Yamaha DTR2 Specifications

TI Extensa 61X Series
(AcerNote 370P) Notebook
Service Guide
PART NO.: 2238309-0809
DOC. NO.:
PRINTED IN USA
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About this Manual
Purpose
This service guide contains reference information for the Extensa 610 notebook computer. It gives the
system and peripheral specifications, shows how to identify and solve system problems and explains the
procedure for removing and replacing system components. It also gives information for ordering spare
parts.
Manual Structure
This service guide consists of four chapters and seven appendices as follows:
Chapter 1
System Introduction
This chapter gives the technical specifications for the notebook and its peripherals.
Chapter 2
Major Chip Descriptions
This chapter lists the major chips used in the notebook and includes pin descriptions and related
diagrams of these chips.
Chapter 3
BIOS Setup Information
This chapter includes the system BIOS information, focusing on the BIOS setup utility.
Chapter 4
Disassembly and Unit Replacement
This chapter tells how to disassemble the notebook and replace components.
Appendix A
Model Number Definition
This appendix lists the model number definition of this notebook model series.
Appendix B
Exploded View Diagram
This appendix shows the exploded view diagram of the notebook.
Appendix C
Spare Parts List
This appendix contains spare parts information.
Appendix D
Schematics
This appendix contains the schematic diagrams of the notebook.
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Appendix E
BIOS POST Checkpoints
This appendix lists all the BIOS POST checkpoints.
Appendix F
Technical Bulletins and Updates
This appendix reserves a space for technical bulletins and future updates.
Appendix G
Forms
This appendix contains standard forms that can help improve customer service.
Related product information
AcerNote 370P User's Manual contains system description and general operating instructions.
M1521, M1523 and M7101 Data Sheets contain information on the Acer chips.
C&T 65550 Data Sheet contains detailed information on the Chips & Tech. VGA controller.
TI PCI1131 Data Sheet contains detailed information on the Texas Instrument PCMCIA controller.
NS87336VJG Data Sheet contains detailed information on the NS super I/O controller.
YMF715 Data Sheet contains detailed information on the Yamaha YMF715 audio controller.
T62.062.C, T62.061.C, T62.064.C, and T62.066.C Data Sheets contain detailed information on the Ambit
components.
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Conventions
The following are the conventions used in this manual:
Text entered by user
Screen messages
Represents text input by the user.
Denotes actual messages that appear onscreen.
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.
TIP
Tells how to accomplish a procedure with minimum steps through
little shortcuts.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1
1.1
1.2
System Introduction
Overview.......................................................................................................................... 1-1
1.1.1
Features ........................................................................................................... 1-2
1.1.2
Rear Ports ........................................................................................................ 1-3
1.1.3
Indicator Light ................................................................................................. 1-4
1.1.4
System Specifications Overview ....................................................................... 1-5
System Board Layout........................................................................................................ 1-7
1.2.1
Main Board (PCB No: 96149-SC) .................................................................... 1-7
1.2.2
Audio Connection Board (PCB No:96467-1).................................................... 1-9
1.2.3
Battery Connection Board (PCB No:95498-1) .................................................. 1-9
1.2.4
HDD Connection Board (PCB No:96463-1) ................................................... 1-10
1.2.5
Keyboard Connection Board (PCB No: 96465-1)............................................ 1-11
1.3
Jumpers and Connectors................................................................................................. 1-12
1.4
Hardware Configuration and Specification ..................................................................... 1-14
1.4.1
Memory Address Map.................................................................................... 1-14
1.4.2
Interrupt Channel Map................................................................................... 1-14
1.4.3
DMA Channel Map ....................................................................................... 1-15
1.4.4
I/O Address Map............................................................................................ 1-15
1.4.5
M7101 GPIO (General Purpose I/O) Port Definition ...................................... 1-16
1.4.6
Processor........................................................................................................ 1-16
1.4.7
BIOS.............................................................................................................. 1-17
1.4.8
System Memory ............................................................................................. 1-17
1.4.9
Second-Level Cache....................................................................................... 1-18
1.4.10
Video Memory ............................................................................................... 1-19
1.4.11
Video ............................................................................................................. 1-19
1.4.11.1
External CRT Resolution Support ............................................... 1-19
1.4.11.2
LCD Resolution Support ............................................................. 1-20
1.4.12
Parallel Port ................................................................................................... 1-21
1.4.13
Serial Port...................................................................................................... 1-21
1.4.14
Audio............................................................................................................. 1-22
1.4.15
PCMCIA........................................................................................................ 1-22
1.4.16
Touchpad ....................................................................................................... 1-23
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1.4.17
Keyboard........................................................................................................1-23
1.4.17.1
1.5
1.4.18
FDD ...............................................................................................................1-24
1.4.19
HDD...............................................................................................................1-24
1.4.20
CD-ROM........................................................................................................1-25
1.4.21
Battery............................................................................................................1-25
1.4.22
Charger ..........................................................................................................1-26
1.4.23
DC-DC Converter...........................................................................................1-27
1.4.24
DC-AC Inverter..............................................................................................1-27
1.4.25
LCD ...............................................................................................................1-28
1.4.26
AC Adapter ....................................................................................................1-29
Software Configuration and Specification .......................................................................1-30
1.5.1
1.5.2
BIOS ..............................................................................................................1-30
1.5.1.1
Keyboard Hotkey Definition.........................................................1-30
1.5.1.2
MultiBoot ....................................................................................1-31
1.5.1.3
Power Management .....................................................................1-31
Drivers, Applications and Utilities..................................................................1-36
1.6
System Block Diagram ...................................................................................................1-38
1.7
Environmental Requirements..........................................................................................1-39
1.8
Mechanical Specifications ..............................................................................................1-40
Chapter 2
Major Chips Description
2.1
Major Component List......................................................................................................2-1
2.2
ALI M1521 ......................................................................................................................2-2
2.3
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Windows 95 Keys ........................................................................1-23
2.2.1
Features............................................................................................................2-2
2.2.2
Block Diagram .................................................................................................2-4
2.2.3
System Architecture .........................................................................................2-5
2.2.4
Data Path .........................................................................................................2-6
2.2.5
Pin Diagram .....................................................................................................2-7
2.2.6
Signal Descriptions ..........................................................................................2-8
ALI M1523 ....................................................................................................................2-14
2.3.1
Features..........................................................................................................2-14
2.3.2
Block Diagram ...............................................................................................2-16
2.3.3
Pin Diagram ...................................................................................................2-17
2.3.4
Signal Descriptions ........................................................................................2-18
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
ALI M7101 (Power Management Unit) .......................................................................... 2-24
2.4.1
Features ......................................................................................................... 2-24
2.4.2
Pin Diagram................................................................................................... 2-25
2.4.3
Pin Description .............................................................................................. 2-26
2.4.4
Different Pin definition setting ....................................................................... 2-34
2.4.5
Numerical Pin List ......................................................................................... 2-36
2.4.6
Alphabetical Pin List...................................................................................... 2-37
2.4.7
Function Description...................................................................................... 2-38
C&T 65550 High Performance Flat Panel/CRT VGA Controller.................................... 2-40
2.5.1
Features ......................................................................................................... 2-40
2.5.2
Block Diagram............................................................................................... 2-41
2.5.3
Pin Diagram................................................................................................... 2-42
2.5.4
Pin Descriptions............................................................................................. 2-43
TI PCI1131 CardBus Controller ..................................................................................... 2-56
2.6.1
Overview........................................................................................................ 2-56
2.6.2
Architecture ................................................................................................... 2-57
2.6.3
Features ......................................................................................................... 2-57
2.6.4
Block Diagram............................................................................................... 2-59
2.6.5
Pin Diagram................................................................................................... 2-61
2.6.6
Terminal Functions........................................................................................ 2-63
NS87336VJG Super I/O Controller ................................................................................ 2-75
2.7.1
Features ......................................................................................................... 2-75
2.7.2
Block Diagram............................................................................................... 2-77
2.7.3
Pin Diagram................................................................................................... 2-78
2.7.4
Pin Description .............................................................................................. 2-79
Yamaha YMF715 Audio Chip........................................................................................ 2-87
2.8.1
Features ......................................................................................................... 2-87
2.8.2
Pin Diagram................................................................................................... 2-88
2.8.3
Pin Descriptions............................................................................................. 2-89
T62.062.C Battery Charger ............................................................................................ 2-91
2.9.1
Overview........................................................................................................ 2-91
2.9.2
Features ......................................................................................................... 2-91
2.9.3
Absolute Maximum Ratings ........................................................................... 2-92
2.9.4
Electrical Characteristics................................................................................ 2-92
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2.10
2.11
2.12
2.9.5
Pin Diagram ...................................................................................................2-94
2.9.6
Pin Description...............................................................................................2-95
2.9.7
Functions Description.....................................................................................2-96
Charge Function ..........................................................................2-96
2.9.7.2
Discharge Function......................................................................2-96
2.9.7.3
Safety Concerns...........................................................................2-97
T62.061.C DC-DC Converter .........................................................................................2-98
2.10.1
Pin Diagram ...................................................................................................2-98
2.10.2
Pin Assignment ..............................................................................................2-98
2.10.3
Specifications .................................................................................................2-99
2.10.4
Control.........................................................................................................2-100
2.10.5
Application: .................................................................................................2-100
T62.064.C DC-AC Inverter (11.3”) ..............................................................................2-102
2.11.1
Electrical Specifications ...............................................................................2-102
2.11.2
Pin & Connector Assignment .......................................................................2-103
2.11.3
Top Overlay .................................................................................................2-104
2.11.4
Bottom Overlay ............................................................................................2-104
T62.066.C DC-AC Inverter (12.1”) ..............................................................................2-105
2.12.1
Electrical Specifications ...............................................................................2-105
2.12.2
Pin & Connector Assignment .......................................................................2-106
2.12.3
Top Overlay .................................................................................................2-107
2.12.4
Bottom Overlay ............................................................................................2-107
Chapter 3
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2.9.7.1
BIOS Setup Information
3.1
When to Use Setup ...........................................................................................................3-1
3.2
Entering Setup..................................................................................................................3-2
3.3
Basic System Configuration..............................................................................................3-4
3.3.1
Date and Time..................................................................................................3-4
3.3.2
Floppy Disk Drives...........................................................................................3-4
3.3.3
Hard Disk Drive ...............................................................................................3-4
3.3.4
Large Hard Disk Capacity ................................................................................3-4
3.3.5
Memory Test ....................................................................................................3-5
3.3.6
Boot Display.....................................................................................................3-5
3.3.7
Quiet Boot ........................................................................................................3-5
3.4
3.5
System Security................................................................................................................ 3-6
3.4.1
Floppy Disk Drive Control ............................................................................... 3-6
3.4.2
Hard Disk Drive Control .................................................................................. 3-6
3.4.3
System Boot Drive Control............................................................................... 3-7
3.4.4
CD-ROM Bootable........................................................................................... 3-7
3.4.5
Serial Port 1 Base Address ............................................................................... 3-8
3.4.6
Parallel Port Base Address ............................................................................... 3-8
3.4.7
Parallel Port Operation Mode ........................................................................... 3-8
3.4.8
Passwords ........................................................................................................ 3-9
3.4.9
CardBus Support............................................................................................ 3-10
Power Management Settings .......................................................................................... 3-11
3.5.1
Power Management Mode.............................................................................. 3-11
3.5.2
Display Standby Timer................................................................................... 3-11
3.5.3
Hard Disk Standby Timer............................................................................... 3-11
3.5.4
System Sleep Timer ....................................................................................... 3-12
3.5.5
System Sleep Mode ........................................................................................ 3-12
3.5.6
System Resume Timer Mode .......................................................................... 3-12
3.5.7
System Resume Date and Time ...................................................................... 3-12
3.5.8
Modem Ring Resume On Indicator ................................................................ 3-12
3.5.9
Battery-low Warning Beep ............................................................................. 3-13
3.5.10
Sleep Upon Battery-low.................................................................................. 3-13
3.6
System Information Reference........................................................................................ 3-14
3.7
Load Setup Default Settings ........................................................................................... 3-16
Chapter 4
4.1
Disassembly and Unit Replacement
General Information......................................................................................................... 4-2
4.1.1
Before You Begin............................................................................................. 4-2
4.1.2
Connector Types .............................................................................................. 4-3
4.1.3
Disassembly Sequence...................................................................................... 4-4
4.2
Replacing Memory ........................................................................................................... 4-6
4.3
Removing the Hard Disk Drive ........................................................................................ 4-7
4.4
Removing the Keyboard ................................................................................................... 4-9
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4.5
4.6
Disassembling the Inside Frame Assembly .....................................................................4-10
4.5.1
Removing the Heat Sink Assembly .................................................................4-10
4.5.2
Removing the Internal Drive ..........................................................................4-11
4.5.3
Replacing the CPU .........................................................................................4-12
4.5.4
Removing the Display ....................................................................................4-13
4.5.5
Detaching the Top Cover................................................................................4-14
4.5.6
Removing the Base Assembly .........................................................................4-16
4.5.7
Removing the Motherboard ............................................................................4-17
4.5.8
Disassembling the Motherboard......................................................................4-20
4.5.9
Removing the Touchpad.................................................................................4-21
Disassembling the Display..............................................................................................4-22
Appendix A
Model Number Definition
Appendix B
Exploded View Diagram
Appendix C
Spare Parts List
Appendix D
Schematics
Appendix E
BIOS POST Checkpoints
Appendix F
Technical Bulletins and Updates
Appendix G
Forms
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List of Figures
1-1
Notebook.......................................................................................................................... 1-1
1-2
Rear Ports ........................................................................................................................ 1-3
1-3
Indicator Light ................................................................................................................. 1-4
1-4
Main Board Layout (Top Side) ......................................................................................... 1-7
1-5
Main Board Layout (Bottom Side).................................................................................... 1-8
1-6
Audio Connection Board Layout (Top Side) ..................................................................... 1-9
1-7
Battery Connection Board Layout (Top Side) ................................................................... 1-9
1-8
Battery Connection Board Layout (Bottom Side) .............................................................. 1-9
1-9
HDD Connection Board Layout (Top Side) .................................................................... 1-10
1-10
HDD Connection Board Layout (Bottom Side) ............................................................... 1-10
1-11
Keyboard Connection Board Layout (Top Side).............................................................. 1-11
1-12
Keyboard Connection Board Layout (Bottom Side)......................................................... 1-11
1-13
Jumpers and Connectors (Top View).............................................................................. 1-12
1-14
Power Management Block Diagram ............................................................................... 1-31
1-15
System Block Diagram................................................................................................... 1-38
2-1
Alladin III Block Diagram ............................................................................................... 2-4
2-2
Alladin III System Architecture........................................................................................ 2-5
2-3
M1521 Data Path ............................................................................................................. 2-6
2-4
M1521 Pin Diagram......................................................................................................... 2-7
2-5
M1523 Block Diagram................................................................................................... 2-16
2-6
M1523 Pin Diagram....................................................................................................... 2-17
2-7
M7101 Pin Diagram...................................................................................................... 2-25
2-8
State Machine for PCI Interface ..................................................................................... 2-39
2-9
C&T 65550 Block Diagram............................................................................................ 2-41
2-10
C&T 65550 Pin Diagram ............................................................................................... 2-42
2-11
Functional Block Diagram - 16-bit PC Card Interface .................................................... 2-59
2-12
Functional block diagram - CardBus Card Interface ....................................................... 2-60
2-13
PCI-to-PC Card (16-bit) terminal assignments ............................................................... 2-61
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2-14
PCI-to-CardBus terminal assignments ............................................................................2-62
2-15
NS87336VJG Block Diagram .........................................................................................2-77
2-16
NS87336VJG Pin Diagram.............................................................................................2-78
2-17
YMF715 Block Diagram ................................................................................................2-88
2-18
T62.062.C Pin Diagram..................................................................................................2-94
2-19
T62.061.C Pin Diagram..................................................................................................2-98
2-20
T62.064.C DC-AC Inverter Top Overlay diagram ........................................................2-104
2-21
T62.064.C DC-AC Inverter Bottom Overlay diagram ...................................................2-104
2-22
T62.066.C DC-AC Inverter Top Overlay diagram ........................................................2-107
2-23
T62.066.C DC-AC Inverter Bottom Overlay diagram ...................................................2-107
4-1
Removing the Battery Pack...............................................................................................4-2
4-2
Using Connectors With Locks ..........................................................................................4-3
4-3
Disassembly Sequence Flowchart......................................................................................4-5
4-4
Removing the Memory Door.............................................................................................4-6
4-5
Installing and Removing Memory.....................................................................................4-6
4-6
Removing the Hard Disk Drive Bay Cover........................................................................4-7
4-7
Removing the Hard Disk Drive.........................................................................................4-8
4-8
Removing the Display Hinge Covers.................................................................................4-9
4-9
Unplugging the Keyboard Connectors...............................................................................4-9
4-10
Removing the Heat Sink Assembly Screws .....................................................................4-10
4-11
Removing the Internal Drive ..........................................................................................4-11
4-12
Replacing the CPU .........................................................................................................4-12
4-13
Unplugging the Display Cable ........................................................................................4-13
4-14
Removing the Display Hinge Screws ..............................................................................4-13
4-15
Removing the Bottom Screws .........................................................................................4-14
4-16
Detaching the Top Cover from the Base Assembly..........................................................4-15
4-17
Detaching the Base Assembly .........................................................................................4-16
4-18
Removing the Fan ..........................................................................................................4-17
4-19
Removing the Audio Board.............................................................................................4-17
4-20
Removing the Battery Connector Board.......................................................................... 4-18
4-21
Unplugging the LCD Cover Switch and Speaker Cables................................................. 4-18
4-22
Removing the Charger Board ......................................................................................... 4-19
4-23
Detaching the Motherboard from the Inside Assembly Frame......................................... 4-19
4-24
Removing the PC Card Slot Unit.................................................................................... 4-20
4-25
Removing the Keyboard Connection Board .................................................................... 4-20
4-26
Removing the Touchpad................................................................................................. 4-21
4-27
Removing the LCD Bumpers.......................................................................................... 4-22
4-28
Removing the Display Bezel Screws............................................................................... 4-22
4-29
Removing the Display Bezel........................................................................................... 4-23
4-30
Removing the Hinge Cable Cover................................................................................... 4-23
4-31
Removing the LCD Panel............................................................................................... 4-24
4-32
Removing the LCD ........................................................................................................ 4-24
4-33
Removing the DC-AC Inverter and LCD ID Inverter Boards.......................................... 4-25
4-34
Removing the Display Cable Assembly .......................................................................... 4-25
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List of Tables
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1-1
Port Descriptions .............................................................................................................1-3
1-2
Indicator Status Descriptions ............................................................................................1-4
1-3
System Specifications .......................................................................................................1-5
1-3
System Specifications (continued).....................................................................................1-6
1-4
CPU Voltage (S1) Settings..............................................................................................1-13
1-5
CPU Speed (SW3) Settings.............................................................................................1-13
1-6
Multi-Function Switch (SW2) Settings ...........................................................................1-13
1-7
Memory Address Map ....................................................................................................1-14
1-8
Interrupt Channel Map ...................................................................................................1-14
1-9
DMA Channel Map........................................................................................................1-15
1-10
I/O Address Map ............................................................................................................1-15
1-11
M7101 GPIO Port Definition..........................................................................................1-16
1-12
Processor Specifications..................................................................................................1-16
1-13
BIOS Specifications........................................................................................................1-17
1-14
Memory Configurations..................................................................................................1-18
1-15
Video RAM Configuration .............................................................................................1-19
1-16
Video Hardware Specification.........................................................................................1-19
1-17
Supported External CRT Resolutions..............................................................................1-19
1-18
Supported LCD Resolutions............................................................................................1-20
1-19
Parallel Port Configurations............................................................................................1-21
1-20
Serial Port Configurations ..............................................................................................1-21
1-21
Audio Specifications.......................................................................................................1-22
1-22
PCMCIA Specifications..................................................................................................1-22
1-23
Touchpad Specifications .................................................................................................1-23
1-24
Keyboard Specifications..................................................................................................1-23
1-25
Windows 95 Key Descriptions ........................................................................................1-23
1-26
FDD Specifications.........................................................................................................1-24
1-27
HDD Specifications ........................................................................................................1-24
1-28
CD-ROM Specifications................................................................................................. 1-25
1-29
Battery Specifications..................................................................................................... 1-25
1-30
Charger Specifications ................................................................................................... 1-26
1-31
DC-DC Converter Specifications.................................................................................... 1-27
1-32
DC-AC Inverter Specifications....................................................................................... 1-27
1-33
LCD Specifications ........................................................................................................ 1-28
1-34
AC Adapter Specifications ............................................................................................. 1-29
1-35
Hotkey Descriptions ....................................................................................................... 1-30
1-36
Standby Mode Conditions and Descriptions.................................................................... 1-32
1-37
Suspend Mode Conditions and Descriptions ................................................................... 1-34
1-38
Display Standby Mode Conditions and Descriptions....................................................... 1-34
1-39
Hard Disk Standby Mode Conditions and Descriptions................................................... 1-35
1-40
Location of Drivers in the System Utility CD.................................................................. 1-36
1-41
Location of Applications in the System Utility CD ......................................................... 1-36
1-42
Environmental Requirements ......................................................................................... 1-38
1-43
Mechanical Specifications .............................................................................................. 1-39
2-1
Major Chips List .............................................................................................................. 2-1
2-2
M1521 Signal Descriptions .............................................................................................. 2-8
2-3
M1523 Signal Descriptions ............................................................................................ 2-18
2-4
M7101 Pin Descriptions................................................................................................. 2-26
2-5
M7101 Different Pin Definition Setting.......................................................................... 2-34
2-6
M7101 Original Pin Definition Setting........................................................................... 2-35
2-7
M7101 Numerical Pin List ............................................................................................. 2-36
2-8
M7101 Alphabetical Pin List.......................................................................................... 2-37
2-9
M7101 PCI Interface Lock Register................................................................................ 2-39
2-10
C&T 65550 Pin Descriptions.......................................................................................... 2-43
2-11
Flat Panel Display Interface Configurations.................................................................... 2-54
2-12
Bus Output Signal Status During Standby Mode............................................................. 2-55
2-13
PCI1131 Pin Descriptions .............................................................................................. 2-63
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2-14
NS87336VJG Pin Descriptions .......................................................................................2-79
2-15
YMF715 Descriptions.....................................................................................................2-89
2-16
T62.062.C Absolute Maximum Ratings Table ................................................................2-92
2-17
T62.062.C Electrical Characteristics Table .....................................................................2-92
2-18
T62.062.C Pin Description table.....................................................................................2-95
2-19
T62.061.C Pin Descriptions............................................................................................2-98
2-20
MAXIMUM RATINGS................................................................................................2-102
2-21
Electrical Characteristics ..............................................................................................2-102
2-22
Pin Description.............................................................................................................2-103
2-23
Pin Description.............................................................................................................2-103
2-24
MAXIMUM RATINGS................................................................................................2-105
2-25
Electrical Characteristics ..............................................................................................2-105
2-26
J1: 52103-1217 (MOLEX) Pin Description..................................................................2-106
2-27
J2:SM02(8.0)B-BHS-1-TB2P (JST) Pin Description .....................................................2-106
3-1
Display Device Settings ....................................................................................................3-5
3-2
Floppy Disk Drive Control Settings ..................................................................................3-6
3-3
Hard Disk Drive Control Settings .....................................................................................3-6
3-4
System Boot Drive Control Settings..................................................................................3-7
3-5
CD-ROM Image Descriptions...........................................................................................3-7
3-6
System Status Descriptions .............................................................................................3-15
4-1
Guide to Disassembly Sequence........................................................................................4-4
C-1
Spare Parts List ............................................................................................................... C-1
E-1
POST Checkpoint List..................................................................................................... E-1
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C h a p t e r
1
System Introduction
This chapter introduces the notebook, its features, components and specifications.
1.1
Overview
The notebook was designed with the user in mind. The figure below shows the notebook with the display
open.
Figure 1-1
Notebook
System Introduction
1-1
1.1.1
Features
Here are just a few of the notebook’s many features:
Performance
•
High-end Pentium microprocessor
•
Support 64-bit main memory and external (L2) cache memory
•
Large LCD display (DualScan STN and TFT active matrix.)
•
PCI local bus video with graphics acceleration and 1MB video RAM boost video performance
•
Internal 3.5-inch floppy drive or CD-ROM drive
•
High-capacity, Enhanced-IDE hard disk
•
Lithium-Ion or Nickel Metal-Hydride battery pack
•
Power management system with standby and hibernation power saving modes
Multimedia
•
16-bit stereo audio with software wavetable
•
Built-in dual speakers
• Ultra-slim, high-speed CD-ROM drive1
Human-centric Design and Ergonomics
•
Lightweight and slim
•
Sleek, smooth and stylish design
•
Full-sized keyboard
•
Wide and curved palm rest
•
Centrally-located touchpad pointing device
Expansion
•
PC card (formerly PCMCIA) slots (two type II/I or one type III) with ZV (Zoomed Video) port support
•
Upgradeable memory, hard disk, CPU
1 Some areas or regions may not offer models with a built-in CD-ROM drive.
1-2
Service Guide
1.1.2
1
2
3
4
5
Rear Ports
DC-in Port
Microphone-in Port
Line-in Port
Line-out Port
External Floppy Drive Connector
6
7
8
9
Serial Port
Parallel Port
External CRT Port
PS/2 Port
Figure 1-2
Rear Ports
The following table describes these ports.
Table 1-1
Port Descriptions
#
Icon
Port
Connects to...
1
DC-in Port
AC adapter and power outlet
2
Microphone-in Port
External 3.5mm minijack condenser microphone
3
Line-in Port
Line-in device (e.g., CD player, stereo walkman)
4
Line-out Port
Line-out device (e.g., speakers, headphones)
5
External Floppy Drive Connector
External floppy drive
6
Serial Port
Serial device (e.g., serial mouse)
7
Parallel Port
Parallel device (e.g., parallel printer)
8
External CRT port
Monitor (up to 1024x768, 256-colors )
9
PS/2 Port
PS/2-compatible device
(e.g., PS/2 keyboard, keypad, mouse)
1.1.3
Indicator Light
A two-way indicator light is found on the inside and outside of the display. See figure below.
System Introduction
1-3
Indicator
Light
Indicator
Light
Figure 1-3
Indicator Light
This two-way indicator light allows you to see the notebook status when the display is open or closed. The
indicator serves both as a power and battery-charging indicator. See Table 1-2.
Table 1-2
Indicator Status Descriptions
Indicator Status
Power Switch
Condition
Green
On
Charged battery is installed or a power AC adapter is connected to the
notebook.
Red
Off
Battery is installed and a powered AC adapter is connected to the
notebook and charging the battery (rapid charge mode).
Orange
On
Battery is installed and a powered AC adapter is connected to the
notebook and charging the battery (charge-in-use mode).
Flashing
On
Battery is running low on power and no AC adapter is connected to the
notebook.
1-4
Service Guide
1.1.4
System Specifications Overview
Table 1-3
System Specifications
Item
Standard
Optional
Microprocessor
Intel Pentium™ processor
(Intel P54CSLM 120/133/150 MHz)
Intel P55CLM - 133/150 with MMX
System memory
8MB / 16MB
Dual 64-bit memory banks
Expandable to 64MB using 8, 16 and 32MB
soDIMMs
Flash ROM BIOS
256KB
Data storage devices
Removable 12.5mm, 2.5-inch, 1.0GB
Enhanced-IDE hard disk
1+GB Enhanced-IDE hard disk drive
CD-ROM model
Internal 15mm, 5.25-inch high-speed
CD-ROM drive
External 3.5-inch, 1.44MB diskette drive
FDD model
Internal 3.5-inch, 1.44MB floppy drive
Display
DualScan STN or TFT active matrix,
800x600, 256 colors (SVGA)
Up to 1024x768, 256-color ultra-VGA
monitor
LCD projection panel
Video
PCI local bus video with graphics
accelerator and 1MB video RAM
Audio
16-bit stereo audio; built-in dual
speakers; separate audio ports
Keyboard and pointing
device
84-/85-/88-key with Windows 95 keys
101-/102-key, PS/2-compatible keyboard or
17-key numeric keypad
Touchpad (centrally-located on palmrest)
External serial or PS/2 mouse or similar
pointing device
One 9-pin RS-232 serial port
(UART16550-compatible)
Serial mouse, printer or other serial devices
I/O ports
Parallel printer or other parallel devices
One 25-pin parallel port
(EPP/ECP-compliant)
One 15-pin CRT port
One 6-pin PS/2 keypad/ keyboard/mouse
connector
Up to a 1024x768, 256-color
ultra-VGA monitor
17-key numeric keypad, PS/2 keyboard or
mouse
LAN card or other PC cards
One type III or two type II PC Card
slot(s) with ZV port support
External diskette drive
One external FDD port
System Introduction
1-5
Table 1-3
System Specifications (continued)
Item
I/O ports (continued)
Standard
Optional
One 3.5mm minijack mic-in port
Microphone
One 3.5mm minijack line-in port
Audio CD player or other line-in devices
One 3.5mm minijack line-out port
Speakers or headphones
Operating system
Windows 95
Windows 3.1
Weight
FDD model
CD-ROM model
(includes battery)
2.6 kg. (5.7 lbs.)
2.8 kg. (6.2 lbs.)
Dimensions
(main footprint)
WxDxH
306mm x 228mm x 46mm
(12.05” x 8.98” x 1.81”)
Temperature
Operating
Non-operating
10ºC ~ 35ºC
-20ºC ~ 60ºC
Humidity
Operating
Non-operating
(non-condensing)
20% ~ 80%
20% ~ 80%
AC adapter
100~240 Vac, 50~60 Hz, 45W autosensing
AC adapter
Extra AC adapter
4-5 hr. (rapid-charge)
Extra battery pack
External battery charger/discharger
Battery pack
Lithium-Ion
6-8 hr. (charge-in-use)
Nickel Metal-Hydride
battery
1-6
2-2.5 hr. (rapid-charge)
5.5-6.5 hr. (charge-in-use)
Extra battery pack
External battery charger/discharger
Service Guide
1.2
System Board Layout
1.2.1
Main Board (PCB No: 96149-SC)
Note: This switch setting is not for Extensa 610 use.
Figure 1-4
Main Board Layout (Top Side)
System Introduction
1-7
Figure 1-5
1-8
Main Board Layout (Bottom Side)
Service Guide
1.2.2
Figure 1-6
1.2.3
Audio Connection Board (PCB No:96467-1)
Audio Connection Board Layout (Top Side)
Battery Connection Board (PCB No:95498-1)
Figure 1-7
Battery Connection Board Layout (Top Side)
Figure 1-8
Battery Connection Board Layout (Bottom Side)
System Introduction
1-9
1.2.4
HDD Connection Board (PCB No:96463-1)
Figure 1-9
HDD Connection Board Layout (Top Side)
Figure 1-10
HDD Connection Board Layout (Bottom Side)
1-10
Service Guide
1.2.5
Keyboard Connection Board (PCB No: 96465-1)
Figure 1-11
Keyboard Connection Board Layout (Top Side)
Figure 1-12
Keyboard Connection Board Layout (Bottom Side)
System Introduction
1-11
1.3
Jumpers and Connectors
CN7
CN1
CN2
CN8 CN9
CN3
CN10
CN4
CN5
CN11
CN6
CN12
CN13
CN14
CN15
CN17
CN16
SW3
SW2
CN18
CN19
S1
Golden Finger for
Debug Card
NOTE: The shaded area
(Black) indicates the position
of the switch.
CN1
CN2
CN3
CN4
CN5
CN6
CN7
CN8
CN9
CN10
CN11
External PS/2 keyboard/mouse port
VGA port
Parallel port
Serial port
External floppy drive port
LCD Connector
Audio speaker connector (left)
LCD cover switch connector
Fan connector
Audio speaker connector (right)
Charger Connector
Figure 1-13
1-12
CN12
CN13
CN14
CN15
CN16
CN17
CN18
CN19
S1
SW2
SW3
Audio Board Connector
PCMCIA socket connector
Diskette Drive connector
HDD Connector
Keyboard connector
CD-ROM connector
Battery pack connector
Track Point Board Connector
CPU Voltage Setting
Function Setting
CPU Speed Setting
Jumpers and Connectors (Top View)
Service Guide
Table 1-4
CPU Voltage (S1) Settings
CPU Voltage
2.35V
2.45V
2.9V
3.1V
Switch 1
Off
Off
Off
Off
Switch 2
Off
On
Off
Off
Switch 3
On
Off
Off
Off
Switch 4
Off
Off
Off
On
Table 1-5
CPU Speed (SW3) Settings
CPU Speed
120MHz
133MHz
150MHz
Switch 1
Off
On
Off
Switch 2
On
Off
On
Switch 3
Off
Off
On
Switch 4
On
On
On
ON
OFF
Table 1-6
Multi-Function Switch (SW2) Settings
Switch
1
Keyboard Type (Default OFF)
-
-
2
Keyboard Type
88-key (Japan keyboard)
84/85-key (U.S. keyboard)
3
Password
Bypass
Check
4
Generic boot-up screen show on screen in
POST
No
Yes
System Introduction
1-13
1.4
Hardware Configuration and Specification
1.4.1
Memory Address Map
Table 1-7
Memory Address Map
Address Range
Definition
Function
000000 - 09FFFF
640 KB memory
Base memory
0A0000 - 0BFFFF
128 KB video RAM
Reserved for graphics display buffer
0C0000 - 0CBFFF
Video BIOS
Video BIOS
0E0000 - 0EFFFF
128 KB system BIOS
System BIOS
0F0000 - 0FFFFF
System BIOS
10000 - 7FFFF
80000 - 27FFF
Extended memory
Onboard Memory
SIMM memory
FE0000 - FFFFFF
256 KB system ROM
Duplicate of code assignment at 0E0000-0FFFFF
1.4.2
Interrupt Channel Map
Table 1-8
Interrupt Channel Map
Priority
Interrupt Number
1
2
3
4
SMI
NMI
IRQ 0
IRQ 1
IRQ 2
IRQ 8
IRQ 9
IRQ 10
IRQ 11
IRQ 12
IRQ 13
IRQ 14
IRQ 15
IRQ 3
IRQ 4
IRQ 5
IRQ 6
IRQ 7
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Interrupt Source
Power management unit
Parity error detected, I/O channel error
Interval timer, counter 0 output
Keyboard
Interrupt from controller 2 (cascade)
Real-time clock
Cascaded to INT 0AH (IRQ 2)
Audio (option) / PCMCIA
Audio (option) / PCMCIA
PS/2 mouse
INT from coprocessor
Hard disk controller
CD-ROM controller
Serial communication port 2
Serial communication port 1
Parallel port (option) / Audio
Diskette controller
Parallel port (option)
A PCMCIA card can use IRQ 3, 4, 5, 7, 9 and 11 as long as it does not conflict with the
interrupt address of any other device.
1.4.3
DMA Channel Map
Table 1-9
1-14
DMA Channel Map
Controller
Channel
Address
Function
1
0
0087
Audio (option)/ECP(option)
Service Guide
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
1.4.4
0083
0081
0082
Cascade
008B
0089
008A
Audio
Diskette
Audio (option)/ECP(option)
Cascade
Spare
-
I/O Address Map
Table 1-10
I/O Address Map
Address Range
000 - 00F
020 - 021
040 - 043
048 - 04B
060 - 064
070 - 071
080 - 08F
0A0 - 0A1
0C0 - 0DF
170 - 177
178, 17A
1F0 - 1F7
3F6, 3F7
220 - 22F, 240 - 24F
300 - 301, 330 - 331
370 - 371, 388 - 38F
530 - 537, E80 - E89
278 - 27F
2E8 - 2EF
2F8 - 2FF
378, 37A
3BC - 3BE
3B4, 3B5, 3BA
3C0 - 3C5
3C6 - 3C9
3C0 - 3CF
3D0 - 3DF
3E0 - 3E1
3E8 - 3EF
3F0 - 3F7
3F8 - 3FF
CF8 - CFF
System Introduction
Device
DMA controller-1
Interrupt controller-1
Timer 1
Timer 2
Keyboard controller 38802 chip select
Real-time clock and NMI mask
DMA page register
Interrupt controller-2
DMA controller-2
CD-ROM
M7101 registers
Hard disk select
Audio (option) - default
Audio (option)
Audio (option)
Audio (option)
Parallel port 3
COM 4
COM 2
Parallel port 2
Parallel port 1
Video subsystem
Video DAC
Enhanced graphics display
Color graphics adapter
PCMCIA controller
COM3
Floppy disk controller
COM 1
PCI configuration register
1-15
1.4.5
M7101 GPIO (General Purpose I/O) Port Definition
Table 1-11
M7101 GPIO Port Definition
Item
Description
GPIOA2
Smart inverter contrast counter control
GPIOA3
0: Normal operation of system
1: Shutdown system
GPIOA4
Serial data on X24C02
GPIOA5
Battery gauge communication control
GPIOA6
Battery data line
GPIOA7
Thermal sensor data line
GPIOC6
VGA thermal sensor data line
GPIOC7
0: VGA chip standby mode
1: Normal operation
Register E0h bit 8
Serial clock on X24C02
Register E0h bit 9
0: Disable 12V for flash ROM
1: Enable 12V for flash ROM
Register E0h bit 10
0: 3 mode FDD
1: Normal
Register E0h bit 11
Thermal sensor clock line
Register E0h bit 12
Thermal sensor reset
Register E0h bit 13
0: Enable battery LED
1: Disable battery LED
Register E0h bit 14
0: Disable audio amplifier
1: Enable audio amplifier
Register E1h bit 0
0: NiMH battery
1: Li-ion battery
Register E1h bit 1
1.4.6
CPU thermal high
Processor
Table 1-12
Processor Specifications
Item
Specification
CPU type
P54CSLM-120,P54CSLM-133, P54CSLM-150, P55CLM-133,
P55CLM - 150
CPU package
SPGA
Switchable processor speed (Y/N)
Yes
Minimum working speed
0MHz while hibernation mode
CPU voltage
3.1V/2.9V/2.45V
1.4.7
Table 1-13
1-16
BIOS
BIOS Specifications
Service Guide
Item
Specification
BIOS vendor
Acer
BIOS version
v2.1
BIOS in flash EPROM (Y/N)
Yes
BIOS ROM size
256KB
BIOS package type
32-pin TSOP
Same BIOS for STN color/TFT color (Y/N)
Yes
The BIOS can be overwritten/upgradeable using the “AFLASH” utility (AFLASH.EXE).
Please refer to software specification section for details.
1.4.8
System Memory
Memory is upgradeable from 8 to 64 MB, employing 8-/16-/32-MB 64-bit soDIMMs (Small Outline Dual
Inline Memory Modules). After installing the memory modules, the system automatically detects and
reconfigures the total memory size during the POST routines. The following lists important memory
specifications.
•
Memory bus width: 64-bit
•
Expansion RAM module type:144-pin, 64-bit, small outline Dual Inline Memory Module (soDIMM)
•
Expansion RAM module size/configuration:
•
8MB (1M*16 x4)
•
16MB (2M*8 x8)
•
32MB (4M*16 x4)
•
Expansion RAM module speed/voltage/package: 60ns/3.3v/TSOP EDO
•
EDO and fast-page mode DIMMs may be used together in a memory configuration.
System Introduction
1-17
The following table lists all possible memory configurations.
Table 1-14
Memory Configurations
1.4.9
Slot 1
Slot 2
Total Memory
8 MB
0 MB
8 MB
0 MB
8 MB
8 MB
8 MB
8 MB
16 MB
16 MB
0 MB
16 MB
0 MB
16 MB
16 MB
16 MB
8 MB
24 MB
8 MB
16 MB
24 MB
16 MB
16 MB
32 MB
32 MB
0 MB
32 MB
0 MB
32 MB
32 MB
32 MB
8 MB
40 MB
8 MB
32 MB
40 MB
32 MB
16 MB
48 MB
16 MB
32 MB
48 MB
32 MB
32 MB
64 MB
Second-Level Cache
This notebook supports 256KB pipeline burst second-level (L2) cache.
1-18
Service Guide
1.4.10
Video Memory
Table 1-15
Video RAM Configuration
Item
Specification
DRAM or VRAM
DRAM(EDO type)
Fixed or upgradeable
Fixed
Memory size/configuration
1MB (256K x 16 x 2pcs)
Memory speed
60ns
Memory voltage
3.3V
Memory package
TSOP
1.4.11
Video
Table 1-16
Video Hardware Specification
Item
Specification
Video chip
C&T65550B
Working voltage
C&T65550B: 3.3V
C&T65550XX: 3.3V/5V (“XX” represents codes other than “A” (i.e. “B1”))
Video Chip substitutability
Yes
During power-on, system supplies 5V to video chip and read its register to determine
whether the video chip is 5V or 3.3V/5V type. If 5V video chip is detected, system
maintains video voltage at 5V; if 3.3V/5V video chip is detected, system switches
video voltage to 3.3V.
1.4.11.1
External CRT Resolution Support
Table 1-17
Supported External CRT Resolutions
Resolution x Color on
External CRT
CRT Refresh Rate
Simultaneous on
TFT LCD
Simultaneous on
STN LCD
CRT only
Simultaneous
SVGA
SVGA
640x480x16
60,75,85
60
Y
Y
640x480x256
60,75,85
60
Y
Y
640x480x65,536
60,75,85
60
Y
Y
640x480x16,777,216
60,75,85
60
Y
N
800x600x16
56,60,75
60
Y
Y
800x600x256
56,60,75
60
Y
Y
56,60
60
Y
N
60,75,86I
60
Y
Y
Simultaneous on
TFT LCD
Simultaneous on
STN LCD
Y
Y
800x600x65,536
1024x768x16
Table 1-17
Supported External CRT Resolutions (Continued)
Resolution x Color on
External CRT
1024x768x256
System Introduction
CRT Refresh Rate
60,75,86I
60
1-19
1280x1024x16
86I
60
Y
Y
1.4.11.2
LCD Resolution Support
Table 1-18
Supported LCD Resolutions
Resolution x Color on LCD Only
TFT LCD (SVGA)
STN LCD (SVGA)
640x480x16
Y
Y
640x480x256
Y
Y
640x480x65,536
Y
Y
640x480x16,777,216
Y
-
800x600x16
Y
Y
800x600x256
Y
Y
800x600x65,536
Y
-
1024x768x16
Y
Y
1024x768x256
Y
Y
•
DSTN color number: 256 colors
•
TFT color number: 65536 colors
•
Maximum resolution (LCD Panel): 800x600
•
Maximum resolution (External CRT): 1280x1024
Using software, you can set the LCD to a higher resolution than its physical resolution, but
the image shown on the LCD will pan.
1-20
Service Guide
1.4.12
Parallel Port
Table 1-19
Parallel Port Configurations
Item
Specification
Number of parallel ports
1
ECP/EPP support
Yes (set by BIOS setup)
Connector type
25-pin D-type
Location
Rear side
Selectable parallel port (by BIOS Setup)
•
•
•
•
1.4.13
Parallel 1 (3BCh, IRQ7)
Parallel 2 (378h, IRQ7)
Parallel 3 (278h, IRQ5)
Disable
Serial Port
Table 1-20
Serial Port Configurations
Item
Specification
Number of serial ports
1
16550 UART support
Yes
Connector type
9-pin D-type
Location
Rear side
Selectable serial port (by BIOS Setup)
•
•
•
System Introduction
Serial 1 (3F8h, IRQ4)
Serial 2 (2F8h, IRQ3)
Disable
1-21
1.4.14
Audio
Table 1-21
Audio Specifications
Item
Specification
Chipset
YMF715
Audio onboard or optional
Built-in
Mono or stereo
Stereo
Resolution
16-bit
Compatibility
SB-16 , Windows Sound System
Mixed sound sources
Voice, Synthesizer, Line-in, Microphone, CD
Voice channel
8-/16-bit, mono/stereo
Sampling rate
44.1 kHz
Internal microphone
No
Internal speaker / quantity
Yes / 2 pcs.
Microphone jack
Yes
Headphone jack
Yes
1.4.15
PCMCIA
PCMCIA is an acronym for Personal Computer Memory Card International Association. The PCMCIA
committee set out to standardize a way to add credit-card size peripheral devices to a wide range of personal
computers with as little effort as possible.
There are two type II/I or one type III PC Card slots found on the left panel of the notebook. These slots
accept credit-card-sized cards that enhances the usability and expandability of the notebook.
ZV (Zoomed Video) port support allows your system to support hardware MPEG in the form of a ZV PC
card.
Table 1-22
PCMCIA Specifications
Item
Specification
Chipset
TI 1131
Supported card type
Type-II / Type-III
Number of slots
Two Type-II or one Type-III
Access location
Left side
ZV (Zoomed Video) port support
Yes (only in lower slot)
1-22
Service Guide
1.4.16
Touchpad
Table 1-23
Touchpad Specifications
Item
Specification
Vendor & model name
Synaptics TM1002MPU
Power supply voltage (V)
5 ± 10%
Location
Palm-rest center
Internal & external pointing device work simultaneously
Yes
Support external pointing device hot plug
Yes
X/Y position resolution (points/mm)
20
Interface
PS/2 (compatible with Microsoft mouse driver)
1.4.17
Keyboard
Table 1-24
Keyboard Specifications
Item
Specification
Vendor & model name
SMK KAS1901-0161R (English)
Total number of keypads
84/85 keys
Windows 95 keys
Yes, (Logo key / Application key):
Internal & external keyboard work simultaneously
Yes
1.4.17.1
Windows 95 Keys
The keyboard has two keys that perform Windows 95-specific functions. See Table 1-26.
Table 1-25
Windows 95 Key Descriptions
Key
Windows logo key
Description
Start button. Combinations with this key performs special functions. Below are a few
examples:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Application key
System Introduction
Windows + Tab Activate next Taskbar button
Windows + E Explore My Computer
Windows + F Find Document
Windows + M Minimize All
Shift + Windows + M Undo Minimize All
Windows + R Display Run dialog box
Opens the application’s context menu (same as right-click).
1-23
1.4.18
FDD
Table 1-26
FDD Specifications
Item
Specification
Vendor & model name
Mitsumi D353F2
Floppy Disk Specifications
Media recognition
2DD (720K)
2HD (1.2M, 3-mode)
2HD (1.44M)
Sectors / track
9
15
18
Tracks
80
80
80
Data transfer rate (Kbits/s)
250
300
500
500
Rotational speed (RPM)
300
360
360
300
Read/write heads
2
Encoding method
MFM
Power Requirement
Input Voltage (V)
1.4.19
+5 ± 10%
HDD
Table 1-27
HDD Specifications
Item
Vendor & Model Name
Specification
IBM DMCA21080
IBM DMCA21440
IBM DTNA22160
Toshiba
MK1002MAV
Drive Format
Capacity (MB)
1080
1440
2160
1085
Bytes per sector
512
512
512
512
Logical heads
16
16
16
16
Logical sectors
63
63
63
63
Logical cylinders
2100
2800
4200
2100
Physical read/write heads
3
4
6
6
Disks
2
2
3
3
Spindle speed (RPM)
4009
4009
4000
4635
Buffer size (KB)
128
96
96
128
Interface
ATA-3
ATA-3
ATA-3
ATA-3
Data transfer rate
(disk-buffer, Mbytes/s)
39.5 ~ 61.8
39.5 ~ 61.8
39.1~ 61.6
29.3 ~ 55.5
Performance Specifications
1-24
Service Guide
Item
Specification
Performance Specifications
Data transfer rate
(host-buffer, Mbytes/s)
16.6 (max., PIO
mode 4)
16.6 (max., PIO
mode 4)
16.6 (max., PIO
mode 4)
16.6 (max., PIO
mode 4)
5 ± 5%
5 + 5%, -10%
5 ± 5%
5 ± 5%
DC Power Requirements
Voltage tolerance (V)
1.4.20
CD-ROM
Table 1-28
CD-ROM Specifications
Item
Vendor & Model Name
Specification
Panasonic UJDCD8730
Performance Specification
Speed (KB/sec)
150 (normal speed)
1500 (10X speed)
Access time (ms)
170 (Typ.)
Buffer memory (KB)
128
Interface
Enhanced IDE (ATAPI) compatible
Applicable disc format
CD-DA, CD-ROM, CD-ROM XA (except ADPCM), CD-I,
Photo CD (Multisession), Video CD, CD+
Loading mechanism
Drawer type, manual load/release
Power Requirement
Input Voltage (V)
1.4.21
5
Battery
Table 1-29
Battery Specifications
Item
Specification
Battery gauge on screen
Yes, by hotkey
Yes, by hotkey
Yes, by hotkey
Vendor & model name
Sanyo BTP-W31
Sony BTP-T31
Toshiba BTP-X31
Battery type
NiMH
Li-Ion
NiMH
Cell capacity (mAH)
3500
4050
3500
Cell voltage (V)
1.2
3.6
1.2
Number of battery cell
9-cell
9-Cell
9-Cell
Package configuration
9 serial
3 serial, 3 parallel
9 serial
Package voltage (V)
10.8
10.8
10.8
Package capacity (WAH)
37.8
40.5
37.8
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1.4.22
Charger
To charge the battery, place the battery pack inside the battery compartment and plug the AC adapter into
the notebook and an electrical outlet. The adapter has three charging modes:
•
Rapid mode
The notebook uses rapid charging when power is turned off and a powered AC adapter is connected to
it. In rapid mode, a fully depleted battery gets fully charged in approximately two hours.
•
Charge-in-use mode
When the notebook is in use with the AC adapter plugged in, the notebook also charges the battery
pack if installed. This mode will take longer to fully charge a battery than rapid mode. In charge-inuse mode, a fully depleted battery gets fully charged in approximately six to eight hours.
•
Trickle mode
When the battery is fully charged, the adapter changes to trickle mode to maintain the battery charge
level. This prevents the battery from draining while the notebook is in use.
Table 1-30
Charger Specifications
Item
Specification
Vendor & model name
Ambit T62.062.C.00
Input voltage (from adapter, V)
19 (min.)
20 (typ.),
20.5 (max.)
Battery Low Voltage
Battery Low 1 level (V)
10.7 (typ., for NiMH)
8.65 (typ., for LIB)
Battery Low 2 level (V)
10.35 (typ., for NiMH)
8.23 (typ., for LIB)
Battery Low 3 level (V)
9.22 (typ., for NiMH)
7.73 (typ., for LIB)
Charge Current
Fast charge (charge when system is still operative, A)
0.65 (typ.)
Quick charge (charge while system is not operative, A)
1.9 (typ.)
Charging Protection
Safety timer for Fast Charge mode while notebook is operating (minute)
576 (NiMH)
Safety timer for Quick Charge mode while notebook is not operating (minute)
192 (NiMH)
Maximum temperature protection (ºC)
60
Maximum voltage protection (V)
16.2V for NiMH
Over voltage protection
13V for Li-ion
1.4.23
DC-DC Converter
DC-DC converter generates multiple DC voltage level for whole system unit use.
Table 1-31
DC-DC Converter Specifications
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Service Guide
Item
Specification
Vendor & model name
Ambit T62.061.C.00
Input voltage (Vdc)
8~21
Output Rating
Current (w/ load, A)
5V
3.3V
2.9V
(2.35/2.45/2.9/3.1V)
+12V
+6V
5VSB
0~3.2
0~3.3
0~3.0
0~0.15
0~0.1
0.005
Voltage ripple (max., mV)
75
75
50
100
300
75
Voltage noise (max., mV)
100
100
100
200
500
100
6.5~8.2
4.5~6.2
3.3~5.0 for
2.9/3.1/2.35V/2.45V
14~20
7~9
-
OVP (Over Voltage Protection, V)
1.4.24
DC-AC Inverter
DC-AC inverter is used to generate very high AC voltage, then supply to LCD CCFT backlight use, and is
also responsible for the control of LCD brightness. Avoid touching the DC-AC inverter area while the
system unit is turned on.
Table 1-32
DC-AC Inverter Specifications
Item
Vendor & model name
Input voltage (V)
Input current (mA)
Specification
Ambit T62.066.C.00 / Ambit T62.064.C.00
7.3 (min.)
-
20 (max.)
-
420 (typ.)
550 (max.)
Output voltage (Vrms, no load)
1000 (min.)
-
1500 (max.)
Output voltage frequency (kHz)
25 (min.)
42 (typ.)
60 (max.)
1.5~5.5 (min.)
2.0~6.0 (typ.)
2.5~6.5 (max.)
Output current (mArms)
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1.4.25
LCD
Table 1-33
LCD Specifications
Item
Specification
Vendor & model name
HITACHI
LMG9900ZWCC
TORiSAN
LM-FH53-22NAW
IBM
ITSV45E
GOLDSTAR
LP121S1-J
LCD display area
(diagonal, inch)
11.3
11.3
11.3
12.1
Display technology
STN
STN
TFT
TFT
Resolution
SVGA (800x600)
VGA (800x600)
SVGA (800x600)
SVGA (800x600)
Supported colors
--
--
262,144 colors
262,144 colors
30 (typ.)
30 (typ.)
100 (typ.)
100 (typ.)
Brightness (cd/m )
70 (typ.)
70 (typ.)
70 (typ.)
70 (typ.)
Brightness control
keyboard hotkey
keyboard hotkey
keyboard hotkey
keyboard hotkey
Contrast control
using keyboard
hotkey
using keyboard
hotkey
none
none
Supply voltage for LCD
display
3.3 or 5 (typ.)
3.3 (typ.)
3.3
3.3 (typ.), 3.63
(max.)
Supply voltage for LCD
backlight (Vrms)
590 (typ.)
590 (typ.)
590
480
Mechanical Specifications
Optical Specification
Contrast ratio
2
Electrical Specification
The LCD ID code can be set by using the LCD ID utilization utility
(370pw.exe/370pr.exe). Please refer to the software specification section for details.
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1.4.26
AC Adapter
Table 1-34
AC Adapter Specifications
Item
Vendor & model name
Specification
Delta ADP-45GB REV.E2
Input Requirements
Nominal voltages (Vrms)
90 - 264
Frequency variation range (Hz)
47 - 63
Maximum input current (A, @90Vac, full load)
1.5 A
Inrush current
The maximum inrush current will be less than 50A and 100A
when the adapter is connected to 115Vac(60Hz) and
230Vac(50Hz) respectively.
Efficiency
It should provide an efficiency of 83% minimum, when
measured at maximum load under 115V(60Hz)
Output Ratings (CV mode)
DC output voltage (V)
+19
Noise + Ripple (mV)
300
Load (A)
0 (min.)
2.4 (max.)
Dynamic Output Characteristics
Turn-on delay time (s, @115Vac)
2
Hold up time (ms; @115 Vac input, full load)
5 (min.)
Over Voltage Protection (OVP, V)
26
Short circuit protection
Output can be shorted without damage
Electrostatic discharge (ESD, kV)
±15 (at air discharge)
Dielectric Withstand Voltage
Primary to secondary
3000 Vac (or 4242 Vdc), 10 mA for 1 second
Leakage current
0.25 mA maximum @ 254 Vac, 60Hz.
Regulatory Requirements
Internal filter meets:
1.
