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I got a think pad 600 when i turn it on it tells me i got a problem with the system boardafter testing it it says dev 001 err 91 fru 3610 whats up with it and how can i fix it ? plse help thx

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  • uselessmrs Dec 03, 2008

    thx but its very old and will definatly not be under warrenty ...its old but usually reliable... guess it might be time for a new one..

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Your best bet at this point is, unfortunately, to call the manufacturer and see what they say. If it's under warranty, you can send it in to them for a fix.

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