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LEVEL 1-1
Notebook System Level 1
Training Material
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Ver. 4.0
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Overview
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Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Testing/ Repair Flow Chart
Customer Induced Damage (CID) Criteria
NB Test Tools
Visual Inspection
Plug Fixture
Updating BIOS
Windows Testing Program
Seagate HDD Test Program
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Chapter 1
Testing/ Repair flow chart
4
Test flow chart
Check Model Name
FAIL
Visual Inspection
L2 Repair
OK
Plug Fixture
Update BIOS
NO
BIOS Is The
Newest Version?
Yes
FAIL
DOS Function Test
OK
FAIL
OS Function Test
OK
Key Out
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Repair Flow Chart
Receive
Unpack
Key In
YES
Out of Warranty
Confirm with the
Customer to repair
NO
YES
L1 Key In
Repair
NO
Fail
Final Test
Key Out
Pack
Ship
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Chapter 2
Customer Induced Damage (CID) Criteria
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CID&OOW Service Process Basic Flow Chart
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CID for Hinge Problem Flow Chart
The flow chart is for hinge problem which is in warranty.
Hinge Problem
Obvious Scratch &
Broken on surface
CID case
No obvious
scratch & broken
on surface
In warranty
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Surface – Painting Peel Off
1
2
3
Damage
Painting peel off
[Figure1-5]
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Comments
LCD bezel or top case
worn or painting peel off
LCD cover or bottom
case worn or painting
peel off
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Repair Way
Exchange Parts
In
Warranty
Out of
Warranty
Exchange or
thicken the rubber
-
Free
Charge
-
Exchange related parts
Charge
Charge
-
Exchange related parts
Charge
Charge
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Surface - Broken
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6
Damage
Broken
[Figure 6-14]
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9
8
Comments
Not caused by hit or
droped
Caused by hit or dropped
or customer induced
Repair Way
Exchange Parts
In
Warranty
Out of
Warranty
TBD
-
-
-
Exchange related
parts
-
Charge
Charge
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Surface - Broken
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12
13
14
12
Keyboard
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Damage
Repair Way
Exchange Parts
In
Warranty
Out of
Warranty
Keycap drop off
Reinstall (If user
preserves the
keycap)
-
Free
Free
Keycap drop off
-
Charge
Charge
Comments
Keycap drop off
[Figure 15]
Exchange the keyboard
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Keyboard – Oxidation
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Damage
Keyboard
Oxidation
[Figure 16-17]
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Comments
Liquid soak into the
keyboard and the top
case.
Repair Way
Exchange Parts
In
Warranty
Out of
Warranty
-
Exchange the parts
which was soaked by
the liquid
Charge
Charge
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Keyboard - Broken
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Damage
KeycapTwist
[Figure 18-20]
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Repair Way
Exchange Parts
In
Warranty
Out of
Warranty
Keycap twisted heated
by the outside
-
Exchange the keyboard
Charge
Charge
Keycap twisted by other
reasons
TBD
-
-
-
Comments
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Keyboard / Touch Pad Abraded
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Damage
Keyboard or
Touch Pad
abraded
[Figure 21-24]
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Repair Way
Exchange Parts
In
Warranty
Out of
Warranty
Keyboard or Touch Pad
was polished by the
abrasion.
-
Exchange the keyboard
or Touch Pad
Charge
Charge
The sign on the
keyboard or Touch Pad
was drop off
-
Exchange the keyboard
or Touch Pad
Charge
Charge
Comments
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Adapter– Surface Damaged
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Damage
Adapter surface
damaged
[Figure 25-26]
Comments
Adapter surface has
water mark or melted or
broken.
