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Toshiba Personal Computer
Satellite M300 / Satellite Pro M300
Maintenance Manual
TOSHIBA CORPORATION
File Number 960-Q08
Copyright
© 2003 by Toshiba Corporation. All rights reserved. Under the copyright laws, this manual
cannot be reproduced in any form without the prior written permission of Toshiba. No patent
liability is assumed with respect to the use of the information contained herein.
Toshiba Personal Computer Satellite M300 / Satellite Pro M300 Maintenance Manual
First edition Feb 2008
Disclaimer
The information presented in this manual has been reviewed and validated for accuracy. The
included set of instructions and descriptions are accurate for the Satellite M300 and Satellite Pro
M300 series at the time of this manual's production. However, succeeding computers and
manuals are subject to change without notice. Therefore, Toshiba assumes no liability for
damages incurred directly or indirectly from errors, omissions, or discrepancies between any
succeeding product and this manual.
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Inc.
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Other trademarks and registered trademarks not listed above may be used in this manual.
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Preface
This maintenance manual describes how to perform hardware service maintenance for the
Toshiba Personal Computer Satellite M300 and Satellite Pro M300 Series.
The procedures described in this manual are intended to help service technicians isolate
faulty Field Replaceable Units (FRUs) and replace them in the field.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Four types of messages are used in this manual to bring important information to your
attention. Each of these messages will be italicized and identified as shown below.
DANGER: “Danger” indicates the existence of a hazard that could result in death or
serious bodily injury, if the safety instruction is not observed.
WARNING: “Warning” indicates the existence of a hazard that could result in bodily
injury, if the safety instruction is not observed.
CAUTION: “Caution” indicates the existence of a hazard that could result in property
damage, if the safety instruction is not observed.
NOTE: “Note” contains general information that relates to your safe maintenance
service.
Improper repair of the computer may result in safety hazards. Toshiba requires service
technicians and authorized dealers or service providers to ensure the following safety
precautions are adhered to strictly.
‰ Be sure to fasten screws securely with the right screwdriver. If a screw is not fully
fastened, it could come loose, creating a danger of a short circuit, which could cause
overheating, smoke or fire.
‰ If you replace the battery pack or RTC battery, be sure to use only the same model
battery or an equivalent battery recommended by Toshiba. Installation of the wrong
battery can cause the battery to explode.
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The manual is divided into the following parts:
Chapter 1
Hardware Overview describes the Satellite M300 and Satellite Pro
M300 system unit and each FRU.
Chapter 2
Troubleshooting Procedures explains how to diagnose and resolve
FRU problems.
Chapter 3
Test and Diagnostics describes how to perform test and diagnostic
operations for maintenance service.
Chapter 4
Replacement Procedures describes the removal and replacement of the
FRUs.
Appendices
The appendices describe the following:
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Handling the LCD Module
Board layout
Pin assignments
Keyboard scan/character codes
Key layout
Wiring diagrams
BIOS Rewrite Procedures
EC/KBC Rewrite Procedures
Reliability
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Conventions
This manual uses the following formats to describe, identify, and highlight terms and
operating procedures.
Acronyms
On the first appearance and whenever necessary for clarification acronyms are enclosed in
parentheses following their definition. For example:
Read Only Memory (ROM)
Keys
Keys are used in the text to describe many operations. The key top symbol as it appears on
the keyboard is printed in boldface type.
Key operation
Some operations require you to simultaneously use two or more keys. We identify such
operations by the key top symbols separated by a plus (+) sign. For example, Ctrl + Pause
(Break) means you must hold down Ctrl and at the same time press Pause (Break). If
three keys are used, hold down the first two and at the same time press the third.
User input
Text that you are instructed to type in is shown in the boldface type below:
DISKCOPY A: B:
The display
Text generated by the computer that appears on its display is presented in the typeface
below:
Format complete
System transferred
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1
Hardware Overview
1.1
Features ..........................................................................................................................1
1.2
System Block Diagram ..................................................................................................5
1.3
2.5-inch Hard Disk Drive...............................................................................................9
1.4
Optical Drive................................................................................................................12
1.4.1DVD-ROM & CD-R/RW Drive ....................................................................12
1.4.2DVD Super Multi Drive ................................................................................14
1.5
Keyboard......................................................................................................................17
1.6
TFT Color Display.......................................................................................................18
1.6.1LCD Module ..................................................................................................18
1.6.2CCFL Invertor Board………………………………………………… ……21
1.7
Power Supply ...............................................................................................................22
1.8
Batteries .......................................................................................................................23
1.8.1Main Battery ..................................................................................................23
1.8.2Battery Charging Control...............................................................................24
1.8.3RTC battery....................................................................................................25
1.9
AC Adapter ..................................................................................................................26
Chapter 2
Troubleshooting Procedures
2.1
Troubleshooting .............................................................................................................1
2.2
Troubleshooting Flowchart............................................................................................3
2.3
Power Supply Troubleshooting .....................................................................................7
Procedure 1
Power Status Check ...................................................................7
Procedure 2
Error Code Check ......................................................................9
Procedure 3
Connection Check....................................................................10
Procedure 4
Charging Check .......................................................................10
Procedure 5
Replacement Check ................................................................ 12
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2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
System Board Troubleshooting................................................................................... 13
Procedure 1
Message Check ....................................................................... 14
Procedure 2
Debugging Port Check............................................................ 16
Procedure 3
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check ............................ 21
Procedure 4
Replacement Check ................................................................ 21
USB FDD Troubleshooting ........................................................................................ 21
Procedure 1
FDD Head Cleaning Check .................................................... 22
Procedure 2
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check ............................ 23
Procedure 3
Connector Check and Replacement Check............................. 24
2.5” HDD Troubleshooting......................................................................................... 26
Procedure 1
Partition Check........................................................................ 26
Procedure 2
Message Check ....................................................................... 27
Procedure 3
Format Check.......................................................................... 28
Procedure 4
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check ............................ 29
Procedure 5
Connector Check and Replacement Check............................. 30
Keyboard Troubleshooting ......................................................................................... 31
Procedure 1
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check ............................ 31
Procedure 2
Connector Check and Replacement Check............................. 32
Touch pad Troubleshooting ........................................................................................ 33
Procedure 1
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check ............................ 33
Procedure 2
Connector Check and Replacement Check............................. 34
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2.9
2.10
2.11
2.12
2.13
2.14
2.15
2.17
Display Troubleshooting..............................................................................................35
Procedure 1
External Monitor Check...........................................................35
Procedure 2
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check .............................35
Procedure 3
Connector and Cable Check ....................................................36
Procedure 4
Replacement Check .................................................................37
Optical Disk Drive Troubleshooting............................................................................38
Procedure 1
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check .............................38
Procedure 2
Connector Check and Replacement Check..............................38
Modem Troubleshooting..............................................................................................39
Procedure 1
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check .............................40
Procedure 2
Connector Check and Replacement Check..............................42
LAN Troubleshooting..................................................................................................42
Procedure 1
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check .............................42
Procedure 2
Connector Check and Replacement Check..............................42
Wireless LAN Troubleshooting...................................................................................43
Procedure 1
Transmitting-Receiving Check ................................................43
Procedure 2
Antennas' Connection Check ...................................................44
Procedure 3
Replacement Check .................................................................45
Sound Troubleshooting................................................................................................46
Procedure 1
Connector Check......................................................................46
Procedure 2
Replacement Check .................................................................47
Fingerprint Troubleshooting ........................................................................................48
Procedure 1
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check .............................48
Procedure 2
Connector Check and Replacement Check.............................48
Bluetooth Troubleshooting ..........................................................................................49
Procedure 1
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check .............................49
Procedure 2
Connector Check and Replacement Check.............................49
Chapter 3 Test Program for Field
3.1
Tests and Diagnostics Software Overview ................................................................. 3-3
3.2
Executing the Diagnostic Test ................................................................................... 3-4
3.3
Subtest names............................................................................................................. 3-8
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3.4
System Test.............................................................................................................. 3-11
3.5
Memory Test............................................................................................................ 3-13
3.6
Keyboard Test.......................................................................................................... 3-16
3.7
Display Test ............................................................................................................. 3-19
3.8
Floppy Disk Test...................................................................................................... 3-34
3.9
Hard Disk Test ......................................................................................................... 3-36
3.10
Real Time Clock Test .............................................................................................. 3-39
3.11
Cache Memory Test................................................................................................. 3-41
3.12
High Resolution Display Test.................................................................................. 3-43
3.13
Multimedia Test ....................................................................................................... 3-49
3.14
MEMORY2 Test...................................................................................................... 3-50
3.15
Error Codes and Error Status Names ....................................................................... 3-52
3.16
Running Test............................................................................................................ 3-54
3.17
DMI INFORMATION............................................................................................. 3-55
3.18
3.17.1
Check DMI Information………………………………………… 3-55
3.17.2
Write DMI Information……………………………………………3-55
Log Utilities ............................................................................................................. 3-57
3.18.1...... Operations…………………………………………………………3-57
3.19
System Configuration .............................................................................................. 3-59
3.20
Running Test Edit Item............................................................................................ 3-60
3.20.1...... Function Description………………………………………………3-60
3.20.2
3.21
Operation Description……………………………………………3-60
Common Tests an Operation ..................................................................................... 3-62
3.21.1...... How to operate a window …………………………………………3-62
3.21.2...... How to Stop the Test Program ……………………………………. 3-62
3.21.3........ Test Status Screen …………………………………………………3-62
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3.21.4 ..... Test Stop Display……………………………………………………3-64
3.21. 5 How to enter data ……………………………………………………3-64
Chapter 4
4.1
Replacement Procedures
Overview.................................................................................................................... 4-1
Safety Precautions................................................................................................ 4-2
Before You Begin ................................................................................................ 4-3
Disassembly Procedure........................................................................................ 4-4
Assembly Procedure ............................................................................................ 4-5
Tools and Equipment ........................................................................................... 4-5
Screw Tightening Torque .................................................................................... 4-6
Grip Color……….………………………………………………………………4-6
Screw Notation………………. ........................................................................... 4-7
4.2
Battery pack ............................................................................................................... 4-8
4.3
PC card..................................................................................................................... 4-10
4.4
HDD......................................................................................................................... 4-12
4.5
Wireless LAN card .................................................................................................. 4-16
4.6
Memory module....................................................................................................... 4-19
4.7
Keyboard.................................................................................................................. 4-22
4.8
Optical disk drive..................................................................................................... 4-25
4.9
Display assembly ..................................................................................................... 4-28
4.10
Cover assembly........................................................................................................ 4-34
4.11
Touch pad................................................................................................................. 4-38
4.12
Audio board ............................................................................................................ 4-39
4.13
Lan board ................................................................................................................. 4-40
4.14
System board............................................................................................................4-44
4.15
CPU..........................................................................................................................4-47
4.16
LCD unit / FL inverter ............................................................................................. 4-50
4.17
Application for grease(Denka FCR-AS) on North Bridge………………………..4-55
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Appendices
Appendix A
Handling the LCD Module ........................................................................... A-1
Appendix B
Board Layout ................................................................................................ B-1
Appendix C
Pin Assignments............................................................................................ C-1
Appendix D
Keyboard Scan/Character Codes .................................................................. D-1
Appendix E
Key Layout.....................................................................................................E-1
Appendix F
Wiring Diagrams............................................................................................ F-1
Appendix G
BIOS Rewrite Procedures ............................................................................. G-1
Appendix H
EC/KBC Rewrite Procedures........................................................................ H-1
Appendix I
Reliability........................................................................................................I-1
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Chapter 1
Hardware Overview
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Hardware Overview
Chapter 1 Contents
1.1
Features ..........................................................................................................................1
1.2
System Block Diagram ..................................................................................................5
1.3
2.5-inch Hard Disk Drive...............................................................................................9
1.4
Optical Drive................................................................................................................12
1.4.1
DVD-ROM & CD-R/RW Drive ............................................................12
1.4.2
DVD Super Multi Drive.........................................................................14
1.5
Keyboard......................................................................................................................17
1.6
TFT Color Display.......................................................................................................18
1.6.1
LCD Module ..........................................................................................18
1.6.2…..CCFL Invertor Board………………………………………………… ..21
1.7
Power Supply ...............................................................................................................22
1.8
Batteries .......................................................................................................................23
1.9
1.8.1
Main Battery...........................................................................................23
1.8.2
Battery Charging Control .......................................................................24
1.8.3
RTC battery ............................................................................................25
AC Adapter ..................................................................................................................26
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Hardware Overview
Chapter 1
Figures
Figure 1-1
Front of the computer.........................................................................................4
Figure 1-2
System block diagram........................................................................................5
Figure 1-3
2.5-inch HDD.....................................................................................................9
Figure 1-4
DVD-ROM & CD-R/RW drive .......................................................................12
Figure 1-5
DVD Super Muti drive.....................................................................................14
Figure 1-6
Keyboard..........................................................................................................17
Figure 1-7
LCD module.....................................................................................................18
Tables
Table 1-1
2.5-inch HDD dimensions .................................................................................9
Table 1-2
2.5-inch HDD specifications............................................................................10
Table 1-3
DVD-ROM & CD-R/RW drive outline dimensions........................................12
Table 1-4
DVD-ROM & CD-R/RW drive specifications ................................................13
Table 1-5
DVD Super Multi drive outline dimensions ....................................................14
Table 1-6
DVD Super Multi drive specifications ............................................................15
Table 1-7
LCD module specifications..............................................................................20
Table 1-8
FL inverter board specifications ......................................................................22
Table 1-9
Power supply output rating ..............................................................................23
Table 1-10
Battery specifications.......................................................................................24
Table 1-11
Time required for charges of main battery ......................................................25
Table 1-12
Data preservation time .....................................................................................25
Table 1-13
Time required for charges of RTC battery.......................................................26
Table 1-14
AC adapter specifications ................................................................................27
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1.1
Features
The Satellite M300 (Intel Platform) series are 2 spindle PCs running
Intel® Celeron® Processor 540 or higher.
Intel® Core™ 2 Duo Processor (667MHz) T5450 or higher.
Intel® Core™ 2 Duo Processor (800MHz) T8100 or higher.
The features are listed below.
Microprocessor
Microprocessor that is used will be different by the model.
It supports processors as follows
Intel Core 2 Duo
FSB : 667 MHz
T5450(1.67GHz)
T5550(1.83GHz)
T5750(2.0GHz)
FSB: 800MHz
T8100(2.1GHz)
T8300(2.4GHz)
T9300(2.5GHz)
T9500(2.6GHz)
Intel Celeron
FSB : 533MHz
M540 (1.86GHz)
M550 (2.0GHz)
M560(2.13GHz)
Memory
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Two DDRII SO-DIMM (667/800MHz specification compliant) up to 2GB for GL960
can be upgraded through Memory Module Slot. Maximum upgradeable system
memory may depend on the model
VRAM
Shared with System RAM for Intel GM965/GL960
HDD
120GB, 160GB, 200GB, 250GB, 320GB internal drives. 2.5 inch x 9.5mm height.
USB FDD (Option)
Toshiba external USB FDD for option
Display
LCD (CCFL)
14.1-inch, 1,280 (H) x 800 (V) WXGA 262,144 colors + CCFL, High-brightness,
CSV, amorphous silicon TFT color display.
CRT
Supported via a RGB connector.
Keyboard
Toshiba Standard keyboard with 86-88 keys (desktop-style), Support Windows keys
& Application keys. (Toshiba standard layout) Standard pitch, 2.5mm travel length.
Multi-langue support.
Optical devices
A Combo drive or DVD Super Multi or HD-DVD Rom drive is equipped.
Battery
The RTC battery is equipped inside the computer.
It is good with no external power source for 1month on average.
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The main battery is a detachable lithium ion battery.
3 cell Li-Ion 10.8v/1800mAh
6 cell Li-Ion 10.8v/4800mAh
9 cell Li-Ion 10.8v/7200mAh
USB (Universal Serial Bus)
3 USB ports are provided. The ports comply with the USB2.0 standard, which
enables data transfer speeds 40 times faster than USB1.1 standard. USB1.1 is also
supported.
Sound system
Internal stereo speaker, Internal MIC (Option) external monaural microphone
connector, stereo headphone connector.
Wireless LAN
The wireless LAN is equipped on the mini card slot.
LAN/MODEM
Connectors for LAN and Modem are separately mounted.
1394
One 1394 port is equipped.
Multiple Digital Media Card Slot
XD/MS/MS pro/SD/MMC are supported
Bluetooth
USB Bluetooth Module (BTO) V2.1 & EDR(Enhanced Data Rate) equipped
Security
Kensington Lock,
Fingerprint –Enhanced Lock is also equipped.
HDD Password
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3D Accelerometer for HDD
Figure 1-1 Front of the computer
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System Block Diagram
Figure 1-2 shows the system block diagram.
1.
Figure 1-2 System block diagram for Intel Platform
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The PC contains the following components.
CPU
Intel Core 2 Duo
FSB : 667 MHz
T5450(1.67GHz)
T5550(1.83GHz)
T5750(2.0GHz)
FSB: 800MHz
T8100(2.1GHz)
T8300(2.4GHz)
T9300(2.5GHz)
T9500(2.6GHz)
Intel Celeron
FSB : 533MHz
M540 (1.86GHz)
M550 (2.0GHz)
M560(2.13GHz)
Memory
Two memory slots capable of accepting DDRII-SDRAM 512MB,1GB or 2GB
memory modules for a maximum of 2GB for GL960
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200-pin SO-DIMM
1.8V operation
PC2 5300 support/PC2
BIOS ROM (Flash memory)
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8Mbit
Chipset (Santa Rosa Platform)
This gate array has the following elements and functions.
•
North Bridge (Intel GM965/GL960)
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Merom-M processor System Bus support
DRAM Controller : DDRII 533/667 support
DMI
1299-ball 35 x 35mm Mirco FC-BGA Package
South Bridge (Intel 82801HBM ICH8-M)
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Direct Media Interface (DMI)
PCI Express
Serial ATA (SATA) Controller
PCI Interface
IDE Interface
Low Pin count (LPC) interface
Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI)
DMA controller
Advanced Programmable Interrupt Controller (APIC)
USB Controllers
Gigabit Ethernet Controller
RTC
GPIO
Enhanced Power Management
SMBus 2.0
High Definition Audio Controller
676-pin 31mmx31mm mBGA Package
PC card controller (CB1410, ENE Technology INC.)
− PCI Interface (PCI Rev. 2.2)
− PC Card Controller
Other main system chips
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Clock Generator (Santa Rosa Platform: ICS9LPRS365BGLF)
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EC/KBC –[W/CIR(Winbond WPCE775CA0DG)] –[WO/CIR(Winbond
WPCE775LA0DG)]
HD Audio (CONEXANT CX20561-12Z)
Audio AMP (GMT G1441R51U)
Card Reader controller (O2 OZ129TN)
10/100 LAN controller (Marvell 88E8040T-A0-NNC1C000)
Giga LAN controller (Marvell 88E8072-B1-NNC1C000)
Mini Card
Wireless LAN card (BTO)
2.4 GHz DSSS/OFDM LAN card is equipped. Conformity with IEEE 802.11b/g
and IEEE 802.11a/b/g.. Transfer speed maximum is 54Mbit/sec. supports 128bit
WEP.
MODEM (Conexant x 1)
Supported by on board Modem + DAA daughter card.
Data and FAX transmission is available.
Supports ITU-TV.90.
The transfer speed of data receiving is 56kbps, of data sending is 33.6kbps and of
FAX is 14.4kbps. Actual speed depends on the quality of the line used.
Connected to telephone line through RJ11 MOD
Blue tooth
Mini USB Bluetooth Module (BTO) V2.1.
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2.5-inch Hard Disk Drive
A compact, high-capacity HDD with a height of 9.5mm. Contains a 2.5-inch magnetic disk
and magnetic heads.
Figure 1-3 shows a view of the 2.5-inch HDD and Tables 1-1 and 1-2 list the specifications.
Figure 1-3 2.5-inch HDD
Table 1-1 2.5-inch HDD dimensions
Standard value
Parameter
Outline
Dimensions
Width
(mm)
Height
(mm)
Depth
(mm)
Weight
(g)
TOSHIBA
MK1246GSX
TOSHIBA
MK1646GSX
TOSHIBA
MK2046GSX
TOSHIBA
MK2546GSX
TOSHIBA
MK3252GSX
102
102
69.8
9.5
100.0
98
102
102
Standard value
Parameter
Outline
Dimensions
Width
(mm)
Height
(mm)
Depth
(mm)
Weight (g)
Fujitsu
MHY2120BH
Fujitsu
MHY2160BH
Fujitsu
MHY2200BH
Fujitsu
MHY2250BH
100
9.5
70
96
101
101
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Standard value
Parameter
Outline
Dimensions
Hitachi
HTS542512k9SA00
Width
(mm)
Height
(mm)
Depth
(mm)
Weight
(g)
Hitachi
HTS542516k9SA00
Hitachi
HTS542520K9SA00
Hitachi
HTS542525k9SA00
69.85 +/- 0.25
9.5 +/- 0.2
100.2 +/- 0.25
95 max
102 max
102 max
102 max
Table 1-2 2.5-inch HDD specifications
Specification
Parameter
TOSHIBA
MK1246GSX
TOSHIBA
MK1646GSX
TOSHIBA
MK2046GSX
TOSHIBA
MK2546GSX
TOSHIBA
MK3252GSX
120GB
160GB
200GB
250GB
320GB
storage
size(formatted)
Speed (RPM)
Data transfer
Rate - To/From
Media T0/From Host
bus transfer
rate (MB/s)
Average
random seek
time (read)
(ms)
Power-on-toready (sec)
5400
730Mbits Media
300MBytes Host
794Mbits
Media
3GBytes
Host
ATA8/SATA 2.6
12ms
3.5 sec<typical> 9.5 sec <Max>
Specification
Parameter
storage
size(formatted)
Speed (RPM)
Fujitsu
MHY2120BH
Fujitsu
MHY2160BH
Fujitsu
MHY2200BH
Fujitsu
MHY2250BH
120GB
160GB
200GB
250GB
5400
Data transfer Rate To/From Media T0/From Host
84.6MB/s
1.5Gbps(150MB/s)
bus transfer rate
1.5Gbps(150MB/s)
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(MB/s)
Average random seek
time (read) (ms)
12.0ms/14.0ms
Power-on-to-ready
4.0s
Specification
Parameter
storage
size(formatted)
Speed (RPM)
Data transfer
Rate - To/From
Media T0/From Host
bus transfer
rate (MB/s)
Average
random seek
time (read)
(ms)
Power-on-toready (sec)
Hitachi
HTS542516k9SA00
Hitachi
HTS542520K9SA00
Hitachi
HTS542525k9SA00
Hitachi
HTS542525k9SA00
120GB
160GB
200GB
250GB
5400
665 (Mb/s), (max)
150 (MB/s
11 ms
3.5 sec
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1.4
Optical Drive
1.4.1 DVD-ROM & CD-R/RW Drive
The DVD-ROM & CD-R/RW drive accommodates either 12 cm (4.72-inch) or 8 cm (3.15inch) CD/DVD-ROM and CD-R/RW. It is a high-performance drive that reads DVD at
maximum 8-speed and CD at maximum 24-speed.
The DVD-ROM & CD-R/RW drive is shown in Figure 1-4. The dimensions and
specifications of the DVD-ROM & CD-R/RW drive are described in Table 1-3, Table 1-4.
Figure 1-4 DVD-ROM & CD-R/RW drive
Table 1-3 DVD-ROM & CD-R/RW drive outline dimensions
Parameter
Maker
Outline
dimension
Width (mm)
Standard value
TEAC
DW-224E-VT7
127.7
Height (mm)
12.7
Depth (mm)
126.1
Mass (g)
173 or less
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Table 1-4 DVD-ROM & CD-R/RW drive specifications (1/3)
Parameter
Drive Specification
TEAC DW-224E-VT7
Read (KB/s)
Write
Data transfer
speed
Access time (ms)
(Random)
CD-R:24x CAV,16x CAV, 10x CLV, 4x CLV MS CDRW:4x CLV
HS CD-RW:10x CAV, 10x CLV, 4x CLV US CDRW:24x CAV, 10x CLV
US+ CD-RW:Not supported
ATAPI
interface
(MB/s)
Programmed I/O 16.7MB/sec max(Mode 0 to 4)
Multi-word DMA 16.7MB/sec max(Mode 0 to 2) Ultra
DMA 33.3MB/sec max
CD-ROM
90msc
DVD-ROM
110msc
Buffer memory
2MB
CD
Supported disk
format
1,545 to 3,600(KB/s) CD-ROM model
4,469 to 10,816(KB/s) DVD-ROM
DVD
CD-DA
CD-ROM (MODE1, MODE2)
CD-ROM XA MODE2 (Form1, Form2) Photo CD
(Single/Multi-session)
CD-I Video-CD
CD-Extra (CD-Plus) CD-Text
DVD-ROM DVD-Video
DVD-R (Single/Multi-border) DVD-R DL
(Single/Multi/border) DVD-RW (Single/Multi-border)
DVD+R (Single/Multi-session)
DVD+R DL (Single/Multi-session) DVD+RW
(Single/Multi-session) DVD-ROM (4.7GB, 2.6GB)
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1.4.2 DVD Super Multi Drive
The DVD Super Multi drive accommodates either 12 cm (4.72-inch) or 8 cm (3.15-inch)
CD/DVD-ROM, CD-R/RW, DVD±R/±RW and DVD-RAM. It is a high-performance drive
that reads DVD-ROM at maximum 8-speed and CD at maximum 24-speed. Write speed of
DVD±R/±RW and DVD-RAM is different depending on the drive.
The DVD Super Multi drive is shown in Figure 1-5. The dimensions and specifications of the
DVD Super Multi drive are described in Table 1-5, Table 1-8.
