Acer EL1600-01 - 1 GB RAM Technical information

eMachines E630/E430 Series
Service Guide
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Conventions
The following conventions are used in this manual:
IV
SCREEN MESSAGES
Denotes actual messages that appear
on screen.
NOTE
Gives bits and pieces of additional
information related to the current
topic.
WARNING
Alerts you to any damage that might
result from doing or not doing specific
actions.
CAUTION
Gives precautionary measures to
avoid possible hardware or software
problems.
IMPORTANT
Reminds you to do specific actions
relevant to the accomplishment of
procedures.
Preface
Before using this information and the product it supports, please read the following general information.
1.
This Service Guide provides you with all technical information relating to the BASIC CONFIGURATION
decided for eMachines's "global" product offering. To better fit local market requirements and enhance
product competitiveness, your regional office MAY have decided to extend the functionality of a machine
(e.g. add-on card, modem, or extra memory capability). These LOCALIZED FEATURES will NOT be
covered in this generic service guide. In such cases, please contact your regional offices or the
responsible personnel/channel to provide you with further technical details.
2.
Please note WHEN ORDERING FRU PARTS, that you should check the most up-to-date information
available on your regional web or channel. If, for whatever reason, a part number change is made, it will
not be noted in the printed Service Guide. For eMachines-AUTHORIZED SERVICE PROVIDERS, your
eMachines office may have a DIFFERENT part number code to those given in the FRU list of this printed
Service Guide. You MUST use the list provided by your regional eMachines office to order FRU parts for
repair and service of customer machines.
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Table of Contents
System Specifications
1
Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
System Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Your eMachines Notebook Tour . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Front View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Closed Front View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Rear View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Left View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Right View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Bottom View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
TouchPad Basics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Using the Keyboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Lock Keys and embedded numeric keypad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Windows Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Hot Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Special Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Hardware Specifications and Configurations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
System Utilities
23
BIOS Setup Utility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
Navigating the BIOS Utility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
eMachines E630/E430 BIOS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Main . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Boot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
Exit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
BIOS Flash Utilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
DOS Flash Utility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
WinFlash Utility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
Remove HDD/BIOS Password Utilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34
Machine Disassembly and Replacement
39
Disassembly Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
Pre-disassembly Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
Disassembly Process . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
External Module Disassembly Process . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
External Modules Disassembly Flowchart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
Removing the Battery Pack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
Removing the SD Dummy Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
Removing the Lower Covers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Removing the Optical Drive Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45
Removing the DIMM Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
Removing the WLAN Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
Removing the Hard Disk Drive Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
Main Unit Disassembly Process . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
Main Unit Disassembly Flowchart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
Removing the Switch Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53
Removing the Keyboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
Removing the LCD Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .55
Removing the Upper Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59
Removing the Power Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63
Removing the Left Speaker Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64
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Removing the Right Speaker Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .66
Removing the TouchPad Bracket . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .68
Removing the Mainboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .70
Removing the RTC Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71
Removing the Thermal Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .72
Removing the CPU Fan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .74
Removing the CPU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .76
LCD Module Disassembly Process . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .77
LCD Module Disassembly Flowchart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .77
Removing the LCD Bezel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .78
Removing the Camera Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .79
Removing the LCD Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .80
Removing the LCD Brackets and FPC Cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .82
Removing the Antennas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .84
LCD Module Reassembly Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .87
Replacing the Antennas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .87
Replacing the LCD Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .90
Replacing the Camera Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .92
Replacing the LCD Bezel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .93
Main Module Reassembly Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .95
Replacing the CPU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .95
Replacing the CPU Fan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .96
Replacing the Thermal Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .96
Replacing the Mainboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .97
Replacing the TouchPad Bracket . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .98
Replacing the Right Speaker Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100
Replacing the Left Speaker Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .101
Replacing the Power Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .102
Replacing the Upper Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .102
Replacing the LCD Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .106
Replacing the Keyboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .111
Replacing the Switch Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .112
Replacing the Hard Disk Drive Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .112
Replacing the WLAN Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .114
Replacing the DIMM Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .114
Replacing the ODD Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .115
Replacing the Lower Covers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .115
Replacing the SD Dummy Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .116
Replacing the Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .117
Troubleshooting
119
Common Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .119
Power On Issue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .120
No Display Issue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .121
Random Loss of BIOS Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .122
LCD Failure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .123
Built-In Keyboard Failure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .123
TouchPad Failure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .124
Internal Speaker Failure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .124
HDD Not Operating Correctly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .126
ODD Failure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .127
Wireless Function Failure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .130
Thermal Unit Failure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .130
External Mouse Failure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .131
Other Failures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .131
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Intermittent Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .132
Undetermined Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .132
Post Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .133
Sec: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .133
Memory: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .133
BDS & Specific action: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .134
Each Driver entry point used in 80_PORT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .136
Each SmmDriver entry point used in 80_PORT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .139
Jumper and Connector Locations
141
Top View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .141
Bottom View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .142
Power Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .143
Clearing Password Check and BIOS Recovery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .144
Clearing Password Check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .144
Clear CMOS Jumper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .144
BIOS Recovery by Crisis Disk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .145
FRU (Field Replaceable Unit) List
147
E630/E430 Exploded Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .148
Main Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .148
Base Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .150
Rear Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .151
E630/E430 FRU List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .152
Model Definition and Configuration
162
Test Compatible Components
177
Microsoft® Windows® 7 Environment Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
Online Support Information
183
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Chapter 1
System Specifications
Features
Below is a brief summary of the computer’s many features:
NOTE: Items denoted with an asterisk are available for select models only
Operating System
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Genuine Windows® 7™
Platform
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AMD Sempron™ single-core processor*
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AMD Athlon™ 64 X2 dual-core processor*
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AMD Athlon™ 64 single-core processor*
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AMD Turion™ dual-core processor*
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AMD Tigris RS880M + SB710
System Memory
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Low-latency, high-bandwidth
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128-bit DDR2 SDRAM controller operating at up to 333 MHz
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On-board memory with up to 2 unbuffered SO-DIMM slots supporting DDR II 667/800.
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Adjustable Maximum 128MB UMA VGA memory shared from North Bridge
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Maximum memory: 2GB per slot; 4GB total
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On-board cache up to 1MB
Display
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15.6” LCD CCFL/LED panel for NDWG0
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17” LED for NDWH0
Graphics
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ATI Radeon™ HD 4200 Graphics
Storage subsystem
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2.5" hard disk drive
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Multi-in-1 card-reader
Optical Drive
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Chapter 1
DVD-Super Multi double-layer drive
1
Audio
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Realtek ALC272X-GR for High Definition Audio Codec with Dolby Digital Live
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Internal speakers x2 (2W)
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Mic-in jack
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Headphone/Line out jack
Dimensions and Weight
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372.3mm x 246.5mm x 26.8mm/40.6mm with ID
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Weight 2.7kg (15.6" LCD/6-cell battery/super-multi ODD)
Communication
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•
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Wireless
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802.11b/g/n WLAN/WiMax
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Mini PCIE Wireless LAN module with with mini card slot
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Dual-Band built-in Antenna for Wireless LAN
LAN
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Atheros AR8132L for 10/100 LAN
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PCI-E 10/100M LAN
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WOL (AC mode S5) support
Modem
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External USB 2.0 modem
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Support Wake on Ring (S3)
Privacy control
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BIOS user, supervisor, HDD passwords
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Kensington lock slot
Power subsystem
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ACPI 3.0
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48.8 W 4400 mAh PSE-certified battery
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3-pin 65 W AC adapter
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ENERGY STAR*
Special keys and controls
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99-/100-/103-key keyboard
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Supports Application keys for Windows XP/Linux version
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Support for Home key and Application keys for Windows XP/Linux version
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Multi-language support
I/O interface
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2
VGA port, 15 pins
Chapter 1
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DC-IN port for adapter
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RJ-45 Ethernet port for LAN
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2 USB port
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Headphone out / Line-out
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Microphone-in
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Multi-in-1 card reader (SD™, MMC, MS, MS PRO, xD
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Kensington Lock (7.5mm)
Environment
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Chapter 1
Temperature:
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Operating: 5 °C to 35 °C
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Non-operating: -20 °C to 65 °C
Humidity (non-condensing):
•
Operating: 20% to 80%
•
Non-operating: 20% to 80%
3
System Block Diagram
4
Chapter 1
Your eMachines Notebook Tour
Front View
1
2
3
9
4
5
6
8
7
No.
Icon
Item
Description
1
Integrated
webcam
Web camera for video communication
(for selected models).
2
Display screen
Also called Liquid-Crystal Display (LCD),
displays computer output.
3
Touchpad toggle
Turns the internal touchpad on and off.
Power button
Turns the computer on and off.
Wireless LAN
communication
button/indicator
Enables/disables the wireless LAN function.
Indicates the status of wireless LAN
communication.
4
Speaker
Left and right speakers deliver stereo audio
output.
6
Keyboard
For entering data into your computer.
Chapter 1
5
No.
Icon
Item
Description
7
TouchPad
Touch-sensitive pointing device which functions
like a computer mouse.
8
Click buttons (left
and right)
The left and right buttons function like the left
and right mouse buttons.
9
Palmrest
Comfortable support area for your hands when
you use the computer.
10
HDD
Indicates when the hard disk drive is active.
Num Lock
Lights up when Num Lock is activated.
Caps Lock
Lights up when Caps Lock is activated.
Closed Front View
1
No.
1
2
2
Icon
Item
Description
Power
Indicates the computer's power status.
Battery1
Indicates the computer's battery status.
1. Charging: The light shows amber when the
battery is charging.
2. Fully charged: The light shows green when
in AC mode.
Multi-in-1 card
reader
Accepts Secure Digital (SD), MultiMediaCard
(MMC), Memory Stick (MS), Memory Stick
PRO (MS PRO), xD-Picture Card (xD).
NOTE: Push to remove/install the card.
Only one card can operate at any
given time.
1
NOTE: 1 The front panel indicators are visible even when the computer cover is closed
6
Chapter 1
Rear View
1
No.
Icon
Item
1
Ventilation slots
Description
Enable the computer to stay cool, even after
prolonged use.
Left View
1
No.
Icon
2
3
Item
4
5
Description
1
DC-in jack
Connects to an AC adapter
2
Ethernet (RJ-45)
port
Connects to an Ethernet 10/100-based
network.
2
External display
(VGA) port
Connects to a display device
(e.g. external monitor, LCD projector).
4
USB 2.0 ports
Connect to USB 2.0 devices (e.g. USB mouse,
USB camera).
5
Microphone-in
jack
Accepts input from external microphones.
Headphones/
speaker/line-out
jack
Connects to audio line-out devices
(e.g. speakers, headphones).
Chapter 1
7
Right View
1
No.
Item
2 34
5
Description
1
Optical drive
Internal optical drive; accepts CDs or DVDs.
2
Optical disk access
indicator
Lights up when the optical drive is active.
3
Optical drive eject button
Ejects the optical disk from the drive.
4
Emergency eject hole
Ejects the optical drive tray when the computer is turned
off.
Note: Insert a paper clip into the emergency eject hole to
eject the optical drive tray when the computer is off.
5
Kensington lock slot
Connects to a Kensington-compatible computer security
lock.
Note: Wrap the computer security lock cable around an
immovable object such as a table or handle of a locked
drawer. Insert the lock into the notch and turn the key to
secure the lock. Some keyless models are also available.
Bottom View
1
6
2
3
5
4
No.
8
Icon
Item
Description
1
Battery bay
Houses the computer's battery pack.
2
Battery release
latch
Releases the battery for removal.
Chapter 1
No.
Icon
Item
Description
3
Battery lock
Locks the battery in position.
4
Hard disk bay
Houses the computer's hard disk (secured with
screws).
5
Memory
compartment
Houses the computer's main memory.
5
Ventilation slots
and cooling fan
Enable the computer to stay cool, even after
prolonged use.
Note: Do not cover or obstruct the fan opening.
Chapter 1
9
Indicators
The computer has several easy-to-read status indicators. The front panel indicators are visible even when the
computer cover is closed.
Icon
Function
Description
Power
Indicates the computer's power status.
Battery
Indicates the computer's battery status.
HDD
Indicates when the hard disk drive is active.
Num Lock
Lights up when Num Lock is activated.
Caps Lock
Lights up when Caps Lock is activated.
NOTE: 1. Charging: The light shows amber when the battery is charging. 2. Fully charged: The light shows
green when in AC mode.
10
Chapter 1
TouchPad Basics
The following items show you how to use the TouchPad:
•
Move your finger across the TouchPad (1) to move the cursor.
•
Press the left (2) and right (3) buttons located beneath the TouchPad to perform selection and
execution functions. These two buttons are similar to the left and right buttons on a mouse.
Tapping on the TouchPad is the same as clicking the left button.
Function
Left Button (2)
Right Button (3)
Main TouchPad (1)
Execute
Quickly click twice.
Tap twice (at the same speed
as double-clicking a mouse
button).
Select
Click once.
Tap once.
Drag
Click and hold, then use
finger on the TouchPad to
drag the cursor.
Tap twice (at the same speed
as double-clicking a mouse
button); rest your finger on
the TouchPad on the second
tap and drag the cursor.
Access
context menu
Click once.
NOTE: When using the TouchPad, keep it - and your fingers - dry and clean. The TouchPad is sensitive to
finger movement; hence, the lighter the touch, the better the response. Tapping too hard will not
increase the TouchPad’s responsiveness.
Chapter 1
11
Using the Keyboard
The keyboard has full-sized keys and an embedded numeric keypad, separate cursor, lock, Windows, function
and special keys.
Lock Keys and embedded numeric keypad
The keyboard has three lock keys which you can toggle on and off.
Lock key
Description
Caps Lock
When Caps Lock is on, all alphabetic characters typed are in uppercase.
Num Lock
<Fn> + <F11>
When Num Lock is on, the embedded keypad is in numeric mode. The keys
function as a calculator (complete with the arithmetic operators +, -, *, and /). Use
this mode when you need to do a lot of numeric data entry. A better solution
would be to connect an external keypad.
Scroll Lock <Fn> +
<F12>
When Scroll Lock is on, the screen moves one line up or down when you press
the up or down arrow keys respectively. Scroll Lock does not work with some
applications.
The embedded numeric keypad functions like a desktop numeric keypad. It is indicated by small characters
located on the upper right corner of the keycaps. To simplify the keyboard legend, cursor-control key symbols
are not printed on the keys.
Desired access
12
Num Lock on
Num Lock off
Number keys on
embedded keypad
Type numbers in a normal manner.
Cursor-control keys on
embedded keypad
Hold <Shift> while using cursorcontrol keys.
Hold <Fn> while using cursorcontrol keys.
Main keyboard keys
Hold <Fn> while typing letters on
embedded keypad.
Type the letters in a normal
manner.
Chapter 1
Windows Keys
The keyboard has two keys that perform Windows-specific functions.
Key
Description
Windows key Pressed alone, this key has the same effect as clicking on the Windows Start button;
it launches the Start menu. It can also be used with other keys to provide a variety of
functions:
<
>:
<
>
+ <D>: Display the desktop
<
>
+ <E>: Open Windows Explore
<
>
+ <F>: Search for a file or folder
<
>
+ <G>: Cycle through Sidebar gadgets
<
>
+ <L>: Lock your computer (if you are connected to a network domain), or
switch users (if you're not connected to a network domain)
<
>
+ <M>: Minimizes all windows
<
>
+ <R>: Open the Run dialog box
<
>
+ <T>: Cycle through programs on the taskbar
<
>
+ <U>: Open Ease of Access Center
<
>
+ <X>: Open Windows Mobility Center
<
>
+ <BREAK>: Display the System Properties dialog box
<
>
+ <SHIFT+M>: Restore minimized windows to the desktop
<
>
+ <TAB>: Cycle through programs on the taskbar by using Windows Flip 3-D
<
>
+ <SPACEBAR>: Bring all gadgets to the front and select Windows Sidebar
Open or close the Start menu
<CTRL> + <
>
<CTRL> + <
>
+ <F>: Search for computers (if you are on a network)
+ <TAB>: Use the arrow keys to cycle through programs on the
taskbar by using Windows Flip 3-D
Note: Depending on your edition of Windows 7, some shortcuts may not function as
described.
Application
key
Chapter 1
This key has the same effect as clicking the right mouse button; it opens the
application's context menu.
13
Hot Keys
The computer employs hotkeys or key combinations to access most of the computer’s controls like screen
brightness, volume output and the BIOS utility.
To activate hot keys, press and hold the <Fn> key before pressing the other key in the hotkey combination.
Hotkey
14
Icon
Function
Description
<Fn> + <F1>
Hotkey help
Displays help on hotkeys.
<Fn> + <F2>
eMachines eSettings
Management
Launches eMachines eSettings Management in
eMachines Empowering Technology.
<Fn> + <F3>
eMachines ePower
Management
Launches eMachines ePower Management in
eMachines Empowering Technology.
<Fn> + <F4>
Sleep
Puts the computer in Sleep mode.
<Fn> + <F5>
Display toggle
Switches display output between the display
screen, external monitor (if connected) and
both.
<Fn> + <F6>
Screen blank
Turns the display screen backlight off to save
power. Press any key to return.
<Fn> + <F7>
TouchPad toggle
Turns the internal TouchPad on and off.
<Fn> + <F8>
Speaker toggle
Turns the speakers on and off.
<Fn> + < >
Brightness up
Increases the screen brightness.
<Fn> + < >
Brightness down
Decreases the screen brightness.
Chapter 1
Special Key
You can locate the Euro symbol and the US dollar sign at the upper-center and/or bottom-right of your
keyboard.
The Euro symbol
1.
Open a text editor or word processor.
2. Hold <Alt Gr> and then press the <5> key at the upper-center of the keyboard.
NOTE: Note: Some fonts and software do not support the Euro symbol. Please refer to www.microsoft.com/
typography/faq/faq12.htm for more information.
The US dollar sign
1.
Open a text editor or word processor.
2. Hold <Shift> and then press the <4> key at the upper-center of the keyboard.
NOTE: This function varies by the operating system version.
Chapter 1
15
Hardware Specifications and Configurations
Processor
Item
Specification
CPU
•
AMD Sempron™ Single-Core Process,2.0G, Cache 512KB, M100
•
AMD Sempron™ Single-Core Process,2.1G, Cache 512KB, M120
•
AMD Athlon™ II Dual-Core Process,2.0G, Cache 512KB, M300
•
AMD Athlon™ II Dual-Core Process,2.1G, Cache 512KB, M320
•
AMD Athlon™ II Dual-Core Process,2.2G, Cache 512KB, M340
•
AMD Turion™ II Dual-Core Process,2.2G, Cache 512KB, M500
•
AMD Turion™ II Dual-Core Process,2.3G, Cache 512KB, M520
•
AMD Turion™ II Dual-Core Process,2.4G, Cache 512KB, M540
Type
AMD Athlon/Turion Dual-Core Mobile CPU or AMD Sempron Single-Core
Mobile CPU
Core Logic
• AMD Tigris platform RS880M+SB710
• Integrated VGA solution
CPU Package
Micro uPGA-638 Package
Power
35W
On-die Cache
Up to 1MB L2 cache
Front Side Bus
TBD
Processor Specifications
CPU
Speed
Item
AAM320
Bus
Speed
Cores
Mfg
Tech
Cache
Size
Package
Core
Voltage
eMachines P/
N
35W
KC.AM002.320
2.1 GHz
2
TBD
TBD
1M
TBD
AAM300
2.0 GHz
2
TBD
TBD
1M
TBD
35W
KC.AM002.300
SMPM100
2.0 GHz
2
TBD
TBD
512K
TBD
25W
KC.SM002.100
ATM500
2.2 GHz
2
TBD
TBD
1M
TBD
35W
KC.TM002.500
ATM520
2.3 GHz
2
TBD
TBD
1M
TBD
35W
KC.TM002.520
CPU Fan True Value Table
T dlode
•
(OS Shutdown: TBD
•
H/W Shutdown: TBD
Northbridge
Item
16
Specification
Chipset
ATI RS880M
Package
465 BGA
Chapter 1
Southbridge
Item
Specification
Chipset
ATI SB710
Package
549 BGA
BIOS
Item
Specification
BIOS vendor
InsydeH20
BIOS Version
V1.00
BIOS ROM type
Flash
Features
•
Flash ROM 1MB
•
Support ISIPP
•
Support Acer UI
•
Support multi-boot
•
Suspend to RAM (S3)
•
Various hot-keys for system control
•
Support SMBIOS 2.3, PCI2.2.
