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Try replacing the memory module with a known good module. I gues it is VGA chip problem .. I was curious about adding cells that had more capacity then the originals as well. See I kind of feel like it's the batter issue; but is there a way I rule that out by using the docking station or somehintg? navigate to this website

From where I

/>can get the SMD code information about this transistor?.

Or a small circuit diagram how you solved?or which NPN you used?
http://forum.thinkpads.com/viewtopic.php?t=60037

This is extremely disappointing behavior, expecially for a brand which has traditionally stood for quality and support. or using the laptop as a base and attaching an external monitor? If I just could find some cells that match the size.. View the answer I have this problem too Subscribed to new answers Is this a good question?

Even pictures of the T30 (2366) mobo would be helpful... unplug the AC adapter 2. What is the issue, the power supply or battery. Thanks, N.

I tried to measure them, but all I get is 18 diameter and 62 in length. 18620 does not exist according to google.. IBM ThinkPad Computer Hardware Maintenance Manuals Year 2001-2006 IBM ThinkPad A2*m, A2*p IBM ThinkPad A2*e IBM ThinkPad A21e IBM ThinkPad A22* (Wireless models) IBM ThinkPad A30, A30p, A31, A31p IBM ThinkPad Ridshack Careful Submitted by Freddy (not verified) on Tue, 10/07/2008 - 21:18. Either way, neither of these errors actually indicate a huge problem.

Maybe the image is on the screen but it’s very dim? microdrive attery microdrtive battery 2. 0-test thinkpad 600 akku 1161 external battery for laptops t21 battery was ibm x31 battery batterie thinkpad released battery ibm thinkpad t23 July buy ibm laptop san September 29, 2007 | I have an IBM thinkpad r51e - it powered off suddenly and now it won't turn on, no light, no power, no battery charge. i know its an old laptop, but my gf uses it for the internet.

thank you Kira Joanne June 19, 2009 | I have IBM THINKPAD R50E and it wont turn on. http://www.levien.com/tp600-battery.html Try to re-calibrate your battery using the battery calibration feature in your computer's bios. Can you boot to the IBM logo? max before it starts to look fuzzy the picture and words get hard to read.

I am including a link to a chart of the IBM error codes and their solutions. useful reference especially with path indications or even component identification. If the display does not return I can move the top around until the displays returns.. This worked fine.

Look very closely at different angles, you even can use a flashlight. It comes on, but nothing happens further.I note that it gives me an error code 3143, but cannot find anthing on the web. So, where do we go from here? http://upintheaether.com/ibm-thinkpad/ibm-thinkpad-error-192.php Both memory slots are located on the left side of the motherboard.

I think the circuit inside the battery records the charge of the battery and when new cells are installed the charge and discharge cycles are as they were last recorded (this It wont work with power lead at all could the lead be the fault ? Oliver Durm's battery page.

It's possible that the adapter runs at 16V with no load, and drops when a load is added.

Try this. Also, you'll have to narrow down if the problem is related to the LCD/video cable or components on the motherboard. I can say for sure that there's at least one problem with this T23 motherboard (inductors) but I can't say yet if that has also caused the 0190 error. Every time I start the laptop it prompts for a password with the lock symbol.

This is an awesome howto that shows just how easily these can be replaced, thanks! When I open one application, it takes a long time to open. I cannot empathize enough that an error here can be dangerous. http://upintheaether.com/ibm-thinkpad/ibm-thinkpad-error-174.php Hoping someone out there has an answer, J Top Profile Reply with quote j2k Post subject: PostPosted: Thu Apr 03, 2008 11:15 pm Offline Joined: Mon Mar 31, 2008

In the grand scheme of things, it's a small problem, but it bugs me nonetheless. arg !!