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Summary of Content for Lenovo ThinkStation E32 Workstation Hardware Maintenance Manual PDF

Hardware Maintenance Manual

Machine Tyeps: 4215, 4219, 4220, 4221, and 4222.

Hardware Maintenance Manual

Machine Tyeps: 4215, 4219, 4220, 4221, and 4222.

Note

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 169.

Fourth Edition (Octorber 2011)

Copyright Lenovo 2010, 2011.

LENOVO products, data, computer software, and services have been developed exclusively at private expense and are sold to governmental entities as commercial items as defined by 48 C.F.R. 2.101 with limited and restricted rights to use, reproduction and disclosure.

LIMITED AND RESTRICTED RIGHTS NOTICE: If products, data, computer software, or services 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.

Contents

Chapter 1. About this manual . . . . . . 1 Important Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . 1 Important information about replacing RoHS compliant FRUs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

Chapter 2. Safety information. . . . . . 3 General safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Electrical safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Voltage-selection switch . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Safety inspection guide . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Handling electrostatic discharge-sensitive devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Grounding requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Safety notices (multi-lingual translations) . . . . . 6

Chapter 3. General information . . . . 29 Online Books folder. . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Lenovo ThinkVantage Tools . . . . . . . . . 29 Lenovo Welcome. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Additional information resources . . . . . . . 29 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

Chapter 4. General Checkout . . . . . 31 Problem determination tips . . . . . . . . . . 31

Chapter 5. Diagnostics . . . . . . . . 33 Lenovo ThinkVantage Toolbox . . . . . . . . 33 Lenovo System Toolbox . . . . . . . . . . . 33 PC-Doctor for Rescue and Recovery . . . . . . 34 PC-Doctor for DOS . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34

Creating a diagnostic disc . . . . . . . . 34 Running the diagnostic program from a diagnostic disc . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Navigating through the diagnostics programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Running tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Viewing the test log . . . . . . . . . . . 36

Chapter 6. Using the Setup Utility program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Starting the Setup Utility program . . . . . . . 39 Viewing and changing settings . . . . . . . . 39 Using passwords. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39

Password considerations . . . . . . . . . 39 Power-On Password . . . . . . . . . . 40 Administrator Password . . . . . . . . . 40 Hard Disk Password. . . . . . . . . . . 40 Setting, changing, and deleting a password . 40

Enabling or disabling a device . . . . . . . . 40 Selecting a startup device . . . . . . . . . . 41

Selecting a temporary startup device . . . . 41 Selecting or changing the startup device sequence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41

Advanced settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Exiting from the Setup Utility program . . . . . 41

Chapter 7. Configuring RAID . . . . . 43 RAID Level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Configuring the system BIOS to enable SATA RAID functionality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Creating RAID volumes . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Deleting RAID volumes . . . . . . . . . . . 44

Chapter 8. Symptom-to-FRU Index . . 45 Hard disk drive boot error . . . . . . . . . . 45 Power Supply Problems . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Diagnostic error codes . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Beep symptoms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 POST error codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Miscellaneous error messages . . . . . . . . 65 Undetermined problems . . . . . . . . . . . 67

Chapter 9. Replacing FRUs . . . . . . 69 Locations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69

Locating connectors on the front of your computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69 Locating connectors on the rear of your computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69 Locating components . . . . . . . . . . 70 Locating parts on the system board . . . . 71 Locating internal drives . . . . . . . . . 72

Removing the computer cover . . . . . . . . 73 Removing and reinstalling the front bezel . . . . 74 Installing or replacing a PCI card . . . . . . . 75 Installing or replacing a memory module . . . . 78 Installing or replacing the optical drive . . . . . 80 Replacing the power supply assembly . . . . . 82 Replacing the battery . . . . . . . . . . . . 83 Replacing the heat sink and fan assembly . . . . 85 Replacing the microprocessor . . . . . . . . 86 Replacing the system board . . . . . . . . . 88 Replacing the primary hard disk drive. . . . . . 91 Replacing the secondary hard disk drive . . . . 93 Replacing the card reader . . . . . . . . . . 95 Replacing the front fan assembly . . . . . . . 96 Replacing the rear fan assembly. . . . . . . . 98

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Replacing the front audio and USB assembly . . 100 Replacing the internal speaker . . . . . . . . 101 Completing the FRU replacement . . . . . . . 103

Chapter 10. FRU lists . . . . . . . . 105 Overall: MT 4215, 4219, 4220, 4221, and 4222 . . 105 Mechanical FRUs . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116 Keyboard and Mouse . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 Adapters and miscellaneous FRUs . . . . . . . 141 Power Cords . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144 Recovery discs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150

Windows Vista Business 32 Recovery CD . . 150 Windows 7 Professional 64 Recovery CD . . 151 Windows 7 Professional 64 Office 2010 Starter Recovery CD . . . . . . . . . . . . . 156 Windows XP Professional 64 Recovery CD . . 161 Windows XP Professional 64 Mono Recovery CD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161 Windows XP Professional Recovery CD . . . 162

Chapter 11. Additional service information . . . . . . . . . . . . . 165

Security features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 165 Hardware-controlled passwords . . . . . . 165 Operating system password . . . . . . . 165 Vital product data. . . . . . . . . . . . 165

BIOS levels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 165 Updating (flashing) the BIOS . . . . . . . . . 165

Updating (flashing) the BIOS from a disc. . . 166 Updating (flashing) BIOS from your operating system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 166

Recovering from a POST/BIOS update failure . . 166 Power management . . . . . . . . . . . . 167

Automatic configuration and power interface (ACPI) BIOS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 167 Automatic Power-On features . . . . . . . 167

Appendix A. Notices. . . . . . . . . 169 Television output notice . . . . . . . . . . . 170 Trademarks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 170

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Chapter 1. About this manual

This manual contains service and reference information for ThinkStation computers listed on the cover. It is intended only for trained servicers who are familiar with Lenovo computer products.

Before servicing a Lenovo product, be sure to read the Safety Information in Chapter 2 Safety information on page 3.

Chapter 8 Symptom-to-FRU Index on page 45 and Chapter 11 Additional service information on page 165 chapters are not specific to any machine type and are applicable to all ThinkStation computers.

This manual includes a complete FRU part number listing for each machine type and model listed on the cover. If you have Internet access, 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 book before performing any of the instructions.

Veuillez lire toutes les consignes de type DANGER et ATTENTION du prsent document avant d'excuter les instructions.

Lesen Sie unbedingt alle Hinweise vom Typ "ACHTUNG" oder "VORSICHT" in dieser Dokumentation, bevor Sie irgendwelche Vorgnge durchfhren

Leggere le istruzioni introdotte da ATTENZIONE e PERICOLO presenti nel manuale prima di eseguire una qualsiasi delle istruzioni

Certifique-se de ler todas as instrues de cuidado e perigo neste manual antes de executar qualquer uma das instrues

Es importante que lea todas las declaraciones de precaucin 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

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be noncompliant, but in all cases, if the parts are compliant, the replacement parts must also be compliant.

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 ThinkStation 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

Non-RoHS Can be RoHS

Non-RoHS Can substitute for RoHS

RoHS Must be RoHS

Must be 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 server/workstation 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 an electric 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 (FRUs)

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 an electric shock. By observing the above rule, you may prevent a current from passing through your body.

When using a tester, set the controls correctly and use the approved probe leads and accessories for that tester.

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.

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)

French

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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.

2. First, attach all cables to devices.

3. Attach signal cables to connectors.

4. Attach power cords to outlet.

5. Turn device ON.

1. Turn everything OFF.

2. First, remove power cords from outlet.

3. Remove signal cables from connectors.

4. Remove all cables from devices.

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 100C (212F)

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.

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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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PERIGO

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A corrente eltrica proveniente de cabos de alimentao, de telefone e de comunicaes perigosa.

Para evitar risco de choque eltrico:

No conecte nem desconecte nenhum cabo ou execute instalao, manuteno ou reconfigurao deste produto durante uma tempestade com raios.

Conecte todos os cabos de alimentao a tomadas eltricas corretamente instaladas e aterradas.

Todo equipamento que for conectado a este produto deve ser conectado a tomadas corretamente instaladas.

Quando possvel, utilize apenas uma das mos para conectar ou desconectar cabos de sinal.

Nunca ligue nenhum equipamento quando houver evidncia de fogo, gua ou danos estruturais.

Antes de abrir tampas de dispositivos, desconecte cabos de alimentao, sistemas de telecomunicao, redes e modems conectados, a menos que especificado de maneira diferente nos procedimentos de instalao e configurao.

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.

2. Primeiramente, conecte todos os cabos aos dispositivos.

3. Conecte os cabos de sinal aos conectores.

4. Conecte os cabos de alimentao s tomadas.

5. LIGUE os dispositivos.

1. DESLIGUE Tudo.

2. Primeiramente, remova os cabos de alimentao das tomadas.

3. Remova os cabos de sinal dos conectores.

4. Remova todos os cabos dos dispositivos.

CUIDADO:

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.

No:

Jogue ou coloque na gua

Aquea a mais de 100C (212F)

Conserte nem desmonte

Descarte a bateria conforme requerido pelas leis ou regulamentos locais.

PRECAUCIN:

Quando produtos a laser (como unidades de CD-ROMs, unidades de DVD-ROM, dispositivos de fibra tica ou transmissores) estiverem instalados, observe o seguinte:

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No remova as tampas. A remoo das tampas de um produto a laser pode resultar em exposio prejudicial radiao de laser. No existem peas que podem ser consertadas no interior do dispositivo.

A utilizao de controles ou ajustes ou a execuo de procedimentos diferentes dos especificados aqui pode resultar em exposio prejudicial radiao.

PERIGO

Alguns produtos a laser contm diodo de laser integrado da Classe 3A ou da Classe 3B. Observe o seguinte:

Radiao a laser quando aberto. No olhe diretamente para o feixe a olho nu ou com instrumentos pticos e evite exposio direta ao feixe.

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CUIDADO:

Utilize procedimentos de segurana para levantar equipamentos.

CUIDADO:

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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DANGER

Le courant lectrique provenant de l'alimentation, du tlphone et des cbles de transmission peut prsenter un danger.

Pour viter tout risque de choc lectrique :

Ne manipulez aucun cble et n'effectuez aucune opration 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 cbl et mis la terre.

Branchez sur des socles de prise de courant correctement cbls tout quipement connect ce produit.

Lorsque cela est possible, n'utilisez qu'une seule main pour connecter ou dconnecter les cbles d'interface.

Ne mettez jamais un quipement sous tension en cas d'incendie ou d'inondation, ou en prsence de dommages matriels.

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).

Lorsque vous installez, que vous dplacez, ou que vous manipulez le prsent produit ou des priphriques qui lui sont raccords, reportez-vous aux instructions ci-dessous pour connecter et dconnecter les diffrents cordons.

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Connexion Dconnexion

1. Mettez les units HORS TENSION.

2. Commencez par brancher tous les cordons sur les units.

3. Branchez les cbles d'interface sur des connecteurs.

4. Branchez les cordons d'alimentation sur des prises.

5. Mettez les units SOUS TENSION.

1. Mettez les units HORS TENSION.

2. Dbranchez les cordons d'alimentation des prises.

3. Dbranchez les cbles d'interface des connecteurs.

4. Dbranchez tous les cbles des units.

ATTENTION:

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.

Ne pas :

la jeter l'eau,

l'exposer des tempratures suprieures 100C,

chercher la rparer ou la dmonter.

Ne pas mettre la pile la poubelle. Pour la mise au rebut, se reporter la rglementation en vigueur.

ATTENTION:

Si des produits laser (tels que des units de CD-ROM, de DVD-ROM, des units fibres optiques, ou des metteurs) sont installs, prenez connaissance des informations suivantes :

Ne retirez pas le carter. En ouvrant l'unit de CD-ROM ou de DVD-ROM, vous vous exposez au rayonnement dangereux du laser. Aucune pice de l'unit n'est rparable.

Pour viter tout risque d'exposition au rayon laser, respectez les consignes de rglage et d'utilisation des commandes, ainsi que les procdures dcrites dans le prsent manuel.

DANGER

Certains produits laser contiennent une diode laser intgre 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 l'aide d'instruments optiques.

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ATTENTION:

Soulevez la machine avec prcaution.

ATTENTION:

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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VORSICHT

An Netz-, Telefon- und Datenleitungen knnen gefhrliche Spannungen anliegen.

Aus Sicherheitsgrnden:

Bei Gewitter an diesem Gert keine Kabel anschlieen oder lsen. Ferner keine Installations-, Wartungs- oder Rekonfigurationsarbeiten durchfhren.

Gert nur an eine Schutzkontaktsteckdose mit ordnungsgem geerdetem Schutzkontakt anschlieen.

Alle angeschlossenen Gerte ebenfalls an Schutzkontaktsteckdosen mit ordnungsgem geerdetem Schutzkontakt anschlieen.

Die Signalkabel nach Mglichkeit einhndig anschlieen oder lsen, um einen Stromschlag durch Berhren von Oberflchen mit unterschiedlichem elektrischem Potenzial zu vermeiden.

Gerte niemals einschalten, wenn Hinweise auf Feuer, Wasser oder Gebudeschden vorliegen.

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Die Verbindung zu den angeschlossenen Netzkabeln, Telekommunikationssystemen, Netzwerken und Modems ist vor dem ffnen des Gehuses zu unterbrechen, sofern in den Installations- und Konfigurationsprozeduren keine anders lautenden Anweisungen enthalten sind.

Zum Installieren, Transportieren und ffnen der Abdeckungen des Computers oder der angeschlossenen Einheiten die Kabel gem der folgenden Tabelle anschlieen und abziehen.

Zum Anschlieen der Kabel gehen Sie wie folgt vor Zum Abziehen der Kabel gehen Sie wie folgt vor

1. Schalten Sie alle Einheiten AUS.

2. Schlieen Sie erst alle Kabel an die Einheiten an.

3. Schlieen Sie die Signalkabel an die Buchsen an.

4. Schlieen Sie die Netzkabel an die Steckdose an.

5. Schalten Sie die Einheit EIN.

1. Schalten Sie alle Einheiten AUS.

2. Ziehen Sie zuerst alle Netzkabel aus den Netzsteckdosen.

3. Ziehen Sie die Signalkabel aus den Buchsen.

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. 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.

Die Batterie nicht:

mit Wasser in Berhrung bringen.

ber 100 C erhitzen.

reparieren oder zerlegen.

Die rtlichen Bestimmungen fr die Entsorgung von Sondermll beachten.

ACHTUNG:

Bei der Installation von Lasergerten (wie CD-ROM-Laufwerken, DVD- aufwerken, Einheiten mit Lichtwellenleitertechnik oder Sendern) Folgendes beachten:

Die Abdeckungen nicht entfernen. Durch Entfernen der Abdeckungen des Lasergerts knnen gefhrliche Laserstrahlungen freigesetzt werden. Das Gert enthlt keine zu wartenden Teile.

Werden Steuerelemente, Einstellungen oder Durchfhrungen von Prozeduren anders als hier angegeben verwendet, kann gefhrliche Laserstrahlung auftreten.

VORSICHT

Einige Lasergerte enthalten eine Laserdiode der Klasse 3A oder 3B. Beachten Sie Folgendes:

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Laserstrahlung bei geffneter Verkleidung. Nicht in den Strahl blicken. Keine Lupen oder Spiegel verwenden. Strahlungsbereich meiden.

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ACHTUNG:

Arbeitsschutzrichtlinien beim Anheben der Maschine beachten.

ACHTUNG:

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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La corrente elettrica proveniente dai cavi di alimentazione, del telefono e di comunicazione pu 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 unit collegate.

Per collegarsi Per scollegarsi

1. SPEGNERE le apparecchiature.

2. Innanzitutto, collegare tutti i cavi alle unit.

3. Collegare i cavi di segnale ai connettori.

4. Collegare i cavi di alimentazione alla presa.

5. Accendere l'unit.

1. SPEGNERE le apparecchiature.

2. Innanzitutto, rimuovere i cavi di alimentazione dalla presa.

3. Rimuovere i cavi di segnale dai connettori.

4. Rimuovere tutti i cavi dalle unit.

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 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.

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, unit DVD-ROM, unit a fibre ottiche o trasmittenti), tener presente quanto segue:

Non rimuovere gli sportelli. L'apertura di un'unit laser pu determinare l'esposizione a radiazioni laser pericolose. All'interno dell'unit 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 unit laser contengono un diodo laser di Classe 3A o Classe 3B. Tener presente quanto segue:

Aprendo l'unit vengono emesse radiazioni laser. Non fissare il fascio, non guardarlo direttamente con strumenti ottici ed evitare l'esposizione al fascio.

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ATTENZIONE:

Prestare attenzione nel sollevare l'apparecchiatura.

ATTENZIONE:

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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La corriente elctrica procedente de cables de alimentacin, telfonos y cables de comunicacin puede ser peligrosa.

Para evitar el riesgo de descarga elctrica:

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

Conecte todos los cables de alimentacin a tomas de corriente debidamente cableadas y conectadas a tierra.

Cualquier equipo que se conecte a este producto tambin debe conectarse a tomas de corriente debidamente cableadas.

Siempre que sea posible, utilice una sola mano para conectar o desconectar los cables de seal.

No encienda nunca un equipo cuando hay seales de fuego, agua o daos estructurales.

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Desconecte los cables de alimentacin, los sistemas de telecomunicaciones, las redes y los mdems conectados antes de abrir las cubiertas de los dispositivos, a menos que se indique lo contrario en los procedimientos de instalacin y configuracin.

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. APGUELO todo.

2. En primer lugar, conecte todos los cables a los dispositivos.

3. Conecte los cables de seal a los conectores.

4. Enchufe los cables de alimentacin a las tomas de corriente.

5. Encienda el dispositivo.

1. APGUELO todo.

2. En primer lugar, desenchufe los cables de alimentacin de las tomas de corriente.

3. Desconecte los cables de seal de los conectores.

4. Desconecte todos los cables de los dispositivos.

PRECAUCIN:

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.

No debe:

Arrojarla al agua o sumergirla en ella

Exponerla a temperaturas superiores a 100C (212F)

Repararla o desmontarla

Deshgase de la batera segn especifiquen las leyes o normas locales.

PRECAUCIN:

Cuando haya productos lser (como unidades de CD-ROM, unidades de DVD, dispositivos de fibra ptica o transmisores) instalados, tenga en cuenta lo siguiente:

No quite las cubiertas. Si quita las cubiertas del producto lser, podra quedar expuesto a radiacin lser peligrosa. Dentro del dispositivo no existe ninguna pieza que requiera servicio tcnico.

Si usa controles o ajustes o realiza procedimientos que no sean los especificados aqu, podra exponerse a radiaciones peligrosas.

PELIGRO

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Algunos productos lser tienen incorporado un diodo lser de clase 3A o clase 3B. Tenga en cuenta lo siguiente:

Cuando se abre, queda expuesto a radiacin lser. No mire directamente al rayo lser, ni siquiera con instrumentos pticos, y evite exponerse directamente al rayo lser.

