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Chapter 1: SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
SCOPE
This document describes the functional specifications for the Compal NoteBook personal
computer ACY25 series. The system is hardware and software compatible with the IBM
PC/AT personal computer.
SYSTEM
• Intel Mobile P4 1.4G/1.5G/1.6G/1.7G/1.8G/1.9G/2.0GHz (μFCPGA CPU)
• SIS650(SIS315 VGA embedded)
• SB SIS961 for system controller, PCI controller, LPC, AC_link interface, IDE controller &
USB interface.
• SMSC LPC47N227 for FDC, one Serial ports and one Parallel port
• NS87591 for Keyboard Controller, Keyboard Scanner and Battery management Unit
• ENE CB1420 for Card Bus PCMCIA controller.
• Realtech ALC202A for AC97 codec
• Realtech 8100BL for On Board LAN controller
Memory
• Two 200-pin +2.5V DDR SO-DIMM connector, supporting PC1600/PC2100 DDR SDRM
memory card. Maximum upgradable to 1GMB by two 512MB DDR SO-DIMM modules.
128MB, 256MB, 512MB DDR SDRM RAM module.
• 512KB L2 Cache on CPU
BIOS
• 512KB Flash ROM for system and Keyboard BIOS (Bootblock)
a) Suspend to Disk
b) Password protection for System and HDD
c) PC99 and windows WinXP/W2K ready with PnP
d) ACPI compliant BIOS
e) Support windowXP
f) Various hot key for system control
Power
• The charging time from empty to full capacity 3hrs typical (system off), 6.0hrs typical
(system on) at room temperature. based on system loading.
• More than 300 charging / discharging cycles.
• 2.5hr battery mark operation time with PMU disable, APCI enabled and backlight adjusted
to 3/7 Maximum brightness.
• 8-cell Li-Ion of 18650 size battery pack with 57.7wh capacity
Chapter 1-1
One 2.5" (9.5mm) up to 40GB Hard Disk
• Bus Master IDE
• Removable
• Support Ultra 100 synchronous DMA(ATA-100)
LAN on board 3COM Realtech 8100BL
Options
• Removable 2.5" IDE HDD, upto 40GB
• Removable Module : CD-ROM, DVD, CDRW, CDRW/DVD COMBO.
• MINI-PCI AC-Link soft modem
• 128MB/256MB/512MB PC1600/PC2100 DDR SO-DIMM modules
• LiIon Main Battery Pack
Touch Pad with two buttons(Standards Compliance)
• ACPI compliance
• Win XP and W2K hardware compliance
I/O Ports
• One 25 pins Parallel port, EPP/ECP Capability
• One 15 pins CRT port
• One 6 pins external PS2/AT full keyboard connector
• One Audio Microphone in, Line out port (with Digital volume control)
• Build in Microphone
• One 3 pins AC Adapter Jack
• One type III/Two type II PCMCIA Card Bus slots
• Three 4 pins USB port
• One RJ11/RJ45 for modem and LAN
PCMCIA Controller
• PC card 95 supported with one type III/two type II card sockets
• SRAM, OTPROM, FLASH ROM, mask ROM memory card up to 64MB
• MODEM/LAN card
• 32bit PCI bus
• Card bus card
Chapter 1-2
Excellent Power Management Function
• Standby mode or Hibernation mode, by time out or by hot key
• Speedstep option
• HDD Local Stand-By mode by time out
• LCD Local Stand-By mode by time out
• Low battery alarm by beep and system window (power state indication using the 2 LED on
the palm rest add detail here)
• System status indicators
a) LED system window by 3 LED′s for Num Lock, Caps Lock, Scroll Lock display
b) 4 LED’S indicators
1) POWER: System Active - LED is solid green
Suspend
- LED is solid amber
2) IDE
: Action
- LED flashes green as accessed
3) BATTERY: Charging
- LED is blinking green per four seconds
Fully charged
- LED is solid green
Discharging
- LED is off
Low batt. (10%) - LED is sold amber;
Critical low (5%) - LED is fast blinking amber per second
system beeps when critical low first reached.
4) Wireless: LED is solid green
• Auto-backlight off when LCD cover closed
• ACPI 1.0B supported
Switch
• Power switch
• LCD Lid switch
• Internet switch
• Wireless ON/OFF switch
• E-mail switch
AC Adapter
• Universal AC adapter module. 90-265VAC, 47-63HZ, 70W.
Security
• Boot-up password protection
• Single level password architecture. (Supervisor)
• HDD Password
Memory Card & DDR SO-DIMM Socket
• 128MB, 256MB, 512MB +2.5V PC1600/PC2100 200-Pin DDR SO-DIMM Memory Card
Ready.
Chapter 1-3
Electrical specifications
Mother Board
Microprocessor
• Intel μFCPGA
• Design for Mobile, Northwood, PENTIUM 4
• Level 2 Cache controller supported
• Level 1 Write-Back Cache supported
System Logic
• SIS
• Host Bridge/ controller processor host Bus support
• Integrated DRAM controller
• VB BUS Interface
• Power management Functions
• Hyber Link Interface
Memory
• System SDRAM
128MB,256MB,512MB PC1600 /PC2100 DDR SO-DIMM memory modules upgradable to
1GMB extended memory maximum
• System + EC ROM BIOS
512KB Flash ROM
Fixed Disk Interface
• PCI IDE supported
• ATA-5 supported
• PIO MODE 4 Timing supported
• Ultra 100 synchronous DMA mode supported
Video Subsystem
• Graphics Controller embedded in NB SIS650
• 256 bit graphics core
• Texture mapped 3D with point sampled, Bilinear, Trilinear, and Anisotropic filtering
• Hardware setup with support for strips and fans
• Hardware motion compensation assist for software MPEG/DVD decode
• PC 99 and PC 2001 Compliant
Chapter 1-4
Super I/O Controller
• SMSC LPC47N227
• Outstanding Features
• LPC bus interface, based on Intel’s LPC Interface Specification Revision 1.01, February
1999 (supports CLKRUN and LPCPD signals)
• PC99 and ACPI compliant
• Serial IRQ support (15 options)
• Interrupt Serializer (4 Parallel IRQs to Serial IRQ)
• Intermal FDD signal support
• 5V tolerant and back-drive protected pins (except LPC bus pins)
• 100-pin TQFP Package
Keyboard Controller
• NS87591
• KBC standard interface
• Support three independent PS/2 devices ( K/B, mouse and internal pointing device )
• Real Time Clock (RTC )
DS1287,MC146818 and PC87911 compatible
• Four on chip times
16-bit programmable timer base counter with 5 bit prescaler
8-bit WATCHDOG timer
16-bit timer with 30-us resolution
16-bit general purpose timer with PWM and Capture Capabilities
• Support AMP1.2
• Active mode operating frequency 4-10 MHz
Chapter 1-5
ACPI CarBus Controller ENE CB1420
• ACPI-PCI Bus Power Management Interface specification Rev 1.1 Compliant
• Supports OnNow LAN wakeup, OnNow Ring Indicate, PCI CLKRUN#, and PME#, AND
CardBus CCLKRUN#
• Compliant with PCI specification v2.2, PC Card Standard 7.0 and JEIDA 4.1
• Yenta TM PCI to PCMCIA CardBus Bridge register compatible
• ExCA (Exchangeable Card Architeture) compatible registers mappable in memory and I/O
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• Intel TM 82365SL PCIC Register Compatible
• Supports PCMCIA_ATA Specification
• Supports 5V/3.3V PC Cards and 3.3V CardBus cards
• Supports single PC Card or CarBus slot with hot insertion and removal
• Supports multiple FIFOs for PCI/CardBus data transfer
• Supports Direct Memory Access for PC/PCI and PCI/Way on PC Card socket
• Programmable interrupt protocol: PCI, PCI+ISA, PCI/Way or PC/PCI interrupt signaling
modes
• Win’98 IRQ and PC-98/99 compliant
• D3 cold state PME# wakeup support
• 3.3Vaux Power Support
• Integrated PC 98-Subsystem Vendor ID support, with auto lock bit
Floppy Disk Drive
• 3.5"1.44MB, 3 mode as an I/O module
Hard Disk Drive
• 2.5" up to 40 GB, 9.5mm height
CD-ROM Module
• 12.7mm height module
• CD-ROM, DVD, CDRW,COMBO
• 24X CD_ROM
Audio Port
MIC IN
• AC-coupled input,100mVP-P maximum
Line out
• 1VP-P
Built-in Microphone
• Sensitivity-45dB
• S/N:58dB
Built-in Speakers
• 8Ω, 1W (resonant frequency 460HZ) speakerX2
Built-in Speakers
• 8Ω, 1W (resonant frequency 460HZ) speakerX2
Chapter 1-6
Display Device
• COLOR TFT/XGA LCD (CPT CLAA141XF01)
Dimensions : 298.5 (W) X 227.5 (H) X 5.5 (D) mm (max)
Active area : 285.7(W) X 214.3(H) mm, 14.1"
1024 X 768 XGA Resolution
Response time: 30 (max)
Contrast ratio 200:1 (Typ)
Brightness 150 Nit (Typ)
• COLOR TFT/XGA LCD (AU B150XN01)
Dimensions : 315.8 (W) X 240.5 (H) X 6.5 (D)mm (max)
Active area : 304.1(W) X 228.1(H)mm, 15”
1024 X 768 XGA Resolution
Response time: 40ms(max)
Contrast ratio 250:1 (Typ)
Brightness 200 Nit (Typ)
• COLOR TFT/XGA LCD (LG LP150X04)
Dimensions : 315.8(W) X 240.5 (H) X 6.8(D)mm (max)
Active area : 304.1(W)X228.1(H)mm,15.0”
1024 X 768 XGA Resolution
Response time: 30ms(max)
Contrast ratio 250:1 (Typ)
Brightness 200 Nit (Typ)
• COLOR TFT/SXGA+ LCD (IBM ITSX95C)
Dimensions : 317.3 (W) X 242. (H) X 6.3 (D) mm (max)
Active area : 304.5(W) X 228.3(H) mm, 15.0"
1400 X 1050 SXGA Resolution
Response time: 60 (max)
Contrast ratio 200:1 (Typ)
Brightness 140 Nit (Typ)
• COLOR TFT/SXGA+ LCD (LG LP150E01-A2M2)
Dimensions : 317.3(W) X 241.5(H) X 6.6 (D) mm (max)
Active area : 304.5(W) X 228.375(H) mm, 15"
1400 X 1050 SXGA+ Resolution
Response time: 50 (max)
Contrast ratio 200:1 (Typ)
Brightness 180 Nit (Typ)
• COLOR TFT/XGA LCD (AU UB141X03)
Dimensions : 298.5(W) X 226.7(H) X 5.5 (D) mm (max)
Active area : 285.696(W) X 214.272(H) mm, 14.1"
1024 X 768 XGA Resolution
Response time: 50 (max)
Contrast ratio 250:1 (Typ)
Brightness 150 Nit (Typ)
• COLOR TFT/XGA LCD (Hitachi TX38D85VC1CAB)
Dimensions : 315.5(W) X 240.5(H) X 6.8 (D) mm (max)
Active area : 304.1(W) X 228.1(H) mm, 15"
1024 X 768 XGA Resolution
Response time: 60 (max)
Contrast ratio 100:1 (Typ)
Brightness 150 Nit (Typ)
• COLOR TFT/SXGA+ LCD (CPT CLAA150PA01)
Dimensions : 317.3(W) X 242(H) X 6.8 (D) mm (max)
Active area : 304.1(W) X 228.1(H) mm, 15"
1400 X 1050 SXGA+ Resolution
Response time: 40ms (max)
Contrast ratio 200:1 (Typ)
Brightness 150 Nit (Typ)
Chapter 1-7
Keyboard
• 86 /90 keys with 101/102 key emulation
• 3.0±0.15mm full stroke keys, operating force 60±10g
• Phantom key auto detect
• Overlay numeric keypad
• Support independent pgdn/pgup/home/end keys
• Support reverse T cursor keys
• Factory-configurable different languages by OEM customer
• Window key supported
Mechanical Specification
• FOR 14.1"
12.7"(W)x10.8"(D)x1.5"(H)[322.0mm(W)x274mm(D)x38.0mm(H)]
6.7lb~7.2lb(including: HDD, CD-ROM, FDD and BATT module)
• FOR 15.0"
12.9"(W)x10.8"(D)x1.5"(H)[327mm(W)x274mm(D)x38.5mm(H)]
6.78lb~7.5lb(including: HDD, CD-ROM, FDD and BATT module)
Option Pack:
• AC adapter :
444g
• HDD Pack :
160g(9.5mm)
• BATT (Li-ion) :
414g(8cell)
• CD-ROM module :
259g
• FDD module :
202g
• Memory card reader module
Mechanical Function
• Removable HDD.
• Module (CD-ROM , BATT , DVD , FDD)
• Battery changeable (Li-ion).
• For security can use Kensington Lock.
• Scissor type key board standard pitch 3.0 m/m travel length.
• PCMCIA sockets supported with one type II cards.
Mechanical Material
• Plastic PC+ABS(Bayer, FR2000)
Environment Specification
Operating
Temperature
+5°C to +35°C
Relative Humidity
10% to 90% without condensation
Altitude
sea level to 10000FL
Chapter 1-8
Storage or Shipment
Temperature
-20°C to +50°C
Relative Humidity
10% to 90% without condensation
Altitude
sea level to 40,000ft
Chapter 1-9
Chapter 2: Software Specification For System BIOS
System Component Summary
CY25
Platform
Processor
FSB
Core Logic
System Memory
System ROM
Video Chip
Display
PCMCIA
Audio Controller
Super I/O
Controller
Keyboard
Controller
Pointing Device
Keyboard
HDD
FDD
Module Bay
Power
Chapter 2-1
Intel® Mobile P4 uFCBGA/uFCPGA
400MHz
- SIS 650 + SIS961(SB)
- PC 133 compliant
- Integrated VGA
- SpeedStep support
- IMVP support
- DDR 266 support
- PC1600/PC2100 DDR SDRAM memory interface design
- 0MB DDR RAM on board
- Two DDR SODIMM (200-pin/2.5V/1.25V) connectors
- Maximum memory up to 1GB with two 512MB SODIMM
- One on Bottom/RAM Door, easily removable to allow easy upgrade
512KB flash BIOS ROM
- Integrated VGA chip in SiS650 North Bridge
- SMA (Shared Memory Architecture)
- 16MB VGA memory default setting, up to 64MB
- 1024 x 768 XGA TFT color LCD, display area 14”
- 1024 x 768 XGA TFT color LCD, display area 15”
- 1400 x 1050 SXGA+ TFT color LCD, display area 15”
- ENE CB1420 CardBus controller
- PC card 95 supported with two Type II or one Type III
- PCI Card Bus
- No ZV(Zoom Video) support
- Integrated Software Audio in SiS961 South Bridge
with Realtek ALC202A AC97 Codec (No SPDIF)
- Internal microphone
SMC LPC47N227
NS PC87591 K/B Controller
- ALPS Touch pad with two buttons, scroll up/down buttons.
- Support Windows key, Application key
- 19 mm pitch, 3.0 mm travel length
- Full size keyboard with localization, key layouts for US, Europe and Japan required
- Spill-proof
- 9.5mm height, 2.5" HDD
- Easily removable (Configurable)
- PCI Bus Master Enhanced IDE
- Support Ultra DMA-66/100
- Internal standard square type FDD drive,
- 12.7mm,
- 1.44MB, 3 mode support
- 12.7mm, 24X CD-ROM drive, easily configurable design
- 12.7mm, 8X CD-RW drive (Manufacture option)
- 12.7mm, 8X DVD-ROM drive (Manufacture option)
- 12.7mm, 8X DVD/CDRW COMBO (Manufacture option)
70W universal AC adapter, 90-264V AC, 47-63Hz
Status
Controls
I/O Ports
LAN
Mini-PCI
1394
- Power status LEDs
(Green/Amber)
- Caps/Num/Scroll lock
LEDs
- HDD activity LEDs (Green)
- Battery status/charging
LED
- Power button,
- Touch pad Left/Right
- Lid switch,
- Scroll up/down button,
- 2 user-programmable one-touch
buttons,
- Parallel port,
- DC-in jack,
- VGA port,
- MODEM port w/ RJ-11
- PS/2 port,
connector
- Microphone-in jack,
- LAN port w/RJ- 45
- Headphone out jack,
connector
- Serial port
- Two branded audio
- Three USB ports,
speakers,
- S-Video
- Internal microphone,
- Composite TV-out,
- One Mini-PCI socket
- Realtek 8100 on board LAN
- Option 1: Modem only - AC Link software Modem
- Option 2: Combo - AC Link software Modem + Intersil 802.11b
- Option 3: No Modem - TBD
- VIA chipset: VT6306 (Option)
- PCI single chip solution, PCI 2.2 compliant.
- OHCI v1.1
- IEEE1394.A
System Controls
Hot Keys
All Fn Key will support Sticky key mode.
Fn+ F5
Force Switching Display Mode(LCD->CRT->Simulataneous)
Fn + F10
Cursor keypad on/off.
Pressing this hot key can enable/disable the embedded cursor keypad.
Numeric lock state is logically disable.
Fn + F11
Num keypad on/off
Pressing this hot key can enable/disable the embedded Numeric keypad.
Numeric lock state is logically enable.
Fn + F12
Scroll Lock on/off
Fn + ↑
Increase Brightness (total 10 levels)
Fn + ↓
Decrease Brightness (total 10 levels)
- After rebooting, pad lock is set to off and Num lock is set to on. In this state, the embedded
cursor/number pad is not enabled on the notebook keyboard.
Note: Hot keys for brightness/contrast/Volumn up/down adjustment are in repeat mode, others
will only be updated once for each key depression.
When the embedded cursor/number pad is on, holding down Fn will turn the embedded
cursor/number pad off.
Chapter 2-2
Buttons
Power Button
Under ACPI, the power button action is under the control of the operation system.
• The following is a table of the state transitions in ACPI mode.
Initial
Final
Comments
Off
On
Does a normal reboot. Prompts for password if required.
Standby
On
Restores device states from RAM. Prompts for password if required.
Hibernate
On
Restores RAM and device states from disk. Prompts for password if
required.
On
Standby,
Hibernate(
default) or
Off
. Action depends on OS setting. Can be set to Standby, Hibernate, or
Off(default).
. Note that the Off option is done under the control of the OS, so it is
functionally the same as doing a Start-Shut down but probably quicker.
Power Button Over-ride
Holding down the Power Button for 4 seconds will cause an unconditional transfer to the Off
state without notifying the operating system.
If press power button for less than 4 seconds, the system will enter suspend to RAM or OFF
state according to OS UI setting.
Lid Switch
This section describes the expected behavior of the system when the lid is opened or closed
by the user.
If the system is running under legacy mode:
• Closing the lid will turn off LCD backlight.
If the system is running under ACPI mode:
• The function of lid switch will follow the OS setting in power management (Nothing,
standby, Hibernate or Power off). If standby, the system wakes up when the lid opens. If
nothing, the backlight must still turn off when the lid is closed.
System status indicators
Please refer to Keyboard BIOS specification.
Core BIOS Features
Enhanced IDE Disk Drive Support (EDD)
In addition to AT standard disk drive support, the Phoenix NoteBIOS 4.06 also supports:
• Auto-detection and sizing of all IDE drives.
• Logical Block Addressing(LBA)
• Fast DMA support
• Ultra DMA-33/66/100 support
The CHS translation mode will be used.
Chapter 2-3
Multi Boot
The notebook can support Multi Boot for selecting the boot sequence of hard disk, floppy, CD
ROM, Network Boot in Setup. It identifies all IPL (Initial Program Load) devices in the system
and attempts to boot them in the order specified in Setup.
Quiet Boot
Quiet Boot replaces the customary technical messages during POST with a more visually
pleasing and comfortable display (OEM Logo screen). During POST, right after the
initialization of VGA, The notebook displays an illustration called the OEM screen during
system boot instead of the traditional POST screen that displays the normal diagnostic
messages.
The OEM Logo screen stays up until just before the operating system loads unless:
• Press <Esc> to change the boot order.
• Press <F2> to enter Setup. (When pressed, need to show “Entering Setup…”)
• Press <F12> to boot from LAN (When pressed, need to show “Booting from LAN…”)
• Whenever POST detects a non-terminal error, it switches to the POST screen near the
end of POST, just prior to prompting for a password.
• If the BIOS or an option ROM requests keyboard input, the system switches over to the
POST screen with prompts for entering the information. POST continues from there with
the regular POST screen.
New Interrupt 15h extensions
The BIOS must support the recently defined standard INT 15 extensions:
Big Memory
Big memory support that can reporting greater than 64 megabytes of RAM. The notebook
supports the INT 15h big-memory reporting functions of E801h, E881h, and E820h. This
feature reports all available extended memory (both below and above the 64MB limit) using
both a real mode (E801h) and a 32-bit protected mode (E881h) interface. Operating systems
can access the real-mode interface through the standard INT 15h call. They can access the
protected-mode interface through a 32-bit interrupt call, much like the EISA protected-mode
interface. The Microsoft-defined E820h function returns a complete memory map through a
series of repeated calls.
Boot Block
The Flash ROM used in many systems today offer the customer the advantage of
electronically reprogramming the BIOS without physically replacing the BIOS ROM. This
advantage, however, does create a possible hazard: power failures or fluctuations that occur
during updating the Flash ROM can damage the BIOS code, making the system unbootable.
To prevent this possible hazard, many Flash ROM include a special non-volatile region that
can never be erased. This region, called the boot block, contains a fail-safe recovery routine.
If the boot block finds corrupted BIOS, it prompts the end user to insert a diskette, from which
it loads several files that replace the corrupted BIOS on the Flash ROM with an uncorrupted
one.
Plug-n-Play (PnP) Support
To achieve the goal of PnP, a POST conflict detection and resolution (CDR) module, and a
run-time services module will be integrated into the system BIOS.
The PnP runtime service module includes multiple interfaces so that the system can support
the current DOS/Win3.1 non-PnP drivers, as well as Win95 operating system that include
specific support for the PnP BIOS specification.
Chapter 2-4
Security Features
Security features to be supported are passwords, electronic serial number, PC identification
string.
The Electronic Serial Number provides a unique way of identifying an individual notebook.
PC Identification strings allow the user or administrator to personalize the notebook for asset
tracking or identification if it is lost.
The Passwords, Serial Number, and PC Identification strings are to be stored in EEPROM.
2 Level Passwords
The notebook supports two levels of password protection. The password support consists of a
User Password and an Administrator Password. They each contain up to eight characters,
and are stored in EEPROM. Using the administration password to enter the setup utility allows
the user to access all the configurable fields. Whereas using the user password only allows
the user to configure a limited number of fields.
When the password is enabled, the notebook may display a suitable password prompt on the
main display in the following situations:.
• Turning on from off states. (No BIOS suspend/resume password)
• Entering to Setup.
The User will attempt to enter a password, then press ENTER. If the User fails to enter the
password in three tries the system will be halt.
User Password
The user can choose:
• The password will never be required
• Be required to boot.
• The user password may not be set unless the administrator password is set. If the user
wishes to only have one password then the administrator password is used.
Administrator Password
There are three primary uses for the Administrator Password:
• Protect users from changing system configuration that could cause the notebook to
malfunction.
• As the users password if only a single password is desired.
Passwords and Setup
There are individual checkbox items in Setup to allow the user to specify when to require a
password. The wording of these options should be:
Password Required to:
Boot
[Enabled]
The following table lists the items in the Setup utility which can be modified by the User.
Time & Date
User password
While setting new password, three failures to enter the old password will result in the system
turning off.
Valid Password Characters
Valid Password Characters
Chapter 2-5
• The numbers 0 to 9.
• The letters A to Z (not case sensitive).
The password is stored as scan codes.
Electronic Serial Number
The electronic serial number is a ten (10) byte string which matches the manufacturing serial
number on the bottom of the notebook. The BIOS must display the electronic serial number in
the boot screen and in Setup. The format of the line should be
Serial Number: SSSSSSSSSS
where SSSSSSSSSS is the electronic serial number. The format of the serial number is:
CCYWWNNNNN
Where
CC
is a two character country code (TW for Taiwan).
Y
is the year of manufacture (7 = 1997, 8 = 1998, etc.)
WW
is the week of manufacture (1 to 52)
NNNNN
is the unit number (see below).
Unit number is a number from 00000 to 99999 and is incremented for each unit produced.
