . . . .
Replacing the internal speaker . . . . . . . .
Replacing the front audio and USB assembly . .
Replacing the ac power adapter . . . . . . . .
Replacing the ac power adapter bracket . . . .
Completing the parts replacement . . . . . . .
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Overall MT: 0266, 0384, 2491, 4168, 5027, 5067, ,
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Mechanical FRUs . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Keyboard and Mouse . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adapters and miscellaneous FRUs . . . . . . .
Power Cords . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Recovery discs . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Windows 7 Professional 32 Recovery CD . .
Windows 7 Home Basic 32 Recovery CD . .
Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Recovery
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Windows 7 Home Premium 32 Recovery
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Windows XP Professional 32 Recovery CD . .
Windows 7 Professional 64 Recovery CD . .
Windows XP Professional Generic Recovery
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Windows Vista Business 32 Recovery CD . .
Windows Vista Home Basic 32 Recovery
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Chapter 10. Additional service
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Security features . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hardware-controlled passwords . . . . .
Operating system password . . . . . .
Vital Product Data . . . . . . . . . .
Secure Managed Client . . . . . . . .
BIOS levels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Updating (flashing) the BIOS from a disc . . .
Updating (flashing) the BIOS from your operating
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Recovering from a POST/BIOS update failure .
Power management . . . . . . . . . . .
Automatic configuration and power interface
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Automatic Power-On features . . . . . .
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Television output notice . . . . . . . . . . .
Trademarks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 1. About this manual
This manual contains service and reference information for ThinkCentre® computer machine types listed on
the front cover. This manual is intended only for trained servicers who are familiar with Lenovo® computer
products.
Note: Be sure to read and understand the Chapter 2 “Safety information” on page 3 before using the
information in this manual.
This manual includes a complete FRU part number list for each machine type listed on the front cover. If you
have Internet access, the FRU part numbers are also available at:
http://www.lenovo.com/support
Important safety information
Be sure to read all caution and danger statements in this manual before performing any of the instructions.
Veuillez lire toutes les consignes de type DANGER et ATTENTION du présent document avant d'exécuter
les instructions.
Lesen Sie unbedingt alle Hinweise vom Typ "ACHTUNG" oder "VORSICHT" in dieser Dokumentation, bevor
Sie irgendwelche Vorgänge durchführen
Leggere le istruzioni introdotte da ATTENZIONE e PERICOLO presenti nel manuale prima di eseguire una
qualsiasi delle istruzioni
Certifique-se de ler todas as instruções de cuidado e perigo neste manual antes de executar qualquer
uma das instruções
Es importante que lea todas las declaraciones de precaución y de peligro de este manual antes de seguir
las instrucciones.
Important information about replacing RoHS compliant FRUs
RoHS, the Restriction of Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive
(2002/95/EC) is a European Union legal requirement affecting the global electronics industry. RoHS
requirements must be implemented on Lenovo products placed on the market and sold in the
European Union after June, 2006. Products on the market before June, 2006 are not required to
have RoHS compliant parts. If the parts are not compliant originally, replacement parts can also
be noncompliant, but in all cases, if the parts are compliant, the replacement parts must also be
compliant.
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Note: RoHS and non-RoHS FRU part numbers with the same fit and function are identified with unique
FRU part numbers.
Lenovo plans to transition to RoHS compliance well before the implementation date and expects its suppliers
to be ready to support Lenovo's requirements and schedule in the EU. Products sold in 2005 will contain
some RoHS compliant FRUs. The following statement pertains to these products and any product Lenovo
produces containing RoHS compliant parts.
RoHS compliant ThinkCentre parts have unique FRU part numbers. Before or after June 2006, failed RoHS
compliant parts must always be replaced using RoHS compliant FRUs, so only the FRUs identified as
compliant in the system hardware maintenance manual or direct substitutions for those FRUs can be used.
Products marketed before June 2006
Products marketed after June 2006
Current or original part
Replacement FRU
Current or original part
Replacement FRU
Non-RoHS
Can be Non-RoHS
Must be RoHS
Must be RoHS
Non-RoHS
Can be RoHS
Non-RoHS
Can substitute for RoHS
RoHS
Must be RoHS
Note: A direct substitution is a part with a different FRU part number that is automatically shipped by the
distribution center at the time of order.
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Chapter 2. Safety information
This chapter contains the safety information that you need to be familiar with before servicing a computer.
General safety
Follow these rules to ensure general safety:
• Observe good housekeeping in the area of the machines during and after maintenance.
• When lifting any heavy object:
1. Ensure you can stand safely without slipping.
2. Distribute the weight of the object equally between your feet.
3. Use a slow lifting force. Never move suddenly or twist when you attempt to lift.
4. Lift by standing or by pushing up with your leg muscles; this action removes the strain from the
muscles in your back. Do not attempt to lift any objects that weigh more than 16 kg (35 lb) or objects
that you think are too heavy for you.
• Do not perform any action that causes hazards to the customer, or that makes the equipment unsafe.
• Before you start the machine, ensure that other service representatives and the customer's personnel are
not in a hazardous position.
• Place removed covers and other parts in a safe place, away from all personnel, while you are servicing
the machine.
• Keep your tool case away from walk areas so that other people will not trip over it.
• Do not wear loose clothing that can be trapped in the moving parts of a machine. Ensure that your sleeves
are fastened or rolled up above your elbows. If your hair is long, fasten it.
• Insert the ends of your necktie or scarf inside clothing or fasten it with a nonconductive clip, approximately
8 centimeters (3 inches) from the end.
• Do not wear jewelry, chains, metal-frame eyeglasses, or metal fasteners for your clothing.
Remember: Metal objects are good electrical conductors.
• Wear safety glasses when you are: hammering, drilling soldering, cutting wire, attaching springs, using
solvents, or working in any other conditions that might be hazardous to your eyes.
• After service, reinstall all safety shields, guards, labels, and ground wires. Replace any safety device
that is worn or defective.
• Reinstall all covers correctly before returning the machine to the customer.
Electrical safety
CAUTION:
Electrical current from power, telephone, and communication cables can be hazardous. To avoid
personal injury or equipment damage, disconnect the attached power cords, telecommunication
systems, networks, and modems before you open the computer covers, unless instructed otherwise
in the installation and configuration procedures.
Observe the following rules when working on electrical equipment.
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Important: Use only approved tools and test equipment. Some hand tools have handles covered with a soft
material that does not insulate you when working with live electrical currents. Many customers have, near
their equipment, rubber floor mats that contain small conductive fibers to decrease electrostatic discharges.
Do not use this type of mat to protect yourself from electrical shock.
• Find the room emergency power-off (EPO) switch, disconnecting switch, or electrical outlet. If an electrical
accident occurs, you can then operate the switch or unplug the power cord quickly.
• Do not work alone under hazardous conditions or near equipment that has hazardous voltages.
• Disconnect all power before:
– Performing a mechanical inspection
– Working near power supplies
– Removing or installing Field Replaceable Units
• Before you start to work on the machine, unplug the power cord. If you cannot unplug it, ask the customer
to power-off the wall box that supplies power to the machine and to lock the wall box in the off position.
• If you need to work on a machine that has exposed electrical circuits, observe the following precautions:
– Ensure that another person, familiar with the power-off controls, is near you.
Remember: Another person must be there to switch off the power, if necessary.
– Use only one hand when working with powered-on electrical equipment; keep the other hand in your
pocket or behind your back.
Remember: There must be a complete circuit to cause electrical shock. By observing the above rule,
you may prevent a current from passing through your body.
– When using testers, set the controls correctly and use the approved probe leads and accessories for
the testers.
– Stand on suitable rubber mats (obtained locally, if necessary) to insulate you from grounds such as
metal floor strips and machine frames.
Observe the special safety precautions when you work with very high voltages; these instructions are in
the safety sections of maintenance information. Use extreme care when measuring high voltages.
• Regularly inspect and maintain your electrical hand tools for safe operational condition.
• Do not use worn or broken tools and testers.
• Never assume that power has been disconnected from a circuit. First, check that it has been powered-off.
• Always look carefully for possible hazards in your work area. Examples of these hazards are moist floors,
nongrounded power extension cables, power surges, and missing safety grounds.
• Do not touch live electrical circuits with the reflective surface of a plastic dental mirror. The surface is
conductive; such touching can cause personal injury and machine damage.
• Do not service the following parts with the power on when they are removed from their normal operating
places in a machine:
– Power supply units
– Pumps
– Blowers and fans
– Motor generators
and similar units. (This practice ensures correct grounding of the units.)
• If an electrical accident occurs:
– Use caution; do not become a victim yourself.
– Switch off power.
– Send another person to get medical aid.
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Voltage-selection switch
Some computers are equipped with a voltage-selection switch located near the power-cord connection
point on the computer. If your computer has a voltage-selection switch, ensure that you set the switch to
match the voltage available at your electrical outlet. Setting the voltage-selection switch incorrectly can
cause permanent damage to the computer.
If your computer does not have a voltage-selection switch, your computer is designed to operate only at the
voltage provided in the country or region where the computer was originally purchased.
If you relocate your computer to another country, be aware of the following:
• If your computer does not have a voltage-selection switch, do not connect the computer to an electrical
outlet until you have verified that the voltage provided is the same as it was in the country or region
where the computer was originally purchased.
• If your computer has a voltage-selection switch, do not connect the computer to an electrical outlet until
you have verified that the voltage-selection switch is set to match the voltage provided in that country
or region.
If you are not sure of the voltage provided at your electrical outlet, contact your local electric company or
refer to official Web sites or other literature for travelers to the country or region where you are located.
Safety inspection guide
The intent of this inspection guide is to assist you in identifying potentially unsafe conditions on these
products. Each machine, as it was designed and built, had required safety items installed to protect users
and service personnel from injury. This guide addresses only those items. However, good judgment should
be used to identify potential safety hazards due to attachment of features or options not covered by this
inspection guide.
If any unsafe conditions are present, you must determine how serious the apparent hazard could be and
whether you can continue without first correcting the problem.
Consider these conditions and the safety hazards they present:
• Electrical hazards, especially primary power (primary voltage on the frame can cause serious or fatal
electrical shock).
• Explosive hazards, such as a damaged CRT face or bulging capacitor
• Mechanical hazards, such as loose or missing hardware
The guide consists of a series of steps presented in a checklist. Begin the checks with the power off, and
the power cord disconnected.
Checklist:
1. Check exterior covers for damage (loose, broken, or sharp edges).
2. Power-off the computer. Disconnect the power cord.
3. Check the power cord for:
a. A third-wire ground connector in good condition. Use a meter to measure third-wire ground
continuity for 0.1 ohm or less between the external ground pin and frame ground.
b. The power cord should be the appropriate type as specified in the parts listings.
c. Insulation must not be frayed or worn.
4. Remove the cover.
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5. Check for any obvious alterations. Use good judgment as to the safety of any alterations.
6. Check inside the unit for any obvious unsafe conditions, such as metal filings, contamination, water or
other liquids, or signs of fire or smoke damage.
7. Check for worn, frayed, or pinched cables.
8. Check that the power-supply cover fasteners (screws or rivets) have not been removed or tampered with.
Handling electrostatic discharge-sensitive devices
Any computer part containing transistors or integrated circuits (ICs) should be considered sensitive to
electrostatic discharge (ESD). ESD damage can occur when there is a difference in charge between objects.
Protect against ESD damage by equalizing the charge so that the machine, the part, the work mat, and the
person handling the part are all at the same charge.
Notes:
1. Use product-specific ESD procedures when they exceed the requirements noted here.
2. Make sure that the ESD protective devices you use have been certified (ISO 9000) as fully effective.
When handling ESD-sensitive parts:
• Keep the parts in protective packages until they are inserted into the product.
• Avoid contact with other people while handling the part.
• Wear a grounded wrist strap against your skin to eliminate static on your body.
• Prevent the part from touching your clothing. Most clothing is insulative and retains a charge even when
you are wearing a wrist strap.
• Use the black side of a grounded work mat to provide a static-free work surface. The mat is especially
useful when handling ESD-sensitive devices.
• Select a grounding system, such as those listed below, to provide protection that meets the specific
service requirement.
Note: The use of a grounding system is desirable but not required to protect against ESD damage.
– Attach the ESD ground clip to any frame ground, ground braid, or green-wire ground.
– Use an ESD common ground or reference point when working on a double-insulated or
battery-operated system. You can use coax or connector-outside shells on these systems.
– Use the round ground-prong of the ac plug on ac-operated computers.
Grounding requirements
Electrical grounding of the computer is required for operator safety and correct system function. Proper
grounding of the electrical outlet can be verified by a certified electrician.
Safety notices (multi-lingual translations)
The caution and danger safety notices in this section are provided in the following languages:
• English
• Arabic
• Brazilian/Portuguese
• Chinese (simplified)
• Chinese (traditional)
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• French
• German
• Hebrew
• Italian
• Korean
• Spanish
DANGER
Electrical current from power, telephone and communication cables is hazardous.
To avoid a shock hazard:
• Do not connect or disconnect any cables or perform installation, maintenance, or reconfiguration
of this product during an electrical storm.
• Connect all power cords to a properly wired and grounded electrical outlet.
• Connect to properly wired outlets any equipment that will be attached to this product.
• When possible, use one hand only to connect or disconnect signal cables.
• Never turn on any equipment when there is evidence of fire, water, or structural damage.
• Disconnect the attached power cords, telecommunications systems, networks, and modems
before you open the device covers, unless instructed otherwise in the installation and configuration
procedures.
• Connect and disconnect cables as described in the following tables when installing, moving, or
opening covers on this product or attached devices.
To Connect
To Disconnect
1. Turn everything OFF.
1. Turn everything OFF.
2. First, attach all cables to devices.
2. First, remove power cords from outlet.
3. Attach signal cables to connectors.
3. Remove signal cables from connectors.
4. Attach power cords to outlet.
4. Remove all cables from devices.
5. Turn device ON.
CAUTION:
When replacing the lithium battery, use only Part Number 45C1566 or an equivalent type battery
recommended by the manufacturer. If your system has a module containing a lithium battery, replace
it only with the same module type made by the same manufacturer. The battery contains lithium and
can explode if not properly used, handled, or disposed of. Do not:
• Throw or immerse into water
• Heat to more than 100°C (212°F)
• Repair or disassemble
Dispose of the battery as required by local ordinances or regulations.
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CAUTION:
When laser products (such as CD-ROMs, DVD-ROM drives, fiber optic devices, or transmitters) are
installed, note the following:
• Do not remove the covers. Removing the covers of the laser product could result in exposure to
hazardous laser radiation. There are no serviceable parts inside the device.
• Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein
might result in hazardous radiation exposure.
DANGER
Some laser products contain an embedded Class 3A or Class 3B laser diode. Note the following:
Laser radiation when open. Do not stare into the beam, do not view directly with optical
instruments, and avoid direct exposure to the beam.
≥18 kg (37 lbs)
≥32 kg (70.5 lbs)
≥55 kg (121.2 lbs)
CAUTION:
Use safe practices when lifting.
CAUTION:
The power control button on the device and the power switch on the power supply do not turn off
the electrical current supplied to the device. The device also might have more than one power
cord. To remove all electrical current from the device, ensure that all power cords are disconnected
from the power source.
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≥18 kg (37 lbs)
≥32 kg (70.5 lbs)
≥55 kg (121.2 lbs)
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PERIGO
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A corrente elétrica proveniente de cabos de alimentação, de telefone e de comunicações é perigosa.
Para evitar risco de choque elétrico:
• Não conecte nem desconecte nenhum cabo ou execute instalação, manutenção ou reconfiguração
deste produto durante uma tempestade com raios.
• Conecte todos os cabos de alimentação a tomadas elétricas corretamente instaladas e aterradas.
• Todo equipamento que for conectado a este produto deve ser conectado a tomadas corretamente
instaladas.
• Quando possível, utilize apenas uma das mãos para conectar ou desconectar cabos de sinal.
• Nunca ligue nenhum equipamento quando houver evidência de fogo, água ou danos estruturais.
• Antes de abrir tampas de dispositivos, desconecte cabos de alimentação, sistemas de telecomunicação,
redes e modems conectados, a menos que especificado de maneira diferente nos procedimentos de
instalação e configuração.
• Conecte e desconecte os cabos conforme descrito na tabela apresentada a seguir ao instalar, mover ou
abrir tampas deste produto ou de dispositivos conectados.
Para Conectar:
Para Desconectar:
1. DESLIGUE Tudo.
1. DESLIGUE Tudo.
2. Primeiramente, conecte todos os cabos aos
dispositivos.
2. Primeiramente, remova os cabos de alimentação das
tomadas.
3. Conecte os cabos de sinal aos conectores.
3. Remova os cabos de sinal dos conectores.
4. Conecte os cabos de alimentação às tomadas.
4. Remova todos os cabos dos dispositivos.
5. LIGUE os dispositivos.
CUIDADO:
Ao substituir a bateria de lítio, utilize apenas uma bateria com Número de Peça 45C1566 ou um tipo
de bateria equivalente recomendado pelo Se o seu sistema possui um módulo com uma bateria de
lítio, substitua-o apenas por um módulo do mesmo tipo e do mesmo fabricante. A bateria contém lítio
e pode explodir se não for utilizada, manuseada ou descartada de maneira correta.
Não:
• Jogue ou coloque na água
• Aqueça a mais de 100°C (212°F)
• Conserte nem desmonte
Descarte a bateria conforme requerido pelas leis ou regulamentos locais.
PRECAUCIÓN:
Quando produtos a laser (como unidades de CD-ROMs, unidades de DVD-ROM, dispositivos de fibra ótica
ou transmissores) estiverem instalados, observe o seguinte:
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• Não remova as tampas. A remoção das tampas de um produto a laser pode resultar em exposição
prejudicial à radiação de laser. Não existem peças que podem ser consertadas no interior do dispositivo.
• A utilização de controles ou ajustes ou a execução de procedimentos diferentes dos especificados aqui
pode resultar em exposição prejudicial à radiação.
PERIGO
Alguns produtos a laser contêm diodo de laser integrado da Classe 3A ou da Classe 3B. Observe o seguinte:
Radiação a laser quando aberto. Não olhe diretamente para o feixe a olho nu ou com instrumentos ópticos e
evite exposição direta ao feixe.
≥18 kg (37 lbs)
≥32 kg (70.5 lbs)
≥55 kg (121.2 lbs)
CUIDADO:
Utilize procedimentos de segurança para levantar equipamentos.
CUIDADO:
O botão de controle de alimentação do dispositivo e o botão para ligar/desligar da fonte de alimentação
não desligam a corrente elétrica fornecida ao dispositivo. O dispositivo também pode ter mais de um cabo
de alimentação. Para remover toda a corrente elétrica do dispositivo, assegure que todos os cabos de
alimentação estejam desconectados da fonte de alimentação.
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Le courant électrique provenant de l'alimentation, du téléphone et des câbles de transmission peut présenter
un danger.
Pour éviter tout risque de choc électrique :
• Ne manipulez aucun câble et n'effectuez aucune opération d'installation, d'entretien ou de reconfiguration
de ce produit au cours d'un orage.
• Branchez tous les cordons d'alimentation sur un socle de prise de courant correctement câblé et mis à la
terre.
• Branchez sur des socles de prise de courant correctement câblés tout équipement connecté à ce produit.
• Lorsque cela est possible, n'utilisez qu'une seule main pour connecter ou déconnecter les câbles
d'interface.
• Ne mettez jamais un équipement sous tension en cas d'incendie ou d'inondation, ou en présence de
dommages matériels.
• Avant de retirer les carters de l'unité, mettez celle-ci hors tension et déconnectez ses cordons
d'alimentation, ainsi que les câbles qui la relient aux réseaux, aux systèmes de télécommunication et aux
modems (sauf instruction contraire mentionnée dans les procédures d'installation et de configuration).
• Lorsque vous installez, que vous déplacez, ou que vous manipulez le présent produit ou des périphériques
qui lui sont raccordés, reportez-vous aux instructions ci-dessous pour connecter et déconnecter les
différents cordons.
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Connexion
Déconnexion
1. Mettez les unités HORS TENSION.
1. Mettez les unités HORS TENSION.
2. Commencez par brancher tous les cordons sur les
unités.
2. Débranchez les cordons d'alimentation des prises.
3. Branchez les câbles d'interface sur des connecteurs.
4. Débranchez tous les câbles des unités.
3. Débranchez les câbles d'interface des connecteurs.
4. Branchez les cordons d'alimentation sur des prises.
5. Mettez les unités SOUS TENSION.
ATTENTION:
Remplacer la pile au lithium usagée par une pile de référence identique exclusivement, (référence
45C1566), ou suivre les instructions du fabricant qui en définit les équivalences. Si votre système est
doté d'un module contenant une pile au lithium, vous devez le remplacer uniquement par un module
identique, produit par le même fabricant. La pile contient du lithium et peut exploser en cas de
mauvaise utilisation, de mauvaise manipulation ou de mise au rebut inappropriée.
Ne pas :
• la jeter à l'eau,
• l'exposer à des températures supérieures à 100°C,
• chercher à la réparer ou à la démonter.
Ne pas mettre la pile à la poubelle. Pour la mise au rebut, se reporter à la réglementation en vigueur.
ATTENTION:
Si des produits à laser (tels que des unités de CD-ROM, de DVD-ROM, des unités à fibres optiques, ou
des émetteurs) sont installés, prenez connaissance des informations suivantes :
• Ne retirez pas le carter. En ouvrant l'unité de CD-ROM ou de DVD-ROM, vous vous exposez au
rayonnement dangereux du laser. Aucune pièce de l'unité n'est réparable.
• Pour éviter tout risque d'exposition au rayon laser, respectez les consignes de réglage et
d'utilisation des commandes, ainsi que les procédures décrites dans le présent manuel.
DANGER
Certains produits à laser contiennent une diode à laser intégrée de classe 3A ou 3B. Prenez
connaissance des informations suivantes:
Rayonnement laser lorsque le carter est ouvert. Evitez toute expositiondirecte au rayon laser. Evitez
de regarder fixement le faisceau ou del'observer à l'aide d'instruments optiques.
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≥18 kg (37 lbs)
≥32 kg (70.5 lbs)
≥55 kg (121.2 lbs)
ATTENTION:
Soulevez la machine avec précaution.
ATTENTION:
L'interrupteur de contrôle d'alimentation de l'unité et l'interrupteur dubloc d'alimentation ne coupent
pas le courant électrique alimentantl'unité. En outre, le système peut être équipé de plusieurs
cordonsd'alimentation. Pour mettre l'unité hors tension, vous devez déconnectertous les cordons
de la source d'alimentation.
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An Netz-, Telefon- und Datenleitungen können gefährliche Spannungen anliegen.
Aus Sicherheitsgründen:
• Bei Gewitter an diesem Gerät keine Kabel anschließen oder lösen. Ferner keine Installations-,
Wartungs- oder Rekonfigurationsarbeiten durchführen.
• Gerät nur an eine Schutzkontaktsteckdose mit ordnungsgemäß geerdetem Schutzkontakt
anschließen.
• Alle angeschlossenen Geräte ebenfalls an Schutzkontaktsteckdosen mit ordnungsgemäß
geerdetem Schutzkontakt anschließen.
• Die Signalkabel nach Möglichkeit einhändig anschließen oder lösen, um einen Stromschlag durch
Berühren von Oberflächen mit unterschiedlichem elektrischem Potenzial zu vermeiden.
• Geräte niemals einschalten, wenn Hinweise auf Feuer, Wasser oder Gebäudeschäden vorliegen.
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• Die Verbindung zu den angeschlossenen Netzkabeln, Telekommunikationssystemen, Netzwerken
und Modems ist vor dem Öffnen des Gehäuses zu unterbrechen, sofern in den Installations- und
Konfigurationsprozeduren keine anders lautenden Anweisungen enthalten sind.