FCC class B requirements.
2.
CISPR 22 Class B requirements.
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1.5
Software Configuration and Specification
1.5.1
BIOS
The BIOS is compliant to PCI v2.1, APM v1.2, E-IDE and PnP specification. It also defines the hotkey
functions and controls the system power-saving flow.
1.5.1.1
Keyboard Hotkey Definition
The notebook supports the following hotkeys.
Table 1-35
Hotkey Descriptions
Hotkey
Icon
Fn-Esc
Fn-F1
Fn-F2
?
Function
Description
Hotkey Escape
Exits the hotkey control.
Hotkey Help
Displays the hotkey list and help. Press | to exit the screen.
Brightness Control
Toggles between brightness control and contrast control.
Press the scale hotkeys (Fn- →and Fn -←) to increase and decrease
the brightness or contrast level.
Contrast Control
Notebooks with TFT displays do not show the brightness control
icon.
Fn-F3
Display Toggle
Switches display from LCD to CRT to both LCD and CRT.
Fn-F4
Battery Gauge
Displays the battery gauge.
Fn-F5
Volume Control
Press the scale hotkeys (Fn-→ and Fn-←) to increase and decrease
the output level.
Fn-F6
Setup
Gains access to BIOS Setup’s Advanced System Configuration
parameters.
Fn-F7
Hibernation/Standby
Enters hibernation mode if the 0-volt suspend function is installed
and enabled; otherwise, the notebook enters standby mode.
Fn-→
Scale Increase
Increases the setting of the current icon.
Fn-←
Scale Decrease
Decreases the setting of the current icon.
Fn-T
Toggle Touchpad
Turns the internal touchpad on and off.
When the available hotkey is toggled, the system will issue a beep to enter the assigned
process.
1.5.1.2
MultiBoot
The system can boot from the FDD, External FDD, HDD, CD-ROM. The user can select the desired
booting process to boot the system. If the CD-ROM is bootable, the BIOS will override the other process to
boot the system directly.
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1.5.1.3
Figure 1-14
Power Management
Power Management Block Diagram
System Introduction
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ON MODE
Normal full-on operation
STANDBY MODE
The notebook consumes very low power in standby mode. Data remain intact in the system memory until
battery is drained.
The necessary condition for the notebook to enter standby mode is that the reserved disk space size for
saving system and video memory is insufficient so the notebook is unable to enter hibernation mode. In this
situation, there are three ways to enter standby mode:
•
•
Press the standby/hibernation hotkey Fn-F7 (
)
Set a value for the System Standby/Hibernation Timer in Setup. If the waiting time specified by this
timer elapses without any system activity, the notebook goes into standby mode.
•
Invoked by the operating system power saving modes
The following signals indicate that the notebook is in standby mode:
•
The buzzer beeps (when you press the standby/hibernation hotkey)
•
The indicator light flashes
To leave standby mode and return to normal mode, press the any key. If an incoming PCMCIA modem
event occurs and the Modem Ring Wake Up From Standby is enabled, the system returns to normal mode.
Table 1-36
Standby Mode Conditions and Descriptions
Condition
The condition to enter
Standby Mode
Description
•
•
•
•
“Hard Disk Drive” is [Disabled] in System Security of BIOS SETUP.
“Hard Disk 0” is [None] in Basic System Configuration of BIOS SETUP.
HDD has not located enough free contiguous disk space generated by Sleep Manager
and this free space is not corrupted.
Standby/Hibernation Timer times-out or Standby/Hibernation HotKey pressed and
there is no activity within 1/2 second.
The condition of
Standby Mode
•
•
•
•
•
•
The condition back to
On Mode
Any one of following activities will let system back to Normal Mode:
•
Any keystroke (Internal KB or External KB)
•
Modem ring.
Issue a beep.
Flash standby LED with 1 Hz frequency.
Disable the mouse, serial and the parallel port.
The keyboard controller, HDD and VGA enter the standby mode.
Stop the CPU internal clock.
All the functions are disabled except the keyboard, battery low warning and modem
ring wake up from standby (if enabled).
HIBERNATION MODE
In hibernation mode (also known as zero-volt hibernation-to-disk mode), power shuts off. The notebook
saves all system information onto the hard disk before it enters hibernation mode. Once you turn on the
power, the notebook restores this information and resumes where you left off upon leaving hibernation
mode.
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A necessary condition for the notebook to enter hibernation mode is that the reserved space for saving
system information on the hard disk must be larger than the combined system and video memory size.
Under such conditions, the standby/hibernation hotkey acts as the hibernation hotkey. See the user’s
manual for information on the Sleep Manager utility.
In this situation, there are four ways to enter hibernation mode:
•
•
•
Press the standby/hibernation hotkey Fn-F7 (
)
Set a value for the System Standby/Hibernation Timer in Setup. If the waiting time specified by this
time elapses without any system activity, the system goes into hibernation mode
Enable the Suspend upon Battery-low parameter in Setup. If a battery-low condition takes place, the
notebook enters hibernation mode in about five minutes.
•
Invoked by the operating system power saving modes
When the notebook enters hibernation mode, the whole system does not consume any power. This is why
hibernation mode is also called zero-volt suspend.
To exit hibernation mode, press the power switch (
).
When the PCMCIA I/O card is detected, the following warning pop-up message will be
displayed on the screen by the BIOS. The system will wait for the specified key to continue.
Warning!!
A PCMCIA card is detected!!
If you are using a fax/modem or LAN cards, please
disconnect with server or complete transmission before
entering standby/hibernation mode, otherwise :
1) File server will be shut down if LAN card is used.
2) Data will be lost if a modem card is used.
Press <F1> to enter standby/hibernation mode.
Press <F2> to cancel.
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Table 1-37
Hibernation Mode Conditions and Descriptions
Condition
Description
•
“Hard Disk Drive” is not [Disabled] in System Security of BIOS SETUP.
•
“Hard Disk 0” is not [None] in Basic System Configuration of BIOS SETUP.
•
HDD has already located enough free contiguous disk space generated by the
Sleep Manager and this free space is not corrupted.
•
Standby/Hibernation Timer times-out or Standby/Hibernation Hotkey pressed and
there is no activity within 1/2 second.
The condition of
Hibernation Mode
•
Except the RTC, 6375 (state machine), KB controller and power switch, all the
system components are off.
The condition back to On
Mode
•
Turn off then on the system.
The condition to enter
Hibernation Mode
DISPLAY STANDBY MODE
Screen activity is determined by the keyboard, the built-in touchpad, and an external PS/2 pointing device.
If these devices are idle for the period specified by the Display Standby Timer, the display shuts off until you
press a key or move the touchpad or external mouse.
Table 1-38
Display Standby Mode Conditions and Descriptions
Condition
Description
The condition to enter
Display Standby Mode
•
Pointing device is idle until Display Standby Timer times-out or LCD cover is
closed.
The condition of Display
Standby Mode
•
All the system components are on except LCD backlight and CRT horizontal
frequency output (if CRT is connected)
The condition back to On
Mode
•
Any keystroke (Internal KB or External KB)
•
Pointing device activity
The VGA BIOS should support DPMS (Desktop Power Management System) for the standby
and hibernation mode function call. When the Display Standby Timer expires, the system
BIOS will execute the DPMS service routines.
HARD DISK STANDBY MODE
The hard disk enters standby mode when there are no disk read/write operations within the period of time
specified by the Hard Disk Standby Timer. In the standby state, the power supplied to the hard disk is
reduced to a minimum. The hard disk returns to normal once the system accesses it.
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Table 1-39
Hard Disk Standby Mode Conditions and Descriptions
Condition
Description
The condition to enter HDD Standby
Mode
•
Display Standby Timer times-out or LCD cover is closed.
The condition of HDD Standby Mode
•
All the system components are on except HDD spindle motor
The condition back to On Mode
•
Any access to HDD
BATTERY LOW
When the battery capacity is low and has no adapter plugged, the system will generate the following battery
low warning:
•
Flash power LED with 4 Hz.
•
Issue 4 short beeps per minute (if enabled in setup).
•
If the AC adapter does not plug in within 3 minutes and the “Standby/Hibernation upon Battery-low”
in BIOS SETUP is enabled, the system will enter Standby/0-Volt Hibernation Mode. The battery low
warning will stop as soon as the AC adapter is plugged into the system.
THE AUTODIM PROCESS OF THE LCD BRIGHTNESS
The notebook has a unique “automatic dim” power saving feature. When the notebook is using AC power
and you disconnect the AC adapter from the notebook, the system “decides” whether or not to automatically
dim the LCD backlight to save power.
If the LCD backlight is too bright, the system automatically adjusts it to a manageable level; otherwise, the
level stays the same. If you want a brighter picture, you can then adjust the brightness and contrast level
using hotkeys (Fn-F2).
If you reconnect AC power to the system, the system automatically adjusts the LCD backlight to its original
level — the brightness and contrast level before disconnecting the AC adapter. If you adjusted the
brightness and contrast level after disconnecting AC power, the level stays the same after you reconnect the
AC adapter.
There are two reasons for the notebook to have the LCD AutoDim feature. The first is to save the power
during the notebook is operating under the DC mode. The second is to save the “favorite” brightness
parameter set by the user.
The following processes are the basic methods used to implement the LCD brightness AutoDim.
1. If the original brightness is over 75% and the AC power is on-line, the BIOS will change the brightness
to 75% after the AC power is off-line.
2. If the original brightness is below 75%, the brightness maintains the same level even if the AC power is
off-line.
3. If the brightness is already changed by the hotkey under DC power, it will not be changed after the AC
power is plugged in.
4. If the brightness is not changed by the hotkey under DC power, the brightness will be changed back to
the old setting — the previous brightness parameter under AC power.
5. If the previous brightness parameter does not exist, the brightness will not be changed in process 4.
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1.5.2
Drivers, Applications and Utilities
The notebook comes preloaded with the following software:
•
Windows 952
•
System utilities and application software3
•
Sleeper manager utility
•
Touchpad driver
•
Display drivers
•
Audio drivers
•
PC Card slot drivers and applications
•
Other third-party application software
Table 1-40
Location of Drivers in the System Utility CD
Device Category
Function
Location
Sound, video and game controllers
Audio
ENGLISH\WIN95\AUDIO\
Mouse
Mouse
ENGLISH\WIN95\MOUSE\
Display adapters
Video
ENGLISH\WIN95\VGA\
PCMCIA
Zoomed Video Port
English\Win95\PCMCIA\
To re-install applications under Windows 95, click on Start, then Run…. Based on the location of the
application, run the setup program to install the application. The following table lists the applications and
their locations:
Table 1-41
Location of Applications in the System Utility CD
Name
Function
Location
Sleep Manager
0V Suspend utility
ENGLISH\WIN95\SLEEPMGR\
Y-Station
Audio application
ENGLISH\WIN95\Ystation
SafeOFF
Protect if user accidentally
press the power switch
ENGLISH\WIN95\SAFEOFF
Drivers for Windows 3.x and Windows NT are also found in the System Utility CD if you should need
them.
2 In some areas, a different operating system may be pre-loaded instead of Windows 95.
3 The system utilities and application software list may vary.
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1.6
Figure 1-15
System Block Diagram
System Block Diagram
System Introduction
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1.7
Environmental Requirements
Table 1-42
Environmental Requirements
Item
Specification
Temperature
Operating (ºC)
+5°C ~ +35°C
Non-operating(ºC)
-20°C ~ +60°C
Humidity
Operating (non-condensing)
20% ~ 80%
Non-operating (non-condensing)
20% ~ 80%
Operating Vibration (unpacked)
Operating
5 - 25.6Hz, 0.38mm; 25.6 - 250Hz, 0.5G
Sweep rate
> 1 minute / octave
Number of test cycles
2 / axis (X,Y,Z)
Non-operating Vibration (unpacked)
Non-operating
5 - 27.1Hz, 0.6G; 27.1 - 50Hz, 0.41mm; 50~500Hz, 2G
Sweep rate
> 2 minutes / octave
Number of text cycles
4 / axis (X,Y,Z)
Shock
Non-operating (unpacked)
40G peak, 11±1ms, half-sine
Non-operating (packed)
50G peak, 11±1ms, half-sine
Altitude
Operating
10,000 feet
Non-operating
40,000 feet
ESD
Air discharge
8kV (no error)
12.5kV (no restart error)
15kV (no damage)
Contact discharge
4kV (no error)
6kV (no restart error)
8kV (no damage)
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1.8
Mechanical Specifications
Table 1-43
Mechanical Specifications
Item
Specification
Weight
FDD model
CD-ROM model
(includes battery)
2.6 kg. (5.7 lb.)
2.8 kg. (6.2 lb.)
Dimensions
(main footprint)
WxDxH
306mm x 228mm x 46mm (12.05” x 8.98” x 1.81”)
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C h a p t e r
2
Major Chips Description
This chapter discusses the major chips used in the notebook.
2.1
Major Component List
Table 2-1
Major Chips List
Component
Vendor
Description
M1521
Acer
System data buffer
M1523
Acer
System controller chip
M7101
Acer
Power management unit
65550
C&T (Chips & Technology)
Video controller
TI PCI1131
Texas Instrument
PCMCIA controller
NS87336VJG
NS (National Semiconductor)
Super I/O controller
YMF715
Yamaha
Audio Chip
T62.062.C
Ambit
Battery Charger
T62.061.C
Ambit
DC-DC Converter
T62.064.C
Ambit
DC-AC Inverter for 11.3”
T62.066.C
Ambit
DC-AC Inverter for 12.1”
Major Chips Description
2-1
2.2
ALI M1521
The ALADDIN-III consists of two chips, ALI M1521 and M1523 to give a 586 class system the
complete solution with the most up-to-date feature and architecture for the new
multimedia/multithreading operating system. It utilizes the BGA package to improve the AC
characterization, resolves system bottleneck and make the system manufacturing easier. The
ALADDIN-III gives a highly-integrated system solution and a most up-to-date system architecture
including the UMA, ECC, PBSRAM, SDRAM/BEDO, and multi-bus with highly efficient, deep FIFO
between the buses, such as the HOST/PCI/ISA dedicated IDE bus.
The M1521 provides a complete integrated solution for the system controller and data path
components in a Pentium-based system. It provides 64-bit CPU bus interface, 32-bit PCI bus
interface, 64/72 DRAM data bus with ECC or parity, secondary cache interface including pipeline
burst SRAM or asynchronous SRAM, PCI master to DRAM interface, four PCI master arbiters, and
a UMA arbiter. The M1521 bus interfaces are designed to interface with 3V and 5V buses. It
directly connects to 3V CPU bus, 3V or 5V tag, 3V or 5V DRAM bus, and 5V PCI bus.
2.2.1
•
•
•
2-2
Features
Supports all Intel/Cyrix/AMD 586-class processors (with host bus of 66 MHz, 60 MHz and
50 MHz at 3V)
•
supports M1/K5/Dakota CPUs
•
supports linear wrap mode for M1
Supports asynchronous/pipeline-burst SRAM
•
Write-back/dynamic write-back cache policy
•
Built-in 8K*2 bit SRAM for MESI protocol to cost and enhance performance
•
Cacheable memory up to 512MB with 11-bit tag SRAM
•
Supports 3V/5V SRAMs for tag address
Supports FPM/EDO/BEDO/SDRAM DRAMs
•
RAS lines
•
64-bit data path to memory
•
Symmetrical/asymmetrical DRAMs
•
3V or 5V DRAMs
•
Duplicated MA[1:0] driving pins for burst access
•
No buffer needed for RASJ and CASJ and MA[1:0]
•
CBR and RAS-only refresh
•
Supports 64M-bit (16M*4, 8M*8, 4M*16) technology DRAMs
•
Supports programmable-strength MA buffer
•
Supports error checking and correction (ECC) and parity for DRAM
•
Supports the most flexible six 32-bit populated banks of DRAM (to spare 12MB for
Windows 95)
•
Supports SIMM and DIMM
Service Guide
•
•
UMA (unified memory architecture)
•
Dedicated UMA arbiter pins
•
Supports several protocols from major graphics vendors
•
SFB size : 512KB/1MB/2MB/3MB/4MB
•
CPU could access frame buffer memory through system memory controller
•
Alias address for frame buffer memory
Fully synchronous 25/30/33 MHz 5V PCI interface
•
PCI bus arbiter: five PCI masters and M1523 supported
•
Dwords for CPU-to-PCI Memory write posted buffers
•
Convert back-to-back CPU to PCI memory write to PCI burst cycle
•
DWORDS for PCI-to-DRAM write-posted/read-prefetching buffers
•
PCI-to-DRAM up to 133 MB/sec bandwidth (even when L1/L2 write-back)
•
L1/L2 pipelined snoop ahead for PCI-to-DRAM cycle
•
Supports PCI mechanism #1 only
•
PCI spec. 2.1 support. [N(16/8)+8 rule, passive release, fair arbitration]
•
Enhanced performance for memory-read-line, memory-read-multiple, and
memory-write-multiple
•
Invalidates PCI commands
•
DRAM refresh during 5V system suspend
•
I/O leakage stopper for power saving during system suspend
•
328-pin or 388-pin BGA process
Major Chips Description
2-3
2.2.2
Block Diagram
586
CPU
CPU Bus
SRAM
DRAM
M1521
UMA
Graphic
controller
BGA
PCI Bus
IDE Master
CD
M1523
USB connector
HDD
ISA Bus
Aladdin III System Block Diagram
Figure 2-1
2-4
Alladin III Block Diagram
Service Guide
2.2.3
System Architecture
ALADDIN-III SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE
586 CPU
data
addr
TTL
SRAM
tag 8/11-bit
MD
M1521
MA
DRAM
CTLR
328-BGA
PCI
HDD
IDE bus
M1523
USB conn
208-PQFP/RTC/KBC
GC
ISA
128K/256K
Flash
Figure 2-2
XD - TTL
Alladin III System Architecture
Major Chips Description
2-5
2.2.4
Data Path
HD_
OUT
MDIN[63:0]
64-bit
SWAP
MUX
MD_IN
72-bit
E C C
MD_IN[63:0]
PCI_IN
ECC partial
W-R path
64-bit
ECC
SWAP
MUX
8 QWORD
72-bit
MUX
SWAP
MD_OUT
MUX
SWAP
PB_IN[63:0]
H/L DW swap
for 32-bit DRAM
6 DWORD
HD_IN
MUX
HDIN[63:0]
PCI_OUT
5 DWORD
64-bit
PB_OUT[63:0]
P_IN[31:0]
6 DWORD
PCI_IN
M1521
Figure 2-3
2-6
M1521 Data Path
Service Guide
2.2.5
Figure 2-4
Pin Diagram
M1521 Pin Diagram
Major Chips Description
2-7
2.2.6
Signal Descriptions
Table 2-2
M1521 Signal Descriptions
Signal
Pin
Type
Description
A[31:29]
A[28:26]
A[25:23]
A[22:20]
A[19:17]
A[16:14]
A[13:11]
A[10:08]
A[07:05]
A[04:03]
W8, W11, U11, Y10,
Y9, V10, W9, W10, U9,
U10, V9, U5, V5, W5,
Y5, U6, W6, V6, Y6,
U7, W7, Y7, V7, V8,
Y8, Y12, U8, Y11, V11
I/O
Host Address Bus Lines.
A[31:3] have two
functions. As inputs, along with the byte enable
signals, these serve as the address lines of the host
address bus that defines the physical area of
memory or I/O being accessed. As outputs, the
M1521 drives them during inquiry cycles on behalf of
PCI masters.
BEJ[7:0]
M1, L4, L3, L2, L1, K4,
K3, K2
I
Byte Enables. These are the byte enable signals for
the data bus. BEJ[7] applies to the most significant
byte and BEJ[0] applies to the least significant byte.
They determine which byte of data must be written to
the memory, or are requested by the CPU. In local
memory read and line-fill cycles, these are ignored
by the M1521.
ADSJ
T5
I
Address Strobe. The CPU or M1521 starts a new
cycle by asserting ADSJ first. The M1521 does not
precede to execute a cycle until it detects ADSJ
active.
BRDYJ
M5
O
Burst Ready. The assertion of BRDYJ means the
current transaction is complete.
The CPU
terminates the cycle by receiving 1 or 4 active
BRDYJs depending on different types of cycles.
NAJ
N5
O
Next Address. It is asserted by the M1521 to inform
the CPU that pipelined cycles are ready for
execution.
AHOLD
L5
O
CPU A-Hold Request Output. It serves as the input
of CPU's AHOLD pin and actively driven for inquiry
cycles.
EADSJ
R5
O
External Address Strobe. This signal is connected to
the CPU EADSJ pin. During PCI cycles, the M1521
asserts this signal to proceed snooping.
BOFFJ
P5
O
CPU Back-Off. If BOFFJ is sampled active, CPU
floats all its buses in the next clock.
HITMJ
T8
I
Host Cache Hit after Modified. When snooped, the
CPU asserts HITMJ to indicate that a hit to a
modified line in the data cache occurred. It is used
to prohibit another bus master from accessing the
data of this modified line in the memory until the line
is completely written-back.
Host Interface
2-8
Service Guide
Table 2-2
M1521 Signal Descriptions (continued)
Signal
Pin
Type
Description
Host Interface
M/IOJ
H5
I
Host Memory or I/O.
This bus definition pin
indicates the current bus cycle is either memory or
input/ output.
D/CJ
T7
I
Host Data or Code. This bus definition pin is used to
distinguish data access cycles from code access
cycles.
W/RJ
T9
I
Host Write or Read. When WRJ is driven high, it
indicates the current cycle is a write. Inversely, if
WRJ is driven low, a read cycle is performed.
HLOCKJ
G5
I
Host Lock. When HLOCKJ is asserted by the CPU,
the M1521 recognizes that the CPU is locking the
current cycles.
CACHEJ
J5
I
Host Cacheable. This pin is used to indicate the
host’s internal cacheability of the read cycles. If it is
driven inactive, the CPU does not cache the returned
data regardless of the state of KENJ.
KENJ/INV
K5
O
Cache Enable Output. This signal connects to the
CPU's KENJ and INV pins. KENJ is used to notify
the CPU whether the address of the current
transaction is cacheable. INV is used during L1
snoop cycles. The M1521 drives this signal high
(low) during the EADSJ assertion of a PCI master
write (read) snoop cycle.
SMIACTJ
T10
I
SMM Interrupt Active. It is asserted by the CPU to
inform the M1521 that SMM mode is being entered.
HD[63:0]
A1, B1, C3, C2, C1, D2,
D3, E3, D1, E2, E4, E1,
F3, F4, G3, F1, F2, H3,
G1, H4, G4, J3, G2,
H2, H1, J4, J1, J2, M4,
K1, M2, M3, N4, N2,
N3, P4, N1, P2, P3, R4,
P1, T2, R2, T4, R3, U2,
T3, U4, V2, U3, V4, T1,
W4, V3, W3, U1, R1,
V1, W2, W1, Y4, Y2,
Y3, Y1
I/O
Host Data Bus Lines. These signals connect to the
CPU's data bus.
MPD[7:0]
G18, H20, G20, H18,
F20, J18, G19, H19
I/O
DRAM Parity/ECC check bits. These are the 8-bit
parity/ECC check bits over DRAM bus.
RASJ[7] /
SRASJ[0]
N16
O
Row Address Strobe 7 or Synchronous DRAM RAS
0. FPM/EDO/BEDO of DRAM bank 7. SDRAM row
address strobe (SDRAM) copy 0.
DRAM Interface
Major Chips Description
2-9
Table 2-2
M1521 Signal Descriptions (continued)
Signal
Pin
Type
Description
DRAM Interface
RASJ[6] /
SCASJ[0]
M16
O
Row Address Strobe 6, or Synchronous DRAM CAS
0 (FPM/EDO/BEDO) of DRAM bank 6. SDRAM
column address strobe (SDRAM) copy 0.
RASJ[5:0] /
SCSJ[5:0]
N17, M17, E16, F16,
F17, G17
I/O
Row Address Strobes or synchronous DRAM chip
select. These signals drives the corresponding
RASJs of DRAMs or synchronous DRAM chip
select[5:0].
CASJ[7:0] /
DQM[7:0]
L16, G16, J16, H16,
L17, H17, K17, J17
O
Column Address Strobes or Synchronous DRAM
Input/Output Data Mask. These CAS signals should
connect to the corresponding CASJs of each bank of
DRAM. The value of CASJs equals that of HBEJs
for write cycles. During DRAM read cycles, all the
CASJs are active. In SDRAM, these pins act as
synchronized output enables during a read cycle and
a byte mask during a write cycle.
MA[11:2]
V14, Y14, Y15, U14,
W14, T13, U13, V13,
W13, Y13
O
DRAM Address lines. These signals are the address
lines of all DRAMs. The M1521 supports DRAM
types ranging from 256K to 64M.
MAA[1:0]
T12, V12
O
Memory Address copy A for [1:0]
MAB[1:0]
U12, W12
O
Memory Address copy B for [1:0]
MD[63:0]
C15, A16, B17, A18,
B19, B20, D19, E20,
J19, K20, M18, N19,
P20, R19, T18, V20,
C14, D15, C16, D17,
A20, C20, E18, F19,
K18, L19, M20, P18,
R17, T20, U19, V19,
B14, D16, A17, C17,
A19, D18, E17, E19,
J20, L18, M19, N20,
P17, R18, U20, U18,
C13, B15, B16, B18,
C18, C19, C20, F18,
K19, L20, N18, P19,
R20, T19, T17, W20
I/O
Memory Data. These pins connect to DRAMs.
MWEJ[0]
T11
O
DRAM Write Enable. This is the DRAM write enable
pin and behaves according to the early-write
mechanism; i.e. it activates before the CASJs do.
For refresh cycles, it remains deasserted.
Secondary Cache Interface
CADVJ/CA4
V15
O
Synchronous SRAM advance or Asynchronous
SRAM address line 4.
CADSJ/CA3
W15
O
Synchronous SRAM address strobe
Asynchronous SRAM address line 3.
2-10
cache
or
Service Guide
Table 2-2
M1521 Signal Descriptions (continued)
Signal
Pin
Type
Description
Secondary Cache Interface
CCSJ/CB4
W16
O
Synchronous SRAM chip select or Cache Address
line 4 copy. This pin has two modes of operation
depending on the type of SRAM selected via
hardware strapping options or programming the CC
register.
GWEJ
Y16
O
Synchronous SRAM Global Write
Asynchronous SRAM Write Enable.
COEJ
U15
O
Synchronous/Asynchronous SRAM Output Enable.
BWEJ/CGCSJ
Y17
O
Synchronous
SRAM
Byte-Write
Asynchronous SRAM Global Chip Select.
TIO[10]/
MWEJ[1]
Y20
I/O
SRAM Tag[10] or another copy of MWEJ.
TIO[9]/
SRASJ[1]
Y19
I/O
SRAM Tag[9] or synchronous DRAM (SDRAM) RAS
copy 1.
TIO[8]/
SCASJ[1]
W19
I/O
SRAM Tag[8] or synchronous DRAM (SDRAM) CAS
copy 1.
TIO[7:0]
Y18, W18, V18, T14,
V17, U17, U16, P16
I/O
SRAM Tag[7:0]. This pin contains the L2 tag
address for 256 KB L2 caches. TIO[6:0] contain the
L2 tag address and TIO7 contains the L2 cache valid
bit for 512 KB caches.
TWEJ
V16
O
Tag Write Enable. This signal, when asserted,
writes into the external tag new state and tag
addresses.
AD[31:28]
AD[27:24]
AD[23:20]
AD[19:16]
AD[15:12]
AD[11:08]
AD[07:04]
AD[03:00]
A2, B2, A3, B3, A4, B4,
C4, D6, B5, C5, A6, B6,
C6, A7, B7, C7, C8, A9,
B9, C9, A10, B10, C10,
A11, C11, A12, B12,
C12, A13, B13, A14,
A15
I/O
PCI Address-and-Data Bus Lines.
These lines
connect to the PCI bus. AD[31:0] contain the
information of address or data for PCI transactions.
CBEJ[3:0]
A5, A8, B8, B11
I/O
PCI Bus Command and Byte Enables.
Bus
commands and byte enables are multiplexed in
these lines for address and data phases,
respectively.
FRAMEJ
E6
I/O
Cycle Frame of PCI Buses. This indicates the
beginning and duration of a PCI access.
DEVSELJ
E9
I/O
Device Select. When the target device has decoded
the address as its own cycle, it asserts DEVSELJ.
IRDYJ
E7
I/O
Initiator Ready. This indicates the initiator is ready
to complete the current data phase of transaction.
Enable
or
Enable/
PCI Interface
Major Chips Description
2-11
Table 2-2
M1521 Signal Descriptions (continued)
Signal
Pin
Type
Description
TRDYJ
E8
I/O
Target Ready. This indicates the target is ready to
complete the current data phase of transaction.
STOPJ
E11
I/O
Stop. This indicates the target is requesting the
master to stop the current transaction.
LOCKJ
E5
I/O
Lock Resource Signal. This indicates the PCI
master or the bridge intends to do exclusive
transfers.
REQJ[3:0]
D13, D11, D9, D7
I
Bus request signals of PCI Masters. When asserted,
it means the PCI master is requesting the PCI bus
ownership from the arbiter.
GNTJ[3:0]
D14, D12, D10, D8
O
Grant signals to PCI Masters. When asserted by the
arbiter, it means the PCI master has been legally
granted to own the bus.
PHLDJ
D4
I
PCI bus hold request. This active low signal is a
request from M1523 for the PCI bus.
PHLDAJ
D5
O
PCI bus hold acknowledge. This active low signal
grants PCI to M1523.
PAR
E12
I/O
Parity bit of PCI buses. It is the even parity bit
across PAD[31:0] and CBEJ[3:0].
SERRJ
E13
O
System Error. If the M1521 detects parity errors in
DRAMs, it asserts SERRJ to notify the system.
Clock, Reset, and Suspend Interfaces
RSTJ
T15
I
System Reset. This pin, when asserted, resets the
M1521 and sets the register bits to their default
values.
SUSPENDJ
P6
I
Suspend. When actively sampled, the M1521 enters
the I/O suspend mode. This signal should be pulled
high when the suspend feature is disabled.
HCLKIN
K16
I
CPU Bus Clock Input. This signal is used by all of
the M1521 logic that is in the host clock domain.
PCLKIN
E10
I
PCI Bus Clock Input. This signal is used by all of
the M1521 logic that is in the PCI clock domain.
32K
W17
I
The refresh reference clock of frequency 32khz
during suspend mode. This signal should be pulled
to a fixed value when the suspend feature is
disabled.
H6
I
Memory Request. This input signal is from the GUI
device’s MREQJ output. This pin can also be used
as bus request signal of the fifth PCI master.
UMA Interface
MREQJ/
REQJ[4]
2-12
Service Guide
Table 2-2
M1521 Signal Descriptions (continued)
Signal
Pin
Type
Description
UMA Interface
MGNTJ/
GNTJ[4]
F7
O
Memory Grant. This output connects to the MGNTJ
of the GUI device. This pin can also be used as
grant signal of the fifth PCI master.
PRIO
G15
I
Priority.
device.
VCC
F5, F6, G6, R6, R7,
F14, F15, P15, R15,
R16
P
Vcc 3.3V
VDD_5
E14
P
Vcc 5.0V
Vss or Gnd
E15, T16, J9, J10, J11,
J12, K9, K10, K11,
K12, L9, L10, L11, L12,
M9, M10, M11, M12
P
Ground
The high priority request from the GUI
Power Pins
Major Chips Description
2-13
2.3
ALI M1523
The M1523 is a bridge between PCI and ISA bus, providing full PCI and ISA compatible functions.
The M1523 has Integrated System Peripherals (ISP) on-chip and provides advanced features in
the DMA controller. This chip contains the keyboard controller, real-time clock and IDE master
controller. This chip also supports the Advanced Programmable Interrupt controller (APIC)
interface.
One eight-byte bidirectional line buffer is provided for ISA/DMA master memory read/writes. One
32-bit wide posted-write buffer is provided for PCI memory write cycles to the ISA bus. It also
supports a PCI to ISA IRQ routing table and level-to-edge trigger transfer.
The chip has two extra IRQ lines and one programmable chip select for motherboard Plug-andPlay functions. The interrupt lines can be routed to any of the available ISA interrupts.
The on-chip IDE controller supports two IDE connectors for up to four IDE devices providing an
interface for IDE hard disks and CD-ROMs. The ATA bus pins are dedicated to improve the
performance of IDE master.
The M1523 supports the Super Green feature for Intel and Intel compatible CPUs. It implements
programmable hardware events, software event and external switches (for suspend/turbo/ring-in).
The M1523 provides CPU clock control (STPCLKJ). The STPCLKJ can be active (low) or inactive
(high) in turn by throttling control.
2.3.1
•
Technology
•
•
•
•
•
0.6µm, triple-metal CMOS process
Provides a bridge between the PCI bus and ISA bus
•
PCI interface
•
Supports PCI master and slave interface
•
Supports PCI master and slave initiated termination
•
PCI spec. 2.1 compliant (delay transaction support)
Buffers
•
8-byte bidirectional line buffers for DMA/ISA memory read/write cycles to PCI bus
•
32-bit posted-write buffer for PCI memory write and I/O data write (for sound card) to ISA
bus
Provides steerable PCI interrupts for PnP PCI devices
•
Up to eight PCI interrupts routing
•
Level-to-edge trigger transfer
Enhanced DMA controller
•
2-14
Features
Provides seven programmable channels (four for 8-bit data size, three for 16-bit data
size)
Service Guide
•
•
•
32-bit addressability
•
Provides compatible DMA transfers
•
Provides type F transfers
Interrupt controller
•
Provides 14 interrupt channels
•
Independently programmable level/edge triggered channels
Counter/Timers
•
•
•
•
•
•
Provides 8254 compatible timers for system timer, refresh request, speaker output use
Keyboard controller
•
Built-in PS2/AT keyboard controller
•
The specific I/O is used to save the external TTL buffer
Real time clock
•
Built-in real-time clock
•
128-byte CMOS RAM with 2µA standby current maximum
Plug-and-Play port support
•
programmable chip select
•
Steerable interrupt request lines
PMU interface
•
Supports CPU SMM mode, SMI feature
•
Supports programmable stop clock throttle
•
Supports the APM control
•
Provides external suspend mode switch/turbo switch/ring-in switch
•
Provides four system states for power saving (on, doze, standby, suspend)
•
Provides three timers from 1 second to 300 minutes to individually monitor VGA, MODE,
IN status
•
Supports RTC alarm wake up control
IDE interface
•
Built-in PCI IDE master controller
•
Supports PIO modes up to mode 5 timings, and multiword DMA mode 0, 1, 2
•
8 x 32-bit pre-read and posted-write buffers
•
Dedicated pins for ATA interface
•
Supports up to 256 KB ROM size decode
•
Reserved USB interface
•
208-pin PQFP package
Major Chips Description
2-15
2.3.2
Block Diagram
M 1 5 2 3 Blo c k Diagram
PWG
CPURST
RSTDRV
OSC14M
PCICLK
CBEJ[3:0]
AD[31:0]
FRAMEJ
TRDYJ
IRDYJ
STOPJ
DEVSELJ
SERRJ
PAR
PHOLDJ
PHLDAJ
FERRJ
IRQ[15:14]
IRQ[11:3]
INTAJ/M1II
NTBJ/S0
INTCJ/S1
INTDJ/S2
IGNNEJ
INTR
NMI
A20MJ
USBCLK
USBP[11:10]
IDRQ[0:1]
IDAKJ[0:1]
IDERDY
IDEIORJ
IDEIOWJ
IDESCS3J
IDESCS1J
IDEPCS3J
IDEPCS1J
IDE_A[2:0]
IDE_D[15:0]
Figure 2-5
2-16
Clock & Reset
PCI BUS
Interface
UNIT
PCI
Arbiter
Interface
ISA
Interrupt
UNIT
PCI
Interrupt
UNIT
CPU
Interface
USB
Interface
(reserved)
PCI
IDE
Master
Interface
DATA
Buffer
Control
Address
Buffer
Decoder
ISA BUS
Interface
UNIT
PMU or APIC
Interface
Timer
UNIT
MISC.
Logic
REAL
Time
Clock
PS2/AT
Keyboard
Controller
DMA
Refresh
UNIT
SD[15:8]
XD[7:0]
SA[19:0]
SBHEJ
LA[23:17]
IO16J
M16J
MEMRJ
MEMWJ
AEN
IOCHRDYJ
NOWSJ
IOCHKJ
SYSCLK
BALE
IORJ
IOWJ
SMEMRJ/LMEGJ
SMEMWJ/RTCAS
EXTSW
STPCLKJ
SPKR
SIRQI
XDIR
SPLED
ROMCSJ
SIRQII
RTC32KI
RTC32KII
KBINH/IRQ1
KBCLK/KBCSJ
KBDATA
MSCLK
IRQ12/MDATA
DREQ[7:5]
DREQ[3:0]
DACKJ[7:5]
DACK2J/3J
TC
REFSHJ
M1523 Block Diagram
Service Guide
2.3.3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
Pin Diagram
Vss
BALE
SA2
SA1
SA0
SBHEJ
M16J
LA23
IO16J
LA22
IRQ10
LA21
IRQ11
VDD/BAT
RTC32KII
RTC32KI
PWG
LA20
LA19
IRQ15
LA18
IRQ14
LA17
MEMRJ
DREQ0
Vss
MEMWJ
DACK5J
SD8
DREQ5
SD9
DACK6J
SD10
DREQ6
SD11
DACK7J
SD12
DREQ7
SD13
VDD
SD14
SD15
OSC14M
SIRQI
SIRQII
USBCLK
DACK0J
DACK1J
CPURST
SMIJ
STPCLKJ
Vss
Figure 2-6
ALi
M1523
VDD
IRQ12
MSCLK
KBDATA
KBCLK/KBCSJ
KBINH/IRQ1
IDESCS3J
IDESCS1J
IDEPCS3J
IDEPCS1J
IDE_A0
IDE_A2
IDE_A1
IDAKJ1
IDAKJ0
IDERDY
IDEIORJ
IDEIOWJ
IDRQ1
IDRQ0
IDE_D0
IDE_D15
Vss
IDE_D1
IDE_D14
IDE_D2
IDE_D13
IDE_D3
IDE_D12
IDE_D4
IDE_D11
IDE_D5
IDE_D10
IDE_D6
IDE_D9
IDE_D7
VDD
IDE_D8
AD0
AD1
AD2
AD3
AD4
AD5
AD6
AD7
CBEJ0
AD8
AD9
AD10
AD11
VDD
156
155
154
153
152
151
150
149
148
147
146
145
144
143
142
141
140
139
138
137
136
135
134
133
132
131
130
129
128
127
126
125
124
123
122
121
120
119
118
117
116
115
114
113
112
111
110
109
108
107
106
105
M1523 Pin Diagram
Major Chips Description
2-17
2.3.4
Signal Descriptions
Table 2-3
M1523 Signal Descriptions
Signal
Pin
Type
Description
Clock and Reset
PWG
17
I
Power-Good Input. This signal comes from the power
supply to indicate that power is available and stable.
CPURST
49
O
CPU Reset includes cold and warm reset 3.3V signal
(connected to CPU INIT)
RSTDRV
57
O
CPU Cold Reset. 3.3V signal (connected to CPU RESET)
OSC14M
43
I
14.318Mhz Clock Input. This is used for 8254 timer clock.
PCICLK
71
I
PCI clock for internal PCI interface.
AD[31:0]
73-80, 83-90,
100-104, 106109, 111-118
I/O
Address and Data are multiplexed on PCI bus. During
the first clock of a PCI transaction, AD[31-0] contains a
physical address. During subsequent clocks, AD[31-0]
contains data.
C/BEJ[3:0]
81, 91, 99,
110
I/O
Bus Command and Byte Enable. During address phase,
CBEJ[3:0] define the bus command. During data phase,
CBEJ[3:0] define the byte enables.
FRAMEJ
92
I/O
Cycle Frame. is driven by current initiator to indicate the
beginning and duration of an access.
DEVSELJ
95
I/O
Device Select. . This indicates that the target device has
decoded the address as its own cycle. This pin is an
output pin when the M1523 acts as a PCI slave that has
decoded address as its own cycle including subtractive
decoding.
IRDYJ
93
I/O
Initiator Ready indicates the initiator’s ability to complete
the current data phase of the transaction.
TRDYJ
94
I/O
Target Ready indicates the target's ability to complete the
current data phase of the transaction.
STOPJ
96
I/O
Stop indicates to the M1523 is requesting a master to stop
the current transaction.
PAR
98
I/O
Parity Signal. PAR is even parity and is calculated on
AD[31:0] and CBEJ[3:0]. When the M1523 acts as a PCI
master, it drives PAR one PCI clock after address phase
for a read/write transaction and one PCI clock after data
phase for a write transaction. When the M1523 acts as
target, it drives PAR one PCI clock after data phase for a
PCI master read transaction.
SERRJ
97
I
System Error may be pulsed active by any agent that
detects a system error condition.
When SERRJ is
sampled low, the M1523 asserts NMI to send an interrupt
to the CPU.
PCI Interface
2-18
Service Guide
Table 2-3
M1523 Signal Descriptions (continued)
Signal
Pin
Type
Description
PCI Interrupt Unit
INTAJ_MI
67
I
PCI Interrupt Input A or PCI interrupt polling input.
INTBJ
68
I/O
PCI Interrupt Input B or polling select_0 output.
INTCJ
69
I/O
PCI Interrupt Input C or polling select_1 output.
INTDJ
70
I/O
PCI Interrupt Input D or polling select_2 output.
66
O
M1523 requests the ownership of the PCI bus.
PCI Arbiter
PHOLDJ
Hardware setting option
Pull low : internal RTC is enabled
Pull high : external RTC is used.
PHLDAJ
65
I
PCI Hold Acknowledge. When this pin is asserted, the
M1523 owns the PCI bus.
IGNNEJ
55
O
Ignore Numeric Error. This pin is used as the ignore
numeric coprocessor error.
INTR
54
O
Interrupt Request to CPU. This is the interrupt signal
generated by the internal 8259.
NMI
58
O
Non-maskable Interrupt. This is non-maskable interrupt
request to CPU.
A20MJ
56
O
CPU A20 Mask. This is the address line 20 mask signal.
FERRJ/IRQ13
62
I
Floating Point Error. FERRJ input to generate IRQ13.
When the coprocessor interface is disabled in
configuration port 43h bit 6, the function of this pin is
IRQ13.
IRQ12 / MDATAO
155
I/O
Mouse Interrupt Request Input/Mouse Data Output. When
internal PS/2 keyboard is disabled, this pin is mouse
interrupt input. Otherwise, this pin is mouse data output.
IRQ[15:14],
IRQ[11:9],
IRQ[7:3]
20, 22, 13, 11,
164, 194, 196,
200, 202
I
SD[15:8]
42, 41, 39, 37,
35, 33, 31, 29
I/O
ISA High-byte Slot Data Bus. These lines are system data
lines.
XD[7:0]
161-163, 165,
167, 168, 170171
I/O
External Data Bus lines connect to SD[7:0] by an external
TTL LS245, whose direction is controlled by the M1523
output signal XDIR.
SA19
175
O
ISA Slot Address Bus A19.
SA18
177
O
ISA Slot Address Bus A18.
SA17
179
O
ISA Slot Address Bus A17.
CPU Interface (3.3V)
ISA Interface
Major Chips Description
Interrupt Request Signals.
2-19
Table 2-3
M1523 Signal Descriptions (continued)
Signal
Pin
Type
Description
SA[16:0]
181, 185, 187,
188, 190, 192,
193, 195, 197,
199, 201, 203,
205, 207, 3, 4,
5
I/O
ISA Slot Address Bus.
connected to slot address.
SBHEJ
6
I/O
ISA Slot Byte-high Enable. In a CPU or PCI master cycle,
this signal is generated by BE3J-BE0J and the chip’s
internal control circuit. In a DMA cycle, it is generated by
internal 8237. In a refresh cycle, it is generated by the
internal refresh circuits. It is an input signal for ISA
master cycle.
LA[23:17]
8, 10, 12, 18,
19, 21, 23
I/O
ISA Latched Address Bus. They are input during ISA
master cycle.
IO16J
9
I
ISA 16-bit I/O Device Indicator. This signal indicates the
I/O device supports 16-bit transfers.
M16J
7
I/O
ISA 16-bit Memory Device Indicator. This signal indicates
the memory device supports 16-bit transfers.
MEMRJ
24
I/O
ISA Memory Read.
master cycle.
This signal is an input during ISA
MEMWJ
27
I/O
ISA Memory Write.
master cycle.
This signal is an input during ISA
AEN
173
O
ISA I/O Address Enable. Active high signal during DMA
cycle to prevent I/O device from misinterpreting the DMA
cycle as valid I/O cycle.
IOCHRDY
172
I/O
ISA System Ready. This signal is an output during
ISA/DMA master cycle.
NOWSJ
169
I
ISA Zero-wait State for Input. This signal terminates the
CPU to ISA command instantly.
IOCHKJ
160
I
ISA Parity Error. M1523 generates NMI to CPU when this
signal is asserted.
SYSCLK
183
O
ISA System Clock. This signal provides clocking function
to ISA bus.
BALE
2
O
Bus Address Latch Enable. BALE is active throughout
DMA and ISA master and refresh cycles.
IORJ
180
I/O
ISA I/O Read. This signal is an input during ISA master
cycle.
IOWJ
178
I/O
ISA I/O Write. This signal is an input during ISA master
cycle.
ISA Interface
2-20
These lines are addresses
Service Guide
Table 2-3
M1523 Signal Descriptions (continued)
Signal
Pin
Type
Description
ISA Interface
SMEMRJ / LMEGJ
176
O
ISA System Memory Read. When the internal RTC is
enabled, this signal indicates that the memory read cycle
is for an address below 1-MB address. Otherwise, this pin
only indicates an address below 1M byte.
SMEMWJ / RTCAS
174
O
ISA System Memory Write. When the internal RTC is
enabled, this signal indicates that the memory write cycle
is for an address below 1-MB address. Otherwise, this pin
is used as RTC address strobe.
DREQJ[7:5]
DREQJ[3:0]
38, 34, 30,
186, 166, 189,
25
I
DMA Request Signals.
signals.
DACKJ[7:5] /
DAK_SEL[2:0]
DACKJ[3] / PCSJ,
DACKJ[2] /
DACKOJDACKJ[1],
DACKJ[0]
36,32,
28,
184,
204,
48,
47
O
I/O
O
When DACKJ polling mode is disabled, these pins are
DACKJ[7:5,3:0](O).
Otherwise, these pins are
DAK_SEL[2:0](O) connect to external MUX select inputs,
PCSJ(O) programmable chip select, and DACKOJ(O)
connected to external MUX chip enable.
TC
206
O
These are DMA request input
DMA End of Process. Hardware setting options:
Pulled low: Support external I/O APIC mode
Pulled high: Not support external I/O APIC
REFSHJ
191
I/O
ISA Refresh Cycle. This signal is input during ISA master
cycles, but an output during other cycles.
43
O
Speaker Output. Hardware setting options:
Timer
SPKR
Pulled low: Enable Internal KBC
Pulled high: Disable Internal KBC
Miscellaneous
SPLED
44
O
Speed LED Output. Hardware setting options:
Pulled low:
Enable DMA DACKJ[7:5,3:0]
polling mode
Pulled high: Disable DMA DACKJ[7:5;3:0]
polling mode
ROMCSJ
158
O
ROM and RTC Chip Select. This signal must be pulled
high for normal operation.
XDIR
159
O
X-bus Direction Control. Hardware setting option: must be
pulled high.
KBINH/ IRQ1
151
I
KB Inhibit Input when the internal KBC is enabled.
IRQ1 Input when the internal KBC is disabled
KBCLK/ KBCSJ
152
I/O
KB interface CLK when the internal KBC is enabled.
KB Chip Select when the internal KBC is disabled
KBDATA
153
O
KB interface Data when the internal KBC is enabled.
Major Chips Description
2-21
Table 2-3
M1523 Signal Descriptions (continued)
Signal
Pin
Type
Description
Miscellaneous
MSCLK
154
O
Mouse Clock Output when the internal KBC is enabled.
RTC32KI
16
I
RTC 32.768K Osc1. This is crystal input and requires an
external 32.768khz quartz crystal.
RTC32KII
15
I
RTC 32.768K Osc2. This is crystal input and requires an
external 32.768khz quartz crystal.
SIRQI
44
I
Steerable IRQ Input 1
SIRQII/IRQ8J
45
I
Steerable IRQ Input 2 when the internal RTC is enabled.
RTC interrupt input when the internal RTC is disabled.
USBCLK
46
I
Universal serial bus clock pin (reserved).
USBP1[1:0]
59, 60
I/O
Universal serial bus data pin (reserved).
Power Management
EXTSW /
APICREQJ
61
I
External SMI Switch or APIC Request Input. EXTSW is a
falling edge triggered input to the M1523 showing that an
external device is requesting the system to enter SMM
mode. An external pull-up should be placed on this signal
if it is not used or it is not guaranteed to be always driven.
When external APIC mode is enabled, this pin is
APICREQJ.
SMIJ / APICCSJ
50
O
SMM Interrupt or APIC Chip Select. A synchronous
output asserted by the M1523 in response to one of many
enabled hardware or software events. When external APIC
mode is enabled, this pin is APICCSJ.
STPCLKJ /
APICGNTJ
51
O
Stop CPU Clock Request or APIC Grant Output.
STPCLKJ is connected directly to the CPU and is
synchronous with PCI clock. When external APIC mode is
enabled, this pin is APICGNTJ.
IDRQ[1:0]
138-137
I
IDE DRQ Request for IDE Master
IDAKJ[1:0]
143-142
O
IDE DACKJ for IDE Master
IDERDY
141
I
IDE Ready
IDEIORJ
140
O
IDE IORJ Command
IDEIOWJ
139
O
IDE IOWJ Command
IDESCS1J
149
O
IDE chip Select for Secondary Channel 0
IDESCS3J
150
O
IDE chip Select for Secondary Channel 1
IDEPCS1J
147
O
IDE chip Select for Primary Channel 0
IDEPCS3J
148
O
IDE chip Select for Primary Channel 1
IDE_A[2:0]
145, 144, 146
O
IDE ATA Address Bus
IDE Interface
2-22
Service Guide
Table 2-3
M1523 Signal Descriptions (continued)
Signal
Pin
Type
135, 132, 130,
128, 126, 124,
122, 119, 121,
123, 125, 127,
129, 131, 133,
136
I/O
Description
IDE Interface
IDE_D[15:0]
IDE ATA Data Bus
Vcc and Vss
VCC3
53
P
Vcc 3.3V
VCC5/VBAT
14
P
RTC Battery Input
VCC5
40, 72, 105,
120, 156, 208
P
VCC 5.0V(VDD)
Vss
1, 26, 52, 82,
104, 134, 157,
182
P
Vss or Ground.
Major Chips Description
2-23
2.4
ALI M7101 (Power Management Unit)
2.4.1
Features
•
Four operating states - ON, DOZE, SLEEP, APM
•
Programmable DOZE and SLEEP timer
•
Programmable EL timer for backlight control
•
Two Programmable APM timers
•
•
•
Two output pins depending on operating state, each pin is programmable and power
configurable
Provides system activity and EL activity monitorings, includes
•
Video
•
Harddisk
•
Floppy
•
Serial port
•
Parallel port
•
Keyboard
•
Six programmable I/O address groups activity monitor
•
Two programmable memory address groups activity monitor
Multiple external wake-up events from DOZE or SLEEP to ON states
•
External Push button
•
Cover open
•
Modem Ring
•
RTC alarm
•
DRQ
•
Two level battery warning monitors
•
24 General Purpose I/O pins. Each pin can be programmed to become input or output
•
32 External expandable general purpose output signals
•
32 External expandable general purpose input signals
•
LCD control
•
Rundown monitor detect
•
Suspend wake-up detect
•
100-pin PQFP package
2-24
Service Guide
2.4.2
Pin Diagram
Vss
AD23
AD22
AD21
AD20
AD19
AD18
AD17
AD16
CBEJ2
VDD5
FRAMEJ
IRDYJ
TRDYJ
DEVSELJ
PAR
CBEJ1
SMIJ
Vss
AD15
AD14
AD13
AD12
AD11
AD10
Figure 2-7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
ALi
M7101
75
74
73
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
GPIOC3
GPIOC2
GPIOC1
GPIOC0
GPIOA7
GPIOA6
GPIOA5
GPIOA4
GPIOA3
GPIOA2
GPIOA1
GPIOA0
Vss
CLK32
SEL1
SEL0
VDD5
DISPLAY
CCFT
FPVEE
SPKCTL
SQWO
SLED
DRQ
CRT
M7101 Pin Diagram
Major Chips Description
2-25
2.4.3
Table 2-4
Pin Description
M7101 Pin Descriptions
Name
No.
Type
Description
PCI interface : (42)
PCICLK
89
I
PCI Clock. This is the PCI Bus interface CLK input signal. This
clock frequency should not be more than 33 Mhz. It is used by
internal PCI interface.
AD[31:0]
91-98,29, 2025, 27,
28, 3037
I/O
CBEJ[3:0]
99,10,
17,29
I
PCI Bus Command and Byte enable. These are PCI bus
commands at address phase and byte enable signals at data phase.
Since M7101 is PCI slave only, it will not drive CBEJ[3:0]. They are
inputs only.
FRAMEJ
12
I
Cycle FRAME for PCI bus. This signal indicates the beginning and
duration of a PCI access.
DEVSELJ
15
O
Device select. When M7101 has decoded the address as its own
cycle, it will assert DEVSELJ.
IRDYJ
13
I
Initiator Device Ready. This signal indicates the initiator is ready to
complete the current data phase of transaction.
TRDYJ
14
O
Target Device Ready. This signal indicates that M7101 is ready to
complete the current data phase of transaction.
PAR
16
O
Parity bit of PCI bus. It is the even parity bit across AD[31:0] and
CBEJ[3:0]
PCI Address and Data bus. These lines are connected to PCI Bus’
AD[31:0]. These lines contain Address and Data bus information
for PCI transaction.
CLK & RESET interface : (3)
CLK32
62
I
32KHz clock. This is 32KHz clock input, used by internal timers and
relative PMU circuit.
PWGD
40
I
POWER GOOD. When PWGD low means the VDD5&VDD3 power
supply is turned off. When high, it means the power is available and
stable. This signal will be sent to suspend circuit to disable the
suspend protected circuit when PWGD is high. It will also be sent to
reset the circuit supplied by VDD5&VDD3 power.
SUSRSTJ
39
I
SUSPEND RESET. SUSPEND circuit RESET signal. When low,
the suspend circuit will be reset. The suspend circuit is supplied by
the VDDS power.
PMU Input event interface : (11)
ACPWR
2-26
49
I
AC power. When plugged in or out, the AC adapter status will be
reflected at this signal. Both low to high or high to low transition will
generate SMIJ. An internal debounce is built-in to avoid the input
bouncing problem. Both rising & falling will be detected. This is a
smith-trigger input signal.