The unit number is reset at the beginning of each week. Before displaying the serial number,
the BIOS must check for the special ′invalid′ serial number (INVALID000). If this special serial
number is detected, the BIOS should display the message:
INVALID ELECTRONIC SERIAL NUMBER
ENTER THE SERIAL NUMBER NOW:
The BIOS must then force the user to enter the serial number and program the entered serial
number into the EEPROM. The BIOS must perform validity checks on the serial number
entered.
System boards sent to service must be preprogrammed with this invalid serial number. This is
to insure that when a service technician swaps a new main board into a system that he/she
sets the serial number to match the serial number of the system.
This same electronic serial number is used for the serial number returned by the SM BIOS.
Software Password Backdoor
Because users occasionally forget their password we need a method of removing the
password for them. This method must involve little risk to the security of the password system
in general.
The method is that the User calls up Customer Support, Support tells them to press some
*special key combination which causes a ′secret code′ to be displayed, the user describes this
to support representative who then use their secret decoder ring to generate a ′superpassword′ which they tell the user to type in. This removes (deletes) all passwords (user and
administrator).
During the password request process, three failed attempts to enter the backdoor password
will also cause system turning off.
The back door password process can only be held on the cold boot.
Thermal management
There are two types of cooling techniques used for thermal management. The first type is
passive cooling where the CPU speed is reduced or other devices power consumption is
Chapter 2-6
reduced in an effort to reduce heat generation. The second type is active cooling where a fan
is turned on to cool the system.
In non-ACPI mode(Legacy Mode), the thermal management is achieved by controlling the fan
depend on the temperature. Besides turning the fan on and off. The system may also be
shut off whenever the temperature can’t be reduced even the fan are spinning in the full
speed. The system will be turned off immediately when it’s over-heating (over 85°C). The fan
will be turned off when temperature is under 65°C. The table below listed the control point of
temperature changes:
Temperature
Fan Off
< 62℃
Fan on(100%)
System Off
X
65℃
X
> 85℃
X
Power Management
Introduction
The notebook supports ACPI power management modes. The system will dynamically switch
to ACPI mode for configuration and power management when an ACPI OS is loaded.
System Time-outs
The system Time-outs include the Standby time-out, the Suspend time-out, and the Hibernate
time-out.
System Time-outs are handled by the operating system in ACPI mode. BIOS time-outs must
be disabled. System time-outs are set using the control panel power applet.
System Power Management
The overall system can be in one of five system power states as described below:
Legacy Mode
Off
ACPI mode
Mech. Off (G3)
Soft Off (G2/S5)
On
Working (G0/S0)
Standby (S1)
Suspend to RAM (S3)
Save to Disk (S4)
Chapter 2-7
Power Management
All devices in the system are turned off
completely.
OS initiated shutdown. All devices in the system
are turned off completely.
Individual devices such as the CPU and hard
disk may be power managed in this state.
CPU in Stop Clock state
VGA Standby, turn off backlite
PCMCIA Standby
Audio Power Down
Hard Disk Spin Down motor
Super I/O Low Power Mode
CPU set power down
VGA Suspend
PCMCIA Suspend
Audio Power Down
Hard Disk Power Down
CD-ROM Power Down
Super I/O Low Power mode
Also called Hibernate state. System Saves all
system states and data onto disk prior to power
off the whole system.
Device Power Management
The device specific power management supported by this notebook includes the CPU and the
hard disk.
CPU power management
•
ACPI mode
The operating system detects when the system is idle and places the CPU in one of the 3
CPU low power states (C1, C2 or C3) depending on how much latency it believes the
system can afford.
The C1 state is simply the CPU halt instruction. The C2 state is the CPU stop grant state.
The C3 state is the CPU stop clock state. The CPU stays in this state until an interrupt
occurs.
Hard Disk
•
ACPI mode
Newer OSes use the spin down timer of the hard drive to set time-outs. The user can sets
the hard disk spin down time-out in the control panel power applet.
System Wake Up Sources
The table below lists the wake up events for all low power states:
Events
S1
S3
S4
Process required
Hot Key(*1)
-
-
-
-
Power button
V
V
V
-
Lid open
V
V
-
-
Lid close
-
-
-
-
Modem Ring (Mini-PCI Modem)
V
V
-
-
Modem Ring (USB/PCMCIA Modem)
-
-
-
-
Modem Ring (Serial Port Modem)
-
-
-
-
LAN (Mini-PCI NIC)
V
V
-
-
LAN (USB/PCMCIA NIC)
-
-
-
-
AC/Battery
-
-
-
V
Thermal
-
-
-
V
RTC
V
V
-
-
COM/LPT/KB/Mouse/FDD/HDD
-
-
-
-
Audio/Video activity
-
-
-
-
PCMCIA
-
-
-
Driver
USB(*2)
-
-
-
Driver
Module swap---Battery
-
-
-
V
Module swap---non Battery
-
-
-
V
CRT(no event) plug/unplug
-
-
-
V
Hot Plug PS/2 devices
-
-
-
KB only
Chapter 2-8
Critical low battery
-
-
-
-
Field ‘Process Required’ identifies that further process for the occurred events must be
processed during wake up or resume procedure.
*1: Hot keys are not wake up source of standby, suspend to RAM and Hibernate states.
*2: Activity of the USB device is dependent on the driver support.
Power Button
The power button will wake the system from any low power state as described in the Power
Button section.
Real Time Clock Alarm
The Real Time Clock alarm interrupt will wake the system from standby, suspend.
Power Management – ACPI
Introductions
The Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) is a well-specified power
management and configuration mechanism. It evolves the existing collection of power
management codes, APM, PnP BIOS, ..etc.
Power State Transition Diagram
The state transition diagram is identical to the one in APM mode.
Time-outs while On AC Power
OS determines the behavior of the feature.
Embedded controller
The keyboard controller will act as the ACPI embedded controller and support the ACPI EC
protocol and interface.
SCI/SMI events
All ACPI OS controllable events will be triggered as SCI. Otherwise SMI will be triggered.
PC2001
The notebook must meet Microsoft Logo requirements in accordance with the PC2001 Design
Guide and the Microsoft Logo test programs.
Miscellaneous Features
Single BIOS ROM
The system BIOS and Keyboard BIOS share one single flash ROM. The size of the flash
ROM is 512KB.
USB Support
This feature allows the use of a USB keyboard to access BIOS Setup and to be used in DOS
without additional drivers.
IDE interface
The IDE device supported master channel.
Flash utility – one BIOS ROM only
The flash utility can be used to program both system and keyboard BIOS at the same time.
Chapter 2-9
EEPROM
There is one EEPROM which is used to store many important system and user data in the
notebook The size of the EEPROM is 2K bytes.
Password Protection
Password and Security support will be implemented in this model. See the PhoenixBIOS 4.0
User Manual for sample screen and the description of Password and Security support.
VGA Support
This section describes the expected behavior when a video monitor is connected to the VGA
port on the notebook or port replicator.
The BIOS will use both of the RGB and pin 11 methods to determine the presence of an
external VGA monitor. Either case meet will indicate an external VGA monitor is present.
The BIOS setup utility will have a menu for setting up the behavior of the external VGA port
according to user preference. There are two settings:
Setting 1, AUTO: Auto-select External VGA if attached(CRT only), LCD if external not
attached.
Setting 2, BOTH: Both External VGA and LCD always on.
When setting 1 is selected the BIOS will automatically turn the internal display off and the
external monitor on, whenever an external monitor is detected. Otherwise it will enter LCD
only mode (with the backlite off if the cover lid is closed). This means that the BIOS must
check for the external video being present during POST; on resume from standby, on resume
from suspend to RAM, on resume from hibernate; on warm dock, on hot dock, on hot undock,
and on warm undock.
When setting 2 is selected, the BIOS will always turn on both the internal display and external
monitor regardless of whether an external monitor is detected.
The hot key for switching the external video (Fn + F5) must only make a temporary change. It
must not change the user′s preference in CMOS, it will just change the current state of the
external video port. Also the hot key must not check to see if an external monitor is detected
before switching to external only mode. It should just toggle between internal only, both, and
external only (without regard to monitor detect). The hot key setting will not survive suspend
to RAM, hibernate. In these cases the mode should be set back to the setting stored in
CMOS.
Internal Pointing Device Support
Added a new BIOS setup to enhance the PS/2 pointing devices
PS/2 Pointing Devices:
Auto-Selected: Disable internal pointing devices if external PS/2 mouse is present.
Simultaneous: The internal pointing device is always enabled. Any external pointing device
connected will also be enabled at the same time.
• If an external PS/2 mouse is detected, it will be enabled. If USB mice are detected, they
will be enabled as well. If an external mouse contains a third mouse button, it will function
as expected.
• Double click the Mouse icon in the Windows2000/XP Control Panel to adjust pointer
speed, double click speed, right-handed versus left-handed button settings, and pointer
appearance. The settings in this applet apply to all the external and internal pointing
devices in the system. Except as described below, there are no individual pointing device
adjustments available.
• Tapping (or double tapping) on the TouchPad is equivalent to a single (or double) left
mouse click. The Synaptics TouchPad driver will be available on the hard drive and the
Chapter 2-10
customer may choose to manually install it. The Synaptics TouchPad driver should only be
installed after first selecting Touch pad only in BIOS Setup.
• Hold down center button of external PS/2 mouse: While holding down the center button of
an external mouse, move the mouse. This will cause the window to move. If the center
button is not held down, all pointing devices function normally.
• Use TouchPad: The TouchPad is locked in as the Scrolling or Magnifying Glass device.
Sweeping across the TouchPad causes the window to move. The other pointing devices
function normally.
BIOS Version and Resource Allocated
BIOS version number
The BIOS version string is in below format:
pppp.x.yy
Where:
pppp Four letter platform descriptor.
x
One digit BIOS major revision number.
yy
Two digit BIOS minor revision number
Below lists the BIOS version numbers that will be assigned to this platform.
Platform
CY25
QA Releases
CY25_0.xx
Production Release
CY25_1.00
NOTE: yy starts at 0 and is incremented with each release of the specific type. During the
development and testing of the second release the engineering and QA release will
Configuration Requirements
The table below lists the possible usage of the system resources:
IRQ
Hardware
00
System Timer
01
Keyboard
02
Programmable Interrupt Controller
03
Free by default or Generic
04
Communications Port (COM1)
05
PCI AUDIO/MODEM
06
Standard Floppy Disk Controller
07
ECP Printer Port (LPT1)
08
Real Time Clock
09
SCI
10
LAN / Universal Serial Bus
11
PCMCIA/VGA
12
Mouse
13
Numeric data processor
14
Primary IDE controller (hard disk)
Chapter 2-11
15
Secondary IDE controller (CD ROM)
DMA
Hardware
00
PnP Audio System CODEC
01
Free
02
Standard Floppy Disk Controller
03
ECP Printer Port (default)
System Management BIOS(SM BIOS) version 2.3.1 or greater
This product require that SMB 2.3.1 BIOS sub-structures be supported as follows:
TYPE
Structure Type
Required?
0
BIOS Information
YES
1
System Information (Component ID)
YES
2
Motherboard Information
YES
3
System Enclosure
YES
4
Processor Information
YES
5
Memory Controller
YES
6
Memory Information
YES
7
Cache Information
YES
8
Port Connector Information
YES
9
System Slots
YES
10
On Board Devices
YES
11
OEM Strings
YES
12
System Configuration
YES
13
BIOS Language Information
NO
14
Group Associations
NO
15
System Event Log
NO
16
Physical Memory Array
YES
17
Memory Devices
YES
18
Memory Error Information
NO
19
Memory Array Mapped Address
YES
20
Memory Device Mapped Address
YES
21
Built-in Pointing Device
YES
22
Portable Battery
YES
23
System Reset
NO
24
Hardware Security
NO
Chapter 2-12
25
System Power Control
NO
26
Voltage Probe
NO
27
Cooling Device
NO
28
Temperature Probe
NO
29
Electrical Curretn Probe
NO
30
Out-of-Band Remote Access
NO
32
BIOS Intergrity Service
YES
126
Inactive
NO
127
End-of-Table
YES
This product require that the Serial Number field, which is a string at offset 7 of the Type 1
(System Information) sub-structure, is to be filled in with the unit′s Electronic Serial Number.
This would be filled in at boot time. Please see section 5.4.2 for information on the Electronic
Serial Number.
POST summary screen
The Post summary screen is a screen that appears at the end of the POST processing if quiet
boot is disabled or the user presses the Esc key during POST. The screen must contain the
information listing below:
• A copyright message
• Electronic Serial Number
• UUID number
• The BIOS revision number and model name in customer format
At the bottom of the screen, the screen should have the following messages:
Press ESC to change boot order
Press <F2> to enter setup, <F12> to boot from LAN
CMOS RAM management
The BIOS will automatically update certain information in CMOS on each boot.
information includes:
This
• DRAM size and configuration
• Hard disk configuration
• Always report the existence of one FDD.
If the CMOS RAM fails checksum or a power lost on CMOS battery is detected during boot, an
appropriate error message will be displayed:
System CMOS checksum bad – Default configuration used
The system BIOS must automatically load default values defined in the setup menu during
POST when encounter these problems. The user must not be required to take any action to
continue the rest of POST(or entering SETUP).
Diskless Boot
This feature allows the system to boot off of a LAN when the hard disk is absent or has not
been loaded with the operating system. It is utilized by the software download process in
manufacturing. This product will use PXE since this is a PC2001 requirement.
Chapter 2-13
System Setup
Invoking setup
The setup function can only be invoked by pressing F2 when ″ Press <F2> to enter Setup″
message is prompted on the bottom of screen during POST.
The setup uses a menu driven interface to allow the user to configure their system. The
features are divided into 6 parts as follows:
Main
Allows the user to specify standard IBM PC AT system parameters.
System Devices
Provides advanced settings of the system.
Security
Provides security settings of the system.
Boot
Allows the user to specify the boot options.
Info.
Display the system informations.
Exit
Allows the user to save CMOS setting and exit Setup.
During setup, all Fn function keys and power saving functions are disabled.
Setup screens
Main Menu
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Main
System Devices
Security
Boot
Info.
Exit
Item specific Help
System Time:
[09:00:00]
System Date:
[01/01/2002]
Floppy Disk Drive
1.44 MB
Internal Hard Disk:
[ xxxxx MB]
ATAPI Device :
<Tab>, <Shift-Tab>, or
Floppy disk size
Disk Size
[ Model Name]
Boot Display Device:
[Both]
Screen Expansion:
[Enabled]
Television Type:
[NTSC]
Select NTSL or PAL standard
VGA Memory:
[32MB]
VGA Memory Size Configuration
F1 Help
↑↓ Select Item F5/F6 Change Values
Esc Exit
←→ Select Menu Enter Select4Sub-Menu
F9 Setup defaults
F10 Save and Exit
System Time and System Date
The hours is displayed with 24 hour format. The values set in these two fields take effect
immediately.
Floppy Disk Drive
Chapter 2-14
The Floppy Drive status is auto detected by system.
1.44MB, 3 1/2 “
If there exists floppy drive.
Not installed
If there is no floppy drive.
Internal Hard Disk
The hard disk types and capacity are auto detected and set by the system. If there is no hard
disk present or unknown type, ″None″ should be shown on this field, otherwise the capacity
must be shown.
ATAPI Device
The CD-ROM, DVD-ROM or CD-RW are auto detected and set by the system. If there is no
ATAPI Device present or unknown type, ″None″ should be shown on this field, otherwise the
model name must be shown.
Boot Display Device
Both: Simultaneously enable both the integrated LCD screen and the system’s external
video port (for an external CRT or projector).
Auto-Selected: During power on process, the system will detect if any display device is
connected on external video port. If any external display device is connected,
the power on display will be in CRT (or projector) only mode. Otherwise it will
be in LCD only mode.
Screen Expansion:
Enabled:
Disabled:
VGA Memory
VGA Memory size = 16/32/64 MB.
The default value is set to 32 MB.
Television Type:
NTSC: TV is NTSC standard
PAL: TV is PAL standard
Intel® SpeedStep™ Technology:
Automatic:, / Maximum Performance / Battery Optimized / Reversed
NOTE: The sub-items under each device will not be shown if the device control is set to
disable or auto. This is because the user is not allowed to control the settings in these cases.
Chapter 2-15
System Devices
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Main
System Devices
Security
Boot
Info.
Exit
Item specific Help
PS/2 Pointing Device
Serial Port:
[Both]
[Enabled]
Base I/O address
Interrupt
[3F8h]
[IRQ4]
Parallel Port:
[Enabled]
Mode:
[ECP]
Base I/O address:
[378h]
Interrupt
[IRQ7]
ECP DMA channel:
Intel® SpeedStep™ Technology
[DMA1]
[ Automatic]
F1 Help
↑↓ Select Item F5/F6 Change Values
Esc Exit
←→ Select Menu Enter Select4Sub-Menu
F9 Setup defaults
F10 Save and Exit
PS/2 Pointing Device
Configures the integrated internal pointing device using options:
Auto-Selected: If an external PS/2 mouse is connected to the system, then disable the
internal pointing device. Otherwise enable the onboard pointing device.
When an external PS/2 mouse is warm/hot plugged into the PS/2 mouse
port, the internal pointing device will be disabled.
Both:
The internal pointing device is always enabled. Any external pointing
device connected will also be enabled at the same time.
Serial Port
Disabled/Enabled/Auto
Base I/O address
3F8h/2F8h/3E8h/2E8h
Interrupt
IRQ3/IRQ4
Parallel Port
Disabled/Enabled/Auto
Mode
Chapter 2-16
Normal/Bi-directional/ECP/EPP
Base I/O address
378h/278h/3BCh
Interrupt
IRQ 5/IRQ 7
ECP DMA channel:
This field is hidden if Mode is not ECP
DMA 1/DMA 3
Security Menu
The following is Security menu if both of password is disabled, or enter Supervisor password
when password is enabled:
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Main
System Devices
Security
Boot
Info.
Exit
Item specific Help
User Password is
Clear
Administrator Password is
Clear
Set User Password
[Enter]
Set Administrator Password
[Enter]
Supervisor Password
controls access to the
setup utility
Password Required to:
Boot:
[Enabled]
Processor Serial Number :
[Enabled]
F1 Help
↑↓ Select Item F5/F6 Change Values
Esc Exit
←→ Select Menu Enter Select4Sub-Menu
F9 Setup defaults
F10 Save and Exit
User Password is / Administrator Password is
These two fields shows that Administrator/User Passwords are set or not.
Set
System Password is set.
Clear
System Password is not set.
Chapter 2-17
Set User Password / Set Administrator Password
Enter This field always shows the message.
While these fields are highlighted and press ′Enter′, a window similar to the following is
shown:
Set Administrator Password
Enter New Password
[
]
Confirm New Password [
]
If there is an old password then setup will prompt with the following window instead and a
current password will be required to be entered at first:
Set Administrator Password
Enter current password [
Enter New Password
[
]
]
Confirm New Password [
]
User can now type password in field ″Enter New Password″, and re-enter password in field ″
Confirm New Password ″ for verification.
If the verification is OK:
Setup Notice
Changes have been saved.
[ continue]
The password setting is complete after user presses enter.
If the current password entered does not match the actual current password:
Setup Warning
Invalid password
Re-enter Password
[ continue]
If the new password and confirm new password strings do not match:
Setup Warning
Password do not match
Re-enter Password
The format of the password is as follows:
Length
Chapter 2-18
No more than 8 characters.
Characters
0-9, A-Z (not case sensitive)
Password Required to
Defines whether a password is required or not while the events defined in this group
happened. The following sub-options are all requires the Administrator password for changes
and should be grayed out if the user password was used to enter setup.
Boot
Allows the user to specify whether or not a password is required to boot.
Disabled/Enabled
Boot Menu
This menu allows the user to decide the order of boot devices to load the operating system.
Bootable devices includes the diskette drive in module bay, the onboard hard disk drive and
the CD-ROM in module bay.
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Main
System Devices
Security
Boot
Info.
Exit
Item specific Help
1. Hard Disk
2. CD-ROM/DVD Drive
3. Floppy
Use <↑> or <↓> to select a device,
then press <F6> to move it up the
List, or <F5> to move it down the list.
Press <Esc> to escape the menu
4. Network Boot
F1 Help
↑↓ Select Item F5/F6 Change Values
Esc Exit
←→ Select Menu Enter Select4Sub-Menu
Chapter 2-19
F9 Setup defaults
F10 Save and Exit
Informations Menu
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Main
System Devices
Security
Boot
Info.
Exit
Item specific Help
System BIOS Version:
CY25_1.00
VGA BIOS Version:
SiS 1.07.xx
Serial Number:
xxxxxxxxxx
UUID Number:
xxxxxxxxxx
xxxxxxxxxx
System Memory:
640 KB
Show System Memory Size
Extended Memory:
127 MB
Show Extened Memory Size
F1 Help
↑↓ Select Item F5/F6 Change Values
Esc Exit
←→ Select Menu Enter Select4Sub-Menu
F9 Setup defaults
F10 Save and Exit
UUID Number
UUID = 16 bytes
System Memory
This field reports the memory size of system base memory. The size is fixed to 640KB.
Extended Memory
This field reports the memory size of the extended memory in the system.
Extended Memory size = Total memory size - 1 MB
Chapter 2-20
Exit Menu
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Main
System Devices
Security
Boot
Info.
Exit
Item specific Help
Saving Changes and Exit
Exit System Setup and save your
changes to CMOS
Discarding Changes and Exit
Exit utility without saving Setup data
to CMOS.
Get Default Values
Load default values for all SETUP
item.
F1 Help
↑↓ Select Item F5/F6 Change Values
Esc Exit
←→ Select Menu Enter Select4Sub-Menu
F9 Setup defaults
F10 Save and Exit
Saving Changes and Exit
Allows the user to save changes to CMOS and reboot the system. The following message is
shown when user presses ″Enter″ on the item.
Setup Confirmation
Save configuration changes and exit now
[ Yes]
[No]
System will reboot if Yes is selected and will stay in Setup if No is selected.
Chapter 2-21
Discarding Changes and Exit
Allows the user to not save changes before exiting Setup. The following message is shown
when user presses ″Enter″ on this item.
Warning
Configuration has not been saved!
Save before exiting?
[Yes]
[No]
System will reboot after either selection.
Get Default Values
Allows the user to load default values in CMOS Setup. The following message is shown when
user presses ″Enter″ on this item:
Setup Confirmation
Load default configuration now?
[ Yes]
[No]
It still stay in Setup after either selection.
OS Compatibility
OS
Retail Support
MS-DOS
Minimal (Diagnostics and Manufacturing utilities)
Microsoft XP Home Edition
Full
Microsoft XP Professional Edition
Full
Microsoft Windows 2000
Not supported
Microsoft Windows Millennium
Not supported
Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition
(ACPI only)
Not supported
Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 SP5+
Chapter 2-22
Not supported
Software Specification for KB-BIOS
General purpose
This document define the EC specification with standard interface and also define the special
feature for OEM function .It’s useful for software engineer to access EC status,and for SA test
guide.
Features
• Advanced Power Management 1.2 support
• ACPI1.0 b and PC2001 compliant
• Support SMBus specification V1.0
• Hot keys for system control
• Audio volume output control
• External LED control
• Battery scope report and control
• Battery learning support
• Sticky key support
• Power switch control
• Speaker control
• Port replicator
• Extra key emulation
• Two host interface channels support
• Supports three independent devices
• Devices Hot Plug-and Play/Hot swapping configuration
• Internal Keyboard country selection
Types of KB-BIOS provided
•
Standard version
Support for US(87)/UK(88)/Japanese(90) keyboard.
KB-BIOS command support with SYSTEM-BIOS
Command set 40h-4Fh for OEM defined through Port60/64 and Port62/66
Command Set (from system's point of view) via 60/64 and 62/66
CMD
40h
DATA
Description
return
Boot fail restart
0x01-0x7F Boot fail restart, write in a byte to EC and enable the timer. None
This command called by BIOS and will cause the system
reboot after the byte count down to zero if system still no
reset the counter. It could make sure the system success
boot up.
Chapter 2-23
CMD
DATA
41h
Description
EC state notification
A0h
Return core code version number
One byte
A1h
Return platform id
‘COMPAL’
Bank assign for EEPROM
None
42h
0x00-0x07 Bank assign for EEPROM,work with 4D/4E
replace 4B/4C command
43h
return
command None
00h - FFh
Get RAM value from EC, Host can use this command to 1 WORD
send address to get OEM RAM value. The address range
are from 00h to DFh.