• Zum Installieren, Transportieren und Öffnen der Abdeckungen des Computers oder der
angeschlossenen Einheiten die Kabel gemäß der folgenden Tabelle anschließen und abziehen.
Zum Anschließen der Kabel gehen Sie wie folgt vor
Zum Abziehen der Kabel gehen Sie wie folgt vor
1. Schalten Sie alle Einheiten AUS.
1. Schalten Sie alle Einheiten AUS.
2. Schließen Sie erst alle Kabel an die Einheiten an.
3. Schließen Sie die Signalkabel an die Buchsen an.
2. Ziehen Sie zuerst alle Netzkabel aus den
Netzsteckdosen.
4. Schließen Sie die Netzkabel an die Steckdose an.
3. Ziehen Sie die Signalkabel aus den Buchsen.
5. Schalten Sie die Einheit EIN.
4. Ziehen Sie alle Kabel von den Einheiten ab.
CAUTION:
Eine verbrauchte Lithiumbatterie nur durch eine Batterie mit der Teilenummer 45C1566 oder eine
gleichwertige, vom Hersteller empfohlene Batterie ersetzen. Enthält das System ein Modul mit einer
Lithiumbatterie, dieses nur durch ein Modul desselben Typs und von demselben Hersteller ersetzen.
Die Batterie enthält Lithium und kann bei unsachgemäßer Verwendung, Handhabung oder Entsorgung
explodieren.
Die Batterie nicht:
• mit Wasser in Berührung bringen.
• über 100 C erhitzen.
• reparieren oder zerlegen.
Die örtlichen Bestimmungen für die Entsorgung von Sondermüll beachten.
ACHTUNG:
Bei der Installation von Lasergeräten (wie CD-ROM-Laufwerken, DVD- aufwerken, Einheiten mit
Lichtwellenleitertechnik oder Sendern) Folgendes beachten:
• Die Abdeckungen nicht entfernen. Durch Entfernen der Abdeckungen des Lasergeräts können
gefährliche Laserstrahlungen freigesetzt werden. Das Gerät enthält keine zu wartenden Teile.
• Werden Steuerelemente, Einstellungen oder Durchführungen von Prozeduren anders als hier
angegeben verwendet, kann gefährliche Laserstrahlung auftreten.
VORSICHT
Einige Lasergeräte enthalten eine Laserdiode der Klasse 3A oder 3B. Beachten Sie Folgendes:
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Laserstrahlung bei geöffneter Verkleidung. Nicht in den Strahl blicken. Keine Lupen oder Spiegel
verwenden. Strahlungsbereich meiden.
≥18 kg (37 lbs)
≥32 kg (70.5 lbs)
≥55 kg (121.2 lbs)
ACHTUNG:
Arbeitsschutzrichtlinien beim Anheben der Maschine beachten.
ACHTUNG:
Mit dem Netzschalter an der Einheit und am Netzteil wird die Stromversorgung für die Einheit
nicht unterbrochen. Die Einheit kann auch mit mehreren Netzkabeln ausgestattet sein. Um die
Stromversorgung für die Einheit vollständig zu unterbrechen, müssen alle zum Gerät führenden
Netzkabel vom Netz getrennt werden.
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La corrente elettrica proveniente dai cavi di alimentazione, del telefono e di comunicazione può essere
pericolosa.
Per evitare il rischio di scosse elettriche:
• Non collegare o scollegare qualsiasi cavo oppure effettuare l'installazione, la manutenzione o la
riconfigurazione del prodotto durante un temporale.
• Collegare tutti i fili elettrici a una presa di alimentazione correttamente cablata e dotata di messa a
terra.
• Collegare alle prese elettriche appropriate tutte le apparecchiature che verranno utilizzate per
questo prodotto.
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• Se possibile, utilizzare solo una mano per collegare o scollegare i cavi di segnale.
• Non accendere assolutamente apparecchiature in presenza di incendi, perdite d'acqua o danno
strutturale.
• Scollegare i cavi di alimentazione, i sistemi di telecomunicazione, le reti e il modem prima di
aprire i coperchi del dispositivo, salvo istruzioni contrarie relative alle procedure di installazione e
configurazione.
• Collegare e scollegare i cavi come descritto nella seguente tabella quando vengono effettuate
operazioni di installazione, spostamento o apertura dei coperchi di questo prodotto o delle unità
collegate.
Per collegarsi
Per scollegarsi
1. SPEGNERE le apparecchiature.
1. SPEGNERE le apparecchiature.
2. Innanzitutto, collegare tutti i cavi alle unità.
3. Collegare i cavi di segnale ai connettori.
2. Innanzitutto, rimuovere i cavi di alimentazione dalla
presa.
4. Collegare i cavi di alimentazione alla presa.
3. Rimuovere i cavi di segnale dai connettori.
5. Accendere l'unità.
4. Rimuovere tutti i cavi dalle unità.
ATTENZIONE:
Quando si sostituisce la batteria al litio, utilizzare solo il Numero parte 45C1566 o un tipo di batteria
equivalente consigliato dal produttore. Se sul sistema è presente un modulo che contiene una batteria
al litio, sostituirlo solo con un tipo di modulo dello stesso tipo della stessa casa di produzione. La
batteria contiene litio e può esplodere se usata, maneggiata o smaltita in modo non corretto.
Non:
• Gettare o immergere la batteria nell'acqua
• Riscaldarla ad una temperatura superiore ai 100 gradi C (212 gradi F)
• Smontarla, ricaricarla o tentare di ripararla
Le batterie usate vanno smaltite in accordo alla normativa in vigore (DPR 915/82 e successive
disposizioni e disposizioni locali).
ATTENZIONE:
Quando vengono installati prodotti laser (quali CD-ROM, unità DVD-ROM, unità a fibre ottiche o
trasmittenti), tener presente quanto segue:
• Non rimuovere gli sportelli. L'apertura di un'unità laser può determinare l'esposizione a radiazioni
laser pericolose. All'interno dell'unità non vi sono parti su cui effettuare l'assistenza tecnica.
• L'utilizzo di controlli, regolazioni o l'esecuzione di procedure non descritti nel presente manuale
possono provocare l'esposizione a radiazioni pericolose.
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PERICOLO
Alcune unità laser contengono un diodo laser di Classe 3A o Classe 3B. Tener presente quanto segue:
Aprendo l'unità vengono emesse radiazioni laser. Non fissare il fascio, non guardarlo direttamente
con strumenti ottici ed evitare l'esposizione al fascio.
≥18 kg (37 lbs)
≥32 kg (70.5 lbs)
≥55 kg (121.2 lbs)
ATTENZIONE:
Prestare attenzione nel sollevare l'apparecchiatura.
ATTENZIONE:
Il pulsante di controllo dell'alimentazione presente sull'unità e l'interruttore dell'alimentatore non
disattivano l'alimentazione corrente fornita all'unità. E' possibile che l'unità disponga di più cavi di
alimentazione. Per disattivare l'alimentazione dall'unità, accertarsi che tutti i cavi di alimentazione
siano scollegati dalla fonte di alimentazione.
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La corriente eléctrica procedente de cables de alimentación, teléfonos y cables de comunicación puede
ser peligrosa.
Para evitar el riesgo de descarga eléctrica:
• No conecte ni desconecte los cables ni realice ninguna tarea de instalación, mantenimiento o
reconfiguración de este producto durante una tormenta eléctrica.
• Conecte todos los cables de alimentación a tomas de corriente debidamente cableadas y
conectadas a tierra.
• Cualquier equipo que se conecte a este producto también debe conectarse a tomas de corriente
debidamente cableadas.
• Siempre que sea posible, utilice una sola mano para conectar o desconectar los cables de señal.
• No encienda nunca un equipo cuando hay señales de fuego, agua o daños estructurales.
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• Desconecte los cables de alimentación, los sistemas de telecomunicaciones, las redes y los
módems conectados antes de abrir las cubiertas de los dispositivos, a menos que se indique lo
contrario en los procedimientos de instalación y configuración.
• Conecte y desconecte los cables, como se describe en la tabla siguiente, cuando instale, mueva o
abra las cubiertas de este producto o de los dispositivos conectados.
Para conectar
Para desconectar
1. APÁGUELO todo.
1. APÁGUELO todo.
2. En primer lugar, conecte todos los cables a los
dispositivos.
2. En primer lugar, desenchufe los cables de alimentación
de las tomas de corriente.
3. Conecte los cables de señal a los conectores.
3. Desconecte los cables de señal de los conectores.
4. Enchufe los cables de alimentación a las tomas de
corriente.
4. Desconecte todos los cables de los dispositivos.
5. Encienda el dispositivo.
PRECAUCIÓN:
Cuando sustituya una batería de litio, utilice solamente una batería número de pieza 45C1566 u otra
de tipo equivalente recomendada por el fabricante. Si su sistema dispone de un módulo que contiene
una batería de litio, reemplácelo sólo con el mismo tipo de módulo, del mismo fabricante. La batería
contiene litio y puede explotar si no se utiliza, manipula o desecha correctamente.
No debe:
• Arrojarla al agua o sumergirla en ella
• Exponerla a temperaturas superiores a 100°C (212°F)
• Repararla o desmontarla
Deshágase de la batería según especifiquen las leyes o normas locales.
PRECAUCIÓN:
Cuando haya productos láser (como unidades de CD-ROM, unidades de DVD, dispositivos de fibra
óptica o transmisores) instalados, tenga en cuenta lo siguiente:
• No quite las cubiertas. Si quita las cubiertas del producto láser, podría quedar expuesto a radiación
láser peligrosa. Dentro del dispositivo no existe ninguna pieza que requiera servicio técnico.
• Si usa controles o ajustes o realiza procedimientos que no sean los especificados aquí, podría
exponerse a radiaciones peligrosas.
PELIGRO
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Algunos productos láser tienen incorporado un diodo láser de clase 3A o clase 3B. Tenga en cuenta lo
siguiente:
Cuando se abre, queda expuesto a radiación láser. No mire directamente al rayo láser, ni siquiera con
instrumentos ópticos, y evite exponerse directamente al rayo láser.
≥18 kg (37 lbs)
≥32 kg (70.5 lbs)
≥55 kg (121.2 lbs)
PRECAUCIÓN:
Adopte procedimientos seguros al levantar el equipo.
PRECAUCIÓN:
El botón de control de alimentación del dispositivo y el interruptor de alimentación de la fuente de
alimentación no desconectan la corriente eléctrica suministrada al dispositivo. Además, el dispositivo
podría tener más de un cable de alimentación. Para suprimir toda la corriente eléctrica del dispositivo,
asegúrese de que todos los cables de alimentación estén desconectados de la toma de corriente.
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Chapter 3. General information
This chapter provides general information that applies to all machine types supported by this manual.
Lenovo Welcome
The Lenovo Welcome program introduces you to some innovative built-in features of Lenovo and guides you
through a few important setup tasks to help you make the most of your computer.
Lenovo ThinkVantage Tools
The Lenovo ThinkVantage Tools program guides you to a host of information sources and provides easy
access to various tools to help you work more easily and securely.
Note: The Lenovo ThinkVantage Tools program is only available on computers preinstalled with the Windows
7 operating system from Lenovo.
To access the Lenovo ThinkVantage Tools program, click Start ➙ All Programs ➙ Lenovo ThinkVantage
Tools.
Table 1. Program icon names in Lenovo ThinkVantage Tools
Program name
Icon name in Lenovo ThinkVantage Tools
Create Recovery Media
Factory Recovery Disks
Fingerprint Software
Fingerprint Reader
Lenovo ThinkVantage Toolbox/Lenovo Solution Center
System Health and Diagnostics
SimpleTap
SimpleTap
ThinkVantage Password Manager
Password Vault
ThinkVantage Power Manager
Power Controls
ThinkVantage Rescue and
Recovery®
ThinkVantage System Update
Enhanced Backup and Restore
Update and Drives
Lenovo ThinkVantage Toolbox
The Lenovo ThinkVantage Toolbox program helps you maintain your computer, improve computing security,
diagnose computer problems, get familiar with the innovative technologies provided by Lenovo, and get more
information about your computer. See “Lenovo ThinkVantage Toolbox” on page 37 for detailed information.
SimpleTap
The SimpleTap program provides you with a quick way to customize some basic computer settings such as
muting the speakers, adjusting the volume, locking the computer operating system, launching a program,
opening a Web page, opening a file, and so on. You also can use the SimpleTap program to access the
Lenovo App Shop, from which you can download various applications and computer software.
To start the SimpleTap program in a quick way, do any of the following:
• Click the red SimpleTap launch point on the desktop. The red launch point is available on the desktop
after you have launched the SimpleTap program for the first time.
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• Press the blue ThinkVantage button if your keyboard has one.
Note: The SimpleTap program is only available on certain models preinstalled with the Windows 7 operating
system. If your Windows 7 model is not preinstalled with the SimpleTap program, you can download it
from http://www.lenovo.com/support.
Lenovo Solution Center
The Lenovo Solution Center program enables you to troubleshoot and resolve computer problems. It
combines diagnostic tests, system information collection, security status, and support information, along
with hints and tips for maximum system performance.
ThinkVantage Productivity Center
The ThinkVantage Productivity Center program contains information sources and tools designed to make
computing easy and secure. It provides easy access to various technologies, such as:
• Client Security Solution
• Power Manager
• Productivity Center
• Product Recovery
• Rescue and Recovery
• System Update
Note: The ThinkVantage Productivity Center program is only available on computers preinstalled with
the Windows Vista operating system from Lenovo.
To access the ThinkVantage Productivity Center program, click Start ➙ All Programs ➙ ThinkVantage
➙ Productivity Center.
Additional information resources
If you have Internet access, the most up-to-date information for your computer is available at:
http://www.lenovo.com/support
You can find the following information:
• CRU removal and installation instructions
• Downloads and drivers
• Parts information
• Publications
• Troubleshooting information
• Links to other useful sources of information
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Specifications
This section lists the physical specifications for your computer.
Dimensions
Width: 275 mm (10.83 inches)
Height: 79 mm (3.11 inches)
Depth: 238 mm (9.37 inches)
Weight
Maximum configuration as shipped: 4.18 kg (9.22 lb)
Environment
• Air temperature:
Operating: 10°C to 35°C (50°F to 95°F)
Non-operating: -40°C to 60°C (-40°F to 140°F)
Non-operating: -10°C to 60°C (14°F to 140°F) (without package)
• Humidity:
Operating: 20% to 80% (non-condensing)
Non-operating: 20% to 90% (non-condensing)
• Altitude:
Operating: -50 to 10 000 ft (-15.2 to 3 048 m)
Non-operating: -50 to 35 000 ft (-15.2 to 10 668 m)
Electrical input
• Input voltage:
– Low range:
Minimum: 100 V ac
Maximum: 127 V ac
Input frequency range: 50 to 60 Hz
– High range:
Minimum: 200 V ac
Maximum: 240 V ac
Input frequency range: 50 to 60 Hz
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Attention
The drives in the computer you are servicing might have been rearranged or the drive startup sequence
changed. Be extremely careful during write operations such as copying, saving, or formatting. Data or
programs can be overwritten if you select an incorrect drive.
General error messages appear if a problem or conflict is found by an application program, the operating
system, or both. For the explanation of these messages, refer to the information supplied with that software
package.
Before replacing any FRUs, ensure that the latest level of BIOS is installed on the system. A down-level BIOS
might cause false errors and unnecessary replacement of the system board. For more information on how to
determine and obtain the latest level BIOS, see “BIOS levels” on page 185.
Notes: For computer models that do not have an internal hard disk drive and use a remote hard disk drive
accessed through the Secure Managed Client - Storage Array (SMC - Storage Array):
• You might receive the error message “No operating system found. Press F1 to repeat boot sequence.” In
this case, press Ctrl+Alt+Delete instead of F1 to establish a connection to the storage area network where
your operating system is stored. Verify that the user name is not logged on in another location.
• If the SMC login prompt disappears before you log in and then a black screen displays, contact your
administrator.
Use the following procedure to help determine the cause of a problem:
1. Turn off the computer and all external devices.
2. Check all cables and power cords.
3. Set all display controls to the middle position.
4. Turn on all external devices.
5. Turn on the computer.
• Look for displayed error codes
• Listen for beep codes
• Look for readable instructions or a main menu on the display.
If you did not receive the correct response, proceed to step 6 on page 33.
If you do receive the correct response, run the diagnostics. See “Running the diagnostic program
from a diagnostic disc” on page 38.
6. Look at the following conditions and follow the instructions:
• If you hear beep codes during POST, go to “Beep symptoms” on page 63.
• If the computer displays a POST error, go to “POST error codes” on page 63.
• If the computer hangs and no error is displayed, go to “Power problems” on page 33.
Checking for power problems
If the computer does not turn on when the power switch is pressed, use the following procedure to help
troubleshoot:
1. Press the power switch to turn on the computer. Check the power indicator LED next to the power
switch.
• If the LED is illuminated (on), the computer power is OK. Attempt to run the diagnostics. See
“Running the diagnostic program from a diagnostic disc” on page 38.
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• If the LED is not illuminated (off), go to step 2 on page 34
2. Check the status of the power indicator LED on the AC/DC power adapter.
• If the LED is illuminated (on), go to step 7 on page 34.
• If the LED is not illuminated (off), go to the next step 3 on page 34.
3. Verify that the power cord is properly connected to an AC power outlet.
4. Verify that you are using a good AC power outlet. Plug another device into the outlet or contact the
power company or supplier to verify that the outlet is working correctly .
5. Check the power cord continuity.
6. Replace the AC/DC power adapter.
7. Verify that the power cord from the AC/DC power adapter to the computer is properly connected. See
“Locating connectors on the rear of your computer” on page 70.
8. Open the cover. See “Opening the computer cover” on page 72.
9. Check the power switch/LED assembly connector on the system board. See “Locating parts on the
system board” on page 71. Reseat the cable from the power switch/LED assembly to the system board.
10. Replace the power switch/LED assembly.
11. Replace the system board. See “Replacing the system board” on page 86.
Problem determination tips
Due to the variety of hardware and software combinations that can be encountered, use the following
information to assist you in problem determination. If possible, have this information available when
requesting assistance from Service Support and Engineering functions.
• Machine type and model
• Processor or hard disk drive upgrades
• Failure symptom
– Do diagnostics indicate a failure?
– What, when, where, single, or multiple systems?
– Is the failure repeatable?
– Has this configuration ever worked?
– If it has been working, what changes were made prior to it failing?
– Is this the original reported failure?
• Diagnostics version
– Type and version level
• Hardware configuration
– Print (print screen) configuration currently in use
– BIOS level
• Operating system software
– Type and version level
Notes: To eliminate confusion, identical systems are considered identical only if they:
1. Are the exact machine type and models
2. Have the same BIOS level
3. Have the same adapters/attachments in the same locations
4. Have the same address jumpers/terminators/cabling
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5. Have the same software versions and levels
6. Have the same diagnostic diskettes (version)
7. Have the same configuration options set in the system
8. Have the same setup for operating-system-controlled files
Comparing the configuration and software setup between “working and non-working” systems will often
lead to problem resolution.
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Chapter 5. Diagnostics
Diagnostic programs are used to test hardware components of your computer. Diagnostic programs can
also report operating-system-controlled settings that interfere with the correct operation of your system.
You can use the preinstalled diagnostic program to diagnose computer problems, if your computer is
running in the Windows® operating system.
Notes:
1. Depending on the date when your computer was manufactured, your computer is preinstalled with
either the Lenovo Solution Center program or the Lenovo ThinkVantage Toolbox program for diagnostic
purposes. For more information about the Lenovo ThinkVantage Toolbox program, see “Lenovo
ThinkVantage Toolbox” on page 37. For more information about the Lenovo Solution Center program,
see “Lenovo Solution Center” on page 37.
2. You can also download the PC-Doctor for DOS diagnostic program from http://www.lenovo.com/support.
See “PC-Doctor for DOS” on page 38 for detailed information.
3. If you are unable to isolate and repair the problem yourself after running the programs, save and print
the log files created by the programs. You will need the log files when you speak to a Lenovo technical
support representative.
Lenovo ThinkVantage Toolbox
The Lenovo ThinkVantage Toolbox program helps you maintain your computer, improve computing security,
diagnose computer problems, get familiar with the innovative technologies provided by Lenovo, and get
more information about your computer. You can use the diagnostics feature of the Lenovo ThinkVantage
Toolbox program to test devices, diagnose computer problems, create bootable diagnostic media, update
system drivers, and view system information.
• To run the Lenovo ThinkVantage Toolbox program on the Windows 7 operating system, click Start ➙ All
Programs ➙ Lenovo ThinkVantage Tools ➙ System Health and Diagnostics. Follow the instructions
on the screen.
• To run the Lenovo ThinkVantage Toolbox program on the Windows Vista operating system, click Start ➙
All Programs ➙ ThinkVantage ➙ Lenovo ThinkVantage Toolbox. Follow the instructions on the screen.
Follow the instructions on the screen. For additional information, refer to the Lenovo ThinkVantage Toolbox
help system.
Lenovo Solution Center
The Lenovo Solution Center program enables you to troubleshoot and resolve computer problems. It
combines diagnostic tests, system information collection, security status, and support information, along
with hints and tips for maximum system performance.
Notes:
• The Lenovo Solution Center program is available only on models preinstalled with the Windows 7
operating system. If your Windows 7 model is not preinstalled with the program, you can download it
from http://www.lenovo.com/diagnose.
• If you are using the Windows Vista or Windows XP operating system, go to
http://www.lenovo.com/diagnose for the latest information on diagnostics for your
computer.
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To run the Lenovo Solution Center program on the Windows 7 operating system, click Start ➙ All Programs
➙ Lenovo ThinkVantage Tools ➙ System Health and Diagnostics. Follow the instructions on the screen.
For additional information, refer to the Lenovo Solution Center help system.
Note: If you are unable to isolate and repair the problem yourself after running the program, save and print
the log files created by the program. You will need the log files when you speak to a Lenovo technical
support representative.
PC-Doctor for DOS
You can also download the latest version of the PC-Doctor for DOS diagnostic program from
http://www.lenovo.com/support. The PC-Doctor for DOS diagnostic program runs independently of the
Windows operating system. Use the PC-Doctor for DOS diagnostic program if you are unable to start the
Windows operating system or if the two diagnostic programs preinstalled on your computer have not
been successful in isolating a possible problem. You can run the PC-Doctor for DOS diagnostic program
from a diagnostic disc that you created.
Creating a diagnostic disc
This section provides instructions on how to create a diagnostic disc.
To create a diagnostic disc, do the following:
1. Download a self-starting bootable CD/DVD image (known as an ISO image) of the diagnostic program
from:
http://www.lenovo.com/support
2. Use any CD/DVD burning software to create a diagnostic disc with the ISO image.
Running the diagnostic program from a diagnostic disc
This section provides instructions on how to run the diagnostic program from a diagnostic disc that you
created.
To run the diagnostic program from a diagnostic disc that you created, do the following:
1. Make sure the optical drive you want to use is set as the first boot device in the startup device sequence.
See “Selecting a startup device” on page 44.
2. Make sure the computer is turned on and then insert the disc into the optical drive. The diagnostic
program opens.
Note: You can insert the disc into the optical drive when you are setting the startup device sequence.
However, if you insert the disc into the optical drive when you have already entered the operating
system, you need to restart the computer to access the diagnostic program.
3. Follow the instructions on the screen to select the diagnostic test you want to run.
Note: For additional help, press the F1 key.
4. Remove the diagnostic disc from the optical drive when you complete the diagnostic process.
Navigating through the diagnostics programs
Use the cursor movement keys to navigate within the menus.
• The Enter key is used to select a menu item.
• The Esc key is used to back up to the previous menu.
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• For online help, select F1.
Running tests
There are four ways to run the diagnostic tests.
• Using the cursor movement keys, highlight Run Normal Test or Run Quick Test from the Diagnostics
menu and then press Enter. This automatically runs a pre-defined group of tests from each test category.