Repair Way
Exchange Parts
In
Warranty
Out of
Warranty
-
Exchange the adapter
Charge
Charge
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Adapter – Cable Damaged
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Damage
Adapter Cable
damaged
[Figure 27-30]
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Comments
Cable broken and the
plastic outside abraded
Repair Way
Exchange Parts
In
Warranty
Out of
Warranty
-
Exchange the adapter
Charge
Charge
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Adapter – Label Damaged
Label Damaged
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Damage
Comments
Repair Way
Exchange Parts
In
Warranty
Out of
Warranty
Adapter label
damaged
[Figure 31]
Label removed, scribbled
or damaged seriously
-
Exchange the adapter
Charge
Charge
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Mouse – Surface Damaged
Surface damaged
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Damage
Comments
Repair Way
Exchange Parts
In
Warranty
Out of
Warranty
Surface
Damaged
[Figure 32]
The surface of the
mouse split or damaged.
-
Exchange the mouse
Charge
Charge
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Mouse – Cable damaged
Cable
twisted
Wire
broken
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33
Damage
Cable Damaged
[Figure 33-34]
Comments
Cable twisted or wire
broken
Repair Way
Exchange Parts
In
Warranty
Out of
Warranty
-
Exchange the mouse
Charge
Charge
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Mouse – Label Damaged
Label tear
up by
customer
Label damaged
and
disassembled
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Damage
Label Damaged
[Figure 35-36]
Comments
Label tear up by
customer or
disassembled after
damaged
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Repair Way
Exchange Parts
In
Warranty
Out of
Warranty
-
Exchange the mouse
Charge
Charge
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ODD – Mechanical Damaged
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Damage
Mechanical
Damaged
[Figure 37]
Comments
The hook broken,
damaged or missed so
that the ODD couldn’t
read the disk.
Repair Way
Exchange Parts
In
Warranty
Out of
Warranty
-
Exchange the ODD
Charge
Charge
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ODD – Mechanical Damaged
ODD tray out of shape
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ODD bracket broken
Damage
Mechanical
Damaged
[Figure 38-40]
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Comments
Includes: ODD bracket
broken, ODD tray out of
shape, data cable
damaged, etc.
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Repair Way
Exchange Parts
In
Warranty
Out of
Warranty
-
Exchange the ODD
Charge
Charge
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ODD
Separate from the main machine and damage
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Damage
Comments
Repair Way
Exchange Parts
In
Warranty
Out of
Warranty
Separate from
the main
machine
[Figure 41]
ODD separates from the
main machine, data
cable damaged
-
Exchange the ODD
Charge
Charge
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LCD
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Damage
Comments
Repair Way
Charge
LCD Broken
[Figure 42-43]
Panel crack and mural are
considered caused by drop, press or
misuse
Replace the panel
Yes
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Machine Oxidation
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Damage
Liquid inside
[Figure 44-45]
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Comments
It may be caused by misuse, ex:
(a) Customer try to self-repair and use wrong
way to clean to get the oxygenation.
(b) 潑Splashed by liquid.
Repair Way
Check other parts and
complete function first.
Replace the damage parts
Charge
Yes
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Machine Burned
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Damage
Comments
Repair Way
Charge
NB Burned
[Figure 46-47]
Require to check the cause of such
case carefully and seriously. If unable
to judge the endures responsibility,
please feedback to ASUS HQ.
Replace the hole NB
TBD
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Chapter 3
NB Test Tools
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ASUS NB Test Tools
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ASUS NB Test Tools
TOOLING BAG :16-000500007
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Chapter 4
Visual Inspection
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Visual Inspection Manner
1.1
Top
Left
1.2
Right
Left
Right
Bottom
 1.Method and sequence for appearance inspection
 (1)Take down notes while reading:
 While inspecting, the operator’s focus need to follow by their hand.
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Back Cover & Shake LCD
2.1
1.Check if the scratch, stain, paint, bright line of LCD cover are under
inspection spec.
2.Tear LCD back cover Mylar.
2.2
1.Shake LCD module 3 times to check if hinges have some noise.
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Check Bottom Case
3.1
3.2
1.Checking if the gap in the bottom
case is under spec.
2.Check bottom case appearance
that scratch, stain, print, color
different, spray paint defector
others appearance need to tally
with inspection standard.
3.Check battery latch function well.
