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Lenovo ThinkStation C20x Workstation Hardware Maintenance Manual PDF

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Machine Types: 4262, 4263, 4264, 4265, 4266, 4269, 4271, and 4272

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LIMITED AND RESTRICTED RIGHTS NOTICE: If data or software are delivered pursuant a General Services Administration GSA contract, use, reproduction, or disclosure is subject to restrictions set forth in Contract No... GS-35F-05925...

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Installing SATA or SAS hard disk drives ... ... ... 43 Entering the Marvell BIOS Setup to configure SATA or SAS RAID ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 43 Configuring the Marvell BIOS Setup to enable SATA/SAS RAID 0, 1, or 5 functionality ... ... ... 43 Configuring the Marvell BIOS Setup to set an optional hot spare hard disk drive ... ... ... ... ... 44 Configuring the Marvell BIOS Setup to delete an optional hot spare hard disk drive ... ... ... ... 44 Configuring the Marvell BIOS Setup to delete an array ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 44

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Installing or replacing a PCI card ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 82 Installing a new hard disk drive ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 84 Replacing a hard disk drive... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 87 Replacing the optical drive ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 88 Replacing the heat sink and fan assembly ... ... ... ... 90 Replacing the microprocessor ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 93 Replacing the system board ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 95 Replacing the battery ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 98 Replacing the power supply assembly ... ... ... ... ... 99 Replacing the front fan assembly ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 104 Replacing the rear fan assembly... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 106 Replacing the internal speaker ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 108 Completing the parts replacement ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 110

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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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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...

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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 server/workstation covers, unless instructed otherwise in the installation and configuration procedures...

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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 an electric shock...

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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...

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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...

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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:

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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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Ao substituir a bateria de ltio, utilize apenas uma bateria com Nmero de Pea 45C1566 ou um tipo de bateria equivalente recomendado pelo Se o seu sistema possui um mdulo com uma bateria de ltio, substitua-o apenas por um mdulo do mesmo tipo e do mesmo fabricante... A bateria contm ltio e pode explodir se no for utilizada, manuseada ou descartada de maneira correta...

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O boto de controle de alimentao do dispositivo e o boto para ligar/desligar da fonte de alimentao no desligam a corrente eltrica fornecida ao dispositivo... O dispositivo tambm pode ter mais de um cabo de alimentao... Para remover toda a corrente eltrica do dispositivo, assegure que todos os cabos de alimentao estejam desconectados da fonte de alimentao...

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Avant de retirer les carters de l'unit, mettez celle-ci hors tension et dconnectez ses cordons d'alimentation, ainsi que les cbles qui la relient aux rseaux, aux systmes de tlcommunication et aux modems (sauf instruction contraire mentionne dans les procdures d'installation et de configuration)...

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Remplacer la pile au lithium usage par une pile de rfrence identique exclusivement, (rfrence 45C1566), ou suivre les instructions du fabricant qui en dfinit les quivalences... Si votre systme est dot d'un module contenant une pile au lithium, vous devez le remplacer uniquement par un module identique, produit par le mme fabricant... La pile contient du lithium et peut exploser en cas de mauvaise utilisation, de mauvaise manipulation ou de mise au rebut inapproprie...

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L'interrupteur de contrle d'alimentation de l'unit et l'interrupteur dubloc d'alimentation ne coupent pas le courant lectrique alimentantl'unit... En outre, le systme peut tre quip de plusieurs cordonsd'alimentation... Pour mettre l'unit hors tension, vous devez dconnectertous les cordons de la source d'alimentation...

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Eine verbrauchte Lithiumbatterie nur durch eine Batterie mit der Teilenummer 45C1566 oder eine gleichwertige, vom Hersteller empfohlene Batterie ersetzen... Enthlt das System ein Modul mit einer Lithiumbatterie, dieses nur durch ein Modul desselben Typs und von demselben Hersteller ersetzen... Die Batterie enthlt Lithium und kann bei unsachgemer Verwendung, Handhabung oder Entsorgung explodieren...

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Mit dem Netzschalter an der Einheit und am Netzteil wird die Stromversorgung fr die Einheit nicht unterbrochen... Die Einheit kann auch mit mehreren Netzkabeln ausgestattet sein... Um die Stromversorgung fr die Einheit vollstndig zu unterbrechen, mssen alle zum Gert fhrenden Netzkabel vom Netz getrennt werden...

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Non collegare o scollegare qualsiasi cavo oppure effettuare l'installazione, la manutenzione o la riconfigurazione del prodotto durante un temporale...

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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 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 pu esplodere se usata, maneggiata o smaltita in modo non corretto...

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Il pulsante di controllo dell'alimentazione presente sull'unit e l'interruttore dell'alimentatore non disattivano l'alimentazione corrente fornita all'unit... E' possibile che l'unit disponga di pi cavi di alimentazione... Per disattivare l'alimentazione dall'unit, accertarsi che tutti i cavi di alimentazione siano scollegati dalla fonte di alimentazione...

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No conecte ni desconecte los cables ni realice ninguna tarea de instalacin, mantenimiento o reconfiguracin de este producto durante una tormenta elctrica...

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Cuando sustituya una batera de litio, utilice solamente una batera nmero de pieza 45C1566 u otra de tipo equivalente recomendada por el fabricante... Si su sistema dispone de un mdulo que contiene una batera de litio, reemplcelo slo con el mismo tipo de mdulo, del mismo fabricante... La batera contiene litio y puede explotar si no se utiliza, manipula o desecha correctamente...

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El botn de control de alimentacin del dispositivo y el interruptor de alimentacin de la fuente de alimentacin no desconectan la corriente elctrica suministrada al dispositivo... Adems, el dispositivo podra tener ms de un cable de alimentacin... Para suprimir toda la corriente elctrica del dispositivo, asegrese de que todos los cables de alimentacin estn desconectados de la toma de corriente...

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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...

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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 CRU removal and installation instructions Publications Troubleshooting information Parts information Downloads and drivers Links to other useful sources of information

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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...

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Comparing the configuration and software set-up between working and non-working systems will often lead to problem resolution...

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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...

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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... You can run the PC-Doctor for DOS diagnostic program from a diagnostic disc that you created...

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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...

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To view details of a failure or to view a list of test results, use the following procedure from any test category screen:

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Viewing or changing settings The Setup Utility program menu lists various items about the system configuration settings... To view or change the settings, start the Setup Utility program... See Starting the Setup Utility program on page 37... Then, follow the instructions on the screen...

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Administrator password The Set Administrator Password option enables you to set an administrator password, which deters unauthorized users from changing configuration settings... If you are responsible for maintaining the settings of several computers, you might want to set an administrator password... For more information on how to set a password, see Setting, changing, or deleting a password on page 38...

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Marvell SATA/SAS controller When this feature is set to Disabled, all internal hard disk drives are disabled and will not be displayed in the system configuration... When disabling this feature, make sure your system has an alternate boot method, such as LAN PXE boot, or a bootable memory key or disc...