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PRECAUCIN:

Adopte procedimientos seguros al levantar el equipo.

PRECAUCIN:

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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Chapter 3. General information

This chapter provides general information that applies to all machine types supported by this publication.

Online Books folder The Online Books folder preinstalled on your computer contains the ThinkStation User Guide, which provides information about your computer to help you set up, use, and maintain your computer. It requires no Internet access to view the publication.

To view the publications, click Start All Programs Online Books Online Books, then double-click the appropriate publication for your computer. The publications are also available on the Lenovo Support Web site at:http://www.lenovo.com/support

Notes:

1. The publications are in Portable Document Format (PDF). To view the publications, you need to have the Adobe Reader program preinstalled on your computer. If the Adobe Reader program has not been installed on your computer, a message will appear when you attempt to view the PDF file and you will be guided through the Adobe Reader program installation.

2. The publications are available in other languages on the Lenovo Support Web site at:http://www.lenovo.com/support

3. If you want to install a different language version of the Adobe Reader program rather than the version preinstalled on your computer, download the language version you want from the Adobe Web site at:http://www.adobe.com

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 with the Windows 7 operating system from Lenovo.

To access the Lenovo ThinkVantage Tools program, click Start All Programs Lenovo ThinkVantage Tools.

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.

Note: The Lenovo Welcome program is only available on computers preinstalled with the Windows 7 operating system or the Windows Vista operating system from Lenovo.

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

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Downloads and drivers Links to other useful sources of information

Specifications This section lists the physical specifications for your computer.

Dimensions

Width: 174.8 mm (6.88 inches)

Height: 425.2 mm (16.74 inches) (floor to top of handle)

Depth: 430.8 mm (16.96 inches)

Weight

Maximum configuration: 11.2 kg (24.7 lbs)

Environment

Air temperature:

Operating: 10 to 35C (50 to 95F)

Non-operating: -40 to 60C (-40 to 140F) (with package)

Non-operating: -10 to 60C (14 to 140F) (without package)

Note: The allowable upper temperature limit is lowered by 1C (1.8F) for every 300 m (1000 ft) above sea level.

Humidity:

Operating: 20% to 80% (non-condensing)

Non-operating: 20% to 90% (non-condensing)

Maximum altitude:

Operating: 0 to 10 000 ft (0 to 3 048 m)

Non-operating: 0 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

Voltage-selection switch setting: 115 V ac

High range:

Minimum: 200 V ac

Maximum: 240 V ac

Input frequency range: 50 to 60 Hz

Voltage-selection switch setting: 230 V ac

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Chapter 4. General Checkout Attention

The drives in the computer you are servicing might have been rearranged or the drive startup sequence might have been 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 an explanation of these messages, refer to the information supplied with that software package.

Before replacing a FRU, 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 165.

Use the following procedure to help determine the cause of a problem:

1. Power-off the computer and all external devices.

2. Check all cables and power cords.

3. Set all display controls to the middle position.

4. Power-on all external devices.

5. Power-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 31.

If you do receive the correct response, proceed to step 7 on page 31.

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 64.

If the computer hangs and no error is displayed, continue at step 7 on page 31.

7. Run the Diagnostic programs. See Chapter 5 Diagnostics on page 33.

If you receive an error, replace the part that the diagnostic program calls out or go to Diagnostic error codes on page 46.

If the test stops and you cannot continue, replace the last device tested.

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?

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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

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 set-up 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 are also used to report operating-system-controlled settings that interfere with the correct operation of your computer. There are two programs preinstalled on your computer to help you diagnose computer problems:

Lenovo ThinkVantage Toolbox or Lenovo System Toolbox, depending on your operating system (used when you are running the Windows operating system)

PC-Doctor for Rescue and Recovery (used when your Windows operating system does not start)

Notes:

1. You can also download the PC-Doctor for DOS diagnostic program from http://www.lenovo.com/support. See PC-Doctor for DOS on page 34 for detailed information.

2. If you are unable to isolate and repair the problem yourself after running the diagnostic programs, save and print the log files created by the diagnostic programs. You will need the log files when you speak to a Lenovo technical support representative.

Lenovo ThinkVantage Toolbox Note: The Lenovo ThinkVantage Toolbox program is only available on computers preinstalled with the Windows 7 operating system from Lenovo.

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, click Start All Programs Lenovo ThinkVantage Tools System Health and Diagnostics. Follow the instructions on the screen.

For additional information about running the Lenovo ThinkVantage Toolbox program, refer to the Lenovo ThinkVantage Toolbox help system.

Lenovo System Toolbox Note: The Lenovo System Toolbox program is only available on computers preinstalled with the Windows Vista operating system or the Windows XP operating system from Lenovo.

The Lenovo System Toolbox program is a diagnostic program that works through the Windows operating system and enables you to view symptoms and solutions for computer problems, access the Lenovo troubleshooting center, update system drivers, and review system information.

To run the Lenovo System Toolbox program, click Start All Programs Lenovo Services Lenovo System Toolbox. Follow the instructions on the screen.

For additional information about running the Lenovo System Toolbox program, refer to the Lenovo System Toolbox help system.

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PC-Doctor for Rescue and Recovery The PC-Doctor for Rescue and Recovery diagnostic program is part of the Rescue and Recovery workspace on each Lenovo computer. Use the PC-Doctor for Rescue and Recovery diagnostic program if you are unable to start the Windows operating system.

To run the PC-Doctor for Rescue and Recovery diagnostic program from the Rescue and Recovery workspace, do the following:

1. Turn off the computer.

2. Repeatedly press and release the F11 key when turning on the computer. When you hear beeps or see a logo screen, stop pressing the F11 key. The Rescue and Recovery workspace opens after a short delay.

3. From the Rescue and Recovery workspace, select Launch advanced Rescue and Recovery Diagnose hardware. The PC-Doctor for Rescue and Recovery diagnostic program opens.

4. Select the diagnostic test you want to run. Then, follow the instructions on the screen.

For additional information about running the PC-Doctor for Rescue and Recovery diagnostic program, refer to the PC-Doctor for Rescue and Recovery help system.

Note: If you encounter failures that prevent you from gaining access to the Rescue and Recovery workspace, you can run the PC-Doctor for Rescue and Recovery diagnostic program after using a rescue medium to recover the computer from failures and gaining access to the Rescue and Recovery workspace. See Creating and using rescue media in your ThinkStation User Guide.

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 or changing the startup device sequence on page 41.

2. Make sure the computer is turned on and then insert the disc into the optical drive. The diagnostic program opens.

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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.

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 36.

To select one or more tests, do the following:

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 computer.

Failure Type: Represents the type of error encountered.

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DeviceID: Contains the component's unit-ID that corresponds to a fixed disk drive, removable media drive, serial or parallel port, 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.

Note: See Diagnostic error codes on page 46 for error code listings.

Quick and Full erase - hard disk drive The diagnostics program offers two hard disk drive formatting utilities:

Quick Erase Hard Drive

Full Erase Hard Drive

Quick Erase Hard Drive provides a DOS utility that performs the following:

Destroys the Master Boot Record (MBR) on the hard disk 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.

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 disk drive.

Provides an estimate of time to completion along with a visual representation of completion status.

Provides messages that warn the user about a 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 on the screen.

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.

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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 39.

The Setup Utility program might start automatically when POST detects that hardware has been removed or new hardware has been installed in your computer.

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 39. Then, follow the instructions on the screen.

When working with the Setup Utility program menu, you must use the keyboard. 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.

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

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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 the system is turned on.

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 39.

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 Security Hard Disk Password.

4. Follow the instructions on the right side of the screen to set, change, or delete a password.

Note: A password can be any combination of up to 64 alphabetic and numeric characters. For more information, see Password considerations on page 39.

Enabling or disabling a device This section provides information on how to enable or disable user access to the following devices:

Floppy Driver A When this option is set to Disabled, the floppy drive cannot be accessed.

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 option 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:

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1. Start the Setup Utility program. See Starting the Setup Utility program on page 39.

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 Drives 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 41.

Selecting a startup device If your computer does not start up from a device such as the disc, diskette, 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, hard disk drives, and diskettes 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 39.

2. From the Setup Utility program main menu, select Startup.

3. Select the devices for the Primary Boot Sequence, the Automatic Boot Sequence, and the Error Boot 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 41.

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 and the Windows Vista operating system. The default setting for HyperThreading is enabled. However, if you are not using a HyperThreading-aware operating system and the setting for HyperThreading is Enabled, your computer performance might be degraded. Therefore, you should always set HyperThreading to Disabled unless you are sure your operating system supports HyperThreading.

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. Then, do one of the following:

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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. Configuring RAID

This chapter provides information about how to configure Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) for your computer.

Note: The information about configuring RAID in this chapter is applicable only for a Windows environment. For information about configuring RAID in a Linux environment, contact your Linux software provider.

RAID Level Your computer must have the minimum number of SATA hard disk drives installed for the supported level of RAID below:

RAID Level 0 Striped disk array

Two hard disk drives minimum

Better performance without fault tolerance

RAID Level 1 Mirrored disk array

Two hard disk drives minimum

Improved read performance and 100% redundancy

To install a secondary hard disk drive, refer to Replacing the secondary hard disk drive on page 93.

Configuring the system BIOS to enable SATA RAID functionality This section describes how to configure the system BIOS to enable SATA RAID functionality.

Note: Use the arrow keys on the keyboard to make selections.

To enable SATA RAID functionality, do the following:

1. Start the Setup Utility program. See Starting the Setup Utility program on page 39.

2. Select Devices ATA Drives Setup.

3. Select Configure SATA as and press Enter.

4. Select RAID and press Enter.

5. Press F10 to save the new settings and exit the Setup Utility program.

Creating RAID volumes This section describes how to use the Intel Matrix Storage Manager option ROM configuration utility to create RAID volumes.

To create RAID volumes, do the following:

1. Press Ctrl+I when prompted to enter the Intel Matrix Storage Manager option ROM configuration utility during the computer startup.

2. Use the up and down arrow keys to select Create RAID Volume and press Enter.

3. Type a proper RAID Volume name in the Name field and press Tab.

4. Use the arrow keys to select a RAID level in the RAID Level field and press Tab.

5. If appropriate, use the arrow keys to select a Stripe Size in the Stripe Size field and press Tab.

6. Type a volume size in the Capacity field and press Tab.

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7. Press Enter to initiate volume creation.

8. When prompted, press Y to accept the warning message and create the volume.

9. Return to step 2 on page 43 to create additional RAID volumes, or select Exit and press Enter.

10. Press Y when prompted to confirm the exit.

Deleting RAID volumes This section describes how to use the Intel Matrix Storage Manager option ROM configuration utility to delete RAID volumes.

To delete RAID volumes, do the following:

1. Press Ctrl+I when prompted to enter the Intel Matrix Storage Manager option ROM configuration utility during the computer startup.

2. Use the up and down arrow keys to select Delete RAID Volume and press Enter.

3. Use the arrow keys to select the RAID volume to be deleted and press Delete.

4. When prompted, press Y to confirm the deletion of the selected RAID volume. Deleting a RAID volume will reset the hard disk drives to non-RAID.

5. After deleting a RAID volume, you can:

Return to step 2 to delete additional RAID volumes.

See Creating RAID volumes on page 43 for RAID volume creation.

Use the up and down arrow keys to select Exit and press Enter.

Use the up and down arrow keys to select Reset Disks to Non-RAID and press Enter.

a. Use the arrow keys and the space key to mark individual physical hard disk drives to be reset, and then press Enter to complete the selection.

b. When prompted, press Y to confirm the reset action.

c. After completing the Reset Disks to Non-RAID function, you can:

Return to step 2 to delete additional RAID volumes.

See Creating RAID volumes on page 43 for RAID volume creation.

Use the up and down arrow keys to select Exit and press Enter.

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Chapter 8. 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 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.

Notes:

If you have both an error message and an incorrect audio response, diagnose the error message first.

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.

If you did not receive any error message, look for a description of your error symptoms in the first part of this index.

Hard disk drive boot error A hard disk drive boot error can have the following causes.

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.

Power Supply Problems If you suspect a power problem, use the following procedures.

Check/Verify FRU/Action

Check the following for proper installation.

Power cord

On/Off switch connector

On/Off switch power supply connector

System board power supply connectors

Microprocessor(s) connection

Reseat connectors

Check the power cord for continuity. Power cord

Check the power-on switch for continuity. Power-on switch

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Diagnostic error codes Refer to the following diagnostic error codes when using the diagnostic tests. See Running tests on page 35 for the specific type for information about the diagnostic programs.

In the following index, X can represent any number.

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 on page 165.

2. System board

000-024-XXX BIOS Addressing test failure 1. Flash the system. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

2. System board

000-025-XXX BIOS Checksum Value error 1. Flash the system. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

2. System board

000-026-XXX FLASH data error 1. Flash the system. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

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 on page 165.

3. System board

000-034-XXX BIOS Buffer Allocation failure 1. Reboot the system.

2. Flash the system. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

3. Run memory test

4. System board

000-035-XXX BIOS Reset Condition detected 1. Flash the system. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

2. System board

000-036-XXX BIOS Register error 1. Flash the system. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

2. System board

000-038-XXX BIOS Extension failure 1. Flash the system. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

2. Adapter card

3. System board

000-039-XXX BIOS DMI data error 1. Flash the system. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

2. System board

000-195-XXX BIOS Test aborted by user Information only Restart the test, if necessary

000-196-XXX BIOS test halt, error threshold exceeded 1. Press F3 to review the log file.

2. Restart the test to reset the log file.

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Diagnostic Error Code FRU/Action

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 39.

2. Re-run test.

3. Replace the component that is called out in warning statement

4. Replace the component under test.

000-198-XXX BIOS test aborted 1. Make sure the component that is called out is connected and/or enabled. See Chapter 6 Using the Setup Utility program on page 39.

2. Flash the system and retest. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

3. Go to Undetermined problems on page 67.

000-199-XXX BIOS test failed, cause unknown 1. Go to Undetermined problems on page 67.

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 on page 165.

2. System board

000-270-XXX BIOS ACPI failure 1. Flash the system. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

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 on page 165.

2. System board

001-026-XXX System FLASH data error 1. Flash the system. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

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 on page 165.

3. System board

001-032-XXX System Device Controller failure System board

001-034-XXX System Device Buffer Allocation failure 1. Reboot the system.

2. Flash the system. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

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

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Diagnostic Error Code FRU/Action

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 on page 165.

2. System board

001-040-XXX System IRQ failure 1. Power-off/on system and re-test.

2. System board

001-041-XXX System DMA failure 1. Power-off/on system and re-test.

2. System board

001-195-XXX System Test aborted by user Information only Restart the test, if necessary

001-196-XXX System test halt, error threshold exceeded 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 39.

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 39.

2. Flash the system and retest. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

3. Go to Undetermined problems on page 67.

001-199-XXX System test failed, cause unknown 1. Go to Undetermined problems on page 67.

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

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Diagnostic Error Code FRU/Action

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

001-276-XXX System IRQ9 failure 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

System board

001-292-XXX System CMOS RAM error 1. Run the Setup 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 on page 165.

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 on page 165.

2. System board

005-000-XXX Video Test Passed No action

005-00X-XXX Video error 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

2. System board

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Diagnostic Error Code FRU/Action

005-016-XXX Video Simple Pattern test failure 1. Video Ram

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

005-027-XXX Video Configuration/Setup error 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 Information only Restart the test, if necessary

005-196-XXX Video test halt, error threshold exceeded 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 39.

2. Re-run 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 39.

2. Flash the system and re-test. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

3. Go to Undetermined problems on page 67.

005-199-XXX Video test failed, cause unknown 1. Go to Undetermined problems on page 67.

2. Flash the system and re-test. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

3. Replace component under function test.

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Diagnostic Error Code FRU/Action

005-2XX-XXX 005-3XX-XXX Video subsystem error 1. Video card, if installed

2. System board

006-000-XXX Diskette interface Test Passed No action

006-0XX-XXX Diskette interface error 1. Diskette drive Cable

2. Diskette drive

3. System board

006-195-XXX Diskette interface Test aborted by user Information only Restart the test, if necessary

006-196-XXX Diskette interface test halt, error threshold exceeded

1. Press F3 to review the log file.

2. Restart the test to reset 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. Re-run 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 on page 165.

3. Go to Undetermined problems on page 67.

006-199-XXX Diskette interface test failed, cause unknown 1. Go to Undetermined problems on page 67.

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

011-000-XXX Serial port Interface Test Passed No action

011-001-XXX Serial port Presence 1. Remove external serial device, if present.

2. Run the Setup Utility program, enable port.

3. System board

011-002-XXX 011-003-XXX Serial port Timeout/Parity error

System board

011-013-XXX 011-014-XXX Serial port Control Signal/Loopback test failure

System board

011-015-XXX Serial port External Loopback failure 1. Wrap plug

2. System board

011-027-XXX Serial port Configuration/Setup error 1. run the Setup Utility program, enable port

2. Flash the system. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

3. System board

011-03X-XXX 011-04X-XXX Serial port failure System board

011-195-XXX Serial port Test aborted by user Information only Restart the test, if necessary.

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Diagnostic Error Code FRU/Action

011-196-XXX Serial port test halt, error threshold exceeded 1. Press F3 to review the log file.

2. Restart the test to reset the log file.

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 39.

2. Re-run test

3. Replace the component that is called out in warning statement.

4. Replace the component under test.

011-198-XXX Serial 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 39.

2. Flash the system and re-test. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

3. Go to Undetermined problems on page 67.

011-199-XXX Serial port test failed, cause unknown 1. Go to Undetermined problems on page 67.

2. Flash the system and re-test. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

3. Replace component under function test.

011-2XX-XXX Serial port signal failure 1. External serial device

2. System board

014-000-XXX Parallel port Interface Test Passed No action

014-001-XXX Parallel port Presence 1. Remove external parallel device, if present.

2. Run the Setup Utility program, enable port

3. System board

014-002-XXX 014-003-XXX Parallel port Timeout/Parity error

System board

014-013-XXX 014-014-XXX Parallel port Control Signal/Loopback test failure

System board

014-015-XXX Parallel port External Loopback failure 1. Wrap plug

2. System board

014-027-XXX Parallel port Configuration/Setup error 1. Run the Setup Utility program, enable port

2. Flash the system. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

3. System board

014-03X-XXX 014-04X-XXX Parallel port failure System board

014-195-XXX Parallel port Test aborted by user Information only Restart the test, if necessary.

014-196-XXX Parallel port test halt, error threshold exceeded

1. Press F3 to review the log file.

2. Restart the test to reset the log file.

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Diagnostic Error Code FRU/Action

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 39.

2. Re-run test.

3. Replace the component that is called out in warning statement.

4. Replace the component under test.

014-198-XXX Parallel port 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 on page 165.

3. Go to Undetermined problems on page 67.

014-199-XXX Parallel port test failed, cause unknown 1. Go to Undetermined problems on page 67.

2. Flash the system and re-test. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

3. Replace component under function test.

014-2XX-XXX 014-3XX-XXX Parallel port failure 1. External parallel device

2. System board

015-000-XXX USB port Interface Test Passed No action

015-001-XXX USB port Presence 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 on page 165.