4.Check hole of speaker and DDR
door no foreign objects.
5.Check the top case Mylar and
battery Mylar are on NB, can‘t
permit they are oblique or loss.
6.Check business card folder is
stick on bottom case(for ASUS A3
series)
7.Check if scratch, stain, print,
bright line of bottom case are under
inspection spec.
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Check Border Area
4.1
1.Check if the scratch, stain, paint, bright line of front side are under
inspection spec.
2.Don’t tear bottom case IR lens Mylar.
4.2
1.Check if the scratch, stain, print, bright line of right side are under
inspection spec.
4.3
1.Check if the scratch, stain, paint, bright line of rear side are under
inspection spec.
2.Tear LCD back cover Mylar.
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Check Inside Cover
5.1
5.2
1.Check if the scratch, stain, paint, bright line of left side under inspection spec.
2.Checking if there is any foreign object inside each jack of NB left side.
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Check Gap & Device
6.1
6.2
1.Checking if the gap between LCD module and top case is under spec.
2.Checking if the scratch or pant off on the NB front side is under spec.
3.Checking if there is any foreign object inside each jack of NB left side.
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Check LCD Surface & Rubber
7.1
1.Confirm if there is scratch on the LCD panel.
2.Checking the gap between LCD panel and LCD bezel is under spec.
3.Confirm if LCD panel is glare.
7.2
1.Confirm if there are 4 Mylar & 4 rubbers on the LCD bezel.
2.Check printing logo on LCD bezel.
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Check PCMCIA & Top Case
8.1
1.Check if the PCMCIA push button function well.
8.2
1.Checking if there are Windows, Intel inside label, ATI label, CSR label,
TNT label, Dolby label, Spec label, Promotion label had stuck on the top
case.
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Check Function Button
9.1
Important
1.Checking if the power button and fast key works smoothly. Checking if
the gap, scratch, painting off, color difference or others surface defect of
button are under standard.
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Check Keyboard
Important
10.1
10.2
Important
Important
1.Checking if the K/B right side cannot saw VAG thermal module.
2.Make sure K/B and K/B cover wedge in top case and GAP under spec.
3.Use the palm of both hands to hit lightly K/B and make sure key of K/B
have not floating, missing, noise and moving.
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Check Bottom Case & Charge Pin
11.1
1.Checking if the gap, scratch, stain, painting off, color difference or
others surface defect of bottom case are under standard.
2.Checking if the battery can slide smoothly and functioning.
11.2
1.Checking the gap between hinge covers and top case are under spec.
2.Checking if the scratch or pant off on the NB back side is under spec.
3.Checking if there is any foreign object inside each jack of NB right side.
4.Checking if there are 2 screws Mylar in the bottom case.
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Check Battery & Warranty Label
12.1
For ASUS
For
HITACHI(OEM)
Label cannot stuck over frame.
12.2
Check machine model
number Name EX:W5AE
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Check All Label & Cotton Paper
13.1
1.Confirm that number of 90 S/N pasted on machine is the same with on
traveling card on bottom case.
2.Take the label-checking Mask putting on bottom case.
13.2
Put a anti-dust on the keyboard.
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Chapter 5
Plug Fixture
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Plug Fixture
1
2
1. Connect LAN Loop Back Plug
2. Put Test CD into ODD and reboot to
run ASUS NB pretest programs
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Plug Fixture
3
4
3. Connect USB port plug.
4. Connect MS PRO card plug.
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Chapter 6
Updating BIOS
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Flashing BIOS introduction
Preparation
Flashing BIOS in Operating System
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Flashing BIOS in DOS mode
Flashing BIOS in BIOS setup utility
Jig Board
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Flashing BIOS Introduction
Updating BIOS could be the first option for the troubleshooting of the
Notebook PC because the new BIOS revision will solve some
problems. (Read the BIOS release information provided on the
download site before using.)
Four ways to flashing BIOS:
Software:
1. Win flash in Operating System
2. A flash in NBDOS
3. Easy Flash in BIOS SETUP UTILITY
Hardware:
4. Jig Board3
Warning:
Careless updating can result in your Notebook PC having more
problems.