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Advanced settings On some computer models, the Advanced menu includes a setting to enable or disable HyperThreading... This feature works only with HyperThreading-aware operating systems, such as the Windows 7 operating system... The default setting for HyperThreading is enabled... However, if you are not using a HyperThreading-aware operating system and you select Enabled for HyperThreading, your computer performance might be degraded... Therefore, you should always set HyperThreading to Disabled unless you are sure your operating system supports HyperThreading...

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Configuring RAID for machine types 4262, 4263, 4264, and 4265 This section contains information about the required number of SATA hard disk drives for the supported level of RAID and SATA RAID configuration for machine types 4262, 4263, 4264, and 4265...

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Configuring RAID for machine types 4266, 4269, 4271, and 4272 This section contains information about the required number of SATA or SAS hard disk drives for the supported level of RAID and SATA or SAS RAID configuration for machine types 4266, 4269, 4271, and 4272...

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To enable SATA/SAS RAID functionality, use the Marvell BIOS Setup configuration utility as the SATA/SAS configuration utility... This utility assumes that the system has the required number of hard disk drives installed...

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Configuring the Marvell BIOS Setup to delete an optional hot spare hard disk drive To configure the Marvell BIOS Setup to delete an optional hot spare hard disk drive, do the following:

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The Symptom-to-FRU index lists error symptoms and possible causes... The most likely cause is listed first... Always begin with Chapter 4 General Checkout on page 31... This index can also be used to help you decide which FRUs to have available when servicing a computer... If you are unable to correct the problem using this index, go to Undetermined problems on page 67...

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Diagnostic error codes Refer to the following diagnostic error codes when using the diagnostic tests... See Running tests on page 34 for the specific type for information about the diagnostic programs...

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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 37...

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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 37...

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001-298-XXX System RTC date/time update failure 1... Flash the system... See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 229...

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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 37...

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006-197-XXX Diskette interface test warning 1... If a component is called out, make sure it is connected and/or enabled...

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011-197-XXX Serial 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 37...

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014-197-XXX Parallel 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 37...

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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 37...

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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 37...

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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 37...

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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 37...

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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 37...

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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 37...

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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 37...

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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 37...

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220-XXX-XXX Hi-Capacity Cartridge Drive error 1... Remove the Hi-Capacity Cartridge Drive and re-test the system...

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1... Start the Setup Utility program and press F9 to load defaults and then press F10 to Save and exit... See Chapter 6 Using the Setup Utility program on page 37...

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If the POST detects a problem, an error message appears on the screen... A single problem can cause several error messages to appear... When you correct the cause of the first error message, the other error messages probably will not appear on the screen the next time you turn on the system...

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Press TAB to show POST screen Pressing the TAB key permits the user to toggle between the default POST display screen and a custom POST display screen...

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"Insert a Diskette" icon appears with a known-good diagnostics diskette in the first 3... 5-inch diskette drive...

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Undetermined problems This section provides instructions on how to find out the failing devices or adapters...

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Locating controls and connectors on the front of your computer Front control and connector locations shows the locations of the controls and connectors on the front of your computer...

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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...

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Figure 4 System board part and connector locations on page 72 shows the locations of the parts and connectors on one type of system board...

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1 CPU 1 memory slots (6) 19 Clear CMOS (Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor) /Recovery jumper

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Figure 5 System board part and connector locations on page 73 shows the locations of the parts and connectors on the other type of system board...

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Do not open your computer or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the Important safety information in the ThinkStation Safety and Warranty Guide that came with your computer... To obtain a copy of the ThinkStation Safety and Warranty Guide, go to: http://www... lenovo... com/support

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Do not open your computer or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the Important safety information in the ThinkStation Safety and Warranty Guide that came with your computer... To obtain a copy of the ThinkStation Safety and Warranty Guide, go to: http://www... lenovo... com/support

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Do not open your computer or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the Important safety information in the ThinkStation Safety and Warranty Guide that came with your computer... To obtain a copy of the ThinkStation Safety and Warranty Guide, go to: http://www... lenovo... com/support

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6... To reinstall the PCI card holder into the chassis, insert the two tabs 1 into the corresponding holes in the chassis, and then pivot the PCI card holder downward until the front of the card holder snaps into position...

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Depending on your model, your computer has six or 12 slots for installing or replacing DDR3 ECC UDIMMs (double data rate 3 error correction code unbuffered dual in-line memory modules) or DDR3 ECC RDIMMs (double data rate 3 error correction code registered dual in-line memory modules)... See Locating parts and connectors on the system board on page 71...

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6... For some computer models, you might need to remove the memory fan duct to access the memory slots... To remove the memory fan duct, disconnect the memory fan cable from the system board, remove the blue shipping clip, press inward on the two tabs 1 , pivot the fan duct, and then disengage the rear of the fan duct...

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a... If your computer has 12 memory slots on the system board, you might have to use more force to remove the memory modules installed in memory slots 1 and 2 ...

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8... Position the new memory module over the memory slot... Make sure that the notch 1 on the memory module aligns correctly with the key 2 in the memory slot... Push the memory module straight down into the slot until the retaining clips close...

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9... To install the memory fan duct, engage the rear of the duct with the retainer on the system board and then pivot the fan duct downward until the fan duct snaps into position... Reconnect the memory fan cable to the system board... See Locating parts and connectors on the system board on page 71...

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4... If you are installing a PCI card, remove the appropriate 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, as shown:

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Do not open your computer or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the Important safety information in the ThinkStation Safety and Warranty Guide that came with your computer... To obtain a copy of the ThinkStation Safety and Warranty Guide, go to: http://www... lenovo... com/support

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Note: The signal cable will be different depending on whether you are installing a SATA hard disk drive or a SAS hard disk drive...

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Note: You might need to disconnect power cables for other hard disk drives installed in your computer and then rotate the air flow wall outward for easier access to the rear of the new hard disk drive...

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Do not open your computer or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the Important safety information in the ThinkStation Safety and Warranty Guide that came with your computer... To obtain a copy of the ThinkStation Safety and Warranty Guide, go to: http://www... lenovo... com/support

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Do not open your computer or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the Important safety information in the ThinkStation Safety and Warranty Guide that came with your computer... To obtain a copy of the ThinkStation Safety and Warranty Guide, go to: http://www... lenovo... com/support

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5... Install the optical drive retainer 1 on the side of the new optical drive... Then, slide the new optical drive into the optical drive bracket from the front of the computer until the optical drive snaps into position...

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Do not open your computer or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the Important safety information in the ThinkStation Safety and Warranty Guide that came with your computer... To obtain a copy of the ThinkStation Safety and Warranty Guide, go to: http://www... lenovo... com/support

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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 and fan assembly...

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9... Remove the plastic cover from the bottom of the new heat sink and fan assembly to expose the thermal grease (this cover protects the thermal grease from contamination)...