•
DMI utility for BIOS serial number configurable/asset tag
•
Support PXE
•
Support Y2K solution
•
Support WinFlashWake on LAN from S3
•
System information
•
Support Win Flash Wake on LAN from S3
•
Wake on LAN form S4 in AC mode
•
System information
System Memory
Item
Specification
Memory controller
ATI RS780MN + ATI SB710
Memory size
4GB maximum
DIMM socket number
2
Supports memory size per socket
2GB
Supports maximum memory size
4GB (total)
Supports DIMM type
200-pin +1.8V DDRII
Supports DIMM Speed
667/800 MHz
Supports DIMM voltage
1.8V
Cache
Upto 1MB L2 Cache on CPU
Chapter 1
17
Memory Combinations
Slot 1
Slot 2
Total Memory
0MB
512MB
512MB
0MB
1024MB
1024MB
0MB
2048MB
2048MB
512MB
512MB
1024MB
512MB
1024MB
1536MB
512MB
2048MB
2560MB
1024MB
0MB
1024MB
1024MB
512MB
1536MB
1024MB
1024MB
2048MB
1024MB
2048MB
3072MB
2048MB
0MB
2048MB
2048MB
512MB
2560MB
2048MB
1024MB
3072MB
2048MB
2048MB
4096MB
NOTE: Above table lists some system memory configurations. You may combine DIMMs with various
capacities to form other combinations. On above table, the configuration of slot 1 and slot 2 could be
reversed.
LAN Interface
Item
LAN Chipset
Specification
Atheros AR8132L
Package
LAN connector type
TBD
LAN connector location
Feature
Interface
Wireless Module 802.11b/g/n
Item
Manufacturer
Specification
TBD
Model
802.11g
•
•
Radio Technology
Operating Frequency
Modulation Schemes
Channel Numbers
Data Rate
Media Access Protocol
Transmitter Output Power
802.11b
Radio Technology
Operating Frequency
Modulation Schemes
Channel Numbers
18
Chapter 1
Item
Specification
Data Rate
Media Access Protocol
Transmitter Output Power
Hard Disk Drive Interface
Item
Specification
Vendor & Model
Name
Seagate
ST9160314AS
ST9250315AS
ST9320325AS
ST9500325AS
Toshiba
MK1655GSX
MK3255GSX
MK5065GSX
MK2565GSX
MK6465GSX
WD
WD1600BEVT
WD2500BEVT
WD3200BEVT
WD5000BEVT
WD6400BEVT
HGST
HTS545016B9A300
HTS545025B9A300
HTS545032B9A300
HTS545050B9A300
HTS543232B9A300
Capacity (GB)
160, 250, 320,
500
320, 250,
160, 640
500, 320, 250,
160, 640
160, 250, 320, 500
Bytes per sector
512
512
512
512
Data heads
4, 2
4, 2
4, 3, 2
4, 2
Disks
2, 1
2, 1
2, 1
2, 1
Spindle speed
(RPM)
5400
5400
5400
5400
8 MB
Drive Format
Performance Specifications
Buffer size
8 MB
8 MB
8 MB
Interface
SATA
SATA
SATA
Internal transfer
rate (Mbits/sec,
max)
395~952
(typical)
850 Mbits/s
maximum
I/O data transfer
rate
(Mbytes/sec
max)
300
300 maximum
5V ±5%
5V ±5%
DC Power Requirements
Voltage
tolerance
5V ±5%
5V ±5%
Super-Multi Drive
Item
Specification
Vendor & model name
HLDS GT20N
Performance
Specification
With CD Diskette
With DVD Diskette
With CD Diskette
Sony AD7580S
With DVD Diskette
Transfer rate (MB/sec)
Sustained:
3,600 KB/s (24x) max.
Sustained:
11.08 Mbytes/s (8x)
max.
Sustained:
1,571 (typical)
Sustained:
10,993 (typical)
Buffer Memory
2 MB
Interface
SATA
Chapter 1
19
Item
Specification
Applicable disc formats
•
DVD-ROM:
•
•
•
DVD-R:
•
3.95GB (Ver. 1.0: read only)
4.7GB (Ver. 2.0 for Authoring: read
only)
4.7GB (Ver. 2.1 for General: read &
write)
(DL) 8.5GB (Ver. 3.0)
•
(DL) 8.5GB (Ver. 1.1)
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
DVD Read:
DVD-ROM (DVD-5, DVD-9, DVD-10, DVD-18),
DVD-Video, DVD-Audio, SACD (Hybrid),
UDF DVD, DVD-R, DVD-R DL, DVD-R 3.95 GB,
DVD-R Authoring, DVD-R Multi-Border,
DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+R DL, DVD+R MultiSession, DVD+RW, DVD-RAM V1.0, DVDRAM
V2.0 & 2.1 &2.2.
CD Read:
CD-DA, CD-ROM Mode-1, CD-ROM/XA Mode-2
DVD-RW:
Form-1 and Mode-2 Form-2, CD-i, CD-i
•
4.7GB (Ver. 1.2/ Rev 1.0, 2.0, 3.0)
Bridge, Video-CD (MPEG-1), Karaoke CD, PhotoDVD-RAM: 1.46GB/side, 4.7GB/side (Ver. CD, Enhanced CD, CD Plus, CD Extra, itrax
2.2)
CD, CD-Text, UDF CD, CD-R, and CD-RW
DVD+R: 4.7GB (Ver. 1.3)
DVD Write:
DVD Data & Video
DVD+RW:
•
Loading mechanism
4.7GB (Single Layer)
8.5GB (Dual Layer)
4.7GB (Vol.1 Ver.1.3)
CD Read:
CD-DA, CD-ROM Mode-1, CD-ROM/XA Mode-2
Form-1 and Mode-2 Form-2, CD-i, VideoCD, CD-Text
•
CD-ROM Mode-1 data disc
•
CD-ROM Mode-2 data disc
•
CD-ROM XA, CD-I, Photo-CD MultiSession, Video CD
•
CD-Audio Disc
•
Mixed mode CD-ROM disc (data and
audio)
•
CD-Extra
•
CD-Text
•
CD-R (Conforming to “Orange Book Part
2”: read & write)
•
CD-RW (Conforming to “Orange Book Part
3”: read & write)
Drawer (Solenoid Open)
Tact SW (Open)
Emergency Release (draw open hole)
Power Requirement
Input Voltage
DC 5 V +/- 5%
Audio Interface
Item
Specification
Chipset
Realtek ALC272X-GR
Package
48-pin LQFP ‘Green’
Features
High Definition Audio Codec with Dolby Digital Live
Audio Amplifier
Item
Specification
Model
Package
Features
•
Speakers
Item
Specification
Vendor and Model
20
Chapter 1
Item
Dimensions
Specification
TBD
Weight
Nominal Impedance
4Ohm
Power Rating
2W
Output Sound Pressure
Level
Frequency Range
Distortion
Microphone
Item
Vendor and Model
Specification
TBD
Directivity
Current Consumption
S/N Ratio
Frequency
Power and Keyboard Controller
Item
Specification
Controller
ACPI 3.0
Package
Features
•
Touchpad pointing device
Supply Current
Total number of keypads
99-/100-/103-key keyboard
Windows logo key
Yes
Hotkeys
See “Hot Keys” on page 14.
Battery
Specification
Item
6 Cell
Vendor & model name
SANYO/SONY/PANASONIC/SIMPLO AS2009A
Battery Type
Li-ion
Pack capacity
4400 mAh
Normal Voltage
2.2 Ah
Package configuration
3S2P
LCD 15.6”
Item
Specification
Vendor/model name
CMO N156B3-L02
Screen Diagonal (mm)
396.2
Display Area (mm)
344.23 x 193.54
Display resolution (pixels)
1366 x 768
Pixel Pitch
0.252
Display Mode
Typical White Luminance (cd/m
(also called Brightness)
Chapter 1
Normal (white)
2)
220
21
Item
Specification
Contrast Ratio
500:1
Response Time (Optical Rise
Time/Fall Time) msec
8
Input Voltage
Typical Power Consumption
(watt)
5.75
Weight (with inverter)
500
Physical Size (mm)
359.3 x 209.5 x 5.9
Electrical Interface
LVDS
Support Color
262K
Viewing Angle (up/down/right/
left)
20/45/45/45°
Temperature Range (°C)
Operating
Storage (shipping)
0 to +50
-20 to +60
VGA Chipset
Item
Specifications
Part Name
ATI Radeon™ HD 4200 Graphics
LCD Supported Resolution
TBD
Card Reader
Item
22
Specification
Part Name
5-in1 card reader
Package
Built-in
General Features
•
PCI-E interface
•
Push-push type
•
Dummy card
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
System Utilities
BIOS Setup Utility
The BIOS Setup Utility is a hardware configuration program built into your computer’s BIOS (Basic Input/
Output System).
Your computer is already properly configured and optimized, and you do not need to run this utility. However, if
you encounter configuration problems, you may need to run Setup. Please also refer to Chapter 4
Troubleshooting when problem arises.
To activate the BIOS Utility, press F2 during POST (when “Press <F2> to enter Setup” message is prompted
on the bottom of screen).
Press F2 to enter setup. The default parameter of F12 Boot Menu is set to “disabled”. If you want to change
boot device without entering BIOS Setup Utility, please set the parameter to “enabled”.
Press <F12> during POST to enter multi-boot menu. In this menu, user can change boot device without
entering BIOS SETUP Utility.
Navigating the BIOS Utility
There are six menu options: Information, Main, Advanced, Security, Boot, and Exit.
Follow these instructions:
•
To choose a menu, use the left and right arrow keys.
•
To choose an item, use the up and down arrow keys.
•
To change the value of a parameter, press F5 or F6.
•
A plus sign (+) indicates the item has sub-items. Press Enter to expand this item.
•
Press Esc while you are in any of the menu options to go to the Exit menu.
•
In any menu, you can load default settings by pressing F9. You can also press F10 to save any
changes made and exit the BIOS Setup Utility.
NOTE: You can change the value of a parameter if it is enclosed in square brackets. Navigation keys for a
particular menu are shown on the bottom of the screen. Help for parameters are found in the Item
Specific Help part of the screen. Read this carefully when making changes to parameter values. Please
note that system information is subject to different models.
Chapter 2
23
eMachines E630/E430 BIOS
Information
The Information screen displays a summary of your computer hardware information.
Information
Main
InsydeH20 Setup Utility
Security
Boot
Exit
Rev 3.5
CPU Type
CPU Speed
AMD Tigris(tm) X2
TBD Mhz
HDD Model Name:
HDD Serial Number:
ATAPI Model Name:
ST960821A-(PM)
System BIOS Version:
VGA BIOS Version:
V1.05
ATI M92 V008.050I.0-26.00
Serial Number:
Asset Tag Number:
Product Name:
Manufacturer Name:
UUID:
eMachines E630/E430
eMachines
39353164386665643635001EECE1D377
F1 Help
Es c Exit
MATSHITADVD
Select Item
Select Menu
F5/F6
Enter
C h a n g e Va l u e s
Select
Sub-Menu
F9
F10
Setup Defaults
Save and Exit
NOTE: The screen above is for your reference only. Actual values may differ according to model.
The table below describes the parameters in this screen.
Parameter
24
Description
CPU Type
This field shows the CPU type and speed of the system.
CPU Speed
This field shows the speed of the CPU.
HDD Model Name
This field shows the model name of HDD installed on primary IDE
master.
HDD Serial Number
This field displays the serial number of HDD installed on primary IDE
master.
ATAPI Model Name
This field shows the model name of the Optical device installed in
the system.
System BIOS Version
Displays system BIOS version.
VGA BIOS Version
This field displays the VGA firmware version of the system.
Serial Number
This field displays the serial number of this unit.
Asset Tag Number
This field displays the asset tag number of the system.
Product Name
This field shows product name of the system.
Manufacturer Name
This field displays the manufacturer of this system.
UUID Number
Universally Unique Identifier (UUID) is an identifier standard used in
software construction, standardized by the Open Software
Foundation (OSF) as part of the Distributed Computing Environment
(DCE).
Chapter 2
Main
The Main screen allows the user to set the system time and date as well as enable and disable boot option
and recovery.
Information
Main
InsydeH20 Setup Utility
Security
Boot
Exit
Rev 3.5
Item Specific Help
System Time:
System Date:
[09:00:00]
[12/12/2008]
Total Memory:
2048 MB
Video Memory:
[256MB]
Quiet Boot:
Network Boot:
F12 Boot Menu:
D2D Recovery:
SATA Mode:
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
[Enabled]
[AHCI Mode]
F1 Help
Es c Exit
Select Item
Select Menu
F5/F6
Enter
<Tab>, <Shift-Tab>, or
<Enter> selects field.
C h a n g e Va l u e s
Select
Sub-Menu
F9
F10
Setup Defaults
Save and Exit
NOTE: The screen above is for your reference only. Actual values may differ.
The table below describes the parameters in this screen.
Parameter
Description
Format/Option
System Time
Sets the system time. The hours are displayed with 24hour format.
Format: HH:MM:SS
(hour:minute:second)
System Date
Sets the system date.
Format MM/DD/YYYY
(month/day/year)
Total Memory
This field reports the memory size of the system.
N/A
Video Memory
This field shows the memory allocated for the video
graphics.
N/A
Quiet Boot
Allows startup to skip certain tests while booting,
decreasing the time needed to boot the system.
Option: Enabled or
Disabled
Network Boot
Enables, disables the system boot from LAN (remote
server).
Option: Enabled or
Disabled
F12 Boot Menu
Enables, disables Boot Menu during POST.
Option: Enabled or Enabled
D2D Recovery
Enables, disables D2D Recovery function. The function
allows the user to create a hidden partition on hard disc
drive to store operation system and restore the system
to factory defaults.
Option: Enabled or
Disabled
SATA Mode
Control the mode in which the SATA controller should
operate.
Option: AHCI or IDE
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Security
The Security screen contains parameters that help safeguard and protect your computer from unauthorized
use.
Information
Main
InsydeH20 Setup Utility
Security
Boot
Exit
Rev 3.5
Item Specific Help
Supervisor Password Is:
User Password Is:
HDD0 Password Is:
Clear
Clear
Clear
Set Supervisor Password
Set User Password
Set SATA Port 0 HDD Password
[Enter]
[Enter]
[Enter]
Password on Boot:
[Disabled]
F1 Help
Es c Exit
Select Item
Select Menu
F5/F6
Enter
Supervisor Password
controls access to the
setup utility. It can
be used to boot up when
Pawword on boot is
enabled.
Change Values
Select
Sub-Menu
F9 Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
The table below describes the parameters in this screen. Settings in boldface are the default and suggested
parameter settings.
Parameter
Description
Option
Supervisor Password Is
Shows the setting of the Supervisor password
Clear or Set
User Password Is
Shows the setting of the user password.
Clear or Set
HDD0 Password
Shows the setting of the hard disk password.
Clear or Set
Set Supervisor Password
Press Enter to set the supervisor password. When set,
this password protects the BIOS Setup Utility from
unauthorized access. The user can not either enter the
Setup menu nor change the value of parameters.
N/A
Set User Password
Press Enter to set the user password. When user
password is set, this password protects the BIOS Setup
Utility from unauthorized access. The user can enter
Setup menu only and does not have right to change the
value of parameters.
N/A
Set SATA Port0 HDD
Password
Enter HDD Password.
N/A
Password on Boot
Defines whether a password is required or not while the
events defined in this group happened. The following
sub-options are all requires the Supervisor password
for changes and should be grayed out if the user
password was used to enter setup.
Disabled or
Enabled
NOTE: When you are prompted to enter a password, you have three tries before the system halts. Don’t forget
your password. If you forget your password, you may have to return your notebook computer to your
dealer to reset it.
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Setting a Password
Follow these steps as you set the user or the supervisor password:
1.
Use the ↑ and ↓ keys to highlight the Set Supervisor Password parameter and press the Enter key. The
Set Supervisor Password box appears:
Set Supervisor Password
Enter New Password
Confirm New Password
2.
[
[
]
]
Type a password in the “Enter New Password” field. The password length can not exceed 8 alphanumeric
characters (A-Z, a-z, 0-9, not case sensitive). Retype the password in the “Confirm New Password” field.
IMPORTANT:Be very careful when typing your password because the characters do not appear on the screen.
3.
Press Enter. After setting the password, the computer sets the User Password parameter to “Set”.
4.
If desired, you can opt to enable the Password on boot parameter.
5.
When you are done, press F10 to save the changes and exit the BIOS Setup Utility.
Removing a Password
Follow these steps:
1.
Use the ↑ and ↓ keys to highlight the Set Supervisor Password parameter and press the Enter key. The
Set Password box appears:
Set Supervisor Password
Enter Current Password
Enter New Password
Confirm New Password
[
[
[
]
]
]
2.
Type the current password in the Enter Current Password field and press Enter.
3.
Press Enter twice without typing anything in the Enter New Password and Confirm New Password fields.
The computer then sets the Supervisor Password parameter to “Clear”.
4.
When you have changed the settings, press u to save the changes and exit the BIOS Setup Utility.
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Changing a Password
1.
Use the ↑ and ↓ keys to highlight the Set Supervisor Password parameter and press the Enter key. The
Set Password box appears.
Set Supervisor Password
Enter Current Password
Enter New Password
Confirm New Password
[
[
[
]
]
]
2.
Type the current password in the Enter Current Password field and press Enter.
3.
Type a password in the Enter New Password field. Retype the password in the Confirm New Password
field.
4.
Press Enter. After setting the password, the computer sets the User Password parameter to “Set”.
5.
If desired, you can enable the Password on boot parameter.
6.
When you are done, press F10 to save the changes and exit the BIOS Setup Utility.
If the verification is OK, the screen will display as following.
Setup Notice
Changes have been saved
[ continue]
The password setting is complete after the user presses Enter.
If the current password entered does not match the actual current password, the screen will show you the
Setup Warning.
Setup Warning
Invalid password
Re-enter Password
[ continue]
If the new password and confirm new password strings do not match, the screen will display the following
message.
Setup Warning
Password do not match
Re-enter Password
[ continue]
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Boot
This menu allows the user to decide the order of boot devices to load the operating system. Bootable devices
includes the USB diskette drives, the onboard hard disk drive and the DVD drive in the module bay.
Select Boot Devices to select specific devices to support boot.
Information
Main
InsydeH2O Setup Utility
Security
Boot
Exit
Rev. 3.5
Item Specific Help
Boot priority order:
1: IDE0: ST960821A
2: IDE1: MATSHITADVD
3: USB FDD:
4: Network boot: Realtek Boot Agent
5: USB HDD: xxxx USB
6: USB CDROM:
F1 Help
Es c Exit
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Select Item
Select Menu
F5/F6
Enter
Use < > or < > to
select a device, then
press <F6> to move it
up the List, or <F5>
to move it down the
list. Press <Esc> to
escape the menu.
C h a n g e Va l u e s
Select
Sub-Menu
F9
F10
Setup Defaults
Save and Exit
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Exit
The Exit screen allows you to save or discard any changes you made and quit the BIOS Utility.
Information
Main
InsydeH20 Setup Utility
Security
Boot
Exit
Rev. 3.5
Item Specific Help
Exit Saving Changes
Exit Discarding Changes
Load Setup Defaults
Discard Changes
Save Changes
F1 Help
Es c Exit
Select Item
Select Menu
[Enter]
[Enter]
[Enter]
[Enter]
[Enter]
F5/F6
Enter
Exit System Setup and
save your changes to
CMOS.
C h a n g e Va l u e s
Select
Sub-Menu
F9
F10
Setup Defaults
Save and Exit
The table below describes the parameters in this screen.
Parameter
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Description
Exit Saving Changes
Exit System Setup and save your changes to CMOS.
Exit Discarding
Changes
Exit utility without saving setup data to CMOS.
Load Setup Default
Load default values for all SETUP item.
Discard Changes
Load previous values from CMOS for all SETUP items.
Save Changes
Save Setup Data to CMOS.
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BIOS Flash Utilities
The BIOS flash memory update is required for the following conditions:
•
New versions of system programs
•
New features or options
•
Restore a BIOS when it becomes corrupted.
Use the Phlash utility to update the system BIOS flash ROM.
NOTE: If you do not have a crisis recovery diskette at hand, then you should create a Crisis Recovery
Diskette before you use the Phlash utility.
NOTE: Do not install memory-related drivers (XMS, EMS, DPMI) when you use the Phlash.
NOTE: Please use the AC adaptor power supply when you run the Phlash utility. If the battery pack does not
contain enough power to finish BIOS flash, you may not boot the system because the BIOS is not
completely loaded.
