Problem: Here's where I need a little help. Using the BIOS update file from IBM/Lenovo, I was able to delete the old number. I am trying to enter the new (actually the same) model number. The screen shows _____-____. The cursor is in the second (3 digit) portion of the blanks, and I can't get it over to the other side. At this point, I can only get it to accept 3 digits.
This seems like something simple... but its 3AM over here, and I just don't see it. If anyone who's done this before could give me a tip, I'd appreciate it.
EDIT: I have made a new post in the *How to and FAQ* Forum with the latest official (Lenovo) download address
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RFID error could be a bad eeprom though if I remember correctly. (it's been a long time, we've just been reading and (doing unmentionable things with them) for years
If that's the case I do have some bad boards with GPU issues I'd ship for next to nothing. (if you had to replace your eeprom of course)
I have yet to see an RFID unit in any Thinkpad (and I have seen only about 120 so far...)
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