Figure 1-5 DVD Super Multi drive
Table 1-5 DVD Super Multi drive outline dimensions
Parameter
Outline
dimension
Standard Value
TST
TST
PNR
PNR
Maker
TSL632H
TS-L632P
DVRKD08TBT
DVRKD08TBL
Width
(mm)
122.4
122.4
128
128
Height
(mm)
12.7
12.7
12.7
12.7
Depth
(mm)
126
126
134
134
Mass
(g)
104
104
176.2
176.2
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Table 1-6 DVD Super Multi drive specifications (1/4)
Drive Specification
Parameter
Read (KB/s)
TST
TST
PNR
PNR
TS-L632H
TS-L632P
DVR-KD08TBT
DVR-KD08TBL
CD-ROM
3600 KB/s
CD-R
3600 KB/s
CD-RW
3600 KB/s
DVD-ROM(L)
10800 KB/s
DVD+/-R
Dual8100KB/s
DVD-RAM
6750 KB/s
CD-ROM
3600 KB/s
CD-R
3600 KB/s
CD-RW
3600 KB/s
DVD-ROM(SL)
10800 KB/s
DVD+/-R Dual
8100 KB/s
DVD-RAM
6750 KB/s
CDInner 1,545
Outer 3,600
(10.3-24XCAV mode
over16 Block
Transfer)DVD(single
Layer)Inner 4,455
Outer 10,800
(3.3X-8X CAV mode
Over16 Block
Transfer)DVD-RM
Inner 4,155
Outer 6,925
CDInner 1,545
Outer 3,600
(10.3-24X CAV mode
over16 Block Transfer)
DVD(single Layer)Inner
4,455
Outer 10,800
(3.3X-8X CAV mode
Over16 Block
Transfer)DVD-RAM
Inner 4,155
Outer 6,925
(3X-5XZone-CLV mode
Over16 Block Transfer)
(3X-5XZone-CLV
mode Over16 Block
Transfer)
Data transfer
speed
Write
ATAPI
interface
(MB/s)
Access time
(ms) (Random)
CD-ROM
DVD-ROM
CD-R
3600 KB/s
MS CD-RW
600 KB/s
HS CD-RW
1500 KB/s
US CD-RW
2400 KB/s
US+ CD-RW
Not Support
DVD+R/-R
10800 KB/s
CD-R
3600 KB/s
MS CD-RW
600 KB/s
HS CD-RW
1500 KB/s
US CD-RW
2400 KB/s
US+ CD-RW
Not Support
DVD+R/-R
10800 KB/s
CDInner 1,500
Outer 3,600
(24x Zone-CLV CD-R
write)DVD-RInner
2,700Outer 10,800
(8X
Zone-CLV
write)DVD+R
Inner
3,240Outer
10,800(8X Zone-CLV
write)DVD-RAM
Inner
4,155Outer
6,925
(3X-5X
Zone-CLV
write)
MAX
33.2MB/s
MAX
33.2MB/s
16.6(PIO
Mode4/MultiwordDM
A Mode2)
33.3(UltraDMAMode2
130 ms
130 ms
130 ms
130 ms
CDInner 1,500
Outer 3,600
(24x Zone-CLV
CD-R write)
DVD-R
Inner 2,700
Outer 10,800
(8X Zone-CLV write)
DVD+R
Inner 3,240
Outer 10,800
(8X Zone-CLV write)
DVD-RAM
Inner 4,155
Outer 6,925
(3X-5X Zone-CLV write)
16.6(PIO
Mode4/MultiwordDMA
Mode2)
33.3(UltraDMA Mode2)
Ave.140(CD-ROM
Mode1Disc is used)
Ave.140(CD-ROM
Mode 1 Disc is used)
Ave.150
(DVD-ROM
Ave.150
(DVD-ROM Single
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Layer Disc is used)
2M
Buffer memory
2M
2 Mbytes
Layer Disc is use
2 Mbytes
CD
650MB CDROMR(Rad
Only)
80mm
CD(Horizontal
Mount only)
800/700/650
CDRecordable
(Read & Write)
700/650 MB
CD-Rewritable
(Read & Write)
700/650MB
High Speed
CD-Rewritable
(Read & Write)
700/650 MB
Ultra Speed
CD-Rewritable
(Read & Write)
Ultra+ Speed
CD-Rewritable
(Read Only)
650MB CDROMR(Read
Only)
80mm
CD(Horizontal
Mount only)
800/700/650
CDRecordable
(Read & Write)
700/650 MB
CD-Rewritable
(Read & Write)
700/650MB
High Speed
CD-Rewritable
(Read & Write)
700/650 MB
Ultra Speed
CD-Rewritable
(Read & Write)
Ultra+ Speed
CD-Rewritable
(Read Only)
CD-ROM Mode1
CD-ROM XA Mode2
(form1, form2)
Photo CD ( single and
multiple session)
Video CD
CD-DA
CD-Extra
Mixed-CD
CD-Text
CD-R
CD-RW(Supports
AM2)
HSCD-RW(Supports
AM2)
USCD-RW(Supports
AM2)
US+CD-RW(Supports
AM2)(*Read only)
CD-ROM Mode1
CD-ROM XA Mode2
(form1, form2)
Photo CD ( single and
multiple session)
Video CD
CD-DA
CD-Extra
Mixed-CD
CD-Text
CD-R
CD-RW(Supports AM2)
HSCD-RW(Supports
AM2)
USCD-RW(Supports
AM2)
US+CD-RW(Supports
AM2)(*Read only)
5/9/10/18
G DVDSingle/Dual
(PTP, OTP)
(Read Only)
4.7G DVD+R/RW (Read &
Write)
DVD+-R Dual
(Read & Write)
DVD-RAM
(Read & Write)
80mm DVD
DVD (DVD-5; Single
layer, Single side
4.7Gbytes)
DVD (DVD-9; Dual
layer, Single
DVD (DVD-5; Single
layer, Single side
4.7Gbytes)
DVD (DVD-9; Dual
layer, Single
DVD
5/9/10/18 G
DVDSingle/Dual
(PTP, OTP)
(Read Only)
4.7G DVD+R/RW (Read &
Write)
DVD+-R Dual
(Read & Write)
DVD-RAM
(Read
&Write)80mm
DVD
Supported disk format
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1.5 Keyboard
The Harrison10S/10SG keyboard has two different kinds of placement, one is for JP style
and the other is for US/UK style.
Figure 1-6 is a view of the keyboard for US/UK style
Figure 1-6 Keyboard for US/UK style
Figure 1-7 is a view of the keyboard for JP style
Figure 1-6-1 Keyboard for JP style
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See Appendix E for details of the keyboard layout.
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1.6
TFT Color Display
The Satellite M300 Panel has 1 model, CCFL backlight.
1.6.1 LCD Module with CCFL Backlight
Figure 1-7 ~ 1-10 shows a view of the LCD module and Table 1-7 lists the specifications.
Figure 1-7 LG-Philips LCD Module
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Figure 1-8 AUO LCD Module
Figure 1-9 Samsung LCD Module
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Figure 1-10 CMO LCD Module
Table 1-7 LCD module specifications
Specifications(WXGA)
Item
Number of
Dots
Dot spacing
(mm)
LG
LP141WX3TLN1
AUO
B141EW04 V4
Samsung
LTN141AT03401
1,280x 800
0.237(H)× 0.237(V)
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1.6.2 CCFL Inverter Board
Table 1-10 lists the FL inverter board specifications.
Table 1-8 FL inverter board specifications
Specifications
Foxconn
T18I095.00
Delta
DAC-08N035
AF
SUMIDA
TWS-449-308
TDK
TBD485NR
Voltage (V)
8~20
8~20
8~20
8~20
Power (W)
7.5W
7.5W
7.5W
7.5W
612~945
612~945
612~945
612~945
Item
Input
Voltage (Vrms)
Output
Current
(f=55KHz)(mArms)
2.3±0.4 ~ 6.5±0.3
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1.7
Power Rails
Table 1-9 lists the power rail output specifications of Santa Rosa platform.
Table 1-9 Santa Rosa Power supply output rating
Power supply (Yes/No)
Name
Voltage [V]
Power OFF
Suspend mode
Power OFF
Boot mode
No Battery
+5VPCU
5
Yes
Yes
No
+5V_S5
5
Yes
No
No
+5V
5
No
No
No
+5VSATA
5
No
No
No
USBPWR
5
No
No
No
+5V_TP
5
No
No
No
VCCRTC
3.3
Yes
Yes
Yes
TH_FAN_POWER
3.1~5
No
No
No
+3VPCU
3.3
Yes
Yes
No
+3V_S5
3.3
Yes
No
No
+3VSUS
3.3
Yes
No
No
+3V
3.3
No
No
No
CCD_POWER
3.3
No
No
No
+5V_Felica
5
No
No
No
VCC_XD
3.3
No
No
No
+1.8VSUS
1.8
Yes
No
No
+1.8V
1.8
No
No
No
+1.5V
1.5
No
No
No
+1.25V
1.25
No
No
No
+1.05V
1.05
No
No
No
+SMDDR_VREF
0.9
Yes
No
No
+SMDDR_VTERM
0.9
No
No
No
VCC_CORE
0.55~1.575
No
No
No
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1.8
Batteries
The PC has the following two batteries.
Main battery
Real time clock (RTC) battery
Table 1-10 lists the specifications for these two batteries.
Table 1-10 Battery specifications
Battery Name
Battery Element
Output Voltage
Capacity
10.8v
1800mAh
10.8v
3700mAh
10.8v
4800mAh
10.8v
7200mAh
3V
16mAh
Sanyo
3 cell
Sanyo 6 Cells
Main battery
Sanyo
Lithium ion
6 cells
Sanyo
9 cell
Real time clock
(RTC) battery
VARTA
ML1220
Lithium ion
1.8.1 Main Battery
The main battery is the primary power supply for the computer when the AC adapter is not
connected. In Standby, the main battery maintains the current status of the computer.
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1.8.2 Battery Charging Control
Battery charging is controlled by a power supply microprocessor. The power supply
microprocessor controls power supply and detects a full charge when the AC adaptor and
battery are connected to the computer.
Battery Charge
When the AC adapter is connected, normal charging is used while the system is
turned on and quick charge is used while the system is turned off. Refer to the
following Table 1-11.
Table 1-11 Time required for charges of main battery
Condition
Charging Time
Power On Charge
About 12 hours-
Power Off Charge
About 4 hours
Charge is stopped in the following cases.
1. The main battery is fully charged
2. The main battery is removed
3. Main battery or AC adapter voltage is abnormal
4. Charging current is abnormal
Data preservation time
When turning off the power in being charged fully, the preservation time is as
following Table 1-12.
Table 1-12 Data preservation time
Condition
Standby
Hibernation
Battery 3 cell
Pack
6 cell
9 cell
preservation time
About 3 days
About 1 month
Approximately 1.5 days(sleep mode)
Approximately 3 days(sleep mode)
Approximately 5 days(sleep mode)
Approximately 1 month(shutdown mode, All type of battery pack
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1.8.3 RTC Battery
The RTC battery provides the power supply to maintain the date, time, and other system
information in memory.
Table 1-13 lists the Time required for charges of RTC battery and data preservation time.
Table 1-13 Time required for charges of RTC battery
Condition
Time
Power ON (Lights Power LED)
About 24 hours
Data preservation tome (Full-charged)
About a month
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AC Adapter
The AC adapter is used to charge the battery.
Table 1-14 lists the AC adapter specifications.
Table 1-14 AC adapter specifications
Parameter
With Led
Power
Input voltage
Specification
DELTA/ LITE-ON
DELTA/ LITE-ON
90W
75W
AC 100V/240V
AC 100V/240V
Input frequency
Input current
50Hz/60Hz
≦ 1.5A
Output voltage
Output current
≦ 1.5A
DC 19V
4.74A
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Troubleshooting Procedures
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Contents
2.1
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................ 1
2.2
Troubleshooting Flowchart........................................................................................... 3
2.3
Power Supply Troubleshooting..................................................................................... 7
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
Procedure 1
Power Status Check .................................................................. 7
Procedure 2
Error Code Check ..................................................................... 9
Procedure 3
Connection Check................................................................... 10
Procedure 4
Charging Check ...................................................................... 10
Procedure 5
Replacement Check ................................................................ 12
System Board Troubleshooting................................................................................... 13
Procedure 1
Message Check ....................................................................... 14
Procedure 2
Debugging Port Check............................................................ 16
Procedure 3
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check ............................ 21
Procedure 4
Replacement Check ................................................................ 21
USB FDD Troubleshooting ........................................................................................ 22
Procedure 1
FDD Head Cleaning Check .................................................... 22
Procedure 2
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check ............................ 23
Procedure 3
Connector Check and Replacement Check............................. 24
2.5” HDD Troubleshooting......................................................................................... 26
Procedure 1
Partition Check........................................................................ 26
Procedure 2
Message Check ....................................................................... 27
Procedure 3
Format Check.......................................................................... 28
Procedure 4
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check ............................ 29
Procedure 5
Connector Check and Replacement Check............................. 30
Keyboard Troubleshooting ......................................................................................... 31
Procedure 1
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check ............................ 31
Procedure 2
Connector Check and Replacement Check............................. 32
Touch pad Troubleshooting ........................................................................................ 33
Procedure 1
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check ............................ 33
Procedure 2
Connector Check and Replacement Check............................. 34
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2.11
2.12
2.13
2.14
2.15
2.17
Display Troubleshooting............................................................................................. 35
Procedure 1
External Monitor Check.......................................................... 35
Procedure 2
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check ............................ 35
Procedure 3
Connector and Cable Check.................................................... 36
Procedure 4
Replacement Check ................................................................ 37
Optical Disk Drive Troubleshooting........................................................................... 38
Procedure 1
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check ............................ 38
Procedure 2
Connector Check and Replacement Check............................. 38
Modem Troubleshooting............................................................................................. 39
Procedure 1
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check ............................ 40
Procedure 2
Connector Check and Replacement Check............................. 41
LAN Troubleshooting................................................................................................. 42
Procedure 1
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check ............................ 42
Procedure 2
Connector Check and Replacement Check............................. 42
Wireless LAN Troubleshooting.................................................................................. 43
Procedure 1
Transmitting-Receiving Check ............................................... 43
Procedure 2
Antennas' Connection Check .................................................. 44
Procedure 3
Replacement Check ................................................................ 45
Sound Troubleshooting............................................................................................... 46
Procedure 1
Connector Check..................................................................... 46
Procedure 2
Replacement Check ................................................................ 47
Fingerprint Troubleshooting ....................................................................................... 48
Procedure 1
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check ............................ 48
Procedure 2
Connector Check and Replacement Check............................ 48
Bluetooth Troubleshooting ......................................................................................... 49
Procedure 1
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check ............................ 49
Procedure 2
Connector Check and Replacement Check............................ 49
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2.1
Troubleshooting
Chapter 2 describes how to determine which Field Replaceable Unit (FRU) in the computer
is causing the computer to malfunction.
The FRUs covered are:
1. Power supply
6. Touch pad
11. Wireless LAN
2. System Board
7. Display
12. Sound
3. USB FDD
8. Optical Disk Drive
13, Finger Print Board
4. 2.5” HDD
9. Modem
14, Bluetooth
5. Keyboard
10. LAN
The Test Program operations are described in Chapter 3. Detailed replacement procedures are
described in Chapter 4.
NOTE: After replacing the system board or CPU, it is necessary to execute the subtest 01
initial configuration of the 3.3 Setting of the hardware configuration in Chapter
3. Also update with the latest BIOS as described in Appendix G “BIOS Rewrite
Procedures”
After replacing the LCD, update with the latest EC/KBC as described in
Appendix H “EC/KBC Rewrite Procedures” to set the SVP parameter.
The implement for the Diagnostics procedures is referred to Chapter 3. Also, following
implements are necessary:
1. Phillips screwdrivers (For replacement procedures)
2. Implements for debugging port check
• Toshiba MS-DOS system FD
• RS-232C cross cable
• Test board with debug port test cable
• PC for displaying debug port test result
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There are following two types of connections in the figure of board and module connection in
and after 2.3 Power Supply Troubleshooting.
(1) Cable connection is described in the figure as line.
(2) Pin connection is described in the figure as arrow.
<e.g.> Connection of modem
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Troubleshooting Flowchart
Use the flowchart in Figure 2-1 as a guide for determining which troubleshooting procedures
to execute. Before going through the flowchart steps, verify the following:
‰ Ask him or her to enter the password if a password is registered.
‰ Verify with the customer that Toshiba Windows is installed on the hard disk. NonWindows operating systems can cause the computer to malfunction.
‰ Make sure all optional equipment is removed from the computer.
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Figure 2-1 Troubleshooting flowchart (1/2)
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Figure 2-1 Troubleshooting flowchart (2/2)
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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. Check the Log Utilities
function to confirm which diagnostic test detected an error(s), and then perform the
appropriate troubleshooting procedures as follows:
1. If an error is detected on the system test, memory test, display test, CD-ROM/DVDROM test, expansion test, real timer test, sound test or Modem/LAN/Bluetooth
/IEEE1394 test, perform the System Board Troubleshooting Procedures in Section 2.4.
2. If an error is detected on the floppy disk test, perform the USB FDD Troubleshooting
Procedures in Section 2.5.
3. If an error is detected on the hard disk test, perform the HDD Troubleshooting
Procedures in Section 2.6.
4. If an error is found on the keyboard test (DIAGNOSTICS TEST) and pressed key
display test (ONLY ONE TEST), perform the Keyboard Troubleshooting Procedures
in Section 2.7.
5. If an error is found on the touch pad test (ONLY ONE TEST), perform the touch pad
Troubleshooting Procedures in Section 2.8.
6. If an error is detected on the display test, perform the Display Troubleshooting
Procedures in Section 2.9.
7. If an error is detected on the CD-ROM/DVD-ROM test, perform the Optical Disk
Drive Troubleshooting Procedures in Section 2.10.
8. If an error is detected on the modem test, perform the Modem Troubleshooting
Procedures in Section 2.11.
9. If an error is detected on the LAN test, perform the LAN Troubleshooting Procedures
in Section 2.12.
10. If an error is detected on the wireless LAN test, perform the Wireless LAN
Troubleshooting Procedures in Section 2.13.
11. If an error is detected on the sound test, perform the Sound Troubleshooting
Procedures in Section 2.14.
12. If an error is detected on the VGA daughter card test, perform the VGA
Troubleshooting Procedures in Section 2.15.
13. If an error is detected on the fingerprint test, perform the fingerprint Troubleshooting
Procedures in Section 2.16.
14. If an error is detected on the Bluetooth test, perform the Bluetooth Troubleshooting
Procedures in Section 2.17.
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2.3
Power Supply Troubleshooting
The power supply controller 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 procedures described in this section are:
Procedure 1: Power Status Check
Procedure 2: Error Code Check
Procedure 3: Connection Check
Procedure 4: Charging Check
Procedure 5: Replacement Check
Procedure 1
Power Status Check
The following LED indicates the power supply status:
‰ Battery LED
‰ DC IN LED
The Power Supply control displays the power supply status with the Battery LED and the DC
IN LED as listed in the tables below.
Table 2-1 Battery icon
Battery icon
Power supply status
Lights orange
Battery is charged and the external DC is input. It has no
relation with ON/OFF of the system power.
Lights blue or white
Battery is fully charged and the external DC is input. It has
no relation with ON/OFF of the system power.
Blinks orange
(even intervals)
The battery level is low while the system power is ON.
Blinks orange once
(at being switched on)
The system is driven by only a battery and the battery level
is low.
Doesn’t light
Any condition other than those above.
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Table 2-2 DC IN icon
DC IN icon
Power supply status
Lights blue or white
DC power is being supplied from the AC adapter.
Blinks orange
Power supply malfunction*1
Doesn’t light
Any condition other than those above.
*1 when the power supply controller detects a malfunction, the DC IN icon blinks
orange. It shows an error code.
When the icon is blinking, perform the following procedure.
1.
Remove the battery pack and the AC adapter.
2.
Re-attach the battery pack and the AC adapter.
If the icon is still blinking after the operation above, check the followings:
Check 1 If the DC IN icon blinks orange, go to Procedure 2.
Check 2 If the DC IN icon does not light, go to Procedure 3.
Check 3 If the battery icon does not light orange or green, go to Procedure 4.
NOTE: Use a supplied AC adapter.
Procedure 2
Error Code Check
The following table lists the error codes and error status names.
Device Name
Error Code
Error Status Name
(Common)
FF
Data Compare Error
Memory
2
??
Protected Mode Not Changed
Other Error
FDD
1
2
3
4
6
8
9
0C
10
20
Bad Command Error
Address Mark Not Found
Write Protected
Record Not Found
Media Change Line Error
DMA Overrun Error
DMA Boundary Error
Select Media Error
CRC Error
FDC Error
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80
??
Seek Error
Time Out Error
Other Error
HDD
1
2
4
5
7
9
0A
0B
10
11
20
40
80
AA
Bad Command Error
Bad Address Mark Error
Record Not Found
HDC Not Reset Error
Drive Not Initialized
DMA Boundary Error
Bad Sector
Bad Track Error
ECC Error
ECC Recover Enabled
HDC Error
Seek Error
Time Out Error
Drive Not Ready
HDD
BB
CC
E0
F0
??
Undefined Error
Write Fault
Status Error
No Sense Error
Other Error
Cache Memory
2
3
??
Protect Mode Error
Caching Error
Other Error
Multimedia
1
0F
15
??
Write Error
Invalid Drive
Drive Not Ready
Other Error
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Procedure 3
Connection Check
The wiring diagram related to the power supply is shown below:
Any of the connectors may be disconnected. Perform Check 1.
Check 1
Make sure the AC adapter and the AC power cord is firmly plugged into the DC
IN connector PCN1 and wall outlet. If these cables are connected firmly, go to
Check 2.
Check 2
Replace the AC adapter and the AC power cord with new ones.
•
•
Check 3
If the DC IN icon does not light, go to Procedure 5.
If the battery icon does not light, go to Check 3.
Make sure the battery pack is installed in the computer correctly. If the battery is
properly installed and the battery icon still does not light, go to Procedure 4.
Procedure 4
Charging Check
Check if the power supply controller charges the battery pack properly. Perform the
following procedures:
Check 1
Make sure the AC adapter is firmly plugged into the DC IN socket (W8800).
Check 2
Make sure the battery pack is properly installed. If it is properly installed, go to
Check 3.
Check 3
The battery pack may be completely discharged. Wait a few minutes to charge the
battery pack while connecting the battery pack and the AC adapter. If the battery
pack is still not charged, go to Check 4.
Check 4
The battery’s temperature is too high or low. Leave the battery for a while to
adjust it in the right temperature. If the battery pack is still not charged, go to
Check 5.
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Check 5
Replace the battery pack with a new one. If the battery pack is still not charged,
go to Procedure 5.
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Procedure 5
Replacement Check
The power is supplied to the system board by the AC adapter. If either the AC adapter or the
system board was damaged, perform the following Checks.
To disassemble the computer, follow the steps described in Chapter 4, Replacement
Procedures.
When AC adapter is connected;
Check 1
AC adapter may be faulty. Replace the AC adapter with a new one. If the problem
still occurs, perform Check 2.
Check 2
System board may be faulty. Replace the system board with a new one.
When AC adapter is not connected ;
(When driving with battery pack)
Check 1
Battery pack may be faulty. Replace it with a new one. If the problem still occurs,
perform Check 2.
Check 2
System board may be faulty. Replace it with a new one.
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2.4
System Board Troubleshooting
This section describes how to determine whether the system board is malfunctioning or not.
Start with Procedure 1 and continue with the other procedures as instructed. The procedures
described in this section are:
Procedure 1: Message Check
Procedure 2: Debugging Port Check
Procedure 3: Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check
Procedure 4: Replacement Check
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Procedure 1
Message Check
When the power is turned on, the system performs the Power On Self Test (POST) installed
in the BIOS ROM. The POST tests each IC on the system board and initializes it.
‰ If an error message is shown on the display, perform Check 1.
‰ If there is no error message, go to Procedure 2.
‰ If MS-DOS or Windows XP is properly loaded, go to Procedure 4.
Check 1
If one of the following error messages is displayed on the screen, press the F1 key
as the message instructs. These errors occur when the system configuration
preserved in the RTC memory (CMOS type memory) is not the same as the actual
configuration or when the data is lost.
If you press the F1 key as the message instructs, the SETUP screen appears to set
the system configuration. If error message (b) appears often when the power is
turned on, replace the RTC battery. If any other error message is displayed,
perform Check 2.
Check 2
(a)
*** Bad HDD type ***
Check system. Then press [F1] key ......
(b)
*** Bad RTC battery ***
Check system. Then press [F1] key ......
(c)
*** Bad configuration ***
Check system. Then press [F1] key ......
(d)
*** Bad memory size ***
Check system. Then press [F1] key ......
(e)
*** Bad time function ***
Check system. Then press [F1] key ......
(f)
*** Bad check sum (CMOS) ***
Check system. Then press [F1] key ......
(g)
*** Bad check sum (ROM) ***
Check system. Then press [F1] key ......
If the following error message is displayed on the screen, press any key as the
message instructs.
The following error message appears when data stored in RAM under the resume
function is lost because the battery has become discharged or the system board is
damaged. Go to Procedure 3.
WARNING: RESUME FAILURE.
PRESS ANY KEY TO CONTINUE.
If any other error message displays, perform Check 3.
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Check 3
The IRT checks the system board. When the IRT detects an error, the system
stops or an error message appears.
If one of the following error messages (1) through (17), (24) or (25) is displayed,
go to Procedure 4.
If error message (18) is displayed, go to the Keyboard Troubleshooting
Procedures.
If error message (19), (20) or (21) is displayed, go to the 2.5” HDD
Troubleshooting Procedures.
If error message (22) or (23) is displayed, go to the USB FDD Troubleshooting
Procedures.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
(16)
(17)
(18)
(19)
(20)
(21)
(22)
(23)
(24)
(25)
PIT ERROR
MEMORY REFRESH ERROR
TIMER CH.2 OUT ERROR
CMOS CHECKSUM ERROR
CMOS BAD BATTERY ERROR
FIRST 64KB MEMORY ERROR
FIRST 64KB MEMORY PARITY ERROR
VRAM ERROR
SYSTEM MEMORY ERROR
SYSTEM MEMORY PARITY ERROR
EXTENDED MEMORY ERROR
EXTENDED MEMORY PARITY ERROR
DMA PAGE REGISTER ERROR
DMAC #1 ERROR
DMAC #2 ERROR
PIC #1 ERROR
PIC #2 ERROR
KBC ERROR
HDC ERROR
HDD #0 ERROR
HDD #1 ERROR
NO FDD ERROR
FDC ERROR
TIMER INTERRUPT ERROR
RTC UPDATE ERROR
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Procedure 2
Debugging Port Check
Check the MiniPCI Debug board. The tool for debug port test is shown below.
Figure 2-2 A set of tool for debug port test
The test procedures are follows:
1. Replace Mini PCI debug port with Wireless LAN card, check LED in the Mini PCI
debug board
The following is a list of the Test Point codes written to port 80h at the start
of each routine, the beep codes issued for terminal errors, and a description
of the POST routine. Unless otherwise noted, these codes are valid for
Phoenix BIOS 4.0 Release 6.0.
NOTE: The following routines are sorted by their test point numbers were assigned in the
BIOS code. Their actual order as executed during POST can
Be quite different.
Code Beeps POST Routine Description
02h
Verify Real Mode
03h
Disable Non-Maskable Interrupt (NMI)
04h Get CPU type
06h
Initialize system hardware
08h
Initialize chipset with initial POST values
09h
Set IN POST flag
0Ah Initialize CPU registers
0Bh Enable CPU cache
0Ch Initialize caches to initial POST values
0Eh Initialize I/O component
0Fh Initialize the local bus IDE
10h
Initialize Power Management
11h
Load alternate registers with initial POST values
12h
Restore CPU control word during warm boot
13h
Initialize PCI Bus Mastering devices
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Code Beeps POST Routine Description
14h
Initialize keyboard controller
16h1-2-2-3 BIOS ROM checksum
17h
Initialize cache before memory autosize
18h
8254 timer initialization
1Ah
8237 DMA controller initialization
1Ch
Reset Programmable Interrupt Controller
20h1-3-1-1 Test DRAM refresh
22h1-3-1-3
Test 8742 Keyboard Controller
24h
Set ES segment register to 4 GB
26h
Enable A20 line
28h
Autosize DRAM
29h
Initialize POST Memory Manager
2Ah
Clear 512 KB base RAM
2Ch1-3-4-1 RAM failure on address line xxxx*
2Eh1-3-4-3 RAM failure on data bits xxxx* of low byte of memory bus
2Fh
Enable cache before system BIOS shadow
30h1-4-1-1
RAM failure on data bits xxxx* of high byte of memory bus
32h
Test CPU bus-clock frequency
33h
Initialize Phoenix Dispatch Manager
36h
Warm start shut down
38h
Shadow system BIOS ROM
3Ah
Autosize cache
3Ch
Advanced configuration of chipset registers
3Dh
Load alternate registers with CMOS values
42h
Initialize interrupt vectors
45h
POST device initialization
46h2-1-2-3
Check ROM copyright notice
48h
Check video configuration against CMOS
49h
Initialize PCI bus and devices
4Ah
Initialize all video adapters in system
4Bh
QuietBoot start (optional)
4Ch
Shadow video BIOS ROM
4Eh
Display BIOS copyright notice
50h
Display CPU type and speed
51h
Initialize EISA board
52h
Test keyboard
54h
Set key click if enabled
58h2-2-3-1
Test for unexpected interrupts
59h
Initialize POST display service
5Ah
Display prompt "Press F2 to enter SETUP"
5Bh
Disable CPU cache
5Ch
Test RAM between 512 and 640 KB
60h
Test extended memory
62h
Test extended memory address lines
64h
Jump to UserPatch1
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66h
Configure advanced cache registers
67h
Initialize Multi Processor APIC
68h
Enable external and CPU caches
69h
Setup System Management Mode (SMM) area
6Ah Display external L2 cache size
6Bh Load custom defaults (optional)
6Ch Display shadow-area message
6Eh Display possible high address for UMB recovery
70h
Display error messages
72h
Check for configuration errors
76h
Check for keyboard errors
7Ch Set up hardware interrupt vectors
7Eh Initialize coprocessor if present
80h
Disable onboard Super I/O ports and IRQs
81h
Late POST device initialization
82h
Detect and install external RS232 ports
83h
Configure non-MCD IDE controllers
84h
Detect and install external parallel ports
85h
Initialize PC-compatible PnP ISA devices
86h
Re-initialize onboard I/O ports.