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Preparation
Before starting flashing BIOS, please plug in the
adapter so as to avoid the power off in the flashing
process, which will lead to the BIOS flashing failure.
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Flashing BIOS in Operating System
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Precondition
Two preconditions mentioned before starting to update the BIOS in OS:
1. Download the exact BIOS files from the ASUS website
• Before starting updating BIOS in OS, please verify the NB model
then download the corresponded BIOS files from the ASUS website.
• The BIOS file can be found in the website as below:
http://www.asus.com
2. Please ensure the updating program ‘Winflash Utility’ has been
installed in your NB before you start BIOS updating.
The program can be installed from the Driver & Utility CD.
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Flashing BIOS in Operating System
1. Open the program “Winflash”
Click Start\All Programs\ASUS Utility\Winflash\Winflash V2.25
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Flashing BIOS in Operating System
2. Select and open the BIOS files downloaded from the website.
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Flashing BIOS in Operating System
3. Confirm the BIOS information is correct and press “Flash” button to start.
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Flashing BIOS in Operating System
4. The system would shut down automatically and reboot again to enter the
easy flash interface to start flashing the BIOS.
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Flashing BIOS in Operating System
5. Erasing BIOS
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Flashing BIOS in Operating System
6. Flashing BIOS
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Flashing BIOS in Operating System
7. Verify BIOS. After flash successfully, the system would shut down
automatically.
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Flashing BIOS in Operating System
8. Please restart and enter the BIOS setup interface to Load User Defaults.
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Warning
• The model is not matching
• The version is not the
latest or older than the BIOS
In these two situations, the
BIOS could not be updated.
The message would show
and the “Flash” button
would not be activable.
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Downgrade BIOS
Description:
With the new version of the BIOS, some functions would be
disabled. In this case, downgrade BIOS would be adapted.
For the WINFLASH grogram could only upgrade BIOS, one
command should be run before the downgrade.
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Downgrade BIOS
1. Enter into the DOS mode in OS
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Downgrade BIOS
2. Run “winflash /nodate” in the DOS mode
(The path is as below)
2
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Downgrade BIOS
3. Choose the BIOS image file.
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Downgrade BIOS
4. Start to Downgrade.
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Downgrade BIOS
5. The system would shut down automatically and reboot again to enter the
easy flash interface to start flash the BIOS.
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Downgrade BIOS
6. Erasing BIOS
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Downgrade BIOS
7. Flashing BIOS
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Downgrade BIOS
8. Verify BIOS. After flash successfully, the system would shut down
automatically.
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Downgrade BIOS
9. Please restart and enter the BIOS setup interface to Load User Defaults.
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Flashing BIOS in NBDOS
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Preparation
 Download the BIOS image files from the SIP
website (As it mentioned in the flashing BIOS
in OS)
 Prepare a USB DOS booting flash disk with
the “AFLASH2.EXE” program and the BIOS
image files in.
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Flashing BIOS in NBDOS
1. Booting from the USB to enter into the NBDOS
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Flashing BIOS in NBDOS
2. Select aflash2.exe to run updating BIOS grogram
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Flashing BIOS in NBDOS
3. Select <2.update BIOS to new version>
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Flashing BIOS in NBDOS
4. Input file name of new BIOS
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Flashing BIOS in NBDOS
5. Confirm the new BIOS name and make sure to start flashing
In this stage, please carefully check the model and version is correct then enter “Y” to
continue, otherwise the system will flash a wrong BIOS which will cause the problem
of no boot.
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Flashing BIOS in NBDOS
6. Erasing BIOS
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Flashing BIOS in NBDOS
7. Flashing BIOS
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Flashing BIOS in NBDOS
8. Verify BIOS
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Flashing BIOS in NBDOS
9. Complete Flashing and EXIT
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Flashing BIOS in NBDOS
10. Restart the PC and enter into the BIOS SETUP UTILITY to check the BIOS
info.
