MilDef Crete RK10 User`s guide

NOTEBOOK COMPUTER
RK10
User’s Guide
Notice
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Revision History:
Revision
D ate
Changes
1.0.4
2015/01/22 Update weight info.
1.0.3
2014/07/30 Add radiation exposure statement
Update dimensions
Add max. baud rate of COM port
1.0.2
2014/03/21 Update BIOS setting for selecting
Panel Type
Update Intel ME Driver Directory
Add WWAN setup for Win 8
1.0.1
2013/12/30 Add USB3.0 non-native info.
1.0.0
2013/11/01 Initial release
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Author
Pablo Tseng
Pablo Tseng
Pablo Tseng
Pablo Tseng
Pablo Tseng
FCC (Federal Communications Commission) Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class
B digital device pursuant part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed
to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation.
This equipment generates, uses, and radiates radio frequency energy. If not
being installed and used in accordance with the instructions, it may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee
that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try
to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
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Re-orient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
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This device may not cause harmful interference.
This device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
FCC Caution:
To assure continued compliance, any changes or modifications not
expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void
the user's authority to operate this equipment. (Example - use only
shielded interface cables when connecting to computer or peripheral
devices).
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Radiation Exposure Statement
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an
uncontrolled environment. This equipment should be installed and operated
with minimum distance 20cm between the radiator & your body.
Regulatory Information/ Disclaimers
Installation and use of this computer must be in strict accordance with the
instructions included in the user documentation provided with the product. Any
changes or modifications (including the antennas) made to this device that are
not expressly approved by the manufacturer may void the user’s authority to
operate the equipment.
The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or television interference
caused by unauthorized modification of this device, or the substitution of the
connecting cables and equipment other than manufacturer specified. It is the
responsibility of the user to correct any interference caused by such
unauthorized modification, substitution or attachment. Manufacturer and its
authorized resellers or distributors will assume no liability for any damage or
violation of government regulations arising from failing to comply with these
guidelines.
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CE
Products with the CE Marking comply with both the EMC Directive
(2004/108/EC) and the Low Voltage Directive (2006/95/EC) issued by the
Commission of the European Community.
Compliance with these directives implies conformity to the following European
Norms:
EN55022
CISPR 22 Radio Frequency Interference
EN55024
EN61000-4-2,
EN61000-4-3,
EN61000-4-4,
EN61000-4-5,
EN61000-4-6,
EN61000-4-8,
EN61000-4-11,
EN61000-3-2,
EN61000-3-3, Generic Immunity Standard
LVD
EN 60950-1: 2006+ A11: 2009+ A1: 2010+ A12: 2011
IEC 60950-1: 2005+AM1:2009
R&TTE (CE) Manual Regulatory Requirement
WLAN - IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n
802.11a/b/g/n Restrictions:
European standards dictate maximum radiated transmit power of 100mW
EIRP and frequency range 2.400-2.4835 GHz.
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CE Declaration of Conformity
It is confirmed to comply with the requirements set out in the Council Directive
on the approximation of the laws of the member states relating to
Electromagnetic Compatibility (2004/108/EC), Low-voltage Directive
(2006/95/EC), the Amendment Directive (93/68/EEC), and the procedures
given in European Council Directive (99/5/EC and 2004/108/EC ).
The equipment was passed, and the equipment test was performed according
to the following European standards:
EN 300 328 V1.7.1 (2006)
EN 301 893 V1.6.1 (2011)
EN 301 489-1 V1.9.2 (2011)
EN 301 489–3 V1.4.1 (2002)
EN 301 489-17 V2.2.1 (2012)
EN62311 2008
EN300440-1 V1.6.1 2010
EN300440-2 V1.4.1 2010
UL, TÜ V
AC Adapter (TÜ V includes LVD EN60950)
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Power Conservation
This computer consumes much less power than conventional computers.
However, power consumption may be reduced by configuring the Power
Management Setup properly.
It is recommended the power saving functions to be enabled even when not
running on battery power.
Power Management will not degrade performance while saving power.
Power Safety
There are specific power requirements for this computer:
 Only use an approved power adapter for this computer.
 There is a 3-prong grounded plug of the power adapter. The third prong is
an important for safety. Do not neglect the importance for it. If you are not
able to access a compatible outlet, installing one by a qualified electrician
is necessary.
 When unplugging the power cord, please be sure to disconnect it from the
plug head but from its wire.
 Make sure the socket and any other extension cord you use can support
the total current load of all the connected devices.
 Before cleaning the computer, make sure it is disconnected from any
external power supplies.
Warning:
Before any upgrade procedures, make sure the power is turned off, and all
the cables are disconnected (including telephone lines). Also, it is
advisable to re-move your battery in prevent from turning the computer on
accidentally.
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Battery Precautions
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Only use the batteries designed for this computer. The wrong battery may
cause explosion, leakage or damage to the computer.
Do not remove the battery from the computer while it is powered on.
Do not continuously use a battery that has been dropped, or that appears
damaged (e.g. bent or twisted) in any way. Even if the computer is able to
continuously work with a damaged battery, the circuit damage may occur
and possibly cause fire.
Always use the notebook’s system or charger to recharge the battery.
Incorrect recharging may make the battery explode.
Do not try to repair a battery pack by yourself. Refer to any battery pack
repair or replacement, please contact with to your service representative
or qualified service personnel.
Please dispose of a damaged battery promptly and carefully. Explosion or
leakage may occur, if the battery is exposed to fire, improperly handled or
discarded.
Battery Disposal & Caution:
The product that you have purchased contains a rechargeable battery.
The battery is recyclable. At the end of its service life, under various state
and local laws, it may be illegal to dispose of this battery into the
municipal waste stream. Check with your local solid waste officials for
details in your area for recycling options or proper disposal. Danger of
explosion may possibly occur, if the battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or the equivalent battery recommended by
the manufacturer. Discard the used battery according to the
manufacturer’s instructions.
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Environmental Information, Material Safety & Recycling
All materials used in the manufacturing of this equipment are recyclable or
environmentally friendly.
Please recycle the packing materials by the local regulations at the end of the
product's service life.
Notice:
 The equipment may still contain tiny amount of hazardous substances for
health and environment, though those are below control level.
 To avoid spreading such substances into the eco system, and to minimize
the pressure on the natural, you are encouraged to use the appropriate
take-back for reusing or recycling most of the materials in a safe way after
the service life.
 The crossed bin symbol indicates proper disposal is required.
 For more information on collection, reuse and recycling, please consult
the local or regional waste administration for more information.
 You can also contact with the dealer for more information on the
environmental details of the equipment.
 The symbol of the crossed-out wheeled bin indicates that the
product (electrical and electronic equipment) should not be
placed in municipal waste. Please check local regulations for
disposal of electronic products.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER ONE - GETTING STARTED ........................................ 1
UNPACKING ................................................................................................. 1
QUICK OPERATION ....................................................................................... 2
APPEARANCE OVERVIEW .............................................................................. 3
CHAPTER TWO - OPERATING INFORMATION .......................... 8
WORKPLACE ................................................................................................ 8
RUGGEDNESS .............................................................................................. 8
OPERATING SYSTEM .................................................................................... 9
WORK WITH POWER BUTTON ........................................................................ 9
BOOT UP AND POST.................................................................................. 10
SHUT DOWN ............................................................................................... 10
SLEEP/HIBERNATE ..................................................................................... 10
INTEL® RAPID START TECHNOLOGY ............................................................. 11
KEYBOARD ................................................................................................ 12
KEYBOARD BACKLIGHT (OPTION) ................................................................ 13
HARD DISK DRIVE (HDD) / OPTIONAL SOLID STATE DRIVE (SSD) ................. 14
OPTICAL DISK DEVICE (ODD) ..................................................................... 14
EXPRESS CARDS........................................................................................ 15
RTC ......................................................................................................... 16
REPLACING MODULES ................................................................................ 17
WIRELESS DEVICES (OPTION) ..................................................................... 18
CHAPTER THREE - MANAGING POWER ................................. 28
AC ADAPTER ............................................................................................. 28
BATTERY ................................................................................................... 29
POWER CONSERVATION ............................................................................. 31
SUPPORTING ACPI .................................................................................... 31
CHAPTER FOUR - BIOS SETUP ................................................ 32
MAIN MENU ............................................................................................... 32
ADVANCED MENU ....................................................................................... 33
TRUSTED COMPUTING SUB-MENU ............................................................... 35
SATA CONFIGURATION SUB-MENU ............................................................. 36
SATA CONFIGURATION SUB-MENU SELECTIONS .......................................... 36
INTEL (R) RAPID START TECHNOLOGY SUB-MENU ........................................ 37
USB CONFIGURATION SUB-MENU ............................................................... 38
USB CONFIGURATION SUB-MENU SELECTIONS ............................................ 38
IT8783F SUPER IO CONFIGURATION SUB-MENU ......................................... 39
IT8783F H/W MONITOR SUB-MENU............................................................ 40
RF DEVICE CONTROL CONFIGURATION SUB-MENU....................................... 41
EC THERMAL CONTROL SUB-MENU ............................................................ 42
USB CHARGE CONTROL SUB-MENU ......................................................... 42
