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Welcome to the Maintenance & Service Guide (MSG)
for the
Compaq Prosignia 150.
This is an online guide designed to serve the needs of those whose job it is to
repair Compaq products.
Please first read the Notice which contains copyright and trademark
information.
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the serial number location for the unit.
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Preface
This Maintenance and Service Guide is a troubleshooting guide that can be used for reference when servicing the Compaq
Prosignia Series Portable Computers.
Compaq Computer Corporation reserves the right to make changes to the Compaq Prosignia Series Portable Computers
without notice.
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WARNING: Text set off in this manner indicates that failure to follow directions in the warning could result in
bodily harm or loss of life.
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equipment or loss of data.
IMPORTANT: Text set off in this manner presents clarifying information or specific instructions.
NOTE: Text set off in this manner presents commentary, sidelights, or interesting points of information.
Technician Notes
WARNING: Only authorized technicians trained by Compaq should repair this equipment. All troubleshooting
and repair procedures are detailed to allow only subassembly/module level repair. Because of the complexity
of the individual boards and subassemblies, the user should not attempt to make repairs at the component
level or to make modifications to any printed circuit board. Improper repairs can create a safety hazard. Any
indications of component replacement or printed circuit board modifications may void any warranty
Serial Number
When requesting information or ordering spare parts, the computer serial number should be provided to Compaq. The serial
number is located on the bottom of the computer.
Locating Additional Information
The following documentation is available to support this product:
● Compaq Prosignia Series Portable Computer documentation set
● Introducing Windows 98 Guide
● Service Training Guides
● Compaq Service Advisories and Bulletins
● Compaq QuickFind
● Compaq Service Quick Reference Guide
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Maintenance and Service Guide
Compaq Prosignia Series Series Portable Computer
First Edition (March 1999)
Compaq Computer Corporation
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This chapter covers the following specifications of Compaq Prosignia Series
Portable Computers. Click on a link to go to a particular specification:
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System Unit
System Interrupts
System DMA
System I/O
System Memory
Display
Memory Expansion
Battery Pack
Diskette Drive
Hard Drives
CD/DVD Drives
Modem
AC Adapter
Pin Assignments
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Increasing Battery Pack Operating Time
Battery pack operating time differs depending on several variables. To avoid unnecessary replacement, consider the
following variables when determining how long a charged battery pack should last:
● Power management settings
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Hardware configuration
Software applications
Installed options
Display brightness
Hard drive usage
Changes in operating temperature
Type and number of installed PC Cards
NOTE:
The power consumption requirements for PC Cards vary widely. Some cards drain the battery pack very
rapidly.
Battery pack operating time can be increased by as much as 50 percent by controlling the energy required by
the computer and the energy stored in the battery pack.
Minimizing the Energy Required
To minimize the energy required by the computer, follow these steps:
●
●
Set the power conservation levels in the Power Management utility to Maximum.
Customize the timeout value to work more efficiently with the applications. The amount of battery life
depends on the values selected.
Maximizing the Energy Stored
To maximize the energy stored in the battery pack, follow these guidelines:
● Condition the battery pack at least every 30 days to improve overall battery performance.
● Keep a battery pack in the computer when using it with AC power to supply the battery pack with a
constant trickle charge.
●
Store the battery pack in a cool, dry place when not in use.
Conditioning a Battery Pack
CAUTION: To avoid a loss of data, ensure that all data is saved before discharging a battery pack.
To condition a battery pack, complete the following steps:
1. Plug in the AC adapter and allow the battery to charge until the LED light on the display stops blinking.
Your battery gauge may read 100 percent for a period of time before LED light on the display stops
blinking. Do not unplug the AC adapter until the arrow disappears.
2. Unplug the AC adapter and allow the battery to drain until the computer reaches hibernation and turns
itself off. Do not plug in the AC adapter during this process or you will need to restart with Step
No. 1. You may use the computer while the battery is draining.
3. Your battery is re- conditioned.
4. Plug in the AC adapter and begin using the computer.
The table below shows the approximate battery pack charge times:
Approximate Battery Charge Time
Computer
On Line
Off Line
NiMH Battery Pack
4.0 hours premature
termination
2:00 hrs
Li ion Battery
Pack
4.5 hours premature
termination
2:50 hrs
Disposal of a Used Battery Pack
In the interest of safeguarding our environment. Compaq Computer Corporation recommends that nickel metal hydride
(NiMH) and lithium ion (Li ion) battery packs be recycled. Battery packs should be handled in accordance with country,
state, province, or local regulations.
CAUTION: Never attempt to open or service a battery pack. Opening a battery pack not only damages the
pack and makes it unusable, but also expose potentially harmful battery components.
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Models
Features &
Controls
Front Bezel
Buttons
Front Bezel
Lights
Left Side
Components
Right side
Components
Bottom of
Unit
Rear
Connectors
Power
Managing
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This section helps identify the number associated with each item(s) for the Compaq
Prosignia Series Portable Computers. These Numbers are used to order replacement
parts.
.
System Unit
Mass Storage Devices
Board Components
Cable Kit
Hardware Kit
Plastics Kit
Display Assembly
Miscellaneous Parts
Documentation &
Software
.
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>Preliminaries
This section covers troubleshooting information for the Compaq Prosignia
Series Portable Computers. The basic steps in troubleshooting include:
>Clearing
CMOS
1. Follow the Preliminary Steps.
>Power-on
Self-test
2. Run the Power-On Self-Test (POST).
>Compaq
Diagnostics
3. Follow the recommended actions described in the
diagnostic tables, if you are unable to run POST or if POST
displays an error message.
>Diagnostic
Error codes
>Test Utilities
>Solving
Minor
Problems
>Contacting
Compaq
*
When following the recommended actions in the Sections on
POST and Diagnostic Error Codes perform them in the order
listed. Rerun POST after each recommended action until the
problem is solved and no error message occurs. Once the
problem is solved, do not complete the remaining
recommended actions.
NOTE:
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If the problem is intermittent, check the computer
several times to verify that the problem is solved.
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Serial Number Location
This section explains the removal and replacement procedures for the computer.
*
>Preliminaries
>Serial
Number
Location
>Battery Pack
>Touchpad
Assembly
>Keyboard
>Heatspreader
>Processor
>Hard Drive
>CD/DVD
Drive
>Battery
Charger Board
>Modem
>Display
>CPU cover
>Speakers
>Diskette
Drive
>Fan
Assembly
>System
Board
>Dipswitch
Settings
>Memory
Module
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Report the
computer
serial
number
to Compaq
when
requesting
information
or ordering
spare
parts.
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Preliminaries
The following links are preliminary instructions which should be
read before continuing with the Removal & Replacement section of
this Guide. Please read the following pages before servicing your
computer:
Electrostatic Discharge
Service Considerations
Cables & Connectors
Preparing Computer for Disassembly
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Electrostatic Discharge
A sudden discharge of static electricity from a finger or other conductor can destroy
static-sensitive devices or microcircuitry. Often the spark is neither felt nor heard, but
damage occurs. An electronic device exposed to electrostatic discharge (ESD) may not
be affected at all and will work perfectly throughout a normal cycle. Although, it may
function normally for a while, then degrade in the internal layers, reducing its life
expectancy.
Networks built into many integrated circuits provide some protection, but in many
cases, the discharge contains enough power to alter device parameters or melt silicon
junctions.
Generating Static
The table shows how different activities generate static electricity and at different
electrostatic voltage levels.
Typical Electrostatic Voltages
Event
Relative Humidity
10%
40%
55%
Walking across
35,000 V 15,000
7,500 V
carpet
V
Walking across vinyl 12,000 V
5,000
3,000 V
floor
V
Motions of bench
6,000 V
800 V
400 V
worker
Removing DIPS from
2,000 V
700 V
400 V
plastic tubes
Removing DIPS from 11,500 V
4,000
2,000 V
vinyl trays
V
Removing DIPS from 14,500 V
5,000
3,500 V
Styrofoam
V
Removing bubble
26,000 V 20,000
7,000 V
pack from PCBs
V
Packing PCBs in
21,000 V 11,000
5,000 V
foam-lined box
V
NOTE: 700 volts can degrade a product.
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Service Considerations
Listed below are some of the considerations that you should keep in mind
during the disassembly and assembly of the computer:
Tool and Software Requirements
To service the computer, you need the following:
● Compaq screwdriver kit (Spare Part No. 161946-001)
● Torx T-9 screwdriverS
● 3/16-inch and 5mm nut drivers (for screwlocks and standoffs)
● Small, standard screwdriver
● Small, Phillips screwdriver
● Diagnostics software
Screws
The screws used in the computer are not interchangeable. If an incorrect screw is used
during the reassembly process, it can damage the unit. Compaq strongly recommends
that all screws removed during disassembly be kept with the part that was removed,
then returned to their proper locations.
IMPORTANT:
As each subassembly is removed from the computer, it should be
placed away from the work area to prevent damage.
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Cables & Connectors
Most cables used throughout the unit are ribbon cables. Cables must be handled with extreme care to avoid
damage. Apply only the tension required to seat or unseat the cables during insertion or removal from the
connector. Handle cables by the connector whenever possible. In all cases, avoid bending, twisting, or tearing
the cables, and ensure that the cables are routed in such a way that they cannot be caught or snagged by parts
being removed or replaced.
Cables
Use the following precautions when handling cables to avoid damage to the cable or computer:
● Always handle cables by their connectors.
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●
●
●
Avoid bending, twisting, or pulling on the cables.
Apply minimum required force when seating or unseating the cables from their connectors.
Place the cables in such a manner that they cannot be caught or snagged by parts being removed or
replaced.
Handle flex cables with extreme care; they can tear easily.
CAUTION: When servicing these computers, ensure that cables are placed in their proper location during
the reassembly process. Improper cable placement can cause severe damage to the unit.
Select the desired illustration:
Removing a Cable from a ZIF Connector.
The ribbon cable position for the 4.3-GB and 6.4-GB hard drive.
The ribbon cable position for the CD or DVD drive.
The ribbon cable position for the diskette drive.
The cable position for the speaker assembly.
Plastic Parts
Plastic parts can be damaged by the use of excessive force during disassembly and reassembly. When handling
the plastic parts, use care. Apply pressure only at the points designated in the maintenance instructions.
Continue with last Preliminary page:
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ZIF Connector
The computer uses a zero insertion force (ZIF)
connector for the keyboard cable to the system board.
To remove a cable from a ZIF connector, lift both
corners of the ZIF connector and slide simultaneously
with constant light force.
CAUTION: A ZIF connector and its
attached cable can be easily damaged.
Handle only the connector slide when
removing or replacing a cable. Never pull
or twist on the cable while it is
connected.
CAUTION: When servicing this
computer, ensure that cables are placed
in their proper location during the
reassembly process. Improper cable
placement can damage the computer.
Back to Cables and Connectors.
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Preparing the computer for Disassembly
Before beginning removal and replacement procedures, complete the following
procedures:
1. Disconnect AC power and any external devices.
2. Remove the battery pack.
3. Remove any PC Cards.
IMPORTANT:
The battery pack should be removed before performing any internal
maintenance on the computer.
WARNING: Metal objects can damage the battery pack as well as the
battery contacts in the battery compartment. To prevent damage, do not
allow metal objects to touch the battery contacts. Place only the battery pack
for the Compaq Prosignia Series Portable Computers into the battery
compartment. Do not force the battery pack into the bay if insertion does not
occur easily.
CAUTION: Do not crush, puncture, or incinerate the battery pack. Do not
open a battery pack, as this damages the pack, makes it unusable, and
exposes potentially harmful battery components. There are no
field-serviceable parts located inside the battery pack.
The Compaq Prosignia Series Portable Computers have several screws of
various sizes which are not interchangeable. Care must be taken during
NOTE: reassembly to ensure that the correct screws are used in their correct location.
During removal please keep respective screws with their associated
sub-assembly.
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*
>Preliminaries
>Serial
Number
Location
>Battery Pack
>Touchpad
Assembly
>Keyboard
>Heatspreader
>Processor
>Hard Drive
>CD/DVD
Drive
>Battery
Charger Board
>Modem
>Display
>CPU cover
>Speakers
>Diskette
Drive
>Fan
Assembly
>System
Board
>Dipswitch
Settings
>Memory
Module
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To remove
the battery
pack,
complete the
following
steps:
1. Slide the
battery pack
compartment
door down
and remove
it from the
battery pack.
Next Step
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*
>Preliminaries
>Serial
Number
Location
>Battery Pack
>Touchpad
Assembly
>Keyboard
>Heatspreader
>Processor
>Hard Drive
>CD/DVD
Drive
>Battery
Charger Board
>Modem
>Display
>CPU cover
>Speakers
>Diskette
Drive
>Fan
Assembly
>System
Board
>Dipswitch
Settings
>Memory
Module
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The palmrest cover
with touch pad
must be removed
to gain access to
any of the interior
components of the
computer, and it is
the first component
that has to be
removed to gain
access to the
interior
components.
It is not
necessary
to remove
the display
panel
NOTE: assembly to
access the
interior
components
of the
computer.
To remove the
palmrest cover with
touch pad,
complete the
following steps:
1. Prepare the
computer for
disassembly.
2. Close the
computer and turn
the computer
upside down.
3. Remove four
screws from the
bottom of the
computer.
Next Step
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*
>Preliminaries
>Serial
Number
Location
>Battery Pack
>Touchpad
Assembly
>Keyboard
>Heatspreader
>Processor
>Hard Drive
>CD/DVD
Drive
>Battery
Charger Board
>Modem
>Display
>CPU cover
>Speakers
>Diskette
Drive
>Fan
Assembly
>System
Board
>Dipswitch
Settings
>Memory
Module
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To remove
the keyboard,
complete the
following
steps:
1. Prepare
the computer
for
disassembly.
2. Remove
the palmrest
cover with
touch pad.
3. Gently lift
and turn the
keyboard
over allowing
it to rest on
top of the
palmrest
cover with
touchpad slot
opening.
4. Remove
the
heatspreader.
Next Step
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*
>Preliminaries
>Serial
Number
Location
>Battery Pack
>Touchpad
Assembly
>Keyboard
>Heatspreader
>Processor
>Hard Drive
>CD/DVD
Drive
>Battery
Charger Board
>Modem
>Display
>CPU cover
>Speakers
>Diskette
Drive
>Fan
Assembly
>System
Board
>Dipswitch
Settings
>Memory
Module
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To remove
the
heatspreader,
complete the
following
steps:
1. Prepare
the computer
for
disassembly.
2. Remove
the palmrest
cover with
touch pad.
3. Gently lift
and turn the
keyboard
over allowing
it to rest on
top of the
palmrest
cover with
touchpad slot
opening.
4. Remove
two screws
from the
heatspreader
and lift out of
the chassis.
To replace
the
heatspeader,
reverse the
previous
procedures.
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Processor
*
>Preliminaries
>Serial
Number
Location
>Battery Pack
>Touchpad
Assembly
>Keyboard
>Heatspreader
>Processor
>Hard Drive
>CD/DVD
Drive
>Battery
Charger Board
>Modem
>Display
>CPU cover
>Speakers
>Diskette
Drive
>Fan
Assembly
>System
Board
>Dipswitch
Settings
>Memory
Module
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To remove
the
processor,
complete the
following
steps:
1. Prepare
the computer
for
disassembly.