2. System board

015-032-XXX USB port Device Controller failure System board

015-034-XXX USB port buffer allocation failure 1. Reboot the system

2. Flash the system and re-test. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

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 System board

015-040-XXX USB port IRQ failure 1. Run the Setup Utility program and check for conflicts.

2. Flash the system. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

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 FRU/Action

015-196-XXX USB port test halt, error threshold exceeded 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 39.

2. Re-run 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 39.

2. Flash the system and re-test. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

3. Go to Undetermined problems on page 67.

015-199-XXX USB port test failed, cause unknown 1. Go to Undetermined problems on page 67.

2. Flash the system and re-test. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

3. Replace component under function test.

018-000-XXX PCI Card Test Passed No action

018-0XX-XXX PCI Card Failure 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 39.

2. Re-run 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 39.

2. Flash the system and re-test. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

3. Go to Undetermined problems on page 67.

018-199-XXX PCI Card test failed, cause unknown 1. Go to Undetermined problems on page 67.

2. Flash the system and re-test. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

3. Replace component under function test.

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Diagnostic Error Code FRU/Action

018-250-XXX PCI Card Services error 1. PCI card

2. Riser card, if installed.

3. System board

020-000-XXX PCI Interface Test Passed No action

020-0XX-XXX PCI Interface error 1. PCI card

2. Riser card, if installed.

3. System board

020-195-XXX PCI Test aborted by user Information only Restart the test, if necessary

020-196-XXX PCI test halt, error threshold exceeded 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 39.

2. Re-run 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 39.

2. Flash the system and re-test. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

3. Go to Undetermined problems on page 67.

020-199-XXX PCI test failed, cause unknown 1. Go to Undetermined problems on page 67.

2. Flash the system and re-test. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

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 No action

025-00X-XXX 025-01X-XXX IDE interface failure 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 on page 165.

3. Reseat IDE signal cable.

4. IDE device

5. System board

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Diagnostic Error Code FRU/Action

025-02X-XXX 025-03X-XXX 025-04X-XXX IDE Interface failure

1. IDE signal cable

2. Check power supply.

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.

2. Restart the test to reset 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 39.

2. Re-run 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 39.

2. Flash the system and re-test. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

3. Go to Undetermined problems on page 67.

025-199-XXX IDE interface test failed, cause unknown 1. Go to Undetermined problems on page 67.

2. Flash the system and re-test. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

3. Replace component under function test.

030-000-XXX SCSI interface Test Passed No action

030-00X-XXX 030-01X-XXX SCSI interface failure 1. SCSI signal cable

2. Check power supply

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 on page 165.

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 power supply

3. SCSI device

4. SCSI adapter card, if installed.

5. System board

030-195-XXX SCSI interface Test aborted by user Information only Restart the test, if necessary.

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030-196-XXX SCSI interface test halt, error threshold exceeded

1. Press F3 to review the log file.

2. Restart the test to reset 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 39.

2. Re-run 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 39.

2. Flash the system and re-test. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

3. Go to Undetermined problems on page 67.

030-199-XXX SCSI interface test failed, cause unknown 1. Go to Undetermined problems on page 67.

2. Flash the system and re-test. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

3. Replace component under function test.

035-000-XXX RAID interface Test Passed No action

035-0XX-XXX RAID interface Failure 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.

2. Restart the test to reset 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 39.

2. Re-run 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 39.

2. Flash the system and re-test. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

3. Go to Undetermined problems on page 67.

035-199-XXX RAID interface test failed, cause unknown 1. See Undetermined problems on page 67.

2. Flash the system and re-test. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

3. Replace component under function test.

071-000-XXX Audio port Interface Test Passed No action

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Diagnostic Error Code FRU/Action

071-00X-XXX 071-01X-XXX 071-02X-XXXAudio port error 1. Run the Setup Utility program.

2. Flash the system. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

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.

2. Restart the test to reset 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 39.

2. Re-run 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 39.

2. Flash the system and re-test. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

3. Go to Undetermined problems on page 67.

071-199-XXX Audio port test failed, cause unknown 1. See Undetermined problems on page 67.

2. Flash the system and re-test. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

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 No action

080-XXX-XXX Game Port interface Error 1. Remove the game port device and re-test the system.

080-195-XXX Game Port interface Test aborted by user Information only Restart the test, if necessary.

080-196-XXX Game Port interface test halt, error threshold exceeded

1. Press F3 to review the log file.

2. Restart the test to reset the log file.

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080-197-XXX Game 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 39.

2. Re-run 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 39

2. Flash the system and re-test. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

3. Go to Undetermined problems on page 67.

080-199-XXX Game Port interface test failed, cause unknown

1. See Undetermined problems on page 67.

2. Flash the system and re-test. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

3. Replace component under function test.

086-000-XXX Mouse Port interface Test Passed No action

086-001-XXX Mouse Port interface Presence 1. Mouse

2. System board

086-032-XXXMouse Port interface Device controller failure 1. Mouse

2. System board

086-035-XXX Mouse Port interface Reset 1. Mouse

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.

2. Restart the test to reset 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 39.

2. Re-run 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 39.

2. Flash the system and re-test. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

3. Go to Undetermined problems on page 67.

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Diagnostic Error Code FRU/Action

086-199-XXX Mouse Port interface test failed, cause unknown

1. See Undetermined problems on page 67.

2. Flash the system and re-test. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

3. Replace component under function test.

089-000-XXX Microprocessor Test Passed No action

089-XXX-XXX Microprocessor failure 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.

2. Restart the test to reset 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 39.

2. Re-run 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 on page 165.

2. Go to Undetermined problems on page 67.

089-199-XXX Microprocessor test failed, cause unknown 1. See Undetermined problems on page 67.

2. Flash the system and re-test. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

3. Replace component under function test.

170-000-XXX Voltage Sensor(s) Test Passed No action

170-0XX-XXX Voltage Sensor(s) failure 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.

2. Restart the test to reset 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 39.

2. Re-run 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 39.

2. Flash the system and re-test. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

3. Go to Undetermined problems on page 67.

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Diagnostic Error Code FRU/Action

170-199-XXX Voltage Sensor(s) test failed, cause unknown 1. See Undetermined problems on page 67.

2. Flash the system and re-test. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

3. Replace component under function test.

170-250-XXX 170-251-XXX Voltage Sensor(s) Voltage limit error

1. Power supply

2. System board

170-254-XXX Voltage Sensor(s) Voltage Regulator Module error

1. Voltage Regulator Module (VRM)

2. Microprocessor

3. System board

175-000-XXX Thermal Sensor(s) Test Passed No action

175-0XX-XXX Thermal Sensor(s) failure 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.

2. Restart the test to reset 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 39.

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 on page 165.

3. Go to Undetermined problems on page 67.

175-199-XXX Thermal Sensor(s) test failed, cause unknown

1. See Undetermined problems on page 67.

2. Flash the system and re-test. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

3. Replace component under function test.

175-250-XXX 175-251-XXX Thermal Sensor(s) limit error 1. Check fans

2. Check power supply voltages.

3. Microprocessor

4. System board

185-000-XXX Asset Security Test Passed No action

185-XXX-XXX Asset Security failure 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 FRU/Action

201-XXX-XXX System Memory error 1. Replace the memory module called out by the test.

2. System board

202-000-XXX System Cache Test Passed No action

202-XXX-XXX System Cache error 1. Cache, if removable

2. System board

3. Microprocessor

206-000-XXX Diskette Drive Test Passed No action

206-XXX-XXX Diskette Drive error 1. Diskette Drive Cable

2. Check power supply voltages

3. Diskette drive

4. System board

215-000-XXX CD-ROM Drive Test Passed No action

215-XXX-XXX CD-ROM Drive error 1. CD-ROM Drive Cable

2. Check power supply voltages

3. CD-ROM drive

4. System board

217-000-XXX Hard Disk Drive Test Passed No action

217-25X-XXX 217-26X-XXX Hard Disk Drive (IDE) error 1. Hard Disk Drive Cable

2. Check power supply 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 power supply 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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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 beeps CMOS setting error Perform the following actions in order.

1. Start the Setup Utility program and press F10 to Save and exit. See Chapter 6 Using the Setup Utility program on page 39.

2. Start the Setup Utility program and press F7 to load defaults and then press F10 to Save and exit.

3. Perform a Boot block recovery. See Recovering from a POST/BIOS update failure on page 166.

1 long and 2 short beeps Monitor or video adapter card error

Perform the following actions in order.

1. Make sure the monitor is properly connected to the computer.

2. Replace the video adapter card (if present).

3. Replace the system board.

1 long and 3 short beeps Keyboard error Perform the following actions in order.

1. Make sure the keyboard is properly connected to the keyboard connector.

2. Replace the keyboard.

3. Replace the system board.

1 long and 9 short beeps BIOS ROM error Perform the following actions in order.

1. Start the Setup Utility program and press F7 to load defaults and then press F10 to Save and exit. See Chapter 6 Using the Setup Utility program on page 39.

2. Perform a Boot block recovery. See Recovering from a POST/BIOS update failure on page 166.

3. Replace the system board.

Continuos long beeps DRAM memory error Perform the following actions in order.

1. Make sure the memory module(s) are properly seated in the connector(s).

2. Replace the memory module(s).

3. Replace the system board.

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POST error codes Each time you power-on the system, it performs a series of tests that check the operation of the system and some options. This series of tests is called the Power-On Self-Test, or POST. 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 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.

POST Error Message Description/Action

CMOS battery failed The CMOS battery is no longer functional.

Replace the battery.

CMOS checksum error - defaults loaded Checksum of CMOS is incorrect.

The computer loads the default configuration settings. This error might indicate that CMOS has become corrupt due to a weak CMOS battery.

CPU at nnnn nnnn is the running speed of the microprocessor.

Press Esc to skip memory test Pressing Esc skips the full memory test

HARD DISK INSTALL FAILURE Cannot find or initialize the hard disk drive controller or the drive.

Make sure the hard disk drive is correctly installed.

If no hard disk drives are installed, make sure the hard disk drive selection in Setup is set to NONE.

Keyboard error or no keyboard present Cannot initialize the keyboard.

Make sure the keyboard is properly connected to the computer and that no keys are held pressed during POST.

To purposely configure the computer without a keyboard, set the error halt condition in Setup to HALT ON ALL, BUT KEYBOARD. The BIOS then ignores the missing keyboard during POST.

Memory Test: This message displays during a full memory test, counting down the memory areas being tested.

Memory test fail If POST detects an error during memory testing, additional information appears. This information gives specifics about the type and location of the memory error.

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POST Error Message Description/Action

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.

Error: Non-System disk or disk error Replace and press any key when ready

The BIOS was unable to find a suitable boot device.

Make sure the boot drive is properly connected to the computer.

Make sure you have bootable media.

Miscellaneous error messages Message/Symptom FRU/Action

Changing display colors Display/Monitor

Computer will not power-off. See Hard disk drive boot error on page 45.

1. Power Switch

2. System Board

3. Riser card, if installed.

Computer will not RPL 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 RPL.

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 39)

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 Hard disk drive boot error on page 45.

1. Power Supply

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

Blank screen except for flashing cursor. 1. System Board

2. Primary Hard Disk Drive

3. Hard Disk Drive Cable

Incorrect memory size during POST 1. Run the Memory tests.

2. Memory Module

3. System Board

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Message/Symptom FRU/Action

"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 1. See Hard disk drive boot error on page 45.

Non-system disk or disk error-type message with a known-good diagnostic diskette.

1. Diskette Drive

2. System Board

3. Diskette Drive Cable

Other display symptoms not listed above (including blank or illegible display)

1. Display

2. System Board

Power-on indicator or hard disk drive in-use light not on, but computer works correctly

1. Power switch/LED assembly

2. System Board

Printer problems 1. Printer

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 Utility program and check Startup sequence.

2. Diskette Drive

3. Diskette Drive Cable

4. System Board

5. Power Supply

RPL computer cannot access programs from its own hard disk.

1. If network administrator is using LCCM Hybrid RPL, check startup sequence:

a. First device - network

b. Second device - hard disk

2. Hard disk drive

RPL computer does not RPL from server 1. Check startup sequence.

2. Check the network adapter LED status.

Serial or parallel port device failure (system board port) 1. External Device Self-Test OK?

2. External Device

3. Cable

4. System Board

Serial or parallel port device failure (adapter port) 1. External Device Self-Test OK?

2. External Device

3. Cable

4. Alternate Adapter

5. System Board

Some or all keys on the keyboard do not work 1. Keyboard

2. Keyboard Cable

3. System Board

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

1. Power-off the computer.

2. Remove or disconnect the following components (if installed) one at a time.

a. External devices (modem, printer, or mouse)

b. Any adapters

c. Memory modules

d. Extended video memory

e. External Cache

f. External Cache RAM

g. Hard disk drive

h. Diskette drive

3. Power-on the computer to re-test the system.

4. Repeat steps 1 through 3 until you find the failing device or adapter.

If all devices and adapters have been removed, and the problem continues, replace the system board.

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Chapter 9. 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

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

Figure 1. Front connector locations

1 USB connector 3 Microphone connector

2 Headphone connector 4 USB connector

Locating connectors on the rear of your computer Rear connector locations 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 2. Rear connector locations

1 Power cord connector 8 Microphone connector

2 Serial port 9 Audio line-out connector

3 PS/2 keyboard and mouse connectors (optional)

10 Audio line-in connector

4 VGA monitor connector (not applicable on some models)

11 PCI Express x16 graphics card slot

5 DisplayPort connector (not applicable on some models)

12 PCI Express x1 card slot

6 USB connectors (6) 13 PCI card slots (2)

7 Ethernet connector

Locating components Figure 3 Component locations on page 71 shows the locations of the various components in your computer. To remove the computer cover, see Removing the computer cover on page 73.

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Figure 3. Component locations

1 Heat sink 7 Front system fan

2 Microprocessor 8 Secondary hard disk drive (installed in some models)

3 Memory module 9 Primary hard disk drive

4 Optical drive 10 System board

5 Card reader (installed in some models) 11 Rear fan assembly

6 Front bezel assembly 12 Power supply

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 4-pin power connector 13 Front panel connector

2 Microprocessor 14 Clear CMOS (Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor) /Recovery jumper

3 Microprocessor fan connector 15 Front USB connectors (2)

4 DIMM 2 16 Front audio connector

5 DIMM 1 17 Internal speaker connector

6 DIMM 4 18 PCI card slots (2)

7 DIMM 3 19 PCI Express x1 card slot

8 Thermal sensor connector 20 PCI Express x16 graphics card slot

9 24-pin power connector 21 System fan connector

10 SATA connectors (3) 22 Cover presence switch connector (Intrusion switch connector)

11 eSATA connector 23 Battery

12 Power fan connector 24 PS/2 keyboard and mouse connector

Locating internal drives Internal drives are devices that your computer uses to read and store data. You can add drives to your computer to increase storage capacity and enable your computer to read other types of media. Your computer comes with the following factory-installed drives: A Serial Advanced Technology Attachment (SATA) optical drive in bay 1 A 3.5-inch card reader in bay 3 (installed in some models) A 3.5-inch SATA hard disk drive in bay 5

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Internal drives are installed in bays. In this manual, the bays are referred to as bay 1, bay 2, and so on. Figure 5 Drive bay locations on page 73 shows the locations of the drive bays.

Figure 5. Drive bay locations

The following list describes the type and size of the drive that you can install in each bay:

1 Bay 1 - Maximum height: 43.0 mm (1.7 inches) Optical drive

2 Bay 2 - Maximum height: 43.0 mm (1.7 inches) Optical drive

3 Bay 3 - Maximum height: 25.8 mm (1.0 inch) 3.5-inch card reader (installed in some models)

4 Bay 4 - Maximum height: 25.8 mm (1.0 inch) 3.5-inch secondary SATA hard disk drive (installed in some models)

5 Bay 5 - Maximum height: 25.8 mm (1.0 inch) 3.5-inch primary SATA hard disk drive

Removing the computer cover

Attention

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

This section provides instructions on how to remove the computer cover.

CAUTION:

Turn off the computer and wait three to five minutes to let the computer cool before removing the computer cover.

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To remove the computer cover, do the following:

1. Remove any media from the drives and turn off all attached devices and the computer.

2. Disconnect all power cords from electrical outlets.

3. Disconnect the power cords, Input/Output (I/O) cables, and any other cables that are connected to the computer. See Locating connectors on the front of your computer on page 69 and Locating connectors on the rear of your computer on page 69.

4. Remove any locking device that secures the computer cover, such as a padlock or an integrated cable lock.

5. Remove any thumbscrews that secure the computer cover.

6. Press the cover-release button on the side of the computer and slide the cover to the rear of the computer to remove the cover.

Figure 6. Removing 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 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

This section provides instructions on how to remove and reinstall the front bezel.

To remove and reinstall the front bezel, 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. Remove the computer cover. See Removing the computer cover on page 73.

3. Remove the front bezel by releasing the three plastic tabs on the left side and pivoting the front bezel outward.

Figure 7. Removing the front bezel

4. To reinstall the front bezel, align the three plastic tabs on the right side of the front bezel with the corresponding holes in the chassis, then pivot the front bezel inwards until it snaps into position on the left side.

5. To complete the installation, go to Completing the FRU replacement on page 103.

Installing or replacing a PCI card

Attention

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

This section provides instructions on how to install or replace a PCI card. Your computer has two standard PCI card slots, one PCI Express x1 card slot, and one PCI Express x16 graphics card slot.

To install or replace a PCI card, 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. Remove the computer cover. See Removing the computer cover on page 73.

3. At the rear of the computer, press the release button 1 to open the card latch 2 .

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Figure 8. Opening the PCI card latch

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.

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Figure 9. Removing a PCI card

Note: The card fits tightly into the card slot. If necessary, alternate moving each side of the card a small amount until it is removed from the card slot.

5. Remove the new PCI card from its static-protective package.

6. Install the new PCI card into the appropriate slot on the system board. See Locating parts on the system board on page 71.

Note: If you are installing a PCI Express x16 graphics card, make sure the memory slot retaining clips are closed before you install the graphics card.

7. Pivot the card latch to the closed position to secure the PCI card.

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Figure 10. Installing a PCI card

8. To complete the installation or replacement, go to Completing the FRU replacement on page 103.

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 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

This section provides instructions on how to install or replace a memory module.

Your computer has four slots for installing or replacing memory modules that provide up to a maximum of 16 GB system memory. When installing or replacing a memory module, use the following guidelines:

Use either DDR3 ECC UDIMMs or DDR3 Non-ECC UDIMMs for your computer. Do not install both DDR3 ECC UDIMMs and DDR3 Non-ECC UDIMMs in the same computer.

Use 1 GB, 2 GB, or 4 GB memory modules in any combination up to a maximum of 16 GB.

Install memory modules in the sequence of DIMM 1, DIMM 3, DIMM 2, and DIMM 4. See Locating parts on the system board on page 71.

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. Remove the computer cover. See Removing the computer cover on page 73.

