List of DMI IDs

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This page maintains a database of DMI information which can be used to identify ThinkPad models. It is intended as an aid for driver development.

DMI ID database

Model system-
manufa
cturer
system-
product-name
system-
version
baseboard-
manufa
cturer
baseboard-
product-name
baseboard-
version
chassis-
manufa
cturer
chassis-
version
bios-
vendor
bios-
version
bios-
release-
date
Embedded controller Notes
R series
R52 1846AQG IBM 1846AQG ThinkPad H IBM 1846AQG Not Available IBM Not Available IBM 76ET58WW (1.18 ) 07/19/2005 String 1: IBM ThinkPad Embedded Controller -[76HT14WW-1.04 ]-
R52 1846AQG IBM 1846AQG ThinkPad R52 IBM 1846AQG Not Available IBM Not Available IBM 76ET65WW (1.25 ) 05/18/2006 String 1: IBM ThinkPad Embedded Controller -[76HT16WW-1.06 ]-
T series
T40 2378D2U IBM 2378D2U ThinkPad T40 IBM 2378D2U Not Available IBM Not Available IBM 1RETC2WW (3.03 ) 04/07/2004
T41 23732FG IBM 23732FG ThinkPad T41 IBM 23732FG Not Available IBM Not Available IBM 1RET84WW (2.11 ) 10/30/2003
T43 2686DGU IBM 2686DGU ThinkPad T43 IBM 2686DGU Not Available IBM Not Available IBM 1YET62WW (1.27 ) 05/18/2006 String 1: IBM ThinkPad Embedded Controller -[1YHT29WW-1.06 ]-


Adding entries

Edit the DMI ID database section above. Identify your series (or add a new one), and add an entry of the following form:

!-
| description of your model
data line 1
data line 2

where the two data lines are genereated by the following bash command:

for X in system-{manufacturer,product-name,version} \
  baseboard-{manufacturer,product-name,version} \
  chassis-{manufacturer,version} bios-{vendor,version,release-date}; do \
  echo -n "|| `sudo /usr/sbin/dmidecode -s $X` "; done; echo; \
  echo "|| `sudo /usr/sbin/dmidecode | grep -i 'embedded controller'` ||"

Software using ThinkPad DMI IDs