2. Remove
the palmrest
cover with
touch pad.
3. Remove
the keyboard.
4. Remove
the
heatspreader.
5. Insert a
small blade
screw driver
into the
bottom slot
opening on
the processor
and push
toward the
display to
release the
processor
from the
chassis slot.
6. Lift the
processor out
of the
processor
chassis slot.
Next Step
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4.3 GB or 6.4 GB Hard Drive
*
>Preliminaries
>Serial
Number
Location
>Battery Pack
>Touchpad
Assembly
>Keyboard
>Heatspreader
>Processor
>Hard Drive
>CD/DVD
Drive
>Battery
Charger Board
>Modem
>Display
>CPU cover
>Speakers
>Diskette
Drive
>Fan
Assembly
>System
Board
>Dipswitch
Settings
>Memory
Module
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To remove
the hard
drive,
complete
the following
steps:
1. Prepare
the
computer
for
disassembly.
2. Remove
the palmrest
cover with
touch pad.
3. Remove
the
keyboard.
4. Remove
two screws
from the
hard drive
mounting
bracket and
lift out the
hard drive
with drive
mounting
bracket
attached.
Next Step
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CD or DVD Drive
*
>Preliminaries
>Serial
Number
Location
>Battery Pack
>Touchpad
Assembly
>Keyboard
>Heatspreader
>Processor
>Hard Drive
>CD/DVD
Drive
>Battery
Charger Board
>Modem
>Display
>CPU cover
>Speakers
>Diskette
Drive
>Fan
Assembly
>System
Board
>Dipswitch
Settings
>Memory
Module
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To remove
the DVD or
CD drive,
complete the
following
steps:
1. Prepare
the computer
for
disassembly.
2. Remove
the palmrest
cover with
touch pad.
3. Remove
the keyboard.
4. Remove
the
heatspreader.
5. Remove
two screws
located at the
back DVD or
CD drive.
Next Step
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Battery Charger Board
*
>Preliminaries
>Serial
Number
Location
>Battery Pack
>Touchpad
Assembly
>Keyboard
>Heatspreader
>Processor
>Hard Drive
>CD/DVD
Drive
>Battery
Charger Board
>Modem
>Display
>CPU cover
>Speakers
>Diskette
Drive
>Fan
Assembly
>System
Board
>Dipswitch
Settings
>Memory
Module
*
To remove the
battery charger
board, complete
the following
steps:
1. Prepare the
computer for
disassembly.
2. Remove the
palmrest cover
with touch pad.
3. Remove the
keyboard.
4. Remove the
heatspreader.
5. Remove the
hard drive.
6. Remove one
screw from the
battery charger
board, unplug
the board from
the connector on
the system
board, and lift
out of the
chassis.
When
replacing
the
battery
charger
board,
ensure
NOTE: the pins
are
aligned
with the
connector
on the
system
board.
To replace the
battery charger
board, reverse
the previous
procedures.
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Modem
*
>Preliminaries
>Serial
Number
Location
>Battery Pack
>Touchpad
Assembly
>Keyboard
>Heatspreader
>Processor
>Hard Drive
>CD/DVD
Drive
>Battery
Charger Board
>Modem
>Display
>CPU cover
>Speakers
>Diskette
Drive
>Fan
Assembly
>System
Board
>Dipswitch
Settings
>Memory
Module
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To remove
the modem,
complete the
following
steps:
1. Prepare
the computer
for
disassembly.
2. Remove
the palmrest
cover with
touch pad.
3. Remove
the keyboard.
4. Remove
the
heatspreader.
5. Remove
three screws
securing
modem and
pull the
modem off
the connector
on the
system
board.
Next Step
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*
>Preliminaries
>Serial
Number
Location
>Battery Pack
>Touchpad
Assembly
>Keyboard
>Heatspreader
>Processor
>Hard Drive
>CD/DVD
Drive
>Battery
Charger Board
>Modem
>Display
>CPU cover
>Speakers
>Diskette
Drive
>Fan
Assembly
>System
Board
>Dipswitch
Settings
>Memory
Module
*
To remove
the display
panel
assembly,
complete the
following
steps:
1. Prepare
the computer
for
disassembly.
2. Remove
the palmrest
cover with
touch pad.
3. Remove
the keyboard.
4. Remove
the
heatspreader.
5. Remove
the modem.
6. Disconnect
the backlight
cable
attached to
the display
panel
assembly
from the
connector on
the system
board.
Next Step
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Removal & Replacement
Upper CPU Cover
*
>Preliminaries
>Serial
Number
Location
>Battery Pack
>Touchpad
Assembly
>Keyboard
>Heatspreader
>Processor
>Hard Drive
>CD/DVD
Drive
>Battery
Charger Board
>Modem
>Display
>CPU cover
>Speakers
>Diskette
Drive
>Fan
Assembly
>System
Board
>Dipswitch
Settings
>Memory
Module
*
To remove
the Upper
CPU cover
complete the
following
steps:
1. Prepare
the computer
for
disassembly.
2. Remove
the palmrest
cover with
touch pad.
3. Remove
the keyboard.
4. Remove
the
heatspreader.
5. Remove
the hard
drive.
6. Remove
the display
panel
assembly.
7. Remove
the screw
located under
the bottom of
the unit
(rear) which
secures the
Upper CPU
cover to the
chassis.
Next Step
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Speaker Assembly
*
>Preliminaries
>Serial
Number
Location
>Battery Pack
>Touchpad
Assembly
>Keyboard
>Heatspreader
>Processor
>Hard Drive
>CD/DVD
Drive
>Battery
Charger Board
>Modem
>Display
>CPU cover
>Speakers
>Diskette
Drive
>Fan
Assembly
>System
Board
>Dipswitch
Settings
>Memory
Module
*
To remove
the speaker
assembly,
complete the
following
steps:
1. Prepare
the computer
for
disassembly.
2. Remove
the palmrest
cover with
touch pad.
3. Remove
the keyboard.
4. Remove
the
heatspreader.
5. Remove
the hard
drive.
6. Remove
the display
panel
assembly.
7. Remove
the Upper
CPU cover.
8. Remove
the charger
board.
9. Disconnect
the speaker
cables from
the system
board and
remove the
speaker
assembly
from the
chassis.
To replace
the speaker
assembly,
reverse the
previous
procedures.
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Diskette Drive
*
>Preliminaries
>Serial
Number
Location
>Battery Pack
>Touchpad
Assembly
>Keyboard
>Heatspreader
>Processor
>Hard Drive
>CD/DVD
Drive
>Battery
Charger Board
>Modem
>Display
>CPU cover
>Speakers
>Diskette
Drive
>Fan
Assembly
>System
Board
>Dipswitch
Settings
>Memory
Module
*
To remove the
diskette drive,
complete the
following steps:
1. Prepare the
computer for
disassembly.
2. Remove the
palmrest cover
with touch pad.
3. Remove the
keyboard.
4. Remove the
heatspreader.
5. Remove the
hard drive.
6. Remove the
display panel
assembly.
7. Remove the
upper CPU
cover.
8. Remove the
screw from the
diskette drive
and lift up the
diskette drive.
9. Disconnect
the diskette
drive data cable
from the system
board.
To replace the
diskette drive,
reverse the
previous
procedures.
Ensure
the
diskette
drive
eject
lever is
properly
inserted
NOTE:
in the
chassis
slot,
when
replacing
the
diskette
drive.
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Fan Assembly
*
>Preliminaries
>Serial
Number
Location
>Battery Pack
>Touchpad
Assembly
>Keyboard
>Heatspreader
>Processor
>Hard Drive
>CD/DVD
Drive
>Battery
Charger Board
>Modem
>Display
>CPU cover
>Speakers
>Diskette
Drive
>Fan
Assembly
>System
Board
>Dipswitch
Settings
>Memory
Module
*
To remove
the fan
assembly,
complete the
following
steps:
1. Prepare
the computer
for
disassembly.
2. Remove
the palmrest
cover with
touch pad.
3. Remove
the keyboard.
4. Remove
the
heatspreader.
5. Remove
the display
panel
assembly.
6. Remove
the hard
drive.
7. Remove
the Upper
CPU cover.
8. Lift the fan
assembly
from the
chassis slot
and
disconnect
the fan cable
from the
connector on
the system
board.
Next Step
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Removal & Replacement
System Board
To remove the system board, complete the following
steps:
When replacing the system board remove
the memory module on the system board.
1. Prepare the computer for disassembly.
IMPORTANT:
2. Remove the palmrest cover with touch pad.
3. Remove the keyboard.
4. Remove the heatspreader.
5. Remove the processor.
6. Remove the modem.
7. Remove the hard drive.
8. Remove the display panel assembly.
9. Remove the Upper CPU Cover.
10. Remove the battery charger board.
11. Remove the diskette drive.
12. Remove the CD or DVD drive.
13. Remove the fan assembly.
14. Disconnect the speaker assembly cables.
Next Step
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Removal & Replacement
System Board
15. Remove five
standoffs from the
system board.
Next Step
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CD/DVD Drive
16. Remove two
screws from the DVD
or CD Drive mounting
rails and remove the
mounting rails from
the system board.
Next Step
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Removal & Replacement
System Board
17. Remove three screws
from the system board.
The
Ethernet
Connector
Plug must
be
removed
before
removing
the
system
board.
After
removing
the
screws
and
standoffs
IMPORTANT: from the
system
board,
remove
the
Ethernet
Connector
Plug
(located
on the left
side of
the base
enclosure)
by
pushing it
out from
the inside
of the
chassis.
Next Step
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*
>Models
>Features &
Controls
>Front
Bezel
Buttons
>Front
Bezel Lights
>Left Side
Components
>Right side
Components
>Bottom of
Unit
>Rear
Connectors
>Power
Managing
*
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1. PC
Card
Eject
Lever
2. PC
Card Slot
3.
Ethernet
Connector
Plug
4.
Diskette
Drive Slot
5.
Diskette
Eject
Button
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*
>Models
>Features &
Controls
>Front Bezel
Buttons
>Front Bezel
Lights
>Left Side
Components
Display
AMD K6-2
Processors
Cache
Hard Drives
>Right side
Components
>Bottom of
Unit
>Rear
Connectors
CD Drive
DVD Drive
Modem
>Power
Managing
imms
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12.1" TFT
14.1" TFT
350
380
400
433
475
1MB
4.0 GB
4.3 GB
6.4 GB
10.0 GB
24x Max CD-ROM
4x DVD-ROM Drive
56K V.90 PCI
Modem
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Controls
>Front
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Buttons
>Front
Bezel Lights
>Left Side
Components
>Right side
Components
>Bottom of
Unit
>Rear
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>Power
Managing
*
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1. Display
2. Power
(On/Off)
Button
3.
Keyboard
4. Touch
Pad
5. Touch
Pad Button
(Left)
6.
Headphone
Jack
7.
Microphone
Jack
8. Touch
Pad Button
(Right)
9.
Integrated
Speakers
and Ports
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*
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Controls
>Front
Bezel
Buttons
>Front
Bezel Lights
>Left Side
Components
>Right side
Components
>Bottom of
Unit
>Rear
Connectors
>Power
Managing
*
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1. Instant Internet Access
Button
2. Instant E-mail Button
3. Volume Down Button
4.Volume Up Button
5. Instant Calendar Button
6.
User-Defined/Programmable
Button
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Controls
>Front Bezel
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>Front Bezel
Lights
>Left Side
Components
>Right side
Components
>Bottom of
Unit
>Rear
Connectors
>Power
Managing
*
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1.
Power
Light
2.
Battery
Charge
Light
3.
Power
Cord
Light
4. Num
Lock
Light
5. Cap
Lock
Light
6. Scroll
Lock
Light
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>Front
Bezel Lights
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Components
>Right side
Components
>Bottom of
Unit
>Rear
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>Power
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*
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1. Battery
Compartment
2. DVD or CD
Drive Manual
Eject Hole
3. DVD or CD
Drive Eject
Button
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*
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Controls
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Bezel
Buttons
>Front
Bezel Lights
>Left Side
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>Right side
Components
>Bottom of
Unit
>Rear
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>Power
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*
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1. Memory
Compartment
Door
2. Stand Feet
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Controls
>Front
Bezel
Buttons
>Front
Bezel Lights
>Left Side
Components
>Right side
Components
>Bottom of
Unit
>Rear
Connectors
>Power
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*
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1. AC Adapter
2. Universal
Serial Bus
3. Security Slot
4. Serial Port
5. Port
Replicator
6. External
Monitor Port
7. Parallel
Printer Port
8.
Keyboard/Mouse
Port
9. Modem Jack
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Power Management for Windows 98
The following power management features are available for conserving AC power and extending battery operating time:
● Power Management Settings
● Sleep
●
Hibernation
●
Battery operating time
●
Rebooting After a Lockup
●
Servicing Your Computer - Full Off Mode
Power Management Settings
Depending on your patterns of computer use, you can set different levels of power management. These different power
management levels can be activated based on the amount of time passed since the last system activity. System activity
examples include keyboard or mouse movement, CD or DVD playback (while under program control that monitors Sleep),
and modem use.
You can select different conditions or power schemes through Power Management.The optional settings are Home/Office
Desk, Portable/ Laptop, and Always On. From the default settings, you can change the following settings:
● the System goes to Sleep (Standby) mode
●
●
the screen times out and goes blank
the hard drive spins down
Each of these system components will go to sleep after the selected or default periods of inactivity. (The setting for hard
drive must be less than or equal to the setting for System.)
IMPORTANT: If you’re on a network, it’s recommended that you set System Standby to Never.
There are five categories of power management settings under the Control Panel. The default setting for each feature is
listed below in the tables.
Tab: Power Schemes:
Power Management Properties
Plugged in
Running on Batteries
Always on System Standby:
Never
15 minutes
Turn OFF Monitor
Always on System Standby:
After 15 minutes
After 10 minutes
After 15 minutes
After 10 minutes
Power Management Properties
Tab: ALARMS::
Low Battery Alarm:
Critical Battery Alarm
Alarm Actions:
10%
0%
X Display Message Notification
Text Action
No Action
Power Management Properties
Tab: POWER METER:
Default
Tab: ADVANCED
Default
Display Properties
Tab: Monitor: Laptop Display (Maximum resolution according to unit display size)
Sleep
You can select Sleep mode instead of turning off the computer when you have finished using it. This allows the computer to
wake up faster than turning it completely off and saves power over the active (On) mode. Compaq Prosignia Series
Notebook computers have two levels of sleep, Hibernation and Sleep.
Hibernation – by pushing the power button once your computer will perform a save to disk followed by a shut down of the
computer into Off mode.
Sleep – is a low power mode, also referred to as Standby mode. While in Sleep mode, your computer will maintain system
information and open files. Unsaved information will be lost if you turn off your system prior to system wake-up, or if you
lose power while using the AC adapter.
CAUTION: While in Sleep mode, your computer will maintain system information and open files. Unsaved
information will be lost if you turn off your system prior to system wake-up, or if you lose power while using
the AC adapter.