Service Guide
Table 2-4
M7101 Pin Descriptions (Continued)
Name
No.
Type
Description
PMU Input event interface : (11)
LBJ
47
I
Low Battery. First stage battery low indication. If low is detected
and Low Battery Timer is timeout, then battery low 1 SMIJ will be
generated every programmed interval time until battery low 2 SMIJ
is asserted or LB timer is reset. No debounce circuit is built in. Only
low level is detected.
LLBJ
48
I
Low Low Battery. Second stage battery low indication. If low is
detected and Low Low Battery Timer is timeout, then battery low 2
SMIJ will be generated every programmed interval time until both
LB and LLB timer are reset. No debounce circuit is built in. Only low
level is detected.
LLBJ LBJ
H
H
Normal condition
H
L
Low Battery SMIJ will generate every interval.
Low Low Battery SMIJ will not happen.
L
X
Low Battery SMIJ will not happen.
Low Low Battery SMIJ will generate every interval.
COVSW
41
I/O
/SUSTAT2
Cover switch (when 0F8h, D7=1). Cover switch status input. When
COVER is closed, the cover switch is also pressed and a COVSW
SMIJ will be generated. When COVER is opened, the cover switch
will be released, a COVSW SMIJ will be generated, too. Moreover,
both close and open will generate a doze-to-on or sleep-to-on SMIJ
to wake the system up if the system is in Doze or Sleep state,
respectively. Debounce circuit is built in. It detects both rising and
falling edge.
Suspend status 2 (when 0F8h, D7=0, it is default value). It is
suspend status 2 signal during 0/5V suspend system. It will be low
in normal. When writing to port 0FAh, it will go high to close the
charger. Any event of RI, RTC or HOTKEYJ will wake it up, and let
this pin go low again.
RI
42
I
Modem Ring. Modem ring input. A programmable ring counter will
count the ring pulse. If the ring pulse reaches the counter‘s setting
value, a doze-to-on SMIJ or sleep-to-on SMIJ will be generated to
wakeup the system. If the system is already at on state, there will be
no new event or action. No debounce circuit is built in. It only
detects rising edge.
RTC
43
I
RTC Alarm wakeup. A low to high transition of this signal will
generate a doze-to-on or sleep-to-on SMIJ to wakeup the system. If
the system is already at on state, there will be no new event or
action. No debounce circuit is built in. It only detects rising edge.
DRQ
52
I
Floppy DMA Request. A low to high transition of this signal will
generate a doze-to-on or sleep-to-on SMIJ to wakeup the system. If
the system is at on state already, there will be no new event or
action. No debounce circuit is built in. It only detects rising edge.
Major Chips Description
2-27
Table 2-4
Name
M7101 Pin Descriptions (Continued)
No.
Type
Description
PMU Input event interface : (11)
PS2
50
I
External PS2 MOUSE. This signal represents whether the PS2
MOUSE is plugged in or not. When a PS2 MOUSE is plugged in, a
high to low transition will generate a SMIJ. When a PS2 MOUSE is
pulled out, a low to high transition will generate a SMIJ as well. In
addition, the signal status can be read from BEEPER offset 0CBh
D1 register. Debounce circuit is built in. It detects both rising and
falling edges. This is a Smith-trigger input signal.
CRT
51
I
External CRT connector. This signal represents whether the
External CRT connector is plugged in or not. When an external
CRT connector is plugged in, a high to low transition will generate
an SMIJ. When an external CRT connector is pulled out, a low to
high transition will generate an SMIJ, too. Moreover, the signal
status can be read from BEEPER offset 0CBh D0 register.
Debounce circuit is built in. It detects both rising and falling edges.
Smith-trigger input.
HOTKEYJ
44
I
HotKey press. When HotKey is pressed, a high to low transition will
generate an SMIJ. Debounce circuit is built in. It detects only
falling edge. This is a Smith-trigger input signal.
FPVEE
56
I
LCD backlight VEE. LCD backlight VEE on/off control signal.
Internal circuit uses this signal to generate DISPLAY and CCFT
signals. On one hand, if FPVEE goes from low to high, DISPLAY
will go high after 62.5ms to 125ms. If FPVEE goes low, DISPLAY
will go low immediately. On the other hand, FPVEE will AND with
offset 0D2h D0 to generate CCFT. That is, if both FPVEE and offset
0D2h D0 are high then CCFT will be high or 1Khz clock with
programmable duty cycle. Otherwise CCFT will be low.
PMU output interface (9)
SLED
53
O
Square LED display. 1Hz/2Hz square wave output. It can drive the
LED to Flash. When disabled, this signal will be kept at high/low
level as programmed.
SPKCTL
55
O
Speaker output. This signal is connected to speaker circuit to
generate sound directly.
SQWO
54
O
Square wave output. Square wave output with 1Hz or 2Hz. When
disabled, this signal will keep at high/low level as programmed.
61-60
I/O
Programmable output control. These two pins are programmable
output control pins at different state. When Power on, these two
pins will be inputs and the Pull high( internal chip default is pull high
50K) or pull low (The pull low should use 4.7K resistor), will latch to
ON state register. The values of ON, DOZE and SLEEP registers
corresponding to four operation status can be programmed. That is,
when system is at different states, the corresponding register value
will be sent to SEL[1:0].
SEL[1:0]
2-28
Service Guide
Table 2-4
Name
M7101 Pin Descriptions (Continued)
No.
Type
Description
PMU output interface (9)
CCFT
57
O
Backlight control. This signal is used to turn on/off LCD backlight.
FPVEE will AND with offset 0D2h D0 to generate CCFT. That is, if
both FPVEE and offset 0D2h D0 are high then CCFT will be high or
1Khz signal with programmed duty cycle by offset 0Fbh D[4:0].
Otherwise CCFT will be low.
DISPLAY
58
O
LCD Display On/Off control. This signal is used to control the LCD
display ON/OFF. If FPVEE goes from low to high, DISPLAY will
also go high after a period of about 62.5ms to 125ms. If not active,
it will go low immediately.
SMIJ
18
O
System Management Interrupt. System Management interrupt
output. It is the SMIJ output when internal SMIJ is generated or the
IN_SMIJ input of the APM function is asserted. The high/low active
level can be selected. There are three types of active method :
1. If offset 0D2h D7=1,D3=0, this signal will be asserted until
reading/writing all of SMIJ status register‘s bits. This can be treated
as a level SMIJ.
2. If offset 0D2h D7=0, D3=1, this signal will be asserted until
reading/writing all of SMIJ status register‘s bits or a programmed
interval time out.
3. If offset 0D2h D7=0, D3=0, this signal will be asserted for an
interval time. This can be treated as a pulse SMIJ.
SUSTATE
45
O
SUSPEND STATE. When writing to port 0FAh or POSSTA goes
high, the SUSTATE will go high. The system will enter SUSPEND
mode. Only VDDS will supply the power, other VDD5 or VDD3 will
have no power. Only RI, RTC, HOTKEYJ or COVSW can wake up
the system and let the SUSTATE be low again. The VDD5 and
VDD3 will supply power.
General purpose I/O interface(24)
General purpose I/O group A
GPIOA[7:0]
71-64
I/O
General Purpose I/O group A. These signals can be programmed to
be inputs or outputs. Offset 0D9h D[7:0] control the I/O attributes.
When programmed to be outputs, offset 0D8h D[7:0] will be set to
corresponding signal. When programmed to be inputs, the signal
can be read from the Offset 0D8h D[7:0] corresponding bits.
Offset 0D9h
D[n] = 0
GPIOA[n]= Input
GPIOA[n] value can be read from Offset 0D8h D[n]
1
GPIOA[n]= Output
Offset 0D8h D[n] value will be sent to GPIOA[n] where "n" is
from 7 to 0
GPIOA7
(71)
/POSSTA
Major Chips Description
I
Positive input. When offset 0F6h D13=‘1’, this pin will sense a high
level to active SUSTATE pin and force M7101 input suspend mode.
2-29
Table 2-4
Name
M7101 Pin Descriptions (Continued)
No.
Type
Description
General purpose I/O interface(24)
General purpose I/O group A
GPIOA6
(70)
I
Speak input. When offset 0F6h D6=‘1’, this pin will be speaker
input. The input signal will xor with SPKCTL internally.
(69)
O
External General Purpose I/O B write. When SQWO is pull low
4.7K, the GPIOA5 will become GPIOWA. External General purpose
A R/W control pulse, When write index 0F0h with a byte or a word.
A 74373 latch pulse will be generated at this pin. The 74373 input
should be connected to PCI AD[23:16] if a byte command. If a word
command, two 74373s will be used and inputs are connected to PCI
AD[31:16]. The write action also will write into the internal register.
So when reading the offset, the value will be sent by M7101 to host.
(68)
O
External General Purpose I/O B read. When SQWO is pull low
4.7K, the GPIOA0 will become GPIORAJ. External General
purpose A Read control pulse. When Read index 0F1h with a byte
or a word, a 74245 OEJ pulse will be generated at this pin. The
74245 output should be connected to PCI AD[23:16] if a byte
command. If a word command, two 74245 will be used and4
outputs are connected to PCI AD[31:16]. When read index 0E1h,
M7101 will send DEVSELJ, TRDYJ but float the AD[31:0] because
the data will be sent by 74245. The write action has no meaning
and nothing will be done.
(67)
O
Contrast2. When offset 0F6h D14=‘0’ and D9=‘1’, this pin will be
the LCD contrast output 2. It is a 1Khz signal with programmable
duty cycle controlled by offset 0FBh D[15:13].
/SPEKIN
GPIOA5
/GPIOWB
GPIOA4
/GPIORBJ
GPIOA3
/O
/CONTRAST2
/SLOWDOW
N
GPIOA2
SLOWDOWN (default). When offset 0F6h D14=‘1’, this pin will be
the slow down clock control output pin.
(66)
O
Contrast1. When offset 0F6h D14=’0’ and D8=’1’, this pin will be
the LCD contrast output1. It is a 1 KHz signal with programmable
duty cycle controlled by offset 0FBh D[12:8].
(65)
O
External General Purpose I/O A write. When SPKCTL is pull low
4.7K, the GPIOA1 will become GPIOWA. External General purpose
A R/W control pulse, When write index 0E0h with a byte or a word.
A 74373 latch pulse will be generated at this pin, The 74373 input
should be connected to PCI AD[23:16] if a byte command. If a word
command , two 74373s will be used and inputs are connected to
PCI AD[31:16]. The write action also will write into the internal
register. So when reading the offset, the value will be sent by
M7101 to host.
/CONTRAST1
GPIOA1
/GPIOWA
2-30
Service Guide
Table 2-4
Name
M7101 Pin Descriptions (Continued)
No.
Type
Description
General purpose I/O interface(24)
General purpose I/O group A
GPIOA0
(64)
O
/GPIORAJ
External General Purpose I/O A read. When SPKCTL is pull low
4.7K, the GPIOA0 will become GPIORAJ. External General
purpose A Read control pulse, When Read index 0E1h with a byte
or a word. A 74245 OEJ pulse will be generated at this pin. The
74245 output should be connected to PCI AD[23:16] if a byte
command. If a word command, two 74245s will be used and
outputs are connected to PCI AD[31:16]. When read index 0E1h,
M7101 will send DEVSELJ, TRDYJ but float the AD[31:0] because
the data will be sent by 74245. The write action has no meaning
and nothing will be done.
General purpose I/O interface(24)
General purpose I/O group B
GPIOB[7 :0]
88,85,
87,86,
84-81
I/O
General Purpose I/O group B. These signals can be programmed to
be input or output. Offset 0DBh D[7:0] control the I/O attribute.
When programmed to be output, Offset 0DAh D[7:0] will set to
corresponding signal. When programmed to be input, the signal
can be read from the Offset 0DAh D[7:0] corresponding bits.
Offset 0DBh
D[n] = 0 : GPIOB[n]=input
GPIOB[n] value can be read from Offset 0DAh D[n]
1 : GPIOB[n]=Output
Offset 0DAh D[n] value will send to GPIOB[n]
"n" value is from 7 to 0
GPIOB7
(88)
O
Stop clock signal. When DISPLAY is pulled low or offset 0F6h
D14=‘1’, this pin will become stop clock signal output. It may be
connected to CPU to force it into STPGNT or STPCLK mode. Write
port 0EFh will assert this function.
(85)
O
APM State. When DISPLAY is pulled low, this pin will be APM state.
It may be connected to clock generator to slow down clock. It is
asserted when HALT or STPGNT cycle is detected and recovers
when IN_SMIJ, IN_INTR or IN_INIT is asserted. System can use
this signal to know the APM status, and slow down the speed or turn
off some peripheral power to decrease the power consumption.
This signal will be synchronized with PCICLK‘s rising or falling edge.
(87)
O
INIT Output. When DISPLAY is pulled low, this pin will be INIT
output. It will be disabled when IN_INIT is detected and AMSTATJ is
asserted. Then, it will be sent as a 16 PCICLK wide pulse after
AMSTATJ is deasserted. Otherwise, it will be the same with
IN_INIT. It may be connected to CPU.
(86)
O
INTR Output. When DISPLAY is pulled low, this pin will become
INTR output. It may be connected to CPU. When AMSTATJ is
asserted, IN_INTR will be masked until AMSTATJ is de-asserted.
/STPCLKJ
GPIOB6
/AMSTATJ
GPIOB5
/OUT_INIT
GPIOB4
/OUT_INTR
Major Chips Description
2-31
Table 2-4
Name
M7101 Pin Descriptions (Continued)
No.
Type
Description
General purpose I/O interface(24)
General purpose I/O group B
GPIOB3
(84)
I
BRDYJ Input. When DISPLAY is pulled low, this pin will be BRDYJ
input. It must be connected to CPU.
(83)
I
INIT Input. When DISPLAY is pulled low, this pin will be INIT input.
(82)
I
SMIJ Input. When DISPLAY is pulled low, this pin will be SMIJ
input.
(81)
I
SMIJ Input. When DISPLAY is pulled low, this pin will be INTR
input.
/IN_BRDYJ
GPIOB2
/IN_INIT
GPIOB1
/IN_SMIJ
GPIOB0
/IN_INTR
General purpose I/O interface(24)
General purpose I/O group C
GPIOC[7:0]
80-77,
75-72
I/O
General Purpose I/O group C. When these signals are set to
GPIOC[7:0], these signals can be programmed to be input or
output. Offset 0DDh D[7:0] control the I/O attribute. When
programmed to be output, offset 0DCh D[7:0] will set to
corresponding signal. When programmed to be input, the signal
can be read from the Offset 0DCh D[7:0] corresponding bits.
Offset 0DDh
D[n] = 0 : GPIOC[n]=input
GPIOC[n] value can be read from Offset 0DCh D[n]
1 : GPIOC[n]=Output
Offset 0DAh D[n] value will send to GPIOC[n]
"n" value is from 7 to 0
GPIOC7
(80)
I
/VCSJ
VGA Chip select. When offset 0F6h D12=0, this signal is GPIOC7.
When D12=1, this signal will become VCSJ.
When access to VGA memory range, VGA chip will set this signal to
active low. The internal circuit use this signal to monitor the VGA
active to restart the timer or generate SMIJ. No debounce is built in.
Low level detect.
GPIOC6
/SETUPJ
(79)
I
Setup switch. When offset 0F6h D11=0, this signal is GPIOC6.
When D11=1, this signal will become SETUPJ.
Setup switch input. A transition will generate setup switch SMIJ.
Debounce circuit is built in. Both rising and falling edges are
detected. Smith-trigger input.
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Service Guide
Table 2-4
Name
M7101 Pin Descriptions (Continued)
No.
Type
Description
General purpose I/O interface(24)
General purpose I/O group C
GPIOC5
(78)
/EXTSW
External suspend/resume switch. When offset 0F6h D10=0, this
signal is GPIOC5. When D10=1, this signal will become EXTSW.
External Suspend/Resume switch input. Pressing this switch will
generate SMIJ to suspend or resume the system. When the system
is at resume status(On, Doze), pressing this switch will enter
Suspend status(Sleep). When the system is at Suspend
status(Sleep), pressing the switch will enter ON status. Debounce
circuit is built in. Both rising and falling edge are detected. Smithtrigger input.
GPIOC[4]
(77)
/EJECT
External Eject SMIJ trigger. 1. When index 0F6h D7=0, this signal
is GPIOC(4). When it is 1, this signal will become EJECT
When a rising/falling edge happens at this input, an SMIJ will be
generated. Built in debounce circuit.
GPIOC[3]
(75)
/DOCKJ
Docking insert detected. When index 0F6h D7=0, this signal is
GPIOC[3]. When it is 1, this signal will become DOCKJ
When a rising/falling edge happens at this input, an SMIJ will be
generated. Built in debounce circuit.
GPIOC[2]
(74)
/BIOSA17
GPIOC[1]
When CCFT is low, this signal will become BIOSA17.
(73)
/BIOSA16
GPIOC[0]
BIOS address ROM A17
BIOS address ROM A16
When CCFT is low, this signal will become BIOSA16.
(72)
/ISA16
ISA SLOT address A16
When CCFT is pulled low, this signal will become ISA16.
These two signals connect BIOS ROM A17 & A16 to distinguish
the four parts of BIOS ROM and decided by offset 0D2h D[2:1].
D2 D1 ISA16
BIOSA17 BIOSA16
ROM region
X
X
1
0
1
1
X
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
2
1
1
0
1
1
3
We divided the 256K byte ROM into four parts. E region will
occupy three parts--0,2,3, F region will occupy one part--1. So,
when CPU accesses to F region, that is, ISA16=1, then system will
access ROM region 1, F segment. The E region has three parts
overlaying the same address, software can use offset 0D2h D[2:1]
to choose which ROM region to be accessed.
Major Chips Description
2-33
Table 2-4
M7101 Pin Descriptions (Continued)
Name
No.
Type
Description
Power Pins
VDD5 x 3
11,59,76
P
5V VDD input
VDD3 x 2
26,100
P
3.3V VDD input
VDDS x 1
46
P
5V Suspend VDD input. This pin supplies to RI, RTC, HOTKEYJ,
COVSW, SUSTATE, PWGD, SUSRSTJ pad.
1,19,38,
63,90
P
VSS Ground.
VSS x 5
2.4.4
•
Different Pin definition setting
SLED, CCFT, DISPLAY, SPKCTL, SQWO and GPIOC2 pins are all internal pull high 50K
ohms. The blank part of following table means keeping the original pin definition.
•
When SLED default is pulled high, the chip will be in normal mode.
•
When SLED is pulled low by 4.7K resistor, the chip will be in test mode.
•
When GPIOC2 pull low, the PCI ports are 0078/007A and offset 0F6h D15 will be set, otherwise,
0178/017A.
Table 2-5
Original pin
definition
2-34
M7101 Different Pin Definition Setting
CCFT
DISPLAY
SPKCTL
SQWO
pull low 4.7K
pull low 4.7K
pull low 4.7K
pull low 4.7K
offset 0F6h D1=1
offset 0F6h D2=1
offset 0F6h D3=1
offset 0F6h D4=1
GPIOA5
GPIOWB
GPIOA4
GPIORBJ
GPIOA1
GPIOWA
GPIOA0
GPIORAJ
GPIOB7
STPCLKJ
GPIOB6
AMSTATJ
GPIOB5
OUT_INIT
GPIOB4
OUT_INTR
GPIOB3
IN_BRDYJ
GPIOB2
IN_INIT
GPIOB1
IN_SMIJ
GPIOB0
IN_INTR
GPIOC2
BIOSA17
GPIOC1
BIOSA16
GPIOC0
ISA16
Service Guide
When offset 0F6h, D5=1 and offset 0FBh, D7=1; GPIOB[7:0] and GPIOA[7:0] output some clocks
for testing. The clocks are OTCOUNT, O16K, TCLK2, TCLK3, O128HZ, O16HZ, O8HZ, O4HZ,
O2HZ, O1Hz, ELCOUNT, DZCOUNT, SLCOUNT, RICOUNT, LBCOUNT[1:0].
Table 2-6
Original
pin
definition
M7101 Original Pin Definition Setting
D6=1
D7=1
D8=1
D9=1
D10=1 D11=1 D12=1 D13=1
GPIOA7
GPIOA6
D14=1
POSSTA
SPEKIN
GPIOA3
SLOWDN
CONTRAST2
GPIOA2
CONTRAST1
GPIOB7
STPCLKJ
GPIOB3
BRDYJ
GPIOC7
VCSJ
GPIOC6
SETUP
GPIOC5
EXTSW
GPIOC4
EJECYJ
GPIOC3
DOCKJ
Following is the default pulled values of GPIOA, GPIOB and GPIOC :
•
•
Pull high : GPIOA0, GPIOA4, GPIOB1, GPIOB3, GPIOB6, GPIOB7, GPIOC1, GPIOC2,
GPIOC5, GPIOC6, GPIOC7.
Pull low : Other GPIO pins.
Major Chips Description
2-35
2.4.5
Table 2-7
Numerical Pin List
M7101 Numerical Pin List
No.
Pin Name
Type
No.
Pin Name
Type
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
VSS
AD23
AD22
AD21
AD20
AD19
AD18
AD17
AD16
CBEJ2
VDD5
FRAMEJ
IRDYJ
TRDYJ
DEVSELJ
PAR
CBEJ1
SMIJ
VSS
AD15
AD14
AD13
AD12
AD11
AD10
VDD3
AD9
AD8
CBEJ0
AD7
AD6
AD5
AD4
AD3
AD2
AD1
AD0
VSS
SUSRSTJ
PWGD
COVSW
RI
RTC
HOTKEYJ
SUSTATE
VDDS
LBJ
LLBJ
ACPWR
PS2
P
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I
P
I
I
O
O
O
I
O
P
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
P
I/O
I/O
I
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
P
I
I
I/O
I
I
I
O
P
I
I
I
I
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
CRT
DRQ
SLED
SQWO
SPKCTL
FPVEE
CCFT
DISPLAY
VDD5
SEL0
SEL1
CLK32
VSS
GPIOA0
GPIOA1
GPIOA2
GPIOA3
GPIOA4
GPIOA5
GPIOA6
GPIOA7
GPIOC0
GPIOC1
GPIOC2
GPIOC3
VDD5
GPIOC4
GPIOC5
GPIOC6
GPIOC7
GPIOB0
GPIOB1
GPIOB2
GPIOB3
GPIOB6
GPIOB4
GPIOB5
GPIOB7
PCICLK
VSS
AD31
AD30
AD29
AD28
AD27
AD26
AD25
AD24
CBEJ3
VDD3
I
I
O
O
O
I
O
O
P
I/O
I/O
I
P
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
P
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I
P
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I
P
2-36
Service Guide
2.4.6
Table 2-8
Alphabetical Pin List
M7101 Alphabetical Pin List
No.
Pin Name
Type
No.
Pin Name
Type
49
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
28
27
25
24
23
22
21
20
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
98
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
29
17
10
99
57
62
41
51
15
58
52
56
12
64
65
66
67
ACPWR
AD0
AD1
AD2
AD3
AD4
AD5
AD6
AD7
AD8
AD9
AD10
AD11
AD12
AD13
AD14
AD15
AD16
AD17
AD18
AD19
AD20
AD21
AD22
AD23
AD24
AD25
AD26
AD27
AD28
AD29
AD30
AD31
CBEJ0
CBEJ1
CBEJ2
CBEJ3
CCFT
CLK32
COVSW
CRT
DEVSELJ
DISPLAY
DRQ
FPVEE
FRAMEJ
GPIOA0
GPIOA1
GPIOA2
GPIOA3
I
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I
I
I
I
O
I
I/O
I
O
O
I
I
I
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
68
69
70
71
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
72
73
74
75
77
78
79
80
44
13
47
48
16
89
50
40
42
43
60
61
53
18
54
55
39
45
14
26
100
59
11
76
46
1
19
38
63
90
GPIOA4
GPIOA5
GPIOA6
GPIOA7
GPIOB0
GPIOB1
GPIOB2
GPIOB3
GPIOB6
GPIOB4
GPIOB5
GPIOB7
GPIOC0
GPIOC1
GPIOC2
GPIOC3
GPIOC4
GPIOC5
GPIOC6
GPIOC7
HOTKEYJ
IRDYJ
LBJ
LLBJ
PAR
PCICLK
PS2
PWGD
RI
RTC
SEL0
SEL1
SLED
SMIJ
SQWO
SPKCTL
SUSRSTJ
SUSTATE
TRDYJ
VDD3
VDD3
VDD5
VDD5
VDD5
VDDS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I
I
I
I
O
I
I
I
I
I
I/O
I/O
O
O
O
O
I
O
O
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
Major Chips Description
2-37
2.4.7
Function Description
The function blocks of M7101 are as follows :
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
PCI Interface
State Controller
Timer
Wake up event handler
Activity monitor
Battery monitor
General Purpose Input/Output (GPIO)
SMIJ Generator
SUSPEND monitor
APM monitor
Rundown Emulation
LCD control
SLOWDOWN control
PCI interface
The PCI interface is running at PCICLK frequency. From the point of PCI bus, M7101 is a hidden
component. There are no PCI configuration spaces built in. So using PCI configuration read/write
method cannot detect the existence of M7101.
M7101 just decodes the I/O 0178h/017Ah or 0078h/007Ah address. When it detects the address,
it will assert the DEVSELJ signal and TRDYJ when data is ready. M7101 is only a PCI slave
device, no REQJ and GNTJ signal required. All the PCI interface timing can meet the
requirements of PCI spec. V2.1.
M7101 will monitor the PCI bus behavior to detect the Device access like HDD, SIO, PIO, VGA
memory range, Floppy, KBC and IO&MEM group. It will decode these addresses but not assert
DEVSELJ. The interface is static design. So the input PCICLK can be changed from 33 MHz to 0
Hz without glitch.
There is a Lock register at offset 0D1h. When set D5 to 1 will unlock I/O port 017Ah/007Ah. Host
can read or write I/O port 017Ah/007Ah. When set D5 to 0, then Host cannot I/O read/write I/O
port 017Ah/007Ah except the offset 0D1h. No matter lock or unlock, when access to I/O port
017Ah, DEVSELJ will always be active.
2-38
Service Guide
Table 2-9
M7101 PCI Interface Lock Register
Action
I/O Port
0178h/0078h
I/O Port 017Ah/007Ah
Lock Read
not available
except offset
0D1h
not available except offset 0D1h
Lock Write
not available
except offset
0D1h
not available except offset 0D1h
Unlock
Read
available
available
Unlock
Write
available
available
State Machine for PCI Interface.
FRAMEJ='1'
FRAMEJ='0'
nocycle='0' and
HIT='0'
IDLE
BUS_BUSY
nocycle='1' or
HIT='0' and
FRAMEJ='1'
FRAMEJ='1'
TURN_AR
FRAMEJ='0'
nocycle='0' and
HIT='1'
IRDYJ='1'
OVER_S
START_S
IRDYJ='0'
HITCMD
1
HITCMD2
HITCMD3
HIT='1', when read/write port 178-17B.
='0', when others.
nocycle='1', when FRAMEJ='1' and IRDYJ='1'.
='0', when others.
Figure 2-8
State Machine for PCI Interface
Major Chips Description
2-39
2.5 C&T 65550 High Performance Flat Panel/CRT VGA Controller
The C&T65550 of high performance multimedia flat panel / CRT GUI accelerators extend CHIPS’
offering of high performance flat panel controllers for full-featured note books and sub-notebooks.
The C&T65550 offers 64-bit high performance and new hardware multimedia support features.
2.5.1
Features
HIGH PERFORMANCE
Based on a totally new internal architecture, the C&T65550, integrates a powerful 64-bit graphics
accelerator engine for Bit Block Transfer (BitBLT), hardware cursor, and other functions intensively
used in graphical User Interfaces (GUls) such as Microsoft Windows. Superior performance is
also achieved through a direct 32-bit interface to the PCI Local Bus. The C&T65550 offers
exceptional performance when combined with CHIPS advanced linear acceleration driver
technology .
HARDWARE MULTIMEDIA SUPPORT
The C&T65550 implements independent multimedia capture (and display systems on-chip. The
capture system places data in display memory (usually off screen) and the display system places it
in a window on the screen.
The capture system can receive data from either the system bus or from the ZV enabled video
port in either RGB or YUV format. The input data can also scaled down before storage in display
memory (c.g., from any size larger than 320x240 down to 352x248). Capture of input data may
also be double buffered for smoothing and to prevent image tearing.
The display system can independently place either RGB or YUV data from any where in display
memory into an on-screen window which can be any size and located at any pixel boundary (YUV
data is converted to RGB "on-the-fly" on out put). Non-rectangular windows .are supported via
color keying. The data can be functionally zoomed on output up to 8x to fit the onscreen window
and can be horizontally and vertically inter polated to scale or zoom artifacts. Interlaced and noninterlaced data are supported in both capture and display systems.
VERSATILE PANEL SUPPORT
The C&T65550 supports a wide variety of monochrome and color Single-Panel, Single-Drive (SS)
and Dual-Panel, Dual Drive (DD) standard and high-resolution passive STN and active matrix
TFT/MIM LCD, and EL panels. For monochrome panels, up to 64 gray scales are supported. Up to
4096 different colors can be displayed on passive STN LCDs and up to 16M colors on 24-bit active
matrix LCDs.
2-40
Service Guide
The C&T65550 offers a variety of programmable features to optimize display quality. Vertical
centering and stretching are provided for handling modes with less than 480 lines on 480-line
panels. Horizontal and vertical stretching capabilities are also available for both text and graphics
modes for optimal display of VGA text and graphics modes on 800x600 and 1024x768 panels.
Three selectable color-to-gray scale reduction techniques and SMARTMAP™ are available for
improving the ability to view color applications on monochrome panels. CHIPS' polynomial FRC
algorithm reduces panel flicker on a wider range of panel types with a single setting for a particular
panel type.
LOW POWER CONSUMPTION
The C&T65550 employs a variety of advanced power management features to reduce power
consumption of the display sub-system and extend battery life. Although optimized for 3.3V
operation, The C&T65550 controller's internal logic. memory interface, bus interface, and panel
interfaces can he independently configured to operate at either 3.3V or 5V.
SOFTWARE COMPATIBILITY/FLEXIBILITY
The C&T65550 are fully compatible with VGA at the register, and BIOS levels. CHIPS and thirdparty vendors supply fully VGA-compatible BIOS, end-user utilities and drivers for common
application programs
Pin names in parentheses (...) indicate alternate functions.
2.5.2
Block Diagram
Video Memory
Memory Controller
Video
Capture
Port
Scaling
Capture
PCI Bus
Figure 2-9
Bus Interface
64-bit
Graphics
Engine
YUV to RGB
Color Key Zoom
Analog
RGB
Digital
RGB
C&T 65550 Block Diagram
Major Chips Description
2-41
2.5.3
Pin Diagram
Figure 2-10
2-42
C&T 65550 Pin Diagram
Service Guide
2.5.4
Pin Descriptions
Table 2-10
Pin#
C&T 65550 Pin Descriptions
Pin Name
Type
Description
CPU Direct / VL-Bus Interface
207
RESET
In
Reset. For VL-Bus interfaces, connect to RESET#. For
direct CPU local bus interfaces, connect to the system reset
generated by the mother board system logic for all
peripherals (not the RESET# pin of the processor). This
input is ignored during Standby mode (STNDIBY# pin low) so
that the remainder of the system (and the system bus) may
be safely powered down during Standby mode if desired.
22
ADS#
In
Address Strobe. In VL-Bus and CPU local bus interfaces
ADS# indicates valid address and control signal information
is present. It is used for all decodes and to indicate the start
of a bus cycle.
31
M/IO#
In
Memory /IO. In VL-Bus and CPU local bus interfaces M/lO#
indicates either a memory or an I/O cycle:
1 = memory, 0 = I/O
11
W/R#
In
Write / Read. This control signal indicates a write (high) or
read (low) operation. It is sampled on the rising edge of the
(internal) 1x CPU clock when ADS# is active.
23
RDYRTN# for 1x Clock
config
In
Ready Return. Handshaking signal in VL-Bus interface
indicating synchronization of RDY# by the local bus master /
controller to the processor. Upon receipt of this LCLKsynchronous signal the chip will stop driving the bus (if a read
cycle was active) and terminate the current cycle.
CRESET for 2x Clock
config
24
LRDY#
Out/
OC
Local Ready. Driven low during VL-Bus and CPU local bus
cycles to indicate the current cycle should be completed This
signal is driven high at the end of the cycle, then tri-stated.
This pin is tri-stated during Standby mode (as are all other
bus interface outputs).
25
LDEV#
Out
Local Device. In VL Bus and CPU local bus interfaces. this
pin indicates that the chip owns the current cycle based on
the memory or l/O address which has been broadcast. For
VL-Bus, it is a direct output reflecting a straight address
decode. This pin is tri-stated during Standby mode (as are all
other bus interface outputs).
27
LCLK
In
Local Clock. In VL Bus this pin is connected to the CPU 1x
clock. In CPU local bus interfaces it is connected to the CPU
1x or 2x clock. If the input is a 2x clock, the processor reset
signal must be connected to CRESET (pin 23) for
synchronization of the clock phase.
Major Chips Description
2-43
Table 2-10
Pin#
C&T 65550 Pin Descriptions (continued)
Pin Name
Type
Description
CPU Direct / VL-Bus Interface (continued)
43
BE0# (BLE#)
In
Byte Enable 0. Indicates data transfer on D7:D0 for the
current cycle.
32
BE1#
In
Byte Enable 1. Indicates data transfer on D15:D8 for the
current cycle.
21
BE2#
In
Byte Enable 2. Indicates data transfer on D23:D16 for the
current cycle.
10
BE3#
In
Byte Enable 3. BE3# indicates that data will transfer over the
data bus on D31 :24 during the current access.
179
180
182
183
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
189
199
200
201
28
29
30
53
54
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
A21
A22
A23
A24
A25
A26
A27
In
In
In
In
In
In
In
In
In
In
In
In
In
In
In
In
In
In
In
In
In
In
In
In
In
In
System Address Bus. In VL-Bus, and direct CPU interfaces,
the address pins are connected directly to the bus. In internal
clock synthesizer test mode (TS# = 0 at Reset), A24
becomes VCLK out and A25 becomes MCLK out. A26 and
A27 may be alternately used as General Purpose I/O pins or
as Activity Indicator and Enable Backlight respectively (see
panel interface pin descriptions, and FROF and FROC for
more details). If A26 and A27, are used as GPIO pins, they
may be programmed as a 2-pin CRT Monitor DDC interface
(VESA™ "Display Data Channel" also referred to as the
"Monitor Plug-n-Play" interface). Either A26 or A27 may also
be used to output, Composite Sync for support of an external
NTSC / PAL encoder chip.
2-44
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Table 2-10
Pin#
C&T 65550 Pin Descriptions (continued)
Pin Name
Type
Description
CPU Direct / VL-Bus Interface (continued)
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
41
40
38
37
36
35
34
33
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
D00
D01
D02
D03
D04
D05
D06
D07
D08
D09
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
D16
D17
D18
D19
D20
D21
D22
D23
D24
D25
D26
D27
D28
D29
D30
D31
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
System Data Bus. In 32-bit CPU Local Bus designs these
data lines connect directly to the processor data lines. On
the VL-Bus they connect to the corresponding buffered or
unbuffered data signal. These pins are tri-stated during
Standby mode (as are all other bus interface outputs).
PCI Bus Interface
207
RESET#
In
Reset. This input sets all signals and registers in the chip to
a known state. All outputs from the chip are tri-stated or
driven to an inactive state. This pin is ignored during
Standby mode (STNDBY# pin low). The remainder of the
system (therefore the system bus) may be powered down if
desired (all bus output pins are tri-stated in Standby mode).
201
CLK
In
Bus Clock. This input provides the timing reference for all
bus transactions. All bus inputs except RESET# and INTA#
are sampled on the rising edge of CLK. CLK may be any
frequency from DC to 33MHz.
Major Chips Description
2-45
Table 2-10
Pin#
C&T 65550 Pin Descriptions (continued)
Pin Name
Type
Description
PCI Bus Interface (continued)
31
PAR
I/O
Parity. This signal is used to maintain even parity across
AD0-31 and C/BE0-3#. PAR is stable and valid one clock
after the address phase. For data phases, PAR is stable and
valid one clock after either IRDY# is asserted on a write
transaction or TRDY# is asserted on a read transaction.
Once PAR is valid, it remains valid until one clock after the
completion of the current data phase (i.e., PAR has the same
timing as AD0-31 but delayed by one clock). The bus master
drives PAR for address and write data phases; the target
drives PAR for read data phases.
22
FRAME#
In
Cycle Frame. Driven by the current master to indicate the
beginning and duration of an access. Assertion indicates a
bus transaction is beginning (while asserted, data transfers
continue); de-assertion indicates the transaction is in the final
data phase.
23
IRDY#
In
Initiator Ready. Indicates the bus master's ability to complete
the current data phase of the transaction. During a write,
IRDY# indicates valid data is present on AD0-31; during a
read it indicates the master is prepared to accept data. A
data phase is completed on any clock when both IRDY# and
TRDY# are sampled then asserted (wait cycles are inserted
until this occurs).
24
TRDY#
S/TS
Target Ready. Indicates the target's ability to complete the
current data phase of the transaction. During a read, TRDY#
indicates that valid data is present on AD0-31; during a write
it indicates the target is prepared to accept data. A data
phase is completed on any clock when both IRDY# and
TRDY# are sampled then asserted (wait cycles are inserted
until this occurs).
27
STOP#
S/TS
Stop. Indicates the current target is requesting the master to
stop the current transaction
25
DEVSEL#
S/TS
Device Select. Indicates the current target has decoded its
address as the target of the current access
29
PERR# (VCLKOUT)
S/TS
Parity Error. This signal reports data parity errors (except the
Special Cycles where SERR# is used). The PERR# is
Sustained Tri-state. The receiving agent will drive PERR#
active two clocks after detecting a data parity error. PERR#
will be driven high for one clock before being tri-stated as with
all sustained tri-state signals. PERR# will not report status
until the chip has claimed the access by asserting DEVSEL#
and completing the data phase.
2-46
Service Guide
Table 2-10
Pin#
C&T 65550 Pin Descriptions (continued)
Pin Name
Type
Description
PCI Bus Interface (continued)
30
SERR# (MCLKOUT)
OD
System Error. Used to report system errors where the result
will be catastrophic (address parity error, data parity errors
for Special Cycle commands, etc.). This output is actively
driven for a single PCI clock cycle synchronous to CLK and
meets the same setup and hold time requirements as all
other bused signals. SERR# is not driven high by the chip
after being asserted, but is pulled high only by a weak pull-up
provided by the system. Thus, SERR# on the PCI Bus may
take two or three clock periods to fully return to an inactive
state.
179
180
189
183
185
187
189
191
193
180
188
193
194
196
197
198
ROMA0
ROMA1(GPIO3)
ROMA2(GPIO4)
ROMA3(GPIO5)
ROMA4(GPIO6)
ROMA5
ROMA6
ROMA7
ROMA8
ROMA10(GPIO7)
ROMA11
ROMA12
ROMA13
ROMA14
ROMA16
ROMA17
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
BlOS ROM Address Outputs. See MAD8-15 (pins 170-177)
for BIOS ROM data inputs.
200
ROMOE#
Out
BlOS ROM Output Enable.
199
Reserved
In
This pin is always an input (A20 for VL-Bus, reserved for
future use on PCI Bus). To avoid abnormal Vcc current due
to a floating input for a PCI Bus, use a 10K resistor to ground
to pull this pin low..
28
Reserved
In
This pin is always an input (A23 for VL-Bus, reserved for
future use on PCI Bus). To avoid abnormal Vcc current due
to a floating input for a PCI Bus, use a l0K resistor to ground
to pull this pin low.
Major Chips Description
BIOS ROMs are not normally required in portable computer
designs (Graphics System BIOS code is normally included in
the System BIOS ROM). However, the 65550 provides BIOS
ROM interface capability for development systems and add-in
card Flat Panel Graphics Controllers.
Since the PCI Bus specifications require only one load on the
bus for the entire graphics subsystem, the BlOS ROM
interface is through the chip. In the VL-Bus mode. the BIOS
ROM interface can be an external circuit on the ISA Bus
connector that does not require pins on the chip.
2-47
Table 2-10
Pin#
C&T 65550 Pin Descriptions (continued)
Pin Name
Type
Description
PCI Bus Interface (continued)
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
41
40
38
37
36
35
34
33
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
2-48
AD00
AD01
AD02
AD03
AD04
AD05
AD06
AD07
AD08
AD09
AD10
AD11
AD12
AD13
AD14
AD15
AD16
AD17
AD18
AD19
AD20
AD21
AD22
AD23
AD24
AD25
AD26
AD27
AD28
AD29
AD30
AD31
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
PCI Address / Data Bus. Address and data are multiplexed
on the same pins. A bus transaction consists of an address
phase followed by one or more data phases (both read and
write bursts are allowed by the bus definition).
The address phase is the clock cycle in which FRAME# is
asserted (AD0-31 contain a 32-bit physical address). For I/O,
the address is a byte address; for memory and configuration,
the address is a DWORD address. During data phases AD07 contain the LSB and 24-31 contain the MSB. Write data is
stable and valid when IRDY# is asserted; read data is stable
and valid when TRDY# is asserted. Data transfers only
during those clocks when both IRDY# and TRDY# are
asserted.
Service Guide
Table 2-10
Pin#
C&T 65550 Pin Descriptions (continued)
Pin Name
Type
Description
PCI Bus Interface (continued)
43
32
21
10
C/BE0#
C/BE1#
C/BE2#
C/BE3#
In
In
In
In
Bus Command / Byte Enables. During the address phase. of
a bus transaction, these pins define the bus command see
list below:
C/BE3-0
0000
0001
0010
0011
0100
0101
0110
0111
1000
1001
1010
1011
1100
1101
1110
1111
Command Type
Interrupt Acknowledge
Special Cycle
I/O Read
I/O Write
-reserved-reservedMemory Read
Memory Write
-reserved-reservedConfiguration Read
Configuration Write
Memory Read Multiple
Dual Address Cycle
Memory Read Line
Memory Read & Invalidate
65550
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
During the data phase, these pins are byte enables that
determine which byte lanes carry meaningful data:
byte 0 corresponds to AD0-7,
byte 1 corresponds to 8-15,
byte 2 corresponds to 16-23,
byte 3 corresponds to 24-31
11
IDSEL
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
AA0
AA1
AA2
AA3
AA4
AA5
AA6
AA7
AA8
Major Chips Description
Initialization. Device Select. Used as a chip select during
configuration read and write transactions.
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
Address bus for DRAMs A and B.
2-49
Table 2-10
Pin#
C&T 65550 Pin Descriptions (continued)
Pin Name
Type
Description
PCI Bus Interface (continued)
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
CA0 (P16)
CA1 (P17)
CA2 (P18)
CA3 (P19)
CA4 (P10)
CA5 (P21)
CA6 (P22)
CA7 (P23)
CA8 (BLANK)
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
I/O
Address bus for DRAM C.
99
HREF
In
Horizontal reference input for video capture.
156
RASA# (RASAB0#)
Out
RAS for DRAM A (or bank 0 in 2MB configurations)
123
RASB# (RASAB1#)
Out
RAS for DRAM B (or bank 1 in 2MB configurations)
101
RASC# (VRDY)
(KEY)
Out
In
RAS for DRAM C (or color key input from external PC-Video
source or VAFC "Video System Ready" input)
160
CASAL#
Out
CAS for the DRAM A lower byte
159
CASAH#
Out
CAS for the DRAM A upper byte
126
CASBL#
Out
CAS for the DRAM B lower byte
125
CASBH#
Out
CAS for the DRAM B upper byte
104
CASCL# (WECL#)
(VR6/VP14)
I/O
DRAM C low byte CAS (or video in red-6 or VAFC VP14)
103
CASCH# (CASC#)
(VR7/VP15)
I/O
DRAM C high byte CAS (or video in red-7 or VAFC VP15)
157
WEA# (WEAH#)
(WEAB0#)
Out
Write enable for DRAM A (or bank 0 in 2MB)
124
WEB# (WEBH#)
(WEAB1#)
Out
Write enable for DRAM B (or bank 1 in 2MB)
102
WEC# (WECH#)
(PCLK)
Out
Write enable for DRAM C (or video in port PCLK out)
155
OEAB0#
Out
Output enable for DRAMs A and B, bank 0, 1 of 2MB
100
OEC#
(VCLK)
Out
In
Output enable for DRAM C (or VAFC "Video Input Clock" if
DRAM C not used)
2-50
CA0-7 may be configured as flat panel data output (P16-23).
See also pins 71-88 (in Flat Panel Display interface pin
descriptions section).
CA8 may be configured as VAFC BLANK# out or vertical
reference input (VREF) for video capture.
Service Guide
Table 2-10
Pin#
C&T 65550 Pin Descriptions (continued)
Pin Name
Type
Description
Display Memory Interface
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
MAD0
MAD1
MAD2 (CFG10)
MAD3 (CFG11)
MAD4 (CFG12)
MAD5 (CFG13)
MAD6 (CFG14)
MAD7 (CFG15)
MAD8 (PCI ROMD0)
MAD9 (PCI ROMD1)
MAD10 (PCI ROMD2)
MAD11 (PCI ROMD3)
MAD12 (PCI ROMD4)
MAD13 (PCI ROMD5)
MAD14 (PCI ROMD6)
MAD15 (PCI ROMD7)
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
Memory data bus for DRAM A. (lower 512KB of display
memory)
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
140
141
143
144
MBD0
MBD1
MBD2
MBD3
MBD4
MBDS
MBD6
MBD7
MBD8
MBD9
MBD10
MBD11
MBD12
MBD13
MBD14
MBD15
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
Memory data bus for DRAM B (upper 512KB)
106
107
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
MCD0 (VB2) (EVID#)
MCDI (VB3) (VP0)
MCD2 (VB4) (VP1)
MCD3 (VB5) (VP2)
MCD4 (VB6) (VP3)
MCD5 (VB7) (VP4)
MCD6 (VG2) (VP5)
MCD7 (VG3) (VP6)
MCD8 (VG4) (VP7)
MCD9 (VG5) (VP8)
MCD10 (VG6) (VP9)
MCD11(VG7) (VP10)
MCD12(VR2) (GRDY)
MCD13(VR3) (VP11)
MCD14(VR4) (VP12)
MCD15 (VR5) (VP13)
Major Chips Description
MAD2-7 are latched into XR71 register on reset for use as
additional configuration inputs (CFG10-12 are reserved by
software for input of panel ID). These bits have no other
internal hardware configuration function.
PCI Bus: MAD8-15 are used as BIOS ROM Data inputs
during system startup (i.e., before the system enables the
graphics controller memory interface). See also pins 179-199
(in PCI Bus interface pin descriptions section) for BIOS ROM
address and ROAM Chip Select outputs. In the VL-Bus
mode, the BIOS ROM interface can be an external circuit on
the ISA Bus connector.
Memory data bus for DRAM C (Frame Buffer). When a frame
buffer DRAM is not required, this bus may be used to input up
to 18 bits of RGB data from an external PC-Video subsystem
or 16 bits of RGB from an external VAFC interface. Note that
this configuration also provides additional panel outputs so
that a video input port may be implemented along with a 24bit true-color TFT panel (TFT panels never need DRAMC). In
VAFC interface mode, pin 106 is the VAFC "Enable Video"
Input. The external VAFC interface drives this pin low to
indicate data input on the VP0-15. EVID# is ignored
(essentially reserved) in the 65550 (VAFC data is always
expected as inputs). In VAFC mode, pin 119 is ''Graphics
System Ready" out and is always driven high.
2-51
Table 2-10
Pin#
C&T 65550 Pin Descriptions (continued)
Pin Name
Type
Description
Flat Panel Display Interface
71
72
73
74
75
76
78
79
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
P0
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
P7
P8
P9
P10
P11
P12
P13
P14
P15
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
8, 9, 12, or 16-bit flat panel data output. 18-bit and 24-bit
panel interfaces may also be supported (see CA0-7 for P1623).
70
SHFCLK
Out
Shift Clock. Pixel clock for flat panel data.
67
FLM
Out
First Line Marker. Flat Panel equivalent of VSYNC.
68
LP
Out
Latch Pulse. Flat Panel equivalent of HSYNC.
69
M (DE) (BLANK#)
Out
M signal for panel AC drive control. (may also be called
ACDCLK). May also be configured as BLANK# or as Display
Enable (DE) for TFT Panels.
62
61
ENAVDD
ENAVEE (ENABKL)
I/O
I/O
Power sequencing controls. Power sequencing controls. for
panel driver electronics voltage VDD and panel LCD bias
voltage VEE
53
ACTI
I/O
Activity Indicator. May be configured for other functions
54
ENBKL
I/O
Enable Backlight Outputs. May be configured for other
functions
Out
CRT Horizontal Sync (polarity is programmable) or
"Composite Sync" for support of various external NTSC / PAL
encoder chips.
Refer to Table 2-7 for the configurations for various panel
types.
Flat Panel Display Interface
65
HYSNC (CSYNC)
Note CSYNC can be set to output on the ACTI or ENABKL
pins.
64
VSYNC (VISINT)
Out
CRT Vertical Sync (polarity is programmable) or "Vsync
Interval" for support of various external NTSC / PAL encoder
chips.
60
58
57
RED
GREEN
BLUE
Out
CRT analog video outputs from the internal color palette
DAC. The DAC is designed for a 37.5 Ω equivalent load on
each pin (e.g. 75 Ω resistor on the board, in parallel with the
75 Ω CRT load.
2-52
Service Guide
Table 2-10
Pin#
C&T 65550 Pin Descriptions (continued)
Pin Name
Type
Description
Flat Panel Display Interface (continued)
55
RSET
In
Set point resistor for the internal color palette DAC. A 560 Ω
1% resistor is required between RSET and AGND.
59
56
AVCC
AGND
VCC
GND
Analog power and ground pins for noise isolation for the
internal color palette DAC. AVCC should be isolated from
digital VCC as described in the Functional Description of the
internal color palette DAC. For proper DAC operation, AVCC
should not be greater than IVCC. AGND should be common
with digital ground but must be tightly decoupled to AVCC.
See the Functional Description of the internal color palette
DAC for further information .
203
XTALI (MCLK)
In
Crystal In. This pin .serves as the input for an external
reference oscillator (usually 14.31818 MHz). Note that in test
mode for the internal clock synthesizer, MCLK is output on
A25 (pin 30) and VCLK is output on A24 (pin
204
(Reserved)
205
202
206
208
CVCC0
CGND0
CVCCI
CGNDI
Reserved. For compatibility with the 65545, this pin (formerly
"Crystal Out" or "XTLAO") must be disconnected. In addition,
pin 150 must be pulled down on reset. The 65545 no longer
supports the "internal oscillator option.
VCC
GND
VCC
GND
Analog power and ground pins for noise isolation for the
internal clock synthesizer. Must be the same as VCC for
internal logic. VCC/GND pair 0 and VCC/GND pair 1 pins
must be carefully decoupled individually.
Note that the CVCC voltage must be the same as the voltage
for the internal logic (IVCC).
154
32KHz (GP102) (AA9)
In
Clock input for refresh of non-self-refresh DRAMs and panel
power sequencing. This pin can be programmed as GP102
instead of 32KHz input, or AA9 for 512Kx3 memory
configurations.
Power / Ground and Standby Control
178
STNDBY#
IN
Standby Control Pin. Pull this pin to place the chip in
Standby Mode.
80
77
181
184
IVCC
IGND
IVCC
IGND
VCC
GND
VCC
GND
Power / Ground (Internal Logic). 5V±10% or 3.3V±0.3V.
9
12
26
42
39
52
BVCC
BGND
BGND
BVCC
BGND
BGND
VCC
GND
GND
VCC
GND
GND
Power / Ground (Bus Interface) 5V±10% or 3.3V±0.3V.
Major Chips Description
Note that this voltage must be the same as CVCC (voltage for
internal clock synthesizer). This voltage must also be equal
to, or greater than AVCC (voltage for DAC).
2-53
Table 2-10
Pin#
C&T 65550 Pin Descriptions (continued)
Pin Name
Type
Description
Power / Ground and Standby Control (continued)
66
63
89
DCC
DGND
DGND
VCC
GND
GND
158
161
142
139
108
105
MVCCA
MGNDA
MVCCB
MGNDB
MVCCC
MGNDC
Power / Ground (Bus Interface) 5V±10% or 3.3V±0.3V.
Power / Ground (Bus Interface) 5V±10% or 3.3V±0.3V.
FLAT PANEL DISPLAY INTERFACE (CONFIGURATION BY PANEL TYPES)
Table 2-11
65550
Flat Panel Display Interface Configurations
Mono
Mono
Mono
Color
Color
Color
Color STN
Color
Color
Color
Color
SS
DD
DD
TFT
TFT
TFT HR
STN SS
STN SS
STN DD
STN DD
STN DD
16-bit
(4bP)
8-bit
(4bP)
16-bit
(4bP)
24 bit
Pin#
Pin
Name
8-bit
8-bit
16-bit
9/12/16
bit
18/24 bit
18/24 bit
8-bit
(X4bP)
71
P0
-
UD3
UD7
B0
B0
B00
R1
R1
UR1
UR0
UR0
72
P1
-
UD2
UD6
B1
B1
B01
B1
G1
UG1
UG0
UG0
73
P2
-
UD1
UD5
B2
B2
B02
G2
B1
UB1
UB0
UB0
74
P3
-
UD0
UD4
B3
B3
B03
R3
R2
UR2
UR1
LR0
75
P4
-
LD3
UD3
B4
B4
B10
B3
G2
LR1
LR0
LG0
76
P5
-
LD2
UD2
G0
B5
B11
G4
B2
LG1
LG0
LB0
78
P6
-
LD1
UD1
G1
B6
B12
R5
R3
LB1
LB0
UR1
79
P7
-
LD0
UD0
G2
B7
B13
B5
G3
LR2
LR1
UG1
81
P8
P0
-
LD7
G3
G0
G00
SHFCLKU
B3
-
UG1
UB1
82
P9
P1
-
LD6
G4
G1
G01
-
R4
-
UB1
LR1
83
P10
P2
-
LD5
G5
G2
G02
-
G4
-
UR2
LG1
84
P11
P3
-
LD4
R0
G3
G03
-
B4
-
UG2
LB1
85
P12
P4
-
LD3
R1
G4
G10
-
R5
-
LG1
UR2
86
P13
P5
-
LD2
R2
G5
G11
-
G5
-
LB1
UG2
87
P14
P6
-
LD1
R3
G6
G12
-
B5
-
LR2
UB2
88
P15
P7
-
LD0
R4
G7
G13
-
R6
-
LG2
LR2
90
P16
-
-
-
-
R0
R00
-
-
-
-
LG2
91
P17
-
-
-
-
R1
R01
-
-
-
-
LB2
92
P18
-
-
-
-
R2
R02
-
-
-
-
UR3
93
P19
-
-
-
-
R3
R03
-
-
-
-
UG3
94
P20
-
-
-
-
R4
R10
-
-
-
-
UB3
95
P21
-
-
-
-
R5
R11
-
-
-
-
LR3
96
P22
-
-
-
-
R6
R12
-
-
-
-
LG3
97
P23
-
-
-
-
R7
R13
-
-
-
-
LB3
70
SHFCLK
SHFCLK
SHFCLK
SHFCLK
SHFCLK
SHFCLK
SHFCLK
SHFCLK
SHFCLK
SHFCLK
SHFCLK
SHFCLK
Pixels /
Clock:
8
8
16
1
1
2
2-2/3
5-1/3
2-2/3
5-1/3
8
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BUS OUTPUT SIGNAL STATUS DURING STANDBY MODE
Table 2-12
Bus Output Signal Status During Standby Mode
65550 Pin#
Signal Name
Signal Status
53
ACTI / A26
Driven Low
54
EBABKL / A27
Driven Low
24
LRDY# / RDY
Tri-Stated
25
LDEV#
Tri-Stated
51-44, 41-40, 38-33
D0-15
Tri-Stated
20-13, 8-1
D16-31
Tri-Stated
S/TS stands for "Sustained Tri-state". These signals are driven by
only one device at a time are driven high for one clock before
released, and are not driven for at least one cycle after being
released by the previous device. A pull-up provided by the bus
controller is used to maintain an inactive level between
transactions.