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3. Locate the memory slots. See Locating parts on the system board on page 71.

4. Remove any parts that might prevent your access to the memory slots. Depending on your computer model, you might need to remove the PCI Express x16 graphics card for easier access to the memory slots. See Installing or replacing a PCI card on page 75.

5. Open the retaining clips.

Figure 11. Opening the retaining clips

If you are replacing an old memory module, open the retaining clips and gently pull the memory module out of the memory slot.

Figure 12. Removing a memory module

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

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Figure 13. Installing a memory module

7. Reinstall the PCI Express x16 graphics card if you have removed it.

8. To complete the installation or replacement, go to Completing the FRU replacement on page 103.

Installing or replacing the optical drive

Attention

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

This section provides instructions on how to install or replace the optical drive.

To install or replace an 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. Remove the computer cover. See Removing the computer cover on page 73.

3. Remove the front bezel. See Removing and reinstalling the front bezel on page 74.

4. Depending on whether you are installing or replacing an optical drive, do one of the following:

If you are installing a secondary optical drive, remove the plastic panel in the front bezel for the drive bay you want to use. If there is a metal static shield installed in the drive bay, remove the metal static shield.

If you are replacing an optical drive, disconnect the signal cable and the power cable from the rear of the optical drive, press the blue release button, and then slide the optical drive out of the front of the computer.

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Figure 14. Removing the optical drive

5. Install the optical drive retainer on the side of the new optical drive.

Figure 15. Installing the optical drive retainer

6. Slide the new optical drive into the drive bay from the front of the computer until the optical drive snaps into position.

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Figure 16. Installing the optical drive

7. Connect the signal cable and the power cable to the new optical drive.

Figure 17. Connecting the optical drive

8. Reinstall the front bezel. See Removing and reinstalling the front bezel on page 74.

9. To complete the installation or replacement, go to Completing the FRU replacement on page 103.

Replacing the power supply assembly

Attention

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

This section provides instructions on how to replace the power supply assembly.

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To replace the power supply 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. Remove the computer cover. See Removing the computer cover on page 73.

3. Disconnect the power supply assembly cables from the system board and all drives. See Locating parts on the system board on page 71.

4. Release the power supply assembly cables from the cable clips and ties in the chassis.

5. Lay the computer on its side and remove the four screws at the rear of the chassis that secure the power supply assembly.

Figure 18. Removing the screws for the power supply assembly

6. Slide the power supply assembly to the front of the computer and then lift it out of the chassis.

7. Ensure that the new power supply assembly is the correct replacement.

8. Install the new power supply assembly into the chassis so that the screw holes in the power supply assembly align with those in the chassis.

9. Install and tighten the four screws to secure the power supply assembly.

Note: Use only screws provided by Lenovo.

10. Reconnect the power supply assembly cables to the system board and each of the drives.

11. Secure the power supply assembly cables with the cable clips and ties in the chassis.

12. To complete the replacement, go to Completing the FRU replacement on page 103.

Replacing the battery

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This section provides instructions on how to replace the battery.

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 ThinkStaion 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. Remove the computer cover. See Removing the computer cover on page 73.

3. Locate the battery. See Locating parts on the system board on page 71.

4. Remove any parts that may prevent your access to the battery.

5. Remove the old battery.

Figure 19. Removing the old battery

6. Install a new battery.

Figure 20. Installing a new battery

7. Reinstall any internal parts that have been removed.

8. Reinstall the computer cover and reconnect the cables. See Completing the FRU replacement on page 103.

9. Turn on the computer and all attached devices.

Note: When the computer is turned on for the first time after replacing the battery, an error message might be displayed. This is normal after replacing the battery.

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10. Use the Setup Utility program to set the date, time, and any passwords. See Chapter 6 Using the Setup Utility program on page 39.

Replacing the heat sink and fan assembly

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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

This section provides instructions on how to replace the heat sink and fan assembly.

CAUTION:

The heat sink and fan assembly 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 heat sink and 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. Remove the computer cover. See Removing the computer cover on page 73.

3. Lay the computer on its side for easier access to the system board.

4. Locate the heat sink and fan assembly. See Locating parts on the system board on page 71.

5. Disconnect the heat sink and fan assembly cable from the microprocessor fan connector on the system board. See Locating parts on the system board on page 71.

6. Follow this sequence to remove the four screws that secure the heat sink and fan assembly 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 and fan assembly.

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Figure 21. Removing the heat sink and fan assembly

7. Lift the failing heat sink and fan assembly off the system board.

Notes:

a. You might have to gently twist the heat sink and fan assembly to free it from the microprocessor.

b. Do not touch the thermal grease while handling the heat sink and fan assembly.

8. Position the new heat sink and fan assembly on the system board so that the four screws are aligned with the corresponding holes in the system board and the heat sink and fan assembly cable can be easily connected to the microprocessor fan connector on the system board.

9. Follow this sequence to install the four screws to secure the heat sink and fan assembly, as shown in Removing the heat sink and fan assemblyFigure 21 on page 86.

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 .

10. Connect the heat sink and fan assembly cable to the microprocessor fan connector on the system board. See Locating parts on the system board on page 71.

11. To complete the replacement, go to Completing the FRU replacement on page 103.

Replacing the microprocessor

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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

This section provides instructions on how to replace the microprocessor.

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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. Remove the computer cover. See Removing the computer cover on page 73.

3. Lay the computer on its side to get easier access to the system board.

4. Remove the heat sink and fan assembly from the system board. See Replacing the heat sink and fan assembly on page 85.

5. Lift the small handle 1 and open the retainer 2 to access the microprocessor 3 .

6. Lift the microprocessor straight up and out of the socket.

Notes:

a. Your microprocessor and socket might look different from the one illustrated.

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 sides of the microprocessor. Do not touch the gold contacts on the bottom.

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d. Do not drop anything onto the microprocessor socket while it is exposed. The socket pins must be kept as clean as possible.

Figure 22. Removing the microprocessor

7. Make sure that the small handle is in the raised position and the microprocessor retainer is fully open.

8. Hold the new microprocessor and align the notches on it with the alignment keys in the microprocessor socket, or align the small triangle on one corner of the new microprocessor with the corresponding beveled corner of the microprocessor socket.

9. Lower the new microprocessor straight down into the microprocessor socket on the system board.

10. Close the microprocessor retainer and lock it into position with the small handle to secure the new microprocessor in the socket.

11. Reinstall the heat sink and fan assembly. See Replacing the heat sink and fan assembly on page 85.

12. Reinstall any other parts or reconnect any other cables you removed.

13. To complete the replacement, go to Completing the FRU replacement on page 103.

Replacing the system board

Attention

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

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 removing the computer cover.

Note: When replacing the system board, you must order a new retention module for the new system board. Make sure you have a retention module for the new system board before continuing this procedure.

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. Remove the computer cover. See Removing the computer cover on page 73.

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3. Lay the computer on its side for easier access to the system board.

4. Remove all memory modules and PCI cards that are currently installed. See Installing or replacing a memory module on page 78 and Installing or replacing a PCI card on page 75.

5. Remove the secondary hard disk drive. See Replacing the secondary hard disk drive on page 93.

6. Remove the heat sink and fan assembly from the failing system board. See Replacing the heat sink and fan assembly on page 85.

7. Remove the microprocessor from the failing system board. See Replacing the microprocessor on page 86.

8. Remove the battery from the failing system board. See Replacing the battery on page 83.

9. Note the location of all cable connections on the system board and disconnect all cables. See Locating parts on the system board on page 71.

10. Remove the eight screws that secure the system board to the chassis, following the sequence shown in the illustration:

Figure 23. Removing the system board

11. Carefully lift the failing system board out of the chassis.

12. Position the new system board into the chassis so that the screw holes in the new system board are aligned with those in the chassis. Install the screws that secure the system board following the sequence shown in Removing the system boardFigure 23 on page 89.

13. Remove the microprocessor socket cover from the new system board.

14. Install the memory modules, PCI cards, battery, microprocessor, and heat sink and fan assembly that you removed from the failing system board to the new system board.

15. Reinstall the secondary hard disk drive. See Replacing the secondary hard disk drive on page 93.

16. Connect all cables to the system board. See Locating parts on the system board on page 71.

17. Go to Completing the FRU replacement on page 103.

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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:

1. Remove the microprocessor from the microprocessor socket. See Replacing the microprocessor on page 86.

2. Align the notches 1 on the microprocessor socket cover with the alignment keys 2 in the microprocessor socket.

3. Install one side of the socket cover into the microprocessor socket as shown.

Figure 24. Installing the socket cover

Note: Your microprocessor socket and socket cover might look slightly different from the illustration.

4. Carefully press the other side of the socket cover downward until the socket cover snaps into place.

Figure 25. Securing the socket cover

5. Carefully check the corners of the socket cover to make sure that the cover is secured in the microprocessor socket.

6. Lower the microprocessor retainer and then lower the lever to secure the retainer. Make sure the lever is locked into position.

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Replacing the primary hard disk drive

Attention

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

This section provides instructions on how to replace the primary hard disk drive.

To replace the primary 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. Remove the computer cover. See Removing the computer cover on page 73.

3. Locate the primary hard disk drive. See Locating internal drives on page 72.

4. Disconnect the signal cable and the power cable from the hard disk drive.

5. Press the blue release tab 1 down, slide the hard disk drive cage 2 to the rear of the computer, and then pivot it outward.

Figure 26. Removing the primary hard disk drive

6. Remove the hard disk drive cage from the chassis by sliding it outward.

7. Pull on the blue handle 3 to release and remove the hard disk drive from the drive cage.

8. Flex the sides of the blue bracket to remove the hard disk drive from the bracket.

9. To install a new hard disk drive into the blue 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.

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Note: If you are installing a 2.5-inch hard disk drive, install the hard disk drive into a 2.5-inch to 3.5-inch hard disk drive tray first and then install the tray into the blue bracket.

Figure 27. Installing the hard disk drive into the bracket

10. Slide the new hard disk drive into the drive cage until it snaps into position.

11. Align the pivot pin on the hard disk drive cage with the slot 1 in the upper drive cage, as shown in Installing the primary hard disk driveFigure 28 on page 93. Then, slide the drive cage with the new hard disk drive into the chassis.

12. Connect the signal cable and the power cable to the new hard disk drive.

13. Press down on the metal latch 2 and pivot the drive cage into place. Then, slide the drive cage to the front of the computer until it snaps into position.

Note: There are two arrows, one on the upper drive cage and one on the hard disk drive cage. The arrows are aligned when the hard disk drive is in the proper position.

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Figure 28. Installing the primary hard disk drive

14. To complete the replacement, go to Completing the FRU replacement on page 103.

Replacing the secondary hard disk drive

Attention

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

This section provides instructions on how to replace the secondary hard disk drive. Not all computers have the secondary hard disk drive.

To replace the secondary 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. Remove the computer cover. See Removing the computer cover on page 73.

3. Locate the secondary hard disk drive. See Locating internal drives on page 72.

4. Disconnect the signal cable and the power cable from the hard disk drive.

5. Press the blue release button to release the hard disk drive cage and then lift the hard disk drive cage out of the chassis.

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Figure 29. Removing the secondary hard disk drive

6. Pull on the blue handle to release and remove the hard disk drive from the hard disk drive cage.

7. Flex the sides of the blue bracket to remove the hard disk drive from the bracket.

8. To install a new hard disk drive into the blue 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.

Note: If you are installing a 2.5-inch hard disk drive, install the hard disk drive into a 2.5-inch to 3.5-inch hard disk drive tray first and then install the tray into the blue bracket.

Figure 30. Installing the hard disk drive into the bracket

9. Slide the new hard disk drive into the hard disk drive cage until it snaps into position.

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10. Slide the hard disk drive cage with the new hard disk drive into the chassis until it is directly underneath the metal tab.

Figure 31. Installing the secondary hard disk drive

11. Press the hard disk drive cage downward until it snaps into position.

12. Connect the signal cable and the power cable to the new hard disk drive.

13. To complete the replacement, go to Completing the FRU replacement on page 103.

Replacing the card reader

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This section provides instructions on how to replace the card reader.

To replace the card reader, 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. Remove the computer cover. See Removing the computer cover on page 73.

3. Remove the front bezel. See Removing and reinstalling the front bezel on page 74.

4. Disconnect the card reader cable from the front USB connector on the system board. See Locating parts on the system board on page 71.

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Note: If your computer has a secondary hard disk drive installed, remove the secondary hard disk drive to get easier access to the front USB connector on the system board.

5. Press the blue release button and slide the card reader out of the front of the computer.

Figure 32. Removing the card reader

6. Install the card reader retainer on the side of the new card reader.

Figure 33. Installing the card reader retainer

7. Slide the new card reader into the drive bay until it snaps into position.

8. Connect the card reader cable to the available front USB connector on the system board. See Locating parts on the system board on page 71.

9. Reinstall the front bezel. See Removing and reinstalling the front bezel on page 74.

10. To complete the replacement, go to Completing the FRU replacement on page 103.

Replacing the front fan assembly

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This section provides instructions on how to replace the front fan assembly.

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Note: Not all computers have the front fan assembly.

To replace the front 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. Remove the computer cover. See Removing the computer cover on page 73.

3. Remove the front bezel. See Removing and reinstalling the front bezel on page 74.

4. Disconnect the front fan assembly cable from the power fan connector on the system board. See Locating parts on the system board on page 71.

Note: If your computer has a secondary hard disk drive installed, remove the secondary hard disk drive to get easier access to the power fan connector on the system board. See Replacing the secondary hard disk drive on page 93.

5. Release the two tabs 1 that attach the front fan assembly to the chassis as shown and then completely remove the front fan from the chassis.

Figure 34. Removing the front fan assembly

6. Insert the two tabs 2 of the new front fan assembly into the corresponding holes in the chassis, and press the other two tabs 1 through the holes until the front fan assembly is secured in place.

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Figure 35. Installing the front fan assembly

7. Connect the front fan assembly cable to the power fan connector on the system board.

8. Reinstall the secondary hard disk drive if removed. See Replacing the secondary hard disk drive on page 93.

9. To complete the replacement, go to Completing the FRU replacement on page 103.

Replacing the rear fan assembly

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This section provides instructions on how to replace the rear fan assembly.

To replace the rear 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. Remove the computer cover. See Removing the computer cover on page 73.

3. Locate the rear fan assembly. See Locating components on page 70.

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4. Disconnect the rear fan assembly cable from the system fan connector on the system board. See Locating parts on the system board on page 71.

5. The rear fan assembly is attached to the chassis by four rubber mounts. Remove the rear fan assembly by cutting the rubber mounts and gently pulling the rear fan assembly out of the chassis.

Figure 36. Removing the rear fan assembly

6. Install the new rear fan assembly by aligning the new rubber mounts that came with the new rear fan assembly with the corresponding holes in the rear of the chassis, and then push the rubber mounts through the holes.

Note: The new rear fan assembly will have four new rubber mounts attached.

7. Pull on the tips of the rubber mounts until the rear fan assembly is secured in place.

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Figure 37. Installing the rear fan assembly

8. Connect the rear fan assembly cable to the system fan connector on the system board.

9. To complete the replacement, go to Completing the FRU replacement on page 103.

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 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

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. Remove the computer cover. See Removing the computer cover on page 73.

3. Remove the front bezel. See Removing and reinstalling the front bezel on page 74.

4. Locate the front audio and USB assembly. See Locating components on page 70.

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5. Disconnect the front audio and USB assembly cables from the system board. See Locating parts on the system board on page 71.

Note: Make sure you note the locations of the cables when you disconnect the cables from the system board.

6. Remove the screw that secures the front audio and USB assembly to the chassis.

Figure 38. Removing the securing screw of the front audio and USB assembly

7. Remove the front audio and USB assembly from the chassis.

8. Install a new front audio and USB assembly into the chassis and align the screw hole in the front audio and USB assembly with the hole in the chassis.

9. Install the screw to secure the new front audio and USB assembly to the chassis.

10. Reconnect the front audio and USB assembly cables to the front audio connector and the front USB connector on the system board. See Locating parts on the system board on page 71.

11. To complete the installation or replacement, go to Completing the FRU replacement on page 103.

Replacing the internal speaker

Attention

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This section provides instructions on how to replace the internal speaker.

Note: Not all computers have the internal speaker.

To replace the internal speaker, 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. Remove the computer cover. See Removing the computer cover on page 73.

3. Locate the internal speaker connector on the system board. See Locating parts on the system board on page 71.

4. Disconnect the internal speaker cable from the system board.

5. Push the metal tab 1 on the top of the internal speaker outward and slide the internal speaker upward to completely remove it from the chassis.

Figure 39. Removing the old internal speaker

6. Position the new internal speaker into the four metal clips 1 and push downward on the internal speaker until it is secured in place.

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Figure 40. Installing a new internal speaker

7. Connect the internal speaker cable to the system board. See Locating parts on the system board on page 71.

8. To complete the installation or replacement, go to Completing the FRU replacement on page 103.

Completing the FRU replacement This section provides instructions on how to complete the FRU replacement.

After replacing the FRUs, you need to reinstall any removed parts, reconnect and route any internal cables, reinstall the computer cover, and reconnect any external cables, such as power cords. Depending on the FRUs replaced, you might need to confirm the updated information in the Setup Utility program, see Chapter 6 Using the Setup Utility program on page 39.

Note: When the power cord is first plugged in, the computer might appear to turn on for a few seconds and then turn off. This is a normal sequence to enable the computer to initialize.

To reinstall the computer cover and reconnect cables to your computer:

1. Ensure 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 location of the various components.

2. If you have removed the front bezel, reinstall it. See Removing and reinstalling the front bezel on page 74.

3. Make sure that the cables are routed correctly before reinstalling the computer cover. Keep cables clear of the hinges and sides of the computer chassis to avoid interference with reinstalling the computer cover.

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4. Position the computer cover on the chassis so that the rail guides on the bottom of the computer cover engage the rails on the chassis. Then, push the cover to the front of the computer until it snaps into position.

Figure 41. Reinstalling the computer cover

5. If the computer cover is secured with thumbscrews, install them.

6. If there is a padlock available, lock the computer cover.

7. If there is an integrated cable lock available, lock the computer.

8. Reconnect the external cables and power cords to the computer. See Locating connectors on the rear of your computer on page 69.

9. If you have replaced the system board, you must update (flash) the BIOS. See Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

10. Some FRU replacements require the configuration to be updated. See Chapter 6 Using the Setup Utility program on page 39.

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Attention: Read Important information about replacing RoHS compliant FRUs on page 1 before replacing any FRUs.

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.

Overall: MT 4215, 4219, 4220, 4221, and 4222 The following replaceable components are available for the 4215, 4219, 4220, 4221, and 4222 machine type models.