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Flashing BIOS in BIOS SETUP UTILITY
Description:
For the computer with the Napa platform and the latter one, BIOS updating
could be completed directly in the BIOS setup interface.
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Flashing BIOS in BIOS SET UTILITY
1. Press F2 to enter the BIOS SETUP Interface to start the flashing. The
procedure is as below:
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Flashing BIOS in BIOS SET UTILITY
2. Start to Easy Flash
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Flashing BIOS in BIOS SET UTILITY
3. Select the BIOS file path
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Flashing BIOS in BIOS SET UTILITY
3. Confirm to update BIOS
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Flashing BIOS in BIOS SET UTILITY
4. Erasing BIOS
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5. Flashing BIOS
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Flashing BIOS in BIOS SET UTILITY
6. Verify BIOS
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Flashing BIOS in BIOS SET UTILITY
7. Restart the PC and enter into the BIOS SETUP UTILITY to check the
BIOS info.
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Flashing BIOS by Jig Board3
Description:
This is a tool for flashing BIOS. The other three ways introduced
before is for the software. In the case of failure flashing BIOS by
software, which would cause no boot, the BIOS could be flashed
by another tool – JIG BOARD3.
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Overview
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Overview
CN1
USB connector.
CN2
GND connector.
BTN1
Main power button.
BTN2
RESET button
BTN3
Start button.
BTN4
Function button.
LED1
Software On Power LED.
LED2
Good, Fail, Busy, PWR LED
LED3
Function indicator LED
LED4
Message ID LED indicator.
SW1
Function Switch
U1
SPI Flash IC
J301
UP connect connector
J302
Down connect connector
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Notebook Supported
The JIG Board3 ONLY supports the notebook PC whose EC chip is ITE.
(This list didn’t included all the unit but an example.)
A
A3AC
A3FC
A3FP
A3H
A3HF
A6F
A6RP
A6HF
A7C
A7CD
A7J
A7F
A7P
A7S
A8E
A8S
A8SC
A9RP
C
C90S
F
F3SA
F3SC
F3SV
F3SE
F9DC
F9E
F9S
F2F
F2HF
F2J
F2JE
F3F
F3H
F3P
F3JA
F3JC
F3JP
F3JR
F3JM
F3JV
F3M
F3T
F3TC
F3U
F5R
F5M
F9F
F9J
G
R
G1S
G2S
G2P
R1E
R1F
T
T12EG
T12FG
T12FF
T12FH
T12FV
T12H
T12J
T12J3
T12JG
T12RG
T12RV
TRSA
T11F
T11J
T11JA
T11JB
T11JL
T12RV
T12MG
T12MV
T12UV
T13FG
T13FV
T13MV
T19F
T19H
T19R
V
VX2S
V2JE
W
W2S
W7S
W7E
W1JB
U
U1F
X
X51R
Z
Z37E
Z84J
Z96S
Z62F
Z62FP
Z62FM
Z62J
Z62JM
Z84F
Z84FM
Z91FR
Z94RP
Z96F
Z96FM
Z96H
Z96HM
Z96J
Z96JM
Z96JP
Z96JS
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Flashing BIOS with JIG Board3
Update BIOS binary file to JIG3
1. Connect USB cable from CN1 to your PC’s USB connector. Set SW1 to
0000. Then press POWER button to turn on power. (Power LED will turn
on) Please also check LED4 will show 00.
SW1
1
CN1
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2. Run ASUS Winflash Utility. Check the USB Device ‘ASUS JIG3’ is plug in
and ready to flash. If all is ready, press the button to load and press
“Autoburn” to burn the BIOS file.
2
3
Check Point
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Flashing BIOS with JIG Board3
3. When the burning is done, press POWER button again to turn
off the main power.
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Flashing BIOS with JIG Board3
Upload the target board’s BIOS ROM
1. Remove the battery and the power supply of the target board.
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Flashing BIOS with JIG Board3
2. Connect the USB cable from CN1 to your PC’s USB connector. ( Make
sure here the PC is not the target board while is another PC to support the
power to the JIG board3.)
