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Old 06-08-2010, 00:23   #31 (permalink)
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Z60 you treat as EEPROM Type LSI
Locating the Z60 connection points
Switch the Z60 OFF.
You should have downloaded the hardware Maintenance Manual already, if you have not done so,
Click on the hyperlink below to download the PDF file containing the Z60 Hardware Maintenance Manual, you will need to install Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the manual, Adobe Acrobat is FREE and can be obtained here -> Adobe Downloads once you have downloaded the files, close the browser window to return to this page.
<b> Hardware Maintenance Manual - ThinkPad Z60t

Hardware Maintenance Manual - ThinkPad Z60m
It is best to Right Click on the link above then Save "Target as" that way you will have a copy of the PDF file on your PC.
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Once you have your HMM search the manual for "Removing and replacing a FRU" then scroll down to 1200 System Board, it's on Page 97 of the manual, follow the instructions in the manual to remove all the other FRUs to gain access to and remove the System Board.
You need to access the pads underneath the Intel 82801GBM as illustrated below.








This is not easy, you will need to have the Keyboard and LCD plugged into the system board in such a way that none touch any contacts on the system board, use paper as an insulator to keep things from electrically shorting out, later you will need to plug in the AC adaptor and switch on the TP while holding 3 probes to the GND SCL and SDA points under the system board. Do NOT switch ON the Z60 now, that will be done LATER.
Assembling your TP
You need to re-assemble your TP as you will have to have it switched ON and running to read the eeprom.
Follow the Hardware Maintenance Manual [FRU System Board], very carefully, double check screw type and size for each individual module. Assemble the TP in the reverse order used to dismantle it.










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Old 06-08-2010, 00:26   #32 (permalink)
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here VIDEO exemple from MARTECH-SBS SUPPORT

REMOVE PASSWORD BIOS FROM IBM thinkpad X61


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please Z61t pinout

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Old 12-19-2010, 16:01   #35 (permalink)
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here auther model good eeprom location




SL410 & SL510 - Looks like the new SL series switched from AMI to Phoenix FirstBIOS so our old friend (24RF08 - PS08) is back in business once again. R24RF08/W24RF08 is the right software, as usual.
*The older SL400/SL500 still need the SPEG programmer to be unlocked




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T410, T510
T410 and T510 eeprom here:














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here good pic pcb ibm L412/ L512









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I have unlocked T42 and R40 with the interface for 24RF08 and the R24C01 reader. How can I read PC8394T ? Can I read this eeprom with the interface for 24RF08? What reader I need and from where? I`m begginer in this domain. Please help me!
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here good pic pcb ibm L412/ L512
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Help

Please can you help me IBM T42
I have connect the pins to the eeprom but when i try to read it I become: eeprom not found
I have make the cable from this site
http://sodoityourself.com/hacking-ib...bios-password/
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I make it
cable pins where worng
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Found PC8394T.1.0d.rar reader writer but password protected.
maybe someone will crack rar pass

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PC8394T.1.0d.rar
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ru-board = password
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IBM ThinkPad R60e - location EEPROM

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EEPROM Location and Type on IBM ThinkPad R60e. Where: SDA, SCL, GND.

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