PROBLEM WITH ERRORS HARD DRIVE DEV-017 ERR 81- FRU 6010 APRECIATE
HI, I have a IBM 600E 2645 4u..I.m having a problem getting back into win,s 98.I know part or all of the problem has to do with the hard drive .In the area where it checks the whole sys. individualy,the only place it showed a problem was the hard drive where it showed these errors. DEV 017-ERR 81- AND FRU 6010.IT MENTIONED IF THIS PAGE KEEPS SHOWING disable bios memory options such as caching or shadowing.Problem is file partmgr. sys.page fault in nonpaged area.I don,t know how to do this.This show,s up after win,s has loaded and ready to open. With out a CD in these # show in top left corner,1990302,1990305 I though F8 was where safe mode was but it don,t show it. I WOULD APRECIATE ANY HELP WITH THIS ,AND I THANK YOU IN ADVANCE.TONY
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As you boot up the computer, keep on pressing the F8 key, you will be able to get into the Windows Startup Menu and be able to select Safe menu.
You most likely have a problem with a bad block in the page swap file area.
You may still not get Windows to open, and basically your need to format the hard disk and this will lock out the bad blocks and then you can install Windows again.
This also indicated your hard disk is wearing out and more than likely you will get more bad blocks and this will cause further problems such as computer locking up to data file corruption and or loss files etc.
You have an old laptop (it must have come out of the ark), it is not fixing, unless you can get another hard drive very cheaply, put your money towards a new one.
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Hi blue_sky_day, While googling on the net, I found something related to your problem at this web site: http://www.howtomendit.com/answers.php?id=12813 There are explained many things about your IBM 600E Thinkpad, you will have to read it and see if you can solve your trouble.
I ran the diagnostics and had errors on the SystemBoard,
DEV 001, ERR 91, FRU 3610. Upon reading on other sites, it said that the battery is dead and to remove it and run the diagnostics using just the power plug. That did correct the SystemBoard error. It is still running the diagnostics. Next I will see if I can boot the system using a boot disk if necessary.
Have you tried using the reset jumper on the motherboard? I had a PC a few months ago that I had to replace the battery in. I eventually had to use the clear CMOS jumper and the reset BIOS jumper to get the computer to load to BIOS normally. Remember, if you don't have to correct the date and time, then the BIOS has not been reset. Sometimes it is a good idea to leave the PC off and unplugged for about 10-15 minutes to let the capacitors drain down. By doing this after reseting the PC, it gives you a clean cold boot (meaning there is nothing stored and nothing has had power before a reboot).
You can go into the BIOS and change the boot order of the drive devices,change the CD as the 1st boot device.
As the laptop boots up, press F12, this will allow you to select the CD as a boot device.
the following data is from the hardware maintenance manual for the thinkpad 600 series and is readily available from http://www.lenovo.com/support
Symptom or error FRU or action, in sequence 161 Dead battery. 1. Go to “Checking the backup battery” on page 12. 2. Backup battery. 3. System board. 163 Time and date were not set. 1. Set time and date. 2. System board. 173 Configuration data was lost. 1. Select OK in the error screen; then set the time and date. 2. Backup battery. 3. System board. 192 Fan error. 1. Go to “Testing the computer” on page 7. 2. Measure the voltage of the backup battery. If the voltage is not correct, replace the backup battery. 3. Fan. 4. System board.