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Do not open your computer or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the Important safety information in the ThinkStation Safety and Warranty Guide that came with your computer... To obtain a copy of the ThinkStation Safety and Warranty Guide, go to: http://www... lenovo... com/support

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9... Holding the new microprocessor with your fingers, position the new microprocessor so that the notches on the new microprocessor are aligned with the tabs in the microprocessor socket...

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Do not open your computer or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the Important safety information in the ThinkStation Safety and Warranty Guide that came with your computer... To obtain a copy of the ThinkStation Safety and Warranty Guide, go to: http://www... lenovo... com/support

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Figure 29... Removing the six screws that secure the system board to the chassis

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The failing system board must be returned with microprocessor socket covers to protect the pins during shipping and handling... Install the microprocessor socket covers removed from the new system board on the failing system board...

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Do not open your computer or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the Important safety information in the ThinkStation Safety and Warranty Guide that came with your computer... To obtain a copy of the ThinkStation Safety and Warranty Guide, go to: http://www... lenovo... com/support...

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Do not open your computer or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the Important safety information in the ThinkStation Safety and Warranty Guide that came with your computer... To obtain a copy of the ThinkStation Safety and Warranty Guide, go to: http://www... lenovo... com/support...

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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...

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10... Remove the other six screws that secure the side cover as shown in the following illustration... Then, lift the side cover and remove it from the computer...

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11... Disconnect the power supply assembly cables from the system board and the drives... In some models, you might need to disconnect the power supply assembly cables from the Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) cards...

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16... Route the three power supply assembly cables through the two clips on the bottom of the hard disk drive cage following the inverse numerical sequence... Then, route the cables through the other two clips on the side of the hard disk drive cage following the numerical sequence...

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Do not open your computer or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the Important safety information in the ThinkStation Safety and Warranty Guide that came with your computer... To obtain a copy

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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...

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Do not open your computer or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the Important safety information in the ThinkStation Safety and Warranty Guide that came with your computer... To obtain a copy of the ThinkStation Safety and Warranty Guide, go to: http://www... lenovo... com/support

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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...

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Do not open your computer or attempt any repair before reading and understanding the Important safety information in the ThinkStation Safety and Warranty Guide that came with your computer... To obtain a copy of the ThinkStation Safety and Warranty Guide, go to: http://www... lenovo... com/support...

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7... Note the location of the internal speaker cable connection... Note the routing of the internal speaker cable... Disconnect the internal speaker cable from the system board... See Locating parts and connectors on the system board on page 71...

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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 70 for the locations of various components in your computer...

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Note: In most areas of the world, Lenovo requires the return of the defective Customer Replaceable Unit (CRU)... Information about this will come with the CRU or will come a few days after the CRU arrives...

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Note: In the following tables, a CRU (Customer Replaceable Unit) is identified as "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...

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Microprocessor, Intel Xeon E5506 - 2... 13GHz, Quad Core - 4... 8QPI, 4MB L2, DDR3-800, 80W

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MT 4265: 13G 14G 21G 22G 49G 24H 53K 53R 67M 68M 13U 13F 13S 13L 13D 13Y 13M 13A 13Q 13T 13C 13B 13H 13V 13K 13R 13E 13J 65V CTO 79M 74J 73C

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MT 4263: 61G 48C 49C 51C 52C 28A 36Q 65K 65R 71U 71F 71S 71L 71D 71Y 71G 71M 71A 71Q 71T 71C 71B 71H 71V 71K 71R 71E 23U 23F 23S 23L 23D 23Y 23M 23A 23Q 23T 23C 23B 23H 23V 23K 23R 23E 61U 61F 61S 61L 61L 61D 61Y 61M 61A 61Q 61T 61C 61B 61H 61V 61K 61R 61E CTO 86M 92A 96C 97U 97F 97S 97P 97L 97D 97Y 97M 97A 97Q 97T 97C 97B 97H 97V 97K 97R 97E 97J B9J

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MT 4263: 24G 67U 67F 67S 29A 72U 72F 72S 72L 72D 72Y 72G 72M 72A 72Q 72T 72C 72B 72H 72V 72K 72R 72E 63U 63F 63S 63L 63L 63D 63Y 63M 63A 63Q 63T 63C 63B 63H 63V 63K 63R 63E CTO 91M B3U B3F B6J B7U B7F B7S B7P B7L B7D B7Y B7G B7M B7A B7Q B7T B7C B7B B7H B7V B7K B7R B7E B7J

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Microprocessor, Intel Xeon E5606 - Quad Core - 2... 13Ghz - 4... 8 QPI, 8MB Cache, DDR3 - 1066, No HT, No Turbo, 80W

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Microprocessor, Intel Xeon E5607 - Quad Core - 2... 26Ghz - 4... 8 QPI, 8MB Cache, DDR3 - 1066, No HT, No Turbo, 80W

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MT 4263: 26A 27A 28A 29A 31T 32A 36Q 64K 64R 65K 65R 23U 23F 23S 23L 23D 23Y 23M 23A 23Q 23T 23C 23B 23H 23V 23K 23R 23E CTO 92A 93A

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MT 4263: 13G 14G 15G 18G 19G 23G 24G 25G 67U 67F 67S 57G 61G 62G 63G 47C 48C 49C 52C 53C 54C 55C 56C 34A 34T 35A 35T 66K 66R 72U 72F 72S 72L 72D 72Y 72G 72M 72A 72Q 72T 72C 72B 72H 72V 72K 72R 72E 79U 79F 79S CTO 86M 87M 88M 89M 91M 84J 85J 83C 94A 95A 96C 97U 97F 97S 97P 97L 97D 97Y 97M 97A 97Q 97T 97C 97B 97H 97V 97K 97R 97E 97J 98U 98F 98S 98P 98L 98D 98Y 98M 98A 98Q 98T 98C 98B 98H 98V 98K 98R 98E 98J 99U 99F 99S 99P 99L 99D 99Y 99M 99A 99Q 99T 99C 99B 99H 99V 99K 99R 99E 99J A1U A1F A1S A1P A1L A1D A1Y A1M A1A A1Q A1T A1C A1B A1H A1V A1K A1R A1E A1J A2U A2F A3U A3F A4U A4F A5J A6J A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3U B3F B4U B4F B5J B6J B7U B7F B7S B7P B7L B7D B7Y B7G B7M B7A B7Q B7T B7C B7B B7H B7V B7K B7R B7E B7J B8U B8F B8S B8P B8L B8D B8Y B8G B8M B8A B8Q B8T B8C B8B B8H B8V B8K B8R B8E B8J B9J C1G C2G C3G C4G C5G

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Memory module, 1GB DDR3 1RX8 RDIMM PC3-8500 (1066MHz)

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MT 4263: 63U 63F 63S 63L 63L 63D 63Y 63M 63A 63Q 63T 63C 63B 63H 63V 63K 63R 63E CTO