Item # FRUs FRU # CRU

1

Heat sink, 73/95 Watt

MT 4215: all models

MT 4219: all models

MT 4220: all models

MT 4221: all models

MT 4222: all models

43N9700 N

2 Microprocessor, Xeon - Lynnfield X3430 / 2.40GHz

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

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Item # FRUs FRU # CRU

MT 4220: 22M 22J 24J 25J 18G 36U 36F 36S 41A 41Q 41T 41K 41R 42A 42Q 42T 42K 42R 59A CTO 69J 72J 73J 96A A1C A4U A4F B3B B3H

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 41B 41H 41V 23M 24M 29J 32J 33J 44A 44Q 44T 44K 44R 43B 43H 43V 47C CTO 54G 58G 71J 73M 74M 86J 91C A8C

2

Microprocessor, Xeon - Lynnfield X3440 / 2.53GHz

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 47H 61A CTO 82U 82F 82S 82L 82D 82Y 82G 82M 82A 82Q 82T 82C 82B 82H 82V 82K 82R 82E 82J 83U 83F 83S 83L 83D 83Y 83G 83M 83A 83Q 83T 83C 83B 83H 83V 83K 83R 83E 83J A5U A5F A5S A5P A5L A5D A5Y A5G A5M A5A A5Q A5T A5C A5B A5H A5V A5K A5R A5E A5J A6U A6F A6S A6P A6L A6D A6Y A6G A6M A6A A6Q A6T A6C A6B A6H A6V A6K A6R A6E A6J B4B B4H

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 25M 21G 51A CTO 75M A2G A4M

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Microprocessor, Xeon - Lynnfield X3450 / 2.67GHz

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 26J 21G 62A 63A CTO 64G 74J B2G B6J

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 34J 14G CTO 54G 65S 57G 87J 99J

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Microprocessor, Xeon - Lynnfield X3460 / 2.80GHz

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 14G CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

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Microprocessor, Xeon - Lynnfield X3470 / 2.93GHz

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 31J 17G CTO 77J 78J 79J 84U 84F 84S 84L 84D 84Y 84G 84M 84A 84Q 84T 84C 84B 84H 84V 84K 84R 84E 84J 97A 98A 99A A7U A7F A7S A7P A7L A7D A7Y A7G A7M A7A A7Q A7T A7C A7B A7H A7V A7K A7R A7E A7J

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO 59G

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Microprocessor, X3480 (Lynnfield / 3.06GHz / 4C / 8T / 8M / 1333 / 95w / T)

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO 94J

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO 78G 82J 89J A1J A5M

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Microprocessor, Clarkdale - Celeron Pentuim G6950 / 2.80GHz

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 49C CTO

MT 4221: 13C 13B 13H 13V CTO

MT 4222: CTO

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Microprocessor, Core i3-530 ( 2.93GHz / 2C / 4T / 4M / 1333 / 73w / iG 733)

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO 81J

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

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Microprocessor, Clarkdale - Core i3-540 / 2.93GHz

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 53A 53Q 53K CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 41H 41V 49A 49Q 49K CTO 67U 67F

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Microprocessor, Clarkdale - Core i5-650 / 3.20GHz

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 44C 45H 46B 52C 54A 54Q 54K 55A CTO 85U 85F 85S 85L 85D 85Y 85G 85M 85A 85Q 85T 85C 85B 85H 85V 85K 85R 85E 85J 86U 86F 86S 86L 86D 86Y 86G 86M 86A 86Q 86T 86C 86B 86H 86V 86K 86R 86E 86J 88U 88F 88S 88L 88D 88Y 88G 88M 88A 88Q 88T 88C 88B 88H 88V 88K 88R 88E 88J 95A A2C A8U A8F A8S A8P A8L A8D A8Y A8G A8M A8A A8Q A8T A8C A8B A8H A8V A8K A8R A8E A8J A9U A9F A9S A9P A9L A9D A9Y A9G A9M A9A A9Q A9T A9C A9B A9H A9V A9K A9R A9E A9J B5C

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 42B 42H 42V CTO 53G 61G 8U 68F 81U 81F 92C A3G

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Microprocessor, Clarkdale - Core i5-660 / 3.33GHz

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 56A 57A CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO 69U 69F 72M 96U 96F 97U 97F A6J

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Microprocessor, Clarkdale - Core i5-670 / 3.46GHz

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 58K 58R CTO 87U 87F 87S 87L 87D 87Y 87G 87M 87A 87Q 87T 87C 87B 87H 87V 87K 87R 87E 87J B1U B1F B1S B1P B1L B1D B1Y B1G B1M B1A B1Q B1T B1C B1B B1H B1V B1K B1R B1E B1J

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 27M 46A 46Q 46K 46J CTO 67U 67F 67S 64J

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Microprocessor, Core i3-550 ( 3.2GHz/ 2C / 4T / 4M / 1333 / 73w / iG 733)

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO 93J A3U A3F

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO 76G 85J 93U 93F 94U 94F 95U 95F

89Y9195 N

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Microprocessor, Core i3-560 ( 3.33GHz/ 2C / 4T / 4M / 1333 / 73w / iG 733)

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

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Microprocessor, Core i5-680 (3.6GHz / 2C / 4T / 4M / 1333 / 73w / T / iG 733)

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO 91U 91F 92J

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO 77G 83J 84J 98J A7J

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Memory module, DDR3 ECC PC3-10600 1GB UDIMM (1333)

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 41A 41Q 41T 41K 41R 42A 42Q 42T 42K 42R 51C 52C 53A 53Q 53K 57A 58A 58Q 58K 58R 59A 61A 62A 63A CTO 69J 72J 73J 81J 93J 95A 96A 98A A1C A2C

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 41B 41H 41V 42B 42H 42V 43B 43H 43V 17G 144A 44Q 44T 44K 44R 45A 45Q 45T 45K 45R 47C 48C 49A 49Q 49K 51A CTO 71J 85J 86J 91C 92C

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Memory module, DDR3 ECC PC3-10600 2GB UDIMM (1333)

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 22M 22J 24J 25J 26M 26J 31J 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G 35U 35F 35S 36U 36F 36S 37U 37F 37S 41A 41Q 41T 41K 41R 42A 42Q 42T 42K 42R 46B 47H 49C 52C 53A 53Q 53K 54A 54Q 54K 55A 56A 57A 58A 58Q 58K 58R 59A 61A 62A 63A CTO 64G 69J 72J 73J 74J 78J 82U 82F 82S 82L 82D 82Y 82G 82M 82A 82Q 82T 82C 82B 82H 82V 82K 82R 82E 82J 83U 83F 83S 83L 83D 83Y 83G 83M 83A 83Q 83T 83C 83B 83H 83V 83K 83R 83E 83J 84U 84F 84S 84L 84D 84Y 84G 84M 84A 84Q 84T 84C 84B 84H 84V 84K 84R 84E 84J 85U 85F 85S 85L 85D 85Y 85G 85M 85A 85Q 85T 85C 85B 85H 85V 85K 85R 85E 85J 86U 86F 86S 86L 86D 86Y 86G 86M 86A 86Q 86T 86C 86B 86H 86V 86K 86R 86E 86J 87U 87F 87S 87L 87D 87Y 87G 87M 87A 87Q 87T 87C 87B 87H 87V 87K 87R 87E 87J 88U 88F 88S 88L 88D 88Y 88G 88M 88A 88Q 88T 88C 88B 88H 88V 88K 88R 88E 88J 91U 91F 92J 93J 94J 95A 96A 97A 98A 99A A1C A2C A3U A3F A4U A4F A5U A5F A5S A5P A5L A5D A5Y A5G A5M A5A A5Q A5T A5C A5B A5H A5V A5K A5R A5E A5J A6U A6F A6S A6P A6L A6D A6Y A6G A6M A6A A6Q A6T A6C A6B A6H A6V A6K A6R A6E A6J A7U A7F A7S A7P A7L A7D A7Y A7G A7M A7A A7Q A7T A7C A7B A7H A7V A7K A7R A7E A7J A8U A8F A8S A8P A8L A8D A8Y A8G A8M A8A A8Q A8T A8C A8B A8H A8V A8K A8R A8E A8J A9U A9F A9S A9P A9L A9D A9Y A9G A9M A9A A9Q A9T A9C A9B A9H A9V A9K A9R A9E A9J B1U B1F B1S B1P B1L B1D B1Y B1G B1M B1A B1Q B1T B1C B1B B1H B1V B1K B1R B1E B1J B2G B3B B3H B4B B4H B5C B6J

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 41B 41H 41V 42B 42H 42V 43B 43H 43V 23M 24M 25M 27M 29J 32J 33J 34J 21G 1G 12G 13G 14G 16G 35U 35F 35S 37U 37F 37S 44A 44Q 44T 44K 44R 45A 45Q 45T 45K 45R 47C 48C 46A 46Q 46K 46J 49A 49Q 49K 51A CTO 53G 54G 55G 67U 67F 67S 57G 58G 59G 61G 67U 67F 68U 68F 69U 69F 71J 72M 73M 74M 75M 76G 77G 78G 81U 81F 82J 83J 84J 85J 86J 87J 89J 91C 92C 98J 99J A1J 93U 93F 94U 94F 95U 95F 96U 96F 97U 97F A2G A3G A4M A5M A6J A7J A8C

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Memory module, DDR3 ECC PC3-10600 4GB UDIMM (1333)

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO 78G

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Memory module, DDR3 non-ECC PC3-10600 1GB UDIMM (1333)

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 22M 22J 24J 25J 33J 49C CTO

MT 4221: 13C 13B 13H 13V CTO

MT 4222: 29J 32J 33J 46A 46Q 46K 46J CTO

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Memory module, DDR3 non-ECC PC3-10600 2GB UDIMM (1333)

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 26M 26J 31J 32J 35U 35F 35S CTO B4B B4H

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 23M 24M 25M 27M 34J 35U 35F 35S 36U 36F 36S 37U 37F 37S CTO 53G 54G 55G 72M 73M 74M 75M 76G 77G 81U 81F 93U 93F 94U 94F 95U 95F 96U 96F 97U 97F A4M A5M

64Y6649 1

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Optical drive, DVD-ROM Drive - 16x/48x (SATA)

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 45H CTO

MT 4221: 13C 13B 13H 13V CTO

MT 4222: CTO

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Optical drive, DVD Burner/CD-RW Rambo 8 (SATA)

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219:

MT 4220: 12G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G 34U 34F 34S 35U 35F 35S 36U 36F 36S 37U 37F 37S 44C 45H 46B 47H 49C 51C 52C 55A 56A 59A 62A 63A CTO 64G 82U 82F 82S 82L 82D 82Y 82G 82M 82A 82Q 82T 82C 82B 82H 82V 82K 82R 82E 82J 83U 83F 83S 83L 83D 83Y 83G 83M 83A 83Q 83T 83C 83B 83H 83V 83K 83R 83E 83J 84U 84F 84S 84L 84D 84Y 84G 84M 84A 84Q 84T 84C 84B 84H 84V 84K 84R 84E 84J 85U 85F 85S 85L 85D 85Y 85G 85M 85A 85Q 85T 85C 85B 85H 85V 85K 85R 85E 85J 86U 86F 86S 86L 86D 86Y 86G 86M 86A 86Q 86T 86C 86B 86H 86V 86K 86R 86E 86J 87U 87F 87S 87L 87D 87Y 87G 87M 87A 87Q 87T 87C 87B 87H 87V 87K 87R 87E 87J 88U 88F 88S 88L 88D 88Y 88G 88M 88A 88Q 88T 88C 88B 88H 88V 88K 88R 88E 88J 91U 91F 97A 98A 99A A1C A2C A3U A3F A4U A4F A5U A5F A5S A5P A5L A5D A5Y A5G A5M A5A A5Q A5T A5C A5B A5H A5V A5K A5R A5E A5J A6U A6F A6S A6P A6L A6D A6Y A6G A6M A6A A6Q A6T A6C A6B A6H A6V A6K A6R A6E A6J A7U A7F A7S A7P A7L A7D A7Y A7G A7M A7A A7Q A7T A7C A7B A7H A7V A7K A7R A7E A7J A8U A8F A8S A8P A8L A8D A8Y A8G A8M A8A A8Q A8T A8C A8B A8H A8V A8K A8R A8E A8J A9U A9F A9S A9P A9L A9D A9Y A9G A9M A9A A9Q A9T A9C A9B A9H A9V A9K A9R A9E A9J B1U B1F B1S B1P B1L B1D B1Y B1G B1M B1A B1Q B1T B1C B1B B1H B1V B1K B1R B1E B1J B2G B3B B3H B4B B4H B5C

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G 36U 36F 36S 37U 37F 37S CTO 52G 53G 54G 55G 66U 66F 66S 67U 67F 67S 57G 58G 59G 61G 64J 67U 67F 68U 68F 69U 69F 72M 73M 74M 75M 76G 77G 89J 91C 92C A1J 93U 93F 95U 95F 96U 96F 97U 97F A2G A3G A4M A8C

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Optical drive, Blu-Ray DVD Burner (SATA)

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

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Optical drive, Blu-Ray DVD Burner (SATA)

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

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Card reader, 3.5" 25-in-1 USB media card reader (w/GPIO detect)

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 49C 52C 53A 53Q 53K 54A 54Q 54K 55A 56A 57A 58A 58Q 58K 58R 59A 61A 62A 63A CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 47C 46A 46Q 46K 46J 49A 49Q 49K 51A CTO

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Front bezel assembly

MT 4215: all models

MT 4219: all models

MT 4220: all models

MT 4221: all models

MT 4222: all models

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7

Front fan assembly including mount and baffle

MT 4215: all models

MT 4219: all models

MT 4220: all models

MT 4221: all models

MT 4222: all models

45K2306 N

8

Hard disk drive, 250GB SATA - 7200 rpm, 3 Gb/s, 8MB cache, 3.5"

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 22M 22J 24J 25J 26M 26J 31J 33M 33J 41A 41Q 41T 41K 41R 42A 42Q 42T 42K 42R 53A 53Q 53K 54A 54Q 54K 57A 58A 58Q 58K 58R 61A CTO 68J 69J 72J 73J 74J 78J 81J 92J 93J 94J 95A 96A B6J

MT 4221: 13C 13B 13H 13V CTO

MT 4222: 41B 41H 41V 42B 42H 42V 43B 43H 43V 23M 24M 25M 26M 27M 28J 29J 32J 33J 34J 35U 35F 35S 44A 44Q 44T 44K 44R 45A 45Q 45T 45K 45R 47C 48C 46A 46Q 46K 46J 49A 49Q 49K 51A CTO 71J 79G 81U 81F 82J 83J 84J 85J 86J 87J 98J 99J 94U 94F A6J

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Hard disk drive, 500GB SATA - 7200 rpm, 3 Gb/s, 16MB cache, 3.5"

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G 34U 34F 34S 35U 35F 35S 36U 36F 36S 37U 37F 37S 44C 45H 46B 47H 49C 51C 52C 55A 56A 59A 62A 63A CTO 64G 82U 82F 82S 82L 82D 82Y 82G 82M 82A 82Q 82T 82C 82B 82H 82V 82K 82R 82E 82J 83U 83F 83S 83L 83D 83Y 83G 83M 83A 83Q 83T 83C 83B 83H 83V 83K 83R 83E 83J 84U 84F 84S 84L 84D 84Y 84G 84M 84A 84Q 84T 84C 84B 84H 84V 84K 84R 84E 84J 85U 85F 85S 85L 85D 85Y 85G 85M 85A 85Q 85T 85C 85B 85H 85V 85K 85R 85E 85J 86U 86F 86S 86L 86D 86Y 86G 86M 86A 86Q 86T 86C 86B 86H 86V 86K 86R 86E 86J 87U 87F 87S 87L 87D 87Y 87G 87M 87A 87Q 87T 87C 87B 87H 87V 87K 87R 87E 87J 88U 88F 88S 88L 88D 88Y 88G 88M 88A 88Q 88T 88C 88B 88H 88V 88K 88R 88E 88J 91U 91F 97A 98A 99A A1C A2C A3U A3F A4U A4F A5U A5F A5S A5P A5L A5D A5Y A5G A5M A5A A5Q A5T A5C A5B A5H A5V A5K A5R A5E A5J A6U A6F A6S A6P A6L A6D A6Y A6G A6M A6A A6Q A6T A6C A6B A6H A6V A6K A6R A6E A6J A7U A7F A7S A7P A7L A7D A7Y A7G A7M A7A A7Q A7T A7C A7B A7H A7V A7K A7R A7E A7J A8U A8F A8S A8P A8L A8D A8Y A8G A8M A8A A8Q A8T A8C A8B A8H A8V A8K A8R A8E A8J A9U A9F A9S A9P A9L A9D A9Y A9G A9M A9A A9Q A9T A9C A9B A9H A9V A9K A9R A9E A9J B1U B1F B1S B1P B1L B1D B1Y B1G B1M B1A B1Q B1T B1C B1B B1H B1V B1K B1R B1E B1J B2G B3B B3H B4B B4H B5C

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G 36U 36F 36S 37U 37F 37S CTO 52G 53G 54G 55G 66U 66F 66S 67U 67F 67S 57G 58G 59G 61G 64J 67U 67F 68U 68F 69U 69F 72M 73M 74M 75M 76G 77G 89J 91C 92C A1J 93U 93F 95U 95F 96U 96F 97U 97F A2G A3G A4M A8C

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Hard disk drive, 500GB SATA - 7200 rpm, 3 Gb/s, 16MB cache, 3.5"

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G 34U 34F 34S 35U 35F 35S 36U 36F 36S 37U 37F 37S 44C 45H 46B 47H 49C 51C 52C 55A 56A 59A 62A 63A CTO 64G 82U 82F 82S 82L 82D 82Y 82G 82M 82A 82Q 82T 82C 82B 82H 82V 82K 82R 82E 82J 83U 83F 83S 83L 83D 83Y 83G 83M 83A 83Q 83T 83C 83B 83H 83V 83K 83R 83E 83J 84U 84F 84S 84L 84D 84Y 84G 84M 84A 84Q 84T 84C 84B 84H 84V 84K 84R 84E 84J 85U 85F 85S 85L 85D 85Y 85G 85M 85A 85Q 85T 85C 85B 85H 85V 85K 85R 85E 85J 86U 86F 86S 86L 86D 86Y 86G 86M 86A 86Q 86T 86C 86B 86H 86V 86K 86R 86E 86J 87U 87F 87S 87L 87D 87Y 87G 87M 87A 87Q 87T 87C 87B 87H 87V 87K 87R 87E 87J 88U 88F 88S 88L 88D 88Y 88G 88M 88A 88Q 88T 88C 88B 88H 88V 88K 88R 88E 88J 91U 91F 97A 98A 99A A1C A2C A3U A3F A4U A4F A5U A5F A5S A5P A5L A5D A5Y A5G A5M A5A A5Q A5T A5C A5B A5H A5V A5K A5R A5E A5J A6U A6F A6S A6P A6L A6D A6Y A6G A6M A6A A6Q A6T A6C A6B A6H A6V A6K A6R A6E A6J A7U A7F A7S A7P A7L A7D A7Y A7G A7M A7A A7Q A7T A7C A7B A7H A7V A7K A7R A7E A7J A8U A8F A8S A8P A8L A8D A8Y A8G A8M A8A A8Q A8T A8C A8B A8H A8V A8K A8R A8E A8J A9U A9F A9S A9P A9L A9D A9Y A9G A9M A9A A9Q A9T A9C A9B A9H A9V A9K A9R A9E A9J B1U B1F B1S B1P B1L B1D B1Y B1G B1M B1A B1Q B1T B1C B1B B1H B1V B1K B1R B1E B1J B2G B3B B3H B4B B4H B5C

