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First Edition, August 2003 Fourth Edition, June 2006 Document Number 344318-004 Cables 1 Diskette drive cable (168999-005) 337244-001 2 UATA data cable, single device 346948-001*⌧ 407301-001 + UATA data cable, single device for ODD or second HDD 337247-001*⌧ 407302-001 3 Power switch/LED cable with switch holder 337243-001*⌧ 407303-001 + Wireless LAN antenna (use with 332963-001) 333365-001*⌧ 4 Powered USB card cable (use with 337069-001 or 398879-001) 289574-001*⌧ 407306-001 +Not shown *See Requirement below Miscellaneous Parts Standard and Optional Boards System Unit 1 Chassis assembly not spared 2 Power supply, 185W, PFC 308617-001*⌧ 397124-001 3 Computer access panel 280164-001*⌧ 431921-001 4 Front bezel assembly 346947-001 1 Front bezel assembly 346947-001 1 System board with alcohol pad and thermal grease 337070-001*⌧ 350325-001*⌧ 398878-001 + Diskette drive bay bezel blank 337019-001 2 5.25” Bay bezel blank 335937-001 2 Backplane (riser board without tray) 323090-001*⌧ 398778-001 3 Speaker with housing 337249-001*⌧ 398777-001 3 Powered USB card 337069-001*⌧ 398879-001 4 Heatsink with fan, thermal grease and alcohol pad 336580-001*⌧ 407307-001 5 Chassis fan 342685-001*⌧ 407304-001 + System board tray with 2nd serial port 353055-001*⌧ 407305-001 + Mouse, 2-Button, PS/2 with scroll wheel 323614-001*⌧ 390937-001 Memory Modules 4 128 MB 333 MHz DDR, PC3200 314795-001*⌧ + 256 MB 333 MHz DDR, PC3200 314793-001*⌧ 407309-001 + 512 MB 333 MHz DDR, PC3200 314796-001*⌧ 407310-001 + 1.0 GB 333 MHz DDR, PC3200 314794-001*⌧ 407311-001 Intel Processors with alcohol pad and thermal grease + 5 + Mouse, 2-Button, optical 390938-001 + Misc screw kit, includes: 337237-001 M3 x 5mm, hitop (247348-001) 4 ea Celeron 2.0 GHz/400 MHz processor 346949-001*⌧ 417346-001 #6-32 x .250, hitop (192308-001) 8 ea Celeron 2.5 GHz/400 MHz processor 344056-001*⌧ 417347-001 #6-32 x .312, hitop (192308-002) 4 ea Pentium 2.0 GHz/400 MHz processor 309578-001*⌧ 417348-001 Pentium 2.4 GHz/533 MHz processor 288689-001*⌧ 417345-001 Pentium 2.8 GHz/533 MHz processor 305051-001*⌧ 417349-001 Other Cards #6-32 x .250, pan head (101517-067) 3 ea #6-32 x .312, pan head (101346-068) 2 ea #6-19 x .315, T15 head, Plastite (331310-001) 2 ea + External USB Flash Drive, 64 MB 331465-001*⌧ + External USB Flash Drive, 128 MB 331466-001*⌧ + Powered serial port cover 353054-001 + Real-time-clock battery 153099-001 + nVidia Quadro4 100 NVS, PCI, 32 MB, ATX bkt 322892-001*⌧ + Mass Storage Devices Wireless LAN PCI Adapter (802.11) wo/cable -001 = Rest of World w/antenna -002 = North America w/antenna 332963-001*⌧ 391866-001 391866-002 1 Diskette drive, w/out bracket, with mounting screws 333505-001*⌧ 392415-001 nVidia Quadro4 280 NVS, PCI, 64 MB 351384-001*⌧ 398686-001 Keyboards (not illustrated) 2 40 GB\5400 RPM PATA Hard drive 411960-001 Modem, v.92, PCI 239411-001*⌧ 398661-001 PS/2, Basic + 80 GB\7200 RPM PATA Hard drive 411961-001 3 48X CD-ROM drive with mounting screws 340430-001*⌧ 397130-001 + 48/32/48X CD-RW Drive + 48/32/48+16X CD/DVD Drive 405425-001 + 16/40X DVD ROM Drive 325313-001*⌧ 405761-001 + 16X DVD+/-RW Drive +Not shown 395272-001 405760-001 + +Not shown * See Requirement below Notes: ⌧ Original Spare Modified Spare REQUIREMENT: For customers in countries/regions with RoHS legislation* (e.g. EU, China, etc.) restricting the use of hazardous substances in electrical equipment. The use of the Original Spare part is regulated by RoHS legislation. If your unit contains a part that is labelled with the Modified Spare number, the Modified Spare must be ordered as the replacement part. If your unit contains a part that is labelled with the Original Spare number, please order the Original Spare as the replacement part. In this case either the Original Spare or the Modified Spare may be shipped which will not affect performance or functionality of the unit. *Directive 2002/95/EC restricts the use of lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, PBBs and PBDEs in electronic products. Countries/regions outside the EU, e.g. China, are introducing similar legislation. References to ‘RoHS legislation’ means requirements of Directive 2002/95/EC or similar substance restrictive legislation enacted by any country/region outside the EU. or similar substance restrictive legislation enacted by any country/ region outside the EU. +Not shown *See Requirement below 346984-001*⌧ 382925-xxx Danish -081 Italian French -051 LA Spanish -161 French Arabic -DE1 Spanish -071 French Canadian -121 Swiss -111 Greek -041 United Kingdom -031 Hebrew -BB1 U.S. -001 International** -B31 +Not shown *See Requirement below -061 Clearing CMOS The computer's configuration (CMOS) may occasionally be corrupted. If it is, it is necessary to clear the CMOS memory using jumper JBAT 1. To clear and reset the configuration, perform the following procedure: 1. Prepare the computer for disassembly. Ä 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. CAUTION: The power cord must be disconnected from the power source before pushing the