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Windows 2000Nt error

by mythman3 / March 21, 2005 5:50 AM PST

OS/Win 2000Nt
256Mb RAM
450 Mhz Processor
After inserting a new system memory -which has worked for several days, fine- I recieved this message:
184 asset control antenna not detected
176 the system has been tampered with
turn power to your system off and the on
your system is locked
How do I fix this, wothout losing data?

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by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / March 21, 2005 5:56 AM PST
In reply to: Windows 2000Nt error

I can't know if you need that BIOS update from IBM. Here's the text from IBM.COM that might apply, but I can't tell since you didn't reveal the make and model.

I can assure you this is not a Windows 2000 issue.

"Flash BIOS update
for IBM Aptiva 2178 and 2198 systems
README

This package updates the basic input/output system (BIOS) on
Aptiva(R) model 2178-xxx and 2198-xxx computers.

BIOS is programming that controls low-level hardware operations,
including interactions with diskette drives, hard disk drives,
and the keyboard. The BIOS is stored on a chip. Your computer
uses flash BIOS, which can be updated through a program on a
flash diskette so that you do not have to replace the BIOS
chip to update the BIOS.

Note: Make note of any settings you have changed in the BIOS
Configuration Utility. These settings may have to be re-entered
after updating the BIOS.

Print this file so that you can refer to it during the
installation.


Downloading the update
----------------------
1. Click the file link to download the file from the web page.
2. When prompted, select a drive and directory in which to save
the downloaded file.


Extracting the update
---------------------
Installing this update involves creating a BIOS flash diskette and
running the flash program from the diskette. Before you begin,
have a blank 1.44 MB diskette ready.

1. Click Start, highlight Find, then click Files and Folders.
2. Insert a blank 1.44MB floppy diskette into the diskette drive.
3. Type pjjt38a.exe in the search box, then click Find Now. This
will locate the pjjt38a.exe file you just downloaded.
4. Double-click the icon for pjjt38a.exe.
5. Follow the onscreen prompts. The necessary files will be
extracted to the diskette.


Installing the update
---------------------
1. Close all open applications.
2. Leave the diskette in the A: drive, and shut down and restart
the computer to start the BIOS flash program. You will be
prompted with the following message:

Press Enter to continue.
Press ESC to cancel.

3. Press Enter. You will be prompted with the following message:

0 = Quit
1 = Flash BIOS
2 = Update Serial and Model Numbers
Select Choice (0-2):

4. Press 1.
5. Press Enter.
6. Wait until you see a message stating

************************************
* POST/BIOS update was successful. *
************************************

****************************************
* Press ESC key to restart the system. *
****************************************

7. Remove the diskette from the diskette drive.
8. Press ESC.


Flash Changes
-------------
PJJT31A is the flash diskette level.
PJKT31A is the BIOS binary image level.
NOTE: All changes carry forward. That is, if a change is added
in 01, it is also in 02, 03 etc.

CHANGES for PJKTxxA/PJJTxxA:

PJKT20A/PJJT20A:
- Initial Release

PJKT21A/PJJT21A:
- Win98 USB manual test fails
- Setup screen shows 300, 356, 400MHZ
- OB2.4 - No awakening, booting, or POST msgs sent to AOL proxy
- Register Change for AGP 4X
- S4 boot update
- Hangs in PXE mode with IBM Adapter 2 Token ring
- Cleanup for SMBIOS
- RF setting incorrect with Enhanced security
- System summary menu flagged with no changes

PJKT22A/PJJT22A:
- RIPL fails loading DOS netbind
- Possible hang with PCI ROMs which can not be read reliably
- Need processor patch for 667/133
- Add Support for 667MHz and 733MHz processors
- Hang in PXE mode with IBM Adapter 2 Token ring
- Add ability to select bytes not to be overwritten by SRCMOS
- Setting POP/PAP locks system after post

PJKT23A/PJJT23A:
- System does not prompt for password for flash

PJKT24A/PJJT24A:
- Double 177 POST error after RFID tamp bit is triggered
- WSOD Intermittently Hangs with S3 AGP Card
- System Hangs on RPL 802.2 Boot with WSOD
- Atmel sticky bit needs to be cleared
- System Security Control Logic Error After BB Recovery
- POST error 184 Asset control antenna not detected
- Linking smbus.asm, correcting read and write problems
- Phase out of duplicate subroutine
- RFID settings not reset if BIOS settings are not saved