Major Chips Description
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2.6
TI PCI1131 CardBus Controller
2.6.1
Overview
The PCI1131 is a bridge between the PCI local bus and two PC Card sockets supporting both 16bit and 32-bit CardBus PC Cards, and is compliant with the PCI Local Bus Specification Revision
2.1 and PCMCIA's 1995 PCI Card Standard. The PCI 1131 PC Card interface recognizes and
identifies PC Cards installed at power-up, run-time, and switches protocols automatically to
accommodate 16-bit and 32-bit cards. Support for new 1 6-bit PC Card features such as multifunction cards, 3.3V cards, and DMA, as well as backward compatibility to the PCMCIA Release
2.1-compliant PC Cards are included in the PCI1131. CardBus cards operating at up to 33MHz
and with a 32-bit data path offer higher performance, and the PCI1131 allows applications to take
full advantage of this bandwidth. The PCI1131 core is powered at 3.3V to provide low power
dissipation, but can independently support either 3.3V or 5V signaling on the PCI and PC Card
interfaces.
Host software interacts with the PCI1131 through a variety of internal registers which provide
status and control information about the PC Cards currently in use, and the internal operation of
the PCI1131 itself. These internal registers are accessed by application software either through the
PCI Configuration header, or through E programmable windows mapped into PCI memory or l/O
address space. The concept of windows is also user by the PCI1131 to pass cycles between PCI
and PC Card address spaces, and host software must program the location and size of these
windows when the PCI1131 or PC Card is initialized.
The PCI1131 also communicates via a three-line serial protocol to he TI TPS2206 Dual PCMCIA
Power Switch. The TPS2206 switches Vcc and Vpp supply voltage to the two PC Card sockets
independently. Host software has indirect control over the TPS2206 by writing to internal PCI1131
registers. In order to prevent damage to low-voltage CardBus PC Cards, the PCI1131 will allow
only valid Vcc settings to be applied to such cards.
The TPS2206 is the follow-on device to the TPS2202. The PCI1131 will also
interface with the TPS2202.
The PCI1131 can notify the host system via interrupts when an event occurs which requires
attention from the host. Such events are either card status change events (CSC) or functional
interrupts from a PC Card. CSC events occur within the PCI1131 or at the PC Card interface, and
indicate a change in the status of the socket (i.e., card insertion or removal). Functional interrupts
are interrupts which originate from the PC Card application itself, and are passed from the card to
the host system. Both CSC and functional interrupts may be individual masked and routed to a
variety of system interrupts. The PCI1131 can signal the system interrupt controll via PCI-style
interrupts, ISA IRQ's, or with the Serialized IRQ protocol.
The following sections describe in greater detail how the PCI1131 interacts at an electrical,
protocol, and software level at its PCI, PC Card, TPS2206, and interrupt interfaces
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2.6.2
Architecture
The Texas Instruments PCI1131 is a high-performance PCI-to-PC Card controller that supports
two independent PC Card sockets compliant with the1995 PC Card Standard. The PCI1131
provides a rich set of features which make it the best choice for bridging between PCI and PC
Cards in both notebook and desktop computers. The 1995 PC Card Standard retains the 16-bit PC
Card specification defined in PCMCIA Release 2.1, and defines the new 32-bit PC Card, called
CardBus, capable of full 32-bit data transfers at 33 MHz. The PCI1131 supports any combination
of 16-bit and CardBus PC Cards in its two sockets powered at 5V or 3.3V as required.
The PCI1131 is compliant with the PCI Local Bus Specification Revision 2.1, and its PCI interface
can act as either a PCI master device or a PCI slave device. The PCI bus mastering is initiated
during 16-bit PC Card DMA transfers or CardBus PC Card bus mastering cycles.
All card signals are internally buffered to allow hot insertion and removal without external
buffering. The PCI1131 is register compatible with the Intel 82365SL-DF ExCA controller. The
PCI1131 internal data-path logic allows the host to access 8-, 16-, and 32-bit cards using full 32-bit
PCI cycles for maximum performance. Independent, 32-bit write buffers allow fast posted writes to
improve system-bus utilization.
An advanced CMOS process is used to achieve low system power consumption while operating at
PCI clock rates up to 33 MHz. Several low-power modes allow the host power management
system to further reduce power consumption.
All unused PCI1131 pins should be pulled high with 43k ohm pull-up resistors.
2.6.3
•
Features
3.3-V Core Logic With Universal PCI Interface Compatible and 3.3-V or 5-V PCI Signaling
Environments
•
Supports PCI Local Bus Specification 2.1
•
Mix and Match 5W3.3V PC Card16 Cards and 3.3V CardBus Cards
•
Supports Two PC Card ™ or CardBus Slots With Hot Insertion and Removal
•
1995 PC Card Standard Compliant
•
Advanced Submicron, Low-Power CMOS Technology
•
Uses Serial Interface to Tl TPS2206A Dual Power Switch
•
System Interrupts may be Programmed as PCI-style or ISA IRQ-style Interrupts
•
ISA IRQ interrupts may be Serialized onto a Single IRQSER Pin
•
Programmable Output Select for CLKRUN#
•
Supports Burst Transfers to Maximize Data Through put on the PCI and CardBus Bus
Major Chips Description
2-57
•
Packaged in a 208-pin TQFP
•
Multi-function PCI Device with Separate Configuration Spaces for each Socket
•
Five PCI Memory Windows and Two l/O Windows Available to each PC Card16 Socket
•
Two l/O Windows and Two Memory Windows Available to each CardBus socket
•
CardBus Memory Windows can be Individually selected prefetchable or non-prefetchable
•
ExCA™-Compatible Registers Are Mapped in Memory andfilO Space
•
Texas Instruments (TI™) Extension Registers Mapped in the PCI Configuration Space
•
Intel™ 82365SL-DF Register Compatible
•
Supports 16-bit Distributed DMA on Both PC Card Sockets
•
Supports PC/PCI DMA on Both PC Card
•
Supports ZOOM Video Mode Sockets
•
Supports Ring Indicate
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2.6.4
Block Diagram
Figure 2-11
Functional Block Diagram - 16-bit PC Card Interface
Major Chips Description
2-59
Figure 2-12
2-60
Functional block diagram - CardBus Card Interface
Service Guide
2.6.5
Pin Diagram
Figure 2-13
PCI-to-PC Card (16-bit) terminal assignments
Major Chips Description
2-61
Figure 2-14
2-62
PCI-to-CardBus terminal assignments
Service Guide
2.6.6
Terminal Functions
Table 2-13
PCI1131 Pin Descriptions
TERMINAL
NAME
NO.
I/O
FUNCTION
TYPE
PCI System Terminals
PCLK
165
I
PCI Bus clock. The PCI bus clock provides timing for all transactions on
the PCI bus. All PCI signals are sampled at the rising edge of PCLK.
RSTIN
166
I
PCI Reset. When the RSTIN signal is asserted low it causes the
PCI1131 to tri-state all output buffers and reset all internal registers.
When asserted, the 1131 device is completely nonfunctional. After
deasserting RSTIN, the PCI1131 is in its default state. When the 1131
SUSPEND mode is enabled, the device is protected from any RSTIn
reset (i.e., the 1131 internal register contents are preserved).
PCI Address and Data Terminals
AD31
AD30
AD29
AD28
AD27
AD26
AD25
AD24
AD23
AD22
AD21
AD20
AD19
AD18
AD17
AD16
AD15
AD14
AD13
AD12
AD11
AD10
AD9
AD8
AD7
AD6
AD5
AD4
AD3
AD2
AD1
AD0
170
171
173
174
176
177
178
179
183
184
185
186
188
189
190
191
204
205
206
208
1
2
3
4
6
8
9
10
11
12
14
15
I/O
Major Chips Description
Address/data bus. These signals are the multiplexed PCI address and
data bus. During the address phase of a PCI cycle, AD31-0 contain a 32bits address or other destination information. During the data phase,
AD31-0 contain data.
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Table 2-13
PCI1131 Pin Descriptions (Continued)
TERMINAL
NAME
NO.
I/O
FUNCTION
TYPE
PCI Address and Data Terminals
C/BE3 180
I/O
8us commands and byte enables. These are muitiplexed on the same
PCI terminals. During the address phase, C/BE-0 define the bus
command. During the data phase, C /ENEW-O are used as byte
enables. The byte enables determine which byte lanes carry
meaningful data. C/BE0 applies to byte 0 (AD7-0), C/BE1 applies to
byte 1 (AD15-8), C/BE2 applies to byte 2 (AD23-16),and C/BE3
applies to byte 3 (AD31-24).
I/O
Parity. As a PCI target during PCI read cycles, or as PCI bus master
during PCI write cycles, the PCI 1131 calculates even parity across the
AD and C/BE buses and outputs the results on PAR, delayed by one
clock.
C/BE2 192
C/BE1 203
C/BE0 5
PAR
202
PCI Interface Control Terminals
DEVSEL 197
I/O
FFAME 193
Device select. As a PCI target, the PCI1131 asserts DEVSEL to claim
the current cycle. As a PCI master, the PCI1131 monitors this signal
until a target responds or a time out occurs.
Cycle frame. Driven by the current master to indicate the beginning
and duration of an access, FRAME I/O is low (asserted) to indicate
that a bus transaction is beginning. While FFGI9IE is asserted, data
transfers continue. When FRAME is sampled high (deasserted), the
transaction is in the final data phase .
GNT 168
I
Grant. Driven by the PCI arbiter to grant the PCI1131 access to the
PCI bus after the current data transaction has completed.
IDSEL 182
I
Initialization device select. IDSEL selects the PCI1t31 during
configuration accesses. IDSEL can be connected to one of the upper
24 PCI address lines.
IRDY 195
I/O
Initiator ready. IRDY indicates the bus master's ability to complete the
current data phase of the transaction. IRDY is used in conjunction with
IRDY. A data phase is completed on any clock where I/O both IRDY
and TRDY are sampled low (asserted). During a write, IRDY indicates
that valid data is present on AD31-0. During a read, IRDY indicates
that the master is prepared to accept data. Wait cycles are inserted
until both IRDY and TRDY are low (asserted) at the same time. This
signal is an output when the PCI1131 is the PCI bos master and an
input when the PCI bus target.
STOP 198
I/O
Stop. This signal is driven by the current PCI target to request the
master to stop the current transaction.
PERR
I/O
Parity error. This signal is driven by the PCI target during a write to
indicate that a data parity error has . been detected.
REQ 169
O
Request. Asserted by the PCI1131 to request access to the PCI bus as
a master.
SERR 200
O
O System error. Output pulsed from the PCI1131 indicating an
address parity error has occurred.
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Table 2-13
PCI1131 Pin Descriptions (Continued)
TERMINAL
NAME
NO.
I/O
FUNCTION
TYPE
PCI Interface Control Terminals
TRDY 196
I/O
Target ready. Indicates the PCI 1131 ability to complete the current
data phase of the transaction. TRDY is used in conjunction with IRDY.
A data phase is completed on any clock where both TRDY I/O are
sampled asserted. During a read, TRDY indicates that valid data is
present on AD31-0. During a write, TRDY indicates the PCI1131 is
prepared to accept data. Wait cycles are inserted until both TIRDY and
TRDY are asserted together. This signal is an output when the PCI
1131 is the PCI target. and an input when it is the PCI bus master.
IRQ10/CLKRUN
159
I/O
Interrupt Request 10 and 12. This terminal is software configurable
and is used by the PCI 1131 to support the PCI Clock Run protocol.
When configured as CLKRUN, by setting bit 0 in the System Control
Register at offset 80h, this terminal is an open drain output. To select
between IRQ10 and IRQ12 as the output use bit 7 of Register 80h.
IRQ12/CLKRUN
161
TERMINAL
Name Slot
Slot
A+
B≠
≠
I/O
FUNCTION
TYPE
1 6-bit PC Card Address and Data (Slots A and B)
A25
A24
A23
A22
A21
A20
A19
A18
A17
A16
A15
A14
A12
A11
A10
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
121
118
116
114
111
109
107
105
103
112
115
108
106
100
95
102
104
119
123
125
126
128
131
132
133
55
53
51
49
47
45
42
40
37
48
50
43
41
34
29
36
39
54
57
59
60
62
65
66
67
O
PC Card Address. 16-bit PC Card address lines. A25 is the most
significant bit.
+ Terminal name is preceded with A_. As an example, the full name for terminal 121 is A_A25.
≠ Terminal name is preceded with B_. As an example, the full name for terminal 55 is B_A25.
Major Chips Description
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Table 2-13
PCI1131 Pin Descriptions (Continued)
TERMINAL
Name Slot
Slot
A+
B≠
≠
I/O
FUNCTION
TYPE
1 6-bit PC Card Address and Data (Slots A and B)
D15
93
27
D14
91
25
D13
89
23
D12
87
20
D11
84
18
D10
147
81
D9
145
79
D8
142
77
D6
90
24
D5
88
21
D4
85
19
D3
83
17
D2
146
80
D1
144
78
D0
141
76
I/O
PC Card Data. 16-bit PC Card data lines. D15 is the most significant
bit.
1 6-bit PC Card Interface Control Signals (Slots A and B)
CD1
82
16
CD2
140
74
BVD1
(STSCHG/ 138
72
RI)
I
PC Card Detect 1 and Card Detect 2. CD1 and CD2 are connected to
ground internally on the PC Card. When a PC Card is inserted into a
socket, these signals are pulled low. The signal status is available by
reading the Interface Status Register
I
Battery Voltage Detect 1. Generated by 16-bit memory PC Cards that
include batteries. BVD1 is used with BVD2 as an indication of the
condition of the batteries on a memory PC Card. Both BVD1 and BVD2
are kept high when the battery is good. When BVD2 is low and BVD1 is
high, the battery is weak and needs to be replaced. When BVD1 is low,
the battery is no longer serviceable and the data in the memory PC
Card is lost. See the Card Status Change Interrupt Configuration
Register for enable bits (Section 8.6). See the Card Status Change
Register and the Interface Status Register for the status bits for this
signal.
Status Change. STSCHG is used to alert the system to a change in the
READY, Write Protect, or Battery Voltage Dead condition of a 16-bit I/O
PC Card.
Ring Indicate. RI is used by 1 6-bit modem cards to indicate ring
detection.
+ Terminal name is preceded with A_. As an example, the full name for terminal 121 is A_A25.
≠ Terminal name is preceded with B_. As an example, the full name for terminal 55 is B_A25.
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Table 2-13
PCI1131 Pin Descriptions (Continued)
TERMINAL
Name Slot
Slot
A+
B≠
≠
I/O
FUNCTION
TYPE
1 6-bit PC Card Interface Control Signals (Slots A and B)
BVD2
71
137
I
(SPKR)
Battery Voltage Detect 2. Generated by 16-bit memory PC Cards that
include batteries. BVD2 is used with BVD 1 as an indication of the
condition of the batteries on a memory PC Card. Both BVD 1 and BVD2
are high when the battery is good. When BVD2 is low and BVD1 is
high, the battery is weak and needs to be replaced. When BVD1 is low,
the battery is no longer serviceable and the data in the memory PC
Card is lost. See the Card Status Change Interrupt Configuration
Register for enable bits. See the Card Status Change Register and the
Interface Status Register for the status bits for this signal
Speaker. SPKR is an optional binary audio signal available only when
the card and socket have been configured for the 16-bit l /O interface.
The audio signals from cards A and B can be combined by the PCI
1131 and output on SPKROUT.
(DMA Request) This pin may be used as the DMA request signal during
DMA operations to a 16-bit PC Card which supports DMA. If used, the
PC Card asserts this signal to indicate a request for a DMA operation.
REG
63
130
O
Attribute Memory Select. REG remains high for all common memory
accesses. When NES is asserted, access is limited to attribute memory
(OE or WE active) and to the l /O space (IORD or IOWR active).
Attribute memory is a separately accessed section of card memory and
is generally used to record card capacity and other configuration and
attribute information.
(DMA Acknowledge) This pin is used as a DACK during DMA
operations to a 1 6-bit PC Card which supports DMA. The PCI 1131
asserts this signal to indicate a DMA operation. This signal is used in
conjunction with the DMA Read (IOWR) or DMA Write (IORD) strobes
to transfer data.
RESET 124
58
O
PC Card Reset. RESET forces a hard reset to a 16-bit PC Card.
VS1
VS2
68
56
I/O
Voltage Sense 1 and Voltage Sense 2. VS1 and VS2, when used in
conjunction with each other, to determine the operating voltage of the
16-bit PC Card.
134
122
INPACK 127
61
I
Input Acknowledge. This signal is asserted by the PC Card when it can
respond to an l/O read cycle at the current address.
(DMA Request) This pin may be used as the DMA request signal during
DMA operations to a 16-bit
PC Card which supports DMA. If
used, the PC Card asserts this signal to indicate a request for a DMA
operation.
+ Terminal name is preceded with A_. As an example, the full name for terminal 121 is A_A25.
≠ Terminal name is preceded with B_. As an example, the full name for terminal 55 is B_A25.
Major Chips Description
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Table 2-13
PCI1131 Pin Descriptions (Continued)
TERMINAL
Name Slot
Slot
A+
B≠
≠
I/O
FUNCTION
TYPE
1 6-bit PC Card Address and Data (Slots A and B)
IORD
99
33
O
I/O Read. LORD is asserted by the PCI1131 to enable 16-bit l/O PC
Card data output during host I/O read cycles.
(DMA Write) This pin is used as the DMA write strobe during DMA
operations from a 16-bit PC Card which supports DMA. The PCI 1131
asserts this signal during DMA transfers from the PC Card to host
memory.
IOWR
101
35
O
I/O Write. IOWR is driven low by the PCI1131 to strobe write data into
16-bit l/O PC Cards during host I/O write cycles.
(DMA Read) This pin is used as the DMA read strobe during DMA
operations to a 16-bit PC Card which supports DMA. The PCI 1131
asserts this signal during DMA transfers from host memory to the PC
Card.
OE
98
32
O
Output Enable. OE is driven low by the PCI 1131 to enable 16-bit
Memory PC Card data output during host memory read cycles.
(DMA Terminal Count) This pin is used as TC during DMA operations to
a 16-bit PC Card which supports DMA. The PCI 1131 asserts this
signal to indicate Terminal Count for a DMA write operation .
WAIT
136
70
I
Bus Cycle Wait. WET is driven by a 16-bit PC Card to delay the
completion of (i e. extend) the memory or l/O cycle that is in progress.
WE
110
46
O
Write Enable . WE is used to strobe memory write data into 16-bit
Memory PC Cards. VVE is also used for memory PC Cards that employ
programmable memory technologies.
(DMA Terminal Count) This pin is used as TC during DMA operations to
a 16-bit PC Card which supports DMA. The PCI 1131 asserts this
signal to indicate Terminal Count for a DMA read operation.
READY 135
(IREQ)
69
I
Ready . The ready function is provided by the READY signal when the
16-bit PC Card and the host socket are configured for the memory-only
interface. READY is driven low by the 16-bit Memory
PC Cards to indicate that the memory card circuits are busy processing
a previous write command. READY is driven high when the 16-bit
Memory PC Card is ready to accept a new data transfer.
Interrupt Request. IREQ is asserted by a 16-bit I/O PC Card to indicate
to the host that a device on the 16-bit I/O PC Card requires service by
the host software. IREQ is high (deasserted) when no interrupt is
requested.
+ Terminal name is preceded with A_. As an example, the full name for terminal 121 is A_A25.
≠ Terminal name is preceded with B_. As an example, the full name for terminal 55 is B_A25.
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Table 2-13
PCI1131 Pin Descriptions (Continued)
TERMINAL
Name Slot
Slot
A+
B≠
≠
I/O
FUNCTION
TYPE
1 6-bit PC Card Interface Control Signals (Slots A and B)
WP
139
73
I
(IOIS16)
Write Protect. This signal applies to 16-bit Memory PC Cards. WP
reflects the status of the write-protect switch on 16-bitmemory PC Cards.
For 16-bit l/O cards, WP is used for the 16-bit port ( IOIS16) function.
The status of the signal can be read from the interface status register.
(I/O is 16 bits). This signal applies to 16-bit l/O PC Cards. IOIS16 is
asserted by the 16-bit PC Card when the address on the bus
corresponds to an address to which the 16-bit PC Card responds, and
the I /O port that is addressed is capable of 16-bit accesses.
(DMA Request). This pin may be used as the DMA Request signal during
DMA operations to a 16-bit PC Card which supports DMA. If used, the
PC Card asserts this signal to indicate a request for a DMA operation.
CE1
CE2
94
97
28
30
O
Card Enable 1 and Card Enable 2. These signals enable even and odd
numbered address bytes. CE1 enables even numbered address bytes,
and CE2 enables odd numbered address bytes.
CardBus PC Card Address and Data Signals (Slots A and B)
CAD31
CAD30
CAD29
CAD28
CAD27
CAD26
CAD25
CAD24
CAD23
CAD22
CAD21
CAD19
CAD18
CAD17
CAD16
CAD15
CAD14
CAD13
CAD12
CAD11
CAD10
CAD9
CAD8
CAD7
CAD6
CAD5
CAD4
CAD3
CAD2
CAD1
CAD0
147
145
144
142
141
133
132
131
128
126
123
121
119
118
103
101
102
99
100
98
97
95
93
92
89
90
87
88
84
85
83
81
79
78
77
76
67
66
65
62
60
57
55
54
53
37
35
36
33
34
32
30
29
27
26
23
24
20
21
18
19
17
I/O
Major Chips Description
CardBus PC Card address and data These pins are multiplexed address
and data signals A bus transaction consists of an address phase
followed by one or more data phases The PCI 1131 supports both read
and write bursts.
The address phase is the clock cycle in which CFRAME is asserted.
During the address phase, CAD31-0 contain a physical address (32bits). For l/O, this is a byte address; for configuration and I/O memory, it
is a DWORD address.
During data phases, CAD74 contain the least significant byte and
CAD31-24 contain the most significant byte. Write data is stable and
valid when is asserted. Read data is stable and valid when CTRDY is
asserted. Data is transferred during those clocks when CIRDY and
CTRDY are asserted.
Note: + Terminal name is preceded with A_. As an example, the full
name for terminal 121 is A_A25.
≠ Terminal name is preceded with B_. As an example, the full
name for terminal 55 is B_A25.
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Table 2-13
PCI1131 Pin Descriptions (Continued)
TERMINAL
Name Slot
Slot
A+
B≠
≠
I/O
FUNCTION
TYPE
CardBus PC Card Address and Data Signals (Slots A and B)
CC/BE0 94
28
CC/BE1 104
39
CC/BE2 117
52
CC/BE3 130
63
CPAR
41
106
I/O
CardBus PC Card Command and Byte Enables. These signals are
multiplexed on the same pin. During the address phase of the
transaction, CC/BE3 0 define the bus command. During the data I/O
phase transaction, CC/BE3-0 are used as Byte Enables. Byte Enables
are valid during the entire data phase and determine the byte lanes that
will carry the data. CC/BE0 applies to byte 0, CC/BE3 applies to byte 1,
CC/EE2 applies to byte 2, and CC/BE3 applies to byte 3.
I/O
CardBus PC Card Parity. Even parity across CAD3 1-0 and CC/ES3-O is
calculated and driven by this signal. CPAR is stable and valid for one
clock after the address phase. For Data phases, CPAR is stable and
valid one clock after either CIRDY is asserted on a write transaction or
CTRDY is asserted on a read transaction. Once CPAR is valid, it
remains valid for one clock after the completion of the current data
phase. Note: CPAR has the same timing as CAD31-0 but delays by one
clock. When the PCI 1131 is acting as an initiator, it will drive CPAR for
address and write data phases; and when acting as a target, the
PCI1131 will drive CPAR for read data phases.
CardBus PC Card Interface System Signals (Slots A and B)
CCLK
112
48
O
CardBus PC Card Clock. This signal provides synchronous timing for all
transactions on the CardBus PC Card interface. All signals except MST
(upon assertion) CCLKRUN, CIST, CSTSCHG, CAUDIO, CCD2-1, and
CVS2-1 are sampled on the rising edge of the clock, and all timing
parameters are defined with the rising edge of this signal. The CardBus
clock operates at 33 MHz, but it can be stopped in the low state.
CCLKRUN 139 73
I/O
CardBus PC Card Clock Run. This signal is used by a CardBus PC Card
to request an increase in the CCLK frequency, and by the PCI 1131 to
indicate that the CCLK frequency will be decreased.
CRST
58
O
CardBus PC Card Reset. This signal is used to bring CardBus PC Card
specific registers, sequencers, and signals to a consistent state. When
ZMT is asserted, all CardBus PC Card signals must be driven to high
impedance state, but the PCI 1131 will drive these signals to a valid logic
level. Assertion may be asynchronous for the CCLK but deassertion
must be synchronous to the CCLK.
124
CardBus PC Card Interface Control Signals (Slots A and B)
CCD1
82
16
CCD2
140
74
I
CardBus Detect 1 and CardBus Detect 2. CCD1 and CCD2 are used in
conjunction with CVS1 and CVS2 to determine the type and voltage of
the CardBus PC Card. The signal status is available
by reading the Interface Status Register
+ Terminal name is preceded with A_. As an example, the full name for terminal 121 is A_A25.
≠ Terminal name is preceded with B_. As an example, the full name for terminal 55 is B_A25.
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Table 2-13
PCI1131 Pin Descriptions (Continued)
TERMINAL
Name Slot
Slot
A+
B≠
≠
I/O
FUNCTION
TYPE
CardBus PC Card Interface Control Signals (Slots A and B)
CBLOCK 107 42
I/O
CardBus Lock. This is an optional signal used to lock a particular
address, ensuring a bus initiator exclusive access. NOTE: This signal is
not supported on the PCI 1131.
CDEVSEL 111 47
I/O
CardBus Device Select. When actively driven, this signal indicates that
the PCI 1131 has decoded its address as the target of the current
access. As an input, CDEVSEL indicates whether any device
on the bus has been selected.
CDEVSEL 109 45
I/O
CardBus Stop. This signal indicates the current target is requesting the
initiator to stop the current transaction.
CSTSCHG 138 72
I
CardBus Status Change. CSTSCHG is used to alert the system to a
change in the READY, WP, or BVD condition of the l/O CardBus PC
Card.
CAUDIO 137
71
I
CardBus Audio. This signal is an optional digital input signal from a PC
Card to the system's speaker. CardBus cards support two types of audio:
single amplitude, binary waveform, and/or Pulse Width Modulation
(PWM) encoded signal. The PCI1131 supports the Binary Audio Mode,
and may output a binary audio signal from the PC Card to the
SPKROUT signal.
CIRDY 115
50
I/O
CardBus Initiator Ready. This signal indicates that the PCI1131 is
initiating the bus initiator ability to complete a current data phase of the
transaction. It is used in conjunction with CTRDY. When both of these
signals are sampled asserted, a data phase is completed on any clock.
During a write, CIRDY indicates that valid data is present on CAD31-0,
and during a read, it indicates the PCI 1131, as an initiator, is prepared
to accept the data. Wait cycles are inserted until both CTRDY and
CFRDY are both low (asserted).
CTRDY 114
49
I/O
CardBusTargetReady. This signal indicates that the PCI 1131, as a
selected targets has the ability to complete a current data phase of the
transaction. It is used in conjunction with CIRDY. When both of these
signals are sampled asserted, a data phase is completed on any clock.
During a read, CTRDY indicates that valid data is present on CAD31-0,
and during a write, it indicates the PCI 1131, as a target, is prepared to
accept the data. Wait cycles are inserted until both CIRDY and CTRDY
are both low (asserted).
I/O
CardBus Cycle Frame. This signal is driven by the PCI 1131 when it is
acting as an initiator to indicate the beginning and duration of a
transaction. CFRAME is asserted to indicated a bus transaction is
beginning, and while it is asserted, data transfer is continuous. When
CFRAME is high (deasserted), the transaction is in its final data phase.
CFRAME 116
51
+ Terminal name is preceded with A_. As an example, the full name for terminal 121 is A_A25.
≠ Terminal name is preceded with B_. As an example, the full name for terminal 55 is B_A25.
Major Chips Description
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Table 2-13
PCI1131 Pin Descriptions (Continued)
TERMINAL
Name Slot
Slot
A+
B≠
≠
I/O
FUNCTION
TYPE
CardBus PC Card Interface Control Signals (Slots A and B)
CREQ
127
61
I
CardBus Request. This signal ir1dicates to the arbiter that the CardBus
PC Card desires use the CardBus bus.
CGNT
110
46
O
CardBus Grant. This signal is driven by the PCI 1131 to grant a CardBus
PC Card access to the CardBus bus after the current data transaction
has completed
CPERR 108
43
I/O
CardBus Parity Error. This signal reports errors during all CardBus PC
Card transactions except during special cycles. This signal is sustained
in a high-impedance state and must be driven active by the agent
receiving data, two clocks following the data, when a data parity error is
detected. This signal must be driven active for a minimum duration is
one clock for each data phase. CPERR must be driven high for one clock
before it is returned to the high-impedance state. An agent cannot report
a CPERR until it has claimed the access by asserting CDSVSEL and
completed a data phase.
CSERR 136
70
I
CardBus System Error. This signal reports address parity error, data
errors on the Special Cycle command, or any other system error where
the result could be catastrophic, such that the CardBus card may no
longer operate correctly. CSERR is open drain and is actively driven for
a single CardBus PC Card clock by the agent reporting the error. The
assertion of this signal is synchronous to the Cock and meets the setup
and hold times of all bussed signals. Restoring of the CSERR to the
deasserted states is accomplished by a weak pull-up which is provided
by the system designer. This pull-up may take two to three clock periods
to fully restore ~R The PCI1131 reports CSERR to the operating system
anytime it is sampled low (asserted)
CVS1
134
68
I/O
CVS2
122
56
CINT
135
69
I
CardBus Voltage Sense 1 and Voltage Sense 2. CVS1 and CVS2, are
used in conjunction with each other, along with CCD1 and CCD2, to
determine the operating voltage of the CardBus PC Card.
CardBus Interrupt. This signal is asserted low by a CardBus PC Card to
request interrupt servicing from the host.
+ Terminal name is preceded with A_. As an example, the full name for terminal 121 is A_A25.
≠ Terminal name is preceded with B_. As an example, the full name for terminal 55 is B_A25.
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Table 2-13
PCI1131 Pin Descriptions (Continued)
TERMINAL
NAME
NO
I /O TYPE
FUNCTION
O
Interrupt Request 3 and Interrupt Request 4. These terminals
may be connected to either PCI or ISA interrupts. These
terminals are software configurable as IRQ3 or T1VTA, and
as IRQ4 or T1~. When configured for IRQ3 and IRQ4, these
terminals should be connected to the ISA IRQ programmable
interrupt controller. When these pins are configured for INTA
and INTB, these terminals should be connected to available
interrupts on the PCI bus.
O
Interrupt Request 7. This terminal is software configurable
and is used by the PCI1131 to request PC/PCI DMA transfers
from chip sets that support the PC/PCI DMA scheme. When
this pin is configured for PC/PCI DMA request (IRQ7) it
should be connected to the appropriate request (REQ#) pin
on the Intel MPIIX controller.
O
Interrupt Request 9. This terminal is software configurable
and indicates an interrupt request from one of the PC Cards.
When this pin is configured for IRQ9 it should be connected
to the IRQ programmable interrupt controller. IRQSER allows
all IRQ signals to be serialized onto one pin. This signal is
configured
Interrupt Terminals
IRQ3/INTA
154
IRQ4/INTB
155
IRQ7/
PCDMAREQ
157
IRQ9/
IRQSER
158
in the Device Control Register of the TI Extension Registers.
IRQ11/
PCDMAGNT
160
IRQ10/
CLKRUM
159
IRQ12/
CLKRUM
161
IRQ5
156
IRQ14
162
Major Chips Description
O
Interrupt Request 11. This terminals software configurable
and is used by the PCI 1131 to accept a grant for PC/PCI
DMA transfers from chip sets that support the PC/PCI DMA
scheme. When this pin is configured for PC/PCI DMA grant
(IRQ11) it should be connected to the appropriate grant
(GNT#) pin on the Intel MPIIX controller.
I/O
Interrupt Request 10 and t2. This terminal is software
configurable and is used by the PCI1131 to support the PCI
Clock Run protocol. When configured as CLKRUN, by setting
bit 0 in the System Control Register at offset 80h (Section
7.27), this terminal is an open drain output. To select between
IRQ10 and IRQ12 as the output use bit 7 of Register 80h.
O
Interrupt Requests 5 and 14. These signals are ISA interrupts.
These terminals indicate an interrupt request from one of the
PC Cards. The Interrupt mode is selected in the Device
Control Register of the TI Extension Registers.
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Table 2-13
PCI1131 Pin Descriptions (Continued)
TERMINAL
NAME
NO
I /O
TYPE
FUNCTION
I/O
Interrupt Request 15. This terminal indicates an interrupt request
from one of the PC Cards. RI_OUT allows the RI input from the 1 6bit PC Card, CSTSCHG from CardBus Cards or PC Card removal
events to be output to the system. This signal is configured in the
Card Control Register of the TI Extension Registers.
Interrupt Terminals
IRQ15/
RI_OUT
163
PC Card Power Switch Terminals
LATCH
150
O
Power Switch Latch is asserted by the PCI1131 to indicate to the PC
Card power switch that the data on the DATA line is valid.
CLOCK
151
O
Power Switch Clock. Information on the DATA line is sampled at the
rising edge of CLOCK. The frequency of the clock is derived from
dividing the PCICLK by 36. The maximum frequency of this signal is
2 MHz.
DATA
152
O
Power Switch Data is used by the PCI1131 to serially communicate
socket power control information.
I/O
Speaker. SPKROUT carries the digital audio signal from the PC
Card.
Speaker Control Terminal
SPKROUT/
SUSPEND
149
SUSPEND, when enabled, this signal places the PCI1131 in
PCI1131 Suspend Mode (Section 6.0) . This pin is configured in the
Card Control Register (Section 7.29) of the TI Extension Registers.
Power Supply Terminals
GND
13,22,44 75 96,129,
153, 167, 81
194,207
I
Device ground terminals
VccA
120
I
Power-supply terminal for PC Card A (5V or 3.3V)
VccB
38
I
Power-supply terminal for PC Card B (5V or 3.3 V)
VccP
148, 172
I
Power-supply terminal for PCI interface (5V or 3.3V)
I
Power-Supply terminal for core logic (3.3V)
Vcc
7, 31, 64, 86, 113,
143,164, 175, 187,
201
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2.7
NS87336VJG Super I/O Controller
The PC87336VJG is a single chip solution for most commonly used I/O peripherals in ISA, and
EISA based computers. It incorporates a Floppy Disk Controller(FDC), two full featured UARTs,
and an IEEE 1284 compatible parallel port Standard PC-AT address decoding for all the
peripherals and a set of configuration registers are also implemented in this highly integrated
member of the Super l/O family. Advanced power management features, mixed voltage operation
and integrated Serial-lnfrared(both IrDA and Sharp) support makes the PC87336 an ideal choice
for low-power and/or portable personal computer applications.
The PC87336 FDC uses a high performance digital data separator eliminating the need for any
external filter components. It is fully compatible with the PC8477 and incorporates a superset of
DP8473, NEC PD765 and N82077 floppy disk controller functions. All popular 5.25” and 3.5”
floppy drives, including the 2.88 MB 3.5” floppy drive, are supported. In addition, automatic media
sense and 2 Mbps tape drive support are provided by the FDC.
The two UARTs are fully NS16450 and NS16550 compatible. Both ports support MIDI baud rates
and one port also supports IrDA’s the HP SIR and Sharp SIR compliant signaling protocol.
The parallel port is fully IEEE 1284 level 2 compatible. The SPP(Standard Parallel Port) is fully
compatible wit ISA and EISA parallel ports. In addition to the SPP, EPP(Enhanced Parallel Port)
and ECP(Extended Capabilities Port) modes are supported by the parallel port.
A set of configuration registers are provided to control the Plug and Play and other various
functions of the PC87336. These registers are accessed using two 8-bit wide index and data
registers. The ISA I/O address of the register pair can be relocated using a power-up strapping
option and the software configuration after power-up.
When idle, advanced power management features allows the PC87336 to enter extremely low
power modes under software control. The PC87336 can operate from a 5V or a 3.3V power
supply. An unique I/O cell structure allows the PC87336 to interface directly with 5V external
components while operating from a 3.3V power supply.
2.7.1
Features
•
100% compatible with ISA, and EISA architectures
•
The Floppy Disk Controller:
•
Software compatible with the DP8473, the 765A and the N82077
•
16-byte FlFO(disabled by default)
•
Burst and Non-Burst modes
•
Perpendicular Recording drive support
•
New high-performance internal digital data separator(no external filter components
required)
•
Low-power CMOS with enhanced power-down mode
•
Automatic media-sense support, with full IBM TDR(Tape Drive Register) implementation
•
Supports fast 2 Mbps and standard 1 Mbps/500 kbps/250 kbps tape drives
Major Chips Description
2-75
•
•
•
•
•
•
The Bidirectional Parallel Port:
•
Enhanced Parallel Port(EPP) compatible
•
Extended Capabilities Port(ECP) compatible, including level 2 support
•
Bidirectional under either software or hardware control
•
Compatible with ISA, and EISA, architectures
•
Ability to multiplex FDC signals on parallel port pins allows use of an external Floppy
Disk Drive(FDD)
•
Includes protection circuit to prevent damage to the parallel port when a connected
printer is powered up or is operated at a higher voltage
The UARTs:
•
Software compatible with the PC16550A and PC16450
•
MIDI baud rate support
•
Infrared support on UART2(IrDA and Sharp-compliant)
The Address Decoder
•
6 bit or 10 bit decoding
•
External Chip Select capability when 10 bit decoding
•
Full relocation capability(No limitation)
Enhanced Power Management
•
Special configuration registers for power-down
•
Enhanced programmable power-down FDC command
•
Auto power-down and wake-up modes
•
2 special pins for power management
•
Typical current consumption during power-down is less than 10 uA
•
Reduced pin leakage current
Mixed Voltage support
•
Supports standard 5V operation
•
Supports 3.3V operation
•
Supports mixed internal 3.3V operation with 3.3V/5V external configuration
The General Purpose Pins:
•
2-76
2 pins, for 2 separate programmable chip select decoders, can be programmed for game
port control
Service Guide
•
•
Plug and Play Compatible:
•
16 bit addressing(full programmable)
•
10 selectable IRQs
•
3 selectable DMA Channels
•
3 SIRQ Inputs allows external devices to mapping IRQs
100-Pin TQFP package - PC87336VJG
2.7.2
Block Diagram
Config.
Inputs
Configuration
Registers
Serial
Interface
Interrupt
Serial Interrupt
IR
Interface
Interface
UART
(16550 or 16450)
UART
+ IrDA/HP & Sharp IR
(16550 or 16450)
General
Purpose
Registers
Power
Down Logic
I/O Ports
Control
Figure 2-15
IEEEE1284
Parallel Port
Floppy
Drive
Interface
Floppy Disk
Controller with
Digital Data
Separator
Floppy
Drive
Interface
(Enhabced 8477)
Hifh Current Driver
OSC
Interrupt
Data
Handshake
Interrupt
and
DMA
NS87336VJG Block Diagram
Major Chips Description
2-77
2.7.3
Pin Diagram
Figure 2-16
2-78
NS87336VJG Pin Diagram
Service Guide
2.7.4
Pin Description
Table 2-14
Pin
NS87336VJG Pin Descriptions
No.
I/O
Description
A15-A0
67, 64,
62-60,
29, 1928
I
Address. These address lines from the microprocessor determine which
internal register is accessed. A0-A15 are don't cares during DMA
transfer.
/ACK
83
I
Parallel Port Acknowledge. This input is pulsed low by the printer to
indicate that it has received the data from the parallel port. This pin has
a nominal 25 KΩ pull-up resistor attached to it.
ADRATE0,
ADRATE1
96,
46
O
FDD Additional Data Rate 0,1. These outputs are similar to DRATE0, 1.
They are provided in addition to DRATE0, 1. They reflect the currently
selected FDC data rate, (bits 0 and 1 in the Configuration Control
Register (CCR) or the Data Rate Select Register (DSR), whichever was
written to last). ADRATE0 is configured when bit 0 of ASC is 1.
ADRATE1 is configured when bit 4 of ASC is 1. (See IRQ5 and
DENSEL for further information).
/AFD
76
I/O
Parallel Port Automatic Feed XT. When this signal is low, the printer
automatically line feed after printing each line. This pin is in a tristate
condition 10 ns after a 0 is loaded into the corresponding Control
Register bit. The system should pull this pin high using a 4.7 KΩ
resistor.
AEN
18
I
Address Enable. When this input is high, it disables function selection
via A15-A0. Access during DMA transfer is not affected by this pin.
/ASTRB
79
O
EPP Address Strobe. This signal is used in EPP mode as address
strobe. It is an active low signal.
BADDR0,
BADDR1
72,
71
I
Base Address. These bits determine one of the four base addresses
from which the Index and Data Registers are offset. An internal pulldown resistor of 30 KΩ is on this pin. Use a 10 KΩ resistor to pull this
pin to VCC.
BOUT1,
BOUT2
71,
63
O
UARTs Baud Output. This multi-function pin supports the associated
serial channel Baud Rate generator output signal if the test mode is
selected in the Power and Test Configuration Register and the DLAB bit
(LCR7) is set. After the Master Reset, this pin offers the SOUT function.
BUSY
82
I
Parallel Port Busy. This pin is set high by the printer when it cannot
accept another character. It has a nominal 25 KΩ pull-down resistor
attached to it.
CFG0
CFG1
63,
69
I
Configuration on Power-up. These CMOS inputs select 1 of 4 default
configurations in which the PC87336 powers up. An internal pull-down
resistor of 30 KΩ is on each pin. Use a 10 KΩ resistor to pull these pins
to VCC.
Major Chips Description
2-79
Table 2-14
Pin
NS87336VJG Pin Descriptions (continued)
No.
I/O
Description
/CS0,
/CS1
51, 3
O
Programmable Chip Select. /CS0, 1 are programmable chip select
and/or latch enable and/or output enable signals that can be used as
game port, I/O expand, etc. The decoded address and the assertion
conditions are configured via the 87336VJG’s configuration registers.
/CTS1,
/CTS2
72, 64
I
UARTs Clear to Send. When low, this indicates that the modem or
data set is ready to exchange data. The /CTS signal is a modem
status input. The CPU tests the condition of this /CTS signal by
reading bit 4 (CTS) of the Modem Status Register (MSR) for the
appropriate serial channel. Bit 4 is the complement of the CTS
signal. Bit 0 (DCTS) has no effect on the transmitter.
/CTS2 is multiplexed with A13. When it is not selected, it is masked
to “0”.
NOTE: Whenever the MSR DCTS bit is set, an interrupt is generated
if Modem Status interrupts are enabled.
D7-D0
10-17
I/O
Data. These are bidirectional data lines to the microprocessor. D0 is
the LSB and D7 is the MSB. These signals have a 24 mA (sink)
buffered outputs.
/DACK0
/DACK1
/DACK2
53,
52,
3
I
DMA Acknowledge 0, 1, 2. These active low inputs acknowledge the
DMA request and enable the /RD and /WR inputs during a DMA
transfer. It can be used by one of the following: FDC or Parallel Port.
If none of them uses this input pin, it is ignored. If the device which
uses on of this pins is disabled or configured with no DMA, this pin is
also ignored.
/DACK0, 1, 2should be held high during I/O accesses.
/DCD1, /DCD2
75, 67
I
UARTs Data Carrier Detect. When low, this indicates that the
modem or data set has detected the data carrier. The /DCD signal is
a modem status input. The CPU tests the condition of this /DCD
signal by reading bit 7 (DCD) of the Modem Status Register (MSR)
for the appropriate serial channel. Bit 7 is the complement of the
DCD signal. Bit 3 (DDCD) of the MSR indicates whether DCD input
has changed state since the previous reading of the MSR.
NOTE: Whenever the MSR DDCD bit is set, an interrupt is generated
if Modem Status interrupts are enabled.
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Table 2-14
Pin
NS87336VJG Pin Descriptions (continued)
No.
I/O
Description
DENSEL
(Normal Mode)
46
O
FDC Density Select. DENSEL indicates that a high FDC density data
rate (500 Kbs, 1 Mbs or 2 Mbs) or a low density data rate (250 or 300
Kbs) is selected. DENSEL is active high for high density (5.25-inch
drives) when IDENT is high, and active low for high density (3.5-inch
drives) when IDENT is low. DENSEL is also programmable via the
Mode command.
DENSEL
(PPM Mode)
76
O
FDC Density Select. This pin offers an additional Density Select
signal in PPM Mode when PNF=0.
/DIR
(Normal Mode)
39
O
FDC Direction. This output determines the direction of the floppy disk
drive (FDD) head movement (active = step-in; inactive = step-out)
during a seek operation. During reads or writes, DIR is inactive.
/DIR
(PPM Mode)
78
O
FDC Direction. This pin offers an additional Direction signal in PPM
Mode when PNF = 0.
/DR0,
/DR1
(Normal Mode)
42, 43
O
FDC Drive Select 0, 1. These are the decoded drive select outputs
that are controlled by Digital Output Register bits D0, D1. The Drive
Select outputs are gated with DOR bits 4-7. These are active low
outputs. They are encoded with information to control four FDDs
when bit 4 of the Function Enable Register (FER) is set. DR0
exchanges logical drive values with DR1 when bit 4 of Function
Control Register is set.
/DR1
(PPM Mode)
83
O
FDC Drive Select 1. This pin offers an additional Drive Select signal
in PPM Mode when PNF = 0. It is drive select 1 when bit 4 of FCR is
0. It is drive select 0 when bit 4 of FCR is 1. This signal is active
low.
/DR23
47
O
FDC Drive 2 or 3. /DR23 is asserted when either Drive 2 or Drive 3 is
assessed(except during logical drive exchange).
/DRATE0
/DRATE1
(Normal Mode)
50, 49
O
FDC Data Rate 0, 1. These outputs reflect the currently selected
FDC data rate (bits 0 and 1 in the Configuration Control Register
(CCR) or the Data Rate Select Register (DSR), whichever was written
to last). The pins are totem-pole buffered outputs (6 mA sink, 6 mA
source).
/DRATE0
(PPM Mode)
85
O
FDC Data Rate 0. This pin provides an additional Data Rate signal,
in PPM mode, When PNF=0.
DRQ0
DRQ1
DRQ2
54
31
2
O
DMA Request 0, 1, 2. \An active high output that signals the DMA
controller that a data transfer is required. This DMA request can be
sourced by one of the following: FDC or Parallel Port.
When it is not
sourced by and of them, it is in TRI-STATE. When
the sourced device is disabled or when the sourced device is
configured with no DMA, it is also in TRI-STATE. Upon reset, DRQ2
is used by the FDC.
Major Chips Description
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Table 2-14
Pin
NS87336VJG Pin Descriptions (continued)
No.
I/O
Description
/DRV2
47
I
FDD Drive2. This input indicates whether a second disk drive has
been installed. The state of this pin is available from Status Register
A in PS/2 mode. (See PNF for further information).
/DSKCHG
(Normal Mode)
30
I
Disk Change. The input indicates if the drive door has been opened.
The state of this pin is available from the Digital Input Register. This
pin can also be configured as the RGATE data separator diagnostic
input via the Mode command.
/DSKCHG
(PPM Mode)
87
I
Disk Change. This pin offers an additional Disk Change signal in
PPM Mode when PNF = 0.
/DSR1
/DSR2
74, 66
I
UARTs Data Set Ready. When low, this indicates that the data set or
modem is ready to establish a communications link. The DSR signal
is a modem status input. The CPU tests the /DSR signal by reading
bit 5 (DSR) of the Modem Status Register (MSR) for the appropriate
channel. Bit 5 is the complement of the DSR signal. Bit 1 (DDSR) of
the MSR indicates whether the DSR input has changed state since
the previous reading of the MSR.
NOTE: Whenever the DDSR bit of the NSR is set, an interrupt is
generated if Modem Status interrupts are enabled.
/DSTRB
76
O
EPP Data Strobe. This signal is used in EPP mode as data strobe.
It is an active low signal.
/DTR1
/DTR2
69, 61
O
UARTs Data Terminal Ready. When low, this output indicates to the
modem or data set that the UART is ready to establish a
communications link. The DTR signal can be set to an active low by
programming bit 0 (DTR) of the Modem Control Register to a high
level. A Master Reset operation sets this signal to its inactive (high)
state. Loop mode operation holds this signal to its inactive state.
/ERR
77
I
Parallel Port Error. This input is set low by the printer when an error
is detected. This pin has a nominal 25 KOHM pull-up resistor
attached to it.
/HDSEL
(Normal Mode)
32
O
FDC Head Select. This output determines which side of the FDD is
accessed. Active selects side 1, inactive selects side 0.
/HDSEL
(PPM Mode)
77
O
FDC Head Select. This pin offers an additional Head Select signal in
PPM Mode when PNF = 0.
IDLE
41
O
FDD IDLE. IDLE indicates that the FDC is in the IDLE state and can
be powered down. Whenever the FDC is in IDLE state, or in powerdown state, the pin is active high.
/INDEX
45
I
Index. This input signals the beginning of a FDD track.
/INDEX
(Normal Mode)
92
I
Index. This pin gives an additional Index signal in PPM mode when
PNF = 0.
/INIT
(PPM Mode)
78
I/O
Initialize. When this signal is low, it causes the printer to be
initialized. This pin is in a tristate condition 10 ns after a 1 is loaded
into the corresponding Control Register bit. The system should pull
this pin high using a 4.7 KΩ resistor.
2-82
Service Guide
Table 2-14
Pin
NS87336VJG Pin Descriptions (continued)
No.
I/O
Description
IORCHDY
51
O
I/O Channel Ready. When IORCHDY is driven low, the EPP extends
the host cycle.
IRQ3, 4
IRQ5-7
IRQ9-11
IRQ12, 15
(PnP Mode)
99, 98
96-94,
55-57,
66, 58
I/O
Interrupt 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12, and 15. This pin can be a totempole output or an open-drain output. The interrupt can be sourced by
one of the following: UART1 and/or UART2, parallel port, FDC,
SIRQI1 pin, SIRQI2 pin or SIRQI3 pin.
IRQ5 is multiplexed with ADRATE0.
IRQ12 is multiplexed with /DSR2 and IRRX2.
IRQ15 is multiplexed with SIRQI1.
IRQ3, 4
(Legacy Mode)
99, 98
O
Interrupt 3 and 4. These are active high interrupts associated with
the serial ports. IRQ3 presents the signal if the serial channel ahs
been designated as COM2 or COM4. IRQ4 presents the signal if the
serial port is designated as COM1 or COM3. The interrupt is reset
low (inactive ) after the appropriate interrupt service routine is
executed.
IRQ5
(Legacy Mode)
96
I/O
Interrupt 5. Active high output that indicates a parallel port interrupt.
When enabled, this pin follows the /ACK signal input. When it is noe
enabled, this signal is tri-state. This pin ia I/O only when ECP is
enabled, and IRQ5 is configured.
IRQ6
(Legacy Mode)
95
O
Interrupt 6. Active high output to signal the completion of the
execution phase for certain FDC commands. Also used to signal
when a data transfer is ready during a non-DMA operation.
IRQ7
(Legacy Mode)
94
I/O
Interrupt 7. Active high output that indicates a parallel port interrupt.
When enabled, this signal follows the /ACK signal intput. When it is
not enabled, this signal is tri-state. This pin is I/O only when ECP is
enabled, and IRQ7 is configured.
IRRX1
IRRX2
65, 66
I
IrDA or SHARP- Infrared Receive. One of these pins is the infrared
serial data input.
IRRX1 is multiplexed with SIN2.
IRRX2 is multiplexed with /DSR2 and IRQ12.
IRTX
63
O
Infrared Transmit. Infrared serial data output. Software configuration
selects either IrDA or Sharp-IR protocol.
This pin is multiplexed with SOUT2/BOUT/CFG0.
MR
100
Major Chips Description
I
Master Reset. Active high output that resets the controller to the idle
state and resets all disk interface outputs to their inactive states. The
DOR, DSR, CCR, Mode command, Configure command, and Lock
command parameters are cleared to their default values. The
Specify command parameters are not affected
2-83
Table 2-14
NS87336VJG Pin Descriptions (continued)
Pin
No.
/MSEN0
/MSEN1
(Normal Mode)
50, 49
I
Media Sense. These pins are Media Sense input pins when bit 0 of
FCR is 0. Each pin has a 10 KΩ internal pull-up resistor. When bit 0
of FCR is 1, these pins are Data Rate output pins and the pull-up
resistors are disabled.
/MSEN0
/MSEN1
(PPM Mode)
86, 84
I
Media Sense. These pins gives additional Media Sense signals for
PPM Mode and PNF = 0.
/MTR0
/MTR1
(Normal Mode)
44, 41
O
FDC Motor Select 0, 1. These are the motor enable lines for drives 0
and 1, and are controlled by bits D7-D4 of the Digital Output register.
They are active low outputs. They are encoded with information to
control four FDDs when bit 4 of the Function Enable Register (FER)
is set. MTR0 exchanges logical motor values with MTR1 when bit 4
of FCR is set.
/MTR1
(PMM Mode)
82
O
FDC Motor Select 1. This pin offers an additional Motor Select 1
signal in PPM mode when PNF = 0. This pin is the motor enable line
for drive 1 when bit 4 of FCR is 0. It is the motor enable line for drive
0 when bit 4 of FCR 1. This signal is active low
PD
43
O
FDC Power Down. This pin is PD output when bit 4 of PMC is 1. It is
/DR1 when bit 4 of PMC is 0. PD is active high whenever the FDC is
in power-down state, either via bit 6 of the DSR (or bit 3 of FER, or bit
0 of PTR), or via the mode command.