Run Normal Test runs a more extensive set of tests than Run Quick Test does and takes longer to
complete.
• Press F5 to automatically run all selected tests in all categories.
• From within a test category, press Ctrl+Enter to automatically run only the selected tests in that category.
• Using the cursor movement keys, highlight a single test within a test category, and then press Enter.
This runs only that test.
Press Esc at any time to stop the testing process.
Test results (N/A, PASSED, FAILED, ABORTED) are displayed in the field beside the test description and in
the test log. See “Viewing the test log” on page 40.
To select one or more tests, use the following procedure.
1. Open the corresponding test category.
2. Using the cursor movement keys, highlight the desired test.
3. Press the space bar. A selected test is marked by >>. Pressing the space bar again de-selects a test
and removes the >>.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 above to select all desired tests.
Test results
Diagnostics test results produce the following error code format:
Function Code
Failure Type
DeviceID
Date
ChkDigits
Text
• Function Code:
Represents the feature or function within the PC.
• Failure Type:
Represents the type of error encountered.
• DeviceID:
Contains the component's unit-ID which corresponds to either a fixed disk drive, removable media drive,
processor, specific RIMM, or a device on the PCI bus.
• Date:
Contains the date when the diagnostic test was run. The date is retrieved from CMOS and displayed
using the YYYYMMDD format.
• ChkDigits:
Contains a 2-digit check-digit value to ensure the following:
– Diagnostics were run on the specified date.
– Diagnostics were run on the specified computer.
– The diagnostic error code is recorded correctly.
• Text:
Description of the error.
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Note: See “Diagnostic error codes” on page 47 for error code listings.
Quick and Full erase - hard drive
The diagnostics program offers two hard drive format utilities:
• Quick Erase Hard Drive
• Full Erase Hard Drive
The Quick Erase Hard Drive provides a DOS utility that performs the following:
• Destroys the Master Boot Record (MBR) on the hard drive.
• Destroys all copies of the FAT Table on all partitions (both the master and backup).
• Destroys the partition table.
• Provides messages that warn the user that this is a non-recoverable process.
The Full Erase Hard Drive provides a DOS utility that performs the following:
• Performs all the steps in Quick Erase.
• Provides a DOS utility that writes random data to all sectors of the hard drive.
• Provides an estimate of time to completion along with a visual representation of completion status.
• Provides messages that warn the user about non-recoverable process.
Important: Make sure that all data is backed up before using the Quick or Full Erase functions.
To select the Quick Erase Hard drive or Full Erase Hard Drive utility, do the following:
1. Select the UTILITY option on the toolbar and press Enter.
2. Select either the QUICK ERASE or FULL ERASE HARD DISK option and follow the instructions.
Viewing the test log
Errors reported by the diagnostic test will be displayed by the program as a failed test.
To view details of a failure or to view a list of test results, use the following procedure from any test category
screen:
1. Press F3 to activate the log file.
2. Press F3 again to save the file to diskette or press F2 to print the file.
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Chapter 6. Using the Setup Utility program
The Setup Utility program is used to view and change the configuration settings of your computer, regardless
of which operating system you are using. However, the operating system settings might override any similar
settings in the Setup Utility program.
Starting the Setup Utility program
To start the Setup Utility program, do the following:
1. Make sure your computer is turned off.
2. Repeatedly press and release the F1 key when turning on the computer. When you hear multiple
beeps or see a logo screen, release the F1 key.
Note: If a Power-On Password or an Administrator Password has been set, the Setup Utility program
menu will not be displayed until you type the correct password. For more information, see “Using
passwords” on page 41.
When the POST detects that the hard disk drive has been removed from your computer or the memory
module size has decreased, an error message will be displayed when you start the computer and you will be
prompted to do one of the following:
• Press F1 to enter the Setup Utility program.
Note: After you enter the Setup Utility program, select Save Changes and Exit at the bottom of the
screen. The error message will not be displayed again.
• Press F2 to bypass the error message and log in to the operating system.
Viewing and changing settings
The Setup Utility program menu lists various items about the system configuration. To view or change
settings, start the Setup Utility program. See “Starting the Setup Utility program” on page 41. Then, follow
the instructions on the screen.
You can use either the keyboard or the mouse to navigate through BIOS menu choices. The keys used to
perform various tasks are displayed at the bottom of each screen.
Using passwords
By using the Setup Utility program, you can set passwords to prevent unauthorized access to your computer
and data. The following types of passwords are available:
• Power-On Password
• Administrator Password
• Hard Disk Password
You do not have to set any passwords to use your computer. However, using passwords improves
computing security. If you decide to set any passwords, read the following sections.
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Password considerations
A password can be any combination of up to 64 alphabetic and numeric characters. For security reasons, it
is recommended to use a strong password that cannot be easily compromised. To set a strong password,
use the following guidelines:
• Have at least eight characters in length
• Contain at least one alphabetic character and one numeric character
• Setup Utility program and hard disk drive passwords are not case sensitive
• Not be your name or your user name
• Not be a common word or a common name
• Be significantly different from your previous passwords
Power-On Password
When a Power-On Password is set, you are prompted to type a valid password each time the computer is
turned on. The computer cannot be used until the valid password is typed in.
Administrator Password
Setting an Administrator Password deters unauthorized users from changing configuration settings. If you
are responsible for maintaining the configuration settings of several computers, you might want to set an
Administrator Password.
When an Administrator Password is set, you are prompted to type a valid password each time you try to
access the Setup Utility program. The Setup Utility program cannot be accessed until a valid password
is typed in.
If both the Power-On Password and Administrator Password are set, you can type either password. However,
you must use your Administrator Password to change any configuration settings.
Hard Disk Password
Setting a Hard Disk Password prevents unauthorized access to the data on the hard disk drive. When a
Hard Disk Password is set, you are prompted to type a valid password each time you try to access the
hard disk drive.
Notes:
• After you set a Hard Disk Password, your data on the hard disk drive is protected even if the hard disk
drive is removed from one computer and installed in another.
• If the Hard Disk Password is forgotten, there is no way to reset the password or recover data from the
hard disk drive.
Setting, changing, and deleting a password
To set, change, or delete a password, do the following:
1. Start the Setup Utility program. See “Starting the Setup Utility program” on page 41.
2. From the Setup Utility program main menu, select Security.
3. Depending on the password type, select Set Power-On Password, Set Administrator Password, or
Hard Disk Password.
4. Follow the instructions on the right side of the screen to set, change, or delete a password.
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Note: A password can be any combination of up to 64 alphabetic and numeric characters. For more
information, see “Password considerations” on page 42.
Erasing lost or forgotten passwords (clearing CMOS)
This section provides instructions on how to erase lost or forgotten passwords, such as a user password.
To erase a lost or forgotten password, do the following:
1. Remove all media from the drives and turn off all attached devices and the computer. Then, disconnect
all power cords from electrical outlets and disconnect all cables that are connected to the computer.
2. Open the computer cover. See “Opening the computer cover” on page 72.
3. Locate the Clear CMOS /Recovery jumper on the system board. See “Locating parts on the system
board” on page 71.
4. Move the jumper from the standard position (pin 1 and pin 2) to the maintenance position (pin 2 and
pin 3).
5. Close the computer cover and connect the power cord. See “Completing the parts replacement”
on page 98.
6. Turn on the computer and leave it on for approximately 10 seconds. Then, turn off the computer by
holding the power switch for approximately five seconds.
7. Repeat step 1 through step 2.
8. Move the Clear CMOS /Recovery jumper back to the standard position (pin 1 and pin 2).
9. Close the computer cover and connect the power cord. See “Completing the parts replacement”
on page 98.
Enabling or disabling a device
This section provides information on how to enable or disable user access to the following devices:
USB Setup
Use this option to enable or disable a USB connector. When a USB connector is
disabled, the device connected to the USB connector cannot be used.
SATA Controller
When this feature is set to Disable, all devices connected to the SATA connectors
(such as hard disk drives or the optical drive) are disabled and cannot be accessed.
External SATA Port
When this option is set to Disable, the device connected to the External SATA
connector cannot be accessed.
To enable or disable a device, do the following:
1. Start the Setup Utility program. See “Starting the Setup Utility program” on page 41.
2. From the Setup Utility program main menu, select Devices.
3. Depending on the device you want to enable or disable, do one of the following:
• Select USB Setup to enable or disable a USB device.
• Select ATA Drive Setup to enable or disable an internal or external SATA device.
4. Select the desired settings and press Enter.
5. Press F10 to save and exit the Setup Utility program. See “Exiting from the Setup Utility program”
on page 45.
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Selecting a startup device
If your computer does not start up from a device such as the disc or hard disk drive as expected, do one of
the following to select the startup device you want.
Selecting a temporary startup device
Use this procedure to select a temporary startup device.
Note: Not all discs and hard disk drives are bootable.
1. Turn off your computer.
2. Repeatedly press and release the F12 key when turning on the computer. When the Please select
boot device window displays, release the F12 key.
3. Select the desired startup device and press Enter. The computer will start up from the device you
selected.
Note: Selecting a startup device from the Please select boot device window does not permanently change
the startup sequence.
Selecting or changing the startup device sequence
To view or permanently change the configured startup device sequence, do the following:
1. Start the Setup Utility program. See “Starting the Setup Utility program” on page 41.
2. From the Setup Utility program main menu, select Startup.
3. Select the devices for the Primary Startup Sequence, the Automatic Startup Sequence, and the Error
Startup Sequence. Read the information displayed on the right side of the screen.
4. Press F10 to save and exit the Setup Utility program. See “Exiting from the Setup Utility program”
on page 45.
Smart performance choices
You can adjust the acoustic and thermal performance of your computer through the Smart Performance
Choice menu. Two choices are available:
• Better Acoustic Performance (default choice)
• Better Thermal Performance
By enabling Better Acoustic Performance, your computer will run with less noise at a normal thermal
level. By enabling Better Thermal Performance, your computer will run at a better thermal level with
normal acoustic performance.
To switch between better acoustic performance and better thermal performance, do the following:
1. Start the Setup Utility program. See “Starting the Setup Utility program” on page 41.
2. From the Setup Utility program main menu, select Power.
3. Select Smart Performance Choice. The Smart Performance Choice window is displayed.
4. Select Better Acoustic Performance or Better Thermal Performance as desired.
5. Press F10 to save your setting and exit the Setup Utility program. See “Exiting from the Setup Utility
program” on page 45.
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Exiting from the Setup Utility program
After you finish viewing or changing settings, press Esc to return to the Setup Utility program main menu.
You might have to press Esc several times. Do one of the following:
• If you want to save the new settings, press F10 to save and exit the Setup Utility program.
• If you do not want to save the settings, select Exit ➙ Discard Changes and Exit.
• If you want to return to the default settings, press F9 to load the default settings.
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Chapter 7. Symptom-to-FRU index
The Symptom-to-FRU index lists error symptoms and possible causes. The most likely cause is listed first.
Always begin with the Chapter 4 “General checkout” on page 33. You can use this index to help you decide
which FRUs are needed when servicing a computer. If you are unable to correct the problem using this
index, go to “Undetermined problems” on page 66.
Notes:
1. If you have both an error message and an incorrect audio response, diagnose the error message first.
2. If you cannot run the diagnostic tests or you get a diagnostic error code when running a test, but did receive a
POST error message, diagnose the POST error message first.
3. If you did not receive any error message, look for a description of your error symptoms in the first part of this index.
4. For computer models that do not have an internal hard disk drive and use a remote hard disk drive accessed
through the SMC - Storage Array:
• You might receive the error message “No operating system found. Press F1 to repeat boot sequence.” In this
case, press Ctrl+Alt+Delete instead of F1 to establish a connection to the storage area network where your
operating system is stored. Verify that the user name is not logged on in another location.
• If the SMC login prompt disappears before you log in and then a black screen displays, contact the
administrator.
Hard disk drive boot error
A hard disk drive boot error (error codes 1962 and I999030X) can have the following causes.
Note: For computer models that do not have an internal hard disk drive and use a remote hard disk drive
accessed through the SMC - Storage Array, contact the network or storage administrator.
Error
FRU/Action
The start-up drive is not in the boot sequence in
configuration.
Check the configuration and ensure the start-up drive is
in the boot sequence.
No operating system installed on the boot drive.
Install an operating system on the boot drive.
The boot sector on the start-up drive is corrupted.
The drive must be formatted. Do the following:
1. Attempt to back-up the data on the failing hard disk
drive.
2. Using the operating system programs, format the
hard disk drive.
The drive is defective.
Replace the hard disk drive.
Diagnostic error codes
Refer to the following diagnostic error codes when using the diagnostic tests. See “Running tests” on page
39 for the specific type for information about the diagnostic programs.
In the following index, X can represent any number.
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Diagnostic Error Code
FRU/Action
000-000-XXX BIOS Test Passed
No action
000-002-XXX BIOS Timeout
1. Flash the system. See “Updating (flashing) the BIOS
from a disc” on page 186.
2. System board
000-024-XXX BIOS Addressing test failure
1. Flash the system. See “Updating (flashing) the BIOS
from a disc” on page 186.
2. System board
000-025-XXX BIOS Checksum Value error
1. Flash the system. See “Updating (flashing) the BIOS
from a disc” on page 186.
2. System board
000-026-XXX FLASH data error
1. Flash the system. See “Updating (flashing) the BIOS
from a disc” on page 186.
2. System board
000-027-XXX BIOS Configuration/Setup error
1. Run the Setup Utility program.
2. Flash the system. See “Updating (flashing) the BIOS
from a disc” on page 186.
3. System board
000-034-XXX BIOS Buffer Allocation failure
1. Reboot the system.
2. Flash the system. See “Updating (flashing) the BIOS
from a disc” on page 186.
3. Run memory test
4. System board
000-035-XXX BIOS Reset Condition detected
1. Flash the system. See “Updating (flashing) the BIOS
from a disc” on page 186.
2. System board
000-036-XXX BIOS Register error
1. Flash the system. See “Updating (flashing) the BIOS
from a disc” on page 186.
2. System board
000-038-XXX BIOS Extension failure
1. Flash the system. See “Updating (flashing) the BIOS
from a disc” on page 186.
2. Adapter card
3. System board
000-039-XXX BIOS DMI data error
1. Flash the system. See “Updating (flashing) the BIOS
from a disc” on page 186.
2. System board
000-195-XXX BIOS Test aborted by user
000-196-XXX BIOS test halt, error threshold exceeded
Information only Restart the test, if necessary.
1. Press F3 to review the log file.
2. Restart the test to reset the log file.
000-197-XXX BIOS test warning
1. Make sure the component that is called out is
connected and/or enabled. See Chapter 6 “Using the
Setup Utility program” on page 41.
2. Re-run test.
3. Replace the component that is called out in warning
statement.
4. Replace the component under test.
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Diagnostic Error Code
000-198-XXX BIOS test aborted
FRU/Action
1. Make sure the component that is called out is
connected and/or enabled. See Chapter 6 “Using the
Setup Utility program” on page 41.
2. Flash the system and re-test. See “Updating
(flashing) the BIOS from a disc” on page 186.
3. Go to “Undetermined problems” on page 66.
000-199-XXX BIOS test failed, cause unknown
1. Go to “Undetermined problems” on page 66.
2. Flash the system and re-test.
3. Replace component under function test.
000-250-XXX BIOS APM failure
1. Flash the system. See “Updating (flashing) the BIOS
from a disc” on page 186.
2. System board
000-270-XXX BIOS ACPI failure
1. Flash the system. See “Updating (flashing) the BIOS
from a disc” on page 186.
2. System board
001-000-XXX System Test Passed
No action
001-00X-XXX System Error
System board
001-01X-XXX System Error
System board
001-024-XXX System Addressing test failure
System board
001-025-XXX System Checksum Value error
1. Flash the system. See “Updating (flashing) the BIOS
from a disc” on page 186.
2. System board
001-026-XXX System FLASH data error
1. Flash the system. See “Updating (flashing) the BIOS
from a disc” on page 186.
2. System board
001-027-XXX System Configuration/Setup error
1. Run the Setup Utility program.
2. Flash the system. See “Updating (flashing) the BIOS
from a disc” on page 186.
3. System board
001-032-XXX System Device Controller failure
001-034-XXX System Device Buffer Allocation failure
System board
1. Reboot the system
2. Flash the system. See “Updating (flashing) the BIOS
from a disc” on page 186.
3. Run memory test
4. System board
001-035-XXX System Device Reset condition detected
System board
001-036-XXX System Register error
System board
001-038-XXX System Extension failure
1. Adapter card
2. System board
001-039-XXX System DMI data structure error
1. Flash the system. See “Updating (flashing) the BIOS
from a disc” on page 186.
2. System board
001-040-XXX System IRQ failure
1. Turn off/on the system and re-test.
2. System board
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Diagnostic Error Code
001-041-XXX System DMA failure
FRU/Action
1. Turn off/on the system and re-test.
2. System board
001-195-XXX System Test aborted by user
001-196-XXX System test halt, error threshold exceeded
Information only Restart the test, if necessary.
1. Press F3 to review the log file.
2. Restart the test to reset the log file.
001-197-XXX System test warning
1. Make sure the component that is called out is
connected and/or enabled. See Chapter 6 “Using the
Setup Utility program” on page 41.
2. Re-run test
3. Replace the component that is called out in warning
statement.
4. Replace the component under test.
001-198-XXX System test aborted
1. If a component is called out, make sure it is
connected and/or enabled. See Chapter 6 “Using the
Setup Utility program” on page 41.
2. Flash the system and re-test. See “Updating
(flashing) the BIOS from a disc” on page 186.
3. Go to “Undetermined problems” on page 66.
001-199-XXX System test failed, cause unknown
1. Go to “Undetermined problems” on page 66.
2. Flash the system and re-test.
3. Replace component under function test.
001-250-XXX System ECC error
System board
001-254-XXX 001-255-XXX 001-256-XXX 001-257-XXX
System DMA error
System board
001-260-XXX 001-264-XXX System IRQ error
System board
001-268-XXX System IRQ1 failure
1. Device on IRQ1
2. System board
001-269-XXX System IRQ2 failure
1. Device on IRQ2
2. System board
001-270-XXX System IRQ3 failure
1. Device on IRQ3
2. System board
001-271-XXX System IRQ4 failure
1. Device on IRQ4
2. System board
001-272-XXX System IRQ5 failure
1. Device on IRQ5
2. System board
001-273-XXX System IRQ6 (diskette drive) failure
1. Diskette Cable
2. Diskette drive
3. System board
001-274-XXX System IRQ7 failure
1. Device on IRQ7
2. System board
001-275-XXX System IRQ8 failure
1. Device on IRQ8
2. System board
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Diagnostic Error Code
001-276-XXX System IRQ9 failure
FRU/Action
1. Device on IRQ9
2. System board
001-277-XXX System IRQ10 failure
1. Device on IRQ10
2. System board
001-278-XXX System IRQ11 failure
1. Device on IRQ11
2. System board
001-279-XXX System IRQ12 failure
1. Device on IRQ12
2. System board
001-280-XXX System IRQ13 failure
1. Device on IRQ13
2. System board
001-281-XXX System IRQ14 (hard disk drive) failure
1. Hard disk drive cable
2. Hard disk drive
3. System board
001-282-XXX System IRQ15 failure
1. Device on IRQ15
2. System board
001-286-XXX 001-287-XXX 001-288-XXX System Timer
failure
001-292-XXX System CMOS RAM error
System board
1. Run the Setup and Utility program and re-test.
2. System board
001-293-XXX System CMOS Battery
1. CMOS Battery
2. System board
001-298-XXX System RTC date/time update failure
1. Flash the system. See “Updating (flashing) the BIOS
from a disc” on page 186.
2. System board
001-299-XXX System RTC periodic interrupt failure
System board
001-300-XXX System RTC Alarm failure
System board
001-301-XXX System RTC Century byte error
1. Flash the system. See “Updating (flashing) the BIOS
from a disc” on page 186.
2. System board
005-000-XXX Video Test Passed
005-00X-XXX Video error
No action
1. Video card, if installed
2. System board
005-010-XXX 005-011-XXX 005-012-XXX 005-013-XXX
Video Signal failure
1. Video card, if installed
005-016-XXX Video Simple Pattern test failure
1. Video Ram
2. System board
2. Video card, if installed
3. System board
005-024-XXX Video Addressing test failure
1. Video card, if installed
2. System board
005-025-XXX Video Checksum Value error
1. Video card, if installed
2. System board
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Diagnostic Error Code
005-027-XXX Video Configuration/Setup error
FRU/Action
1. Run the Setup Utility program.
2. Video drivers update
3. Video card, if installed
4. System board
005-031-XXX Video Device Cable failure
1. Video cable
2. Monitor
3. Video card, if installed
4. System board
005-032-XXX Video Device Controller failure
1. Video card, if installed
2. System board
005-036-XXX Video Register error
1. Video card, if installed
2. System board
005-038-XXX System BIOS extension failure
1. Video card, if installed
2. System board
005-040-XXX Video IRQ failure
1. Video card, if installed
2. System board
005-195-XXX Video Test aborted by user
005-196-XXX Video test halt, error threshold exceeded
Information only Restart the test, if necessary.
1. Press F3 to review the log file.
2. Restart the test to reset the log file.
005-197-XXX Video test warning
1. Make sure the component that is called out is
connected and/or enabled. See Chapter 6 “Using the
Setup Utility program” on page 41.
2. Re-run the test.
3. Replace the component called out in warning
statement.
4. Replace the component under test.
005-198-XXX Video test aborted
1. If a component is called out, make sure it is
connected and/or enabled. See Chapter 6 “Using the
Setup Utility program” on page 41.
2. Flash the system and re-test. See “Updating
(flashing) the BIOS from a disc” on page 186.
3. Go to “Undetermined problems” on page 66.
005-199-XXX Video test failed, cause unknown
1. Go to “Undetermined problems” on page 66.
2. Flash the system and re-test. See “Updating
(flashing) the BIOS from a disc” on page 186.
3. Replace component under function test.
005-2XX-XXX 005-3XX-XXX Video subsystem error
1. Video card, if installed.
2. System board
006-000-XXX Diskette interface Test Passed
006-0XX-XXX Diskette interface error
No action
1. Diskette drive Cable
2. Diskette drive
3. System board
006-195-XXX Diskette interface Test aborted by user
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Information only Restart the test, if necessary.
Diagnostic Error Code
FRU/Action
006-196-XXX Diskette interface test halt, error threshold
exceeded
1. Press F3 to review the log file.
006-197-XXX Diskette interface test warning
1. If a component is called out, make sure it is
connected and/or enabled .
2. Restart the test to reset the log file.
2. Re-run the test.
3. Replace the component that is called out in warning
statement.
4. Replace the component under test.
006-198-XXX Diskette interface test aborted
1. If a component is called out, make sure it is
connected and/or enabled.
2. Flash the system and re-test. See “Updating
(flashing) the BIOS from a disc” on page 186.
3. Go to “Undetermined problems” on page 66.
006-199-XXX Diskette interface test failed, cause
unknown
1. Go to “Undetermined problems” on page 66.
2. Flash the system and re-test.
3. Replace component under function test.
006-25X-XXX Diskette interface Error
1. Diskette drive cable
2. Diskette drive
3. System board
015-000-XXX USB port Interface Test Passed
015-001-XXX USB port Presence
No action
1. Remove USB device(s) and re-test
2. System board
015-002-XXX USB port Timeout
1. Remove USB device(s) and re-test
2. System board
015-015-XXX USB port External Loopback failure
1. Remove USB device(s) and re-test
2. System board
015-027-XXX USB port Configuration/Setup error
1. Flash the system. See “Updating (flashing) the BIOS
from a disc” on page 186.
2. System board
015-032-XXX USB port Device Controller failure
015-034-XXX USB port buffer allocation failure
System board
1. Reboot the system
2. Flash the system and re-test. See “Updating
(flashing) the BIOS from a disc” on page 186.