87h
Configure Motheboard Configurable Devices (optional)
88h
Initialize BIOS Data Area
89h
Enable Non-Maskable Interrupts (NMIs)
8Ah Initialize Extended BIOS Data Area
8Bh Test and initialize PS/2 mouse
8Ch Initialize floppy controller (optional)
8Fh Determine number of ATA drives (optional)
90h
Initialize hard-disk controllers
91h
Initialize local-bus hard-disk controllers
92h
Jump to UserPatch2
93h Build MPTABLE for multi-processor boards
95h
Install CD ROM for boot
96h
Clear huge ES segment register
97h
Fixup Multi Processor table
98h1-2 Search for option ROMs. One long, two short beeps on checksum failure
99h
Check for SMART Drive (optional)
9Ah Shadow option ROMs
9Ch Set up Power Management
9Dh Initialize security engine (optional)
9Eh Enable hardware interrupts
9Fh Determine number of ATA and SCSI drives
A0h Set time of day
A2h Check key lock
A4h Initialize Typematic rate
A8h Erase F2 prompt
Code Beeps POST Routine Description
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AAh
ACh
AEh
B0h
B2h
B4h
B5h
B6h
B9h
Bah
BBh
BCh
BDh
BEh
BFh
C0h
C1h
C2h
C3h
C4h
C5h
C6h
C7h
C8h
C9h
D2h
Scan for F2 key stroke
Enter SETUP
Clear Boot flag
Check for errors
POST done - prepare to boot operating system
One short beep before boot
Terminate QuietBoot (optional)
Check password (optional)
Prepare Boot
Initialize DMI parameters
Initialize PnP Option ROMs
Clear parity checkers
Display MultiBoot menu
Clear screen (optional)
Check virus and backup reminders
Try to boot with INT 19
Initialize POST Error Manager (PEM)
Initialize error logging
Initialize error display function
Initialize system error handler
PnPnd dual CMOS (optional)
Initialize notebook docking (optional)
Initialize notebook docking late
Force check (optional)
Extended checksum (optional)
Unknown interrupt
Code Beeps For Boot Block in Flash ROM
E0h Initialize the chipset
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E1h
E2h
E3h
E4h
E5h
E6h
E7h
E8h
E9h
EAh
EBh
ECh
EDh
EEh
EFh
F0h
F1h
F2h
F3h
F4h
F5h
F6h
F7h
Initialize the bridge
Initialize the CPU
Initialize system timer
Initialize system I/O
Check force recovery boot
Checksum BIOS ROM
Go to BIOS
Set Huge Segment
Initialize Multi Processor
Initialize OEM special code
Initialize PIC and DMA
Initialize Memory type
Initialize Memory size
Shadow Boot Block
System memory test
Initialize interrupt vectors
Initialize Run Time Clock
Initialize video
Initialize System Management Mode
1 Output one beep before boot
Boot to Mini DOS
Clear Huge Segment
Boot to Full DOS
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Procedure 3
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check
Execute the following tests from the Diagnostic Test Menu. These tests check the system
board. Refer to Chapter 3, Tests and Diagnostic, for more information on how to perform
these tests.
1. System test
2. Memory test
3. Keyboard test
4. Display test
5. Floppy Disk test
6. VGA test
7. VGA Memory test
8. Hard Disk test
9. CPU Temperature test
10. Main Battery test
11. BIOS test
12. CD-ROM/DVD-ROM test
13. System Status LED test
14. Wireless LAN test
15. LAN/Modem/Sound test
16. UUID test-DMI Information (Write DMI)
If an error is detected during these tests, go to Procedure 4.
Procedure 4
Replacement Check
System board may be faulty. Disassemble the computer following the steps described in
Chapter 4, Replacement Procedures and replace system board with a new one.
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2.5 USB FDD Troubleshooting
To check whether the USB FDD is malfunctioning or not, follow the troubleshooting
procedures below as instructed.
Procedure 1: FDD Head Cleaning Check
Procedure 2: Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check
Procedure 3: Connector Check and Replacement Check
Procedure 1
FDD Head Cleaning Check
FDD head cleaning is one option available in the Diagnostic Program.
After connecting USB FDD, insert the Diagnostics Disk in the floppy disk drive. Turn on the
computer and run the test. And then clean the FDD heads using the cleaning kit. If the FDD
still does not function properly after cleaning, go to Procedure 2.
Detailed operation is given in Chapter 3, Tests and Diagnostics.
If the test program cannot be executed on the computer, go to Procedure 3.
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Procedure 2
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check
Insert the Diagnostics Disk in the USB FDD, turn on the computer and run the test. Refer to
Chapter 3, Tests and Diagnostics, for more information about the diagnostics test procedures.
Make sure the floppy disk is formatted correctly and that the write protect tab is disabled.
Floppy disk drive test error codes and their status names are listed in Table 2-7. If any other
errors occur while executing the FDD diagnostics test, go to Check 1.
Table 2-7 FDD error code and status
Code
Check 1
Status
01h
Bad command
02h
Address mark not found
03h
Write protected
04h
Record not found
06h
Media replaced
08h
DMA overrun error
09h
DMA boundary error
10h
CRC error
20h
FDC error
40h
Seek error
60h
FDD not drive
80h
Time out error (Not ready)
EEh
Write buffer error
FFh
Data compare error
If the following message is displayed, disable the write protect tab on the floppy
disk by sliding the write protect tab to “write enable”. If any other message
appears, perform Check 2.
Write protected
Check 2
Make sure the floppy disk is formatted correctly. If it is, go to Procedure 3.
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Procedure 3
Connector Check and Replacement Check
USB FDD is connected to USB port on system board and US board. US board is also
connected to system board by cable. The connection of cable and board may be defective.
Otherwise, they may be faulty. Disassemble the computer following the steps described in
Chapter 4, Replacement Procedures and perform the following checks.
USB FDD can be connected to the following 4 ports on system board.
Check 1
Make sure USB FDD is firmly connected to USB port. If the connection is loose,
connect firmly and repeat Procedure 2. If the problem still occurs, go to Check 2.
NOTE: When checking the connection, be sure to check it with care for the followings.
1. Cable can not be disconnected from the connector.
2. Cable is connected straight to the connector.
3. Cable is connected all the way seated in the connector.
4. Cable can not be broken.
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Check 2
USB FDD may be faulty. Replace it with a new one. If the problem still occurs,
perform Check 3.
Check 3
Connect USB FDD to each port embedded on system board.
If it does not work properly when connected to CN12, CN19, CN20 or all ports,
perform Check 4.
Check 4
System board may be faulty. Replace it with a new one following the steps in
Chapter 4, Replacement Procedures.
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2.6 2.5” HDD Troubleshooting
To check if 2.5” HDD is malfunctioning or not, follow the troubleshooting procedures below
as instructed.
Procedure 1: Partition Check
Procedure 2: Message Check
Procedure 3: Format Check
Procedure 4: Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check
Procedure 5: Connector Check and Replacement Check
CAUTION: The contents of the hard disk will be erased when the 2.5” HDD
troubleshooting procedures are executed. Transfer the contents of the hard
disk to floppy disks or other storage drive(s). For the backup, refer to the
User’s Manual.
Procedure 1
Partition Check
Insert the Toshiba MS-DOS system disk and start the computer. Perform the following
checks:
Check 1
Input C: and press Enter. If you cannot change to drive C, go to Check 2. If you
can change to drive C, go to Procedure 2.
Check 2
Input FDISK and press Enter. Choose Display Partition Information from the
FDISK menu. If drive C is listed in the Display Partition Information, go to Check
3. If drive C is not listed, return to the FDISK menu and choose the option to
create a DOS partition or a logical DOS drive on drive C. If the problem still
occurs, go to Procedure 2.
Check 3
If drive C is listed as active in the FDISK menu, go to Check 4. If drive C is not
listed as active, return to the FDISK menu and choose the option to set the active
partition for drive C. Then go to Procedure 2.
Check 4
Remove the system disk from the FDD and reboot the computer. If the problem
still occurs, go to Procedure 2. Otherwise, the 2.5” HDD is operating normally.
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Procedure 2
Message Check
When the power is turned on, the system performs the Initial Reliability Test (IRT) installed
in the BIOS ROM. When the test detects an error, an error message is displayed on the screen.
Make sure no floppy disk is in the FDD. Turn on the computer and check the message on the
screen. When an OS starts from the 2.5” HDD, go to Procedure 3. Otherwise, start with
Check 1 below and perform the other checks as instructed.
Check 1
If any of the following messages appear, go to Procedure 3. If the following
messages do not appear, perform Check 2.
HDC ERROR
or
HDD #X ERROR
Check 2
(After 5 seconds this message will disappear.)
If either of the following messages appears, go to Check 3. If the following
messages do not appear, perform Check 4.
Insert system disk in drive
Press any key when ready .....
or
Non-System disk or disk error
Replace and press any key when ready
Check 3
Using the SYS command of the MS-DOS, transfer the system to the 2.5” HDD. If
the system is not transferred, go to Procedure 3. Refer to the MS-DOS Manual for
detailed operation.
If the following message appears on the display, the system program has been
transferred to the HDD.
System Transferred
If an error message appears on the display, perform Check 4.
Check 4
2.5” HDD(s) and the connector(s) of system board may be defective (Refer to the
steps described in Chapter 4, Replacement Procedures for disassembling.). Insert
HDD(s) to the connector(s) firmly. If it is (or they are) firmly connected, go to
Procedure 3.
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Procedure 3
Format Check
The computer’s HDD is formatted using the MS-DOS FORMAT program or the physical
format program of the test program. To format the HDD, start with Check 1 below and
perform the other steps as required.
Refer to the MS-DOS Manual for the operation of MS-DOS. For the format by the test
program, refer to the Chapter 3.
Check 1
Format an 2.5” HDD using MS-DOS FORMAT command. Type as FORMAT
C:/S/U.
If 2.5” HDD can not be formatted, perform Check 2.
Check 2
Using the MS-DOS FDISK command, set the 2.5” HDD partition. If the partition
is not set, go to Check 3. If it is set, format 2.5” HDD using MS-DOS FORMAT
command.
Check 3
Using the Diagnostic Disk, format 2.5” HDD with a format option (physical
format). If HDD is formatted, set the 2.5” HDD partition using MS-DOS FDISK
command.
If you cannot format 2.5” HDD using the Tests and Diagnostic program, go to
Procedure 4.
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Procedure 4
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check
The HDD test program is stored in the Diagnostics Disk. Perform all of the HDD tests in the
Hard Disk Drive Test. Refer to Chapter 3, Tests and Diagnostics, for more information about
the HDD test program.
If an error is detected during the HDD test, an error code and status will be displayed. The
error codes and statuses are described in Table 2-8. If an error code is not displayed but the
problem still occurs, go to Procedure 5.
Table 2-8 2.5” Hard disk drive error code and status
Code
Status
05
HDD - HDC NOT RESET ERROR
07
HDD - DRIVE NOT INITIALIZE
09
HDD - DMA BOUNDARY ERROR
0B
HDD - BAD TRACK ERROR
BB
HDD - UNDEFINED ERROR
08
HDD - OVERRUN ERROR (DRQ ON)
01
HDD - BAD COMMAND ERROR
02
HDD - ADDRESS MARK NOT FOUND
04
HDD - RECORD NOT FOUND ERROR
10
HDD - ECC ERROR
20
HDD - HDC ERROR
40
HDD - SEEK ERROR
80
HDD - TIME OUT ERROR
11
HDD - ECC RECOVER ENABLE
AA
HDD - DRIVE NOT READY
CC
HDD - WRITE FAULT
E0
HDD - STATUS ERROR
0A
HDD - BAD SECTOR
EE
HDD - ACCESS TIME ERROR
DA
HDD - NO HDD
12
HDD - DMA CRC ERROR
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Procedure 5
Connector Check and Replacement Check
HDD(s) is/are connected to the connector(s) on the system board. The connection of HDD(s)
and board may be defective. Otherwise, they may be faulty. Disassemble the computer
following instructions in Chapter 4, Replacement Procedures and perform the following
checks.
Check 1
Make sure HDD(s) is/are firmly connected to the connector(s) on the system
board.
If any of the connections are loose, reconnect firmly and repeat Procedure 1. If the
problem still occurs, go to Check 2.
Check 2
(One of) HDD(s) may be faulty. Replace it with a new one following the
instructions in Chapter 4, Replacement Procedures and check the operation. If the
problem still occurs, perform Check 3.
Check 3
System board may be faulty. Replace it with a new one following the instructions
in Chapter 4, Replacement Procedures.
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2.7 Keyboard Troubleshooting
To check if the computer’s keyboard is malfunctioning or not, follow the troubleshooting
procedures below as instructed.
Procedure 1: Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check
Procedure 2: Connector and Replacement Check
Procedure 1
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check
Execute the Keyboard Test (DIAGNOSTIC TEST) and Pressed key display test (ONLY
ONE TEST) in the Diagnostic Program. Refer to Chapter 3, Tests and Diagnostics, for more
information on how to perform the test program.
If an error occurs, go to Procedure 2. If an error does not occur, keyboard is functioning
properly.
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Procedure 2
Connector and Replacement Check
The connection of cable and board may be defective. Otherwise, they may be faulty.
Disassemble the computer following the steps described in Chapter 4, Replacement
Procedures, and perform the following checks:
Check 1
Make sure keyboard cable is firmly connected to system board.
If the connection is loose, reconnect firmly and repeat Procedure 1. If the problem
still occurs, go to Check 2.
Check 2
Keyboard may be faulty. Replace it with a new one following the instructions in
Chapter 4, Replacement Procedures. If the problem still occurs, perform Check 3.
Check 3
System board may be faulty. Replace it with a new one following the instructions
in Chapter 4, Replacement Procedures.
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2.8 Touch pad Troubleshooting
To check if the computer’s touch pad is malfunctioning or not, follow the troubleshooting
procedures below as instructed.
Procedure 1: Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check
Procedure 2: Connector and Replacement Check
Procedure 1
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check
Execute the Touch pad test (ONLY ONE TEST) in the Diagnostic Program. Refer to Chapter
3, Tests and Diagnostics, for more information on how to perform the test program.
If an error occurs, go to Procedure 2. If an error does not occur, touch pad is functioning
properly.
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Procedure 2
Connector and Replacement Check
The connection of cable and board may be defective. Otherwise, they may be faulty.
Disassemble the computer following the steps described in Chapter 4, Replacement
Procedures, and perform the following checks:
Check 1
Make sure the cable is firmly connected to system board.
If the connection is loose, reconnect firmly and repeat Procedure 1. If the problem
still occurs, go to Check 2.
Check 2
Touch Pad or the cable may be faulty. Replace it with a new one following the
instructions in Chapter 4, Replacement Procedures. If the problem still occurs,
perform Check 3.
Check 3
System board may be faulty. Replace it with a new one following the instructions
in Chapter 4, Replacement Procedures
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2.9 Display Troubleshooting
To check if the computer’s display is malfunctioning or not, follow the troubleshooting
procedures below as instructed.
Procedure 1: External Monitor Check
Procedure 2: Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check
Procedure 3: Connector and Cable Check
Procedure 4: Replacement Check
Procedure 1
External Monitor Check
Connect an external monitor to the computer’s external monitor port, then boot the computer.
The computer automatically detects the external monitor.
If the external monitor works correctly, the internal LCD may be faulty. Go to Procedure 3.
If the external monitor appears to have the same problem as the internal monitor, system
board may be faulty. Go to Procedure 2.
Procedure 2
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check
The Display Test program is stored in Diagnostics disk. This program checks the display
controller on system board. Insert the Diagnostics disk in the USB FDD, 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.
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Procedure 3
Connector and Cable Check
LCD Module is connected to system board by an LCD/FL cable. FL inverter board is also
connected to system board by an LCD/FL cable. And, fluorescent lamp is connected to FL
inverter board by HV cable. Their cables may be disconnected from system board or FL
inverter board. Disassemble the computer following the steps described in Chapter 4,
Replacement Procedures.
If the connection is loose, reconnect firmly and restart the computer. If the problem still
occurs, go to Procedure 4.
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Procedure 4
Replacement Check
Fluorescent lamp, FL inverter, LCD module, HV cable and LCD/FL cable are connected to
display circuits. Any of these components may be faulty. Refer to Chapter 4, Replacement
Procedures, for instructions on how to disassemble the computer and then perform the
following checks:
If fluorescent lamp does not light, perform Check 1.
If characters or graphics on the internal display are not displayed clearly, perform
Check 4.
If some screen functions do not operate properly, perform Check 4.
If fluorescent lamp remains lit when the display is closed, perform Check 5.
Check 1
Replace fluorescent lamp with a new one following the instructions in Chapter 4,
Replacement Procedures and test the display again. If the problem still occurs,
perform Check 2.
Check 2
LCD/FL cable may be faulty. Replace FL/LCD cable with a new one following the
instructions in Chapter 4, Replacement Procedure and test the display again. If the
problem still occurs, perform Check 3.
Check 3
FL inverter may be faulty. Replace FL inverter with a new one following the
instructions in Chapter 4, Replacement Procedure and test the display again. If the
problem still occurs, perform Check 4.
Check 4
LCD module may be faulty. Replace LCD module with a new one following the
instructions in Chapter 4, Replacement Procedure and test the display again. If the
problem still occurs, perform Check 5.
Check 5
System board may be faulty. Replace it with a new one following the instructions
in Chapter 4, Replacement Procedure.
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2.10 Optical Disk Drive Troubleshooting
To check if optical disk drive is malfunctioning or not, follow the troubleshooting procedures
below as instructed.
Procedure 1:
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check
Procedure 2:
Connector Check and Replacement Check
Procedure 1
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check
Execute the CD-ROM/DVD-ROM Test in the Diagnostic Program. Refer to Chapter 3, Tests
and Diagnostics for more information on how to perform the test program.
Prepare the tools before the test.
If any error is detected by the test, go to Procedure 2.
Procedure 2
Connector Check and Replacement Check
The connection of optical disk drive and system board may be defective. Otherwise, they may
be faulty. Disassemble the computer following the steps described in Chapter 4 and perform
the following checks:
Check 1
Make sure optical disk drive is firmly connected to the connector on system board.
If the connection is loose, reconnect it firmly and return to Procedure 2. If the
problem still occurs, perform Check 2.
Check 2
Optical disk drive may be faulty. Replace it with a new one following the steps in
Chapter 4. If the problem still occurs, perform Check 3.
Check 3
System board may be faulty. Replace it with new one following the instructions in
Chapter 4.
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2.11 Modem Troubleshooting
To check if modem is malfunctioning or not, follow the troubleshooting procedures below as
instructed.
Procedure 1:
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check
Procedure 2:
Connector Check and Replacement Check
Procedure 1
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check
Execute Modem test in the LAN/Modem/Bluetooth/IEEE1394 test program. Refer to Chapter
3, Tests and Diagnostics for more information on how to perform the test program.
If any error is detected, perform Procedure 2.
Procedure 2
Connector Check and Replacement Check
MDC (Modem Daughter Card) is used as the modem for this computer. MDC is connected to
system board by connector CN31(Santa Rosa) or CN29(NAPA). And also, MDC is connected
to system and LAN board by modem cable. If modem malfunctions, the connection of cable,
board and module may be defective. Otherwise, they may be faulty.
Disassemble the computer following the steps described in Chapter 4 and perform the
following checks:
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Check 1
Make sure the following connections are firmly connected.
If any connector is disconnected, connect it firmly and return to Procedure 1. If the
problem still occurs, perform Check 2.
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Check 2
Modem cable may be faulty. Replace it with a new one. If the problem still occurs,
perform Check 3.
Check 3
MDC may be faulty. Replace it with a new one following the steps in Chapter 4. If
the problem still occurs, perform Check 4.
Check 4
Cable between MDC and system board may be faulty. Replace it with a new one
following the instructions in Chapter 4. If the problem still occurs, perform Check
5.
Check 6
System board may be faulty. Replace it with a new one following the instruction in
Chapter 4.
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2.12 LAN Troubleshooting
To check if the computer’s LAN is malfunctioning or not, follow the troubleshooting
procedures below as instructed.
Procedure 1:
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check
Procedure 2:
Connector Check and Replacement Check
Procedure 1
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check
Execute LAN test in the LAN/Modem test program. Refer to Chapter 3, Tests and Diagnostics
for more information on how to perform the test program.
If any error is detected by the test, go to Procedure 2.
Procedure 2
Connector Check and Replacement Check
The LAN function is embedded on system board. If LAN malfunctions, its connection is
defective or LAN cable and system board may be faulty.
Check 1
Make sure LAN cable is firmly connected to the connector CN9. If the problem
still occurs, perform Check 2.
Check 2
LAN cable may be faulty. Replace it with a new one. If the problem still occurs,
perform Check 3.
Check 3
System board may be faulty. Replace it with a new one following the instruction in
Chapter 4.
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2.13 Wireless LAN Troubleshooting
To check if the computer's Wireless LAN is malfunctioning or not, follow the troubleshooting
procedures below as instructed.
Procedure 1: Transmitting-Receiving Check
Procedure 2: Antennas' Connection Check
Procedure 3: Replacement Check
Procedure 1
Transmitting-Receiving Check
Before starting the test, make sure the wireless communication switch is set in the ON
position.
Check 1
Execute Wireless LAN test program to check the transmitting-receiving function
of wireless LAN. You will need a second computer that can communicate by
wireless LAN. Perform the test following the instructions described in Chapter 3.
If the computer passes the test, the function is correctly working. If the computer
does not pass the test, perform Procedure 2.
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Procedure 2
Antennas' Connection Check
The wireless LAN function-wiring diagram is shown below:
Any of the connections may be defective. Disassemble the computer following the steps
described in Chapter 4, Replacement Procedures, and perform the following checks:
Check 1
Make sure the wireless communication switch is “On”.
If the switch is “Off”, turn it “On”. If the problem still occurs, perform Check 2.
Check 2
Make sure wireless LAN card (Mini-PCI) is firmly connected to the CN2200 on
system board. If the connector is defective, connect it firmly and perform
Procedure 1. If the problem still occurs, perform Check 3.
Check 3
Make sure that wireless LAN antenna cables (black and white) are firmly
connected to the connectors on Wireless LAN card. If wireless LAN antenna
cables are not connected properly, connect them firmly and perform Procedure 1.
If the problem still occurs, go to the procedure 3.
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Procedure 3
Replacement Check
Wireless LAN card, wireless LAN antenna or system board may be faulty. Refer to Chapter 4,
Replacement Procedures, for instructions on how to disassemble the computer and then
perform the following checks:
Check 1
Wireless LAN antenna may be faulty. Replace it with a new one following the
instructions in Chapter 4, Replacement Procedures. If the problem still occurs,
perform Check 2.
Check 2
Wireless LAN card may be faulty. Replace it with a new one following the
instructions in Chapter 4, Replacement Procedures. If the problem still occurs,
perform Check 3.
Check3
System board may be faulty. Replace it with a new one following the instructions
in Chapter 4, Replacement Procedures.
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2.14 Sound Troubleshooting
To check if the sound function is malfunctioning or not, follow the troubleshooting procedures
below as instructed.
Procedure 1: Connector Check
Procedure 2:
Procedure 1
Replacement Check
Connector Check
The connection of sound system is shown in the following figure.
As the connection may be defective, disassemble the PC and check each connection.
If the problem still occurs, go to Procedure 2.
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Procedure 2
Replacement Check
‰ If External microphone/Headphone does not work properly, perform check 1.
‰ If Internal microphone /Speaker does not work properly, perform check 2.
‰ If HP out does not work properly, perform check 3.
‰ If Volume control does not work properly, perform check 4.
Check 1
External microphone/Headphone may be faulty. Replace it with a new one
following the steps in Chapter 4. If the problem still occurs, perform Check 5.
Check 2
Internal microphone /Speaker may be faulty. Replace it with a new one following
the steps in Chapter 4. If the problem still occurs, perform Check 5.
Check 3
HP out may be faulty. Replace it with a new one following the steps in Chapter 4.
If the problem still occurs, perform Check 5.
Check 4
Volume control may be faulty. Replace it with a new one following the steps in
Chapter 4. If the problem still occurs, perform Check 6.
Check 5
Flat cable between AD board/Speaker and system board may be faulty. Replace it
with new cable following the instructions in Chapter 4. If the problem still occurs,
perform Check 6.
Check 6
Audio board/System board may be faulty. Replace it with a new one following the
instructions in Chapter 4.
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2.15 Fingerprint Troubleshooting
To check if the computer’s Fingerprint is malfunctioning or not, follow the troubleshooting
procedures below as instructed.
Procedure 1: Connector Check and Replacement Check
Procedure 1
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check
Execute Fingerprint test in the test program. Refer to Chapter 3, Tests and Diagnostics for
more information on how to perform the test program.
If any error is detected, perform Procedure 2.
Procedure 2
Connector Check and Replacement Check
The Fingerprint function is embedded on system board. If Fingerprint malfunctions, its
connection is defective or Fingerprint cable and system board may be faulty.
Check 1
Make sure Fingerprint cable is firmly connected to the connector CN14(Santa
Rosa) or CN8(NAPA). If the problem still occurs, perform Check 2.
Check 2
Fingerprint cable may be faulty. Replace it with a new one. If the problem still
occurs, perform Check4.
Check 3
Fingerprint may be faulty. Replace it with a new one following the steps in
Chapter 4. If the problem still occurs, perform Check 4.
Check 4
System board may be faulty. Replace it with a new one following the instruction in
Chapter 4.
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2.16 Bluetooth Troubleshooting
To check if the computer’s Bluetooth is malfunctioning or not, follow the troubleshooting
procedure below as instructed.
Procedure 1: Connector Check and Replacement Check
Procedure 1
Connector Check and Replacement Check
The Bluetooth function is connected to system board. If Bluetooth malfunctions, its
connection is defective or Bluetooth cable and system board may be faulty.
Check 1 Make sure Bluetooth cable is firmly connected to the connector CN9(Santa Rosa)
or CN13(NAPA). If the problem still occurs, perform Check 2.
Check 2
Bluetooth cable may be faulty. Replace it with a new one. If the problem s till
occurs, perform Check 3.
Check 3
Bluetooth may be faulty. Replace it with a new one following the steps in Chapter
4. If the problem still occurs, perform Check 4.
Check 4
System board may be faulty. Replace it with a new one following the instruction in
Chapter 4.
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Chapter 3
Diagnostic Programs
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Chapter 3 Contents
3.1
Tests and Diagnostics Software Overview ............................................................... 3
3.2
Executing the Diagnostic Test .................................................................................. 4
3.3
Subtest names............................................................................................................ 8
3.4
System Test............................................................................................................. 11
3.5
Memory Test........................................................................................................... 13
3.6
Keyboard Test......................................................................................................... 17
3.7
Display Test ............................................................................................................ 20
3.8
Floppy Disk Test..................................................................................................... 35
3.9
Hard Disk Test ........................................................................................................ 37
3.10 Real Time Clock Test ............................................................................................. 40
3.11 Cache Memory Test................................................................................................ 42
3.12 High Resolution Display Test................................................................................. 44
3.13 Multimedia Test ...................................................................................................... 50
3.14 MEMORY2 Test..................................................................................................... 51
3.15 Error Codes and Error Status Names ...................................................................... 53
3.16 Running Test........................................................................................................... 55
3.17 DMI INFOEMATION ............................................................................................ 56
3.17.1
Check DMI Information ................................................................................. 56
3.17.2
Write DMI Information................................................................................... 56
3.17.3
Computrace Disabled...................................................................................... 58
3.18 Log Utilities ............................................................................................................ 59
3.18.1
Operations ....................................................................................................... 59
3.19 System Configuration ............................................................................................. 61
3.20 Running Test Edit Item........................................................................................... 62
3.20.1
Function Description....................................................................................... 62
3.20.2
Operation Description..................................................................................... 62
3.21 Common Tests and Operation ................................................................................ 64
3.21.1
How to operate a window ............................................................................... 64
3.21.2
How to Stop the Test Program........................................................................ 64
3.21.3
Test Status Screen ........................................................................................... 64
3.21.4
Test Stop Display............................................................................................ 66
3.21.5
How to enter data ............................................................................................ 66
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3.1
Tests and Diagnostics Software Overview
This chapter explains how to use the Tests and Diagnostics Software for the Satellite M300
and Satellite Pro M300 computer systems.