PD0-7
92-89,
87-84
I/O
Parallel Port Data. These bidirectional pins transfer data to and from
the peripheral data bus and the parallel port Data Register. These
pins have high current drive capability.
PE
81
I
Parallel Port Paper End. This input is set high by the printer when it
is out of paper. This pin has a nominal 25 KΩ pull-down resistor
attached to it.
PNF
47
I
Printer Not Floppy. PNF is the Printer Not Floppy pin when bit 2 of
FCR is 1. It selects the device which is connected to the PPM pins.
A parallel printer is connected when PNF = 1 and a floppy disk drive
is connected when PNF = 0. This pin is the DRV2 input pin when bit
2 of FCR is 0.
/RD
17
I
Read. Active low input to signal a data read by the microprocessor.
/RDATA
(Normal Mode)
33
I
FDD Read Data.
floppy disk drive.
/RDATA
(PPM Mode)
89
I
FDD Read Data. This pin supports an additional Read Data signal in
PPM Mode when PNF = 0.
2-84
I/O
Description
This input is the raw serial data read from the
Service Guide
Table 2-14
Pin
/RI1
/RI2
NS87336VJG Pin Descriptions (continued)
No.
68, 60
I/O
I
Description
UARTs Ring Indicator. When low, this indicates that a telephone ring
signal has been received by the modem. The /RI signal is a modem
status input whose condition is tested by the CPU by reading bit 6
(RI) of the Modem Status Register (MSR) for the appropriate serial
channel. Bit 6 is the complement of the RI signal. Bit 2 ( TERI) of
the MSR indicates whether the RI input has changed from low to high
since the previous reading of the MSR.
NOTE: When the TERI bit of the MSR is set and Modem Status
interrupts are enabled, an interrupt is generated.
/RTS1
/RTS2
72, 64
O
UARTs Request to Send. When low, this output indicates to the
modem or data set that the UART is ready to exchange data. The
RTS signal can be set to an active low by programming bit 1 (RTS) of
the Modem Control Register to a high level. A Master Reset
operation sets this signal to its inactive (high) state. Loop mode
operation holds this signal to its inactive state.
SIN1
SIN2
73, 65
I
UARTs Serial Input. This input receives composite serial data from
the communications link (peripheral device, modem, or data set).
SIRQ1
SIRQ2
SIRQ4
58,
49,
47
I
System interrupt 1, 2, and 3. This input can be routed to one of the
following output pins: IRQ3-IRQ7, IRQ9-IRQ12.
SIRQ12 and
SIRQ13 can be also routed to IRQ15. Software configuration
determines to which output pin the input pin is routed to.
SIRQ1 is multiplexed with IRQ15, SRIQ12 is multiplexed with
DRATE1/MSEN1/CS0,
and
SIRQ3
is
multiplexed
with
DRV2/PNF/DR23.
SLCT
80
I
Parallel Port Select. This input is set high by the printer when it is
selected. This pin has a nominal 25 KΩ pull-down resistor attached
to it.
/SLIN
79
I/O
Parallel Port Select Input. When this signal is low, it selects the
printer. This pin is in a tristate condition 10 ns after a 0 is loaded into
the corresponding Control Register bit. The system should pull this
pin high using a 4.7 KΩ resistor.
SOUT1
SOUT2
71, 63
O
UARTs Serial Output. This output sends composite serial data to the
communications link (peripheral device, modem, or data set). The
SOUT signal is set to a marking state (logic 1) after a Master Reset
operation.
/STB
93
I/O
Parallel Port Data Strobe. This output indicates to the printer that a
valid data is available at the printer port. This pin is in a tristate
condition 10 ns after a 0 is loaded into the corresponding Control
Register bit. The system should pull high using a 4.7 KΩ.
/STEP
(Normal Mode)
38
O
FDC Step. This output signal issues pulses to the disk drive at a
software programmable rate to move the head during a seek
operation.
/STEP
(PPM Mode)
79
O
FDC Step. This pin gives an additional step signal in PPM Mode
when PNF = 0.
Major Chips Description
2-85
Table 2-14
NS87336VJG Pin Descriptions (continued)
Pin
No.
I/O
Description
TC
4
I
Terminal Count. Control signal from the DMA controller to indicate
the termination of a DMA transfer. TC is accepted only when FDACK
is active. TC is active high in PC-AT and Model 30 modes, and
active low in PS/2 mode.
/TRK0
(Normal Mode)
35
I
FDC Track 0. This input indicates the controller that the head of the
selected floppy disk drive is at track zero.
/TRK0
(PPM Mode)
91
I
FDC Track 0. This pin gives an additional Track 0 signal in PPM
Mode when PNF = 0.
VDDB, C
48, 97
Power Supply.
This is the 3.3V/5V supply voltage for the
PC87332VJG circuitry.
VSSB-E
40, 7,
88, 59
Ground. This is the ground for the PC87332VJG circuitry.
/WAIT
82
I
EPP Wait. This signal is used in EPP mode by the parallel port
device to extend its access cycle. It is an active low signal.
/WDATA
(Normal Mode)
37
O
FDC Write Data. This output is the write precompensated serial data
that is written to the selected floppy disk drive. Precompensation is
software selectable.
/WDATA
(PPM Mode)
81
O
FDC Write Data. This pin provides an additional Write Data signal in
PPM Mode when PNF=0. (See PE.)
/WGATE
(Normal Mode)
36
O
FDC Write Gate. This output signal enables the write circuitry of the
selected disk drive. WGATE has been designated to prevent glitches
during power-up and power-down. This prevents writing to the disk
when power is cycled.
/WGATE
(PPM Mode)
80
O
FDC Write Gate. This pin gives an additional Write Gate signal in
PPM mode when PNF = 0.
/WP
(Normal Mode)
34
I
FDC Write Protect. This input indicates that the disk in the selected
drive is write protected.
/WP
(PPM Mode)
90
I
FDC Write Protect. This pin gives an additional Write Gate signal in
PPM mode when PNF = 0.
/WR
16
I
Write. An active low input to signal a write from the microprocessor
to the controller.
/WRITE
93
O
EPP Write Strobe. This signal is used in EPP mode as write strobe.
It is active low.
X1/OSC
5
I
Crystal1/Clock. One side of an external 24 MHz/48 MHz crystal is
attached here. If a crystal is not used, a TTL or CMOS compatible
clock is connected to this pin.
X2
6
O
Crystal 2. One side of an external 24 MHz/48 MHz crystal is attached
here. This pin is left unconnected if an external clock is used.
/ZWS
1
O
Zero Wait State. This pin is the Zero Wait State open drain output
pin when bit 6 of FCR is 0. ZWS is driven low when the EPP or ECP
is written, and the access can be shortened.
2-86
Service Guide
2.8
Yamaha YMF715 Audio Chip
YMF715-S (OPL3-SA3) is a single audio chip that integrates OPL3 and its DAC, 16 bit Sigmadelta CODEC, MPU401 MIDI interface, joystick with timer, and a 3D enhanced controller including
all the analog components which is suitable for multi-media application. This LSI is fully compliant
with Plug and Play ISA 1.0a, and supports all the necessary features, i.e. 16 bit address decode,
more IRQs and DMAs in compliance with PC'96. This LSI also supports the expandability, i.e.
Zoomed Video, Modem and CD-ROM interface in a Plug and Play manner, and power
management (power down, power save, partial power down, and suspend/resume) that is
indispensable with power-conscious application.
2.8.1
Features
•
Built-in OPL3
•
Supports Sound Blaster Game compatibility
•
Supports Windows Sound System compatibility
•
Supports Plug & Play ISA 1.0a compatibility
•
Full Duplex operation
•
Built-in MPU401 Compatible MIDI I/O port
•
Built-in Joystick
•
Built-in the 3D enhanced controller including all the analog components
•
Supports multi-purpose pin function (Support 16-bit address decode, DAC interface for OPL4ML, Zoomed Video port, EEPROM interface, MODEM interface, IDE CD-ROM interface)
•
Hardware and software master volume control
•
Supports monaural input
•
24 mA 1TL bus drive capability
•
Supports Power Management(power down, power save, partial power down, and
suspend/resume) ..
•
+5V/ +3.3V power supply for digital, 5V power supply for analog.
•
100 pin SQFP package (YMF715-S)
Major Chips Description
2-87
2.8.2
Pin Diagram
Figure 2-17
2-88
YMF715 Block Diagram
Service Guide
2.8.3
Pin Descriptions
Table 2-15
YMF715 Descriptions
Pin name
Pins
I/O
Type
Size
I/O
I
I
I
I
I
T
T
I
TTL
TTL
TTL
Schmitt
Schmitt
Schmitt
TTL
TTL
TTL
24mA
2mA
2mA
4mA
4mA
4mA
12mA
12mA
2mA
Function
ISA bus interface: 36 pins
D7-0
Al 1-0
AEN
/IOW
/IOR
RESET
IRQ3,5,7,9,10,11
DRQ0,1,3
/DACK0, 1,3
8
12
1
1
1
1
6
3
3
Data Bus
Address Bus
Address Bus Enable
Write Enable
Read Enable
Reset
Interrupt request
DMA Request
DMA Acknowledge
Analog Input & Output : 24 sins
OUTL
1
O
-
-
Left mixed analog output
OUTR
1
O
-
-
Right mixed analog output
VREFI
1
I
-
-
Voltage reference input
VREFO
1
O
-
-
Voltage reference output
AUXIL
l
I
-
-
Left AUX1 input
AUX1R
l
I
-
-
Right AUX1 input
AIJX2L
l
I
-
-
Left AUX2 input
AUX2R
1
I
-
-
Right AUX2 input
LINEL
1
I
-
-
Left LINE input
LINER
1
I
-
-
Right LINE input
MIC
1
I
-
-
MIC input
MIN
1
I
-
-
Monaural input
TRECL
1
-
-
-
Left Treble capacitor
TRECR
1
-
-
-
Right Treble-capacitor
SBFLTL
1
-
-
-
Left SBDAC filter
SBFLTR
1
-
-
-
Right SBDAC filter
SYNSHL
1
-
-
-
Left SYNDAC sample / hold capacitor
SYNSHR
1
-
-
-
Right SYNDAC sample / hold capacitor
ADFLTL
1
-
-
-
Left input filter
ADFLTR
1
-
-
-
Right input filter
VOCOL
1
O
-
-
Left voice output
VOCOR
I
O
-
-
Right voice output
VOCIL
1
I
-
-
Left voice input
VOCIR
1
I
-
-
Right voice input
Major Chips Description
2-89
Table 2-15
YMF715 Descriptions (Continued)
Pin name
Pins
I/O
Type
Size
Function
CMOS
2mA
Refer to “Multi-purpose pins” section
TTL
4mA
Refer to “multi-purpose pins” section
Multi-purpose Dins: 13 pins
SEL2-0
3
MP9-0
I+
l0
I+/O
Others: 27 pins
GPO - GP3
4
IA
-
-
Game Port
GP4- GP7
4
I+
Schmitt
2mA
Game Port
RXD
1
I+
Schmitt
2rnA
MIDI Data Receive
TXD
1
O
TTL
4mA
MIDI Data Transfer
/VOLUP
1
I+
Schmitt
2mA
Hardware Volume (Up)
/VOLDW
l
I+
Schmitt
2mA
Hardware Volume (Down)
X331
1
I
CMOS
2mA
33.8688 MHz
X33O
1
O
CMOS
2mA
33.8688 MHz
X24I
1
I
CMOS
2mA
24.576 MHz
X24O
1
O
CMOS
2mA
24.576 MHz
AVDD
2
-
-
-
Analog Power Supply (put on +5.0V)
DVDD
3
-
-
-
Digital Power Supply (put on +5.0 V or
+3.3V)
AVSS
2
-
-
-
Analog GND
DVSS
4
-
-
-
Digital GND
Note: I+:
Schmitt:
T:
O+:
2-90
Input Pin with Pull up Resistor
TTL-Schmitt input pin
TTL-tri-state output pin
Output Pin with Pull up Resistor
Service Guide
2.9
T62.062.C Battery Charger
2.9.1
Overview
Ambit T62.062.C.00 charger is designed exclusively for TI Extensa 610 notebook computer as a
power management and battery charger module which can charge a 9 cells Nickel-Metal Hydride
(NiMH) or 9 cells with 3’s parallel and 3’s serial Lithium Ion(LIB) Battery pack. When charging the
NiMH battery , the determination of the battery full capacity for the charger is based on zero delta
Voltage (0 V), temperature increment gradient (T/t), minus delta voltage (-V) and maximum
voltage (Max. V). On the other hand, if charging the LIB battery, constant current and constant
voltage the typical LIB battery charging mode will be applied precisely. It is important to notice that
every battery pack to be used must have a built-in 103AT-2 NTC thermistor (maximum 70thermal
breaker included for NiMH battery). Otherwise, most of the charger functions so as to be failed.
The charger permits a soft charging of NiMH battery to full capacity whereas over-charging is well
protected. Fast charge begins with the application of the external AC adapter or the replacement
of a new plugged in battery whichever NiMH or LIB battery. For safety, at the beginning of
charging, battery will not be charged until its temperature within a certain interval and if start
voltage is lower than another certain value, the charger module provides trickle charge current to
charge the battery which prevents fast charging could possibly damage the battery. In addition,
maximum temperature protection and safe timer is provided during quick charge. To maintain the
capacity once the NiMH reaches full energy level, trickle charge current will be continuously
provided to the battery by the charger.
2.9.2
•
Features
Designed for charging a 9 cells Nickle-Metal Hydride Battery pack or 9 cells (3 parallel,
3 serial) Lithium- Ion Battery pack
•
Providing the basic power management for the main system
•
System off time selectable : 50mS (software) / 2.5S (hardware)
•
Providing charging function whenever system in use power or not
•
Providing battery protections by constantly monitoring temperature, voltage and charging
time
•
Compact size & low cost
•
Determination of a NiMH battery full capacity against over-charging based on
•
0 ∆V (disabled when system sharing the power with the charger during charging)
•
- ∆V (disabled when system sharing the power with the charger during charging)
•
∆T/∆t ( 3oc/3min )
•
Max. V ( charge NiMH:16.2v )
•
Charging LIB battery following the constant current then constant voltage mode
•
Providing battery safety protections by:
•
Trickle current when battery voltage being very low
Major Chips Description
2-91
•
•
Max. T
•
Safety charging timer
•
Battery temperature constantly monitoring
•
Over voltage protect 13V
Providing low battery warning signals when the system using battery as the main power
source
2.9.3
Absolute Maximum Ratings
Table 2-16
T62.062.C Absolute Maximum Ratings Table
Parameter
Maximum Ratings
Supply voltage ( Adapter)
0V to +24V
Output current
3A
Total sink current of all O/P pin
(output pin to DC/DC not included)
15mA
Charge current
1.9A
Operating temperature
0 to 60
Storage temperature
-10 to 85
2.9.4
Electrical Characteristics
Table 2-17
T62.062.C Electrical Characteristics Table
Parameter
Symbol
Condition
MIN
TYP
MAX
UNITS
AC power
*Note 1
19
20
21
V
Disable
Delay about 10 ms
3.5
5
5.25
V
-
-
0.7
V
300
-
-
uA
INPUT
External Adapter
Disable (High)
(Low)
(Supply current)
System in use power
(High)
2-92
S.I.U.
4.0
5
5.25
V
(Low)
-
-
2.0
V
(Supply current)
1
-
-
mA
Service Guide
Table 2-17
T62.062.C Electrical Characteristics Table (Continued)
Parameter
Symbol
Condition
MIN
TYP
MAX
UNITS
AC source voltage >
8V
4.5
5
5.25
V
10
mA
5.25
V
(Low)
0.7
V
(Supply current)
100
uA
OUTPUT
AC Source input Signal
AD5V
(Voltage)
(Supply current)
Battery in use (High)
BAT-IN-USE#
Power Output
DCBAT OUT
Charge Indicator
BT-QCHG
@I load=100uA
2.7
5
-
-
3
A
(High)
3.5
5
5.25
V
(Low)
-
-
0.8
V
(Supply current)
-
-
100
uA
(High)
2.7
5
5.25
V
(Low)
-
-
0.7
V
(Supply Current)
-
-
100
uA
(High)
2.7
5
5.25
V
(Low)
-
-
0.7
V
(Supply Current)
-
-
100
uA
10.53
10.70
10.86
V
8.50
8.65
8.80
10.19
10.35
10.50
TC125PPM/
8.08
8.23
8.38
@25
9.07
9.22
9.36
TC125PPM/
7.58
7.73
7.88
System not in use
1.8
1.9
2.0
A
System in use
0.58
0.65
0.72
A
Battery Low 1
Battery Low 2
BL1#
BL2#
Quick
@I load=100uA
@I load=100uA
BATTERY LOW VOLTAGE WARNING SIGNAL
Battery Low 1 (NiMH)
(LIB)
Battery Low 2 (NiMH)
(LIB)
Battery Low 3 (NiMH)
(LIB)
@25
TC125PPM/
@25
V
V
CHARGE PARAMETER
External Adapter
Charge current
DC OPERATION (@25 Vin=10.8V)
Total Module Current
System on
2.3
mA
System off
150
uA
Consumption
( output pin not
included)
Major Chips Description
2-93
Table 2-17
T62.062.C Electrical Characteristics Table (Continued)
Parameter
Symbol
Condition
MIN
TYP
MAX
UNITS
SAFETY OPERATION
Over voltage
protect by Software
NiMH
16.2
V
13
V
LiB_lon
Note 1: External Adapter: Voltage limit 20V1V with maximum 24V over voltage as well as over current
protection.
2.9.5
Pin Diagram
DC_BAT_OUT
1o
o2
DC_BAT_OUT
DC_BAT_OUT
3o
o4
DC_BAT_OUT
GND
5o
o6
GND
PERIPHERAL SYSTEM ON
7o
o8
5VSB_OUT
SYSTEM ON
9o
o 10
DISABLE
BT_QCHG
11 o
o 12
AD5V
SMI
13 o
o 14
S.I.U.
TH
15 o
o 16
BL1#
ID
17 o
o18
BL2#
GND
19 o
o20
BAT_IN_USE#
BT_VS
21 o
o22
GND
BT+
23 o
o24
BT+
BT+
25 o
o26
BT+
Figure 2-18
2-94
T62.062.C Pin Diagram
Service Guide
2.9.6
Pin Description
Table 2-18
T62.062.C Pin Description table
Item
Pin Name
I/O
Description
SAFETY OPERATION
1
DC_BAT_OUT
O/P
.adapter power input and battery power output terminal(
with 5 A short circuit protection)
2
DC_BAT_OUT
O/P
same as pin 1
3
DC_BAT_OUT
O/P
same as pin 1
4
DC_BAT_OUT
O/P
same as pin 1
5
GND
ground
6
GND
ground
7
PERIPHERAL
I/P
system power on ,input a high pulse. user have different
way to turn on sysem by peripheral device.
SYSTEM ON
8
5VSB_OUT
O/P
charger 5VSB output
9
SYSTEM ON
O/P
connecting to main system ‘power on ’ signal
10
DISABLE
I/P
logic high to notice charger to turn off system
11
BT-QCHG
O/P
charge status, when quick charge output logic high.
12
AD5V
O/P
when adapter inserted, output +5V,10mA (max).
13
SMI
O/P
open collector, when push power on switch then output
low. (delay 6040 mS)
14
S.I.U.
I/P
logic high when system in use power
15
TH
I/P
connecting to thermistor inside battery pack using 103AT2 (10K/25,1%).
16
BL1#
O/P
when battery voltage lower than BL1 voltage then output
low (available when S.I.U).
17
ID
I/P
open circuit when a 9 cells LIB battery inserted,
connecting to GND when a 9 cells NiMH battery inserted.
18
BL2#
O/P
when battery voltage lower than BL2 voltage then output
low (available when S.I.U).
19
GND.
20
BAT-IN-USE#
O/P
logic low when battery in use power
(available when S.I.U).
21
BT_VS
I/P
connecting to battery most positive terminal
22
GND
23
BT+
I/O
connecting to battery most positive terminal
24
BT+
I/O
same as pin 23
25
BT+
I/O
same as pin 23
26
BT+
I/O
same as pin 23
Major Chips Description
.
2-95
2.9.7
Functions Description
2.9.7.1
Charge Function
A. FOR NIMH BATTERY
When the charger module charges a 9 cells NiMH battery, 0V and T/ t, max T and - v detentions
will be used as the main methods to determine the full charged battery. To ensure safety for the
battery and system, fast charging NiMH battery after long period of storage time, the module will
disable 0V detection during a short “ hold-off” period at the start of fast charging. Also when
‘charge in use’ the 0V and -V detection will be disabled during whole charging period.
When system not in use power, the quick charge current will be limited by the Adapter to
1.9A0.1A. If system in use the charge current will be limited by charger module to 0.650.07A.
When battery voltage lower than 1.0v/cell the charger module will precharge the battery (with 1/8
duty cycle/2HZ) and 50/150 minutes maximum timer.
When battery is fully charged, the charger module will offer 25mA 5mA trickle current to maintain
the battery at 100% capacity.
The BT-QCHG pin will send a logic high signal for LED indication by the charger, when precharge
or quick charge is on.
B. FOR LIB BATTERY
When the charger module charges a 9 cells (3’s parallel , 3’s serial) LIB battery. The charger will
offer 1.90.1A charger current when system not in use power whereas 0.650.07A when system in
use power. Quick charge will be terminated when charge current less then 150mA60mA. Then
12.67V 0.05V constant voltage with one hour timer will be applied to charge battery. Also if battery
voltage lower than 7.50.2V the charger will precharge the battery, using 200mA60mA with 2 hours
maximum timer.
When battery is fully charged the charger module stop charge. But the charger module will
recharge the battery if battery voltage lower then 11.4V 0.2V.
The BT-QCHG pin will send a logic high signal for LED indication, when precharge or quick charge
is on.
2.9.7.2
Discharge Function
When system turned on, the charger will check AC power inserted or not . If AC power inserted,
then AC power will be the role of power provider. If not, the charger will discharge the battery
already inserted in the notebook system.
If system in use power when Adapter not inserted and battery voltage lower than BL1 voltage, the
charger module will indicate a battery Low 1 signal . And if battery voltage lower than BL2 voltage
, the charge will indicate a Battery Low 2 signal .
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When system on if Adapter not inserted and battery voltage lower than BL3 voltage , then system
will be turned off by the charger module.
In addition, when system sends a ‘disable’ signal to charger module, system will be turned off by
the charger module immedietly.
2.9.7.3
Safety Concerns
For safety, the charger module inhibits charging until the battery voltage and temperature are
within the configured ranges. If the voltage is less than the low voltage threshold , the charger
module provides trickle current to charge the battery . This prevents fast charging could possibly
damage the battery. Also when the temperature of battery pack is over the temperature threshold,
the charger module will not charge the battery until its temperature within a configured range. This
prevents reducing the battery’s service life.
Concludely, in order to ensure safety for the battery and system, charge may be terminated when
the battery temperature over a threshold or after a safety time period.
Major Chips Description
2-97
2.10
T62.061.C DC-DC Converter
This compact, high efficiency DC/DC Converter features +5V, +3.3V, 2.35V/2.45V/2.9V/3.1V,
+12V and +6V five outputs up to 22 watts. And it accepts input from 7V to 21V, suitable for 3 cells
Lithium Ion or 10 cells NiMH battery input Pentium based Notebook PC.
The converter also supplies P.G. signal, 2.35V/2.45V/2.9V/3.1V switch for CPU and ON/OFF
control.
2.10.1
Pin Diagram
Figure 2-19
2.10.2
T62.061.C Pin Diagram
Pin Assignment
Table 2-19
T62.061.C Pin Descriptions
Pin No.
2-98
Description
1,2
GND
3
DC-IN
4
P.G.Vcc
5
+5.0V
6
GND
7
+6V
8
+12V
9
GND
10
+3.3V
11
5VSB
12
ON/OFF
13
P.G.
14,15
Vcpu
16,17
GND
Service Guide
2.10.3
Specifications
Input:
•
DC BATT_IN:7V-8V DC
Output:
•
+5V
:Load
:0~2A
•
+12V
:Load
:0~0.12A
•
The other conditions same as 2.2.1
Input:
•
DCBATT_IN
:8V-21V
DC
Output:
•
•
•
+5V: Load : 0A-3.2A
Regulation: +5%, -5%
•
Ripple:
50mV (max)
•
Noise:
100mV (max)
•
OVP:
6.5-8.2V
•
Short-circuit protection
•
Fuse protection
•
*Ripple(max)=75mV when regulate in IDLE mode
+3.3V: Load : 0A-3.3A
Regulation: +5%, -5%
•
Ripple:
50mV (max)
•
Noise:
100mV (max)
•
OVP:
4.5-6.2V
•
Short-circuit protection
•
Fuse protection
•
*Ripple(max)=75mV when regulate in IDLE mode
+2.9V:(3.1V) Load : 0A-3.0A
Regulation: +5%, -4%
•
Ripple:
50mA (max)
•
Noise:
100mV (max)
•
OVP:
3.3-5.0V
•
Short-circuit protection
•
Fuse protection
•
*Ripple(max)=75mV when regulate in IDLE mode
Major Chips Description
2-99
•
•
•
•
+2.35V:(2.45V) Load
•
Regulation: +5%, -4%
•
Ripple:
50mA (max)
•
Noise:
100mV (max)
•
OVP:
3.3-5.0V
•
Short-circuit protection
•
Fuse protection
•
*Ripple(max)=75mV when regulate in IDLE mode
+12V
: Load : 0A-0.15A
Regulation: +/-5%
•
Ripple:
100mV (max)
•
Noise:
200mV (max)
•
OVP:
14-20V
•
*The +12V max load condition is available only when the +5V output load is greater than
0.5A.
+6V
: Load : 0A~0.1A
Regulation: 5.5V~7.5V
•
Ripple:
300mV (max)
•
Noise:
500mV (max)
•
OVP:
7-9 V
•
*The +6V max load condition is available only when the +5V output load is greater than
0.5A.
5VSB:Load
: 5mA
Regulation:+/-10%
•
Ripple: 75mV(max)
•
P.G. :Active high within 100ms to 500ms after system’s +5V, 3.3V and Vcpu are all in
regulation.
•
Driving capability:12uA(source)
2.10.4
•
: 0A-4.2A
Noise:
250mV(max)
200uA(sink)
Control
VCPU Control:
Control switch can switch Vcpu output voltage to 2.35V2.45V2.9 or 3.1V.
ON/OFF:
A logic low will turn off +5V,+3.3V, 2.35V/2.45V/2.9V/3.1V,+12V and +6V
main o/p. The DC/DC converter draws about 30uA when the notebook computer is in
shutdown mode.
2.10.5
Application:
Input filter capacitor
The recommended value is two pieces of 10uf/50V ceramic capacitor(or the same grade
capacitor, such as SANYO OS-CON capacitor) with less than 150mohm ESR. And it should be
located less than 10mm away from DCBATT_IN pin.
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Service Guide
Output filter capacitor
The recommended value is 30uF/Amps TAN or OS-CON CAP.
Efficiency:
90%(MIN) at 12V input and 5V/1.5A , 3.3V/0.8A , 2.9V/0.6A load.
Environment:
•
•
Operating
•
Temperature:
0 to 65
•
Relative Humidity:
10% to 95%
Shipping/Storage
•
Temperature:
25 to 85
•
Relative Humidity:
10% to 95%
Major Chips Description
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2.11
T62.064.C DC-AC Inverter (11.3")
THIS IS A DC-AC INVERTER UNIT TO DRIVE BACKLIGHT CCFT FOR NOTEBOOK
COMPUTERS
Table 2-20
MAXIMUM RATINGS
ITEM
SYMBOL
MIN
MAX
UNIT
INPUT
VOLTAGE
Vin
7
22
V
INPUT
CURRENT
Iin
--
0.6
A
2.11.1
REMARK
Electrical Specifications
Electrical Characteristics
Table 2-21
Electrical Characteristics
ITEM
SYMBOL
MIN
TYP
MAX
UNIT
REMARK
INPUT VOLTAGE
Vin
7.0
--
22.0
V
INPUT CURRENT
Iin
--
--
600
mA
NO LOAD VOLATAGE
Vs
--
--
1400
Vrms
WORKING
FREQUENCY
f
45
--
60
KHz
TUBE CURRENT
Iout
5.5
6.0
6.5
mArms
PWM
100%
Iout
0.5
1.0
1.5
mArms
PWM
25%
VEE
2.15
2.3
2.45
Vrms
PWM
100%
VEE
1.35
1.5
1.65
mArms
PWM
25%
(OUTPUT MAX.)
TUBE CURRENT
(OUTPUT MIN.)
CONTRAST VOLTAGE
(OUTPUT MAX)
CONTRAST VOLTAGE
(OUTPUT MIN)
Tc=25 Vin=7.0V TO 22.0V
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Service Guide
Operation Conditions
•
OPERATING TEMPERATURE
0 TO +50
•
OPERATING HUMIDITY
90% MAX. R.H
•
STORAGE TEMPERATURE
10 TO +85
•
STORAGE HUMIDITY
90% MAX. R.H
•
MTBF
50000 HRS
2.11.2
Pin & Connector Assignment
J1: 52103-1217 (MOLEX)
Table 2-22
Pin Description
PIN NO.
SYMBOL
DESCRIPRION
1
DCBATTIN
DC (7.0V ~ 21.0V)
2
GND
POWER GND
3
CCFTON
PWM SIGNAL FOR ON/OFF AND
BRIGHTNESS CONTROL
4
DATA
ID X24C02 DATA
5
+5.0V
+5.0V ± 10%
6
SGND
LOGIC GND FOR X24C02
7
N.C.
8
CK
9
N.C.
10
VEE
VEE OUTPUT
11
CTEN
CONTRAST ON/OFF TTL LEVEL ″H″ ON
12
CTVREN
PWM SIGNAL FOR CONTRAST VOLTAGE
CLOCK FOR X24C02
J2:SM02(8.0)B-BHS-1-TB2P (JST)
Table 2-23
Pin Description
PIN NO.
SYMBOL
DESCRIPRION
1
VOUT1
Lanp , Input HV
2
NC
3
VOUT2
Major Chips Description
Lanp , Input LV
2-103
2.11.3
Top Overlay
Figure 2-20
2.11.4
Bottom Overlay
Figure 2-21
2-104
T62.064.C DC-AC Inverter Top Overlay diagram
T62.064.C DC-AC Inverter Bottom Overlay diagram
Service Guide
2.12
T62.066.C DC-AC Inverter (12.1")
This is a DC-AC inverter unit to drive Backlight CCFT for notebook computers
Table 2-23
MAXIMUM RATINGS
ITEM
SYMBOL
MIN
MAX
UNIT
INPUT
VOLTAGE
Vin
7
21
V
INPUT
CURRENT
Iin
--
0.65
A
2.12.1
REMARK
Electrical Specifications
Electrical Characteristics
Table 2-24
Electrical Characteristics
ITEM
SYMBOL
MIN
TYP
MAX
UNIT
REMARK
INPUT VOLTAGE
Vin
7.0
--
21.0
V
INPUT CURRENT
Iin
--
--
650
mA
NO LOAD VOLATAGE
Vs
--
--
1400
Vrms
WORKING
FREQUENCY
f
45
--
60
KHz
TUBE CURRENT
Iout
5.5
6.0
6.5
mArms
PWM
100%
Iout
0.5
1.0
1.5
mArms
PWM
25%
(OUTPUT MAX.)
TUBE CURRENT
(OUTPUT MIN.)
Tc=25 Vin=7.0V TO 21.0V
Operation Conditions
•
OPERATING TEMPERATURE
0 TO +50
•
OPERATING HUMIDITY
90% MAX. R.H
•
STORAGE TEMPERATURE
10 TO +85
•
STORAGE HUMIDITY
90% MAX. R.H
•
MTBF
50000 HRS
Major Chips Description
2-105
2.12.2
Pin & Connector Assignment
J1: 52103-1217 (MOLEX)
Table 2-25
J1: 52103-1217 (MOLEX) Pin Description
PIN NO.
SYMBOL
DESCRIPRION
1
DCBATTIN
DC (7.0V ~ 21.0V)
2
GND
POWER GND
3
CCFTON
PWM SIGNAL FOR ON/OFF AND
BRIGHTNESS CONTROL
4
DATA
ID X24C02 DATA
5
+5.0V
+5.0V ± 10%
6
SGND
LOGIC GND FOR X24C02
7
N.C.
8
CK
9
N.C.
10
VEE
VEE OUTPUT
11
CTEN
CONTRAST ON/OFF TTL LEVEL ″H″ ON
12
CTVREN
PWM SIGNAL FOR CONTRAST VOLTAGE
CLOCK FOR X24C02
J2:SM02(8.0)B-BHS-1-TB2P (JST)
Table 2-26
J2:SM02(8.0)B-BHS-1-TB2P (JST) Pin Description
PIN NO.
SYMBOL
DESCRIPRION
1
VOUT1
Lanp , Input HV
2
NC
3
VOUT2
2-106
Lanp , Input LV
Service Guide
2.12.3
Top Overlay
Figure 2-22
2.12.4
T62.066.C DC-AC Inverter Top Overlay diagram
Bottom Overlay
Figure 2-23
T62.066.C DC-AC Inverter Bottom Overlay diagram
Major Chips Description
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C h a p t e r
3
BIOS Setup Information
The notebook has a BIOS setup utility that allows you to configure the notebook and its hardware
settings. This chapter tells how to use the Setup utility and describes each parameter item in the
setup screens.
The notebook is also bundled with Windows 95-based notebook management
utility similar in function with the BIOS Setup utility called the Notebook
manager. See section 5.3 for details.
3.1
When to Use Setup
The notebook is already correctly configured for you and you do not need to run Setup. If you
make any changes to the notebook or you receive an Equipment Configuration Error message
after you turn on the notebook, you need to run Setup. Run Setup also if you want to do any of the
following:
•
Change the system date, time or speed
•
Add or remove serial and parallel devices
•
Change the system boot drive or display device
•
Set the video display features
•
Set the power-saving modes
•
Set, change, or remove a system password
The system configuration values reside in the battery-powered CMOS RAM.
BIOS Setup Information
3-1
3.2
Entering Setup
Press F2 during POST to enter Setup. The BIOS Utility main screen displays.
Setup Utility
Basic System Settings
System Security
Power Management Settings
Load Setup Default Settings
↑↓=Move Highlight Bar, ↵=Select, Esc=Exit
There are four main menu items:
•
Basic System Settings
•
System Security
•
Power Management Settings
•
Load Setup Default Settings
Read through the Setup Screen Notes before navigating the Setup screens.
SETUP SCREEN NOTES
•
•
•
•
•
3-2
From the main menu, press ↑ , ↓ , ← or → to move from one menu item to another and press
Enter to enter the selected menu.
When accessing multi-page sections, press PgDn and PgUp to go through the pages.
Parameters displayed in low brightness (grayed-out) are not user-configurable. The notebook
detects and sets the values for these parameters.
Press ↑ or ↓ to move from one parameter to another. Press ← or → to change parameter
settings. You have to change some settings when you add a component to the notebook.
Most of the Setup parameters are self-explanatory. Press F1 for help on individual
parameters.
Service Guide
•
When you press Esc to exit the Setup utility, the following prompt appears:
Do you want to save CMOS data?
[Yes]
•
[No]
Select [Yes] to save the changes you made to the configuration values or [No] to
abandon the changes and retain the current values.
BIOS Setup Information
3-3
3.3
Basic System Configuration
Basic System Configuration has a one-page screen display illustrated below.
Basic System Settings
Date ----------------------Time ----------------------Floppy Disk A -------------Floppy Disk B -------------Hard Disk (1160 MB) -------Large Hard Disk Capacity --Memory Test ---------------Boot Display --------------Quiet Boot -----------------
[Dec 06,1996]
[10:00:00]
[1.44 MB 3.5-inch]
[
None
]
Cylinder
[Auto]
787
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
[Auto]
[Enabled]
Head
32
Sector
63
↑↓=Move Highlight Bar, →←=Change Setting, F1=Help, Esc=Exit
3.3.1
Date and Time
The notebook displays the current date in MM/DD/YY format and the current time in HH:MM:SS
format. It uses a 24-hour clock; for example, 6:25 PM displays as 18:25:00.
3.3.2
Floppy Disk Drives
The default setting for Diskette Drive A is [1.44 MB 3.5-inch] and this setting applies to
both an internal and external floppy drive configuration. Diskette Drive B, by default, is set to
[None]. Enable this parameter if two floppy drives are connected to the notebook.
3.3.3
Hard Disk Drive
The default setting for IDE Drive 0 is [Auto]. With this setting, the BIOS automatically detects
your drive parameters. You can also opt to key in your drive parameters by setting this parameter
to [User]. To determine your drive parameters, look at the data on the label pasted on your
hard disk drive (or supplied in vendor documentation) and type in the parameters. Be sure to set
the correct drive parameters; otherwise an error message appears when you boot up the notebook.
We suggest you set this parameter to [Auto].
3.3.4
Large Hard Disk Capacity
The default setting for Large Hard Disk Capacity is [Enabled].
[Disabled] if you use the UNIX operating system on this computer.
3-4
Set this parameter to
Service Guide
3.3.5
Memory Test
The notebook can test main memory for errors when you turn it on. The default setting,
[Disabled], allows the notebook to bypass the memory test and speed up the self-test
procedure.
3.3.6
Boot Display
If you connect an external monitor, you can switch display between the LCD and the external
display. This parameter determines which display device the notebook uses on boot-up. Table 31 describes the different settings.
If notebook resolution is set at 640x480, the image on the
notebook and external monitor will not be full-screen. For fullscreen image, set-up notebook at 800x600 resolution.
Table 3-1
Display Device Settings
Setting
3.3.7
Description
Auto (default)
If an external display is present, the notebook uses the external
display; otherwise, the LCD is the display device.
Both
The notebook uses the external display and LCD simultaneously.
Quiet Boot
In Quiet Boot mode, the notebook does not display POST messages on your display. The default
setting is [Enabled].
BIOS Setup Information
3-5
3.4
System Security
System Security
Disk Drive Control
Floppy Disk Drive ------------Hard Disk Drive --------------System Boot Drive ------------CD-ROM Bootable ---------------
[Normal]
[Normal]
[Drive A Then C]
[Disabled]
On Board Communication Ports
Serial Port 1 Base Address ---Parallel Port Base Address ---Parallel Port Operation Mode -ECP DMA Channel --------------
[3F8h(IRQ 4)]
[378h(IRQ 7)]
[Standard and Bidirectional]
[0]
Setup Password ------------------Power On Password ---------------Plug and Play O/S ---------------OS Legacy Mode Support -----------
[None]
[None]
[Yes]
[Disabled]
↑↓=Move Highlight Bar, →←=Change Setting, F1=Help, Esc=Exit
3.4.1
Floppy Disk Drive Control
This parameter allows you to enable or disable the read/write functions of the floppy drive. The
following table summarizes the available options.
Table 3-2
Floppy Disk Drive Control Settings
Setting
Description
Normal (default)
Floppy drive functions normally
Write Protect
Boot Sector
Disables the floppy drive write function on a diskette’s boot sector. This option is
for operating systems that access the floppy drive 100 percent via BIOS only.
Disabled
Disables the floppy drive
3.4.2
Hard Disk Drive Control
This parameter allows you to enable or disable the read/write functions of the hard disk drive. The
following table summarizes the available options.
Table 3-3
Hard Disk Drive Control Settings
Setting
Description
Normal
(default)
Hard disk drive functions normally
Write Protect
Boot Sector
Disables the hard disk drive write function on the hard disk’s boot sector. This
option is for operating systems that access the hard disk 100 percent via BIOS only.
Disabled
Disables the hard disk drive
3-6
Service Guide
3.4.3
System Boot Drive Control
This parameter determines which drive the notebook boots from when you turn it on.
following table lists the three possible settings.
Table 3-4
The
System Boot Drive Control Settings
Setting
Description
Drive A Then C
(default)
Notebook boots from floppy drive A. If there is no system disk in drive A, the
notebook boots from hard disk C. If the hard disk is a non-system disk, an error
message appears.
Drive C Then A
Notebook boots from hard disk C. If hard disk C is not a system disk, the notebook
boots from floppy drive A. If no diskette is present or if the diskette in floppy drive
A is a non-system disk, an error message appears.
Drive C
Notebook boots from hard disk C. If hard disk C is not a system disk, an error
message appears.
Drive A
Notebook boots from floppy drive A. If no diskette is present or if the diskette in
floppy drive A is a non-system disk, an error message appears.
An installed PCMCIA bootable card overrides the System Boot Drive setting.
The notebook supports SRAM card boot.
3.4.4
CD-ROM Bootable
When enabled the notebook checks the CD-ROM drive first and boots from there, if possible,
before checking the System Boot Drive control setting.
There are two image types/formats for CD-ROMs - floppy drive and hard disk. See Table 3-5 for a
description.
Table 3-5
CD-ROM Image Descriptions
Image Type
Upon Boot-up…
Floppy Drive
CD-ROM drive becomes drive A and the floppy drive becomes drive B. The hard
disk drive remains drive C.
Hard Disk
CD-ROM drive becomes drive C and the hard disk drive becomes drive D. The
floppy drive remains drive A.
BIOS Setup Information
3-7
3.4.5
Serial Port 1 Base Address
The serial port can accommodate a modem, serial mouse, serial printer, or other serial devices.
The default setting for the serial port base address is 3F8h(IRQ 4)1.
Other options include:
•
2F8h(IRQ 3)
•
3E8h(IRQ 4)
•
2E8h(IRQ 3)
•
Disabled
Make sure the serial port base address does not conflict with the address used by a PCMCIA card,
if one is installed.
3.4.6
Parallel Port Base Address
The parallel port can accommodate a parallel printer or other parallel devices. The default setting
for the parallel port base address is [378h(IRQ 7)]1. The other options for this parameter are:
•
278h(IRQ 5)
•
3BCh(IRQ 7)
•
Disabled
3.4.7
Parallel Port Operation Mode
The parallel port supports four operation modes:
•
Standard and Bidirectional
•
Extended Capabilities Port(ECP)
•
Standard and Unidirectional
•
Enhanced Parallel Port(EPP)
ECP or Extended Capabilities Port supports a 16-byte FIFO (first in, first out) which can be
accessed by host DMA cycles and PIO cycles. ECP boosts I/O bandwidth to meet the demands
of high-performance peripherals. EPP or Enhanced Parallel Port is a parallel port interface that
greatly improves performance for bi-directional block-mode data transfers. EPP provides greater
throughput by supporting faster transfer times and a mechanism that allows the host to address
peripheral device registers directly.
1 The parameter value is the base address expressed in hexadecimal.
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The default setting is [Standard and Bidirectional].
If you set EPP as the parallel port operation mode, do not use
3BCh as the parallel port base address; otherwise, I/O conflicts
may occur.
ECP DMA Channel
Set the ECP DMA Channel parameter if you set the Parallel Port Operation Mode to [Enhanced
Capabilities Port(ECP)]. The default value, with ECP selected, is [0].
3.4.8
Passwords
Two passwords are implemented in this notebook. The Setup Password prevents unauthorized
access to the Setup utility, while the Power On Password prevents unauthorized access to the
notebook during boot-up and resume from hibernation.
Setting a Password
To set a password, select the desired password (Setup and Power On) to set or edit, and press ←
or → . The password prompt (a key) appears:
A message below the menu prompts you to enter a password. The password may consist of up to
seven characters which do not appear on the screen when you type them. After typing your
password, press Enter. Another prompt appears asking you to retype your password to verify your
first entry.
After setting a password, the notebook sets this parameter to [Enabled]. The next time you
boot the notebook, resume from hibernation mode or run the Setup utility, the password prompt
appears. Key in the appropriate password (Power On or Setup). If the password you entered is
incorrect, an “X” appears. You have three chances to type in the correct password. After three
tries, the following message appears:
Incorrect password specified.
System disabled.
The notebook freezes up and disables all devices. You must turn off the notebook and turn it on
again to retry. If you forget your password, you must reset the configuration values stored in
CMOS to defaults. Resetting CMOS requires opening up the notebook, so contact your dealer for
assistance.
Removing a Password
To remove a password, select the desired password (Setup and Power On) to remove and press
← or → to set it to [None].
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3.4.9
CardBus Support
The notebook comes pre-installed with a Windows 95 version which has built-in support for
CardBus. In this case, CardBus Support is not needed and set to [Disabled]. If in case you
install an older version of Windows 95 which does not have built-in Cardbus driver support, you
need to enable this parameter. The default setting is [Disabled].
To verify your Windows 95 version, access the System icon in
the Control Panel. In the System section of the General tab,
verify that the Windows 95 version is 4.00.950 B.
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3.5
Power Management Settings
Besides accessing this screen from POST (F2), you can also press Fn-F6 during runtime to
access this section of Setup.
Power Management Settings
Power Management Mode ------------Display Standby Timer ------------Hard Disk Standby Timer ----------System Sleep Timer ---------------System Sleep Mode -----------------
[Enabled]
[ 1] Minute(s)
[ 1] Minute(s)
[ 3] Minute(s)
[Hibernation]
System Resume Timer Mode ---------- [Disabled]
System Resume Date ---------------- [--/--/----]
System Resume Time ---------------- [--:--:--]
Modem Ring Resume On Indicator ---- [Enabled]
Battery-low Warning Beep ---------- [Enabled]
Sleep Upon Battery-low ------------ [Enabled]
↑↓=Move Highlight Bar, →←=Change Setting, F1=Help, Esc=Exit
3.5.1
Power Management Mode
With enabled, all the timers in Setup take effect unless specifically disabled by the user. Select
[Disabled] to turn off all the timers. The default setting is [Enabled].
You cannot disable this parameter in Setup if APM is installed under DOS,
Windows or Windows 95. To disable APM, type Power Off under DOS, or
disable the Power icon in the Windows Control Panel.
3.5.2
Display Standby Timer
The notebook shuts off the LCD backlight and turns off the CRT video as well, if there is no
activity from the keyboard or external PS/2 mouse within the period specified by this timer. To
turn the display back on, press a key or move the mouse.
The valid values for this timer range from 1 to 15 minutes with default set at [1]. Select [Off]
to disable the timer.
3.5.3
Hard Disk Standby Timer
The hard disk drive enters standby mode if there are no disk read/write operations within the
period specified by this timer. The hard disk returns to normal mode once the notebook accesses
it.
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The valid values for this timer range from 1 to 15 minutes with default set at [1]. Select [Off]
to disable the timer.
3.5.4
System Sleep Timer
This parameter enables you to set a timeout period for the notebook to enter either standby or
hibernation mode. The System Sleep Mode parameter determines which sleep mode the
notebook will enter into.
The valid values for this timer range from 1 to 15 minutes with default set at [3]. Select [Off]
to disable the timer.
3.5.5
System Sleep Mode
This parameter tells the notebook which sleep mode (Standby or Hibernation) to enter into when
the System Sleep Timer times out. The default setting is [Hibernation].
3.5.6
System Resume Timer Mode
When enabled, the notebook resumes from standby mode at the specified Resume Date and
Resume Time parameter settings.
When the notebook is in hibernation mode, it cannot resume when this
parameter is enabled.
3.5.7
System Resume Date and Time
The Resume Date and Resume Time parameters let you set the date and time for the resume
operation. The date and time fields take the same format as the System Date and Time
parameters in the Basic System Settings screen.
Setting a resume date and time that is not valid automatically disables these
fields.
A successful resume occurring from a date and time match
automatically disables these fields.
3.5.8
Modem Ring Resume On Indicator
When enabled, the notebook wakes up from standby mode and returns to normal mode when a
PCMCIA modem detects a ringing tone. The default setting is [Enabled].
When the notebook is in hibernation mode, it cannot resume from a modem
ring.
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3.5.9
Battery-low Warning Beep
This parameter allows you to enable or disable the warning beep generated by the notebook when
a battery-low condition occurs. The default setting is [Enabled].
3.5.10
Sleep Upon Battery-low
This parameter enables the notebook to enter standby or hibernation mode when a battery-low
condition takes place. The default setting is [Enabled].
BIOS Setup Information
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3.6
System Information Reference
If you access Setup during runtime (Fn-F6), pressing PgDn after the Power Management Settings
screen displays a summary of your notebook’s components and settings.
System Information Reference
CPU ID : Pentium
Internal Cache : 16KB, Enabled
CPU Clock : 133 MHz
External Cache : 256KB, Enabled
System DRAM : 16 MB
Pointing Device : Detected
Video DRAM : 1 MB
Internal KB : 85 key
Floppy Disk A : 1.44 MB
Security : Normal
Floppy Disk B : None
Security : Normal
Hard Disk : 1160 MB
Security : Normal
CD ROM : None
System Boot Drive : Drive A Then Drive C
CD ROM Bootable : Disabled
Serial Port 1 : 3F8h, IRQ4
Parallel Port : 378h, IRQ7
Operation Mode : Standard and Bidirectional
F1=Help, Esc=Exit
The items in this screen are not user-configurable. See table below.
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Table 3-6
System Status Descriptions
Item
Description
CPU ID
Shows the processor type
CPU Clock
Shows the processor speed
System memory
Shows the total system memory
Video memory
Shows the total video memory
Floppy Disk A
Shows the floppy drive A type
Security
Floppy Disk B
Security
Hard Disk
Security
Shows floppy drive A security setting
Shows the floppy drive B type
Shows floppy drive B security setting
Shows the IDE drive type and size and its security setting
Shows hard disk drive security setting
CD ROM
Shows the presence of a CD-ROM drive
System Boot Drive
Shows the boot sequence setting
CD ROM Bootable
Shows if the CD ROM Bootable feature is enabled or not
Serial Port 1
Shows the serial port base address and IRQ
Parallel Port
Shows the parallel port base address and IRQ
Operation Mode
Shows the parallel port operation mode
Internal Cache
Shows the internal cache size and setting
External Cache
Shows the external cache size
Pointing Device
Shows the presence of a pointing device
Internal KB
Shows the internal keyboard type
This screen may show other items which are not in this list if certain parameters
settings are changed and enabled.
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3.7
Load Setup Default Settings
Selecting this option allows you to load all the default settings. The default settings are the values
initially stored in CMOS RAM intended to provide high performance. If in the future, you change
these settings, you can load the default settings again by selecting this option.
When you select this option, the following prompt appears:
Load Setup Default Settings
Are you sure?
[Yes]
[No]
Select [Yes] to load the default settings or [No] to abort the operation.
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4
Disassembly and Unit Replacement
This chapter contains step-by-step procedures on how to disassemble the notebook computer for
maintenance and troubleshooting.
To disassemble the computer, you need the following tools:
•
Wrist grounding strap and conductive mat for preventing electrostatic discharge
•
Flat-bladed screwdriver
•
Phillips screwdriver
•
Hexagonal screwdriver
•
Tweezers
•
Plastic stick
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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4.1
General Information
4.1.1
Before You Begin
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.
Remove the battery pack from the notebook by (1) pressing the battery compartment cover
release button, and sliding out the cover. Then (2) pull out the battery pack.
Figure 4-1
Removing the Battery Pack
Removing all power sources from the system prevents accidental
short circuit during the disassembly process.
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4.1.2
Connector Types
There are two kinds of connectors on the main board:
•
Connectors with no locks
Unplug the cable by simply pulling out the cable from the connector.
•
Connectors with locks
You can use a plastic stick to lock and unlock connectors with locks.
The cables used here are special FPC (flexible printed-circuit)
cables, which are more delicate than normal plastic-enclosed
cables. Therefore, to prevent damage, make sure that you unlock
the connectors before pulling out the cables. Do not force cables
out of the connectors.
CONNECTORS WITH LOCKS
•
Unplugging the Cable
To unplug the cable, first unlock the connector by pulling up the two clasps on both sides of
the connector with a plastic stick. Then carefully pull out the cable from the connector.
•
Plugging the Cable
To plug the cable back, first make sure that the connector is unlocked, then plug the cable
into the connector. With a plastic stick, press the two clasps on both sides of the connector to
secure the cables in place.
Figure 4-2
Using Connectors With Locks
Connectors mentioned in the following procedures are assumed to
be no-lock connectors unless specified otherwise.
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4.1.3
Disassembly Sequence
The disassembly procedure described in this manual is divided into four major sections:
•
Section 4.2:
Replacing Memory
•
Section 4.3:
Removing the hard disk drive
•
Section 4.4:
Removing the keyboard
•
Section 4.5:
Disassembling the inside frame assembly
•
Section 4.6:
Disassembling the display
The following table lists the components that need to be removed during servicing. For example,
if you want to remove the motherboard, you must first remove the keyboard, then disassemble the
inside assembly frame in that order.
Table 4-1
Guide to Disassembly Sequence
Service Item
Prerequisite
Remove or replace the hard disk drive
1.
Remove HDD Door.
Remove or replace the internal module
1.
Remove the keyboard.
2.
Disassemble the housing
Remove the motherboard for service or
replacement
1.
Remove the keyboard.
2.
Disassemble the housing.
Remove the touchpad
1.
Remove the keyboard
2.
Disassemble the housing
Replace the LCD
Remove the display
Install CPU
Remove the keyboard (and heat sink assembly)
Install additional memory
Remove DIMM cover
The flowchart on the succeeding page gives a clearer and more graphic representation on the
entire disassembly sequence. Please refer to it from time to time.
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Figure 4-3
Disassembly Sequence Flowchart
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4.2
Replacing Memory
Follow these steps to insert memory modules:
1.
Turn the computer over to access the base.
2.
Remove the screw from the memory expansion door and remove the door.
The memory door screw is part of the memory door and does not
separate from the memory door.
Figure 4-4
Removing the Memory Door
3.
Remove the memory modules from its shipping container.
4.
Align the connector edge of the memory module with the key in the connector. Insert the
edge of the memory module board into the connector. Use a rocking motion to fully insert the
module. Push downward on each side of the memory module until it snaps in place.
To remove the memory module, release the slot locks found on both ends of the memory slot
to release the DIMM. Then pull out the memory module.
Figure 4-5
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5.
Replace the memory expansion door and screw in place.
Sleep Manager must be run after installing additional memory for
the computer to hibernate properly. If Sleep Manager is active, it
will automatically adjust the hibernation file on your notebook.
If you are using an operating system other than Windows 95 or
DOS, you may need to re-partition your hard disk drive to allow for
the additional memory. Check with your system administrator.
4.3
Removing the Hard Disk Drive
Follow these steps to remove the hard disk drive:
1.
Turn the computer over and locate the hard disk drive bay cover.
2.
Remove the screw that secures the hard disk drive bay cover. Then slide out and remove the
the cover. Set aside the cover.
Figure 4-6
Removing the Hard Disk Drive Bay Cover
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3.
You will see a tape handle attached to the hard disk drive. Pull out the hard disk drive using
the tape handle.
Be careful pulling the hard disk drive out. Make sure the connector
of the hard disk drive transfer board doesn’t loosen while removing
the hard disk drive.
Figure 4-7
4.