CHIPSET MENU .......................................................................................... 43
CHIPSET MENU SELECTIONS ....................................................................... 43
SYSTEM AGENT CONFIGURATION SUB-MENU ............................................... 43
GRAPHICS CONFIGURATION SUB-MENU ....................................................... 44
LCD CONTROL SUB-MENU ......................................................................... 44
PANEL TYPE SELECTIONS ........................................................................... 44
PCH-IO CONFIGURATION SUB-MENU .......................................................... 45
BOOT MENU .............................................................................................. 46
BOOT MENU SELECTIONS ........................................................................... 46
SECURITY MENU ........................................................................................ 47
SAVE & EXIT MENU .................................................................................... 48
CHAPTER FIVE - DRIVERS AND APPLICATIONS ................... 49
CHIPSET .................................................................................................... 49
VGA ......................................................................................................... 50
AUDIO ....................................................................................................... 50
INTEL ME .................................................................................................. 51
INTEL RAPID STORAGE TECHNOLOGY .......................................................... 51
WIRELESS POWER MANAGER...................................................................... 52
TOUCH SCREEN ......................................................................................... 52
USB3.0 .................................................................................................... 53
RICOH SD CONTROLLER............................................................................. 54
TURBO BOOST MONITOR ............................................................................ 54
GIGABIT LAN ............................................................................................. 55
WIFI (OPTION) ........................................................................................... 56
BLUETOOTH (OPTION) ................................................................................ 57
GPS (OPTION) .......................................................................................... 58
WWAN (OPTION) ...................................................................................... 59
TPM (OPTION) .......................................................................................... 60
CHAPTER SIX - SPECIFICATIONS ............................................ 61
PLATFORM ................................................................................................. 61
CPU ......................................................................................................... 61
PCH ......................................................................................................... 61
MEMORY ................................................................................................... 61
DISPLAY .................................................................................................... 61
KEYBOARD ................................................................................................ 61
TOUCHPAD ................................................................................................ 62
HARD DISK DRIVE (HDD) / OPTIONAL SOLID STATE DRIVE (SSD) ................. 62
OPTICAL DISK DRIVE (ODD) ....................................................................... 62
I/O PORTS ................................................................................................. 62
AC ADAPTER ............................................................................................. 63
BATTERY ................................................................................................... 63
SYSTEM UNIT DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT ...................................................... 63
MATERIALS AND RECYCLING ....................................................................... 64
ENVIRONMENTAL ........................................................................................ 64
CHAPTER SEVEN - OPTIONAL DEVICES ................................ 65
COMMUNICATION........................................................................................ 65
MEMORY CARD .......................................................................................... 65
TOUCH SCREEN ......................................................................................... 65
SURGE PROTECTOR/BVA MODULE ............................................................. 65
VEHICLE ADAPTER ..................................................................................... 66
2ND BATTERY ............................................................................................. 66
2ND HDD ................................................................................................... 67
ODD ......................................................................................................... 67
KB DUST COVER ....................................................................................... 67
DUAL BATTERY CHARGER RT202D ............................................................. 67
COM 3/4 ADDITIONAL SERIAL PORTS .......................................................... 67
TRUST PLATFORM MODULE (TPM) .............................................................. 67
CHAPTER EIGHT - MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE ................. 68
CLEANING.................................................................................................. 68
TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................................................... 68
RMA SERVICE ........................................................................................... 69
Getting Started
Chapter One - Getting Started
Unpacking
The following components are along with your computer. If there is any
missing or damaged, please notify the dealer immediately.
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Computer Unit
Removable HDD (Hard Disk Drive)
Removable ODD (Optical Disk Drive)
AC Adapter
AC Power Cord
Utility DVD
Quick Guide
Carrying Bag
Chapter One - 1
Getting Started
Quick Operation
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Loosen the battery screw, remove the battery insulation sheet, and mount
the battery.
Connect the AC adapter with the computer and start charging the battery
for at least 10 minutes.
Turn ON the computer by pressing the power switch.
Notice:
 When ambient temperature is under +5℃ (This is the default setting for
this computer.), the system may not boot up immediately. System will
beep with LED heater light flashing to remind the user while heater
working. Also, the frequency of the LED will become faster to remind the
user while the temperature is approaching to be suitable. After 5~15
minutes, the system will boot up automatically.
 Under an emergency situation, it is able to skip heating for booting up the
system immediately by pressing the power switch for >9 seconds. The
speaker will also beep with a special sound. (It is not guaranteed all
devices on the computer are possible to work properly.)
 Press the power switch again during the heating process will shut down
the computer.
 Driver or application installation may be necessary for further operation.
 The following procedures will help to Turn OFF the computer:
1. Press power switch to “Shut Down”, “Sleep”* or “Hibernate”*
depending on operating system (OS) and power management
settings.
2. Press power switch for 4 seconds for a “Hard” power off. But, note
that the system will shut down immediately without saving any data or
parameters.
3. Click Start  Shut Down in Windows to Turn OFF.
Note:
 Some operating systems may not support the above-mentioned functions.
Chapter One - 2
Getting Started
Appearance Overview
LCD Panel Open
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Embedded Antennas (Option): WLAN-L, Bluetooth, GPS
Embedded Antennas (Option): WLAN-R, WWAN
LED Indicators and Power Switch:
Heater
HDD in Use
BT/WLAN/GPS/WWAN
Secondary Battery Charging
Keyboard Number Lock
Primary Battery Charging
Keyboard Caps Lock
Power Indicator
Keyboard Scroll Lock
Power Switch
Touchpad
Touchpad Right and Left Button
External GPS SMA Antenna (Option)
Chapter One - 3
Getting Started
Right View
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Flex Bay:
a. Standard: SATA ODD (Optical Disk Drive)
b. Optional: 2nd HDD or 2nd Battery
SATA HDD (Hard Disk Drive) / Optional SSD (Solid State Drive)
Chapter One - 4
Getting Started
Left View
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PS/2 Port (Keyboard + Mouse)
GLAN RJ45
IEEE1394 Port (Fire Wire)
USB Port 3.0 x 2
USB Port 2.0 (USB battery charging)
External Speaker & Earphone Jack
Line-in Jack
Microphone Jack
Express Card Slot x 1
Chapter One - 5
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Getting Started
Rear View
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Optional Military Connector Port
Optional Military Connector Port
DC Power Jack
Serial Port DB9 (COM1/ Default: RS232)
VGA Port
Docking Port
Printer Port
Serial Port DB9 (COM2/ Default: RS232)
DVI Port
Chapter One - 6
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Getting Started
Bottom View
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Primary Battery
ODD Latch
HDD Latch
Chapter One - 7
Operating Information
Chapter Two - Operating Information
Workplace
A clean and moisture-free environment is preferred. Make room for air
circulation. Remember to avoid areas from:
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Sudden or extreme changes in temperature.
Extreme heat.
Strong electromagnetic fields (near television set, motor rotation area,
etc.).
Dust or high humidity.
If it is necessary to work in a hostile environment, please regularly maintain
your notebook computer by cleaning dust, water, and etc. to keep it in an
optimal condition.
Ruggedness
This notebook computer is designed with rugged features such as vibration,
shock, dust, and rain/ water protection. However, it is still necessary to provide
appropriate protection while operating in harsh environments.
The notebook computer is also designed to withstand rainfall from top with
mild wind blowing only. Please keep the keyboard facing up, i.e. normal
operating direction, to maintain water resistance. NEVER immerse the unit in
water, or spray water at an upside-down system. Doing so may cause
permanent damage.
The D-sub connector caps on the rear of the computer are for dust and shock
protection. The connectors are sealed internally. Other I/O ports and devices
on the left or right must have caps tightly closed or cable inlets sealed while
being exposed to water or dust.
There are optional gaskets for DB-9 and DB-25 connectors. You may install
them to improve rain/ dust/ moisture resistance on your commercial type cable.
Insert the packing into the male connector (with pins) and fasten the screws.
All connectors will be corroded if being exposed to water or moisture.
Corrosion is accelerated if the power is ON. Please take proper water-resistant
measures for cable connections. The DC jack and cables are sealed and may
be operated with water splashing while attached. All port covers should be in
place when no cable is attached.
Chapter Two - 8
Operating Information
Operating System
Your computer is designed to operate with Microsoft Windows 7/8 32/64-bit
Operating System. Please connect your computer with an external
USB-interface drive, such as a USB thumb drive, and start the OS installation.
Work with Power Button
Since the notebook computer is equipped with a heater kit to enable the unit to
work under low temperature, the heater will first heat HDD up to the
temperature set by user, and the system will boot after then. Also, the heater
will keep monitoring HDD temperature. Once the temperature becomes lower,
the heater will heat up again to maintain the temperature set by user.
The function will be different from the way you use with the power button:
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5.
Press 12 seconds and release:
USB port is enabled and you can set a new value in Heater AP.
Press 9~11 seconds:
The system will be forced to boot up.
Press 5~8 seconds:
Enable/Disable the sound of Heater.
Press 4 seconds under OS:
Shut down the system.
Click the Power button.
a. Power on the system in S5 status.
b. Click while heating up, the system will be forced to shutdown
c. Entering S3/S4 under OS.
Chapter Two - 9
Operating Information
Boot Up and POST
Boot up
The computer turns ON and loads the operating system (such as Windows)
into the system memory. This start-up procedure is called “boot up”.
The ROM BIOS Power on Self-Test (POST)
Each time the computer powers on, it automatically performs a self-test of its
memory and hardware devices.
Note:
 USB 3.0 controller is not native on RK10, and does not support USB
boot up. If you need USB boot up function, please use USB 2.0 port.
Shut down
Before shutting down, please always remember to save the unfinished works
and close the application for preventing from any possible data loss or HDD
damage.
“Shut down” will totally turn OFF the power of your notebook computer. If you
want to start your notebook computer again, you need to press the power
switch.
Sleep/Hibernate
Sleep
Under “Sleep” mode, the system will temporarily save your work into RAM.
You are able to do enter “Sleep” mode by directly clicking from your OS. Or,
you can do the “Sleep” Mode settings in your OS. If you want to start your
notebook computer again, all you need to press any key.
Hibernate
Under “Hibernate” mode, the system will save your work into HDD. You are
able to do enter “Hibernate” mode by directly clicking from your OS. Or, you
can do the “Hibernate” Mode in your OS. If you want to start your notebook
computer again, you need to press the power switch.
Chapter Two - 10
Operating Information
Intel® Rapid Start Technology
Your computer can operate Intel® Rapid Start Technology when SSD is
installed. This technology enables your system resume time not only to be as
fast as wake-up time from S3 (Sleep) mode, but also to be more energy
saving.
Before using Intel Rapid Storage Technology, please check the following
system requirements:
System Requirement:
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Intel QM67 Express Chipset-based desktop board
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Intel Sandy Bridge i7-2610UE
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Solid State Drive (SSD)
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Operating system: Microsoft Windows 7/8
Note:
 Intel® Rapid Storage Technology Driver should be installed and can be
found in Utility DVD.
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Please use “Intel® Rapid Start Technology User Guide” to setup the
function. You can find the User Guide from Intel official website.
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Please remember to enable Rapid Start Technology from BIOS Advanced
Menu.
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To cancel the Rapid Start Technology, please disable the function from
BIOS Advanced Menu.
Chapter Two - 11
Operating Information
Keyboard
The keyboard is functionally equivalent to a full size desktop keyboard. A
sample layout is shown below.
Function Key Combinations
Key
Description
[Fn] + [F3]
Decrease LCD brightness
[Fn] + [F4]
Increase LCD brightness
[Fn] + [F5]
Keyboard Backlight (Option)
[Fn] + [F6]
Volume down
[Fn] + [F7]
Volume up
[Fn] + [F8]
Sleep Mode
Chapter Two - 12
Operating Information
The Numeric Keypad
The numeric keypad functions are the same as an electronic calculator. It is
embedded in the main keyboard, with the numeric figures printed on the upper
right of their respective keys. There are keys for the digits 0~9, the decimal
point ( . ), addition ( + ), subtraction ( - ), multiplication ( * ), and division ( / ) in
the keypad.
To activate the keypad, press the [Fn] + Num Lock key. There are 15 keys
switching from alphabetic to numeric. Press [Fn] + Num Lock again to return.
Keyboard Backlight (Option)
Press [Fn] + [F5] key for approximately 1 second to turn the keyboard
backlight ON or OFF.
Chapter Two - 13
Operating Information
Hard Disk Drive (HDD) / Optional Solid State Drive (SSD)
Your Notebook computer is equipped with 2.5” SATA II Hard Disk Drive (HDD),
or optional Solid State Drive (SSD) for data storage. HDD/SSD is user
removable, providing convenience and security. It can ONLY be removed
while power is OFF.
Note:
NEVER drop your HDD/SSD or expose them to high temperature,
high humidity, or any hazardous environment. NEVER try to
disassemble the module. Static discharge may destroy your device
and data. Always pick up the modules by touching the case only.
Optical Disk Device (ODD)
There is a 5.25” type/ 12.7mm height SATAII interface ODD. The actual
device will depend on the model you purchased. The ODD may be used as a
boot device if properly set in the BIOS.
The ODD accepts a variety of standard 12cm CDs, DVD-ROM (Single Layer,
Dual Layer), DVD-Video, DVD-R*10 (1.4 GB, 2.8 GB, 4.7GB), DVD-RW
(Ver.1.1/1.2 1.4 GB, 2.8 GB, 4.7 GB, 9.4 GB), DVD-R DL (8.5 GB), DVD-RAM
(1.4 GB, 2.8 GB, 4.7 GB, 9.4 GB), +R (4.7 GB), +R DL (8.5 GB), +RW (4.7 GB),
CD-Audio, CD-ROM (XA compatible), CD-R, Photo CD (multiple session
compatible), Video CD, CD EXTRA, CD-RW, CD-TEXT and etc.
Caution: Do not use the IDE-interface ODD; it may cause the computer
malfunction.
The following procedure assumes that all the necessary ODD utilities were
installed on the computer. For ODD utility installation, please refer to “Utilities
and Drivers”. ODD also can be removed and swapped with the 2nd battery or
2nd SATA HDD.
Put disk into the ODD
While the power is ON, push the ejecting button of ODD. The tray will release.
Then gently pull the tray out. Put the disk with its label facing up on the holder
and push the tray back into the cabinet. Any dirt on the data side of the disk
may cause to the erroneous read. Please avoid touching the data side.
Chapter Two - 14
Operating Information
Read from the ODD
The ODD may be designated as drive D: or higher depending on your
configuration. You may access to it in DOS or Windows. Please avoid shock or
vibration when the optical device is active.
Express Cards
The computer supports 54 mm or 34 mm wide ExpressCard. You can install an
ExpressCard while the computer is running. The computer automatically
detects the card.
To install an ExpressCard:
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Hold the card with the top side of the card.
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Slide the card into the slot until the card is completely seated in its
connector.
To remove an ExpressCard:
Press the card and remove the card gently.
The following illustration shows the insertion of ExpressCard 54mm:
Chapter Two - 15
Operating Information
RTC
Battery backed up RTC (Real Time Clock/Calendar) is built in an on-board
CMOS (Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor) chip. The RTC keeps
track of the time and date while the computer is off. The CMOS chip also
stores system setup information. RTC battery is also recharged when AC
adapter is attached. Recharge the computer approximately once per month to
ensure RTC operation.
Chapter Two - 16
Operating Information
Replacing Modules
To remove the modules:
1. Turn OFF the computer or hibernate.
2. Disconnect all cables from the computer.
3. Use a coin to turn and loose the screws on the modules.
4. Remove the battery from the compartment.
5. Push the latch knob to release the ODD or HDD module and push them
outward.
6. Remove the module from the computer.
To re-install the modules:
Gently push the module into the slot. Fasten the screw to fix the module.
Caution:
You must turn the power OFF before replacing the ODD and HDD modules.
Chapter Two - 17
Operating Information
Wireless Devices (Option)
Before using wireless devices, please use the Device Power Manager to turn on
the wireless devices you plan to use.
The following instructions are only for the models with optional Wireless
Devices (Wireless LAN/ Bluetooth/ WWAN/ GPS) and use Windows 7 OS as
the example.
Wireless LAN
1.
Driver & Application Installation:
a. Install the Chipset Driver first.
b. Then, install the Wireless Manager.
2.
Launch the Device Power Manager:
a. Launch the Device Power Manager.
b. Click “Wireless LAN” for enabling the Wireless LAN function (click
again for disabling the WLAN function). Once the Wireless LAN starts
up, the RF LED will turn on accordingly. Please see the illustration as
below (with Wireless LAN function “ON”):
Chapter Two - 18
Operating Information
Bluetooth
1.
Driver & Application Installation:
a. Install the Bluetooth driver first.
b. Then, install the Wireless Manager.
2.
Launch the Device Power Manager:
a. Launch the Device Power Manager.
b. Click “Bluetooth” for enabling the Bluetooth function (click again for
disabling the Bluetooth function). Once the Bluetooth starts up, the
RF LED will turn on accordingly. Please see the illustration as below
(with Bluetooth function “ON”):
Chapter Two - 19
Operating Information
WWAN
1.
Insert the SIM card:
a. Turn off your computer.
b. Reverse your computer to the bottom side.
c. Find the battery bay and loosen the screw beside it.
Loosen
the
screw
beside
the battery bay.
d.
Remove the battery.
After removing the
battery, you are
able to see the SIM
card lock.
Chapter Two - 20
Operating Information
e.
Slide the SIM card lock to the left to open.
f.
Pull up the SIM card slot.
Pull up the SIM
card to open.
g.
h.
Put your SIM card into the SIM card slot.
Push down the SIM card slot.
Chapter Two - 21
Operating Information
2.
Driver & Application Installation:
a. Install the WWAN driver first.
b. Then, install the Wireless Manager.
3.
Launch the Device Power Manager:
a. Launch the Device Power Manager.
b. Click “WWAN” for enabling the WWAN function (click again for
disabling the WWAN function). Once the WWAN starts up, the RF
LED will turn on accordingly. Please see the illustration as below (with
WWAN function “ON”):
4.
Based on the OS (operation system) installed in your computer,
please follow the corresponding setup procedure below. For
Windows 7, please follow (a), and for Windows 8, please follow (b).
(a) Launch the AirCard Watcher (for Windows 7)
After installing appropriate drivers and applications, you can now access the
WWAN AirCard Watcher and setup your WWAN connection parameters. The
WWAN AirCard Watcher software can found from the Utility DVD. Follow the
installation instructions to finish the software installation.
Chapter Two - 22
Operating Information
Screenshots of the WWAN AirCard Watcher are provided below for your
reference. Please follow the procedure to set the connection.
1
3
2
4
1. Choose the Options first, and then a User Options window will pop up.
2. Click Firmware
3. Drop down the Network Operator list and choose an appropriate operator. If
your operator is not on the list, please choose Generic UMTS.
4. Click OK to complete the setting.
Once the WWAN function starts up, the wireless device LED indicator will turn
on (color blue).
Chapter Two - 23
Operating Information
(b) Enter into OS (for Windows 8)
1.
Click “Network” icon on the taskbar.
2.
Click Mobile broadband for the telecom.
Chapter Two - 24
Operating Information
3.
Click “Connect” for connection.
4.
Click “Disconnect” to end the connection
Chapter Two - 25
Operating Information
GPS
1.
Driver & Application Installation:
a. Install the GPS driver first.
b. Then, install the Device Power Manager.
2.
Launch the Device Power Manager:
a. Launch the Device Power Manager.
b. Click “GPS” for enabling the GPS function (click again for disabling
the GPS function). Once the GPS starts up, the RF LED will turn on
accordingly.
3.
Navigation & Mapping Software Installation
Please install your 3rd party navigation and mapping software after
installing your GPS driver. Refer to your navigation and mapping software
manual for installation and procedures on application setup and access.
Chapter Two - 26
Operating Information
Note:
 Wireless devices can be turned ON/OFF through BIOS. Once
a device is turned off through BIOS, its button on the Device
Power Manager will be shown in yellow background and with a
prohibition marker. For example, the following illustration
shows that WWAN and GPS devices are disabled through
BIOS. To turn on, please enter into BIOS and enable the
functions. For more information on BIOS setting, please refer
to RF Device Control Configuration Sub-Menu section.
.
Chapter Two - 27
Managing Power
Chapter Three - Managing Power
AC Adapter
The AC adapter performs two functions:


It powers the computer from an external AC source.
It charges the computer battery.
The adapter automatically detects the AC line voltage (100V or 240V) and
adjusts accordingly.
The following are recommended when using the AC adapter:


Use a properly grounded AC outlet.
Use one AC outlet exclusively for the computer. Having other appliances
on the same line may cause interference.
Connecting the AC adapter:



Plug the AC cord to the adapter.
Plug the other end of the AC cord into the wall outlet. Make sure the green
LED on the adapter turns on.
Attach the DC plug into the power jack of the computer; and turn the lock
ring clockwise to secure it.
AC Adapter Indicator:
The green LED indicates that AC power is ready.
Note:
 To ensure system stability, please connect your computer to an
external power source when operating at -20 ° C ambient
temperature.
Chapter Three - 28
Managing Power
Battery
The power source will automatically switch to battery when the external power
source (AC adapter or optional vehicle adapter) is disconnected.
Battery Low
When the battery is nearly exhausted, the computer gives the following
“Battery Low” warnings:
 Windows battery low warning (when operating system is Windows).
 The power LED flashes.
Once the Battery Low warning occurs, please:
 Save and close the files you are currently working on.
 Plug in the AC adapter to recharge the battery.
Charging the Battery
Plug in the AC adapter (or optional vehicle adapter) to start the battery
charging. If the battery is already full, the sense circuitry will stop high current
charge within several minutes.
There are two LED indicators next to the power indicator for the Primary and
Secondary battery respectively. Indicator turns ON when the battery is
charging and turns OFF when the battery charging is completed.
To charge the Secondary battery, simply install it into the computer and attach
the AC adapter. The internal charger will charge the Primary battery first. The
Secondary battery will be charged once the Primary battery charges full.
Optional Dual Battery Charger can charge the Primary and Secondary
batteries externally.
Chapter Three - 29
Managing Power
Battery Gauge
You may check battery status from battery gauge in Windows. Click the
power/battery icon to reveal the battery gauge window.
Battery Power Saving Tips
The computer comes with an intelligent power-saving feature. You may extend
the battery life by:
 Setup power saving functions in Operating System Power Management
options (e.g. Windows Power Options).
 Lower the intensity of the display by brightness control.
 Use standby option when computer is temporarily not in use.
 Shut down the computer when it will not be for a long-time use.
Replacing Battery
When the battery is nearly exhausted, there are two ways to keep your
notebook computer working. Connecting the AC adapter and the power cord
designed for this notebook computer to start charging is one method; directly
replacing a charged battery designed for this notebook computer may be the
other one.
Note:
 Always remember to turn OFF the power before replacing the
battery.
Chapter Three - 30
Managing Power
Power Conservation
This computer consumes much less power than conventional computers.
However, power consumption may be reduced by configuring the Power
Management Setup properly.
It is recommended the power saving functions to be enabled even when not
running on battery power. Power Management will not degrade performance
while saving power.
Supporting ACPI
Your notebook computer supports ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Power
Interface) for power management. With ACPI and an ACPI-compliant
operating system such as Windows, the feature will allow you to reduce the
power consumption for energy saving. By supporting ACPI, the AC adapter
LED and the Power indicator LED will show in different ways. The followings
are the detailed description.
Sleep:
AC adapter LED is ON (while connecting with power)
Power LED indicator is ON; Other LED indicators are OFF
Under Hibernation:
AC adapter LED is ON (while connecting with power)
Power LED indicator is OFF; Other LED indicators are OFF
Shutdown:
AC adapter LED is ON (while connecting with power)
Power LED indicator is OFF; Other LED indicators are OFF
Chapter Three - 31
BIOS Setup
Chapter Four - BIOS Setup
Press [F2] at boot up to enter BIOS setup. Use arrow keys to select options
and [+/-] to modify them. When finished, move to “Exit” and press [Enter] then
confirm save by pressing [Y].
Main Menu
Main
Advanced
Aptio Setup Utility
Chipset
Boot
Save & Exit
Choose
the
default language
BIOS Information
BIOS Vendor
Core Version
Compliancy
Project Version
Build Date and Time
EC Version
system
→←:
System Language
[English]
System Date
System Time
[Wed 10/23/2013]
[16:19:20]
Access Level
Security
Select Screen
↑↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
–/+: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
Administrator
Note:
 The contents may vary depending on computer configurations.
 Incorrect settings may cause system malfunction. To correct it, restore the
Optimized Defaults with F3.
Main Menu Selections
You can make the following selections on the Main Menu. Use the sub-menus
for other selections.
Feature
Options
Description
System Date
MM/DD/YYYY
Set the system date Month, Day,
Year.
System Time
HH:MM:SS
Set the system time Hour, Minute,
Second.
Chapter Four- 32
BIOS Setup
Advanced Menu
Main
Advanced
Aptio Setup Utility
Chipset
Boot
Security
Trusted
Setting
► Trusted Computing
► SATA Configuration
► Intel (R) Rapid Start Technology
► PCH-FW Configuration
► USB Configuration
► IT8783F Super IO Configuration
► IT8783F H/W Monitor
► RF Device Control
► EC Thermal Control
► USB CHARGE Control
→←:
Save & Exit
Computing
Select Screen
↑↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
–/+: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
Chapter Four- 33
BIOS Setup
Advanced Menu Selections
You can make the following selections on the Advanced Menu.
Feature
Options
Description
Trusted
Computing
Disabled
Enabled
TPM Support
SATA
Configuration
SATA Mode Selection SATA Mode Selection: IDE, AHCI,
Serial ATA Port 0 RAID
Software Preserve
Intel (R) Rapid Disabled
Start Technology Enabled
Enable or disable Intel (R) Rapid Start
Technology.
PCH-FW
Configuration
N/A
Configure
Management
Technology Parameter
USB
Configuration
Disabled
Enabled
Legacy USB Support
USB3.0 Support
XHCI Hand-off
EHCI Hand-off
IT8783F Super IO Serial Port
Configuration
Change Settings
COM 1 Mode Setting
IT8783F
Monitor
RF
Control
EC
Control
H/W N/A
Device Disabled
Enabled
Set Parameters
(COMA)
of
Serial
Port
Monitor hardware status
GSM, GPS, BLUETOOTH, WLAN
Thermal Thermal cooling trip EC Thermal Control Setting
point
USB
CHARGE Disabled
Control
Enabled
Engine
USB CHARGE Setting
Chapter Four- 34
0
BIOS Setup
Trusted Computing Sub-Menu
Aptio Setup Utility
Advanced
Configuration
TPM SUPPORT
[Disable]
Current Status Information
SUPPORT TURNED OFF
Enables or Disables
BIOS
support
for
security device. O.S.
will not show Security
Device.
TCG
EFI
protocol and INT1A
interface will not be
available.
→←:
Select Screen
↑↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
–/+: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
Chapter Four- 35
BIOS Setup
SATA Configuration Sub-Menu
Aptio Setup Utility
Advanced
SATA Mode Selection
[AHCI]
Serial ATA Port 0
Software Preserve
Serial ATA Port 1
Software Preserve
Serial ATA Port 2
Software Preserve
Serial ATA Port 3
Software Preserve
Serial ATA Port 4
Software Preserve
Serial ATA Port 5
Software Preserve
Empty
Unknown
Empty
Unknown
Empty
Unknown
Empty
Unknown
TOSHIBA MK5076 (500.1
SUPPORTED
Empty
Unknown
Determine how SATA
controller(s) operate.
→←:
Select Screen
↑↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
–/+: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
SATA Configuration Sub-Menu Selections
You can make the following selections on the SATA configuration sub-menu.
Feature
SATA
Mode
Selection
Options
IDE
AHCI
RAID
Chapter Four- 36
Description
BIOS Setup
Intel (R) Rapid Start Technology Sub-Menu
Aptio Setup Utility
Advanced
Intel (R) Rapid Start Technology [Disabled]
Enables or disable Intel
(R)
Rapid
Start
Technology
→←:
Select Screen
↑↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
–/+: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
Chapter Four- 37
BIOS Setup
USB Configuration Sub-Menu
Aptio Setup Utility
Advanced
Enables Legacy USB
support.
AUTO option disables
legacy support if no USB
devices are connected.
Disable option will keep
USB devices available
only for EFI applications
USB Configuration
USB Devices:
1 point
Legacy USB Support
USB3.0 Support
XHCI Hand-off
EHCI Hand-off
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
→←:
Select Screen
↑↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
–/+: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
USB Configuration Sub-Menu Selections
You can make the following selections on the USB configuration sub-menu.
Feature
Options
Description
Disabled
Enabled
Enables Legacy USB support.
AUTO option disables legacy
support if no USB devices are
connected. DISABLE option will
keep USB devices available only
for EFI applications.
Usn3.0
Support
Disabled
Enabled
Enable/Disable USB3.0 (XHCI)
Controller support.
XHCI Hand-off
Disabled
Enabled
This is a workaround for OSes
without XHCI hand-off support.
This XHCI ownership change