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MT 4263: 13G 14G 15G 18G 19G 23G 24G 25G 67U 67F 67S 57G 61G 62G 63G 47C 48C 49C 52C 53C 54C 55C 56C 26A 27A 28A 29A 31T 32A 34A 35A 36Q 64K 64R 65K 65R 66K 66R 79U 79F 79S 61F 61S 61L 61L 61D 61Y 61M 61A 61Q 61T 61C 61B 61H 61V 61K 61R 61E 63U 63F 63S 63L 63L 63D 63Y 63M 63A 63Q 63T 63C 63B 63H 63V 63K 63R 63E 74C CTO 86M 87M 88M 89M 91M 84J 85J 83C 92A 93A 94A 95A 96C 97U 97F 97S 97P 97L 97D 97Y 97M 97A 97Q 97T 97C 97B 97H 97V 97K 97R 97E 97J 98U 98F 98S 98P 98L 98D 98Y 98M 98A 98Q 98T 98C 98B 98H 98V 98K 98R 98E 98J 99U 99F 99S 99P 99L 99D 99Y 99M 99A 99Q 99T 99C 99B 99H 99V 99K 99R 99E 99J A1U A1F A1S A1P A1L A1D A1Y A1M A1A A1Q A1T A1C A1B A1H A1V A1K A1R A1E A1J A2U A2F A3U A3F A4U A4F A5J A6J A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3U B3F B4U B4F B5J B6J B7U B7F B7S B7P B7L B7D B7Y B7G B7M B7A B7Q B7T B7C B7B B7H B7V B7K B7R B7E B7J B8U B8F B8S B8P B8L B8D B8Y B8G B8M B8A B8Q B8T B8C B8B B8H B8V B8K B8R B8E B8J B9J C1G C2G C3G C4G C5G

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MT 4269: 11U 11F 11S 12U 12F 12S 13U 13F 13S 45M 46M 47M 17U 17F 17S 17L 17D 17Y 17G 17M 17A 17Q 17T 17C 17B 17H 17V 17K 17R 17E 17J 18G 19U 19F 19S 19L 19D 19Y 19G 19M 19A 19Q 19T 19C 19B 19H 19V 19K 19R 19E 19J 21U 21F 21S 21L 21D 21Y 21G 21M 21A 21Q 21T 21C 21B 21H 21V 21K 21R 21E 21J 22U 22F 22S 22L 22D 22Y 22G 22M 22A 22Q 22T 22C 22B 22H 22V 22K 22R 22E 22J 23G 24G 25G 26G 27G 28G 29G 31G 32G 33G 34G 35G 36A 37A 38A 39A 41A 44A 49Q CTO 55M 56M 57M 58M 59M 52J 53J 54J 51C 61B 61H 62A 63A 64A 65A 66A 68U 68F 69U 69F 71U 71F 72U 72F 73U 73F 74U 74F 75U 75F 76J 77J 78J 79J 81J 82J 83J 84J 85J 86J 87U 87F 87S 87P 87L 87D 87Y 87G 87M 87A 87Q 22T 87C 87B 87H 87V 87K 87R 87E 87J 88U 88F 89U 89F

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MT 4263: 13G 18G 23G 24G 25G 67U 67F 67S 57G 61G 62G 63G 48C 49C 53C 54C 55C 56C 35A 35T 65K 65R 68J 69J 79U 79F 79S CTO 86M 87M 88M 84J 83C 94A 95A 96C 97U 97F 97S 97P 97L 97D 97Y 97M 97A 97Q 97T 97C 97B 97H 97V 97K 97R 97E 97J 98U 98F 98S 98P 98L 98D 98Y 98M 98A 98Q 98T 98C 98B 98H 98V 98K 98R 98E 98J 99U 99F 99S 99P 99L 99D 99Y 99M 99A 99Q 99T 99C 99B 99H 99V 99K 99R 99E 99J A2U A2F A3U A3F A4U A4F A5J A6J B3U B3F B4U B4F B7U B7F B7S B7P B7L B7D B7Y B7G B7M B7A B7Q B7T B7C B7B B7H B7V B7K B7R B7E B7J B8U B8F B8S B8P B8L B8D B8Y B8G B8M B8A B8Q B8T B8C B8B B8H B8V B8K B8R B8E B8J C1G C2G C3 C4G C5G

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MT 4263: 14G 15G 36Q 66K 66R 72U 72F 72S 72L 72D 72Y 72G 72M 72A 72Q 72T 72C 72B 72H 72V 72K 72R 72E 23U 23F 23S 23L 23D 23Y 23M 23A 23Q 23T 23C 23B 23H 23V 23K 23R 23E 61F 61S 61L 61L 61D 61Y 61M 61A 61Q 61T 61C 61B 61H 61V 61K 61R 61E 63U 63F 63S 63L 63L 63D 63Y 63M 63A 63Q 63T 63C 63B 63H 63V 63K 63R 63E CTO

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MT 4269: 17U 17F 17S 17L 17D 17Y 17G 17M 17A 17Q 17T 17C 17B 17H 17V 17K 17R 17E 17J 41A CTO 51C 67C 79J 87U 87F 87S 87P 87L 87D 87Y 87G 87M 87A 87Q 22T 87C 87B 87H 87V 87K 87R 87E 87J 88U 88F 89U 89F

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MT 4269: 17U 17F 17S 17L 17D 17Y 17G 17M 17A 17Q 17T 17C 17B 17H 17V 17K 17R 17E 17J 41A CTO 51C 67C 79J 87U 87F 87S 87P 87L 87D 87Y 87G 87M 87A 87Q 22T 87C 87B 87H 87V 87K 87R 87E 87J 88U 88F 89U 89F

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MT 4263: CTO A1U A1F A1S A1P A1L A1D A1Y A1M A1A A1Q A1T A1C A1B A1H A1V A1K A1R A1E A1J B9J

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Hard disk drive, 147GB SAS - 15000 rpm, 3 Gb/s, 32MB cache, 3... 5"

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Hard disk drive, 160GB SATA Solid State Drive (SSD) - MLC-SM160, 2... 5"