Hibernation Mode
Hibernation helps conserve battery life and protects your data. Hibernation can be a routine power saving event, or can be
the result of a low battery condition. As it enters Hibernation your computer will display a progress screen, as it
automatically saves the machine state before it shuts down and turns itself off. Your computer will automatically go into
Hibernation, when the battery has little power left, or when the system (operating on battery power) has been in Sleep
mode for more than an hour. You can also manually initiate Hibernation by pressing the power button once while the
system is active. To restore the computer’s previous state, simply press the power button once again. While waking up, the
computer will display a progress screen.
The following table shows the conditions and indicators for getting in and out of the various power management modes,
Sleep, Hibernation, and Off.
Mode
To Initiate
To End
Indicators
Sleep
Manual keys
combination
- Fn+F4
Press any key
Flashing green Power
LED
Press Power Button
once
No Power LED, blank
screen
Perform normal
Press Power Button
Windows shutdown once
via the start button,
or press and hold
down the power
button for 4
seconds
No Power LED, blank
screen
Time Out Default 15
minutes. If on
Battery power
(system will not go
to Sleep if on AC
power)
Hibernate
Manual - Press
Power Button once
Time Out Default If
low battery or after
1 hour of sleep
(system will not
Hibernate if on AC
power)
Off
Servicing Your Computer, Full Off Mode
If you need to install or replace components in your system, you must turn the computer off completely. Follow the
instructions above for properly putting the computer into Off mode, unplug from the outlet, and remove the battery (see
battery section for instruction on removing battery).
Rebooting After a Lockup
Occasionally you may encounter a frozen keyboard or a locked screen. To reboot your computer (as if from a cold start)
press and hold down the Power Button for at least four seconds, which will cause a manual shutdown. Then, restart it with a
single press of the Power Button. If it still doesn’t recover, press the Power Button and hold it for four seconds to shut it
down, then, remove the battery or unplug the AC power for at least 30 seconds. Reinsert the battery or reconnect AC power
and press the Power Button once to reboot.
Battery Operating Time
Battery operating time is affected by variables, such as the following:
● Power conservation settings
● Hardware configuration
● Software applications
● Installed options
● Display brightness
● Hard drive usage
● Power button
● Changes in operating temperature
● Type and number of installed PC Cards
For more information on increasing battery pack operating time, conditioning the battery pack, and disposing of a used
battery pack, refer to the Battery Pack Operations.
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System Board
18. Pull the PCMCIA eject lever out (straight), lift up the right
side of the system board and pull forward to remove the
system board from the chassis.
IMPORTANT: Remove all cables from the system board.
To replace the system board, reverse the previous
procedures.
Return to Removal & Replacement Index Page.
Or go to Dip Switch System Board Settings.
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Processor Dipswitch Settings
If the system board dip switch voltage settings are not correct, damage may
occur to the computer and/or system board.
For the 350, 380, 400 & 475 MHz Processors:
. Settings 6-10 vary by model and should
only change settings 1-5 on SW1
not be changed when replacing the system board. Ensure the dip switch voltage
settings (SW1
and SW3
) on the system board are correct for the computer
model and processor voltage marked on the processor chip.
For the 433 MHz Processor:
You may change settings 1-5 as well as 10. Settings 6-9 vary by model and
should not be changed when replacing the system board. Ensure the dip switch
voltage settings (SW1
and SW3
) on the system board are correct for the
computer model and processor voltage marked on the processor chip.
.
>Preliminaries
>Serial
Number
Location
NOTE:
The black area on the dip switch indicates the position of the
switch.
Switch 1
Switch 3
>Battery Pack
>Touchpad
Assembly
>Keyboard
>Heatspreader
>Processor
>Hard Drive
>CD/DVD
Drive
>Battery
Charger Board
>Modem
>Display
>CPU cover
>Speakers
>Diskette
Drive
>Fan
Assembly
>System
Board
>Dipswitch
Settings
>Memory
Module
.
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*
>Preliminaries
>Serial
Number
Location
>Battery Pack
>Touchpad
Assembly
>Keyboard
>Heatspreader
>Processor
>Hard Drive
>CD/DVD
Drive
>Battery
Charger Board
>Modem
>Display
>CPU cover
>Speakers
>Diskette
Drive
>Fan
Assembly
>System
Board
>Dipswitch
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>Memory
Module
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To remove
the memory
module,
complete
the following
steps:
1. Prepare
the
computer
for
disassembly.
2. Close the
computer
and turn the
computer
upside
down.
3. Remove
the screw
from the
memory
module
door, and
slide the
memory
module door
to the right.
Next Step
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4. Pull side levers to
release the memory
module and unplug
the memory module
from the system
board.
To replace the
memory module,
reverse the previous
procedures.
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Fan Assembly
To remove the fan
gasket, pull it away
from the fan.
When
replacing
the fan
assembly
ensure
the
arrow
IMPORTANT: (located
on the
top of
the fan
gasket)
is
pointing
inward.
To replace the fan
assembly and gasket,
reverse the previous
procedures.
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Removing CPU Cover
8. Remove four
screws located on the
top of the Upper CPU
cover.
9. Lift the Upper CPU
cover off the snaps
on the chassis which
will disconnect the
power switch from
the connector on the
system board.
To replace the Upper
CPU cover, reverse
the previous
procedures.
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Display Panel Assembly
7. Disconnect the
diplay panel
assembly's flex data
cable
from the
Low Voltage
Differential Signal
(LVDS) connector the
on the system board.
8. Remove the
display panel
assembly's flex data
cable from the
LVDS connector.
Next Step
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Display Panel Assembly
9. Close the display
panel assembly and
push back on top of the
hinge covers
and lift
up from the bottom
edge of the hinge covers
to remove the covers
off the chassis.
Carefully
remove
the
display
IMPORTANT:
panel
assembly
hinge
covers.
Next Step
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Display Panel Assembly
10. Support the back
of the display panel
assembly and remove
two screws from each
of the display panel
hinges.
Next Step
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Display Panel Assembly
11. Remove the connector
on the end of the display
flex cable
.
Compaq
recommends
replacing
the LVDS
interface
IMPORTANT:
connector
on the
display flex
cable after
removing.
CAUTION: The
connector on the
end of the flex cable
must be removed
before the cable can
be routed through
the slot on the
Upper CPU cover.
12. Gently pull the flex
cable attached to the
display panel assembly
through the slot on the
Upper CPU cover and
remove the display panel
assembly with flex and
backlight cable attached.
When removing the
display panel
assembly, observe
NOTE: the display panel
assembly flex cable
routing and
position.
To replace the display panel
assembly, reverse the
previous procedures.
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Modem
6. Disconnect the
modem cable from
the modem.
To replace the
modem, reverse the
previous procedures.
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CD or DVD Drive
6. Remove two
screws from the base
enclosure which
secure the DVD or CD
drive to the chassis.
Next Step
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CD or DVD Drive
7. Disconnect the
DVD or CD drive
cable from the DVD
or CD drive and
remove the DVD or
CD drive from the
chassis.
To replace the DVD
or CD drive, reverse
the previous
procedures.
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Hard Drive
5. Disconnect the
hard drive data cable
from the hard drive
and remove from the
chassis.
Next Step
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Hard Drive
To remove the hard
drive mounting
bracket, complete the
following step:
Remove the four
screws from the hard
drive mounting
bracket and lift it off
of the drive.
To replace the hard
drive and hard drive
mounting bracket,
reverse the previous
procedures.
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Processor
To replace the processor complete the following steps:
1. Insert the processor into the slot on the system board.
The notch on the upper left corner of the processor serves as an
IMPORTANT: orientation indicator. Align the notch on the left corner of the processor
with the notch on the left corner of the processor chassis slot.
When installing the processor into the chassis slot, be sure that the hole
NOTE: pattern on the chassis slot lines up with the pins on the processor. The
processor should drop into the socket without any force.
2. Insert a small blade screw driver into the top slot opening on the processor and push
away from the display to lock the processor.
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Keyboard
5. Disconnect the flex
cable from the ZIF
connector on the
system board and
remove the
keyboard.
To replace the
keyboard, reverse
the previous
procedures.
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Touchpad Assembly
4. Turn the computer
over (right side up),
pull forward on the
display latches to
release and open the
display assembly.
5. Lift up front end of
the palmrest cover with
touch pad and remove
it from the groove in
the chassis.
6. Tilt the palmrest
cover with touch pad,
allowing it to rest on
top of the keyboard,
and disconnect the flex
cable from the LIF
connector on the
palmrest cover.
CAUTION: When
replacing the
palmrest cover
with touch pad,
ensure that the
cable is fully
inserted into the
LIF connector on
the system
board. If the
metal end comes
in contact with
the keyboard, it
could damage
the computer.
To replace the palmrest
cover with touch pad,
reverse the previous
procedures.
When replacing
the palm rest
cover, ensure
that the cable is
NOTE:
properly routed
through the slot
on the Upper
CPU cover.
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Batery Pack
2. Pull down on the
battery pack tab
and
pull the battery
pack from the
chassis.
To replace the
battery pack,
reverse the previous
procedures.
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Preliminary Steps
*
>Preliminaries
Before running POST, complete the following preliminary steps:
>Clearing
CMOS
1. If a power-on password has been established, type the password and
press the Enter key. If the password is not known, clear the password.
>Power-on
Self-test
2. Run Computer Checkup.
>Compaq
Diagnostics
3. Turn off the computer and its external devices.
>Diagnostic
Error codes
4. Disconnect any external devices that you do not want to test. Do not
disconnect the printer if you want to test it or use it to log error
messages.
>Test Utilities
>Solving
Minor
Problems
>Contacting
Compaq
*
If the problem only occurs when an external device is
connected to the computer, the problem may be related to
IMPORTANT:
the external device or its cable. Verify this by running
POST with and without the external device connected.
5. Install loopback plugs in the serial and parallel connectors if you would
like to test these ports.
6. Ensure the hard drive is installed in the computer.
7. Ensure that the battery pack is inserted in the computer and the
computer is connected to an external AC power source.
When the preliminary steps are completed, you are ready to run POST.
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Clearing the Power-on Password
*
>Preliminaries
>Clearing
CMOS
>Power-on
Self-test
>Compaq
Diagnostics
>Diagnostic
Error codes
>Test Utilities
>Solving
Minor
Problems
>Contacting
Compaq
*
Clearing the
power-on
password
requires
removing all
Setup
attributes
that are
programmed
in the CMOS.
The
RTC
battery is
located on
the system
board.
If the
password is
not known,
clear it by
performing
the following
steps:
1. Turn off
the
computer.
2. Disconnect
the power
cord.
3. Remove
the battery
pack.
4. Remove
the Palmrest
Cover with
Touch Pad.
5. Remove
the
heatspreader.
6. Remove
the keyboard.
7. Remove
RTC battery
for 30
seconds and
replace it .
8.
Reassemble
the
computer.
9. Turn on
the computer
to verify that
the power-on
password has
been cleared.
If it has not
been cleared,
repeat Steps
1 through 9.
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Power-on Self Test (POST)
*
>Preliminaries
>Clearing
CMOS
>Power-on
Self-test
>Compaq
Diagnostics
>Diagnostic
Error codes
>Test Utilities
>Solving
Minor
Problems
>Contacting
Compaq
*
To run POST, complete the following steps:
1. Turn off the computer, then turn on the computer.
2. If POST does not detect any errors, the computer will not beep. This
indicates successful completion of POST test. POST has run
successfully and boots from the hard drive (or from a bootable
diskette if one is installed in the diskette drive).
3. If POST detects errors, the errors are indicated by screen and/or
audible messages. Refer to "Power-On Self-Test (POST) Codes" in
the tables for a list of POST codes and their relevant descriptions.
If the system is not functioning well enough to run
POST, or if the display is not functioning well enough to
NOTE:
show POST error messages, refer to the Troubleshooting
tables.
Power-On Self-Test Messages
102-System Board Failure
Probable Cause
Recommended Action
DMA, timers, etc.
Replace the system board.
162-System Options Not Set
Probable Cause
Recommended Action
Configuration incorrect
Run Computer Setup.
CMOS reflects that an invalid Run Computer Setup.
configuration has been set.
RAM failure
1. Replace the memory
modules.
2. Replace the system
board.
Memory test data error
1. Replace the memory
modules.
2. Replace the system
board.
XX000YZZ RAM failure
Replace the system board.
XX000YZZ 201-Memory Error
Probable Cause
Recommended Action
301-Keyboard Error
Probable Cause
Recommended Action
Keyboard failure
1. Ensure the keys are not
depressed during POST.
2. Reconnect the keyboard with
the computer off.
3. Replace the keyboard.
304-Keyboard or System Unit Error
Probable Cause
Recommended Action
Keyboard or system
board error
1. Replace the keyboard.
2. Replace the TouchPad or
mouse.
3. Replace the system board.
601-Diskette Controller Error
Probable Cause
Recommended Action
Mismatch in drive type 1. Run Computer Checkup
or failure in the
(TEST).
diskette controller
2. Check and/or replace cables.
3. Replace the system board.
605-Diskette Drive Error
Probable Cause
Recommended Action
Mismatch in drive type Run Computer Setup.
1780-Primary Hard Drive 0 Failure
Probable Cause
Disk 0 failed to
respond
Recommended Action
1. Run Computer Checkup
(TEST).
2. Replace the hard drive.
Hard drive format
error
1. Run Computer Checkup
(TEST).
2. Replace the hard drive.
1782-Hard Drive Controller
Probable Cause
Recommended Action
Hard drive controller
failure
1. Run Computer Setup.
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Compaq Diagnostics
*
>Preliminaries
>Clearing
CMOS
>Power-on
Self-test
>Compaq
Diagnostics
>Diagnostic
Error codes
Compaq Diagnostics is installed on the hard drive of the computer.
Run the Diagnostics utilities when you want to view or test system
information and if you have installed or connected devices. If you
run Compaq Diagnostics from a diskette, ensure that it is version
10.11 or later.
>Test Utilities
>Solving
Minor
Problems
>Contacting
Compaq
*
The Diagnostics menu includes the following utilities:
■
Computer Checkup (TEST)
■
View System Information (INSPECT)
■
Prepare Computer for a Compaq Service Call (RemotePaq)
If you have a problem you cannot solve, run the Diagnostics utilities
before you call for support. Run Computer Checkup and select to save the
device list to a file and to print or to save the log of errors. Run the View
System Information (INSPECT) utility and select to print or to save that
information. Have the files or the printed information available when you
call for support.
Computer Checkup (TEST)
Computer Checkup (TEST) determines whether the various
computer components and devices are recognized by the system
and are functioning properly. You can display, print, or save the
information generated by Computer Checkup.
Follow these steps to run Computer Checkup:
1. Plug the computer into an external power source. (A low battery
condition could interrupt the program.)
2. Turn on the external devices that you want to test. Connect the printer
if you want to print a log of error messages.
3. Insert the Compaq Diagnostics diskette in drive A.
4. Turn on or restart the computer. The computer starts from drive A, and
the Diagnostics Welcome screen appears.
5. Press Enter to continue. The Diagnostics menu appears.
6. Select Computer Checkup from the Diagnostics menu. A Test Option
menu appears.
7. Select View the Device List from the Test Option menu. A list of the
installed Compaq devices appears.
8. If the list of installed devices is correct, select OK. The Test Option
menu appears.
NOTE:
If the list is incorrect, ensure that any new devices are installed
properly.