should be claimed by XHCI
driver.
EHCI Hand-off
Disabled
Enabled
This is a workaround for OSes
without EHCI hand-off support.
This EHCI ownership change
should be claimed by EHCI
driver.
Legacy
enabled
USB
Chapter Four- 38
BIOS Setup
IT8783F Super IO Configuration Sub-Menu
Aptio Setup Utility
Advanced
Set Parameters of Serial
Port 0 (COMA)
IT8783F Super IO configuration
IT8783F Super IO Chip
►Serial Port 0 Configuration
►Serial Port 1 Configuration
►Serial Port 2 Configuration
►Serial Port 3 Configuration
IT8783F
→←:
Select Screen
↑↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
–/+: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
IT8783F Super IO Configuration Sub-Menu Selections
You can make the following selections on the IT8783F super IO configuration
sub-menu.
Feature
Options
Description
Serial Port
Disabled
Enabled
Enable or Disable Serial
Port (COM)
Change
Settings
Auto
IO=3F8h; IRQ=4;
IO=3F8h; IRQ=3,45,6,7,10,11,12;
IO=2F8h; IRQ=3,45,6,7,10,11,12;
IO=3E8h; IRQ=3,45,6,7,10,11,12;
IO=2E8h; IRQ=3,45,6,7,10,11,12;
Select
an
optimal
setting for Super IO
device.
COM 1 Mode
Setting
RS232
RS422
TTL 1
RS485
Change
Settings
Chapter Four- 39
COM
port
BIOS Setup
IT8783F H/W Monitor Sub-Menu
Aptio Setup Utility
Advanced
Pc Health Status
System temperature1
System temperature2
System temperature3
Fan1 Speed
Fan2 Speed
Fan3 Speed
VIN0
VIN1
VIN2
VIN3
VIN4
VIN5
VIN6
VIN7
VBAT
→←:
Select Screen
↑↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
–/+: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
Chapter Four- 40
BIOS Setup
RF Device Control Configuration Sub-Menu
Aptio Setup Utility
Advanced
RF Device Control Setting
RF Device Control
GSM STATUS
GSM
GPS STATUS
GPS
BT STATUS
BLUETOOTH
WLAN STATUS
WLAN
Present
[Enabled]
Present
[Enabled]
Present
[Enabled]
Present
[Enabled]
→←:
Select Screen
↑↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
–/+: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
RF Device Control Configuration Sub-Menu Selections
You can make the following selections on the RF Security Control sub-menu.
Feature
Options
Description
Wireless LAN
Disabled
Enabled
Wireless Lan Control
Enabled Wireless function
WWAN
Disabled
Enabled
WWAN Control
Enabled WWAN function
GPS
Disabled
Enabled
GPS Control
Enabled GPS function
BlueTooth
Disabled
Enabled
BlueTooth Control
Enabled Blue Tooth function
Chapter Four- 41
BIOS Setup
EC Thermal Control Sub-Menu
Aptio Setup Utility
Advanced
EC Thermal Control
Setting
EC Thermal Control
Thermal cooling trip point
[87 C]
→←:
Select Screen
↑↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
–/+: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
USB CHARGE Control Sub-Menu
Aptio Setup Utility
Advanced
USB CHARGE Setting
USB CHARGE
USB CHARGE Control
[Disabled]
→←:
Select Screen
↑↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
–/+: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
Note:
 USB Charge control is for turn On /Off the USB charge function under
S5 state (Power off) when connecting to AC Adapter
 When enable USB CHARGE control in BIOS, please cold boot your
computer to enable the function.
Chapter Four- 42
BIOS Setup
Chipset Menu
Main
Advanced
Aptio Setup Utility
Chipset
Boot
Security
Save & Exit
System
Agent
Parameters
► System Agent (SA) Configuration
► PCH-IO Configuration
(SA)
→←:
Select Screen
↑↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
–/+: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
Chipset Menu Selections
You can make the following selections on the Chipset sub-menu.
Feature
System Agent
Configuration
Options
(SA)
PCH-IO Configuration
Graphics
Configuration
Memory
Configuration
Description
Memory
Parameters
Configuration
PCH Parameter
System Agent Configuration Sub-Menu
Aptio Setup Utility
Chipset
► Graphics Configuration
► Memory Configuration
Config Graphics Settings
→←:
Select Screen
↑↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
–/+: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
Chapter Four- 43
BIOS Setup
Graphics Configuration Sub-Menu
Aptio Setup Utility
Chipset
Graphics Configuration
IGFX VBIOS VERSION
LCD Control
2137
►LCD Control
→←:
Select Screen
↑↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
–/+: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
LCD Control Sub-Menu
Aptio Setup Utility
Chipset
LCD Control
Panel Type
[XGA panel – 24 Bit]
Select Panel Type for
RK/RF10
→←:
Select Screen
↑↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
–/+: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
Panel Type Selections
You can make the following selections on the Panel Type sub-menu.
Feature
Panel Type
Options
sXGA Panel - 18Bit
XGA Panel - 24 Bit
Chapter Four- 44
Description
Select Panel Type for
RK/RF10
BIOS Setup
PCH-IO Configuration Sub-Menu
Aptio Setup Utility
Chipset
Intel PCH RC Version
Intel PCH SKU Name
Intel PCH Rev ID
PCH LAN Controller
Wake on LAN
Enable or disable onboard
NIC.
1.2.2.0
QM67
05/B3
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
→←:
Select Screen
↑↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
–/+: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
► USB Configuration
► PCI Express Configuration
PCH-IO Configuration Sub-Menu Selections
You can make the following selections on the PCH-IO Configuration
sub-menu.
Feature
Options
Description
PCH
LAN
Controller
Disabled
Enabled
Enable or disable onboard NIC.
Wake on LAN
Disabled
Enabled
Enable or disable integrated LAN to
wake the system
USB
Configuration
Disabled
Enabled
USB Configuration settings
PCI
Express
Configuration
Disabled
Enabled
PCI Express Configuration settings
Chapter Four- 45
BIOS Setup
Boot Menu
Main
Aptio Setup Utility
Chipset
Boot
Advanced
Security
Save & Exit
Set Boot Priority.
Set Boot Priority
1st Boot Option
2nd Boot Option
3rd Boot Option
4th Boot Option
5th Boot Option
6th Boot Option
7th Boot Option
8th Boot Option
[USB Floppy]
[Hard Disk: ]
[CD/DVD: ]
[USB CD/DVD]
[USB Hard Disk]
[USB KEY]
[Network: ]
[UEFI]
Boot Option Priorities
Boot Option #1
Boot Option #2
Boot Option #3
[P4: ]
[P3: ]
[IBA GE Slot 00C8 v… ]
→←:
Select Screen
↑↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
–/+: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
Unknown Device BBS Priorities
Unknown Device BBS Priorities
Unknown Device BBS Priorities
►CD/DVD ROM Driver BBS Priorities
►Hard Driver BBS Priorities
►Network Device BBS Priorities
The system will try to boot from device on top then the 2nd and so on. If there
is more than one device in each category, only the device on top of
sub-menu can boot up.
Boot Menu Selections
You can make the following selections on the Boot menu.
Feature
Options
Description
1st~8th Boot
-
Set Boot Priority.
Boot Option #1~#3
-
Set Boot Priority.
Unknown Device
BBS Priorities
-
Set the order of the legacy devices in
this group
CD/DVD
Device
Priorities
ROM
BBS
-
Specifies the Boot Device Priority
sequence from available CD/DVD
Drives.
Hard Drive BBS
Priorities
-
Specifies the Boot Device Priority
sequence from available Hard Drives.
Network
Device
BBS Priorities
-
Specifies the Boot Device Priority
sequence from available NETWORK
Drives.
Chapter Four- 46
BIOS Setup
Security Menu
Main
Aptio Setup Utility
Chipset
Boot
Advanced
Security
Save & Exit
Set
Password
Password Description
If ONLY the Administrator’s password is set, then this
only limits access to Setup and is only asked for when
entering Setup.
If ONLY the User’s password is set, then this is a
power on password and must be entered to boot or
enter Setup. In Setup the User will have Administrator
rights.
The password length must be in the following range;
Minimum length
3
Maximum length
20
Administrator Password
User Password
Administrator
→←:
Select Screen
↑↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
–/+: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
HDD Security Configuration:
HDD 0: TOSHIBA MK50
Security Menu Selections
You can make the following selections on the Security Menu.
Feature
Administrator
Password
User password
HDD 0:
Options
Enter
Password
Confirm
Password
Enter
Password
Confirm
Password
Enter
Password
Confirm
Password
Description
New
New
New
Controls
detection
of
Processor Serial No. System
must be reset or restarted from
power-on for settings to take
effect.
Supervisor Password controls
access to the setup utility.
New
New
User
Password
controls
access to the system at boot.
New
Chapter Four- 47
BIOS Setup
Save & Exit Menu
Main
Advanced
Aptio Setup Utility
Chipset
Boot
Security
Save & Exit
Exit system setup after
saving the changes
Save Changes and Exit
Discard Changes and Exit
Save Changes and Reset
Discard Changes and Reset
→←:
Select Screen
↑↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
–/+: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
Save Options
Save Changes
Discard Changes
Restore Defaults
Save as User Defaults
Restore User Defaults
Boot Override
P4:
P3:
IBA GE Slot 00C8 v1365
Chapter Four- 48
Drivers and Applications
Chapter Five - Drivers and Applications
The Utility DVD includes all the drivers for the installed devices in your
notebook computer. Please consult the dealer if there is any driver missing.
Also, through Device Manager in Windows, you are able to perform “Driver
Update” or check if there are still drivers for the devices needed to be installed.
Please check the readme file on Utility DVD to get the latest information before
installing device drivers.
Note:
 Please install the chipset driver first.

