cf-19 mk3 bios

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  1. ohlip

    ohlip Toughbook Modder

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    It doesn't matter if you do have ts model or dual touch. Anyway, The touch model can be modified to dual touch by adding a Wacom digitizel panel at the back of LCD and then replace the harness or add the wiring cable for digitizer from the connector for mbo. up to the digitizer panel connector.

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    Shellback Notebook Geek

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    Kind of late to the party, but the Panasonic Canada site has a download just now for "CF19K_mk3_BIOSV3.01L22" which is the "BIOS for CF19Kxxxxx series XP OS computers. Do NOT downgrade v3.01Lxx to v3.00Lxx".
    Hope that helps someone.
     
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    magadan8 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi, can you tell me please where this bios chip is located on the board?
    The pc is cf-19 MK3
     
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    On the backside near the WIFI-card/backup-battery :)
    I think it is a 25L644SE
     
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    magadan8 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Thanks but still can`t find it (no chip with L25...). If I`ll send you a picture of the board, can you mark on it where`s the chip?

    We have several working pc's with bios pass (no one can remember what's the pass) and several bad mothersboards (no pass on them for sure), so I want to change the chip.
     
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    :) I wrote 25L644SE, not L25 ... :)
    Normaly there is not a lot to do in a Panasonic BIOS and there are other options too, to adjust things, even in the BIOS.
    But nevermind; yes of course, post a pic and I will try to point u on the IC.
     
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  8. onirakkiss

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    Because of the BIOS-chip, why don't u look under the backup battery ;) And keep in mind to pull the plug of the battery if u are working on the board.
    Which com-port are u referring to? What is ur problem? The SuperIO SIO10N268 will u find in the 1.pic top right besides the connector (Doesn't it make sense to move ur problem in a new thread?)
     
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    No, I don't think this is the correct chip. I had said under the battery. near the hole with a bigger area of copper is the 8 pin IC.
    I told u in the post above, what the IC for COM-port etc is. Maybe a problem in a connector/flex-cable to the sideboard or a surge protection chip was killed.
     
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