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I have an IBM 600 Thinkpad. Hadn't used it in a while but went back to try and use it and it doesn't seem to work. First, it doesn't seem to take a charge. Yellow light just keeps blinking but never charges and switches to green like it's charged. Second, I can plug it in and it boots up.. sort of. I get three error codes: 00161, 00192 and 00163. I click "OK" and it prompts me to run a test. When I run a test on the System Board I get more error codes: DEV 001, ERR 91 and FRU 3610. What's up? Thanks. Jeff

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