9. Select one of the following from the Test Option menu:
■
■
■
■
Quick Check Diagnostics. Runs a quick, general test on each device
with a minimal number of prompts. If errors occur, they display
when the testing is complete. You cannot print or save the error
messages.
Automatic Diagnostics. Runs unattended, maximum testing of each
device with minimal prompts. You can choose how many times to
run the tests, to stop on errors, or to print or save a log of errors.
Prompted Diagnostics. Allows maximum control over testing the
devices. You can choose attended or unattended testing, decide to
stop on errors, or choose to print or save a log of errors.
10. Follow the instructions on the screen as the devices are tested. When
testing is complete, the Test Option menu appears.
11. Exit the Test Option menu.
12. Exit the Diagnostics menu.
View System Information (INSPECT)
The View System Information (INSPECT) utility provides information
about the computer and installed or connected devices. You can display,
print, or save the information.
Follow these steps to run View System Information (INSPECT) from the
Compaq Diagnostics diskette:
1. Turn on the external devices that you want to test. Connect the printer
if you want to print the information.
2. Insert the Compaq Diagnostics diskette in drive A.
3. Turn on or restart the computer. The computer starts from drive A, and
the Diagnostics Welcome screen appears.
4. Press Enter to continue. The Diagnostics menu appears.
5. Select View System Information (INSPECT) from the Diagnostics
menu.
6. Select the item you want to view from the following list:
System
ROM
Keyboard
Memory
Audio
Operating system
System ports
System files
System storage
Windows files
Graphics
7. Follow the instructions on the screen to cycle through the screens, to
return to the list and choose another item, or to print the information.
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*
>Preliminaries
>Clearing
CMOS
>Power-on
Self-test
>Compaq
Diagnostics
>Diagnostic
Error codes
>Test Utilities
>Solving
Minor
Problems
>Contacting
Compaq
Diagnostic error codes occur if the system recognizes a problem while
running the Compaq Diagnostic program. These error codes help identify
possibly defective subassemblies.
The following tables list error codes, a description of the error condition,
and the action required to resolve the error condition.
Retest the system after completing each step. If the
IMPORTANT: problem has been resolved, do not proceed with the
remaining steps.
For the removal and replacement of a particular subassembly, see
Removal and Replacement Procedures.
Select error codes by number or type:
101
200
300
401
600
*
1701
501
2402
2458
8601
3301
through
through
through
through
through
1101
through
through
through
through
3206
through
through
114
215
304
403
699
1736
516
2456
2480
8602
6623
Processor Test
Memory Test
Keyboard Test
Parallel Printer Test
Diskette Drive Test
Serial Test
Hard Drive Test
Video Test
Audio Test
Touch Pad Pointing Device Test
CD Test
Processor Test Error Codes
Error
Code
101-xx
Description
CPU test failed
Recommended Action
Replace the processor and
retest.
102-xx
Coprocessor or Weitek Error 1. Run the Configuration and
Diagnostics Utilities.
2. Replace the processor board
and retest.
103-xx
DMA page registers test
failed
104-xx
Interrupt controller master
test failed
105-xx
106-xx
Port 61 error
Keyboard controller self-test
failed
107-xx
108-xx
109-xx
110-xx
CMOS RAM test failed
CMOS interrupt test failed
CMOS clock test failed
Programmable timer load
data test failed
113-xx
114-01
Protected mode test failed
Speaker test failed
200-xx
202-xx
203-xx
204-xx
211-xx
214-xx
215-xx
300-xx
301-xx
Replace the system board and
retest.
1. Check system configuration.
2. Verify cable connections to
speaker.
3. Replace the system board and
retest.
Memory Test Error Codes
Memory machine ID test
1. Flash the system ROM and
failed
retest.
2. Replace the system board and
Memory system ROM
retest.
checksum failed
Write/Read test failed
Address test failed
Random pattern test failed
Noise test failed
Random address test failed
1. Remove the memory module
and retest.
2. Install a new memory module
and retest.
Keyboard Test Error Codes
Failed ID Test
1. Check the keyboard
connection. If disconnected, turn
off the computer and connect the
Failed Selftest/Interface Test
keyboard.
2. Replace the keyboard and
retest.
302-xx
Failed Individual Key Test
304-xx
Failed Keyboard Repeat Test 3. Replace the system board and
retest.
401-xx
402-xx
403-xx
600-xx
601-xx
602-xx
603-xx
604-xx
605-xx
606-xx
609-xx
610-xx
697-xx
698-xx
699-xx
Parallel Printer Test Error Codes
Printer failed or not
1. Connect the printer.
connected
2. Check power to the printer.
3. Install the loop-back
connector and retest.
4. Check port and IRQ
Failed Port Test
configuration.
5. Replace the system board and
Printer pattern test failed
retest.
Diskette Drive Test
Diskette ID drive types test 1. Replace the diskette media
failed
and retest.
2. Check and/or replace the
Diskette format failed
diskette power and signal cables
Diskette read test failed
and retest.
3. Replace the diskette drive and
Diskette write, read,
retest.
compare test failed
4. Replace the system board and
Diskette random read test
retest.
failed
Diskette ID media failed
Diskette speed test failed
Diskette reset controller test
failed
Diskette change line test
failed
Diskette type error
Diskette drive speed not
within limits
Diskette drive/media ID
error
1. Replace media.
2. Run the Configuration and
Diagnostics Utilities.
Serial Test Error Codes
Serial port test failed
1. Check port configuration
2. Replace the system board and
1101-xx
retest.
1701-xx
1702-xx
1703-xx
1704-xx
1705-xx
Hard Drive Test Error Codes
Hard drive format test failed 1. Run the Configuration and
Diagnostics Utilities and verify
Hard drive read test failed
drive type.
Hard drive
2. Verify that all secondary
write/read/compare test
drives have secondary drive
failed
capability.
Hard drive random seek test 3. Replace the hard drive and
retest.
failed
4. Replace the system board and
Hard drive controller test
retest.
failed
1706-xx Hard drive ready test failed
Hard drive recalibration test
1707-xx
failed
1708-xx
Hard drive format bad track
test failed
1709-xx
Hard drive reset controller
test failed
1710-xx
Hard drive park head test
failed
1715-xx
Hard drive head select test
failed
1716-xx
Hard drive conditional format
test failed
1717-xx Hard drive ECC* test failed
Hard drive power mode test
1719-xx
failed
1724-xx
Network preparation test
failed
1736-xx Drive monitoring test failed
* ECC = Error Correction Code
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501-xx
502-xx
503-xx
504-xx
505-xx
506-xx
Video Test Error Codes
Video controller test failed
The following apply to error
codes 501-xx through 516-xx:
Video memory test failed
Video attribute test failed
1. Disconnect external monitor
and test with internal LCD
Video character set test
display.
failed
2. Replace the display assembly
Video 80 × 25 mode 9 × 14 and retest.
character cell test failed
3. Replace the system board and
retest.
Video 80 × 25 mode 8 × 8
character cell test failed
507-xx
Video 40 × 25 mode test
failed
508-xx
Video 320 × 200 mode color
set 0 test failed
509-xx
Video 320 × 200 mode color
set 1 test failed
510-xx
Video 640 × 200 mode test
failed
511-xx
Video screen memory page
test failed
512-xx
514-xx
516-xx
Video gray scale test failed
Video white screen test
failed
Video noise pattern test
failed
2402-xx Video memory test failed
2403-xx Video attribute test failed
Video character set test
2404-xx
failed
2405-xx
Video 80 × 25 mode 9 × 14
character cell test failed
2406-xx
Video 80 × 25 mode 8 × 8
character cell test failed
2408-xx
Video 320 × 200 mode color
set 0 test failed
2409-xx
Video 320 × 200 mode color
set 1 test failed
2410-xx
Video 640 × 200 mode test
failed
2411-xx
Video screen memory page
test failed
The following steps apply to
error codes 2402-xx through
2456-xx:
1. Run the Configuration and
Diagnostics Utilities.
2. Replace the display assembly
and retest.
3. Replace the system board and
retest.
2412-xx Video gray scale test failed
2414-xx Video white screen test
failed
2416-xx Video noise pattern test
failed
2418-xx ECG/VGC memory test failed
2419-xx ECG/VGC ROM checksum
test failed
2421-xx ECG/VGC 640 × 200
graphics mode test failed
2422-xx ECG/VGC 640 × 350 16
color set test failed
1. Run the Configuration and
Diagnostics Utilities.
2. Disconnect external monitor
and test with internal LCD
display.
3. Replace the display assembly
and retest.
4. Replace the system board and
retest.
2423-xx ECG/VGC 640 × 350 64
color set test failed
2424-xx ECG/VGC monochrome text
mode test failed
2425-xx ECG/VGC monochrome
graphics mode test failed
2431-xx 640 × 480 graphics test
failure
2432-xx 320 × 200 graphics (256
color mode) test failure
2448-xx Advanced VGA Controller
test failed
2451-xx 132-column Advanced VGA
test failed
2456-xx Advanced VGA 256 Color
test failed
2458-xx Advanced VGA BitBLT test
2468-xx Advanced VGA DAC test
The following step applies to
error codes 2458-xx through
2480-xx:
Replace the system board and
retest.
2477-xx Advanced VGA data path
test
2478-xx Advanced VGA BitBLT test
2480-xx Advanced VGA LineDraw test
Audio Test Error Codes
3206-xx Audio System Internal Error Replace the system board and
retest.
TouchPad/Pointing Device Interface Test Error Codes
8601-xx Mouse test failed
1. Replace the TouchPad and
retest.
2. Replace the system board and
retest.
8602-xx Interface test failed
CD Drive Test Error Codes
3301-xx CD drive read test failed
1. Replace the CD and retest.
2. Verify that the speakers are
connected.
3. Verify that drivers are loaded
3305-xx CD drive seek test failed
and properly installed.
4. Replace the CD drive and
retest.
6600-xx ID test failed
5. Replace the system board and
retest.
6605-xx Read test failed
6608-xx Controller test failed
6623-xx Random read test failed
Go back to the top
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Troubleshooting
Removal & Replacement
Troubleshooting
Without Diagnostics
This section provides information about how to identify and correct some common hardware, memory and
software problems. It also explains several types of common messages that may be displayed on the screen.
The below listed items contain specific troubleshooting information regarding:
Audio
Battery/Battery gauge
CD drive
Diskette/Diskette drive
Display
Hard drive
Memory
PC Card
Power
Printer
Touch Pad
Keyboard/Numeric keypad
Hardware Installation
Since symptoms can appear to be similar, carefully match the symptoms of the computer malfunction against the problem
description in the Troubleshooting tables to avoid a misdiagnosis.
WARNING: To avoid a potential shock hazard during troubleshooting procedures, disconnect all power
sources before removing the keyboard cover or the display bezel.
Before Replacing Parts
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Verify that cables are connected properly to the suspected defective parts.
Run Computer Setup after connecting external devices.
Verify that all required device drivers are installed.
Verify that all required changes have been made to the CONFIG.SYS file.
Verify that all required changes have been made to the AUTOEXEC.BAT file.
Verify that all printer drivers have been installed for each application.
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Product Description
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Troubleshooting
Removal & Replacement
Troubleshooting
Solving Minor Problems
Some minor problems and possible solutions are outlined in the following tables. If the problem appears
related to a software application, check the documentation provided with the software.
Solving Audio Problems
Some common audio problems and solutions are listed in the following table:
Solving Audio Problems
Problem
Probable Cause
Solution(s)
Computer does not beep after the Power-On
Self-Test (POST).
This is typical; it indicates successful
completion of the Power-On Self-Test
(POST).
No action is required.
Solving Battery Pack and Battery Gauge Problems
Some common causes and solutions for battery pack problems are listed in the following table. The "Solving Power
Problems" section in this chapter may also be applicable.
Solving Battery Pack and Battery Gauge Problems
Problem
Probable Cause
Solution(s)
Computer won't turn on when battery
pack is inserted and power cord is
unplugged.
Battery pack is discharged.
Connect the computer to an external
power source and charge the battery
pack.
Replace the battery pack with a fully
charged battery pack.
Check the battery connectors on the
system board to verify they are evenly
spaced and that they are not bent or
broken.
Computer is beeping and battery LED
icon is blinking.
Battery charge is low.
Immediately save any open file(s). Then
do any one of the following:
● Connect the computer to an
external power source to charge
the battery pack.
●
Turn off the computer or initiate
Hibernation until you can find
another power source or charge
the battery pack.
Computer battery LED icon (front on the Volume is turned down too low.
unit) blinks to indicate low battery
condition, but computer does not beep.
Adjust the volume.
Battery LED icon doesn't light and
battery pack won't fast charge.
Battery pack is already charged.
No action is necessary.
Battery pack was exposed to
temperature extremes.
Allow time for the battery pack to return
to room temperature.
Battery pack is at end of its life.
Replace battery pack.
You have to set the date and time every RTC battery is dead.
time you turn on the computer.
Replace the RTC battery.
Problem
Probable Cause
Solution(s)
Battery charge does not last as long
as expected.
Battery is being exposed to high
temperatures or extremely cold
temperatures.
Keep the battery pack within the
recommended operating temperature
range 50° F to 104° F (10° C to 40° C)
or recommended storage range
-4° F to 86° F (-20° C to 30° C ).
Recharge the battery pack.
Battery has partially self-discharged.
Recharge the battery. Discharge the
battery completely and then recharge it.
Power management is disabled.
Set a power management level in
Computer Setup.
An external device or PC Card is draining Turn off or disconnect external devices
the battery.
when not using them.
Battery pack is warm to the touch
after charging.
Normal warming has occurred due to
charging.
No action is required.
Battery pack operating time is far
less than the documented average
operating time.
Power management is turned off or
disabled.
Enable power management in Computer
Setup and in Windows Power Properties.
An external device or PC Card is draining Turn off or disconnect external devices
the battery.
when not using them.
Battery pack has partially
self-discharged.
Condition the battery pack by fully
charging, fully discharging, then fully
recharging it.
To maintain the charge, leave battery
packs in the computer when it is
connected to external power.
If the computer is disconnected from
external power for more than two
weeks, remove battery packs from the
computer to reduce the discharge rate.
Battery pack is being exposed to high
temperatures or extremely cold
temperatures.
Keep the battery pack within the
recommended temperature ranges.
Operating: 50° F to 104° F
(10° C to 40° C)
Storage: -4° F to 86° F
(-20° C to 30° C )
Recharge the battery pack.
Solving CD Drive Problems
Some common causes and solutions for CD drive problems are listed in the following table:
Solving CD Drive Problems
Problem
Probable Cause
Solution(s)
CD drive cannot read a compact disc.
Compact disc is upside down or is
improperly inserted in the CD drive.
Open the CD loading tray, lay the
compact disc in it (label side up), then
close the tray.
CD is CD Plus or Pregap/Track 0 type. Cannot read these type CDs in 24x.
Remove the CD.
Solving Diskette and Diskette Drive Problems
Some common causes and solutions for diskette and diskette drive problems are listed in the following table.
Solving Diskette and Diskette Drive Problems
Problem
Probable Cause
Solution(s)
Diskette drive cannot write to a diskette.
Diskette is write-protected.
Disable the diskette’s write-protect
feature or use a diskette that is not
write-protected.
Computer is writing to the wrong
drive.
Check the drive letter in the path
statement.
Not enough space is left on the
diskette.