Removing the Hard Disk Drive
Store the hard disk drive in an antistatic bag.
If you want to install a new hard disk drive, reverse the steps described above.
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4.4
Removing the Keyboard
Follow these steps to remove the keyboard:
1.
Slide out (1) and pull up (2) the two display hinge covers on both sides of the notebook.
Figure 4-8
2.
Removing the Display Hinge Covers
Unplug the keyboard connectors (CN1 and CN2) from the keyboard connection board. Set
aside the keyboard.
Figure 4-9
Unplugging the Keyboard Connectors
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4.5
Disassembling the Inside Frame Assembly
This section discusses how to disassemble the housing, and during its course, includes removing
and replacing of certain major components like the internal drive (CD-ROM or floppy), CPU and
the main board. Follow these steps:
4.5.1
Removing the Heat Sink Assembly
Remove the four screws that secure the heat sink to the housing.
Figure 4-10
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Removing the Heat Sink Assembly Screws
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4.5.2
Removing the Internal Drive
1.
Pull up and remove the FDD/CD module latches.
2.
Unplug the internal drive cable (CN14/CN17 for CD-ROM or CN14 for FDD).
3.
Pull out the internal drive and set it aside.
Ensure the drive cables do not become hooked on the inside frame
assembly when removing and reinstalling the drive.
Figure 4-11
Removing the Internal Drive
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4.5.3
Replacing the CPU
The unique ZIF (zero insertion force) socket allows you to easily remove the CPU. Follow these
steps to remove the CPU and install a replacement CPU. See figure below.
1.
Insert a flat-blade screwdriver into the opening at the left end of the socket (labeled OPEN)
and push towards the other end of the socket.
2.
Pull out the CPU. Then insert the replacement CPU. Insure the CPU is properly keyed
before pressing it into the socket.
3.
Insert a flat-blade screwdriver into the opening at the right end of the socket (labeled LOCK)
and push towards the other end of the socket.
New CPU
Old CPU
Figure 4-12
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4.5.4
1.
Removing the Display
Remove the two screws that secure the display cable to the motherboard. Then unplug the
display cable.
Figure 4-13
2.
Unplugging the Display Cable
Remove the four display hinge screws. Then detach the display from the main unit and set
aside.
Figure 4-14
Removing the Display Hinge Screws
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4.5.5
1.
Detaching the Top Cover
Screws found on the lower case secure the top cover with the lower. However, you may not
need to remove all six screws. Follow the discussion below for details.
•
If you only want to remove the top cover from the lower case, remove all screws except
for the encircled ones in this figure below.
•
If you intend to remove the motherboard with the chasis from the lower case, remove all
screws.
Figure 4-15
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Removing the Bottom Screws
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2.
Remove three screws near the display hinge screw holes and one screw near the PC card
slots. Before you detached the top cover make sure that you unplug the cable for the CN19
(touch pad). Unsnap the top cover from the base assembly and set aside.
Figure 4-16
Detaching the Top Cover from the Base Assembly
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4.5.6
Removing the Base Assembly
Remove four screws that secure the inside frame assembly to the base assembly. Then detach
the inside frame assembly from the base assembly.
Figure 4-17
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Detaching the Base Assembly
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4.5.7
1.
Removing the Motherboard
Remove the fan by (3) removing the sticker and (4) unplugging the fan cable (CN9).
Figure 4-18
Removing the Fan
When installing the fan, the fan hole should face the rear of the unit
to draw thermal air out of the system.
2.
Remove the audio board by (1) unplugging the audio board connector (CN5), and then (2)
pulling up the audio board.
Figure 4-19
Removing the Audio Board
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3.
Unplug the battery connector board cable (CN18).
Figure 4-20
4.
Removing the Battery Connector Board
Unplug the (a) LCD cover switch cable (CN8) and (b) speaker cables (CN7 and CN10).
CN7
CN8
CN10
Figure 4-21
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5.
Turn the unit over and remove the two screws that secure the Charger Board to the inside of
the assembly frame. Then remove the board.
Figure 4-22
6.
Removing the Charger Board
Remove seven screws that secure the motherboard to the inside assembly frame. Then
release the latch and pull up the motherboard to detach it from the inside assembly frame.
Figure 4-23
Detaching the Motherboard from the Inside Assembly Frame
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4.5.8
Disassembling the Motherboard
REMOVING THE PC CARD SLOT UNIT
The PC Card Connector Module is normally part of the motherboard spare part. The following
removal procedure is for reference only.
Figure 4-24
Removing the PC Card Slot Unit
REMOVING THE KEYBOARD CONNECTION BOARD
Pull up the keyboard connection board to remove it.
Figure 4-25
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Removing the Keyboard Connection Board
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4.5.9
Removing the Touchpad
The touchpad is connected to the top cover.
assembly:
Follow these steps to remove the touchpad
1.
Peel off the mylar.
2.
Remove the three screws and disconnect the touchpad cable (J2), then remove the touchpad
main sensor and connector unit.
3.
Lift up and remove the touchpad.
4. Lift up and remove the touchpad buttons.
Screw list:
Touchpad mylar
¶ x 3, M2L4
Touchpad cable
Touchpad knob
Touchpad and circuit
Figure 4-26
Removing the Touchpad
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4.6
Disassembling the Display
Follow these steps to disassemble the display:
1.
Remove the oval LCD bumpers at the top of the display and the long bumper on the LCD
hinge.
Figure 4-27
2.
Removing the LCD Bumpers
Remove five screws on the display bezel.
or
Screw List:
x4, M2.5L6
x1, M2.5L6(for 11.3” TFT LCD)
x1, M2.5x8(for 11.3” STN and 12.1” TFT LCD)
Screw List:
x4, M2.5L6
x1, M2.5L6(for TFT LCD)
x1, M2.5x8(for STN LCD)
Figure 4-28
Removing the Display Bezel Screws
STN and TFT LCDs use the same bezel but different panels.
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3.
Pull out and remove the display bezel by first pulling on the inside of the bezel sides and
lower bezel area. Then pull up the top bezel area.
2
1
2
1
Figure 4-29
4.
3
1
Removing the Display Bezel
Twist (1), then slide out (2) and remove the Hinge Cable Cover.
Figure 4-30
Removing the Hinge Cable Cover
The hinge cable cover cannot be removed unless the LCD bezel is
removed.
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5.
Remove screws on the four sides of the display panel. Then gently fold back the foil around
the display panel and unplug the inverter cable (J2).
The encircled screw doesn’t exist in STN LCD model .
Figure 4-31
6.
Removing the LCD Panel
Tilt the LCD Panel away for the display cover. Then unplug the LCD Panel from the Display
Cable Assembly.
2
1
Figure 4-32
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5.
Remove the screws that secure the DC-AC Inverter Board to the display back cover and
remove the inverter boards. Then unplug the display cable.
Figure 4-33
5.
Removing the DC-AC Inverter and LCD ID Inverter Boards
Remove five screws that secure the LCD cable to the display back over, then remove the
LCD cable assembly.
Screw list:
x1, M2L4
x4, M2.5L5
Figure 4-34
Removing the Display Cable Assembly
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A p p e n d i x
A
Model Number Definition
This appendix shows the model number definition of the notebook.
610XX-X X X
Keyboard Language Version
0: Swiss/US
1: US(110V)
2: US(220V)
3: US w/o power cord
4: US K/B w/o power cord(ACLA)
5: US(110V for AAB)
6: US(220V)with CCIB for P.R. Chinese
7: Spanish w/o power cord
8: Turkish
A: Arbic
C: Chinese
D: Danish
F: French
G: German
I: Italian
J: Japanese
N: Norwegian
R: Russian
S: Spanish(220V)
T: Thailand
U: UK(250V)
W: Swedish/Finnish
S: Swiss/German
Y: Swiss/French
K: Korean
Z: w/o Keyboard
Memory and Battery
0:
1:
2:
3:
4:
5:
6:
7:
8:
9:
A:
B:
C:
D:
E:
F:
G:
H:
I:
J:
K:
L:
M:
N:
O:
P:
Q:
R:
S:
T:
U:
V:
W:
X:
Li-Ion BTY+CD-ROM+W/O CPU
NiMH BTY+CD-ROM+W/O CPU
NiMH BTY+FDD+W/O CPU
Li-Ion BTY+FDD+W/O CPU
Intel 150MHz CPU+Li-Ion BTY+CD-ROM+16MB
Intel 150MHz CPU+Li-Ion BTY+CD-ROM+16MB+Generic
Intel 133MHz CPU+Li-Ion BTY+CD-ROM+16MB
Intel 133MHz CPU+Li-Ion BTY+CD-ROM+16MB+Generic
Intel 120MHz CPU+NiMH BTY+FDD+8MB
Intel 120mhz CPU+NiMH BTY+FDD+16MB
Intel 120mhz CPU+NiMH BTY+FDD+8MB+Generic
Intel 133MHz CPU+NiMH BTY+FDD+8MB
Intel 133MHz CPU+NiMH BTY+FDD+16MB
Intel 133MHz CPU+NiMH BTY+FDD+16MB+Generic
W/O CPU+Li-Ion BTY+CD-ROM(bulk pack)
W/O CPU+NiMH BTY+CD-ROM(bulk pack)
W/O CPU+NiMH BTY+FDD(bulk pack)
W/O CPU+Li-Ion BTY+FDD(bulk pack)
W/O CPU+W/O BTY+0MB RAM(bulk pack)
Intel P55C 133MHz CPU+Li-Ion BTY+CD-ROM+16MB
Intel P55C 133MHz CPU+NiMH BTY+CD-ROM+16MB
Intel P55C 150MHz CPU+Li-Ion BTY+CD-ROM+16MB
Intel P55C 150MHz CPU+CD-ROM+16MB RAM(4 in 1 bulk pack)
Intel 150MHz CPU+FDD+16MB RAM(4 in 1 bulk pack)
Intel 150MHz CPU+CD-ROM+16MB RAM(4 in 1 bulk pack)
Intel 150mhz CPU+FDD+Li-Ion BTY+8MB
Intel 150mhz CPU+CD-ROM+NiMH BTY+16MB RAM
Intel 133mhz CPU+CD-ROM+16MB RAM(bulk pack)
Intel 120CPU,16MB RAM+FDD+Li-Ion BTY
Intel 133 +NiMH BTY+CD-ROM+16MB MEMORY
Intel 133+NiMH BTY+CD-ROM+16MB MEMORY(GENERIC)
Intel 120+NiMH BTY+CD-ROM+16MB MEMORY
Intel P55C 150MHz CPU+CD-ROM+24MB RAM(4 in 1 bulk pack)
Intel P55C 150MHz CPU+CD-ROM+32MB RAM(4 in 1 bulk pack)
Model Number Definition
A-1
370PXX-X X X
Hard Disk
0: No Hard Disk
1: 120MB
2: 200MB
B: 250MB
3:340MB
5:520MB
8:810MB
9:1.3GB
A: 1GB
C:1.35GB
D:1.4GB
E: 2.1GB
LCD
C :11.3" DSTN
CX:11.3" TFT
DX:12.1" TFT
A-2
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B
Exploded View Diagram
This appendix shows an exploded view diagram of the notebook.
Exploded View Diagram
B-1
B-2
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Exploded View Diagram
B-3
A p p e n d i x
C
Spare Parts
This appendix lists the spare parts of the notebook TI EXTENSA 610.
Table C-1
Spare Parts List
PART NAME
ACER P/N
TI P/N
Ref.
COMMENTS
Exploded
View
1 IC CHARGE (power supply charger bd)
05.62062.020
9811768-0001
56
2 FAN 5V UDQFC3E09 105MM
23.10029.011
9811769-0001
32
3 ADT (AC Adapter w/o power cord)
25.10052.001
9811770-0001
4 HEAT SINK-U(2) AL AN370
34.46925.001
981177100001
30
5 CASE UPPER (TOP) 370P/TI
39.46901.031
9811772-0001
21
w/o label
6 C.A FPC TOUCH PAD 370P
6M.48415.001
9811774-0001
24, 25
w/cable, bracket
7 C.A FPC AUDIO BD 370P
50.48402.001
9811775-0001
8 HDD 1083MB TOSHIBA/MK1002MAV
56.02775.001
9811776-0001
9 HDD 1440MB HIT-DK225A-14
56.02568.031
9815585-0001
10 HDD 2160MB IBM/DTNA -22160
56.02941.011
9815586-0001
11 HDD TRANSFER BD
55.48403.001
9811802-0001
12 ASSY HDD UPPER COVER
60.48412.101
9811783-0001
<< MECHANICAL & MODULES >>
see options for AC
adapter with cord
without case or cable
w/ connector
44
w/mylar
13 ASSY HDD LOWER COVER
60.48418.101
9811785-0001
46
w/mylar, belt sponge
14 TOUCHPAD SYNAP/TM1202MPU-156-1
56.17450.011
9811777-0001
22
w/o label
15 ASSY HINGE (COVER) CAP(R) 050 AN370
60.46906.001
9811778-0001
7
16 ASSY HINGE (COVER) CAP(L) 050 AN370
60.46906.011
9811779-0001
10
17 ASSY LOWER CASE (BASE) 370P
60.48411.001
9811782-0001
18 ASSY CHASSIS AN370P
60.48413.001
9811784-0001
19 FDD EXTERNAL 370
91.46905.012
9811788-0001
w/net speaker, hinge
cap
w/net speaker, hinge
cap
w/bracket, pcmcia
cover, I/o door, knob
power, foot rub,
cover ext FDD, simm
cover
w/speaker, battery
bd, PCMCIA door,
mylar, cover switch
w/cable
20 ASSY CD-ROM KIT (V32)
91.46928.023
9811789-0001
21
C.A. ASSY CD-FPC,EXT 61X
50.46903.002
9815582-0001
22
CD-ROM BEZEL
41.46903.001
9815587-0001
Spare Parts
w/bracket, cable,
bezel, knob
58
C-1
Table C1 Spare parts list (continued)
PART NAME
ACER P/N
TI P/N
Ref.
COMMENTS
Exploded
View
1 HINGE (L), SAE AN370, EXT 61X
34.46909.001
9813520-0001
2 HINGE ( R), EXT. 61X
34.46905.001
9811814-0001
3 MYLAR, LCD, 100MM, EXT 61X
40.46928.001
9811817-0001
4 LCD LATCH, EXT 61X
6M.48410.001
9815579-0001
3, 4
1 INVERTER T62.064.C.00 370P
19.21030.101
9811790-0001
12
3 C.A 31P FPC 11.3"STN 370(W.C)
6M.48412.001
9811791-0001
1,2
4 (LCD PANEL) LCDM LMG9900 11.3 STN
SVGA HIT
5 ASSY LCD BEZEL(11.3")050 370P
56.07355.011
9811792-0001
1
60.46902.101
9811793-0001
14
6 COVER ASSY LCD(11.3 HI) 050 370PT
60.48401.151
9811794-0001
1 COVER ASSY LCD PNL
60.48401.151
9811794-0001
1
2 ASSY C.A 31P FPC 11.3" STN 370
6M.48412.001
9811791-0001
1,2
w/lens, diaper assy.,
latch, hinge(R), no TI
logo
w/ tail diaper
3 (LCD PANEL )LCDM (sanyo 11.3" DSTN)
56.07469.001
9815588-0001
4 ASSY LCD BEZEL(11.3") 050 370P
60.46902.101
9811793-0001
14
W/LENS
5 INVERTER BD
19.21030.101
9811790-0001
12
1 COVER ASSY LCD PNL
60.48401.171
9815589-0001
1
2 ASSY C.A FPC, LG 12.1
6M.48414.001
9815591-0001
1,2
w/lens, diaper assy.,
latch, hinge(R), no TI
logo
w/ tail diaper
3 LCDM LP 121S 12.1"(LCD PANEL)
56.07530.011
9815590-0001
4 ASSY LCD BEZEL
60.48402.001
9815592-0001
14
W/LENS
5 INVERTER BD
19.21030.081
9815593-0001
12
1 INVERTER T62.064.C.00 370P
19.21030.101
9811790-0001
12
2 C.A FPC 11.3TFT/SHARP 370(W.C)
50.46917.021
9811795-0001
1,2
w/ tail diaper
3 (LCD PANEL) LCM ITSV45E 11.3"TFT SVGA
IBM
4 ASSY LCD BEZEL(11.3")050 370P
56.07469.101
9811796-0001
60.46902.101
9811793-0001
14
w/ lens
5 COVER ASSY LCD PNL(11.3TFT)IBM 370PTI
60.48401.161
9811797-0001
1
w/lens, diaper, latch
assy., hinge(R); and
no TI logo
<< DISPLAY COMMON PARTS >>
w/ spring
<< LCD KIT (STN) >> Hitachi 11.3"
w/ tail diaper
w/lens
w/lens, diaper, assy
latch, hinge(R); no TI
logo
<< LCD KIT (STN) >> Sanyo 11.3"
<< LCD KIT (TFT) >> LG 12.1"
<< LCD KIT (TFT) >>
C-2
11.3" IBM
Service Guide
Table C1
Spare parts list (continued)
PART NAME
ACER P/N
TI P/N
Ref.
COMMENTS
Exploded
View
<< MAIN BD >>
1 IC CPU INTEL P54CSLM 120M 3.1V
01.IP54S.C0M
9811798-0001
2 IC CPU INTEL P54CSLM 150M 2.9V SPGA
01.IP54S.F0B
9815594-0001
01.ip55c.f00
9815595-0001
4 MAIN BOARD 0MB W/O CPU 370P
55.48401.001
9811800-0001
w/o CPU
5 AUDIO BOARD 370P
6M.48417.001
9811801-0001 31
audio bd & cable
6 HDD TRANSFER BOARD 370P
55.48403.001
9811802-0001 43
w/ connector
7 KEYBOARD TRANSFER BOARD 370P
55.48404.001
9811803-0001
w/connector, mylar
8 CMOS BATTERY ASSY. (ASSY RTC BTY
MODULE 370P)
9 (BIOS IC) IC MASKROM M38802M2-013HP 64P
60.48416.001
9811804-0001
BT1
85.45001.001
9811807-0001
U16
10 LOGO PLATE, EXT 610
40.46813.041
9811819-0001
11 LOGO PLATE, EXT 610CD
40.46813.051
9811820-0001
12 LOGO PLATE, EXT 610CDT
40.46813.061
9811821-0001
13 LOGO PLATE, EXT 616
40.46813.101
9815703-0001
14 CLOSE COVER SWITCH (W.A. 2P 50MM
W/CVR SW,EXT 61X)
15 KNOB TH (MOUSE BUTTONS)
50.46911.021
9811822-0001
42.46912.001
9811823-0001 23
16 COVER, SIMM MEMORY,EXT 61X
34.46904.001
9815575-0001 87
17 CABLE ASSY, TOUCHPAD-FPC,EXT 61X
50.48401.001
9815577-0001
18 HDD DOOR, EXT 61X
42.46905.002
9815578-0001
19 EXT FDD COVER (RUBBER DOOR), EXT 61X
47.46903.001
9815580-0001 67
20 I/O DOOR (REAR), EXT 61X
6M.48416.001
9815581-0001 78, 79
21 SPEAKER 0.3W T023S03
23.40015.021
9815596-0001 41
22 BATTERY BOARD
55.46904.001
9815597-0001
w/ assy. cable
23 ASSY FDD INTERNAL
91.46905.011
9811787-0001 62
w/ bracket, cable,
bezel, knob, lens
24
FDD 1.44 3.5" D353F2 MIT
see above kit
see above kit
25
ASSY FDD BZL
see above kit
see above kit
26
FDD CABLE
50.46902.001
9815426-0001 63
42.46955.001
9815598-0001 29
3 IC CPU INTEL P55C (MMX) 150M 2.45V SPGA
27 BATTERY DOOR
Spare Parts
67
w/latch
with bezel & lens
C-3
Table C1
Spare parts list (continued)
PART NAME
ACER P/N
TI P/N
Ref.
COMMENTS
Exploded
View
KB-84 KEY KAS1901-0161R US 370 (US)
90.46907.001
9805728-0001
27
w/cable
Keyboard(UK)
90.46907.00U
9805758-0002
27
w/cable
Keyboard(Germany)
90.46907.00G
9805758-0003
27
w/cable
Keyboard(French)
90.46907.00F
9805758-0004
27
w/cable
Keyboard(Spanish)
90.46907.00S
9805758-0005
27
w/cable
Keyboard(Sws/Ger)
90.46907.007
9805758-0006
27
w/cable
Keyboard(Italian)
90.46907.00I
9805758-0007
27
w/cable
Keyboard(Portuguese)
90.46907.00P
9805758-0008
27
w/cable
Keyboard(Sweden)
90.46907.00W
9805758-0010
27
w/cable
Keyboard(Denmark)
90.46907.00D
9805758-0012
27
w/cable
Keyboard(Norwegian)
90.46907.00N
9805758-0013
27
w/cable
Keyboard(Finland)
90.46907.008
9805758-0014
27
w/cable
KEYBOARDS
Keyboard(Belgium)
90.46907.00B
9805758-0015
27
w/cable
Keyboard(Chinese)
90.46907.00C
9805758-0019
27
w/cable
Keyboard(Korean)
90.46907.00K
9805758-0020
27
w/cable
Keyboard(Japanese)
90.46907.00J
9805758-0021
27
w/cable
C-4
Service Guide
Table C1
Spare parts list (continued)
PART NAME
ACER P/N
TI P/N
6M.48409.001
9815599-0001
Ref.
COMMENTS
Exploded
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SERVICE KITS
MISC. PARTS PACK
1
2
3
4
5
6
SCREW LCD CAP(47.46901.001) * 10 PCS
CLIPPER CABLE(42.46921.001) * 10 PCS
RUBBER FOOT (47.46902.001) * 10 PCS
FOOT PU BLACK (47.45001.001)*10 PCS
CD LATCH(42.46903.001) * 10 PCS
SCREW PACK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
6M.48419.001
M2L4(86.1A352.4R0) * 10 PCS
M2L14(86.1A522.140) * 10 PCS
M2.5L5(86.4A553.5R0) * 10 PCS
M2.5L6(BLACK)(86.1AI23.6R0) * 10 PCS
M2.5L6(86.1A553.6R0) * 10 PCS
M2.5L8(86.1A553.8R0) * 10 PCS
M2.5L18(86.1A523.180) * 10 PCS
M3L6 (86.4A524.6R0) * 10 PCS
6M.48420.001
MYLAR TH(40.46911.001)
9815701-0001
see above kit
see above kit 102
MYLAR HDD BELT(40.48401.061)
PCMCIA DOOR PACK
9815700-0001
see above kit
see above kit
see above kit
see above kit
see above kit
see above kit
see above kit
see above kit
see above kit
M2L5(86.1AL22.5R0) * 10 PCS
MYLAR PACK
1
2
see above kit
see above kit
see above kit
see above kit
see above kit
see above kit
CAP RUBBER(47.46917.001) * 10 PCS
6M.48421.001
9815702-0001
PCMCIA DOOR SPRING
1 UPPER(34.46903.001)
* 10 PCS
see above kit
PCMCIA DOOR SPRING
2 LOWER(34.46928.001)
* 10 PCS
see above kit
PCMCIA DOOR UPPER (42.46913.001) * 5
3 PCS
see above kit
PCMCIA DOOR LOWER(42.46919.001) * 5
4 PCS
see above kit
Spare Parts
69,34,35,36
C-5
Table C1
Spare parts list (continued)
PART NAME
options
Misc.
ACER P/N
TI P/N
EXT BTY CHARGER 91.48428.001 370P ONLY
91.48428.001
9811764-0001
EXT FLOPPY DRIVE 91.46905.002 370/370P
91.46905.002
9811765-0001
PS/2 CABLE 50.46812.001
50.46812.001
9811766-0001
FILE TRANSFER CABLE 50.30014.001
50.30014.001
9811767-0001
AC ADAPTER ASSY,EXTENSA 61X w/power cord
91.48428.011
9811754-0001
BATTERY PACK,EXTENSA 61X,NIMH SANYO
91.46928.012
9811738-0001
BATTERY PACK,EXTENSA 61X,NIMH TOSHIBA
91.46928.007
9811738-0003
LI-ION 91.46928.003 370/370P, EXT61X
91.46928.003
9811763-0001
8 MB memory modules
91.46910.001
9811344-0001
16 MB memory modules
91.46910.002
9811344-0002
32 MB memory modules
91.46910.003
9811344-0003
Power
Memory
C-6
Service Guide
A p p e n d i x
Schematics
This appendix shows the schematic diagrams of the notebook.
D
3.3V
2.9V
3.3V
2
2,5
$CPUA[3..31]
$CPUA3
$CPUA4
$CPUA5
$CPUA6
$CPUA7
$CPUA8
$CPUA9
$CPUA10
$CPUA11
$CPUA12
$CPUA13
$CPUA14
$CPUA15
$CPUA16
$CPUA17
$CPUA18
$CPUA19
$CPUA20
$CPUA21
$CPUA22
$CPUA23
$CPUA24
$CPUA25
$CPUA26
$CPUA27
$CPUA28
$CPUA29
$CPUA30
$CPUA31
$BE#0
$BE#1
$BE#2
$BE#3
$BE#4
$BE#5
$BE#6
$BE#7
4 $A20M#
$BE#[0..7]
$BE#[0..7]
R102 NOT INSTALL
INSTALL:M1
NIS:P54C/K5
3.3V
R102
1
2
3.3V
3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
2 1 0 0 8 8 8 8 8 1 0 9 8 7 6 5 5 4 4 3 2 1 1 0 9 8 2 2 2 2 2 1
0 5 6 3 9 7 5 3 1 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 3 7 4 7 7 7 3 7 7 7 9 7 5 3 1 9
10KR3
2
$AHOLD
RP40
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
SRN1K
2
2 $BRDY#
7 $BF0
7 $BF1
$CACHE#
7 $CPUCLK
8 $STPCLK#
R207
R208 2
1
1
2
470R3
470R3
3.3V
$AP
2 $BOFF#
##
$TRST#
$TCK
$BF0
$BF1
$BUSCHK#
$CACHE#
$CPUD0
$CPUD1
$CPUD2
$CPUD3
$CPUD4
$CPUD5
$CPUD6
$CPUD7
$CPUD8
$CPUD9
$CPUD10
$CPUD11
$CPUD12
$CPUD13
$CPUD14
$CPUD15
$CPUD16
$CPUD17
$CPUD18
$CPUD19
$CPUD20
$CPUD21
$CPUD22
$CPUD23
$CPUD24
$CPUD25
$CPUD26
$CPUD27
$CPUD28
$CPUD29
$CPUD30
$CPUD31
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255
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256
292
253
291
254
252
251
250
249
248
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246
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244
204
216
203
215
222
214
213
259
257
296
221
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
231
A3-AL35
A4-AM34
A5-AK32
A6-AN33
A7-AL33
A8-AM32
A9-AK30
A10-AN31
A11-AL31
A12-AL29
A13-AK28
A14-AL27
A15-AK26
A16-AL25
A17-AK24
A18-AL23
A19-AK22
A20-AL21
A21-AF34
A22-AH36
A23-AE33
A24-AG35
A25-AJ35
A26-AH34
A27-AG33
A28-AK36
A29-AK34
A30-AM36
A31-AJ33
BE0#-AL9
BE1#-AK10
BE2#-AL11
BE3#-AK12
BE4#-AL13
BE5#-AK14
BE6#-AL15
BE7#-AK16
A20M#-AK8
151
225
171
140
142
161
170
135
218
202
AHOLD-V4
AP-AK2
BOFF#-Z4
BP2-S3
BP3-S5
BRDY#-X4
BRDYC#-Y3
CPUTYP-Q35
BREQ-AJ1
APCHK#-AE5
173
164
230
150
BF0(BF)-Y33
BF1(NC)-X34
BUSCHK#-AL7
CACHE#-U3
241
154
CLK-AK18
STPCLK#-V34
94
103
115
104
95
105
93
86
84
85
83
71
74
72
36
69
34
70
35
32
68
33
65
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31
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64
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C
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C
C
3
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2
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2
9
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C
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3
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3
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C
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Q
3
7
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3
7
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2
9
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5
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9
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2
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J
1
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1
5
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C
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2
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A
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1
9
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N
1
7
V
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N
1
5
V
C
C
2
|
A
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1
3
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C
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2
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1
1
V
C
C
2
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9
V
C
C
2
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A
G
1
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C
C
2
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A
E
1
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C
C
2
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C
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C
C
2
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A
1
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C
C
2
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1
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C C
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2 2
| |
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1 1
V
C
C
2
|
S
1
V
C
C
2
|
Q
1
V
C
C
2
|
N
1
V
C
C
2
|
L
1
V
C
C
2
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J
1
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C
C
2
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G
1
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C
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1
7
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C
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9
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C
C
2
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7
N
C
|
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1
N
C
|
B
2
N
C
|
A
3
N
C
|
A
3
7
N
C
|
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1
N
C
|
R
3
4
N
C
|
S
3
3
N
C
|
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3
5
N N N
C C C
| | |
WWA
3 3 L
3 5 1
1
U21
N
C UPVRM#-AH32
|
A
AM2-ADSC#
L
1
AJ5-ADS#
9
AM6-W/R#
T4-M/IO#
AK4-D/C#
AC5-PRDY
AK20-RESET
262
220
266
141
227
192
243
AA5-WBWT#
Q33-TRST#
P34-TMS
N33-TDO
N35-TDI
M34-TCK
AG3-SMIACT#
AB34-SMI#
AL17-SCYC
AC35-R/S#
AL3-PWT
182
133
124
123
125
114
210
184
240
195
226
P55C/P54C
R4-PM1/BP1
Q3-PM0/BP0
Z34-PEN#
AF4-PCHK#
AG5-PCD
322
131
130
174
201
212
AC33-NMI
Y5-NA#
AH4-LOCK#
W5-KEN#
U5-INV
AD34-INTR
AA33-INIT
AA35-IGNNE#
P4-IERR#
AB4-HOLD
AJ3-HLDA
AL5-HITM#
AK6-HIT#
Y35-FRCMC#
AN7-FLUSH#
Q5-FERR#
W3-EWBE#
AM4-EADS#
193
172
211
162
152
194
183
185
121
181
219
228
229
175
267
132
160
264
AE35-D/P#
AD4-PBGNT
AE3-PBREQ
AA3-PHIT#
AC3-PHITM#
205
191
200
180
190
PICCLK-H34
PICD0-J33
PICD1-L35
N5-DP7
F2-DP6
F6-DP5
C7-DP4
D18-DP3
C25-DP2
D30-DP1
D36-DP0
122
76
80
44
55
62
67
73
D0-K34
D1-G35
D2-J35
D3-G33
D4-F36
D5-F34
D6-E35
D7-E33
D8-D34
D9-C37
D10-C35
D11-B36
D12-D32
D13-B34
D14-C33
D15-A35
D16-B32
D17-C31
D18-A33
D19-D28
D20-B30
D21-C29
D22-A31
D23-D26
D24-C27
D25-C23
D26-D24
D27-C21
D28-D22
D29-C19
D30-D20
D31-C17
N3-D63
M4-D62
L2-D61
L5-D60
K4-D59
J5-D58
J3-D57
H4-D56
G3-D55
E1-D54
G5-D53
E3-D52
F4-D51
D2-D50
E5-D49
D4-D48
C3-D47
E7-D46
C5-D45
D6-D44
B4-D43
E9-D42
A5-D41
D8-D40
D10-D39
C9-D38
D12-D37
C11-D36
D14-D35
C13-D34
D16-D33
C15-D32
120
111
110
112
101
102
100
91
90
75
92
77
78
39
79
41
40
81
42
43
4
82
5
45
47
46
49
48
51
50
53
52
A
N
1
|
N
C
A
N
3
|
N
C
A
N
5
|
N
C
A
N
3
5
|
N
C
E
1
7
|
N
C
E
2
5
|
N
C
A
J
1
5
|
N
C
A
J
2
3
|
N
C
2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3
6 6 6 9 0 0 1 1
1 3 5 5 1 5 3 7
2,5
V
C
C
3
|
A
G
3
7
1 1 1 1 1 2 2
3 3 3 4 4 6 6 2 4
1 2 3 7 8 4 3 5 3 5 4 2
3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
1 0 7 7 7 7 7 6 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 9 8 1 1 1 1
1 0 9 7 5 3 1 9 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 7 5 3 1 9 7
B
6
|
G
N
D
B
8
|
G
N
D
B
1
0
|
G
N
D
B
1
2
|
G
N
D
B
1
4
|
G
N
D
B
1
6
|
G
N
D
B
1
8
|
G
N
D
B
2
0
|
G
N
D
B
2
2
|
G
N
D
B
2
4
|
G
N
D
B
2
6
|
G
N
D
B
2
8
|
G
N
D
H
2
|
G
N
D
H
3
6
|
G
N
D
K
2
|
G
N
D
K
3
6
|
G
N
D
M
2
|
G
N
D
M
3
6
|
G
N
D
P
2
|
G
N
D
P
3
6
|
G
N
D
R
2
|
G
N
D
R
3
6
|
G
N
D
T
2
|
G
N
D
T
3
6
|
G
N
D
V
2
|
G
N
D
U
3
5
|
G
N
D
V
3
6
|
G
N
D
X
2
|
G
N
D
X
3
6
|
G
N
D
Z
2
|
G
N
D
Z
3
6
|
G
N
D
A
B
2
|
G
N
D
A
B
3
6
|
G
N
D
A
D
2
|
G
N
D
A
D
3
6
|
G
N
D
A
F
2
|
G
N
D
A
F
3
6
|
G
N
D
A
H
2
|
G
N
D
A
J
3
7
|
G
N
D
A
L
3
7
|
G
N
D
A
M
8
|
G
N
D
A
M
1
0
|
G
N
D
A
M
1
2
|
G
N
D
A
M
1
4
|
G
N
D
AA
MM
1 1
6 8
| |
GG
NN
DD
A
M
2
0
|
G
N
D
A
M
2
2
|
G
N
D
AA
MM
2 2
4 6
| |
GG
NN
DD
A
M
2
8
|
G
N
D
AA
MN
3 3
0 7
| |
GG
NN
DD
E
1
1
|
G
N
D
E
1
3
|
G
N
D
E
1
9
|
G
N
D
E
2
3
|
G
N
D
E
2
9
|
G
N
D
E
3
1
|
G
N
D
A
J
7
|
G
N
D
A
J
9
|
G
N
D
A
J
1
3
|
G
N
D
A
J
1
7
|
G
N
D
A
J
2
1
|
G
N
D
A
J
2
5
|
G
N
D
A
J
2
7
|
G
N
D
A
J
3
1
|
G
N
D
6 8 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 8 9 9 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
0 2 4 6 8 0 2 4 6 8 9 6 9 0 0 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 0 0 2 6 6 7 7 7 7 7 8 8 8 8 8 9 9 9 9 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 2
6 9 6 9 6 9 6 9 6 9 5 6 9 6 9 6 9 6 9 6 9 6 9 3 0 8 0 2 4 6 8 0 2 4 6 8 0 7 8 9 2 4 7 8 9 0 2 4 6 8 9 1
2
R214
10KR3
##
R214 NOT INSTALL
$CPUADS#
$WR#
$MIO#
$DC#
2,5
2
2
2
4
$CPURST
3.3V
$WBWT#
$TRST#
RP19
$TCK
$SMIACT#
$CPUSMI#
2
8
$WBWT#
$HLOCK#
$AP
$BUSCHK#
3.3V
1
2
3
4
5
10
9
8
7
6
SRP10K
$CACHE#
$FRCMC#
$PEN#
$FLUSH#
3.3V
RP18
$PEN#
$NMI
$NA#
$HLOCK#
$KEN#
$HLOCK#
4
2
1
2
3
4
5
10
9
8
7
6
$DP3
$DP2
$DP1
$DP0
SRP10K
2
2
8,19
8
$CPUINTR
$CPUINIT
$IGNNE#
R101
1
$DP4
$DP6
$DP5
$DP7
3.3V
4
2
4K7R3
2
$HITM#
$FRCMC#
$FLUSH#
R104
1
2 $FERR#
$EADS#
4K7R3
4
2
$DP7
$DP6
$DP5
$DP4
$DP3
$DP2
$DP1
$DP0
$CPUD63
$CPUD62
$CPUD61
$CPUD60
$CPUD59
$CPUD58
$CPUD57
$CPUD56
$CPUD55
$CPUD54
$CPUD53
$CPUD52
$CPUD51
$CPUD50
$CPUD49
$CPUD48
$CPUD47
$CPUD46
$CPUD45
$CPUD44
$CPUD43
$CPUD42
$CPUD41
$CPUD40
$CPUD39
$CPUD38
$CPUD37
$CPUD36
$CPUD35
$CPUD34
$CPUD33
$CPUD32
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
|LINK
|M1521_A.SCH
|M1521_B.SCH
|M1523.SCH
|CACHE.SCH
|DIMM1.SCH
|CLK.SCH
|M7101.SCH
|RTCROM.SCH
|KBC.SCH
|SIO1.SCH
|SIO2.SCH
|FINGER.SCH
|MOHDCON.SCH
|AUDIO1.SCH
|AUDIO2DA.SCH
|CTVGA1.SCH
|CTVGA3.SCH
|CTZVCRT.SCH
|CTLCD1.SCH
|PCMCIA.SCH
|PCM_CONN.SCH
|POWER.SCH
|HW_SET.SCH
|BCO_CAP.SCH
:CPU SOCKET
:M1521 CPU BUS &CACHE
:M1521 PCI & DRAM I/F
:M1523 PCI-ISA BRIDGE &IDE CTRL
:L2-CACHE
:DIMM SOCKET
:CY2263, CLK GEN.
:PMU M7101
:BQ3285E, 28F020(TSOP)
:M38802
: NS87336
:SERIAL PORT,||PORT,EXT FDD
:GOLDEN FINGER, FAN CONN
:HDD, FDD, CD-ROM CONN.
:YMF-715
:OP-AMP & LED BD CONN.
:C&T65550
:VRAM, VGA PWR
:LCD CONN.,VGA PORT, ZV PORT
:COVER SW, SHFCLK
:TI PCI1131
:PCMCIA CONN, TPS2206
:CHARGER, DC/DC, BATT. CONN
:H/W SET, RESET SIGNAL
:BYPASS CAP.
DSKT-P55C
ACER
$CPUD[0..63]
TAIPEI TAIWAN R.O.C
Title
370P/J (CPU)
Size
A3
Date:
Document Number
REV
SC
96149
February 12, 1997
Sheet
1
of
25
+5V
8
8
8
1,5
$CPUD[0..63]
TH_DQ
TH_CLK
TH_RST#
U22
DQ
CLK/CONV#
RST#
GND
DS1620
1
2
3
4
$CPUD[0..63]
$
C
P
U
D
6
3
$
C
P
U
D
6
2
$
C
P
U
D
6
1
$
C
P
U
D
6
0
$
C
P
U
D
5
9
$
C
P
U
D
5
8
$
C
P
U
D
5
7
$
C
P
U
D
5
6
$
C
P
U
D
5
5
$
C
P
U
D
5
4
$
C
P
U
D
5
3
$
C
P
U
D
5
2
$
C
P
U
D
5
1
$
C
P
U
D
5
0
$
C
P
U
D
4
9
$
C
P
U
D
4
8
$
C
P
U
D
4
7
$
C
P
U
D
4
6
$
C
P
U
D
4
5
$
C
P
U
D
4
4
$
C
P
U
D
4
3
$
C
P
U
D
4
2
$
C
P
U
D
4
1
$
C
P
U
D
4
0
$
C
P
U
D
3
9
$
C
P
U
D
3
8
$
C
P
U
D
3
7
$
C
P
U
D
3
6
$
C
P
U
D
3
5
$
C
P
U
D
3
4
$
C
P
U
D
3
3
$
C
P
U
D
3
2
$
C
P
U
D
3
1
$
C
P
U
D
3
0
$
C
P
U
D
2
9
$
C
P
U
D
2
8
$
C
P
U
D
2
7
$
C
P
U
D
2
6
$
C
P
U
D
2
5
VDD
THIGH
TLOW
TCOM
8
7
6
5
R103
1
2
20
CPU_TH
CPU_TL
TH_COM
8,13
33R3
$
C
P
U
D
2
4
+5V
8
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
2 4 4 4 6 6 8 6 8 8 8 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 2 1 3 1 2 2 3 3 3 6 4 6 6 7 7 7 8 7 8 8 9
1 1 3 2 1 2 3 3 1 2 4 1 3 4 6 1 2 7 4 8 7 7 5 6 5 8 5 6 8 5 6 7 8 6 7 8 5 6 7 9
1 $BE#[0..7]
HH H H H H H H H H H H H HH H HH H HH HH H H H H H H H H H H H H HH HH H
DD D D D D D D D D D D D DD D DD D DD DD D D D D D D D D D D D D DD DD D
6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2
3 2 1 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 9 8 7 6 5 4
$BE#[0..7]
$BE#0
$BE#1
$BE#2
$BE#3
$BE#4
$BE#5
$BE#6
$BE#7
146
147
148
155
156
157
158
165
HBEJ0
HBEJ1
HBEJ2
HBEJ3
HBEJ4
HBEJ5
HBEJ6
HBEJ7
$CPUA3
$CPUA4
$CPUA5
$CPUA6
$CPUA7
$CPUA8
$CPUA9
$CPUA10
$CPUA11
$CPUA12
$CPUA13
$CPUA14
$CPUA15
$CPUA16
$CPUA17
$CPUA18
$CPUA19
$CPUA20
$CPUA21
$CPUA22
$CPUA23
$CPUA24
$CPUA25
$CPUA26
259
299
236
300
296
256
255
295
275
235
294
254
274
234
293
273
253
233
257
238
237
278
277
258
HA3
HA4
HA5
HA6
HA7
HA8
HA9
HA10
HA11
HA12
HA13
HA14
HA15
HA16
HA17
HA18
HA19
HA20
HA21
HA22
HA23
HA24
HA25
HA26
ALADDIN3
CPU BUS & CACHE
M1521
H H H H H
A A A A A
2 2 2 3 3
7 8 9 0 1
2 2 2 2 2
9 9 3 7 7
7 8 9 9 6
$
C
P
U
A
2
7
1,5
$CPUA[3..31]
U48
TH_CLK
TH_RST#
HD23
HD22
HD21
HD20
HD19
HD18
HD17
HD16
HD15
HD14
HD13
HD12
HD11
HD10
HD9
HD8
HD7
HD6
HD5
HD4
HD3
HD2
HD1
HD0
185
210
197
212
198
230
211
232
250
231
252
209
272
251
271
229
196
249
270
269
292
290
291
289
TIO7
TIO6
TIO5
TIO4
TIO3
TIO2
TIO1
TIO0
308
307
287
306
286
266
222
265
245
244
191
TIO10/MWEJ1
TIO9/SRASJ1
TIO8/SCASJ1
K
E
N
H E B B A J
A A O R H /
D D F ND O I
S S F AY L N
J J J J J D V
$
C
P
U
A
2
8
$
C
P
U
A
2
9
$
C
P
U
A
3
0
S
C H
M
A L H I
C M O I
A
H I C D T WC
E O K C MR T
J J J J J J J
2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2
1 0 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 1 1 1 1
3 0 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 8 5 6 7 8
C
A
D
V
J
/
C
A
A
4
J
H
C
L
K
I
N
1
5
0
C
A
D
S
J
/
C
A C GC
A C WO
3 S E E
J J J J
B
W
E
J
/
C
GT
C W
S E
J J
TH_DQ_VGA
U18
DQ
CLK/CONV#
RST#
GND
DS1620
1
2
3
4
$CPUD23
$CPUD22
$CPUD21
$CPUD20
$CPUD19
$CPUD18
$CPUD17
$CPUD16
$CPUD15
$CPUD14
$CPUD13
$CPUD12
$CPUD11
$CPUD10
$CPUD9
$CPUD8
$CPUD7
$CPUD6
$CPUD5
$CPUD4
$CPUD3
$CPUD2
$CPUD1
$CPUD0
VDD
THIGH
TLOW
TCOM
8
7
6
5
13
TH_COM_VGA
1
R97
100KR3
2
$TAG10
$TAG9
$TAG8
$TAG7
$TAG6
$TAG5
$TAG4
$TAG3
$TAG2
$TAG1
$TAG0
FOR CACHE & SDRAM
NOT AVAILABLE IN II
$TAG[0..7]
$TAG[0..7]
5
1521-27/A
2 2 2 3 2 3 2
6 8 8 0 4 0 6
3 3 4 4 3 5 4
$
C
P
U
A
3
1
$TWE#
$BWE#
$COE#
$GWE#
$CCS#
$CADS#
$CADV#
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
$CPUA[3..31]
$21CLK
1 $CPUADS#
1 $EADS#
1 $BOFF#
1 $NA#
1,8
$BRDY#
1 $AHOLD
1 $KEN#
1 $CACHE#
1 $MIO#
1 $HLOCK#
1 $DC#
$CPUADS#
$EADS#
$BOFF#
$NA#
$BRDY#
$AHOLD
$KEN#
$CACHE#
$MIO#
$HLOCK#
$DC#
$SMIACT#
$WR#
$HITM#
$21CLK
7
$SMIACT#
1
$WR#
$HITM#
1
1
ACER
TAIPEI TAIWAN R.O.C
Title
Size
A3
Date:
370P/J (M1521 CPU TO PCI BRIDGE)
Document Number
96149
February 12, 1997
REV
SC
Sheet
2
of
25
3.3V
6
MD[0..63]
MD[0..63]
M
D
3
7
MM
DD
3 3
6 5
M
D
3
4
M
D
3
3
M
D
3
2
M
D
3
1
M
D
3
0
M
D
2
9
M
D
2
8
MM
DD
2 2
7 6
M
D
2
5
M
D
2
4
MM
DD
2 2
3 2
M
D
2
1
M
D
2
0
MM
DD
1 1
9 8
M
D
1
7
M
D
1
6
MM
DD
1 1
5 4
M
D
1
3
M
D
1
2
M
D
1
1
MMMMMM MMMMM
D D D D DD D DD D D
1 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
0
+5V
1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
0 0 1 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 9 1 9 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2
5 6 9 1 2 7 8 0 3 4 4 4 5 4 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0
1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2
1 1 2 2 2 2
1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2
7 9 0 2 4 6 3 7 1 5 1 7 9 9 4 6 7 8 9 0 4 4 5 3 3 3 5 5 8 1 5 6 8 9 0 2 2 8
4 3 5 8 7 7 4 6 7 7 9 8 7 9 4 2 3 4 2 6 8 6 3 5 6 8 8 9 0 1 3 4 2 4 8 7 5 8
MD38
MD39
MD40
MD41
MD42
MD43
MD44
MD45
MD46
MD47
MD48