NOTES: Before starting the Tests and Diagnostics software:
1. Check all cables for loose connections.
2. Exit any application and close Windows.
The Diagnostics Menu consists of the following options:
‰ Diagnostic Test
‰ Running Test
‰ DMI Information
‰ Log Utilities
‰ System Configuration
‰ Option
The Diagnostic Test Menu consists of the following functional tests:
‰ System Test
‰ Memory Test
‰ Keyboard Test
‰ Display Test
‰ Floppy Disk Test
‰ Hard Disk Test
‰ Real Time Clock Test
‰ Cache Memory Test
‰ High Resolution Display Test
‰ Multimedia Test
‰ Memory2 Test
‰ FDD & HDD Error Retry Count Set
The following equipment is required to perform some of the diagnostic test programs:
‰ The Diagnostics Disk (all tests)
‰ A formatted working disk for the floppy disk drive test (all tests)
‰ A CD test media (Toshiba Backup CD ROM for the CD-ROM test)
The following sections detail the tests contained within the Diagnostic Test Menu. Refer to
Sections 3.18, 3.19, 3.20 and, 3.21 for detailed information on the remaining functions of the
Tests and Diagnostics software.
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3.2
Executing the Diagnostic Test
DOS is required to run the Diagnostics Program. To start the programs follow these steps:
1. Create a DOS bootable disk and copy all the files from the Tests and Diagnostics
software to the disk.
2. Insert the boot disk into the computer’s floppy disk drive and turn on the computer.
The following screen displays:
TOSHIBA Satellite(Pro) M300 Diagnostics
Version v1.00 (C) Copyright QUANTA Corp. 2005-
ESC
::Select item
:Escape
[ DIAGNOSTICS MENU ]
01.DIAGNOSTIC TEST
02.RUNNING TEST
03.DMI INFORMATION
04.LOG UTILITIES
05.SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
06.OPTION
99.EXIT
3. To select the Diagnostic Test from the Diagnostics Menu use the arrow keys to set the
highlight bar to 01 and press Enter.
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The following menu displays:
TOSHIBA Satellite(Pro) M300 Diagnostics
Version V1.00 (C) Copyright QUANTA Corp. 2005-
ESC
::Select item
:Escape
[ DIAGNOSTICS MENU ]
01.
02.
03.
04.
05.
01.
01.
06.
02.
99.
03.
04.
05.
06.
07.
DIAGNOSTIC TEST
RUNNING TEST
DMI INFORMATION [ DIAGNOSTIC TEST MENU ]
LOG UTILITIES
SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION
SYSTEM TEST
TEST
08. CACHE MEMORY TEST
SYSTEM
OPTION
MEMORY TEST
09. HIGH RESOLUTION DISPLAY TEST
EXIT
KEYBOARD TEST
10. MULTIMEDIA TEST
DISPLAY TEST
11. MEMORY2 TEST
FLOPPY DISK TEST
88. FDD&HDD ERROR RETRY COUNT SET
HARD DISK TEST
99. EXIT TO DIAGNOSTICS MENU
REAL TIME CLOCK TEST
:Select item Enter:Decision item Esc:Escape
Refer to Sections 3.4 through 3.14 for detailed descriptions of Diagnostics Tests 1 through
11. Item 88 sets the floppy disk drive and hard disk drive error retry count. Item 99 exits the
submenu of the Diagnostic Test and returns to the Diagnostics Menu.
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4. Select the subtest you want to execute and press Enter. The following menu displays:
TOSHIBA Satellite(Pro) M300 Diagnostics
Version V1.00 (C) Copyright QUANTA Corp. 2005-
ESC
: :Select item
:Escape
[ DIAGNOSTICS MENU ]
[ SYSTEM TEST ]
01. DIAGNOSTIC TEST
02. RUNNING TEST
01. FAN ON/OFF
03. DMI INFORMATION
01.
FAN
ON/OFF
02.TEST
Battery
[ DIAGNOSTIC
MENU Test
]
04. LOG UTILITIES
03.
CPU
Temperature
05. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
DIAGNOSTIC
TEST MENU
01.
SYSTEM
01.OPTION
SYSTEM TEST
TEST
9. 99.
REALExit
TIMEtoCLOCK
TEST
06.
02.
MEMORY
TEST
08.
CACHE
MEMORY
TEST
99. EXIT
03. KEYBOARD TEST
09. HIGH RESOLUTION DISPLAY TEST
04. DISPLAY TEST
10. MULTIMEDIA TEST
05. FLOPPY DISK TEST
11. MEMRY2 TEST
06. HARD DISK TEST
88. FDD&HDD ERROR RETRY COUNT SET
07. REAL TIME CLOCK TEST 99. EXIT TO DIAGNOSTICS MENU
5. Select the desired test from the subtest menu and press Enter. The following Test
Parameter menu displays:
TOSHIBA Satellite(Pro) M300 Diagnostics
Version V1.00 (C) Copyright QUANTA Corp. 2005-
ESC
: :Select item
:Escape
[ DIAGNOSTICS MENU ]
[ SYSTEM TEST ]
[ TEST PARAMETER ]
01. DIAGNOSTIC TEST
01.
01. FAN
FAN ON/OFF
01.
Go
01.TEST
Go To
To Test
Test02. Battery Test
02. RUNNING
02. Test Loop 03.: CPU
YESTemperature
03. DISK UTILITIES
[ DIAGNOSTIC
TEST
MENU ]
03. Error
Stop99.: Exit
NO to
04. LOG UTILITIES
DIAGNOSTIC TEST MENU
05. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
01.
TEST
09. REAL TIME CLOCK TEST
01. SYSTEM
SYSTEM
TEST
06.
OPTION
02.
MEMORY
TEST
10. NPX TEST
99.KEYBOARD
EXIT
03.
TEST
11. HIGH RESOLUTION DISPLAY TEST
04. DISPLAY TEST
12. MULTIMEDIA TEST
05. FLOPPY DISK TEST
13. USB TEST
06. HARD DISK TEST
14. MEMORY2 TEST
07. REAL TIME CLOCK TEST 88. FDD&HDD ERROR RETRY COUNT SET
99. EXIT TO DIAGNOSTICS MENU
Use the arrow keys to highlight the desired option and press Enter.
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NOTES: The Item2 and 3 of Test Parameter are not used by some tests.
Go To Test
Move the highlight bar to Go To Test and press Enter to start executing the test.
Test Loop
Select NO to return the screen to the subtest menu after the test is complete.
Select YES to set the test to run continuously until it is halted by the user.
Error Stop
Select NO to keep the test running even if an error is found.
Select YES to stop the test program when an error is found and display the HALT
OPERATION screen as shown below:
[[ HALT OPERATION ]]
1: Test end
2: Continue
3: Retry
These three selections have the following functions:
1: Terminates the test program and exits to the subtest menu.
2: Continues the test from the error.
3: Restarts the test from the beginning.
Use the arrow keys to move the cursor to the desired option and press Enter.
Table 3-1 in Section 3.3 lists the function of each test on the subtest menu. Table 3-2 in
Section 3.15 lists the error codes and error status for each error.
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3.3
Subtest names
Table 3-1 lists the subtest names for each test program in the Diagnostic
Test menu.
Table 3-1 Subtest Names(1/3)
No.
01
02
03
04
8
Test Name
SYSTEM TEST
MEMORY TEST
KEYBOARD TEST
DISPLAY TEST
No.
Subtest Name
01
FAN ON/OFF check
02
Battery TEST
03
CPU Temperature
01
Conventional Memory
02
Protected Mode
03
Protected Mode (32MB-MAX)
04
RAM Refresh
05
Stress Test
01
Pressed Key Display [87J KBD]
02
Pressed Key Display [87 KBD]
03
Pressed Key Display [86 KBD]
04
Hot Key Display [7 KBD]
05
Hot Key Display [1 KBD]
06
PS/2 Mouse (Pointing 2Button)
01
Character Attributes
02
Character Set
03
80* 25 Character Display
04
320* 200 Graphics Display
05
640* 200 Graphics Display
06
640* 480 Graphics Display
07
Display Page
08
“H” Pattern Display
09
Video DAC Register W/R/C
10
Color Graphics Display
11
Color Attributes Display
12
Color Tiling
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No.
05
06
07
08
09
Test Name
FLOPPY DISK TEST
No.
Subtest Name
01
Sequential Read
02
Sequential W/R/C
03
Random Address/Data
04
Write Specified Address
05
Read Specified Address
01
Sequential Read
02
Address Uniqueness
03
Random Address Data
04
Cross Talk and Peek Shift
05
Write Specified Address
06
Read Specified Address
07
Sequential Write
08
W-R-C Specified Address
01
Real Time Test
02
Backup Memory Test
03
Real Time Carry Test
01
Constant Data Test
02
Address Pattern Test
03
Increment/Decrement Test
04
Bit Shift Pattern Test
05
*Write Disturb Test
06
Checker Board Test
07
Marching Test
08
Working Data Test
HIGH RESOLUTION
01
VRAM W/R/C Test
DISPLAY TEST
02
640* 480 Mode Display
03
800* 600 Mode Display
04
1024* 768 Mode Display
05
“H” Pattern Display
06
Focus Test (“E” Pattern)
HARD DISK TEST
REAL TIME CLOCK
TEST
CACHE MEMORY
TEST
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Table 3-1 Subtest Names(3/3)
No.
10
11
Test Name
MULTIMEDIA TEST
MEMORY2
No.
Subtest Name
01
Sequential Read Test
02
Random Read Test
03
Read Specified Address Test
04
1 point W/R/C Test
01
All one/zero Test
02
Walking 1/Walking 0 Test(Left)
03
Walking 1/Walking 0 Test(Right)
04
Walking 1/Walking 0 Test(Left /Right)
*This test cannot support.
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3.4
System Test
To execute the System Test select 01 from the Diagnostic Test Menu, press Enter and follow
the directions on the screen. The System Test contains three subtests. Move the highlight bar
to the subtest you want to execute and press Enter.
Subtest 01
FAN ON/OFF Checking
Select 1,2,3 to control FAN on/off , 1=Fan on , 2=Fan off , 3=Exit .
[BU1FAN.EXE] Program Version : 1.0
1: Fan On 2: Fan Off 3: Exit
Fan1 Status On Fan1RPM : 5000 or Fan1 Status OFF Fan1RPM : 0
Subtest 02
Battery Test
This will display battery information for check , press [ESC] to exit .
[BOIPCU.EXE] Program Version : 1.0 03-27-2007
voltage
: 12522 mV
Remaining capacity alarm
temperature
: 24.4 ‘C
Remaining time alarm
current
: 1330 mA
Battery mode
average current
: 1327 mA
AtRate
relative state of charge : 93 %
At rate time to full
absolute state of charge : 89 %
At rate time to empty
remaining capacity
: 3546 mAh
At rate O. K.
full charge capacity
: 3800 mAh
Maximun error
run time to empty
: -1 min.
Charging current
average time to empty
: -1 min.
Charging voltage
average time to full
: 101 min.
Manufacturer name
cycle count
: 10 times
Device name
design capacity
: 4000 mAh
Device chemistry
design voltage
: 11100 mV
Manufacturer data
specification information : 2.1
Manufacture date
serial no.
: 32009
STATUS
: INIT
: 400 mAh
: 10 min
:0
: 0 mA
: 65535 min
: 65535 min
: FFFF
:2%
: 2800 mA
: 12600 mA
: SANYO
: NS2P3SZDNVWR
: LION
:0
: 9/13/2005
Press [ESC] KEY to exit
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Subtest 03
CPU Temperature
This will display CPU Temperature for check , press [ESC] to exit .
[CPU_TEMP.EXE] Program Version : 1.0 03-27-2007
CPU Temperature : XX
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3.5
Memory Test
To execute the Memory Test select 02 from the Diagnostic Test Menu, press Enter and
follow the directions on the screen. The Memory Test contains five subtests that test the
computer’s memory. Move the highlight bar to the subtest you want to execute and press
Enter.
NOTE: If NO is selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter menu, the Test Status
screen displays while the test is executing. When the test is complete the Memory Test
menu displays.
If YES is selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter menu, the Test Status screen
displays while the test is executing. Press Ctrl + break to return to the Memory Test menu.
Subtest 01
Conventional Memory
This subtest first writes test data patterns to conventional memory (0 to 640
KB), then reads the new data and compares the result with the original data
patterns.
If a compare error occurs, the write data, read data, and test address display on
the screen. Addresses are displayed in 4KB increments during the test.
Test Process:
1. Byte Enable Test
One bit write/ 8 bit read” is executed and the new data is compared
with the original data.
Test data = CCAA5533H, 80000000H
2. Byte Enable Test
“One bit write/16 bit read” is executed and the new data is compared
with the original data.
Test data = CCAA5533H, 80000000H
3. Data bus test
“One bit write/16 bit read” is executed and the new data is compared
with the original data.
Test data = 1H, 2H, 4H, 8H, 10H, through 80000000H.
4. Fixed data test
“16 bit write/ 16 bit read” is executed and the new data is compared
to the original data.
Test data = FFFFFFFFH, 00000000H, 80018001H
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5. Address pattern test
“16 bit write and 16 bit read” of address pattern data is executed and
the new data is compared with the original data.
Test data = 0000H, 0004H, 0008H, 000CH,...8000H, 8004H, through
FFECH
Subtest 02
Protected Mode
This subtest first writes data patterns and address data from 1 to 32 MB, then
reads the new data and compares the result with the original data patterns.
Addresses are displayed in 64KB increments during the test.
.
Test Process:
1. Byte Enable Test
One bit write/ 8 bit read” is executed and the new data is compared
with the original data.
Test data = CCAA5533H, 80000000H
2. Byte Enable Test
“One bit write/16 bit read” is executed and the new data is compared
with the original data.
Test data = CCAA5533H, 80000000H
3. Data bus test
“One bit write/16 bit read” is executed and the new data is compared
with the original data.
Test data = 1H, 2H, 4H, 8H, 10H, through 80000000H.
4. Fixed data test
“16 bit write/ 16 bit read” is executed and the new data is compared
to the original data.
Test data = FFFFFFFFH, 00000000H, 80018001H
5. Address pattern test
“16 bit write and 16 bit read” of address pattern data is executed and
the new data is compared with the original data.
Test data = 0000H, 0004H, 0008H, 000CH,...8000H, 8004H, through
FFECH
Subtest 03
Protected Mode [32MB - MAX]
This subtest first writes data patterns and address data from 32MB to the
maximum installed memory, reads the new data, and then compares the result
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with the original data patterns. Addresses are displayed in 64KB increments
during the test.
Test Process:
1. Byte Enable Test
One bit write/ 8 bit read” is executed and the new data is compared
with the original data.
Test data = CCAA5533H, 80000000H
2. Byte Enable Test
“One bit write/16 bit read” is executed and the new data is compared
with the original data.
Test data = CCAA5533H, 80000000H
3. Data bus test
“One bit write/16 bit read” is executed and the new data is compared
with the original data.
Test data = 1H, 2H, 4H, 8H, 10H, through 80000000H.
4. Fixed data test
“16 bit write/ 16 bit read” is executed and the new data is compared
to the original data.
Test data = FFFFFFFFH, 00000000H, 80018001H
5. Address pattern test
“16 bit write and 16 bit read” of address pattern data is executed and
the new data is compared with the original data.
Test data = 0000H, 0004H, 0008H, 000CH,...8000H, 8004H, through
FFECH
Subtest 04
RAM Refresh
This subtest writes a data pattern (CCAA5533H ) in 4KB from 0 to the
maximum installed memory, then waits for a memory refresh cycle (16 ms or
more), reads the new data, and compares the result with the original data
pattern.
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Test Process:
1. Checks the memory size to determine the maximum size of installed
memory.
2. Tests memory addresses 0 to the maximum installed.
3. Writes, reads, and compares test data after a memory refresh cycle
(16ms or more).
NOTE: There may be a short delay between write and read operations,
depending on the memory size.
Subtest 05
Stress Test
This subtest writes the following 16KB data patterns to the Write/Read Buffer
in conventional memory.
data:
16
FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF0000000000000000
5555555555555555AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC3333333333333333
0000000000000000FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA5555555555555555
3333333333333333CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC
FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF0000000000000000
0000000000000000FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
5555555555555555AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA5555555555555555
CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC3333333333333333
3333333333333333CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC
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3.6
Keyboard Test
To execute the Keyboard Test select 03 from the Diagnostic Test Menu, press Enter and
follow the directions on the screen. The Keyboard Test contains five subtests that test the
computer’s keyboard and mouse actions. Move the highlight bar to the subtest you want to
execute and press Enter.
NOTE: The Test Loop and Error Stop parameters are not enabled for the Keyboard test.
Subtest 01
Pressed Key Display [87J Keyboard]
When you execute this subtest, the keyboard layout is drawn on the display.
When any key is pressed, the corresponding key on the screen changes from
light to dark. Holding a key down enables the auto-repeat function which
causes the key’s display character to blink.
[[[ Press Key Display ]]]
Layout of a keyboard (87 keys)
Subtest 02
Pressed Key Display [87 Keyboard]
This subtest is used for the 87 keyboard and functions the same as Subtest 1.
Subtest 03
Pressed Key Display [86 Keyboard]
This subtest is used for the 86 keyboard and functions the same as Subtest 1.
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Subtest 04
Hot Key Display [7 Key]
This subtest is used for the 7 hot key and functions the same as Subtest 1.
MUTE MUSIC PLAY STOP BACK NEXT WLAN
Subtest 05
Hot Key Display [1 Key]
This subtest is used for the 1 hot key and functions the same as Subtest 1.
WLAN
Subtest 06
PS/2 Mouse (Pointing)
This subtest checks the function of mouse as shown below.
A) Pointing device (mouse)
B) Mouse buttons
Please move cursor to upper left and press left button , screen will display
<PRESS> in left rectangle , move cursor to lower right and press right
button , screen will display <PRESS> in right rectangle , the program exit .
If left and right button short , screen will display <Left and Right Button
maybe short > , the program exit .
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LEFT
PRESS
TOUCH_PAD TEST
RIGHT
PRESS
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3.7
Display Test
To execute the Display Test select 04 from the Diagnostic Test Menu, press Enter and
follow the directions displayed on the screen. The Display Test contains twelve subtests that
test the display in various modes. Move the highlight bar to the subtest you want to execute
and press Enter.
Subtest 01
Character Attributes
This subtest displays character attributes and color attributes. The character
attributes are: normal, intensified, reverse, and blinking. The color attributes
are: blue, red, magenta, cyan, yellow, and white. These seven colors each
display a background color, foreground color and high resolution color. The
screen below displays when this subtest is executed.
CHARACTER ATTRIBUTES
NEXT LINE SHOWS NORMAL DISPLAY
NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN
NEXT LINE SHOWS INTENSIFIED DISPLAY
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
NEXT LINE SHOWS REVERSE DISPLAY
RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR
RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR
NEXT LINE
SHOWS BLINKING DISPLAY
BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB
BLUE
RED
MAGENTA
GREEN
CYAN
YELLOW
WHITE
Press
[ Enter ] KEY
To exit this subtest and return to the Display Test menu:
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Press Enter if NO was selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter Menu.
Press Ctrl + break if YES was selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter
Menu.
Subtest 02
Character Set
This subtest displays the character codes 00H - FFH, using Mode 01H
(40*25). The screen below displays when this subtest is executed.
CHARACTER SET IN 40*25
Press
[Enter] Key
To exit this subtest and return to the Display Test menu:
Press Enter if NO was selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter Menu.
Press Ctrl + break if YES was selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter
Menu.
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Subtest 03
80 * 25 Character Display
This subtest uses 80*25 video resolution to display character codes 20H 7EH using Mode 03H (80*25). The data displayed is shifted 1 byte to the left
for each line as shown below.
80*25 CHARACTER DISPLAY
01234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456789
!”#$%&’()*=,.-/0123456789:;Ù?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]^_’abcdefghIjklmno
!”#$%&’()*=,.-/0123456789:;Ù?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]^_’abcdefghIjkl mnop
”#$%&’()*=,.-/0123456789:;Ù?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]^_’abcdefghIjklmnopq
#$%&’()*=,.-/0123456789:;Ù?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]^_’abcdefghIjklmnopqr
$%&’()*=,.-/0123456789:;Ù?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]^_’abcdefghIjklmnopqrs
%&’()*=,.-/0123456789:;Ù?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]^_’abcdefghIjklmnopqrst
&’()*=,.-/0123456789:;Ù?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]^_’abcdefghIjkl mnopqrstu
’()*=,.-/0123456789:;Ù?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]^_’abcdefghIjklmnopqrstuv
Shifted to the left one letter by one letter.
23456789:;Ù?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]^_’abcdef gh I j k l mnopqrst
3456789:;Ù?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]^_’abcdef gh I j k l mnopqrst
456789:;Ù?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]^_’abcdef gh I j k l mnopqrst
Press [Enter] KEY
To exit this subtest and return to the Display Test menu:
Press Enter if NO was selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter Menu.
Press Ctrl + break if YES was selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter
Menu.
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Subtest 04
320 * 200 Character Display
This subtest uses 320*200 video resolution to display green, red and yellow
followed by cyan, magenta, and white. The screen below shows the displays
when this subtest is executed.
320 * 200 GRAPHICS DISPLAY
COLOR SET 0 : [ 4 ]
GREEN
CYAN
RED
MAGENTA
YELLOW
WHITE
Press ENTER to display the following sixteen colors: black, blue, green,
cyan, red, magenta, brown, white, dark gray, light blue, light green, light cyan,
light red, light magenta, yellow, and intensified white.
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320*200 GRAPHICS DISPLAY
BLACK
:
[ D ]
D
GRAY
BLUE
L
BLUE
GREEN
L
GREEN
CYAN
L
CYAN
RED
L
RED
MAGENTA
L
MAGENTA
BROWN
YELLOW
WHITE
I
WHITE
Press [Enter] KEY
Press ENTER to display 64 gradations of red, green, blue and white on the
screen
320*200 GRAPHICS DISPLAY
:
[ 13 ]
64 gradations of red are displayed.
64 gradations of green are displayed.
64 gradations of blue are displayed.
64 gradations of white are displayed.
Press [Enter] KEY
To exit this subtest and return to the Display Test menu:
Press Enter if NO was selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter Menu.
Press Ctrl + break if YES was selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter
Menu.
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Subtest 05
640 * 200 Character Display
This subtest uses 640*200 video resolution to display three windows, each
window drives a different set of dots: even dots, odd dots and all dots. The
screen below displays when this subtest is executed.
640 * 200 GRAPHICS DISPLAY
EVEN DOTS
DRIVEN
: [ 6 ]
ODD DOTS
DRIVEN
ALL DOTS
DRIVEN
Press ENTER to display the following 16 colors: black, blue, green, cyan,
red, magenta, brown, white, dark gray, light blue, light green, light cyan, light
red, light magenta, yellow, and intensified white.
640*200 GRAPHICS DISPLAY
:
[ E ]
BLACK
DARK
GRAY
BLUE
LIGHT
GREEN
LIGHT GREEN
CYAN
LIGHT
CYAN
RED
LIGHT
RED
MAGENTA
LIGHT
MAGENTA
BROWN
YELLOW
WHITE
INTENSIFIED WHITE
BLUE
Press [Enter] KEY
To exit this subtest and return to the Display Test menu:
Press Enter if NO was selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter Menu.
Press Ctrl + break if YES was selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter
Menu.
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Subtest 06
640 * 480 Character Display
This subtest uses 640*350 video resolution to display 16 colors: black, blue,
green, cyan, red, magenta, brown, white, dark gray, light blue, light green,
light cyan, light red, light magenta, yellow, and intensified white. The screen
below displays when this subtest is executed.
640*350 GRAPHICS DISPLAY
:
[10 ]
BLACK
DARK
GRAY
BLUE
LIGHT
GREEN
LIGHT GREEN
CYAN
LIGHT
CYAN
RED
LIGHT
RED
MAGENTA
LIGHT
MAGENTA
BROWN
YELLOW
WHITE
INTENSIFIED WHITE
BLUE
Press [Enter] KEY
Press ENTER to display the following 16 colors: black, blue, green, cyan,
red, magenta, brown, white, dark gray, light blue, light green, light cyan, light
red, light magenta, yellow, and intensified white using 640*480 video
resolution.
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640*480 GRAPHICS DISPLAY
:
[12 ]
BLACK
DARK
GRAY
BLUE
LIGHT
GREEN
LIGHT GREEN
CYAN
LIGHT
CYAN
RED
LIGHT
RED
MAGENTA
LIGHT
MAGENTA
BROWN
YELLOW
WHITE
INTENSIFIED WHITE
BLUE
Press [Enter] KEY
To exit this subtest and return to the Display Test menu:
Press Enter if NO was selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter Menu.
Press Ctrl + break if YES was selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter
Menu.
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Subtest 07
Display Page
This subtest displays video pages zero through seven.
DISPLAY PAGE 0
000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
............................................................0
0............................................................0
0............................................................0
0............................................................0
0............................................................0
0............................................................0
0............................................................0
0............................................................0
0............................................................0
0............................................................0
0............................................................0
0............................................................0
0............................................................0
0............................................................0
0............................................................0
0............................................................0
0............................................................0
0............................................................00
............................................................0
000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
To exit this subtest and return to the Display Test menu:
Press Enter if NO was selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter Menu.
Press Ctrl + break if YES was selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter
Menu.
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Subtest 08
"H" Pattern Display
This subtest displays a full screen of "H" patterns.
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
To exit this subtest and return to the Display Test menu:
Press Enter if NO was selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter Menu.
Press Ctrl + break if YES was selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter
Menu.
Subtest 9
Video DAC Register W/R/C
This subtest writes data patterns to the Video DAC register lookup table (PEL
Address register), then reads the new data, and compares the result to the
original data patterns. The original content of the Video DAC register is saved
in RAM and restored after the test is completed.
The test data patterns are 00H,15H, 2AH and 3FH.
NOTE: If NO is selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter menu,
“Screen will remain blank” displays on the screen while the test is
executing. When the test is complete the Display Test menu displays.
If YES is selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter menu, “The Screen
will remain blank” displays on the screen and then the screen flickers due
to the fast screen refresh while the test is executing. Press Ctrl + break to
return to the Display Test menu.
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Subtest 10
Color Graphics Display
This subtest displays three colors, cyan, white and yellow on the screen as
shown below.
640 * 480 GRAPHICS DISPLAY
CYAN
WHITE
YELLOW
To exit this subtest and return to the Display Test menu:
Press Enter if NO was selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter Menu.
Press Ctrl + break if YES was selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter
Menu.
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Subtest 11
Color Attributes Display
This subtest displays 16 colors: black, blue, green, cyan, red, magenta, brown,
white, dark gray, light blue, light green, light cyan, light red, light magenta,
yellow, and intensified white. The screen below displays when this subtest is
executed.
640*480 COLOR ATTRIBUTE DISPLAY
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
Press [Enter] Key
Pressing Enter executes VRAM mapping test which indicates vertical lines
Press Enter to execute the VRAM mapping test which displays a horizontal
line at one dot intervals using Mode 12.
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NOTE: The following screen does not display correctly. It will be
amended in the next version.
Press [Enter] Key
Press Enter to execute the VRAM mapping test which displays a vertical line
at four dot intervals using Mode 12.
Press [Enter] Key
Press Enter to display VRAM mapping test using the all dots Mode.
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Press [Enter] Key
To exit this subtest and return to the Display Test menu:
Press Enter if NO was selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter Menu.
Press Ctrl + break if YES was selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter
Menu.
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Subtest 12
Color Tiling
This subtest displays black, gray, white, and 3 gradations of red, green, and
blue as shown in the following display.
Black
Red
Green
Blue
Gray
Red
Gradation
Green
Gradation
Blue
Gradation
White
Red
Gradation
Green
Gradation
Blue
Gradation
To exit this subtest and return to the Display Test menu:
Press Enter if NO was selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter Menu.
Press Ctrl + break if YES was selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter
Menu.