Fellow the steps below to run the Phlash.
1.
Prepare a bootable diskette.
2.
Copy the flash utilities to the bootable diskette.
3.
Then boot the system from the bootable diskette. The flash utility has auto-execution function.
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DOS Flash Utility
Perform the following steps to use the DOS Flash Utility:
1.
Press F2 during boot to enter the Setup Menu.
2.
Select Boot Menu to modify the boot priority order, for example, if using USB HDD to Update BIOS, move
USB HDD to position 1.
Information
Main
InsydeH2O Setup Utility
Security
Boot
Exit
Rev. 3.5
Item Specific Help
Boot priority order:
1: IDE0: ST960821A
2: IDE1: MATSHITADVD
3: USB FDD:
4: Network boot: Realtek Boot Agent
5: USB HDD: xxxx USB
6: USB CDROM:
F1 Help
Es c Exit
3.
Select Item
Select Menu
F5/F6
Enter
Use < > or < > to
select a device, then
press <F6> to move it
up the List, or <F5>
to move it down the
list. Press <Esc> to
escape the menu.
C h a n g e Va l u e s
Select
Sub-Menu
F9
F10
Setup Defaults
Save and Exit
Execute the FLASH.BAT batch file to update BIOS in DOS mode.
The flash process begins as shown.
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4.
In flash BIOS, the message Please do not remove AC Power Source displays.
C:\NDWG0\ndwg005a\ndwg005
C:\NDWG0\ndwg005a\flashit ndwg005.fd /b /fe /dc
Please do not remove the AC power!
C:\NDWG0\ndwg005a\
Plug in the AC power to continue.
5.
Flash is complete when the message Flash programming complete displays.
WinFlash Utility
Perform the following steps to use the WinFlash Utility:
1.
Double-click the WinFlash executable. Confirm your choice.
2. Click OK to begin the update. WinFlash closes all applications and shuts down the system.
NOTE: Place only one *.wph file with flash32.exe in the same folder when executing this procedure.
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Remove HDD/BIOS Password Utilities
This section provides you with details about removing HDD/BIOS password:
Remove HDD Password:
If you key in the wrong HDD password three times, an error is generated.
To reset the HDD password, perform the following steps:
1.
An error code is generated for unlocking the HDD. Note down this code.
2.
Execute the UnlockHD.EXE file to create the unlock code in DOS Mode using the format UnlockHD
[Encode code] with the code noted in the previous step, as follows:
UnlockHD 76943488
3.
Select 2 to obtain the password. This password which can be used for unlocking the HDD.
Password :46548274
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4.
Shut down the computer by pressing down the Power button for 4 seconds.
5.
Turn on the computer and key in the password to unlock the HDD.
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Removing BIOS Passwords:
To clear the User or Supervisor passwords through hardware, open the RAM door and use a metal instrument
to short the “RTC_RST” point.
Cleaning BIOS Passwords
To clean the User or Supervisor passwords using software utilites, perform the following steps:
1.
From a DOS prompt, execute clnpwd.exe
2.
Press 1 or 2 to clean the desired password shown on the screen.
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The onscreen message determines whether the function is successful or not.
Using Boot Sequence Selector
The Boot Sequence Selector allows the boot order to be changed without accessing the BIOS. To use Boot
Sequence Selector, perform the following steps:
1.
Enter into DOS.
2.
Execute BS.exe to display the usage screen.
3.
Select the desired boot sequence by entering the corresponding sequence. For example, enter BS2 to
change the boot sequence to HDD | CD ROM | LAN | Floppy.
Using DMI Tools
The DMI (Desktop Management Interface) Tool copies BIOS information to EEPROM to be used in the DMI
pool for hardware management.
When the BIOS displays Verifying DMI pool data it is checking that the table correlates with the hardware
before sending to the operating system (Windows, etc.).
To update the DMI Pool, perform the following steps:
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1.
Boot into DOS.
2.
Execute dmitools. The following messages report to screen to confirm completion:
•
dmitools /r ==> Read dmi string from bios
•
dmitools /wm xxxx ==> Write manufacturer name to eeprom (max. 16 characters)
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dmitools /wp xxxx ==> Write product name to eeprom (max. 16 characters)
•
dmitools /ws xxxx ==> Write serial number to eeprom (max. 22 characters)
•
dmitools /wu xxxx ==> Write uuid to eeprom
•
dmitools /wa xxxx ==> Write asset tag to eeprom (max. 32 characters)
The following examples show the commands and the corresponding output information.
Read DMI Information from Memory
Input:
dmitools /r
Output:
Manufacturer (Type1, Offset04h): Acer
Product Name (Type1, Offset05h): Aspire xxxx
Serial Number (Type1, Offset07h): 01234567890123456789
UUID String (Type1, Offset08h): xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx
Asset Tag (Type3, Offset04h): Acet Asstag
Write Product Name to EEPROM
Input:
dmitools /wp Acer
Write Serial Number to EEPROM
Input:
dmitools /ws 01234567890123456789
4 ). Write UUID to EEPROM ( Create UUID from Intel WFM20.pdf )
Input:
dmitools /wu
5). Write Asset Tag to EEPROM
Input:
dmitools /wa Acer Asstag
NOTE: When using any of the Write options, restart the system to make the new DMI data effective.
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Using the LAN MAC EEPROM Utility
You can use the MAC.BAT utility to write the MAC.CFG file to the EEPROM under DOS mode.
1.
2.
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Use a text editor (for example: Notepad) to open the MAC.CFG file. You can see the MAC.CFG contents
as below:
WriteData = ‘001122334455'
MAC value
StartAddr=7A
MAC address
WriteLeng=6
MAC value length
KeepByte=0
don’t care
In DOS mode, run the MAC.BAT file to write MAC values to eeprom.
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Chapter 3
Machine Disassembly and Replacement
IMPORTANT: The outside housing and color may vary from the mass produced model.
This chapter contains step-by-step procedures on how to disassemble the notebook computer for
maintenance and troubleshooting.
Disassembly Requirements
To disassemble the computer, you need the following tools:
•
Wrist grounding strap and conductive mat for preventing electrostatic discharge
•
Flat screwdriver
•
Philips screwdriver
•
Plastic flat screwdriver
•
Plastic tweezers
NOTE: The screws for the different components vary in size. During the disassembly process, group the
screws with the corresponding components to avoid mismatch when putting back the components.
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Pre-disassembly Instructions
Before proceeding with the disassembly procedure, make sure that you do the following:
1. Turn off the power to the system and all peripherals.
2. Unplug the AC adapter and all power and signal cables from the system.
3. Place the system on a flat, stable surface.
4. Remove the battery pack.
Disassembly Process
IMPORTANT: The LCD Module cannot be disassembled outside of factory conditions. If any part of the LCD
Module is faulty, such as the camera, antenna or LCD panel, the whole module must be replaced.
The disassembly process is divided into the following stages:
•
External module disassembly
•
Main unit disassembly
•
LCD module disassembly
The flowcharts provided in the succeeding disassembly sections illustrate the entire disassembly sequence.
Observe the order of the sequence to avoid damage to any of the hardware components. For example, if you
want to remove the mainboard, you must first remove the keyboard, then disassemble the inside assembly
frame in that order.
Main Screw List
Screw
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Quantity
Part Number
SCREW M2.5*4
1
86.N2802.001
SCREW M2.5*6
10
86.N2802.002
SCREW M2.5*8
30
86.N2802.003
SCREW M2*3
17
86.N2802.004
SCREW M3*3
4
86.N2802.005
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External Module Disassembly Process
IMPORTANT: The outside housing and color may vary from the mass produced model.
External Modules Disassembly Flowchart
The flowchart below gives you a graphic representation of the external module disassembly sequence and
instructs you on the components that need to be removed during servicing. For example, if you want to remove
the keyboard, you must first remove the switch board.
Turn off system
and peripherals
power
Disconnect power
and signal cables
from system
Remove
Battery
Remove
Dummy Card
Remove
Lower Covers
Remove
ODD
Remove
DIMMs
Remove
WLAN
Remove
HDD
Screw List
Step
Screw
Quantity
Part No.
Lower Covers
M2.5*8
3
86.N2802.003
ODD Module
M2.5*8
1
86.N2802.003
WLAN Module
M2*3
2
86.N2802.004
HDD Carrier
M3*3
4
86.N2802.005
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Removing the Battery Pack
1. Turn computer over. Slide the battery lock in the direction shown.
2. Slide and hold the battery release latch to the release position (1), then lift out the battery pack from the main
unit (2).
2
1
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Removing the SD Dummy Card
1. Push the SD dummy card all the way in to eject it.
2. Pull it out from the slot.
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Removing the Lower Covers
1. See “Removing the Battery Pack” on page 42.
2. Remove the three screws securing the Memory and HDD Covers.
HDD
Cover
Memory
Cover
Step
Lower Covers
Size
M2.5*8
Quantity
Screw Type
3
3. Remove the HDD cover as shown.
4. Remove the Memory Cover.
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Removing the Optical Drive Module
1. See “Removing the Battery Pack” on page 42.
2. Remove the screw securing the ODD module.
Step
ODD Module
Size
M2.5*8
Quantity
Screw Type
1
3. Insert a suitable tool into the access slot in the battery bay as shown. Gently lever the ODD module out of the
chassis.
4. Pull the optical drive module out from the chassis.
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5. Remove the two screws securing the ODD bracket and remove the ODD bracket from the optical disk drive
module.
Step
ODD Bracket
Size
M2*3
Quantity
Screw Type
2
6. Remove the ODD bezel by rotating the top edge downward and pulling it clear of the module.
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Removing the DIMM Modules
1. See “Removing the Lower Covers” on page 44.
2. Push out the release latches on both sides of the DIMM socket to release the DIMM module.
3. Remove the DIMM module.
4. Repeat steps for the second DIMM module if present.
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Removing the WLAN Module
1. See “Removing the Lower Covers” on page 44.
2. Remove the adhesive tape securing the Antenna cables in place.
3. Disconnect the antenna cables from the WLAN Board.
NOTE: Cable placement is Black to the MAIN terminal (upper) and White to the AUX terminal (lower).
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4. Move the antenna away and remove the two screws to release the WLAN Board.
Step
WLAN Module
Size
M2*3
Quantity
Screw Type
2
5. Detach the WLAN Board from the WLAN socket.
NOTE: When reattaching the antennas, ensure the cables are tucked into the chassis to prevent damage.
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Removing the Hard Disk Drive Module
1. See “Removing the Lower Covers” on page 44.
2. Using the pull-tab, slide the HDD Module in the direction of the arrow to disconnect the interface.
3. Lift the HDD Module clear of the HDD bay.
NOTE: To prevent damage to device, avoid pressing down on it or placing heavy objects on top of it.
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4. Remove the four screws (two each side) securing the hard disk to the carrier.
Step
HDD Carrier
Size
M3*3
Quantity
Screw Type
4
5. Remove the HDD from the carrier.
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Main Unit Disassembly Process
Main Unit Disassembly Flowchart
Remove External
Modules before
proceeding
Remove
Switch Cover
Remove
Keyboard
Remove
LCD Module
Remove
Upper Cover
Upper
Cover
Remove
Power Board
Remove
Left Speaker
Module
Lower
Cover
Remove
Right Speaker
Module
Remove
TouchPad
Bracket
Remove
Mainboard
Remove
RTC Battery
Remove
Thermal Module
Remove
CPU Fan
Remove
CPU
Screw List
Step
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Screw
Quantity
Part No.
LCD Module
M2.5*8
2
86.N2802.003
LCD Module
M2.5*8
4
86.N2802.003
Upper Cover
M2.5*8
11
86.N2802.003
Upper Cover
M2.5*8
9
86.N2802.003
Power Board
M2*3
2
86.N2802.004
Left Speaker Module
M2*3
1
86.N2802.004
Right Speaker Module
M2*3
1
86.N2802.004
TouchPad Bracket
M2*3
2
86.N2802.004
Mainboard
M2.5*4
1
86.N2802.001
Thermal Module
M2.5*6
4
86.N2802.002
CPU Fan
M2*3
3
86.N2802.004
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Removing the Switch Cover
CAUTION: Using metal tools to remove the Switch Cover may cause damage to the outer casing. The use of
plastic tools or fingers is recommended to remove the Switch Cover.
1. See “Removing the Battery Pack” on page 42.
2. Turn the computer over. Press down the / and * keys on the right side of the Keyboard to expose the cutout.
Insert a suitable plastic tool (or finger) and pry the Switch Cover upward, away from the Upper Cover.
3. Work along the Switch Cover toward the left hinge, gently prying up the cover as shown.
4. Lift the Switch Cover clear of the computer.
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Removing the Keyboard
1. See “Removing the Switch Cover” on page 53.
2. Pry up the center of the Keyboard and rotate it upward away from the Upper Cover.
3. Turn the keyboard over on to the TouchPad area to expose the FFC connector.
4. Open the locking latch and disconnect the FFC from the mainboard.
5. Lift the keyboard clear of the Upper Cover.
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Removing the LCD Module
1. See “Removing the Keyboard” on page 54.
2. Turn the computer over. Remove the two securing screws from the bottom of the chassis.
Step
LCD Module
Size
M2.5*8
Quantity
Screw Type
2
3. Remove the Antenna Cables from the cable channel as shown. Ensure that the cables are free from all cable
clips.
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4. Stand the computer on the LCD Panel and pull the Antenna cables completely through the chassis.
5. Disconnect the LCD cable from the Mainboard and remove the cable from the cable channel.
6. Remove the white Antenna cable from the cable channel. Ensure that the cable is completely free of the
retaining clips all the way to the hinge well.
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7. Remove the adhesive tape securing the Antenna cable to the Upper Cover.
8. Remove the black Antenna cable from the cable channel as shown. Ensure that the cable is completely free of
the retaining clips all the way to the hinge well.
9. Open the LCD Panel to the full extent to expose the Hinge Covers.
10. Press the left side Hinge Cover inward, as shown, and lift to remove the cover from the chassis.
11. Repeat the process for the right side Hinge Cover.
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12. Remove the four securing screws (two each side) from the LCD module.
Step
LCD Module
Size
M2.5*8
Quantity
Screw Type
4
13. Remove the left and right screw covers from on top of the hinges
14. Lift the LCD Module clear of the Upper Cover.
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Removing the Upper Cover
1. See “Removing the LCD Module” on page 55.
2. Turn the computer over. Remove the eleven screws on the bottom panel.
Step
Upper Cover
Size
M2.5*8
Quantity
Screw Type
11
3. Turn the computer over. Remove the three screw caps at the rear of the Upper Cover as shown.
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4. Disconnect the following four cables from the Mainboard.
A
B
C
D
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5. Disconnect A as shown.
6. Disconnect C as shown.
7. Release the locking latch on B and remove the FFC cable as shown.
8. Release the locking latch on D and remove the FFC cable as shown.
NOTE: Avoid pulling on cables directly to prevent damage to the connectors.
NOTE: Use the pull-tabs on FFCs whenever available to prevent damage.
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9. Remove the nine screws on the top panel.
Step
Upper Cover
Size
M2.5*8
Quantity
Screw Type
9
10. Starting at the rear left side of the cover, pry apart the Upper and Lower Covers as shown. Work along the back
edge of the casing to the right as shown, then lift the Upper Cover clear of the Lower Cover.
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Removing the Power Board
1. See “Removing the Upper Cover” on page 59.
2. Locate the Power Board on the Upper Cover as shown.
3. Remove the two screws securing the Power Board to the Upper Cover.
Step
Power Board
Size
M2*3
Quantity
Screw Type
2
4. Lift the Power Board clear of the Upper Cover as shown.
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Removing the Left Speaker Module
1. See “Removing the Upper Cover” on page 59.
2. Locate the Left Speaker Module on the Upper Cover as shown.
3. Remove the adhesive tape from the Speaker cable.
4. Remove the Speaker cable from the cable channel. Ensure that the cable is free from all cable clips.
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5. Remove the single securing screw from the Left Speaker Module.
Step
Left Speaker
Module
Size
M2*3
Quantity
Screw Type
1
6. Lift the Speaker clear of the Upper Cover, left side first as shown.
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Removing the Right Speaker Module
1. See “Removing the Upper Cover” on page 59.
2. Locate the Right Speaker Module on the Upper Cover as shown.
3. Turn the Upper Cover over and remove the Right Speaker Module cable from the cable channel. Ensure that
the cable is free from all cable clips.
4. Turn the Upper Cover over and pass the cable through the cover as shown.
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5. Remove the single securing screw from the Right Speaker Module.
Step
Right Speaker
Module
Size
M2*3
Quantity
Screw Type
1
6. Lift the Speaker clear of the Upper Cover, right side first as shown.
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Removing the TouchPad Bracket
IMPORTANT: The TouchPad Board cannot be removed individually. To replace the TouchPad Board, replace the
entire Upper Cover.
1. See “Removing the Upper Cover” on page 59.
2. Lift the FFC to detach the adhesive securing the cable to the Upper Cover.
3. Release the FFC locking latch and disconnect the TouchPad FFC from the cover.
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4. Remove the two screws from TouchPad bracket.
Step
TouchPad Bracket
Size
M2*3
Quantity
Screw Type
2
5. Lift the rear edge of the TouchPad bracket first to clear the securing clips and remove it as shown.
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Removing the Mainboard
1. See “Removing the Upper Cover” on page 59.
2. Remove the single securing screw from the Mainboard.
Step
Mainboard
Size
M2.5*4
Quantity
Screw Type
1
3. Lift the mainboard from the chassis, right edge first, and place it on a clean, dust-free surface.
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Removing the RTC Battery
IMPORTANT:Follow local regulations for disposal of all batteries.
The RTC Battery is soldered to the Mainboard. To replace the battery, solder the new battery to the
connections shown.
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Removing the Thermal Module
1. See “Removing the Lower Covers” on page 44.
2. Turn the Mainboard over to access the Thermal Module.
3. Remove the four securing screws (in reverse numerical order from screw 4 to screw 1) from the Thermal
Module.
Step
Thermal Module
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Size
M2.5*6
4
2
1
3
Quantity
Screw Type
4
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4. Using both hands, lift the Thermal Module clear of the Mainboard.
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Removing the CPU Fan
1. See “Removing the Thermal Module” on page 72.
2. Disconnect the Fan cable from the Mainboard as shown.
3. Remove the three securing screws from the Fan Module.
Step
CPU Fan
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Size
M2*3
Quantity
Screw Type
3
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4. Lift the CPU Fan clear of the Mainboard as shown.
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Removing the CPU
IMPORTANT: The pins on the underside of the CPU are very delicate. If they are damaged, the CPU may
malfunction. Place the CPU on a clean, dry surface when it is not installed.
1. See “Removing the Thermal Module” on page 72.
2. Using a flat-bladed screw driver, rotate the CPU locking screw 180° counter-clockwise as shown.
3. Lift the CPU clear of the socket as shown.
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LCD Module Disassembly Process
LCD Module Disassembly Flowchart
Remove LCD
Panel from Main
Unit before
proceeding
Remove
LCD Bezel
Remove
LCD Brackets
Remove
LCD Panel
Remove
Camera Module
Remove
LCD FPC Cable
Remove
Antennas
Screw List
Step
Screw
Quantity
Part No.
LCD Bezel
M2.5*6
4
86.N2802.002
LCD Panel
M2.5*6
2
86.N2802.002
LCD Brackets
M2*3
6
86.N2802.004
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Removing the LCD Bezel
1. See “Removing the LCD Module” on page 55.
2. Remove the two upper and two lower bezel screw caps and screws.
Step
LCD Bezel
3.
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Size
M2.5*6
Quantity
Screw Type
4
Starting from the bottom edge of the bezel, pry the bezel upwards and away from the panel. Work along the
right side toward the top of the bezel, prying the covers apart. Continue along the top edge and down the left
side to remove the bezel.
NOTE: If necessary, use a pry to lift up the outside edges of the bezel.
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Removing the Camera Module
1. See “Removing the LCD Bezel” on page 78.
2. Locate the Camera Module at the top of the LCD Module and disconnect the camera cable.
3. Remove the Camera from the module.
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Removing the LCD Panel
1. See “Removing the Camera Module” on page 79.
2. Remove the two securing screws from the LCD Panel.
Step
LCD Panel
Size
M2.5*6
Quantity
Screw Type
2
3. Remove the adhesive strip holding the cables in place.
4. Remove the Camera cable cluster from the LCD Module as shown.
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5. Lift the LCD Panel clear of the module.