3. Run memory test
4. System board
015-035-XXX USB port Reset condition detected
1. Remove USB device(s) and re-test.
2. System board
015-036-XXX USB port Register error
015-040-XXX USB port IRQ failure
System board
1. Run the Setup Utility program and check for conflicts.
2. Flash the system. See “Updating (flashing) the BIOS
from a disc” on page 186.
3. System board
015-195-XXX USB port Test aborted by user
Information only Restart the test, if necessary.
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Diagnostic Error Code
015-196-XXX USB port test halt, error threshold exceeded
FRU/Action
1. Press F3 to review the log file.
2. Restart the test to reset the log file.
015-197-XXX USB port test warning
1. Make sure the component that is called out is
connected and/or enabled. See Chapter 6 “Using the
Setup Utility program” on page 41.
2. Re-run the test.
3. Replace the component that is called out in warning
statement.
4. Replace the component under test.
015-198-XXX USB port test aborted
1. If a component is called out, make sure it is
connected and/or enabled. See Chapter 6 “Using the
Setup Utility program” on page 41.
2. Flash the system and re-test. See “Updating
(flashing) the BIOS from a disc” on page 186.
3. Go to “Undetermined problems” on page 66.
015-199-XXX USB port test failed, cause unknown
1. Go to “Undetermined problems” on page 66.
2. Flash the system and re-test. See “Updating
(flashing) the BIOS from a disc” on page 186.
3. Replace component under function test.
018-000-XXX PCI Card Test Passed
018-0XX-XXX PCI Card Failure
No action
1. Riser card, if installed
2. System board
018-195-XXX PCI Card Test aborted by user
1. PCI card
2. Information only Restart the test, if necessary.
018-196-XXX PCI Card test halt, error threshold exceeded
1. Press F3 to review the log file.
2. Restart the test to reset the log file.
018-197-XXX PCI Card test warning
1. Make sure the component that is called out is
connected and/or enabled. See Chapter 6 “Using the
Setup Utility program” on page 41.
2. Re-run the test.
3. Replace the component that is called out in warning
statement.
4. Replace the component under test.
018-198-XXX PCI Card test aborted
1. If a component is called out, make sure it is
connected and/or enabled. See Chapter 6 “Using the
Setup Utility program” on page 41.
2. Flash the system and re-test. See “Updating
(flashing) the BIOS from a disc” on page 186.
3. Go to “Undetermined problems” on page 66.
018-199-XXX PCI Card test failed, cause unknown
1. Go to “Undetermined problems” on page 66.
2. Flash the system and re-test. See “Updating
(flashing) the BIOS from a disc” on page 186.
3. Replace component under function test.
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Diagnostic Error Code
018-250-XXX PCI Card Services error
FRU/Action
1. PCI card
2. Riser card, if installed
3. System board
020-000-XXX PCI Interface Test Passed
020-0XX-XXX PCI Interface error
No action
1. PCI card
2. Riser card, if installed
3. System board
020-195-XXX PCI Test aborted by user
020-196-XXX PCI test halt, error threshold exceeded
Information only Restart the test, if necessary.
1. Press F3 to review the log file.
2. Restart the test to reset the log file.
020-197-XXX PCI test warning
1. Make sure the component that is called out is
connected and/or enabled. See Chapter 6 “Using the
Setup Utility program” on page 41.
2. Re-run the test.
3. Replace the component that is called out in warning
statement.
4. Replace the component under test.
020-198-XXX PCI test aborted
1. If a component is called out, make sure it is
connected and/or enabled. See Chapter 6 “Using the
Setup Utility program” on page 41.
2. Flash the system and re-test. See “Updating
(flashing) the BIOS from a disc” on page 186.
3. Go to “Undetermined problems” on page 66.
020-199-XXX PCI test failed, cause unknown
1. Go to “Undetermined problems” on page 66.
2. Flash the system and re-test. See “Updating
(flashing) the BIOS from a disc” on page 186.
3. Replace component under function test.
020-262-XXXPCI system error
1. PCI card
2. Riser card, if installed
3. System board
025-000-XXXIDE interface Test Passed
025-00X-XXX 025-01X-XXX IDE interface failure
No action
1. IDE signal cable
2. Check power supply voltages
3. Reseat IDE signal cable
4. IDE device
5. System board
025-027-XXX IDE interface Configuration/Setup error
1. IDE signal cable
2. Flash the system. See “Updating (flashing) the BIOS
from a disc” on page 186.
3. Reseat IDE signal cable
4. IDE device
5. System board
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Diagnostic Error Code
025-02X-XXX 025-03X-XXX 025-04X-XXX IDE Interface
failure
FRU/Action
1. IDE signal cable
2. Check AC/DC power adapter
3. Reseat IDE signal cable
4. IDE device
5. System board
025-195-XXX IDE interface Test aborted by user
Information only Restart the test, if necessary.
025-196-XXX IDE interface test halt, error threshold
exceeded
1. Press F3 to review the log file.
025-197-XXX IDE interface test warning
1. Make sure the component that is called out is
connected and/or enabled. See Chapter 6 “Using the
Setup Utility program” on page 41.
2. Restart the test to reset the log file.
2. Re-run the test.
3. Replace the component that is called out in warning
statement.
4. Replace the component under test.
025-198-XXX IDE interface test aborted
1. If a component is called out, make sure it is
connected and/or enabled. See Chapter 6 “Using the
Setup Utility program” on page 41.
2. Flash the system and re-test. See “Updating
(flashing) the BIOS from a disc” on page 186.
3. Go to “Undetermined problems” on page 66.
025-199-XXX IDE interface test failed, cause unknown
1. Go to “Undetermined problems” on page 66.
2. Flash the system and re-test. See “Updating
(flashing) the BIOS from a disc” on page 186.
3. Replace component under function test.
030-000-XXX SCSI interface Test Passed
030-00X-XXX 030-01X-XXX SCSI interface failure
No action
1. SCSI signal cable
2. Check AC/DC power adapter
3. SCSI device
4. SCSI adapter card, if installed
5. System board
030-027-XXX SCSI interface Configuration/Setup error
1. SCSI signal cable
2. Flash the system. See “Updating (flashing) the BIOS
from a disc” on page 186.
3. SCSI device
4. SCSI adapter card, if installed
5. System board
030-03X-XXX 030-04X-XXX SCSI interface error
1. SCSI signal cable
2. Check AC/DC power adapter
3. SCSI device
4. SCSI adapter card, if installed
5. System board
030-195-XXX SCSI interface Test aborted by user
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Information only Restart the test, if necessary.
Diagnostic Error Code
FRU/Action
030-196-XXX SCSI interface test halt, error threshold
exceeded
1. Press F3 to review the log file.
030-197-XXX SCSI interface test warning
1. Make sure the component that is called out is
connected and/or enabled. See Chapter 6 “Using the
Setup Utility program” on page 41.
2. Restart the test to reset the log file.
2. Re-run the test.
3. Replace the component that is called out in warning
statement.
4. Replace the component under test.
030-198-XXX SCSI interface test aborted
1. If a component is called out, make sure it is
connected and/or enabled. See Chapter 6 “Using the
Setup Utility program” on page 41.
2. Flash the system and re-test. See “Updating
(flashing) the BIOS from a disc” on page 186.
3. Go to “Undetermined problems” on page 66.
030-199-XXX SCSI interface test failed, cause unknown
1. Go to “Undetermined problems” on page 66.
2. Flash the system and re-test. See “Updating
(flashing) the BIOS from a disc” on page 186.
3. Replace component under function test.
035-000-XXX RAID interface Test Passed
035-0XX-XXX RAID interface Failure
No action
1. RAID signal cable
2. RAID device
3. RAID adapter card, if installed
4. System board
035-195-XXX RAID interface Test aborted by user
Information only Restart the test, if necessary.
035-196-XXX RAID interface test halt, error threshold
exceeded
1. Press F3 to review the log file.
035-197-XXX RAID interface test warning
1. Make sure the component that is called out is
connected and/or enabled. See Chapter 6 “Using the
Setup Utility program” on page 41.
2. Restart the test to reset the log file.
2. Re-run the test.
3. Replace the component that is called out in warning
statement.
4. Replace the component under test.
035-198-XXX RAID interface test aborted
1. If a component is called out, make sure it is
connected and/or enabled. See Chapter 6 “Using the
Setup Utility program” on page 41.
2. Flash the system and re-test. See “Updating
(flashing) the BIOS from a disc” on page 186.
3. Go to “Undetermined problems” on page 66.
035-199-XXX RAID interface test failed, cause unknown
1. See “Undetermined problems” on page 66.
2. Flash the system and re-test. See “Updating
(flashing) the BIOS from a disc” on page 186.
3. Replace component under function test.
071-000-XXX Audio port Interface Test Passed
No action
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Diagnostic Error Code
071-00X-XXX 071-01X-XXX 071-02X-XXXAudio port
error
FRU/Action
1. Run the Setup Utility program.
2. Flash the system. See “Updating (flashing) the BIOS
from a disc” on page 186.
3. System board
071-03X-XXX Audio port failure
1. Speakers
2. Microphone
3. Audio card, if installed
4. System board
071-04X-XXX Audio port failure
1. Run the Setup Utility program.
2. Audio card, if installed
3. System board
071-195-XXX Audio port Test aborted by user
Information only Restart the test, if necessary.
071-196-XXX Audio port test halt, error threshold
exceeded
1. Press F3 to review the log file.
071-197-XXX Audio port test warning
1. Make sure the component that is called out is
connected and/or enabled. See Chapter 6 “Using the
Setup Utility program” on page 41.
2. Restart the test to reset the log file.
2. Re-run the test.
3. Replace the component that is called out in warning
statement.
4. Replace the component under test.
071-198-XXX Audio port test aborted
1. If a component is called out, make sure it is
connected and/or enabled. See Chapter 6 “Using the
Setup Utility program” on page 41.
2. Flash the system and re-test. See “Updating
(flashing) the BIOS from a disc” on page 186.
3. Go to “Undetermined problems” on page 66.
071-199-XXX Audio port test failed, cause unknown
1. See “Undetermined problems” on page 66.
2. Flash the system and re-test. See “Updating
(flashing) the BIOS from a disc” on page 186.
3. Replace component under function test.
071-25X-XXX Audio port failure
1. Speakers
2. Audio card, if installed
3. System board
080-000-XXX Game Port interface Test Passed
080-XXX-XXX Game Port interface Error
080-195-XXX Game Port interface Test aborted by user
080-196-XXX Game Port interface test halt, error
threshold exceeded
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No action
1. Remove the game port device and re-test the system.
Information only Restart the test, if necessary.
1. Press F3 to review the log file.
2. Restart the test to reset the log file.
Diagnostic Error Code
080-197-XXX Game Port interface test warning
FRU/Action
1. Make sure the component that is called out is
connected and/or enabled. See Chapter 6 “Using the
Setup Utility program” on page 41.
2. Re-run the test.
3. Replace the component that is called out in warning
statement.
4. Replace the component under test.
080-198-XXX Game Port interface test aborted
1. If a component is called out, make sure it is
connected and/or enabled. See Chapter 6 “Using the
Setup Utility program” on page 41.
2. Flash the system and re-test. See “Updating
(flashing) the BIOS from a disc” on page 186.
3. Go to “Undetermined problems” on page 66.
080-199-XXX Game Port interface test failed, cause
unknown
1. See “Undetermined problems” on page 66.
2. Flash the system and re-test. See “Updating
(flashing) the BIOS from a disc” on page 186.
3. Replace component under function test.
086-000-XXX Mouse Port interface Test Passed
086-001-XXX Mouse Port interface Presence
No action
1. Mouse
2. System board
086-032-XXX Mouse Port interface Device controller
failure
1. Mouse
086-035-XXX Mouse Port interface Reset
1. Mouse
2. System board
2. System board
086-040-XXX Mouse Port interface IRQ failure
1. Run the Setup Utility program.
2. Mouse
3. System board
086-195-XXX Mouse Port interface Test aborted by user
Information only Restart the test, if necessary.
086-196-XXX Mouse Port interface test halt, error
threshold exceeded
1. Press F3 to review the log file.
086-197-XXX Mouse Port interface test warning
1. Make sure the component that is called out is
connected and/or enabled. See Chapter 6 “Using the
Setup Utility program” on page 41.
2. Restart the test to reset the log file.
2. Re-run the test.
3. Replace the component that is called out in warning
statement.
4. Replace the component under test.
086-198-XXX Mouse Port interface test aborted
1. If a component is called out, make sure it is
connected and/or enabled. See Chapter 6 “Using the
Setup Utility program” on page 41.
2. Flash the system and re-test. See “Updating
(flashing) the BIOS from a disc” on page 186.
3. Go to “Undetermined problems” on page 66.
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Diagnostic Error Code
086-199-XXX Mouse Port interface test failed, cause
unknown
FRU/Action
1. See “Undetermined problems” on page 66.
2. Flash the system and re-test. See “Updating
(flashing) the BIOS from a disc” on page 186.
3. Replace component under function test.
089-000-XXX Microprocessor Test Passed
089-XXX-XXX Microprocessor failure
No action
1. Microprocessor(s)
2. System board
089-195-XXX Microprocessor Test aborted by user
Information only Restart the test, if necessary.
089-196-XXX Microprocessor test halt, error threshold
exceeded
1. Press F3 to review the log file.
089-197-XXX Microprocessor test warning
1. Make sure the component that is called out is
connected and/or enabled. See Chapter 6 “Using the
Setup Utility program” on page 41.
2. Restart the test to reset the log file.
2. Re-run the test.
3. Replace the component that is called out in warning
statement.
4. Replace the component under test.
089-198-XXX Microprocessor test aborted
1. Flash the system. See “Updating (flashing) the BIOS
from a disc” on page 186.
2. Go to “Undetermined problems” on page 66.
089-199-XXX Microprocessor test failed, cause unknown
1. See “Undetermined problems” on page 66.
2. Flash the system and re-test. See “Updating
(flashing) the BIOS from a disc” on page 186.
3. Replace component under function test.
170-000-XXX Voltage Sensor(s) Test Passed
170-0XX-XXX Voltage Sensor(s) failure
No action
1. Flash system
2. System board
170-195-XXX Voltage Sensor(s) Test aborted by user
Information only Restart the test, if necessary.
170-196-XXX Voltage Sensor(s) test halt, error threshold
exceeded
1. Press F3 to review the log file.
170-197-XXX Voltage Sensor(s) test warning
1. Make sure the component that is called out is
connected and/or enabled. See Chapter 6 “Using the
Setup Utility program” on page 41.
2. Restart the test to reset the log file.
2. Re-run the test.
3. Replace the component that is called out in warning
statement.
4. Replace the component under test.
170-198-XXX Voltage Sensor(s) test aborted
1. If a component is called out, make sure it is
connected and/or enabled. See Chapter 6 “Using the
Setup Utility program” on page 41.
2. Flash the system and re-test. See “Updating
(flashing) the BIOS from a disc” on page 186.
3. Go to “Undetermined problems” on page 66.
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Diagnostic Error Code
170-199-XXX Voltage Sensor(s) test failed, cause
unknown
FRU/Action
1. See “Undetermined problems” on page 66.
2. Flash the system and re-test. See “Updating
(flashing) the BIOS from a disc” on page 186.
3. Replace component under function test.
170-250-XXX 170-251-XXX Voltage Sensor(s) Voltage
limit error
1. AC/DC power adapter
170-254-XXX Voltage Sensor(s) Voltage Regulator
Module error
1. Voltage Regulator Module (VRM)
2. System board
2. Microprocessor
3. System board
175-000-XXX Thermal Sensor(s) Test Passed
175-0XX-XXX Thermal Sensor(s) failure
No action
1. Flash system
2. System board
175-195-XXX Thermal Sensor(s) Test aborted by user
Information only Restart the test, if necessary
175-196-XXX Thermal Sensor(s) test halt, error threshold
exceeded
1. Press F3 to review the log file.
175-197-XXX Thermal Sensor(s) test warning
1. Make sure the component that is called out is
connected and/or enabled. See Chapter 6 “Using the
Setup Utility program” on page 41.
2. Restart the test to reset the log file.
2. Re-run test.
3. Replace the component that is called out in warning
statement.
4. Replace the component under test.
175-198-XXX Thermal Sensor(s) test aborted
1. If a component is called out, make sure it is
connected and/or enabled .
2. Flash the system and re-test. See “Updating
(flashing) the BIOS from a disc” on page 186.
3. Go to “Undetermined problems” on page 66.
175-199-XXX Thermal Sensor(s) test failed, cause
unknown
1. See “Undetermined problems” on page 66.
2. Flash the system and re-test. See “Updating
(flashing) the BIOS from a disc” on page 186.
3. Replace component under function test.
175-250-XXX 175-251-XXX Thermal Sensor(s) limit error
1. Check fans
2. Check AC/DC power adapter voltages.
3. Microprocessor
4. System board
185-000-XXX Asset Security Test Passed
185-XXX-XXX Asset Security failure
No action
1. Flash system
2. System board
185-278-XXX Asset Security Chassis Intrusion
1. Assure Asset Security Enabled
2. C2 Cover Switch
3. System board
201-000-XXX System Memory Test Passed
No action
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Diagnostic Error Code
201-XXX-XXX System Memory error
FRU/Action
1. Replace the memory module called out by the test
2. System board
202-000-XXX System Cache Test Passed
202-XXX-XXX System Cache error
No action
1. Cache, if removable
2. System board
3. Microprocessor
206-000-XXX Diskette Drive Test Passed
206-XXX-XXX Diskette Drive error
No action
1. Diskette Drive Cable
2. Check AC/DC power adapter voltages
3. Diskette drive
4. System board
215-000-XXX CD-ROM Drive Test Passed
215-XXX-XXX CD-ROM Drive error
No action
1. CD-ROM Drive Cable
2. Check AC/DC power adapter voltages
3. CD-ROM drive
4. System board
217-000-XXX Hard Disk Drive Test Passed
217-25X-XXX 217-26X-XXX Hard Disk Drive (IDE) error
No action
1. Hard Disk Drive Cable
2. Check AC/DC power adapter voltages
3. Reseat the hard disk drive cable
4. Hard Disk drive (IDE)
5. System board
217-28X-XXX 217-29X-XXX Hard Disk Drive (SCSI) error
1. Hard Disk Drive Cable
2. Check AC/DC power adapter voltages
3. Reseat the hard disk drive cable
4. Hard Disk drive (SCSI)
5. SCSI adapter card
6. System board
220-000-XXX Hi-Capacity Cartridge Drive Test Passed
No action
220-XXX-XXX Hi-Capacity Cartridge Drive error
1. Remove the Hi-Capacity Cartridge Drive and re-test
the system.
301-XXX-XXX Keyboard error
1. Keyboard
2. Check and test mouse
3. System board
301-000-XXX Keyboard Test Passed
No action
302-000-XXX Mouse Test Passed
No action
302-XXX-XXX Mouse error
1. Mouse
2. Check and test Keyboard
3. System board
303-000-XXX Joystick Test Passed
No action
303-XXX-XXX Joystick error
Remove the Joystick and re-test the system
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FRU/Action
305-000-XXX Monitor DDC Test Passed
No action
305-250-XXX Monitor DDC self test failure
1. Run the Setup Utility program to enable DDC
2. Cable
3. Monitor
4. Video card
5. System board
415-000-XXXModem Test Passed
No action
415-XXX-XXX Modem error
Remove the Modem and re-test the system
Beep symptoms
Beep symptoms are tones or a series of tones separated by pauses (intervals without sound) during POST.
The following tables describes beep symptoms.
Beep Symptom
FRU/Action
2 short 1 long beeps
Reseat the memory modules. If the error persists, replace
the memory modules one at a time until the failing module
is determined.
4, 5, 6, or 7 beeps9, 10, or 11 beeps
Before replacing the system board, remove any optional
adapters (Express card, Modem card, Media reader) and
retry. If the problem persists, replace the system board.
Otherwise, reinstall the optional adapters one at a time
until the failing adapter is determined.
8 beeps
Replace the system board.
POST error codes
Each time you turn on your computer, it performs a series of tests to check the operation of the computer
components and some optional devices in the computer. This series of tests is called the power-on self-test,
or POST. The POST does the following operations:
• Checks some basic system board operations
• Checks the memory operation
• Starts the video operation
• Verifies that the boot drive is working
If the POST detects a problem, an error message is displayed on the screen. A single problem can cause
several error messages. When you correct the cause of the first error message, the other error messages
probably will not be displayed the next time you turn on the computer.
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Error code
POST error message
Description/Action
CMOS Battery Failure
The CMOS battery is no longer
functional.
Replace the battery.
Keyboard error or no keyboard
present
Cannot initialize the keyboard.
Make sure the keyboard is correctly
connected to the computer and that
no keys are held pressed during the
POST.
To purposely configure the computer
without a keyboard, set the error halt
condition in the Setup Utility program
to HALT ON ALL, BUT KEYBOARD.
The BIOS then ignores the missing
keyboard during the POST.
Press TAB to show POST screen
Pressing the TAB key permits you
to toggle between the default POST
screen and a custom POST display
screen.
Main processor
The main microprocessor information
is displayed on the POST screen.
Installed memory:
The total size of installed memory
modules is displayed on the POST
screen.
SATA 0:
The hard disk drive information is
displayed on the POST screen.
0210
Stuck key
When a key is kept pressed for a
long time, the error message will be
displayed during the POST.
0135
Fan failure
The system might be overheating.
Press F10 to exit.
Note: If the problem is caused by the
microprocessor fan, pressing F10 will
not solve the problem.
0211
Keyboard not found
When there is no keyboard detected,
the error message will be displayed.
0164
Memory size decreased
Press F10 to exit.
1762
Configuration change has occurred
This error message is displayed when
a hard disk drive or optical drive
change has been made.
Press F10 to exit.
0662
Configuration change has occurred
This error message is displayed when
a floppy drive change has been made.
Press F10 to exit.
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Error code
POST error message
Description/Action
1820
More than one external fingerprint
reader is attached. Power off and
remove all but the reader that you
set up within your main operating
system.
If more than one external fingerprint
reader is connected to a computer,
this error message will be displayed
to inform you to remove all of the
fingerprint keyboards except the
one compatible with the fingerprint
application on your computer.
1962
No operating system found. Press
any key to repeat boot sequence.
This error occurs only after the POST
is completed.
Press any key to repeat boot
sequence.
Miscellaneous error messages
Message/Symptom
FRU/Action
Changing display colors
Display/Monitor
Computer will not power-off. See “Power problems” on
page 33.
1. Power Switch
2. System Board
3. Riser card, if installed
Computer will not PXE from server
1. Ensure that network is in startup sequence as first
device or first device after diskette
2. Ensure that network adapter is enabled for PXE
3. Network adapter (Advise network administrator of
new MAC address)
Computer will not perform a Wake on LAN® (if applicable)
1. Check power supply and signal cable connections
to network adapter.
2. Ensure that the operating system settings are set to
enable Wake on LAN.
3. Ensure Wake on LAN feature is enabled in
Setup/Configuration (see “Starting the Setup Utility
program” on page 41)
4. Ensure network administrator is using correct MAC
address.
5. Ensure no interrupt or I/O address conflicts.
6. Network adapter (advise network administrator of
new MAC address)
Dead computer. See “Power problems” on page 33.
1. AC/DC Power Adapter
2. System Board
Diskette drive in-use light remains on or does not light
when drive is active.
1. Diskette Drive
2. System Board
3. Diskette Drive Cable
Flashing cursor with an otherwise blank display.
1. System Board
2. Primary Hard Disk Drive
3. Hard Disk Drive Cable
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Message/Symptom
Incorrect memory size during POST
FRU/Action
1. Run the Memory tests
2. Memory Module
3. System Board
"Insert a Diskette" icon appears with a known-good
diagnostics diskette in the first 3.5-inch diskette drive.