Use another diskette.
Drive error has occurred.
Run Computer Checkup from the
Compaq Diagnostics diskette.
Diskette is not formatted.
Format the diskette. At the system
prompt, enter
FORMAT A:
Diskette drive cannot read a diskette.
The wrong type of diskette is being
used.
Use the type of diskette required by the
drive.
Diskette has a bad sector.
Copy files to hard drive or another
diskette. Reformat bad floppy.
Drive error has occurred.
Run Computer Checkup from the
Compaq Diagnostics diskette.
Diskette is not
formatted.
Format the diskette. At the system
prompt, enter
FORMAT A:
Cannot boot from diskette.
Bootable diskette is not in drive A.
Put the bootable diskette in drive A.
Diskette Boot has incorrect setting in
Computer Setup.
Run Computer Setup and set diskette
as first to boot.
Solving Display Problems
This section lists some common causes and solutions for computer display and external monitor problems.
You can perform a monitor self-test on an external VGA color or monochrome monitor by disconnecting the monitor from
the computer. To do so, complete the following steps:
1. Turn off the monitor.
2. Turn off the computer.
3. Disconnect the monitor signal cable from the computer.
4. Turn on the monitor and allow it to warm up for one minute.
The display should be white. A narrow black border may also appear on the left and right sides of the display. Either of
these displays indicates that the monitor is working properly.
Solving Display Problems
Problem
Probable Cause
Solution(s)
Screen is dim.
Control for brightness or contrast (if
applicable) is not set properly.
Adjust the Brightness of the display by
using Fn + F7 (¯ ) or
Fn + F8 (- ).
Adjust the Contrast of the display by
using Fn + F5 (¯ ) or
Fn + F6 (- ).
Computer screen is in direct light.
Tilt display or move computer.
Screen save was initiated by Power
Management due to lack of user
activity.
Press any key or touch the Touch Pad.
Display has overheated.
If computer is in direct sunlight, move it
and allow it to cool off.
Display is blank and the Suspend icon is
flashing.
System is in Suspend mode.
Press any key or touch the Touch Pad.
Internal display is blank and the screen
on an external monitor displays
information.
Display function was switched to the
external monitor.
Use Fn + F2 to switch between LCD or
CRT.
Screen is blank.
Problem
Probable Cause
Solution(s)
Internal display flashes or has garbled
characters when computer is connected to
external monitor.
Using 1024 × 768 or higher
resolution on external monitor
and have toggled back to
internal display, which
supports up to
800 × 600.
Restart the computer.
The light tubes on the edge of the display panel
do not light up at all and Power-On Self-Test
(POST) completes when the unit is powered
up.**
Improper backlight or display
cable connections
Replace the display assembly.
Defective inverter board.
Replace the display assembly.
Defective display cable.
Replace the display assembly.
Defective display panel.
Replace the display assembly.
Defective system board.
Replace the system board.
The light tubes on the edge of the display panel
do not light up at all and Power-On Self-Test
(POST) does not complete when the unit is
powered up.**
Defective system board.
Replace the system board.
Backlight (brightness) cannot be adjusted with
Fn + F7 (¯ ) or
Fn + F8 (- ).***
Improper display cable
connections.
1. Reseat the display cable to the
system board.
Contrast cannot be adjusted with
Fn + F5 (¯ ) or Fn + F6 (- ).
2. Replace the display assembly.
Defective inverter board.
Replace the display assembly.
Defective display cable.
Replace the display assembly.
Defective system board.
Replace the system board.
Improper display cable
connections.
1. Reseat the display cable to the
system board.
2. Replace the display assembly.
Defective inverter board.
Replace the display assembly.
Defective display cable.
Replace the display assembly.
Defective system board.
Replace the system board.
** This problem indicates that the backlight or its power circuitry has failed. Since you cannot observe the POST result on
the display panel when the backlight is not functioning, connect the unit to an external monitor before powering the unit
up. If an external monitor is not available, verify that POST completes by opening and closing the display, listening for the
single or double beep, and watching for the LEDs turn on at the front of the computer.
Problem
Probable Cause
Solution(s)
This display panel has a continuous pattern
across it (e.g., a "jailbars" pattern), has a
single color on it, or has garbled graphics
across the entire panel. This failure is for
patterns across the entire panel (not just on
one section).
Improper display cable
connections
Reseat the display cable to the following
until the problem is solved:
1. System board
2. Display assembly
Defective display cable.
Replace the display assembly.
Defective inverter board.
Replace the display assembly.
Defective system board.
Replace the system board.
Ghost bars extending from graphics on the
display.
Common characteristic of STN
displays.
1. Change the background colors.
A single line, small group of lines, or block
appears on the display panel. This failure
occurs in only a section of the display panel.
Defective display panel.
Replace the display assembly.
2. Adjust the Contrast of the display by
using Fn + F5 (¯ ) or Fn + F6 (- ).
To perform a "self-test" on an external VGA color or monochrome monitor, complete the following steps: The screen
NOTE: should be white. A narrow black border may also appear on the left and right sides of the display. Either of these
displays indicates that the monitor is working properly.
Solving Hard Drive Problems
Some common causes and solutions for hard drive problems are listed in the following table:
CAUTION: To prevent loss of information, always maintain an up-to-date backup of your hard drive at all
times, in case of errors or failures.
Solving Hard Drive Problems
Problem
Probable Cause
Solution(s)
Reading hard drive takes an unusually
long time after restarting the computer.
System entered Hibernation due to
low battery condition and is now
exiting from it.
Give the system time to restore the
previously saved data to its exact state
before Hibernation.
Hard drive error occurs.
Hard drive has bad sectors or has
failed.
Run Computer Checkup.
Hard drive does not work.
Hard drive is not seated properly.
Turn off and unplug the computer,
remove the battery pack, and remove
and then reinstall the hard drive.
Solving Hardware Installation Problems
Some common causes and solutions for hardware installation problems are listed in the following table.
Solving Hardware Installation Problems
Problem
Probable Cause
Solutions(s)
A new device is not recognized as part of
the computer system.
Cable(s) of new external device are
loose or power cables are unplugged.
Ensure that all cables are properly and
securely connected.
Power switch of new external device is Turn off the computer, turn on the
not turned on.
external device, then turn on the
computer to integrate the device with
the computer system.
Device is not seated properly.
Turn off the computer and reinsert the
device.
Solving Keyboard/Numeric Keypad Problems
Some common causes and solutions for keyboard/numeric keypad problems are listed in the following table.
Solving Keyboard/Numeric Keypad Problems
Problem
Probable Cause
Solution(s)
Embedded numeric keypad on computer
keyboard is disabled.
Num Lock function is not enabled.
Press the Shift+NumLk keys to
enable the Num Lock function and
embedded numeric keypad. The Num
Lock icon on the status panel turns
on.
Embedded numeric keypad is disabled and
Num Lock function is on.
External numeric keypad is
connected to the computer.
Disconnect the external numeric
keypad from the computer.
Solving Memory Problems
Some common causes and solutions for memory problems are listed in the following table.
Solving Memory Problems
Problem
Probable Cause
Memory count during Power-On Self-Test
(POST) is incorrect.
Optional memory expansion card
Ensure that the optional memory
is installed incorrectly,
expansion card is installed correctly.
is incompatible with the computer, or
is defective.
"Out of Memory" message is displayed on the System ran out of memory for the
screen or insufficient memory error occurs
application.
during operation.
Too many TSR (terminate-and
stay-resident) applications are
running.
Solving Minor Problems (continued)
Revised: September 16, 1999
Solution(s)
Check the application documentation
for memory requirements.
Install additional memory.
Remove from memory any TSR
applications that you do not need.
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Solving PC Card Problems
Listed in the following tables are some common causes and solutions for PC Card problems:
Solving PC Card Problems
Problem
Probable Cause
Solution(s)
When turned on, the
computer does not beep
when a PC Card is inserted.
Card is not inserted
properly.
Ensure the card is inserted
in the correct orientation.
PC Card beeps are disabled. Double-click the PC Card
icon in the Control Panel,
click the Global Settings
tab, the enable PC Card
sound effects.
Speaker is turned off or
volume is turned down.
Press volume buttons to
turn the speaker on, then
increase the volume.
PC Card drivers are not
installed.
Double click the Add New
Hardware icon in the
Control Panel for
installation instructions.
If PC Card or drivers are
not compatible with
Windows, install drivers
and use the PC Card in
MS-DOS mode.
PC Card modem, fax, or
network card does not work.
PC Card modem or fax card
does not work.
Modem network PC Card does not
work.
Memory or storage card does
not work.
Card or card driver is not
supported.
Contact your Compaq
authorized service provider
for a list of PC Cards
tested successfully in
Compaq PC Card
platforms.
Card is not fully inserted
into the slot or is not
inserted properly.
Ensure the card is inserted
in the correct orientation.
Telephone cord is not
plugged in all the way.
Check and secure
telephone connection.
Necessary drivers are not
installed (turned on).
Install drivers.
You are trying to access the See Specifications to verify
card using the wrong COM COM port.
port.
The card conflicts with a
serial device.
See Specifications to verify
address.
The card is not supported.
Use supported cards only.
Network driver is not installed
or is not set up properly.
Install driver.
Telephone cord is not properly
connected.
Verify telephone connection.
SRAM and flash memory cards
require the memory card
driver to be loaded (turned
on).
Install driver.
Flash memory cards require
the Microsoft FlashFile System
to be loaded.
Hard drives on flash
mass storage cards require the
PC Card ATA driver to
be loaded.
You are trying to access the
hard drive card using the
wrong drive letter.
Double-click My Computer to verify the
drive letter assigned to the card.
The card is not
supported.
Contact your Compaq authorized service
provider for a list of PC Cards tested
successfully in Compaq PC Card platforms.
Solving Power Problems
Also see "Solving Battery and Battery Gauge Problems" in this section.
Solving Power Problems
Problem
Probable Cause
Solution(s)
Computer won't turn on and
battery pack is not inserted.
Computer is not connected Insert battery or
to a power source.
connect an external
power source.
Power cords to the
external
Ensure that power cords
power source are
connecting the
unplugged.
computer and the
external power source
are plugged in properly.
Power adapter is defective. Replace AC Adapter and
restart.
Computer turned off while it was System board is defective.
left unattended and the power
icon is off.
System initiated
Hibernation due to a
critical low-battery
condition.
System initiated
Hibernation after a preset
timeout.
Replace the system
board.
Replace the battery
pack with a fully
charged battery pack or
connect the computer to
an external power
source. Then turn on
the computer.
Turn on the computer.
Solving Printer Problems
If you experience problems printing, run a printer self-test. Refer to the documentation provided with your printer for
instructions.
If the self-test fails, it is a printer-specific problem. Also refer to the printing section of your application documentation.
Solving Printer Problems
Problem
Probable Cause
Printer will not turn
on.
Printer will not print.
Printer prints garbled
information.
Solution(s)
Ensure that the signal
cable is properly
The signal cable may not be
connected and that the
connected properly, or the printer is
power cord is connected to
unplugged.
the electrical outlet.
Printer is not turned on or is off
line.
Turn the printer on and set
it to on line.
The device drivers for your
application are not installed.
Refer to the printer
documentation to install
the correct printer driver.
Printer that is set up for a network
is not connected to the network.
Connect the printer to the
network.
Printer cable is too long,
unshielded, or defective.
Replace the cable.
Paper tray is empty.
Fill the paper tray with
paper and set the printer
to online.
Correct printer drivers are not
installed.
Refer to the printer
documentation to install
the correct printer driver.
Cable is not connected properly.
Ensure that the printer
signal cable is properly
connected to the
computer.
Cable is defective.
Replace the printer cable
and retest.
Solving Touch Pad/Pointing Device Problems
Some common causes and solutions for Touch Pad/pointing device problems are listed in the following table.
Solving Touch Pad/Pointing Device Problems
Problem
Cause
Solution(s)
Touch Pad or mouse does not
work.
Incorrect or no device
driver is installed.
Install the device driver
and add to the
AUTOEXEC.BAT file or
CONFIG.SYS file.
The device driver is not
installed in Windows.
Install the Touch
Pad/mouse driver in
Windows.
External mouse does not work.
Mouse is not securely
connected or is connected
to an incorrect external
connector.
Ensure that the mouse
is securely connected to
the appropriate external
connector.
Touch Pad or mouse does not
work even though the device is
enabled in Windows.
Mouse is not enabled.
Enter MOUSE at the
system prompt to
activate the mouse
device driver.
Add a line in the
AUTOEXEC.BAT file to
automatically activate
the mouse device driver
each time computer is
turned on or restarted.
Cable not properly seated in Reseat cable.
Touch Pad board.
Defective Touch Pad board. Replace Touch Pad
board.
Cursor skips or moves
abnormally when using the
Touch Pad.
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Defective system board.
Replace system board.
Device driver is not
correctly installed in
Windows.
Install the appropriate
device driver in
Windows.
The Touch Pad needs to be
cleaned.
Clean the Touch Pad
with a cloth dampened
with alcohol or an
ammonia-based glass
cleaner. Wipe up liquid
with a dry cloth.
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System Unit
*
Computer Specifications
>System
Unit
US
Metric
Height
Depth
Width
1.97 in
12.32 in
10.12 in
5.0 cm
31.3 cm
25.7 cm
14.1" TFT
12.1" TFT
7.99 lbs
7.35 lbs
3.63 kg
3.34 kg
>System
Interrupts
>System
DMA
Dimensions
>System
I/O
>System
Memory
>Display
>Memory
Expansion
Weight
>Battery
Pack
>Diskette
Drive
>Hard
Drives
>CD/DVD
Drives
>Modem
>AC Adapter
>Pin
Assignments
*
Stand-alone Power Requirements
Nominal Operating
Voltage (Li Ion)
14.8 VDC
Maximum Operating
Power
56.5 W
Peak Operating Power
58.5 W
AC Power Requirements
Operating Voltage
100-240 V
Operating Current
0.8/0.4 A RMS
Operating Frequency
47-63 Hz
Maximum Transient
Meets IEC 801-4 and IEC801-5
1kV for 50 ns
Temperature
Operating
41° to 95 °F
5° to 35 °C
Non-operating
-4° to 140 °F
-20° to 60 °C
Relative Humidity (Non-condensing)
Operating
10 to 90%
Non-operating (tw =
38.7°C max)
5 to 95%
Maximum Altitude (un-presurized)
Operating
10,000 ft
3.15 km
Non-operating
30,000 ft
10.14 km
Shock
Operating
10 G, 11 ms, half sine
Non operating
240 G, 2 ms, half sine
Vibration
Operating
0.55 G, 0.25 Oct / Min sweep rate
Non-operating
1.5 G, 0.5 Oct / Min sweep rate
NOTE: Applicable product safety standards specify thermal limits
for plastic surfaces. Compaq Prosignia Series Portable Computers
operate well within this range of temperatures.