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Removing the LCD Brackets and FPC Cable
1. See “Removing the LCD Panel” on page 80.
2. Remove the six securing screws (three on each side) from the LCD Panel brackets.
Step
LCD Brackets
Size
M2*3
Quantity
Screw Type
6
3. Remove the LCD brackets by pulling away from the LCD Panel.
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4. Turn the LCD panel over to expose the rear. Lift the adhesive protector and disconnect the cable from the LCD
Panel.
5. Lift the cable as shown to disengage the adhesive strip securing it in place.
6. Lift the FPC cable to disengage the remaining adhesive and remove the cable from the panel.
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Removing the Antennas
1. See “Removing the LCD Panel” on page 80.
2. Remove the foil tabs holding the left antenna cable in place. Ensure the cable is free from obstructions.
3. Remove the cable from the cable channel. Ensure that the cable is free from all cable clips and foil tabs.
4. Remove the adhesive tape securing the left Antenna to the LCD Module.
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5. Lift the left Antenna clear of the cover.
6. Remove the foil tabs holding the right antenna cable in place. Ensure the cable is free from obstructions.
7. Remove the cable from the cable channel. Ensure that the cable is free from all cable clips and foil tabs.
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8. Remove the adhesive tape securing the right Antenna to the LCD Module.
9. Lift the right Antenna clear of the cover.
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LCD Module Reassembly Procedure
Replacing the Antennas
1. Replace the right Antenna as shown. Ensure that the locating pins on the Antenna are correctly seated.
Locating Pin
Locating Pin
2. Replace the foil tab to secure the Antenna in place. 3. Run the cable down the side of the LCD Module
using all available clips and adhesive.
4. Run the cable along the cable channel as shown, using all available cable clips.
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5. Replace the left Antenna as shown. Ensure that the locating pins on the Antenna are correctly seated.
Locating Pin
Locating Pin
6. Replace the foil tab to secure the Antenna in place. 7. Run the cable down the side of the LCD Module
using all available clips and adhesive.
8. Run the cable along the cable channel as shown, using all available cable clips and adhesive.
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9. The Antennas and cables appear as shown when correctly installed.
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Replacing the LCD Panel
1. Connect the LCD cable to the panel connector as
shown.
2. Press down the adhesive strip to secure the cable
in place.
3. Run the cable along the back of the panel and
press down as indicated to secure the cable in
place.
4. Run the cable across the back of the panel as
shown and press down as indicated to secure the
cable in place.
IMPORTANT: Ensure that the LCD cable runs between the green callouts to avoid trapping when the panel is
replaced in the LCD Module.
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5. Align the LCD brackets with the screw holes on the panel. Replace the six screws (three on each side) in the
brackets as shown.
6. Place the LCD Panel in the LCD Module, top edge first, and secure the LCD cable with adhesive tape.
IMPORTANT: Ensure that the LCD power cable passes through the hinge well and is not trapped under the
panel.
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7. Replace the Camera cable cluster in the LCD
Module.
8. Secure the LCD module with the two securing
screws.
Replacing the Camera Module
1. Place the camera in the LCD Module.
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2. Connect the cable to the camera module.
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Replacing the LCD Bezel
1. Replace the bezel and press down until there are no gaps between the bezel and the LCD Module.
IMPORTANT: Ensure that the LCD cables pass through the hinge wells and are not trapped by the bezel.
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2. Replace the four screws and screw caps provided.
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Main Module Reassembly Procedure
Replacing the CPU
IMPORTANT: The CPU has a Pin1 locator that must be positioned corresponding to the marker on the CPU
socket.
1. Place the CPU into the CPU socket as shown, taking note of the Pin1 locator.
Socket
Pin1 Locator
CPU
Pin1 Locator
2. Using a flat-bladed screw driver, rotate the CPU locking screw 180° clockwise to secure the CPU in place.
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Replacing the CPU Fan
1. Align the screw holes on the CPU Fan and
Mainboard and replace the Fan.
2. Replace the three screws to secure the Fan to the
Mainboard.
3. Connect the Fan power cable to the Mainboard connector.
Replacing the Thermal Module
IMPORTANT: Apply a suitable thermal grease and ensure all heat pads are in place before replacing the Thermal
Module.
The following thermal grease types are approved for use:
•
•
•
Silmore GP50
Honeywell
Jet Motor 7762
The following thermal pads are approved for use:
•
Eapus XR-PE
1. Remove all traces of thermal grease from the CPU using a lint-free cloth or cotton swab and Isopropyl
Alcohol, Acetone, or other approved cleaning agent.
2. Apply a small amount of thermal grease to the centre of the CPU—there is no need to spread the grease
manually, the force used during the installation of the Thermal Module is sufficient.
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3. Align the screw holes on the Thermal Module and
Mainboard then replace the module. Keep the
module as level as possible to spread the thermal
grease evenly.
4. Replace the four securing screws (in numerical
order from screw 1 to screw 4) to secure the
Thermal Module in place.
4
2
1
3
Replacing the Mainboard
1. Ensure that the Mainboard is face up (the CPU is not visible). Place the Mainboard in the chassis, left edge
first (1), then rotate it downward into position (2).
(2)
(1)
NOTE: Ensure the I/O ports are positioned correctly through the casing.
2. Replace the single securing screw in the mainboard.
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Replacing the TouchPad Bracket
1. Replace the TouchPad bracket top edge first to
engage the securing clips.
2. Press the bracket down to engage the securing
clips.
3. Replace the two screws to secure the TouchPad Bracket to the Upper Cover.
4. Replace the TouchPad FFC and close the locking latch on the connector.
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5. Replace the FFC and press down as indicated to secure it to the Upper Cover.
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Replacing the Right Speaker Module
1.
Place the module left side first on the Upper Cover 2. Replace the single screw to secure the module in
as shown. Ensure that the left side of the module is
place.
seated correctly in the securing clip.
3. Pass the cable through the Upper Cover as shown. 4. Turn the Upper Cover over and run the cable along
the cable channel using all available cable clips.
5. The cable runs as shown when correctly installed.
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Replacing the Left Speaker Module
1.
Place the module right side first on the Upper
Cover as shown. Ensure that the right side of the
module is seated correctly in the securing clip.
2. Replace the single screw to secure the module in
place.
3. Run the cable along the cable channel using all available cable clips.
4. Secure the cable in place with adhesive tape.
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Replacing the Power Board
1.
Slide the Power Board in to the Upper Cover front edge first to engage the securing clip.
2. Press the board down to locate the securing pin.
3. Replace the two screws to secure the board to the
Upper Cover.
Replacing the Upper Cover
1.
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Place the Upper Cover on the Lower Cover as shown.
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2. Press down around the edges to secure it in place.
3. Replace the nine screws in the Upper Cover as shown.
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4. Replace the three screw caps as shown.
5. Connect the following cables to the Mainboard.
A
B
C
D
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6. Connect A as shown.
7. Connect C as shown.
8. Connect B and close the locking latch to secure the cable in place.
9. Connect D and close the locking latch to secure the cable in place.
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10. Turn the computer over and replace the eleven screws as shown.
Replacing the LCD Module
1. Align the screw holes on the LCD Module and
Upper Cover and replace the LCD Module.
2. The left and right screw covers are shaped
differently. Ensure that the correct cover is used.
Left Screw
Cover
Right Screw
Cover
3. Replace the left screw cover as shown. Ensure that the securing tab on the rear of the cover is seated
correctly in the Upper Cover.
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4. Replace the right screw cover as shown. Ensure that the securing tab on the rear of the cover is seated
correctly in the Upper Cover.
5. Replace the four screws securing the LCD Module to the Upper Cover.
6. Ensure that the Hinge Covers are replaced
7. Align the left Hinge Cover as shown and press
correctly. Identify the rear edge of the covers by the
down to replace the cover.
two securing clips.
Rear Securing
Clips
8. Repeat the process for the right side Hinge Cover.
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9. Run the black Antenna cable along the cable
channel as shown using all available retaining
clips.
10. Replace the adhesive strip to secure the cable in
place.
11. Run the white Antenna cable along the cable channel as shown using all available retaining clips.
12. Run the LCD cable along the cable channel using
all available cable clips.
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13. Connect the LCD cable to the Mainboard as
shown.
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15. The Upper Cover appears as shown when the Antenna and LCD cables are correctly installed.
16. Turn the computer over. Run the Antenna cables along the cable channel as shown, using all available
cable clips.
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17. Replace the two screws securing the LCD Module to the Lower Cover.
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Replacing the Keyboard
1. Connect the Keyboard FFC to the Mainboard and close the locking latch to secure the cable in place.
2. Turn the Keyboard over and insert it front edge first 3. Press down as indicated to secure the Keyboard in
into the chassis.
place.
NOTE: Ensure that the six locating tabs are
correctly seated.
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Replacing the Switch Cover
1. Place the Switch Cover left side first on to the Upper Cover.
2. Press down as indicated to snap the Switch Cover into place.
Replacing the Hard Disk Drive Module
1. Place the HDD in the HDD carrier.
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2. Replace the four screws (two each side) to secure
the carrier.
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3. Insert the HDD, as indicated and lower it into
place.
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4. Slide the HDD in the direction of the arrow to
connect the interface.
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Replacing the WLAN Module
1. Insert the WLAN Module into the WLAN socket.
2. Replace the two screws to secure the module.
3. Connect the two Antenna cables to the module.
NOTE: The black cable connects to the upper
terminal (MAIN) and the white cable to the
lower terminal (MAIN).
4. After connecting the cables to the terminals,
secure the cables in place with adhesive tape to
avoid trapping.
Replacing the DIMM Modules
1. Insert the DIMM Module in place.
2. Press down to lock the DIMM module in place.
3. Repeat steps for the second DIMM module if present.
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Replacing the ODD Module
1. Press the bezel into the tray, bottom edge first, to
secure it to the ODD Module.
2. Secure the ODD bracket with the two screws.
3. Push the ODD Module into the ODD bay until it is
flush with the casing.
4. Replace the single screw to secure the Module.
Replacing the Lower Covers
1. Replace the Memory Cover as shown.
2. Replace the HDD Cover as shown.
IMPORTANT: Press down around the perimeter of the covers to ensure that the all the securing tabs are
correctly located in the casing.
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3. Replace the three screws to secure the covers in place.
Memory
Cover
HDD
Cover
Replacing the SD Dummy Card
1. Insert the SD Dummy Card into the slot as shown.
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2. Push until the card clicks into place and is flush with
the casing.
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Replacing the Battery
1. Slide and hold the battery release latch to the
release position (1), insert the battery pack and
press down (2).
2. Slide the battery lock in the direction shown to
secure the battery in place.
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Troubleshooting
Common Problems
Use the following procedure as a guide for computer problems.
NOTE: The diagnostic tests are intended to test only eMachines products. Non-eMachines products,
prototype cards, or modified options can give false errors and invalid system responses.
1.
Obtain the failing symptoms in as much detail as possible.
2.
Verify the symptoms by attempting to re-create the failure by running the diagnostic test or by repeating
the same operation.
3.
Use the following table with the verified symptom to determine which page to go to.
Symptoms (Verified)
Go To
Power On Issue
Page 120
No Display Issue
Page 121
LCD Failure
Page 123
Internal Keyboard Failure
Page 123
TouchPad Failure
Page 124
Internal Speaker Failure
Page 124
ODD Failure
Page 127
WLAN Failure
Page 130
Thermal Unit Failure
Page 130
Other Functions Failure
Page 131
Intermittent Failures
Page 132
Undermined Failures
Page 132
4.
If the Issue is still not resolved, see “Online Support Information” on page 183.
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Power On Issue
If the system doesn’t power on, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem. Do not
replace a non-defective FRUs:
Computer Shutsdown Intermittently
If the system powers off at intervals, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem.
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1.
Check the power cable is properly connected to the computer and the electrical outlet.
2.
Remove any extension cables between the computer and the outlet.
3.
Remove any surge protectors between the computer and the electrical outlet. Plug the computer directly
into a known good electrical outlet.
4.
Disconnect the power and open the casing to check the Thermal Unit (see “Thermal Unit Failure” on page
130) and fan airways are free of obstructions.
5.
Remove all external and non-essential hardware connected to the computer that are not necessary to
boot the computer to the failure point.
6.
Remove any recently installed software.
7.
If the Issue is still not resolved, see “Online Support Information” on page 183.
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No Display Issue
If the Display doesn’t work, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem. Do not replace
a non-defective FRUs:
No POST or Video
If the POST or video doesn’t display, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem.
1.
Make sure that the internal display is selected. On this notebook model, switching between the internal
display and the external display is done by pressing Fn+F5. Reference Product pages for specific model
procedures.
2.
Make sure the computer has power by checking at least one of the following occurs:
•
Fans start up
•
Status LEDs light up
If there is no power, see “Power On Issue” on page 120.
3.
Drain any stored power by removing the power cable and battery and holding down the power button for
10 seconds. Reconnect the power and reboot the computer.
4.
Connect an external monitor to the computer and switch between the internal display and the external
display is by pressing Fn+F5 (on this model).
If the POST or video appears on the external display, see “LCD Failure” on page 123.
5.
Disconnect power and all external devices including port replicators or docking stations. Remove any
memory cards and CD/DVD discs. Restart the computer.
If the computer boots correctly, add the devices one by one until the failure point is discovered.
6.
Reseat the memory modules.
7.
Remove the drives (see “Disassembly Process” on page 40).
8.
If the Issue is still not resolved, see “Online Support Information” on page 183.
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Abnormal Video Display
If video displays abnormally, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem.
1.
Reboot the computer.
2.
If permanent vertical/horizontal lines or dark spots display in the same location, the LCD is faulty and
should be replaced. See “Disassembly Process” on page 40.
3.
If extensive pixel damage is present (different colored spots in the same locations on the screen), the LCD
is faulty and should be replaced. See “Disassembly Process” on page 40.
4.
Adjust the brightness to its highest level. See the User Manual for instructions on adjusting settings.
NOTE: Ensure that the computer is not running on battery alone as this may reduce display brightness.
If the display is too dim at the highest brightness setting, the LCD is faulty and should be replaced. See
“Disassembly Process” on page 40.
5.
Check the display resolution is correctly configured:
a.
Minimize or close all Windows.
b.
If display size is only abnormal in an application, check the view settings and control/mouse wheel
zoom feature in the application.
c.
If desktop display resolution is not normal, right-click on the desktop and select
Personalize´ Display Settings.
d.
Click and drag the Resolution slider to the desired resolution.
e.
Click Apply and check the display. Readjust if necessary.
6.
Roll back the video driver to the previous version if updated.
7.
Remove and reinstall the video driver.
8.
Check the Device Manager to determine that:
9.
•
The device is properly installed. There are no red Xs or yellow exclamation marks.
•
There are no device conflicts.
•
No hardware is listed under Other Devices.
If the Issue is still not resolved, see “Online Support Information” on page 183.
10. Run the Windows Memory Diagnostic from the operating system DVD and follow the onscreen prompts.
11. If the Issue is still not resolved, see “Online Support Information” on page 183.
Random Loss of BIOS Settings
If the computer is experiencing intermittent loss of BIOS information, perform the following actions one at a
time to correct the problem.
1.
If the computer is more than one year old, replace the CMOS battery.
2.
Run a complete virus scan using up-to-date software to ensure the computer is virus free.
3.
If the computer is experiencing HDD or ODD BIOS information loss, disconnect and reconnect the power
and data cables between devices.
If the BIOS settings are still lost, replace the cables.
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4.
If HDD information is missing from the BIOS, the drive may be defective and should be replaced.
5.
Replace the Motherboard.
6.
If the Issue is still not resolved, see “Online Support Information” on page 183.
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LCD Failure
If the LCD fails, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem. Do not replace a nondefective FRUs:
Built-In Keyboard Failure
If the built-in Keyboard fails, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem. Do not replace
a non-defective FRUs:
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TouchPad Failure
If the TouchPad doesn’t work, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem. Do not
replace a non-defective FRUs:
Internal Speaker Failure
If the internal Speakers fail, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem. Do not replace
a non-defective FRUs:
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Sound Problems
If sound problems are experienced, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem.
1.
Reboot the computer.
2.
Navigate to Start´ Control Panel´ System and Maintenance´ System´ Device Manager. Check
the Device Manager to determine that:
•
The device is properly installed.
•
There are no red Xs or yellow exclamation marks.
•
There are no device conflicts.
•
No hardware is listed under Other Devices.
3.
Roll back the audio driver to the previous version, if updated recently.
4.
Remove and reinstall the audio driver.
5.
Ensure that all volume controls are set mid range:
a.
Click the volume icon on the taskbar and drag the slider to 50. Ensure that the volume is not muted.
b.
Click Mixer to verify that other audio applications are set to 50 and not muted.
6.
Navigate to Start´ Control Panel´ Hardware and Sound´ Sound. Ensure that Speakers are selected
as the default audio device (green check mark).
NOTE: If Speakers does not show, right-click on the Playback tab and select Show Disabled Devices
(clear by default).
7.
Select Speakers and click Configure to start Speaker Setup. Follow the onscreen prompts to configure
the speakers.
8.
Remove and recently installed hardware or software.
9.
Restore system and file settings from a known good date using System Restore.
If the issue is not fixed, repeat the preceding steps and select an earlier time and date.
10. Reinstall the Operating System.
11. If the Issue is still not resolved, see “Online Support Information” on page 183.
Microphone Problems
If internal or external Microphones do no operate correctly, perform the following actions one at a time to
correct the problem.
1.
Check that the microphone is enabled. Navigate to Start´ Control Panel´ Hardware and Sound´
Sound and select the Recording tab.
2.
Right-click on the Recording tab and select Show Disabled Devices (clear by default).
3.
The microphone appears on the Recording tab.
4.
Right-click on the microphone and select Enable.
5.
Select the microphone then click Properties. Select the Levels tab.
6.
Increase the volume to the maximum setting and click OK.
7.
Test the microphone hardware:
8.
a.
Select the microphone and click Configure.
b.
Select Set up microphone.
c.
Select the microphone type from the list and click Next.
d.
Follow the onscreen prompts to complete the test.
If the Issue is still not resolved, see “Online Support Information” on page 183.
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HDD Not Operating Correctly
If the HDD does not operate correctly, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem.
1.
Disconnect all external devices.
2.
Run a complete virus scan using up-to-date software to ensure the computer is virus free.
3.
Run the Windows 7 Startup Repair Utility:
a.
insert the Windows 7 Operating System DVD in the ODD and restart the computer.
b.
When prompted, press any key to start to the operating system DVD.
c.
The Install Windows screen displays. Click Next.
d.
Select Repair your computer.
e.
The System Recovery Options screen displays. Click Next.
f.
Select the appropriate operating system, and click Next.
NOTE: Click Load Drivers if controller drives are required.
g.
Select Startup Repair.
h.
Startup Repair attempts to locate and resolve issues with the computer.
i.
When complete, click Finish.
If an issue is discovered, follow the onscreen information to resolve the problem.
4.
Run the Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool. For more information see Windows Help and Support.
5.
Restart the computer and press F2 to enter the BIOS Utility. Check the BIOS settings are correct and that
CD/DVD drive is set as the first boot device on the Boot menu.
6.
Ensure all cables and jumpers on the HDD and ODD are set correctly.
7.
Remove any recently added hardware and associated software.
8.
Run the Windows Disk Defragmenter. For more information see Windows Help and Support.
9.
Run Windows Check Disk by entering chkdsk /r from a command prompt. For more information see
Windows Help and Support.
10. Restore system and file settings from a known good date using System Restore.
If the issue is not fixed, repeat the preceding steps and select an earlier time and date.
11. Replace the HDD. See “Disassembly Process” on page 40.
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ODD Failure
If the ODD fails, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem. Do not replace a nondefective FRUs:
ODD Not Operating Correctly
If the ODD exhibits any of the following symptoms it may be faulty:
•
Audio CDs do not play when loaded
•
DVDs do not play when loaded
•
Blank discs do not burn correctly
•
DVD or CD play breaks up or jumps
•
Optical drive not found or not active:
•
Not shown in My Computer or the BIOS setup
•
LED does not flash when the computer starts up
•
The tray does not eject
•
Access failure screen displays
•
The ODD is noisy
Perform the following general solutions one at a time to correct the problem.
1.
Reboot the computer and retry the operation.
2.
Try an alternate disc.
3.
Navigate to Start´ Computer. Check that the ODD device is displayed in the Devices with Removable
Storage panel.