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MT 4263: 13G 14G 15G 18G 19G 23G 24G 25G 67U 67F 67S 57G 61G 62G 63G 47C 48C 49C 52C 53C 54C 55C 56C 31T 32A 34A 35A 36Q 64K 64R 65K 65R 66K 66R 71U 71F 71S 71L 71D 71Y 71G 71M 71A 71Q 71T 71C 71B 71H 71V 71K 71R 71E 72U 72F 72S 72L 72D 72Y 72G 72M 72A 72Q 72T 72C 72B 72H 72V 72K 72R 72E 23U 23F 23S 23L 23D 23Y 23M 23A 23Q 23T 23C 23B 23H 23V 23K 23R 23E 79U 79F 79S 61U 61F 61S 61L 61L 61D 61Y 61M 61A 61Q 61T 61C 61B 61H 61V 61K 61R 61E 63U 63F 63S 63L 63L 63D 63Y 63M 63A 63Q 63T 63C 63B 63H 63V 63K 63R 63E CTO 86M 87M 88M 89M 91M 84J 85J 83C 92A 93A 94A 95A 96C 97U 97F 97S 97P 97L 97D 97Y 97M 97A 97Q 97T 97C 97B 97H 97V 97K 97R 97E 97J 98U 98F 98S 98P 98L 98D 98Y 98M 98A 98Q 98T 98C 98B 98H 98V 98K 98R 98E 98J 99U 99F 99S 99P 99L 99D 99Y 99M 99A 99Q 99T 99C 99B 99H 99V 99K 99R 99E 99J A1U A1F A1S A1P A1L A1D A1Y A1M A1A A1Q A1T A1C A1B A1H A1V A1K A1R A1E A1J A2U A2F A3U A3F A4U A4F A5J A6J B3U B3F B4U B4F B5J B6J B7U B7F B7S B7P B7L B7D B7Y B7G B7M B7A B7Q B7T B7C B7B B7H B7V B7K B7R B7E B7J B8U B8F B8S B8P B8L B8D B8Y B8G B8M B8A B8Q B8T B8C B8B B8H B8V B8K B8R B8E B8J B9J C1G C2G C3G C4G C5G

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MT 4263: 13G 14G 15G 18G 19G 23G 24G 25G 67U 67F 67S 57G 61G 62G 63G 47C 48C 49C 52C 53C 54C 55C 56C 31T 32A 34A 35A 36Q 64K 64R 65K 65R 66K 66R 71U 71F 71S 71L 71D 71Y 71G 71M 71A 71Q 71T 71C 71B 71H 71V 71K 71R 71E 72U 72F 72S 72L 72D 72Y 72G 72M 72A 72Q 72T 72C 72B 72H 72V 72K 72R 72E 23U 23F 23S 23L 23D 23Y 23M 23A 23Q 23T 23C 23B 23H 23V 23K 23R 23E 79U 79F 79S 61U 61F 61S 61L 61L 61D 61Y 61M 61A 61Q 61T 61C 61B 61H 61V 61K 61R 61E 63U 63F 63S 63L 63L 63D 63Y 63M 63A 63Q 63T 63C 63B 63H 63V 63K 63R 63E CTO 86M 87M 88M 89M 91M 84J 85J 83C 92A 93A 94A 95A 96C 97U 97F 97S 97P 97L 97D 97Y 97M 97A 97Q 97T 97C 97B 97H 97V 97K 97R 97E 97J 98U 98F 98S 98P 98L 98D 98Y 98M 98A 98Q 98T 98C 98B 98H 98V 98K 98R 98E 98J 99U 99F 99S 99P 99L 99D 99Y 99M 99A 99Q 99T 99C 99B 99H 99V 99K 99R 99E 99J A1U A1F A1S A1P A1L A1D A1Y A1M A1A A1Q A1T A1C A1B A1H A1V A1K A1R A1E A1J A2U A2F A3U A3F A4U A4F A5J A6J B3U B3F B4U B4F B5J B6J B7U B7F B7S B7P B7L B7D B7Y B7G B7M B7A B7Q B7T B7C B7B B7H B7V B7K B7R B7E B7J B8U B8F B8S B8P B8L B8D B8Y B8G B8M B8A B8Q B8T B8C B8B B8H B8V B8K B8R B8E B8J B9J C1G C2G C3G C4G C5G

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MT 4263: 13G 14G 15G 18G 19G 23G 24G 25G 67U 67F 67S 57G 61G 62G 63G 47C 48C 49C 52C 53C 54C 55C 56C 31T 32A 34A 35A 36Q 64K 64R 65K 65R 66K 66R 71U 71F 71S 71L 71D 71Y 71G 71M 71A 71Q 71T 71C 71B 71H 71V 71K 71R 71E 72U 72F 72S 72L 72D 72Y 72G 72M 72A 72Q 72T 72C 72B 72H 72V 72K 72R 72E 23U 23F 23S 23L 23D 23Y 23M 23A 23Q 23T 23C 23B 23H 23V 23K 23R 23E 79U 79F 79S 61U 61F 61S 61L 61L 61D 61Y 61M 61A 61Q 61T 61C 61B 61H 61V 61K 61R 61E 63U 63F 63S 63L 63L 63D 63Y 63M 63A 63Q 63T 63C 63B 63H 63V 63K 63R 63E CTO 86M 87M 88M 89M 91M 84J 85J 83C 92A 93A 94A 95A 96C 97U 97F 97S 97P 97L 97D 97Y 97M 97A 97Q 97T 97C 97B 97H 97V 97K 97R 97E 97J 98U 98F 98S 98P 98L 98D 98Y 98M 98A 98Q 98T 98C 98B 98H 98V 98K 98R 98E 98J 99U 99F 99S 99P 99L 99D 99Y 99M 99A 99Q 99T 99C 99B 99H 99V 99K 99R 99E 99J A1U A1F A1S A1P A1L A1D A1Y A1M A1A A1Q A1T A1C A1B A1H A1V A1K A1R A1E A1J A2U A2F A3U A3F A4U A4F A5J A6J B3U B3F B4U B4F B5J B6J B7U B7F B7S B7P B7L B7D B7Y B7G B7M B7A B7Q B7T B7C B7B B7H B7V B7K B7R B7E B7J B8U B8F B8S B8P B8L B8D B8Y B8G B8M B8A B8Q B8T B8C B8B B8H B8V B8K B8R B8E B8J B9J C1G C2G C3G C4G C5G

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MT 4263: 13G 14G 15G 18G 19G 23G 24G 25G 67U 67F 67S 57G 61G 62G 63G 47C 48C 49C 52C 53C 54C 55C 56C 31T 32A 34A 35A 36Q 64K 64R 65K 65R 66K 66R 71U 71F 71S 71L 71D 71Y 71G 71M 71A 71Q 71T 71C 71B 71H 71V 71K 71R 71E 72U 72F 72S 72L 72D 72Y 72G 72M 72A 72Q 72T 72C 72B 72H 72V 72K 72R 72E 23U 23F 23S 23L 23D 23Y 23M 23A 23Q 23T 23C 23B 23H 23V 23K 23R 23E 79U 79F 79S 61U 61F 61S 61L 61L 61D 61Y 61M 61A 61Q 61T 61C 61B 61H 61V 61K 61R 61E 63U 63F 63S 63L 63L 63D 63Y 63M 63A 63Q 63T 63C 63B 63H 63V 63K 63R 63E CTO 86M 87M 88M 89M 91M 84J 85J 83C 92A 93A 94A 95A 96C 97U 97F 97S 97P 97L 97D 97Y 97M 97A 97Q 97T 97C 97B 97H 97V 97K 97R 97E 97J 98U 98F 98S 98P 98L 98D 98Y 98M 98A 98Q 98T 98C 98B 98H 98V 98K 98R 98E 98J 99U 99F 99S 99P 99L 99D 99Y 99M 99A 99Q 99T 99C 99B 99H 99V 99K 99R 99E 99J A1U A1F A1S A1P A1L A1D A1Y A1M A1A A1Q A1T A1C A1B A1H A1V A1K A1R A1E A1J A2U A2F A3U A3F A4U A4F A5J A6J B3U B3F B4U B4F B5J B6J B7U B7F B7S B7P B7L B7D B7Y B7G B7M B7A B7Q B7T B7C B7B B7H B7V B7K B7R B7E B7J B8U B8F B8S B8P B8L B8D B8Y B8G B8M B8A B8Q B8T B8C B8B B8H B8V B8K B8R B8E B8J B9J C1G C2G C3G C4G C5G