If the system requests for reboot after installing drivers, please
reboot your notebook computer first before installing other drivers.
Chipset
Windows 7/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "Setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7 (64-bit)\Intel_Chipset",
and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 7/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "Setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7 (32-bit)\Intel_Chipset",
and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "infinst_autol.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows
(64-bit)\Intel_Chipset", and then follow the instructions to install.
8
Windows 8/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "infinst_autol.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows
(32-bit)\Intel_Chipset", and then follow the instructions to install.
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8
Drivers and Applications
VGA
Windows 7/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "win64_15288.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows
(64-bit)\Intel_VGA", and then follow the instructions to install.
7
Windows 7/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "win64_15288.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows
(32-bit)\Intel_VGA", and then follow the instructions to install.
7
Windows 8/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "win64_152812.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows
(64-bit)\Intel_VGA\64bit", and then follow the instructions to install.
8
Windows 8/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "win32_152812.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows
(32-bit)\Intel_VGA", and then follow the instructions to install.
8
Audio
Windows 7/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run
"Setup.exe"
in
the
directory
of
"\Drivers\Windows
7
(64-bit)\Audio\6777_PG360_Win8_Win7_Vista_XP", and then follow the
instructions to install.
Windows 7/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run
"Setup.exe"
in
the
directory
of
"\Drivers\Windows
7
(32-bit)\Audio\6777_PG360_Win8_Win7_Vista_XP", and then follow the
instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run
"Setup.exe"
in
the
directory
of
"\Drivers\Windows
8
(64-bit)\Audio\6777_PG360_Win8_Win7_Vista_XP", and then follow the
instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run
"Setup.exe"
in
the
directory
of
"\Drivers\Windows
8
(32-bit)\Audio\6777_PG360_Win8_Win7_Vista_XP", and then follow the
instructions to install.
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Drivers and Applications
Intel ME
Windows 7/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run
"Setup.exe"
in
the
directory
of
"
\Drivers\Windows
7
(64-bit)\Intel_ME\ME_SW_7.1.85.1216", and then follow the instructions to
install.
Windows 7/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run
"Setup.exe"
in
the
directory
of
"\Drivers\Windows
7
(32-bit)\Intel_ME\ME_SW_7.1.85.1216", and then follow the instructions to
install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run
"Setup.exe"
in
the
directory
of
"
\Drivers\Windows
8
(64-bit)\Intel_ME\ME_SW_7.1.85.1216", and then follow the instructions to
install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run
"Setup.exe"
in
the
directory
of
"
\Drivers\Windows
8
(32-bit)\Intel_ME\ME_SW_7.1.85.1216", and then follow the instructions to
install.
Intel Rapid Storage Technology
Windows 7/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "iata_cd_10.8.0.1003.exe" in the directory of "Drivers\Windows 7
(64-bit)\IntelR Rapid Storage Technology", and then follow the instructions to
install.
Windows 7/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "iata_cd_10.8.0.1003.exe" in the directory of "Drivers\Windows 7
(32-bit)\IntelR Rapid Storage Technology", and then follow the instructions to
install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "iata_cd.exe" in the directory of "Drivers\Windows 8 (64-bit)\IntelR Rapid
Storage Technology", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "iata_cd.exe" in the directory of "Drivers\Windows 8 (32-bit)\IntelR Rapid
Storage Technology", and then follow the instructions to install.
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Drivers and Applications
Wireless Power Manager
Windows 7/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Utilities\0107\", and then follow the
instructions to install.
Windows 7/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Utilities\0107\", and then follow the
instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Utilities\0620\", and then follow the
instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Utilities\0620\", and then follow the
instructions to install.
Touch Screen
Windows 7/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7 (64-bit)\Touch
Screen\PenMount Windows Universal Driver V2.4.0.306(WHQL)", and then
follow the instructions to install.
Windows 7/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7 (32-bit)\Touch
Screen\PenMount Windows Universal Driver V2.4.0.306(WHQL)", and then
follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 8 (64-bit)\Touch
Screen\PenMount Windows Universal Driver V2.4.0.306(WHQL)", and then
follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 8 (32-bit)\Touch
Screen\PenMount Windows Universal Driver V2.4.0.306(WHQL)", and then
follow the instructions to install.
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Drivers and Applications
USB3.0
Windows 7/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "Texas Instruments xHCI Driver v1.12.25 ( Multilanguage - WHQL ).exe"
in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7 (64-bit)\USB3.0\Texas Instruments
xHCI Driver v1.12.25 ( Multilanguage - WHQL )", and then follow the
instructions to install.
Windows 7/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "Texas Instruments xHCI Driver v1.12.25 ( Multilanguage - WHQL ).exe"
in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7 (32-bit)\USB3.0\Texas Instruments
xHCI Driver v1.12.25 ( Multilanguage - WHQL )", and then follow the
instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run
"Texas_Instruments_xHCI_Driver_v1.16.2.0_WHQL_(Multilanguage).exe" in
the
directory
of
"\Drivers\Windows
7
(64-bit)\USB3.0\Texas_Instruments_xHCI_Driver_v1.16.2.0_WHQL_(Multilan
guage)", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run
"Texas_Instruments_xHCI_Driver_v1.16.2.0_WHQL_(Multilanguage).exe" in
the
directory
of
"\Drivers\Windows
8
(32-bit)\USB3.0\Texas_Instruments_xHCI_Driver_v1.16.2.0_WHQL_(Multilan
guage)", and then follow the instructions to install.
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Drivers and Applications
Ricoh SD Controller
Windows 7/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run
"setup.exe"
in
the
directory
of
"\Drivers\Windows
7
(64-bit)\Ricoh\Ricoh_Media_Driver_v2.13.16.01", and then follow the
instructions to install.
Windows 7/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run
"setup.exe"
in
the
directory
of
"\Drivers\Windows
7
(32-bit)\Ricoh\Ricoh_Media_Driver_v2.13.16.01", and then follow the
instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run
"setup.exe"
in
the
directory
of
"\Drivers\Windows
8
(64-bit)\Ricoh\Ricoh_Media_Driver_v2.24.12.11", and then follow the
instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run
"setup.exe"
in
the
directory
of
"\Drivers\Windows
8