4.
Navigate to Start´ Control Panel´ System and Maintenance´ System´ Device Manager.
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a.
Double-click lDE ATA/ATAPI controllers. If a device displays a down arrow, right-click on the device
and click Enable.
b.
Double-click DVD/CD-ROM drives. If the device displays a down arrow, right-click on the device and
click Enable.
c.
Check that there are no yellow exclamation marks against the items in lDE ATA/ATAPI controllers. If
a device has an exclamation mark, right-click on the device and uninstall and reinstall the driver.
d.
Check that there are no yellow exclamation marks against the items in DVD/CD-ROM drives. If a
device has an exclamation mark, right-click on the device and uninstall and reinstall the driver.
e.
If the exclamation marker is not removed from the item in the lists, try removing any recently installed
software and retrying the operation.
Discs Do Not Play
If discs do not play when inserted in the drive, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the
problem.
1.
Check that the disc is correctly seated in the drive tray and that the label on the disc is visible.
2.
Check that the media is clean and scratch free.
3.
Try an alternate disc in the drive.
4.
Ensure that AutoPlay is enabled:
5.
a.
Navigate to Start´ Control Panel´ Hardware and Sound´ AutoPlay.
b.
Select Use AutoPlay for all media and devices.
c.
In the Audio CD and DVD Movie fields, select the desired player from the drop down menu.
Check that the Regional Code is correct for the selected media:
IMPORTANT:Region can only be changed a limited number of times. After Changes remaining reaches zero,
the region cannot be changed even Windows is reinstalled or the drive is moved to another computer.
a.
Navigate to Start´ Control Panel´ System and Maintenance´ System´ Device Manager.
b.
Double-click DVD/CD-ROM drives.
c.
Right-click DVD drive and click Properties, then click the DVD Region tab.
d.
Select the region suitable for the media inserted in the drive.
Discs Do Not Burn Properly
If discs can not be burned, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem.
1.
2.
Ensure that the default drive is record enabled:
a.
Navigate to Start´ Computer and right-click the writable ODD icon. Click Properties.
b.
Select the Recording tab. In the Desktop disc recording panel, select the writable ODD from the
drop down list.
c.
Click OK.
Ensure that the software used for burning discs is the factory default. If using different software, refer to
the software's user manual.
Playback is Choppy
If playback is choppy or jumps, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem.
1.
2.
Check that system resources are not running low:
a.
Try closing some applications.
b.
Reboot and try the operation again.
Check that the ODD controller transfer mode is set to DMA:
a.
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Navigate to Start´ Control Panel´ System and Maintenance´ System´ Device Manager.
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b.
Double-click IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers, then right-click ATA Device 0.
c.
Click Properties and select the Advanced Settings tab. Ensure that the Enable DMA box is
checked and click OK.
d.
Repeat for the other ATA Devices shown if applicable.
Drive Not Detected
If Windows cannot detect the drive, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem.
1.
Restart the computer and press F2 to enter the BIOS Utility.
2.
Check that the drive is detected in the ATAPI Model Name field on the Information page.
NOTE: Check that the entry is identical to one of the ODDs specified in “Hardware Specifications and
Configurations” on page 16.
3.
Turn off the power and remove the cover to inspect the connections to the ODD. See “Disassembly
Process” on page 40.
a.
Check for broken connectors on the drive, motherboard, and cables.
b.
Check for bent or broken pins on the drive, motherboard, and cable connections.
c.
Try an alternate cable, if available. If the drive works with the new cable, the original cable should be
replaced.
4.
Reseat the drive ensuring and all cables are connected correctly.
5.
Replace the ODD. See “Disassembly Process” on page 40.
Drive Read Failure
If discs cannot be read when inserted in the drive, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the
problem.
1.
Remove and clean the failed disc.
2.
Retry reading the CD or DVD.
d.
Test the drive using other discs.
e.
Play a DVD movie
f.
Listen to a music CD
If the ODD works properly with alternate discs, the original disc is probably defective and should be
replaced.
3.
4.
Turn off the power and remove the cover to inspect the connections to the ODD. See “Disassembly
Process” on page 40.
a.
Check for broken connectors on the drive, motherboard, and cables.
b.
Check for bent or broken pins on the drive, motherboard, and cable connections.
c.
Try an alternate cable, if available. If the drive works with the new cable, the original cable should be
replaced.
Replace the ODD. See “Disassembly Process” on page 40.
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Wireless Function Failure
If the WLAN fails, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem. Do not replace a nondefective FRUs:
Thermal Unit Failure
If the Thermal Unit fails, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem. Do not replace a
non-defective FRUs:
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External Mouse Failure
If an external Mouse fails, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem.
1.
Try an alternative mouse.
2.
If the mouse uses a wireless connection, insert new batteries and confirm there is a good connection. See
the mouse user manual.
3.
If the mouse uses a USB connection, try an alternate USB port.
4.
Try an alternative program to verify mouse operation. Reinstall the program experiencing mouse failure.
5.
Restart the computer.
6.
Remove any recently added hardware and associated software.
7.
Remove any recently added software and reboot.
8.
Restore system and file settings from a known good date using System Restore.
If the issue is not fixed, repeat the preceding steps and select an earlier time and date.
9.
Run the Event Viewer to check the events log for errors. For more information see Windows Help and
Support.
10. Roll back the mouse driver to the previous version if updated recently.
11. Remove and reinstall the mouse driver.
12. Check the Device Manager to determine that:
•
The device is properly installed. There are no red Xs or yellow exclamation marks.
•
There are no device conflicts.
•
No hardware is listed under Other Devices.
13. If the Issue is still not resolved, see “Online Support Information” on page 183.
Other Failures
If the CRT Switch, Dock, LAN Port, external MIC or Speakers, PCI Express Card, 5-in-1 Card Reader or
Volume Wheel fail, perform the following general steps to correct the problem. Do not replace a non-defective
FRUs:
1.
Check Drive whether is OK.
2.
Check Test Fixture is ok.
3.
Swap M/B to Try.
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Intermittent Problems
Intermittent system hang problems can be caused by a variety of reasons that have nothing to do with a
hardware defect, such as: cosmic radiation, electrostatic discharge, or software errors. FRU replacement
should be considered only when a recurring problem exists.
When analyzing an intermittent problem, do the following:
1.
Run the advanced diagnostic test for the system board in loop mode at least 10 times.
2.
If no error is detected, do not replace any FRU.
3.
If any error is detected, replace the FRU. Rerun the test to verify that there are no more errors.
Undetermined Problems
The diagnostic problems does not identify which adapter or device failed, which installed devices are incorrect,
whether a short circuit is suspected, or whether the system is inoperative.
Follow these procedures to isolate the failing FRU (do not isolate non-defective FRU).
NOTE: Verify that all attached devices are supported by the computer.
NOTE: Verify that the power supply being used at the time of the failure is operating correctly. (See “Power On
Issue” on page 120.):
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1.
Power-off the computer.
2.
Visually check them for damage. If any problems are found, replace the FRU.
3.
Remove or disconnect all of the following devices:
•
Non-eMachines devices
•
Printer, mouse, and other external devices
•
Battery pack
•
Hard disk drive
•
DIMM
•
CD-ROM/Diskette drive Module
•
PC Cards
4.
Power-on the computer.
5.
Determine if the problem has changed.
6.
If the problem does not recur, reconnect the removed devices one at a time until you find the failing FRU.
7.
If the problem remains, replace the following FRU one at a time. Do not replace a non-defective FRU:
•
System board
•
LCD assembly
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Post Codes
Sec:
NO_EVICTION_MODE_DEBUG EQU 1 (CommonPlatform\sec\Ia32\SecCore.inc)
Code
Description
0xC2
MTRR setup
0xC3
Enable cache
0xC4
Establish cache tags
0xC5
Enter NEM, Place the BSP in No Fill mode, set CR0.CD = 1, CR0.NW = 0.
0xCF
Cache Init Finished
Memory:
DEBUG_BIOS equ 1 (Chipset\Alviso\MemoryInitAsm\IA32\IMEMORY.INC)
Code
Description
0xA0
First memory check point
0x01
Enable MCHBAR
0x02
Check for DRAM initialization interrupt and reset fail
0x03
Verify all DIMMs are DDR or DDR2 and unbuffered
0x04
Detect an improper warm reset and handle
0x05
Detect if ECC SO-DIMMs are present in the system
0x06
Verify all DIMMs are single or double sided and not asymmetric
0x07
Verify all DIMMs are x8 or x16 width
0x08
Find a common CAS latency between the DIMMS and the MCH
0x09
Determine the memory frequency and CAS latency to program
0x10
Determine the smallest common TRAS for all DIMMs
0x11
Determine the smallest common TRP for all DIMMs
0x12
Determine the smallest common TRCD for all DIMMs
0x13
Determine the smallest refresh period for all DIMMs
0x14
Verify burst length of 8 is supported by all DIMMs
0x15
Determine the smallest tWR supported by all DIMMs
0x16
Determine DIMM size parameters
0x17
Program the correct system memory frequency
0x18
Determine and set the mode of operation for the memory channels
0x19
Program clock crossing registers
0x20
Disable Fast Dispatch
0x21
Program the DRAM Row Attributes and DRAM Row Boundary registers
0x22
Program the DRAM Bank Architecture register
0x23
Program the DRAM Timing & and DRAM Control registers
0x24
Program ODT
0x25
Perform steps required before memory init
0x26
Program the receive enable reference timing control register
Program the DLL Timing Control Registers, RCOMP settings
0x27
Enable DRAM Channel I/O Buffers
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Code
Description
0x28
Enable all clocks on populated rows
0x29
Perform JEDEC memory initialization for all memory rows
0x30
Perform steps required after memory init
0x31
Program DRAM throttling and throttling event registers
0x32
Setup DRAM control register for normal operation and enable
0x33
Enable RCOMP
0x34
Clear DRAM initialization bit in the SB
0x35
Initialization Sequence Completed, program graphic clocks
0xAF
Disable access to the XMM registers
BDS & Specific action:
Code
134
Description
0x00
Report the legacy boot is happening
0x12
Wake up the Aps
0x13
Initialize SMM Private Data and relocate BSP SMBASE
0x21
PC init begin at the stage1
0x27
Report every memory range do the hardware ECC init
0x28
Report status code of every memory range
0x50
Get the root bridge handle
0x51
Notify pci bus driver starts to program the resource
0x58
Reset the host controller
0x5A
IdeBus begin initialization
0x70
Simple Text Output Protocol Functions (VGA class reset)
0x71
Report that VGA Class driver is being disabled
0x72
Report that VGA Class driver is being enabled
0x78
Terminal Console In reset and Console Out reset
0x79
Report that the remote terminal is being disabled
0x7A
Report that the remote terminal is being enabled
0x90
Keyboard reset
0x91
USB Keyboard disable
0x92
Keyboard detection
0x93
Report that the usb keyboard is being enabled
0x94
Clear the keyboard buffer
0x95
Init Keyboard
0x98
Mouse reset
0x99
Mouse disable
0x9A
Detect PS2 mouse
0x9B
Report that the mouse is being enabled
0xB8
Peripheral removable media reset (ex: IsaFloppy, USB device)
0xB9
Peripheral removable media disable
0xBB
Peripheral removable media enable
0xE4
Report Status Code here for DXE_ENTRY_POINT once it is available
0xF8
Report that ExitBootServices () has been called
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Code
0xF9
Description
Runtime driver set virtual address map
Each PEIM entry point used in 80_PORT
Code
Description
0x00
0x01
PEI_EVENT_LOG
0x02
PEI_OEM_SERVICE
0x03
PEI_SIO_INIT
0x04
PEI_MONO_STATUS_CODE
0x05
PEI_CPU_IO_PCI_CFG
0x06
PEI_CPU_IO
0x07
PEI_PCI_CFG
0x08
PEI_CPU_PEIM
0x09
PEI_PLATFORM_STAGE1
0x0A
PEI_VARIABLE
0x0B
PEI_SB_INIT
0x0C
PEI_CAPSULE
0x0D
PEI_PLATFORM_STAGE2
0x0E
PEI_SB_SMBUS_ARP_DISABLED
0x0F
PEI_HOST_TO_SYSTEM
0x10
PEI_MEMORY_INIT
0x11
PEI_S3_RESUME
0x12
PEI_CLOCK_GEN
0x13
PEI_OP_PRESENCE
0x14
PEI_TPM_TCG
0x15
PEI_FIND_FV
0x16
PEI_H2O_DEBUG_IO
0x17
PEI_H2O_DEBUG_COMM
0x18
PEI_SMM_CONTROL
0x19~0x1F
PEI_RESERVED
0x20~0x2E
PEI_OEM_DEFINED
0x2F
PEI_DXE_IPL
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Each Driver entry point used in 80_PORT
Code
136
Description
0x30
RESERVED
0x31
DXE_CRC32_SECTION_EXTRACT
0x32
SCRIPT_SAVE
0x33
ACPI_S3_SAVE
0x34
SMART_TIMER
0x35
JPEG_DECODER
0x36
PCX_DECODER
0x37
HT_CPU / MP_CPU
0x38
LEGACY_METRONOME
0x39
FTWLITE
0x3A
RUN_RIME
0x3B
MONOTONIC_COUNTER
0x3C
WATCH_DOG_TIMER
0x3D
SECURITY_STUB
0x3E
DXE_CPU_IO
0x3F
CF9_RESET
0x40
PC_RTC
0x41
STATUS_CODE
0x42
VARIABLE
0x43
EMU_VARIABLE
0x44
DXE_CHIPSET_INIT
0x45
DXE_ALERT_FORMAT
0x46
PCI_HOST_BRIDGE
0x47
PCI_EXPRESS
0x48
DXE_SB_INIT
0x49
IDE_CONTROLLER
0x4A
SATA_CONTROLLER
0x4B
SB_SM_BUS
0x4C
ISA_ACPI_DRIVER
0x4D
ISA_BUS
0x4E
ISA_SERIAL
0x4F
IDE_BUS
0x50
PCI_BUS
0x51
BOOT_PRIORITY
0x52
FVB_SERVICE
0x53
ACPI_PLATFORM
0x54
PCI_HOT_PLUG
0x55
DXE_PLATFORM
0x56
PLATFORM_IDE
0x57
SMBIOS
0x58
MEMORY_SUB_CLASS
0x59
MISC_SUB_CLASS
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Code
Description
0x5A
CON_PLATFORM
0x5B
SAVE_MEMORY_CONFIG
0x5C
ACPI_SUPPORT
0x5D
CON_SPLITTER_UGA_VGA / CON_SPLITTER
0x5E
VGA_CLASS
0x5F
DATA_HUB
0x60
DISK_IO
0x61
MEMORY_TEST
0x62
CRISIS_RECOVERY
0x63
LEGACY_8259
0x64
LEGACY_REGION
0x65
LEGACY_INTERRUPT
0x66
BIOS_KEYBOARD
0x67
BIOS_VEDIO
0x68
MONITER_KEY
0x69
LEGACY_BIOS
0x6A
LEGACY_BIOS_PLATFORM
0x6B
PCI_PLATFORM
0x6C
ISA_FLOOPY
0x6D
PS2_MOUSE
0x6E
USB_BOT
0x6F
USB_CBI0
0x70
USB_CBI1
0x71
USB_KB
0x72
USB_MASS_STORAGE
0x73
BUS_PCI_UHCI
0x74
USB_MOUSE
0x75
USB_BUS
0x76
SETUP_UTILITY
0x77
FW_BLOCK_SERVICE
0x78
USB_LEGACY_PLATFORM
0x79
GRAPHICS_CONSOLE
0x7A
TERMINAL
0x7B
DATA_HUB_STD_ERR
0x7C
FAT
0x7D
PARTITION
0x7E
ENGLISH
0x7F
FRENCH
0x80
HII_DATABASE
0x81
SETUP_BROWSER
0x82
OEM_SETUP_BROWSER
0x83
OEM_BADGING_SUPPORT
0x84
LEGACY_MOUSE
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Code
138
Description
0x85
BIOS_SNP16
0x86
BUS_PCI_UNDI
0x87
SETUP_MOUSE
0x88
OEM_SETTING
0x89
MONITOR_KEY
0x8A
PLATFORM_BDS
0x8B
FAULT_TOLERANT_WRITE
0x8C
UPDATE_DISPATCHER
0x8D
CHINESE
0x8E
TPM_S3_Resume
0x8F
USB_EHCI
0x90
SNP_32_64
0x91
DXE_0x91 PXE_BC
0x92
PXE_DHCP4
0x93
EBC
0x94~0x9F
RESERVED
0xA0
DXE_H2O_DEBUG_IO
0xA1
DXE_H2O_DEBUG_IO
0xA2
DXE_TPM_TCG
0xA3
DXE_TPM_PHYSICAL_PRESENCE
0xA4
DXE_OEM_SERVICE
0xA5
DXE_EVENT_LOG
0xA6
DXE_ SECURITY_HDD_PASSWORD_SERVICE
0xA7
DXE_LAN_ASF_INIT
0xA8
DXE_BUS_PCI_SERIAL
0xA9
DXE_LAN_IDER_CONTROLLER
0xAA
DXE_LAN_AMT
0xAB
DXE_ SECURITY_SYSTEM_PASSWORD_SERVICE
0xAC
DXE_ SECURITY_ PASSWORD_CONSOLE
0xAD
DXE_ DATA_HUB_RECORD_POLICY
0xAE
DXE_TPM_DRIVER
0xAF
RESERVED
0xB0
JAPANESE
0xB1
DXE_UNICODE_COLLACTION
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Each SmmDriver entry point used in 80_PORT
Code
Description
0xC0
SMM_ACCESS
0xC2
SMM_CONTROL
0xC1
SMM_BASE
0xC3
SMMAP
0xC4
SMMCORE
0xC5
SMM_DISPATCH
0xC6
SMM_START
0xC7
SMM_RUNTIME
0xC8
SB_SMM_DISPATCH
0xC9
SMM_THUNK
0xCA
SMM_ACPI_SW_CHILD
0xCB
SMM_SB_S3_SAVE
0xCC
SMM_PLATFORM
0xCD
SMM_GMCH_MBI
0xCE
SMM_FW_BLOCK_SERVICE
0xCF
SMM_VARIABLE
0xD0
SMM_IHISI
0xD1
SMM_INT15_MICROCODE
0xD2
SMM_PNP
0xD3
SMM_USB_LEGACY
0xD4
SMM_INT13_HDD
0xD5
SMM_INIT_PPM
0xD6
SMM_OHCI1394
0xD7
SMM_ SECURITY_HDD_PASSWORD_SERVICE
0xD8
SMM_OEM_SERVICE
0xD9
SMM_PPM
0xDA
SMM_DIGITAL_THERMAL_SENSOR
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Chapter 5
Jumper and Connector Locations
Top View
Chapter 5
Item
Description
JLVDS1
LCD Connector
JP14
Power/B Connector
JSPK1
Speaker(Left) Connector
JSPK2
Speaker(Right) Connector
JKB1
Internal Keyboard Connector
JTP1
Touch Pad Connector
U18
South Bridge
SW2
Touch pad (Left) Button
SW3
Touch pad (Right) Button
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Bottom View
142
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
PJP1
AC-IN Connector
JRJ1
RJ45 Connector
JCRT1
CRT Connector
JP12
Fan Connector
JUSB1
USB Connector
JUSB2
USB Connector
JMIC1
MIC-In Jack
JHP1
Head-Phone Jack
JSATA2
HDD Connector
U39
North Bridge
JCPU1
CPU Socket
JREAD1
Card Reader Socket
PJP2
Battery Connector
JDIMM2
Memory DIMM2 Connector
JDIMM1
Memory DIMM1 Connector
JSATA1
ODD Connector
JMINI2
Wireless Card Connector
Chapter 5
Power Board
Chapter 5
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
U1
Lid Switch
SW1
TP Lock Button
SW2
ON/OFF Button
SW3
Wireless Button
LED1
ON/OFF LED
LED3
Media LED
LED4
Num LED
LED5
Wireless LED
LED6
Caps LED
LED7
TP Lock LED
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Clearing Password Check and BIOS Recovery
This section provides you with the standard operating procedures of clearing password and BIOS recovery for
E630/E430 5517. The machine provides one Hardware Open Gap on main board for clearing password
check, and one Hotkey for enabling BIOS Recovery.
Clearing Password Check
Steps for Clearing BIOS Password Check
If users set BIOS Password (Supervisor Password and/or User Password) for a security reason, BIOS will ask
the password during systems POST or when systems enter to BIOS Setup menu. However, once it is
necessary to bypass the password check, users need to short the HW Gap to clear the password by the
following steps:
1.