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System Interrupts
*
Hardware
IRQ
System Function
>System
Interrupts
IRQ 0
System timer
>System DMA
IRQ1
Standard 101/102-Key or Microsoft Natural
Keyboard
IRQ2
Programmable interrupt controller
IRQ3
(free)
IRQ4
Communications Port (COM1)
IRQ5
ALi PCI to USB Open Host Controller
IRQ5
ESS SOLO-1 PCI AudioDrive
IRQ5
IRQ Holder for PCI Steering
>Hard Drives
IRQ5
IRQ Holder for PCI Steering
>CD/DVD
Drives
IRQ6
Standard Floppy Disk Controller
IRQ7
Printer Port (LPT1)
IRQ8
System CMOS/real time clock
IRQ9
RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
IRQ9
IRQ Holder for PCI Steering
IRQ10
Lucent 56K V.90 PCI DF Modem
IRQ10
Generic CardBus Controller
IRQ10
IRQ Holder for PCI Steering
IRQ11
(free)
IRQ12
Synaptics PS/2 TouchPad
IRQ13
Numeric data processor
IRQ14
Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
IRQ14
ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE Controller
IRQ15
Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
IRQ15
ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE Controller
>System Unit
>System I/O
>System
Memory
>Display
>Memory
Expansion
>Battery Pack
>Diskette
Drive
>Modem
>AC Adapter
>Pin
Assignments
*
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*
>System Unit
>System
Interrupts
>System DMA
Hardware DMA
0
1
2
System Function
(free)
ESS SOLO-1 DOS Emulation
Standard Floppy Disk
Controller
3
4
(free)
Direct memory access
controller
5
6
7
(free)
(free)
(free)
>System I/O
>System
Memory
>Display
>Memory
Expansion
>Battery Pack
>Diskette
Drive
>Hard Drives
>CD/DVD
Drives
>Modem
>AC Adapter
>Pin
Assignments
*
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Battery Pack
Product Description
Illustrated Parts Catalog
Troubleshooting
Removal & Replacement
Specifications
System I/O Address
*
>System Unit
>System
Interrupts
>System DMA
>System I/O
>System
Memory
>Display
>Memory
Expansion
>Battery Pack
>Diskette
Drive
>Hard Drives
>CD/DVD
Drives
>Modem
>AC Adapter
>Pin
Assignments
*
I/O Address (xxxxx-xxxxx) - System Function
(Shipping Configuration)
x0000 - x000F Direct memory access controller
x0020 - x0021 Programmable interrupt controller
x0040 - x0043 System timer
x0060 - x0060 Standard 101/102-Key or Microsoft Natural
Keyboard
x0061 - x0061 System speaker
x0064 - x0064 Standard 101/102-Key or Microsoft Natural
Keyboard
x0070 - x0071 System CMOS/real time clock
x0080 - x0080 Motherboard resources
x0081 - x008F Direct memory access controller
x0092 - x0092 Motherboard resources
x00A0 - x00A1 Programmable interrupt controller
x00B1 - x00B3 Motherboard resources
x00C0 - x00DF Direct memory access controller
x00EA - x00EB Motherboard resources
x00F0 - x00FF Numeric data processor
x0100 - x010F Motherboard resources
x0170 - x0177 ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE Controller
x0170 - x0177 Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x01F0 - x01F7 ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE Controller
x01F0 - x01F7 Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x0200 - x0203 Gameport Joystick
x0220 - x022F ESS SOLO-1 DOS Emulation
x0330 - x0331 ESS SOLO-1 DOS Emulation
x0376 - x0376 ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE Controller
x0376 - x0376 Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x0378 - x037F Printer Port (LPT1)
x0388 - x038B ESS SOLO-1 DOS Emulation
x03B0 - x03BB RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x03C0 - x03DF RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x03F0 - x03F5 Standard Floppy Disk Controller
x03F6 - x03F6 ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE Controller
x03F6 - x03F6 Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x03F7 - x03F7 Standard Floppy Disk Controller
x03F8 - x03FF Communications Port (COM1)
x040B - x040B Motherboard resources
x0480 - x048F Motherboard resources
x04D0 - x04D1 Motherboard resources
x04D6 - x04D6 Motherboard resources
x0500 - x050F Alias of Motherboard resources
x0570 - x0577 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x0570 - x0577 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x05F0 - x05F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x05F0 - x05F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x0776 - x0776 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x0776 - x0776 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x07B0 - x07BB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x07C0 - x07DF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x07F6 - x07F6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x07F6 - x07F6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x0900 - x090F Alias of Motherboard resources
x0970 - x0977 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x0970 - x0977 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x09F0 - x09F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x09F0 - x09F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x0B76 - x0B76 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x0B76 - x0B76 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x0BB0 - x0BBB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x0BC0 - x0BDF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x0BF6 - x0BF6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x0BF6 - x0BF6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x0CF8 - x0CFF PCI bus
x0D00 - x0D0F Alias of Motherboard resources
x0D70 - x0D77 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x0D70 - x0D77 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x0DF0 - x0DF7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x0DF0 - x0DF7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x0F76 - x0F76 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x0F76 - x0F76 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x0FB0 - x0FBB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x0FC0 - x0FDF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x0FF6 - x0FF6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x0FF6 - x0FF6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x1000 - x103F Motherboard resources
x1040 - x105F Motherboard resources
x1100 - x110F Alias of Motherboard resources
x1170 - x1177 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x1170 - x1177 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x11F0 - x11F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x11F0 - x11F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x1376 - x1376 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x1376 - x1376 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x13B0 - x13BB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x13C0 - x13DF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x13F6 - x13F6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x13F6 - x13F6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x1500 - x150F Alias of Motherboard resources
x1570 - x1577 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x1570 - x1577 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x15F0 - x15F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x15F0 - x15F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x1776 - x1776 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x1776 - x1776 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x17B0 - x17BB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x17C0 - x17DF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x17F6 - x17F6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x17F6 - x17F6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x1900 - x190F Alias of Motherboard resources
x1970 - x1977 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x1970 - x1977 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x19F0 - x19F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x19F0 - x19F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x1B76 - x1B76 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x1B76 - x1B76 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x1BB0 - x1BBB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x1BC0 - x1BDF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x1BF6 - x1BF6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x1BF6 - x1BF6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x1D00 - x1D0F Alias of Motherboard resources
x1D70 - x1D77 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x1D70 - x1D77 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x1DF0 - x1DF7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controlle
x1DF0 - x1DF7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x1F76 - x1F76 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x1F76 - x1F76 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x1FB0 - x1FBB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x1FC0 - x1FDF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x1FF6 - x1FF6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x1FF6 - x1FF6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x2100 - x210F Alias of Motherboard resources
x2170 - x2177 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x2170 - x2177 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x21F0 - x21F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x21F0 - x21F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x2376 - x2376 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x2376 - x2376 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x23B0 - x23BB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x23C0 - x23DF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x23F6 - x23F6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x23F6 - x23F6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x2500 - x250F Alias of Motherboard resources
x2570 - x2577 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x2570 - x2577 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x25F0 - x25F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x25F0 - x25F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x2776 - x2776 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x2776 - x2776 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x27B0 - x27BB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x27C0 - x27DF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x27F6 - x27F6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x27F6 - x27F6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x2900 - x290F Alias of Motherboard resources
x2970 - x2977 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x2970 - x2977 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x29F0 - x29F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x29F0 - x29F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x2B76 - x2B76 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x2B76 - x2B76 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x2BB0 - x2BBB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x2BC0 - x2BDF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x2BF6 - x2BF6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x2BF6 - x2BF6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x2D00 - x2D0F Alias of Motherboard resources
x2D70 - x2D77 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x2D70 - x2D77 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x2DF0 - x2DF7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x2DF0 - x2DF7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x2F76 - x2F76 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x2F76 - x2F76 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x2FB0 - x2FBB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x2FC0 - x2FDF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x2FF6 - x2FF6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x2FF6 - x2FF6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x3100 - x310F Alias of Motherboard resources
x3170 - x3177 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x3170 - x3177 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x31F0 - x31F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x31F0 - x31F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x3376 - x3376 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x3376 - x3376 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x33B0 - x33BB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x33C0 - x33DF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x33F6 - x33F6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x33F6 - x33F6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x3500 - x350F Alias of Motherboard resources
x3570 - x3577 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x3570 - x3577 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x35F0 - x35F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x35F0 - x35F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x3776 - x3776 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x3776 - x3776 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x37B0 - x37BB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x37C0 - x37DF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x37F6 - x37F6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x37F6 - x37F6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x3900 - x390F Alias of Motherboard resources
x3970 - x3977 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x3970 - x3977 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x39F0 - x39F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x39F0 - x39F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x3B76 - x3B76 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x3B76 - x3B76 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x3BB0 - x3BBB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x3BC0 - x3BDF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x3BF6 - x3BF6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x3BF6 - x3BF6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x3D00 - x3D0F Alias of Motherboard resources
x3D70 - x3D77 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x3D70 - x3D77 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x3DF0 - x3DF7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x3DF0 - x3DF7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x3F76 - x3F76 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x3F76 - x3F76 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x3FB0 - x3FBB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x3FC0 - x3FDF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x3FF6 - x3FF6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x3FF6 - x3FF6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x4100 - x410F Alias of Motherboard resources
x4170 - x4177 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x4170 - x4177 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x41F0 - x41F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x41F0 - x41F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x4376 - x4376 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x4376 - x4376 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x43B0 - x43BB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x43C0 - x43DF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x43F6 - x43F6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x43F6 - x43F6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x4500 - x450F Alias of Motherboard resources
x4570 - x4577 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x4570 - x4577 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x45F0 - x45F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x45F0 - x45F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x4776 - x4776 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x4776 - x4776 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x47B0 - x47BB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x47C0 - x47DF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x47F6 - x47F6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x47F6 - x47F6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x4900 - x490F Alias of Motherboard resources
x4970 - x4977 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x4970 - x4977 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x49F0 - x49F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x49F0 - x49F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x4B76 - x4B76 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x4B76 - x4B76 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x4BB0 - x4BBB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x4BC0 - x4BDF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x4BF6 - x4BF6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x4BF6 - x4BF6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x4D00 - x4D0F Alias of Motherboard resources
x4D70 - x4D77 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x4D70 - x4D77 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x4DF0 - x4DF7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x4DF0 - x4DF7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x4F76 - x4F76 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x4F76 - x4F76 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x4FB0 - x4FBB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x4FC0 - x4FDF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x4FF6 - x4FF6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x4FF6 - x4FF6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x5100 - x510F Alias of Motherboard resources
x5170 - x5177 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x5170 - x5177 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x51F0 - x51F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x51F0 - x51F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x5376 - x5376 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x5376 - x5376 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x53B0 - x53BB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x53C0 - x53DF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x53F6 - x53F6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x53F6 - x53F6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x5500 - x550F Alias of Motherboard resources
x5570 - x5577 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x5570 - x5577 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x55F0 - x55F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x55F0 - x55F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x5776 - x5776 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x5776 - x5776 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x57B0 - x57BB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x57C0 - x57DF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x57F6 - x57F6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x57F6 - x57F6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x5900 - x590F Alias of Motherboard resources
x5970 - x5977 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x5970 - x5977 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x59F0 - x59F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x59F0 - x59F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x5B76 - x5B76 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x5B76 - x5B76 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x5BB0 - x5BBB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x5BC0 - x5BDF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x5BF6 - x5BF6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x5BF6 - x5BF6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x5D00 - x5D0F Alias of Motherboard resources
x5D70 - x5D77 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x5D70 - x5D77 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x5DF0 - x5DF7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x5DF0 - x5DF7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x5F76 - x5F76 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x5F76 - x5F76 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x5FB0 - x5FBB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x5FC0 - x5FDF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x5FF6 - x5FF6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x5FF6 - x5FF6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x6100 - x610F Alias of Motherboard resources
x6170 - x6177 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x6170 - x6177 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x61F0 - x61F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x61F0 - x61F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x6376 - x6376 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x6376 - x6376 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x63B0 - x63BB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x63C0 - x63DF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x63F6 - x63F6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x63F6 - x63F6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x6500 - x650F Alias of Motherboard resources
x6570 - x6577 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x6570 - x6577 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x65F0 - x65F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x65F0 - x65F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x6776 - x6776 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x6776 - x6776 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x67B0 - x67BB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x67C0 - x67DF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x67F6 - x67F6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x67F6 - x67F6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x6900 - x690F Alias of Motherboard resources
x6970 - x6977 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x6970 - x6977 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x69F0 - x69F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x69F0 - x69F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x6B76 - x6B76 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x6B76 - x6B76 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x6BB0 - x6BBB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x6BC0 - x6BDF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x6BF6 - x6BF6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x6BF6 - x6BF6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x6D00 - x6D0F Alias of Motherboard resources
x6D70 - x6D77 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x6D70 - x6D77 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x6DF0 - x6DF7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x6DF0 - x6DF7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x6F76 - x6F76 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x6F76 - x6F76 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x6FB0 - x6FBB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x6FC0 - x6FDF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x6FF6 - x6FF6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x6FF6 - x6FF6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
Continue with I/O Address
Revised: September 16, 1999
MAINTENANCE & SERVICE GUIDE
for Prosignia 150 Series Computer
Index Page
Preface -or- Notice
Specifications
Battery Pack
Product Description
Illustrated Parts Catalog
Troubleshooting
Removal & Replacement
Specifications
System Memory Catalog
*
Memory Address
System Function
x00000000 - x0009FFFF
System board extension for
PnP BIOS
x000A0000 - x000AFFFF
RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X
(English)
x000B0000 - x000BFFFF
RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X
(English)
x000C0000 - x000CBFFF
RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X
(English)
>Battery Pack
x000E0000 - x000FFFFF
>Diskette
Drive
System board extension for
PnP BIOS
x00100000 - x03FFFFFF
System board extension for
PnP BIOS
>CD/DVD
Drives
x04000000 - x04000FFF
Generic CardBus Controller
>Modem
xE0000000 - xE3FFFFFF
ALi M1541 AGP System
Controller
xFD000000 - xFDFFFFFF
RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X
(English)
xFD000000 - xFECFFFFF
PCI standard PCI-to-PCI
bridge
xFE000000 - xFE01FFFF
RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X
(English)
xFECFF000 - xFECFFFFF
RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X
(English)
xFEDFE000 - xFEDFEFFF
ALi PCI to USB Open Host
Controller
xFEDFFC00 - xFEDFFCFF
Lucent 56K V.90 PCI DF
Modem
xFFFC0000 - xFFFFFFFF
Motherboard resources
>System Unit
>System
Interrupts
>System DMA
>System I/O
>System
Memory
>Display
>Memory
Expansion
>Hard Drives
>AC Adapter
>Pin
Assignments
*
Revised: September 16, 1999
MAINTENANCE & SERVICE GUIDE
for Prosignia 150 Series Computer
Index Page
Preface -or- Notice
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Display
*
>System Unit
12.1" Fast Response Color STN SVGA TFT Dsiplay
>System
Interrupts
>System DMA
>System I/O
>System
Memory
>Display
>Memory
Expansion
U.S.
Metric
Dimensions:
Height
Width
7.83"
10.8"
19.9 cm
25.7 cm
Diagonal Size
12.1 "
30.7 cm
Mounting
internal
Number of Colors
16 M
Contrast Ratio
Typical 150:1
Brightness
Over 120 cd/m~3
>Battery Pack
>Diskette
Drive
>Hard Drives
>CD/DVD
Drives
>Modem
>AC Adapter
>Pin
Assignments
Pixel Resolution:
Pitch
Format
Configuration
0.30 x 0.30 mm
800 x 600
RGB Stripe
Backlight
Edge Light
Character Display
80 x 25, 80 x 50
Total Power Consumption
5.4 W (max)
*
14.1" Color TFT 1024 x 768 Display
U.S.