1. System Board
2. Diskette Drive Cable
3. Network Adapter
Intensity or color varies from left to right of characters
and color bars
1. Display
2. Video adapter (if present)
3. System Board
No power or fan not running
Non-system disk or disk error-type message with a
known-good diagnostic diskette.
See “Power problems” on page 33.
1. Diskette Drive
2. System Board
3. Diskette Drive Cable
Other display symptoms not listed above (including blank
or illegible display)
1. Display
Power-on indicator or hard disk drive in-use light not on,
but computer works correctly
1. Power switch/LED assembly
Printer problems
1. Printer
2. System Board
2. System Board
2. System Board
Program loads from the hard disk with a known-good
diagnostics diskette in the first 3.5-inch diskette drive
1. Run the Setup and Utility program and check Startup
sequence.
2. Diskette Drive
3. Diskette Drive Cable
4. System Board
5. AC/DC power adapter
PXE computer cannot access programs from its own hard
disk.
PXE computer does not PXE from server
Replace the hard disk drive
1. Check startup sequence
2. Check the network adapter LED status
Some or all keys on the keyboard do not work
1. Keyboard
2. Keyboard Cable
3. System Board
Undetermined problems
If you encounter undetermined problems, do the following:
1. Turn off the computer and the power.
2. Remove or disconnect the following components (if installed) one at a time.
a. External devices (modem, printer, or mouse)
b. Any adapter cards
c. Memory modules
d. Extended video memory
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e. External Cache
f. External Cache RAM
g. Hard disk drive
h. Diskette drive
3. Turn on the power and the computer to re-test the system.
4. Repeat steps 1 through 3 until you find the failing device or adapter cards.
If all devices and adapter cards have been removed, and the problem continues, replace the system board.
See “Replacing the system board” on page 86.
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Chapter 8. Replacing FRUs
This chapter provides step-by-step instructions for replacing major FRUs.
Important
Be sure to read and understand the Chapter 2 “Safety information” on page 3 before replacing any FRU.
These precautions and guidelines will help you work safely.
FRU replacements are to be done only by trained service technicians.
Locations
This section provides information to help you locate the connectors on the front and rear of your computer,
parts on the system board, and components and internal drives in your computer.
Locating connectors, controls, and indicators on the front of your
computer
Figure 1 “Front connector, control, and indicator locations” on page 69 shows the locations of the
connectors, controls, and indicators on the front of your computer.
Figure 1. Front connector, control, and indicator locations
1 Hard disk drive activity indicator
5 USB connector (USB port 1)
2 Power indicator
6 Microphone connector
3 Power switch
7 Headphone connector
4 Optical drive eject/close button
8 USB connector (USB port 2)
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Locating connectors on the rear of your computer
Figure 2 “Rear connector locations” on page 70 shows the locations of the connectors on the rear of your
computer. Some connectors on the rear of your computer are color-coded to help you determine where to
connect the cables on your computer.
Figure 2. Rear connector locations
1 VGA monitor connector
8 Cover-release button
2 USB connectors (USB ports 5 to 8)
9 PCI card slot
3 Ethernet connector
10 Audio line-out connector
4 Audio line-in connector
11 Microphone connector
5 PS/2 keyboard and mouse connectors
(optional)
12 USB connectors (USB ports 3 and 4)
6 Serial port (optional)
13 DisplayPort connector
7 Integrated cable lock slot
14 ac power adapter connector
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Locating components
Figure 3 “Component locations” on page 71 shows the locations of the various components in your
computer. To open the computer cover, see “Opening the computer cover” on page 72.
Figure 3. Component locations
1 Optical drive
7 Microprocessor
2 Front bezel
8 Memory module
3 Hard disk drive
9 Battery
4 Power adapter
10 System board
5 System fan assembly
11 Internal speaker
6 Heat sink
Locating parts on the system board
Figure 4 “System board part locations” on page 72 shows the locations of the parts on the system board.
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Figure 4. System board part locations
1 Thermal sensor connector
10 PS/2 keyboard and mouse connector
2 Memory slots (2)
11 Front USB connector 2 (for connecting additional
USB devices)
3 Battery
12 Cover presence switch connector (Intrusion switch
connector)
4 Microprocessor fan connector
5 Clear CMOS (Complementary Metal Oxide
Semiconductor) /Recovery jumper
13 PCI card slot
14 Front USB, front panel, and front audio connector
(for connecting USB ports 1 and 2 on the front bezel,
LED indicators and power switch, and microphone and
headphone connectors on the front bezel)
6 Internal speaker connector
15 SATA connector 1 (SATA 3.0 connector)
7 Serial (COM2) connector
16 System fan connector
8 eSATA connector
17 4-pin power connector
9 SATA connector 2 (SATA 2.0 connector)
18 Microprocessor
Opening the computer cover
Attention:
Do not open your computer or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the “Important safety information”
in the ThinkCentre User Guide. To obtain a copy of the ThinkCentre User Guide, go to:
http://www.lenovo.com/ThinkCentreUserGuides
This section provides instructions on how to open the computer cover.
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CAUTION:
Turn off the computer and wait three to five minutes to let the computer cool before opening the
computer cover.
To open the computer cover, do the following:
1. Remove all media from the drives. Then, turn off all attached devices and the computer.
2. Disconnect all power cords from electrical outlets.
3. Disconnect the power cords, Input/Output cables, and any other cables that are connected to the
computer. See “Locating connectors, controls, and indicators on the front of your computer” on page
69 and “Locating connectors on the rear of your computer” on page 70.
4. Remove any locking device that secures the computer cover, such as an integrated cable lock.
5. Carefully lift and position the computer upside down as shown.
6. Pivot the cover-release button 1 on the rear of the computer and then open the computer cover as
shown.
Figure 5. Opening the computer cover
Removing and reinstalling the front bezel
Attention:
Do not open your computer or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the “Important safety information”
in the ThinkCentre User Guide. To obtain a copy of the ThinkCentre User Guide, go to:
http://www.lenovo.com/ThinkCentreUserGuides
This section provides instructions on how to remove and reinstall the front bezel.
To remove and reinstall the front bezel, do the following:
1. Remove all media from the drives and turn off all attached devices and the computer. Then, disconnect
all power cords from electrical outlets and disconnect all cables that are connected to the computer.
2. Open the computer cover. See “Opening the computer cover” on page 72.
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3. Remove the front bezel by releasing the two plastic tabs and pivoting the front bezel outward.
Figure 6. Removing the front bezel
4. To reinstall the front bezel, align the plastic tabs on the bottom of the bezel with the corresponding holes
in the chassis, and then pivot the front bezel inward until it snaps into position.
5. Go to “Completing the parts replacement” on page 98.
Installing or replacing a memory module
Attention:
Do not open your computer or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the “Important safety information”
in the ThinkCentre User Guide. To obtain a copy of the ThinkCentre User Guide, go to:
http://www.lenovo.com/ThinkCentreUserGuides
This section provides instructions on how to install or replace a memory module.
Your computer has four slots for installing or replacing DDR3 UDIMMs that provide up to a maximum of 16
GB system memory. When installing or replacing a memory module, Use 1 GB, 2 GB, 4 GB, or 8 GB DDR3
UDIMMs in any combination up to a maximum of 16 GB.
To install or replace a memory module, do the following:
1. Remove all media from the drives and turn off all attached devices and the computer. Then, disconnect
all power cords from electrical outlets and disconnect all cables that are connected to the computer.
2. Open the computer cover. See “Opening the computer cover” on page 72.
3. Locate the memory slots. See “Locating parts on the system board” on page 71.
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4. Open the retaining clips. If you are replacing an old memory module, open the retaining clips and
remove the memory module being replaced as shown.
Figure 7. Removing the memory module
5. Insert the notched end 2 of the new memory module into the slot 1 . Press the memory module
firmly and pivot the memory module until it snaps into place. Make sure that the memory module is
secured in the slot and does not move easily.
Figure 8. Installing a memory module
6. Go to “Completing the parts replacement” on page 98.
Installing or replacing the PCI card
Attention:
Do not open your computer or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the “Important safety information”
in the ThinkCentre User Guide. To obtain a copy of the ThinkCentre User Guide, go to:
http://www.lenovo.com/ThinkCentreUserGuides
This section provides instructions on how to replace a PCI card.
To install or replace a PCI card, do the following:
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1. Remove all media from the drives and turn off all attached devices and the computer. Then, disconnect
all power cords from electrical outlets and disconnect all cables that are connected to the computer.
2. Open the computer cover. See “Opening the computer cover” on page 72.
3. Locate the system board and disconnect all cables connected to the system board. See “Locating
parts on the system board” on page 71.
4. Press inward on the two side tabs and then pivot the system board to release it from the chassis.
Figure 9. Releasing the system board
5. Place the system board on a clean and flat surface.
6. Locate the PCI card slot. See “Locating parts on the system board” on page 71.
7. Rotate the PCI card retainer to the open position.
8. Depending on whether you are installing or replacing a PCI card, do one of the following:
• If you are installing a PCI card, remove the metal slot cover.
• If you are replacing an old PCI card, grasp the old card that is currently installed and gently pull it
out of the slot.
Figure 10. Removing the PCI card
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9. Remove the new PCI card from its static-protective package.
10. Install the new PCI card into the PCI card slot. Make sure that the PCI card is firmly fixed in the slot and
does not move easily.
11. Close the PCI card retainer.
12. Slide the system board to the rear of the chassis and then pivot the system board until it snaps into
position.
13. Reconnect all cables that were disconnected from the system board.
14. Go to “Completing the parts replacement” on page 98.
Replacing the hard disk drive
Attention:
Do not open your computer or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the “Important safety information”
in the ThinkCentre User Guide. To obtain a copy of the ThinkCentre User Guide, go to:
http://www.lenovo.com/ThinkCentreUserGuides
This section provides instructions on how to replace the hard disk drive.
To replace the hard disk drive, do the following:
1. Remove all media from the drives and turn off all attached devices and the computer. Then, disconnect
all power cords from electrical outlets and disconnect all cables that are connected to the computer.
2. Open the computer cover. See “Opening the computer cover” on page 72.
3. Disconnect the power cable from the optical drive first.
4. Press inward on the side tabs of the hard disk drive bracket. Place your finger on the tab located
on the front of the hard disk drive bracket and then pivot the hard disk drive upward to remove it
from the hard disk drive bay.
Figure 11. Removing the hard disk drive
5. Disconnect the signal cable and the power cable from the rear of the hard disk drive.
6. Flex the sides of the hard disk drive bracket properly to remove the hard disk drive out of the bracket.
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7. To install the new hard disk drive into the bracket, flex the bracket and align pin 1 , pin 2 , pin 3 , and
pin 4 on the bracket with the corresponding holes in the hard disk drive. Do not touch the circuit
board 5 on the bottom of the hard disk drive.
Figure 12. Installing the hard disk drive into the bracket
8. Connect the signal cable and the power cable to the rear of the new hard disk drive.
9. Slide the new hard disk drive into the hard disk drive bay and pivot it down until it snaps into position.
10. Reconnect the power cable to the optical drive.
11. Go to “Completing the parts replacement” on page 98.
Replacing the optical drive
Attention:
Do not open your computer or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the “Important safety information”
in the ThinkCentre User Guide. To obtain a copy of the ThinkCentre User Guide, go to:
http://www.lenovo.com/ThinkCentreUserGuides
This section provides instructions on how to replace the optical drive.
To replace the optical drive, do the following:
1. Remove all media from the drives and turn off all attached devices and the computer. Then, disconnect
all power cords from electrical outlets and disconnect all cables that are connected to the computer.
2. Open the computer cover. See “Opening the computer cover” on page 72.
3. Remove the front bezel. See “Removing and reinstalling the front bezel” on page 73.
4. Disconnect the signal cable and the power cable from the rear of the optical drive.
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5. Press the blue release button and slide the optical drive out the front of the computer.
Figure 13. Removing the optical drive
6. Install the optical drive retainer 1 on the side of the new optical drive.
Figure 14. Installing the retainer on the optical drive
7. Slide the new optical drive into the drive bay until it snaps into position.
Figure 15. Installing the optical drive
8. Connect the signal cable and the power cable to the new optical drive.
9. Reinstall the front bezel. See “Removing and reinstalling the front bezel” on page 73.
10. Go to “Completing the parts replacement” on page 98.
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Replacing the battery
Attention:
Do not open your computer or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the “Important safety information”
in the ThinkCentre User Guide. To obtain a copy of the ThinkCentre User Guide, go to:
http://www.lenovo.com/ThinkCentreUserGuides
Your computer has a special type of memory that maintains the date, time, and settings for built-in features,
such as parallel-port assignments (configuration). A battery keeps this information active when you turn
off the computer.
The battery normally requires no charging or maintenance throughout its life; however, no battery lasts
forever. If the battery fails, the date, time, and configuration information (including passwords) are lost. An
error message is displayed when you turn on the computer.
Refer to the “Lithium battery notice” in the ThinkCentre Safety and Warranty Guide for information about
replacing and disposing of the battery.
To replace the battery, do the following:
1. Remove all media from the drives and turn off all attached devices and the computer. Then, disconnect
all power cords from electrical outlets and disconnect all cables that are connected to the computer.
2. Open the computer cover. See “Opening the computer cover” on page 72.
3. Locate the battery. See “Locating parts on the system board” on page 71.
4. Remove the old battery.
Figure 16. Removing the old battery
5. Install a new battery.
Figure 17. Installing a new battery
6. Reconnect all the cables to the system board and close the computer cover. See “Completing the
parts replacement” on page 98.
Note: When the computer is turned on for the first time after battery replacement, an error message
might be displayed. This is normal after replacing the battery.
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7. Turn on the computer and all attached devices.
8. Use the Setup Utility program to set the date, time, and any passwords. See Chapter 6 “Using the Setup
Utility program” on page 41.
Replacing the heat sink
Attention:
Do not open your computer or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the “Important safety information”
in the ThinkCentre User Guide. To obtain a copy of the ThinkCentre User Guide, go to:
http://www.lenovo.com/ThinkCentreUserGuides
This section provides instructions on how to replace the heat sink.
CAUTION:
The heat sink might be very hot. Turn off the computer and wait three to five minutes to let the
computer cool before opening the computer cover.
To replace the heat sink, do the following:
1. Remove all media from the drives and turn off all attached devices and the computer. Then, disconnect
all power cords from electrical outlets and disconnect all cables that are connected to the computer.
2. Open the computer cover. See “Opening the computer cover” on page 72.
3. Locate the heat sink. See “Locating components” on page 71.
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4. Follow this sequence to remove the four screws that secure the heat sink to the system board:
a. Partially remove screw 1 , then fully remove screw 2 , and then fully remove screw 1 .
b. Partially remove screw 3 , then fully remove screw 4 , and then fully remove screw 3 .
Note: Carefully remove the four screws from the system board to avoid any possible damage to the
system board. The four screws cannot be removed from the heat sink.
Figure 18. Removing the heat sink
5. Carefully lift the heat sink off the system board.
Notes:
a. You might have to gently twist the heat sink to free it from the microprocessor.
b. Do not touch the thermal grease while handling the heat sink.
6. Position the new heat sink on the system board so that the four screws are aligned with the holes
on the system board.
7. Follow this sequence to install the four screws to secure the new heat sink, as shown in Figure 18
“Removing the heat sink” on page 82:
a. Partially tighten screw 1 , then fully tighten screw 2 , and then fully tighten screw 1 .
b. Partially tighten screw 3 , then fully tighten screw 4 , and then fully tighten screw 3 .
8. Go to “Completing the parts replacement” on page 98.
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Replacing the microprocessor
Attention:
Do not open your computer or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the “Important safety information”
in the ThinkCentre User Guide. To obtain a copy of the ThinkCentre User Guide, go to:
http://www.lenovo.com/ThinkCentreUserGuides
This section provides instructions on how to replace the microprocessor.
CAUTION:
The heat sink and microprocessor might be very hot. Turn off the computer and wait three to five
minutes to let the computer cool before removing the computer cover.
To replace the microprocessor, do the following:
1. Remove all media from the drives and turn off all attached devices and the computer. Then, disconnect
all power cords from electrical outlets and disconnect all cables that are connected to the computer.
2. Open the computer cover. See “Opening the computer cover” on page 72.
3. Locate the system board and disconnect all cables connected to the system board. See “Locating
parts on the system board” on page 71.
4. Press inward on the two side tabs and then pivot the system board to release it from the chassis.
Figure 19. Releasing the system board
5. Place the system board on a clean and flat surface.
6. Remove the heat sink. See “Replacing the heat sink” on page 81.
Note: Place the heat sink on its side so that the thermal grease on the bottom of it does not get in
contact with anything.
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7. Lift the small handle 1 and open the retainer 2 to access the microprocessor 3 .
Figure 20. Accessing the microprocessor
8. Lift the microprocessor straight up and out of the microprocessor socket.
Figure 21. Removing the microprocessor
Notes:
a. Your microprocessor and socket might look different from the one illustrated.
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b. Note the orientation of the microprocessor in the socket. You can either look for the small triangle 1
on one corner of the microprocessor or note the orientation of the notches 2 on the microprocessor.
This is important when installing the new microprocessor on the system board.
c. Touch only the edges of the microprocessor. Do not touch the gold contacts on the bottom.
d. Do not drop anything onto the microprocessor socket while it is exposed. The socket pins must be
kept as clean as possible.
9. Make sure that the small handle is in the raised position and the microprocessor retainer is fully open.
10. Remove the protective cover that protects the gold contacts of the new microprocessor.
11. Hold the new microprocessor by its sides and align the small triangle on one corner of the new
microprocessor with the corresponding small triangle on one corner of the microprocessor socket.
12. Lower the new microprocessor straight down into the microprocessor socket on the system board.
Figure 22. Installing the microprocessor
13. Close the microprocessor retainer and lock it into position with the small handle to secure the new
microprocessor in the socket.
14. Reinstall the heat sink. See “Replacing the heat sink” on page 81.
15. Slide the system board to the rear of the chassis and then pivot the system board until it snaps into
position.
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16. Reconnect all cables that were disconnected from the system board.
17. Go to “Completing the parts replacement” on page 98.
Replacing the system board
Attention:
Do not open your computer or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the “Important safety information”
in the ThinkCentre User Guide. To obtain a copy of the ThinkCentre User Guide, go to:
http://www.lenovo.com/ThinkCentreUserGuides
This section provides instructions on how to replace the system board.
CAUTION:
The heat sink and microprocessor might be very hot. Turn off the computer and wait
three to five minutes to let the computer cool before opening the computer cover.
To replace the system board, do the following:
1. Remove all media from the drives and turn off all attached devices and the computer. Then, disconnect
all power cords from electrical outlets and disconnect all cables that are connected to the computer.
2. Open the computer cover. See “Opening the computer cover” on page 72.
3. Take notes of the location of all the cable connectors on the system board and then disconnect all the
cables. See “Locating parts on the system board” on page 71.
4. Remove the heat sink from the system board. See “Replacing the heat sink” on page 81.
5. Remove the memory modules from the failing system board. See “Installing or replacing a memory
module” on page 74.
6. Remove the PCI card from the failing system board. See “Installing or replacing the PCI card” on
page 75.
7. Remove the battery from the failing system board. See “Replacing the battery” on page 80.
8. Remove the microprocessor from the failing system board. See “Replacing the microprocessor” on
page 83.
9. Remove the four screws that secure the failing system board to the protective cover.
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10. Lift the failing system board off the cover.
11. Position the new system board so that the screw holes are aligned with the mounting studs on the cover.
12. Install the screws to secure the new system board to the protective cover.
13. Install the memory modules, PCI card, battery, and microprocessor that you removed from the failing
system board to the new system board.
14. Slide the new system board to the rear of the chassis and then pivot it inward until it is locked into
position.
15. Connect all the cables to the new system board. See “Locating parts on the system board” on page 71.
16. Install the heat sink to the new system board. See “Replacing the heat sink” on page 81.
17. Go to “Completing the parts replacement” on page 98.
The failing system board must be returned with a microprocessor socket cover to protect the pins during
shipping and handling.
To install the microprocessor socket cover, do the following:
1. Release the lever securing the microprocessor retainer and open the retainer to access the
microprocessor.
2. Grasp the microprocessor on the sides and lift it straight up and out of the socket. Do not touch the
contacts on the microprocessor socket.
3. Note the orientation of the socket cover. Align the notches 1 of the microprocessor socket cover with
the alignment keys 2 of the microprocessor socket.
4. Install one side of the socket cover into the microprocessor socket as shown.
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Figure 23. Installing the socket cover
Note: Your microprocessor socket and cover might look slightly different from the illustration.
5. Carefully press the other side of the socket cover downwards until the socket cover snaps into place.
Figure 24. Securing the socket cover
6. Carefully check the four corners of the socket cover to make sure that the cover is secured in the
microprocessor socket.
7. Lower the microprocessor retainer and then lower the lever to secure the retainer. Make sure the
lever is locked into position.
8. Follow any additional instructions included with the replacement part you received.
Replacing the system fan assembly
Attention:
Do not open your computer or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the “Important safety information”
in the ThinkCentre User Guide. To obtain a copy of the ThinkCentre User Guide, go to:
http://www.lenovo.com/ThinkCentreUserGuides
This section provides instructions on how to replace the system fan assembly.
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To replace the system fan assembly, do the following:
1. Remove all media from the drives and turn off all attached devices and the computer. Then, disconnect
all power cords from electrical outlets and disconnect all cables that are connected to the computer.
2. Open the computer cover. See “Opening the computer cover” on page 72.
3. Locate the system board and disconnect all cables connected to the system board. See “Locating
parts on the system board” on page 71.
4. Press inward on the two tabs and then pivot the system board to release it from the chassis.
Figure 25. Releasing the system board
5. Place the system board on a clean and flat surface.
6. Remove the two rubber mounts from the system fan assembly that connect to the chassis by breaking
or cutting them with a pair of scissors. Once this has been done, remove the rubber mounts from
the rear of the chassis.
Note: When you receive your new system fan assembly, you will receive new rubber mounts.
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7. Pull and lift the system fan assembly out of the chassis.
Figure 26. Removing the system fan assembly
8. When installing your new system fan assembly, use the new rubber mounts that come with the new
system fan.
9. Install the two short rubber mounts in the new system fan assembly as shown.
10. Install the two long rubber mounts into the rear of the chassis. Push the rubber mounts through the
holes of the chassis. If necessary, pull the rubber mounts through the holes from inside the chassis.
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11. To install the new system fan assembly into the chassis, align the other two holes in the system fan
assembly with the long rubber mounts in the chassis. Pull the rubber mounts through the holes in the
system fan assembly until the system fan is in place.
Figure 27. Installing the system fan assembly
12. Slide the system board to the rear of the chassis and then pivot the system board until it snaps into
position.
13. Reconnect all cables that were disconnected from the system board.
14. Go to “Completing the parts replacement” on page 98.
Replacing the internal speaker
Attention:
Do not open your computer or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the “Important safety information”
in the ThinkCentre User Guide. To obtain a copy of the ThinkCentre User Guide, go to:
http://www.lenovo.com/ThinkCentreUserGuides
This section provides instructions on how to replace the internal speaker.
To replace the internal speaker, do the following:
1. Remove all media from the drives and turn off all attached devices and the computer. Then, disconnect
all power cords from electrical outlets and disconnect all cables that are connected to the computer.
2. Open the computer cover. See “Opening the computer cover” on page 72.
3. Locate the internal speaker. See “Locating components” on page 71.
4. Disconnect the internal speaker cable from the system board. See “Locating parts on the system
board” on page 71.
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5. Press the internal speaker lock latch 1 , slide the internal speaker downwards to remove it from the
chassis.
Figure 28. Removing the internal speaker
6. Position the new internal speaker into the metal clips 2 and push the internal speaker upwards until it is
secured by the lock latch 1 .