PJKT25A/PJJT25A:
- Added Number9 Card and AGP 4X fixes

PJKT26A/PJJT26A:
- Remove Speed Option in Setup
- When you POP three times, wording erroneous 2 times
- AoL SMBIOS structure not programmed for AoL Token Ring card
- Update processor patches with new Intel ucode
- Add bus speed (either 33MHz or 66 MMHz) of 64 bit PCI
- Reset S5 trap in ACPIenable to disable ACPI I/O space trap
- Add Aureal Detection for Aptiva
- System Needs to Wake Up from PS/2 Mouse
- Add RFID in DMI Information
- Setup does not find disk you don't change any settings
- Make PCI bus numbers in $PIR table dynamic each POST
- POST Beep not Audible after Disable then Enable Audio
- IRQ is assigned to 9 for SoundBlaster emulation intermittently
- Wrong amount of Video Memory for nVidia cards
- Fix Audio IRQ Assignment for Aptiva
- Remove SMBus delays from the block read/write routines
- Make Room on Flash Diskette
- SMBIOS: Incorrect L2 Cache size
- Add Aptiva Logo
- Incorrect Processor Switch Settings in DMIBios
- SMBIOS information is incorrect
- Alertpak causing memory hang
- TR - Incorrect system ID in SMBIOS structure 130
- SMBIOS: Desktop displayed as Minitower
- TR - SMBIOS Structure 130 not set with TR as #1 AOL priority
- Incorrect LPC fixup SMI generation
- Add Structure Type in DMI Handling
- LC 2.5 - No Alert On Lan POST messages
- Change Drive Strength for AGP signals
- Change Aptiva Default ACPI IRQ
- Temp Event sent after every cold boot

PJKT27A/PJJT27A:
- Chassis event not latched during no AC pwr state
- Fix Audio IRQ Again
- BIOS refresh does not fix 40X CDROM problem
- Page fault during Win98 boot
- System hangs when password prompt is set to OFF
- Add debug space to DSDT area of upper memory
- USB keyboard is not working when POP pass prompt is OFF
- USB keyboard, ps/2 mouse lockup requires two enters
- New Version of PXE Base Code
- Missing Turkish language on flash disk
- SMI Calling E000 Core Segment
- Lock the Flash
- New microcode updates from Intel
- New Readme.1st files from Japan for Flash Utility
- VIA AGP 4X drive strength should be EBh for S3
- PCDR reports both dimm slots in the first socket
- Win98 PCI 2.1 cards test fails

PJKT28A/PJJT28A:
- Change default video aperture size to 256MB

PJKT29A/PJJT29A:
- Fixes for USB keyboard support
- Via Chipset Register Changes
- W2K: Add ACPI Local APIC NMI Structure for all IOAPIC systems
- Create SxD statement to map S1 -> D1 for current systems
- Fixed typo in error message
- Backed out video aperture size change

PJKT30A/PJJT30A:
- Network management card (Di-NIC) causing false POST errors
- ACPI System Test fix
- SMBIOS info fix
- POST 167 error appears with Copperimine 566/66 (L2:128K)
- System hangs in standby mode
- Extend range for PCI memory down to 1G
- Fix error in LZ1DECODE
- System Pauses Every 7 Seconds with 3Com Ethernet Installed
- PCI Interrupt Routing Changes

PJKT31A/PJJT31A:
- Update patch file for processor 0683
- Save/Restore target device in boot code
- SMBIOS info fix

PJKT32A/PJJT32A:
- SMBIOS: Fix structure for memory
- SMBIOS: Fix system information problem
- SMBIOS: Fix Incorrect Structure Cache Information
- Fix Virus Detection feature
- Fix DVD tray problem
- Fix USB keyboard repeat problem
- Fix USB keyboard dropout if CMOS corrupted
- Fix System hang when corrupt/empty Ethernet EEPROM
- Fix CD Boot 2-track problem
- Fix LCCM reboot problem
- Fix Processor Control in SetUp
- Fix time/date menu in SetUp
- Fix RLOCKOUT test problem
- Update PXE Base Code

PJKT33A/PJJT33A:
- Add Sony HiFD boot support
- Remove delays from CDROM boot code
- Fix Flash program
- Fix USB keyboard support
- Fix spurious cover tamper in Alert on LAN with token ring
- Fix to resume from hibernate problem for WMe

PJKT34A/PJJT34A:
- Fix slot 2 processor patch recon
- Fix the HIMEM Issues
- Add support for SoundBlaster Live audio detect

PJKT35A/PJJT35A:
- New microcode updates from Intel

PJKT36A/PJJT36A:
- Alert-on-LAN enhancement
- Support for large hardfiles, over 64 GB
- Fix modem failure on COM2

PJKT37A/PJJT37A:
- Don't transmit characters during serial port detection

PJKT38A/PJJT38A:
- Update patch file for processor 0683

- This BIOS update addresses Intel Errata G85 and E76. This
Errata effects 933 MHZ / 1GHZ 'B' Stepping Level Pentium
III processors, only. (i.e. A and C Stepping Levels are
okay, as well as B levels at speeds lower than 933MHZ.)