0x19
Get PANEL ID
Panel id
None
Get project ID
0x12
45h
Hook for every projects
NONE
46h
fan speed read
44h
01h
02h
47h
fan speed 1
2 bytes
N = 60M/return value( rotate one circle 4 pulses)
(high byte,
N = 120M/return value( rotate one circle 2 pulses)
low byte)
Fan speed 2
2 bytes
N = 60M/return value( rotate one circle 4 pulses)
(high byte
N = 120M/return value( rotate one circle 2 pulses)
low byte)
Speaker mute On/Off
A7h
Mute off
None
A8h
Mute on
None
48h
Reserved for docking control
None
49h
Thermal control notification
49h
4Ah
A0h
Fan off
None
A1h
Fan speed level 1
None
A2h
Fan speed level 2
None
A3h
HCT enable
None
A5h
Fan speed level 4
None
Auto into S2R(Delay about 4 Secs) or S2D and resume by
timeout, This command provided engineer to verify S2R or
S2D and resume function is OK or not
Resume count(second base ), Range is from 0x02 to 0x7F
Bit7 = 0 -> Enabled S2R function
1 -> Enabled S2D function
Chapter 2-24
0x02-0x7F Enabled S2R function
None
0x80-0xFF Enabled S2D function
None
CMD
DATA
4Bh
Description
return
Write the data to device through SMBus interface
1 00h-FFh Slave address of device
2 00h-FFh Lo byte address if device is EEPROM otherwise is command
or register
3 00h-FFh Hi byte address if device is EEPROM, otherwise is zero
data byte to write
0=Write
OK
0xFE =
Fail
4Ch
Read data from devices through SMBus
1 00h-FFh Slave address of device
2 00h-FFh Lo byte address if device is EEPROM otherwise is command
or register
3 00h-FFh Hi byte address if device is EEPROM, otherwise is zero
data byte
(00h-FFh)
4Dh
Write byte into EEPROM
1 00h-FFh EEPROM address
2 00h-FFh Data byte for write byte
0=Write
OK
0xFE
Fail
4Eh
Read byte from EEPROM
00h-FFh
EEPROM address
Data byte
0xFE
Fail
4Fh
Chapter 2-25
=
Reserved for R591 utility
None
=
Command set 50h-5Fh for OEM defined through Port60/64 and Port62/66
Command Set (from system's point of view) via 60/64 and 62/66
CMD
50h
DATA
None
Description
Get Docking status.
return
A0h = No dock
A6h = simple docked
51h
None
Get revision number of KB-BIOS
BIOS Rev. 3 bytes
byte0 :
bit0-bit2 = major number(07)
bit3-bit7 = type of KB-BIOS
e.g. 0 = A, 1=B and so on..
byte1
minor revision number(0-9)
byte2
If it is 00h then system
display “ROM”,other It is
“T01” if it is 01h and so
on.. .
52h
None
Hook for every projects(Get platform ID)
5Bytes “ACY25”
53h
None
Reserved
None
54h
0x00-0xFF
EC CMOS RAM read
Data byte from CMOS
55h
EC CMOS RAM write
0x00-0xFF
CMOS address offset
0x00-0xFF
data byte
0x00 => pass
0x01 => fail
56h
Chapter 2-26
Get SMI trigger source
One byte
Battery status change
80h
Ask suspend(On mode)
A0h
brightness level update
A1h
contrast level update
A2h
audio volume decreased
A3h
audio volume increased
A4h
Lid open
A5h
Lid closed
A6h
External device plugged
A7h
External device removed
A8h
CMD
56h
Chapter 2-27
DATA
Description
return
Bluetooth wake up event
A9h
Bluetooth switch event
Aah
Scr expand event
Abh
Cpu fast event
Adh
Cpu slow event
Aeh
Pop up event
Afh
Resume request from suspend
B0h
Ask time out event
B1h
Battery life in critical low state
B2h
Battery life in low power state
B3h
Standby request
B4h
Battery Plug-In
B5h
Battery Plug-Out
B6h
Reserved
B7h
Suspend to RAM request
B8h
Save to DISK request
B9h
Docked request
Bah
Undock request
Bbh
Reserved
Bch
Thermal change event
Bdh
Write LM75 event
Beh
SMBus event
Bfh
Password event
C0h
mute function toggle
C1h
Power button pressed
C2h
TV out toggle
C3h
Beep Alarm event
C4h
Reserved
C5h
Change use battery
C6h
AC power plug-in
C7h
AC power plug-out
C8h
IR toggle event
C9h
Modem Ring In
Cah
Unload OS Ultra Base Devices
Cbh
Surprise undock event
Cch
Battery polling
Cdh
PME signal active
Ceh
CMD
DATA
56h
57h
None
Description
return
Mouse hot plug event
Cfh
CRT plug in/out event
D0h
Sleep button event
D1h
RTC date/time update event
D2h
Device change event
F0h
Bluetooth lan event
F1h
no event
FFh
Module identification
One byte
bit0 : Ext. FDD exis
bit1 : Int. FDD exist
bit2 : IDE exist
other bit : Reserved
58h
0x00-0xFF
Set flat panel type
None
System state notification
None
70h
Sticky key mode enable
None
71h
Sticky key mode disable
None
80h
start to get LCD status panel information None
from EEPROM
90h
One touch button application allow to None
send scan code(user button) if user
pressed
91h
One touch button application don’t allow None
to send scan code(user button) if user
pressed
92h
Mail message is waiting(no support in None
Hurricane)
93h
Mail message end of waiting(no support in None
Hurricane)
94h
Mute on
None
95h
Mute off
None
9Ah
Ac off(cut off AC power)
None
9bh
Ac on
None
A2h
System enter S2D(S4) state
None
A3h
System enter beep mode for battery LB None
state in CMOS setup
A4h
System enter quiet mode for battery LB None
state in CMOS setup
A5h
Fan control by EC
None
A8h
Fan control by OS
None
A9h
external PS2 only
None
59h
Chapter 2-28
CMD
Chapter 2-29
DATA
Description
return
Aah
Both enable external PS2 and internal None
touch pad
Ach
Auto enable/disable
internal touch pad
external PS2 and None
B1h
System into standby
None
B2h
Resume from standby
None
B5h
VGA suspend enable
None
B6h
VGA suspend disable
None
B8h
Modem ring disable
None
B9h
PME enable
None
Bah
PME disable
None
Bbh
S4 status bit clear
None
Bch
S4 status bit set
None
C1h
force battery pack auto learning
None
C2h
disable battery pack learning
None
C3h
SMI/SCI Trigger event enable
None
C4h
SMI/SCI Trigger event disable
None
Cbh
PCMCIA suspend disable
None
Cch
PCMCIA suspend enable
None
Cdh
Wake up LAN disable
None
Ceh
Wake up LAN enable
None
D0h
Disable IRQ1
None
D1h
Enable IRQ 1
D2h
Beep alarm 100mS
None
D5h
PCMCIA reset off
None
D6h
PCMCIA reset on
None
E1h
Turn LCD back-light on
None
E2h
Turn LCD back-light off
None
E5h
Select US keyboard Matrix
None
E6h
Select JP keyboard Matrix
None
E7h
Select UK keyboard Matrix
None
E8h
EC into ACPI mode
None
E9h
Non-ACPI mode (EC default)
None
F2h
disable watchdog
None
F3h
enable watchdog
None
F4h
enable RTC access by EC
None
F5h
disable RTC access by EC
None
F6h
Clear header of Boot code
None
CMD
DATA
return
F7h
Restart system and Clear header of Boot None
code
F8h
Shut down system and Clear header of None
Boot code
F9h
Clear header of Boot code
5Ah
None
RTC update
1 A0h
Update Year of RTC ,Year(00-99) BCD
format
2 00-99
Year which want to display
1 A1h
Update Month of RTC ,Month ( 1..12) BCD
format
2 01-12
Month which want to display
1 A2h
Update DAY of RTC ,Day(01-07) BCD
format
2 01-07
Day which want to display
1 A3h
Update HOUR of RTC ,Hour(00-23) BCD
format
2 00-23
Hour which want to display
1 A4h
Update Minute of RTC ,Minute (0..59),
BCD format
2 00-59
Minutes which want to display
1 A5h
Update Second of RTC ,Second (0..59),
BCD format
2 00-59
Seconds which want to display
5Bh
5Ch
Description
None
None
None
None
None
None
Reserved
None
Get brightness level
current brightness level
(0x00-0x0a)
5Dh
5Eh
Set brightness level
0x00h0x0ah
new brightness level
None
None
Get contrast level
Current contrast level
(0x00-0x40)
5Fh
Set contrast level
0x00h0x40h
new contrast level
None
Hot keys for system control
• Definitions
All Fn Key will support Sticky key mode.
Fn + F5
Force Switching Display Mode(LCD->CRT->Simulataneous)
Fn + F10
Cursor keypad on/off.
Chapter 2-30
Pressing this hot key can enable/disable the embedded cursor keypad.
Numeric lock state is logically disable.
Fn + F11
Num keypad on/off
Pressing this hot key can enable/disable the embedded Numeric keypad.
Numeric lock state is logically enable.
Fn + F12
Scroll Lock on/off
Fn + ↑
Increase Brightness (total 10 levels)
Fn + ↓
Decrease Brightness (total 10 levels)
After rebooting, pad lock is set to off and Num lock is set to on. In this state, the embedded
cursor/number pad is not enabled on the notebook keyboard.
Note: Hot keys for brightness/contrast adjustment are in repeat mode, others will only be
updated once for each key depression.
Audio volume output control
Use Volumn Up/Down Button for Increasing/Decreasing respectively, it controls the volume
output of the audio chip.
External Buttons status report and control
Define the function of buttons which is controlled by EC.
Power Switch
• If system is Off/S2D : System will be turned on while Power switch is depressed by more
than 500 ms with or without AC insert
• If system is in S2R/Standby state : System will resume while Power switch is depressed by
more than 100 ms
Mechanical off button
• It will reset KB-BIOS then turn off system.This signal connect to 591 LREST to do
hardware reset.
Wireless on/off switch
It will enable/disable wireless function.
One touch Button
• Support 2 one touch buttons, it will launch homologous application.
User Button 1: press this button can launch default defined Internet application.
User Button2 : press this button can launch default defined E-mail browser application.
External LEDs status report and control
Define the Led display status.
Definitions of Lock LEDs
• Caps lock LED: Caps Lock State of Keyboard
• Num Lock LED: Num Lock State of Keyboard
Chapter 2-31
Definitions of System state LED
• There is one dual-color LED indicator both of Green and Amber color
• Green color support for System state. The definition is in below:
Green color activity : System On.
Green color off : System Off.
• Amber color support for power management state. The definition is below:
• Amber color activity : System in sleep(S1 state) or S2R mode(S3 state).
Color off : Not in power management mode.
Definitions of DC-DC state LED
• Green color : for battery charging state.
Green color activility:Battery charging with AC(green LED on for 1sec per 4
sec)
Green color on : Battery full by AC charge.
Green color off : Battery full/discharge
• Amber color(Green and Red) : for battery discharge state.
Amber color activility : batterywithin low state(remain 12 minutes left)
Amber color blinking : battery in critical low state( remain 3 minutes left).
LED flash once per second.
Amber color off : Battery charging
• Red color : Stop charge by battery Bad cell, Over temperature or charging protection.
Definitions of Wireless on/off State LED
• Blue color: Wireless power on.
• Off:
Wireless power off.
Battery status report and control
Define the battery type spec and battery protection function.
Battery status
• There are four battery states for each battery pack depend on getting the battery state
through SMBus protocol from Smart battery pack: full, normal, low, critical low.
• The battery gas-gauge and level of low power states should base on ‘current’ system
configuration.
• Battery turn on system condition : gasgauge > 5%
Chapter 2-32
Battery discharge/charging control
Charging
Dischargung
Charging :0℃<T<50℃
Action
Stop charging
&
Stop charging:T>60℃
Red Led on
T>73℃
T>73℃
Shut down
T>73℃
R.S.O.C. ≦10%
LB(Beeping)
R.S.O.C. < 3%
LLB
Dependent on OS
TBD
LLC
Shut down
System
R.S.O.C < 5%
S2D
during system is in S2R mode.
Fast Charge Time
out: 8 Hours
Trickle Charge Time Out:
1 Hour.
TBD
Battery BAD
&
Red Led on
OverVoltage
&
Red Led on
In ACPI mode
• System should 'Save to Disk'(S2D) or beeping(Low condition) depend on OS setting .
Battery type
• The KB-BIOS will support for smart battery pack by SMBus protocol.
• ACPI1.0b and PC2001 Compliant,with PC2001 spec “A mobile system must use a Smart
Battery or an ACPI control method battery”,our currently design is ACPI control method
battery.
Li-ion Battery : 14.8V/3900mAH (4S2P)
14.8V/4000mAH(4S2P)
Ni-MH Battery : No Support
•
Compatible with Intel’s SMBus and Philip’s I2C bus protocol.
KB-BIOS Power management support
EC will support S1(sleep mode),S3(standby mode),S4(suspend to disk) mode to save the
power comsumption.
Chapter 2-33
Power states
• Sleep mode
LCD panel back-light off
• Save to RAM
keyboard(int./ext.) scanning off
• Save to DISK
no actions except turning off system with AC exist or turn off KBC without AC.
SMI/SCI/SWI/SBS/SPB events(To be Changed)
• Following list is which events(SMI/SCI/SWI/SBS) will be generated under different OS.
APM Mode
ACPI mode
Function Description
ON
S2R
S2D
Trigge S0
S1,S2, S4
S5
SCI
SWI
mode mode mode r event status S3
status status
event event
status
Brightness level changed
SMI
-
-
A1h
SCI
-
-
-
11h
-
Contrast level changed
SMI
-
-
A2h
SMI
-
-
-
12h
-
CoverLid close
SMI
-
-
A6h
SCI
-
-
-
16h
-
Display toggle
SMI
-
-
Ach
SCI
-
-
-
1ch
-
Battery in critical low
SMI
SMI
-
B2h
SCI
SCI
-
-
22h
-
Battery in low state
SMI
-
-
B3h
SCI
-
-
-
23h
-
Standby request
SMI
-
-
B4h
-
-
-
-
24h
-
Battery pack plugin
SMI
-
-
B5h
SBS
-
-
-
25h
-
Battery pack removed
SMI
-
-
B6h
SBS
-
-
-
25h
-
Suspend To RAM request
SMI
-
-
B8h
SCI
-
-
-
28h
-
Save To DISK request
SMI
-
-
B9h
-
-
-
-
29h
-
Docking in
SMI
-
-
Bah
SCI
SPB
-
-
2ah
-
Undock
SMI
-
-
BBh
SCI
-
-
-
2bh
-
AC plugin
SMI
-
-
C7h
SBS
-
-
-
37h
-
AC removed
SMI
-
-
C8h
SBS
-
-
-
38h
-
Modem ringin
SMI
-
-
Cah
-
SPB
-
-
3ah
04
PME signal active
SMI
SMI
-
Ceh
SCI
SPB
-
-
3eh
02
CRT plugin/out
SMI
D0h
SCI
40h
RTC Update
SMI
D2h
SCI
42h
Thermal Status Report and Fan Control
EC will control fan on/off function according to the CPU temperature(EC can get temperature
from thermal sensor through SMBus) .In currently spec,Fan will be off when temperature below
Chapter 2-34
55℃50℃ ,and if temperature over 92℃85℃ five times,EC will auto turn off system to protect
CPU.For detail data please reference follows table.
Fan State & System State
Fan Off
Temperature
55℃
50℃
70℃
Fan on 3.5V
60℃
76℃
Fan on 5V
65℃
Throttling on
78℃
Throttling off
65℃
Turn off Fan & shut down
92℃
85℃
Port replicator and Docking station
Button control
• The power switch and power kill button on docking station was identical to the one on the
NoteBook PC.
• Software controlled mechanical interlock and eject button.
Docked and undock control
• Support for cold dock ,warm dock ,hot dock and hot undock .
• Support for Software and Hardware eject with AC power source exist.
LEDs indicator
There are two LED indicators in SPR: System state LED and DC-DC state LED.
Extra keyboard emulation
Windows key emulation
• Left/Right windows
simultaneously.
keys
both
depressed:
Fn
and
Application
key
depressed
• Right window key : press Fn+Left window key.
Fn Key emulation (Not support)
• External keyboard Fn-key emulation except Pad-Lock by pressing both Left Ctrl and Left
Alt of external keyboard. It will not work on USB keyboard.
Internal Key-Pad mode control
Number lock on Key pad on
Number lock
and Key pad
both on
4
Left key
4
Single key U
J
1
End key
1
:
:
:
:
U
U
U
U
Fn +
J
J
J
J
:
:
:
:
We have several keys support keypad mode. List as below:
Chapter 2-35
Number lock
and Key pad
both off
U
J
:
Left key
End key
:
“ 7“,” 8“,” 9“,” 0“,” U”,” I”,” O”,” P”,” J”,” K”,” L”,” ;”,” M”,” .”,” /”.
Other Fn key
• Scroll lock :press Fn + F12
• Numeric keypad lock: Fn + F11
• Pad lock: Fn + F10
Two host interface channels support
Keyboard and mouse interface transfer port
• One channel is dedicated for the keyboard and mouse data transfer(host address 60h and
64h). The Keyboard and Mouse channel of KBC is compatible to the legacy 8042 host
interface. It is base on two registers: Command/Data and Status
• The KB-BIOS interrupt generates IRQ1(Keyboard) and IRQ12(Mouse) for system.
Power management interface transfer port
• The other for the power management function(host address 62h and 66h). The Power
Management channel of KBC structure and operation are similar to those of the
Keyboard/Mouse channel.
Support three independent devices
• The KBC provides three data transfer channels. Each channel has two quasi-bidirectional
signals that are used for the direct interface to an external keyboard, mouse or any other
PS/2 compatible pointing device.
• The three channels are identical and thus allow the connector ports to be interchangeable.
Devices PnP configuration
Hot Plug-and-Play support
• The KBC watches both external devices, checking if the devices have recently been
plugged in or unplugged. The Hot pluggability of external PS2 devices feature detects the
attachment or removal of these devices.
Hot swapping control
• When the device is plugged in, the software automatically initializes the state of that
device, checks port swapping, and setup the KBC to handle dual-device operation. In dualdevice operation, the internal device is set in the same state as external device. When the
external device is unplugged, the internal device becomes the primary device.
ACPI EC interface Specification support
ACPI interface support
• The KBC provides support for Advance Configuration and Power Interface
specification(ACPI) Embedded Controller interface.
EC command support
• The 2nd (Power Management) host interface channel of the KBC is dedicated to this
function.
• All EC commands defined in the ACPI specification - Read/Write, Burst Mode
enable/disable and Query command - are supported.
Chapter 2-36
Internal keyboard change Configuration
US/UK/JP country option
• The KBC supports three country selection by KBD_SEL application.
• You can key in KBD_SEL get the syntax for your option at DOS prompt.
Sticky key support
• Press shift key 5 times will enable sticky key function.Turns on StickyKeys,which allows
you to press a modifier key(CTRL,ALT,or SHIFT),or the windows logo key, and have it
remain active until the next time you press a key other then CTRL,ALT,SHIFT,or windows
logo key. This is useful for people who have diffculity pressing two keys simultaneously.
EC name space Configuration
SMBus EC interface ACPI RAM definition
Offset
Description
60h
SMBus protocol
61h
SMBus statue
62h
Bit0-Bit4 – Status
Bit5
- Reserved
Bit6
- ALARM
Bit7
- DONE
SMBus Address
63h
SMBus Command
64h – 83h
SMBus Data
84h
SMBus BCNT
85h
SMBus alarm address
86h
SMBus alarm data 0
87h
SMBus alarm data 1
Word registers to Emulate smart charge RAM definition
Offset
Description
90h – 91h
CHG_MODE0
CHG_MODE1
92h – 93h
Bit0 – INHIBIT_CHARGE(0=enabled, 1=inhibit)
Bit1 – ENABLE_POLLING(0=disable, 1=enable)
Bit2 – POR_RESET(0=Mode unchanged, 1=set power on defaults)
Bit3 – RESET_TO_ZERO(0=No change, 1=set charging values to zero)
Bit4-15 – Reserved
CHG_STAT0
CHG_STAT1
Bit0 – CHARGE_INHIBITED(Status of bit in CHG_MODE register)
Bit1 – MASTER_MODE(Set if HOST controlled & ENABLE_POLL)
Bit2 – VOLTAGE_NOTREG(Set if CHG_VOLT not in regulation )
Bit3 – CURRENT_NOTREG(Set if CHG_CURRENT not in regulation)
Bit4 – LEVEL_2(Set always at least level 2)
Bit5 – LEVEL_3(Set always if level 3 capable)
Chapter 2-37
Offset
Description
94h –95h
Bit6 – CURRENT_OR(Set if CHG_CURRENT out of range)
Bit7 – VOLTAGE_OR(Set if CHG_VOLT out of range)
Bit8 – THERMISTOR_OR(Set if thermistor R>100K Ohms)(Open)
Bit9 – THERMISTOR_COLD(Set if thermistor R>30K Ohms)(Cold Batt)
Bit10 – THERMISTOR_HOT(Set if thermistor R<3K Ohms)(Hot Batt)
Bit11 – THERMISTOR_UR(Set if thermistor R<500 Ohms)(Under range)
Bit12 – ALARM_INHIBITED(Set if charging inhibited from Alarm)
Bit13 – POWER_FAIL(Set if power fail)
Bit14 – BATTERY_PRESENT(Set if battery present)
Bit15 – AC_PRESENT(Set if charging power source available)
CHG_CURRENT0
CHG_CURRENT1
96h – 97h
Bit0-Bit15 – Requested charging current(mA)
0=Turn off charger
65535=Provide maximum safe charger current
CHG_VOLT0
CHG_VOLT1
98h – 99h
Bit0-Bit15 – Requested charging voltage(mV)
0=Turn off charger
65535=Provide maximum safe charger voltage
CHG_ALARM0
CHG_ALARM1
*** Alarm Bits ***
0x8000 – OVER_CHARGED_ALARM
0x4000 – TERMINATE_CHARGE_ALARM
0x2000 – RESERVED
0x1000 – OVER_TEMP_ALARM
0x0800 – TERMINATE_DISCHARGE_ALARM
0x0400 – RESERVED
0x0200 – REMAINING_CAPACITY_ALARM
0x0100 – REMAINING_TIME_ALARM
*** Status Bits ***
0x0080 – INITIALIZED
0x0040 – DISCHARGING
0x0020 – FULLY_CHARGED
0x0010 – FULLY_DISCHARGED
*** Error Code ***
0x0000 – 0x000F – All bits set hi prior to AlarmWarning() xmit
Chapter 2-38
Word registers to Emulate smart selector RAM definition
Offset
Description
9Ah
SEL_STATE0
9Bh
Bit0 – PRESENT_A(Set if 1st battery present)
Bit1 – PRESENT_B(Set if 2nd battery present)
Bit2 – PRESENT_C(Set if 3rd battery present)
Bit3 – PRESENT_D(Set if 4th battery present)
Bit4 – CHARGE_A(Set if 1st battery be charging)
Bit5 – CHARGE_B(Set if 2nd battery be charging)
Bit6 – CHARGE_C(Set if 3rd battery be charging)
Bit7 – CHARGE_D(Set if 4th battery be charging)
SEL_STATE1
Bit0 – PWR_BY_A(Set if system power up by 1st )
Bit1 – PWR_BY_B(Set if system power up by 2nd )
Bit2 – PWR_BY_C(Set if system power up by 3rd )
Bit3 – PWR_BY_D(Set if system power up by 4th )
Bit4 – SMB_A(Set if 1st battery on SMBus)
Bit5 – SMB_B(Set if 2nd battery on SMBus)
Bit6 – SMB_C(Set if 3rd battery on SMBus)
Bit7 – SMB_D(Set if 4th battery on SMBus)
EC interface OEM common RAM definition
Offset
Description
9Ch
ACPI_FLAG0
9Dh
Bit0 – Primary HDD(1:exist)
Bit1 – Internal FDD(1:exist)
Bit2 – CDROM(1:on)
Bit3 –Secondary HDD(1:exist)
Bit4 – LS120(1:exist)
Bit5 – External FDD(1:exist)
Bit6 –CRT plug in (1:exist)
Bit7 – Reserved
ACPI_FLAG1
9Eh
Bit0 – Sleep button(1:pressed)
Bit1 – Video out button(1:pressed)
Bit2 – Decrease Volume(1:pressed)
Bit3 – Increase Volume(1:pressed)
Bit4 – Mute button(1:pressed)
Bit5 – Contrast button(1:pressed)
Bit6 – Brightness button(1:pressed)
Bit7 – Save to disk button(1:pressed)
ACPI_FLAG2
Bit0 - ACPI entry S4 state
Bit1 – Password button status
Bit2 – Spark beep button status
Bit3 – Touchpad button status
Bit4 –Bit7 Reserved.