MT 4221: CTO

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MT 4222: 21G 16G 36U 36F 36S 37U 37F 37S CTO 52G 53G 54G 55G 66U 66F 66S 67U 67F 67S 57G 58G 59G 61G 64J 67U 67F 68U 68F 69U 69F 72M 73M 74M 75M 76G 77G 89J 91C 92C A1J 93U 93F 95U 95F 96U 96F 97U 97F A2G A3G A4M A8C

8

Hard disk drive, 1TB SATA - 7200 rpm, 3 Gb/s, 32MB cache, 3.5"

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 13G CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO 78G A5M

45C5973 1

8

Hard disk drive, 1TB SATA - 7200 rpm, 3 Gb/s, 32MB cache, 3.5"

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 13G CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO 78G A5M

45K0412 1

8

Hard disk drive, 1TB SATA - 7200 rpm, 3 Gb/s, 32MB cache, 3.5"

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO 78G A5M

46R6031 1

8

Hard disk drive, 150GB SATA - 10000 rpm, 3 Gb/s, 16MB cache, 2.5"

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

46R6400 1

8

Hard disk drive, 300GB SATA - 10000 rpm, 3 Gb/s, 16MB cache, 2.5"

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

46R6401 1

8

Hard disk drive, 128GB solid state drive (SSD) - MLC HDD, 1.8"

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

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Item # FRUs FRU # CRU

8

Hard disk drive, 128GB solid state drive (SSD) - MLC HDD, 1.8"

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

45N8203 1

8

Hard disk drive, 80GB solid state drive (SSD) - MLC HDD, 2.5"

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

45K0615 1

8

Hard disk drive, 160GB solid state drive (SSD) - MLC HDD, 2.5"

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

45K0616 1

9

System board, Orkney system board (TPM enabled)

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 22M 22J 24J 25J 26M 26J 27J 31J 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G 35U 35F 35S 36U 36F 36S 37U 37F 37S 41A 41Q 41T 41K 41R 42A 42Q 42T 42K 42R 45H 46B 47H 49C 52C 53A 53Q 53K 54A 54Q 54K 55A 56A 57A 58A 58Q 58K 58R 59A 61A 62A 63A CTO 64G 69J 72J 73J 74J 78J 82U 82F 82S 82L 82D 82Y 82G 82M 82A 82Q 82T 82C 82B 82H 82V 82K 82R 82E 82J 83U 83F 83S 83L 83D 83Y 83G 83M 83A 83Q 83T 83C 83B 83H 83V 83K 83R 83E 83J 84U 84F 84S 84L 84D 84Y 84G 84M 84A 84Q 84T 84C 84B 84H 84V 84K 84R 84E 84J 85U 85F 85S 85L 85D 85Y 85G 85M 85A 85Q 85T 85C 85B 85H 85V 85K 85R 85E 85J 86U 86F 86S 86L 86D 86Y 86G 86M 86A 86Q 86T 86C 86B 86H 86V 86K 86R 86E 86J 87U 87F 87S 87L 87D 87Y 87G 87M 87A 87Q 87T 87C 87B 87H 87V 87K 87R 87E 87J 88U 88F 88S 88L 88D 88Y 88G 88M 88A 88Q 88T 88C 88B 88H 88V 88K 88R 88E 88J 91U 91F 92J 93J 94J 95A 96A 97A 98A 99A A1C A2C A3U A3F A4U A4F A5U A5F A5S A5P A5L A5D A5Y A5G A5M A5A A5Q A5T A5C A5B A5H A5V A5K A5R A5E A5J A6U A6F A6S A6P A6L A6D A6Y A6G A6M A6A A6Q A6T A6C A6B A6H A6V A6K A6R A6E A6J A7U A7F A7S A7P A7L A7D A7Y A7G A7M A7A A7Q A7T A7C A7B A7H A7V A7K A7R A7E A7J A8U A8F A8S A8P A8L A8D A8Y A8G A8M A8A A8Q A8T A8C A8B A8H A8V A8K A8R A8E A8J A9U A9F A9S A9P A9L A9D A9Y A9G A9M A9A A9Q A9T A9C A9B A9H A9V A9K A9R A9E A9J B1U B1F B1S B1P B1L B1D B1Y B1G B1M B1A B1Q B1T B1C B1B B1H B1V B1K B1R B1E B1J B2G B3B B3H B4B B4H B5C B6J

MT 4221: 13C 13B 13H 13V CTO

MT 4222: 41B 41H 41V 42B 42H 42V 43B 43H 43V 23M 24M 25M 27M 29J 32J 33J 34J 21G 22G 16G 35U 35F 35S 37U 37F 37S 44A 44Q 44T 44K 44R 45A 45Q 45T 45K 45R 47C 46A 46Q 46K 46J 49A

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49Q 49K 51A CTO 53G 54G 55G 65U 65F 65S 67U 67F 67S 57G 58G 59G 61G 66U 66F 67U 67F 68U 68F 69U 69F 71J 72M 73M 74M 75M 76G 77G 78G 81U 81F 82J 83J 84J 85J 86J 87J 89J 91C 92C 98J 99J A1J 93U 93F 94U 94F 95U 95F 96U 96F 97U 97F A2G A3G A4M A5M A6J A7J A8C

9

System board, Orkney system board (TPM disabled - Russia only)

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G CTO 64G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

64Y8424 N

10

Rear fan assembly, with fan grill, 0 to 20%, 750 RPM

MT 4215: all models

MT 4219: all models

MT 4220: all models

MT 4221: all models

MT 4222: all models

45K2324 2

11

Power supply, 280 Watt power supply (85 plus) (WW,Robust,JP)

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 22M 22J 24J 25J 26M 26J 31J 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G 34U 34F 34S 35U 35F 35S 36U 36F 36S 37U 37F 37S 41A 41Q 41T 41K 41R 42A 42Q 42T 42K 42R 45H 46B 47H 49C 52C 53A 53Q 53K 54A 54Q 54K 55A 56A 57A 58A 58Q 58K 58R 59A 61A 62A 63A CTO 64G 69J 72J 73J 74J 78J 82U 82F 82S 82L 82D 82Y 82G 82M 82A 82Q 82T 82C 82B 82H 82V 82K 82R 82E 82J 82U 82F 82S 82L 82D 82Y 82G 82M 82A 82Q 82T 82C 82B 82H 82V 82K 82R 82E 82J 83U 83F 83S 83L 83D 83Y 83G 83M 83A 83Q 83T 83C 83B 83H 83V 83K 83R 83E 83J 84U 84F 84S 84L 84D 84Y 84G 84M 84A 84Q 84T 84C 84B 84H 84V 84K 84R 84E 84J 85U 85F 85S 85L 85D 85Y 85G 85M 85A 85Q 85T 85C 85B 85H 85V 85K 85R 85E 85J 86U 86F 86S 86L 86D 86Y 86G 86M 86A 86Q 86T 86C 86B 86H 86V 86K 86R 86E 86J 87U 87F 87S 87L 87D 87Y 87G 87M 87A 87Q 87T 87C 87B 87H 87V 87K 87R 87E 87J 88U 88F 88S 88L 88D 88Y 88G 88M 88A 88Q 88T 88C 88B 88H 88V 88K 88R 88E 88J 91U 91F 92J 93J 94J 95A 96A 97A 98A 99A A1C A2C A3U A3F A4U A4F A5U A5F A5S A5P A5L A5D A5Y A5G A5M A5A A5Q A5T A5C A5B A5H A5V A5K A5R A5E A5J A6U A6F A6S A6P A6L A6D A6Y A6G A6M A6A A6Q A6T A6C A6B A6H A6V A6K A6R A6E A6J A7U A7F A7S A7P A7L A7D A7Y A7G A7M A7A A7Q A7T A7C A7B A7H A7V A7K A7R A7E A7J A8U A8F A8S A8P A8L A8D A8Y A8G A8M A8A A8Q A8T A8C A8B A8H A8V A8K A8R A8E A8J A9U A9F A9S A9P A9L A9D A9Y A9G A9M A9A A9Q A9T A9C A9B A9H A9V A9K A9R A9E A9J B1U B1F B1S B1P B1L B1D B1Y B1G B1M B1A B1Q B1T B1C B1B B1H B1V B1K B1R B1E B1J B2G B3B B3H B4B B4H B5C B6J

MT 4221: 13C 13B 13H 13V CTO

MT 4222: 41B 41H 41V 42B 42H 42V 43B 43H 43V 23M 24M 25M 27M 28J 29J 32J 33J 34J 21G 16G 35U 35F 35S 37U 37F 37S 44A 44Q 44T 44K 44R 45A 45Q 45T 45K 45R 47C 48C 46A 46Q 46K 46J 49A 49Q 49K 51A CTO 53G 54G 55G 67U 67F 67S 57G 58G 59G 61G 67U 67F 68U 68F 69U 69F 71J 72M 73M 74M 75M 76G 77G 78G 81U

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Item # FRUs FRU # CRU

81F 82J 83J 84J 85J 86J 87J 89J 91C 92C 98J 99J A1J 93U 93F 94U 94F 95U 95F 96U 96F 97U 97F A2G A3G A4M A5M A6J A7J A8C

Mechanical FRUs The FRUs listed in the following tables are not illustrated.

FRUs FRU # CRU

FRU, front and rear handle assembly, no handle cover

MT 4215: all models

MT 4219: all models

MT 4220: all models

MT 4221: all models

MT 4222: all models

45K2301 2

FRU, ODD/FDD cover, retainer and shield assembly

MT 4215: all models

MT 4219: all models

MT 4220: all models

MT 4221: all models

MT 4222: all models

45K2302 1

FRU, chassis assembly

MT 4215: all models

MT 4219: all models

MT 4220: all models

MT 4221: all models

MT 4222: all models

45K2303 N

FRU, side panel assembly

MT 4215: all models

MT 4219: all models

MT 4220: all models

MT 4221: all models

MT 4222: all models

45K2304 2

FRU, miscellaneous kit

MT 4215: all models

MT 4219: all models

MT 4220: all models

MT 4221: all models

MT 4222: all models

45K2307 2

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FRU, speaker cable_R_9*5_400mm

MT 4215: all models

MT 4219: all models

MT 4220: all models

MT 4221: all models

MT 4222: all models

43N9091 2

FRU, EMC shield

MT 4215: all models

MT 4219: all models

MT 4220: all models

MT 4221: all models

MT 4222: all models

41N8080 2

FRU, cabel-SATA 457mm (RoHS)

MT 4215: all models

MT 4219: all models

MT 4220: all models

MT 4221: all models

MT 4222: all models

43N9013 2

FRU, FDD EMI shield

MT 4215: all models

MT 4219: all models

MT 4220: all models

MT 4221: all models

MT 4222: all models

41N8078 2

FRU, optional HDD bracket assembly, without 4 pin cable

MT 4215: all models

MT 4219: all models

MT 4220: all models

MT 4221: all models

MT 4222: all models

41R6106 1

FRU, temperature sense cable (6 pin 460 mm) kit with bracket

MT 4215: all models

MT 4219: all models

MT 4220: all models

MT 4221: all models

MT 4222: all models

45J9495 2

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FRUs FRU # CRU

FRU, Intrusion switch assembly

MT 4215: all models

MT 4219: all models

MT 4220: all models

MT 4221: all models

MT 4222: all models

41R6116 2

FRU, cable-SATA 250mm (RoHS)

MT 4215: all models

MT 4219: all models

MT 4220: all models

MT 4221: all models

MT 4222: all models

43N9012 2

FRU, HDD Tray

MT 4215: all models

MT 4219: all models

MT 4220: all models

MT 4221: all models

MT 4222: all models

41R6291 1

FRU, rear I/O shield, ATX, Q57, FOF, with USB number

MT 4215: all models

MT 4219: all models

MT 4220: all models

MT 4221: all models

MT 4222: all models

43N9846 2

FRU, cable-SATA 120mm RoHS used for 2nd HDD

MT 4215: all models

MT 4219: all models

MT 4220: all models

MT 4221: all models

MT 4222: all models

41R3328 2

FRU, rear USB 2 ports II HP

MT 4215: all models

MT 4219: all models

MT 4220: all models

MT 4221: all models

MT 4222: all models

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FRU, PS2 cable_R_170mm_knock out (with screw)

MT 4215: all models

MT 4219: all models

MT 4220: all models

MT 4221: all models

MT 4222: all models

43N9149 2

FRU, eSATA cable - FH

MT 4215: all models

MT 4219: all models

MT 4220: all models

MT 4221: all models

MT 4222: all models

41R3308 2

FRU, 1.8 SSD to 3.5 HDD conversion kit with PCB

MT 4215: all models

MT 4219: all models

MT 4220: all models

MT 4221: all models

MT 4222: all models

43N9593 2

FRU, SATA cable, 250mm, 2 latching for device, RoHS.

MT 4215: all models

MT 4219: all models

MT 4220: all models

MT 4221: all models

MT 4222: all models

54Y9929 2

FRU, Grandsun SATA cable, 120mm, 2 latching

MT 4215: all models

MT 4219: all models

MT 4220: all models

MT 4221: all models

MT 4222: all models

54Y9925 2

FRU, front panel USB/audio cable assembly with bracket

MT 4215: all models

MT 4219: all models

MT 4220: all models

MT 4221: all models

MT 4222: all models

45K2305 2

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Keyboard and Mouse Keyboard (Lenovo Preferred Pro USB -- without hub) FRU # CRU

US English

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 22M 26M 33M 12G 13G 14G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G 34U 35U 36U 37U 41A 41Q 41R 42A 42Q 42R 45H 47H 48H 53A 53Q 54A 54Q 55A 56A 57A 58A 58Q 58R 59A 61A 62A 63A CTO 64G 82U 82L 82G 82M 82A 82Q 82H 82R 82E 83U 83L 83G 83M 83A 83Q 83H 83R 83E 84U 84L 84G 84M 84A 84Q 84H 84R 84E 85U 85L 85G 85M 85A 85Q 85H 85R 85E 86U 86L 86G 86M 86A 86Q 86H 86R 86E 87U 87L 87G 87M 87A 87Q 87H 87R 87E 88U 88L 88G 88M 88A 88Q 88H 88R 88E 91U 95A 96A 97A 98A 99A A3U A4U A5U A5L A5G A5M A5A A5Q A5H A5R A5E A6U A6L A6G A6M A6A A6Q A6H A6R A6E A7U A7L A7G A7M A7A A7Q A7H A7R A7E A8U A8L A8G A8M A8A A8Q A8H A8R A8E A9U A9L A9G A9M A9A A9Q A9H A9R A9E B1U B1L B1G B1M B15A B1Q B1H B1R B1E B2G B3H B4H

MT 4221: 13H CTO

MT 4222: 41H 42H 43H 23M 24M 25M 27M 21G 16G 35U 37U 44A 44Q 44R 45A 45Q 45R 46A 46Q 49A 49Q 51A CTO 53G 54G 55G 67U 68U 68F 69U 72M 73M 74M 75M 76G 77G 78G 81U 93U 94U 95U 96U 97

41A5289 1

Arabic

MT 4215: 11G CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

41A5290 1

A/F

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5291 1

B/F

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5292 1

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Belgium English

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

41A5293 1

Brazilian Portuguese

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5294 1

Bulgarian

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

41A5295 1

Chinese/US

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 46B CTO 82B 82V 83B 83V 84B 84V 85B 85V 86V 87V 88V A5B A5V A6B A6V A7B A7V A8B A8V A9B A9V B1B B1V B3B B4B

MT 4221: 13C 13B 13V CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5296 1

Czech (ABB)

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

41A5297 1

Danish

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

41A5298 1

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Dutch

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

41A5299 1

French

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

41A5300 1

French Canadian

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 35F 36F 37F CTO 65F 82F 83F 84F 85F 86F 87F 88F 91F A3F A4F A5F A6F A7F A8F A9F B1F

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 35F 37F CTO 67F 68F 69F 81F 93F 94F 95F 96F 97F

41A5301 1

French Canadian

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 35F 36F 37F CTO 65F 82F 83F 84F 85F 86F 87F 88F 91F A3F A4F A5F A6F A7F A8F A9F B1F

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 35F 37F CTO 67F 68F 69F 81F 93F 94F 95F 96F 97F

41A5302 1

German

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G

41A5303 1

Greek

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 35F 37F CTO 67F 68F 69F 81F

41A5304 1

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Greek/US

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 35F 37F CTO 67F 68F 69F 81F

41A5305 1

Hebrew

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

41A5306 1

Hungarian

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

41A5307 1

Iceland

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

41A5308 1

Italy

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

41A5309 1

Japanese

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 22J 24J 25J 26J 31J CTO 69J 72J 73J 74J 78J 82J 83J 84J 85J 86J 87J 88J 92J 93J 94J A5J A6J A7J A8J A9J B1J B6J

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 29J 32J 33J 34J 46J CTO 71J 82J 83J 84J 85J 86J 87J 89J 98J 99J A1J A6J A7J

41A5310 1

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Korean

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 41K 42K 53K 54K 58K CTO 82K 83K 84K 85K 86K 87K 88K A5K A6K A7K A8K A9K B1K

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 46K 49K CTO

41A5311 1

LA Spanish

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 35S 36S 37S CTO 82S 82D 82Y 83S 83D 83Y 84S 84D 84Y 85S 85D 85Y 86S 86D 86Y 87S 87D 87Y 88S 88D 88Y A5S A5D A5Y A6S A6DA6Y A7S A7D A7Y A8S A8D A8Y A9S A9D A9Y B1S B1D B1Y

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 35S 37S

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Norwegian

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

41A5313 1

Polish

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

41A5314 1

Portuguese

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

41A5315 1

Romanian

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

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Romanian

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

41A5316 1

Russian/Cyrillic

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

41A5318 1

Serbian/Cyrillic

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

41A5319 1

Slovak

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

41A5320 1

Spanish

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

41A5321 1

Swedish/Finnish

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

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SF/G

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

41A5323 1

Thailand

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 41T 42T CTO 82T 83T 84T 85T 86T 87T 88T A5T A6T A7T A8T A9TB1T

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 44T 45T CTO

41A5324 1

Turkish

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

41A5325 1

Turkish

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

41A5326 1

UK English

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

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US European

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

41A5328 1

Slovenian

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

41A5329 1

Keyboard (Preferred Pro Full Size PS/2) FRU # CRU

PS/2--US English

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5039 1

PS/2--Arabic

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5040 1

PS/2--A/F

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5041 1

PS/2--B/F

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

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PS/2--Belgium English

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5043 1

PS/2--Brazilian Portuguese

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5044 1

PS/2--Bulgarian

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5045 1

PS/2--Chinese/US

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5046 1

PS/2--Czech (ABB)