Power Off the system, and remove HDD, AC and Battery from the machine.
2.
Disconnect the RTC Battery cable and locate the J1 jumper.
3.
Use an electric conductivity tool to short the two points of the HW Gap.
4.
Plug in AC, keep the short condition on the HW Gap, and press Power Button to power on the system till
BIOS POST finish. Then remove the tool from the HW Gap.
5.
Restart system. Press F2 key to enter BIOS Setup menu.
6.
If there is no Password request, BIOS Password is cleared. Otherwise, please follow the steps and try
again.
NOTE: These steps are only for clearing BIOS Password (Supervisor Password and User Password).
Clear CMOS Jumper
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Item
Description
Location
R379
Clear CMOS Jumper
Under DIMM Cover
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BIOS Recovery by Crisis Disk
BIOS Recovery Boot Block:
BIOS Recovery Boot Block is a special block of BIOS. It is used to boot up the system with minimum BIOS
initialization. Users can enable this feature to restore the BIOS firmware to a successful one once the previous
BIOS flashing process failed.
BIOS Recovery Hotkey:
The system provides a function hotkey: Fn+Esc, for enable BIOS Recovery process when system is powered
on during BIOS POST. To use this function, it is strongly recommended to have the AC adapter and Battery
present. If this function is enabled, the system will force the BIOS to enter a special BIOS block, called Boot
Block.
Steps for BIOS Recovery from USB Storage:
Before doing this, prepare the Crisis USB key. The Crisis USB key could be made by executing the Crisis Disk
program in another system with Windows XP OS.
Follow the steps below:
1.
Copy the xxxxx.wph BIOS file into the Crisis folder which is included with the crisis program.
2.
Rename the xxxxx.wph file to BIOS.wph.
3.
Plug in the USB disk.
4.
Launch the wincris.exe program to create a USB Crisis Disk. Click Start to initiate the process.
5.
Select the Quick Format option to format the disk and click Start. Follow the instructions on the screen to
create the disk.
To use the Crisis USB key, do the following:
1.
Plug USB storage into USB port.
2.
Press Fn + ESC button then plug in AC power.
The Power button flashes orange once.
3.
Press Power button to initiate system CRISIS mode.
When CRISIS is complete, the system auto restarts with a workable BIOS.
4.
Update the latest version BIOS for this machine by regular BIOS flashing process.
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Chapter 6
FRU (Field Replaceable Unit) List
This chapter gives you the FRU (Field Replaceable Unit) listing in global configurations of E630/E430. Refer to this chapter
whenever ordering for parts to repair or for RMA (Return Merchandise Authorization).
Please note that WHEN ORDERING FRU PARTS, you should check the most up-to-date information available on your
regional web or channel. For whatever reasons a part number change is made, it will not be noted on the printed Service
Guide. For eMachines AUTHORIZED SERVICE PROVIDERS, your eMachines office may have a DIFFERENT part number
code from those given in the FRU list of this printed Service Guide. You MUST use the local FRU list provided by your
regional eMachines office to order FRU parts for repair and service of customer machines.
NOTE: To scrap or to return the defective parts, you should follow the local government ordinance or regulations on how to
dispose it properly, or follow the rules set by your regional eMachines office on how to return it.
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E630/E430 Exploded Diagrams
Main Assembly
1
2
3
4
5
148
Chapter 6
No.
Chapter 6
Description
eMachines P/
N
1
Middle Cover
Assy
60.PEE02.002
2
Hinge Cap
Assy
42.N2802.001
3
Upper Case
Assy
60.PEE02.001
4
Mainboard
MB.PGY02.001
5
Lower Case
60.N2802.002
149
Base Assembly
1
2
3
No.
150
Description
eMachines P/N
1
Fan
23.N2802.001
2
Thermal Module
60.N6502.001
3
Mainboard
MB.PGY02.001
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Rear Assembly
1
2
3
No.
Chapter 6
Description
eMachines P/N
1
RAM Door
42.N2802.004
2
HDD Door
42.N2802.005
3
Lower Case
60.N2802.002
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E630/E430 FRU List
CATEGORY
Description
AcerPN
Board
POWER BOARD
55.N2802.001
WLAN CARD-XB63
NI.23600.007
WLAN CARD-BCM4312
NI.23600.029
TP FFC
50.N2802.001
POWER CORD US 3 PIN
27.TAVV5.001
POWER CORD EU 3 PIN
27.TAVV5.002
Cable
POWER CORD AUS 3 PIN
27.TAVV5.003
POWER CORD UK 3 PIN
27.TAVV5.004
POWER CORD CHINA 3 PIN
27.TAVV5.005
POWER CORD SWISS 3 PIN
27.TAVV5.006
POWER CORD ITALIAN 3 PIN
27.TAVV5.007
POWER CORD DENMARK 3 PIN
27.TAVV5.008
POWER CORD JP 3 PIN
27.TAVV5.009
POWER CORD SOUTH AFRICA 3 PIN
27.TAVV5.010
POWER CORD KOERA 3 PIN
27.TAVV5.011
POWER CORD ISRAEL 3 PIN
27.TAVV5.012
POWER CORD INDIA 3 PIN
27.TAVV5.013
POWER CORD TWN 3 PIN
27.TAVV5.014
POWER CORD ARGENTINA 3 PIN
27.APV02.001
CPU AMD Athlon TF20 PGA 1.6G 512K 638 15W G2
KC.ATF02.200
CPU AMD AthlonX2 TK42 1.6G 1M 638 20W G2
KC.ATK02.420
CPU/Processor
Case/Cover/Bracket Assembly
UPPER CASE ASSY
152
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LOWER CASE
60.N2802.002
TP BRACKET
33.N2802.001
MIDDLE COVER ASSY
60.PEE02.002
HINGE CAP ASSY
42.N2802.001
UP CAP R
42.PEE02.001
UP CAP L
42.PEE02.002
RAM DOOR ASSY
42.N2802.004
HDD DOOR ASSY
42.N2802.005
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HDD
HDD SEAGATE 2.5" 5400rpm 160GB ST9160310AS
Crockett SATA LF F/W:0303
KH.16001.034
HDD TOSHIBA 2.5" 5400rpm 160GB MK1655GSX Libra
SATA LF F/W: FG011J
KH.16004.006
HDD HGST 2.5" 5400rpm 160GB HTS543216L9A300
Falcon-B SATA LF F/W:C40C
KH.16007.019
HDD WD 2.5" 5400rpm 160GB WD1600BEVT-22ZCTO
ML160 SATA LF F/W:11.01A11
KH.16008.022
HDD SEAGATE 2.5" 5400rpm 250GB ST9250315AS
Wyatt SATA LF F/W:0001SDM1
KH.25001.016
HDD TOSHIBA 2.5" 5400rpm 250GB MK2555GSX Libra
SATA LF F/W:FG001J
KH.25004.003
HDD HGST 2.5" 5400rpm 250GB HTS545025B9A300
Panther B SATA LF F/W:C60F
KH.25007.015
HDD WD 2.5" 5400rpm 250GB WD2500BEVT-22ZCT0
ML160 SATA LF F/W:11.01A11
KH.25008.021
HDD SEAGATE 2.5" 5400rpm 320GB ST9320320AS
Crockett SATA LF F/W:0303
KH.32001.008
HDD TOSHIBA 2.5" 5400rpm 320GB MK3255GSX Libra
SATA LF F/W:FG011J
KH.32004.002
HDD HGST 2.5" 5400rpm 320GB HTS545032B9A300
Panther B SATA LF F/W: C60F
KH.32007.007
HDD WD 2.5" 5400rpm 320GB WD3200BEVT-22ZCT0
ML160 SATA LF F/W:11.01A11
KH.32008.013
HDD SEAGATE 2.5" 5400rpm 500GB ST9500325AS
Wyatt SATA LF F/W:0001SDM1
KH.50001.011
HDD WD 2.5" 5400rpm 500GB WD5000BEVT-22ZAT0
ML250 SATA LF F/W:01.01A01
KH.50008.013
HDD HGST 2.5" 5400rpm 500GB HTS545050B9A300
Panther B SATA LF F/W:C60F
KH.50007.009
HDD HGST 2.5" 5400rpm 160GB HTS545016B9A300
Panther B SATA LF F/W:C60F
KH.16007.024
HDD BRACKET ASSY
33.N2802.002
DVD SUPER MULTI DRIVE MODULE
6M.N2802.003
ODD TOSHIBA Super-Multi DRIVE 12.7mm Tray DL 8X
TS-L633B LF W/O bezel SATA
KU.00801.030
ODD PANASONIC Super-Multi DRIVE 12.7mm Tray DL
8X UJ880A LF W/O bezel SATA
KU.00807.064
ODD HLDS Super-Multi DRIVE 12.7mm Tray DL 8X
GT20N LF W/O bezel SATA
KU.0080D.040
ODD SONY Super-Multi DRIVE 12.7mm Tray DL 8X AD7580S LF W/O bezel SATA
KU.0080E.017
ODD PLDS Super-Multi DRIVE 12.7mm Tray DL 8X DS8A3S LF W/O bezel SATA
KU.0080F.004
ODD
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ODD BEZEL-SUPER MULTI
42.N2802.006
ODD BRACKET
33.N2802.003
Keyboard EM-7T HM50/70 Internal 17 Standard 99KS
Black US International
KB.I1700.438
Keyboard EM-7T HM50/70 Internal 17 Standard 99KS
Black Greek
KB.I1700.423
Keyboard EM-7T HM50/70 Internal 17 Standard 99KS
Black Arabic
KB.I1700.414
Keyboard EM-7T HM50/70 Internal 17 Standard 99KS
Black Russian
KB.I1700.430
Keyboard EM-7T HM50/70 Internal 17 Standard 99KS
Black Thailand
KB.I1700.435
Keyboard EM-7T HM50/70 Internal 17 Standard 100KS
Black UK
KB.I1700.437
Keyboard EM-7T HM50/70 Internal 17 Standard 100KS
Black German
KB.I1700.422
Keyboard EM-7T HM50/70 Internal 17 Standard 100KS
Black Swiss/G
KB.I1700.434
Keyboard EM-7T HM50/70 Internal 17 Standard 100KS
Black CZ/SK
KB.I1700.417
Keyboard EM-7T HM50/70 Internal 17 Standard 100KS
Black Belgium
KB.I1700.415
Keyboard EM-7T HM50/70 Internal 17 Standard 100KS
Black Danish
KB.I1700.419
Keyboard EM-7T HM50/70 Internal 17 Standard 100KS
Black Italian
KB.I1700.425
Keyboard EM-7T HM50/70 Internal 17 Standard 100KS
Black French
KB.I1700.421
Keyboard EM-7T HM50/70 Internal 17 Standard 100KS
Black Hungarian
KB.I1700.424
Keyboard EM-7T HM50/70 Internal 17 Standard 100KS
Black Norwegian
KB.I1700.428
Keyboard EM-7T HM50/70 Internal 17 Standard 100KS
Black Portuguese
KB.I1700.429
Keyboard EM-7T HM50/70 Internal 17 Standard 100KS
Black Spanish
KB.I1700.432
Keyboard EM-7T HM50/70 Internal 17 Standard 100KS
Black Turkish
KB.I1700.436
Keyboard EM-7T HM50/70 Internal 17 Standard 100KS
Black Sweden
KB.I1700.433
Keyboard EM-7T HM50/70 Internal 17 Standard 100KS
Black SLO/CRO
KB.I1700.431
Keyboard EM-7T HM50/70 Internal 17 Standard 100KS
Black Nordic
KB.I1700.427
Keyboard
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LCD
156
ASSY LCD MODULE 15.6 IN. WXGA GLARE W/
ANTENNA*2, CCD 0.3M
6M.PEF02.001
LCD AUO 15.6" WXGA Glare B156XW01-V0 LF 220nit
8ms
LK.15605.001
CCFL LCD AUO 15.6"W WXGA Glare B156XW01 V0 1A
LF 220nit 8ms 500:1
LK.15605.002
CCFL LCD SAMSUNG 15.6"W WXGA Glare
LTN156AT01-A01 LF 220nit 8ms 600:1
LK.15606.001
CCFL LCD LPL 15.6" WXGA Glare LP156WH1-TLA1 LF
220nit 8ms 400:1
LK.15608.001
LCD CMO 15.6" WXGA Glare N156B3-L02 LF 220nit
8ms
LK.1560D.001
LCD COVER
60.PEE02.004
ANTENNA-AUX
50.N2802.002
ANTENNA-MAIN
50.N2802.003
LCD BEZEL FOR W/CCD-AS
60.PEF02.001
LCD CABLE FOR W/CCD F
50.N2802.005
LCD BRACKET R&L FOR LCD
33.N2802.004
CAMERA 0.3
57.N2802.001
INVERTER
19.N2802.001
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ASSY LCD MODULE 15.6 IN. WXGA GLARE W/O CCD
6M.PEF02.002
LCD AUO 15.6" WXGA Glare B156XW01-V0 LF 220nit
8ms
LK.15605.001
CCFL LCD AUO 15.6"W WXGA Glare B156XW01 V0 1A
LF 220nit 8ms 500:1
LK.15605.002
CCFL LCD SAMSUNG 15.6"W WXGA Glare
LTN156AT01-A01 LF 220nit 8ms 600:1
LK.15606.001
CCFL LCD LPL 15.6" WXGA Glare LP156WH1-TLA1 LF
220nit 8ms 400:1
LK.15608.001
LCD CMO 15.6" WXGA Glare N156B3-L02 LF 220nit
8ms
LK.1560D.001
LCD COVER
60.PEE02.004
ANTENNA-AUX
50.N2802.002
ANTENNA-MAIN
50.N2802.003
ANTENNA-MAIN+MIMO
50.N2802.004
LCD BEZEL FOR W/CCD-AS
60.PEF02.001
LCD CABLE FOR W/CCD F
50.N3202.001
LCD BRACKET R&L FOR LCD
33.N2802.004
INVERTER
19.N2802.001
ASSY LCD MODULE 15.6 IN. WXGA GLARE W/
ANTENNA*2, W/O CCD
6M.PEE02.001
LCD AUO 15.6" WXGA Glare B156XW01-V0 LF 220nit
8ms
LK.15605.001
CCFL LCD AUO 15.6"W WXGA Glare B156XW01 V0 1A
LF 220nit 8ms 500:1
LK.15605.002
CCFL LCD SAMSUNG 15.6"W WXGA Glare
LTN156AT01-A01 LF 220nit 8ms 600:1
LK.15606.001
CCFL LCD LPL 15.6" WXGA Glare LP156WH1-TLA1 LF
220nit 8ms 400:1
LK.15608.001
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Description
AcerPN
LCD CMO 15.6" WXGA Glare N156B3-L02 LF 220nit
8ms
LK.1560D.001
LCD COVER
60.N2802.004
ANTENNA-AUX
50.N2802.002
ANTENNA-MAIN
50.N2802.003
ANTENNA-MAIN+MIMO
50.N2802.004
LCD BEZEL FOR W/O CCD AS
60.PEE02.003
LED CABLE FOR W/O CCD F
50.N3202.001
LCD BRACKET R&L FOR LCD
33.N2802.004
CAMERA 0.3
57.N2802.001
ASSY LED MODULE 15.6 IN. WXGA GLARE W/
ANTENNA W/O CCD
6M.PEE02.002
LCD AUO 15.6" WXGA Glare B156XW01-V0 LF 220nit
8ms
LK.15605.001
CCFL LCD AUO 15.6"W WXGA Glare B156XW01 V0 1A
LF 220nit 8ms 500:1
LK.15605.002
CCFL LCD SAMSUNG 15.6"W WXGA Glare
LTN156AT01-A01 LF 220nit 8ms 600:1
LK.15606.001
CCFL LCD LPL 15.6" WXGA Glare LP156WH1-TLA1 LF
220nit 8ms 400:1
LK.15608.001
LCD CMO 15.6" WXGA Glare N156B3-L02 LF 220nit
8ms
LK.1560D.001
LCD COVER
60.PEE02.004
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ANTENNA-AUX
50.N2802.002
ANTENNA-MAIN
50.N2802.003
ANTENNA-MAIN+MIMO
50.N2802.004
LCD BEZEL FOR W/O CCD F
60.PEE02.003
LED CABLE FOR W/O CCD F
50.N3202.002
LCD BRACKET R&L FOR LCD
33.N2802.004
Mainboard AS5532 ATI RS780 SB710 8132 W/O 1394
V1.0 LF
MB.PGY02.001
Mainboard
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Memory
Memory NANYA SO-DIMM DDRII 667 1GB
NT1GT64UH8D0FN-3C LF 64*16 0.07um
KN.1GB03.026
Memory MICRON SO-DIMM DDRII 667 1GB
MT8HTF12864HDY-667G1 LF 64*16 0.065um
KN.1GB04.010
Memory ELPIDA SO-DIMM DDRII 667 1GB
EBE11UE6ACUA-6E-E LF 64*16 0.065um
KN.1GB09.008
Memory SAMSUNG SO-DIMM DDRII 667 1GB
M470T2864EH3-CE6 LF 64*16 0.055um
KN.1GB0B.027
Memory HYNIX SO-DIMM DDRII 667 1GB
HYMP112S64CP6-Y5 LF
KN.1GB0G.012
Memory HYNIX SO-DIMM DDRII 667 1GB
HMP112S6EFR6C-Y5 LF 64*16 0.055um
KN.1GB0G.022
Memory NANYA SO-DIMM DDRII 667 2GB
NT2GT64U8HD0BN-3C LF 128*8 0.07um
KN.2GB03.011
Memory MICRON SO-DIMM DDRII 667 2GB
MT16HTF25664HY-667G1 LF 128*8 0.065um
KN.2GB04.010
Memory ELPIDA SO-DIMM DDRII 667 2GB
EBE21UE8ACUA-6E-E LF 128*8 0.07um
KN.2GB09.001
Memory SAMSUNG SO-DIMM DDRII 667 2GB
M470T5663EH3-CE6 LF 128*8 0.055um
KN.2GB0B.011
Memory HYNIX SO-DIMM DDRII 667 2GB
HYMP125S64CP8-Y5 LF
KN.2GB0G.004
Memory HYNIX SO-DIMM DDRII 667 2GB
HMP125S6EFR8C-Y5 LF 128*8 0.055um
KN.2GB0G.012
THERMAL MODULE-AMD
60.N6502.001
FAN
23.N2802.001
SPEAKER R
23.N2802.002
SPEAKER L
23.N2802.003
NAME PLATE-AS5517
40.PGZ02.001
Heatsink
Speaker
Miscellaneous
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Appendix A
Model Definition and Configuration
RO
eME430104G25Mi
EMEA
France
LX.N8802.049
eME430-104G25Mi W7HP64eTFR1
UMACkk 2*2G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_FR21
eME430102G50Mi
AAP
Australia/New
Zealand
LX.N8802.048
eME430-102G50Mi W7HP64eTAU1
UMACkk 1*2G/500_L/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES61
eME430104G50Mi
AAP
Australia/New
Zealand
LX.N8802.047
eME430-104G50Mi W7HP64eTAU1
UMACkk 2*2G/500_L/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES61
eME430102G25Mi
EMEA
Turkey
LX.N8808.002
eME430-102G25Mi EM W7ST32EMeTTR1
UMACkk 1*2G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_TR31
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
France
LX.N8802.046
eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTFR1
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_FR21
eME430103G32Mi
EMEA
France
LX.N8802.006
eME430-103G32Mi W7HP64eTFR1
UMACkk 2G+1G/320/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_FR21
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Middle East
LX.N8802.045
eME430-102G16Mi EM W7HP64EMeTME2
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_AR11
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Middle East
LX.N8802.044
eME430-102G16Mi EM W7HP64EMeTME3
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES81
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Middle East
LX.N8802.043
eME430-102G16Mi EM W7HP64EMeTME4
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES61
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Middle East
LX.N8802.042
eME430-102G16Mi EM W7HP64EMeTME2
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_AR21
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Middle East
LX.N8802.041
eME430-102G16Mi EM W7HP64EMeTME6
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES61
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Middle East
LX.N8802.040
eME430-102G16Mi EM W7HP64EMeTME9
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES81
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Turkey
LX.N8802.039
eME430-102G16Mi EM W7HP64EMeTTR1
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_TR31
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
South Africa
LX.N8802.038
eME430-102G16Mi EM W7HP64EMeTZA2
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES61
Appendix A
Country
eMachines
Part No
Model
Description
162
RO
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Middle East
LX.N8802.037
eME430-102G16Mi EM W7HP64EMeTME2
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES61
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Algeria
LX.N8802.036
eME430-102G16Mi EM W7HP64EMeTDZ1
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES81
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
South Africa
LX.N8802.035
eME430-102G16Mi EM W7HP64EMeTZA1
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES81
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Serbia/
Macedonia
LX.N8802.034
eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTCS1
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_SL12
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Latvia
LX.N8802.033
eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTLV1
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_LT11
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Hungary
LX.N8802.032
eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTHU1
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_HU11
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Latvia
LX.N8802.031
eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTLV1
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_RU22
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Germany
LX.N8802.030
eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTDE1
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_DE11
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Greece
LX.N8802.029
eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTGR1
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_EL31
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Serbia/
Macedonia
LX.N8802.028
eME430-102G16Mi EM W7HP64eTCS1
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_SL11
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Holland
LX.N8802.027
eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTNL1
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_NL11
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Eastern
Europe
LX.N8802.025
eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTEU7
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ENQ1
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Spain
LX.N8802.026
eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTES1
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES51
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Italy
LX.N8802.024
eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTIT1 UMACkk
1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/CB_bg_0.3D_HG_IT11
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Eastern
Europe
LX.N8802.023
eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTEU5
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_PL71
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Luxembourg
LX.N8802.022
eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTLU3
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_IT41
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Poland
LX.N8802.021
eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTPL1
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_PL11
163
Country
eMachines
Part No
Model
Description
Appendix A
RO
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Austria
LX.N8802.020
eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTAT1
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_DE61
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Switzerland
LX.N8802.019
eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTCH1
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_IT41
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Denmark
LX.N8802.018
eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTDK2
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ENS1
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Eastern
Europe
LX.N8802.017
eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTEU5
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_RO11
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Eastern
Europe
LX.N8802.016
eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTEU7
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_SL11
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Israel
LX.N8802.015
eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTIL1 UMACkk
1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/CB_bg_0.3D_HG_HE11
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Portugal
LX.N8802.014
eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTPT1
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_PT11
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Belgium
LX.N8802.013
eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTBE1
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_NL11
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
UK
LX.N8802.012
eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTGB1
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_EN11
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Czech
LX.N8802.011
eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTCZ2
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_SK11