CN1
2
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Flashing BIOS with JIG Board3
3. Connect FPC cable from J301(UP connect) or J302(Down connect) to your
target board’s keyboard connector, choosing J301 or J302 by target board
connector type. Make sure JIG3 J30x’s Pin1 is connected to keyboard
connector’s Pin1 of the target board.
J301
J302
Pin1
3
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Flashing BIOS with JIG Board3
4. Use a USB cable to make common ground between JIG3 and
target board. Connect JIG3 CN2 to the USB port of target board and
make sure all power sources was removed from target board.
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Flashing BIOS with JIG Board3
5. Set DIP to “1000” and turn on JIG3 Power.LED4 will show 01.
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Flashing BIOS with JIG Board3
6. Make sure JIG3 is on and the finally connection is the power adapter into
the target board.
Don’t
power on
the target
board
before
JIG3
POWER
ON.
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Flashing BIOS with JIG Board3
7. Wait until busy LED off and press Start button. Update will be start. Wait
for a few second, LED4 show “88” and Good LED in LED2 is on. Remove
power supply from target board. Turn off JIG3 power.
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Message ID List
Message
Process
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KBS test fail
10
20~2F
Flash erase
Flash Check
Flash
Programming
Flash Verify
Flash Error
Bios file error
Flash
successfully
Bootloader
Error
30~3F
40~4F
CC
DD
88
4F
Note
The scenario will influence by the following
conditions:
The JIG Board crisis recovery data
structure did not match the target keyboard
connector define.
The target system has other power sources
before JIG3 turn on.
Could not detect Flash
Need update JIG3 Firmware.
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SPI Extend Card Overview
Description:
This tool can support JIG Board3 to flash BIOS on Compal machines.
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SPI Extend Card Overview
The JIG Board3 with SPI Extend Card ONLY supports the notebook PC
whose EC chip is ENE. (This list didn’t included all the unit but an
example.)
K series
K43BY
K53BY
K53U
K43U
K73BY
K43TA
K93SV
K73TA
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Flashing BIOS with JIG3 and SPI Card
Update BIOS binary file to Target via SPI extend card
1. Remove all power source (include battery and power supply) from target
board. Plug in SPI extend card to JIG3 extend port (CON301). Extend
card doesn’t support hotplug.
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2. Connect the USB cable from CN1 to your PC’s USB connector. Connect
FPC cable from SPI extend card to your target board’s keyboard connector,
make sure SPI extend card connect Pin1 is connected to target board’s
keyboard connector Pin1.
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Flashing BIOS with JIG3 and SPI Card
3. Use a USB cable connect GND between JIG3 CN2 and target
board USB port. Make sure all power sources was removed from
target board.
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Flashing BIOS with JIG3 and SPI Card
4. Set SW1 to 0000.
5. Press POWER button to turn on the power, power led will turn on.
Check LED4 will show 00.
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6. Run ASUS_WinFlash utility. The logo will show the project name that
has to connect target board and SPI extend card. If you didn’t connect it
yet, please exit the ASUS_WinFlash and go back to the step 1.
Check it
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Flashing BIOS with JIG3 and SPI Card
7. Check the USB Device “ASUS JIG3” is Plug-in and Flash of SPI extend
card.
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Chapter 7
Windows Testing Program
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Download WTP Program
Step 1: Login RMA Support Web and
click Test Program.
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Download WTP Program
Step 2: Follow the path and download WTP.
Scope:Models: EPC/NB/E-Pad
Applied OS: Windows XP/Vista/Win7
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Download WTP Program
Step 3: Update WTP BIOS TXT: The new Bios will be release every week.
Please download file and overwrite WTP BIOS_TXT to WTP \ bin \ conf \.
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Download WTP Program
Step 4: New Model WTP Setup for Update: The New Model WTP Setup-for update
will be release every week. It contains the WTP BIOS_TXT and new model profile.