MD49
MD50
MD51
MD52
MD53
MD54
MD55
MD56
MD57
MD58
MD59
MD60
MD61
MD62
MD63
+5V
R95
MGNTJ
1
2
10KR3
R45
REQ#1
1
GNT#1
1
2
10KR3
R129
2
10KR3
7 32K2
163
152
112
98
60
20
77
56
75
54
268
226
207
195
183
172
154
143
100
79
40
39
18
37
16
55
MD38
MD39
MD40
MD41
MD42
MD43
MD44
MD45
MD46
MD47
MD48
MD49
MD50
MD51
MD52
MD53
MD54
MD55
MD56
MD57
MD58
MD59
MD60
MD61
MD62
MD63
133
123
142
113
132
124
134
122
MPD0
MPD1
MPD2
MPD3
MPD4
MPD5
MPD6
MPD7
285
32K
MMMMMMMMMMM MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM MMMMMMMMMM M
D D D D D D D DD D D D D DD D D D D D D D D D D DD D D DD D D D D D D D
3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
PCI & DRAM
M1521
M
M M
WM M M M
E A A A A MMMMMMMMA A
J A A B B A A A A A AA A 1 1
0 0 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1
2 2 2 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 2
1 6 2 8 4 0 8 6 4 2 8 4 0 0 6
9 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 3 2 2
MWEJ0
C
A
S
J
0
C
A
S
J
1
C
A
S
J
2
C
A
S
J
3
C
A
S
J
4
C
A
S
J
5
C
A
S
J
6
C
A
S
J
7
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
4 5 3 6 3 4 2 6
1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0
R
A
S
J
1
/
S
C
S
J
1
R
A
S
J
2
/
S
C
S
J
2
R
A
S
J
3
/
S
C
S
J
3
R
A
S
J
4
/
S
C
S
J
4
R
A
S
J
5
/
S
C
S
J
5
R
A
S
J
6
/
S
C
A
S
J
0
R
A
S
J
7
/
S
R
A
S
J
0
1 1 1 9 1 1 1 1
2 1 0 6 7 8 7 8
1 0 9 1 1 0 0
AD[0..31]
AD0
AD1
AD2
AD3
AD4
AD5
AD6
AD7
AD8
AD9
AD10
AD11
AD12
AD13
AD14
AD15
AD16
AD17
AD18
AD19
AD20
AD21
AD22
AD23
AD24
AD25
AD26
AD27
AD28
AD29
AD30
AD31
ALADDIN3
R
A
S
J
0
/
S
C
S
J
0
U0
3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 5 V V V VV V V V V V V V V V V
V V V V V V V VV V VS S S SS S S S S S S S S S S
S S S SS S S S S S S S S S S
CBEJ0
CBEJ1
CBEJ2
CBEJ3
M
R
E
Q
J
M
GP
N R
T I
J O
3 3 3
2 2 2
7 5 6
P
S H
R E L
S RP D
T RA A
J J R J
P
H
O
L
D
J
G
N
T
J
0
G
N
T
J
1
G
N
T
J
2
G
N
T
J
3
R
E
Q
J
0
R
E
Q
J
1
R
E
Q
J
2
R
E
Q
J
3
L
O
C
K
J
S
T
O
P
J
T
R
D
Y
J
I
R
D
Y
J
D
E
V
S
E
L
J
F
R
A
M
E
J
P
C
L
K
I
N
2 9 9 6 6 6 7 7 7 6 6 7 7 8 9 8 8 8 8 9
2 3 2 5 4 8 0 2 4 7 9 1 3 5 1 8 7 9 6 0
3
V V V V
S S S S
S S S S
3 3 3 3
2 2 2 2
1 2 3 4
15
14
33
13
52
32
12
51
11
50
30
10
49
29
9
48
47
27
7
46
26
6
45
25
66
44
24
4
23
3
22
2
AD0
AD1
AD2
AD3
AD4
AD5
AD6
AD7
AD8
AD9
AD10
AD11
AD12
AD13
AD14
AD15
AD16
AD17
AD18
AD19
AD20
AD21
AD22
AD23
AD24
AD25
AD26
AD27
AD28
AD29
AD30
AD31
31
28
8
5
CBE#0
CBE#1
CBE#2
CBE#3
AD[0..31]
RASJ2
RASJ1
RASJ0
MWEJ0
1
2
3
4
RASJ3
1
RAS#2
RAS#1
RAS#0
MWE#0
8
7
6
5
6
6
6
6
RAS#2
RAS#1
RAS#0
MWE#0
SRN10
R98
RAS#3
2
6
RAS#3
10R3
RP43
CASJ7
CASJ6
CASJ3
CASJ2
1
2
3
4
CASJ5
CASJ1
CASJ4
CASJ0
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
CAS#7
CAS#6
CAS#3
CAS#2
8
7
6
5
CAS#5
CAS#1
CAS#4
CAS#0
SRN10
RP41
6
CAS#[0..7]
SRN10
CBE#[0..3]
5
V
S
U
S
P
J
4,8,17,20,21,24
RP42
CBE#[0..3]
4,8,17,21
+5V
1
3
2
8
R99
10KR3
1521-27/B
2
+5V
RP14
GNT#3
REQ#3
SERR#
GNT#2
8 7 6 5
8 7 6 5
RP44
SRN10
6
6
6
MAA0
MAA1
MA[2..11]
6 MAB0
6 MAB1
MAA0
MAA1
1 2 3 4
MM
A A
2 3
RP46
SRN10
1 2 3 4
M MMM
A A A A
4 5 6 7
M
R
E
Q
J
8 7 6 5
RP45
SRN10
1
R110
10R3
1
R109
10R3
2
2
MA[2..11]
1 2 3 4
MMMM
A A AA
8 9 1 1
0 1
C
A
S
J
0
C
A
S
J
1
C
A
S
J
2
C
A
S
J
3
C
A
S
J
4
C
A
S
J
5
C
A
S
J
6
C
A
S
J
7
R
A
S
J
0
R
A
S
J
1
REMOVE BUS BRANCH:PRASJ[0..5]
R
A
S
J
2
R
A
S
J
3
M
G
N
T
J
1
2
3
4
5
+5V
FRAME#
DEVSEL#
IRDY#
TRDY#
STOP#
LOCK#
REQ#3
REQ#2
REQ#1
REQ#0
GNT#3
GNT#2
GNT#1
GNT#0
PHOLD#
PHLDA#
PAR
$P21CLK
7
FRAME#
DEVSEL#
IRDY#
TRDY#
STOP#
LOCK#
4,8,17,21
4,8,17,21
4,8,17,21
4,8,17,21
4,17,21
10
9
8
7
6
INTD#
INTC#
INTB#
INTA#
10
9
8
7
6
CBE#0
REQ#0
GNT#0
LOCK#
+5V
4,21
4
4
21
+5V
SRP4K7
RP16
TRDY#
IRDY#
FRAME#
INTD#
INTC#
INTB#
INTA#
1
2
3
4
5
SRP4K7
+5V
REQ#1
RP15
21
17,21
GNT#1
PERR#
21
+5V
PHOLD#
PHLDA#
PAR
STOP#
DEVSEL#
PERR#
REQ#2
1
2
3
4
5
10
9
8
7
6
CBE#1
CBE#3
CBE#2
SRP4K7
4,8,17,21
8 MREQJ
24 PCIRST#
4 SERR#
PCIRST#
SERR#
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Size
A3
Date:
370P/J (M1521 PART2)
Document Number
96149
February 12, 1997
REV
SC
Sheet
3
of
25
3.3V
8 $23STP#
$1523INTR
1 $IGNNE#
1 $A20M#
1 $FERR#
1,24
$CPURST
13 EXTSW#
1 $NMI
23 PWRGOOD
7 $ALA14M
8
IRQ8#
SIRQI
1
R12
10KR3
2
2
3
U
S
B
C
K
+5V
3.3V
16,24
24
SPKR
SPLED
2 1 1 1
5 0 5 2 0 7 4
3 8 6 0 5 2 0
SPKR
SPLED
63
64
3 V V V V V V
V C C C C C C
C C C C C C
SPKR
SPLED
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
100
101
102
103
106
107
108
109
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
67
68
69
70
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
81
91
99
110
65
66
71
AD31
AD30
AD29
AD28
AD27
AD26
AD25
AD24
AD23
AD22
AD21
AD20
AD19
AD18
AD17
AD16
AD15
AD14
AD13
AD12
AD11
AD10
AD9
AD8
AD7
AD6
AD5
AD4
AD3
AD2
AD1
AD0
INTAJ_MI
INTBJ_S0
INTCJ_S1
INTDJ_S2
FRAMEJ
IRDYJ
TRDYJ
DEVSELJ
STOPJ
SERRJ
PAR
CBEJ3
CBEJ2
CBEJ1
CBEJ0
PHLDAJ
PHOLDJ
PCICLK
14
VDD/VBAT
AD[0..31]
AD[0..31]
AD31
AD30
AD29
AD28
AD27
AD26
AD25
AD24
AD23
AD22
AD21
AD20
AD19
AD18
AD17
AD16
AD15
AD14
AD13
AD12
AD11
AD10
AD9
AD8
AD7
AD6
AD5
AD4
AD3
AD2
AD1
AD0
INTA#
INTB#
INTC#
INTD#
FRAME#
IRDY#
TRDY#
DEVSEL#
STOP#
SERR#
PAR
21 INTA#
3 INTB#
3 INTC#
3,21
INTD#
3,8,17,21
FRAME#
3,8,17,21
IRDY#
3,8,17,21
TRDY#
3,8,17,21
DEVSEL#
3,17,21
STOP#
3,17,21
SERR#
3,8,17,21
PAR
CBE#3
CBE#2
CBE#1
CBE#0
CBE#[0..3]
CBE#[0..3]
PHLDA#
PHOLD#
7 $P23CLK
PHLDA#
PHOLD#
$P23CLK
U
S
B
P
1
0
O
S
C
1
4
M
1 5 6 5 6 5 5 5
7 8 1 7 2 6 5 4
P N ER
WM X S
GI T T
SD
WR
/ V
A
P
I
C
R
E
Q
J
F
E
R
R
J
A
2
0
M
J
I I
GN
NT
NR
E
J
5 5 4
1 0 9
S
T
P
C
L
K
J
/
A
P
I
C
G
N
T
S
M
I
J
/
A
P
I
C
C
S
J
C
P
U
R
S
T
1 1 1 1
1 1 2 1
4 4 5 5 5 5
5 8 0 9
5 4 4 3 2 1 9 7 6 2 8 3 6 1
1 1
6 5
R
T
C
3
2
K
I
R
T
C
3
2
K
O
S
I
R
Q
I
I
/
I
R
Q
8
J
S
I
R
Q
I
M
S
C
L
K
K
B
D
A
T
A
K
B
C
L
K
/
K
B
C
S
J
K
B
I
N
H
/
I
R
Q
1
M1523
I
D
E
_
D
1
4
I
D
E
_
D
1
3
I
D
E
_
D
1
2
I
D
E
_
D
1
1
I
D
E
_
D
1
0
I
D
E
_
D
9
I
D
E
_
D
8
I
D
E
_
D
7
I
D
E
_
D
6
I
D
E
_
D
5
I
D
E
_
D
4
I
D
E
_
D
3
I
D
E
_
D
2
I
D
E
_
D
1
I I
D D
I
D I I E E
E D D I I
_ R R OO
D Q Q WR
0 0 1 J J
I
D
E
R
D
Y
I
D
A
K
J
0
I
D
A
K
J
1
I
D
E
_
A
1
I
D
E
_
A
2
I
D
E
_
A
0
I
D
E
P
C
S
1
J
I
D
E
P
C
S
3
J
I
D
E
S
C
S
1
J
D
S
D
1
4
D
S
D
1
3
D
S
D
1
2
D
S
D
1
1
D
S
D
1
0
D
S
D
9
D
S
D
8
D
S
D
7
D
S
D
6
D
S
D
5
D
S
D
4
D
S
D
3
D
S
D
2
D
S
D
1
D
S
D
0
L
A
2
2
L
A
2
1
L
A
2
0
L
A
1
9
L
A
1
8
L
A
1
7
S
A
1
S 6
A
1
7
S
A
1
5
S
A
1
4
S
A
1
3
S
A
1
2
S
A
1
1
14
14
IDE_DRQ0
IDE_DRQ1
IDEIOWJ
IDEIORJ
IDERDY
IDE_DACK0#
IDE_DACK1#
DSA1
13
13
9,13,24
+5V
13
R88
PULLL2
1
2
10KR3
169
160
159
173
172
27
24
180
178
176
174
47
48
204
184
28
32
36
25
189
166
186
30
34
38
202
200
198
196
194
164
11
13
155
22
20
171
170
168
167
165
163
162
161
42
41
39
37
35
33
31
29
5
4
3
MEMWJ
MEMRJ
IORJ
IOWJ
11,13
0WS#
13
IOCHK#
13,24
XDIR
AEN
11,13,15
IOCHRDY#
RTCAS
DACK#0
DACK#1
DACK#2
DACK#3
IRQ3
IRQ4
IRQ5
IRQ6
IRQ7
IRQ9
IRQ10
IRQ11
IRQ12
IRQ14
IRQ15
SD0
SD1
SD2
SD3
SD4
SD5
SD6
SD7
SD15
SD14
SD13
SD12
SD11
SD10
SD9
SD8
SA0
SA1
SA2
DRQ0
DRQ1
DRQ2
DRQ3
DRQ5
DRQ6
DRQ7
IRQ3
IRQ4
IRQ5
IRQ6
IRQ7
IRQ9
IRQ10
IRQ11
IRQ12
IRQ14
IRQ15
R49
23USBCK
1
11,13
2
10KR3
R169
9
PULLL3
11,15
11,15
11
15
2
10KR3
11,13,15
11,13,15
11,13
13,15
13
13
13
11,13,15,21
11,13,15,21
11,13,15,21
11,13,15,21
11,13,15,21
11,13,15,21
11,13,15,21
11,13,15,21
10,13,21
13,14,21
11,13,14
SD[0..15]
1
R91
IORJ
1
IOWJ
1
MEMRJ
1
2
IOR#
10,11,13,15,24
2
IOW#
10,11,13,15,24
2
MEMR#
9,13
2
MEMW#
9,13
33R3
R48
33R3
R223
33R3
R221
MEMWJ
1
33R3
9,10,11,13,15
M1523
S S S SS S S S
A A A AA A A A
1 9 8 7 6 5 4 3
0
SA[0..16]
LA[17..23]
14 IDE_DRQ0
14 IDE_DRQ1
14
IDEIOWJ
14
IDEIORJ
14 IDERDY
IDE_DACK0#
IDE_DACK1#
14
DSA1
10,24
13
I
D
E
S
C L L L L L L L S S S S S S S SS S
S A A A A A AA A A A A A A A AA A SS S S SS S
3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 AA A A AA A
J 3 2 1 0 9 8 7 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3
L
A
2
3
DSD[0..15]
KBCS#
10
IRQ1
IOCS16#
MEMCS16#
SBHE#
13
BALE
RTCROMCS#
SYSCLK
TC
11,24
REFRESH#
8
8
9
14
U32
I MS B RS T R
O1 B A T Y C E
1 6 H L CS F
6 J E E RC S
J J
O L H NOWSJ
M K J IOCHKJ
C
XDIR
S
AEN
J
IOCHRDYJ
MEMWJ
MEMRJ
IORJ
IOWJ
SMEMRJ/LMEGJ
SMEMWJ/RTCAS
DACKJ0/DMAACKJ
DACKJ1/DMAREQ
DACKJ2/DACKOJ
DACKJ3/PCSJ
DACKJ5/DAK_SEL0
DACKJ6/DAK_SEL1
DACKJ7/DAK_SEL2
DREQ0
DREQ1
DREQ2
DREQ3
DREQ5
DREQ6
DREQ7
IRQ3
IRQ4
IRQ5
IRQ6
IRQ7
IRQ9
IRQ10
IRQ11
IRQ12/MDATA
IRQ14
IRQ15
XD0
XD1
XD2
XD3
XD4
XD5
XD6
XD7
SD15
SD14
SD13
SD12
SD11
SD10
SD9
SD8
SA0
SA1
SA2
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2
3 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 8 0 2 8 9 1 3 7 7 7 8 8 8 8 9 9 9 9 9 9 0 0 0 0
5 2 0 8 6 4 2 9 1 3 5 7 9 1 3 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0
5 7 9 1 5 7 8 0 2 3 5 7 9 1 3 5 7
D
S
D
1
5
DSD[0..15]
U
S
B
P
1
1
4
3
PCI-ISA BRIDGE
&
IDE
C175
SCD1U
14
U
S
B
C
L
K
SBHE#
BALE
RTCROMCS#
SYSCLK
TC
REFRESH#
2
4 6 5
6 0 9
VV V V V V VV
SS S S S S SS
SS S S S S SS
P
U
L
L
L
2
ALADDIN3
I
D
E
_
D
1
5
3.3V
1 1 1 1
8 5 3 0 8 5 2
2 7 4 4 2 2 6 1
1
KBCS#
IRQ1
P
U
L
L
R11 L
4K7R3 3
$1523SMI#
$1523INIT
IRQ8#
SIRQI
IDESCS3J
IDESCS1J
IDEPCS3J
IDEPCS1J
DSA0
DSA2
SA17
13
13
SA18
13
SA19
LA[17..23]
SA[0..16]
8,9,10,11,13,15
13
ACER
IDESCS3J
IDESCS1J
IDEPCS3J
IDEPCS1J
DSA0
DSA2
14
14
14
14
14
14
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Title
370P/J (M1523 PCI TO ISA & IDE CONTROLLER)
Size
Document Number
A3
96149
Date:
February 12, 1997
REV
SC
Sheet
4
of
25
## ADD CX1,CX2,CX7,CX8,CX9
1 $BE#[0..7]
3.3V
3.3V
CX9
SCD1U
CX1
SCD1U
4 1 6 9 1 2 2 5 6 7 7
1 5 5 1 4 1 0 7 4 1 0 7
$CADV#
$CPUADS#
$CADS#
$L2CLK2
$CCS#
CS2
7 $L2CLK2
2 $CPUA[3..17]
$BE#0
$BE#1
$BE#2
$BE#3
$COE#
$CPUA3
$CPUA4
$CPUA5
$CPUA6
$CPUA7
$CPUA8
$CPUA9
$CPUA10
$CPUA11
$CPUA12
$CPUA13
$CPUA14
$CPUA15
$CPUA16
$CPUA17
FTNC
$C_MODE
R218
2 $CPUA18
1
2
DUMMY-R3
83
84
85
89
98
97
92
93
94
95
96
86
37
36
35
34
33
32
100
99
82
81
44
45
46
47
48
14
1
16
42
38
31
43
49
50
30
39
V V
D D
ADV#
D D
ADSP#
ADSC#
CLK
CS1#
CS2
CS2#
WEA
WEB
WEC
WED
OE#
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
FT/NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
MODE
NC
NC(64K32_A15)
NC
NC V V V V
NC S S S S
S S S S
3.3V
3.3V
CX2
SCD1U
CX7
SCD1U
CX8
SCD1U
4 1 6 9 1 2 2 5 6 7 7
1 5 5 1 4 1 0 7 4 1 0 7
U49
V V V V V V VV V V
D D D D D D D D D D DQ1
D D D D D D D D D D DQ2
QQQQQQ QQ
DQ3
DQ4
DQ5
DQ6
DQ7
DQ8
DQ9
DQ10
DQ11
DQ12
DQ13
DQ14
DQ15
DQ16
DQ17
DQ18
DQ19
DQ20
DQ21
DQ22
DQ23
DQ24
DQ25
DQ26
DQ27
DQ28
DQ29
DQ30
DQ31
DQ32
NC
NC
NC
NC/ZZ
V V V V V V VV
BWE#
S S S S S S SS
GW#
S S S S S S SS
QQQQQQQQ
52
53
56
57
58
59
62
63
68
69
72
73
74
75
78
79
2
3
6
7
8
9
12
13
18
19
22
23
24
25
28
29
51
80
66
64
87
88
$CPUD0
$CPUD1
$CPUD2
$CPUD3
$CPUD4
$CPUD5
$CPUD6
$CPUD7
$CPUD8
$CPUD9
$CPUD10
$CPUD11
$CPUD12
$CPUD13
$CPUD14
$CPUD15
$CPUD16
$CPUD17
$CPUD18
$CPUD19
$CPUD20
$CPUD21
$CPUD22
$CPUD23
$CPUD24
$CPUD25
$CPUD26
$CPUD27
$CPUD28
$CPUD29
$CPUD30
$CPUD31
$CADV#
$CPUADS#
$CADS#
$L2CLK1
$CCS#
CS2
2 $CADV#
1 $CPUADS#
2 $CADS#
7 $L2CLK1
2 $CCS#
83
84
85
89
98
97
92
93
94
95
96
86
37
36
35
34
33
32
100
99
82
81
44
45
46
47
48
14
1
16
42
38
31
43
49
50
30
39
$BE#4
$BE#5
$BE#6
$BE#7
$COE#
$CPUA3
$CPUA4
$CPUA5
$CPUA6
$CPUA7
$CPUA8
$CPUA9
$CPUA10
$CPUA11
$CPUA12
$CPUA13
$CPUA14
$CPUA15
$CPUA16
$CPUA17
FTNC
2 $COE#
$C_MODE
R219
$CPUA18
$H_ZZ
$BWE#
$GWE#
1
2
DUMMY-R3
VV
DD
ADV#
DD
ADSP#
ADSC#
CLK
CS1#
CS2
CS2#
WEA
WEB
WEC
WED
OE#
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
FT/NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
MODE
NC
NC(64K32_A15)
NC
NC V V V V
NC S S S S
SS SS
S32K32-07
1 6 4 9 1 2 2 5 6 7 7
7 7 0 0 5 0 1 6 5 0 1 6
V V V V V V V V V V
D D D D D D D D D D DQ1
D D D D D D D D D D DQ2
QQQQQQQQ
DQ3
DQ4
DQ5
DQ6
DQ7
DQ8
DQ9
DQ10
DQ11
DQ12
DQ13
DQ14
DQ15
DQ16
DQ17
DQ18
DQ19
DQ20
DQ21
DQ22
DQ23
DQ24
DQ25
DQ26
DQ27
DQ28
DQ29
DQ30
DQ31
DQ32
NC
NC
NC
NC/ZZ
V V V V V V V V
BWE#
S S S S S S S S
GW#
S S S S S S S S
QQQQQQQQ
1 6 4 9 1 2 2 5 6 7 7
7 7 0 0 5 0 1 6 5 0 1 6
U51
$CPUD32
$CPUD33
$CPUD34
$CPUD35
$CPUD36
$CPUD37
$CPUD38
$CPUD39
$CPUD40
$CPUD41
$CPUD42
$CPUD43
$CPUD44
$CPUD45
$CPUD46
$CPUD47
$CPUD48
$CPUD49
$CPUD50
$CPUD51
$CPUD52
$CPUD53
$CPUD54
$CPUD55
$CPUD56
$CPUD57
$CPUD58
$CPUD59
$CPUD60
$CPUD61
$CPUD62
$CPUD63
52
53
56
57
58
59
62
63
68
69
72
73
74
75
78
79
2
3
6
7
8
9
12
13
18
19
22
23
24
25
28
29
51
80
66
64
87
88
$H_ZZ
$BWE#
$GWE#
$BWE#
$GWE#
2
2
S32K32-07
$CPUD[0..63]
3.3V
$TAG[0..7]
R220
1
2
0R3
$CPUA5
$CPUA6
$CPUA7
$CPUA8
$CPUA9
$CPUA10
$CPUA11
$CPUA12
$CPUA17
$CPUA13
$CPUA14
$CPUA16
$CPUA15
1
26
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
25
24
23
21
U50
VCC
A14
D7
A13
D6
A0
D5
A1
D4
A2
D3
A3
D2
A4
D1
A5
A6
D0
A7
A12
A8
CS1*
A9
OE*
A11
WE*
A10
GND
S32K8-15
3.3V
2
1,2
R212
1
2
CS2
10KR3
28
19
18
17
16
15
13
12
11
20
22
27
14
$TAG7
$TAG6
$TAG5
$TAG4
$TAG3
$TAG2
$TAG1
$TAG0
3.3V
R216
1
$C_MODE
2
100KR3
MODIFICATION:
$C_MODE PULLED UP TO 100K
PULL UP: PENTIUM BURST MODE
PULL LOW: CYRIX LINEAR BURST MODE
$AMSTATE#
$TWE#
2
R100
$H_ZZ
1
2
$AMSTATE#
$AMSTATE#
8
DUMMY-R3
ACER
3.3V
TAIPEI TAIWAN R.O.C
R210
1
2
FTNC
Title
370P/J (256KB CACHE)
10KR3
Size
A3
Date:
Document Number
REV
SC
96149
February 12, 1997
Sheet
5
of
25
3.3V
3.3V
CN21
145
3.3V
MD0
MD1
MD2
MD3
C271
SC4D7U16V6ZY
C225
SCD1U
C261
SC4D7U16V6ZY
C186
SCD1U
C224
SCD1U
C234
SCD1U
C244
SCD1U
MD4
MD5
MD6
MD7
MA[2..11]
3 MA[2..11]
3
C268
SC4D7U16V6ZY
3.3V
MD[0..63]
MD[0..63]
CAS#0
CAS#1
CN20
145
MD0
MD1
MD2
MD3
MD4
MD5
MD6
MD7
CAS#0
CAS#1
3 MAA0
3 MAA1
MAA0
MAA1
MA2
MD8
MD9
MD10
MD11
MD12
MD13
MD14
MD15
MWE#0
3 RAS#0
3 RAS#1
MD16
MD17
MD18
MD19
MD20
MD21
MD22
MD23
MA6
MA8
MA9
MA10
CAS#2
CAS#3
MD24
MD25
MD26
MD27
MD28
MD29
MD30
MD31
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
41
43
45
47
49
51
53
55
57
59
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
52
54
56
58
60
61
63
65
67
69
71
73
75
77
79
81
83
85
87
89
91
93
95
97
99
101
103
105
107
109
111
113
115
117
119
121
123
125
127
129
131
133
135
137
139
141
143
62
64
66
68
70
72
74
76
78
80
82
84
86
88
90
92
94
96
98
100
102
104
106
108
110
112
114
116
118
120
122
124
126
128
130
132
134
136
138
140
142
144
MD32
MD33
MD34
MD35
C107
SCD1U
C241
SCD1U
3 MAB0
3 MAB1
MD8
MD9
MD10
MD11
3.3V
MD36
MD37
MD38
MD39
CX25
SCD1U
CAS#4
CAS#5
MAB0
MAB1
MA2
CX26
SCD1U
CX27
SCD1U
MD12
MD13
MD14
MD15
CX28
SCD1U
## ADD NEW COMPONENT
MA3
MA4
MA5
MD40
MD41
MD42
MD43
3 MWE#0
3 RAS#2
3 RAS#3
MWE#0
MD44
MD45
MD46
MD47
MD16
MD17
MD18
MD19
MD20
MD21
MD22
MD23
MA6
MA8
MA9
MA10
CAS#2
CAS#3
MD48
MD49
MD50
MD51
MD24
MD25
MD26
MD27
MD52
MD53
MD54
MD55
MD28
MD29
MD30
MD31
MA7
MA11
CAS#6
CAS#7
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
52
54
56
58
60
61
63
65
67
69
71
73
75
77
79
81
83
85
87
89
91
93
95
97
99
101
103
105
107
109
111
113
115
117
119
121
123
125
127
129
131
133
135
137
139
141
143
62
64
66
68
70
72
74
76
78
80
82
84
86
88
90
92
94
96
98
100
102
104
106
108
110
112
114
116
118
120
122
124
126
128
130
132
134
136
138
140
142
144
MD32
MD33
MD34
MD35
MD36
MD37
MD38
MD39
CAS#4
CAS#5
MA3
MA4
MA5
MD40
MD41
MD42
MD43
MD44
MD45
MD46
MD47
MD48
MD49
MD50
MD51
MD52
MD53
MD54
MD55
MA7
MA11
CAS#6
CAS#7
MD56
MD57
MD58
MD59
MD60
MD61
MD62
MD63
146
3.3V
SDIMM144
MD56
MD57
MD58
MD59
MD60
MD61
MD62
MD63
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
41
43
45
47
49
51
53
55
57
59
C260
SC4D7U16V6ZY
C257
SCD1U
C130
SC10U16V
C259
SCD1U
C270
SCD1U
C272
SCD1U
3.3V
C264
SCD1U
C269
SCD1U
146
SDIMM144
3 CAS#[0..7]
CAS#[0..7]
ACER
TAIPEI TAIWAN R.O.C
Title
370P/J (DIMM SOCKET)
Size
A3
Date:
Document Number
REV
SC
96149
February 12, 1997
Sheet
6
of
25
3.3V
3.3V
1
1
R180
22KR3
R179
22KR3
3.3V
2
3.3V
2
1
SW3
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
FOR CY2263
1
R105
10KR3
2
2
R106
10KR3
FS1
FS0
$BF1
$BF0
$BF1
S0 S1 CLOCK
$BF2
1
1
0
0
0 0 50MHZ
0 1 60MHZ
1 0 66.6MHZ
1 1 33MHZ
1
0
1
0
+5V
1.5X
2X
3X
2.5X
+5V
KHS04
+5V
14
2
VCC
D
3
CLK
KBD14M
7
3.3V
GND
5
1
2
CLK7M
10
33R3
14
12
VCC
D
11
CLK
6
Q
C
L
1
0
R192
Q
P
R
+5V
U47A
4
7
GND
C
L
Q
C87
SC10U16V
MLB321611
C101
SC100P
C99
SCD1U
C85
SCD1U
C86
SCD1U
C100
SCD1U
+5V
+5V
1
2
33R3
CLK4M
8
##
8
SSHCT74
+5V
1
U41D
1
4
INVAPMSEL0
9
1
3
1
2
R201
Q
SSHCT74
L8
1
U47B
P
R
9
R59
0R3
8
2
C83
1
8
14
26
32
2
3
5
19
18
15
16
4
11
20
23
29
3 2
SSHCT04
7
SC10P
X2
XTAL4P-14.318MHZ
C84
4 1
SC10P 8 $AMSTATE
3.3V
1
4
FS1
1
2
$AMSTATE
U34A
3
3.3V
SSLVC125
7
FS0
U34B
1
4
4
5
U39
VDD
VDD
VDD
VDD
VDD
XIN
XOUT
CPUEN1
CPU-PCIEN
SEL
S1
S0
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
CY2263
R92
CPU0
CPU1
CPU2
CPU3
CPU4
CPU5
CPU6
PCI0
PCI1
PCI2
PCI3
PCI4
EPCI
USB-CLK
IOCLK
REF0
REF1
6
7
9
10
12
13
17
21
22
24
25
27
28
30
31
34
33
R90
1
1
2
1
SSLVC125
2
1
2
1
2
1
33R3
R63
33R3
1
2
R67
1
$CPUCLK
$L2CLK1
$L2CLK2
1
5
5
33R3
2
R60
33R3 2
R62
33R3 1
2
$21CLK
$P21CLK
$P23CLK
$VGACLK
$CARDCLK
$P7101CLK
2
3
4
17
33R3
21
8
33R3
2
$P24M
R167
1
2
$AUDIO14M
2
$ALA14M
11
15
33R3
R163
RX9
22KR3
2
2
R87
R61
R64
1
1
1
RX8
22KR3
R89
1
33R3
6
7
2
33R3
33R3
4
33R3
R68
1
3.3V
2
33R3
$G14.318M
17
KBD14M
R166
1
C105
SC47P
2
33R3
R96
1
+5V
2
2 1
2MR5
C223
SCD1U
X3
CAN32768
+5V
1
4
U19C
7
SSHC14
5
6
1
4
U19A
7
SSHC14
1
4
U19D
7
SSHC14
1
3 4
2
## REMOVE R65,R178,R182,R181,R66 PAD
+5V
9
32K1
8
32K1
8
32K2
3,17
+5V
1
4
U19B
7
SSHC14
3
4
32K2
ACER
TAIPEI TAIWAN R.O.C
Title
Size
A3
Date:
370P/J (CY2263 CLOCK GENERATOR)
Document Number
96149
February 12, 1997
REV
SC
Sheet
7
of
25
+5V
+5V
3.3V
U43C
1
4
1
4
LLED#
VR_U/D#
19
BLVR#
19
$7101STP#
U26B
+5V
4
5
6
3.3V
1
TH_DQ_VGA
23
PWR_SW#
2
TH_COM
24
EXCACD#
9,13
XSA17
9,13
XSA16
4
SA16
TPX2
TP-1
8
9
## REMOVE U15 PAD, CIRUIT MODIFY
AD24
AD25
AD26
AD27
AD28
AD29
AD30
AD31
3
4
7
8
13
14
17
18
GPIOWF1
1
11
U36
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
Q0
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
OC VCC
G
GND
SSHCT373
2
5
6
9
12
15
16
19
ID_CLK
FLASH_ON
3_MODE
TH_CLK
TH_RST#
DISABLELED
ENAUDIO
AD0
AD1
AD2
AD3
AD4
AD5
AD6
AD7
AD8
AD9
AD10
AD11
AD12
AD13
AD14
AD15
AD16
AD17
AD18
AD19
AD20
AD21
AD22
AD23
AD24
AD25
AD26
AD27
AD28
AD29
AD30
AD31
19
9,13
12,14
2
2
16
16
+5V
20
10
+5V
RP12
FDDIN#
LIB/MH#
12 FDDIN#
23 LIB/MH#
3
MREQJ
+5V
1
2
3
4
5
10
9
8
7
6
GPIORF1#
HOTKEY#
VSW1
VSW33,4,17,20,21,24
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
28
27
25
24
23
22
21
20
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
98
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
P
C
I
C
L
K
AD00
AD01
AD02
AD03
AD04
AD05
AD06
AD07
AD08
AD09
AD10
AD11
AD12
AD13
AD14
AD15
AD16
AD17
AD18
AD19
AD20
AD21
AD22
AD23
AD24
AD25
AD26
AD27
AD28
AD29
AD30
AD31
V VV
D DD
D DD
5 5 5
1
0 2
0 6
V V
D D
D D
3 3
I
R
D
Y
J
T
R
D
Y
J
D
E
V
S
E
L
J
C
B
E
J
0
C
B
E
J
1
C
B
E
J
2
C
B
EP
J A
3 R
S
U
S
R
S
T
1 1 1 1 2 1 1 9 1
2 3 4 5 9 7 0 9 6
V V V V V
S S S S S
S S S S S
G
P
I
O
C
7
(
V
C
S
J
)
G
P
I
O
C
6
(
S
E
T
U
P
)
GG
P P
I I
OO
C C
5 4
( (
E E
X J
T E
S C
WT
) J
)
G
P
I
O
C
3
(
D
O
C
K
J
)
G
P
I
O
C
2
G
P
I
O
C
1
P
H S
W
OU
R C
T S
GO
K T V
OV R E A D
OS R T Y T D
D WI C J E S
1
G
P
I
O
C
0
88
85
87
86
84
83
82
81
1
2
GPIOA7
(SPKR)GPIOA6
GPIOA5
GPIOA4
GPIOA3
GPIOA2
GPIOA1
GPIOA0
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
1
TH_DQ
BDATA
BATCNTL
ID_DATA
DISABLE
GPIOWF1
GPIORF1#
32K1
32K1
STANDBY#
1
ID_DATA
1
13
19
23 1
10KR3
VEEVR#
2
20
+5V
20
STANDBY#
12
AAPMSEL0
13
11
+5V
HOTKEY#
2
U43B
1
4
6
23
23
4
VSW1
19
5
VSW3
19
SSHCT08
7
23
23
+5V
10
IRQ8#
U43D
1
4
12
$1523INTR
IRQ8#
11
INVAPMSEL0
SSHCT32
7
RX7
10KR3
+5V
16
11,13
U5D
1
4
17
16
BT_SENSE
6377_BIU#
6377_BBL2#
6377_BBL1#
19
VEEVR#
0R3
M7101
SLED
DRQ2
2
R93
20,24
1
LLED#
2
10KR3
R187
7
PHOLD#
DISPLAY
ENBL
ENAVEE
SPKR_OFF
2
47KR3
R194
13
GPIORF1#
AAPMSEL0
DISPLAY
ENBL
1
2
CCINTR
11
13
19
CCINTR
SSHCT08
7
9
3.3V
## ADD RX3 , CIRUIT MODIFY
1
4
U13B
4
CLOSE TO U34
+5V
AMSTATE
5
6
1
PWRGOOD
2
HDD+5V
$7NDSTP#
3.3V
1
4
3.3V
C88
SCD1U
5
U41C
6
7
SSHCT04
1
4
12
1
3
U13D
11
7
7 CLK4M
$AMSTATE#
5
U54A
4
SOLCX125M
+5V
C91
SCD1U
14
12
7
$AMSTATE
47R3
7
1
0
HDD+5V
R58
C89
SCD1U
19
PLED#
7 SSHC14
4K7R3
C90
SCD1U
2
R183
## CIRUIT MODIFY
4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 5
7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5
10
1
PWR_SW#
TPX5
TP-1
17
STANDBY#
4
4
4
1 U38E
4
SSHCT08
7
8
SSHC125
1
2
$BRDY#
$1523INIT
$1523SMI#
$1523INTR
$7101STP#
3
2
9
7
62
61
60
58
57
56
2
21 RING_OUT#
4K7R3
R195
LLED#
$7NDSTP#
AMSTATE
$CPUINIT
HOTKEY#
1
11 RI1#
R122
+5V
U43A
1
4
U26C
1
0
+5V
GPIOB7
GPIOB6
GPIOB5
GPIOB4
GPIOB3
GPIOB2
GPIOB1
GPIOB0
+5V
4K7R3
R193
16
DISPLED#
1
4
U20
+5V
2
1
$STPCLK#
47R3
SOLCX125M
7
2
S
A
P
L C
S SK
L L P P C D L QC
B B W S R R E WT
J J R 2 T QD OL
3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4
9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6
C
P O
WV
R E
G R
O _
O S
D W
FRAME#
IRDY#
TRDY#
DEVSEL#
CBE#0
CBE#1
CBE#2
CBE#3
PAR
CLOSE TO U34
R107
1
2
8
470R3
8 7 7 7 7 7 7 7
0 9 8 7 5 4 3 2
9 6 3 1
0 3 8 9 1
23 PWRGOOD
20 COVER_SW
R196
LLED#
S
M
I
J
F
R
A
M
E
J
AD[0..31]
3,4,21
3,4,21
3,4,21
3,4,21
3,4,21
3,4,21
3,4,21
3,4,21
3,4,17,21
(M71XX CONFIGURATION)
ENBL
7 5 1
6 9 1
CLK32
SEL1
SEL0
DISPLAY
CCFT
FPVEE
SRP10K
DISPLAY
1
8
U13C
1
0
+5V
STANDBY#
TH_DQ_VGA
PWR_SW#
TH_COM
EXCACD#
$CPUSMI#
1
4
9
SSHCT08
7
16
LED#
7 $P7101CLK
TPX1
TP-1
8
10
4 $23STP#
SSHC125
7
9
14
2
VCC
D
3
CLK
7
GND
P
R
C
L
CLK4M
Q
Q
5
11
CLK
7
GND
U54B
P
R
Q
C
L
Q
6
$7101STP#
9
8
SSHCT74
1
3
RX3
SSHCT74
1
1
2
DUMMY-R3
SOLCX125M
U54 WILL NOT BE INSTALL.
RX3 MUST BE INSTALL.
VCC
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Size
A3
Date:
Document Number
REV
SC
96149
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Sheet
8
of
25
+5V
+5V
1
SB: ADD DUMMY RESISTER TO
U40 PIN 22
R35
10KR3
SD[0..7]
2
23 PWRGOOD#
4 RTCAS
24 RTCRW
24 RTCDS
PWRGOOD#
RTCAS
RTCRW
RTCDS
G1
1
2
GAP-OPEN
1
BT1
BH-12
U27
VCC
CS$
AS
R/W$
DS
RST$
RCL$
EXTRAM
BC
X1
3
X2
AD7
AD6
AD5
AD4
AD3
AD2
AD1
AD0
INT$
SQW
MOT
VSS
VSS
4,10,11,13,15
SD[0..7]
+5V
SD7
SD6
SD5
SD4
SD3
SD2
SD1
SD0
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
19
23
1
12
16
1
R9
10KR3
2
DX2
2
IRQ8#
1
IRQ8#
S1N4148
BQ3285E
CX30
SC3P50V3KN
CX31
X1
SC3P50V3KN
1
2
2
24
13
14
15
17
18
21
22
20
2
4,8
RTCIRQ8#
TPX3
TP-1
XTAL-32.768KHZ
HDD+5V
C265
SCD1U
4 SA[0..15]
U52
SA0
SA1
SA2
SA3
SA4
SA5
SA6
SA7
SA8
SA9
SA10
SA11
SA12
SA13
SA14
SA15
+5V
1
4
4 RTCROMCS#
13 DISROM
RTCROMCS#
9
DISROM
10
U45C
8
8 XSA16
8 XSA17
4 MEMR#
7
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
3
2
31
1
12
4
5
11
10
30
32
MEMR#
SSHCT32
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
CE
OE
28F020-1
VCC
8
21
22
23
25
26
27
28
29
SD0
SD1
SD2
SD3
SD4
SD5
SD6
SD7
WE#
7
MEMW#
VSS
24
VPP
A17
9
6
DQ0
DQ1
DQ2
DQ3
DQ4
DQ5
DQ6
DQ7
MEMW#
4
BIOSVPP
C266
SCD1U
3
Q8
S2N3906
2
BIOSCE#
1
U52 IS TSOP PACKAGE,
MUST BE INSTALL.
+12V
1
R222
10KR3
2
3
8 FLASH_ON
FLASH_ON
Q9
RN1424
2
1
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A3
Date:
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Document Number
96149
February 12, 1997
REV
SC
Sheet
9
of
25
+5V
+5V
4,9,11,13,15
+5V
K
C
O
L
1
SD[0..7]
SD[0..7]
+5V
1
2
3
4
5
10
9
8
7
6
K
C
O
L
3
K
C
O
L
4
K
C
O
L
5
K
C
O
L
6
K
C
O
L
7
K
C
O
L
8
K
C
O
L
9
K
C
O
L
1
0
K
C
O
L
1
1
K
C
O
L
1
2
K
C
O
L
1
3
K
C
O
L
1
4
K
C
O
L
1
5
K
C
O
L
1
6
RP17
MCLK
MDATA
XCLK
XDATA
+5V
4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3
RP34
KROW1
KROW2
KROW3
KROW4
K
C
O
L
2
KROW8
KROW7
KROW6
KROW5
KROW4
KROW3
KROW2
KROW1
KROW5
KROW6
KROW7
KROW8
SRP10K
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
TDATA
TCLK
SD7
SD6
SD5
SD4
SD3
P37
P36
P35
P34
P33
P32
P31
P30
VCC
P61/CNTR0
P60/INT5/OBF2
DQ7
DQ6
DQ5
DQ4
DQ3
P P P P P P PP P PP P P PP P
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
P
5
3
/
S
R
D D D WR C D
QQQR D S AY
2 1 0 # # # 0 #
P
5
2
/
S
C
L
K
P
5
1
/
T
X
D
P
5
0
/
R
X
D
P
4
7
/
I
N
T
4
P
4
6
/
I
N
T
3
P
4
5
/
I
B
F
0
#
/
O
B
F
1
P
4
4
/
O
B
F
0
U16
P41/INT0
P
RESET#
4
CNVSS
3
/ P42/INT1
I
N
T
2
10
9
8
7
6
SW2
1
2
3
4
SRP10K
HOTKEY#
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
P20
P21
P22
P23
P24
P25
P26
P27
VSS
XOUT
XIN
P40
KHS04
8
HOTKEY#
8
7
6
5
16
16
16
CLLED#
NLLED#
SLLED#
CLK7M
TRACKSTICK CONN
7
+5V
+5V
ST+5VA
PCIRST#
XDATA
+5V
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
R74
10KR3
2
XCLK
IRQ1
IRQ12
IOW#
IOR#
4
IRQ1
IRQ12
R215
10KR3
+5V
CN19
M38802M2
SD2
SD1
SD0
1
24
1
1 1 1 1 1 1 1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6
4 IOW#
4 IOR#
4 KBCS#
4 SA2
7 FS1
7 FS0
7 $BF1
7 $BF0
1
2
3
4
5
4
Y-COOD
X-COOD
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
2
1
R197
10KR3
STCLOCK
2
TDATA
TCLK
MOLEX-CON10-2
C231
SC47P
SA2
C255
SC47P
CX40
SC4D7U16V6ZY
MDATA
MCLK
ST+5VA
CX41
C229
SCD1U
SC1U16V5JX
CN15
+5V
SW1
1
L5
2
1
SPOLY100-1
1
2
1
2
1
R113
1
150R3
1
R112 150R3
2
2
L4
12
5
3
1
2
4
6
L2
2
150R3
XDATA
XCLK
L1
1
MLB321611
R123
MDATA
CN1
8
150R3
R1
MCLK
2
MLB321611
MLB321611
KCOL16
KCOL15
KCOL14
KCOL13
KCOL12
KCOL11
KCOL10
KCOL9
KCOL8
KCOL7
KCOL6
KCOL5
Y-COOD
X-COOD
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
KCOL4
KCOL3
KCOL2
KCOL1
KROW8
KROW7
KROW6
KROW5
KROW4
KROW3
KROW2
KROW1
STCLOCK
MOLEX-CONN30E
2
MLB321611
L3
1
7
MINDIN6
2
KB BD CONN.
MLB321611
C167
SC47P
C133
SC47P
C168
SC47P
C166
SC47P
C132
SC4D7U16V6ZY
C160
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A3
Date:
370P/J (KB CONTROLLER)
Document Number
96149
February 12, 1997
REV
SC
Sheet
10
of
25
+5V
+5V
SB: CHANGE MAX213 TO MAX3243
C164
C163
12
SOUT1
RTS1#
DTR1#
P PP P
D DD D
4 5 6 7
ACK#
BUSYP
PE
SLCT
STROB#
IRQ[3..7]
I I
R R
QQ
3 4
+5V
24 RSTDRV
4 TC
7 $P24M
SD7
SD6
SD5
SD4
SD3
SD2
SD1
SD0
4 IOW#
4 IOR#
4 AEN
4,9,10,13,15
I I I
R R R
QQQ
5 6 7
1
0 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 7 7 7 7
0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 9 8 7 6
4,13
0WS#
4,8
DRQ2
4 DACK#2
SA9
SA8
SA7
SA6
SA5
SA4
SA3
SD[0..7]
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
28
24
1
2
14
13
12
20
19
18
17
16
15
23
22
21
SCD1U
PD[0..7]
P P PP
D D DD
0 1 2 3
4
SCD1U
MI I V I I I S P P P P V P P P P
R R R D R RR T D D D D S D D D D
QQ D QQQB 0 1 2 3 S 4 5 6 7
3 4 C 5 6 7 / / / / / D / / / /
/
WI T WR D M D M
A
R N R P D S S R S
CS1/ZWS
D
I D K A K E A E
DRQ2
R
T E O T C N T N
DACK2
E X
A H 0 E 1
A
T
G 0
TC
E
X1/OSC
0
X2
VSSC
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
WR
RD
AEN
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
D
S
K
A C
A A A 1 H
2 1 0 0 G
D
R
Q
1
H
D
S
E
L
R
D T
A R
T WK
A P O
WW
GD S V
A A T D S
T T E I S
E A P R B
A
C
K
/
D
R
1
B
U
S
Y
/
W
A
I
T
/
M
T
R
1
M
T
R
1 D
R
/
I
1 M
D D / T
L R PR
E 0 D0
P S S
E L L
/ C I
WT N
D / /
A WS
T GT
A A E
T P
E /
A
S
T
R
B
I
N
D
E
X
D
E
N
S
E
L
/
A
D
R
A
T
E
1
D
R
V
2
/
P
N
F
/
D
R
2
3
/
S
I
R
Q
1
3
I
N
I
T
/
D
I
R
V
D
D
B
E
R
R
/
H
D
S
E
L
D
R
A
T
E
1
/
M
S
E
N
1
/
C
S
0
/
S
R
I
Q
1
2
A
F
D
/
D
S
T
R
B
/
D
E
N
S
E
L
D
R
A
T
E
0
/
M
S
E
N
0
BUSYP
12
8
RI1#
SIN1
DSR1#
CTS1#
RI1#
DCD1#
SLCTIN#
INIT#
ERROR#
AUTOFD#
U2
C1+
C1C2+
C2T1IN
T2IN
T3IN
R2OUTB
R1OUT
R2OUT
R3OUT
R4OUT
R5OUT
FORCEON
FORCEOFF#
INVALID#
MAX3243
DSKCHG
4 DRQ1
12,14
HDSEL
14 RDATA#
12,14
WRTPRT#
12,14
TRK0#
WGATE#
12,14
14
WDATA#
12,14
STEP#
12,14
FDIR
SCD1U
PSOUT1
PRTS1#
PDTR1#
PSIN1
PDSR1#
PCTS1#
PRI1#
PDCD1#
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
25
GND
RTS1/BADDRO
SOUT1/BOUT1/BOUT1/BADDR1
DCD1
DSR1
SIN1
CTS1
DTR1/CFG1
RI1
DCD2/A15
DSR2/IRRX2/IRQ12
SIN2/IRRX1
RTS2/A14
SOUT2/BOUT2/CFG0/IIRTX
CTS2/A13
DTR2/A12
R12/A11
VSSE
IRQ15/SIRQI1
IRQ11
IRQ10
IRQ9
DRQ0
DACK0
DACK1
IOCHRDY
75
74
73
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
DCD1#
DSR1#
SIN1
RTS1#
SOUT1
CTS1#
DTR1#
RI1#
SA15
SA14
SOUT2
SA13
SA12
SA11
IRQ15
IRQ11
IRQ10
IRQ9
DRQ0
DACK#0
DACK#1
IOCHRDY#
4
4
4,13
4
4
SA[11..15]
4
4
4
4
+5V
87336Q
R141
1
MTR0#
12,14
4
5
6
7
8
R1IN
R2IN
R3IN
R4IN
R5IN
+5V
4 SA[0..10]
C162
SCD1U
9
10
11
T1OUT
T2OUT
T3OUT
U6
2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5
6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0
SA2
SA1
SA0
SA10
C161
26
27
3
VCC
V+
V-
C23
SCD1U
14
RPM
14
INDEX#
MTR0#
14
12
DR1#
14
DR0#
MTR1#
12
RTS1#
2
10KR3
R140
1
SOUT1
2
10KR3
R139
1
SOUT2
2
10KR3
R44
1
2
DTR1#
10KR3
RP27
AUTOFD#
ERROR#
INIT#
SLCTIN#
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
PAUTOFD#
PERROR#
PINIT#
PSLCTIN#
8
7
6
5
PSLCT
PPE
PACK#
PSTROB#
PAUTOFD#
PERROR#
PINIT#
PSLCTIN#
12
12
12
12
SRN33
RP30
SLCT
PE
ACK#
STROB#
1
2
3
4
PSLCT
12
PPE
PACK#
PSTROB#
12
12
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Size
A3
Date:
370P/J (NS87336 SUPER I/O)
Document Number
96149
February 12, 1997
REV
SC
Sheet
11
of
25
+5V
FDDCHG
4
5
+5V
6
11
D7
RB731U
FDDDCHG
3
2
14 INDEX#
11 DR1#
EXTDR1#
EXT3_MODE
RP22
PAUTOFD#
PERROR#
PINIT#
PSLCTIN#
1
2
3
4
5
10
9
8
7
6
8,14
PSLCT
PPE
PACK#
3_MODE
11 HDSEL
EXTHDSEL
EXTWDATA#
WDATA#
FDDRDY#
14
SRP4K7
RP21
PPD0
PPD1
PPD2
PPD3
1
2
3
4
5
PPD4
PPD5
PPD6
PPD7
EXTRDATA#
11,14
14 RDATA#
TRK0#
EXTTRK0#
EXTWRTPRT#
RP23
1
2
3
4
PPD0
PPD1
PPD2
PPD3
8
7
6
5
11,14
WRTPRT#
SRN33
FDDRDY#
RP24
PD4
PD5
PD6
PD7
1
2
3
4
EXTMTR1#
EXTFDIR
EXTSTEP#
EXTWGATE#
11
DSKCHG
MTR1#
FDIR
STEP#
C142
SC150P
11
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
PERROR#
PPD1
11 PINIT#
PPD2
11 PSLCTIN#
PPD3
PINIT#
PSLCTIN#
PPD4
PPD5
PPD6
PPD7
11
PACK#
PACK#
R114
11
1
BUSYP
2
33R3
PPE
11
+5V
PPE
PSLCT
PSLCT
FDD5V
1
4
U19F
2
R21
1
13
2
12
560KR3
7
1
2
3
4
R116
1
2
100KR3
SSHC14
C172
SCD1U
7
U23
GND
OUT
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
EN#
OUT
TPS2013D
8
7
6
5
C165
SCD1U
10
5
9
4
8
3
7
2
6
1
11
SCD1U
FDD5V
C10
CN5
EXT3_MODE
EXTWDATA#
R27
8
FDDIN#
FDDIN#
1
2
330R3
## CIRCUIT MODIFY
EXTRDATA#
EXTHDSEL
C144
SC150P
CN4
C9
FDDCHG
EXTDR1#
PRNT25-4-D
C146
SC150P
SC680P
PRI1#
PDTR1#
PCTS1#
PSOUT1
PRTS1#
PSIN1
PDSR1#
PDCD1#
C150
SC150P
C145
SC150P
C8
SC10U16V
FDD5V
EXTINDEX#
RX11
10KR3
2
SSHC14
27
27
1
+5V
R115
10KR3
+5V
FDDDCHG
U19E
10
1
14
2
15
3
16
4
17
5
18
6
19
7
20
8
21
9
22
10
23
11
24
12
25
13
PAUTOFD#
PPD0
PERROR#
1
11
CN3
26
+5V
+5V
FDDIN#
C139
SC150P
C138
SC150P
PSTROB#
11 PSTROB#
11 PAUTOFD#
11
SRN33
1
4
C140
SC150P
C135
SC150P
11,14
WGATE#
C141
SC150P
C136
SC150P
11
11
24
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
1
13
12
C137
SC150P
11
C134
SC150P
U1
VCC B9
B0
A9
A8
A0
B8
A1
B7
B1
B2
A7
A6
A2
B6
A3
B5
B3
A5
B4
A4
OEA
OEB
GND
QQST3384
PPD4
PPD5
PPD6
PPD7
8
7
6
5
PD[0..7]
EXTDSKCHG
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
+5V
10
9
8
7
6
SRP4K7
PD0
PD1
PD2
PD3
U24
VCC B9
B0
A9
A0
A8
A1
B8
B1
B7
B2
A7
A2
A6
A3
B6
B3
B5
B4
A5
A4
OEA
OEB
GND
QQST3384
24
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
1
13
12
EXTINDEX#
1
C148
SC150P
C143
SC150P
11
C149
SC150P
C147
SC150P
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
RS232-9-4-D
1
14
2
15
3
16
4
17
5
18
EXTMTR1#
6
19
EXTFDIR
7
20
EXTSTEP#
8
21
9
22
10
23
11
24
12
25
EXTTRK0#
13
26
EXTWRTPRT#
EXTDSKCHG
C153
SC680P
C151
SC680P
C156
SC680P
C154
SC680P
C152
SC680P
C155
SC680P
C157
SC680P
C158
SC680P
EXTWGATE#
+5V
28
+5V
AMP-CONN26
THIS CONN. IS BUILDED BY TOP VIEW,
WE COUNT THE PINS MUST MIRROR IT.
FDD5V
1
4
U38C
FDDIN#
R119
1
1
4
U5C
7
SSHCT32
9
8
2
5
6
100KR3
EXT. FDD CONN.
7
C7
SCD1U
SSHC14
FDDRDY#
10
ACER
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Title
Size
A3
Date:
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Document Number
96149
February 12, 1997
REV
SC
Sheet
12
of
25
HDD+5V
HDD+5V
4,9,10,11,15
HDD+5V
SD[0..15]
HDD+5V
HDD+5V
HDD+5V
GF1
SD5
SD6
SD7
SD8
SD9
SD10
SD11
SD12
SD13
SD14
SD15
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
4 XDIR
23 PWRGOOD
8 FLASH_ON
9 DISROM
4 MEMW#
4 MEMR#
4 LA20
4 LA21
4 LA22
4 LA23
4 IRQ11
4 BALE
4 IOR#
4 IOW#
4 AEN
4 IOCHRDY#
24 RSTDRV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
A1
B1
A2
B2
A3
B3
A4
B4
A5
B5
A6
B6
A7
B7
A8
B8
A9
B9
A10
B10
A11
B11
A12
B12
A13
B13
A14
B14
A15
B15
A16
B16
A17
B17
A18
B18
A19
B19
A20
B20
A21
B21
A22
B22
A23
B23
A24
B24
A25
B25
A26
B26
A27
B27
A28
B28
A29
B29
A30
B30
A31
B31
A32
B32
A33
B33
A34
B34
MS-DBG-GF68
RP47
4 SA[0..16]
SD0
SD1
SD2
SD3
SA0
SA1
SA2
SA3
SA4
SA5
SA6
SA7
SA8
SA9
SA10
SA11
SA12
SA13
SA14
SA15
SA16
1
2
3
4
5
10
9
8
7
6
RP49
SD4
SD5
SD6
SD7
MEMR#
MEMW#
IOR#
IOW#
SRP10K
HDD+5V
1
2
3
4
5
HDD+5V
10
9
8
7
6
RSTDRV
10
9
8
7
6
DRQ0
DRQ5
DRQ6
DRQ7
EXTSW#
4
IOCHK#
4
SRP10K
SD8
SD9
SD10
SD11
SA17
4
SA18
4
4
SA19
4
SBHE#
8
XSA16
8
XSA17
RTCROMCS#
MEMR#
MEMW#
SD0
SD1
SD2
SD3
SD4
RP50
1
2
3
4
5
HDD+5V
10
9
8
7
6
SRP10K
SD15
SD14
SD13
SD12
RP2
4
DRQ1
4
DRQ3
DRQ2
4,8
DRQ1
DISROM
DRQ3
DRQ2
1
2
3
4
5
HDD+5V
DRQ0
DRQ5
DRQ6
DRQ7
4
4
4
4
SRP4K7
+5V
RP48
4
SBHE#
4 LA19
4 LA18
4 LA17
1
2
3
4
5
10
9
8
7
6
RP4
LA23
LA22
LA21
LA20
4
4,11,14
SRP10K
IRQ12
IRQ15
+5V
1
2
3
4
5
10
9
8
7
6
4,14,21
IRQ14
SRP4K7
+5V
+5V
HDD+5V
R224
4
FAN CONN.
FANPOWER
CN9
CON2-10
1 2
IRQ10
4 IRQ9
4 IRQ7
IRQ11
IRQ10
IRQ9
IRQ7
1
2
3
4
5
2 IOCHRDY#
1
RP3
THIS GOLDEN FINGER IS REVISED BY PEACH(9/24).
10
9
8
7
6
1KR3
IRQ3
IRQ4
IRQ5
IRQ6
IRQ3
IRQ4
IRQ5
IRQ6
4
4
4
4
+5V
SRP10K
R143
1
2
MEMCS16#
2
IOCS16#
2
REFRESH#
2
0WS#
4
4K7R3
R10
+5V
C173
SCD1U
+5V
U44D
1
4
11
13
12 1
13
2 TH_COM
2
100KR3
SSHCT32
7
SSHCT04
7
4
4K7R3
R153
R120
12
2 TH_COM_VGA
1
C174
SCD1U
+5V
U46F
1
4
1
2
3
4
U2X
GND
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
EN#
OUT
TPS2013D
1
8
7
6
5
4
4K7R3
R52
1
4,11
4K7R3
## CHANGE COMONENT
BT_QCHG
23
8 BATCNTL
R137
23
1
DQ
2
4
5
6
U29
IMD1A108
1KR3
+12V
3
3
Q5
2N7002
1
2
1
1
1
R150
10KR3
2
1
R131
1MR3
R138
4K7R3
2
2
2
ACER
5VSB_DC
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Size
A3
Date:
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Document Number
96149
February 12, 1997
REV
SC
Sheet
13
of
25
+5V
HDD+5V
+5V
## ADD CX3,CX4
CDROM+5V
FX1
FX2
1
+5V
R124
4K7R3
4
3
HDD+5V
1
2
R206
4K7R3
4 IDE_DRQ0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
IDE_D8
IDE_D9
IDE_D10
IDE_D11
IDE_D12
IDE_D13
IDE_D14
IDE_D15
IDE_IOR#
IDE_RDY
IDE_DACK0#
IDE_A2
IDE_CS3#
HDD+5V
RP33
+5V
FUSE-2D5A125V
FX1, FX2 P/N:69.41501.001
CN16
CX3
SC4D7U16V6ZY
CX4
SCD1U
PCIRST#
IDE_D7
IDE_D6
IDE_D5
IDE_D4
IDE_D3
IDE_D2
IDE_D1
IDE_D0
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
CN17
IDE_D8
IDE_D9
IDE_D10
IDE_D11
IDE_D12
IDE_D13
IDE_D14
IDE_D15
IDE_IOW#
IRQ14
IDE_A1
IDE_A0
IDE_CS1#
HDD_LED#
HDD+5V
4,13
4 IDE_DRQ1
IDE_IOW#
IDE_IOR#
1
R203
5K6R3
41
1
2
3
4
5
10
9
8
7
6
+5V
2
2
HDD_LED#
DSD4
DSD5
DSD6
DSD7
1
HDD+5V
FUSE-2D5A125V
FX1, FX2 P/N:69.41501.001
1
4
CLOSE TO CN17 HDD CONN
2
DSD0
DSD1
DSD2
DSD3
4
2
SRP10K
HRS-CON40-1
33
34
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
31
32
24
PCIRST#
IDE_D7
IDE_D6
IDE_D5
IDE_D4
IDE_D3
IDE_D2
IDE_D1
IDE_D0
+5V
+5V
1
1
R200
1KR3
R199
4K7R3
R198
1
R202
MOLEX-CONN30A
2
IDE_RDY
IDE_DACK1#
2
2
1
2
4
SIRQI
4
IRQ15
4,13
0R3
2
DUMMY-R3
HDD CONN.
CD-ROM 2 CONN.