9Fh
Reserved
A0h
UbStatus: Ultra Base control pin status
Bit0 – DPWR, Turn on Dock PCI power(0=off, 1=on)
Chapter 2-39
Offset
Description
A1h
Bit1 – UDRF, Undock request(0=inactive, 1=undock & flash LED)
Bit2 – UDRS, Undock request(0=inactive, 1=undock & solid LED)
Bit3 – EQBF, Enable Q-Buff(0=disable, 1=enable)
Bit4 – DWELL, Docked well LED(0=LED off, 1=LED on)
Bit5 – QVCCOK, Dock power ready status(0=No, 1=Yes)
Bit7 –CheckEject , (SoftEject request : 0=No 1=Yes )
DCID: Customer ID
Bit0 –DockType0, Dock on or not(0=off, 1=on)
Bit1 –DockType1, reserved
Bit4 – OS_undock OK
Bit5 – OS dock OK
Bit6 – Safe Undock OK
Bit7 –DockChange, Ultra Base had changed from docked to undock or undock to
dock (0=no, 1=yes)
A2h
Battery Learning steps.
A3h
SYS_STATUS: System indicator
A4h
Bit0 – S0LED, S0 state LED(0=LED off, 1=LED on)
Bit1 – S3LED, S3 state LED(0=LED off, 1=LED on)
Bit2 – VGAQ, VGA H/W suspend(0=VGA on, 1=VGA suspend)
Bit3 – PCMQ, PCMCIA H/W suspend(0/1=PCMCIA on/suspend )
Bit4 – PCMR, PCMCIA H/W reset (0=disable, 1=enable)
Bit5 –ADP,Ac adapter (0=offline, 1=online)
Bit6 –SYSR6(reserved)
Bit7 –SYSR7(reserved)
WAKEUP_ENABLE: Enable wake up function
A5h
Bit0 –PMEWAKE(PME Wk Enable:0=Disable, 1=Enable)
Bit1 –MDMWAKE (Modem Wk Enable:0=Disable, 1=Enable)
Bit2 - LANWAKE(LAN wakeup enable:0=Disable, 1=Enable)
Bit3-Bit7 – reserved
FANOFF_TEMP: Fan off temperature level
A6h
FANSPD1_TEMP: Fan on speed 1t
A7h
FANSPD2_TEMP: Fan on speed 2
A8h
FANSPD3_TEMP: Fan on speed 3
A9h
FANSPD4_TEMP: Fan on speed 4
AAh
FANSPD5_TEMP: Fan on speed 5
ABh
FANSPD6_TEMP: Fan on speed 6
ACh
FANSPD7_TEMP: Fan on speed 7
ADh
Temperature index
AEh
Reserved
AFh
THERMAL_STATUS
Bit0 – MODE (0=Local mode, 1=Remote mode)
Bit1 – FANSPDB0(Fan on/off parameter0)
Bit2 – FANSPDB1(Fan on/off parameter1)
Bit 2 1 ( When control by OS )
0 0 : Fan off
Chapter 2-40
Offset
Description
B0h
0 1 : Fan on speed 1
1 0 : Fan on speed 2
1 1 : Fan on speed 3
Bit3 – INITOK ( 0:Control by OS 1:Control by EC )
Bit4 – Fan1 Active
Bit5 – Fan2 Active
Bit6 – Fan speed timer init OK
CPU_TEMP: CPU current temperature
B1h
SWI_Events: SWI Event indicators
Bit1 – Lid Open, Lid open event (0= off, 1= on)
Bit2 – PME, PME event (0= off, 1= on)
Bit3 –Power Button, Power button event (0= off, 1= on)
Bit4 –Ring In, Ring In event (0= off, 1= on)
Bit5 – BtWake,Bluetooth wake up event(0=off,1=on)
Bit6 – Dock ,Dock in event(0=off,1=on)
B2h
Percentage : Battery in critical low condition.
B3h
Percentage : Battery in low condition.
B4h
Fan1 pulse width low byte
B5h
Fan1 pulse width high byte
B6h
Fan2 pulse width low byte
B7h
Fan2 pulse width high byte
B8h
Bluetooth Status
Bit0 – Detach(0=Detach,1=Attach)
Bit1 – Power(0=power off,1=power on)
Bit2 – Detach Status(0=Detach OK,1=Attach OK)
Bit3 –Power Status(0=Power off OK,1=Power on OK)
Bit4 – Switch(0=switch off,1=switch ok)
Bit5 –wake up
Bit6 –Bluetooth led(0=led off,1=led on)
B9h
Lcd brightness value (0x00-0x0a)
BAh
Lcd contrast value (0x00-0x1F)
BBh
Reserved
BCh
Project ID
BDh
Reserved
BEh
ITOC timer low byte
BFh
ITOC timer high byte
F9h
Fan1 RPM low byte
FAh
Fan1 RPM high byte
FBh-FFh
Reserved
Chapter 2-41
Control method for 1st battery pack RAM definition
Offset
Description
C0h
Bit4-6 – Manufacturer
Bit 6 5 4
0 0 1 : Sanyo
0 10 : Sony
1 0 0 : Panasonic
Bit7- Battery type
0 : Ni-MH
1 : Li-ion
C1h
Battery Status
Bit0 – Discharging
Bit1 – Charging
Bit2 – Discharging and Now is critical low
Bit3-7 – Reserved
C2h-C3h
Remaining Capacity
C4h-C5h
Serial Number
C6h-C7h
Present Voltage
C8h-C9h
Design Voltage
CAh-CBh
Design Capacity
CCh-CDh
Full charge capacity
Ceh
Gasgauge
CFh-D8h
Reserved
Control method for 2nd battery pack RAM definition
Offset
Description
E0h
Bit4-6 – Manufacturer
Bit 6 5 4
0 0 1 : Sanyo
0 10 : Sony
1 0 0 : Panasonic
Bit7- Battery type
0 : Ni-MH
1 : Li-ion
E1h
Battery Status
Bit0 – Discharging
Bit1 – Charging
Bit2 – Discharging and Now is critical low
Bit3-7 – Reserved
Chapter 2-42
Offset
Description
E2h-E3h
Remaining Capacity
E4h-E5h
Serial Number
E6h-E7h
Present Voltage
E8h-E9h
Design Voltage
EAh-EBh
Design Capacity
ECh-EDh
Full charge capacity
EEh
Gasgauge
Efh-F8h
Reserved
Chapter 2-43
Chapter 3: Hardware
Major Sub-assembly Specification
System interconnection (For BY25)
Chapter 3-1
JP28 KBD/PS2_6.PRT
JP24,JP26,JP31 USB _CON..PRT
JP6 CRT CONN..PRT
JP1 LPTCN-27.PRT
JP9 HDD
PCN2 BATT-B.PRT
JP19 FDD.PRT
PCN1 DC JACK PRT
JP10 CDROM.PRT
JP12 PCMCIA-CONN. 84P.PRT
JP5 DDR-200P.PRT
JP20 Switch buttom Interface CONN
JP1 CPU FAN CONN.
JP14 RJ45-11 CONN.
JP4 DDR 200P SO-DIMM
JP15 MODEM CONN
JP29 Audio M/B
JP16 MINI-PCI CONN
JP7 TV-OUT CONN
JP8 PANEL CONN
JP30 CARD READER CONN
JP11 1394 CONN
JP18 Int. KB Interface CONN
U1 CPU socket
U5 Northbridge
U10 Southbridge
MOTHER BOARD
JP28 KBD/PS2_6.PRT
PIN NO
SIGNAL
PIN NO
SIGNAL
1.
KBD_DATA
2.
PS2_DATA
3.
GND
4.
VCC
5.
KBD_CLK
6.
PS2_CLK
JP24,JP26,JP31 USB _CON..PRT
PIN NO
SIGNAL
PIN NO
SIGNAL
1.
VCC
2.
USB(2,0,4)D-
3.
USB(2,0,4)D+
4.
GND
JP6 CRT CONN..PRT
PIN NO
SIGNAL
PIN NO
SIGNAL
1.
R_RED
2.
R_GREEN
3.
R_BLUE
4.
C
5.
GND
6.
GND
7.
GND
8.
GND
9.
CRTVDD
10.
GND
11.
MSEN#
12.
DDCDATA
13.
HSYNC
14.
VSYNC
15.
DDCCLK
JP1 LPTCN-27.PRT
PIN NO
SIGNAL
PIN NO
SIGNAL
1.
+5V_PRN
2.
FD0
3.
FD1
4.
FD2
Chapter 3-2
5.
FD3
6.
FD4
7.
FD5
8.
FD6
9.
FD7
10.
LPTACK#
11.
LPTBUSY
12.
LPTPE
13.
LPTSLCT
14.
LPTAFD#
15.
LPTERR#
16.
LPT_INIT#
17.
SLCTIN#
18.
GND
19.
GND
20.
GND
21.
GND
22.
GND
23.
GND
24.
GND
25.
GND
JP9 HDD
PIN NO
SIGNAL
PIN NO
SIGNAL
1.
HD_IDERST#
2.
GND
3.
PD_D7
4.
PD_D8
5.
PD_D6
6.
PD_D9
7.
PD_D5
8.
PD_D10
9.
PD_D4
10.
PD_D11
11.
PD_D3
12.
PD_D12
13.
PD_D2
14.
PD_D13
15.
PD_D1
16.
PD_D14
17.
PD_D0
18.
PD_D15
19.
GND
20.
NC
21.
PD_DREQ
22.
NC
23
PD_IOW#
24.
GND
25.
PD_IOR#
26.
GND
27.
PD_IORDY
28.
PD_CSEL
29.
PD_DACK#
30.
GND
31.
PD_IRQA
32.
NC
33.
PD_A1
34.
CBLIDA
35.
PD_A0
36.
PD_A2
37.
PD_CS#1
38.
PD_CS#3
39.
HDD_LED#
40.
GND
41.
+5VS
42.
+5VS
43.
GND
44.
+5VS
PIN NO
SIGNAL
PIN NO
SIGNAL
1.
BATT+
2.
LI/NIMH#
PCN2 BATT-B.PRT
Chapter 3-3
3.
GND
4.
BATT_TEMP
5.
EEPROMVCC
6.
SMB_EC_CK1
7.
SMB_EC_DA1
8
GND
PIN NO
SIGNAL
PIN NO
SIGNAL
1.
HDSEL#
2
GND
3
RDATA#
4
GND
5
WR#
6
GND
7
TRACK0#
8
GND
9
WGATE#
10
GND
11
WDATA#
12.
FDD_DET#
13.
STEP#
14.
3MODE
15
FDDIR#
16.
NC
17
MTR0#
18.
NC
19
NC
20.
NC
21
DISKCHG#
22.
+5VS
23
DRV0#
24.
+5VS
25.
INDEX#
26.
+5VS
JP19 FDD.PRT
PCN1 DC JACK PRT (70W)
PIN NO
SIGNAL
PIN NO
SIGNAL
1.
VIN
2.
GND
PIN NO
SIGNAL
PIN NO
SIGNAL
1.
INT_CD_L
2.
INT_CD_R
3.
CD_AGND
4.
GND
5.
CD_IDERST#
6.
SD_D8
7
SD_D7
8.
SD_D9
9.
SD_D6
10.
SD_D10
11.
SD_D5
12.
SD_D11
13.
SD_D4
14.
SD_D12
15.
SD_D3
16.
SD_D13
17.
SD_D2
18.
SD_D14
19.
SD_D1
20.
SD_D15
21.
SD_D0
22.
SD_DREQ
23.
GND
24.
SD_SIOR#
25.
SD_SIOW#
26.
GND
27.
SD_SIORDY
28.
SD_DACK#
JP10 CDROM.PRT
Chapter 3-4
29.
SD_IRQ15
30.
NC
31.
SD_SBA1
32.
CBLIDB
33.
SD_SBA0
34.
SD_SBA2
35.
SD_CS1#
36.
SD_SCS3#
37.
CDLED#
38.
+5V_IDE
39.
+5V_IDE
40.
+5V_IDE
41.
+5V_IDE
42.
+5V_IDE
43.
GND
44.
+5VS
45.
GND
46.
GND
47.
SD_CSEL
48.
GND
49.
NC
50.
+5VS
JP12 PCMCIA-CONN. 84P.PRT
PIN NO
SIGNAL
PIN NO
SIGNAL
A1.
GND
A2.
GND
A3.
S1_D3
A4.
S1_CD1#
A5.
S1_D4
A6.
S1_D11
A7
S1_D5
A8.
S1_D12
A9.
GND
A10.
S1_D6
A11.
S1_D13
A12.
S1_D7
A13.
S1_D14
A14.
S1_CE1#
A15.
S1_D15
A16.
GND
A17.
S1_A10
A18.
S1_CE2#
A19.
S1_OE#
A20.
S1_VS1
A21.
S1_A11
A22.
GND
A23.
S1_IORD#
A24.
S1_A9
A25.
S1_IOWR#
A26.
S1_A8
A27
S1_A17
A28
GND
A29.
S1_A13
A30.
S1_A18
A31.
S1_A14
A32.
S1_A19
A33.
S1_WE#
A34.
S1_A20
A35.
S1_RDY#
A36.
S1_A21
A37
S1_VCC
A38
S1_VCC
A39.
S1_VPP
A40.
S1_VPP
A41.
S1_A16
A42.
GND
A43.
S1_A22
A44.
S1_A15
A45.
S1_A23
A46.
S1_A12
A47.
S1_A24
A48.
S1_A7
A49.
GND
A50.
S1_A25
Chapter 3-5
A51
S1_A6
A52
S1_VS2
A53
S1_A5
A54
S1_RST
A55
S1_A4
A56
S1_WAIT#
A57
GND
A58
S1_A3
A59
S1_INPACK#
A60
S1_A2
A61
S1_REG#
A62
S1_A1
A63
S1_BVD2
A64
S1_A0
A65
GND
A66
S1_BVD1
A67
S1_D0
A68
S1_D8
A69
S1_D1
A70
S1_D9
A71
S1_D2
A72
S1_D10
A73
GND
A74
S1_WP
A75
S1_CD2#
A76
GND
A77
GND
PIN NO
SIGNAL
PIN NO
SIGNAL
B1.
GND
B2.
GND
B3.
S2_D3
B4.
S2_CD1#
B5.
S2_D4
B6.
S2_D11
B7
S2_D5
B8.
S2_D12
B9.
GND
B10.
S2_D6
B11.
S2_D13
B12.
S2_D7
B13.
S2_D14
B14.
S2_CE1#
B15.
S2_D15
B16.
GND
B17.
S2_A10
B18.
S2_CE2#
B19.
S2_OE#
B20.
S2_VS1
B21.
S2_A11
B22.
GND
B23.
S2_IORD#
B24.
S2_A9
B25.
S2_IOWR#
B26.
S2_A8
B27
S2_A17
B28
GND
B29.
S2_A13
B30.
S2_A18
B31.
S2_A14
B32.
S2_A19
B33.
S2_WE#
B34.
S2_A20
B35.
S2_RDY#
B36.
S2_A21
B37
S2_VCC
B38
S2_VCC
B39.
S2_VPP
B40.
S2_VPP
B41.
S2_A16
B42.
GND
B43.
S2_A22
B44.
S2_A15
Chapter 3-6
B45.
S2_A23
B46.
S2_A12
B47.
S2_A24
B48.
S2_A7
B49.
GND
B50.
S1_A25
B51
S1_A6
B52
S1_VS2
B53
S1_A5
B54
S1_RST
B55
S1_A4
B56
S1_WAIT#
B57
GND
B58
S1_A3
B59
S1_INPACK#
B60
S1_A2
B61
S1_REG#
B62
S1_A1
B63
S1_BVD2
B64
S1_A0
B65
GND
B66
S1_BVD1
B67
S1_D0
B68
S1_D8
B69
S1_D1
B70
S1_D9
B71
S1_D2
B72
S1_D10
B73
GND
B74
S1_WP
B75
S1_CD2#
B76
GND
B77
GND
JP5 DDR-200P.PRT
PIN NO
SIGNAL
PIN NO
SIGNAL
1.
MVREF_DIM
2.
MVREF_DIM
3.
GND
4.
GND
5.
MD0
6.
MD4
7
MD1
8.
MD5
9.
+2.5V
10.
+2.5V
11.
RDQS0
12.
GND
13.
MD6
14.
MD3
15.
GND
16.
GND
17.
MD2
18.
MD7
19.
MD8
20.
MD12
21.
+2.5V
22.
+2.5V
23.
MD9
24.
MD13
25.
RDQS1
26.
GND
27
GND
28
GND
29.
MD10
30.
MD14
31.
MD15
32.
MD11
33.
+2.5V
34.
+2.5V
35.
DDR_CLK0
36.
+2.5V
37
DDR_CLK0#
38
GND
Chapter 3-7
39.
GND
40.
GND
41.
MD16
42.
MD20
43.
MD21
44.
MD17
45.
+2.5V
46.
+2.5V
47.
RDQS2
48.
GND
49.
MD18
50.
MD22
51
GND
52
GND
53
MD19
54
MD23
55
MD24
56
MD28
57
+2.5V
58
59
MD25
60
MD29
61
RDQS3
62
GND
63
GND
64
GND
65
MD30
66
MD26
67
MD31
68
MD27
69
+2.5V
70
+2.5V
71
GND
72
GND
73
GND
74
GND
75
GND
76
GND
77
RDQS8
78
GND
79
GND
80
GND
81
+2.5V
82
+2.5V
83
GND
84
GND
85
NC
86
NC
87
GND
88
GND
89
DDRCLK2
90
GND
91
DDRCLK2#
92
+2.5V
93
+2.5V
94
+2.5V
95
CKE3
96
CKE2
97
GND
98
GND
99
MAA12
100
MAA11
101
MAA9
102
MAA8
103
GND
104
GND
105
MAA7
106
MAA6
107
MAA5
108
MAA4
109
MAA3
110
MAA2
111
MAA1
112
MAA0
113
+2.5V
114
+2.5V
Chapter 3-8
+2.5V
115
MAA10
116
MAA12
117
MAA11
118
SRAS#
119
SWE#
120
SCAS#
121
RCS0#
122
RCS1#
123
NC
124
NC
125
GND
126
GND
127
MD32
128
MD36
129
MD37
130
MD33
131
+2.5V
132
+2.5V
133
RDQS4
134
GND
135
MD34
136
MD38
137
GND
138
GND
139
MD35
140
MD39
141
MD40
142
MD44
143
+2.5V
144
+2.5V
145
MD41
146
MD45
147
RDQS5
148
GND
149
GND
150
GND
151
MD42
152
MD43
153
MD46
154
MD47
155
+2.5V
156
+2.5V
157
+2.5V
158
DDR_CLK1#
159
GND
160
DDR_CLK1
161
GND
162
GND
163
MD48
164
MD49
165
MD52
166
MD53
167
+2.5V
168
+2.5V
169
RDQS6
170
GND
171
MD50
172
MD54
173
GND
174
GND
175
MD51
176
MD55
177
MD57
178
MD56
179
+2.5V
180
+2.5V
181
MD61
182
MD60
183
RDQS7
184
GND
185
GND
186
GND
187
MD58
188
MD62
189
MD59
190
MD63
Chapter 3-9
191
+2.5V
192
+2.5V
193
SMBDAT
194
GND
195
SMBCK
196
GND
197
+3VS
198
GND
199
NC
200
NC
PIN NO
SIGNAL
JP18 Int. KB Interface CONN
PIN NO
1.
3.
5.
7
9.
11.
13.
15.
17.
19.
21.
23.
25.
27
29.
SIGNAL
ID1
GND
LED+
KSO0
KSO2
KSO4
KSO6
KSO8
KSO10
KSO12
KSO14
KSI0
KSI2
KSI4
KSI6
2.
4.
6.
8.
10.
12.
14.
16.
18.
20.
22.
24.
26.
28
30.
ID2
USER BTN#
LEDKSO1
KSO3
KSO5
KSO7
KSO9
KSO11
KSO13
KSO15
KSI1
KSI3
KSI5
KSI7
JP20 Switch buttom Interface CONN
PIN NO
1.
3.
5.
7
9.
11.
13.
15.
17.
19.
SIGNAL
+3VALW
SCROLLLED#
CAPSLED#
EC ACT#
INT MIC
USER BTN0#
USER BTN2#
GND
NC
NC
PIN NO
2.
4.
6.
8.
10.
12.
14.
16.
18.
20.
SIGNAL
+3VS
NUMLED#
51ON#
GND-MIC
GND-MIC
USER BTN1#
USER BTN3#
NC
NC
GND
JP1 CPU FAN CONN.
PIN NO
SIGNAL
PIN NO
SIGNAL
1.
+5VFAN1
2.
FAN1_SPEED1
3.
GND
Chapter 3-10
JP14 RJ45-11 CONN.
PIN NO
1.
3.
5.
7
9.
11.
13.
15.
17.
SIGNAL
R
RXR
TXNC
MOD RING
GND
LED1 GRNP
LED2 YELP
PIN NO
2.
4.
6.
8.
10.
12.
14.
16.
18.
SIGNAL
R
R
RX+
TX+
MOD TIP
NC
GND
LED GRNN
LED2 YELN
JP4 DDR 200P SO-DIMM
PIN NO
SIGNAL
PIN NO
SIGNAL
1.
MVREF_DIM
2.
MVREF_DIM
GND
4.
GND
MD0
6.
MD4
MD1
8.
MD5
+2.5V
10.
+2.5V
RDQS0
12.
GND
MD6
14.
MD3
GND
16.
GND
MD2
18.
MD7
MD8
20.
MD12
+2.5V
22.
+2.5V
MD9
24.
MD13
RDQS1
26.
GND
GND
28
GND
MD10
30.
MD14
MD15
32.
MD11
+2.5V
34.
+2.5V
DDR_CLK3
36.
+2.5V
DDR_CLK3#
38
GND
GND
40.
GND
MD16
42.
MD20
MD21
44.
MD17
+2.5V
46.
+2.5V
RDQS2
48.
GND
MD18
50.
MD22
GND
52
GND
MD19
54
MD23
3.
5.
7
9.
11.
13.
15.
17.
19.
21.
23.
25.
27
29.
31.
33.
35.
37
39.
41.
43.
45.
47.
49.
51
53
Chapter 3-11
55
57
59
61
63
65
67
69
71
73
75
77
79
81
83
85
87
89
91
93
95
97
99
101
103
105
107
109
111
113
115
117
119
121
123
125
127
129
131
133
135
Chapter 3-12
MD24
56
MD28
+2.5V
58
+2.5V
MD25
60
MD29
RDQS3
62
GND
GND
64
GND
MD30
66
MD26
MD31
68
MD27
+2.5V
70
+2.5V
GND
72
GND
GND
74
GND
GND
76
GND
RDQS8
78
GND
GND
80
GND
+2.5V
82
+2.5V
GND
84
GND
NC
86
NC
GND
88
GND
DDRCLK5
90
GND
DDRCLK5#
92
+2.5V
+2.5V
94
+2.5V
CKE3
96
CKE2
GND
98
GND
MAA12
100
MAA11
MAA9
102
MAA8
GND
104
GND
MAA7
106
MAA6
MAA5
108
MAA4
MAA3
110
MAA2
MAA1
112
MAA0
+2.5V
114
+2.5V
MAA10
116
MAA12
MAA11
118
SRAS#
SWE#
120
SCAS#
RCS2#
122
RCS3#
NC
124
NC
GND
126
GND
MD32
128
MD36
MD37
130
MD33
+2.5V
132
+2.5V
RDQS4
134
GND
MD34
136
MD38
137
GND
138
GND
MD35
140
MD39
MD40
142
MD44
+2.5V
144
+2.5V
MD41
146
MD45
RDQS5
148
GND
GND
150
GND
MD42
152
MD43
MD46
154
MD47
+2.5V
156
+2.5V
+2.5V
158
DDR_CLK4#
GND
160
DDR_CLK4
GND
162
GND
MD48
164
MD49
MD52
166
MD53
+2.5V
168
+2.5V
RDQS6
170
GND
MD50
172
MD54
GND
174
GND
MD51
176
MD55
MD57
178
MD56
+2.5V
180
+2.5V
MD61
182
MD60
RDQS7
184
GND
GND
186
GND
MD58
188
MD62
MD59
190
MD63
+2.5V
192
+2.5V
SMBDAT
194
+3VS
SMBCK
196
GND
+3VS
198
GND
NC
200
NC
PIN No
SIGNAL
PIN No
SIGNAL
1
MOD RING
2
MOD TIP
SIGNAL
PIN NO
SIGNAL
139
141
143
145
147
149
151
153
155
157
159
161
163
165
167
169
171
173
175
177
179
181
183
185
187
189
191
193
195
197
199
P15 MODEM CONN
JP29 Audio M/B
PIN NO
Chapter 3-13
1
CLK 14M SIO
2
GND
3
AC97 BCLK
4
HPLUG
5
AC97 RST#
6
AC97 SYNC
7
AC97 SDOUT
8
AC97 SDIN0
9
MD MIC
10
MONO IN
11
MOD AUDIO MONR
12
+3VS
13
CD AGND
14
CDROM L
15
CDROM R
16
GND MIC
17
INTMIC
18
GND
19
PS2 DATA
20
PS2 CLK
21
EC MUTE
22
FULL LED#
23
ACT LED#
24
CHARGING LED#
25
POWER1 LED#
26
POWER2 LED#
27
LED2
28
+5VS
29
+5VALW
30
+3VALW
PIN No
2.