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5047 1

PS/2--Danish

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

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PS/2--Dutch

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5049 1

PS/2--French

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5050 1

PS/2--French Canadian

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5051 1

PS/2--French Canadian

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5052 1

PS/2--German

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5053 1

PS/2--Greek

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

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PS/2--Greek/US

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5080 1

PS/2--Hebrew

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5055 1

PS/2--Hungarian

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5056 1

PS/2--Iceland

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5057 1

PS/2--Italy

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5058 1

PS/2--Japanese

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

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PS/2--Korean

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5060 1

PS/2--LA Spanish

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5061 1

PS/2--Norwegian

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5062 1

PS/2--Polish

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5063 1

PS/2--Portuguese

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5064 1

PS/2--Romanian

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

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PS/2--Russian/Cyrillic

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5066 1

PS/2--Serbian/Cyrillic

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5067 1

PS/2--Slovak

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5068 1

PS/2--Spanish

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5069 1

PS/2--Swedish/Finnish

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5070 1

PS/2--SF/G

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

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PS/2--Thailand

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5072 1

PS/2--Turkish

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5073 1

PS/2--Turkish

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5074 1

PS/2 --UK English

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5075 1

PS/2--US European

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5076 1

PS/2--Slovenian

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5077 1

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Enhanced--US English

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4961 1

Enhanced--Arabic

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4962 1

Enhanced--A/F

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4963 1

Enhanced--B/F

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4964 1

Enhanced--Belgium English

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4965 1

Enhanced--Brazilian Portuguese

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4966 1

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Enhanced--Bulgarian

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4967 1

Enhanced--Chinese/US

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4968 1

Enhanced--Czech (ABB)

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4969 1

Enhanced--Danish

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4970 1

Enhanced--Dutch

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4971 1

Enhanced--French

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4972 1

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Enhanced--French Canadian

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4973 1

Enhanced--French Canadian

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4974 1

Enhanced--German

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4975 1

Enhanced--Greek

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4976 1

Enhanced--Greek/US

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A5078 1

Enhanced--Hebrew

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

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Enhanced--Hungarian

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4978 1

Enhanced--Iceland

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4979 1

Enhanced--Italy

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4980 1

Enhanced--Japanese

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4981 1

Enhanced--Korean

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4982 1

Enhanced--LA Spanish

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4983 1

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Enhanced--Norwegian

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4984 1

Enhanced--Polish

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4985 1

Enhanced--Portuguese

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4986 1

Enhanced--Romanian

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4987 1

Enhanced--Russian/Cyrillic

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4988 1

Enhanced--Serbian/Cyrillic

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

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Enhanced--Slovak

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4990 1

Enhanced--Spanish

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4991 1

Enhanced--Swedish/Finnish

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4992 1

Enhanced--SF/G

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4993 1

Enhanced--Thailand

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4994 1

Enhanced--Turkish

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4995 1

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Enhanced--Turkish

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4996 1

Enhanced--UK English

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4997 1

Enhanced--US European

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4998 1

Enhanced--Slovenian

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41A4999 1

Mice FRU # CRU

Optical wheel mouse (400 DPI), USB - red wheel

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 22M 22J 24J 25J 26M 26J 31J 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G 35U 35F 35S 36U 36F 36S 37U 37F 37S 41A 41Q 41T 41K 41R 42A 42Q 42T 42K 42R 45H 46B 47H 48H 49C 52C 53A 53Q 53K 54A 54Q 54K 55A 56A 57A 58A 58Q 58K 58R 59A 61A 62A 63A CTO 64G 69J 72J 73J 74J 76J 78J 82U 82F 82S 82L 82D 82Y 82G 82M 82A 82Q 82T 82C 82B 82H 82V 82K 82R 82E 82J 83U 83F 83S 83L 83D 83Y 83G 83M 83A 83Q 83T 83C 83B 83H 83V 83K 83R 83E 83J 84U 84F 84S 84L 84D 84Y 84G 84M 84A 84Q 84T 84C 84B 84H 84V 84K 84R 84E 84J 85U 85F 85S 85L 85D 85Y 85G 85M 85A 85Q 85T 85C 85B 85H 85V 85K 85R 85E 85J 86U 86F 86S 86L 86D 86Y 86G 86M 86A 86Q 86T 86C 86B 86H 86V 86K 86R 86E 86J 87U 87F 87S 87L 87D 87Y 87G 87M 87A 87Q 87T 87C 87B 87H 87V 87K 87R 87E 87J 88U 88F 88S 88L 88D 88Y 88G 88M 88A 88Q 88T 88C 88B 88H 88V 88K 88R 88E 88J 91U 91F 92J 93J 94J 95A 96A 97A 98A 99A A1C A2C A3U A3F A4U A4F A5U A5F A5S A5P A5L A5D A5Y A5G A5M A5A A5Q A5T A5C A5B A5H A5V A5K A5R A5E A5J A6U A6F A6S A6P A6L A6D A6Y A6G A6M A6A A6Q A6T A6C A6B A6H A6V A6K A6R A6E A6J A7U A7F A7S A7P A7L A7D A7Y A7G A7M A7A A7Q A7T A7C A7B A7H A7V A7K A7R A7E A7J A8U A8F A8S A8P A8L A8D A8Y A8G A8M A8A A8Q A8T A8C A8B A8H A8V A8K A8R A8E A8J A9U A9F A9S A9P A9L A9D A9Y A9G A9M A9A A9Q A9T A9C A9B A9H A9V A9K A9R A9E A9J B1U B1F

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B1S B1P B1L B1D B1Y B1G B1M B1A B1Q B1T B1C B1B B1H B1V B1K B1R B1E B1J B2G B3B B3H B4B B4H B5C B6J

MT 4221: 13C 14A 13B 13H 13V CTO

MT 4222: 41B 41H 41V 42B 42H 42V 43B 43H 43V 23M 24M 25M 27M 29J 32J 33J 34J 21G 16G 35U 35F 35S 37U 37F 37S 44A 44Q 44T 44K 44R 45A 45Q 45T 45K 45R 47C 46A 46Q 46K 46J 49A 49Q 49K 51A CTO 53G 54G 55G 67U 67F 67S 57G 58G 59G 61G 67U 67F 68U 68F 69U 69F 71J 72M 73M 74M 75M 76G 77G 78G 81U 81F 82J 83J 84J 85J 86J 87J 89J 91C 92C 98J 99J A1J 93U 93F 94U 94F 95U 95F 96U 96F 97U 97F A2G A3G A4M A5M A6J A7J A8C

Optical wheel mouse (400 DPI), USB - red wheel

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 22M 22J 24J 25J 26M 26J 31J 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G 35U 35F 35S 36U 36F 36S 37U 37F 37S 41A 41Q 41T 41K 41R 42A 42Q 42T 42K 42R 45H 46B 47H 48H 49C 52C 53A 53Q 53K 54A 54Q 54K 55A 56A 57A 58A 58Q 58K 58R 59A 61A 62A 63A CTO 64G 69J 72J 73J 74J 76J 78J 82U 82F 82S 82L 82D 82Y 82G 82M 82A 82Q 82T 82C 82B 82H 82V 82K 82R 82E 82J 83U 83F 83S 83L 83D 83Y 83G 83M 83A 83Q 83T 83C 83B 83H 83V 83K 83R 83E 83J 84U 84F 84S 84L 84D 84Y 84G 84M 84A 84Q 84T 84C 84B 84H 84V 84K 84R 84E 84J 85U 85F 85S 85L 85D 85Y 85G 85M 85A 85Q 85T 85C 85B 85H 85V 85K 85R 85E 85J 86U 86F 86S 86L 86D 86Y 86G 86M 86A 86Q 86T 86C 86B 86H 86V 86K 86R 86E 86J 87U 87F 87S 87L 87D 87Y 87G 87M 87A 87Q 87T 87C 87B 87H 87V 87K 87R 87E 87J 88U 88F 88S 88L 88D 88Y 88G 88M 88A 88Q 88T 88C 88B 88H 88V 88K 88R 88E 88J 91U 91F 92J 93J 94J 95A 96A 97A 98A 99A A1C A2C A3U A3F A4U A4F A5U A5F A5S A5P A5L A5D A5Y A5G A5M A5A A5Q A5T A5C A5B A5H A5V A5K A5R A5E A5J A6U A6F A6S A6P A6L A6D A6Y A6G A6M A6A A6Q A6T A6C A6B A6H A6V A6K A6R A6E A6J A7U A7F A7S A7P A7L A7D A7Y A7G A7M A7A A7Q A7T A7C A7B A7H A7V A7K A7R A7E A7J A8U A8F A8S A8P A8L A8D A8Y A8G A8M A8A A8Q A8T A8C A8B A8H A8V A8K A8R A8E A8J A9U A9F A9S A9P A9L A9D A9Y A9G A9M A9A A9Q A9T A9C A9B A9H A9V A9K A9R A9E A9J B1U B1F B1S B1P B1L B1D B1Y B1G B1M B1A B1Q B1T B1C B1B B1H B1V B1K B1R B1E B1J B2G B3B B3H B4B B4H B5C B6J

MT 4221: 13C 14A 13B 13H 13V CTO

MT 4222: 41B 41H 41V 42B 42H 42V 43B 43H 43V 23M 24M 25M 27M 29J 32J 33J 34J 21G 16G 35U 35F 35S 37U 37F 37S 44A 44Q 44T 44K 44R 45A 45Q 45T 45K 45R 47C 46A 46Q 46K 46J 49A 49Q 49K 51A CTO 53G 54G 55G 67U 67F 67S 57G 58G 59G 61G 67U 67F 68U 68F 69U 69F 71J 72M 73M 74M 75M 76G 77G 78G 81U 81F 82J 83J 84J 85J 86J 87J 89J 91C 92C 98J 99J A1J 93U 93F 94U 94F 95U 95F 96U 96F 97U 97F A2G A3G A4M A5M A6J A7J A8C

41U3030 1

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256MB NVIDIA NVS295 (2xDP)

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 25J 45H 53A 53Q 53K 59A 61A CTO 73J 95A

MT 4221: 13C 13B 13H 13V CTO

MT 4222: 24M 51A CTO 73M

46R2782 1

512MB NVIDIA NVS450 (4xDP)

MT 4215: CTO 64Y9895 1

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MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 24J CTO 72J

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 32J CTO

256MB NVIDIA FX380 (2xDVI)

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 22M 22J 13G 35U 35F 35S 46B 49C 54A 54Q 54K 57A 58A 58Q 58K 58R 62A CTO 69J 97A A1C A2C A3U A3F

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 23M 29J 13G 35U 35F 35S 45A 45Q 45T 45K 45R 47C 48C CTO 66U 66F 66S 71J 74M 91C 92C 93U 93F A3G

71Y6863 1

512MB NVIDIA FX580 (DVI + DP + DP)

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 26J 18G 36U 36F 36S 42A 42Q 42T 42K 42R 47H 52C 56A 63A CTO 74J 82U 82F 82S 82L 82D 82Y 82G 82M 82A 82Q 82T 82C 82B 82H 82V 82K 82R 82E 82J 85U 85F 85S 85L 85D 85Y 85G 85M 85A 85Q 85T 85C 85B 85H 85V 85K 85R 85E 85J 96A

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 43B 43H 43V 25M 34J 37U 37F 37S 44A 44Q 44T 44K 44R CTO 67U 67F 75M

46R2786 1

768MB NVIDIA FX1800 (2xDP, 1xDVI)

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 31J 14G 15G 16G 17G 37U 37F 37S 41A 41Q 41T 41K 41R 48H CTO 78J 81J 83U 83F 83S 83L 83D 83Y 83G 83M 83A 83Q 83T 83C 83B 83H 83V 83K 83R 83E 83J 84U 84F 84S 84L 84D 84Y 84G 84M 84A 84Q 84T 84C 84B 84H 84V 84K 84R 84E 84J 86U 86F 86S 86L 86D 86Y 86G 86M 86A 86Q 86T 86C 86B 86H 86V 86K 86R 86E 86J 87U 87F 87S 87L 87D 87Y 87G 87M 87A 87Q 87T 87C 87B 87H 87V 87K 87R 87E 87J 92J 94J 98A 99A

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 41B 41H 41V 42B 42H 42V 14G 15G 46A 46Q 46K 46J CTO 67U 67F 67S 64J 68U 68F 82J 83J

46R2788 1

DVI to VGA Dongle

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

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DVI to VGA Dongle

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

40Y7611 2

DP to DVI dongle

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

43N9160 2

DP to VGA dongle

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

45J9524 2

IEEE 1394 firewire adapter

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41D2781 1

1GB NVIDIA Quadro 2000 (1 x DVI-I, 2 x DP)

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO A5U A5F A5S A5P A5L A5D A5Y A5G A5M A5A A5Q A5T A5C A5B A5H A5V A5K A5R A5E A5J A7U A7F A7S A7P A7L A7D A7Y A7G A7M A7A A7Q A7T A7C A7B A7H A7V A7K A7R A7E A7J A9U A9F A9S A9P A9L A9D A9Y A9G A9M A9A A9Q A9T A9C A9B A9H A9V A9K A9R A9E A9J B1U B1F B1S B1P B1L B1D B1Y B1G B1M B1A B1Q B1T B1C B1B B1H B1V B1K B1R B1E B1J B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO 98J A1J 97U 97F A5M

89Y8856 1

1GB NVIDIA Quadro 600 (1 x DVI-I, 1 x DP)

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO A4U A4F A6U A6F A6S A6P A6L A6D A6Y A6G A6M A6A A6Q A6T A6C A6B A6H A6V A6K A6R A6E A6J A8U A8F A8S A8P A8L A8D A8Y A8G A8M A8A A8Q A8T A8C A8B A8H A8V A8K A8R A8E A8J B3B B3H B4B B4H B5C B6J

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO 98J A1J 95U 95F 96U 96F A2G A4M A8C

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Line Cord - US

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 35U 35F 35S 36U 36F 36S 37U 37F 37S 41A 42A 53A 54A 55A 56A 57A 58A 59A 61A 62A 63A CTO 82U 82F 82S 82L 82D 82A 82T 83U 83F 83S 83L 83D 83A 83T 84U 84F 84S 84L 84D 84A 84T 85U 85F 85S 85L 85D 85A 85T 86U 86F 86S 86L 86D 86A 86T 87U 87F 87S 87L 87D 87A 87T 88U 88F 88S 88L 88D 88A 88T 91U 91F 95A 96A 97A 98A 99A A3U A3F A4U A4F A5U A5F A5S A5L A5D A5A A5T A6U A6F A6S A6L A6D A6A A6T A7U A7F A7S A7L A7D A7A A7T A8U A8F A8S A8L A8D A8A A8T A9U A9F A9S A9L A9D A9A A9T B1U B1F B1S B1L B1D B1A B1T

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 35U 35F 35S 37U 37F 37S 44A 44Q 45A 45Q 46A 49A 51A CTO 67U 67F 67S 65U 65F 7U 67F 68U 68F 68F 69U 81U 81F 93U 93F 94U 94F 95U 95F 96U 96F 97U 97F

41R3184 1

Line Cord - China

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 49C 51C 52C CTO 82C 83C 84C 85C 86C 87C 88C A1C A2C A5C A6C A7C A8C A9C B1C B5C

MT 4221: 13C CTO

MT 4222: 47CCTO 91C 92C A8C

41R3256 1

Line Cord - Japan

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 22J 24J 25J 26J 31J CTO 69J 71J 72J 73J 74J 78J 82J 83J 84J 85J 86J 87J 88J 92J 93J 94J A5J A6J A7J A8J A9J B1J B6J

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 29J 31J 32J 33J 34J 46J CTO 63J 64J 71J 82J 83J 84J 85J 86J 87J 89J 98J 99J A1J A6J A7J

41R3248 1

Line Cord - Brazil

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO A5P A6P A7P AP8 A9P B1P

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41R3270 1

Line Cord - LA High Volt (APU)

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO 82Y 82L 83Y 83L 84Y 84L 85Y 85L 86Y 86L 87Y 87L 88L A5Y A5L A6Y A6L A7Y A7L A8Y A8L A9Y A9L B1Y B1L

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

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Line Cord-Australia / New Zealand

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 22M 26M 33M CTO 82M 83M 84M 85M 86M 87M 88M A5M A6M A7M A8M A9M B1M

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 23M 24M 25M 27M CTO 72M 73M 74M 75M A4M A5M

41R3196 1

Line Cord - Korea

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 41K 41R 42K 42R 53K 54K 58K 58R CTO 82K 82R 83K 83R 84K 84R 85K 85R 86K 86R 87K 87R 88K 88R A5K A5R A6K A6R A7K A7R A8K A8R A9K A9R B1K B1R

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 44K 44R 45K 45R 46K 49K CTO

41R3260 1

Line Cord - Hong Kong, UK, Ireland, Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei, Hong Kong

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G 45H 46B 47H 46B 53A 54A 55A 56A 57A 58A 59A 61A 62A 63A CTO 82B 82H 82G 82A 83B 83H 83G 83A 84B 84H 84G 84A 85B 85H 85G 85A 86B 86H 86G 86A 87B 87H 87G 87A 88B 88H 88G 88A 95A 96A 97A 98A 99A A5G A5A A6G A6A A7G A7A A8G A8A A9G A9A B1G B1A B2G B3B B3H B4B B4H

MT 4221: 11G 13B 13H CTO

MT 4222: 41B 41H 42B 42H 43B 43H 46A 49A 51A CTO A2G A3G

41R3224 1

Line Cord - Taiwan

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO 82V 83V 84V 85V 86V 87V 88V A5V A6V A7V A8V A9V B1V

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 41V 42V 43V CTO

41R3278 1

Line Cord - Italy

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G 35S 36S 37S CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G 35S 36S 37S CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

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Line Cord - A models

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 53A 54A 55A 56A 57A 58A 59A 61A 62A 63A CTO 82A 83A 84A 85A 86A 87A 88A 95A 96A 97A 98A 99A A5A A6A A7A A8A A9A B1A

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 46A 49A 51A CTO

41R3208 1

Line Cord - Denmark

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G 35S 36S 37S CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G 35S 36S 37S CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

41R3212 1

Line Cord - Switzerland

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G 35S 36S 37S CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G 35S 36S 37S CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

41R3228 1

Line Cord - Israel

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G 35S 36S 37S CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 22G 15G 16G CTO 52G 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G 79G A2G A3G

41R3236 1

Line Cord - South Africa

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 22M 26M 33M 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G 53A 54A 55A 56A 57A 58A 59A 61A 62A 63A CTO 64G 82M 82G 83M 83G 84M 84G 85M 85G 86M 86G 87M 87G 88M 88G 95A 96A 97A 98A 99A A5M A5G A5A A6M A6G A6A A7M A7G A7A A8M A8G A8A A9M A9G A9A B1M B1G B1A B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 23M 24M 25M 27M 21G 16G 46A 49A 51A CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 72M 73M 74M 75M 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G A4M A5M

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Line Cord - India

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 41Q 42Q 53Q 54Q CTO 82Q 83Q 84Q 85Q 86Q 87Q 88Q A5Q A6Q A7Q A8Q A9Q B1Q