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MT 4263: 13G 14G 15G 18G 19G 23G 24G 25G 67U 67F 67S 57G 61G 62G 63G 47C 48C 49C 52C 53C 54C 55C 56C 31T 32A 34A 35A 36Q 64K 64R 65K 65R 66K 66R 71U 71F 71S 71L 71D 71Y 71G 71M 71A 71Q 71T 71C 71B 71H 71V 71K 71R 71E 72U 72F 72S 72L 72D 72Y 72G 72M 72A 72Q 72T 72C 72B 72H 72V 72K 72R 72E 23U 23F 23S 23L 23D 23Y 23M 23A 23Q 23T 23C 23B 23H 23V 23K 23R 23E 79U 79F 79S 61U 61F 61S 61L 61L 61D 61Y 61M 61A 61Q 61T 61C 61B 61H 61V 61K 61R 61E 63U 63F 63S 63L 63L 63D 63Y 63M 63A 63Q 63T 63C 63B 63H 63V 63K 63R 63E CTO 86M 87M 88M 89M 91M 84J 85J 83C 92A 93A 94A 95A 96C 97U 97F 97S 97P 97L 97D 97Y 97M 97A 97Q 97T 97C 97B 97H 97V 97K 97R 97E 97J 98U 98F 98S 98P 98L 98D 98Y 98M 98A 98Q 98T 98C 98B 98H 98V 98K 98R 98E 98J 99U 99F 99S 99P 99L 99D 99Y 99M 99A 99Q 99T 99C 99B 99H 99V

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MT 4263: 13G 14G 15G 18G 19G 23G 24G 25G 67U 67F 67S 57G 61G 62G 63G 47C 48C 49C 52C 53C 54C 55C 56C 31T 32A 34A 35A 36Q 64K 64R 65K 65R 66K 66R 71U 71F 71S 71L 71D 71Y 71G 71M 71A 71Q 71T 71C 71B 71H 71V 71K 71R 71E 72U 72F 72S 72L 72D 72Y 72G 72M 72A 72Q 72T 72C 72B 72H 72V 72K 72R 72E 23U 23F 23S 23L 23D 23Y 23M 23A 23Q 23T 23C 23B 23H 23V 23K 23R 23E 79U 79F 79S 61U 61F 61S 61L 61L 61D 61Y 61M 61A 61Q 61T 61C 61B 61H 61V 61K 61R 61E 63U 63F 63S 63L 63L 63D 63Y 63M 63A 63Q 63T 63C 63B 63H 63V 63K 63R 63E CTO 86M 87M 88M 89M 91M 84J 85J 83C 92A 93A 94A 95A 96C 97U 97F 97S 97P 97L 97D 97Y 97M 97A 97Q 97T 97C 97B 97H 97V 97K 97R 97E 97J 98U 98F 98S 98P 98L 98D 98Y 98M 98A 98Q 98T 98C 98B 98H 98V 98K 98R 98E 98J 99U 99F 99S 99P 99L 99D 99Y 99M 99A 99Q 99T 99C 99B 99H 99V 99K 99R 99E 99J A1U A1F A1S A1P A1L A1D A1Y A1M A1A A1Q A1T A1C A1B A1H A1V A1K A1R A1E A1J A2U A2F A3U A3F A4U A4F A5J A6J B3U B3F B4U B4F B5J B6J B7U B7F B7S B7P B7L B7D B7Y B7G B7M B7A B7Q B7T B7C B7B B7H B7V B7K B7R B7E B7J B8U B8F

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MT 4263: 13G 14G 15G 18G 19G 23G 24G 25G 67U 67F 67S 57G 61G 62G 63G 47C 48C 49C 52C 53C 54C 55C 56C 31T 32A 34A 35A 36Q 64K 64R 65K 65R 66K 66R 71U 71F 71S 71L 71D 71Y 71G 71M 71A 71Q 71T 71C 71B 71H 71V 71K 71R 71E 72U 72F 72S 72L 72D 72Y 72G 72M 72A 72Q 72T 72C 72B 72H 72V 72K 72R 72E 23U 23F 23S 23L 23D 23Y 23M 23A 23Q 23T 23C 23B 23H 23V 23K 23R 23E 79U 79F 79S 61U 61F 61S 61L 61L 61D 61Y 61M 61A 61Q 61T 61C 61B 61H 61V 61K 61R 61E 63U 63F 63S 63L 63L 63D 63Y 63M 63A 63Q 63T 63C 63B 63H 63V 63K 63R 63E CTO 86M 87M 88M 89M 91M 84J 85J 83C 92A 93A 94A 95A 96C 97U 97F 97S 97P 97L 97D 97Y 97M 97A 97Q 97T 97C 97B 97H 97V 97K 97R 97E 97J 98U 98F 98S 98P 98L 98D 98Y 98M 98A 98Q 98T 98C 98B 98H 98V 98K 98R 98E 98J 99U 99F 99S 99P 99L 99D 99Y 99M 99A 99Q 99T 99C 99B 99H 99V 99K 99R 99E 99J A1U A1F A1S A1P A1L A1D A1Y A1M A1A A1Q A1T A1C A1B A1H A1V A1K A1R A1E A1J A2U A2F A3U A3F A4U A4F A5J A6J B3U B3F B4U B4F B5J B6J B7U B7F B7S B7P B7L B7D B7Y B7G B7M B7A B7Q B7T B7C B7B B7H B7V B7K B7R B7E B7J B8U B8F B8S B8P B8L B8D B8Y B8G B8M B8A B8Q B8T B8C B8B B8H B8V B8K B8R B8E B8J B9J C1G C2G C3G C4G C5G

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MT 4269: 11U 11F 11S 12U 12F 12S 13U 13F 13S 45M 46M 47M 17U 17F 17S 17L 17D 17Y 17G 17M 17A 17Q 17T 17C 17B 17H 17V 17K 17R 17E 17J 18G 19U 19F 19S 19L 19D 19Y 19G 19M 19A 19Q 19T 19C 19B 19H 19V 19K 19R 19E 19J 21U 21F 21S 21L 21D 21Y 21G 21M 21A 21Q 21T 21C 21B 21H 21V 21K 21R 21E 21J 22U 22F 22S 22L 22D 22Y 22G 22M 22A 22Q 22T 22C 22B 22H 22V 22K 22R 22E 22J 23G 24G 25G 26G 27G 28G 29G 31G 32G 33G 34G 35G 36A 37A 38A 39A 41A 42C 43C 44A 49Q CTO 55M 56M 57M 58M 59M 52J 53J 54J 51C 61B 61H 62A 63A 64A 65A 66A 67C 68U 68F 69U 69F 71U 71F 72U 72F 73U 73F 74U 74F 75U 75F 76J 77J 78J 79J 81J 82J 83J 84J 85J 86J 87U 87F 87S 87P 87L 87D 87Y 87G 87M 87A 87Q 22T 87C 87B 87H 87V 87K 87R 87E 87J 88U 88F 89U 89F