SIGNAL
JP16 MINI-PCI CONN
PIN No
1.
3.
5.
7
9.
11.
13.
15.
17.
19.
21.
23.
25.
27
29.
31.
33.
35.
37
39.
41.
43.
45.
Chapter 3-14
SIGNAL
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
D
NC
PIRQD#
+3VS
REQ#4
GND
PCLK MINI
GND
REQ#1
+3VS
AD31
AD29
GND
AD27
AD25
LAN IDSEL
CBE#3
4.
6.
8.
10.
12.
14.
16.
18.
20.
22.
24.
26.
28
30.
32.
34.
36.
38
40.
42.
44.
46.
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
+5VS
PIRQB#
GNT#4
+3.3VAUX
PCIRST#
+3VS
GNT#1
GND
MINI PME#
LAN_PME#
AD30
+3VS
AD28
AD26
AD24
47.
49.
51
53
55
57
59
61
63
65
67
69
71
73
75
77
79
81
83
85
87
89
91
93
95
97
99
101
103
105
107
109
111
113
115
117
119
121
123
127
Chapter 3-15
AD23
GND
AD21
AD19
GND
AD17
CBE#2
IRDY#
+3VS
CLKRUN#
SERR#
GND
PERR#
CBE#1
AD14
GND
AD12
AD10
GND
AD6
AD7
+3VS
AD5
NC
AD3
+5VS
AD1
GND
AC97 SYNC
AC97 SDIN1
AC97 BCLK
+3.3VAUX
MOD AUDIO MON
GND
MD MIC
GND
GND
MODEM RI#
+5VS
GND
48.
50.
52
54
56
58
60
62
64
66
68
70
72
74
76
78
80
82
84
86
88
90
92
94
96
98
100
102
104
106
108
110
112
114
116
118
120
122
124
129
MINI IDSEL
GND
AD22
AD20
PAR
AD18
AD16
GND
FRAME#
TRDY#
STOP#
+3VS
DEVSEL#
GND
AD15
AD13
AD11
GND
AD9
CBE#0
+3VS
AD6
AD4
AD2
AD0
NC
NC
GND
NC
AC97 SDOUT
NC
AC97 RST#
NC
GND
MD AUDIO MON
GND
GND
NC
+3.3VAUX
GND
JP7 TV-OUT CONN
PIN No
SIGNAL
PIN No
SIGNAL
1
GND
2
LUMA
3
GND
4
CRMA
5
GND
6
7
COMPS
JP8 PANEL CONN
PIN No
1.
3.
5.
7
9.
11.
13.
15.
17.
19.
21.
23.
25.
27
29.
31.
33.
35.
37
39.
SIGNAL
LCDVDD
DC2
TX0GND
TX1+
TX4GND
TXBCLK+
PID3
PID1
TX2GND
TXACLK+
TX5GND
TX6+
DD2
LCDVDD
INVT PWM
B+
PIN No
2.
4.
6.
8.
10.
12.
14.
16.
18.
20.
22.
24.
26.
28
30.
32.
34.
36.
38
40.
SIGNAL
LCDVDD
GND
TX0+
TX1GND
TX4+
TXBCLKGND
PID2
PID0
TX2+
TCACLKGND
TX5+
TX6GND
LCDVDD
DAC BRIG
DISPOFF#
B+
JP30 CARD READER CONN
PIN No
SIGNAL
PIN No
SIGNAL
1
+5VS
2
+5VS
3
USB5 D+
4
USB5 D-
5
PCIRST#
6
GND
PIN No
SIGNAL
PIN No
SIGNAL
1
XTPA0+
2
XTPA0-
3
XTPB0+
4
XTPB0-
JP11 1394 CONN
Chapter 3-16
Chapter 4: AC-DC CONVERTER
ACY25 series Power System block diagram
Chapter 4-1
Description
This specification defines the performance and characteristic ASTEC SA80-3105-2278 AC
adapter power supply. It supplies a constant voltage 19V output source for ACY25 series
notebook computer.
Feature
Accepts universal input from 90V AC to 265V AC
Offers constant Voltage 19.5V output source with 70W max output power capacity.
High efficiency 84% typical after burn in one hour
Compact Size
Electrical Specification
Input Voltage range:
universal input, 90VAC TO 265VAC
Inrush current:
188Apk MAX @240VAC (cold start)
Input frequency range:
47~63Hz
Input Current:
1.2Amax at 90VAC ,70W LOAD
Start-up time:
≦3sec at all line and load condition
HOLD-UP time:
≧10m sec at 120VAC.full load condition
OUTPUT Voltage Regulation: 18.5V~20V including the effects of line Voltage
variation, load current, ripple and noise
OUTPUT Current: 0Amin, 3.68Amax continuos
OUTPUT Voltage ripple:≦300mV PK-PK for resistor load
OUTPUT Voltage Dynamic regulation: Output change between 0A and 3.51A,
Appled at 100Hz with 50% duty cycle at 0.5A/us slew Rate. Voltage
overshoot<0.5V.
DC OUTPUT PIN OUT:
Adapter power return
Adapter power + output.
AC SOCKET : 2PIN (L,N,FG) 2.5A 250V UL : 94V-0.
Temperature Range:
Operating temperature: +5℃ TO 40℃
Storage temperature:
Chapter 4-2
-100℃ TO +70℃
DC-DC CONVERTER
Description
The DC-DC converter is designed to supply the power for ACY25 series notebook computer
of Compal. It supply +5VALWP, +3VALWP, +1.8VALWP, +2.5VP, +CPU_CORE,
+1.25VP,+1.2VP for logical system, and supplies for the built-in NS87591 microprocessor
which handles the keyboard and PMU control functions of the system. The power ON/OFF is
also controlled by NS87591.There is also a charger power source built-in it. It can charge
battery pack whether the computer is ON or OFF.
Features
High efficiency, up to 90%(using battery)
Accept wide range DC input voltage from 8V to 21V
Built-in charger power source
The power ON/OFF is controlled by software
Electrical specification
Input Voltage/Current
10V to 20V at the summing point of AC Adapter and battery
INPUT Current 5A max from battery
INPUT Current 3.5A max from AC Adapter
Temperature Range:
Operating temperature : 0℃ to 40℃
storage temperature range : -20℃ to 65℃
Chapter 4-3
DC/DC OUTPUT
Fixed output voltage/Current
Item
+5VALWP
+1.25VP
+1.2VP
nominal voltage
+5V
+1.25V
+1.2V
min. load
0A
0A
0A
max. load
4A
2A
0.2A
peak load
5.5A
3A
0.3A
total regulation
5V±5%
2% static
5%
4% transient
ripple voltage
100mVp-p max.
25mVp-p max.
60mVp-p max.
Item
+12VALWP
+3VALWP
+1.8VALWP
nominal voltage
+12V
+3.3V
+1.8V
min. load
0A
0A
0A
max. load
120mA
4A
1.5A
peak load
200mA
6A
2.5A
total regulation
12V±5%
3.3V±5%
1.8V±5%
ripple voltage
200mVp-p max.
100mVp-p max.
60mVp-p max.
Item
+CPU_CORE
+2.5VP
Nominal voltage
Base on table1
+2.5V
Min load
0mA
0mA
Max load
32A
4A
Peak load
40A
6A
Total regulation
-2mV/A with +-45mV
5%
Ripple voltage
60mVp-p max.
60mVp-p max.
Table 1
VID[4..0]
+CPU_CORE
P
VID[4..0]
+CPU_CORE
P
VID[4..0]
+CPU_CORE
P
VID[4..0]
+CPU_CORE
P
00000
1.75
01000
1.35
100000
0.975
11000
0.775
00001
1.70
01001
1.30
10001
0.950
11001
0.750
00010
1.65
01010
1.25
10010
0.925
11010
0.725
00011
1.60
01011
1.20
10011
0.900
11011
0.700
00100
1.55
01100
1.15
10100
0.835
11100
0.675
00101
1.50
01101
1.10
10101
0.850
11101
0.650
00110
1.45
01110
1.05
10110
0.825
11110
0.625
00111
1.40
01111
1.00
10111
0.800
11111
0.600
Chapter 4-4
Charger
Controlled by NS87591 microprocessor from motherboard
Temperature sense capability for the battery (charge active between 0℃~ 40℃)
fast charge [2.5Amps-8cells(3900mAH), LiIon Battery when system off, approach
30W fast charge when system ON.(depend on system load)
Charging termination: check the Full_charged bit in Battery status of Smart
Battery.
When system turns off, the charging time from empty to full is 3.0 hrs typically
at room temperature.
Other battery services are presented by NS87591 microprocessor include
maximum charging timer, charging temperature range etc.
Charger power:
BATT++ Constant voltage mode: 16.8V±1%
Constant charger current mode:2.5A±10%-8cells(3900mAH)
Constant adapter current mode:3.20A±10%
OVER Current protection:
+5VALWP:
+3.3VALWP:
+CPU_CORE:
5.67~9.17A
5.23~8.73A
40~60A
OVER Voltage protection:
+5VALWP:
+3.3VALWP:
+CPU_CORE:
V0+V0*(4~10%)
V0+V0*(4~10%)
V0+V0*12%
Short circuit protection:
latch mode for +5VALWP, +3VALWP, +CPU_CORE
auto recovery mode for +12VALWP
I/O
P1:Ac adapter input Jack socket
Pin 1: Adapter power return
Pin 2: Adapter power + input
Chapter 4-5
DC/DC Interface
DC/DC
Signals
I/O
Voltage
Description
Level
EC_ON#
I
0~floating
Active Low, NS87591 use this pin to control the system
power on/off.
ACOFF
I
0~3.3V
Active High, turn off the adaptor power for battery automatic
learning cycle.
ACIN
O
0~3.3V
Active High, go high when adaptor plug-in.
VGATE
O
0~3.3V
Active High, go high when +CPU_CORE ready.
VR_ON
I
0~3.3V
Active High, turn on/off the +CPU_CORE, +1.2VP
VID[0..4]
I
0~3.3V
CPU VID
FSTCHG
I
0~3.3V
Active High, NS87591 use this pin to enable charger.
IREF
I
0~3.3V
NS87591 DAC output, it control the charging current.
SMB_EC_CK1
I/O
0~5V
SMBus Clock.
SMB_EC_DA1
I/O
0~5V
SMBus data.
BATT_TEMP
O
0~3.3V
Battery Temperature detect pin
SUSP#
O
0~3.3V
Active High, NS87591 use this pin to suspend system
BATTERY
Lithium-Ion battery for ACY25 series
18650 2P4S, 14.8V/3900mAH, Lithium-Ion battery
Built-in protection and gas gauge function.
More than 300 charging/discharging cycles.
Modularized battery pack, easy to be replaced.
On board RTC battery: Maxell ML1220/1FC 3V/14mAH Lithium or
Sanyo ML1220-TT28 3V/15mAH Lithium
Chapter 4-6
ACY25 14.1” & 15” INVERTER SPECIFICATION
General Description
There are two control signals that come from system to control lamp brightness. One signal is
named DAC_BRIG, which limits current to meet LCD lamp current specification. Another one
is named PWM, which adjusts lamp brightness. This inverter brightness is adjusted by PWM
burst mode. The PWM burst mode is that turning on and off the lamp at a rate of 150Hz. The
effective brightness is a function of the duty cycle.
Features
Wide range 9V to 21V input voltage
Brightness adjustment by PWM burst mode.
Close loop controls lamp current.
Absolute maximum rating
Environment: Temperature:
Operating temperature: 0℃ ~ 55℃
Storage temperature : -20℃ ~ 70℃
Humidity: 0 ~ 90% without condensation
MTBF: 50000 hours.
Electrical characteristic
No
Item
Symbol
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Unit
1
Input voltage
INV_PWR
9
14.8
21
V
2
Input current
Iin
--
0.33
--
A
3
Lamp current
IL
2.7
--
6.3
mA
*Note 1
4
Frequency
F
45
55
65
KHz
*Note2
5
Output power
Pout
--
--
4.5
W
6
Efficiency
η
80%
--
--
--
7
Starting voltage
Vs
1600
--
--
V
8
Starting time
Tvs
1
--
1.5
Sec
2.8
3.3
3.6
V
Backlight on/off signal
9
Dispoff#
0
0.5
0.8
V
Low level
3.3
V
*Note 1
10
Limited lamp
DAC-BRIG
maximum current
Chapter 4-7
0
Comment
At 0’C
PWM signal
*note 4
11
12
lamp current
over-shoot
13
Current
Waveform factor
INV_PWM
I Zero − PK
Ip
I rms
Unbalance
I p − I−p
Rate
I rms
15
Turn off voltage
16
Voltage Rise
time
14
17 Voltage fall time
142
150
158
Hz
PWM signal frequency
3.0
3.3
3.6
V
PWM signal amplitude
30
--
100
%
Duty =
--
--
10
%
Line transient( 10.8V to
21V/100us) and turn on
transient
1.56
Multiple
1.27
2
Ton
Period
OR
I−p
I rms
*10
-10%
0
+10%
Multiple
Voff
--
--
100Vp-p
V
PWM=40%
Trise
--
--
300us
us
PWM=40%
Tfall
--
--
300us
us
PWM=40%
Notes:
*1. Limited lamp maximum current by DAC_BRIG signal:
When DAC_BRIG voltage is 0V and INV_PWM enables (100%), lamp has max. limited
current.
When DAC_BRIG voltage is 3.3V and INV_PWM enables (100%), lamp has min. limited
current.
DAC_BRIG signal comes from system chipset with internal resistance of 3KΩ.
*2. Inverter operating frequency should be within specification (45~65kHz) at max. and min.
brightness load.
*3. INV_PWM enable implies INV_PWM signal is High level (On duty cycle is 100%). It is a
square wave of 150Hz to adjust backlight brightness that is a function of PWM duty cycle.
Backlight brightness is maximum value under INV_PWM at 100% and brightness is
minimum under INV_PWM at 40%.
*4. The system interface signals belong to 3.3V.
*5. Please make sure open lamp output voltage should be within starting voltage specification.
*6. Inverter should pass human body safety test.
*7. Inverter should no smoking by any component open/ short test
*8. Transformer voltage stress should not be over 85% under any condition
( turn on overshoot transient and line transient).
*9. Audio noise should be less than 36dB at 10 cm distance.
Chapter 4-8
Electrical specification
No
Symbol
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Unit
Voper.
--
700
--
Vrms
IL
5.7
6.0
6.3
mArms
DAC_BRIG: 0 V, PWM: 100%
IL
2.7
3.0
3.3
mArms
DAC_BRIG: 0 V, PWM:30%
F
45
55
65
KHz
η
80%
--
--
--
1
Comment
Lamp operating voltage
Thermal
All components on inverter board should follow below rules:
Component using conditions (component stress) must be within component specification
including voltage rating, current rating, temperature etc.
Component temperature should follow below:
• Δ T < 30℃ , at 25 , 35℃.
• Component temperature should be less than 70℃ inside system at 35℃.
Connector description
Input Connector:
CN1: ACES 87213-0700; JST SM07B-SRSS-TB
Pin No.
Chapter 4-9
Symbol
Description
1
INV_PWR
Input voltage (9V-21V)
2
INV_PWR
Input voltage (9V-21V)
3
INV_PWM
Adjust brightness by burst mode(3.3 V 150Hz)
4
DISOFF #
Backlight on/off control, active HIGH(3.3V)
5
DAC_BRIG
6
GND
Power system return
7
GND
Power system return
Max. current limit
Output Connector:
CN2: JST_SM02B_BHSS-1
Pin No.
Symbol
Description
1
HV
Connected to high voltage of LCD lamp
2
LV
Connected to low voltage of LCD lamp
Note : Please mark “ CAUTION HIGH VOLTAGE” around CN2
Safety Protection
Open lamp protection:
When inverter is on open lamp status, any component on inverter should be O.K and inverter
is no damaged, no fire and no arcing. If inverter can’t shunt down during open lamp happen,
inverter must pass below conditions:
Human body test.
Open lamp burning: Inverter burns for 24 hours at open lamp status. No parts damage.
Human body safety test:
Short inverter output, transformer secondary output to GND by a 2KΩ resistor which connects
one end to GND and another one to those outputs. They should meet output current limitation
requirement as follow. Output current I is the current that flows through 2KΩ resistor.
Output current I ≦ 0.7mA , if frequency f ≦ 1KHz
Output current I ≦ 0.7mA * f (kHz) , if f ≧ 1KHz.
However, output current should be less than 70mA even frequency is more than 100KHz.
Abnormal test:
Any one component is short or open; inverter should be no fire, no arcing. And result must
meet output current limitation requirement.
Chapter 4-10
Chapter 5: Disassembly
General
This chapter provides detailed directions for disassembling the computer. You will require a
medium size screwdriver, small screwdriver and a 6mm nut driver (for the helix screw nuts on
the rear ports).
Before starting to disassemble the computer, refer to the diagram below. This indicates which
modules need to be removed to access the module needing replacement. Always start by
removing the battery pack. Then work down through the diagram, removing only those modules
necessary to reach the module to be replaced.
Battery
CPU
Compartment Cover
Expansion Memory
Compartment Cover
PC
Card
CPU Fan
CD-RW/DVD
-ROM or
FDD
CD-ROM /
Expansion
Combo Drive
memory
Strip cover
HDD
Keyboard
Button
board
Wireless LAN /
modem card
Display
Assembly
Top Cover
Audio board
System board
Touch pad
Microphone jack
Chapter 5-1
Speakers
The example below shows which modules need to be removed before the audio board
can be removed and repaired or replaced. The audio board is overlapped by the top
cover, which must be removed before the audio board can be reached. The top cover is
in turn overlapped by several other units (shaded gray) and these must be removed
before the top cover can be reached. Always starts the disassembly process by
removing the battery.
Battery
CPU
Compartment Cover
Expansion Memory
Compartment Cover
PC
Card
CPU Fan
CD-RW/DVD
-ROM or
FDD
CD-ROM /
Expansion
Combo Drive
memory
Strip cover
HDD
Keyboard
Button
board
Wireless LAN /
modem card
Display
Assembly
Top Cover
Audio board
System board
Touch pad
Microphone jack
Chapter 5-2
Speakers
Safety Precautions
Before you begin disassembly, read the following safety precautions and observe them
carefully as you work.
DANGER:
1.
Always use the lithium ion battery pack or backup battery that is authorized by the
manufacturer or compatible with the unit. Since other battery packs have different
specifications, they may be incompatible with the unit, and may burst or explode. Heating or
disassembling the battery pack could cause leakage of alkaline solution. Throwing the battery
pack into a fire could cause the battery pack to explode.
2.
The power supply, FL inverter and other components carry high voltages. To avoid the risk of
electric shock when you need to turn on the power of a partially disassembled computer to
check its operation, be very careful not to touch connectors or components. Also, do not
disassemble individual components in first-level maintenance.
WARNING: To avoid the risk of electric shock or other injury:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Always turn the power off and disconnect the AC adaptor from the power source.
Remove any metal jewelry or accessories such as necklaces, bracelets, or rings. Batteries in the
computer retain an electrical charge so there is danger of electrical shock even when the
computer is disconnected from an AC power source.
Never work with wet or damp hands.
The computer contains sharp edges and corners: be careful not to injure yourself.
Make sure that all replacement components meet the specifications for the computer and that all
cables and connectors are securely fastened.
CAUTION: To avoid damage to the computer:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
When you change a component, be sure the replacement component meets the required
specifications. Never use foreign parts.
Metal objects such as screws or paper clips which fall into the unit can cause a short-circuit, fire,
or other internal damage.
When assembling the computer, make sure you use the correct screws to secure the various
pieces in place. Screw sizes are listed in their corresponding figure. Make sure all screws are
securely fastened. Loose screws can cause short circuits, resulting in heat, smoke, or fire.
Before removing an module or other component, make sure all cables to the component have
been disconnected.
If you use AC power, be sure to use the cable that came with the computer or one recommended
by the manufacturer.
Chapter 5-3
Before You Begin
Look over the procedures in this section before you begin disassembling the computer.
Familiarize yourself with the disassembly and reassembly steps. Begin each procedure by
removing the AC adaptor and the battery pack.
1. Do not disassemble the computer unless it is operating abnormally.
2. Use only the correct and approved tools.
3. Make sure the working environment is free from the following elements whether you
are using or storing the computer.
Ö Dust and contaminates
Ö Static electricity
Ö Extreme heat, cold and humidity
4. Do not perform any operations that are not necessary and use only the described
procedures for disassembling and installing modules in the computer.
5. After removing parts from the computer, place them in a safe place away from the
computer so they will not be damaged and will not interfere with your work.
6. You will remove and replace many screws when you disassemble the computer. When
you remove screws, make sure they are placed in a safe place and identified with the
correct parts.
7. When assembling the computer make sure you use the correct screws to secure the
various pieces. Screw sizes are listed in their corresponding figures.
8. The computer contains many sharp edges and corners, so be careful not to injure
yourself.
9. After you have replaced a component, make sure the computer is functioning properly
by performing the appropriate test on the component you have fixed or replaced.
Chapter 5-4
Disassembly Procedures
The computer has two basic types of cable connectors:
‰ Pressure Plate Connectors
‰ Standard Pin Connectors
To disconnect a Pressure Plate connector, lift up the tabs on either side of the connector’s
plastic pressure plate and slide the cable out of the connector. To connect the cable to a
Pressure Plate connector, make sure the pressure plate is fully lifted and slide the cable into the
connector. Secure the cable in place by pushing the sides of the pressure plate down so the
plate is flush with the sides of the connector. Gently pull on the cable to make sure the cable is
secure. If you pull out the connector, connect it again making sure the connector’s pressure
plate is fully lifted when you insert the cable.
Standard pin connectors are used with all other cables. These connectors can be connected
and disconnected by simply pulling them apart or pushing them together.
Assembly Procedures
After you have disassembled the computer and fixed or repaired the problem that was causing
the computer to operate abnormally, you will need to reassemble the computer.
While assembling the computer, remember the following general points:
‰ Take your time. Most problems arise when you get in a hurry assembling the
computer.
‰
Make sure all cables and connectors are securely fastened.
‰
Before securing the module or other parts, make sure that no cables will be pinched
by screws or the module.
‰
Check that all latches are closed securely.
‰
Make sure all the correct screws are used to secure all components. Using the wrong
screw can either damage the threads on the screw or the head of the screw and may
prevent proper seating of a module.
After installing a component in the computer, confirm that the component and the computer are
functioning properly.
Chapter 5-5
Tools and Equipment
The use of Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) equipment is very important for your safety and the
safety of those around you. Proper use of these devices will increase the success rate of your
repairs and lower the cost for damaged or destroyed parts. The following equipment is
necessary to disassemble and reassemble the computer:
‰
One medium size screwdriver
‰
One small screwdriver
‰
One 6mm nut driver (for the helix screw nuts on the rear ports)
‰
Tweezers, to lift out screws that you cannot grasp with your fingers.
‰
ESD mats for the floor and the table you are working on.
‰
ESD wrist strap or heel grounder.
‰
Anti-static carpeting or flooring.
‰
Air-ionizers in highly static sensitive areas.
Chapter 5-6
Battery
1.
Place the computer upside down with the front facing toward you.
2.
Press the battery release button down and slide the battery latch to the right.
3.
The battery pack will pop up slightly. Lever it out by easing up the protruding
edge.
Figure 5-1: Removing the battery
Chapter 5-7
PC Card
1.
Push the eject button for the card you want to release. The button will pop out
when you release it.
Figure 5-2: Ejecting a PC card (1/2)
2.
Push the eject button once more to pop the PC Card out slightly.
3.
Grasp the PC Card and remove it.