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 46Q CTO

41R3341 1

Line Cord - Thailand

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 41T 42T CTO 82T 83T 84T 85T 86T 87T 88T A5T A6T A7T A8T A9T B1T

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 44T 45T CTO

43N9029 1

Power Cords --secondary FRU # CRU

Line Cord - US

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 35U 35F 35S 36U 36F 36S 37U 37F 37S 41A 42A 53A 54A 55A 56A 57A 58A 59A 61A 62A 63A CTO 82U 82F 82S 82L 82D 82A 82T 83U 83F 83S 83L 83D 83A 83T 84U 84F 84S 84L 84D 84A 84T 85U 85F 85S 85L 85D 85A 85T 86U 86F 86S 86L 86D 86A 86T 87U 87F 87S 87L 87D 87A 87T 88U 88F 88S 88L 88D 88A 88T 91U 91F 95A 96A 97A 98A 99A A3U A3F A4U A4F A5U A5F A5S A5L A5D A5A A5T A6U A6F A6S A6L A6D A6A A6T A7U A7F A7S A7L A7D A7A A7T A8U A8F A8S A8L A8D A8A A8T A9U A9F A9S A9L A9D A9A A9T B1U B1F B1S B1L B1D B1A B1T

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 35U 35F 35S 37U 37F 37S 44A 44Q 45A 45Q 46A 49A 51A CTO 67U 67F 67S 65U 65F 7U 67F 68U 68F 68F 69U 81U 81F 93U 93F 94U 94F 95U 95F 96U 96F 97U 97F

41R3185 1

Line Cord - China

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 49C 51C 52C CTO 82C 83C 84C 85C 86C 87C 88C A1C A2C A5C A6C A7C A8C A9C B1C B5C

MT 4221: 13C CTO

MT 4222: 47CCTO 91C 92C A8C

41R3257 1

Line Cord - Japan

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 22J 24J 25J 26J 31J CTO 69J 71J 72J 73J 74J 78J 82J 83J 84J 85J 86J 87J 88J 92J 93J 94J A5J A6J A7J A8J A9J B1J B6J

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 29J 31J 32J 33J 34J 46J CTO 63J 64J 71J 82J 83J 84J 85J 86J 87J 89J 98J 99J A1J A6J A7J

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Line Cord - Brazil

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO A5P A6P A7P AP8 A9P B1P

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41R3271 1

Line Cord - LA High Volt (APU)

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO 82Y 82L 83Y 83L 84Y 84L 85Y 85L 86Y 86L 87Y 87L 88L A5Y A5L A6Y A6L A7Y A7L A8Y A8L A9Y A9L B1Y B1L

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

41R3177 1

Line Cord-Australia / New Zealand

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 22M 26M 33M CTO 82M 83M 84M 85M 86M 87M 88M A5M A6M A7M A8M A9M B1M

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 23M 24M 25M 27M CTO 72M 73M 74M 75M A4M A5M

41R3197 1

Line Cord - Korea

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 41K 41R 42K 42R 53K 54K 58K 58R CTO 82K 82R 83K 83R 84K 84R 85K 85R 86K 86R 87K 87R 88K 88R A5K A5R A6K A6R A7K A7R A8K A8R A9K A9R B1K B1R

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 44K 44R 45K 45R 46K 49K CTO

41R3261 1

Line Cord - Hong Kong, UK, Ireland, Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei, Hong Kong

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G 45H 46B 47H 46B 53A 54A 55A 56A 57A 58A 59A 61A 62A 63A CTO 82B 82H 82G 82A 83B 83H 83G 83A 84B 84H 84G 84A 85B 85H 85G 85A 86B 86H 86G 86A 87B 87H 87G 87A 88B 88H 88G 88A 95A 96A 97A 98A 99A A5G A5A A6G A6A A7G A7A A8G A8A A9G A9A B1G B1A B2G B3B B3H B4B B4H

MT 4221: 3B 13H CTO

MT 4222: 41B 41H 42B 42H 43B 43H 46A 49A 51A CTO A2G A3G

41R3225 1

Line Cord - Taiwan

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO 82V 83V 84V 85V 86V 87V 88V A5V A6V A7V A8V A9V B1V

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 41V 42V 43V CTO

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Line Cord - Italy

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G 35S 36S 37S CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G 35S 36S 37S CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

41R3233 1

Line Cord - A models

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 53A 54A 55A 56A 57A 58A 59A 61A 62A 63A CTO 82A 83A 84A 85A 86A 87A 88A 95A 96A 97A 98A 99A A5A A6A A7A A8A A9A B1A

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 46A 49A 51A CTO

41R3209 1

Line Cord - Denmark

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G 35S 36S 37S CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G 35S 36S 37S CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

41R3213 1

Line Cord - Switzerland

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G 35S 36S 37S CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G 35S 36S 37S CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

41R3229 1

Line Cord - Israel

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G 35S 36S 37S CTO 64G 82G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 22G 15G 16G CTO 52G 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 76G 77G 78G 79G A2G A3G

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Line Cord - South Africa

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 22M 26M 33M 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G 53A 54A 55A 56A 57A 58A 59A 61A 62A 63A CTO 64G 82M 82G 83M 83G 84M 84G 85M 85G 86M 86G 87M 87G 88M 88G 95A 96A 97A 98A 99A A5M A5G A5A A6M A6G A6A A7M A7G A7A A8M A8G A8A A9M A9G A9A B1M B1G B1A B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 23M 24M 25M 27M 21G 16G 46A 49A 51A CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 72M 73M 74M 75M 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G A4M A5M

41R3221 1

Line Cord - India

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 41Q 42Q 53Q 54Q CTO 82Q 83Q 84Q 85Q 86Q 87Q 88Q A5Q A6Q A7Q A8Q A9Q B1Q

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 46Q CTO

41R3175 1

Line Cord - Thailand

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 41T 42T CTO 82T 83T 84T 85T 86T 87T 88T A5T A6T A7T A8T A9T B1T

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 44T 45T CTO

43N9030 1

Recovery discs

Windows Vista Business 32 Recovery CD Windows Vista Business 32 FRU # CRU

US English

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

89Y1262 1

English for India

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

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MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219:

MT 4220: 26M 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G 35U 36U 37U 41A 41T 41R 42A 42T 42R 45H 46B 47H 53A 54A 55A 56A 57A 58A 58R 61A 62A 63A CTO 64G 82U 82L 82G 82M 82A 82Q 82H 82R 82E 83U 83L 83G 83M 83A 83Q 83H 83R 83E 84U 84L 84G 84M 84A 84Q 84H 84R 84E 85U 85L 85G 85M 85A 85Q 85H 85R 85E 86U 86L 86G 86M 86A 86Q 86H 86R 86E 87U 87L 87G 87M 87A 87Q 87H 87R 87E 88U 88L 88G 88M 88A 88Q 88H 88R 88E 91U 95A 96A 97A 98A 99A A3U A4U A5U A5L A5G A5M A5A A5Q A5H A5R A5E A6U A6L A6G A6M A6A A6Q A6H A6R A6E A7U A7L A7G A7M A7A A7Q A7H A7R A7E A8U A8L A8G A8M A8A A8Q A8H A8R A8E A9U A9L A9G A9M A9A A9Q A9H A9R A9E B1U B1L B1G B1M B1A B1Q B1H B1R B1E B2G B3H B4H

MT 4221: 13H CTO

MT 4222: 41H 42H 43H 23M 24M 25M 27M 21G 16G 35U 37U 44A 44R 45A 45R 46A 49A 51A CTO 53G 54G 55G 66U 67U 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G 65U 67U 68U 68U 69U 72M 73M 74M 75M 76G 77G 78G 81U 93U 94U 95U 96U 97U A2G A3G A4M A5M

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French

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G 35F 36F 37F CTO 64G 82F 82G 83F 83G 84F 84G 85F 85G 86F 86G 87F 87G 88G 91F A3F A4F A5F A5G A6F A6G A7F A7G A8F A8G A9F A9G B1F B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G16G 35F 37F CTO 53G 54G 55G 67F 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G 65F 67F 68F 69F 76G 77G 78G 81F 93F 94F 95F 96F 97F A2G A3G

03W2718 1

German

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21GCTO 64G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G67F 68F 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

03W2720 1

Italian

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21GCTO 64G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G67F 68F 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

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Czech

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21GCTO 64G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G67F 68F 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

03W2716 1

Polish

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21GCTO 64G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G67F 68F 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

03W2726 1

Russian

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21GCTO 64G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G67F 68F 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

03W2729 1

Turkish

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21GCTO 64G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G67F 68F 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

03W2734 1

Hungarian

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21GCTO 64G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221:

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G67F 68F 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

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Greek

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21GCTO 64G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G67F 68F 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

03W2719 1

Korean

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 41K 42K 53K 54K 58K CTO 82K 83K 84K 85K 86K 87K 88K A5K A6K A7K A8K A9K B1K

MT 4221:

MT 4222: 44K 45K 46K 49K CTO

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Slovenian

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21GCTO 64G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G67F 68F 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

03W2731 1

Russian English

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21GCTO 64G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G67F 68F 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

03W2727 1

Romanian

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21GCTO 64G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221:

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G67F 68F 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

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Sebian- Latin

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21GCTO 64G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221:

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G67F 68F 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

03W2733 1

Slovakian

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21GCTO 64G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G67F 68F 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

03W2730 1

Arabic Localized

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21GCTO 64G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G67F 68F 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

03W2713 1

Japanese

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 22J 24J 25J 26J 31J CTO 69J 71J 72J 73J 74J78J 82J 83J 84J 85J 86J 87J 88J 92J 93J 94J A5J A6J A7J A8J A9J B1J B6J

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 28J 29J 32J 33J 34J 46J CTO 71J 82J 83J 84J 85J 86J 87J 89J 98J 99J A1J A6J A7J

03W2724 1

Simplified Chinese

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO 82C 83C 84C 85C 86C 87C 88C A1C A2C A5C A6C A7C A8C A9C B1C B5C

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO 91C 92C

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Traditional Chinese

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO 82V 83V 84V 85V 86V 87V 88V A5V A6V A7V A8V A9V B1V

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

03W2715 1

India English

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 41Q 42Q 53Q 54Q 58Q CTO 82Q 83Q 84Q 85Q 86Q 87Q 88Q

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 44Q 45Q 46Q 49Q CTO

03W2717 1

Hong Kong

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO 82B 83B 84B 85B 86B 87B 88B A5B A6B A7B A8B A9B B1B B3B B4B

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO A8C

03W2721 1

Spanish

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21GCTO 64G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G67F 68F 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

03W2732 1

C&L1 Nordics: DK/FI/SV/NO/EN

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21GCTO 64G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G67F 68F 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

03W2736 1

C&L2 EMEA: NL/FR/GR/IT/EN

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21GCTO 64G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G67F 68F 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

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US English

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 26M 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G 35U 36U 37U 41A 41T 41R 42A 42T 42R 45H 46B 47H 53A 54A 55A 56A 57A 58A 58R 61A 62A 63A CTO 64G 82U 82L 82G 82M 82A 82Q 82H 82R 82E 83U 83L 83G 83M 83A 83Q 83H 83R 83E 84U 84L 84G 84M 84A 84Q 84H 84R 84E 85U 85L 85G 85M 85A 85Q 85H 85R 85E 86U 86L 86G 86M 86A 86Q 86H 86R 86E 87U 87L 87G 87M 87A 87Q 87H 87R 87E 88U 88L 88G 88M 88A 88Q 88H 88R 88E 91U 95A 96A 97A 98A 99A A3U A4U A5U A5L A5G A5M A5A A5Q A5H A5R A5E A6U A6L A6G A6M A6A A6Q A6H A6R A6E A7U A7L A7G A7M A7A A7Q A7H A7R A7E A8U A8L A8G A8M A8A A8Q A8H A8R A8E A9U A9L A9G A9M A9A A9Q A9H A9R A9E B1U B1L B1G B1M B1A B1Q B1H B1R B1E B2G

MT 4221: 13H CTO

MT 4222: 41H 42H 43H 23M 24M 25M 27M 21G 16G 35U 37U 44A 44R 45A 45R 46A 49A 51A CTO 53G 54G 55G 66U 67U 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G 65U 67U 68U 68U 69U 72M 73M 74M 75M 76G 77G 78G 81U 93U 94U 95U 96U 97U A2G A3G A4M A5M

03W2761 1

French

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21G 35F 36F 37F CTO 64G 82F 82G 83F 83G 84F 84G 85F 85G 86F 86G 87F 87G 88G 91F A3F A4F A5F A5G A6F A6G A7F A7G A8F A8G A9F A9G B1F B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G16G 35F 37F CTO 53G 54G 55G 67F 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G 65F 67F 68F 69F 76G 77G 78G 81F 93F 94F 95F 96F 97F A2G A3G

03W2744 1

German

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21GCTO 64G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G67F 68F 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

03W2746 1

Italian

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21GCTO 64G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G67F 68F 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

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Czech

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21GCTO 64G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G67F 68F 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

03W2742 1

Polish

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21GCTO 64G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G67F 68F 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

03W2751 1

Portuguese

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21GCTO 64G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222:

03W2752 1

Russian

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21GCTO 64G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G67F 68F 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

03W2755 1

Turkish

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21GCTO 64G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G67F 68F 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

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Hungarian

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21GCTO 64G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G67F 68F 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

03W2748 1

Greek

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21GCTO 64G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G67F 68F 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

03W2745 1

Korean

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 41K 42K 53K 54K 58K CTO 82K 83K 84K 85K 86K 87K 88K A5K A6K A7K A8K A9K B1K

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 44K 45K 46K 49K CTO

03W2750 1

Slovenia

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21GCTO 64G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G67F 68F 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

03W2757 1

Russian English

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21GCTO 64G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G67F 68F 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

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MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21GCTO 64G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G67F 68F 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

03W2754 1

Sebian- Latin

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21GCTO 64G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G67F 68F 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

03W2759 1

Slovakian

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21GCTO 64G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G67F 68F 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

03W2756 1

Arabic Localized

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21GCTO 64G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G67F 68F 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

03W2738 1

Brazil Portuguese

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220:

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222:

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Simplified Chinese

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO 82C 83C 84C 85C 86C 87C 88C A1C A2C A5C A6C A7C A8C A9C B1C B5C

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO 91C 92C

03W2740 1

Traditional Chinese

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO 82V 83V 84V 85V 86V 87V 88V A5V A6V A7V A8V A9V B1V

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO

03W2741 1

India English

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 41Q 42Q 53Q 54Q 58Q CTO 82Q 83Q 84Q 85Q 86Q 87Q 88Q

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 44Q 45Q 46Q 49Q CTO

03W2743 1

Hong Kong

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO 82B 83B 84B 85B 86B 87B 88B A5B A6B A7B A8B A9B B1B B3B B4B

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: CTO A8C

03W2747 1

Spanish

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21GCTO 64G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G67F 68F 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

03W2758 1

C&L1 Nordics: DK/FI/SV/NO/EN

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21GCTO 64G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G67F 68F 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

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C&L2 EMEA: NL/FR/GR/IT/EN

MT 4215: CTO 03W2763 1

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MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: 12G 13G 15G 16G 17G 18G 21GCTO 64G 83G 84G 85G 86G 87G 88G A5G A6G A7G A8G A9G B1G B2G

MT 4221: CTO

MT 4222: 21G 16G CTO 53G 54G 55G 57G 58G 59G 61G 62G67F 68F 76G 77G 78G A2G A3G

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Japanese

MT 4215: CTO

MT 4219: CTO

MT 4220: CTO

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Chapter 11. 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

Management Information Format (MIF)

Hardware-controlled passwords Hardware-controlled passwords are set using the Setup Utility program. For more information about passwords, see Using passwords on page 39.

Operating system password 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 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 on page 165.

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. Select Standard CMOS Features.

Sources for obtaining the latest level BIOS available 1. Lenovo support web site: http://www.lenovo.com/support 2. Lenovo Customer Support Center 3. Levels 1 and 2 Support

To update (flash) the BIOS, see Updating (flashing) the BIOS on page 165.

Updating (flashing) the BIOS This section provides instructions on how to update the BIOS for your computer.

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Updating (flashing) the BIOS from a disc System BIOS program updates are available at: http://www.lenovo.com/support

To update (flash) the BIOS from a disc, 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 or changing the startup device sequence on page 41.

2. Make sure the computer is turned on. Insert the disc into the optical drive.

3. Turn off the computer and back on again. The update begins.

4. When prompted to change the serial number, press N.

Note: If you want to change the serial number, press Y when prompted. Type in the serial number and then press Enter.

5. When prompted to change the machine type/model, press N.

Note: If you want to change the machine type/model, press Y when prompted. Type in the machine type/model and then press Enter.

6. Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the update.

Updating (flashing) BIOS from your operating system Note: Because Lenovo makes constant improvements to the Web site, the Web page contents are subject to change without notice, including the contents referenced in the following procedure.

To update (flash) 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. In the Enter a product number field, type your machine type and click Go.

b. Click Downloads and drivers.

c. Select BIOS in the Refine results field to easily locate all the BIOS related links.

d. Click the BIOS update link.

e. Click the TXT file that contains the instructions for updating (flashing) BIOS from your operating system.

3. Print these instructions. This is very important because they are not on the screen after the download begins.

4. Follow the printed instructions to download, extract, and install the update.

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

1. Turn off the computer and any attached devices, such as printers, monitors, and external drives.

2. Unplug all power cords from electrical outlets, and remove the computer cover. Refer to Removing the computer cover on page 73.

3. Locate the Clear CMOS /Recovery jumper on the system board. Refer to Locating parts on the system board on page 71.

4. Remove any cables that impede access to the Clear CMOS /Recovery jumper.

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5. You might need to remove the secondary hard disk drive to access the Clear CMOS /Recovery jumper. See Replacing the secondary hard disk drive on page 93.

6. Move the jumper from the standard position (pin 1 and pin 2) to the maintenance position (pin 2 and pin 3).

7. Reconnect any cables that were disconnected and reinstall the secondary hard disk drive if removed. See Replacing the secondary hard disk drive on page 93.

8. Reinstall the computer cover and reconnect the power cords for the computer and monitor to electrical outlets. Refer to Completing the FRU replacement on page 103.

9. Turn on the computer and the monitor. Insert the POST/BIOS update (flash) disc into the optical drive.

10. Turn the computer off and back on again. The recovery session begins.

Note: The recovery session will take two to three minutes. During this time you will hear a series of beeps.

11. 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.

12. Repeat step 2 through step 4.

13. Move the Clear CMOS /Recovery jumper back to the standard position (pin 1 and pin 2).

14. Reconnect any cables that were disconnected and reinstall the secondary hard disk drive if removed.

15. Reinstall the computer cover and reconnect any cables that were disconnected.

16. 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.

Serial Port A Ring Detect: With this feature set to Enabled and an external modem connected to serial port (COM1), the computer will turn on automatically when a ring is detected on the modem.

PCI Modem Ring Detect: With this feature set to Enabled, the computer will turn on automatically when a ring is detected on the internal modem.

PCI Wake Up: This feature allows PCI cards that support this capability to wake the system.

Wake Up on Alarm: 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

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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:

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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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