7. Connect the new internal speaker cable to the system board. See “Locating parts on the system
board” on page 71.
8. Go to “Completing the parts replacement” on page 98.
Replacing the front audio and USB assembly
Attention:
Do not open your computer or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the “Important safety information”
in the ThinkCentre User Guide. To obtain a copy of the ThinkCentre User Guide, go to:
http://www.lenovo.com/ThinkCentreUserGuides
This section provides instructions on how to replace the front audio and USB assembly.
To replace the front audio and USB assembly, do the following:
1. Remove all media from the drives and turn off all attached devices and the computer. Then, disconnect
all power cords from electrical outlets and disconnect all cables that are connected to the computer.
2. Open the computer cover. See “Opening the computer cover” on page 72.
3. Remove the front bezel. See “Removing and reinstalling the front bezel” on page 73.
4. Disconnect the front audio and USB assembly cables from the system board and note the cables
routing. See “Locating parts on the system board” on page 71.
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5. Remove the screw that secures the front audio and USB assembly bracket to the chassis.
Figure 29. Removing the screw that secures the front audio and USB assembly to the chassis
6. Locate the power switch assembly beside the front audio and USB assembly. Remove the power switch
assembly by releasing tab 1 and tab 2 that secure the power switch assembly to the chassis.
Figure 30. Removing the power switch assembly
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7. Completely remove the front audio and USB assembly bracket from the chassis.
8. Remove the two screws that secure the front audio and USB assembly to its bracket and remove the
failing front audio and USB assembly from the bracket.
9. Install a new front audio and USB assembly into the bracket and install the two screws to secure the
front audio and USB assembly to the bracket.
10. Install the front audio and USB assembly bracket into the chassis and align the screw hole in the
bracket with the corresponding hole in the chassis.
Figure 31. Installing the front audio and USB assembly
11. Install the screw to secure the front audio and USB assembly bracket to the chassis.
12. Install the new power switch assembly into the chassis.
13. Connect the front USB, front panel, and front audio cables to the system board. See “Locating parts on
the system board” on page 71.
14. Reinstall the front bezel. See “Removing and reinstalling the front bezel” on page 73.
15. Go to “Completing the parts replacement” on page 98.
Replacing the ac power adapter
Attention:
Do not open your computer or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the “Important safety information”
in the ThinkCentre User Guide. To obtain a copy of the ThinkCentre User Guide, go to:
http://www.lenovo.com/ThinkCentreUserGuides
This section provides instructions on how to replace the ac power adapter.
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To replace the ac power adapter, do the following:
1. Remove all media from the drives and turn off all attached devices and the computer. Then, disconnect
all power cords from electrical outlets and disconnect all cables that are connected to the computer.
2. Disconnect the power cord from the electrical outlet.
3. Disconnect the ac power adapter from the ac power adapter connector on the rear of your computer.
See “Locating connectors on the rear of your computer” on page 70.
4. Connect the new ac power adapter to the ac power adapter connector on the chassis and an workable
electrical outlet.
Figure 32. Connecting the ac power adapter
5. Go to “Completing the parts replacement” on page 98.
Replacing the ac power adapter bracket
Attention:
Do not open your computer or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the “Important safety information”
in the ThinkCentre User Guide. To obtain a copy of the ThinkCentre User Guide, go to:
http://www.lenovo.com/ThinkCentreUserGuides
This section provides instructions on how to replace the ac power adapter bracket.
To replace the ac power adapter bracket, do the following:
1. Remove any media from the drives and turn off all attached devices and the computer.
2. Disconnect the power cord from the electrical outlet.
3. Disconnect the ac power adapter from the ac power adapter connector on the rear of your computer.
See “Locating connectors on the rear of your computer” on page 70.
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4. Press the metal clip 1 as shown and then lift the power adapter bracket up to remove it from the chassis.
Figure 33. Removing the ac power adapter bracket
5. Slide the ac power adapter out of the bracket.
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6. Install the ac power adapter into the new power adapter bracket as shown.
Figure 34. Installing the ac power adapter into the new bracket
7. Insert the two tabs 1 and the tab 2 on the new power adapter bracket into the corresponding holes in
the chassis, and then press the new bracket downward to secure the bracket to the chassis.
Figure 35. Installing the new ac power adapter bracket
8. Connect the ac power adapter to the ac power adapter connector on the rear of your computer. See
“Locating connectors on the rear of your computer” on page 70.
9. Connect the power cord to an workable electrical outlet.
10. Go to “Completing the parts replacement” on page 98.
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Completing the parts replacement
After completing the installation or replacement for all parts, you need to close the computer cover and
reconnect cables. Depending on the parts you installed or replaced, you might need to confirm the updated
information in the Setup Utility program. Refer to Chapter 6 “Using the Setup Utility program” on page 41.
To close the computer cover and reconnect cables to your computer, do the following:
1. Make sure that all components have been reassembled correctly and that no tools or loose screws
are left inside your computer. See “Locating components” on page 71 for the locations of various
components in your computer.
2. If you have removed the front bezel, reinstall it. See “Removing and reinstalling the front bezel” on
page 73.
3. Make sure that the cables are routed correctly. Keep cables clear of the hinges and sides of the
computer chassis to avoid interference with closing the computer cover.
Figure 36. Cable routing
4. Close the computer cover as shown.
5. If there is an integrated cable lock available, lock the computer.
6. Reconnect the external cables and power cords to the computer. See “Locating connectors on the
rear of your computer” on page 70.
7. To update your configuration, see Chapter 6 “Using the Setup Utility program” on page 41.
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Chapter 9. FRU lists
This chapter lists the information on the field replaceable units (FRUs).
Attention: Be sure to read and understand all the safety information before replacing any FRUs.
Note: In the following tables, a customer replaceable unit (CRU) is identified as either "1", "2", or "N" in the
CRU column. "N" means that the part is not a CRU, "1" means that the part is a Self-service CRU, and "2"
means that the part is an Optional-service CRU.
Overall MT: 0266, 0384, 2491, 4168, 5027, 5067, , and 7519
The following replaceable components are available for the 0266, 0384, 2491, 4168, 5027, 5067, , and
7519 machine type models.
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FRUs
FRU #
CRU
71Y5543
1
71Y5545
1
45K6217
2
Optical drive, DVD-ROM drive - 16x/48x - SATA
• MT 0266: A1H A1V A3A A3T C2J C4J C6J A5G A6G B3G
D4J D6J E7J E9J
• MT 0384: A1G A2G
1
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A3V
• MT 7516: B5M A1H A1V B8J C1J A5G A6G B3G C6J
D1J D9J
• MT 7519: A7V
Optical drive, DVD recorder rambo 8 - SATA 12XRAM write
• MT 0266: B6M B7U B7F B7S B7M B8U B8F B8S B8M
A2H A2V A4A A4T B4S B4D B4Y B5S B5D B5Y C8G C9G
C3J C5J C7J B9G C1G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G D1U D1F
D1S D2G D3U D3F D3S D5J D7J D8J D9G E1Q E2Q E3Q
E4Q E5Q E6J E8J F1J
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
1
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A2U A2F A2S A2P A2L A2D A2Y A1U A1F A1S
A1P A1L A1D A1Y A1G A1M A1A A1Q A1T A1C A1B A1H
A1V A1K A1R A1E A1J A3U A3F A3S A3P A3L A3D A3Y
A3G A3M A3A A3Q A3T A3C A3B A3H A3R A3E A3J A3K
• MT 7516: B6M A2H A2V A3A A3T A4A A4T B4S B4D B4Y
B9J C2J B7G AA7G A8G A9G B1G B2G C5U C5F C5S
C3J C4J C7J C8J C9J D2J D3A D3T D4A D4T D5Q D8Q
E1J E2U E2F E2S E3J E4J
• MT 7519: A1A A1T A2G A3G A8V A9G B1G B2A B2T B3U
B3F B3S
Font bezel assembly
• MT 0266: all modles
• MT 0384: all modles
2
• MT 2491: all modles
• MT 4168: all modles
• MT 5067: all modles
• MT 7516: all modles
• MT 7519: all modles
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FRUs
FRU #
CRU
40Y9036
1
45K0408
1
87H4891
1
45K0409
1
Hard disk drive, SATA 250GB 7200RPM/3Gb/8M
• MT 0266: A3A A3T A5G A6G A7G A8G E1Q E2Q E7J E8J
E9J F1J
• MT 0384: A9G A1G A2G A3G
• MT 2491:
3
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1U A1F A1S A1P A1L A1D A1Y A1G A1M A1A
A1Q A1T A1C A1B A1H A1V A1K A1R A1E A1J
• MT 7516: A3A A3T B8J B9J C1J C2J A5G A6G A7G A8G
C6J C7J D1J D2J D3A D3T D4A D4T D9J E1J
• MT 7519: A1A A1T B2A B2T B3U B3F B3S
Hard disk drive, SATA 250GB 7200RPM/3Gb/8M
• MT 0266: A3A A3T A5G A6G A7G A8G E1Q E2Q E7J E8J
E9J F1J
• MT 0384: A9G A1G A2G A3G
• MT 2491:
3
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1U A1F A1S A1P A1L A1D A1Y A1G A1M A1A
A1Q A1T A1C A1B A1H A1V A1K A1R A1E A1J
• MT 7516: A3A A3T B8J B9J C1J C2J A5G A6G A7G A8G
C6J C7J D1J D2J D3A D3T D4A D4T D9J E1J
• MT 7519: A1A A1T B2A B2T B3U B3F B3S
Hard disk drive, SATA 320GB 7200 RPM/3Gb/8M
• MT 0266: B6M B7U B7F B7S B7M A4A A4T C8G C2J C3J
C4J C5J C6J C7J B9G C1G D4J D5J D6J D7J D8J
• MT 0384: A7G A8G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G
3
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A3V A3U A3F A3S A3P A3L A3D A3Y A3G A3M
A3A A3Q A3T A3C A3B A3H A3R A3E A3J A3K
• MT 7516: B5M A4A A4T B7G C5U C5F C5S C3J C4J C8J
C9J D5Q D6Q E2U E2F E2S
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A7V A9G B1G
Hard disk drive, SATA 320GB 7200 RPM/3Gb/8M
• MT 0266: B6M B7U B7F B7S B7M A4A A4T C8G C2J C3J
C4J C5J C6J C7J B9G C1G D4J D5J D6J D7J D8J
• MT 0384: A7G A8G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G
3
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A3V A3U A3F A3S A3P A3L A3D A3Y A3G A3M
A3A A3Q A3T A3C A3B A3H A3R A3E A3J A3K
• MT 7516: B5M A4A A4T B7G C5U C5F C5S C3J C4J C8J
C9J D5Q D6Q E2U E2F E2S
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A7V A9G B1G
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Item #
FRUs
FRU #
CRU
41X5582
1
45K0410
1
45K0412
1
03T7039
1
Hard disk drive, SATA 500GB 7200RPM/3Gb/16M
• MT 0266: B8U B8F B8S B8M A1H A1V A2H A2V B4S B4D
B4Y B5S B5D B5Y C9G A9G B1G B2G B3G D1U D1F D1S
D2G D3U D3F D3S D9G E2Q E3Q E4Q E6J
• MT 0384: A4G A5G A6G
3
• MT 2491: A3G A4G
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A2U A2F A2S A2P A2L A2D A2Y
• MT 7516: B6M A1H A1V A2H A2V B4S B4D B4Y A9G B1G
B2G B3G D7Q D8Q E3J E4J
• MT 7519: A8V
Hard disk drive, SATA 500GB 7200RPM/3Gb/16M
• MT 0266: B8U B8F B8S B8M A1H A1V A2H A2V B4S B4D
B4Y B5S B5D B5Y C9G A9G B1G B2G B3G D1U D1F D1S
D2G D3U D3F D3S D9G E2Q E3Q E4Q E6J
• MT 0384: A4G A5G A6G
3
• MT 2491: A3G A4G
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A2U A2F A2S A2P A2L A2D A2Y
• MT 7516: B6M A1H A1V A2H A2V B4S B4D B4Y A9G B1G
B2G B3G D7Q D8Q E3J E4J
• MT 7519: A8V
Hard disk drive, SATA 1TB 7200RPM/3Gb/32M
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
3
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Hard disk drive, SATAIII 250GB 7200RPM/6Gb/16M
• MT 0266: A3A A3T A5G A6G A7G A8G E1Q E2Q E7J E8J
E9J F1J
• MT 0384:
3
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516: A3A A3T B8J B9J C1J C2J A5G A6G A7G A8G
C6J C7J D1J D2J D3A D3T D4A D4T D9J E1J
• MT 7519: A1A A1T B2A B2T B3U B3F B3S
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FRUs
FRU #
CRU
03T7040
1
03T7041
1
03T7042
1
45K0616
1
Hard disk drive, SATAIII 320GB 7200RPM/6Gb/16M
• MT 0266: B6M B7U B7F B7S B7M A4A A4T C8G C2J C3J
C4J C5J C6J C7J B9G C1G D4J D5J D6J D7J D8J
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491: A1G A2G
3
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A3V A3U A3F A3S A3P A3L A3D A3Y A3G A3M
A3A A3Q A3T A3C A3B A3H A3R A3E A3J A3K
• MT 7516: B5M A4A A4T B7G C5U C5F C5S C3J C4J C8J
C9J D5Q D6Q E2U E2F E2S
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A7V A9G B1G
Hard disk drive, SATAIII 500GB 7200RPM/6Gb/16M
• MT 0266: B8U B8F B8S B8M A1H A1V A2H A2V B4S B4D
B4Y B5S B5D B5Y C9G A9G B1G B2G B3G D1U D1F D1S
D2G D3U D3F D3S D9G E2Q E3Q E4Q E6J
• MT 0384:
3
• MT 2491: A3G A4G
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516: D7Q D8Q E3J E4J
• MT 7519: A8V
Hard disk drive, SATAIII 1TB 7200RPM/6Gb/32M
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
3
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Hard disk drive, 2.5 inch SSD 160G SSD
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
3
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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FRU #
CRU
91Y1657
1
54Y8838
2
03T9542
1
Hard disk drive, 2.5 inch 300G 10K RPM hard disk drive
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
3
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Power supply, 150W power adapter
• MT 0266: B6M B7U B7F B7S B7M B8U B8F B8S B8M
A1H A1V A2H A2V A3A A3T A4A A4T B4S B4D B4Y B5S
B5D B5Y C8G C9G C2J C3J C4J C5J C6J C7J B9G C1G
A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D1U D1F D1S
D2G D3U D3F D3S D4J D5J D6J D7J D8J D9G E1Q E2Q
E3Q E4Q E5Q E6J E7J E8J E9J F1J
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
4
• MT 5067: A2U A2F A2S A2P A2L A2D A2Y A1U A1F A1S
A1P A1L A1D A1Y A1G A1M A1A A1Q A1T A1C A1B A1H
A1V A1K A1R A1E A1J A3V A3U A3F A3S A3P A3L A3D
A3Y A3G A3M A3A A3Q A3T A3C A3B A3H A3R A3E A3J
A3K
• MT 7516: B5M B6M A1H A1V A2H A2V A3A A3T A4A A4T
B4S B4D B4Y B8J B9J C1J C2J B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G
A9G B1G B2G B3G C5U C5F C5S C3J C4J C6J C7J C8J
C9J D1J D2J D3A D3T D4A D4T D5Q D6Q D7Q D8Q D9J
E1J E2U E2F E2S E3J E4J
• MT 7519: A1A A1T A2G A3G A7V A8V A9G B1G B2A B2T
B3U B3F B3S
4.8L system fan (processor)
• MT 0266: all modles
• MT 0384: all modles
5
• MT 2491: all modles
• MT 4168: all modles
• MT 5067: all modles
• MT 7516: all modles
• MT 7519: all modles
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FRUs
FRU #
CRU
03T8011
N
03T8010
N
03T8015
N
03T8016
N
Microprocessor, Ci3 2100 SANDY BRIDGE stepping Q0 3MB
2c FCLGA 3.1GHZ 65W
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
7
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516: B5M B6M A1H A1V A2H A2V A3A A3T A4A A4T
B4S B4D B4Y B8J B9J C1J C2J B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G
A9G B1G B2G B3G C5U C5F C5S C3J C4J C6J C7J C8J
C9J D5Q D6Q D7Q D8Q
• MT 7519: A1A A1T A2G A9G
Microprocessor, Ci3 2120 SANDY BRIDGE stepping Q0 3MB
2c FCLGA 3.3GHz 65W
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
7
• MT 2491: A1G A3G
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516: D3A D3T D9J E1J E2U E2F E2S E3J E4J
• MT 7519: B1G B2A B2T
Microprocessor, Ci7 2600S SANDY BRIDGE stepping D2
8MB 4c FCLGA 2.8GHZ 65W vPro
• MT 0266: E4Q E5Q
• MT 0384:
7
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Microprocessor, Ci5 2500S SANDY BRIDGE stepping D2
6MB 4c FCLGA 2.7GHZ 65W vPro
• MT 0266: D3U D3F D3S D4J D5J D6J E1Q E2Q E3Q E9J
F1J
• MT 0384:
7
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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FRUs
FRU #
CRU
03T8017
N
03T6226
N
03T6225
N
03T6224
N
Microprocessor, Ci5 2400S SANDY BRIDGE stepping D2
6MB 4c FCLGA 2.5GHZ 65W vPro
• MT 0266: B6M B7U B7F B7S B7M B8U B8F B8S B8M
A1H A1V A2H A2V A3A A3T A4A A4T B4S B4D B4Y B5S
B5D B5Y C8G C9G C2J C3J C4J C5J C6J C7J B9G C1G
A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D1U D1F D1S
D2G D7J D8J D9G E6J E7J E8J
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
7
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A2U A2F A2S A2P A2L A2D A2Y A1U A1F A1S
A1P A1L A1D A1Y A1G A1M A1A A1Q A1T A1C A1B A1H
A1V A1K A1R A1E A1J A3V A3U A3F A3S A3P A3L A3D
A3Y A3G A3M A3A A3Q A3T A3C A3B A3H A3R A3E A3J
A3K
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Microprocessor, G620 SANDY BRIDGE stepping Q-0 3MB
2c FCLGA 2.6GHz 65W
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
7
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519: A3G
Microprocessor, G840 SANDY BRIDGE stepping Q-0 3MB
2c FCLGA 2.8GHz 65W
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
7
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519: A7V A8V
Microprocessor, G850 SANDY BRIDGE stepping Q-0 3MB
2c FCLGA 2.9GHz 65W
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
7
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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FRU #
CRU
03T8357
N
03T8358
N
03T8360
N
03T8361
N
Microprocessor, Core i3-2125 SANDY BRIDGE, 3MB J-1
2C/4T 3.30 GHz, 65W
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
7
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Microprocessor, Core i3-2130 SANDY BRIDGE, 3MB Q-0
2C/4T 3.40 GHz, 65W
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
7
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519: B3U B3F B3S
Microprocessor, G630 SANDY BRIDGE, 3MB, Q-0 2C/2T
2.7GHz, 65W
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
7
• MT 2491: A2G A4G
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516: D4A D4T
• MT 7519:
Microprocessor, G860 SANDY BRIDGE, 3MB, Q-0 2C/2T
3.0GHz, 65W
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
7
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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FRU #
CRU
03T8354
N
03T8356
N
03T8355
N
64Y6650
1
Microprocessor, G540 SANDY BRIDGE 2MB Q-0 2c FCLGA
2.5GHz 65W
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
7
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Microprocessor, G530 SANDY BRIDGE 2MB Q-0 2c FCLGA
2.5GHz 65W
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
7
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516: D1J D2J
• MT 7519:
Microprocessor, G440 SANDY BRIDGE 1MB Q-0 1c FCLGA
1.6GHz 35W
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
7
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Memory module, 1GB PC3-10600 1333MHz DDR3 SoDIMM
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
8
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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FRU #
CRU
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1
89Y9225
1
03T8007
N
Memory module, 2GB PC3-10600 1333MHz DDR3 SoDIMM
• MT 0266: A1H A1V A2H A2V A3A A3T A4A A4T B4S B4D
B4Y B5S B5D B5Y C8G C9G C2J C3J C4J C5J B9G C1G
A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G D6J D7J D8J
E1Q E5Q E6J E7J E8J
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A2G A4G
8
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1U A1F A1S A1P A1L A1D A1Y A1G A1M A1A
A1Q A1T A1C A1B A1H A1V A1K A1R A1E A1J A3V
• MT 7516: A1H A1V A2H A2V A3A A3T A4A A4T B4S B4D
B4Y B8J B9J C1J C2J B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G
B2G B3G C3J C4J C6J C7J C8J C9J D1J D2J D3A D3T
D4A D4T D5Q D6Q D9J E1J E3J E4J
• MT 7519: A1A A1T A2G A3G A7V A8V B2A B2T
Memory module, 4GB PC3-10600 1333MHz DDR3 SoDIMM
• MT 0266: B6M B7U B7F B7S B7M B8U B8F B8S B8M
C6J C7J D1U D1F D1S D3U D3F D3S D4J D5J D9G E4Q
E3Q E2Q E9J F1J
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491: A1G A3G
8
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A2U A2F A2S A2P A2L A2D A2Y A1U A1F A1S
A1P A1L A1D A1Y A1G A1M A1A A1Q A1T A1C A1B A1H
A1V A1K A1R A1E A1J A3U A3F A3S A3P A3L A3D A3Y
A3G A3M A3A A3Q A3T A3C A3B A3H A3R A3E A3J A3K
• MT 7516: B5M B6M C5U C5F C5S D7Q D8Q E2U E2S E2F
• MT 7519: A9G B1G B3U B3F B3S
System board, Intel Q67 B3 PRQ - without LAN surge planar
for WW except Russia
• MT 0266: B6M B7U B7F B7S B7M B8U B8F B8S B8M
A1H A1V A2H A2V A3A A3T A4A A4T B4S B4D B4Y B5S
B5D B5Y C8G C9G C2J C3J C4J C5J C6J C7J B9G C1G
A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D1U D1F D1S
D2G D3U D3F D3S D4J D5J D6J D7J D8J D9G E1Q E2Q
E3Q E4Q E5Q E6J E7J E8J E9J F1J
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
10
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A2U A2F A2S A2P A2L A2D A2Y A1U A1F A1S
A1P A1L A1D A1Y A1G A1M A1A A1Q A1T A1C A1B A1H
A1V A1K A1R A1E A1J A3V A3U A3F A3S A3P A3L A3D
A3Y A3G A3M A3A A3Q A3T A3C A3B A3H A3R A3E A3J
A3K
• MT 7516: B5M B6M A1H A1V A2H A2V A3A A3T A4A A4T
B4S B4D B4Y B8J B9J C1J C2J B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G
A9G B1G B2G B3G C5U C5F C5S C3J C4J C6J C7J C8J
C9J D1J D2J D3A D3T D4A D4T D5Q D6Q D7Q D8Q D9J
E1J E2U E2F E2S E3J E4J
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Item #
FRUs
FRU #
CRU
03T8008
N
03T8363
N
03T6559
N
43N9092
2
• MT 7519: A1A A1T A2G A3G A7V A8V A9G B1G B2A B2T
B3U B3F B3SMT 7519: A1A A1T A2G A3G A7V A8V A9G
B1G B2A B2T B3U B3F B3S
System board, Intel Q67 planar - without LAN surge
planar-special bid-Russia only
• MT 0266: A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
10
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
System board, Intel Q67 without LAN surge and TCM header
planar_special bid-Russia only
• MT 0266: A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384:
10
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
System board, Intel Q67 Planar - ITX (Foxconn)(SPI)
• MT 0266: B6M B7U B7F B7S B7M B8U B8F B8S B8M
A1H A1V A2H A2V A3A A3T A4A A4T B4S B4D B4Y B5S
B5D B5Y C8G C9G C2J C3J C4J C5J C6J C7J B9G C1G
A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D1U D1F D1S
D2G D3U D3F D3S D4J D5J D6J D7J D8J D9G E1Q E2Q
E3Q E4Q E5Q E6J E7J E8J E9J F1J
10
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A3K
• MT 7516: D1J D2J D3A D3T D4A D4T
• MT 7519: A1A A1T A2G A3G A7V A8V A9G B1G B2A B2T
B3U B3F B3S
Internal speaker
• MT 0266: all modles
• MT 0384: all modles
11
• MT 2491: all modles
• MT 4168: all modles
• MT 5067: all modles
• MT 7516: all modles
• MT 7519: all modles
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Mechanical
FRU #
CRU
03T7055
2
45J9583
2
54Y9929
2
45J9567
2
Fru, 4.8L Intel 65W thermal kit
• MT 0266: all modles
• MT 0384: all modles
• MT 2491: all modles
• MT 4168: all modles
• MT 5067: all modles
• MT 7516: all modles
• MT 7519: all modles
Fru, power cable for optical disk driver and hard disk driver _R_150 +150mm
• MT 0266: all modles
• MT 0384: all modles
• MT 2491: all modles
• MT 4168: all modles
• MT 5067: all modles
• MT 7516: all modles
• MT 7519: all modles
Fru, SATA Cable - HDD 250mm, 2 latching
• MT 0266: all modles
• MT 0384: all modles
• MT 2491: all modles
• MT 4168: all modles
• MT 5067: all modles
• MT 7516: all modles
• MT 7519: all modles
Fru, front I_O cable_NC_ESD_R (4.8L_PCBA_A350_U350_FP430)
• MT 0266: all modles
• MT 0384: all modles
• MT 2491: all modles
• MT 4168: all modles
• MT 5067: all modles
• MT 7516: all modles
• MT 7519: all modles
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Mechanical
FRU #
CRU
71Y6217
2
43N9093
2
42Y8006
2
41R3311
2
43N9149
2
Fru, second serial port cable 250mm (with level shift IC)
• MT 0266: all modles
• MT 0384: all modles
• MT 2491: all modles
• MT 4168: all modles
• MT 5067: all modles
• MT 7516: all modles
• MT 7519: all modles
Fru, C2 chassis intrusion cable, 350mm
• MT 0266: all modles
• MT 0384: all modles
• MT 2491: all modles
• MT 4168: all modles
• MT 5067: all modles
• MT 7516: all modles
• MT 7519: all modles
Fru, rear USB cable_R_200mm_LP
• MT 0266: all modles
• MT 0384: all modles
• MT 2491: all modles
• MT 4168: all modles
• MT 5067: all modles
• MT 7516: all modles
• MT 7519: all modles
Fru, e-SATA cable_R_300mm_LP
• MT 0266: all modles
• MT 0384: all modles
• MT 2491: all modles
• MT 4168: all modles
• MT 5067: all modles
• MT 7516: all modles
• MT 7519: all modles
Fru, PS2 cable (170mm)
• MT 0266: all modles
• MT 0384: all modles
• MT 2491: all modles
• MT 4168: all modles
• MT 5067: all modles
• MT 7516: all modles
• MT 7519: all modles
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FRU #
CRU
45K6212
2
45K6211
2
43N9828
1
43N9134
2
45K6213
1
Fru, optical disk driver blank bezel, plastic, without optical disk driver
• MT 0266: all modles
• MT 0384: all modles
• MT 2491: all modles
• MT 4168: all modles
• MT 5067: all modles
• MT 7516: all modles
• MT 7519: all modles
Fru, optical disk driver bezel assembly with optical disk driver
• MT 0266: all modles
• MT 0384: all modles
• MT 2491: all modles
• MT 4168: all modles
• MT 5067: all modles
• MT 7516: all modles
• MT 7519: all modles
Fru, vertical stand
• MT 0266: all modles
• MT 0384: all modles
• MT 2491: all modles
• MT 4168: all modles
• MT 5067: all modles
• MT 7516: all modles
• MT 7519: all modles
Fru, SATA cable - optical 370mm
• MT 0266: all modles
• MT 0384: all modles
• MT 2491: all modles
• MT 4168: all modles
• MT 5067: all modles
• MT 7516: all modles
• MT 7519: all modles
Fru, card reader cover bracket, assembly
• MT 0266: all modles
• MT 0384: all modles
• MT 2491: all modles
• MT 4168: all modles
• MT 5067: all modles
• MT 7516: all modles
• MT 7519: all modles
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Mechanical
FRU #
CRU
45K6214
1
45K6210
1
43N9593
1
43N9852
2
45K6209
2
Fru, blank cover without media card reader
• MT 0266: all modles
• MT 0384: all modles
• MT 2491: all modles
• MT 4168: all modles
• MT 5067: all modles
• MT 7516: all modles
• MT 7519: all modles
Fru, 504 BT optical bezel assembly
• MT 0266: all modles
• MT 0384: all modles
• MT 2491: all modles
• MT 4168: all modles
• MT 5067: all modles
• MT 7516: all modles
• MT 7519: all modles
Fru, 3.5 hard disk driver to 2.5" 10K RPM hard disk driver conversion kit, no
bezel
• MT 0266: all modles
• MT 0384: all modles
• MT 2491: all modles
• MT 4168: all modles
• MT 5067: all modles
• MT 7516: all modles
• MT 7519: all modles
Fru, mechanical kit
• MT 0266: all modles
• MT 0384: all modles
• MT 2491: all modles
• MT 4168: all modles
• MT 5067: all modles
• MT 7516: all modles
• MT 7519: all modles
Fru universal adapter bracket 5.25 to 3.5
• MT 0266: all modles
• MT 0384: all modles
• MT 2491: all modles
• MT 4168: all modles
• MT 5067: all modles
• MT 7516: all modles
• MT 7519: all modles
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FRU #
CRU
45K6215
2
45K6216
2
45K6218
2
45K6219
2
45K6220
2
Fru, access cover assembly
• MT 0266: all modles
• MT 0384: all modles
• MT 2491: all modles
• MT 4168: all modles
• MT 5067: all modles
• MT 7516: all modles
• MT 7519: all modles
Fru, base cover assembly
• MT 0266: all modles
• MT 0384: all modles
• MT 2491: all modles
• MT 4168: all modles
• MT 5067: all modles
• MT 7516: all modles
• MT 7519: all modles
Fru, hard disk driver tray assembly
• MT 0266: all modles
• MT 0384: all modles
• MT 2491: all modles
• MT 4168: all modles
• MT 5067: all modles
• MT 7516: all modles
• MT 7519: all modles
Fru, I/O shielding assembly
• MT 0266: all modles
• MT 0384: all modles
• MT 2491: all modles
• MT 4168: all modles
• MT 5067: all modles
• MT 7516: all modles
• MT 7519: all modles
Fru, system board tray assembly
• MT 0266: all modles
• MT 0384: all modles
• MT 2491: all modles
• MT 4168: all modles
• MT 5067: all modles
• MT 7516: all modles
• MT 7519: all modles
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Mechanical
FRU #
CRU
45K6415
2
03T9610
2
FRU #
CRU
41A5289
1
41A5290
1
Fru, C2 switch assembly
• MT 0266: all modles
• MT 0384: all modles
• MT 2491: all modles
• MT 4168: all modles
• MT 5067: all modles
• MT 7516: all modles
• MT 7519: all modles
Fru, front I/O cable assembly
• MT 0266: all modles