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FRU, optical disk drive cage assembly (cage, retainer, label)

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FRU, front panel switch cable assembly with plastic bracket

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FRU, card holder assembly (bracket and mylar)

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MT 4263: 13G 14G 15G 18G 19G 23G 24G 25G 67U 57G 61G 62G 63G 26A 27A 28A 29A 32A 34A 35A 36Q 64R 65R 66R 71U 71L 71G 71M 71A 71Q 71H 71E 71R 72U 72L 72G 72M 72A 72Q 72H 72E 72R 23U 23L 23M 23A 23Q 23H 23R 23E 79U 61U 61L 61M 61A 61Q 61H 61E 61R 63U 63L 63M 63A 63Q 63H 63E 63R CTO 86M 87M 88M 89M 91M 92A 93A 94A 95A 97U 97L 97M 97A 97Q 97H 97R 97E 98U 98L 98M 98A 98Q 98H 98R 98E 99U 99L 99M 99A 99Q 99H 99R 99E A1U A1L A1M A1A A1Q A1H A1R A1E A2U A3U A4U B3U B4U B7U B7L B7M B7A B7Q B7H B7R B7E B8U B8L B8M B8A B8Q B8H B8R B8E C1G C2G C3G C4G C5G

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MT 4263: 13G 14G 15G 18G 19G 23G 24G 25G 57G 61G 62G 63G 71G 72G CTO 97G 98G 99G A1G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B7G B8G

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MT 4263: 13G 14G 15G 18G 19G 23G 24G 25G 57G 61G 62G 63G 71G 72G CTO 97G 98G 99G A1G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B7G B8G

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MT 4263: 13G 14G 15G 18G 19G 23G 24G 25G 57G 61G 62G 63G 71G 72G CTO 97G 98G 99G A1G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B7G B8G

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MT 4263: 13G 14G 15G 18G 19G 23G 24G 25G 57G 61G 62G 63G 71G 72G CTO 97G 98G 99G A1G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B7G B8G

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MT 4265: 35J 38J 39J 41J 42J 71J 56J 57J 58J 59J 13J 26J CTO 74J 75J 76J 77J 78J 83J 84J 85J 86J 87J 88J 94J 1DJ 1EJ 1FJ 1GJ 1HJ 1NJ 1PJ 1RJ 2AJ 2BJ 2CJ

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MT 4263: 67S 71S 71D 71Y 72S 72D 72Y 12S 12D 12Y 23S 23D 23Y 79S 61S 61D 61Y 63S 63D 63Y CTO 97S 97D 97Y 98S 98D 98Y 99S 99D 99Y A1S A1D A1Y B7S B7D B7Y B8S B8D B8Y

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MT 4263: 13G 14G 15G 18G 19G 23G 24G 25G 57G 61G 62G 63G 71G 72G CTO 97G 98G 99G A1G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B7G B8G

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MT 4263: 13G 14G 15G 18G 19G 23G 24G 25G 57G 61G 62G 63G 71G 72G CTO 97G 98G 99G A1G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B7G B8G

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MT 4263: 13G 14G 15G 18G 19G 23G 24G 25G 57G 61G 62G 63G 71G 72G CTO 97G 98G 99G A1G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B7G B8G

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MT 4263: 13G 14G 15G 18G 19G 23G 24G 25G 57G 61G 62G 63G 71G 72G CTO 97G 98G 99G A1G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B7G B8G

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Keyboard - USB Preferred Pro Fingerprint Reader Keyboard FRU # CRU

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MT 4263: 13G 14G 15G18G 19G 23G 24G 25G 67U 67F 67S 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G 63G 47C 48C 49C 52C 53C 54C 55C 56C 26A 27A 28A 29A 31T 32A 34A 35A 36Q 64K 64R 65K 65R 66K 66R 71U 71F 71S 71L 71D 71Y 71G 71M 71A 71Q 71T 71C 71B 71H 71V 71K 71R 71E 72U 72F 72S 72L 72D 72Y 72G 72M 72A 72Q 72T 72C 72B 72H 72V 72K 72R 72E 23U 23F 23S 23L 23D 23Y 23M 23A 23Q 23T 23C 23B 23H 23V 23K 23R 23E 79U 79F 79S 61F 61S 61L 61L 61D 61Y 61M 61A 61Q 61T 61C 61B 61H 61V 61K 61R 61E 63U 63F 63S 63L 63L 63D 63Y 63M 63A 63Q 63T 63C 63B 63H 63V 63K 63R 63E 74C CTO 86M 87M 88M 89M 91M 84J 85J 83C 92A 93A 94A 95A 96C 97U 97F 97S 97P 97L 97D 97Y 97M 97A 97Q 97T 97C 97B 97H 97V 97K 97R 97E 97J 98U 98F 98S 98P 98L 98D 98Y 98M 98A 98Q 98T 98C 98B 98H 98V 98K 98R 98E 98J 99U 99F 99S 99P 99L 99D 99Y 99M 99A 99Q 99T 99C 99B 99H 99V 99K 99R 99E 99J A1U A1F A1S A1P A1L A1D A1Y A1M A1A A1Q A1T A1C A1B A1H A1V A1K A1R A1E A1J A2U A2F A3U A3F A4U A4F A5J A6J A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3U B4U B4F B5J B6J B7U B7F B7S B7P B7L B7D B7Y B7G B7M B7A B7Q B7T B7C B7B B7H B7V B7K B7R B7E B7J B8U B8F B8S B8P B8L B8D B8Y B8G B8M B8A B8Q B8T B8C B8B B8H B8V B8K B8R B8E B8J B9J C1G C2G C3G C4G C5G

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21F 21S 21L 21D 21Y 21G 21M 21A 21Q 21T 21C 21B 21H 21V 21K 21R 21E 21J 22U 22F 22S 22L 22D 22Y 22G 22M 22A 22Q 22T 22C 22B 22H 22V 22K 22R 22E 22J 23G 24G 25G 26G 27G 28G 29G 31G 32G 33G 34G 35G 36A 37A 38A 39A 41A 42C 43C 44A 49Q CTO 55M 56M 57M 58M 59M 52J 53J 54J 51C 61B 61H 62A 63A 64A 65A 66A 67C 68U 68F 69U 69F 71U 71F 72U 72F 73U 73F 74U 74F 75U 75F 76J 77J 78J 79J 81J 82J 83J 84J 85J 86J 87U 87F 87S 87P 87L 87D 87Y 87G 87M 87A 87Q 22T 87C 87B 87H 87V 87K 87R 87E 87J 88U 88F 89U 89F