Clear CMOS Button (NOTE: All LEDs on the board should be OFF). Failure to do so may damage the system board Remove the access panel. Move the CMOS jumper JBAT 1 from pins 1-2 to pins 2-3. After 60 seconds, move the jumper back to pins 1-2. Replace the access panel. Turn the computer on and run F10 Computer Setup (Setup-utility) to reconfigure the system. Disabling or Clearing the Power-On and Setup Passwords 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. System Board Connectors and Jumpers (position of some untitled components may vary in location) AGP 1 AGP slot (for powered USB card only) J12V_SEL 1** 12V Jumper for COM 1# BAT 1 Battery J12V_SEL 2** 12 V Jumper for COM 2# C_FAN 1 CPU fan J12V_SEL 3** 12 V Jumper for COM 3# COM 2 Flying serial port J12V_SEL 4** 12 V Jumper for COM 4# CONN1 Main power (20 pin) JBAT 1* CMOS jumper DDR 1 Memory socket 1 JPW 1 CPU regulator power (4 pin) DDR 2 Memory socket2 JPWD 1 Password jumper FLOPPY Diskette drive JUSB1* Signal connector for powered USB card F_P 1 Front panel power switch/LED PCI 1 PCI slot 1 J5V_SEL 1** 5V Jumper for COM 1# PRIMARY Primary IDE J5V_SEL 2** 5V Jumper for COM 2# S_FAN 1 Chassis fan J5V_SEL 3** 5V Jumper for COM 3# SECONDARY Secondary IDE J5V_SEL 4** 5V Jumper for COM 4# U3 Processor socket Turn off the computer and any external devices, and disconnect the power cord from the power outlet. Remove the access panel. Locate the header and jumper labeled JPWD1. Remove the jumper from pins 1 and 2. Place the jumper over pin 2 only, in order to avoid losing it. Replace the access panel. Plug in the computer and turn on power. Allow the operating system to start. NOTE: Placing the jumper on pin 2 clears the current passwords and disables the password features. To re-enable the password features, repeat steps 1-3, then replace the jumper on pins 1 and 2. Repeat steps 5-6, then establish new passwords. Refer to the Computer Setup (F10 Setup) instructions to establish new passwords. Heat Sink Removal - Early Models #See instructions below *Default = pins 1-2 **Default = pins 2-3 System hardware Interrupts IRQ System Function IRQ System Function 0 Timer Interrupt 8 Real-Time Clock 1 Keyboard 9 Unused 2 Interrupt Controller Cascade 10 Serial Port (COM C) 3 Serial Port (COM B) 11 Unused, available for PCI 4 Serial Port (COM A) 12 Mouse 5 Serial Port (COM D) 13 Coprocessor 6 Diskette Drive 14 Primary ATA (IDE) Controller 7 Parallel Port (LPT 1) 15 Secondary ATA (IDE) Controller Computer Diagnostic LEDs (on front of computer) LED Color LED Activity State/Message Powered Serial Ports (Powered serial ports ship with blue plastic caps on them for easy identification) Pin No. RS-232 Signal Direction Notes 1 DCD Input May be configured for either 0V or +12V. 2 RxD Input 3 TxD Output 4 DTR Output 5 SG Signal gnd 6 DSR Input Power Green On (S0) Computer on 7 RTS Output Power Green 1 blink every 1 second (S1) Suspend Mode 8 CTS Input Power Green 1 blink every 1 second (S3) Suspend to RAM 9 RI Input Power Green Off (S4) Suspend to Disk (if applicable) Power Clear Off (S5) Computer off Power Red On Power Supply failure Power Red* 2 blinks 1 second apart CPU thermal shutdown Power Red On CPU not installed Power Red* 1 blink every 2 seconds Power supply overload ( crow bar) Power Red* 5 blinks 1 second apart No memory Power Red* 6 blinks 1 second apart No graphics Power Red* 7 blinks 1 second apart System board failure (detected prior to video) Power Red* 8 blinks 1 second apart Invalid ROM Hard Drive Green Blinking Hard drive activity *Blinking codes are repeated after a 2 second pause. Keyboard Diagnostic LEDs, PS/2 Keyboards Only LED Color LED Activity State/Message Num, Caps, Scroll Lock Green On (Rising Tone) ROM reflashed successfully Num Lock Green On ROMPaq diskette not present, is bad, or drive not ready.* Caps Lock Green On Enter password. Num, Caps, Scroll Lock Green Blink On in sequence, one at a time - N, C, SL Keyboard locked in network mode * Insert valid ROMPaq diskette in drive A. Turn power switch off, then on to reflash ROM. If ROM flash is successful, all three keyboard LEDs will light up, and you will hear a rising tone series of beeps. Remove diskette and turn power off, then on to restart the computer. For more information about flashing the ROM, refer to the Troubleshooting guide. Computer Setup (F10) Utility Features (not all features may be available) File System Information About Set Time and date Save to Diskette Restore From Diskette Set defaults and Exit Ignore Changes and Exit Save Changes and Exit Storage Device Configuration Options IDE DPS Self-Test Controller Order Boot Order Security Setup Password Power-On Password Password Options Smart Cover Smart Sensor DriveLock Master Boot Record Security Save Master Boot Record Restore Master Boot Record Device Security Network Service Boot System IDs Advanced Power-On Options Onboard devices PCI Devices Bus Options Device Options PCI VGA Configuration Note: See Computer Setup (F10) Utility Guide on the Documentation Library CD. Jumper Settings May be configured for either 0V or +5V.