Please download file and overwrite New Model WTP Setup-for update to WTP \
bin \.
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Set for WTP Program
Step 1: BIOS Setup: Press F2 to the BIOS when unit booting on, load Setup
Defaults and setup System Time/Date. Then enable all devices. Finally Save
Changes and Exit. (System will reboot)
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Set for WTP Program
Step 2: Product select : Since the program supports multiple different products.
Run “ConfigModel.exe” before “DiagEG.exe”.
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WTP Main Menu
Step 1: Run DiagEG.exe on desktop
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WTP Test Flow
This is a test process sample.
Test items need in accordance
with the actual function.
Start
Please scan S/N
Background Start
Please scan S/N again
WIFI Test
Please select your stage
LAN Test
Please input your ID
USB and Card Reader Test
Battery State Test
Memory Check
Internal Speaker and MIC Test
CPU Check
External Speaker and MIC Test
Webcam Auto Test
BIOS Version Check
Bluetooth Test
Full Screen Pattern Test
Fan Test
Keyboard Test
VGA Info Test
Touchpad and Keyboard Test
LED Check
Webcam Test
Instant Key Test
Fail Item Retest
Exit
Report
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WTP Main Interface
The next page will show each item.
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WTP Main Interface
Introduction for each item.
01. Print Result: Print out test result.
02. Run All: Run all the tests under Function tests.
03. Aging: Run aging programs.
04. Test Menu: Function test menu and Advance test menu.
05. Function Test: basic tests are accessible here and may be
executed separately.
06. Advance Test: for specific purposes are available here.
07. WTP Version: show WTP version.
08. System Information: Spec. and status are listed here for
reference.
09. Log folder: report save path. Select up-left window and save
button to change path.
10. Refresh: for an immediate update system information.
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WTP Test Interface
The next page will show each item.
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WTP Test Interface
Introduction for each item.
01. Test Result.
02. Test Time.
03. Error at where.
04. Error code.
05. Interactive Test state.
06. Background Test state.
07. Exit test program.
08. Current running inter active test.
09. Test state.
10. Test results are listed here:
a. Function tests determined by program and executed in the
background automatically.
b. Function tests require human judgment and executed manually.
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WTP Test Interface
The program runs two kinds of tests at the same time. Some of the
testing program can automatically detect what we call background
test. Test items will be in accordance with the specifications of
models change.
Single Test
Basic tests are accessible here and
may be executed separately
All Test
You can select “Run All” button to
test all function.
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Scan/Stage
Scan or key in the S/N, select the repair stage, type in the employee ID.
Scan the S/N of the product
(15-digit maximum)
Scan the S/N of the product
again.
Type in the your employee ID.
Select the stage and press OK.
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Battery Test
Please follow the instructions to plug or plug off adapter in 10 seconds.
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Internal Speaker and Microphone Test
1. You can press F10 to trigger a FAIL at any time.
2. Left channel test: Listen to the voice and press the number on the
keyboard.
3. Right channel test: Listen to the voice and press the number on the
keyboard.
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Internal Speaker and Media Test
4. Microphone Test: Please speak into microphone and press ok button
to recording.
Please listen to speaker and press ok button start
playing.
5. Manually press PASS, FAIL, and RETRY depending on the result.
If select “FAIL”, you must confirm again to avoid a wrong choice.
6. Media play test: You can test internal speaker noise by Media play test.
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External Audio Test
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BIOS Version Check
You can compare the older BIOS version and new version in screen. The
BIOS check list will release every week on SIP. Please overwrite
BIOS_TXT to WTP \ bin \ conf \ or overwrite New Model WTP Setup-for
update to WTP \ bin \.
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LCD Panel Test
Screen displays black, white and bands of color for examining the quality
of LCD panel. Please press space key for next test. Manually press
PASS, FAIL, and RETRY depending on the result. If select “FAIL”, you
must confirm again to avoid a wrong choice.
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Keyboard Test
Please select the language.
Click all the keys on the keyboard.