4.
Push the eject button back into place, if necessary.
Figure 5-3: Ejecting a PC card (2/2)
Chapter 5-8
Display Assembly
The instructions and figures below are for the 15” display. Differences with the 14” display are indicated
where necessary.
Removing the display assembly
1.
Remove two M2.5×5 screws securing the strip cover.
Figure 5-4: Removing two screws securing the strip cover
Chapter 5-9
2.
3.
Open the display fully so that the display and computer are flat on the table.
Insert the end of a small screwdriver between the strip cover and one of the display
assembly hinges. Gently pry off the strip cover.
Figure 5-5: Removing the strip cover
Chapter 5-10
4.
5.
Lever the LCD display wire set connector off the system board connector. Do not pull on the
wire itself as this may cause damage. Instead, pull on the connector white wire set
connector.
Remove two M2.5×5 screws securing the display assembly hinges.
Figure 5-6: Releasing the LCD display wire set and hinges
Chapter 5-11
6.
Turn the computer over. Remove two M2.5×9 screws from the base and two M2.5×7
screws from the rear panel.
Figure 5-7: Removing two screws securing the display assembly
7.
Turn the computer upright. Open the display so that it is perpendicular to the desk, then
gently lift off the display.
Figure 5-8: Lifting off the display assembly
Disassembling the display assembly
1. Remove two mask seals and two M2.5×7 screws securing the LCD bezel. If disassembling
the 14” display, two M2.5×5 screws must also be removed from the top of the LCD bezel.
Chapter 5-12
Figure 5-9: Removing two screws securing the LCD bezel
2. Ease the bezel off the display, starting from one of the sides. The bezel is secured by
latches, with four on each of the sides, seven along the bottom edge and six along the top
edge.
Figure 5-10: Removing the LCD bezel
3. Remove the following eight screws securing the LCD module in the LCD cover:
Ö Two M2×3 screws from each side
Ö Two M2.5×5 screws from the upper corners
Ö Two M2.5×5 screws from the bottom corners
Chapter 5-13
Figure 5-11: Removing eight screws securing the LCD module
4. Lift the LCD module out of the LCD cover.
Chapter 5-14
5. Release the LCD cable from its hook to the left of the FL inverter board.
6. Detach the HV cable from the right of the FL inverter board.
Figure 5-12: Detaching the FL inverter board
7. Remove one M2.5×3 screw securing the FL inverter board.
8. Gently lift out the FL inverter board and detach the FL FPC from its left-hand end.
Figure 5-13: Detaching the FL FPC
9. Remove the LCD array and place face down.
10. Remove two pieces of tape sticking the LCD cable to the LCD array.
11. Detach the LCD cable from its connector
Chapter 5-15
Figure 5-14: Removing the LCD cable
12. Remove six M2×2.5 screws securing the LCD bracket to the LCD module (the 14” LCD
module is secured by four screws).
Figure 5-15: Removing the LCD bracket
Chapter 5-16
Keyboard / button board
1. Remove four M2.5×3 screws securing the keyboard.
Figure 5-16: Removing four screws securing the keyboard
Chapter 5-17
2. Lift the keyboard up and place higher on the computer base unit so that the keyboard cable
connector is exposed.
3. Detach the keyboard cable and remove the keyboard.
Figure 5-17: Removing the keyboard
4. Remove two M2.5×3 screws securing the button board. Remove the button board.
Figure 5-18: Removing the button board
Chapter 5-18
Wireless LAN / Modem Unit
1. Remove two M2.5×3 screws securing the wireless LAN card compartment cover.
Remove the cover.
Figure 5-19: Removing the Wireless LAN compartment cover
Chapter 5-19
2. Disconnect the modem cable.
3. If you will subsequently remove the top cover, you should peel back the tape
covering the Touch pad FFC and detach the FFC from its connector. If your aim is
solely to remove the Wireless LAN / modem card you do not need to detach the
FFC.
Figure 5-20: Disconnecting the Wireless LAN / modem card
Chapter 5-20
4. Push out the two latches securing the wireless LAN /modem card. One end of the
card will pop up.
5. Grasp the wireless LAN /modem card and pull it out.
Figure 5-21: Removing the Wireless LAN / modem card
Chapter 5-21
Expansion Memory
1. Remove one M2.5×5 screw securing the expansion memory compartment cover.
Lift off the cover.
Figure 5-22: Removing one screw securing the expansion memory compartment cover
Chapter 5-22
2. Gently press out the latches securing the expansion memory. One end of the
memory will pop up.
3. Grasp the expansion memory and pull it out.
Figure 5-23: Removing the expansion memory
Chapter 5-23
4. A spare expansion memory slot is located beneath the keyboard. To access this
remove the keyboard following the instructions in section 4.5. Remove the
memory card in the same way by easing the two latches apart.
Figure 5-24: Removing the spare expansion memory
Chapter 5-24
CD-RW/DVD-ROM or CD-ROM/Combo Drive
1. Remove one M2.5×5 screw securing the expansion memory compartment cover
(see section 4.7). Lift off the cover.
2. Remove one M2.5×7 screw securing the CD-RW/DVD-ROM or CD-ROM/Combo
Drive.
Figure 5-25: Removing one screw securing the CD-RW/DVD-ROM or CD-ROM/Combo Drive
Chapter 5-25
3. Push on the tab to push out the drive. Grasp the front of the drive to pull it fully
out.
Figure 5-26: Removing the CD-RW/DVD-ROM or CD-ROM/Combo Drive
4. Remove two M2.0×3 screws securing the drive bracket.
Figure 5-27: Removing the CD-RW/DVD-ROM or CD-ROM/Combo drive bracket
Chapter 5-26
FDD
1. Remove one M2.5×5 screw securing the expansion memory compartment cover
(see section 4.7). Lift off the cover.
2. Detach the FDD cable.
3. Remove one M2.5×5 screw next to the FDD cable securing the FDD.
4. Remove one M2.5×5 screw on the base securing the FDD.
Figure 5-28: Detaching the FDD
Chapter 5-27
5. Push the FDD out until you can grasp the front. Then pull the entire unit out.
6. Detach the FDD brace. For the Panasonic FDD unit (pictured) remove three
M2.5×3 screws from the sides and one M2×3 screw from the rear. For the Mitsui
FDD unit, remove four M2×4 screws.
7. After detaching the FDD brace, detach the FDD cable.
Figure5-29: Removing the FDD brace and cable
Chapter 5-28
HDD
1. Remove two M2.5×9 screws securing the HDD unit.
Figure 5-30: Removing two screws securing the HDD unit
2. Lift out the HDD unit.
3. Remove four M3×3 screws securing the HDD shielding.
4. Lift the HDD out of the shielding.
5. Pull off the HDD connector.
Figure 5-31: Removing the HDD shielding
Chapter 5-29
Fan
1. Remove one M2.5×5 screw securing the CPU compartment cover.
Figure 5-32: Removing the CPU compartment cover
2. Remove two M2.5×7 screws securing the fan.
3. Lift the fan slightly so that you can detach the fan cable.
4. Remove the fan.
Figure 5-33: Detaching the fan
Chapter 5-30
CPU
1. Remove one M2.5×5 screw securing the CPU compartment cover (see section
4.11).
2. Remove four screws securing the thermal unit
Figure 5-34: Removing four screws securing the thermal unit
3. Lift out the thermal unit.
Chapter 5-31
4. Turn the cam on the CPU socket with a flat-blade screwdriver so that the notch on
the cam is aligned with the “open” side of the CPU socket to unlock the CPU.
5. Gently lift out the CPU.
Figure 5-35: Removing the CPU
CAUTION:
When replacing the CPU, make sure the triangle marks on the CPU and CPU socket
are aligned before gently pressing the CPU into place.
CAUTION:
You should change the thermal pad between the thermal unit and CPU before
replacing the thermal unit.
CAUTION:
the unit).
Chapter 5-32
When replacing the unit, be sure to fasten the screws in the order indicated on top of
Top Cover
1. Remove the following screws securing the top cover:
Ö Two M2.5×12 screws
Ö Two M2.5×5 screws
Ö Two M2.5×3 screw
Figure 5-36: Removing five screws securing the top cover
Chapter 5-33
2. Turn the computer over and remove the following screws securing the top cover:
Ö Eight M2.5×9 screws
Ö Two M2.5×18 screws
Ö Two M2.5×7 screws
Ö Two M2.5×5 screws
Figure 5-37: Removing 14 screws securing the top cover
3. Lift top cover off by pulling gently upwards from the back corners.
Chapter 5-34
Touch Pad
1. Remove six M2.5×4 screws securing the mouse cover board.
2. Lift off the mouse cover board.
3. Detach the speaker cables from the audio board.
Figure 5-38: Removing the mouse cover board
Chapter 5-35
4. Detach the Touch pad board FFC cable.
5. Remove two M2.5×4 screws securing the audio board.
6. Gently lift out and turn over the audio board.
7. Disconnect the microphone jack FFC.
8. Remove the audio board.
Figure 5-39: Removing the audio board
9. Lift out the touch pad board.
Chapter 5-36
Speakers
1. Remove one M2.5×4 screw securing each of the speakers.
2. Detach both speaker cables from the audio board (you will already have
detached the cables if you have removed the audio board).
Figure 5-40: Removing the speakers
3. Lift out the speakers.
Chapter 5-37
Microphone jack
1. Remove two M2.5×4 screws securing the microphone jack.
2. Peel off the tape securing the microphone jack FFC.
3. Remove the microphone jack.
Figure 5-41: Removing the microphone jack
Chapter 5-38
System Board
1. Remove three M2.5×5 screws securing the system board
2. Remove six helix screw nuts securing the rear ports.
3. Remove the system board by lifting from the center of the inside edge of the
board.
Figure 5-42: Removing the system board
Chapter 5-39
Chapter 6: Testing and Troubleshooting
The purpose of this chapter is to provide a systematic method of isolating problems you may
have with the ACY25 series Notebook Computer. We assume that you have a basic
understanding of DOS-based computer systems as well as knowledge of standard
trouble-shooting procedures. This manual is written under the assumption that the problems
are indeed related with Notebook itself. The improper usage and application software
problems are excluded in this chapter. The system BIOS Beep Code is an integrated unit to
detect some errors in the system board. This beep code will give immediate identification of
certain system board problems. If the troubleshooting procedure is followed step by step, it
can efficiently isolate the problem and the problem can be solved easily.
PERFORM VISUAL INSPECTION
Check the following:
Power cords are properly connected and secured
Power supply is adequate for operation
There are no obvious shorts or opens
There are no obviously burned or heated components
All components appear normal
Troubleshooting Flowchart
Use the flowchart in Figure 6-1 as a guide for determining which troubleshooting procedures
to execute. Before going through the flowchart steps, verify the following:
•
Ask the user if a password is registered and, if it is, ask him or her to enter the
password.
•
Verify with the customer that Windows XP is installed on the hard disk. Operating
systems that were not preinstalled by Compal can cause the computer to malfunction.
•
Make sure all optional equipment is removed from the computer.
•
Make sure the floppy disk drive is empty.
Chapter 6-1
START
Connect the AC adapter to the DC-IN socket
Is the DC-IN LED on?
No
Perform the Power Supply
Troubleshooting procedures in
section 6-2
No
Perform the Power Supply
Troubleshooting procedures in
section 6-2
No
Perform the Power Supply
Troubleshooting procedures in
section 6-2
No
Perform the Display
Troubleshooting procedures in
section 6-3
Yes
Is the Battery LED on?
Yes
Turn the Power switch on
Yes
Is the Power On LED on?
Yes
Is the logo message display?
Yes
If the password message displays, type
the password, then press Enter
Is Windows being loaded?
No
Perform diagnostics program
.
Yes
A
Figure 6-1 Troubleshooting flowchart (1/2)
Chapter 6-2
A
Yes
No
Perform the keyboard
Troubleshooting procedures
in section 6-5
No
Perform the FDD
Troubleshooting procedures
in section 6-4
Yes
Insert the diagnostics disk into FDD.
Then run the diagnostics test program.
Yes
Is the diagnostics test loaded?
Yes
Allow each test to perform
automatically
Is an error detected by any of the
diagnostics tests?
After confirming which
diagnostics test has detected
an error, perform the
appropriate procedure as
outlined below.
No
System is normal
End
Figure 6-1 Troubleshooting flowchart (2/2)
Chapter 6-3
If the diagnostics program cannot detect an error, the problem may be intermittent. The test
program should be executed several times to isolate the problem. When a problem has
been located, perform the appropriate troubleshooting procedures as follows:
1. If an error is detected by the main battery test, perform the Power Supply
Troubleshooting procedures in Section 6-2.
2. If an error is detected by the display test, perform the Display Troubleshooting
procedures in Section 6-3.
3. If an error is detected by the floppy disk test, perform the FDD Troubleshooting
procedures in Section 6-4.
4. If an error is detected by the keyboard test, perform the Keyboard Troubleshooting
procedures in Section 6-5.
5. If an error is detected by the printer (parallel) port test, perform the Printer Port
Troubleshooting procedures in Section 6-8.
6. If an error is detected by the CD-ROM/DVD-ROM test, perform the DVD-ROM and
CD-RW/DVD-ROM Troubleshooting Procedures in Section 6-11.
7. If an error is detected by the Modem test, perform the Modem Troubleshooting
Procedures in Section 6-12 or the LAN Troubleshooting Procedures in Section 2.11.
8. If an error is detected by the Sound test, perform the Sound Troubleshooting Procedures
in Section 2.12.
Other problems that are not covered by the diagnostics program may be discovered by a user.
1. If an error is detected when using an external USB device, perform the External USB
Devices Troubleshooting procedures in Section 6-6.
2. If an error is detected when using the TV-out connection, perform the TV-Out Failure
Troubleshooting procedures in Section 6-7.
3. If an error is detected when using the touch pad, perform the Touch Pad Troubleshooting
procedures in Section 6-9.
4. If an error is detected when using the speakers, perform the Speaker Troubleshooting
procedures in Section 6-10.
5. If an error is detected when using the CD/DVD drive, perform the CD-ROM/DVD Drive
Troubleshooting procedures in Section 6-11.
6. If an error is detected when using the modem, perform the Modem Troubleshooting
procedures in Section 6-12.
7. If an error is detected when using the PCMCIA unit, perform the PCMCIA Troubleshooting
procedures in Section 6-13.
Chapter 6-4
Power Supply Troubleshooting
ST A R T
C heck P ower Supply Status
(P rocedure 1)
A re the D C -IN and
B attery LE D s lit?
No
R eplace adaptor / battery
(P rocedure 2)
Y es
R un diagnostic program
(P rocedure 4)
No
P erform internal connection
check
(P rocedure 5)
Y es
C heck power supply
connections
(P rocedure 3)
C an you turn the
com puter on?
No
A re the internal power
connections secure?
Y es
R eplace system board
END
Figure 6-2 Power Supply Troubleshooting Process
Chapter 6-5
The power supply controls many functions and components. To determine if the power
supply is functioning properly, start with Procedure 1 and continue with the other Procedures
as instructed. The flowchart in Figure 6-2 gives a summary of the process. The procedures
described in this section are:
Procedure 1:
Power status check
Procedure 2:
Adaptor / battery replacement
Procedure 3:
Power supply connection check
Procedure 4:
Diagnostic check
Procedure 5:
Internal connection check
Procedure 1
Power Status Check
The following LEDs indicate the power supply status:
Battery LED
DC-IN LED
The power supply controller displays the power supply status through the Battery and the DC-IN
LEDs as listed in the tables below.
Table 2-1 Battery LED
Battery State
LED colors
Definition
Charging
Amber, solid on
Battery charging with AC .
Green, solid on
Battery fully charged by AC
Green color off
Battery abnormal: stop charging with AC
(Bad cell/ Overheated)
Amber, blinking
Battery within low state: 12 minutes
remaining
Discharging
LED on for1 second
every 4 seconds
Amber, blinking
Battery within critical low state: 3
minutes remaining. The system is
(LED on 1 second every
protected and cannot be re-powered on
2 seconds)
without the AC power connected.
Amber color off
Battery not in low or critical low state; in
discharging state
Table 2-2 DC-IN LED
DC-IN LED
Power supply status
Solid on
AC power exists (LED is solid green).
Off
No AC power exists.
To check the power supply status, install a battery pack and connect an AC adaptor to the
DC-IN port on the computer and to a power supply.
Chapter 6-6
If the DC-IN LED or Battery LED are not lit, go to Procedure 2
Procedure 2
Adaptor / battery replacement
A faulty adaptor may not supply power or may not charge the battery. Perform Check 1.
Check 1
Connect a new AC adaptor. If the problem is not resolved, go to Check 2.
Check 2
Insert a new battery. If the problem is still not resolved, go to Procedure 3.
Procedure 3
Power supply connection check
The power supply wiring diagram is shown below:
AC adaptor cord
AC power cord
AC
adaptor
System
board
Battery
Any of the connectors may be disconnected. Perform Check 1.
Check 1
Disconnect the AC power cord from wall outlet. Check the power cable for breaks.
If the power cord is damaged, connect a new AC power cord. If there is no
damage, go to Check 2.
Check 2
Make sure the AC adaptor cord and AC power cord are firmly plugged into the
DC-IN socket, AC adaptor inlet and wall outlet. If these cables are connected
correctly, go to Check 3.
Check 3
Make sure that the DC-IN input port socket is firmly secured to the system board
of the computer.
• If the DC-IN input socket is loose, go to Procedure 5.
• If it is not loose, go to Check 4.
Check 4
Use a multimeter to make sure that the AC adaptor output voltage is close to 19 V.
If the output is several percent lower than 19 V, go to Check 5. If the output is
close to 19 V, go to Check 6.
Check 5
Connect a new AC adaptor or AC power cord.
• If the DC-IN LED does not light, go to Procedure 4.
• If the battery LED does not light, go to Check 6.
Check 6
Make sure the battery pack is installed in the computer correctly. If the battery is
properly installed and the battery LED still does not light, go to Procedure 4.
Procedure 4
Diagnostic check
The power supply may not charge the battery pack. Perform the following procedures:
Chapter 6-7
1. Reinstall the battery pack.
2. Attach the AC adaptor and turn on the power. If you cannot turn on the power, go to
Procedure 5.
3. Run the Diagnostic test following the procedures described Tests and Diagnostics. If no
problem is detected, the battery is functioning normally.
Procedure 5
Replacement check
The system board may be disconnected or damaged. Disassemble the computer following
the steps described Replacement Procedures. Check the connection between the AC
adaptor and the system board. After checking the connection, perform Check 1:
Check 1
Use a multimeter to make sure that the fuses on the system board are not blown.
If a fuse is not blown, go to Check 2. If a fuse is blown, go to Check 3.
Check 2
Make sure that the battery cable is firmly connected to the system board. If it is
connected firmly, go to Check 3.
Check 3
The system board may be damaged. Replace it with a new one following the
instructions in Chapter 4.
Chapter 6-8
Display Troubleshooting
START
P e r fo r m e x te r n a l d is p la y c h e c k
(P ro c ed u re 1 )
D o e s th e e x te r n a l
d is p la y fu n c tio n o k ?
No
P e r fo r m d ia g n o s tic c h e c k
(P ro c ed u re 2 )
Y es
W a s a d is p la y
p r o b le m d e te c te d ?
No
D is p la y is n o t
fa u lty . C o n tin u e
tr o u b le s h o o tin g r e fe r to F ig u r e 2 .1
Y es
P e r fo r m c o n n e c to r a n d
r e p la c e m e n t c h e c k
(P ro c ed u re 3 )
R e p la c e s y s te m b o a r d
END
Figure 6-3 Display troubleshooting process
Chapter 6-9
This section describes how to determine if the computer’s display is functioning properly.
The process is outlined in Figure 6-3. Start with Procedure 1 and continue with the other
procedures as instructed.
Procedure 1:
External display check
Procedure 2:
Diagnostic check
Procedure 3:
Connector and replacement check
Procedure 1
External display check
Connect an external display to the computer’s external monitor port, then boot the computer.
The computer automatically detects the external display. Press Fn+F5 to switch to the
external display.
If the external display works correctly, the internal LCD may be damaged. Go to Procedure 3.
If the external monitor appears to have the same problem as the internal monitor, the system
board may be damaged. Go to Procedure 2.
Procedure 2
Diagnostic check
The Display Test program is stored on the computer’s Diagnostics disk. This program
checks the display controller on the system board. Insert the Diagnostics disk in the
computer’s floppy disk drive, turn on the computer and run the test. Refer to Chapter 3,
Tests and Diagnostics for details.
If an error is detected, go to Procedure 3. If an error is not detected, the display is
functioning properly.
Procedure 3
Connector and replacement check
The FL inverter board, LCD module, and system board are connected to the display circuits.
Any of these components may be damaged. Replacement Procedures, for instructions on
how to disassemble the computer and then perform the following checks:
Check 1
Make sure the DDRRAM module is seated properly. Test display again. If the
problem still exits, replace the DDRRAM module. If the problem still exists,
perform check 2.
Check 2
Replace the FL inverter board with a new one and test display again. If the
problem still exists, perform Check 3.
Check 3
Replace the LCD module with a new one and test display again. If the problem
still exists, perform Check 4.
Check 4
Replace the LCD/FL cable with a new one and test display again. If the problem
still exists, perform Check 5.
Check 5
Replace the CPU with another of the same specifications. If the problem still
exists, perform Check 6.
Check 6
The system board may be damaged. Replace it with a new one.
Chapter 6-10
FDD Troubleshooting
START
P e rfo r m F D D h e a d c le a n in g c h e c k
(P r o c e d u r e 1 )
P e rfo r m d ia g n o s tic c h e c k
(P r o c e d u r e 2 )
W as a FD D
p r o b le m d e te c te d ?
No
F D D is n o t fa u lty .
C o n tin u e
tr o u b le s h o o tin g re fe r to F ig u r e 2 .1
Y es
P e rfo r m c o n n e c to r a n d r e p la c e m e n t
check
(P r o c e d u r e 3 )
R e p la c e s y s te m b o a r d
END
Figure 6-4 FDD troubleshooting process
Chapter 6-11
This section describes how to determine if the FDD is functioning properly. Perform the steps
below starting with Procedure 1 and continuing as required. Figure 6-4 gives an outline of the
process.
Procedure 1:
FDD head cleaning check
Procedure 2:
Diagnostic check
Procedure 3:
Connector check and replacement check
Procedure 1
FDD head cleaning check
The FDD heads can become dirty over time, affecting their performance. Use an FDD
cleaning kit to clean the heads. If the FDD still does not function properly after cleaning, go to
Procedure 2.
Procedure 2
Diagnostic check
Insert the Diagnostics Disk in the FDD, turn on the computer and run the test.
If no FDD problem is detected by the diagnostic test, the FDD is functioning normally. If an
error occurs, go to Procedure 3.
Procedure 3
Connector check and replacement check
The 3.5-inch FDD is connected to the system board. For instructions on how to disassemble
the computer and then perform the following checks:
Check 1
Make sure the FDD flexible cable is firmly connected to the FDD and system
board. If any of the connections are loose, reconnect firmly and repeat
Procedure 2. If any of the connections is damaged, or there is still an error, go to
Check 2.
Check 2
The FDD unit or FDD flexible cable may be defective or damaged. If the FDD is
still not functioning properly, perform Check 3.
Check 3
Replace the system board.
Chapter 6-12
Keyboard Troubleshooting
START
P e r fo r m e x te r n a l k e y b o a r d c h e c k
(P ro c ed u re 1 )
D o e s th e e x te r n a l
k e y b o a r d fu n c tio n o k ?
Y es
P e r fo r m d ia g n o s tic c h e c k
(P ro c ed u re 2 )
No
W a s a k eyb o a rd
p r o b le m d e te c te d ?
No
K e y b o a r d is n o t
fa u lty . C o n tin u e
tr o u b le s h o o tin g r e fe r to F ig u r e 2 .1
Y es
P e r fo r m c o n n e c to r a n d
r e p la c e m e n t c h e c k
(P ro c ed u re 3 )
R e p la c e s y s te m b o a r d
END
Figure 6-5 Keyboard troubleshooting process
Chapter 6-13
To determine if the computer’s keyboard is functioning properly, perform the following
procedures. Figure 6-5 outlines the process. Start with Procedure 1 and continue with the
other procedures as instructed.
Procedure 1:
External keyboard check
Procedure 2:
Diagnostic check
Procedure 3:
Connector and replacement check
Procedure 1
External keyboard check
Connect a USB keyboard to one of the computer’s keyboard/mouse ports, then boot the
computer. The computer automatically detects the external keyboard.