• MT 0384: all modles
• MT 2491: all modles
• MT 4168: all modles
• MT 5067: all modles
• MT 7516: all modles
• MT 7519: all modles
Keyboard and Mouse
Keyboard - Preferred Pro USB Keyboard
US English
• MT 0266: B6M B7U B7M B8U B8M A1H A2H A3A A4A C8G C9G B9G C1G
A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D1U D3U D9G E1Q E2Q E3Q E4Q
E5Q
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A2U A2P A2L A1U A1L A1G A1M A1A A1Q A1H A1R A1E A3U A3L
A3G A1M A1A A3Q A3H A3R A3E
• MT 7516: B5M B6M A1H A2H A3A A4A B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G
B2G B3G C5U D3A D4A E2U D5Q D6Q D7Q D8Q
• MT 7519: A1A B2A B3U
Arabic
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
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FRU #
CRU
41A5291
1
41A5292
1
41A5293
1
41A5294
1
A/F
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
B/F
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Belgium English
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Brazilian Portuguese
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A2P A1P A3P
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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FRU #
CRU
41A5295
1
41A5296
1
41A5297
1
41A5298
1
Bulgarian
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Chinese/US
• MT 0266: A1V A2V
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1B A1V A3V
• MT 7516: A1V A2V
• MT 7519: A7V A8V
Czech (ABB)
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Danish
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
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FRU #
CRU
41A5299
1
41A5300
1
41A5301
1
41A5302
1
Dutch
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
French
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
French Canadian
• MT 0266: B7F B8F D1F D3F
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A2F A1F A3F
• MT 7516: C5F E2F
• MT 7519: B3F
French Canadian
• MT 0266: B7F B8F D1F D3F
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A2F A1F A3F
• MT 7516: C5F E2F
• MT 7519: B3F
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FRU #
CRU
41A5303
1
41A5304
1
41A5305
1
41A5306
1
German
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Greek
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Greek/US
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Hebrew
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
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41A5307
1
41A5308
1
41A5309
1
41A5310
1
41A5311
1
Hungarian
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Iceland
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Italian
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Japanese
• MT 0266: C4J C5J C6J C7J D4J D5J D6J D7J E7J E8J E9J F1J
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1J A3J
• MT 7516: B8J B9J C1J C2J C6J C7J D1J D2J D9J E1J
• MT 7519:
Korean
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1K A3K
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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FRU #
CRU
41A5312
1
41A5313
1
41A5314
1
41A5315
1
LA Spanish
• MT 0266: B7S B8S B4S B4D B4Y B5S B5D B5Y D1S D3S
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A2S A2D A2Y A1S A1D A1Y A3S A3D A3Y
• MT 7516: B4S B4D B4Y C5S E2S
• MT 7519: B3S
Norwegian
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Polish
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Portuguese
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
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41A5317
1
41A5316
1
41A5318
1
41A5319
1
Romanian
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Romanian
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Russian/Cyrillic
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Serbian/Cyrillic
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
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FRU #
CRU
41A5320
1
41A5321
1
41A5322
1
41A5323
1
Slovak
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Spanish
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Swedish/Finnish
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
SF/G
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
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41A5324
1
41A5325
1
41A5326
1
41A5327
1
Thailand
• MT 0266: A3T A4T
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1T A3T
• MT 7516: A3T A4T D3T D4T
• MT 7519: A1T B2T
Turkish
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Turkish
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
UK English
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
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FRU #
CRU
41A5328
1
41A5329
1
45J4880
1
45J4896
1
54Y8381
1
US European
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Slovenian
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Arabic (New)
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Lithuanian
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Indian
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A2Q A3Q
• MT 7516: D5Q D6Q D7Q D8Q
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FRU #
CRU
41A5039
1
41A5040
1
41A5041
1
41A5042
1
• MT 7519:
PS/2--US English
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
PS/2--Arabic
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
PS/2--A/F
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
PS/2--B/F
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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FRU #
CRU
41A5043
1
41A5044
1
41A5045
1
41A5046
1
41A5047
1
PS/2--Belgium English
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
PS/2--Brazilian Portuguese
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
PS/2--Bulgarian
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
PS/2--Chinese/US
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
PS/2--Czech (ABB)
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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41A5048
1
41A5049
1
41A5050
1
41A5051
1
41A5052
1
PS/2--Danish
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
PS/2--Dutch
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
PS/2--French
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
PS/2--French Canadian
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
PS/2--French Canadian
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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FRU #
CRU
41A5053
1
41A5054
1
41A5080
1
41A5055
1
41A5056
1
PS/2--German
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
PS/2--Greek
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
PS/2--Greek/US
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
PS/2--Hebrew
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
PS/2--Hungarian
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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41A5057
1
41A5058
1
41A5059
1
41A5060
1
41A5061
1
PS/2--Iceland
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
PS/2--Italian
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
PS/2--Japanese
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
PS/2--Korean
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
PS/2--LA Spanish
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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FRU #
CRU
41A5062
1
41A5063
1
41A5064
1
41A5065
1
41A5066
1
PS/2--Norwegian
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
PS/2--Polish
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
PS/2--Portuguese
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
PS/2--Romanian
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
PS/2--Russian/Cyrillic
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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41A5067
1
41A5068
1
41A5069
1
41A5070
1
41A5071
1
PS/2--Serbian/Cyrillic
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
PS/2--Slovak
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
PS/2--Spanish
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
PS/2--Swedish/Finnish
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
PS/2--SF/G
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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FRU #
CRU
41A5072
1
41A5073
1
41A5074
1
41A5075
1
41A5076
1
PS/2--Thailand
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
PS/2--Turkish
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
PS/2--Turkish
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
PS/2 --UK English
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
PS/2--US European
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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41A5077
1
54Y8382
1
FRU #
CRU
57Y4780
1
57Y4781
1
57Y4782
1
PS/2--Slovenian
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
PS/2--Indian
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Keyboard - Fingerprint
US English
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Arabic
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
A/F
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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CRU
57Y4783
1
57Y4784
1
57Y4785
1
57Y4786
1
57Y4787
1
Belgium French
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Belgium English
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Brazilian Portuguese
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Bulgarian
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Chinese/US
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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CRU
57Y4788
1
57Y4789
1
57Y4790
1
57Y4791
1
57Y4792
1
Czech (ABB)
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Danish
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Dutch
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
French
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
French Canadian
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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CRU
57Y4793
1
57Y4794
1
57Y4795
1
57Y4796
1
57Y4797
1
French Canadian
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
German
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Greek
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Greek/US
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Hebrew
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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CRU
57Y4798
1
57Y4799
1
57Y4800
1
57Y4801
1
57Y4802
1
Hungarian
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Iceland
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Italian
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Japanese
• MT 0266: C4J C5J C6J C7J D8J E6J
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516: C3J C4J C8J C9J E3J E4J
• MT 7519:
Korean
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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CRU
57Y4803
1
57Y4804
1
57Y4805
1
57Y4806
1
57Y4807
1
LA Spanish
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Norwegian
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Polish
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Portuguese
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Romanian
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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CRU
57Y4808
1
57Y4809
1
57Y4810
1
57Y4811
1
57Y4812
1
Romanian
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Russian/Cyrillic
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Serbian/Cyrillic
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Slovak
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Spanish
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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CRU
57Y4813
1
57Y4814
1
57Y4815
1
57Y4816
1
57Y4817
1
Swedish/Finnish
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Swiss French/German
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Thailand
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Turkish
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Turkish
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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CRU
57Y4818
1
57Y4819
1
57Y4820
1
03X8001
1
03X8002
1
UK English
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
US European
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Slovenian
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
US English
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Arabic
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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CRU
03X8003
1
03X8004
1
03X8005
1
03X8006
1
03X8007
1
A/F
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Belgium French
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Belgium English
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Brazilian Portuguese
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Bulgarian
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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CRU
03X8008
1
03X8009
1
03X8010
1
03X8011
1
03X8012
1
Chinese/US
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Czech (ABB)
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Danish
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Dutch
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
French
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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CRU
03X8013
1
03X8014
1
03X8015
1
03X8016
1
03X8017
1
French Canadian
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
French Canadian
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
German
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Greek
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Greek/US
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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CRU
03X8018
1
03X8019
1
03X8020
1
03X8021
1
03X8022
1
Hebrew
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Hungarian
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Iceland
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Italian
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Japanese
• MT 0266: C4J C5J C6J C7J D8J E6J
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516: C3J C4J C8J C9J E3J E4J
• MT 7519:
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CRU
03X8023
1
03X8024
1
03X8025
1
03X8026
1
03X8027
1
Korean
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
LA Spanish
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Norwegian
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Polish
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Portuguese
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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CRU
03X8038
1
03X8039
1
03X8028
1
03X8040
1
03X8029
1
Romanian
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Romanian
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Russian/Cyrillic
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Serbian/Cyrillic
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Slovak
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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CRU
03X8030
1
03X8031
1
03X8032
1
03X8033
1
03X8041
1
Spanish
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Swedish/Finnish
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Swiss French/German
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Thailand
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Turkish
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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CRU
03X8034
1
03X8035
1
03X8036
1
03X8037
1
FRU #
CRU
45J4889
1
Turkish
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
UK English
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
US European
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Slovenian
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Mice
Lenovo enhanced optical USB mouse
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
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FRU #
CRU
51J0061
1
• MT 7519:
Optical wheel mouse PS/2
• MT 0266: B6M B7U B7F B7S B7M B8U B8F B8S B8M A1H A1V A2H A2V
A3A A3T A4A A4T B4S B4D B4Y B5S B5D B5Y C8G C9G C2J C3J C4J C5J
C6J C7J B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D1U D1F D1S
D2G D3U D3F D3S D4J D5J D6J D7J D8J D9G E1Q E2Q E3Q E4Q E5Q E6J
E7J E8J E9J F1J
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A2U A2F A2S A2P A2L A2D A2Y A1U A1F A1S A1P A1L A1D A1Y
A1G A1M A1A A1Q A1T A1C A1B A1H A1V A1K A1R A1E A1J A3V A3U A3F
A3S A3P A3L A3D A3Y A3G A3M A3A A3Q A3T A3C A3B A3H A3R A3E A3J
A3K
• MT 7516: B5M B6M A1H A1V A2H A2V A3A A3T A4A A4T B4S B4D B4Y B8J
B9J C1J C2J B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G C5U C5F C5S C3J
C4J C6J C7J C8J C9J D1J D2J D3A D3T D4A D4T D5Q D6Q D7Q D8Q D9J
E1J E2U E2F E2S E3J E4J
• MT 7519: A1A A1T A2G A3G A7V A8V A9G B1G B2A B2T B3U B3F B3S
Adapters and miscellaneous FRUs
Adapters and miscellaneous
FRU #
CRU
03T9027
1
39K5120
1
Soft modem V.90/V.44 - LP
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Modem phone cable
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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FRU #
CRU
41A5334
1
89P8571
1
91P8835
N
46R1519
1
45J9520
1
Lenovo branded speakers
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Speaker power brick
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Thermal grease syringe
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Sunix PCI to parallel port card - (chip update) (LP)®
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Parallel to parallel dongle cable_210mm_R
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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Power Cords
Power Cords-primary
FRU #
CRU
42T5004
1
42T5050
1
42T5174
1
42T5017
1
Line Cord - US
• MT 0266: B7U B7F B7S B8U B8F B8S A3A A3T A4A A4T B4S B4D B5S
B5D D1U D1F D1S D3U D3F D3S
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A2U A2F A2S A2L A2D A1U A1F A1S A1L A1D A1A A1T A3U
A3F A3S A3L A3D A3A A3T
• MT 7516: A3A A3T A4A A4T B4S B4D C5U C5F C5S D3A D3T D4A D4T
E2U E2S E2F
• MT 7519: A1A A1T B2A B2T B3U B3F B3S
Line Cord - Australia, New Zealand
• MT 0266: B6M B7M B8M
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1M A3M
• MT 7516: B5M B6M
• MT 7519:
Line Cord - Brazil (Portuguese)
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A2P A1P A3P
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Line Cord - LA High Volt (APU)
• MT 0266: B4Y B5Y
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A2Y A1Y A3Y
• MT 7516: B4Y
• MT 7519:
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FRU #
CRU
42T5077
1
42T5035
1
42T5071
1
42T5056
1
Line Cord - Korea
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1K A1R A3R A3K
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Line Cord - Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei, Hong Kong
• MT 0266: A1H A2H A3A A4A C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G
B1G B2G B3G D2G D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A1A A1B A1H A3G A3A A3B A3H
• MT 7516: A1H A2H A3A A4A B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
D3A D4A
• MT 7519: A1A A2G A3G A9G B1G B2A
Line Cord - Taiwan
• MT 0266: A1V A2V
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1V A3V
• MT 7516: A1V A2V
• MT 7519: A7V A8V
Line Cord - South Africa
• MT 0266: B6M B7M B8M A3A A4A C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G
A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A1M A1A A3G A3M A3A
• MT 7516: B5M B6M A3A A4A B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
D3A D4A
• MT 7519: A1A A2G A3G A9G B1G B2A
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FRU #
CRU
42T5083
1
42T5065
1
42T5011
1
42T5047
1
Line Cord - India
• MT 0266: E1Q E2Q E3Q E4Q E5Q
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1Q A3Q
• MT 7516: D5Q D6Q D7Q D8Q
• MT 7519:
Line Cord - China
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1C A3C
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Line Cord - Japan
• MT 0266: C2J C3J C4J C5J C6J C7J D4J D5J D6J D7J D8J E6J E7J E8J
E9J F1J
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1J A1E A3J A3E
• MT 7516: B8J B9J C1J C2J C3J C4J C6J C7J C8J C9J D1J D2J D9J E1J
E3J E4J
• MT 7519:
Line Cord - Italy
• MT 0266: B4S B4Y B5S B5Y D1S D3S C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G
A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G D9G
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A2S A2Y A1S A1Y A3S A3Y
• MT 7516: B4S B4Y B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G C5S
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G B3S
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FRU #
CRU
42T5041
1
42T5044
1
42T5062
1
42T5029
1
Line Cord - Denmark
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Line Cord - Switzerland
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Line Cord - Israel
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Line Cord - Austria, Belgium, Finland, Germany, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden
models
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Chapter 9. FRU lists
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Power Cords-primary
FRU #
CRU
42T5004
1
42T5035
1
FRU #
CRU
42T5089
1
42T5150
1
Line Cord - Thailand
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1T A3T
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519: A1T B2T
Line Cord - UK, Ireland
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G
D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Power Cords-secondary
Line Cord - US
• MT 0266: B7U B7F B7S B8U B8F B8S A3A A3T A4A A4T B4S B4D B5S
B5D D1U D1F D1S D3U D3F D3S
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A2U A2F A2S A2L A2D A1U A1F A1S A1L A1D A1A A1T A3U
A3F A3S A3L A3D A3A A3T
• MT 7516: A3A A3T A4A A4T B4S B4D C5U C5F C5S D3A D3T D4A D4T
E2U E2S E2F
• MT 7519: A1A A1T B2A B2T B3U B3F B3S
Line Cord - China
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1C A3C
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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FRU #
CRU
42T5177
1
42T5102
1
42T5162
1
42T5156
1
42T5141
1
Line Cord - Brazil (Portuguese)
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A2P A1P A3P
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Line Cord - LA High Volt (APU)
• MT 0266: B4Y B5Y
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A2S A2Y A1S A1Y A3S A3Y
• MT 7516: B4Y
• MT 7519:
Line Cord - Korea
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1K A1R A3R A3K
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Line Cord - Taiwan
• MT 0266: A1V A2V
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1G A1A A1B A1H A3G A3A A3B A3H
• MT 7516: A1V A2V
• MT 7519: A7V A8V
Line Cord - South Africa
• MT 0266: B6M B7M B8M A3A A4A C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G
A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1V A3V
• MT 7516: B5M B6M A3A A4A B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
D3A D4A
• MT 7519: A1A A2G A3G A9G B1G B2A
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Power Cords-secondary
FRU #
CRU
42T5168
1
42T5096
1
42T5135
1
42T5120
1
Line Cord - India
• MT 0266: E1Q E2Q E3Q E4Q E5Q
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1G A1M A1A A3G A3M A3A
• MT 7516: D5Q D6Q D7Q D8Q
• MT 7519:
Line Cord - Japanese and Japanese English
• MT 0266: C2J C3J C4J C5J C6J C7J D4J D5J D6J D7J D8J E6J E7J E8J
E9J F1J
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1Q A3Q
• MT 7516: B8J B9J C1J C2J C3J C4J C6J C7J C8J C9J D1J D2J D9J E1J
E3J E4J
• MT 7519:
Line Cord - Australia, New Zealand
• MT 0266: B6M B7M B8M
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1M A3M
• MT 7516: B5M B6M
• MT 7519:
Line Cord - Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei, Hong Kong, UK
• MT 0266: A1H A2H A3A A4A C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G
B1G B2G B3G D2G D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1J A1E A3J A3E
• MT 7516: A1H A2H A3A A4A B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
D3A D4A
• MT 7519: A1A A2G A3G A9G B1G B2A
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FRU #
CRU
42T5132
1
42T5126
1
42T5129
1
42T5147
1
Line Cord - Italy
• MT 0266: B4S B4Y B5S B5Y D1S D3S C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G
A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G D2G D9G
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516: B4S B4Y B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G C5S
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G B3S
Line Cord - Denmark
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
D2G D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Line Cord - Switzerland
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
D2G D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1G A3G
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Line Cord - Israel
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
D2G D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1A A3A
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
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FRU #
CRU
42T5114
1
42T5089
1
Line Cord - Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Czechoslovakia, Finland, France,
Germany, Hungary, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain,
Sweden
• MT 0266: C8G C9G B9G C1G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
D2G D9G
• MT 0384: A9G A7G A8G A1G A2G A3G A4G A5G A6G
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168: A1G
• MT 5067: A1A A3A
• MT 7516: B7G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3G
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Line Cord - Thailand
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1G A1A A3G A3A
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519: A1T B2T
Recovery discs
Windows 7 Professional 32 Recovery CD
Windows 7 Professional 32
FRU #
CRU
03T0856
1
03T0857
1
Arabic
• MT 0266: B9G C1G
• MT 0384: A7G A8G
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1G
• MT 7516: B7G
• MT 7519:
Brazilian Portuguese
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1P
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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FRU #
CRU
03T0858
1
03T0859
1
03T0860
1
03T0861
1
03T0862
1
Simplified Chinese
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Chinese-Traditional
• MT 0266: A1V A2V
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1B A1V A3V
• MT 7516: A1V A2V
• MT 7519: A7V A8V
Czech
• MT 0266: B9G C1G
• MT 0384: A7G A8G
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1G
• MT 7516: B7G
• MT 7519:
India English
• MT 0266: B9G C1G E1Q E5Q
• MT 0384: A7G A8G
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1G
• MT 7516: B7G D5Q D6Q
• MT 7519:
French
• MT 0266: B9G C1G
• MT 0384: A7G A8G
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1F A1G
• MT 7516: B7G
• MT 7519:
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Windows 7 Professional 32
FRU #
CRU
03T0863
1
03T0864
1
03T0865
1
03T0866
1
03T0867
1
Greek
• MT 0266: B9G C1G
• MT 0384: A7G A8G
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1G
• MT 7516: B7G
• MT 7519:
German
• MT 0266: B9G C1G
• MT 0384: A7G A8G
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1G
• MT 7516: B7G
• MT 7519:
Hebrew
• MT 0266: B9G C1G
• MT 0384: A7G A8G
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1G
• MT 7516: B7G
• MT 7519:
Hong Kong
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1G
• MT 7516: B7G
• MT 7519:
Hungarian
• MT 0266: B9G C1G
• MT 0384: A7G A8G
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1G
• MT 7516: B7G
• MT 7519:
164
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FRU #
CRU
03T0868
1
03T0869
1
03T0870
1
03T0871
1
03T0872
1
Italian
• MT 0266: B9G C1G
• MT 0384: A7G A8G
