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Identifying your ThinkPad (TP) model

The TP models listed on the pages of this website refer to the model number which is displayed on your TP near the LCD Hinge, either on the LCD frame or around the top of the Keyboard, not the numbers underneath the TP.

The model number consists of a combination of letters and numbers, for example;

370C, 380Z, 380XD, 560Z, 600, 760EL, 760LD, 770 series, 770E, 770ED, 240, 240X, 390E, 390X, 570, 600e, 600X, 770Z, A20m, A21e, A21m, A22e, A22m, A30, A30p, A31, A31p, G40, G41, R30, R31, R32, R40, R400, R50, R500,  R50p, R51, R52, R61, R60, R61i, T20, T21, T22, T23, T30, T40, T40p, T400, T43, T43p, T500, T41, T41p, T42, T42p, T60, T60p, T61, T61p, TransNote, W500, X20, X200, X21, X22, X23, X24, X30, X200, X300, X301, X31, X40, X41, X41T, X60, X60s, Z60, X61, X61s, X61t,  Z61

For example a TP X20 has X20 printed near the ON/OFF switch above the F6 key.

 

Your TP's model is NOT the XXXX-XXX-XXXXXX number printed on the barcode on the bottom of the TP, that is IBM's  "Type" , "Model" and "Serial Number" for warranty.

  Up Your TP Model TP HM Manuals Other Models Making probes GND Connection Soldering to EEPROM 390 390E 390X 600 600e 600x A20 A21 A22 m/p A30 A30p A31 A31p G40 G41 L412 L512 L520 R30 R31 R32 R40 R400 R50 and R51 R51e R52 R60 R61 R61i R500 SL410 SL510 T20 T21 T22 T23 T30 T40/p T41/p T42/p T400 T400s T410 T410S T420 T43 T43p T430 T500 T510 T520 T60 T60p T61 T61p W500 W510 W520 W530 X1 Carbon X100e X130e X200 X200T X201 Tablet X220 and X230 X30 X31 X300 X301 X40 and X41 X60 X60s X60Tablet X61 X61s X61t Z60 Z60m Z61 Z61m Z61T

Disclaimer

I make no warranty that any of my information is correct, or safe, or does or does not breach any warranty clause,  or anything else, it is up to you to decide if you will follow all or any of the instructions to recover the Supervisor Password from a TP. It is up to you to decide, I am not responsible for the results or for any consequential or incidental damages whatsoever.

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