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Cyprus
LX.N8802.010
eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTCY1
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES61
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Eastern
Europe
LX.N8802.009
eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTEU4
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_SV21
eME430104G25Mi
EMEA
Spain
LX.N8802.008
eME430-104G25Mi W7HP64eTES1
UMACkk 2*2G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES51
eME430102G25Mi
EMEA
Spain
LX.N8802.007
eME430-102G25Mi W7HP64eTES1
UMACkk 1*2G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES51
eME430104G32Mi
AAP
Australia/New
Zealand
LX.N8802.005
eME430-104G32Mi W7HP64eTAU1
UMACkk 2*2G/320/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES61
eME430102G32Mi
AAP
Australia/New
Zealand
LX.N8802.004
eME430-102G32Mi W7HP64eTAU1
UMACkk 1*2G/320/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES61
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Russia
LX.N8808.001
eME430-102G16Mi W7ST32RUeTRU1
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_RU11
Appendix A
Country
eMachines
Part No
Model
Description
164
RO
eME430102G25Mi
EMEA
Sweden
LX.N8802.003
eME430-102G25Mi W7HP64eTSE1
UMACkk 1*2G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_FI12
eME430102G25Mi
EMEA
Denmark
LX.N8802.002
eME430-102G25Mi W7HP64eTDK2
UMACkk 1*2G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ENS1
eME430102G25Mi
EMEA
Turkey
LX.N8801.001
eME430-102G25Mi EM W7HB64EMeTTR1
UMACkk 1*2G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_TR31
eME430103G25Mi
EMEA
France
LX.N8802.001
eME430-103G25Mi W7HP64eTFR1
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_FR21
eME430102G25Mi
WW
WW
S2.N880C.001
eME430-102G25Mi LINPUSeWW1 UMACkk
1*2G/250/6L2.2/5R/CB_bg_0.3D_HG_EN12
eME430102G16Mi
EMEA
Russia
LX.N8708.001
eME430-102G16Mi W7ST32RUeTRU1
UMAkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_HG_RU11
eME430103G25Mi
EMEA
UK
LX.N8702.004
eME430-103G25Mi W7HP64eTGB1 UMAkk
2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/CB_bg_HG_EN11
eME430102G64Mi
EMEA
UK
LX.N8702.003
eME430-102G64Mi W7HP64eTGB1 UMAkk
1*2G/640/6L2.2/5R/CB_bg_HG_EN11
eME430101G16Mi
EMEA
UK
LX.N8702.002
eME430-101G16Mi W7HP64eTGB1 UMAkk
1*1G/160/6L2.2/5R/CB_bg_HG_EN11
eME430102G25Mi
EMEA
UK
LX.N8702.001
eME430-102G25Mi W7HP64eTGB1 UMAkk
1*2G/250/6L2.2/5R/CB_bg_HG_EN11
eME430102G16Mi
WW
WW
S2.N870C.001
eME430-102G16Mi LINPUSeWW1 UMAkk
1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/CB_bg_HG_EN12
eME630524G64Mi
AAP
Australia/New
Zealand
LX.N9002.049
eME630-524G64Mi W7HP64eTAU1
UMACkk 2*2G/640/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES61
eME630324G64Mi
AAP
Australia/New
Zealand
LX.N9002.048
eME630-324G64Mi W7HP64eTAU1
UMACkk 2*2G/640/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES61
eME630504G50Mi
AAP
Australia/New
Zealand
LX.N9002.047
eME630-504G50Mi W7HP64eTAU1
UMACkk 2*2G/500_L/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES61
eME630504G64Mi
AAP
Australia/New
Zealand
LX.N9002.046
eME630-504G64Mi W7HP64eTAU1
UMACkk 2*2G/640/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES61
eME630504G32Mi
AAP
Australia/New
Zealand
LX.N9002.045
eME630-504G32Mi W7HP64eTAU1
UMACkk 2*2G/320/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES61
eME630304G64Mi
AAP
Australia/New
Zealand
LX.N9002.044
eME630-304G64Mi W7HP64eTAU1
UMACkk 2*2G/640/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES61
eME630304G50Mi
AAP
Australia/New
Zealand
LX.N9002.043
eME630-304G50Mi W7HP64eTAU1
UMACkk 2*2G/500_L/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES61
eME630304G32Mi
AAP
Australia/New
Zealand
LX.N9002.042
eME630-304G32Mi W7HP64eTAU1
UMACkk 2*2G/320/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES61
165
Country
eMachines
Part No
Model
Description
Appendix A
Model
RO
Country
eMachines
Part No
Description
eME630302G25Mi
PA
ACLA-Spanish
LX.N9002.041
eME630-302G25Mi EM W7HP64EMeTEA1
UMACkk 2*1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES51
eME630302G25Mi
PA
Mexico
LX.N9008.001
eME630-302G25Mi EM W7ST32EMeTMX2
UMACkk 2*1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES51
eME630302G16Mi
EMEA
Russia
LX.N9008.008
eME630-302G16Mi W7ST32RUeTRU1
UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_RU11
eME630302G25Mi
PA
Chile
LX.N9001.006
eME630-302G25Mi EM W7HB64EMeTCL3
UMACkk 2*1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES51
eME630302G25Mi
PA
ACLA-Spanish
LX.N9001.005
eME630-302G25Mi EM W7HB64EMeTEA4
UMACkk 2*1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_EN31
eME630302G25Mi
PA
ACLA-Spanish
LX.N9001.004
eME630-302G25Mi EM W7HB64EMeTEA3
UMACkk 2*1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES51
eME630302G25Mi
PA
ACLA-Spanish
LX.N9001.003
eME630-302G25Mi EM W7HB64EMeTEA1
UMACkk 2*1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES51
eME630302G25Mi
PA
ACLAPortuguese
LX.N9001.002
eME630-302G25Mi EM W7HB64EMeTXC3
UMACkk 2*1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_EN61
eME630302G25Mi
PA
ACLAPortuguese
LX.N9001.001
eME630-302G25Mi EM W7HB64EMeTXC2
UMACkk 2*1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_XC21
eME630302G25Mi
PA
Chile
LX.N9008.007
eME630-302G25Mi EM W7ST32EMeTCL3
UMACkk 2*1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES51
eME630302G25Mi
PA
ACLA-Spanish
LX.N9008.006
eME630-302G25Mi EM W7ST32EMeTEA1
UMACkk 2*1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES51
eME630302G25Mi
PA
ACLA-Spanish
LX.N9008.005
eME630-302G25Mi EM W7ST32EMeTEA4
UMACkk 2*1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_EN31
eME630302G25Mi
PA
ACLA-Spanish
LX.N9008.004
eME630-302G25Mi EM W7ST32EMeTEA3
UMACkk 2*1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES51
eME630302G25Mi
PA
ACLAPortuguese
LX.N9008.003
eME630-302G25Mi EM W7ST32EMeTXC3
UMACkk 2*1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_EN61
eME630302G25Mi
PA
ACLAPortuguese
LX.N9008.002
eME630-302G25Mi EM W7ST32EMeTXC2
UMACkk 2*1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_XC21
eME630303G32Mi
EMEA
Latvia
LX.N900C.002
eME630-303G32Mi LINPUSeLV1 UMACkk
2G+1G/320/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_EN71
eME630303G32Mi
EMEA
Eastern
Europe
LX.N900C.001
eME630-303G32Mi LINPUSeEU5 UMACkk
2G+1G/320/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ENF1
Appendix A
166
Model
RO
Country
eMachines
Part No
Description
eME630304G50Mi
WW
WW
S2.N900C.003
eME630-304G50Mi LINPUSeWW1 UMACkk
2*2G/500_L/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_EN12
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Middle East
LX.N9002.040
eME630-303G25Mi EM W7HP64EMeTME4
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES61
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Middle East
LX.N9002.039
eME630-303G25Mi EM W7HP64EMeTME2
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_AR11
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Middle East
LX.N9002.038
eME630-303G25Mi EM W7HP64EMeTME3
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES81
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Middle East
LX.N9002.037
eME630-303G25Mi EM W7HP64EMeTME2
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_AR21
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Middle East
LX.N9002.036
eME630-303G25Mi EM W7HP64EMeTME6
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES61
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Middle East
LX.N9002.035
eME630-303G25Mi EM W7HP64EMeTME9
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES81
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Turkey
LX.N9002.034
eME630-303G25Mi EM W7HP64EMeTTR1
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_TR31
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
South Africa
LX.N9002.033
eME630-303G25Mi EM W7HP64EMeTZA2
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES61
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Middle East
LX.N9002.032
eME630-303G25Mi EM W7HP64EMeTME2
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES61
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Russia
LX.N9002.031
eME630-303G25Mi W7HP64RUeTRU1
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_RU11
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Ukraine
LX.N9002.030
eME630-303G25Mi W7HP64RUeTUK1
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_RU61
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Algeria
LX.N9002.029
eME630-303G25Mi EM W7HP64EMeTDZ1
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES81
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
South Africa
LX.N9002.028
eME630-303G25Mi EM W7HP64EMeTZA1
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES81
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Hungary
LX.N9002.027
eME630-303G25Mi W7HP64eTHU1
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_HU11
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Serbia/
Macedonia
LX.N9002.026
eME630-303G25Mi W7HP64eTCS1
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_SL12
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Germany
LX.N9002.025
eME630-303G25Mi W7HP64eTDE1
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_DE11
167
Appendix A
RO
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Greece
LX.N9002.024
eME630-303G25Mi W7HP64eTGR1
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_EL31
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Latvia
LX.N9002.023
eME630-303G25Mi W7HP64eTLV1
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_RU22
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Serbia/
Macedonia
LX.N9002.022
eME630-303G25Mi EM W7HP64eTCS1
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_SL11
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Eastern
Europe
LX.N9002.021
eME630-303G25Mi W7HP64eTEU7
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ENQ1
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Holland
LX.N9002.020
eME630-303G25Mi W7HP64eTNL1
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_NL11
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Spain
LX.N9002.019
eME630-303G25Mi W7HP64eTES1
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES51
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Eastern
Europe
LX.N9002.018
eME630-303G25Mi W7HP64eTEU5
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_PL71
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Luxembourg
LX.N9002.017
eME630-303G25Mi W7HP64eTLU3
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_IT41
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Poland
LX.N9002.016
eME630-303G25Mi W7HP64eTPL1
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_PL11
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Italy
LX.N9002.015
eME630-303G25Mi W7HP64eTIT1 UMACkk
2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_IT11
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
France
LX.N9002.014
eME630-303G25Mi W7HP64eTFR1
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_FR21
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Eastern
Europe
LX.N9002.013
eME630-303G25Mi W7HP64eTEU5
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_RO11
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Austria
LX.N9002.012
eME630-303G25Mi W7HP64eTAT1
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_DE61
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Switzerland
LX.N9002.011
eME630-303G25Mi W7HP64eTCH1
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_IT41
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Eastern
Europe
LX.N9002.010
eME630-303G25Mi W7HP64eTEU7
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_SL11
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Denmark
LX.N9002.009
eME630-303G25Mi W7HP64eTDK2
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ENS1
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Israel
LX.N9002.008
eME630-303G25Mi W7HP64eTIL1 UMACkk
2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_HE11
Appendix A
Country
eMachines
Part No
Model
Description
168
Country
eMachines
Part No
Model
RO
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Portugal
LX.N9002.007
eME630-303G25Mi W7HP64eTPT1
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_PT11
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Belgium
LX.N9002.006
eME630-303G25Mi W7HP64eTBE1
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_NL11
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Eastern
Europe
LX.N9002.005
eME630-303G25Mi W7HP64eTEU4
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_SV21
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Czech
LX.N9002.004
eME630-303G25Mi W7HP64eTCZ2
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_SK11
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Cyprus
LX.N9002.003
eME630-303G25Mi W7HP64eTCY1
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES61
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
UK
LX.N9002.002
eME630-303G25Mi W7HP64eTGB1
UMACkk 2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_EN11
eME630304G50Mi
WW
WW
S2.N9002.002
eME630-304G50Mi W7HP64eWW1
UMACkk 2*2G/500_L/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES61
eME630304G50Mi
WW
GCTWN
S2.N9002.001
eME630-304G50Mi W7HP64eWW1
UMACkk 2*2G/500_L/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES62
eME630304G50Mi
WW
GCTWN
S2.N900C.002
eME630-304G50Mi LINPUSeWW1 UMACkk
2*2G/500_L/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ENX2
eME630303G50Mi
EMEA
UK
LX.N9002.001
eME630-303G50Mi W7HP64eTGB1
UMACkk 2G+1G/500_L/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_0.3D_HG_EN11
eME630302G25Mi
WW
WW
S2.N900C.001
eME630-302G25Mi LINPUSeWW1 UMACkk
1*2G/250/6L2.2/5R/CB_bg_0.3D_HG_EN12
eME630302G25Mi
EMEA
Russia
LX.N8908.001
eME630-302G25Mi W7ST32RUeTRU1
UMAkk 1*2G/250/6L2.2/5R/
CB_bg_HG_RU11
eME630303G50Mi
EMEA
UK
LX.N8902.002
eME630-303G50Mi W7HP64eTGB1 UMAkk
2G+1G/500_L/6L2.2/5R/CB_bg_HG_EN11
eME630303G25Mi
EMEA
Germany
LX.N8902.001
eME630-303G25Mi W7HP64eTDE1 UMAkk
2G+1G/250/6L2.2/5R/CB_bg_HG_DE11
eME630302G25Mi
WW
WW
S2.N890C.001
eME630-302G25Mi LINPUSeWW1 UMAkk
1*2G/250/6L2.2/5R/CB_bg_HG_EN12
BOM Name
169
CPU
Description
Memory 1
Memory 2
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
SO2GBII6
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
SO2GBII6
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
Appendix A
BOM Name
Appendix A
CPU
Memory 1
Memory 2
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
SO2GBII6
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
SO2GBII6
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
170
BOM Name
171
CPU
Memory 1
Memory 2
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME430_UMACkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII8
N
eME430_UMAkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMAkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME430_UMAkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMAkk
SMPM100
SO1GBII6
N
eME430_UMAkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME430_UMAkk
SMPM100
SO2GBII6
N
eME630_UMACkk
ATM520
SO2GBII6
SO2GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM320
SO2GBII6
SO2GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
ATM500
SO2GBII6
SO2GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
ATM500
SO2GBII6
SO2GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
ATM500
SO2GBII6
SO2GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO2GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO2GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO2GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO1GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO1GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
N
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO1GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO1GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO1GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO1GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO1GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO1GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO1GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO1GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO1GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO1GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO1GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO1GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO2GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
Appendix A
BOM Name
Appendix A
CPU
Memory 1
Memory 2
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO2GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO2GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO2GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMACkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
N
eME630_UMAkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
N
eME630_UMAkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMAkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
SO1GBII6
eME630_UMAkk
AAM300
SO2GBII6
N
172
HDD 1(GB)
173
Country Code
Country Kit
N250GB5.4KS
ACF
FR1FR21
N500GB5.4KS
ACA
AU1ES61
N500GB5.4KS
ACA
AU1ES61
N250GB5.4KS
ATR
TR1TR31
N160GB5.4KS
ACF
FR1FR21
N320GB5.4KS
ACF
FR1FR21
N160GB5.4KS
AME
ME2AR11
N160GB5.4KS
AME
ME3ES81
N160GB5.4KS
AME
ME4ES61
N160GB5.4KS
AME
ME2AR21
N160GB5.4KS
AME
ME6ES61
N160GB5.4KS
AME
ME9ES81
N160GB5.4KS
ATR
TR1TR31
N160GB5.4KS
AAF
ZA2ES61
N160GB5.4KS
AME
ME2ES61
N160GB5.4KS
AME
DZ1ES81
N160GB5.4KS
AAF
ZA1ES81
N160GB5.4KS
AEE
CS1SL12
N160GB5.4KS
AEE
LV1LT11
N160GB5.4KS
AHU
HU1HU11
N160GB5.4KS
AEE
LV1RU22
N160GB5.4KS
ACG
DE1DE11
N160GB5.4KS
AIT
GR1EL31
N160GB5.4KS
AEE
CS1SL11
N160GB5.4KS
ACH
NL1NL11
N160GB5.4KS
AEE
EU7ENQ1
N160GB5.4KS
AIB
ES1ES51
N160GB5.4KS
AIT
IT1IT11
N160GB5.4KS
AEE
EU5PL71
N160GB5.4KS
ACH
LU3IT41
N160GB5.4KS
APL
PL1PL11
N160GB5.4KS
ACV
AT1DE61
N160GB5.4KS
ASZ
CH1IT41
N160GB5.4KS
ACD
DK2ENS1
N160GB5.4KS
AEE
EU5RO11
N160GB5.4KS
AEE
EU7SL11
N160GB5.4KS
AIT
IL1HE11
N160GB5.4KS
AIB
PT1PT11
N160GB5.4KS
ACH
BE1NL11
N160GB5.4KS
AUK
GB1EN11
N160GB5.4KS
ACZ
CZ2SK11
N160GB5.4KS
AIT
CY1ES61
Appendix A
HDD 1(GB)
Appendix A
Country Code
Country Kit
N160GB5.4KS
AEE
EU4SV21
N250GB5.4KS
AIB
ES1ES51
N250GB5.4KS
AIB
ES1ES51
N320GB5.4KS
ACA
AU1ES61
N320GB5.4KS
ACA
AU1ES61
N160GB5.4KS
ACR
RU1RU11
N250GB5.4KS
ACW
SE1FI12
N250GB5.4KS
ACD
DK2ENS1
N250GB5.4KS
ATR
TR1TR31
N250GB5.4KS
ACF
FR1FR21
N250GB5.4KS
WW
WW1EN12
N160GB5.4KS
ACR
RU1RU11
N250GB5.4KS
AUK
GB1EN11
N640GB5.4KS
AUK
GB1EN11
N160GB5.4KS
AUK
GB1EN11
N250GB5.4KS
AUK
GB1EN11
N160GB5.4KS
WW
WW1EN12
N640GB5.4KS
ACA
AU1ES61
N640GB5.4KS
ACA
AU1ES61
N500GB5.4KS
ACA
AU1ES61
N640GB5.4KS
ACA
AU1ES61
N320GB5.4KS
ACA
AU1ES61
N640GB5.4KS
ACA
AU1ES61
N500GB5.4KS
ACA
AU1ES61
N320GB5.4KS
ACA
AU1ES61
N250GB5.4KS
ALA
EA1ES51
N250GB5.4KS
ALA
MX2ES51
N160GB5.4KS
ACR
RU1RU11
N250GB5.4KS
ALA
CL3ES51
N250GB5.4KS
ALA
EA4EN31
N250GB5.4KS
ALA
EA3ES51
N250GB5.4KS
ALA
EA1ES51
N250GB5.4KS
ALA
XC3EN61
N250GB5.4KS
ALA
XC2XC21
N250GB5.4KS
ALA
CL3ES51
N250GB5.4KS
ALA
EA1ES51
N250GB5.4KS
ALA
EA4EN31
N250GB5.4KS
ALA
EA3ES51
N250GB5.4KS
ALA
XC3EN61
N250GB5.4KS
ALA
XC2XC21
N320GB5.4KS
AEE
LV1EN71
N320GB5.4KS
AEE
EU5ENF1
N500GB5.4KS
WW
WW1EN12
174
HDD 1(GB)
175
Country Code
Country Kit
N250GB5.4KS
AME
ME4ES61
N250GB5.4KS
AME
ME2AR11
N250GB5.4KS
AME
ME3ES81
N250GB5.4KS
AME
ME2AR21
N250GB5.4KS
AME
ME6ES61
N250GB5.4KS
AME
ME9ES81
N250GB5.4KS
ATR
TR1TR31
N250GB5.4KS
AAF
ZA2ES61
N250GB5.4KS
AME
ME2ES61
N250GB5.4KS
ACR
RU1RU11
N250GB5.4KS
AUA
UK1RU61
N250GB5.4KS
AME
DZ1ES81
N250GB5.4KS
AAF
ZA1ES81
N250GB5.4KS
AHU
HU1HU11
N250GB5.4KS
AEE
CS1SL12
N250GB5.4KS
ACG
DE1DE11
N250GB5.4KS
AIT
GR1EL31
N250GB5.4KS
AEE
LV1RU22
N250GB5.4KS
AEE
CS1SL11
N250GB5.4KS
AEE
EU7ENQ1
N250GB5.4KS
ACH
NL1NL11
N250GB5.4KS
AIB
ES1ES51
N250GB5.4KS
AEE
EU5PL71
N250GB5.4KS
ACH
LU3IT41
N250GB5.4KS
APL
PL1PL11
N250GB5.4KS
AIT
IT1IT11
N250GB5.4KS
ACF
FR1FR21
N250GB5.4KS
AEE
EU5RO11
N250GB5.4KS
ACV
AT1DE61
N250GB5.4KS
ASZ
CH1IT41
N250GB5.4KS
AEE
EU7SL11
N250GB5.4KS
ACD
DK2ENS1
N250GB5.4KS
AIT
IL1HE11
N250GB5.4KS
AIB
PT1PT11
N250GB5.4KS
ACH
BE1NL11
N250GB5.4KS
AEE
EU4SV21
N250GB5.4KS
ACZ
CZ2SK11
N250GB5.4KS
AIT
CY1ES61
N250GB5.4KS
AUK
GB1EN11
N500GB5.4KS
WW
WW1ES61
N500GB5.4KS
GCTWN
WW1ES62
N500GB5.4KS
GCTWN
WW1ENX2
N500GB5.4KS
AUK
GB1EN11
Appendix A
HDD 1(GB)
Appendix A
Country Code
Country Kit
N250GB5.4KS
WW
WW1EN12
N250GB5.4KS
ACR
RU1RU11
N500GB5.4KS
AUK
GB1EN11
N250GB5.4KS
ACG
DE1DE11
N250GB5.4KS
WW
WW1EN12
176
Appendix B
Test Compatible Components
This computer’s compatibility is tested and verified by eMachines’s internal testing department. All of its
system functions are tested under Windows® XP Home, Windows® XP Pro environment & Windows 7 (TBD
*Confirm).