(32-bit)\Ricoh\Ricoh_Media_Driver_v2.24.12.11", and then follow the
instructions to install.
Turbo Boost Monitor
Windows 7/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7 (64-bit)\IntelR Turbo
Boost Technology Monitor", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 7/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7 (32-bit)\IntelR Turbo
Boost Technology Monitor", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 8 (64-bit)\IntelR Turbo
Boost Technology Monitor", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 8 (32-bit)\IntelR Turbo
Boost Technology Monitor", and then follow the instructions to install.
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Drivers and Applications
Gigabit LAN
Windows 7/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "PROWinx64.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7
(64-bit)\Intel_82579LM", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 7/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "PROWinx32.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7
(32-bit)\Intel_82579LM", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "PROWinx64.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 8
(64-bit)\Intel_82579", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "PROWinx32.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 8
(32-bit)\Intel_82579", and then follow the instructions to install.
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Drivers and Applications
WiFi (Option)
Windows 7/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "Wireless_15.3.1_Ds64.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7
(64-bit)\Intel_WiFi6235\WLAN\64bit", and then follow the instructions to install.
*: Then into the“Wireless Power Manager”to turn on the WLAN device.
Windows 7/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "Wireless_15.3.1_Ds32.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7
(32-bit)\Intel_WiFi6235\WLAN\32bit", and then follow the instructions to install.
*: Then into the“Wireless Power Manager”to turn on the WLAN device.
Windows 8/Ultimate 64-bit:
Run "Wireless_15.6_De64.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 8
(64-bit)\Intel_WiFi6235\WLAN\64bit", and then follow the instructions to install.
*: Then into the“Wireless Power Manager”to turn on the WLAN device.
Windows 8/Ultimate 32-bit:
Run "Wireless_15.6_De32.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 8
(32-bit)\Intel_WiFi6235\WLAN\", and then follow the instructions to install.
*: Then into the“Wireless Power Manager”to turn on the WLAN device.
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Drivers and Applications
Bluetooth (Option)
Windows 7/Ultimate 64-bit:
*: First into the "Wireless Power Manager" to turn on the Bluetooth device.
Run "BT_2.2_s64.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7
(64-bit)\Intel_WiFi6235\BT\64bit", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 7/Ultimate 32-bit:
*: First into the "Wireless Power Manager" to turn on the Bluetooth device.
Run "BT_2.2_s32.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7
(32-bit)\Intel_WiFi6235\BT\32bit", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 64-bit:
*: First into the "Wireless Power Manager" to turn on the Bluetooth device.
Run "BT_2.6.1211_e64.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 8
(64-bit)\Intel_WiFi6235\BT\64bit", and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 32-bit:
*: First into the "Wireless Power Manager" to turn on the Bluetooth device.
Run "BT_2.6.1211_e32.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7
(32-bit)\Intel_WiFi6235\BT\", and then follow the instructions to install.
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Drivers and Applications
GPS (Option)
Windows 7/Ultimate 64-bit:
*: First into the "Wireless Power Manager" to turn on the GPS device.
Run "ublox_A4_U5_USB_drv3264_install_UI.exe" in the directory of
"\Drivers\Windows 7 (64-bit)\UBlox 6H Driver", and then follow the instructions
to install.
Windows 7/Ultimate 32-bit:
*: First into the "Wireless Power Manager" to turn on the GPS device.
Run "ublox_A4_U5_USB_drv3264_install_UI.exe" in the directory of
"\Drivers\Windows 7 (32-bit)\UBlox 6H Driver", and then follow the instructions
to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 64-bit:
*: First into the "Wireless Power Manager" to turn on the GPS device.
Run "ublox_A4_U5_USB_drv3264_install_UI.exe" in the directory of
"\Drivers\Windows 8 (64-bit)\UBlox 6H Driver", and then follow the instructions
to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 32-bit:
*: First into the "Wireless Power Manager" to turn on the GPS device.
Run "ublox_A4_U5_USB_drv3264_install_UI.exe" in the directory of
"\Drivers\Windows 8 (32-bit)\UBlox 6H Driver", and then follow the instructions
to install.
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Drivers and Applications
WWAN (Option)
Windows 7/Ultimate 64-bit:
*: First into the“Wireless Power Manager”to turn on the WWAN device.
Install Driver:
Run "SWIGobi3kSetup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7
(64-bit)\AirPrime MC8305 HSPA module (Gobi)\GenericGobi3k", and then
follow the instructions to install.
Install MC8305 module AP:
Run "Watcher_Generic_Q.msi" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7
(64-bit)\AirPrime MC8305 HSPA module (Gobi)\", and then follow the
instructions to install.
Windows 7/Ultimate 32-bit:
*: First into the“Wireless Power Manager”to turn on the WWAN device.
Install Driver:
Run "SWIGobi3kSetup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7
(32-bit)\AirPrime MC8305 HSPA module (Gobi)\GenericGobi3k", and then
follow the instructions to install.
Install MC8305 module AP:
Run "Watcher_Generic_Q.msi" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7
(32-bit)\AirPrime MC8305 HSPA module (Gobi)\", and then follow the
instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 64-bit:
*: First into the“Wireless Power Manager”to turn on the WWAN device.
Install Driver:
Run "SWIQMIGobi3kSetup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 8
(64-bit)\AirPrime MC8305 HSPA module (Gobi)\GenericGobi3k", and then
follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 32-bit:
*: First into the“Wireless Power Manager”to turn on the WWAN device.
Install Driver:
Run "SWIQMIGobi3kSetup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7
(32-bit)\AirPrime MC8305 HSPA module (Gobi)\GenericGobi3k", and then
follow the instructions to install.
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Drivers and Applications
TPM (Option)
Windows 7/Ultimate 64-bit:
*: First into the "BIOS" to turn on the TPM device.
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7 (64-bit)\TPM",
and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 7/Ultimate 32-bit:
*: First into the "BIOS" to turn on the TPM device.
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 7 (32-bit)\TPM", and
then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 64-bit:
*: First into the "BIOS" to turn on the TPM device.
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 8 (64-bit)\TPM",
and then follow the instructions to install.
Windows 8/Ultimate 32-bit:
*: First into the "BIOS" to turn on the TPM device.
Run "setup.exe" in the directory of "\Drivers\Windows 8 (32-bit)\TPM", and
then follow the instructions to install.
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Specifications
Chapter Six - Specifications
Platform