Metric
Dimensions:
Height
Width
8.43 "
11.2 "
21.42 cm
28.56 cm
Diagonal Size
14.1 "
35.8 cm
Mounting
internal
Number of Colors
64 K
Contrast Ratio
Typical 150:1
Brightness
Over 120 cd/m~3
Pixel Resolution:
Pitch
Format
Configuration
0.279 x 0.279 mm
1024 x 768
RGB Stripe
Backlight
Edge Light
Character Display
80 x 25
Total Power Consumption
6.6 W (max)
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*
>System Unit
>System
Interrupts
>System DMA
>System I/O
>System
Memory
>Display
Memory Expansion for 32-MB Memory on
System Board
System Board
Memory
(standard)
With Optional
Total Memory
Expansion Memory
32-MB
32-MB
64-MB
32-MB
64-MB
96-MB
32-MB
128-MB
160-MB
>Memory
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>Battery Pack
>Diskette Drive
>Hard Drives
>CD/DVD
Drives
>Modem
>AC Adapter
>Pin
Assignments
*
Memory Expansion for 64-MB Memory on
System Board
System Board
Memory
(standard)
With Optional
Total Memory
Expansion Memory
64-MB
32-MB
96-MB
64-MB
64-MB
128-MB
64-MB
128-MB
192-MB
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Li Ion Battery Pack
*
US
Metric
Height
Length
Width
.81"
3.05"
5.69"
2.05 cm
7.75 cm
14.45 cm
Weight
.85 lb
.39 kg
>System Unit
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Interrupts
Dimensions
>System DMA
>System I/O
>System
Memory
>Display
>Memory
Expansion
>Battery Pack
>Diskette
Drive
>Hard Drives
>CD/DVD
Drives
>Modem
>AC Adapter
>Pin
Assignments
Energy
Voltage
Amp-hour capacity
Watt-hour capacity
14.8 V
3.0 Ah
44.4 Wh
Tempature
Operating
Non-operating
*
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32 to 113 F
-4 to 140 F
0 to 45 C
-20 to 60 C
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*
>System Unit
Diskette Size
Light
Height
>System
Interrupts
>System DMA
>System I/O
Bytes per Sector
Sectors per Track
High density
Low density
>System
Memory
>Display
>Memory
Expansion
High Density
Low Density
>Diskette
Drive
>CD/DVD
Drives
>Modem
>AC Adapter
>Pin
Assignments
512
18 (1.44 MB) /
15 (1.2 MB)
9
Tracks per side
>Battery Pack
>Hard Drives
3.5"
none
.5" / 1.27 cm
80 (1.44 MB) /
80 (1.2 MB)
80
Access Times
Track-to-Track (high/low)
Average (ms)
Settling Time (ms)
Latency Average
Number of Read/Write Heads
*
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3 ms/6 ms
94 ms/174ms
15 ms
100
2
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Hard Drives
*
4.0 GB Hard Drive
>System Unit
Capacity
Type
>System
Interrupts
4.3 GB
65
>System DMA
Transfer Rate
>System I/O
Media
Interface
60.8 to 107.2 Mb/s
33.3 MB/s
Sector Interleave
Seek Time
Track-to-track
Average Maximum
Rotational Speed
(typical reads including
setting)
1:1
2.5 ms
13 ms (read)
23 ms
4200 rpm
>System
Memory
>Display
>Memory
Expansion
>Battery Pack
>Diskette
Drive
>Hard Drives
>CD/DVD
Drives
>Modem
>AC Adapter
>Pin
Assignments
*
Physical Configuration
Cylinders
Heads
Sectors per track
Bytes per sector
8647
6
240-250
512
Logical Configuration
Cylinders
Heads
Sectors per Track
Bytes per sector
7944
15
63
512
Buffer Size
512 KB
6.4 GB Hard Drive
Capacity
Type
6.4 GB
65
Transfer Rate:
Media
Interface
60.8 to 107.2 Mb/s
33.3 MB/s
Sector Interleave
Seek Time
Track-to-track
Average Maximum
Rotational Speed
(typical reads including
setting)
1:1
2.5 ms
13 ms (read)
23 ms
4200 rpm
Physical Configuration
Cylinders
Heads
Sectors per track
Bytes per sector
8647
6
240-250
512
Logical Configuration
Cylinders
Heads
Sectors per Track
Bytes per sector
13424
15
63
512
Buffer Size
512 KB
10 GB Hard Drive
Capacity
10 GB
Type
65
Transfer Rate:
Media
Interface
69 to 118 Mb/s
16.6 MB/s
Sector Interleave
Seek Time
Track-to-track
Average Maximum
Rotational Speed
(typical reads including
setting)
1:1
4 ms
12 ms (read)
23 ms
4200 rpm
Physical Configuration
Cylinders
Heads
Sectors per track
Bytes per sector
11,968
6
190-330
512
Logical Configuration
Cylinders
Heads
Sectors per Track
Bytes per sector
16,383
15
63
512
Buffer Size
420 KB
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CD/DVD Drives
*
>System Unit
>System
Interrupts
>System DMA
>System I/O
>System
Memory
>Display
>Memory
Expansion
>Battery Pack
>Diskette
Drive
>Hard Drives
>CD/DVD
Drives
>Modem
>AC Adapter
>Pin
Assignments
*
24X Max CD-ROM Drive
CD-DA, CD-ROM, CD-ROM XA,
CD-1, Photo CD (multisession),
Applicable Disk
Video CD, CD-R, CD-Extra
(CD+), CD-G, CD-RW
Center Hole Diameter
Disc Diameter
Disc Thickness
Track Pitch
Access Times
(typical, including
setting)
.6" / 15mm
12cm, 8cm
1.2mm
1.6um
110 ms
Audio Output Level
Line out
Headphone
+/- 0.27 Vrms
none
Cache Buffer
Data Transfer Rate
(typical, including
settings)
128 KB
3600 KB/s
150 KB/s
16.66 MB/sec
Startup Time
Stop time
< 8 sec
< 4 sec
4x DVD-ROM Drive
DVD-ROM, CD-ROM, CD-XA,
CD-I, Photo CD, Multisession,
Applicable Disk
Audio, CD-R, CD-RW
Center Hole Diameter
Disc Diameter
.6" / 15mm
120 mm (12cm = 4.72 in.) or
80 mm
Disc Thickness
4.7", 3.15" / 12cm, 8cm
Track Pitch
0.74um (DVD)
Laser
Beam Divergence
.05" / 1.2cm
Access Times
(typical, including
setting)
Audio Output Level
Line out
Headphone
< 150 ms (DVD)
0.8 volts RMS
0 - 0.6 volts RMS
Cache Buffer
Sustained Data Transfer
Rate
512 KB/s
5400 KB/s
Startup Time
Stop time
< 15 sec
< 4 sec
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*
>System Unit
>System
Interrupts
>System DMA
>System I/O
>System
Memory
>Display
>Memory
Expansion
>Battery Pack
>Diskette
Drive
>Hard Drives
>CD/DVD
Drives
>Modem
ITU v.90~6 standard
Full ITU-T V.34 compliance
Compliance Full compliance with: V.21, V.22,
V.22bis, V.23, V.32, V.32bis, Bell
03, Bell 212A
Data
Compression
V.42bis/MNP 5
Fax
Modulation
V. 17
V. 21 (Group III Compatible)
V.29
V.27Ter
Command
Set
Hayes AT
Class 1 Fax
Cable
6 Ft. RJ-11 telephone cable
>AC Adapter
>Pin
Assignments
*
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AC Adapter
*
>System Unit
>System
Interrupts
>System DMA
>System I/O
>System
Memory
>Display
Weight
0.7 lbs/ 0.32 kg
Power Supply (Input)
Operating Voltage
Operating Current
Operating Frequency
Range
Maximum Transient
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Drive
>Hard Drives
>CD/DVD
Drives
>Modem
>AC Adapter
>Pin
Assignments
*
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90 to 264 VAC RMS
1.5 A RMS
47 to 63 Hz AC
4KV
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Connector Pin Assignments
This appendix provides connector pin assignment tables for Compaq Compaq
Prosignia 150 Portable Computers. For more information on connectors, refer
to the section on Rear Connectors.
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Parallel Connector
Serial Connector
Keyboard/Mouse
External VGA Monitor
Universal Serial Bus
Modem
NOTE: The signals in all tables of this appendix are considered active high unless
otherwise indicated by an asterisk (*).
Parallel Connector
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
Strobe*
10
Acknowledge*
2
Data Bit 0
11
Busy
3
Data Bit 1
12
Paper Out
4
Data Bit 2
13
Select
5
Data Bit 3
14
Auto Linefeed*
6
Data Bit 4
15
Error*
7
Data Bit 5
16
Initialize Printer*
8
Data Bit 6
17
Select In*
9
Data Bit 7
18-25
Signal Ground
* = Active low
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Serial Connector
Connector
Pin
Signal
1
Carrier Detect
2
Receive Data
3
Transmit Data
4
Data Terminal Ready
5
Signal Ground
6
Data Set Ready
7
Ready to Send
8
Clear to Send
9
Ring Indicator
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Keyboard/Mouse
Connector
Pin
Signal
1
Data 1
2
Data 2
3
Ground
4
+5 V
5
Clock 1
6
Clock 2
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External VGA Monitor
Connector
Pin
Signal
1
Red Analog
2
Green Analog
3
Blue Analog
4
Not connected
5
Ground
6
Ground Analog
7
Ground Analog
8
Ground Analog
9
Not connected
10
Ground
11
Monitor Detect
12
DDC2B Data
13
Horizontal Sync
14
Vertical Sync
15
DDC2B Clock
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Universal Serial Bus
Connector
Pin
Signal
1
+5V
2
Data -
3
Data +
4
Ground
Return to the top.
Modem
Connector
Pin
Signal
1
Unused
2
Unused
3
Tip
4
Ring
5
Unused
6
Unused
Return to the top.
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>Pin
Assignments
*
I/O Address (xxxxx-xxxxx) - System Function
(Shipping Configuration)
x7100 - x710F Alias of Motherboard resources
x7170 - x7177 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x7170 - x7177 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x71F0 - x71F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x71F0 - x71F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x7376 - x7376 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x7376 - x7376 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x73B0 - x73BB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x73C0 - x73DF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x73F6 - x73F6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x73F6 - x73F6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x7500 - x750F Alias of Motherboard resources
x7570 - x7577 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x7570 - x7577 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x75F0 - x75F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x75F0 - x75F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x7776 - x7776 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x7776 - x7776 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x77B0 - x77BB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x77C0 - x77DF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x77F6 - x77F6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x77F6 - x77F6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x7900 - x790F Alias of Motherboard resources
x7970 - x7977 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x7970 - x7977 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x79F0 - x79F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x79F0 - x79F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x7B76 - x7B76 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x7B76 - x7B76 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x7BB0 - x7BBB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x7BC0 - x7BDF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x7BF6 - x7BF6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x7BF6 - x7BF6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x7D00 - x7D0F Alias of Motherboard resources
x7D70 - x7D77 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x7D70 - x7D77 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x7DF0 - x7DF7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x7DF0 - x7DF7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x7F76 - x7F76 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x7F76 - x7F76 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x7FB0 - x7FBB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x7FC0 - x7FDF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x7FF6 - x7FF6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x7FF6 - x7FF6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x8100 - x810F Alias of Motherboard resources
x8170 - x8177 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x8170 - x8177 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x81F0 - x81F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x81F0 - x81F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x8376 - x8376 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x8376 - x8376 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x83B0 - x83BB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x83C0 - x83DF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x83F6 - x83F6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x83F6 - x83F6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x8500 - x850F Alias of Motherboard resources
x8570 - x8577 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x8570 - x8577 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x85F0 - x85F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x85F0 - x85F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x8776 - x8776 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x8776 - x8776 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x87B0 - x87BB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x87C0 - x87DF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x87F6 - x87F6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x87F6 - x87F6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x8900 - x890F Alias of Motherboard resources
x8970 - x8977 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x8970 - x8977 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x89F0 - x89F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x89F0 - x89F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x8B76 - x8B76 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x8B76 - x8B76 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x8BB0 - x8BBB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x8BC0 - x8BDF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x8BF6 - x8BF6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x8BF6 - x8BF6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x8D00 - x8D0F Alias of Motherboard resources
x8D70 - x8D77 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x8D70 - x8D77 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x8DF0 - x8DF7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x8DF0 - x8DF7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x8F76 - x8F76 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x8F76 - x8F76 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x8FB0 - x8FBB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x8FC0 - x8FDF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x8FF6 - x8FF6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x8FF6 - x8FF6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x9100 - x910F Alias of Motherboard resources
x9170 - x9177 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x9170 - x9177 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x91F0 - x91F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x91F0 - x91F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x9376 - x9376 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x9376 - x9376 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x93B0 - x93BB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x93C0 - x93DF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x93F6 - x93F6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x93F6 - x93F6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x9500 - x950F Alias of Motherboard resources
x9570 - x9577 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x9570 - x9577 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x95F0 - x95F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x95F0 - x95F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x9776 - x9776 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x9776 - x9776 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x97B0 - x97BB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x97C0 - x97DF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x97F6 - x97F6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x97F6 - x97F6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x9900 - x990F Alias of Motherboard resources
x9970 - x9977 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x9970 - x9977 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x99F0 - x99F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x99F0 - x99F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x9B76 - x9B76 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x9B76 - x9B76 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x9BB0 - x9BBB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x9BC0 - x9BDF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x9BF6 - x9BF6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x9BF6 - x9BF6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x9D00 - x9D0F Alias of Motherboard resources
x9D70 - x9D77 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x9D70 - x9D77 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x9DF0 - x9DF7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x9DF0 - x9DF7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x9F76 - x9F76 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x9F76 - x9F76 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
x9FB0 - x9FBB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x9FC0 - x9FDF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
x9FF6 - x9FF6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
x9FF6 - x9FF6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xA100 - xA10F Alias of Motherboard resources
xA170 - xA177 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xA170 - xA177 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xA1F0 - xA1F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xA1F0 - xA1F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xA376 - xA376 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xA376 - xA376 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xA3B0 - xA3BB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xA3C0 - xA3DF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xA3F6 - xA3F6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xA3F6 - xA3F6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xA500 - xA50F Alias of Motherboard resources
xA570 - xA577 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xA570 - xA577 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xA5F0 - xA5F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xA5F0 - xA5F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xA776 - xA776 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xA776 - xA776 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xA7B0 - xA7BB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xA7C0 - xA7DF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xA7F6 - xA7F6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xA7F6 - xA7F6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xA900 - xA90F Alias of Motherboard resources
xA970 - xA977 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xA970 - xA977 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xA9F0 - xA9F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xA9F0 - xA9F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xAB76 - xAB76 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xAB76 - xAB76 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xABB0 - xABBB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xABC0 - xABDF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xABF6 - xABF6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xABF6 - xABF6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xAD00 - xAD0F Alias of Motherboard resources
xAD70 - xAD77 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xAD70 - xAD77 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xADF0 - xADF7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xADF0 - xADF7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xAF76 - xAF76 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xAF76 - xAF76 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xAFB0 - xAFBB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xAFC0 - xAFDF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xAFF6 - xAFF6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xAFF6 - xAFF6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xB100 - xB10F Alias of Motherboard resources
xB170 - xB177 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xB170 - xB177 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xB1F0 - xB1F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xB1F0 - xB1F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xB376 - xB376 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xB376 - xB376 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xB3B0 - xB3BB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xB3C0 - xB3DF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xB3F6 - xB3F6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xB3F6 - xB3F6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xB500 - xB50F Alias of Motherboard resources
xB570 - xB577 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xB570 - xB577 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xB5F0 - xB5F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xB5F0 - xB5F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xB776 - xB776 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xB776 - xB776 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xB7B0 - xB7BB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xB7C0 - xB7DF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xB7F6 - xB7F6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xB7F6 - xB7F6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xB900 - xB90F Alias of Motherboard resources
