Discussion in 'Panasonic' started by ADOR, Feb 26, 2014.
Ok...that's new to me. I never heard of that before. Glad you got it working.
Hi all recently purchased a CF19 mk6 now I need to find a complete wiring diagram for this toughbook series. You know where I can find it thanks in advance for your help Mario
Sadly our source for wiring diagrams is no longer available.
I probably have the service manual for a mk6.
If we are lucky it is the real service manual and not just a parts diagram.
Hi Shawn sorry for the delay but you have the manual on paper or in pdf ?? if I could share it I would be grateful
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really probably stupid question but could i fit a mk6 motherboard in a mk4 body?
If I recall,
it will fit IF you do some dremel work.
It is NOT a direct fit.
It has been a long time since I had a CF 19 apart.
i got a CF-19RHRAX1M off ebay with no hard drive and a bad battery and no charger. i bought a replacement battery and hard drive and the battery was charged and this was the first time it has turned on in my possession and i would like to install windows 10 in the new hard drive but i keep having problems like it starting up with the windows 10 blue logo and then just randomly rebooting and the same thing happens when it reboots and tries to start the automatic system repair or i will get a black screen with white letters that will have a prompt that will eventually show errors like pxe-e61. any help will be great. also ive been trying to install windows 10 off a usb drive if that makes a difference.
Not a specific CF-19 or Panasonic problem, google for the solution.
Since I have a MK5 and Mk6 now headed to the house in beat to hell condition I thought I would finally get around to a hardware Spec update to this thread as when I started it I didn't have the newer models to compare.
(I will be robing stuff of the Mk3 with bios password to fix the Mk5 for my middle son, That will give him a big CPU and GPU boost in his travel laptop. I got the Mk6 to check out as I still have a couple of Caddies laying around.)
(AND IT LOOKS LIKE MY EXCEL DOCUMENT HAS FAILED TO LOAD)
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