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MT 4263: 24G 26A 27A 28A 36Q 71U 71F 71S 71L 71D 71Y 71G 71M 71A 71Q 71T 71C 71B 71H 71V 71K 71R 71E 72U 72F 72S 72L 72D 72Y 72G 72M 72A 72Q 72T 72C 72B 72H 72V 72K 72R 72E 23U 23F 23S 23L 23D 23Y 23M 23A 23Q 23T 23C 23B 23H 23V 23K 23R 23E CTO A1U A1F A1S A1P A1L A1D A1Y A1M A1A A1Q A1T A1C A1B A1H A1V A1K A1R A1E A1J

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MT 4263: 14G 19G 25G CTO 99U 99F 99S 99P 99L 99D 99Y 99M 99A 99Q 99T 99C 99B 99H 99V 99K 99R 99E 99J B6J

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MT 4263: CTO 97U 97F 97S 97P 97L 97D 97Y 97M 97A 97Q 97T 97C 97B 97H 97V 97K 97R 97E 97J B8U B8F B8S B8P B8L B8D B8Y B8G B8M B8A B8Q B8T B8C B8B B8H B8V B8K B8R B8E B8J

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MT 4263: 64K 64R 65K 65R 66K 66R 71K 71R 72K 72R 23K 23R 61K 61R 63K 63R CTO 97K 97R 98K 98R 99K 99R A1K A1R B7K B7R B8K B8R

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MT 4263: 26A 27A 28A 29A 31A 32A 33A 34A 35A 71A 72A 23A 61B 61H 62B 62H CTO 92A 93A 94A 95A 97B 97H 97A 98B 98H 98A 99B 99H 99A A1B A1H A1A A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B7G B7A B7B B7H B8G B8A B8B B8H C1G C2G C3G C4G C5G

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MT 4263: 13G 14G 15G 18G 19G 23G 24G 25G 57G 61G 62G 63G 26A 27A 28A 29A 31A 32A 33A 34A 35A 71M 72M 71G 72G CTO 86M 87M 88M 89M 91M 92A 93A 94A 95A 97G 97M 97A 98G 98M 98A 99G 99M 99A A1G A1M A1A A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B7G B7M B7A B8G B8M B8A C1G C2G C3G C4G C5G

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MT 4263: 13G 14G 15G 18G 19G 23G 24G 25G 67U 67F 67S 57G 61G 62G 63G 26T 27T 28T 29T 31T 32T 33T 34T 35T 26A 27A 28A 29A 32A 34A 35A 71U 71F 71S 71D 71L 71A 71T 72U 72F 72S 72D 72L 72A 72T 23U 23F 23S 23D 23L 23A 23T 79U 79F 79S 81U 81F 81S 82U 82F 82S 61U 61F 61S 61L 61D 61A 61T 63U 63F 63S 63L 63D 63A 63T CTO 92A 93A 94A 95A 97U 97F 97S 97L 97D 97A 97T 98U 98F 98S 98L 98D 98A 98T 99U 99F 99S 99L 99D 99A 99T A1U A1F A1S A1L A1D A1A A1T A2U A2F A3U A3F A4U A4F B3U B3F B4U B4F B7U B7F B7S B7D B7L B7A B7T B8U B8F B8S B8D B8L B8A B8T C1G C2G C3G C4G C5G

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MT 4265: 39J 41J 42J 71J 56J 57J 58J 59J 13E 13J 26J CTO 74J 75J 76J 77J 78J 83J 84J 85J 86J 87J 88J 94J 1DJ 1EJ 1FJ 1GJ 1HJ 1NJ 1PJ 1RJ 2AJ 2BJ 2CJ 2JJ

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MT 4263: 26A 27A 28A 29A 31A 32A 33A 34A 35A 71A 72A 23A 61B 61H 62B 62H CTO 92A 93A 94A 95A 97B 97H 97A 98B 98H 98A 99B 99H 99A A1B A1H A1A A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B7G B7A B7B B7H B8G B8A B8B B8H C1G C2G C3G C4G C5G

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MT 4263: 67S 71S 71Y 71L 71G 72S 72Y 72L 72G 23S 23Y 23L CTO 97S 97Y 97L 98S 98Y 98L 99S 99Y 99L A1S A1Y A1L A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B7S B7Y B7G B8S B8Y B8G C1G C2G C3G C4G C5G

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MT 4263: 13G 14G 15G 18G 19G 23G 24G 25G 57G 61G 62G 63G 26A 27A 28A 29A 31A 32A 33A 34A 35A 71M 72M 71G 72G CTO 86M 87M 88M 89M 91M 92A 93A 94A 95A 97G 97M 97A 98G 98M 98A 99G 99M 99A A1G A1M A1A A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B7G B7M B7A B8G B8M B8A C1G C2G C3G C4G C5G

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Windows XP Professional 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...

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Windows XP Professional 64 Mono 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...

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Windows Vista Business 64 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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MT 4263: 13G 14G 15G 18G 19G 23G 24G 25G 67U 57G 61G 62G 63G 26A 27A 28A 29A 32A 34A 35A 36Q 64R 65R 66R 71U 71L 71G 71M 71A 71Q 71H 71R 71E 72U 72L 72G 72M 72A 72Q 72H 72R 72E 23U 23L 23M 23A 23 23H 23R 23E 79U 61U 63U 61L 63L 61M 61A 61Q 63M 63A 63Q 61H 63H 61R 61E 63R 63E CTO 86M 87M 88M 89M 91M 92A 93A 94A 95A 97U 97L 97M 97A 97Q 97H 97R 97E 98U 98L 98M 98A 98Q 98H 98R 98E 99U 99L 99M 99A 99Q 99H 99R 99E A1U A1L A1M A1A A1Q A1H A1R A1E A2U A3U A4U A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G B3U B4U B7U B7L B7G B7M B7A B7Q B7T B7R B7E B8U B8L B8G B8M B8A B8Q B8T B8R B8E C1G C2G C3G C4G C5G

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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...

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Recovering from a POST/BIOS update failure If power to your computer is interrupted while the POST/BIOS is being updated (flash update), your computer might not restart correctly... If this happens, perform the following procedure commonly called Boot-block Recovery...

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System memory speed The Intel Xeon microprocessor families compatible with this ThinkStation computer feature an integrated memory controller, which provides the microprocessor with direct access to the system memory... Because of this design, the system memory speed will be determined by a number of factors, including the microprocessor model and the type, speed, size (capacity), and number of DIMMs installed... Refer to the following table for the information on the supported system memory speed for your computer model...

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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...

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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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Setup Utility program 37 Setup Utility program, exiting 40 Setup Utility program, starting 37 speed, memory 231 starting the Setup Utility program 37 startup device 39

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(flashing) the BIOS 229 updating (flashing) the BIOS 230 user, password 38 using

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