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3.8
Floppy Disk Test
CAUTION: Before running the floppy disk test, prepare a formatted work disk. Remove
the diagnostics disk and insert the work disk into the FDD. The contents of the floppy disk
will be erased.
To execute the Floppy Disk Test select 05 from the Diagnostic Test Menu, press Enter and
follow the directions on the screen. The Floppy Disk Test contains five subtests that test the
FDD. Move the highlight bar to the subtest you want to execute and press Enter.
Subtest 01
Sequential Read
This subtest sequentially reads all the tracks (Tracks 0 to 79)on the floppy
disk.
Subtest 02
Sequential W/R/C
This subtest continuously writes the data pattern B5ADADh to all the
specified tracks selected in Subtest 01. The data pattern is then read and
compared to the original data.
Subtest 03
Random Address/Data
This subtest writes random data to random addresses on all tracks defined in
Subtest 01. The data is then read and compared to the original data.
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Subtest 04
Write Specified Address
NOTE: The first two digits of the ADDRESS indicate which track is being
tested, the next two digits indicates the head, and the last two digits
indicate the sector.
This subtest allows you to verify the errors from Subtest 02. It writes specified
data to a specified track and head. Use the Log Utilities (see Section 3.21) to
specify the track number and head number where the error(s) occurred during
Subtest 02. The following message displays on the screen to enter the test
data, track number, and head number.
TEST DATA ??
TRACK NO (00~79) ??
HEAD NO (0~1) ?
Subtest 05
Read Specified Address
This subtest reads data from a specified track and head.
The following message displays on the screen to enter the test track number
and head number.
TRACK NO (00~79) ??
HEAD NO (0~1) ?
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3.9
Hard Disk Test
To execute the Hard Disk Test select 06 from the Diagnostic Test Menu, press Enter and
follow the directions on the screen. The Hard Disk Test contains eight subtests that test the
functions of the hard disk drive. Move the highlight bar to the subtest you want to execute
and press Enter.
NOTES: The contents of the hard disk will be erased when subtest 02, 03, 04, 05, 07 or
08 is executed. Before running the test, transfer the contents of the hard disk to other disk.
A password is necessary to execute the Hard Disk Test. The password is: hard disk
Subtest 01
Sequential Read
This subtest sequentially reads all the tracks on the HDD starting at track 0.
When all tracks have been read, the test starts at the maximum track and reads
sequentially back to track 0.
Subtest 02
Address Uniqueness (This subtest need very long time)
This subtest writes unique address data to each sector of the HDD track-bytrack. The data written to each sector is then read and compared with the
original data. There are three ways the HDD can be read:
Subtest 03
• Forward sequential
• Reverse sequential
• Random
Random Address Data
This subtest writes random data to 1000 different random addresses on the
HDD. This data is then read and compared to the original data.
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Subtest 04
Cross Talk and Peak Shift
This subtest writes eight of the most likely to fail data patterns (shown below)
to a cylinder on the HDD, then reads the data while moving from cylinder to
cylinder.
Data Pattern
B5ADADH
4A5252H
EB6DB6H
149249H
63B63BH
9C49C4H
2DB6DBH
D24924H
Subtest 05
Write Specified Address
NOTE: This subtest is designed to run with the Test Loop set to NO. This
subtest is a debug tool and the operator should enter the Test Parameters
each time.
.
This subtest allows you to verify the errors from Subtest 01. It writes specified
data to a specified LBA. Use the Log Utilities (see Section 3.18) to specify the
LBA number where the error(s) occurred during Subtest 01. The following
message displays on the screen to enter the test data, and Sector count.
TEST DATA
??
SECTOR COUNT (01~39) ??
START ADDRESS (00000000~MAX Address) ?
Subtest 06
Read Specified Address
NOTE: This subtest is designed to run with the Test Loop set to NO. This
subtest is a debug tool and the operator should enter the Test Parameters
each time.
This subtest allows you to verify the errors from Subtest 01. It reads specified
data (Subtest 06) from a specified LBA. Use the Log Utilities (see Section
3.18) to specify the LBA number where the error(s) occurred during Subtest
01. The following message displays on the screen to enter the test sector
count.
SECTOR COUNT (01~39) ??
START ADDRESS (00000000~MAX Address) ?
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Subtest 07
Sequential Write
This subtest writes specified data to all cylinders on the HDD. The following
message displays on the screen to enter the test data.
TEST DATA
Subtest 08
????(=37b3H)
W-R-C Specified Address
This subtest writes specified data to a specified sector count, then reads and
compares the result. The following message displays on the screen to enter the
test data, sector count.
TEST DATA
????(=37b3H)
SECTOR COUNT (01~39) ??
START ADDRESS (00000000~Max Address) ?
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3.10 Real Time Clock Test
To execute the Real Time Clock Test select 07 from the Diagnostic Test Menu, press Enter
and follow the directions on the screen. The Real Time Clock Test contains three subtests
that test the computer’s real time functions. Move the highlight bar to the subtest you want to
execute and press Enter.
Subtest 01
Real Time
This subtest allows you to change the date and time. To execute the Real Time
Subtest, follow these steps:
1. Select Subtest 01 and the following displays:
[ REAL TIME TEST
]
Current date : mm-dd-yyyy
Current time : hh:mm:ss
Enter new date : mm-dd-yyyy
Enter new time : hh:mm:ss
Press [Enter] key to exit test
2. If the current date is not correct, enter the correct date at the "Enter new
date" prompt and press Enter. The following prompt displays:
Enter new time :
3. If the current time is not correct, enter the correct time using a 24-hour
format and press Enter.
NOTE: If NO is selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter menu, the
Real Time Clock Test menu displays.
If YES is selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter menu, the screen
above displays and the test is executed again. Press Ctrl + break to return
to the Real Time Clock Test menu.
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Subtest 02
Backup Memory
This subtest writes 50 bytes of test data (FFH, AAH, 55H, and 00H) to the
CMOS 14th address, then reads the new data and compares it to the original
data.
Subtest 03
Real Time Carry
CAUTION: When this subtest is executed, the current date and time are
reset.
This subtest checks the clock’s carry function.
[ REAL TIME CARRY TEST
]
Current date : 12-31-1999
Current time : 23:59:55
Press [Enter] key to exit test
The following is the display after the date carry function is executed.
[ REAL TIME CARRY TEST
]
Current date : 01-01-2000
Current time : 00:00:01
Press [Enter] key to exit test
To exit this subtest and return to the Real Time Clock menu:
Press Enter if NO was selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter Menu.
Press Ctrl + break if YES was selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter
Menu.
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3.11 Cache Memory Test
To execute the Cache Memory Test select 08 from the Diagnostic Test Menu, press Enter
and follow the directions on the screen. The Cache Memory Test contains eight subtests that
test the computer's cache memory. Move the highlight bar to the subtest you want to execute
and press Enter.
NOTE: If NO is selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter menu, the screen will
remain blank while the subtest is executing. When the test is complete the Cache Memory
Test menu displays.
If YES is selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter menu, the Test Status screen
displays while the subtest is executing. Press Ctrl + break to return to the Cache Memory
Test menu.
Subtest 01
Constant Data Test
This subtest reads the contents of cache memory and saves it into RAM. The
subtest then writes constant data (FFFFH, AAAAH, 5555H, 0101H, 0000H),
reads the new data and compares the result with the original data pattern. The
original cache memory content is then restored to the cache memory.
Subtest 02
Address Pattern Test
This subtest reads the contents of cache memory and saves it into RAM. The
subtest then writes address data patterns (0000H, 0001H, 0002H, through
3FFDH, 3FFEH, 3FFFH), reads the new data and compares the result with the
original data. The original cache memory content is then restored to the cache
memory.
Subtest 03
Increment/Decrement Test
This subtest reads the contents of cache memory and saves it into RAM. The
subtest then writes the increment data (00H, 01H, 02H, through FDH, FEH,
FFH), reads the new data and compares the result with the original data. After
comparing the incremental data, decrement data (FFH, FEH, FEH, through
02H, 01H, 00H) is written and the new data is read and compared with the
original data. The original cache memory content is then restored to the cache
memory.
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Subtest 04
Bit Shift Pattern Test
This subtest reads the contents of cache memory and saves it into RAM. The
subtest then writes the bit shift data patterns (1 bit shifted every 4 bytes), reads
the new data and compares the result with the original data. The original
cache memory content is then restored to the cache memory.
Subtest 05
Write Disturb Test (We can’t support this time)
This subtest reads the contents of cache memory and saves it into RAM. The
subtest then writes the “write disturb data,” reads the new data and compares
the result with the original data. The original cache memory content is then
restored to the cache memory.
Subtest 06
Checker Board Test
This subtest reads the contents of cache memory and saves it into RAM. The
subtest then writes the “checker board data,” (data which is inverted
front/back and left/right) reads the new data and compares the result with the
original data. The original cache memory content is then restored to the cache
memory.
Subtest 07
Marching Test
This subtest reads the contents of cache memory and saves it into RAM. The
subtest then writes the “marching data,” (00H through 01H and 01H through
00H) reads the new data and compares the result with the original data. The
original cache memory content is then restored to the cache memory.
Subtest 08
Working Data Test
This subtest reads the contents of cache memory and saves it into RAM. The
subtest then writes the “working data,” reads the new data and compares the
result with the original data. The original cache memory content is then
restored to the cache memory.
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3.12 High Resolution Display Test
To execute the High Resolution Display Test select 09 from the Diagnostic Test Menu, press
Enter and follow the directions on the screen. The High Resolution Display Test contains six
subtests that test the computer's high resolution video display. Move the highlight bar to the
subtest you want to execute and press Enter.
Subtest 01
VRAM W/R/C Test
This subtest writes address and data patterns to Video RAM, then reads the
values from the Video RAM and compares them to the original test patterns.
During the execution of this test 13 different color screens display: black,
green, green, blue, blue, red, red, red, black, white, pink, cyan, and black.
Test Process:
1. Sets the video display to 1024*768 mode
2. Bank change test
Writes 1 byte data in order 0, 1, through Fh, and compares the result,
at every bank, to the original data patterns.
3. Bit shift data test
Writes 01h data into addresses A000:0000h through A000:FFFFh for
each bank, reads the new data and, then compares the results with the
original data. Data is then shifted 1 bit to the left, and all bits (01h,
02h, 04h, 08h, through 80h) are tested again.
4. Fixed data test
Writes test data (in order FFh, AAh, 55h, 00h) into addresses
A000:0000h through A000:FFFFh for each bank by, reads the new
data and, then compares the results with the original data. Data is then
shifted 1 bit to the left, and all bits are tested again
NOTE: If NO is selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter menu, the
screen displays the colors listed above and then the High Resolution
Display Test menu displays.
If YES is selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter menu, the screen
displays the colors listed above. Press Ctrl + break to return to the High
Resolution Display Test menu.
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Subtest 02
640*480 Mode Display
This subtest uses 640*480 video resolution to display a high resolution white
frame, 256 letter types (8*16 pixels) and 64 gradations of white, red, green,
and blue as shown below.
[ 640*480 256 ]
Press [ Enter ]key
256 letter
types
indication
0---+---1---+---2---+---3---+---4---+---5---+---6--WHITE
64 gradations
RED
64 gradations
GREEN
64 gradations
64 gradations
BLUE
To exit this subtest and return to the High Resolution Display Test menu:
Press Enter if NO was selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter Menu.
Press Ctrl + break if YES was selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter
Menu.
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Subtest 03
800 * 600 Mode Display
This subtest uses 800*600 video resolution to display a high resolution white
frame, 256 letter types (8*16 pixels) and 256 gradations of white, red, green,
and blue as shown below.
Press [ Enter ] key
[ 800*600 256 ]
256 letter types
indication
0---+---1---+---2---+---3---+---4---+---5---+---6--WHITE
64 gradations
RED
64 gradations
GREEN
64 gradations
64 gradations
BLUE
To exit this subtest and return to the High Resolution Display Test menu:
Press Enter if NO was selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter Menu.
Press Ctrl + break if YES was selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter
Menu
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Subtest 04
1024* 768 Mode Display
This subtest uses 1024*768 video resolution to display a high resolution white
frame, 256 letter types (8*16 pixels) and 64 gradations of white, red, green,
and blue as shown below.
[ 1024*768 256 ]
Press [ Enter ] key
256 letter types
indication
0---+---1---+---2---+---3---+---4---+---5---+---6--WHITE
64 gradations
RED
64 gradations
GREEN
64 gradations
BLUE
64 gradations
To exit this subtest and return to the High Resolution Display Test menu:
Press Enter if NO was selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter Menu.
Press Ctrl + break if YES was selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter
Menu.
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Subtest 05
“H” Pattern Display
This subtest uses the 1024*768 Mode to display a high resolution white
frame, “H” letters (8*16 pixels fonts), at 128 letters by 48 lines.
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
To exit this subtest and return to the High Resolution Display Test menu:
Press Enter if NO was selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter Menu.
Press Ctrl + break if YES was selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter
Menu.
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Subtest 06
Focus Test ( “E” Pattern)
This subtest sets the 1024*768 Mode and displays “E” patterns (18*18 dot
fonts), at 56 letters *42 lines surrounded by a high resolution white frame.
To exit this subtest and return to the High Resolution Display Test menu:
Press Enter if NO was selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter Menu.
Press Ctrl + break if YES was selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter
Menu.
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3.13 Multimedia Test
To execute the Multimedia Test select 10 from the Diagnostic Test Menu, press Enter and
follow the directions on the screen. The Multimedia Test contains four subtests that test the
computer's multimedia functions. Move the highlight bar to the subtest you want to execute
and press Enter.
NOTE: Use the Toshiba Backup CD-ROM for Subtests 01, 02, and 03.
Subtest 01
Sequential Read Test
This subtest sequentially reads one block unit (2K bytes) of all logical
addresses from the test CD.
NOTE: If NO is selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter Menu, the
screen will remain blank while the subtest is executing. When the test is
complete the Multimedia Test menu displays.
If YES is selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter Menu, the Test
Status screen displays while the subtest is executing. Press Ctrl + break to
return to the Multimedia Test menu.
Subtest 02
Random Read Test
This subtest randomly reads all addresses.
Subtest 03
Read Specified Address Test
This subtest reads data from a specified block of addresses.
The following message displays on the screen to enter the start and end block
addresses:
START BLOCK ADDRESS ?
END BLOCK ADDRESS
?
Subtest 04
1 Point W/R/C (R/RW Media)
NOTE: Use CD-R or CD-RW, the CD-ROM and DVD cannot be used for
this subtest, and some DVD-dual can’t support this test.
This subtest writes specified data to a specified block count, then reads and
compares the result.
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3.14 MEMORY2 Test
To execute the Expansion Test select 11 from the Diagnostic Test Menu, press Enter and
follow the directions on the screen. The MEMORY2 Test contains four subtests that test the
computer's. Move the highlight bar to the subtest you want to execute and press Enter.
NOTE: If NO is selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter menu, the Test Status
screen displays while the test is executing. When the test is complete the Memory Test
menu displays.
If YES is selected for Test Loop on the Test Parameter menu, the Test Status screen
displays while the test is executing. Press Ctrl + break to return to the Memory Test menu
Subtest 01
All one/All zero test
This subtest performs pseudorandom data read/write. The data consists of “all
ones”/”all zero” patterns produced by pseudorandom sequence generator. The
test checks address error.
FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF0000000000000000
0000000000000000FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
Subtest 02
Walking 1/Walking 0 test (Left)
This subtest uses “running one”/”running zero” patterns. This test sequence
allows also to checking system bus in maximum noise conditions. The
following test sequence is written.
7FFF7FFF7FFF7FFF8000800080008000
BFFFBFFFBFFFBFFF4000400040004000
After all the memory being tested is filled with the pattern, it is read in
descanting direction and compared with reference data. As the memory is
read, the data is replaced with inverse test pattern. After all the memory is
read and replaced with inverted pattern, it is read in descanting direction and
compare with new reference data. As the memory is read, the data is replaced
with next pattern, which is like first one shifted to right.
Subtest 03
Walking 1/Walking 0 test (Right)
Tee test method is the same as Subtest2. However, the data to be used differs.
80008000800080007FFF7FFF7FFF7FFF
4000400040004000BFFFBFFFBFFFBFFF
Subtest 04
Walking 1/Walking 0 test (Left/ Right)
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Tee test method is the same as Subtest2. However, the data to be used differs.
7FFF7FFF7FFF7FFF8000800080008000
BFFFBFFFBFFFBFFF4000400040004000
DFFFDFFFDFFFDFFF2000200020002000
FFFBFFFBFFFBFFFB0004000400040004
FFFDFFFDFFFDFFFD0002000200020002
FFFEFFFEFFFEFFFE0001000100010001
80008000800080007FFF7FFF7FFF7FFF
4000400040004000BFFFBFFFBFFFBFFF
0004000400040004FFFBFFFBFFFBFFFB
0002000200020002FFFDFFFDFFFDFFFD
0001000100010001FFFEFFFEFFFEFFFE
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3.15 Error Codes and Error Status Names
The following table lists the error codes and error status names for the Diagnostic Tests.
Table 3-2 Error codes and error status names (1/2)
Device Name
Error Code
Error Status Name
(Common)
FF
Data Compare Error
Memory
02
Protected Mode Not Changed
??
Other Error
01
Bad Command Error
02
Address Mark Not Found
03
Write Protected
04
Record Not Found
06
Media Change Line Error
08
DMA Overrun Error
09
DMA Boundary Error
0C
Select Media Error
10
CRC Error
20
FDC Error
40
Seek Error
80
Time Out Error
??
Other Error
01
Bad Command Error
02
Bad Address Mark Error
04
Record Not Found
05
HDC Not Reset Error
07
Drive Not Initialized
09
DMA Boundary Error
0A
Bad Sector
0B
Bad Track Error
10
ECC Error
11
ECC Recover Enabled
20
HDC Error
40
Seek Error
80
Time Out Error
AA
Drive Not Ready
FDD
HDD
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Table 3-2 Error codes and error status names (2/2)
Device Name
HDD
Cache Memory
Multimedia
Error Code
Error Status Name
BB
Undefined Error
CC
Write Fault
E0
Status Error
F0
No Sense Error
??
Other Error
02
Protect Mode Error
03
Caching Error
??
Other Error
01
Write Error
0F
Invalid Drive
15
Drive Not Ready
??
Other Error
NOTE: If error status name is Other Error , please reference the Error Code for error
information
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3.16 Running Test
NOTES:
1. You may add or delete subtests using the Running Test Edit Item function, see Section
3.20.
2. Do not forget to insert a work disk in the FDD. If a work disk is not inserted an error
will be generated during the Floppy Disk Test.
3. If the test completes successfully an “PASS” sign with blue letters displays on the
screen.
4. If the test fails or is interrupted before completion an “FAIL” sign with red letters
displays on the screen.
5. If running item not select an “NOITEM” sign with green letters display on the screen.
6. All errors which occur during execution of the Running Test are logged in the Log
File.
7. This program is executed according to the Count Loop number selected in the
Running Test Edit Item, see Section 3.20. To terminate the program, press Ctrl +
Break.
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3.17 DMI INFORMATION
Select 03 from the Diagnostics Menu and press Enter to Check or Write DMI Information
Data:
3.17.1 Check DMI Information
The Check DMI Configuration program contains the following configuration information for
the computer:
NOTE: Please set the media of DVD before starting a test.
System information (Type 1)
1. Manufacture : TOSHIBA
2. Product Name : Satellite XXXXXX
3. Version
:(TOSHIBA Part Number)
4. Serial Number : Serial Number
5. UUID Number: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
OEM Strings (Type 11)
1. OEM String : xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
On Board LAN MAC
1. MAC ADR : xxxxxxxxxxxx
DVD Region Code
1. User Change Time : X
2. Region Code
:X
3.17.2 Write DMI Information
The Write DMI Information program contains the following information for the computer :
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
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Manufacture Name ( TOSHIBA )
Product Name ( Satellite XXXXXX )
Part Number ( PSL20X-XXXXXX )
Serial Number ( 12345678W )
OEM String ( PSL20X-XXXXX,SXXXXXXXXXX )
Model Select [1]Dyn-Jpn [2]Tos-Jpn [3]Tos-Eng [4]Tos-FR
Write UUID ( XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX )
Brightness Write ( XXXXXXXX )
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9. Project Identifier [1]Hampton[2]Harrison[3]Washington[4]NewOleans
a. SLP2.0 Build Sig [1]Non OS [2]OS
b. Wireless LAN ID (001E4CXXXXXX)
Select 1 ~ b to keyin new data , select 0 to exit program , program will compare input data
length with the max length , if over will retry keyin
Note : Please Check New DMI Information After System Restart !!
V2.5
1. **** Manufacture Name ( TOSHIBA ) - (15)
2. **** Product Name ( Satellite XXXXXX ) - (31)
3. **** Part Number ( PSL20X-XXXXXX ) - (15)
4. **** Serial Number ( 12345678W ) - (9)
5. **** OEM String ( PSL20X-XXXXX,SXXXXXXXXXX ) - (31)
6. **** Model Select [1]Dyn-Jpn [2]Tos-Jpn [3]Tos-Eng [4]Tos-FR – (2)
7. **** Write UUID ( XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX ) – (16)
8. **** Brightness Write ( XXXXXXXX ) – (8)
9. **** Project Identifier [1]Hampton[2]Harrison[3]Washington[4]NewOleans-(1)
a. **** SLP2.0 Build Sig [1]Non OS [2]OS-(2)
b. **** Wireless LAN ID ( 001E4CXXXXXX ) –(6)
0. **** Exit
Please Select (1 ~ b) To Modify DMI String :
Current Data of EEPROM : Toshiba
1. Enter the Manufacture Name : TOSHIBA
Your Keyin is
: TOSHIBA
…… This is your keyin data
EEPROM return : TOSHIBA
……. This is read from eeprom back
Press any key to continue
Note : Please Check New DMI Information After System Restart !!
If Keyin length too long will retry :
Current Data of EEPROM : 12345678W
4. Enter the Serial Number : 12345678901234
Your Keyin String Length Not Correct 14 > 9 !!!
Current Data of EEPROM : 12345678W
4. Enter the Serial Number :
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3.17.3 Computrace Disabled
The Write Computrace Information to disabled computrace function before ship :
The information as below :
dmiStorageBase = df010h
dmiStorageSize = 841h
NVR 72h/0ah
*** Setting SMBIOS data! ***
Type 11 base 26h
UUID = "e0f43ec347f4db118688001b24f463c5"
Type 12 DSN: Serial Number: "
Y7KFT037T"
Type 12 DSN: Serial Number: "00000590"
Type 12 DSN: Serial Number: "SANYO002A2007/12/14"
*** Setting SMBIOS data! ***
Type 11 Length: 5 Handle : 0009h
String 1: "PSU400-123321,S123456789
", 0
String 2: "XQMG1hLoEhYLF", 0
String 3: "GKpncOhAIONam", 0
String 4: "Z87E-Kr8+kIg8", 0, 0
*** Disabled! ***
Press Any Key To Return!
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3.18 Log Utilities
This function logs error information generated while a test is in progress and stores the
results in RAM (Maximum error log : 500 times). This function can store data on a floppy
disk. If the power switch is turned off, the error information will be lost. Error information is
displayed in the following order:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Error count (CNT)
Test name and subtest number (TEST)
Pass count (PASS)
Error status (STS)
FDD/HDD or memory address (ADDR)
Write data (WD)
Read data (RD)
Error Name ( ERROR NAME/DETAILS)
3.18.1 Operations
1. Select 04 and press Enter in the Diagnostics Menu to log error information into
RAM or onto a floppy disk. Error information is displayed in the following format:
XXXX ERRORS
CNT
001
002
TEST
FDD 02
FDD 01
PASS
0000
0000
STS
180
120
PASSCOUNT = XXXX
ADDR
0000001
0000001
Address
Error Status
Pass Count
Subtest Number
Test Name
Error Count
WD
00
00
RD
00
00
ERROR NAME/DETAILS
WRITE PROTECTED
TIME OUT ERROR
Read Data
Write Data
Error Name and Detail
[[1:Next, 2:Prev, 3:Exit, 4;Clear, 5:FD Log Read, 6:FD Log Write, 7:Log Save]]
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2. Error information displayed on the screen can be manipulated with the following
number keys:
The 1 key scrolls the display to the next page.
The 2 key scrolls the display to the previous page.
The 3 key returns to the Diagnostics Menu.
The 4 key erases all error log information in RAM.
The 5 key reads the log information from a floppy disk.
The 6 key writes the log information to a floppy disk.
The 7 key save the log information to a floppy disk.
The following are the test abbreviations for each Diagnostics Test.
Test Name
System Test
Memory Test
Keyboard Test
Display Test
Floppy Disk Test
Hard Disk Test
Real Time Clock Test
Cache Memory Test
Height Resolution Display Test
Multimedia Test
Memory2 Test
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Test Abbreviations
ROM
RAM
KBD
CRT
FDD
HDD
RTM
CAH
KIF
MLT
RAM
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Select 05 from the Diagnostics Menu and press Enter to display the following system
configuration:
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION :
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
*
-
BIOS VER = VX.XX KBC VER = XXXX
MAC ADDRESS : XXXXXXXXXXXX
0 ASYNC ADAPTER
1 HDD DRIVE(S):XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
FW Rev.:XXXXXXXX
CUR LBA:XXXXXXXX ORG LBA:XXXXXXXX
BATTERY TYPE:XXXXXXXXXX
XXXMB MEMORY SIZE
XXX CPU
1 Vedio Chip XXXXXXXXXXXXX
1 ODD DRIVE(S):XXXXXXXX
FW Rev.:XXXX
Press Enter to return to the Diagnostics Menu.
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3.20
Running Test Edit Item
3.20.1 Function Description
Function description lets you add or delete the subtests used to execute the Running Test.
The following screen displays after pressing the Tab key to edit an item in the Running Test.
KEY OPERATION
Ð
Ï
PgDn
PgUp
Home
End
Ins
Del
Enter
Cursor Down
Cursor Up
Page Down
Page Up
Top of ITEM
End of ITEM
Insert ITEM
Delete ITEM
End
3.20.2 Operation Description
Select 05 from the Diagnostics Menu and press Enter to display the following:
Test Item Editor
[RUNNING TEST]
Loop Count (1-65535, 0 = infinity) 00000
T-No
01
02
02
02
02
04
04
04
04
04
04
04
04
05
08
08
Test Name
System Test
Memory Test
Memory Test
Memory Test
Memory Test
Display Test
Display Test
Display Test
Display Test
Display Test
Display Test
Display Test
Display Test
Floppy Disk Test
Hard Disk Test
Real Time Clock Test
S-No
Subtest
Subtest
Subtest
Subtest
Subtest
Subtest
Subtest
Subtest
Subtest
Subtest
Subtest
Subtest
Subtest
Subtest
Subtest
Subtest
Error Stop
01
01
02
03
04
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
02
01
02
NO
Subtest Name
ROM Checksum
Conventional Memory
Protect Mode
Protect Mode (32MB Max)
RAM Refresh
VRAM W/R/C
Character Attribute Set
Character Set
80 * 25 Character Display
320 * 200 Graphics Display
640 * 200 Graphics Display
640 * 480 Graphics Display
Display Page
Sequential W/R/C
Sequential Read
Backup Memory Test
Tab: HELP (Key Operation)
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1. Enter a number or 0 for Loop Count and press Enter.
Select a number from 1 to 65535 to define the number of times the Running Test
executes.
Select 0 to run the test continuously until halted by the user.
2. Select the NO or YES for Error Stop and press Enter.
Select NO to keep the test running even if an error is found.
Select YES to stop the test program when an error is found.
NOTE: All errors which occur during execution of the Running Test are logged
in the Log File.
3. Press Insert to add a subtest.
4. Press Delete to remove the selected subtest.
5. Press Enter when you have finished editing the Running Test list.
6. The following message displays:
Do you want to save the data?
Save to disk
Do not save
7. Select the option and press Enter.
8. Select 03 from the Diagnostics Menu and press Enter to execute the Running Test.
NOTE: If press Ctrl+break in the runin process, please press more one any key
to exit.
