Fix Error 0175 Bad Crc1 Stop Post Task
It needs to be reloaded to the chip - by a eeprom dump - repair of the eeprom bin file (if not able to be repaired, then you need a similar If you have not done this before, follow the "readme" instructions to a tee, although the IBM process seems to be quite straight forward. I really need your help. Does anyone have any new advice on fixing this BAD CRC1 error for the T series?
Motherboard Forums Forums > Archives > Archives > Motherboards > Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Recent Activity New Profile Posts I can pay via Paypal or money order asap. However, that means your system serial number gets wiped out. When I turn the machine on it freezes after the IBM Thinkpad Logo screen and shows ERROR 0175: BAD CRC1, STOP POST TASK.
Unfortunately, we cannot refund the CRC recovery cost. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Any ideas on how I can fix this or what the problem is? Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum.
- By the way, I've searched around and discovered that this particular 0175 CRC error is not uncommon amongst the T2* series and may be related to the power-up problem that affilicts
- KW2500 wrote:I am trying to repair my IBM T21 (model 2647-6BU).
- I can't currently afford a newer model, so I would use this other T21 as a band-aid until I can afford a T60 or T43.
- Really messes the EAROMs up on our older legacy units.
- PCs have the same problem.
- I recommend Memtest86+ for the job.
- Thanks in advance >> P N > > Whilst googling for some thinkpad err codes earlier, I came across this > site: > > http://www.ja.axxs.net/unlock > > It might help... >
- If I choose either the F1 or F12 option it will take several minutes before giving a couple of beeps and returning the following screen (which I've tried to copy): Quote:PhoenixBIOS
Can this be fixed? I pressed the power button one more time and before it would turn off I was able to press the F1 or F2 button for the BIOS. Try entering using a extra keyboard. Any more suggestions?
Stay logged in Welcome to Motherboard Point Welcome to Motherboard Point a friendly motherboard forum full of tech experts.. Thanks in advance P N More about : ibm error 0175 bad crc1 stop post task Tim March 9, 2005 12:35:23 AM Archived from groups: comp.sys.laptops (More info?) On Tue, 08 Contact me for additional information. -Joe [email protected] 11-02-2003, 11:38 AM Ol'Tunzafun http://www.laptopbios.com/ Bookmarked All times are GMT -4. However, if you want to get another T21, your old HD will fit. _________________IBM TP T41p (1.7G/1GB/100GB-7k100/DVD-CDRW/SXGA+/BT)IBM TP T22 (900/512/40/DVD/CDRW/14")IBM TP A31 (1.8GHz/512MB/40GB/DVD-CDRW/15" SXGA)For sale: n/aWTB: n/a Top Profile Reply
Thanks, Brandon brandonscott11, Dec 15, 2006 #1 Mada_Milty MajorGeek Yes, it may be caused by a dying CMOS battery, and for the cost of one (approx. $5 CDN), it is Mobo was too much hassle for me to work on (I couldn't even figure out where the BIOS chip was...it wasn't in a socket), so I junked it. Incorrect assumption. If you are not trying to do anything funny with the BIOS and maintain the CMOS battery properly, the system should operate correctly for years.
X6x Tablet ThinkPad X2/X3/X4x Series incl. thanks. All Rights Reserved. There are several tests you can perform (described below) to tell if this is the case with your system.
The chance of corrupting the eeprom if power fails or the AC adaptor is unplugged resulting in CRC errors in the eeprom is EXTREMELY HIGH. Even when there is no password set. The time now is 03:08 PM. Can this be fixed?
Please let me know next step. If not, I am considering buying another T21 and inserting my old hard drive into the machine for recovery. Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 04-10-2008 05:38 AM you can try to reflash the BIOS (3.5" disk Should I be replacing the lithium backup battery?
Any board from a T20, T21 or T22 will work. I just had this happen with my desktop pc and was force to buy a new motherboard. Copyright 2002 Quinstreet Inc.
Goodday everyone i have an Ibm t20 am working on it stop and freez at error 0175 bad crc1 I HAVE CLEARED THE CMOS BATTERY BUT NO CHANGED.WHAT CAN BE DONE
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The system should sit at this error for ever or until user intervention occurs. 3) Some things to watch for while the system is sitting at the CRC error and running Forum Search Option T430 2347-G7U W8 x64, Yoga 10 HD+, Tablet 1838-2BG, T61p 6460-67G W7 x64, T43p 2668-G2G XP, T23 2647-9LG XP, plus a few more. This does not necessarily mean that aftermarket services like www.badflash.com cannot do anything for you. but my whole system freezes up even the keyboard but as I said I will keep looking for more info ...
I think that the real question is what are the ODDS of something happening. _________________"Say hallo to ma lil' friend"...Rules of the RoadSelling off my Thinkpad museum :-/ Top Profile It will also give the beeps if no memory is installed. When I turn the machine on it freezes after the IBM Thinkpad Logo screen and shows ERROR 0175: BAD CRC1, STOP POST TASK. If you tried putting it into a T23, I am almost positive that it won't work (at least not without Windows totally reconfiguring itself).
I had already checked that site but maybe I missed something ...