Refer to the following lists for components, adapter cards, and peripherals which have passed these tests.
Regarding configuration, combination and test procedures, please refer to the E630/E430 Compatibility Test
Report released by the eMachines Mobile System Testing Department.
Appendix B
177
Microsoft® Windows® 7 Environment Test
KC
BRAND
Type
Description
A cover
Quanta
Wistron
Normal wi IMR
Normal wi IMR
DELTA
65W
Adapter DELTA 65W 19V 1.7x5.5x11 Yellow ADP65JH DB A, LV5 LED LF
HIPRO
65W
Adapter HIPRO 65W 19V 1.7x5.5x11 Yellow HPA0652R3B 1LF, LV5 LED LF
LITE-ON
65W
Adapter LITE-ON 65W 19V 1.7x5.5x11 Yellow PA1650-22AC LV5 LED LF
Realtek
ALC272X
Realtek Audio Codec ALC272X
Mirror
Mirror
Mirror w/Camera
Mirror w/Camera
PANASONI
C
6CELL2.2
Battery PANASONIC AS-2009A Li-Ion 3S2P
PANASONIC 6 cell 4400mAh Main COMMON
2.2Ah(CG )
SAMSUNG
6CELL2.2
Battery SAMSUNG AS-2009A Li-Ion 3S2P
SAMSUNG 6 cell 4400mAh Main COMMON
2.2Ah(F)
SANYO
6CELL2.2
Battery SANYO AS-2009A Li-Ion 3S2P SANYO 6 cell
4400mAh Main COMMON 2.2Ah(A)
SIMPLO
6CELL2.2
Battery SIMPLO AS-2009A Li-Ion 3S2P LGC 6 cell
4400mAh Main COMMON LGC 2.2Ah(S3 )
SIMPLO
6CELL2.2
Battery SIMPLO AS-2009A Li-Ion 3S2P PANASONIC
6 cell 4400mAh Main COMMON Panasonic 2.2Ah (
CG )
SIMPLO
6CELL2.2
Battery SIMPLO AS-2009A Li-Ion 3S2P SAMSUNG 6
cell 4400mAh Main COMMON SDI 2.2Ah(F)
SONY
6CELL2.2
Battery SONY AS-2009A Li-Ion 3S2P SONY 6 cell
4400mAh Main COMMON 2.2Ah(G6F)
Chicony
0.3M DV
Chicony 0.3M DV Calla_2
Chicony
0.3M DV
Chicony 0.3M DV Calla_2G
Chicony
0.3M DV
Chicony 0.3M DV Calla_2GA ( CNF8046 )
Suyin
0.3M DV
Suyin 0.3M DV Camellia_2
Suyin
0.3M DV
Suyin 0.3M DV Camellia_2G
5 in 1-Build in
5 in 1-Build in MS, MS Pro, SD, SC, XD
AMD
AAM300
CPU AMD AthlonII M300 2.0G 1M 35W Caspian
AMD
AAM320
CPU AMD AthlonII M320 2.1G 1M 35W Caspian
Adapter
Audio Codec
B cover
Battery
Camera
Card Reader
CPU
178
Appendix B
KC
BRAND
Type
Description
AMD
SMPM100
CPU AMD SempronM M100 2.0G 512K 25W
Caspian
AMD
ATM500
CPU AMD TurionII M500 2.2G 1M 35W
AMD
ATM520
CPU AMD TurionII M520 2.3G 1M 35W
HGST
N160GB5.4KS
HDD HGST 2.5" 5400rpm 160GB
HTS545016B9A300 Panther B SATA LF F/W:C60F
Disk imbalance criteria = 0.014g-cm
HGST
N250GB5.4KS
HDD HGST 2.5" 5400rpm 250GB
HTS545025B9A300 Panther B SATA LF F/W:C60F
Disk imbalance criteria = 0.014g-cm
HGST
N320GB5.4KS
HDD HGST 2.5" 5400rpm 320GB
HTS543232L9A300 Falcon B SATA LF F/W:C40C
Disk imbalance criteria = 0.014g-cm
HGST
N320GB5.4KS
HDD HGST 2.5" 5400rpm 320GB
HTS545032B9A300 Panther B SATA LF F/W:C60F
Disk imbalance criteria = 0.014g-cm
HGST
N500GB5.4KS
HDD HGST 2.5" 5400rpm 500GB
HTS545050B9A300 Panther B SATA LF F/W:C60F
Disk imbalance criteria = 0.014g-cm
SEAGATE
N160GB5.4KS
HDD SEAGATE 2.5" 5400rpm 160GB ST9160314AS
Wyatt SATA LF F/W:0001SDM1
SEAGATE
N250GB5.4KS
HDD SEAGATE 2.5" 5400rpm 250GB ST9250315AS
Wyatt SATA LF F/W:0001SDM1
SEAGATE
N320GB5.4KS
HDD SEAGATE 2.5" 5400rpm 320GB ST9320325AS
Wyatt SATA LF F/W:0001SDM1
SEAGATE
N500GB5.4KS
HDD SEAGATE 2.5" 5400rpm 500GB ST9500325AS
Wyatt SATA LF F/W:0001SDM1
TOSHIBA
N160GB5.4KS
HDD TOSHIBA 2.5" 5400rpm 160GB MK1665GSX,
Capricorn BS, 320G/P SATA 8MB LF F/W:GJ001J
TOSHIBA
N250GB5.4KS
HDD TOSHIBA 2.5" 5400rpm 250GB MK2565GSX,
Capricorn BS, 320G/P SATA 8MB LF F/W:GJ001J
TOSHIBA
N320GB5.4KS
HDD TOSHIBA 2.5" 5400rpm 320GB Capricorn BS
,MK3265GSX SATA 8MB LF F/W:GJ001J
TOSHIBA
N500GB5.4KS
HDD TOSHIBA 2.5" 5400rpm 500GB
MK5065GSX,Capricorn BS, 320G/P SATA 8MB LF F/
W:GJ001J
TOSHIBA
N640GB5.4KS
HDD TOSHIBA 2.5" 5400rpm 640GB
MK6465GSX,Capricorn BS,320G/P SATA 8MB LF F/
W:GJ001J
WD
N160GB5.4KS
HDD WD 2.5" 5400rpm 160GB WD1600BEVT22A23T0 , WD, ML320S SATA 8MB LF F/
W:01.01A01
WD
N250GB5.4KS
HDD WD 2.5" 5400rpm 250GB WD2500BEVT22A23T0, WD, ML320S SATA 8MB LF F/
W:01.01A01.
WD
N320GB5.4KS
HDD WD 2.5" 5400rpm 320GB WD3200BEVT22A23T0,ML320S,WD SATA 8MB LF F/W:01.01A01
WD
N500GB5.4KS
HDD WD 2.5" 5400rpm 500GB WD5000BEVT22A0RT0, ML320M,WD SATA 8MB LF F/
W:01.01A01
HDD
Appendix B
179
KC
BRAND
Type
Description
WD
N640GB5.4KS
HDD WD 2.5" 5400rpm 640GB WD6400BEVT22A0RT0, ML320 SATA 8MB LF F/W:01.01A01
eMACHINE
S
EM-7T
Keyboard eMACHINES EM-7T HM50/70 Internal 17
Standard Black
Atheros
AR8132L
Atheros AR8132L
AUO
N15.6WXGAG
CCFL LCD AUO 15.6"W WXGA Glare B156XW01 V0
1A LF 220nit 8ms 500:1
AUO
N15.6WXGAG
CCFL LCD AUO 15.6"W WXGA Glare B156XW01V2 LF 220nit 8ms 500:1
AUO
N15.6WXGAG
LCD AUO 15.6" WXGA Glare B156XW01-V0 LF
220nit 8ms
CMO
N15.6WXGAG
LCD CMO 15.6" WXGA Glare N156B3-L02 LF 220nit
8ms
LPL
N15.6WXGAG
CCFL LCD LPL 15.6" WXGA Glare LP156WH1-TLA1
LF 220nit 8ms 400:1
LPL
N15.6WXGAG
CCFL LCD LPL 15.6"W WXGA Glare LP156WH1TLA3 LF 220nit 8ms 400:1
SAMSUNG
N15.6WXGAG
CCFL LCD SAMSUNG 15.6"W WXGA Glare
LTN156AT01-A01 LF 220nit 8ms 600:1
ELPIDA
SO2GBII6
Memory ELPIDA SO-DIMM DDRII 667 2GB
EBE21UE8ACUA-6E-E LF 128*8 0.07um
ELPIDA
SO2GBII6
Memory ELPIDA SO-DIMM DDRII 667 2GB
EBE21UE8AESA-6E-F LF 128*8 0.065um
HYNIX
SO1GBII6
Memory HYNIX SO-DIMM DDRII 667 1GB
HMP112S6EFR6C-Y5 LF 64*16 0.055um
HYNIX
SO1GBII6
Memory HYNIX SO-DIMM DDRII 667 1GB
HYMP112S64CP6-Y5 LF
HYNIX
SO2GBII6
Memory HYNIX SO-DIMM DDRII 667 2GB
HMP125S6EFR8C-Y5 LF 128*8 0.055um
HYNIX
SO2GBII6
Memory HYNIX SO-DIMM DDRII 667 2GB
HYMP125S64CP8-Y5 LF
MICRON
SO1GBII6
Memory MICRON SO-DIMM DDRII 667 1GB
MT8HTF12864HDY-667G1 LF 64*16 0.065um
MICRON
SO2GBII6
Memory MICRON SO-DIMM DDRII 667 2GB
MT16HTF25664HY-667G1 LF 128*8 0.065um
NANYA
SO1GBII6
Memory NANYA SO-DIMM DDRII 667 1GB
NT1GT64UH8D0FN-3C LF 64*16 0.07um
NANYA
SO2GBII6
Memory NANYA SO-DIMM DDRII 667 2GB
NT2GT64U8HD0BN-3C LF 128*8 0.07um
SAMSUNG
SO1GBII6
Memory SAMSUNG SO-DIMM DDRII 667 1GB
M470T2864EH3-CE6 LF 64*16 0.055um
SAMSUNG
SO2GBII6
Memory SAMSUNG SO-DIMM DDRII 667 2GB
M470T5663EH3-CE6 LF 128*8 0.055um
Keyboard
LAN
LCD
MEM
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Appendix B
KC
BRAND
Type
Description
Modem
External USB
Lite+LSI modem
External USB Lite+LSI modem
AMD
AMDRS880M
AMD RS880M w/ HDCP EEPROM
HLDS
NSM8XS
ODD HLDS Super-Multi DRIVE 12.7mm Tray DL 8X
GT30N LF W/O bezel SATA (HF + Windows 7)
PLDS
NSM8XS
ODD PLDS Super-Multi DRIVE 12.7mm Tray DL 8X
DS-8A4SH LF W/O bezel SATA (HF + Windows 7)
SONY
NSM8XS
ODD SONY Super-Multi DRIVE 12.7mm Tray DL 8X
AD-7585H LF W/O bezel SATA (HF + Windows 7)
TOSHIBA
NSM8XS
ODD TOSHIBA Super-Multi DRIVE 12.7mm Tray DL
8X TS-L633C LF W/O bezel SATA (HF + Windows 7)
AMD
AMDSB710
AMD SB710
NIS
Antivirus application NIS
None
UMA
UMA (AMD)
WNC
PIFA
PIFA
Foxconn
3rd WiFi BG
Foxconn FOX_ATH_XB63 Foxconn Atheros XB63
minicard b/g
Foxconn
3rd WiFi BG
Foxconn Wireless LAN Broadcom 4312 minicard b/g
Foxconn
3rd WiFi BG
Foxconn Wireless LAN Broadcom 4312H BG (HM)
Foxconn
3rd WiFi BG
Foxconn Wirelss LAN Atheros HB95 1x1 BG (HM)
Liteon
3rd WiFi BG
Liteon Wireless LAN Reltek RTL8191SE
(WN6605LH) (1x1)
NB Chipset
ODD
SB Chipset
Software
VGA Chip
WiFi Antenna
Appendix B
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Appendix C
Online Support Information
This section describes online technical support services available to help you repair your eMachines Systems.
If you are a distributor, dealer, ASP or TPM, please refer your technical queries to your local eMachines branch
office. eMachines Branch Offices and Regional Business Units may access our website. However some
information sources will require a user i.d. and password. These can be obtained directly from eMachines CSD
Taiwan.
eMachines's Website offers you convenient and valuable support resources whenever you need them.
In the Technical Information section you can download information on all of eMachines's Notebook, Desktop
and Server models including:
•
Service guides for all models
•
User's manuals
•
Bios updates
•
Software utilities
•
Spare parts lists
•
TABs (Technical Announcement Bulletin)
For these purposes, we have included an Acrobat File to facilitate the problem-free downloading of our
technical material.
Also contained on this website are:
•
Detailed information on eMachines's International Traveler's Warranty (ITW)
•
Returned material authorization procedures
•
An overview of all the support services we offer, accompanied by a list of telephone, fax and email
contacts for all your technical queries.
We are always looking for ways to optimize and improve our services, so if you have any suggestions or
comments, please do not hesitate to communicate these to us.
Appendix C
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184
Appendix C
Removing 47
Replacing 114
A
AFLASH Utility
31
display
Antennas
hotkeys
Removing 84
Replacing 87
14
E
EasyTouch Failure
B
Euro
Battery
Flowchart
Battery Pack
Removing
42
Features 1
ROM type 17
vendor 17
Version 17
Flash Utility
Removing
147
H
Hard Disk Drive
Removing 50
Replacing 112
HDTV Switch Failure
141
131
Hibernation mode
14
Hot Keys 12
brightness
hotkeys
82
FRU (Field Replaceable Unit) List
Board Layout
Top View
31
FPC Cable
23–31
Boot 29
Exit 30
Navigating 23
Onboard Device Configuration 27
Save and Exit 30
Security 26
System Security 30
41
F
BIOS
BIOS Utility
15
External Module Disassembly
117
Replacing
130
hotkey
14
C
I
Camera Module
Indicators 10
Removing 79
Replacing 92
Intermittent Problems 132
Internal Speaker Failure
caps lock
6, 10
Common Problems 120
on indicator
J
Jumper and Connector Locations
computer
on indicator
6, 10
Keyboard
Removing 76
Replacing 95
Removing 54
Replacing 111
CPU Fan
Removing 74
Replacing 96
141
K
CPU
D
124
Keyboard Failure 123
L
LCD Bezel
DIMM Modules
Removing 78
Replacing 93
185
LCD Brackets
Optical Disk Drive
Removing 82
Replacing 90
Replacing
LCD Cable
Removing
90
LCD Failure 123
Replacing
Panel
Removing 55
Replacing 106
5
8
PC Card 10
Bottom
LCD Module Disassembly
Power Board
77
LCD Module Reassembly Procedure
Removing 63
Replacing 102
87
LCD Panel
Power On Failure
Removing 80
Replacing 90
Removing
120
R
Left Speaker Module
Right Speaker Module
64
Removing 66
Replacing 100
Lower Covers
Removing 44
Replacing 115
RTC Battery
Removing
M
71
S
Main Unit Disassembly
Flowchart
SD Dummy Card
52
Removing 43
Replacing 116
Mainboard
Removing 70
Replacing 97
Speakers
Removing
media access
on indicator
64, 66
speakers
6, 10
hotkey
Memory
14
Switch Cover
Removing 47
Replacing 114
Removing 53
Replacing 112
120
Model Definition 162
Memory Check
T
Test Compatible Components
N
Thermal Module
No Display Issue
121
Removing 72
Replacing 96
Notebook Manager
hotkey
Thermal Unit Failure
14
130
TouchPad
num lock
on indicator
hotkey 14
Removing
6, 10
O
68
TouchPad Bracket
ODD Failure
127
Online Support Information
186
45
P
LCD Module
Flowchart
115
Optical Drive Module
183
Removing 68
Replacing 98
TouchPad Failure
124
177
Troubleshooting
Built-in KB Failure 123
EasyTouch Buttons 130
HDTV Switch 131
Internal Speakers 124
LCD Failure 123
No Display 121
ODD 127
Other Failures 131
Power On 120
Thermal Unit 130
TouchPad 124
WLAN 130
U
Undetermined Problems
132
Upper Cover
Removing 59
Replacing 102
utility
BIOS
23–31
W
Windows 2000 Environment Test 178
Wireless Function Failure
130
WLAN Module
Removing 48
Replacing 114
187
188