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3.21 Common Tests and Operation
3.21.1 How to operate a window
To input parameters, or open a window use the following keys.
key
: to move a highlight bar
: to select an item at the highlight bar
: to close the current window and go back to the previous
window
[Enter] key
[Esc] key
3.21.2 How to Stop the Test Program
To stop a test:
[Ctrl]+[Break]
Press the Ctrl key and the Break key simultaneously.
3.21.3 Test Status Screen
NOTE: The Test Status Screen does not display during all the tests. See the specific test
description Sections 3.4 through 3.14.
The following Test Status screen displays during most tests. See the description of each test
Sections 3.4 through 3.14 for specific screen information.
Test Name
Sub Test
Pass Count
Write Data
Address
Test Name
Subtest No.
:0101
:00000
:00
:00000000
Error Count
Read Data
Status
:00000
:00
:00
Displays the name of the test being executed.
Displays the Subtest number in the following format:
ffgg
ff = Subtest No.
gg = Step Number (Will be blank if the test does not have a
Step Number.)
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Pass Count
Displays the number of times the test has been executed.
Error Count
Displays the number of errors which have occurred during the test.
Write Data
Displays only the test data that has failed to compare during the
test while being written during the test.
Read Data
Displays test data that has failed to compare during the test while
being read during the test.
Test Address
Displays the Test Address. (The format differs for each test.)
Error Status
Displays the error status.
Error Name
Displays the name of the error.
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3.21.4 Test Stop Display
If an error occurs during a Subtest and YES is selected for Error Stop, the following message
displays:
[HALT OPERATION]
1. Test end
2. Continue
3. Retry
* Select 1, 2, or 3
The three selections have the following functions:
1: Terminates the test program and exits to the subtest menu.
2: Continues the test from the error.
3: Restarts the test from the beginning.
Use the arrow keys to move the cursor to the desired option and press Enter.
3.21.5 How to enter data
Letters which must be entered are always shown in [ ]. Simultaneous entries are displayed
by a “+” mark. For example:
[a] [Enter]
Press the “a” key, then press the [Enter] key.
[Ctrl] + [c]
Press the [Ctrl] key and the “c” key simultaneously.
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Replacement Procedures
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Chapter 4
4.1
Contents
Overview.................................................................................................................... 4-1
Safety Precautions ................................................................................................ 4-2
Before You Begin ................................................................................................ 4-3
Disassembly Procedure........................................................................................ 4-4
Assembly Procedure ............................................................................................ 4-5
Tools and Equipment ........................................................................................... 4-5
Screw Tightening Torque .................................................................................... 4-6
Grip Color ............................................................................................................ 4-6
Screw Notation..................................................................................................... 4-7
4.2
Battery pack ............................................................................................................... 4-8
4.3
PC card..................................................................................................................... 4-11
4.4
HDD......................................................................................................................... 4-13
4.5
Wireless LAN card .................................................................................................. 4-17
4.6
Memory module....................................................................................................... 4-19
4.7
Keyboard.................................................................................................................. 4-23
4.8
Optical disk drive..................................................................................................... 4-27
4.9
Top assembly ........................................................................................................... 4-30
4.10
Display assembly ..................................................................................................... 4-36
4.11
Touch pad................................................................................................................. 4-39
4.12
Lan board…………………………………………………………………………...4-42
4.13
System board............................................................................................................4-43
4.14
CPU..........................................................................................................................4-46
4.15
LCD unit / FL inverter ............................................................................................. 4-49
4.16
Application for thermal pad (T-Flex340) on North Bridge,VGA and V-RAM… 4-55
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Figures
Figure 4-1 Remove the battery pack.................................................................................... 4-8
Figure 4-2-1Remove a PC card............................................................................................ 4-10
Figure 4-2-2 Insert a PC card............................................................................................... 4-11
Figure 4-3 Remove the HDD assembly ............................................................................. 4-12
Figure 4-4 Remove a HDD ................................................................................................ 4-14
Figure 4-5 Remove a wireless LAN card .......................................................................... 4-16
Figure 4-7 Remove a memory module .............................................................................. 4-21
Figure 4-8 Insert a memory module.................................................................................... 4-21
Figure 4-9 Remove screws for KBD cover/keyboard......................................................... 4-24
Figure 4-10 Remove the keyboard/KBD cover ................................................................... 4-24
Figure 4-11 Remove the keyboard……………………………………………………… 4-25
Figure 4-12/14 Remove an optical disk drive...................................................................... 4-26
Figure 4-15 Disassemble the side bracket ........................................................................... 4-29
Figure 4-16 Remove the screws………………………………………………… ………. 4-30
Figure 4-17 Disconnect the Cable........................................................................................ 4-31
Figure 4-18 Remove the Wireless LAN antenna connector ................................................ 4-33
Figure 4-19 Remove the screws (from bottom side) ........................................................... 4-34
Figure 4-20 Remove the Wireless Antenna and LCD cable................................................ 4-36
Figure 4-21 Remove the hinge screw…………………………………………………….. 4-36
Figure 4-22 Remove the LCD harness and remove display assembly…………………….4-37
Figure 4-23 Remove the touch board and touch pad plate screw………………………… 4-39
Figure 4-24 Remove the touch pad………………………………………………………...4-40
Figure 4-25 Remove the Lan board ..................................................................................... 4-42
Figure 4-26 Disconnect the battery cable ............................................................................ 4-43
Figure 4-26-1 Remove the system board ............................................................................. 4-45
Figure 4-27 Remove the CPU heat sink .............................................................................. 4-46
Figure 4-28 Remove the CPU.............................................................................................. 4-47
Figure 4-29 Apply silicon grease......................................................................................... 4-48
Figure 4-30 Remove the display mask................................................................................. 4-50
Figure 4-31 Remove the FL inverter ................................................................................... 4-51
Figure 4-32 Remove the LCD unit ...................................................................................... 4-52
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Figure 4-33 Removing the LCD supports............................................................................ 4-53
Figure 4-34 Thermal Pad on North bridge(Intel without VGA board)……………………4-55
Figure 4-35 Thermal Pad on North bridge(Intel with VGA board)…………………...…..4-56
Figure 4-36 Thermal Pad on VGA and V-RAM…………………………………………..4-56
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4.1
Overview
This chapter describes the procedure for removing and replacing the field replaceable units
(FRUs) in the PC. It may not be necessary to remove all the FRUs in order to replace one.
The chart below provides a guide as to which other FRUs must be removed before a
particular FRU can be removed. The numbers in the chart indicate the relevant section
numbers in this manual.
In all cases when removing an FRU, the battery pack must also be removed. When repairing
an FRU that is the potential cause of a computer fault, use the chart to determine the order in
which FRUs need to be removed.
The tilt stand, if it is installed, can be removed without any other FRUs removed.
• Chart Notation
The chart shows the case for the
following example:
• Removing a MDC
All FRUs down to the “4.2 Battery
pack” to “4.11 Cover assembly” above
a SD board/Microphone/MDC must be
removed.
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Safety Precautions
Please read the following safety instructions before disassembling the computer and always
follow the instructions while working on the computer.
DANGER:
1. In the case of the battery, always use authentic parts or equivalent parts
approved by Toshiba. Other batteries may have different specifications
that are incompatible with the computer and may result in fire or
explosion.
Due to the risk of alkali fluid leaks, never attempt to heat or disassemble
the battery. Similarly, due to the risk of explosion, never expose the
battery to flame.
2. Some parts including the power supply and FL inverter generate high
voltages. If you need to turn on the power while disassembling the
computer, do not touch any connectors or other components due to the
risk of electric shock. Also, do not disassemble individual parts when
performing routine maintenance.
WARNING: 1. To prevent electric shock, turn off the power unplug the AC adapter from
the power source.
2. As the battery installed to the computer is typically already charged, the
risk of electric shock remains even when the AC adapter is unplugged
from the socket. To prevent electric shock, always take off any metal
jewelry or accessories such as necklaces, bracelets or rings before
working on the computer. Never work with wet or moist hands.
3. Take care not to injury yourself on any edges or corners.
CAUTION:
1. Confirm that replacement parts have compatible specifications before
replacing on the computer. Never use incorrect parts as these may cause
faults on the computer.
2. To prevent internal damage such as short circuits or burning, do not
allow any screws, paper clips, or other metal objects to fall into the
computer. When removing screws, always replace with the same size
screw. Ensure that all screws are fully tightened. Loose screws may
result in short circuits leading to overheating, smoke or flame.
3. To prevent electric shock, check that you have disconnected all cables
from a part before removing the part.
4. When connecting to the AC power supply, use only an AC adapter and
cable approved by Toshiba.
5. To prevent electric shock, ensure that all replacement parts are
compatible with the computer and that all cables and connectors are
securely connected.
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Before You Begin
Take note of the following points before starting work. Always remove the AC adapter and
battery pack before commencing any of the procedures. The procedure for removing the
battery pack is described in section “4.2.1 Battery Pack”.
1. Do not disassemble the computer unless it is operating abnormally.
2. Use the designated tools.
3. Ensure that the environment for working on and storing parts does not contain any of
the following.
•
Dust or dirt
•
Static electricity
•
Extremely hot, cold or humid conditions
4. Perform the diagnostic tests described in Chapter 2 to determine which FRU is the
cause of the fault.
5. Do not perform any unnecessary work. Always work in accordance with the
disassembly and reassembly procedures in this manual.
6. Keep parts removed from the computer in a safe place away from the computer where
they will not be damaged or interfere with your work.
7. Disassembling requires the removal of a large number of screws. Keep removed screws
in a safe place such that you can determine which screws belong to which part.
8. When reassembling, ensure that you use the correct screws and fit parts in the correct
position. Screw sizes are noted in the text and figures.
9. As all parts have sharp edges and corners, take care not to cut yourself.
10. After replacing an FRU, check that the computer and replaced part operate correctly.
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Disassembly Procedure
Three main types of cable connector are used.
•
Pressure plate connector
•
Spring connector
•
Normal pin connector
When disconnecting a pressure plate connector, lift up the tag on one side of the plastic
pressure plate on the connector and pull the cable out from the connector. When reconnecting
a cable to a pressure plate connector, lift up the pressure plate to a suitable height and insert
the cable into the connector. Press down on both sides of the pressure plate such that both
sides of the plate and connector are at the same height and that the cable is fixed in the
correct position. Pull the cable to ensure that it is securely connected. If the cable is
disconnected from the connector, reconnect it making sure that you lift the pressure plate
high enough to insert fully the cable.
For spring connectors, lifting up the stopper frees the cable and allows it to be pulled out. To
reconnect, hold the stopper in the up position and insert the cable, then lower the stopper to
secure the cable.
Normal pin connectors are used for all other cables. Simply pull out or push in these
connectors to disconnect or reconnect.
Pressure plate connector
Spring connector
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Assembly Procedure
After the computer has been disassembled and the part that caused the fault has been repaired
or replaced, the computer must be reassembled.
Take note of the following general points when assembling the computer.
•
Take your time and follow the instructions carefully. Hurrying the assembly work
will only introduce new problems.
•
Check that all cables and connectors are securely connected.
•
Before fastening FRUs or other parts in place, ensure that no cables are caught on
screws or the FRU.
•
Check that all latches are securely closed.
•
Ensure that you have installed all FRUs correctly and do not have any screws left
over. Using an incorrect screw may damage the thread or screw head and result in
the FRU not being securely fastened in place.
After installing FRUs, check that the computer operates correctly.
Tools and Equipment
For your safety and the safety of the people around you, it is important that you use
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) equipment. Correctly utilizing of the equipment increases the
percentage of successful repairs and saves on the cost of damaged or destroyed parts. The
following equipment is required for disassembly and assembly.
•
One Philips screwdriver with type 0 bit (for THIN HEAD screws)
•
One Philips screwdriver with type 1 bit (for screws other than above)
•
Tweezers (for lifting screws)
•
ESD mats (lay on work table or floor)
•
An ESD wrist strap and heel grounder
•
Anti-static carpet or flooring
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Screw Tightening Torque
Use the following torque when tightening screws.
CAUTION: Over tightening may damage screws or parts. Under tightening may allow
screws to loosen (and possibly fall out) causing a short circuit or other
damage.
NOTE: To tighten screws quickly and accurately, an electric screwdriver is
recommended.
•
M2 (2mm)
0.167 N·m (1.7 kgf·cm)
•
M2.5 (2.5mm)
0.245 N·m(2.5 kgf·cm)
•
M2.5 (2.5mm)
0.392 N·m(4.0 kgf·cm) for Hinge support
•
M3.0 (3mm)
0.245 N・m (2.5 kgf・cm)
NOTE: To prevent damage to THIN HEAD screws, press along the axis of the
screwdriver while turning the screw. This is because the contact area between
the screw and driver is less than for a pan head screw (standard pan-shaped
screw head).
Grip Color
Some screws have a colored grip area to help you determine the length of the screw.
•
Even numbered length screws: Brown
•
Odd numbered length screws: White
•
Special length screw: Blue
G r ip a r e a
“Special length screw” means screws whose length is indicated in an integral number to the
first decimal places such as 2.5 mm, 2.8 mm and so on.
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Screw Notation
To make maintenance of the computer easier, markings of the kinds of the screws including
the types and lengths of the screws are indicated on the computer body.
Format:
Screw shape + Screw length (mm)
Screw shape
B: Bind screw
F: Thin head screw
S: Super thin head screw
T: Tapping screw
U: Other screws (Unique screws: pan head, stud, etc.)
Example: B6 … 6mm bind screw
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Battery pack
Removing the battery pack
The following describes the procedure of removing the battery pack (See Figure 4-1).
CAUTION: Take care not to short circuit the terminals when removing the battery pack.
Similarly, do not drop, knock, scratch, disassemble, twist, or bend the battery
pack.
1. Turn off the power of the computer.
2. Disconnect the AC adapter and all external devices from the computer.
3. Turn the computer upside down.
4. Slide and hold the battery release latch (1) to free the battery pack after moving the
battery release lock (1) into unlock position – pick the battery pack out of the computer
from fillister.
Lock 1
Fillister
Latch 1
Figure 4-1 Remove the battery pack
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NOTE: Dispose of the used battery pack in accordance with the laws and ordinances of
your local authority.
Install the battery pack
The following describes the procedure of installing the battery pack (See Figure 4-1-1).
CAUTION: There is a danger that the lithium ion battery pack may explode if not fitted,
operated, handled, or disposed correctly. Dispose always the used battery
pack in accordance with the laws and ordinances of your local authority.
Use only the batteries approved by Toshiba.
NOTE: Check visually the battery terminals and clean off any dirt with a dry cloth.
1. Turn off the power of the computer.
2. Disconnect the AC adapter and all external devices from the computer.
3. Attach the battery cover to the battery pack.
4. Insert the battery pack
5. Ensure the battery release lock (1) is moved into its locked position
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Lock1
Figure 4-2-1 Install the battery pack
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4.3 PC card
Remove a PC card
The following describes the procedure of removing a PC card (See Figure 4-2-1).
CAUTION: Insert or remove a PC card according to the instructions of PC card manual
or the manuals of the computer system you are using.
1. Push the eject button twice, It will pop out PCMCIA Card when you release it.
2. Grasp one of PC card and remove it.
NOTE: If a PC card is not inserted all the way, the eject button may not pop out. Be
sure to push a PC card firmly and press the eject button again.
Eject Button
Figure 4-2-1 Remove a PC card
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Install a PC card
The following describes the procedure of inserting a PC card (See Figure 4-2-2).
1. Make sure the eject button does not stick out.
2. Insert a PC card and press it until it is securely connected.
Eject Button
Figure 4-3-2 Insert a PC card
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HDD
Remove a HDD
The following describes the procedure for removing a HDD (See Figure 4-3 to 4-4).
CAUTION: Take care not to press on the top or bottom of a HDD. Pressure may cause
data loss or damage to the device.
1. Turn the computer upside down.
2. Remove the following screws securing a HDD slot cover and remove a HDD slot cover.
•
M2.5×4.0B
FLAT BIND screw
x2
3. Remove the following screws securing the HDD assembly.
•
M2.5×4.0B
FLAT BIND screw
x4
4. Disconnect the HDD assembly from the connector on the system board.
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CAUTION: When a HDD is installed, they are installed in the position as the following
figure.
M2.5×4.0B
Figure 4-4 Remove the HDD assembly
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5. Remove the following screws securing the HDD holder, HDD adapt and remove
the HDD holder and HDD adapt..
•
M2.5×4.0B
FLAT BIND screw
x4
•
M2.5×4.0B
FLAT BIND screw
x2
M2.5×4.0B
HDD adapt
M2.5×4.0B
[
Figure 4-4 Remove a HDD
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Install a HDD
The following describes the procedure of installing a HDD (See Figure 4-3 to 4-4).
1. Install a HDD to the HDD Adapt and secure it with the following screws.
•
M2.5×4.0B
FLAT BIND screw
x2
2. Install a HDD to the HDD holder and secure it with the following screws.
•
M2.5×4.0B
FLAT BIND screw
x4
NOTE: Although they are 3mm head screws, screw torque must be set in 2.5kg-cm for
four screws securing the HDD holder.
3. Insert the HDD assembly into the HDD slot and connect it carefully to the CN19 on the
system board.
4. Secure the HDD assembly with the following screw.
•
M2.5×4.0B
FLAT BIND screw
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Wireless LAN card
Remove a Wireless LAN card
The following describes the procedure of removing a Wireless LAN card (See Figure 4-5).
1. Remove the following screw of wireless cover securing wireless LAN card cover and
remove it. And remove screw of wireless board
•
2.5.0 x 4.0B
BIND screw
x3
2. Disconnect the wireless LAN antenna cable from the connectors on a wireless LAN
card.
3. Open the left and right latches to remove a wireless LAN card from the connector on
the system board.
Wireless LAN card
cover with 3 screws
CN30
Wireless LAN with 2 screws
Wireless LAN antenna
cable
Figure 4-5 Remove a wireless LAN card
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Install a Wireless LAN card
The following describes the procedure of installing a Wireless LAN card (See Figure 4-5).
1. Insert a wireless LAN card terminal slantwise into the connector, press it and lock the
screws.
2. Connect the wireless LAN antenna cables to the terminals on a wireless LAN card.
3. Install the wireless LAN card cover and secure it with the following screws.
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4.6
Memory module
CAUTION: The power of the computer must be turned off when you remove a memory
module.
Do not touch memory module terminals. Any dirt on the terminals may cause
memory access problems.
Never press hard or bend a memory module.
Remove a memory module
To remove a memory module, confirm that the computer is not in boot mode. Then perform
the following procedure (See Figure4-6 and 4-7).
1. Loose the screws which secure the memory slot cover.
•
2.5 x 4.0B
BIND screw
x3
2. Remove the memory slot cover.
3. Open the left and right latches and remove the memory module.
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Memory
Module Cover
Figure 4-6 Remove memory slot cover
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Figure 4-7 Remove a memory module
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Install a memory module
To install a memory module, confirm that the computer is not in boot mode. Then perform
the following procedures (See Figure 4-7 and 4-8).
CAUTION: The power must be turned off when you insert a memory module.
Never press hard or bend a memory module.
1. Insert a memory module into the connector slantwise (terminal side first) and press it to
connector firmly.
2. Install the memory slot cover and secure it with the screw.
3. When the power of the computer is turned on, the computer checks automatically the
memory size. Confirm that the new memory is detected correctly.
4. If the memory is not detected, check that it is connected correctly.
Socket1
Socket2
Figure 4-8 Insert a memory module
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4.7
Keyboard
Remove the keyboard
The following describes the procedure of removing the keyboard (See Figure 4-9 to 4-11).
CAUTION: As the keycap may fall out, when handling the keyboard always hold it by the
frame and do not touch the keycap.
1. Turn the computer upside down
2. Remove the Battery
3. Loose the screw securing KB Holder.
•
M2.0x3.0B
Flat BIND screws x2
4. Upside down the computer.
5. Open the display.
6. Remove KB holder. Insert your finger into the slot between the KB holder and the
keyboard. Then, lift up the keyboard holder to remove it.
7. Loose the screw securing KB screws.
•
M2.0x3.0B
BIND screws x2
8. Insert your finger into the keyboard slot and keyboard. Then lift up the keyboard to
remove it.
9. Disconnect keyboard cable.
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M2.0x3.0B
2 screws
Figure 4-9 Remove screws for KB Holder
M2.0x3.0B 2 screws
Figure 4-10 Remove the KB Holder
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Figure 4-11 Remove the KB
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Install the keyboard
The following describes the procedure for installing the keyboard (See Figure 4-8 to 4-9).
1. Turn the keyboard upside down and place it on the palm rest as its face down. Connect
the keyboard flexible cable to the connector on the system board.
2. Secure the KB with the following screw
•
M2.5×3.0B
BIND screw
x2
3. Install the KB Holder
4. Turn the computer upside down
5. Secure the KB Holder with the following screw
•
M2.0x3.0B
Flat BIND screws x2
6. Install battery.
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4.8
Optical disk drive
NOTE: Do not apply excessive force to the top of an optical disk drive.
Do not touch the shaded portion of the figure below, when the drive is removed
or installed.
Remove an optical disk drive
The following describes the procedure of removing an optical disk drive (See Figure 4-12 to
4-15).
1. Remove the following screw of wireless cover securing Memory Module Cover and
remove it.
•
2.5 x 4.0B
BIND screw
x3
2. Remove the following screw of optical disk drive BKT screw.
•
2.5 x 4.0B
BIND screw
x1
3. Remove the following screw of side bracket.
•
2.0 x 3.0B
BIND screw
x3
Memory
Module Cover
Figure 4-12Remove Memory Module Cover
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Optical disk
drive BKT
Screw
Figure 4-13 Remove optical disk drive BKT screw
Optical disk
drive BKT
PUSH
Figure 4-14 Push optical disk drive Module out
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ODD bracket 3
Screws
Figure 4-15 Disassemble the side bracket
Install an optical disk drive
The following describes the procedure of installing an optical disk drive (See Figure 4-12 and
4-13).
1. Attach the ODD bracket to an optical disk drive and secure it with the following screws.
•
M2.0×3.0 Flat BIND screw
x3
2. Insert an optical disk drive assembly into the slot and connect it to the connector CN26
on the system board.
3. Secure the ODD drive with the following screw.
•
M2.5X4.0
Flat BIND screw x 1
4. Secure the Memory Module Cover with the following screw.
•
M2.5×4.0B
BIND screw
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4.9 Top assembly
Remove the top assembly
The following describes the procedure of removing the cover assembly (See Figure 4-16 to
4-17).
1. Turn over the computer.
2. Remove the following screws securing the cover assembly from the back and bottom
of computer.
•
M2.0×6.0
BIND screw Back
x5
•
M2.5×10
BIND screw Back
x6
•
M2.5×4.0
BIND screw Back
x2
•
M2.0×3.0 FLAT BIND screw Back
x3
Figure 4-16 remove the screws (back)
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3. Remove the following screws(front)
4. Disconnect the touch pad flat cable/Fingerprint cable/Bluetooth Cable/Power
board FFC/MMB Board FFC/Function Lens FFC from the connector on the
system board.
Remove
Remove
Figure 4-17 Disconnect the Cable
5. Remove the top assembly from the base assembly.
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Install the top assembly
The following describes the procedure for installing the cover assembly (See Figure 4-19 to
4-21).
1. Install the top assembly to the base assembly.
NOTE: Be careful not to catch the cables between cover assembly and base assembly.
2. Connect the touch pad flat cable to the connector on the system board.
3. Secure the cover assembly with the following screws from the top of computer.
•
M2.0×6.0
BIND screw Back
x9
4. Secure the cover assembly with the following screws from the back and bottom of
computer.
•
M2.0×6.0
BIND screw Back
x5
•
M2.5×10
BIND screw Back
x6
•
M2.5×4.0
BIND screw Back
x2
•
M2.0×3.0 FLAT BIND screw Back
x3
5. Free the cable from cable-drain when through the antenna cable to PCB hole.
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4.10 Display assembly
Remove the display assembly
The following describes the procedure for removing the display assembly (See Figure 4-18 to
4-22).
1. Close the display and turn the computer upside down.
2. Open the MINIPCI Door and remove the wireless LAN screws and antenna connector.
Wireless LAN
antenna connector
Figure 4-18 Remove the Wireless LAN antenna connector
3. Open the display and removing the k/b holder and keyboard. (please refer figure 49,figure4-10, figure4-11).
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4. Disassembly TOP ASSY
M2.0 X 3 big head 3 screws
M2.5 X 10 3 screws
M2.5 X 10 3 screws
M2.5 X 4 2 screws
M2.0 X 6.0 5 screws
Figure 4-19 Remove the screws (from bottom side)
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M2.0 X 6.0 4Screws
M2.0 X 6.0 3Screws
M2.0 X 6.0 2Screws
Figure 4-19-1 Remove the screws (from top side)
5. Disconnect the touch pad flat cable/Fingerprint cable/Bluetooth Cable/Power
board FFC/MMB Board FFC/Function Lens FFC from the connector on the
system board.
6. Remove TOP ASSY
7. Remove LAN board ASSY and pull out the wireless LAN antenna and LCD cables
from the guide
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Figure 4-20 Remove the Wireless Antenna and LCD cable
8. Open the display to 100 degree, and remove the hinge screw.
‧
M2.5×5.0 BIND screw
x2
(Locktight)
Wireless LAN
antenna cable
..
Figure 4-21 Remove the hinge screw
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9. Pull out the pole of hinge from the hole of hinge assembly, remove the display
assembly from the base assembly.
Display assembly
Base assembly
.
Figure 4-22 Remove the LCD harness and remove display assembly
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Install the display assembly
The following describes the procedure for installing the display assembly (See Figure 4-13 to
4-17).
1. Insert the pole of hinge to the hole of hinge assembly, set the display assembly on the
base assembly.
2. Secure the hinges with the following screws secure the display mask with the
following screws and stick the mask seal on them.
•
M2.5×5.0B
BIND screw
x2
NOTE: Be sure to apply the lock tight to the screws instructed in the
figure above.
3. Connect the LCD harness to the connector on the system board.
4. Arrange the wireless antenna cables along the guide (front) and secure them with
guide.
5. Pass the cables to the back of computer through the slot.
6. Arrange the wireless LAN antenna along the guide and contact with the connector.
7. Install the LAN board and top ASSY of the system.
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4.11 Touch pad
Remove the touch pad
The following describes the procedure of removing the touch pad (See Figure 4-22).
1. Peel off the glass tape and disconnect the touch pad flat cable, finger print cable
from the connector on the touch pad.
2. Remove the following screws securing the touch pad plate and touch pad board.
•
M2.0×3.0 Flat screw
•
M2.0×3.0 BIND screw
x4
x4
M2.0×3.0 4screws
M2.0×3.0 Flat 4screws
Figure 4-23 Remove the touch board and touch pad plate screw
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3. Remove the touch pad board and touch pad plate.
4. Peel off and remove the touch pad from the cover assembly.
touch pad plate
Touch pad board
touch pad
Figure 4-24 Remove touch pad board and touch pad plate
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Install the touch pad
The following describes the procedure for installing the touch pad (See Figure 4-22).
1. Peel off the separator covering on the sensor portion of a new touch pad.
NOTE: Do not reuse the touch pad so that it can not be used after peeling off from the
computer. Be sure to stick a new touch pad.
When sticking the touch pad, be careful not to get the bubbles under the touch
pad.
2. Stick and install the touch pad on the cover assembly.
3. Install the touch pad plate and secure it with the following screws.
•
M2.0×3.0B
BIND screw
x4
4. Install the touch pad board and secure it with the following screws.
•
M2.0×3.0B
Flat screw
x4
5. Connect the touch pad flat cable to the connector on the touch pad and stick the
glass tape on the connector.
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4.12 LAN Board
The following describes the procedure of removing the LAN board (See Figure 4-24).
Remove LAN board
1. Remove the modern cable and Lan FPC
2. Loose below screw and pull out lan board
z
M2.0x4.0
FLAT BIND screw
x1
M2.0x4.0 1screw
LAN FPC
Figure 4-25 Remove the LAN board
Installe the LAN Board
1. Put LAN board in correct location and fix below screw
z
M2.0x4.0
BIND screw
x1
2. Connect the modern cable and Lan FPC.
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4.13 System board
CAUTION: 1. when handling the system board, always hold by the edges. Do not touch
the printed circuit face.