If the external keyboard works correctly, the internal keyboard or its connections may be
faulty. Go to Procedure 2.
If the external keyboard appears to have the same problem as the internal keyboard, the
system board may be damaged.
Procedure 2
Diagnostic test
Run the Diagnostic Program, which will automatically execute the Keyboard Test. Refer to
Chapter 3, Tests and Diagnostics for more information on how to run the program.
If an error is located, go to Procedure 3.
functioning properly.
Procedure 3
If an error does not occur, the keyboard is
Connector and replacement check
The keyboard and/or system board may be disconnected or damaged.
Procedures and perform the following checks.
Check 1
Replacement
Make sure the keyboard cable is firmly connected to the system board.
If the connection is loose, reconnect firmly and repeat Procedure 2. If there is still an error,
go to Check 2.
Check 2
The keyboard may be damaged.
If the problem still exists, perform Check 3.
Check 3
Chapter 6-14
The system board may be damaged. R
External USB Devices Troubleshooting
START
P e r fo r m e x te r n a l d e v ic e a n d
c o n n e c tio n c h e c k
(P ro c e d u re 1 )
C he c k U S B p o rt
c o n n e c tio n
Y es
D o e s th e d e v ic e fu n c tio n
w h e n c o n n e c te d to a
d iffe r e n t U S B p o r t?
No
D o e s a n a lte r n a tiv e U S B
d e v ic e fu n c tio n c o r r e c tly ?
Y es
O r ig in a l U S B
d e v ic e is fa u lty
No
R e p la c e s y s te m b o a r d
(P ro c e d u re 2 )
END
Figure 6-6 External USB device troubleshooting process
Chapter 6-15
To determine if the computer’s external USB devices are functioning properly, perform the
following procedures. Figure 6-6 outlines the process. Start with Procedure 1 and continue as
instructed.
Procedure 1:
External device and connection check
Procedure 2:
Replace system board
Procedure 1
External device and connection check
The USB device may be damaged or the connection may be faulty. Perform Check 1.
Check 1
Make sure USB device cable is firmly plugged into one of the USB sockets. If the
cable is connected correctly, go to Check 2.
Check 2
Plug the USB device into another USB socket (there are three in all). If the USB
device still does not work, go to Check 4.
If the device functions correctly when connected to another USB port, go to Check
3
Check 3
Make sure that the USB socket is firmly secured to the system board of the
computer. If the malfunction remains, the system board may be damaged. Go to
Procedure 2.
Check 4
Connect an alternative USB device to one of the computer’s USB ports, and then
boot the computer. The computer automatically detects the external device.
If the alternative USB device works correctly, the original device may be damaged and
should be replaced.
If the alternative USB device appears to have the same problem as the original device, the
system board may be damaged. Go to Procedure 2.
Procedure 2
Replace system board
If the error persists, the system board may be damaged.
Chapter 6-16
TV-Out Failure Troubleshooting
START
P e r fo r m T V c o n n e c tio n c h e c k
(P ro c e d u re 1 )
D o e s r e p la c e m e n t T V c a b le
fu n c tio n p r o p e r ly ?
No
R e p la c e T V c a b le
No
U s e d iffe r e n t T V
set
No
P e r fo r m T V s e t c h e c k
(P ro c e d u re 2 )
T V fu n c tio n in g o k ?
Y es
R e p la c e s y s te m b o a r d
END
Figure 6-7 TV-out troubleshooting process
Chapter 6-17
To determine if the computer’s TV-out port is functioning properly, perform the following
procedures. Figure 6-7 outlines the process. Start with Procedure 1 and continue as
instructed.
Procedure 1:
TV connection check
Procedure 2:
TV set check
Procedure 1
TV connection check
The TV cable may be damaged or the connections may be loose. Perform Check 1:
Check 1
Make sure TV cable is firmly plugged into both the TV set and the TV-out port of
the computer. If the cable is connected correctly, go to Check 2.
Check 2
Make sure the TV-out port is firmly secured to the system board of the computer. If
the malfunction remains, go to Check 3.
Check 3
The TV cable may be damaged. Replace with a good cable. If the malfunction
remains, go to Procedure 2
Procedure 2
TV set check
The TV set may be faulty. Perform Check 1:
Check 1
Try using the set for television reception. If it does not work, the set may be
damaged. If the set does work, perform Check 2.
Check 2
Try connecting a different television to the computer. If the replacement television
works, the original set may be damaged. If the replacement set does not work the
system board may be damaged.
Chapter 6-18
Printer Port Troubleshooting
START
P e r fo r m e x te r n a l k e y b o a r d c h e c k
(P ro c ed u re 1 )
D o e s th e e x te r n a l
k e y b o a r d fu n c tio n o k ?
Y es
P e r fo r m d ia g n o s tic c h e c k
(P ro c ed u re 2 )
No
W a s a k eyb o a rd
p r o b le m d e te c te d ?
No
K e y b o a r d is n o t
fa u lty . C o n tin u e
tr o u b le s h o o tin g r e fe r to F ig u r e 2 .1
Y es
P e r fo r m c o n n e c to r a n d
r e p la c e m e n t c h e c k
(P ro c ed u re 3 )
R e p la c e s y s te m b o a r d
END
Figure 6-8 Printer port troubleshooting process
Chapter 6-19
To determine if the computer’s printer (parallel) port is functioning properly, perform the
following procedures. Figure 6-8 outlines the process. Start with Procedure 1 and continue
as instructed.
Procedure 1:
Diagnostic test
Procedure 2:
Printer and connection test
Procedure 3:
Replace system board
Procedure 1
Diagnostic test
Attach the printer port loopback connector firmly to the printer port and run the Diagnostic
Program. If the printer port test passes, there may be a problem with the printer. Go to
Procedure 2. If the printer port test fails, go to Procedure 3.
Procedure 2
Printer and connection test
The printer may be faulty or not connected properly. Perform Check 1.
Check 1
Make sure printer cable is firmly plugged into both the printer and the printer port
of the computer. If the cable is connected correctly, go to Check 2.
Check 2
Make sure the printer port is firmly secured to the system board of the computer. If
the malfunction remains, go to Check 3.
Check 3
The printer cable may be damaged. Replace with a good cable. If the malfunction
remains, go to Check 4.
Check 4
The printer may be faulty. Replace it with a good printer or connect it to a different
computer.
If the replacement printer works or the original printer does not work on a different computer,
the printer should be replaced.
If the replacement printer does not work either, or the original printer functions normally on a
different computer, go to Procedure 3.
Procedure 3
Replace system board
The system board may be damaged.
Chapter 6-20
Touch Pad Troubleshooting
START
Touch Pad connection
check (Procedure 1)
Touch Pad replacement
check (Procedure 2)
Replace system board
END
Figure 6-9 Touch Pad troubleshooting process
Chapter 6-21
To determine if the computer’s built-in Touch Pad is functioning properly, perform the
following procedures. Figure 6-9 outlines the process. Start with Procedure 1 and continue
as instructed.
Procedure 1:
Touch Pad connection check
Procedure 2:
Touch Pad replacement check
Procedure 1
Touch Pad connection check
The Touch Pad is connected by the Touch Pad FPC to the system board. Make sure the
Touch Pad FPC cable is firmly connected to the Touch Pad and system board. Replacement
Procedures, for instructions on how to disassemble the computer and then perform the
following checks.
If any of the connections are loose, reconnect firmly. If any of the connections is damaged,
or there is still an error, go to Procedure 2.
Procedure 2
Touch Pad replacement check
The Touch Pad unit or FPC may be defective or damaged.
Chapter 6-22
Speaker Troubleshooting
START
Perform audio source test
(Procedure 1)
Do all sources have
same problem?
No
Speakers are not
faulty. Continue
troubleshooting see Figure 2-1
Yes
Perform earphone test
(Procedure 2)
Do earphones
function correctly?
Yes
No
Perform connection check
(Procedure 3)
Perform replacement
check
(Procedure 4)
Replace system board
END
Figure 6-10 Speaker troubleshooting process
To determine if the computer’s built-in speakers are functioning properly, perform the
following procedures. Figure 6-10 outlines the process. First adjust the speaker volume to an
appropriate level. Start with Procedure 1 and continue as instructed.
Procedure 1:
Audio source test
Procedure 2:
Earphone test
Procedure 3:
Connection check
Procedure 4:
Replacement check
Procedure 1
Audio source test
Try different audio sources (e.g. an audio CD and digital music file) to determine whether the
fault is in the speaker system or not. If not all sources have sound problems, the problem is in
the source devices. If all have the same problem, continue with Procedure 2.
Procedure 2
Earphone test
Connect a set if earphones or external speakers. If these function correctly, go to Procedure
3. If they do not function correctly, the system board may be defective or damaged. Replace
it with a new one.
Procedure 3
Connection check
Disassemble the computer following the steps described Replacement Procedures and
make sure the speaker cable is firmly connected to the system board. If the stereo speakers
are still not functioning properly, go to Procedure 4.
Procedure 4
Replacement Check
If the stereo speakers don't sound properly, the stereo speakers may be defective or
damaged. Replace them with new ones. If the stereo speakers still do not work properly.
DVD-ROM and CD-RW/DVD-ROM Troubleshooting
START
Perform audio CD check
(Procedure 1)
Audio CD functions ok?
No
Perform drivecleaning check
(Procedure 2)
Yes
Perform software check
(Procedure 3)
Perform diagnostic test
(Procedure 4)
Perform connection and
replacement check
(Procedure 5)
Replace system board
END
Figure 6-11 CD-ROM/DVD drive troubleshooting process
This section describes how to determine if the computer’s internal DVD-ROM drive or
CD-RW/DVD-ROM drive is functioning properly. Figure 6-11 outlines the process. Perform
the steps below starting with Procedure 1 and continue with the other procedures as
required.
Procedure 1:
Audio CD test
Procedure 2:
Drive cleaning check
Procedure 3:
Software check
Procedure 4:
Diagnostic test
Procedure 5:
Connection and replacement check
Procedure 1
Audio CD check
First, insert an audio CD into the CD/DVD drive. If it works, the problem is not with the drive.
Go to Procedure 3. If the audio CD does not work, go to Procedure 2. If the CD/DVD LED on
the front panel does not light when the disc is played and the drive gives no response, go
straight to Procedure 3.
Procedure 2
Drive cleaning check
Insert a CD/DVD drive-cleaning disk into the drive clean according to the drive-cleaning
product instructions. If the problem persists, go to Procedure 3.
Procedure 3
Software check
Ensure that the appropriate driver has been installed on the computer for the CD/DVD drive.
Procedure 4
Diagnostic test
The CD-ROM/DVD-ROM test program stored in the Diagnostics Disk will test the drive’s
ability to play an audio CD, as well as the functions of the CD control buttons.
If any errors occur while executing the diagnostic program, go to Procedure 5.
Procedure 5
Connection check and replacement check
The DVD-ROM drive or the CD-RW/DVD-ROM drive connects to the system board. The
drive may be disconnected, or the drive or system board may be damaged. Replacement
Procedures and perform the following checks:
Check 1 Make sure the drive is firmly connected to the system board. If the connection is
good and there is still an error, go to Check 2.
Check 2 The drive or drive cable may be defective or damaged. Replacement
Procedures. If the drive is still not functioning properly, perform Check 3.
Check 3 The system board may be damaged.
Modem Troubleshooting
START
Perform telephone line
connection check
(Procedure 1)
Computer unable to
detect telephone signal?
Yes
Check / replace
telephone line and
connections
No
Perform connection check
(Procedure 2)
Perform replacement
check
(Procedure 3)
Replace system board
END
Figure 6-12 Modem troubleshooting process
This section describes how to determine if the computer's modem is functioning properly.
Figure 6-12 outlines the process. Perform the steps below starting with Procedure 1 and
continuing with the other procedures as required.
Procedure 1:
Telephone line connection check
Procedure 2:
Modem card connection check
Procedure 3:
Modem card replacement check
Procedure 1
Telephone line connection check
The telephone cable may be damaged or the connections may be loose. Attempt to connect
the computer to a network through using the modem. If the modem does not function at all,
go to Procedure 3. If the attempt fails because the computer detects no telephone signal, the
fault may be in the telephone cable, the wall socket or the modem port. Perform Check 1:
Check 1
Make sure telephone cable is firmly plugged into both the telephone wall socket
and the modem port of the computer. If the cable is connected correctly, go to
Check 2.
Check 2
Make sure the modem port is firmly secured to the system board of the computer.
If the malfunction remains, go to Check 3.
Check 3
The telephone cable may be damaged. Replace with a good cable. If the
malfunction remains, go to Procedure 2
Procedure 2
Modem card connection check
Disassemble the computer following the steps described Replacement Procedures and
ensure that the modem card is well connected to the system board. If the problem persists,
perform Procedure 3.
Procedure 3
Modem replacement check
The modem card or RJ-11 jack may be faulty. Try replacing them. If the problem persists, the
system board may be defective or damaged. Replace the System Board with a new one
following the steps Replacement Procedures.
PCMCIA Troubleshooting
START
Perform SYCARD test
(Procedure 1)
Do errors occur during
SYCARD test?
No
PCMCIA unit is
not faulty.
Yes
Perform PCMCIA socket
replacement check
(Procedure 2)
Replace system board
END
Figure 6-13 PCMCIA troubleshooting process
Chapter 6-29
This section describes how to determine if the PCMCIA card player is functioning properly.
The process is summarized in Figure 6-13. Perform the steps below starting with Procedure
1 and continuing with the other procedures as required.
Procedure 1:
Sycard test
Procedure 2:
PCMCIA socket replacement check
Procedure 1
SYCARD test
The SYCARD test card contains a PCMCIA test program. Ensure the card in fully inserted
into the socket before running the program.
If an error occurs during the SYCARD test, perform Procedure 2. If no error occurs, it is likely
the that original PC card was faulty.
Procedure 2
PCMCIA socket replacement check
The PCMCIA socket may be damaged or defective, for instance the socket pins can be bent.
Disassemble the computer following the steps described in Chapter 4, Replacement
Procedures and replace the socket. If the problem persists, the system board may be
defective or damaged.
Chapter 6-30
IEEE 1394 Troubleshooting
STA R T
Perform IE E E 1394 device check
(Procedure 1)
Is IE E E 1394 transm ission ok?
Y es
Perform diagnostic check
(Procedure 2)
No
W as an IE E E 1394 problem detected?
No
Y es
Perform connection and
replacem entcheck
(Procedure 3)
EN D
Figure 6-14 IEEE 1394 troubleshooting process
Chapter 6-31
IE E E 1394 portand
transm ission are
notfaulty.
To determine if the computer’s IEEE 1394 system is functioning properly, perform the following
procedures. Figure 2-14 outlines the process. Start with Procedure 1 and continue with the other
procedures as instructed.
Procedure 1:
IEEE 1394 device check
Procedure 2:
Diagnostic check
Procedure 3:
Connection and replacement check
Procedure 1
IEEE 1394 device check
Connect an IEEE 1394 device to the computer’s IEEE 1394 port, then boot the
computer for Windows XP. The computer should automatically detect the 1394 device.
Check whether the device can transmit data to the computer.
If the device is able to communicate with the computer, the problem may be
intermittent or connections may be faulty. Go to Procedure 2.
If communication is impaired, there may be a faulty connection. Go to Procedure 3.
Procedure 2
Diagnostic check
Run the Diagnostic Program, which will automatically execute the IEEE 1394 port test
to test transmission. Refer to Chapter 3, Tests and Diagnostics for more information
on how to run the program.
If an error is located, go to Procedure 3. If an error does not occur, the 1394 port is
functioning properly.
Procedure 3
Connection and replacement check
The transmission cable may be damaged or the connections may be loose. Perform
Check 1:
Check 1
Make sure the transmission cable is firmly plugged into both the IEEE 1394-compatible
device and the IEEE 1394 port of the computer. If the cable is connected correctly, go to
Check 2.
Check 2
Make sure the IEEE 1394 port is firmly secured to the system board of the computer. If
the malfunction persists, go to Check 3.
Check 3
The transmission cable may be damaged. Replace with a good cable. If the malfunction
persists, go to Check 4.
Check 4
The system board may be damaged. Replace it with a new one following the instructions
in Chapter 4.
Chapter 6-32
Wireless LAN Troubleshooting
START
Perform diagnostic test
(Procedure 1)
Was an wireless LAN problem delected?
Yes
Perform connector and
replacement check
(Procedure 2)
Replace wireless LAN
antenna/unit
END
Figure 6-15 Wireless LAN troubleshooting process
Chapter 6-33
No
Wireless LAN
system is
not faulty.
The wireless LAN antenna wire, wireless LAN unit or system board may each be the source of a
wireless LAN fault. Any of these components may be damaged. To determine if the computer’s
wireless LAN system is functioning properly, perform the following procedures. Figure 2-15 outlines the
process. Start with Procedure 1 and continue with the other procedures as instructed.
Procedure 1:
Diagnostic test
Procedure 2:
Connector and replacement check
Procedure 1
Diagnostic test
Run the Diagnostic Program, which will automatically execute the wireless LAN test.
Refer to Chapter 3, Tests and Diagnostics for more information on the program.
If an error is located, go to Procedure 2. If an error is not located, the wireless LAN
system is functioning properly.
Procedure 2
Connector and replacement check
The wireless LAN antenna, wireless LAN unit or system board may be disconnected
or damaged. Disassemble the computer following the steps described in Chapter 4,
Replacement Procedures, and perform the following checks.
Check 1
Make sure that the wireless LAN antenna is firmly connected to the wireless LAN unit
(refer to Chapter 4 for instructions) and that the wireless LAN unit is securely slotted into
the system board. If the problem persists, go to Check 2.
Check 2
Check that the wireless communication switch is turned to “On”, then make sure that the
wireless communication LED on the front panel is lit. If the LED is lit but the wireless LAN
function is still faulty, the antenna may be damaged. Replace with a new antenna
following the steps in Chapter 4, Replacement Procedures. If the problem persists, or if
the wireless LAN LED is not lit when the wireless communication switch is turned to “On”,
go to Check 3.
Check 3
The wireless LAN unit may be damaged. Replace it with a new one following the
instructions in Chapter 4. If the problem still exists, perform Check 4.