RP35
DSD8
DSD9
DSD10
DSD11
HDD+5V
1
2
3
4
5
10
9
8
7
6
HDD+5V DSD12
DSD13
DSD14
DSD15
+5V
+5V
1
4
HDD_LED#
U17A
U46B
1
4
+5V
1
SRP10K
CDROM_LED#
3
2
7
3
SSHC00
4
MEDIA_LED#
CDROM+5V
16
CDROM+5V
R175
4K7R3
C103
SC10U16V
4
DSD[0..15]
IDE_A2
CD_CS3#
15
RP37
DSD0
DSD1
DSD2
DSD3
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
11,12
11,12
11,12
11,12
11,12
RP36
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
IDE_D4
IDE_D5
IDE_D6
IDE_D7
RP32
4 DSA0
4 DSA1
4 DSA2
IDERDY
4
SRN47
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
IDE_A0
IDE_A1
IDE_A2
IDE_RDY
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
IDE_D8
IDE_D9
IDE_D10
IDE_D11
44
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
C92 2
SC10U16V
IDE_A1
IDE_A0
CD_CS1#
CDROM_LED#
15
CD_AUDL
8,12
3_MODE
R174
1
2
RPM
11
0R3
42
MOLEX-CONN40A
RP31
4
4
4
4
IDESCS3J
IDESCS1J
IDEPCS3J
IDEPCS1J
1
2
3
4
4 IDEIORJ
1
4 IDEIOWJ
1
RP38
1
2
3
4
41
C93
SCD1U
+5V
SRN47
DSD12
DSD13
DSD14
DSD15
C104
SCD1U
CN14
43
SRN47
RP39
DSD8
DSD9
DSD10
DSD11
CD_AUDR
11 HDSEL
RDATA#
WRTPRT#
TRK0#
WGATE#
WDATA#
11 STEP#
11 FDIR
11 MTR0#
11
DSKCHG
11 DR0#
11,12
INDEX#
IDE_D0
IDE_D1
IDE_D2
IDE_D3
SRN47
DSD4
DSD5
DSD6
DSD7
1
SSHCT04
7
R84
8
7
6
5
CD_CS3#
CD_CS1#
IDE_CS3#
IDE_CS1#
INDEX#
1
R172
DSKCHG
1
SRN47
8
7
6
5
IDE_D12
IDE_D13
IDE_D14
IDE_D15
1
SRN47
R177
IDE_IOR#
2
IDE_IOW#
WRTPRT#
47R3
47R3
1
AUD_GND
FDD/CD-ROM CONN.
2
1KR3
2
1KR3
RDATA#
R205
AUD_GND
R176
1KR3
TRK0#
R204
2
2
1KR3
2
R184
1
2
ACER
1KR3
THESE RESISTORS MUST BE CLOSED FDD CONN.
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A3
Date:
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Document Number
96149
February 12, 1997
REV
SC
Sheet
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25
DVDD3
C68
AUX2R
CX15
SCD1U
CX16
SCD1U
C67
SCD1U
SC1U16V5JX
C39
CX17
SC10U10V6JY
R71
AUX2L
14 CD_AUDR
1
C216
CD_R
2
SC1U16V5JX
10KR3
1
14 CD_AUDL
## ADD CX15,CX16
R70
C75
10KR3
AVDD5
2
1
R146
7K5R5F
16 LINE_IN_R
G3
C38
1
C40
SC1U16V5JX
C194
SCD01U
C62
C61
S
Y
N
H
L
S
Y
N
H
R
MLB321611
C41
1
0 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 7 7 7 7
0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 9 8 7 6
DVDD3
AVDD5
MIN
SC1U16V5ZY
R53
220KR3
DVDD3
2
24 RSTDRV
4 IOW#
4 IOR#
4 AEN
4
4
4
4
4
4
SA11
SA10
SA9
IRQ3
IRQ5
IRQ7
IRQ9
IRQ10
IRQ11
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
AVSS
AVDD
GP0
GP1
GP2
GP3
GP4
GP5
GP6
GP7
DVSS
RESET
IOW#
IOR#
DVDD
AEN
A11
A10
A9
IRQ3
IRQ5
IRQ7
IRQ9
IRQ10
IRQ11
S
B
F
L
T
R
S
B
F
L
T
L
T
R
E
C
R
T
R
E
C
L
A
U
X
2
L
S
B
F
L
T
R
A
U
X
2
R
V
R
E
F
O
V
R
E
F
I
+7V
AVDD5
16
16
SOUND_L
SOUND_R
SC1U16V5JX
SC1U16V5JX
SC1U16V5JX
S
B
F
L
T
L
AUD_GND
CD_L
CD_R
AVDD5
C201
1
2
AUD_GND
SC1U16V5JX
MIN
2
2
GAP-CLOSE
C195
L7
2
SC1U16V5JX
16 LINE_IN_L
R8
7K5R5F
2
1
R72
220KR3
R73
220KR3
16 MIC_IN_C
+5V
1
SC1U16V5JX
1
1
C6
SC10U16V
SC1U16V5JX
CD_L
2
C94
DVDD3
1
2
3
4
C65
SC1U16V5JX
C63
S
Y
N
S
H
L
S T T A A MMV V AA L L A A OOVV V V A
Y R R U U I I R R VV I I U U U U OOOOD
N E E X X C N E E SD N N X X T T CC C C F
S C C 2 2
F F SD E E I I L R I I OOL
H R L L R
OI
L R L R
L R R L T
R
L ADFLTR
DVSS
SEL0
SEL1
SEL2
MP0
MP1
MP2
MP3
MP4
MP5
MP6
MP7
MP8
MP9
DVDD
VOLUP#
VOLDW#
A0
A1
A2
X33O
X33I
X24O
D
D
X24I
A D A
D C D A D C
D D
D
R K R C R K
V V
V R T
Q0 QK Q3 D D D D D S DD D D A A A A AA S X X
0 # 1 1 3 # 0 1 2 3 D S 4 5 6 7 8 7 6 5 4 3 S D D
2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5
6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0
CX14
SCD1U
U31
SCD1U
U35
OUT
INPUT
SENSE
FB
SD
5V/TAP
GND
ERROR
LP2951ACM
C47
SCD1U
CX29
SCD1U
C76
SC10U10V6JY
8
7
6
5
SC1000P50V3JN
1
R54
10KR3
2
75
74
73
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
## ADD CX14
C215
C43
SC1000P50V3JN
SYNHL
SC1000P50V3JN
SA12
SA13
SA14
SA15
C46
SC1000P50V3JN
19,21
A_A7
A_INPACK#
22
A_SPKR#
SCLK
SDATA
LRCLK
22
C66
SC10U16V
C48
SCD1U
C64
SC10U16V
C45
SCD1U
C44
SBFLTR
DVDD3
R158
1
SA0
SA1
SA2
VREFO
SYNHR
SC1000P50V3JN
R159
2
1
22KR3
FROM PMU GPIO.
2
C42
SBFLTL
22KR3
SC1000P50V3JN
X33I
VREFI
C50
TRECL
X24I
SCD01U
C49
TRECR
YMF715
SCD01U
## C49,C50 IS CHANGED TO 0.01U
+5V
4 DRQ0
4 DACK#0
4 DRQ1
4 DACK#1
4 DRQ3
4 DACK#3
4,9,10,11,13
S S S S S S
A A A A A A
8 7 6 5 4 3
SA[0..15]
SS S S
DD D D
0 1 2 3
S S S S
D D D D
4 5 6 7
INVAPMSEL0
7 $AUDIO14M
4
C176
SCD1U
1
2
3
4
U28
X1
VDD
GND
16.9M
MK1422
X2
PD#
33.9M
24.6M
R136
8
7
6
5
1
X33I
2
33R3
C177
SC10P
X24I
R144
1
2
33R3
C184
SC10P
SD[0..7]
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Size
A3
Date:
370P/J (AUDIO YMF-715)
Document Number
96149
January 27, 1997
REV
SC
Sheet
15
of
25
RX2
+5V
1
1
8 LED#
+5V
2
13
8
DISPLED#
5VSB_DC
1
4
23 BT_QCHG
L16
AMPVCC
2
CHARGELED
2
U25C
MLB321611
5VSB_DC
1
4
9
8
7
CX36
SC1U16V5JX
5VSB_DC
1
4
U25B
4
SSHC00
6
5
R7
1
5VSB_DC
SSHC00
7
10
C182
SCD1U
U25A
1
3
SSHC14
7
5VSB_DC
1
4
## CIRCUIT MODIFY
+5V
1
2
1
12
5VSB_DC
QX1
RN1424
U38F
1
4
DISPLED
LED#
2
47KR3
3
R25
22KR3
2
SSHC00
7
R24
1
SOUND_L
2
4
3
2
1
22KR3
ENAUDIO
C169
SC1U25V5MY
ININ+
BYPASS
SHUTDOWN
G
N
D
7
19
BBT_QCHG
13
SSHC00
7
D8
1
V
D
D VO1
VO2
BBT_QCHG
11
47KR3
6
U25D
12
DISPLED
U4
1
R6
47KR3
2
S1N4148
C5
SC100P
2
5
8
C179
2
1
LINE_OUT_L
ST100U10VDK
3.3V
SPEAKERLB
G4
1
1
RX13
2K2R3
C178, C179 P/N:80.10711.141
LM4861
CN12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
SCON20-2
2
GAP-CLOSE
8 SLED
CHARGELED
BATPRLED#
2
14 MEDIA_LED#
10 SLLED#
10 NLLED#
10 CLLED#
CX37
SCD1U
LINE_OUT_L
AMPVCC
SPKR_L
SPKR_R
CX32
SCD1U
LINE_OUT_R
1
6
V
D
D VO1
VO2
R5
1
SOUND_R
2
4
3
2
1
22KR3
CX34
SC1U25V5MY
ININ+
BYPASS
SHUTDOWN
G
N
D
7
UX4
R26
47KR3
C28
SC100P
2
C178
2
1
5
8
LINE_OUT_R
15
LINE_IN_L
15
LINE_IN_R
ST100U10VDK
SPEAKERRB
1
RX12
2K2R3
LM4861
2
15
MIC_IN_C
CX35
SCD1U
+5V
+5V
+5V
+5V
6
2
SCD1U
2
9
8
10
C254
SSHCT32
SCD1U
2
33R3
Q7
SMPSA13
1
SPKR_L
SPEAKERLB
CN7
1
2
CON2-10
SPKR_R
SPEAKERRB
CN10
1
2
CON2-10
2
C252
SC22P
1
S1N4148
SSHCT32
U5A
7
SSHCT32
BATPRLED#
3
2
BUZZER-3
2
D11
2
7
1
R213
1
U44C
BZ1
S1N4148
47KR3
3
1
4
21 PCMSPK
1
2
+5V
47KR3
## ADD RX1
SSHCT32
7
R217
1
5
7
1
4
1
5
D10
C253
4
RX1
1
LED#
U44B
1
4
4 SPKR
8 SPKR_OFF
U5B
23 6377_BIU#
6
4
8 DISABLELED
+5V
+5V
1
4
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Title
Size
A3
Date:
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Document Number
96149
February 12, 1997
REV
SC
Sheet
16
of
25
+5V
18
18
18
VMBD[0..15]
1
VAA0
VAA5
2
SRN4K7
R41
AD22 1
3,4,21
+5V
CBE#[0..3]
1
R191
10KR3
2 11
33R3
FRAME#
IRDY#
TRDY#
DEVSEL#
STOP#
PAR
CBE#0
CBE#1
CBE#2
CBE#3
24 PCIRST#
G5
2
GAP-CLOSE
RGBGND
7 $VGACLK
3,21
4
PERR#
SERR#
7 $G14.318M
7 32K2
8 STANDBY#
19
20
DDC_DATA
DDC_CLK
SHFCLK
20
MOD
LP
20
20
FLM
IDSEL
V
M
A
D
1
VV
MM
AA
DD
2 3
VV
MM
AA
DD
4 5
V
M
A
D
6
V
M
A
D
7
V
M
A
D
8
V
M
A
D
9
V
M
A
D
1
0
V
M
A
D
1
1
V
M
A
D
1
2
V
M
A
D
1
3
V
M
A
D
1
4
V
M
A
D
1
5
V
M
B
D
0
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM
A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A
D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 1 1 1 1 1
0 1 2 3 4 5
22
23
24
25
27
31
FRAME#
IRDY#
TRDY#
DEVSEL#
STOP#
PAR
43
32
21
10
C/BE0#
C/BE1#
C/BE2#
C/BE3#
207
RESET#
179
180
182
183
185
187
189
191
192
190
186
188
193
194
196
195
197
198
200
ROMA0
ROMA1
ROMA2
ROMA3
ROMA4
ROMA5
ROMA6
ROMA7
ROMA8
ROMA9
ROMA10
ROMA11
ROMA12
ROMA13
ROMA14
ROMA15
ROMA16
ROMA17
ROMOE#
199
A20
201
28
29
30
CLK
A23
PERR#
SERR#
203
204
154
178
REFCLK
(RESERVED)
32KHZ
STNDBY#
53
54
70
69
68
67
62
61
ACTI
ENABKL
SHFCLK
M
LP
FLM
ENAVDD
ENAVEE
2
1
V
M
A
D
0
4K7R3
3,4,21
3,4,21
3,4,21
3,4,21
3,4,21
3,4,8,21
VRAMVCC
V
M
B
D
1
V
M
B
D
2
V
M
B
D
3
V
M
B
D
4
V
M
B
D
5
V
M
B
D
6
V
M
B
D
7
V
M
B
D
8
VV
MM
BB
DD
9 1
0
V
M
B
D
1
1
V
M
B
D
1
2
V
M
B
D
1
3
V
M
B
D
1
4
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4
7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0 1 3 4
M MMMMM MMMMMMMMMM
B B BB B B BB B B B B B B B B
D D DD D D DD D D D D D D D D
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 1 1 1 1 1
0 1 2 3 4 5
3,4,8,20,21,24
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5
5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3
5
9
RP10
A A A A A A AA A
A A A A A A AA A
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 1
4 5 4
9 2 8 2
B B MM
V V V V
C C C C
C C C C
A B
A
V
C
C
1
0 6
8 6
MD
V V
C C
C C
C
1
8 8
0 1
I I
VV
CC
CC
2 2
0 0
5 6
C C
V V
C C
C C
0 1
C C C C C C C C
A A A A A A A A
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
ENAVEE
AD[0..31]
A
D
1
3
A
D
1
4
A
D
1
5
A
D
1
6
RP28
R0
R1
R2
R3
5
6
7
8
4
3
2
1
SRN22
RP29
R4
R5
R6
R7
5
6
7
8
4
3
2
1
SRN22
A
D
1
7
A
D
1
8
A
D
1
9
A
D
2
0
A
D
2
1
A
D
2
2
A
D
2
3
A
D
2
4
A
D
2
5
A
D
2
6
U10
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
QPRN-R27C15
A
D
2
7
A
D
2
8
A
D
2
9
A
D
3
0
9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
H
C R
A E
8 F
9 9
8 9
A
D
3
1
MMM
B B B B GGGD DI I
GGGGN N N GGG G
N N N N D D D N NN N
D D D D A B C D DD D
A
G
N
D
5
6
1 2 3 5 1 1 1 8 6 7 1
2 6 9 2 6 3 0 9 3 7 8
4
1 9 5
C
G
N
D
0
PCASAL#
PCASAH#
PWEA#
PRASA#
U12
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
VCASAL#
VCASAH#
VWEA#
VRASA#
18
18
1
2
3
4
VRAMOE#
VCASBH#
VCASBL#
18
18
18
18
18
SRN33
RP11
156
123
159
160
125
126
157
124
155
RASA#
RASB#
CASAH#
CASAL#
CASBH#
CASBL#
WEA#
WEB#
OEAB#
106
107
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
RASC#
CASCH#
CASCL#
WEC#
OEC#
101
103
104
102
100
8
7
6
5
PCASBH#
PCASBL#
SRN33
UD[0..3]
19
LD[0..3]
19
RP1
1
2
3
4
U8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
71
72
73
74
75
76
78
79
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
MCD0
MCD1
MCD2
MCD3
MCD4
MCD5
MCD6
MCD7
MCD8
MCD9
MCD10
MCD11
MCD12
MCD13
MCD14
MCD15
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
8
7
6
5
UD3
UD2
UD1
UD0
8
7
6
5
LD3
LD2
LD1
LD0
8
7
6
5
SUD3
SUD2
SUD1
SUD0
8
7
6
5
SUD7
SUD6
SUD5
SUD4
SRN22
RP26
1
2
3
4
SRN22
QPRN-R27C15
U11
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Y0
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
Y5
Y6
Y7
UV0
UV1
UV2
RP25
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
1
2
3
4
SRN22
RP20
1
2
3
4
QPRN-R27C15
SRN22
Y[0..7]
19
SUD[0..7]
19
UV3
UV4
UV5
U8,U10,U11: P/N 69.20010.001
UV7
UV6
ZV_PCLK
55
R
G
B
A A AA AA A A A A A A A
D D DD DD D D D D D D D
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 1 1
0 1 2
R[0..7]
AVCC
HSYNC
VSYNC
ENAVDD
19
V V V V V V V V V
A A A A A A A A A
A A A A A A A A A
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
RSET
5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
1 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 1 0 8 7 6 5 4 3 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
8,19
CVCC1
+5V
P0
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
P7
P8
P9
P10
P11
P12
P13
P14
P15
A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A AA A A AA A A A A A A A
D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D DD D DD D D DD D D D D D D D
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1
18
V
M
B
D
1
5
C228
SCD1U
CVCC0
3.3V
R55
8
7
6
5
VGAPWR
VMAD[0..15]
RP13
1
2
3
4
VAA[0..8]
60
58
57
65
64
UV[0..7]
ZV_PCLK
19
19
R
G
B
HSYNC
VSYNC
20
20
20
20
20
C
G
N
D
1
2 2
0 0
2 8
CT65550
1
R37
560R3
Z
V
_
V
R
E
F
MOAT
RGBGND
Z
V
_
H
R
E
F
2
RGBGND
ZV_HREF
ZV_VREF
19
19
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Size
A3
Date:
Document Number
REV
SC
96149
February 12, 1997
Sheet
17
of
25
VGAPWR
C57
SC10U16V
C55
SCD1U
C56
SC1000P50V3KX
LCDPWR
LCD_3/5V#
0
0
1
1
ENAVDD
0
1
0
1
S1
0
1
0
0
S2
0
0
0
1
17
VMAD[0..15]
VRAMVCC
VGAPWR
C80
SCD1U
3.3V
3.3V
Close 105(MGNDC),108(MVCCC) PIN
G2
1
2
GAP-CLOSE
C211
SC1U16V5JX
C226
SC10U16V
C221
SC1U16V5JX
VMAD4
VMAD5
VMAD6
VMAD7
Close 66(DVCC)PIN & 63,89(GND)PIN
17 VWEA#
17 VRASA#
CVCC1
DCBATOUT
VGAPWR
R147
CCFTPWR
1
U3
1
2
3
4
R23
1
2
1
22KR3
+5V
R22
10KR3
C19 33R3
SCD1U
8
7
6
5
SCD1U
C31
SCD01U
CVCC0
Q1
RN1424
2
C193
SC10U16V
C196
SCD1U
1
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
VMAD15
VMAD14
VMAD13
VMAD12
VMAD11
VMAD10
VMAD9
VMAD8
VCASAL#
VCASAH#
VRAMOE#
VAA8
VAA7
VAA6
VAA5
VAA4
VCASAL#
VCASAH#
17
17
C199
SCD01U
17 VAA[0..8]
AVCC
MOAT
L6
1
VSS
DQ15
DQ14
DQ13
DQ12
VSS
DQ11
DQ10
DQ9
DQ8
N.C
N.C
N.C
LCAS
UCAS
OE
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
VSS
C81
SCD1U
2
C205 33R3
SCD1U
R127
10KR3
3
2
C32
SCD1U
R154
1
1
2
C18
SC10U16V
MOAT
SI4435DY
C24
VAA0
VAA1
VAA2
VAA3
2
U42
VCC
DQ0
DQ1
DQ2
DQ3
VCC
DQ4
DQ5
DQ6
DQ7
N.C
N.C
N.C
N.C
WE
RAS
N.C
A0
A1
A2
A3
VCC
S256K16-60
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
VMAD0
VMAD1
VMAD2
VMAD3
2
HF70ACB
C200
SC10U16V
C192
SCD1U
C191
SCD01U
VRAMVCC
VRAMVCC
RGBGND
C82
SCD1U
C97
SC10U16V
C222
SCD1U
VMBD0
VMBD1
VMBD2
VMBD3
3.3V
GZ1
1
2
3.3V
GAP-CLOSE
+5V
1
4
17 ENAVDD
VMBD4
VMBD5
VMBD6
VMBD7
LCD+5V
U17B
RX6
4
6
5
1
2
100KR3
7
1
2
3
4
UX3
GND
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
EN#
OUT
TPS2013D
8
7
6
5
VWEA#
VRASA#
VAA0
VAA1
VAA2
VAA3
SSHC00
CX24
SCD1U
## CIRCUIT MODIFY , CHANGE COMPONENT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
U40
VCC
DQ0
DQ1
DQ2
DQ3
VCC
DQ4
DQ5
DQ6
DQ7
N.C
N.C
N.C
N.C
WE
RAS
N.C
A0
A1
A2
A3
VCC
S256K16-60
VSS
DQ15
DQ14
DQ13
DQ12
VSS
DQ11
DQ10
DQ9
DQ8
N.C
N.C
N.C
LCAS
UCAS
OE
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
VSS
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
VMBD15
VMBD14
VMBD13
VMBD12
VMBD11
VMBD10
VMBD9
VMBD8
VCASBL#
VCASBH#
VRAMOE#
VAA8
VAA7
VAA6
VAA5
VAA4
VCASBL#
VCASBH#
VRAMOE#
17
17
17
C96
SCD1U
17
VMBD[0..15]
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Size
A3
Date:
370P/J (VRAM & VGA BYPASS CAPACITOR)
Document Number
96149
January 27, 1997
REV
SC
Sheet
18
of
25
17
17
+5V
17 R[0..7]
20 PSHFCLK
L13
ELKE101FA
3
CN6
2
R1
R2
R5
R6
SUD2
SUD1
SUD6
SUD5
17 UD2
17 UD1
17 LD2
+5V
8 ID_CLK
8 BLVR#
1
R15
330R3
C159 8 ID_DATA
SCD1U 8 PLED#
R126
2
1
16 BBT_QCHG
CCFTPWR
L12
1
C4
SCD1U
C3
SC1U25V5MY
2
470R3
20 CCFT_ON
2
MLB321611
80
79
78
77
76
75
74
73
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
PLFS
20
1
PRLL4001
SCD1U
R69
2
4K7R3
R0
Y7
R3
A_A20
A_A14
R4
Y6
Y5
R7
A_A19
A_A13
SUD3
Y4
Y3
SUD0
A_A18
SUD7
SUD4
UD3
17
UD0
17
LD3
17
LD1
17
LD0
17
PMOD
LCD_DISPLAY
LCDVEE
A_A[0..25]
1
C72
1
20 PLP
+5V
15,21,22
D6
2
17 SUD[0..7]
Y[0..7]
UV[0..7]
24
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
1
13
12
U9
VCC B9
B0
A9
A0
A8
B8
A1
B1
B7
B2
A7
A2
A6
A3
B6
B3
B5
B4
A5
A4
OEA
OEB
GND
QQST3384
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
UV2
A_A16
A_A21
UV0
Y2
A_A8
A_A17
Y1
Y0
A_A9
24
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
1
13
12
UV4
A_A15
A_A12
UV6
UV1
A_A22
A_A23
UV3
UV5
A_A24
U14
VCC B9
B0
A9
A0
A8
A1
B8
B1
B7
B2
A7
A2
A6
A3
B6
B3
B5
B4
A5
A4
OEA
OEB
GND
QQST3384
A_A25
A_A11
A_A10
A_WP
ZV_PCLK
ZV_VREF
ZV_HREF
$CPUINTR
CCINTR
21
17
17
17
1
8
20
20
LCD+5V
VEEVR#
LCDVEE
8
C1
SCD1U
ENAVEE
VR_U/D#
C171
SC1U25V5MY
+5V
17
+5V
1
1
R3
10KR3
8
R36
10KR3
JAE-CONN80C
2
2
8
TPX4
TP-1
THIS CONN. IS LCD INTERFACE CONN.
UV7
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
17
VSW3
DDC_CLK
CN2
R118
1
R2
1
16
2
1KR3
2
100R3
CRT_VS
20 CRT_VS
CRT_B
CRT_HS
20 CRT_B
20 CRT_HS
20 CRT_G
DDC_DATA
CRT_G
20 CRT_R
CRT_R
R34
1
2
33R3
5
15
10
4
14
9
3
13
8
2
12
7
1
11
6
17
VIDEO-15-4-D
R125
8
VSW1
1
2
1KR3
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A3
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Document Number
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February 12, 1997
REV
SC
Sheet
19
of
25
R16
1
17 R
17 G
R14
2
10R3
R13
1
17 B
2
10R3
+5V
1
1
1
R19
75R3
2
1
2
1
D3
BAV99LT1
R155
17 FLM
1
2
R18
75R3
2
1
D1
BAV99LT1
3
L9
1
NL322522T-2R2
L10
1
NL322522T-2R2
L11
1
NL322522T-2R2
2
10R3
1
R17
75R3
2
19
CRT_G
19
2
CRT_B
19
C13
SC47P
C12
SC47P
C14
SC47P
2
D2
BAV99LT1
RGBGND
3
3
1
C204
SC33P
2
PLFS
19
PLFS
R40
22R3
1
17 HSYNC
L14
2
1
10R3
R165
1
CRT_R
2
R111
2
10R3
17 LP
2
2
1
10R3
C218
SC33P
2
R39
PLP
2
PLP
19
1
17 VSYNC
+5V
22R3
CRT_HS
19
CRT_VS
19
BK2125HS330
R121
L15
2
1
2
10R3
BK2125HS330
THESE COMPONENTS 68.00031.001
R162
17 MOD
1
R117
2
1
C217
SC33P
10R3
PMOD
2
PMOD
19
2
17 SHFCLK
1
1
D5
BAV99LT1
3
R157
2
1
22R3
D4
BAV99LT1
C16
SC47P
C17
SC47P
3
R132
2
1
PSHFCLK
2
C212
SC56P
22R3
19
PSHFCLK
8 GPIORF1#
0R3
U26 MUST BE 74AHC125
+5V
1
4
1
3
12
23 LIB/MH#
U26D
3.3V
11
AD16
3,4,8,17,21
1
4
1
U13A
SSHC125
7
R56
8 DISPLAY
DISPLAY
2
3
+5V
1
1
4
R128
100R3
2
C2
SC100P
8
9
2 CPU_TH
CN8
1
2
CON2-10
1
2
19
LCD_DISPLAY
22R3
3.3V
1
0
U34C
8
7
7
AD17
SOLCX125M
3,4,8,17,21
SSLVC125
+5V
1
4
COVER_SW
U26A
1
R133
2
8 ENBL
3
1
2
CCFT_ON
19
100R3
7
SSHC125
COVER_SW
1
1
R134
10KR3
R4
10KR3
2
2
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Size
A3
Date:
Document Number
REV
SC
96149
February 12, 1997
Sheet
20
of
25
3,4,8,17,21
3,4,8,17
3,4,8,17
3,4,8,17
3,4,8,17
3,4,17
3,17
3,4,8,17,21
CBE#2
FRAME#
IRDY#
TRDY#
DEVSEL#
STOP#
PERR#
4 SERR#
PAR
CBE#1
3,4,8,17
3,4,8,17,21
A
D
2
0
1
C P
B A
E R
#
1
AD[0..31]
AD[0..31]
A
D
1
2
3.3V
B_SLOT_VCC
R164
100R3
CBE#0
CBE#0
AD7
AD6
AD5
AD4
AD3
AD2
AD1
AD0
22 B_CD1#
B_CD1#
B_D3
B_D11
B_D4
B_D12
B_D5
B_D13
B_D6
B_D14
B_D7
B_D15
22
B_CE1#
22
22
B_CE2#
22
22
B_OE#
B_IORD#
B_IOWR#
B_CE1#
B_A10
B_CE2#
B_OE#
B_IORD#
B_IOWR#
B_A11
B_A9
B_A17
B_A8
B_A18
B_A13
B_A19
B_A14
B_A20
22
B_WE#
B_WE#
B_A21
B_A16
B_A22
B_A15
B_A23
B_A12
R168
1
2
33R3
P
E
R
R
#
S
T
O
P
#
A AA
D DD
1 1 1
3 4 5
D
E
V
S
E
L
#
T
R
D
Y
#
I
R
D
Y
#
F
R
A
M
E
#
C
B
E
#
2
R185
0R3
2 I
R
Q
1
4
2
A A A A
D D D D
1 1 1 1
6 7 8 9
A A AA
D D DD
2 2 2 2
0 1 2 3
A A A A
D D D D
2 2 2 2
4 5 6 7
A A
D D
2 2
8 9
I
R
Q
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
I
R
Q
1
1
I
R
Q
1
0
I
R
Q
9
B
_
C
V
S
2
B
_
C
A
D
2
0
B
_
C
R
S
T
B
_
C
A
D
2
1
B
_
C
A
D
2
2
B
_
C
R
E
Q
B
_
C
A
D
2
3
B
_ B B
C _ _
C C C
/
A A
B V D D
E C 2 2
3 C 4 5
B
_
C
A
D
2
6
B
_
C
V
S
1
B
_
C
I
N
T
B
_
C
S
E
R
R
B
_
C
A
U
D
I
O
B
_
C
S
T
S
C
H
G
B
_
C
C
L
K
R
U
N
B B
B _ _
_ C C
C A A
C GD D
D N 2 2
2 D 7 8
B
_
C
A
D
2
9
B
_
C
A
D
3
0
B
_
R
S
V
D
B
_
C
A
D
3
1
A
_
C
C
D
1
A
_
C
A
D
0
A
_
C
A
D
2
A A A
_ _ _
C C C
A V A A
D C D D
1 C 4 3
A
_
C
A
D
6
A
_
C
A
D
5
A
_
R
S
V
D
A
_
C
A
D
7
B_D[0..15]
22
B_A[0..25]
B
_
D
0
B_RESET
B B
_ B _
A_ A
2 A 2
4 7 5
22 B_VS2
22 B_INPACK#
22
B_REG#
22 B_VS1
22 B_IREQ#
22 B_WAIT#
22 B_SPKR#
22 B_STSCG#
22 B_WP
22 B_CD2#
22 A_CD1#
B
_
A
6
B B
_ _
A A
5 4
B
_
A B
3 _
R
E
G
#
BB B
_ _ _
AA A
2 1 0 B
_
V
S
1
B
_
I
R
E
Q
#
B B
_ _
WS
A P
I K
T R
# #
B
_
S
T
S
C
G
#
B
_
BC
_ D
W2
P#
B
_
D
8
B
_
D
1
B
_
D
9
B
_
D
2
B
_
D
1
0
A
_
D
3
A
_
D
1
1
A
_
C
D
1 22
# 22
A
_
D
4
A
_
D
1
2
A
_
D
5
C74
SC1KP
+5V
A
_
D
1
3
A_CE1#
A_CE2#
22
A_OE#
22
A_IORD#
A
_
D
6
A
_
D
1
4
C202
SCD1U
C214
SCD1U
C190
SCD1U
C34
SCD1U
C198
SC1KP
C37
SC1KP
C35
SC10U16V
C209
SC10U16V
## ADD CX10,CX11
I
R
Q
1
2
I
R
Q
1
1
I
R
Q
1
0
I
R
Q
9
/
I
R
Q
S
E
R
U33
A
_
C
A
D
8
A
_
C
C
/
B
E
O
A A
A _ _
_ C C
C A A
A GD D
D N 1 1
9 D 0 1
A
_
C
A
D
1
3
A
_
C
A
D
1
2
A
_
C
A
D
1
5
A
_
C
A
D
1
4
A
_
C
A
D
1
6
A
_
D
7
A
_
D
1
5
CX10
SCD1U
R151
1130_INTB#
2
IRQ5
IRQ4/INTB
IRQ3/INTA
GND
DATA
CLOCK
LATCH
156
155
154
153
152
151
150
149
148
147
146
145
144
143
142
141
140
139
138
137
136
135
134
133
132
131
130
129
128
127
126
125
124
123
122
121
120
119
118
117
116
115
114
113
112 1
111
110
109
108
107
106
105
A
_
C
C
/
B
E
1
1
0R3
A
_
O
E
#
A
_
I
O
R
D
#
A
_
A
1
1
A
_
I
OA
W_
R A
# 9
INTD#
2
INTD#
3,4
INTA#
3,4
0R3
2
IRQ5
1130_INTB#
1130_INTA#
IRQ5
4
SER_DATA
22
SCLK
SER_LATCH
PCMSPK
R152
22
1130_INTA#
1
3.3V
1 1 U34D
3 4
11
A_D8
A_D0
A_A0
A_A1
A_A2
A_CD2#
A_WP
A_STSCG#
A_SPKR#
A_WAIT#
A_IREQ#
A_VS1
A_REG#
12
22
A_CD2#
19,22
A_WP
22
A_STSCG#
22
A_SPKR#
22
A_WAIT#
22
A_IREQ#
22
A_VS1
22
A_REG#
INVAPMSEL0
22
A_INPACK#
A_A4
A_A5
A_RESET
A_A6
A_VS2
0R3
7 SSLVC125
A_A3
A_A25
2
22
16
A_D10
A_D2
A_D9
A_D1
22
A_RESET
A_VS2
22
A_A7
A_A24
A_A12
A_A23
A_A15
A_A22
R160
2
A_A16
A_A21
33R3
A_WE#
A_A20
A_A14
A_A19
A_A13
A_A18
A_WE#
22
$CARDCLK
1
R149
DUMMY-R3
2
PCI1131
C189
SC33P
A_D[0..15]
A
_
C
E
2
#
1
RX10
3.3V
A
_
A
1
0
A
_
C
E
1
#
1
R161
100R3
I
R
Q
7
5 5 5 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 1 1 1 1 1
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 0 0 0 0
0 1 2 3 4
22
C188
SCD1U
3.3V
A_SLOT_VCC
VCCP
A_CAD31
A_RSVD
A_CAD30
A_CAD29
VCC
A_CAD28
A_CAD27
A_CCD2
A_CCLKRUN
A_CSTSCHG
A_CAUDIO
A_CSERR
A_CINT
A_CVS1
A_CAD26
A_CAD25
A_CAD24
A_CC/BE3
GND
A_CAD23
A_CREQ
A_CAD22
A_CAD21
A_CRST
A_CAD20
A_CVS2
A_CAD19
VCCA
A_CAD18
A_CAD17
A_CC/BE2
A_CFRAME
A_CIRDY
A_CTRDY
VCC
A_CCLK
A_CDEVSEL
A_CGNT
A_CSTOP
A_CPERR
A_CBLOCK
A_CPAR
A_RSVD
B
_
C
A
D
1
9
C187
SCD1U
3.3V
I
R
Q
7
SPKROUT/SUSPEND
B
_
C
A
D
1
8
C73
SCD1U
4
4
A A
D D
3 3
0 1
AD11
AD10
AD9
AD8
C/BE0
AD7
VCC
AD6
AD5
AD4
AD3
AD2
GND
AD1
AD0
B_CCD1
B_CAD0
B_CAD2
B_CAD1
B_CAD4
B_CAD3
GND
B_CAD6
B_CAD5
B_RSVD
B_CAD7
B_CAD8
B_CC/BE0
B_CAD9
B_CAD10
VCC
B_CAD11
B_CAD13
B_CAD12
B_CAD15
B_CAD14
B_CAD16
VCCARDBUS
B_CC/BE1
B_RSVD
B_CPAR
B_CBLOCK
B_CPERR
GND
B_CSTOP
B_CGNT
B_CDEVSEL
B_CCLK
B_CTRDY
B_CIRDY
B_CFRAME
B_CC/BE2
B
_
C
A
D
1
7
4,13
4
4
4
IRQ14
IRQ12
IRQ11
IRQ10
IRQ9
IRQ7
1
A GA A A C P V S PS D T I GF C A A A A V A A A A I GC A A AA V A A V A A RGGR P V I I
D N D D D / A C E ET E R R N R/ D D D D C D D D D D N/ D D DD C D D C D D EN N S C C R R
1 D 1 1 1 B R C R ROV D D D AB 1 1 1 1 C 2 2 2 2 S DB 2 2 2 2 C 2 2 C 3 3 QT D T L C QQ
2 3 4 5 E
R RP S Y Y ME 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 E E 4 5 6 7 8 9 P 0 1
I K 1 1
1
E
E2
L 3
N
5 4
L
/
R
I
_
O
U
T
2
AD11
AD10
AD9
AD8
S
E
R
R
#
8 RING_OUT#
C 7 $CARDCLK
B 24 PCIRST#
E
#
3
3 GNT#1
3 REQ#1
R148
33R3
2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 5
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 9 8 7
1
CX11
SCD1U
3.3V
CBE#3
A_D[0..15]
22
A
_ A
A _
1 A
7 8
A_A[0..25]
A_IOWR#
22
15,19,22
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Size
A3
Date:
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Document Number
96149
February 12, 1997
REV
SC
Sheet
21
of
25
A_VPP
A_SLOT_VCC
1
C208
SCD1U
R156
100KR3
C207
SC10U16V
C210
SC1000P50V3KX
C203
SCD1U
21
19,21
2
SKT1
5
6
3
4
B_VPP
A_D[0..15]
A_D[0..15]
1
6
2
A_A[0..25]
A_A[0..25]
A_D3
B_SLOT_VCC
21,24
A_CD1#
A_CD1#
1
2
C180
SCD1U
1
R142
100KR3
C20
SC10U16V
C22
SC1000P50V3KX
A_D4
A_D11
A_D5
A_D12
A_D6
A_D13
A_D7
A_D14
C21
SCD1U
2
PCM-SKT
A_CE1#
21 A_CE1#
A_D15
3.3V
A_A10
1
2
+5V
C183
ST2D2U
1
C59
SCD1U
2
C60
ST2D2U
+12V
C33
SCD1U
15
16
17
1
2
30
7
24
C58
SC1U25V5MY
6
14
24 PCIRST#
3
4
5
21 SER_DATA
21 SCLK
21 SER_LATCH
19
13
18
U30
3.3V
3.3V
3.3V
5V
5V
5V
12V
12V
8
9
10
11
AVPP
AVCC
AVCC
AVCC
1
B_VPP
R145
2
A_A11
A_IOWR#
A_A8
A_A17
A_A13
A_A18
A_A14
A_A19
+5V
C185
SCD1U
A_WE#
21 A_WE#
A_A20
A_IREQ#
21
A_IREQ#
A_SLOT_VCC
26
27
28
29
12
NC
NC
NC
NC
GND
A_IORD#
B_SLOT_VCC
DUMMY-R3
DATA
CLOCK
LATCH
21 A_IORD#
A_A9
25
NC
A_CE2#
A_OE#
A_VS1
21 A_IOWR#
20
21
22
23
BVCC
BVCC
BVCC
BVPP
RESET
RESET#
A_VPP
A_SLOT_VCC
21 A_CE2#
21 A_OE#
21
A_VS1
A_A21
A_VPP
NC
NC
OC#
A_A16
A_A22
A_A15
A_A23
TPS2206
A_A12
A_A24
A_A7
A_A25
A_A6
B_SLOT_VCC
21
B_SLOT_VCC
A_SLOT_VCC
A_SLOT_VCC
RP9
B_STSCG#
B_SPKR#
B_WAIT#
B_WP
1
2
3
4
5
A_VS2
A_VS2
A_A5
A_RESET
21 A_RESET
RP8
10
9
8
7
6
1
2
3
4
5
A_STSCG#
A_A6
A_A24
A_RESET
B_INPACK#
B_RESET
B_A15
B_A22
A_A4
10
9
8
7
6
SRP10K
21
A_A16
A_A10
A_A23
A_A25
15,21
A_WAIT#
A_WAIT#
A_A3
A_INPACK#
A_INPACK#
SRP10K
15,21
A_A2
A_REG#
21 A_REG#
A_A1
A_SPKR#
A_SPKR#
A_A0
21
B_SLOT_VCC
B_SLOT_VCC
A_SLOT_VCC
1
2
3
4
5
A_A19
A_A14
A_A18
A_A13
1
2
3
4
5
B_A21
10
9
8
7
6
SRP10K
A_A17
A_A20
A_IREQ#
A_A21
A_WP
A_CD2#
3.3V
R83
R80
1
A_SLOT_VCC
2
B_VS2
1
A_WP
A_SPKR#
A_A15
A_WAIT#
1
6
1
A_SLOT_VCC
R46
1
2
B_VS1
2
1
2
B_CD2#
1
B_CD1#
B_CD1#
21,24
B_D4
B_D11
B_D5
B_D12
B_D6
B_D13
B_D7
B_D14
B_CE1#
B_D15
B_A10
21
B_CE1#
B_CE2#
B_OE#
B_VS1
B_CE2#
B_OE#
B_VS1
B_IORD#
B_IORD#
21
B_IOWR#
21
B_WE#
21
B_A11
21
21
21
B_A9
B_A8
B_A17
B_A13
B_A18
B_A14
B_A19
B_IOWR#
B_WE#
B_A20
B_IREQ#
B_A21
B_IREQ#
B_SLOT_VCC
21
B_VPP
B_A16
B_A22
B_A15
B_A23
B_A12
B_A24
B_A7
B_A25
B_A6
B_VS2
B_A5
B_RESET
21
B_VS2
21
B_RESET
B_A4
B_WAIT#
B_WAIT#
B_INPACK#
B_INPACK#
B_A3
B_A2
B_REG#
B_A1
B_SPKR#
21
21
B_REG#
21
21
B_SPKR#
B_A0
B_STSCG#
B_D0
B_D8
B_D1
B_D9
B_D2
B_D10
B_WP
B_CD2#
21
B_STSCG#
21
B_WP
B_CD2#
21,24
PCM-CONN160
2
A_CD2#
22KR3
1
2
1
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22KR3
A_A9
22KR3
R79
B_CD1#
A_A8
R77
2
22KR3
2
B_D3
22KR3
R81
R47
22KR3
1
A_VS1
22KR3
R186
1
21
B_A[0..25]
R76
1
22KR3
SRP10K
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
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40
41
42
43
44
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46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
21
B_D[0..15]
B_A[0..25]
22KR3
R82
10
9
8
7
6
A_VS2
2
22KR3
RP5
1
2
3
4
5
21,24
SRP10K
3.3V
A_INPACK#
A_A7
A_A22
A_A12
21
A_WP
A_CD2#
A_D0
A_D8
A_D1
A_D9
A_D2
A_D10
RP6
10
9
8
7
6
A_SLOT_VCC
A_STSCG#
A_SLOT_VCC
RP7
B_A14
B_A19
B_A20
B_IREQ#
A_STSCG#
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
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111
112
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127
128
129
130
131
132
133
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135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
B_D[0..15]
CN13
A_CD1#
1
2
A_A11
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## REMOVE C27,ADD CX12 CX13 CX6
## REMOVE C69,ADD CX20,CX21
## REMOVE C52 C51,ADD CX22,CX23
+12V
## 5VSB_DC IS PROVIDED BY CHARGER
+5V
+12V
C70
SC1U25V5MY
C54
SCD1U
CX22
C53
SC10U16V
SC1000P50V3KX
CX12
SCD1U
+12V
+7V
+7V
C197
SC1U25V5MY
CX33
SC10U16V
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
DCBATOUT
+7V
3.3V
CX13
SCD1U
2.9V
ON/OFF#
PWRGIN
3.3V
1
C79
SC1000P50V3KX
CX20
CX21
SC10U10V6JY SC10U10V6JY
2
C77
ST100U10VDM
C78
SCD1U
C71
SC1000P50V3KX
+5V
DCBATOUT
7
SSHC14
3
4
1
2
1
4
U38B
C181
ST22U35VDM
CX6
SC10U50V
U7
GND
GND
DC-IN
PG.VCC
+5V
GND
+6V
+12V
GND
+3.3V
5VSB
ON/OFF
P.G
VCPU
VCPU
GND
GND
T62-061-C
+5V
1
4
1
5VSB_DC
DCBATOUT
24
8
1
PWR_SW#
2
CN11
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11 12
13 14
15 16
17 18
19 20
21 22
23 24
25 26
CONN26A
ON/OFF#
BT_QCHG
BTS
ID
BT-
470R3
BT+
U38A
2
7
R188
13,16
RESERVE
DCBATOUT
PWRGOOD
4,8,13
PWRGOOD#
9
CX19
BT_QCHG
SCD1U
+5V
R31
BBL1#
BBL2#
BAT_USE#
BTBT+
1
2
1KR3
SSHC14
CHARGER CONN.
1
3
2
THESE CAPACITORS MUST BE CLOSED DC/DC.
Q6
RN2424
1 ##
2
DISABLE
3
1
2
C29
SCD1U
R135
10KR3
8
Q3
2N7002
##
1
D9
8,20
1
LIB/MH#
R29
1MR3
##
2
S1N4148
BT+
13
DQ
ID
BTS
DQ
2
CLOSE TO THE BAT CONN
L17
1
2
CN18
1
2
3
4
5
6
SCHOKE-D
BT-
+5V
MOLEX-CON6
1
C250
SC1000P50V3KX
R211
22KR3
C131
SC1000P50V3KX
C126
SCD1U
C125
SCD1U
5VSB_DC
## ADD U1 RX5 CX5
2
C128
SC1000P50V3KX
BT_SENSE
C129
SC1000P50V3KX
1
8
RX4
22KR3
3
1
1
BGND
R209
220KR3
2
2
2
Q2
BC848CLT1
USE MOTOROLA BC84CLT1 (84.00848.011)
RTCIRQ8#
5VSB_DC
1
4
CX18
SCD1U
U1XB
5
5VSB_DC
1
4
8
4
U1XC
10
2
7
BAT_USE#
BBL2#
TSHC02
10KR3
CX5
SCD1U
9
7
RESERVE
6
RX5
1
TSHC02
BBL1#
2
2
R30
470R3
R32
470R3
2
R28
470R3
1
1
6377_BBL2#
6377_BBL2#
8
6377_BIU#
1
6377_BIU#
8,16
6377_BBL1#
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COMMON
ALADDIN III
+5V
R171
1
+5V
1 U41A
4
3,10,14,17,21,22
2
PCIRST#
4
$CPURST
4
PULL L: 5V suspend mode enable.
R43
7 SSHCT04
1 U41B
4
RSTDRV
10KR3
4 XDIR
1
+5V
11,13,15
1
3
L: DMA DACK[7:5,3:0] polling enable.
*** If L, add ALDN3 P.21 MUX!
H: DMA DACK[7:5,3:0] polling disable.
4 SPLED
R42
4 SPKR
8
4 IOW#
SSHC00
7
4 RTCROMCS#
5VSB_DC
1
4
R38
3
RTCRW
9
4 TC
4 IOR#
7
SSHCT32
L: External I/O APIC mode supported.
2
H: Ext. I/O APIC mode not supported.
1
4
U45B
R170
6
7
4 KBCS#
1
RTCROMCS#
1
2
560R3
R173
9
RTCDS
5
SSHC02
7
5VSB_DC
1
4
1
10KR3
+5V
1
L: Internal RTC enable.
*** Refer to CKT down left.
H: Internal RTC disable.
2
10KR3
2
4
3
1
U45A
1
U1XA
2
H: Internal KBC disable.
R20
PHOLD#
1
4
L: Internal keyboard cntrler enable.
2
10KR3
+5V
9
10
1
POWER: VCC_IDE & GND
U17C
1
4
PULL H: 5V suspend mode disable.
2
10KR3
7 SSHCT04
+5V
2
Must pull High.
2
10KR3
SSHCT32
U1XD
11
13
12
SSHC02
7
+5V
1
4
U46C
7
SSHCT04
1
4
U46D
7
SSHCT04
5
+5V
1
4
U38D
7
SSHC14
9
8
6
+5V
9
8
+5V
1
4
+5V
1
4
11
U41E
11
7
10
7
SSHCT04
+5V
1
4
1
4
22 A_CD1#
12
22 A_CD2#
13
U45D
11
7
U46A
1
4
2
7
U17D
12
11
13
1
SSHCT04
+5V
SSHCT32
U41F
12
7
+5V
SSHCT04
+5V
1
4
13
U46E
10
+5V
SSHCT04
22 B_CD1#
1
22 B_CD2#
2
1
4
U44A
7
SSHCT32
7
EXCACD#
8
SSHC00
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BYPASS CAPACITORS
CPU
3.3V
M1521
2.9V
2.9V
3.3V
C238
C120
SCD1U
C113
SC1000P50V3KX
C251
SC2K2P
1
ST100U10VDK
1
C246
ST100U10VDK
2
2
2.9V
2.9V
C240
SCD1U
C213
SCD1U
C232
SCD1U
C245
SCD1U
C36
SCD1U
C247
SCD1U
C206
SCD1U
1
2
C122
ST100U10VDK
C248
C110
SC1U16V5ZY
SCD1U
CLOSE TO PIN7,9,11,13,15,17
C108
SCD1U
C118
SC10U16V
P/N: 80.15711.341
7343,D SIZE
3.3V
CLOSE TO PIN 105,106,119
3.3V
C119
SCD1U
C121
C115
SC1000P50V3KX
SC2K2P
C127
SCD1U
3.3V
C124
SCD1U
CLOSE TO PIN 269,271,273,275,277,279
C258
SCD1U
C112
C114
SC1000P50V3KX
SC2K2P
C123
SCD1U
C111
SC1U16V5ZY
C239
SCD1U
C243
SCD1U
CLOSE TO PIN88,98,108,118,128,138
+5V
3.3V
CLOSE TO PIN 201,202
CLOSE TO PIN 190,203,204
C116
SCD1U
1
C106
SCD1U
2
C117
ST100U10VDK
C219
SCD1U
C220
SCD1U
C95
SCD1U
CLOSE TO PIN 19,21,23,35,27,29
3.3V
M1523
3.3V
C242
SCD1U
+5V
+5V
C249
SCD1U
HDD+5V
C26
SCD1U
C170
SCD1U
C273
SCD1U
C230
SC4D7U16V6ZY
CLOSE TO PIN 157,167,177,187,197,207,217
CLOSE TO PIN 87,97,107,117,127,137,147
3.3V
2.9V
2.9V
3.3V
C235
C237
SC1000P50V3KX SC2K2P
+5V
CLOSE TO PIN 200
2.9V
CLOSE TO PIN 120
C263
SCD1U
C236
SCD1U
CLOSE TO PIN 113
CLOSE TO PIN 156
HDD+5V
C256
SCD1U
+5V
CX38
SCD1U
CX39
SC10U16V
CLOSE TO PIN 144,153
CLOSE TO PIN 148,158,168,178,198,208
C98
SC1000P50V3KX
CACHE
CLOSE TO PIN 40
C30
SCD1U
CLOSE TO PIN 72
C233
SCD1U
C267
SC4D7U16V6ZY
CY4
SC1U16V5ZY
HDD+5V
CLOSE TO PIN 105
CY2
SCD1U
3.3V
+5V
CY1
CY3
SC4D7U16V6ZY SC1000P50V3KX
3.3V
C102
SCD1U
C262
SCD1U
C15
SC1000P50V3KX
C109
SCD1U
CLOSE TO PIN 53
CLOSE TO PIN 72
+5V
C227
SC10U16V
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E
BIOS POST Checkpoints
This appendix lists the POST checkpoints of the notebook BIOS.
Table E-1
POST Checkpoint List
Description
Checkpoint
04h
•
Check CPU ID
•
Dispatch Shutdown Path
Note: At the beginning of POST, port 64 bit 2 (8042 system flag) is read to
determine whether this POST is caused by a cold or warm boot. If it is a cold
boot, a complete POST is performed. If it is a warm boot, the chip initialization
and memory test is eliminated from the POST routine.
08h
•
Reset PIE, AIE, UIE
Note: These interrupts are disabled in order to avoid any incorrect actions from
happening during the POST routine.
09h
•
Initialize m1511
0Ah
•
Initialize m1513
0Bh
•
Initialize m7101
10h
•
DMA(8237) testing & initialization
14h
•
System Timer(8254) testing & initialization
18h
•
DRAM refresh cycle testing
•
Set default SS:SP= 0:400
1Ch
•
CMOS shutdown byte test, battery, and check sum
Note: Several parts of the POST routine require the system to be in protected
mode. When returning to real mode from protected mode, the processor is
reset, therefore POST is re-entered. In order to prevent re-initialization of the
system, POST reads the shutdown code stored in location 0Fh in CMOS
RAM. Then it jumps around the initialization procedure to the appropriate
entry point.
The CMOS shutdown byte verification assures that CMOS 0Fh area is fine to
execute POST properly.
•
•
1Dh, 1Eh
•
Initialize default CMOS setting if CMOS bad
Initialize RTC time base
Note: The RTC has an embedded oscillator that generates 32.768 KHz frequency.
To initialize the RTC time base, turn on this oscillator and set a divisor to
32768 so that the RTC can count time correctly
DRAM type determination
BIOS POST Checkpoints
E-1
Table E-1
POST Checkpoint List (Continued)
Description
Checkpoint
2Ch
•
•
128K base memory testing
Set default SS:SP= 0:400
Note: The 128K base memory area is tested for POST execution. The remaining
memory area is tested later.
•
KB controller(8041/8042) testing
•
KB type determination
•
Write default command byte upon KB type
24h
•
PIC(8259) testing & initialization
30h
•
System Shadow RAM
34h
•
DRAM sizing
3Ch
•
Initialize interrupt vectors
4Bh
•
Identify CPU brand and type
35h
•
PCI pass 0
40h
•
Assign I/O if device request
41h
•
Assign Memory if device requested
44h
•
Assign IRQ if device request
45h
•
Enable command byte if device is OK
51h
•
DownLoad keyboard matrix
50h
•
Initialize Video display
4Ch
•
ChipUp initialization for CPU clock checking
54h
•
Process VGA shadow region
58h
•
Set POST screen mode(Graphic or Text)
•
Display Acer(or OEM) logo if necessary
•
Display Acer copyright message if necessary
•
Display BIOS serial number
5Ch
•
Memory testing
5Ah
•
SMRAM test and SMI handler initialization
4Eh
•
Audio initialization
60h
•
External Cache sizing
•
External Cache testing(SRAM & Controller)
•
Enable internal cache if necessary
•
Enable external cache if necessary
•
Reset KB device
20h
64h
•
E-2
Check KB status
Note: The keyboard LEDs should flash once.
Service Guide
Table E-1
POST Checkpoint List (Continued)
Checkpoint
Description
•
Reset pointing device
•
Check pointing device
70h
•
Parallel port testing
74h
•
Serial port testing
78h
•
Math Coprocessor testing
80h
•
Set security status
84h
•
KB device initialization
7Ch
•
•
Set KB led upon setup requests
Note: If keyboard Number Lock is enabled, the NumLock LED (if present) should be
turned on.
Enable KB device
6Ch
•
88h
•
89h
•
90h
•
Display POST status if necessary
•
Change POST mode to default text mode
93h
•
Rehook int1c for quiet boot
94h
•
Initialize expansion ROM
•
Shadow I/O ROM if setup requests
•
Build up free expansion ROM table
A4h
•
Initialize security feature
A8h
•
Setup SMI parameters
A0h
•
Initialize Timer counter for DOS use
AAh
•
m1523 modify
ACh
•
Enable NMI
•
Enable parity checking
•
Set video mode
•
Power-on password checking
•
Display configuration table
•
Clear memory buffer used for POST
•
Select boot device
B0h
FDD testing & parameter table setup
Note: The FDD LED should flash once and its head should be positioned
HDD testing & parameter table setup
Get CPU MUX
Note: This routine is to identify the user-set CPU frequency, not CPU-required
frequency
BIOS POST Checkpoints
E-3