2. If replacing with a new system board, execute the subtest01 Initial
configuration in section 3.3 “Setting of the hardware configuration”. Also
update with the latest BIOS as described in Appendix G “BIOS Rewrite
Procedures” and with the latest EC/KBC as described in Appendix H
“EC/KBC Rewrite Procedures”.
Remove the system board
The following describes the procedure for removing the system board.
1. Disconnect the Battery cable and DC cable from the system board (See Figure 4-25)
DC cable
Figure 4-26
Modem cable
Battery cable
Disconnect the Battery cable and DC cable
2. Disconnect the speaker cable from the connector on the system board.
3. Disconnect the Antenna cable from the antenna connector.
4. Disconnect the LAN FPC from the connector on the LAN board
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5. Remove the following screws securing the ODD FPC.
•
M2.0×4.0
BIND screw
x3
6. Remove the following screws securing the system board and remove the system
board. (See Figure 4-26)
•
M2.0×4.0
BIND screw
x4
M2.0×4.0 4 screws
ODD FPC
M2.0×4.0 3 screws
Figure 4-26-1 Remove the system board
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Install the system board
The following describes the procedure for installing the system board (See Figure 4-26).
1. Secure the system board with the following screws.
•
M2.0×4.0
BIND screw
x4
2. Connect the LAN FPC to the LAN Board.
3. Connect the speaker cable the system board.
4. Connect the Battery cable and DC cable to the connector on the system board
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4.14 CPU
Remove the CPU heat sink
The following describes the procedure of removing the CPU heat sink (See Figure 4-27).
1. Disconnect the Heat sink cable from the connector on the system board
2. Remove the following screws securing the heat sink holder along 1 to 6.
•
M2.0×3.0
Special Spring screw
x3
NOTE: When removing the heat sink holder, be sure to remove the screws in the reverse
order of the number marked on the holder.
3. Remove the CPU heat sink.
M2.0×3.0 3 Special Spring screws
Figure 4-27 Remove the CPU heat sink
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4. Unlock the CPU by rotating the cam on the CPU socket 120 degrees to the
counterclockwise with a flat-blade screwdriver.
5. Remove the CPU.
Figure 4-28 Remove the CPU
Install the CPU
The following describes the procedure for installing the CPU (See Figure 4-27 to 4-28).
1. Check that the mark of cam is in the unlocking position.
2. Attach the CPU to the correct position in the CPU socket.
3. Fix the CPU by rotating the cam 120 degrees to the clockwise with a flat-blade
screwdriver.
4. If there is already silicon grease on the CPU, clean it with a cloth.
Using a special applicator, apply silicon grease so that the CPU chip on the CPU is
completely covered.
5. Please apply 0.15cc silicon grease (Shinetsu 7762) for each repair and apply thermal
pad on North Bridge, VGA and VRAM.
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NOTE: Apply the silicon grease enough to cover the chip surface using the special
applicator. Thermal pad is fixed for each one, no need special applicator.
Figure 4-29
Apply silicon grease
6. Install the CPU heat sink and heat sink holder and secure them with the following
screws along 1 to 6.
•
M2.0 X 3
Special Spring screw
x3
7. Connect the Heat sink cable to the connector on the system board
NOTE: When securing the heat sink holder, be sure to secure the screws in the order of
the number marked on the holder.
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4.15 LCD unit / FL inverter
CAUTION: When replacing a LCD, it is required that SVP parameter is set. Update with
the latest EC/KBC as described in Appendix H “EC/KBC Rewrite
Procedures”.
Remove the LCD unit / FL inverter
The following describes the procedure of removing the LCD unit and FL inverter (See Figure
4-30 to 4-33)
Remove Screw rubber cover X4
1. Remove the following screws securing the display mask
M2.5×5.0
BIND screw X4
2. Insert your finger between the edge of the display mask and the LCD, and remove the
display mask while releasing the latches of display mask.
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M2.5×5.0 4 screws
Figure 4-30
Remove the display mask
3. Pull out one insulator and peel off the other one adhered to the FL inverter.
4. Disconnect the LCD harnesses from the connectors CN1 on the FL inverter.
5. Disconnect the HV harnesses from the connectors CN2 on the FL inverter.
6. Remove the FL inverter while peeling off the double-sided tape.
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CN1
Insulator
CN2
LCD harness
FL inverter
Double-sided tape
HV harness
Figure 4-31
Remove the FL inverter
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7. Remove the following screws securing the LCD unit.
•
M2.5x5.0 BINK HEAD screw
x2
8. With the bottom edge of the LCD unit on the display cover, lift only the top edge of
the LCD unit. After peeling off the CONDUTIVE tape, disconnect the LCD harness
from the connector on the back of the LCD.
9. Remove the LCD unit.
M2.5×5.0 2 screws
Figure 4-32
Remove the LCD unit
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10. Remove the following screws securing the LCD support (LCD unit side) and remove
the LCD supports from the LCD unit.
•
M2.0x2.5 BINK screw
Figure 4-33
x4
Remove the LCD supports
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Install the LCD unit/FL Inverter
The following describes the procedure for installing the LCD unit and FL inverter (See
Figure 4-31 to 4-34).
1. Install the LCD supports (LCD unit side) to the LCD and secure them with the
following screws.
•
M2.0×2.5 BINK screw
x4
2. Stand the LCD unit on the display cover and connect the LCD harness to the
connector on the back of LCD.
3. Stick the conductive tape on the connector of LCD harness.
4. Secure the LCD unit with the following screws.
•
M2.5×5.0 BINK screw
x2
5. Connect LCD harnesses to the connector CN1 of the FL inverter.
CAUTION: Be careful not to connect the LCD harnesses to the wrong connectors of FL
inverter.
6. Connect HV harnesses to the connector CN2 of the FL inverter.
7. Install the display mask while fitting the latches.
8. Secure the display mask with following screws
M2.5×5.0
BIND screw X4
9. Cover screws with Screw rubber cover
X4
NOTE: When installing the display mask, make sure there is no gap between the display
mask and the display cover.
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4.16 Application for Thermal Pad on North Bridge, VGA and VRAM
I. For Satellite M300, Satellite Pro M300, Satellite L310, Satellite Pro L310, EQUIUM M300,
SATEGO M300 (Intel without VGA board) , use Thermal Pad FSL-BS75 on North Bridge
1.Thermal Pad FSL-BS75
2. one Syringe contains 12mmX14mmX0.75mm
TSB P/N
A000026940
Raw Material
JXBU2013010
Classification
NORTH BRIDGE THERMAL
PAD
Description
THERMAL PAD UMA FSL-BS
BU2(JXBU2013,R3A)
Figure 4-34 Thermal Pad on North bridge(Intel without VGA board)
II. For Satellite M300, Satellite Pro M300, Satellite L310, Satellite Pro L310, EQUIUM
M300, SATEGO M300 (Intel with VGA board) , use following Thermal Pad on North
Bridge, and a VGA and VRAM.
1.Thermal Pad T-Flex320
2. one Syringe contains 12mmX14mmX0.5mm
TSB P/N
A000026950
Raw Material
JXTE1026010
Classification
NORTH BRIDGE THERMAL
PAD
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THERMAL PAD DIS TE1(JXTE1026,R3A)
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Figure 4-35 Thermal Pad on North bridge(Intel with VGA board)
TSB P/N
Raw material
Classification
A000026960 JXTE1028010 VGA THERMAL PAD
A000026970 JXTE1027010 V-RAM THERMAL PAD
Description
THERMAL PAD VGA
TE1(JXTE1028,R3A)
THERMAL PAD V-RAM
TE1(JXTE1027,R3A)
Figure 4-36 Thermal Pad on VGA and V-RAM
NOTE: When applying for thermal pad on North Bridge, VGA, V-RAM, Thermal pad is
fixed for each one, no need special applicator
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Appendix A
Appendix A Handling the LCD Module
Precautions for handling the LCD module
The LCD module can be easily damaged during assembly or disassembly. Observe the
following precautions when handling the LCD module:
1. When installing the LCD module in the LCD cover, be sure to seat it so that it is
properly aligned and maximum visibility of the display is maintained.
2. Be careful to align the holes at the four corners of the LCD module with the
corresponding holes in the LCD cover before securing the module with screws.
Do not force the module into place, because stress can affect its performance.
Also, the panel’s polarized surface is easily scarred, so be careful when handling it.
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3. If the panel’s surface gets dirty, wipe it with cotton or a soft cloth. If it is still dirty,
try breathing on the surface to create a light condensate and wipe it again.
If the surface is very dirty, we recommend a CRT cleaning agent. Apply the agent to
a cloth and then wipe the panel’s surface. Do not apply cleanser directly to the panel.
4. If water or other liquid is left on the panel’s surface for a long period, it can change
the screen’s tint or stain it. Be sure to quickly wipe off any liquid.
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5. Glass is used in the panel, so be careful not to drop it or let it strike a hard object,
which could cause breakage or cracks.
6. CMOS-LSI circuits are used in the module, so guard against damage from
electrostatic discharge. Be sure to wear a wrist or ankle ground when handling the
module.
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7. Do not expose the module to direct sunlight or strong ultraviolet rays for long periods.
8. Do not store the module at temperatures below specifications. Cold can cause the
liquid crystals to freeze, lose their elasticity or otherwise suffer damage.
9. Do not disassemble the LCD module. Disassembly can cause malfunctions.
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10. If you transport the module, do not use packing material that contains epoxy resin
(amine) or silicon glue (alcohol or oxide). These materials can release gas that can
damage the panel’s polarization.
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Appendix B
Appendix B Board Layout
B.1
System Board
Figure B-1-1 System board layout (front)
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Figure B-1-2 System board layout (Back)
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Table B-1 System board ICs and connectors
(01)
(02)
(03)
(04)
(05)
(06)
(07)
(08)
(09)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
(16)
(17)
(18)
(19)
(20)
(21)
(22)
(23)
(24)
(25)
(26)
(27)
(28)
(29)
(30)
(31)
(32)
(33)
(34)
(35)
(36)
(37)
(38)
(39)
Location
CN1
CN5
CN4
CN2
CN3
CN7
U2
CN6
CN8
U5
U33
CN10
CN11
CN12
CN13
CN14
U13
LED2
LED1
CN16
U16
CN15
U12
U9
U1
CN34
CN27
CN23
CN26
U17
CN29
CN32
CN33
CN38
CN37
VR1
U39
U36
U38
Function
M/B to LED type panel connector
M/B to CCFL type panel connector
M/B to Power Board connector
M/B to Mainstream Function board connector
M/B to Low Cost Function board connector
External Keyboard connector
BIOS IC
M/B to LAN Board connector
M/B to External MINI card slot connector
Embedded Controller IC (Winbond WPCE775C)
G-sensor IC LIS3L02AQ3
M/B to Bluetooth module connector
M/B to Touch pad board connector
M/B to Touch pad with Fingerprint board connector
M/B to LED board connector
M/B to Ferica module connector
Clock Gen IC ICS9LPRS365BGLFT
Satellite LED
Satellite LED
Card Bus connector
Card Bus power switch IC ENE CP-2211
New Card connector
Internal HDMI transmitter IC Sil1392
CEC control IC R5F211A4SP
LED Panel Drive IC
Internal MINI card slot
Internal MINI card slot
HDMI connector
USB connector
New Card power switch IC OZ27C10LN-B1
USB connector
1394 connector
External MIC jack connector
HP/SPDIF jack connector
Card Reader connector
Volume wheel
Codec IC CX20561-12Z
Card reader/1394 control IC OZ129T
Card Bus control IC CB1410
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Board Layout
(40)
(41)
(42)
(43)
(44)
(45)
(46)
(47)
(48)
(49)
(50)
(51)
(52)
(53)
(54)
(55)
(56)
(57)
(58)
U42
SW2
U37
LED3
CN36
CN35
CN30
CN28
CN25
CN24
CN21
CN19
CN20
PJ1
U26
CN22
U29
CN18
CN31
CIR controller IR-IRM-V538-TR1
Kill SW
South Bridge ICH8
W-LAN&BT LED
ODD connector
Internal MINI card slot
Internal speaker connector
RTC battery connector
DDR SO-DIMM(200P) slot
DDR SO-DIMM(200P) slot
Battery cable connector
HDD connector
Modem module connector
AC cable connector
CPU socket
FAN connector
North Bridge
CRT connector
VGA board connector
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Board Layout
B.2
Function Button board
<Front layout>
Figure B-2-1-1 Function Button board layout Mainstresam (Front)
<Back layout>
Figure B-2-1-2 Function Button board layout Mainstresam (Back)
Table B-2-1 Function Button board connectors
(01)
(02)
(03)
(04)
(05)
(06)
(07)
Location
SW1
SW2
SW3
SW4
SW5
SW6
J1
Function
Music Silence Button
Media Player Button
Music Play / Pause Button
Music Stop Button
Music Backward
Music Forward
MMB board (Mainstream) to M/B connector
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B-5
Board Layout
<Front layout>
Figure B-2-2-1 Function Button board layout Lowcost (Front)
<Back layout>
Figure B-2-2-2 Function Button board layout Lowcost (Back)
Table B-2-2 Function Button board connectors
(01)
(02)
(03)
(04)
(05)
(06)
(07)
Location
SW1
SW2
SW3
SW4
SW5
SW6
CN1
Function
Music Silence Button
Media Player Button
Music Play / Pause Button
Music Stop Button
Music Backward
Music Forward
MMB board (Lowcost) to M/B connector (no mount
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B-6
Board Layout
connector, only with Hotbar)
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B-7
Board Layout
B.3
Power Board
<Front layout>
Figure B-3 Power board layout
Table B-3 Power board connectors
(01)
(02)
(03)
Location
SW1
LED1
CN1
Function
Power Button Switch
Power LED
Power board to M/B connector
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Board Layout
B.4
Touch Pad Board
<Front layout>
Figure B-4-1 Touch Pad board layout (Front)
Table B-4-1 Touch Pad board connectors (Front)
Location
(01)
CN4
(02)
(03)
SW4
SW2
(04)
CN5
(05)
(06)
SW3
SW1
Function
Touch Pad board to Fingerprint board
connector(Upper)
Mouse Button Right key
Mouse Button Right key
Touch Pad board to Fingerprint board
connector(Lower)
Mouse Button Left key
Mouse Button Left key
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Board Layout
<Back layout>
Figure B-4-2 Touch pad board layout (Back)
Table B-4-2 Touch pad board connectors (Back)
(07)
(08)
Location
CN1
CN3
(09)
CN2
Function
Touch Pad board to M/B connector for Module use
Touch Pad board to Touch Pad Module connector
Touch Pad board to M/B connector for Fingerprint
board use
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Board Layout
B.5
LAN Board – 10/100/Giga RJ11 Modem Board
<Front layout>
Figure B-5-1 LAN board 10/100 RJ11 layout (Front)
Table B-5-1 LAN board 10/100 RJ11 layout (Front)
(01)
(02)
Location
CN1
CN2
(03)
U1
Function
Modem signal to MDC connector
LAN board to M/B connector
LAN board Marvell controller IC
88E8040T for 10/100
88E8072 for Giga
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Board Layout
<Back layout>
Figure B-5-2 LAN board 10/100 RJ11 layout (Back)
Table B-5-2 LAN board 10/100 RJ11 layout (Back)
(04)
(05)
(06)
(07)
(08)
(09)
Location
CN3
CN5
CN4
U4
U3
U2
Function
USB connector
RJ11 connector
RJ45 connector
LAN transformer IC
LAN EEPROM IC
LAN board USB power switch
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Board Layout
B.6
LAN Board – Giga FM Board
<Front layout>
Figure B-6-1 LAN board Giga FM layout (Front)
Table B-6-1 LAN board Giga FM layout (Front)
(01)
(02)
Location
U1
CN2
(03)
U2
Function
FM tuner controller IC
LAN board to M/B connector
LAN board Marvell controller IC
88E8072 for Giga
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Board Layout
<Back layout>
Figure B-6-2 LAN board Giga FM layout (Back)
Table B-6-2 LAN board Giga FM layout (Back)
(04)
(05)
(06)
(07)
(08)
(09)
Location
CN2
CN3
CN4
U5
U4
U3
Function
USB connector
FM RF connector
RJ45 connector
LAN transformer IC
LAN Flash IC
LAN board USB power switch
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Board Layout
B.7
Fingerprint Board
<Front layout>
Figure B-7-3 Fingerprint board layout (Front)
Table B-7-1 Fingerprint board layout (Front)
(01)
Location
U1
Function
Finger Printer IC AES1610
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Board Layout
<Back layout>
Figure B-7-2 Fingerprint board layout (Back)
Table B-7-2 Fingerprint board layout (Back)
Location
(02)
CN2
(03)
U2
(04)
CN3
(05)
(06)
U5
U3
Function
Fingerprint board to Touch Pad Board connector
(Upper)
Fingerprint Sensor ESD protect IC
Fingerprint board to Touch Pad Board connector
(Lower)
Fingerprint Flash IC
Fingerprint current limited IC
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Board Layout
B.8
Modem Board
<Front layout>
Figure B-8 Modem board layout
Table B-8 Modem board layout
(01)
(02)
(03)
Location
MJ2
CN1
MU1
Function
Modem board to LAN board modem connector
Modem board to M/B connector
Modem board controller IC
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Board Layout
B.9
LED Board
<Front layout>
Figure B-9-4 LED board layout (Front)
Table B-9-1 LED board layout (Front)
(01)
(02)
(03)
(04)
(05)
Location
LED7
LED3
LED1
LED8810
LED2
Function
ACIN signal detected light
Power signal detected light
Battery signal detected light
HDD signal detected light
Card Reader signal detected light
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Board Layout
<Back layout>
Figure B-9-2 LED board layout (Back)
Table B-9-2 LED board layout (Back)
Location
(06)
CN1
Function
LED board to M/B connector (no mount connector,
only with Hotbar)
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Pin Assignment
Appendix C Pin Assignment
CN1 LED Panel Connector
P/N:DFHS40FS736
PIN No.
CONN SMD HOUSING 40P 2R FS(P0.5,H2.6)
Signal name
I/O
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
1
MIC_DATA
I/O
2
ADOGND
---
3
GND
---
4
NC
---
5
LED_PWR
---
6
LED_PWR
---
7
LED_PWR
---
8
LED_PWR
---
9
LED_PWR
---
10
LED_PWR
---
11
NC
---
12
LED_GND6
---
13
LED_GND5
---
14
LED_GND4
---
15
LED_GND3
---
16
LED_GND2
---
17
LED_GND1
---
18
GND
---
19
LED_EDIDCLK
I/O
20
LED_EDIDDATA
I/O
21
GND
---
22
LED_TXLCLKOUT- I/O
23
LED_TXLCLKOUT+ I/O
24
GND
---
25
LED_TXLOUT0-
I/O
26
LED_TXLOUT0+
I/O
27
GND
---
28
LED_TXLOUT1-
I/O
29
LED_TXLOUT1+
I/O
30
GND
---
31
LED_TXLOUT2-
I/O
32
LED_TXLOUT2+
I/O
33
GND
---
34
USBP3+_LED
I/O
35
USBP3-_LED
I/O
36
GND
---
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37
LCDVCC
---
38
LCDVCC
---
39
+3V
---
40
CCD_POWER
---
41
GND
---
42
GND
---
43
GND
---
44
GND
---
45
NC
---
46
NC
---
CN2 Mainstream Function board connector
P/N:DFFC06FR013 CONN SMD FFC 6P 1R FR(P1.0,H2.02)
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
1
+3VPCU
---
2
+5VPCU
---
3
KEY_INT
---
4
GND
---
5
3ND_MBDATA I/O
6
3ND_MBCLK I/O
7
GND
8
GND
---
---
CN3 Low Cost Function board connector
P/N:DFFC10FR012
CONN SMD FFC 10P 1R FR(P1.0,H2.02)
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
1
+3VPCU
---
2
MX5
I
3
MX2
I
4
MY1
I
5
GND
---
6
MX3
I
7
LOW_DET
I
8
MX4
I
9
FN0#
O
10
FN1#
O
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CN4 Power Board connector
P/N:DFFC04FR012 CONN SMD FFC 4P 1R FR(P1.0,H1.5)
PIN No.
Signal
name
I/O
PIN No.
Signal
name
I/O
1
GND
---
2
PWRLED#
I
3
NBSWON#
I
4
+5VPCU
---
CN5 CCFL type panel connector
P/N:DFHS30FSB28
CONN SMD HOUSING 30P 2R FS (P1.0,H3.9)
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
1
INVCC0
---
2
LCDVCC
---
3
INVCC0
---
4
LCDVCC
---
5
NC
---
6
NC
---
7
+3V
---
8
GND
---
9
CCD_POWER
---
10
LCD_TXLCLKOUT+ I/O
11
ADOGND
---
12
LCD_TXLCLKOUT-
I/O
13
MIC_DATA
I
14
GND
---
15
DISPON
---
16
LCD_TXLOUT0+
I/O
17
LCD_VADJ
---
18
LCD_TXLOUT0-
I/O
19
LCD_EDIDCLK
I/O
20
GND
---
21
LCD_EDIDDATA I/O
22
LCD_TXLOUT1+
I/O
23
GND
---
24
LCD_TXLOUT1-
I/O
25
USBP3+_LCD
---
26
GND
---
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27
USBP3-_LCD
---
28
LCD_TXLOUT2+
I/O
29
GND
I/O
30
LCD_TXLOUT2-
I/O
31
GND
---
32
GND
---
CN6 LAN Board connector
P/N:DFFC32FR003
PIN No.
CONN SMD FPC 32P 1R FR(P0.5,H2.13)
Signal name
I/O
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
1
+5VPCU
---
2
+5VPCU
---
3
+5VPCU
---
4
+5VPCU
---
5
USB_EN#0
I
6
USBOC#0
O
7
+3V_S5
---
8
+3V_S5
---
9
FM_RIGHT
O
10
FM_LEFT
O
11
SB_GPIO7
I
12
FM_INT
O
13
SB_GPIO27
I
14
LOM_DISABLE#
O
15
GND
---
16
USBP0-
I/O
17
USBP0+
I/O
18
GND
---
19
CLK_PCIE_LAN O
20
CLK_PCIE_LAN# O
21
GND
---
22
PCIE_TXN5
O
23
PCIE_TXP5
O
24
GND
---
25
PCIE_RXP5
I
26
PCIE_RXN5
I
27
GND
---
28
PLTRST#
O
29
PCIE_WAKE#
I
30
+3V
---
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31
FM_DET
I
32
GND
---
CN7 External Keyboard connector
P/N:DFFC34FR003 CONN SMD FFC 34P,1R,FR(P0.8,H2.0)
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
1
K_LED_P
I
2
MY16
O
3
NC
---
4
MY17
O
5
NC
---
6
K_LED_P
I
7
MY2
O
8
MY1
O
9
MY0
O
10
MY4
O
11
MY3
O
12
MY5
O
13
MY14
O
14
MY6
O
15
MY6
O
16
MY13
O
17
MY8
O
18
MY9
O
19
MY10
O
20
MY11
O
21
MY12
O
22
MY15
O
23
MX7
O
24
MX2
O
25
MX3
O
26
MX4
O
27
MX0
O
28
MX5
O
29
MX6
O
30
MX1
O
31
K_LED_P
I
32
CAPSLED
I
33
FN_F10
I
34
NUMLED
I
35
GND
---
36
GND
---
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CN8 External MINI card slot connector
P/N:DFFC14FR009
PIN No.
CONN SMD FFC 14P 1R FR(P1.0,H1.5)
Signal name
I/O
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
1
PLTRST#
---
2
NC
---
3
GND
---
4
CLK_PCIE_MINI4# I
5
CLK_PCIE_MINI4 I
6
GND
---
7
PCIE_RXN4
I
8
PCIE_RXP4
I
9
GND
---
10
PCIE_TXN4
O
11
PCIE_TXP4
O
12
GND
---
13
+1.5V
---
14
+3V
---
CN10 Bluetooth module connector
P/N: DFHD10MR008 CONN SMD HEADER 10P 1R MR(P1.25,H1.9)
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
PIN No.
Signal
name
I/O
1
GND
---
2
USBP2+
I/O
3
USBP2-
I/O
4
WCS_CLK
I
5
GND
---
6
BT_RESET
---
7
WCS_DAT
O
8
+3V
---
9
USB_DETACH ---
10
GND
---
11
GND
12
GND
---
---
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CN11 Touch pad board connector
P/N:DFFC06FR019
PIN No.
CONN SMD FFC 6P 1R FR(P0.5,H2.0)
Signal
name
I/O
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
1
+5V_TP
---
2
TPDATA
I/O
3
TPCLK
I/O
4
TP_LED_ON I
5
GND
---
6
GND
---
CN12 Touch pad with Fingerprint board connector
P/N:DFHD04MRA75
PIN No.
CONN SMD HEADER 4P 1R MR(P1.25,H1.95)
Signal name
I/O
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
1
+3V_Fingerprint ---
2
USBP1-
I/O
3
USBP1+
4
GND
---
I/O
CN13 LED board connector
P/N:DFFC12FR285 CONN SMD FFC 12P 1R FR (P0.5,H2.2)
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
PIN No.
Signal
name
I/O
1
GND
---
2
GND
---
3
+5VPCU
---
4
+5VPCU
---
5
+5V
---
6
BATLED1# I
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Pin Assignment
7
BATLED0#
9
11
I
8
PWRLED#
I
SUSLED_EC I
10
IDE_LED#
---
TP_XD_LED I
12
ACIN
---
CN14 Ferica module connector
P/N: DFFC06FR003 CONN SMD FPC 6P 1R FR(P0.5,H1.5)
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
1
+5V_Felica
---
2
USBP4-
I/O
3
USBP4+
I/O
4
GND
---
5
NC
---
6
Test point
---
CN15 New Card connector
P/N:DFHD26MR074 CONN SMD HEADER 26P 1R MR (P1.0,H5.4)
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
1
GND
---
2
USBP9-_R
I/O
3
USBP9+_R
I/O
4
CPUSB#
O
5
NC
---
6
NC
---
7
NEW_SMCLK
O
8
NEW_SMDATA
O
9
+NEW_1.5V
---
10
+NEW_1.5V
---
11
PCIE_WAKE#
---
12
+NEW_3VAUX
---
13
PERST#
O
14
+NEW_3V
---
15
+NEW_3V
---
16
NEW_CLKREQ#
O
17
CPPE#
O
18
CLK_PCIE_NEW# I
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19
CLK_PCIE_NEW I
20
GND
---
21
PCIE_RXN1
I
22
PCIE_RXP1
I
23
GND
---
24
PCIE_TXN1
O
25
PCIE_TXP1
O
26
GND
---
27
GND
---
28
GND
---
29
GND
---
30
GND
---
CN16 Card Bus connector
P/N:DFHD68MR710 CONN SMD HEADER 68P 2R MR(P0.635,H5.5)
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
1
GND
---
2
A_CAD0
I/O
3
A_CAD1
I/O
4
A_CAD3
I/O
5
A_CAD5
I/O
6
A_CAD7
I/O
7
A_CC/BE0#
O
8
A_CAD9
I/O
9
A_CAD11
I/O
10
A_CAD12
I/O
11
A_CAD14
I/O
12
A_CC/BE1#
O
13
A_CPAR
I/O
14
A_CPERR#
O
15
A_CGNT#
I
16
A_CINT#
O
17
AVCC
---
18
AVPP
---
19
A_CCLK
I
20
A_CIRDY#
O
21
A_CC/BE2#
O
22
A_CAD18
I/O
23
A_CAD20
I/O
24
A_CAD21
I/O
25
A_CAD22
I/O
26
A_CAD23
I/O
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A_CAD24
I/O
28
A_CAD25
I/O
29
A_CAD26
I/O
30
A_CAD27
I/O
31
A_CAD29
I/O
32
A_CRSVD/D2
I/O
33
A_CCLKRUN# I
34
GND
---
35
GND
---
36
A_CCD1#
I/O
37
A_CAD2
I/O
38
A_CAD4
I/O
39
A_CAD6
I/O
40
A_CRSVD/D14 I/O
41
A_CAD8
I/O
42
A_CAD10
I/O
43
A_CVS1#
O
44
A_CAD13
I/O
45
A_CAD15
I/O
46
A_CAD16
I/O
47
A_CRSVD/A18 I/O
48
A_CBLOCK#
I
49
A_CSTOP#
O
50
A_CDEVSEL#
I
51
AVCC
---
52
AVPP
---
53
A_CTRDY#
O
54
A_CFRAME#
I
55
A_CAD17
I/O
56
A_CAD19
I/O
57
A_CVS2#
O
58
A_CRST#
I
59
A_CSERR#
I
60
A_CREQ#
I
61
A_CC/BE3#
O
62
A_CAUDIO
I
63
A_CSTSCHG
I
64
A_CAD28
I/O
65
A_CAD30
I/O
66
A_CAD31
I/O
67
A_CCD2#
I/O
68
GND
---
CN18 CRT connector
P/N:DFDS15FR581
CONN DIP D-SUB 15P 2R FR(H10,P1.145)
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PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
1
CRT_R1
I
2
CRT_G1
I
3
CRT_B1
I
4
NC
---
5
GND
---
6
GND
---
7
GND
---
8
GND
---
9
5V_CRT2
---
10
GND
---
11
CRT_SENSE#
O
12
CRTDDAT
I
13
CRTHSYNC
I
14
CRTVSYNC
I
15
CRTDCLK
I
16
GND
---
17
GND
---
CN19 HDD connector
P/N:DFHS22FR056
PIN No.