Check 4
The system board may be damaged. Replace it with a new one following the
instructions in Chapter
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A-2
Material List by Single-Item/Single-Level
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Date : 05-07-2002
Time : 11:02:16
Drawing No: ACY25
Plant: TW01
Revision: 1A
Report by UID: 8746109
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068 54B60130001 SYS UNIT ACY25-030 W/WLAN
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070 51085630001 LCD ASSY ACY25 14.1"-AU
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071 51085630002 LCD ASSY ACY25 14.1"-CPT
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072 51085530001 COMBO ASSY ACY25 TOS-8X(SD-R2102)
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073 51085530002 COMBO ASSY ACY25 KME-8X (UJDA720)
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074 51085530003 COMBO ASSY ACY25 HLDS-8X(GCC-4080)
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075 51085530004 COMBO ASSY ACY25 AVC (SD-R2102)
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076 51085530005 COMBO ASSY ACY25-16X SHP(SD-R2212)
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077 51085530006 COMBO ASSY ACY25-16X MIT(SD-R2212)
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078 51085530007 COMBO ASSY ACY25-16X TOS(SD-R2212)
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079 51085530008 COMBO ASSY ACY25-16X KME(UJDA730)
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080 51085030001 HDD ASSY ACY25 (W/O HDD)
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081 51085130001 FDD ASSY ACY25 PAN
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082 51085130002 FDD ASSY ACY25 MTM
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083 51085230001 CD-ROM ASSY ACY25 QSI-24X
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084 51085230002 CD-ROM ASSY ACY25 SAM-24X
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085 51085330001 DVD ASSY ACY25 TOS-SHARP 8X
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086 51085330002 DVD ASSY ACY25 HLDS-8X
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087 51085330003 DVD ASSY ACY25 LITE-8X
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088 51085330004 DVD ASSY ACY25 TOS-AVC 8X
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089 51085330005 DVD ASSY ACY25 TOS-2502 8X
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090 51085430001 CD-RW ASSY ACY25 KME-8X
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091 51085430002 CD-RW ASSY ACY25 TOS-16X
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092 64005130003 PACKING 030 N30N3-030 14.1(TEST)
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093 X6684630002 INTEL LABEL N30N3 FOR PIII CPU
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A-3
Material List by Single-Item/Single-Level
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Date : 05-07-2002
Time : 11:02:16
Drawing No: ACY25
Plant: TW01
Revision: 1A
Report by UID: 8746109
C NO PART NO
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FG 030 15" XGA TEST
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GA020120605
GA020260000
GA040060100
GA040100000
GA050070100
GA050100000
GA060040009
GA060090000
GA090020000
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GC86508PA30
GC86508SM20
PK100006400
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IC RH80532GC021512 B 1.5G UFCPGA
IC RH80532GC021512B0 1.5G FCPGA2
IC RH80532GC025512 B 1.6G UFCPGA
IC RH80532GC025512B0 1.6G FCPGA2
IC RH80532GC017512 B 1.4G UFCPGA
IC RH80532GC017512B0 1.4G FCPGA2
IC RH80532GC013512B0 1.3G FCPGA2
IC RH80532GC029512 B 1.7G UFCPGA
IC RH80532GC029512B0 1.7G FCPGA2
IC TST RH80532GC033512S 1.8PCPGA A31
IC RH80532GC033512B 1.8G UFCPGA
HDD 20G 2.75"W .37"H MK2018GAP
HDD 40G 2.75"W .37"H MK4018GAP
HDD 30G 2.75"W .37"H MK3018GAP
HDD 20G 2.75"W .37"H DK23DA-20F
HDD 30G 2.75"W .37"H DK23DA-30F
HDD 40G 2.75"W .37"H DK23DA-40F
HDD 20G .37"H IC25N020ATCS04-0
HDD 30G .37"H IC25N030ATCS04-0
HDD 40G .37"H IC25N040ATCS04-0
PWR CORD SP021AX1.8MXIS033 H03 BLK
PWR CORD LP21X1.8MXLS7 EC 2P L
PWR CORD LP60LX1.8MXLS7 UK 2P L
PWR CORD SP61*1.8M*IS037 H03 BLK UK
PWR CORD SP12NX1.8MXIS033 SPT-2 BLK
PWR CORD LP5X1.8MXLS7C US 2P L
PWR CORD SP501X1.8MXIS033 2LDF BLK
PWR CORD LP15AX1.8MXLS7 AUS 2P L
PWR CORD SP505X1.8MXIS033 RVV2C BLK
PWR CORD PC205X1.8XCOC03 CHI 2P L
BATT CGR18650A LI-ION 3.9AH 30N3
BATT ICR18650 LI-ION 3.9AH 30N3
AC ADAP ASTEC SA80-3105-2278 70W 2P
AC ADAP LITEON PA-1750-01CA 75W 2P A30
DDR MODU HYN HYMD116M645A6-H 128M/266
DDR MODU SAM M470L1624BT0-CB0 128M/266
DDR MODU NAN NT128D64S88A2GM-7K 128/266
DDR MODU APACER 77.10921.580 128M/266
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DDR MODU HYN HYMD232M6466-H 256M/266
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DDR MODU MIT MH64D64AKQH-75 512M/266
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A-4
Material List by Single-Item/Single-Level
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Date : 05-07-2002
Time : 11:02:16
Drawing No: ACY25
Plant: TW01
Revision: 1A
Report by UID: 8746109
C NO PART NO
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068 54B60130001 SYS UNIT ACY25-030 W/WLAN
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070 51085630011 LCD ASSY ACY25 15"-AU (XGA)
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072 51085630013 LCD ASSY ACY25 15"-HIT (XGA)
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073 51085530001 COMBO ASSY ACY25 TOS-8X(SD-R2102)
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074 51085530002 COMBO ASSY ACY25 KME-8X (UJDA720)
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075 51085530003 COMBO ASSY ACY25 HLDS-8X(GCC-4080)
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076 51085530004 COMBO ASSY ACY25 AVC (SD-R2102)
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077 51085530005 COMBO ASSY ACY25-16X SHP(SD-R2212)
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078 51085530006 COMBO ASSY ACY25-16X MIT(SD-R2212)
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079 51085530007 COMBO ASSY ACY25-16X TOS(SD-R2212)
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080 51085530008 COMBO ASSY ACY25-16X KME(UJDA730)
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081 51085030001 HDD ASSY ACY25 (W/O HDD)
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082 51085130001 FDD ASSY ACY25 PAN
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083 51085130002 FDD ASSY ACY25 MTM
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084 51085230001 CD-ROM ASSY ACY25 QSI-24X
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085 51085230002 CD-ROM ASSY ACY25 SAM-24X
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086 51085330001 DVD ASSY ACY25 TOS-SHARP 8X
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087 51085330002 DVD ASSY ACY25 HLDS-8X
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088 51085330003 DVD ASSY ACY25 LITE-8X
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089 51085330004 DVD ASSY ACY25 TOS-AVC 8X
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090 51085330005 DVD ASSY ACY25 TOS-2502 8X
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091 51085430001 CD-RW ASSY ACY25 KME-8X
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092 51085430002 CD-RW ASSY ACY25 TOS-16X
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093 64005130003 PACKING 030 N30N3-030 14.1(TEST)
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094 X6684630002 INTEL LABEL N30N3 FOR PIII CPU
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A-5
Material List by Single-Item/Single-Level
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Date : 05-07-2002
Time : 11:02:16
Drawing No: ACY25
Plant: TW01
Revision: 1A
Report by UID: 8746109
C NO PART NO
DESCRIPTION
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LOCATION
25G01
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------# ACY25G01
FG 030 15" SXGA TEST
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AB805320230
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AB805320410
AB805320430
AB805320800
AB805320810
DD100020000
DD100020100
DD100020300
DD100020500
DD100020600
DD100020700
DD100020900
DD100021000
DD100021100
GA020120605
GA020260000
GA040060100
GA040100000
GA050070100
GA050100000
GA060040009
GA060090000
GA090020000
GA090040000
GC86508PA30
GC86508SM20
PK100006400
PK100007000
PK051000340
PK051000820
PK051001500
PK051002000
PK051020320
PK051020820
PK051021100
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PK051030010
PK051030500
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PK13CY250CF
PK13CY250CH
PK13CY250CZ
PK13CY250DM
IC RH80532GC021512 B 1.5G UFCPGA
IC RH80532GC021512B0 1.5G FCPGA2
IC RH80532GC025512 B 1.6G UFCPGA
IC RH80532GC025512B0 1.6G FCPGA2
IC RH80532GC017512 B 1.4G UFCPGA
IC RH80532GC017512B0 1.4G FCPGA2
IC RH80532GC013512B0 1.3G FCPGA2
IC RH80532GC029512 B 1.7G UFCPGA
IC RH80532GC029512B0 1.7G FCPGA2
IC TST RH80532GC033512S 1.8PCPGA A31
IC RH80532GC033512B 1.8G UFCPGA
HDD 20G 2.75"W .37"H MK2018GAP
HDD 40G 2.75"W .37"H MK4018GAP
HDD 30G 2.75"W .37"H MK3018GAP
HDD 20G 2.75"W .37"H DK23DA-20F
HDD 30G 2.75"W .37"H DK23DA-30F
HDD 40G 2.75"W .37"H DK23DA-40F
HDD 20G .37"H IC25N020ATCS04-0
HDD 30G .37"H IC25N030ATCS04-0
HDD 40G .37"H IC25N040ATCS04-0
PWR CORD SP021AX1.8MXIS033 H03 BLK
PWR CORD LP21X1.8MXLS7 EC 2P L
PWR CORD LP60LX1.8MXLS7 UK 2P L
PWR CORD SP61*1.8M*IS037 H03 BLK UK
PWR CORD SP12NX1.8MXIS033 SPT-2 BLK
PWR CORD LP5X1.8MXLS7C US 2P L
PWR CORD SP501X1.8MXIS033 2LDF BLK
PWR CORD LP15AX1.8MXLS7 AUS 2P L
PWR CORD SP505X1.8MXIS033 RVV2C BLK
PWR CORD PC205X1.8XCOC03 CHI 2P L
BATT CGR18650A LI-ION 3.9AH 30N3
BATT ICR18650 LI-ION 3.9AH 30N3
AC ADAP ASTEC SA80-3105-2278 70W 2P
AC ADAP LITEON PA-1750-01CA 75W 2P A30
DDR MODU HYN HYMD116M645A6-H 128M/266
DDR MODU SAM M470L1624BT0-CB0 128M/266
DDR MODU NAN NT128D64S88A2GM-7K 128/266
DDR MODU APACER 77.10921.580 128M/266
DDR MODU SAM M470L3224BT0-CB0 256/266
DDR MODU HYN HYMD232M6466-H 256M/266
DDR MODU NAN NT256D64S88A2GM-7K 256/266
DDR MODU MIT MH32D64KQH-75 256M/266
DDR MODU APACER 77.11021.580 256M/266
DDR MODU SAM M470L6423CK0-CB0 512/266
DDR MODU MIT MH64D64AKQH-75 512M/266
K/B PACK CHICONY ACY25 AR-E REV00 A30
K/B PACK CHICONY ACY25 BE REV00 A30
K/B PACK CHICONY ACY25 CF REV00 A30
K/B PACK CHICONY ACY25 CH REV00 A30
K/B PACK CHICONY ACY25 CZ REV00 A30
K/B PACK CHICONY ACY25 DM REV00 A30
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A-6
Material List by Single-Item/Single-Level
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Date : 05-07-2002
Time : 11:02:16
Drawing No: ACY25
Plant: TW01
Revision: 1A
Report by UID: 8746109
C NO PART NO
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LOCATION
25G01
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061 PK13CY250SD K/B PACK CHICONY ACY25 SD REV00 A30
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063 PK13CY250SW K/B PACK CHICONY ACY25 SW REV00 A30
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066 PK13CY250UK K/B PACK CHICONY ACY25 UK REV00 A30
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067 PK13CY250US K/B PACK CHICONY ACY25 US REV00 A30
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068 54B60130001 SYS UNIT ACY25-030 W/WLAN
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069 54B60130002 SYS UNIT ACY25-030 W/O WLAN
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070 51085630021 LCD ASSY ACY25 15"-CPT (SXGA)
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071 51085630022 LCD ASSY ACY25 15"-LG (SXGA)
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072 51085630023 LCD ASSY ACY25 15"-IBM (SXGA)
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073 51085530001 COMBO ASSY ACY25 TOS-8X(SD-R2102)
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074 51085530002 COMBO ASSY ACY25 KME-8X (UJDA720)
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075 51085530003 COMBO ASSY ACY25 HLDS-8X(GCC-4080)
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076 51085530004 COMBO ASSY ACY25 AVC (SD-R2102)
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077 51085530005 COMBO ASSY ACY25-16X SHP(SD-R2212)
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078 51085530006 COMBO ASSY ACY25-16X MIT(SD-R2212)
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079 51085530007 COMBO ASSY ACY25-16X TOS(SD-R2212)
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080 51085530008 COMBO ASSY ACY25-16X KME(UJDA730)
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081 51085030001 HDD ASSY ACY25 (W/O HDD)
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082 51085130001 FDD ASSY ACY25 PAN
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083 51085130002 FDD ASSY ACY25 MTM
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084 51085230001 CD-ROM ASSY ACY25 QSI-24X
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085 51085230002 CD-ROM ASSY ACY25 SAM-24X
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086 51085330001 DVD ASSY ACY25 TOS-SHARP 8X
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087 51085330002 DVD ASSY ACY25 HLDS-8X
1
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088 51085330003 DVD ASSY ACY25 LITE-8X
1
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089 51085330004 DVD ASSY ACY25 TOS-AVC 8X
1
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090 51085330005 DVD ASSY ACY25 TOS-2502 8X
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091 51085430001 CD-RW ASSY ACY25 KME-8X
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092 51085430002 CD-RW ASSY ACY25 TOS-16X
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093 64005130003 PACKING 030 N30N3-030 14.1(TEST)
1
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094 X6684630002 INTEL LABEL N30N3 FOR PIII CPU
1
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END OF REPORT
A-7
Material List by Single-Item/Single-Level
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Date : 05-02-2002
Time : 15:12:42
Drawing No: 510850
Plant: TW01
Revision: 1A
Report by UID: 8746109
C NO PART NO
DESCRIPTION
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LOCATION
30001
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MAAA4303000
EECY2538100
APCY257T100
DC040011210
SCREW M3.0X0.8+3K-NL
ACY25 HDD BRK COVER
ACY25_HDD_DOOR_ASSY
SOCKET CONN. AFH-22SD2 44P OCTEKCONN
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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Date : 05-07-2002
Time : 08:43:09
Drawing No: 510851
Plant: TW01
Revision: 1B
Report by UID: 8746109
C NO PART NO
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LOCATION
30001 30002
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------# 51085130001 FDD ASSY ACY25 PAN
REF
# 51085130002 FDD ASSY ACY25 MTM
REF
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* 009
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MAAA0203000
MAC925003Z0
FACY2532100
FACY2534100
ECCY2533100
ECCY2535100
MAAA0203000
DA3CY25L010
DA3CY25L110
DD000005140
DD000005220
SCREW M2.0X0.4+3K-ZK
SCREW M2.5_9_5.5*0.8_03_R00
ACY25 FDD PANEL MIM
ACY25 FDD PANEL PASC
ACY25 FDD BRK MIM
ACY25 FDD BRK PASC
SCREW M2.0X0.4+3K-ZK
FPC ACY25 LF-1344 REV1 PANNAS.FDD
FPC ACY25 LF-1345 REV1 MITSUMI FDD
FDD 1.44M 4"W .5"H JU-226A273FC
FDD 1.44M 4"W .5"H D353G-2938
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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Date : 05-02-2002
Time : 15:14:31
Drawing No: 510852
Plant: TW01
Revision: 1A
Report by UID: 8746109
C NO PART NO
DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY REQUIRED
LOCATION
30001 30002
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------# 51085230001 CD-ROM ASSY ACY25 QSI-24X
REF
# 51085230002 CD-ROM ASSY ACY25 SAM-24X
REF
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005
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MAAA0015320
MABK17025B0
ECCY2543100
APCY2539100
APCY253B100
DD200003740
DD200005000
SCREW M2.0X0.4P+3FP-ZK(NL)
SCREW TPB2XM1.7+2.5K -BNI
ACY25_CDR_BRK
ACY25 CDR PANEL ASSY QSI
ACY25 CDR PANEL ASSY SAM
CDROM DRV 650M 5.25"W .5"H SN-124P
CDROM DRV 650M 5.25"W .5"H SCR-242
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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Date : 05-02-2002
Time : 15:14:45
Drawing No: 510853
Plant: TW01
Revision: 1A
Report by UID: 8746109
C NO PART NO
DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY REQUIRED
LOCATION
30001 30002 30003 30004 30005
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------# 51085330001 DVD ASSY ACY25 TOS-SHARP 8X
REF
# 51085330002 DVD ASSY ACY25 HLDS-8X
REF
# 51085330003 DVD ASSY ACY25 LITE-8X
REF
# 51085330004 DVD ASSY ACY25 TOS-AVC 8X
REF
# 51085330005 DVD ASSY ACY25 TOS-2502 8X
REF
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006
007
008
009
010
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MAAA0015320
MABK17025B0
ECCY2543100
APCY253F100
APCY253H100
APCY257U100
DD300001220
DD300001800
DD300002300
DD300002310
DD300002400
SCREW M2.0X0.4P+3FP-ZK(NL)
SCREW TPB2XM1.7+2.5K -BNI
ACY25_CDR_BRK
ACY25 DVD PANEL ASSY HLDS
ACY25 DVD PANEL ASSY LITE
ACY25-DVD-PANEL-ASSY-TSH
DVD DRV 4.7G 5.25"W .5"H SD-C2502 VCD
DVD DRV 4.7G 5.25"W GDR-8081N CLBO
DVD DRV 4.7G 5.25"W .5"H SD-C2612 SHARP
DVD DRV 4.7G 5.25"W .5"H SD-C2612 AVC
DVD DRV 4.7G 5.25"W .5"H LSD-081
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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Date : 05-02-2002
Time : 15:15:02
Drawing No: 510854
Plant: TW01
Revision: 1A
Report by UID: 8746109
C NO PART NO
DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY REQUIRED
LOCATION
30001 30002
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------# 51085430001 CD-RW ASSY ACY25 KME-8X
REF
# 51085430002 CD-RW ASSY ACY25 TOS-16X
REF
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001
002
003
004
* 005
006
007
MAAA0015320
MAAAA173500
ECCY2543100
APCY253K100
APCY257W100
DD400000520
DD400000900
SCREW M2.0X0.4P+3FP-ZK(NL)
SCREW TPB-1.7 3.5P-ZK
ACY25_CDR_BRK
ACY25 CDRW PANEL ASSY KME
ACY25_CDRW_PANEL_ASSY_TSH
CD-RW DRV 650M 5.25"W .5"H UJDA340CP
CD-RW DRV 650M 5.25"W .5"H SR-C8102
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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Date : 05-02-2002
Time : 15:15:16
Drawing No: 510855
Plant: TW01
Revision: 1A
Report by UID: 8746109
C NO PART NO
DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY REQUIRED
LOCATION
30001 30002 30003 30004 30005
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------# 51085530001 COMBO ASSY ACY25 TOS-8X(SD-R2102)
REF
# 51085530002 COMBO ASSY ACY25 KME-8X (UJDA720)
REF
# 51085530003 COMBO ASSY ACY25 HLDS-8X(GCC-4080)
REF
# 51085530004 COMBO ASSY ACY25 AVC (SD-R2102)
REF
# 51085530005 COMBO ASSY ACY25-16X SHP(SD-R2212)
REF
001
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003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
MAAA0015320
MAAAA173500
ECCY2543100
APCY253D100
APCY253N100
APCY253Q100
DD5000002C0
DD5000002D0
DD500000320
DD500000500
DD500000900
SCREW M2.0X0.4P+3FP-ZK(NL)
SCREW TPB-1.7 3.5P-ZK
ACY25_CDR_BRK
ACY25 DRDRW PANEL ASSY TSH
ACY25 DVDRW PANEL ASSY KME
ACY25 DVDRW PANEL ASSY HLDS
COMBO DRV 650/4.7 35"H SD-R2102 1016
COMBO DRV 650/4.7 35"H SD-R2102 AVC 1016
COMBO DRV 650/4.7 .5"H UJDA720CP
COMBO DRV 650/4.7 .5"H GCC-4080N
COMBO DRV 650/4.7 .5"H SD-R2212 SHARP
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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Date : 05-02-2002
Time : 15:15:16
Drawing No: 510855
Plant: TW01
Revision: 1A
Report by UID: 8746109
C NO PART NO
DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY REQUIRED
LOCATION
30006 30007 30008
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------# 51085530006 COMBO ASSY ACY25-16X MIT(SD-R2212)
REF
# 51085530007 COMBO ASSY ACY25-16X TOS(SD-R2212)
REF
# 51085530008 COMBO ASSY ACY25-16X KME(UJDA730)
REF
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002
003
004
005
006
007
008
MAAA0015320
MAAAA173500
ECCY2543100
APCY253D100
APCY253N100
DD500001000
DD500001100
DD500001200
SCREW M2.0X0.4P+3FP-ZK(NL)
SCREW TPB-1.7 3.5P-ZK
ACY25_CDR_BRK
ACY25 DRDRW PANEL ASSY TSH
ACY25 DVDRW PANEL ASSY KME
COMBO DRV 650/4.7 .5"H SD-R2212 MIT
COMBO DRV 650/4.7 .5"H SD-R2212 TOS
COMBO DRV 650/4.7 .5"H UJDA730 KME
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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Date : 05-09-2002
Time : 15:58:28
Drawing No: 510856
Plant: TW01
Revision: 1B
Report by UID: 8746109
C NO PART NO
DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY REQUIRED
LOCATION
30001 30002 30011 30012 30013
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------# 51085630001 LCD ASSY ACY25 14.1"-AU
REF
# 51085630002 LCD ASSY ACY25 14.1"-CPT
REF
# 51085630011 LCD ASSY ACY25 15"-AU (XGA)
REF
# 51085630012 LCD ASSY ACY25 15"-LG (XGA)
REF
# 51085630013 LCD ASSY ACY25 15"-HIT (XGA)
REF
*
*
*
*
*
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010
011
AC600014000
AC600019400
AC600019500
AC600019600
AC600024700
DC025032900
DC025033000
DC025033100
DC025033200
DC025033300
PK070012600
LCD MODU TX38D85VC1CAB 15.0" (HITACHI)
LCD MODU CLAA141XF01 14.1" (CPT)
LCD MODU LP150X04 15.0" (LG)
LCD MODU B150XN01 15.0" (AU)
LCD MODU B141XN04 V2 14.1" (AU)
H-CON SET ACY25 SW-LCD LG 15" XGA
H-CON SET ACY25 SW-LCD AU 15" XGA
H-CON SET ACY25 SW-LCD HIT 15" XGA
H-CON SET ACY25 SW-LCD AU 14.1" XGA
H-CON SET ACY25 SW-LCD CPT 14.1" XGA
INVERTER COMMON T51I056.00 AMBIT
012
PK070012700 INVERTER COMMON TWS-442-117 SUMIDA
1
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020
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APCY251F100
APCY251R100
AMCY251M100
APCY251C100
AMCY2571100
AMCY257D100
AMCY257F100
AMCY2597100
AMCY251H100
ECCY2577100
ECCY2579100
ECCY2596100
ELCY258E100
FHCY258F100
MAAA2003201
MAC925003Z0
MAC925004Z0
MACK20251N0
MACK25070N0
MAC925004Z0
MACK20251N0
MACK25070N0
ELCY255R100
1
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1
1
2
2
1
4
4
2
1
ACY25 141 LCD BEZEL ASSY
ACY25 150 LCD BEZEL ASSY
ACY25 150 LCD COVER ASSY
ACY25 141 LCD COVER SUB ASSY
ACY25 141 LCD HINGE BRK R ASSY
ACY25 150 LCD BRK AU R ASSY
ACY25_150_LCD_BRK_NIT_R_ASSY
ACY25_150_LCD_BRK_LG_R_ASSY
ACY25 141 HINGE BRK L ASSY
ACY25 150 LCD BRK AU L
ACY25 150 LCD BRK HIT L
ACY25_150_LCD_BRK_LG_L
ACY25 LCD SCREW PAD
ACY25 14 LCD SCREW BUMPER
SCREW M2X0.4+3FR-NI
SCREW M2.5_9_5.5*0.8_03_R00
SCREW M2.5_9_5.5*0.8_05_R00
M2.0 K 4.2*0.8 2.5 R00
SCREW M2.5_K_5.5*0.8_07_R00
SCREW M2.5_9_5.5*0.8_05_R00
M2.0 K 4.2*0.8 2.5 R00
SCREW M2.5_K_5.5*0.8_07_R00
ACY25_LCD_PANEL_MYLAR
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-02 1
-1
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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Date : 05-09-2002
Time : 15:58:28
Drawing No: 510856
Plant: TW01
Revision: 1B
Report by UID: 8746109
C NO PART NO
DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY REQUIRED
LOCATION
30021 30022 30023
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------# 51085630021 LCD ASSY ACY25 15"-CPT (SXGA)
REF
# 51085630022 LCD ASSY ACY25 15"-LG (SXGA)
REF
# 51085630023 LCD ASSY ACY25 15"-IBM (SXGA)
REF
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002
003
004
005
AC600009350
AC600018600
AC600020440
DC025032800
PK070012600
006
PK070012700 INVERTER COMMON TWS-442-117 SUMIDA
1
APCY251R100
AMCY251M100
AMCY257E100
ECCY257B100
ELCY258E100
MAAA2003201
MAC925003Z0
MAC925004Z0
MACK20251N0
MACK25070N0
ELCY255R100
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008
009
010
011
012
013
014
015
* 016
* 017
LCD MODU ITSX95C SPWG 15.0" IBM CHINA
LCD MODU LP150E01-A2M2 15.0" (LG)
LCD MODU CLAA150PA01(V2) 15" NEW T-CON
H-CON SET ACY25 SW-LCD LG 15" SXGA+
INVERTER COMMON T51I056.00 AMBIT
ACY25 150 LCD BEZEL ASSY
ACY25 150 LCD COVER ASSY
ACY25 150 LCD BRK CPT R ASSY
ACY25 150 LCD BRK CPT L
ACY25 LCD SCREW PAD
SCREW M2X0.4+3FR-NI
SCREW M2.5_9_5.5*0.8_03_R00
SCREW M2.5_9_5.5*0.8_05_R00
M2.0 K 4.2*0.8 2.5 R00
SCREW M2.5_K_5.5*0.8_07_R00
ACY25_LCD_PANEL_MYLAR
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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Date : 05-02-2002
Time : 15:16:09
Drawing No: 510857
Plant: TW01
Revision: 1A
Report by UID: 8746109
C NO PART NO
DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY REQUIRED
LOCATION
30001 30002
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------# 51085730001 LOGIC UPPER ASSY ACY25 W/WLAN
REF
# 51085730002 LOGIC UPPER ASSY ACY25 W/O WLAN
REF
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DC330002700
DC330002710
NBX08000300
NBX08000400
NBX30000700
PK230003300
PK230003400
DC025033500
AMCY2517100
AMCY2522100
AMCY2524100
AMCY2526100
AMCY253X100
APCY2515100
PK090004300
MAC00001206
MAC925003Z0
MAC925003Z0
43556930001
43557030001
ANTENNA 2.45G 190MM LEFT CN0AACY2501
ANTENNA 2.45G 415MM RIGHT CN0AACY2502
FFC 8P F P1.0 PAD=0.7 40MM
FFC 8P F P1.0 PAD=0.7 166MM
FFC 30P F P1.0 PAD=0.7 142MM
SPK PACK ACY25 1W 8OHM L
SPK PACK ACY25 1W 8OHM R
H-CON SET ACY25 MODEN-MINI PCI-30 2P
ACY25 UP ESD PLATE SUB ASSY
ACY25 HINGE SADDLE R ASSY
ACY25 HINGE SADDLE L ASSY
ACY25 TRACK PAD BRACKET ASSY
ACY25 AUDIO ESD PLATE ASSY
ACY25 LOG UP SUB ASSY
TRACK PAD ALPS KGDDET008A
SCREW M2.5X0.45+4FP-NI (NL)
SCREW M2.5_9_5.5*0.8_03_R00
SCREW M2.5_9_5.5*0.8_03_R00
SMT ASSY AU/TP BD LS-1341 ACY25
SMT ASSY PHONE BD LS-1342 ACY25
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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Date : 05-02-2002
Time : 16:39:07
Drawing No: 54B601
Plant: TW01
Revision: 1A
Report by UID: 8746109
C NO PART NO
DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY REQUIRED
LOCATION
30001 30002
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------# 54B60130001 SYS UNIT ACY25-030 W/WLAN
REF
# 54B60130002 SYS UNIT ACY25-030 W/O WLAN
REF
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007
PK010005700
PK293000200
46121030001
45557130001
51085730001
51085730002
X6621330001
F/D MODEM ACT10 1456VQL9Q(INT)
W/M CARD ACT10 WLL030M ASKEY
CPCBA,M/B LA-1341 ACY25
PCBA SW BD LS-1343 ACY25
LOGIC UPPER ASSY ACY25 W/WLAN
LOGIC UPPER ASSY ACY25 W/O WLAN
MEC PARTS ACY25
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1
1
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1
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Table of contents:
1. System Description ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 1-1
Scope ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1-2
Electric Specifications -------------------------------------------------------------------- 1-4
2. Software Specification for System BIOS ------------------------------------------- 2-1
System Component Summary ---------------------------------------------------------- 2-1
Setup screens -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-14
3. Hardware -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-1
Major Sub-assembly Specification ---------------------------------------------------- 3-1
4. Power Supply -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-1
DC-DC Converter ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-3
DC-DC Output -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-4
ACY23 14.1,15” Inverter Specification ----------------------------------------------- 4-7
5. Disassembly ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-1
General ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-1
Remove Battery Module ------------------------------------------------------------------ 5-7
Remove PC Card Module ----------------------------------------------------------------- 5-8
Remove Display Assembly -------------------------------------------------------------- 5-9
Remove Keyboard / button board ----------------------------------------------------- 5-17
Remove Wireless LAN / Modem Unit ------------------------------------------------- 5-19
Remove Expansion Memory ------------------------------------------------------------ 5-22
Remove CD-RW/DVD-ROM or CD-ROM/Combo Drive--------------------------- 5-25
Remove FDD Drive ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-27
Remove HDD Drive ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 5-29
Remove FAN ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-30
Table contents
1
Remove CPU --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-31
Remove Top Cover ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-33
Remove Touch Pad ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-35
Remove Speakers --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-37
Remove Microphone jack ---------------------------------------------------------------- 5-38
Remove System board -------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-39
6. Testing and Troubleshooting ----------------------------------------------------------- 6-1
A. Spare Parts ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A-1
2
Chapter 1
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