Intel® Huron River Platform
CPU

Intel® Sandy Bridge i7-2610UE
(4 MB Intel Smart Cache Memory)
CPU runs at multiple speeds depending on the CPU type and operating
system. Also, CPU speed switches automatically by detecting AC adapter/
battery operation and busy state.
PCH

Intel® Cougar Point QM67
Memory

-
Max. 16GB System Memory
Industrial grade
DDR3 SO-DIMM x 2, 1333MHz
Display


-
Standard:
15” XGA LCD with LED B/L
Resolution: 1024 x 768
Brightness (min. ~ typ.): 400~500 nits
Optional:
15” SXGA+ LCD with LED B/L
Resolution: 1400 x 1050
Brightness (min. ~ typ.): 400~500 nits
Keyboard

Number of keys:

Key Travel:
87 Keys (standard 87-key w/o backlight)
89 keys (optional rubber 89-key with backlight)
2.8 mm (standard 87-key w/o backlight)
1.5 mm (optional rubber 89-key with backlight)
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Specifications
Touchpad


Type:
Life time:
PS/2 Resistive Touchpad
Over 5,000,000 strokes lifetime
Hard Disk Drive (HDD) / Optional Solid State Drive (SSD)



Type:
Height:
Interface:
2.5” (Removable)
9.5mm / 7mm
SATAⅡ
Optical Disk Drive (ODD)



Type:
Height:
Interface:
5.25” (Removable)
12.7mm
SATAⅡ
I/O Ports















PS/2 x1 (KB + mouse)
USB 3.0 x 2
USB 2.0 x 1 (USB Battery Charging)
IEEE1394a (Fire Wire) x 1
GLAN RJ45 x 1
Audio Jack x 3 (Line-in, Microphone, Headphone)
Express Card (PCI-e) x 1
Serial Port DB9 x 2 (COM1/2)
Serial Port DB9 x 2 (Optional: COM3/4)
DC Jack x 1
Optional: Military DC Jack
Printer Port x 1
VGA Port x 1
DVI Port x 1
Docking Port x 1
Optional: Military Connector Port x 2
Note:
 The max. baud rate for COM port supports to 115,200 bps.
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Specifications
AC Adapter






AC Input:
Frequency:
DC Output:
Maximum Power:
Dimension:
Weight:
100 - 240 V
50/60 Hz
19V
90 Watts Max. Output
130mm (W) x 60mm (D) x 34mm (H)
430 g (0.9 lb.)
Battery
Primary Battery:
 Type:
 Capacity:
 Dimension:
 Weight:
9 x 18650 cells Lithium Ion
10.8V 8700mAh
103 mm (W) x 73 mm (D) x 38 mm (H)
435 g
2nd Battery (Optional):
 Type:
9 x 18650 cells Lithium Ion
 Capacity:
10.8V 8700mAh
 Dimension:
137 mm (W) x 170 mm (D) x 22 mm (H)
 Weight:
560 g
Note:
 2nd battery is trade-off with ODD.
System Unit Dimensions and Weight

Dimensions (mm):
341.4 (L) x 283.4 (W) x 70.2 (H) (without Bumpers)
353 (L) x 301 (W) x 79.2 (H) (with Bumpers)

Weight: 5.5Kg (including ODD and Primary battery)
Note:
 Weight includes Primary battery, HDD, and ODD. Weight varies
depending on system configurations.
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Specifications
Materials and Recycling
Materials of the computer are as follows:
 Cabinet:
Aluminum Alloy ADC-12
Magnesium Alloy AZ91D
UL grade PC+ABS GE C6200 or TN-3813BW
 Bracket:
Aluminum 5052
Steel with Nickel Plating or Stainless Steel S304
 Cushion pad:
Silicon Rubber
TPE
 PCB:
FR-4
UL 94V0
 Battery:
Rechargeable Lithium Ion, 9 Cells per Pack
 Packing:
Carton - Unbleached Paper
Cushion - Recyclable EPE
Carrying bag - Recyclable PE Fiber
Quick Guide - Recycled/Recyclable Paper
Please recycle the parts according to the local regulations.
Environmental

Temperature:

Humidity:

Altitude:
-20 ~ +55ºC (-4 ~ +131ºF)
-40 ~ +70ºC (-40 ~ +158ºF)
5~95% Non-condensing
95% maximum
0 ~ 4,572 meters (0 ~ 15,000 feet)
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operating
storage
operating
storage
operating
Optional Devices
Chapter Seven - Optional Devices
Communication

WiFi/Bluetooth:
-
Intel® Centrino® Advanced-N 6235, Dual Band
-
Board Form Factor: PCIe Half Mini Card
-
Wi-Fi Certified: 802.11 a/b/g/n
-
Bluetooth: Supports BT 2.1, 2.1+EDR, 3.0, 3.0+HS, 4.0 (BLE)
-
Interface: PCIe (WiFi)/USB (BT)

WWAN: Gobi 3000 (USB interface, Mini PCIe form factor)

GPS:
-
U-blox LEA-6H (USB interface)
-
Supporting both GPS and GALILEO systems
Memory Card
The memory card will expand your memory to facilitate better system
performance. Industrial grade DDR3 SO-DIMM x 2 is available, supporting
4GB or 8GB DDR3 1333 memory cards. The maximum capacity is 16GB.
Touch Screen
The touch screen supports single touch function, featuring in normal or sunlight
readable.
Surge Protector/BVA Module
Surge protector and BVA functions are integrated into one module in the
computer. The module features in converting power from car lighters or truck
batteries to DC +19V and contains the reverse polarity protection and the
clamping of high voltage input.
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Optional Devices
Vehicle Adapter


EVA1275 External Vehicle Adaptor
-
DC Input Range: 12 ~ 32 V
-
DC Output Voltage: 19 V
-
Output Current: 5 A (at 28 V Input Voltage)
-
Ripple Voltage: 200 mA
-
Input Reverse Voltage Protection
-
Output Overvoltage Protection
-
Short-Circuit Protection and Current Limit
-
Complying with MIL-461F
-
Complying with MIL-1275D
EVA19040 External Vehicle Adaptor
-
DC Input Range: 12 ~ 32 V
-
DC Output Voltage: 19 V
-
Output Current: 4 A (at 28 V Input Voltage)
-
Ripple Voltage: 200 mA
-
Output Overvoltage Protection
-
Short-Circuit Protection and Current Limit
-
Complying with MIL-461F
2nd Battery
Trade-off with ODD, a Lithium Ion rechargeable 2nd battery may install into the
ODD-compartment. It shares the same capacity of primary battery and smart
battery compliance.
The computer’s internal charger can detect 2nd battery and perform charging
accordingly.
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Optional Devices
2nd HDD

Trade-off with ODD; set as SATA primary slave drive.
ODD


Removable ODD for disks playing
Compatible with VCD-ROM, DVD-ROM, and etc.
KB Dust Cover

KB Dust Cover is available for standard Keyboard
Dual Battery Charger RT202D
This charger provides two bays for the Primary and Secondary Batteries
respectively. It accepts power from AC adapter or vehicle adapter and charged
batteries.
COM 3/4 Additional Serial Ports

Supporting RS232, TTL, RS422, and RS485 formats.
Trust Platform Module (TPM)
There is an optional Trust Platform Module (TPM) equipped with this notebook
computer for users to strengthen the security. The TPM module can support to
-20ºC environment of operating temperature.
With TPM, users are able to encrypt the folders and files directly and make the
important file be more secure and be with an additional protection. In other
words, your TPM-encrypted files are basically protected with two layers. Even
if your TPM-encrypted files are hacked, the files can not to be read without
passwords and TPM chipset.
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Maintenance and Service
Chapter Eight - Maintenance and Service
Cleaning
ALWAYS turn OFF the power, unplug the power cord and remove the battery
before cleaning.
The exterior of the system and display may be wiped with a clean, soft, and
lint-free cloth. If there is difficulty removing dirt, apply non-ammonia,
non-alcohol based glass cleaner to the cloth and wipe.
An air gun is recommended for cleaning water and dust. For salty water please
clean with fresh water then blow-dry with an air gun. Be sure not to turn the
computer upside down while there is water being applied.
Troubleshooting
Should the computer fail to function properly, the troubleshooting steps below
may be followed.






Check AC/vehicle adapter, battery, and the power source.
Minimize the configuration, i.e. remove extra peripherals and devices.
Remove the modules one by one (HDD, ODD, Battery, etc.).
Remove the software suspected.
Set BIOS fail-safe default.
Re-install operating system and application software.
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Maintenance and Service
RMA Service
If troubleshooting steps are unsuccessful, consult your dealer for RMA.
Shipping instructions:
1.
Remove any personal disks or other media.
2.
Use the original shipping container and packing materials, if possible.
3.
If the original packing materials are not available, wrap the equipment with
soft material (e.g. PU/PE form) then put the wrapped equipment into a
hard cardboard shipping box.
4.
Include a sheet with the following information: (Note: Please keep a copy
of this sheet for your records)







Name
Address
Unit serial number
Place and date of purchase or the original invoice number
Date of failure
A DETAILED Description of the problems you have encountered
A list of the hardware/software configuration, if applicable.
5.
Clearly mark the outside of the shipping box with the RMA #. If RMA # is
not present on the shipping box, receiving will be unable to identify it and it
might be returned.
6.
Unless prior arrangements have been made, the customer is responsible
for all shipping costs. Unauthorized use of the company’s shipping
accounts is not permitted.
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