- This BIOS includes a patch from Intel which Intel believes
prevents a potential data error problem. Although Intel
states that the problem can only occur under certain limited
temperature and voltage conditions, IBM strongly recommends
updating your BIOS immediately.

- For those customers who wish to use the new processor patch
code without updating their current level of BIOS, please
refer to the "README.1ST" file.


Trademarks
----------
IBM and Aptiva are trademarks of the IBM Corporation in the
United States, other countries, or both.

Microsoft and Windows are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in
the United States, other countries, or both.

Other company, product, and service names may be trademarks or
service marks of others.

THIS DOCUMENT IS PROVIDED "AS IS" WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND.
IBM DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND MERCHANTABILITY WITH RESPECT TO THE
INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT. BY FURNISHING THIS DOCUMENT, IBM
GRANTS NO LICENSES TO ANY PATENTS OR COPYRIGHTS.

(C) Copyright IBM Corporation 2001. All rights reserved."

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Model IBM
by mythman3 / March 21, 2005 6:16 AM PST

All I know is it is an old IBM most likely Aptiva

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Sadly, When we can't identify the machine...
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / March 21, 2005 6:22 AM PST
In reply to: Model IBM

Then its time to replace it.

Bob

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Thanks
by mythman3 / March 21, 2005 7:17 AM PST

Dear CNET help team!

Thank you very much for your help, you are always fast, I think I may have become addicted to this forum!
Keep up the good work and tell your boss to read this letter and give you a raise, especially Proffitt, whom though can not spell very well, certainly have been solving my problems swiftly. (Just kidding, I am the one who can not spell correctly)

Bob

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I'd like to help fix it. But a make/model number is...
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / March 21, 2005 7:43 AM PST
In reply to: Thanks

What is needed to see if we can find some BIOS update or further note about this machine and the ASSET issue.

bob

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Error message176 The system has been tampered with
by choisington / September 4, 2005 9:37 AM PDT

OS is Win XP Pro, the computer is an IBM model 6892-Y7U.

At first I got this message along with 184 Asset control antenna not detected and instructions which said to turn the power off then on. That worked a few times but now the system stays locked in spite of any thing I know to do. This happens on boot up and the system is locked making it impossible do do any thing else. It worked fine for a couple of years. I got it used as corporate surplus. I'm not aware of any changes in any software or firmware that happened prior to this starting. I use Zone Alarm Pro and Symantec antivirus and Spy sweeper. Weekly scand always show nothing found. The cache has been emptied regularly.

Having read some other posts in this forum I suspect the caps but a computer repairman said it doesn't act like bad caps. I'd like to attempt that repair myself as the age of the computer suggests expensive repairs not appropriate.

What are the thoughts of readers of this forum?

Thanks

Chuck

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Not a Windows issue.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / September 4, 2005 10:02 AM PDT

http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/document.do?sitestyle=lenovo&lndocid=MIGR-45769

In summary, the machine has asset control, i.e. much like some cars have kill switches when the car is 'jacked', your PC thinks the same.

IBM can fix it.

Bob

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ibm pc?
by seconet / April 20, 2005 9:49 AM PDT
In reply to: Windows 2000Nt error

this work for me (IBM 300PL)

Quite simpel:
just take a solder iron and remove the 3 caps from the main board.
Then clean the holes (they must be open otherwise you can't put the new caps in).
We used 2 caps of 1000uF because we didn't had 3 caps of 560uF. Put the new caps in, and solder them on the mainboard.

I made a mistake, it's not 560mF / 25V but 560uF / 25V.
I replaced them with 2 caps of 1000uF / 35V.

For someone with a little bit of electronics knowlage this is a piece of cake Happy The repair is very cheap, took us 2 caps of about

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thanks
by satnamphull / December 7, 2010 12:28 AM PST
In reply to: ibm pc?

thanks......it works

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I have the same problem on Netfinity 3000 server
by echumbes / September 26, 2005 6:14 AM PDT
In reply to: Windows 2000Nt error

my server pc is Netfinity 3000 mod. 847670U and today the system doesnt work normally.

Every time when I try to start, i have these messages:

0176 The system has been tampered

or

The RF-ID Tag has changed.
System-security - Keyboard is locked.
176 The system has been tampered with.
Turn power to your system OFF and then ON.
Your system is now locked

My system is running over Windows 2000 with 1 cpu and 933mhz with two(2) scsi hard disk.

What could I do for these server, Will it be ok?

Really thanks for you suggestion ideas.

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Not a Windows issue.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / September 26, 2005 6:22 AM PDT

You need to get in touch with Lenova for the fixes.

Bob

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thanks
by satnamphull / December 7, 2010 12:27 AM PST
In reply to: Not a Windows issue.

@mythman3 thanks to you brother it works for mw also......thanks again

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