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1G
• MT 7516: B7G
• MT 7519:
Japanese
• MT 0266: C2J C3J C4J C5J D6J D7J D8J E6J E7J E8J
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1J
• MT 7516: B8J B9J C1J C2J C3J C4J C6J C7J C8J C9J D1J D2J D9J E1J
E3J E4J
• MT 7519:
Korean
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1K
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Polish
• MT 0266: B9G C1G
• MT 0384: A7G A8G
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1G
• MT 7516: B7G
• MT 7519:
Portuguese
• MT 0266: B9G C1G
• MT 0384: A7G A8G
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1G
• MT 7516: B7G
• MT 7519:
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Windows 7 Professional 32
FRU #
CRU
03T0873
1
03T0874
1
03T0875
1
03T0876
1
03T0877
1
Romanian
• MT 0266: B9G C1G
• MT 0384: A7G A8G
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1G
• MT 7516: B7G
• MT 7519:
Russian
• MT 0266: B9G C1G
• MT 0384: A7G A8G
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1G
• MT 7516: B7G
• MT 7519:
Slovakian
• MT 0266: B9G C1G
• MT 0384: A7G A8G
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1G
• MT 7516: B7G
• MT 7519:
Spanish
• MT 0266: B9G C1G
• MT 0384: A7G A8G
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1G
• MT 7516: B7G
• MT 7519:
Serbian-Latin
• MT 0266: B9G C1G
• MT 0384: A7G A8G
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1G
• MT 7516: B7G
• MT 7519:
166
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FRU #
CRU
03T0878
1
03T0879
1
03T0880
1
03T0881
1
03T0882
1
Turkish
• MT 0266: B9G C1G
• MT 0384: A7G A8G
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1G
• MT 7516: B7G
• MT 7519:
English
• MT 0266: A1H A2H A3A A4A E1Q E5Q
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1U A1L A1M A1A A1Q A1H A1R A1E
• MT 7516: A1H A2H A3A A4A D3A D4A D5Q D6Q
• MT 7519: A1A A1T B2A B2T
C and L Nordics (DK/FI/SV/NO/EN)
• MT 0266: B9G C1G
• MT 0384: A7G A8G
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1G
• MT 7516: B7G
• MT 7519:
C and L EMEA (NL/FR/GR/IT/EN)
• MT 0266: B9G C1G
• MT 0384: A7G A8G
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1G
• MT 7516: B7G
• MT 7519:
C and L Croatian (EN/SL/CR)
• MT 0266: B9G C1G
• MT 0384: A7G A8G
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A1G
• MT 7516: B7G
• MT 7519:
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Windows 7 Home Basic 32 Recovery CD
Windows 7 Home Basic 32
FRU #
CRU
03T0883
1
03T0884
1
03T0885
1
03T0886
1
03T0887
1
Arabic
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Brazilian Portuguese
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Chinese-simplified
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
India English
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Russian
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
168
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FRU #
CRU
03T0888
1
03T0889
1
03T0890
1
03T0891
1
Spanish
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Serbian-Latin
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Turkish
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
English
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Recovery CD
Windows 7 Home Premium 64
FRU #
CRU
03T0919
1
Brazilian Portuguese
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
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Windows 7 Home Premium 64
FRU #
CRU
03T0920
1
03T0921
1
03T0922
1
03T0923
1
03T0924
1
• MT 7519:
Chinese-Simplified
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Chinese-Traditional
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Czech
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
India English
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
French
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
170
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FRU #
CRU
03T0925
1
03T0926
1
03T0927
1
03T0928
1
03T0929
1
Hong Kong
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Italy
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Japanese
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Korean
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Spanish
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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FRU #
CRU
03T0930
1
03T0931
1
03T0932
1
US English
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
C and L Nordics (DK/FI/SV/NO/EN)
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
C and L EMEA (NL/FR/GR/IT/EN)
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Windows 7 Home Premium 32 Recovery CD
Windows 7 Home Premium 32
FRU #
CRU
03T0892
1
03T0893
1
India English
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
English
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
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FRU #
CRU
• MT 7519:
Windows XP Professional 32 Recovery CD
Note: The Windows XP Professional recovery DVDs are available only for models with a valid Microsoft
Windows XP Professional certificate of authenticity (COA) affixed to the system. Due to a Microsoft licensing
limitation, if a model came with Windows XP Professional preinstalled from the factory, but has either a
Windows 7 or Windows Vista COA affixed to the system, that model is eligible only for recovery DVDs that
match the operating system specified on the COA.
Windows XP Professional 32
FRU #
CRU
03T0501
1
03T0502
1
03T0723
1
03T0724
1
Japanese
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
English
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Brazil Portuguese
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Traditional Chinese
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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Windows XP Professional 32
FRU #
CRU
03T0725
1
03T0726
1
03T0727
1
03T0737
1
03T0728
1
Czech
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Denmark
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Finnish
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
French
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
German
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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FRU #
CRU
03T0729
1
03T0730
1
03T0731
1
03T0732
1
03T0733
1
Hong Kong
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Italian
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Norwegian
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Polish
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Russian
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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Windows XP Professional 32
FRU #
CRU
03T0734
1
03T0735
1
03T0736
1
Spanish
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Swedish
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Turkish
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Windows 7 Professional 64 Recovery CD
Windows 7 Professional 64
FRU #
CRU
03T0894
1
03T0895
1
Arabic
• MT 0266: D2G D9G
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A3G
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Brazilian Portuguese
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A3P
• MT 7516:
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1
03T0897
1
03T0898
1
03T0899
1
03T0900
1
• MT 7519:
Chinese-Simplified
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A3C
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Chinese-Traditional
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A3V
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Czech
• MT 0266: D2G D9G
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A3G
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
India English
• MT 0266: D2G D9G E2Q E4Q
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A3Q
• MT 7516: D7Q D8Q
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
French
• MT 0266: D1F D2G D3F D9G
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A3G A3F
• MT 7516: C5F E2F
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G B3F
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FRU #
CRU
03T0901
1
03T0902
1
03T0903
1
03T0904
1
03T0905
1
Greek
• MT 0266: D2G D9G
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A3G
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
German
• MT 0266: D2G D9G
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A3G
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Hebrew
• MT 0266: D2G D9G
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A3G
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Hong Kong
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A3B
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Hungary
• MT 0266: D2G D9G
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A3G
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
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FRU #
CRU
03T0906
1
03T0907
1
03T0908
1
03T0909
1
03T0910
1
Italy
• MT 0266: D2G D9G
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A3G
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Japanese
• MT 0266: D4J D5J E9J F1J
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A3J
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Polish
• MT 0266: D2G D9G
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A3G
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Portuguese
• MT 0266: D2G D9G
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A3G
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Romanian
• MT 0266: D2G D9G
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A3G
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
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FRU #
CRU
03T0911
1
03T0912
1
03T0913
1
03T0914
1
03T0915
1
Slovakian
• MT 0266: D2G D9G
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A3G
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Spanish
• MT 0266: D2G D9G
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A3G
• MT 7516: E2S
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Serbian-Latin
• MT 0266: D2G D9G
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A3G
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Turkish
• MT 0266: D2G D9G
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A3G
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
US English
• MT 0266: D1U D2G D3U D9G E2Q E4Q
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A3U A3F A3L A3G A3M A3A A3Q A3H A3R A3E
• MT 7516: C5U D7Q D8Q E2U
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G B3U
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FRU #
CRU
03T0916
1
03T0917
1
03T0918
1
FRU #
CRU
03W7477
1
03W7483
1
C and L Nordics (DK/FI/SV/NO/EN)
• MT 0266: D2G D9G
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A3G
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
C and L EMEA (NL/FR/GR/IT/EN)
• MT 0266: D2G D9G
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A3G
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
C and L Croatian (EN/SL/CR)
• MT 0266: D2G D9G
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491: A1G A2G A3G A4G
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067: A3G
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519: A2G A3G A9G B1G
Windows XP Professional Generic Recovery CD
Windows XP Professional Generic
Simplified Chinese
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Greek
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
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FRU #
CRU
03W7486
1
03W7489
1
03W7490
1
03W7493
1
• MT 7519:
Hungary
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Korean
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Dutch
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Portuguese
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Windows Vista Business 32 Recovery CD
Note: The Windows Vista recovery DVDs are available only for models with a valid Microsoft Windows Vista
certificate of authenticity (COA) affixed to the system. Due to a Microsoft licensing limitation, if a model came
with Windows Vista Business or Windows Vista Ultimate preinstalled from the factory, but has a Windows 7
COA affixed to the system, that model is eligible only for recovery DVDs that match the operating system
specified on the COA.
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FRU #
CRU
03T1311
1
03T1312
1
India English
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
US English
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Windows Vista Home Basic 32 Recovery CD
Note: The Windows Vista recovery DVDs are available only for models with a valid Microsoft Windows Vista
certificate of authenticity (COA) affixed to the system. Due to a Microsoft licensing limitation, if a model came
with Windows Vista Business or Windows Vista Ultimate preinstalled from the factory, but has a Windows 7
COA affixed to the system, that model is eligible only for recovery DVDs that match the operating system
specified on the COA.
Windows Vista Home Basic 32
FRU #
CRU
03T1313
1
03T1314
1
India English
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
French
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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FRU #
CRU
03T1315
1
03T1316
1
03T1317
1
03T1318
1
03T1319
1
Japanese
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
Spanish
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
US English
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
C and L Nordics: DK/FI/SV/NO/EN
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
C and L EMEA, NL/FR/GR/IT/EN
• MT 0266:
• MT 0384:
• MT 2491:
• MT 4168:
• MT 5067:
• MT 7516:
• MT 7519:
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Chapter 10. Additional service information
This chapter provides additional information that the service representative might find helpful.
Security features
Security features in this section include the following:
• Passwords
• Vital Product Data
• Secure Managed Client (some models)
Hardware-controlled passwords
Use the Setup Utility program to set the hardware-controlled passwords. For more information about
passwords, see “Using passwords” on page 41.
Operating system password
Note: This section applies only to computer models that have an operating system preinstalled from Lenovo.
An operating system password is very similar to a power-on password and denies access to the computer by
an unauthorized user when the password is activated. The computer is unusable until the correct password
is entered and recognized by the computer.
Vital Product Data
Each computer has a unique Vital Product Data (VPD) code stored in the nonvolatile memory on the system
board. After you replace the system board, the VPD must be updated. To update the VPD, see “Updating
(flashing) the BIOS from a disc” on page 186.
Secure Managed Client
The Secure Managed Client (SMC) is a storage-based, desktop computing solution that helps businesses
reduce IT costs and improve security by turning off hard disk drives and storing all data in a non-server
remote location while offering users the flexibility and performance of a traditional desktop computer. For
computer models that do not have an internal hard disk drive and a preinstalled operating system, but
use a remote hard disk drive accessed through the SMC - Storage Array, contact the network or storage
administrator.
BIOS levels
An incorrect level of BIOS can cause false errors and unnecessary FRU replacement. Use the following
information to determine the current level of BIOS installed in the computer, the latest BIOS available for the
computer, and where to obtain the latest level of BIOS.
• To determine the current level of BIOS:
– Start the Setup Utility program.
– See BIOS Revision Level on the main setup screen.
• Sources for obtaining the latest level BIOS available
1. Lenovo support web site: http://www.lenovo.com/support/
2. Lenovo Customer Support Center
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3. Levels 1 and 2 Support
To update (flash) the BIOS, see “Updating (flashing) the BIOS from a disc” on page 186.
Updating (flashing) the BIOS from a disc
This section provides instructions on how to update (flash) the BIOS from a disc.
Note: You can download a self-starting bootable disc image (known as an ISO image) with the system
program updates to create a system-program-update disc. Go to:
http://www.lenovo.com/support
To update (flash) the BIOS from a disc, do the following:
1. Turn off your computer.
2. Repeatedly press and release the F12 key when turning on the computer. When the Startup Device
Menu opens, release the F12 key.
3. On the Startup Device Menu, select the desired optical drive as the startup device. Then, insert the
disc into this optical drive and press Enter. The update begins.
4. When prompted to change the serial number, it is suggested that you do not make this change by
pressing N. However, if you do want to change the serial number, press Y, then type in the serial number
and press Enter.
5. When prompted to change the machine type and model, it is suggested that you do not make this
change by pressing N. However, if you do want to change the machine type and model, press Y, then
type in the machine type and model and press Enter.
6. Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the update. After the update is completed, remove the
disc from the optical drive.
Updating (flashing) the BIOS from your operating system
Note: Because Lenovo makes constant improvements to its Web sites, the Web page contents are subject
to change without notice, including the contents referenced in the following procedure.
To update (flash) the BIOS from your operating system, do the following:
1. Go to http://www.lenovo.com/support.
2. Do the following to locate the downloadable files for your machine type:
a. Click Download & Drivers.
b. In the left pane, click Downloads and drivers.
c. From the Brand drop-down list box, select Desktops.
d. From the Family drop-down list box, select the family name.
e. Click Continue.
f. From the Refine results drop-down list box, select BIOS.
g. Click the BIOS update link.
3. Click the TXT file that contains the instructions for updating (flashing) the BIOS from your operating
system.
4. Print these instructions. This is very important because these instructions will not be displayed on
the screen after the download begins.
5. Follow the printed instructions to download, extract, and install the update.
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Recovering from a POST/BIOS update failure
If the power to your computer is interrupted while the POST and BIOS is being updated, your computer
might not restart correctly. If this happens, perform the following procedure to recover from the POST and
BIOS update failure. This procedure is commonly called Boot-block Recovery.
1. Remove all media from the drives and turn off all attached devices and the computer. Then, disconnect
all power cords from electrical outlets and disconnect all cables that are connected to the computer.
2. Open the computer cover. See “Opening the computer cover” on page 72.
3. Locate the Clear CMOS /Recovery jumper on the system board. See “Locating parts on the system
board” on page 71.
4. Remove any cables that impede access to the Clear CMOS /Recovery jumper.
5. Move the jumper from the standard position (pin 1 and pin 2) to the maintenance position (pin 2 and
pin 3).
6. Reconnect any cables that were disconnected and reinstall the PCI card if removed.
7. Close the computer cover and reconnect the power cords for the computer and monitor to electrical
outlets. See “Completing the parts replacement” on page 98.
8. Turn on the computer and then insert the POST and BIOS update (flash update) disc into the optical
drive. The recovery session begins. The recovery session will take two to three minutes. During this
time, you will hear a series of beeps.
9. After the recovery session is completed, the series of beeps will end, and the system will automatically
turn off. Remove the disc from the optical drive before the system completely turns off.
10. Repeat step 1 through step 4.
11. Move the Clear CMOS /Recovery jumper back to the standard position (pin 1 and pin 2).
12. Reconnect any cables that were disconnected and reinstall the PCI card if removed.
13. Close the computer cover and reconnect any cables that were disconnected.
14. Turn on the computer to restart the operating system.
Power management
Power management reduces the power consumption of certain components of the computer such as the
system power supply, processor, hard disk drives, and some monitors.
Automatic configuration and power interface (ACPI) BIOS
Being an ACPI BIOS system, the operating system is allowed to control the power management features
of the computer and the setting for Advanced Power Management (APM) BIOS mode is ignored. Not
all operating systems support ACPI BIOS mode.
Automatic Power-On features
The Automatic Power-On features within the Power Management menu allow you to enable and disable
features that turn on the computer automatically.
• RTC resume: You can specify a date and time at which the computer will be turned on automatically.
This can be either a single event or a daily event.
• Wake on LAN: If the computer has a properly configured token-ring or Ethernet LAN adapter card that is
Wake on LAN-enabled and there is remote network management software, you can use the Wake on LAN
feature. When you set Wake on LAN to Enabled, the computer will turn on when it receives a specific
signal from another computer on the local area network (LAN).
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Appendix A. Notices
Lenovo may not offer the products, services, or features discussed in this document in all countries. Consult
your local Lenovo representative for information on the products and services currently available in your
area. Any reference to a Lenovo product, program, or service is not intended to state or imply that only that
Lenovo product, program, or service may be used. Any functionally equivalent product, program, or service
that does not infringe any Lenovo intellectual property right may be used instead. However, it is the user's
responsibility to evaluate and verify the operation of any other product, program, or service.
Lenovo may have patents or pending patent applications covering subject matter described in this
document. The furnishing of this document does not give you any license to these patents. You can send
license inquiries, in writing, to:
Lenovo (United States), Inc.
1009 Think Place - Building One
Morrisville, NC 27560
U.S.A.
Attention: Lenovo Director of Licensing
LENOVO PROVIDES THIS PUBLICATION “AS IS” WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS
OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF NON-INFRINGEMENT,
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Some jurisdictions do not allow
disclaimer of express or implied warranties in certain transactions, therefore, this statement may not apply
to you.
This information could include technical inaccuracies or typographical errors. Changes are periodically
made to the information herein; these changes will be incorporated in new editions of the publication.
Lenovo may make improvements and/or changes in the product(s) and/or the program(s) described in this
publication at any time without notice.
The products described in this document are not intended for use in implantation or other life support
applications where malfunction may result in injury or death to persons. The information contained in this
document does not affect or change Lenovo product specifications or warranties. Nothing in this document
shall operate as an express or implied license or indemnity under the intellectual property rights of Lenovo
or third parties. All information contained in this document was obtained in specific environments and is
presented as an illustration. The result obtained in other operating environments may vary.
Lenovo may use or distribute any of the information you supply in any way it believes appropriate without
incurring any obligation to you.
Any references in this publication to non-Lenovo Web sites are provided for convenience only and do not in
any manner serve as an endorsement of those Web sites. The materials at those Web sites are not part of
the materials for this Lenovo product, and use of those Web sites is at your own risk.
Any performance data contained herein was determined in a controlled environment. Therefore, the result
obtained in other operating environments may vary significantly. Some measurements may have been
made on development-level systems and there is no guarantee that these measurements will be the same
on generally available systems. Furthermore, some measurements may have been estimated through
extrapolation. Actual results may vary. Users of this document should verify the applicable data for their
specific environment.
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Television output notice
The following notice applies to models that have the factory-installed television-output feature.
This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by method claims of certain U.S.
patents and other intellectual property rights owned by Macrovision Corporation and other rights owners.
Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized by Macrovision Corporation, and is intended
for home and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision Corporation.
Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
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ThinkVantage
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countries, or both.
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Index
A
Administrator, password
42
B
C
cables, connecting 98
changing
password 42
startup device sequence 44
CMOS, clearing 43
components, internal 71
computer cover
opening 73
connectors
rear 70
connectors, controls, indicators
front 69
considerations, passwords 42
CRU
completing the installation 98
D
42
E
environment, operating 31
exiting, Setup Utility 45
F
failure, recovering from POST/BIOS 187
flashing the BIOS 186
front
connectors, controls, indicators 69
front audio and USB assembly, replacing 92
front fan assembly
replacing 88
H
hard disk drive, replacing
heat sink, replacing 81
77
I
installing options
memory module
91
L
battery, replacing 80
boot-block recovery 187
deleting a password
installing, replacing
PCI card 75
internal speaker, replacing
74
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Lenovo Solution Center 37
Lenovo ThinkVantage Toolbox 37
Lenovo ThinkVantage Tools 29
Lenovo Welcome 29
locating components 71
M
memory module
installing 74
system board 74
microprocessor
replacing 83
O
optical drive, replacing
78
P
parts replacement, completing 98
password
Administrator 42
considerations 42
Power-On Password 42
setting, changing, deleting 42
passwords
erasing 43
lost or forgotten 43
passwords, using 41
PCI card 75
installing, replacing 75
slots 75
physical specifications 31
Power-On, Password 42
productivity center, ThinkVantage 30
R
rear connectors 70
recovering
from a POST/BIOS update failure
recovery
boot-block 187
replacing
battery 80
front fan assembly 88
hard disk drive 77
heat sink 81
187
191
internal speaker
microprocessor
91
83
S
security
enabling or disabling 43
selecting
startup device 44
temporary startup device 44
setting
password 42
settings
changing 41
viewing 41
Setup Utility 41
Setup Utility program, starting 41
Setup Utility, exiting 45
starting the Setup Utility program 41
startup device 44
sequence, changing 44
temporary, selecting 44
system board
connectors 72
locating parts 71
memory module 74
T
temporary startup device 44
the BIOS, updating (flashing) 186
ThinkVantage productivity center 30
U
updating
(flashing) the BIOS 186
updating (flashing) the BIOS
using
passwords 41
Setup Utility 41
186
V
viewing and changing settings
192
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