xB970 - xB977 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xB970 - xB977 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xB9F0 - xB9F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xB9F0 - xB9F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xBB76 - xBB76 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xBB76 - xBB76 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xBBB0 - xBBBB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xBBC0 - xBBDF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xBBF6 - xBBF6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xBBF6 - xBBF6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xBD00 - xBD0F Alias of Motherboard resources
xBD70 - xBD77 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xBD70 - xBD77 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xBDF0 - xBDF7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xBDF0 - xBDF7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xBF76 - xBF76 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xBF76 - xBF76 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xBFB0 - xBFBB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xBFC0 - xBFDF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xBFF6 - xBFF6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xBFF6 - xBFF6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xC100 - xC10F Alias of Motherboard resources
xC170 - xC177 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xC170 - xC177 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xC1F0 - xC1F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xC1F0 - xC1F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xC376 - xC376 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xC376 - xC376 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xC3B0 - xC3BB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xC3C0 - xC3DF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xC3F6 - xC3F6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xC3F6 - xC3F6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xC500 - xC50F Alias of Motherboard resources
xC570 - xC577 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xC570 - xC577 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xC5F0 - xC5F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xC5F0 - xC5F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xC776 - xC776 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xC776 - xC776 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xC7B0 - xC7BB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xC7C0 - xC7DF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xC7F6 - xC7F6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xC7F6 - xC7F6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xC900 - xC90F Alias of Motherboard resources
xC970 - xC977 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xC970 - xC977 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xC9F0 - xC9F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xC9F0 - xC9F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xCB76 - xCB76 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xCB76 - xCB76 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xCBB0 - xCBBB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xCBC0 - xCBDF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xCBF6 - xCBF6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xCBF6 - xCBF6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xCD00 - xCD0F Alias of Motherboard resources
xCD70 - xCD77 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xCD70 - xCD77 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xCDF0 - xCDF7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xCDF0 - xCDF7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xCF76 - xCF76 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xCF76 - xCF76 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xCFB0 - xCFBB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xCFC0 - xCFDF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xCFF6 - xCFF6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xCFF6 - xCFF6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xD100 - xD10F Alias of Motherboard resources
xD170 - xD177 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xD170 - xD177 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xD1F0 - xD1F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xD1F0 - xD1F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xD376 - xD376 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xD376 - xD376 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xD3B0 - xD3BB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xD3C0 - xD3DF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xD3F6 - xD3F6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xD3F6 - xD3F6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xD500 - xD50F Alias of Motherboard resources
xD570 - xD577 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xD570 - xD577 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xD5F0 - xD5F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xD5F0 - xD5F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xD776 - xD776 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xD776 - xD776 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xD7B0 - xD7BB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xD7C0 - xD7DF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xD7F6 - xD7F6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xD7F6 - xD7F6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xD900 - xD90F Alias of Motherboard resources
xD970 - xD977 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xD970 - xD977 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xD9F0 - xD9F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xD9F0 - xD9F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xDB76 - xDB76 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xDB76 - xDB76 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xDBB0 - xDBBB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xDBC0 - xDBDF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xDBF6 - xDBF6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xDBF6 - xDBF6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xDD00 - xDD0F Alias of Motherboard resources
xDD70 - xDD77 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xDD70 - xDD77 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xDDF0 - xDDF7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xDDF0 - xDDF7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xDF76 - xDF76 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xDF76 - xDF76 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xDFB0 - xDFBB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xDFC0 - xDFDF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xDFF6 - xDFF6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xDFF6 - xDFF6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xE000 - xEFFF PCI standard PCI-to-PCI bridge
xE100 - xE10F Alias of Motherboard resources
xE170 - xE177 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xE170 - xE177 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xE1F0 - xE1F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xE1F0 - xE1F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xE376 - xE376 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xE376 - xE376 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xE3B0 - xE3BB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xE3C0 - xE3DF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xE3F6 - xE3F6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xE3F6 - xE3F6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xE500 - xE50F Alias of Motherboard resources
xE570 - xE577 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xE570 - xE577 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xE5F0 - xE5F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xE5F0 - xE5F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xE776 - xE776 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xE776 - xE776 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xE7B0 - xE7BB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xE7C0 - xE7DF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xE7F6 - xE7F6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xE7F6 - xE7F6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xE800 - xE8FF RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xE900 - xE90F Alias of Motherboard resources
xE970 - xE977 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xE970 - xE977 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xE9F0 - xE9F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xE9F0 - xE9F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xEB76 - xEB76 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xEB76 - xEB76 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xEBB0 - xEBBB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xEBC0 - xEBDF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xEBF6 - xEBF6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xEBF6 - xEBF6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xED00 - xED0F Alias of Motherboard resources
xED70 - xED77 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xED70 - xED77 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xEDF0 - xEDF7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xEDF0 - xEDF7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xEF76 - xEF76 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xEF76 - xEF76 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xEFB0 - xEFBB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xEFC0 - xEFDF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xEFF6 - xEFF6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xEFF6 - xEFF6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xF100 - xF10F Alias of Motherboard resources
xF170 - xF177 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xF170 - xF177 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xF1F0 - xF1F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xF1F0 - xF1F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xF376 - xF376 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xF376 - xF376 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xF3B0 - xF3BB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xF3C0 - xF3DF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xF3F6 - xF3F6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xF3F6 - xF3F6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xF500 - xF50F Alias of Motherboard resources
xF570 - xF577 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xF570 - xF577 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xF5F0 - xF5F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xF5F0 - xF5F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xF776 - xF776 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controlle
xF776 - xF776 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xF7B0 - xF7BB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xF7C0 - xF7DF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xF7F6 - xF7F6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xF7F6 - xF7F6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xF800 - xF8FF Lucent 56K V.90 PCI DF Modem
xF900 - xF90F Alias of Motherboard resources
xF970 - xF977 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xF970 - xF977 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xF9F0 - xF9F7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xF9F0 - xF9F7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xFB76 - xFB76 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xFB76 - xFB76 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xFBB0 - xFBBB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xFBC0 - xFBDF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xFBF6 - xFBF6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xFBF6 - xFBF6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xFC78 - xFC7F Lucent 56K V.90 PCI DF Modem
xFC88 - xFC8B ESS SOLO-1 PCI AudioDrive
xFC8C - xFC8F ESS SOLO-1 PCI AudioDrive
xFC90 - xFC97 Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xFC90 - xFC9F ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE Controller
xFC98 - xFC9F Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xFCA0 - xFCAF ESS SOLO-1 PCI AudioDrive
xFCB0 - xFCBF ESS SOLO-1 PCI AudioDrive
xFCC0 - xFCFF ESS SOLO-1 PCI AudioDrive
xFD00 - xFD0F Alias of Motherboard resources
xFD70 - xFD77 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xFD70 - xFD77 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xFDF0 - xFDF7 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xFDF0 - xFDF7 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xFF76 - xFF76 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xFF76 - xFF76 Alias of Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
xFFB0 - xFFBB Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xFFC0 - xFFDF Alias of RAGE LT PRO AGP 2X (English)
xFFF6 - xFFF6 Alias of ALi M5229 PCI Bus Master IDE
Controller
xFFF6 - xFFF6 Alias of Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
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Battery Pack
Product Description
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Troubleshooting
Removal & Replacement
Troubleshooting
Contacting Compaq Support
.on
>Preliminaries
>Clearing
CMOS
>Power-on
Self-test
>Compaq
Diagnostics
Obtain the following information before contacting Compaq Reseller
Support:
● Product name
●
●
●
●
>Diagnostic
Error codes
●
>Test Utilities
●
>Solving
Minor
Problems
●
>Contacting
Compaq
●
●
Product serial number
Purchase date
Conditions under which the problem occurred
Any error messages that have occurred
Hardware configuration
Type of printer connected
Hardware/software being used
Printed result of Computer Checkup (TEST)
Printed copies of CONFIG.SYS and AUTOEXEC.BAT files, if possible
.
Shipping Preparation
To ship the computer, complete the following steps:
1. Back up the critical hard drive files. Ensure that backup tapes/diskette
are not exposed to electrical or magnetic fields while stored in transit.
2. Turn off the computer and external devices.
3. Disconnect the external devices from their power sources, then from
the computer.
Ensure that there is not a diskette in the
IMPORTANT: diskette drive and that there are no PC
Cards in the PC slots.
4. Close the display and all exterior doors of the computer.
5. Pack the computer with sufficient packing material to protect it. Use
the original packing box or similar packaging.
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*
>System Unit
Spare Part
Number
Keyboard
Description
>Mass Storage
Devices
1
>Board
Components
134092-001
US
134092-002
Int'l
134092-031
UK
134092-051
France
134092-291
Japan
2 Palmrest 134085-001
Cover
w/TouchPad
and Button
Board
2 Palmrest 134086-001
Cover
w/TouchPad
and Button
Board--for
14.1"
monitor
3 Upper CPU 134088-001
Cover
w/Power
Switch
352889-001
4
Speaker
Assembly
w/Enclosures
& Cables
5
Base
134087-001
Enclosure 161065-001
6 Battery Pack
Li Ion
388647-001
>Cable Kit
>Hardware Kit
>Plastics Kit
>Display
Assembly
>Miscellaneous
Parts
>Documentation
& Software
*
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Product Description
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Removal & Replacement
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Mass Storage Devices
*
>System Unit
>Mass Storage
Devices
>Board
Components
>Cable Kit
>Hardware Kit
>Plastics Kit
>Display
Assembly
>Miscellaneous
Parts
>Documentation
& Software
*
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Description
Part
Number
1 Hard Drives
4.0-GB
123927-001
4.3-GB
154475-001
6.4-GB
123928-001
10.0-GB
118166-001
134089-001
2 1.44-MB
Diskette
Drive
3 4x DVD
134084-001
Drive
24x CD
134083-001
Drive
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.
>System Unit
>Mass Storage
Devices
>Board
Components
>Cable Kit
>Hardware Kit
>Plastics Kit
>Display
Assembly
>Miscellaneous
Parts
>Documentation
& Software
.
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Description Spare Part
Number
1 Heatspreader 152620-001
352891-001
2 Voltage
Convertor
Board
3 Modem 56K Data/Fax w/o
SRAM
US
400445-001
International 134136-021
4 AMD K6-2 Processors:
350-Mhz
122698-001
380-Mhz
123923-001
400-MHz
134079-001
433-Mhz
158851-001
475-MHz
161064-001
5 System Boards
System
400440-001
Board I/O
158849-001
System
Board I/O
with 1MB
Cache
6 Fan
400444-001
Assembly
7 System memory
32-MB
122699-001
64-MB
122700-001
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*
>System Unit
>Mass Storage
Devices
>Board
Components
>Cable Kit
>Hardware Kit
>Plastics Kit
>Display
Assembly
>Miscellaneous
Parts
>Documentation
& Software
*
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Spare Part
Number:
330946-001
1 Diskette
Drive Cable
2 CD or DVD
Drive Cable
3 Modem
Cable
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*
>System Unit
>Mass Storage
Devices
>Board
Components
>Cable Kit
>Hardware Kit
>Plastics Kit
>Display
Assembly
>Miscellaneous
Parts
>Documentation
& Software
*
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Spare Part Number:
346853-001
Description Quantity
1 Hard Drive 1 each
Mounting
Bracket
2 LCD Guide 1 each
FPC
4 each
3 Spring
Torsion
PCMCIA
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*
>System Unit
>Mass Storage
Devices
>Board
Components
>Cable Kit
>Hardware Kit
>Plastics Kit
>Display
Assembly
>Miscellaneous
Parts
>Documentation
& Software
*
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Spare Part Number:
134090-001
Description Quantity
1 each
1 Door,
Battery
Pack
1 each
2 Cover,
Memory
Module
3 Door,
1 each
PCMCIA
1 each
4 Display
Hinge
Cover,
(Left)
1 each
5 Display
Hinge
Cover,
(Right)
6 CD Drive 1 each
Guide
7 Rubber
4 each
Plug (A)
8 Rubber
4 each
Plug (B)
9 Rubber
8 each
Foot
10 Latch
2 each
(Right)
11 Latch
2 each
(Left)
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*
>System Unit
>Mass Storage
Devices
>Board
Components
>Cable Kit
>Hardware Kit
>Plastics Kit
>Display
Assembly
>Miscellaneous
Parts
>Documentation
& Software
*
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Description
Spare Part
Number
12.1 TFT
w/LVDS
134081-001
14.1 TFT
w/LVDS
134082-001
MAINTENANCE & SERVICE GUIDE
for Prosignia 150 Series Computer
Index Page
Preface -or- Notice
Specifications
Battery Pack
Product Description
Illustrated Parts Catalog
Troubleshooting
Removal & Replacement
Illustrated Parts Catalog
Miscellaneous Parts
*
>System Unit
>Mass Storage
Devices
>Board
Components
>Cable Kit
Description
Part
Number
1 AC Adapter 298239-001
2 Port
102270-001
Replicator
>Hardware Kit
>Plastics Kit
>Display
Assembly
>Miscellaneous
Parts
>Documentation
& Software
*
Parts Not Shown:
Description
Misc.
330959-001
Screw Kit
Logo Kit
134091-001
Return Kit 293799-001
AC Power Cord
USA
293831-001
Int'l
293831-002
UK
293831-031
Japan
Revised: September 16, 1999
Part
Number
293831-291
MAINTENANCE & SERVICE GUIDE
for Prosignia 150 Series Computer
Index Page
Preface -or- Notice
Specifications
Battery Pack
Product Description
Illustrated Parts Catalog
Troubleshooting
Removal & Replacement
Illustrated Parts Catalog
Documentation & Software
.
>System Unit
>Mass Storage
Devices
>Board
Components
>Cable Kit
>Hardware Kit
>Plastics Kit
>Display
Assembly
>Miscellaneous
Parts
>Documentation
& Software
.
Description
Spare Part
Number
Quick Restore, Windows 98
USA
118621-001
France
118621-051
Quick Reference Guide
(quarterly
184960-001
subscription)
QuickFind for
137906-xxx
Windows, United
States
*QuickFind is updated monthly. To
complete the QuickFind part number, add
the suffix from the table below for the
desired month. If you do not specify the
3-digit suffix, the default is the current
month in which the order is placed.
QuickFind Part Number Suffix
Suffix Month Suffix Month
-001 January -007 July
-002 February -008 August
-003 March
-009 September
-004 April
-010 October
-005 May
-011 November
-006 June
-012 December
Revised: September 16, 1999
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