Updating ram in ibm thinkpad 600x
I will show you how to carefully remove the connector from your dead battery and attach it a new watch battery purchased for .00 at Radioshack.
Parts and tools:1x dead Thinkpad BIOS battery1x CR2025 watch battery1x Roll of packing tape1x Sharp knife1x Needle-nose pliers Since we are not going to spot solder the contacts to the new battery, we have to make sure that they make consistent contact when taped to it.
I have got refurbished laptop which is in amazing condition just like new.
Then members can advise what your best option would be.Does it worth considering all I want to do with it is working with office? Thank you all From my experience with IBM laptops, it is worth a try, but: - first, make yourself comfortable with removing your present CPU: if you can't remove it easily, you won't be able to replace it anyway - check that you won't need any special thermal compound to stick the cooler back on the cpu - ensure that it is a 440BX chipset you have, otherwise getting a 500MHz cpu will be useless (if you have a ZX chip on your granny laptop, you're out) - I would guess that the price of the replacement mmu would be quite small. on a free laptop While IBM series usually follow very close hardware specifications, changing the cpu is not that easy. If you see the POST error in the picture on your IBM Thinkpad 600X's screen, your BIOS battery is probably dead.