For [Fn] key on the left, press [Fn] and [Del].
For [Fn] key on the right, press [Fn] and [Ins].
If no key is pressed in 20 seconds, the test fails.
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Touchpad Test
Move the cursor to the gray blocks.
Try to test in different directions if by finger.
Scroll up and down with two fingers.
Two fingers to actually touch the Touchpad.
Scroll up and down in the middle.
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LED Test
Press “Next” button and watch the LED make sure they blink.
If the LED does not light up, press fail and may repeat the test again to
ensure the LED actually failed. Once the LED’s entire are checked,
press PASS button to end the test.
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Webcam Test
Once the image shows up, please wait 5 seconds to end the test. If
single test, please press space key to end the test. Manually press PASS,
FAIL, and RETRY depending on the result. If select “FAIL”, you must
confirm again to avoid a wrong choice.
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Instant Key Test
Press the instant keys and make sure the color turns from black to blue.
Once all the keys are checked, press PASS to end the test.
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Instant Key Test
Press the instant keys again to turn touch pad on.
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ODD Test
ODD Eject test: Need have ODD and only test eject function.
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LAN Test
Make sure the machine is (wired) connected directly to the test AP or
under the same network domain with the test AP.
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WIFI Test
Make sure to setup the AP with SSID as “tc_test” without encryption
before performing the test.
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USB/ Card Reader Test
To test the USB ports and card reader, make sure all the USB ports are
occupied with USB memory drives (USB Flash, USB mouse…etc).
Also, make sure a memory card is placed in the card reader.
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Bluetooth Test
Bluetooth start searching for other Bluetooth devices. Make sure there
are at least one Bluetooth device around is active.
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Fail Items Retry
If “Run All” has tested fail item, when finish all test, it will show below
screen. Please select “Retry” to test fail item again, or select “Cancel” to
ignore.
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Test Report
If all tests pass, it will show below picture. Press “Exit” button end of the
test program.
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Test Report
Test result is listed here with PASS or FAIL recorded. Press “Print” to
print out the result or “Close” to close the window. If you “Close”, report
will auto save. Please refer setup (10.2 Setting report save path).
Open file to check test result. (Test Report\Detailed report\SN.pdf).
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Advance Test
We provide an interface that can link to your favorite programs. Please
use the copyrighted program. We have provided a number of programs
available for your use. The following describes how to add and delete
programs.
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Aging Test
Aging test provides the function to set advanced test time. When the test
is completed the voice and message will appear to remind the user.
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Aging Test
Aging Screen:
Run Aging test and set the test time, and then start the test.
Press the “RUN” button to test, more detail please refer AsAging_SOP.
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Chapter 8
Seagate HDD Test Program
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Seagate HDD Test Program
Step 1: Download the Program from“Key Parts Test" on RMA Support
Website.
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Seagate HDD Test Program
Step 2: Check the HDD vender and SOP.
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Seagate HDD Test Program
Step 3: Prepare a bootable USB disk (pen drive) ,extract STI
Express Tool V13.RAR file and copy STI Express Tool V13 file to
bootable USB disk
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Seagate HDD Test Program
Step 4: Please insert bootable USB disk and boot from this disk.
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Seagate HDD Test Program
Step 5: Enter STI Express Tool V13 data folder, and then run
FDAUTO.BAT
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Seagate HDD Test Program
Step 6: There are four options
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1. Short Read test : Random read & Test time is in 30 mins;
2. Short Write test : Clear MBR sector to avoid Recovery system fail. If perform this
test, we must obtain the consent of customers.
3. Long Read test : Sequential read at all sectors.
4. Long Write test : All data on HDD will be erased, this test can repair the logical
bad sectors on HDD, but all data on HDD will be permanently erased. If perform
this test, we must obtain the consent of customers.
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Seagate HDD Test Program
Step 7: Select Long Read Test . Waiting for the test completed,
the test program will prompt “Press any key to continue”.
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Seagate HDD Test Program
Step 8: Press the key, the result as follows
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