CONN DIP HOUSING 22P 1R FR(P1.27,H12.15)
Signal name
I/O
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
1
GND
---
2
SATA_TXP0
O
3
SATA_TXN0
O
4
GND
---
5
SATA_RXN0
I
6
SATA_RXP0
I
7
GND
---
8
+3.3VSATA
---
9
+3.3VSATA
---
10
+3.3VSATA
---
11
GND
---
12
GND
---
13
GND
---
14
+5VSATA
---
15
+5VSATA
---
16
+5VSATA
---
17
GND
---
18
NC
---
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19
GND
---
20
NC
---
21
NC
---
22
NC
---
23
GND
---
24
GND
---
CN20 Modem module connector
P/N:DFHS12FS002 CONN SMD HOUSING 12P 2R FS(P0.8,H8.35)
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
1
NC
---
2
NC
---
3
NC
---
4
NC
---
5
NC
---
6
NC
---
7
DIB_P
I
8
NC
---
9
DIB_N
I
10
NC
---
11
NC
---
12
NC
---
CN21 Battery cable Connector
P/N: DFHD14MS014 CONN SMD HEADER 14P 2R MS(P1.5,H19.5)
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
1
GND
---
2
GND
---
3
GND
---
4
GND
---
5
MBCLK
I/O
6
MBDATA
I/O
7
TEMP_MBAT O
8
GND
---
9
ID
O
10
NC
---
11
MBAT+
---
12
MBAT+
---
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13
MBAT+
---
14
MBAT+
---
CN22 FAN connector
P/N:DFWF03MS000 CONN SMD WAFER,3P,1R,MS(P1.25,H4.7)
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
1
TH_FAN_POWER ---
3
+3V/ FANSIG
PIN No.
2
Signal name
GND
I/O
---
---
CN23 HDMI connector
P/N:DFHD19MR011 CONN SMD HDMI 19P 2R MR(P1.0,H6.53)
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
1
HDMITX2P
O
2
GND
---
3
HDMITX2N
O
4
HDMITX1P
O
5
GND
---
6
HDMITX1N
O
7
HDMITX0P
O
8
GND
---
9
HDMITX0N
O
10
HDMICLK+
I/O
11
GND
---
12
HDMICLK-
I/O
13
CEC
---
14
NC
---
15
HDMI_DDCCLK
I/O
16
HDMI_DDCDATA
I/O
17
GND
---
18
DDC5V
---
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19
HDMI_HP
---
20
GND
---
21
GND
---
22
GND
---
23
GND
---
CN24 DDR2 SO-DIMM(200P) slot
P/N:DGMK0000040 IC SOCKET DDR2 SO-DIMM(200P,H10.5,RVS)
PIN
No.
Signal name
I/O
PIN
No.
Signal name
I/O
1
SMDDR_VREF_DIMM ---
2
GND
---
3
GND
---
4
M_B_DQ4
I/O
5
M_B_DQ0
I/O
6
M_B_DQ1
I/O
7
M_B_DQ5
I/O
8
GND
---
9
GND
---
10
M_B_DM0
I
11
M_B_DQS#0
I/O
12
GND
---
13
M_B_DQS0
I/O
14
M_B_DQ2
I/O
15
GND
---
16
M_B_DQ6
I/O
17
M_B_DQ7
I/O
18
GND
---
19
M_B_DQ3
I/O
20
M_B_DQ12
I/O
21
GND
---
22
M_B_DQ13
I/O
23
M_B_DQ9
I/O
24
GND
---
25
M_B_DQ8
I/O
26
M_B_DM1
I
27
GND
---
28
GND
---
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29
M_B_DQS#1
I/O
30
M_CLK_DDR3
31
M_B_DQS1
I/O
32
M_CLK_DDR#3 I
33
GND
---
34
GND
---
35
M_B_DQ11
I/O
36
M_B_DQ14
I/O
37
M_B_DQ10
I/O
38
M_B_DQ15
I/O
39
GND
---
40
GND
---
41
GND
---
42
GND
---
43
M_B_DQ20
I/O
44
M_B_DQ16
I/O
45
M_B_DQ17
I/O
46
M_B_DQ21
I/O
47
GND
---
48
GND
---
49
M_B_DQS#2
I/O
50
PM_EXTTS#1
O
51
M_B_DQS2
I/O
52
M_B_DM2
I
53
GND
---
54
GND
---
55
M_B_DQ22
I/O
56
M_B_DQ18
I/O
57
M_B_DQ23
I/O
58
M_B_DQ19
I/O
59
GND
---
60
GND
---
61
M_B_DQ29
I/O
62
M_B_DQ24
I/O
63
M_B_DQ28
I/O
64
M_B_DQ25
I/O
65
GND
---
66
GND
---
67
M_B_DM3
I
68
M_B_DQS#3
I/O
69
NC
---
70
M_B_DQS3
I/O
71
GND
---
72
GND
---
73
M_B_DQ26
I/O
74
M_B_DQ30
I/O
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Pin Assignment
75
M_B_DQ27
I/O
76
M_B_DQ31
I/O
77
GND
---
78
GND
---
79
M_CKE3
I
80
M_CKE4
I
81
+1.8VSUS
---
82
+1.8VSUS
---
83
NC
---
84
NC
---
85
M_B_BS#2
I
86
M_B_A14
---
87
+1.8VSUS
---
88
+1.8VSUS
---
89
M_B_A12
I/O
90
M_B_A11
I/O
91
M_B_A9
I/O
92
M_B_A7
I/O
93
M_B_A8
I/O
94
M_B_A6
I/O
95
+1.8VSUS
---
96
+1.8VSUS
---
97
M_B_A5
I/O
98
M_B_A4
I/O
99
M_B_A3
I/O
100
M_B_A2
I/O
101
M_B_A1
I/O
102
M_B_A0
I/O
103
+1.8VSUS
---
104
+1.8VSUS
---
105
M_B_A10
I/O
106
M_B_BS1
I
107
M_B_BS0
I
108
M_B_RAS#
I
109
M_B_WE#
I
110
M_CS#2
I
111
+1.8VSUS
---
112
+1.8VSUS
---
113
M_B_CAS#
I
114
M_ODT2
I
115
M_CS#3
I
116
M_B_A13
I/O
117
+1.8VSUS
---
118
+1.8VSUS
---
119
M_ODT3
I
120
NC
---
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121
GND
---
122
GND
---
123
M_B_DQ37
I/O
124
M_B_DQ32
I/O
125
M_B_DQ38
I/O
126
M_B_DQ36
I/O
127
GND
---
128
GND
---
129
M_B_DQS#4
I/O
130
M_B_DM4
I
131
M_B_DQS4
I/O
132
GND
---
133
GND
---
134
M_B_DQ39
I/O
135
M_B_DQ34
I/O
136
M_B_DQ33
I/O
137
M_B_DQ35
I/O
138
GND
---
139
GND
---
140
M_B_DQ44
I/O
141
M_B_DQ40
I/O
142
M_B_DQ45
I/O
143
M_B_DQ41
I/O
144
GND
---
145
GND
---
146
M_B_DQS#5
I/O
147
M_B_DM5
I
148
M_B_DQS5
I/O
149
GND
---
150
GND
---
151
M_B_DQ46
I/O
152
M_B_DQ42
I/O
153
M_B_DQ43
I/O
154
M_B_DQ47
I/O
155
GND
---
156
GND
---
157
M_B_DQ53
I/O
158
M_B_DQ52
I/O
159
M_B_DQ49
I/O
160
M_B_DQ48
I/O
161
GND
---
162
GND
---
163
NC
---
164
M_CLK_DDR4
I
165
GND
---
166
M_CLK_DDR#4 I
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167
M_B_DQS#6
I/O
168
GND
---
169
M_B_DQS6
I/O
170
M_B_DM6
I
171
GND
---
172
GND
---
173
M_B_DQ51
I/O
174
M_B_DQ55
I/O
175
M_B_DQ54
I/O
176
M_B_DQ50
I/O
177
GND
---
178
GND
---
179
M_B_DQ56
I/O
180
M_B_DQ60
I/O
181
M_B_DQ57
I/O
182
M_B_DQ61
I/O
183
GND
---
184
GND
---
185
M_B_DM7
I
186
M_B_DQS#7
I/O
187
GND
---
188
M_B_DQS7
I/O
189
M_B_DQ59
I/O
190
GND
---
191
M_B_DQ62
I/O
192
M_B_DQ63
I/O
193
GND
---
194
M_B_DQ58
I/O
195
CGDAT_SMB
I/O
196
GND
---
197
CGCLK_SMB
I/O
198
GND
---
199
+3V
---
200
+3V
---
CN25 DDR2 Connector
P/N: DGMK0000037 IC SOCKET DDR2 SO-DIMM(200P,H6,RVS)
PIN
No.
1
Signal name
I/O
SMDDR_VREF_DIMM ---
PIN
No.
2
Signal name
GND
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I/O
---
Pin Assignment
3
GND
---
4
M_A_DQ4
I/O
5
M_A_DQ6
I/O
6
M_A_DQ0
I/O
7
M_A_DQ5
I/O
8
GND
---
9
GND
---
10
M_A_DM0
I
11
M_A_DQS#0
I/O
12
GND
---
13
M_A_DQS0
I/O
14
M_A_DQ7
I/O
15
GND
---
16
M_A_DQ1
I/O
17
M_A_DQ2
I/O
18
GND
---
19
M_A_DQ3
I/O
20
M_A_DQ13
I/O
21
GND
---
22
M_A_DQ12
I/O
23
M_A_DQ9
I/O
24
GND
---
25
M_A_DQ8
I/O
26
M_A_DM1
I
27
GND
---
28
GND
---
29
M_A_DQS#1
I/O
30
M_CLK_DDR0
I
31
M_A_DQS1
I/O
32
M_CLK_DDR#0 I
33
GND
---
34
GND
---
35
M_A_DQ14
I/O
36
M_A_DQ10
I/O
37
M_A_DQ11
I/O
38
M_A_DQ15
I/O
39
GND
---
40
GND
---
41
GND
---
42
GND
---
43
M_A_DQ17
I/O
44
M_A_DQ16
I/O
45
M_A_DQ20
I/O
46
M_A_DQ21
I/O
47
GND
---
48
GND
---
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49
M_A_DQS#2
I/O
50
PM_EXTTS#0
O
51
M_A_DQS2
I/O
52
M_A_DM2
I
53
GND
---
54
GND
---
55
M_A_DQ23
I/O
56
M_A_DQ18
I/O
57
M_A_DQ19
I/O
58
M_A_DQ22
I/O
59
GND
---
60
GND
---
61
M_A_DQ28
I/O
62
M_A_DQ29
I/O
63
M_A_DQ25
I/O
64
M_A_DQ24
I/O
65
GND
---
66
GND
---
67
M_A_DM3
I
68
M_A_DQS#3
I/O
69
NC
---
70
M_A_DQS3
I/O
71
GND
---
72
GND
---
73
M_A_DQ26
I/O
74
M_A_DQ30
I/O
75
M_A_DQ27
I/O
76
M_A_DQ31
I/O
77
GND
---
78
GND
---
79
M_CKE0
I
80
M_CKE1
I
81
+1.8VSUS
---
82
+1.8VSUS
---
83
NC
---
84
NC
---
85
M_A_BS#2
I
86
M_A_A14
---
87
+1.8VSUS
---
88
+1.8VSUS
---
89
M_A_A12
I/O
90
M_A_A11
I/O
91
M_A_A9
I/O
92
M_A_A7
I/O
93
M_A_A8
I/O
94
M_A_A6
I/O
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95
+1.8VSUS
---
96
+1.8VSUS
---
97
M_A_A5
I/O
98
M_A_A4
I/O
99
M_A_A3
I/O
100
M_A_A2
I/O
101
M_A_A1
I/O
102
M_A_A0
I/O
103
+1.8VSUS
---
104
+1.8VSUS
---
105
M_A_A10
I/O
106
M_A_BS1
I
107
M_A_BS0
I
108
M_A_RAS#
I
109
M_A_WE#
I
110
M_CS#0
I
111
+1.8VSUS
---
112
+1.8VSUS
---
113
M_A_CAS#
I
114
M_ODT0
I
115
M_CS#1
I
116
M_A_A13
I/O
117
+1.8VSUS
---
118
+1.8VSUS
---
119
M_ODT1
I
120
NC
---
121
GND
---
122
GND
---
123
M_A_DQ36
I/O
124
M_A_DQ32
I/O
125
M_A_DQ37
I/O
126
M_A_DQ33
I/O
127
GND
---
128
GND
---
129
M_A_DQS#4
I/O
130
M_A_DM4
I
131
M_A_DQS4
I/O
132
GND
---
133
GND
---
134
M_A_DQ35
I/O
135
M_A_DQ39
I/O
136
M_A_DQ38
I/O
137
M_A_DQ34
I/O
138
GND
---
139
GND
---
140
M_A_DQ44
I/O
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141
M_A_DQ40
I/O
142
M_A_DQ45
I/O
143
M_A_DQ41
I/O
144
GND
---
145
GND
---
146
M_A_DQS#5
I/O
147
M_A_DM5
I
148
M_A_DQS5
I/O
149
GND
---
150
GND
---
151
M_A_DQ42
I/O
152
M_A_DQ43
I/O
153
M_A_DQ46
I/O
154
M_A_DQ47
I/O
155
GND
---
156
GND
---
157
M_A_DQ53
I/O
158
M_A_DQ48
I/O
159
M_A_DQ49
I/O
160
M_A_DQ52
I/O
161
GND
---
162
GND
---
163
NC
---
164
M_CLK_DDR1
I
165
GND
---
166
M_CLK_DDR#1 I
167
M_A_DQS#6
I/O
168
GND
---
169
M_A_DQS6
I/O
170
M_A_DM6
I
171
GND
---
172
GND
---
173
M_A_DQ50
I/O
174
M_A_DQ54
I/O
175
M_A_DQ51
I/O
176
M_A_DQ55
I/O
177
GND
---
178
GND
---
179
M_A_DQ56
I/O
180
M_A_DQ61
I/O
181
M_A_DQ60
I/O
182
M_A_DQ57
I/O
183
GND
---
184
GND
---
185
M_A_DM7
I
186
M_A_DQS#7
I/O
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GND
---
188
M_A_DQS7
I/O
189
M_A_DQ62
I/O
190
GND
---
191
M_A_DQ63
I/O
192
M_A_DQ58
I/O
193
GND
---
194
M_A_DQ59
I/O
195
CGDAT_SMB
I/O
196
GND
---
197
CGCLK_SMB
I/O
198
GND
---
199
+3V
---
200
GND
---
CN26 USB connector
P/N:DFHS04FRB11 CONN DIP USB HOUSING 4P 1R FR(H7.6)
PIN No.
Signal
name
I/O
PIN No.
Signal
name
I/O
1
GND
---
2
BUSBP7+
I/O
3
BUSBP7-
I/O
4
USBPWR
---
CN27 Internal MINI card slot
P/N:DFHD52MS146 CONN SMD HEADER,52P,2R,MS(P0.8,H9)
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
1
NC
---
2
+3V
---
3
NC
---
4
GND
---
5
NC
---
6
+1.5V
---
7
NC
I
8
NC
---
9
GND
O
10
NC
---
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11
CLK_PCIE_MINI3#
I
12
NC
---
13
CLK_PCIE_MINI3
I
14
NC
---
15
GND
---
16
NC
---
17
NC
---
18
GND
---
19
NC
---
20
NC
---
21
GND
---
22
PLTRST#
I
23
PCIE_RXN2
I
24
NC
---
25
PCIE_RXP2
I
26
GND
---
27
GND
---
28
+1.5V
---
29
GND
---
30
NC
---
31
PCIE_TXN2
O
32
NC
---
33
PCIE_TXP2
O
34
GND
---
35
GND
---
36
NC
---
37
NC
---
38
NC
---
39
NC
---
40
GND
---
41
NC
---
42
NC
---
43
NC
---
44
NC
---
45
NC
---
46
NC
---
47
NC
---
48
+1.5V
---
49
NC
---
50
GND
---
51
NC
---
52
+3V
---
CN28 RTC battery connector
P/N:DFWF02MS000
CONN SMD WAFER 2P 1R MS(P1.25)
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Pin Assignment
PIN No.
1
Signal
name
I/O
PIN No.
VCCRTC_4 ---
2
Signal
name
GND
I/O
---
CN29 USB connector
P/N: DFHS04FRB11 CONN DIP USB HOUSING 4P 1R FR(H7.6)
PIN No.
Signal
name
I/O
PIN No.
Signal
name
I/O
1
GND
---
2
BUSBP6+
I/O
3
BUSBP6-
I/O
4
USBPWR
---
CN30 Internal speaker connector
P/N:DFWF04MS002
PIN No.
CONN SMD WAFER,4P,1R,MS(P1.25,H4.7)
Signal
name
I/O
PIN No.
Signal
name
I/O
1
INSPKR-N
---
2
INSPKR+N
---
3
INSPKL-N
---
4
INSPKL+N
---
5
NC
---
6
NC
---
CN31 VGA board connector
P/N:DFHSK0FS001 CONN SMD HOUSING 200P FS(P5.15,H8.65)
PIN
No.
Signal name
I/O
PIN
No.
Signal name
I/O
1
PEG_RXN15
I
2
PEG_TXN15
O
3
PEG_RXP15
I
4
PEG_TXP15
O
5
GND
---
6
GND
---
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Pin Assignment
7
PEG_RXN14
I
8
PEG_TXN14
O
9
PEG_RXP14
I
10
PEG_TXP14
O
11
GND
---
12
GND
---
13
PEG_RXN13
I
14
PEG_TXN13
O
15
PEG_RXP13
I
16
PEG_TXP13
O
17
GND
---
18
GND
---
19
PEG_RXN12
I
20
PEG_TXN12
O
21
PEG_RXP12
I
22
PEG_TXP12
O
23
GND
---
24
GND
---
25
PEG_RXN11
I
26
PEG_TXN11
O
27
PEG_RXP11
I
28
PEG_TXP11
O
29
GND
---
30
GND
---
31
PEG_RXN10
I
32
PEG_TXN10
O
33
PEG_RXP10
I
34
PEG_TXP10
O
35
GND
---
36
GND
---
37
PEG_RXN9
I
38
PEG_TXN9
O
39
PEG_RXP9
I
40
PEG_TXP9
O
41
GND
---
42
GND
---
43
PEG_RXN8
I
44
PEG_TXN8
O
45
PEG_RXP8
I
46
PEG_TXP8
O
47
GND
---
48
GND
---
49
PEG_RXN7
I
50
PEG_TXN7
O
51
PEG_RXP7
I
52
PEG_TXP7
O
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Pin Assignment
53
GND
---
54
GND
---
55
PEG_RXN6
I
56
PEG_TXN6
O
57
PEG_RXP6
I
58
PEG_TXP6
O
59
GND
---
60
GND
---
61
PEG_RXN5
I
62
PEG_TXN5
O
63
PEG_RXP5
I
64
PEG_TXP5
O
65
GND
---
66
GND
---
67
PEG_RXN4
I
68
PEG_TXN4
O
69
PEG_RXP4
I
70
PEG_TXP4
O
71
GND
---
72
GND
---
73
PEG_RXN3
I
74
PEG_TXN3
O
75
PEG_RXP3
I
76
PEG_TXP3
O
77
GND
---
78
GND
---
79
PEG_RXN2
I
80
PEG_TXN2
O
81
PEG_RXP2
I
82
PEG_TXP2
O
83
GND
---
84
GND
---
85
PEG_RXN1
I
86
PEG_TXN1
O
87
PEG_RXP1
I
88
PEG_TXP1
O
89
GND
---
90
GND
---
91
PEG_RXN0
I
92
PEG_TXN0
O
93
PEG_RXP0
I
94
PEG_TXP0
O
95
GND
---
96
GND
---
97
CLK_MXM#
I
98
EXT_CRT_DDCCLK
I/O
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Pin Assignment
99
CLK_MXM
I
100
EXT_CRT_DDCDAT
I/O
101
GND
---
102
GND
---
103
GFXRST#
I
104
EXT_HDMI_DDCCLK
I/O
105
SYSFANON#
O
106
EXT_HDMI_DDCDATA I/O
107
MAINON
I
108
GND
---
109
GFXPG
O
110
EXT_LVDS_PNLCLK
I/O
111
3ND_MBDATA
I/O
112
EXT_LVDS_PNLDAT
I/O
113
3ND_MBCLK
I/O
114
GND
---
115
EXT_LVDS_BLON O
116
EXT_VGA_RED
O
117
EXT_DISP_ON
O
118
GND
---
119
DVI_HPD
I
120
EXT_VGA_GRN
O
121
GND
---
122
GND
---
123
EXT_HSYNC
O
124
EXT_VGA_BLU
O
125
EXT_VSYNC
O
126
GND
---
127
GND
---
128
EXT_LVDS_TXL#2
---
129
NC
---
130
EXT_LVDS_TXL2
131
NC
---
132
GND
133
GND
---
134
EXT_LVDS_TXL#1
135
NC
---
136
EXT_LVDS_TXL1
137
NC
---
138
GND
139
GND
---
140
EXT_LVDS_TXL#0
141
NC
---
142
EXT_LVDS_TXL0
143
NC
---
144
GND
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---
---
Pin Assignment
145
GND
---
146
EXT_LVDS_TXLCK#
147
NC
---
148
EXT_LVDS_TXLCK
149
NC
---
150
GND
---
151
GND
---
152
NC
---
153
GND
---
154
GND
---
155
GND
---
156
NC
---
157
GND
---
158
GND
---
159
GND
---
160
NC
---
161
NC
---
162
GND
---
163
+5V
---
164
EXT_HDMICLK-
O
165
+5V
---
166
EXT_HDMICLK+
O
167
NC
---
168
GND
---
169
GND
---
170
EXT_HDMITX2N
O
171
NC
---
172
EXT_HDMITX2P
O
173
+3V
---
174
GND
---
175
+3V
---
176
EXT_HDMITX1N
O
177
+3V
---
178
EXT_HDMITX1P
O
179
+3V
---
180
GND
---
181
+3V
---
182
EXT_HDMITX0N
O
183
NC
---
184
EXT_HDMITX0P
O
185
GND
---
186
GND
---
187
NC
---
188
NC
---
189
VIN_VGA
---
190
VIN_VGA
---
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Pin Assignment
191
VIN
---
192
VIN
---
193
VIN
---
194
VIN
---
195
VIN
---
196
VIN
---
197
VIN
---
198
VIN
---
199
VIN
---
200
VIN
---
CN32 1394 connector
P/N:DFHS04FR109
PIN No.
CONN DIP 1394 4P FR(P0.8,H6.6)
Signal name
I/O
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
1
L1394_TPB0- O
2
L1394_TPB0+ O
3
L1394_TPA0- O
4
L1394_TPA0+ O
5
GND
---
6
GND
---
7
GND
---
8
GND
---
CN33 External MIC jack connector
P/N:DFTJ06FR102 CONN DIP PHONE JACK 6P 1R FR(H6.6)BLACK
PIN No.
Signal
name
I/O
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
1
ADOGND
---
2
MIC1-L1
O
3
MIC1-R1
O
4
Port_B#
O
5
ADOGND
---
6
NC
---
7
ADOGND
---
8
ADOGND
---
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CN34 Internal MINI card slot
P/N:DFHS52FR011
CONN SMD HOUSING 52P 2R FR(P0.8,H7.5) VGA
P/N:DFHS52FR010
CONN SMD HOUSING 52P 2R FR(P0.8,H5.6) UMA
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
1
NC
---
2
+3V
3
NC
---
4
GND
5
NC
---
6
+1.5V
---
7
NC
---
8
LAD0_PCIE
I/O
9
GND
---
10
LAD1_PCIE
I/O
11
CLK_PCIE_MINI2#
I
12
LAD2_PCIE
I/O
13
CLK_PCIE_MINI2
I
14
LAD3_PCIE
I/O
15
GND
---
16
LFRAME#_PCIE I
17
NC
---
18
GND
---
19
NC
---
20
NC
---
21
GND
---
22
PLTRST#
I
23
PCIE_RXN3
I
24
NC
---
25
PCIE_RXP3
I
26
GND
---
27
GND
---
28
+1.5V
---
29
GND
---
30
NC
---
31
PCIE_TXN3
O
32
NC
---
33
PCIE_TXP3
O
34
GND
---
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Pin Assignment
35
GND
---
36
Test point
---
37
NC
---
38
Test point
---
39
NC
---
40
GND
---
41
NC
---
42
NC
---
43
NC
---
44
NC
---
45
PCLK__debug
I
46
NC
---
47
PLTRST#_debug
I
48
+1.5V
---
49
LDRQ#1__debug
O
50
GND
---
51
SERIRQ_debug
O
52
+3V
---
CN35 Internal MINI card slot
P/N:DFHS52FR016
PIN No.
CONN DIP HOUSING 52P 2R FR(P0.8,H6.5)
Signal name
I/O
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
1
WLAN_WAKE#
O
2
+3V
---
3
WCS_DATR
I/O
4
GND
---
5
WCS_CLKR
I/O
6
+1.5V
---
7
NC
---
8
NC
---
9
GND
---
10
NC
---
11
CLK_PCIE_MINI#
I
12
NC
---
13
CLK_PCIE_MINI
I
14
NC
---
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15
GND
---
16
NC
17
NC
---
18
GND
19
NC
---
20
RF_EN_WLAN
I
21
GND
---
22
PLTRST#
I
23
PCIE_RXN6
I
24
+3V_S5
---
25
PCIE_RXP6
I
26
GND
---
27
GND
---
28
+1.5V
---
29
GND
---
30
WL_SMCLK
I/O
31
PCIE_TXN6
O
32
WL_SMDATA
I/O
33
PCIE_TXP6
O
34
GND
---
35
GND
---
36
USBP5-_C
I/O
37
GND
---
38
USBP5+_C
I/O
39
NC
---
40
GND
---
41
NC
---
42
WiMAX_LED#_B O
43
GND
---
44
NC
---
45
CL_CLK1_WLAN
I/O
46
NC
---
47
PLTRST#_PCIE
I/O
48
+1.5V
---
49
CL_RST#1_WLAN
I
50
GND
---
51
NC
---
52
+3V
---
CN36 ODD connector
P/N: DFHS50FR034
CONN DIP HOUSING 50P 2R FR(P0.8,H3.45)
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Pin Assignment
PIN No.
Signal
name
I/O
PIN No.
Signal
name
I/O
1
NC
---
2
NC
---
3
NC
---
4
GND
---
5
-IDERST
O
6
PDD8
I/O
7
PDD7
I/O
8
PDD9
I/O
9
PDD6
I/O
10
PDD10
I/O
11
PDD5
I/O
12
PDD11
I/O
13
PDD4
I/O
14
PDD12
I/O
15
PDD3
I/O
16
PDD13
I/O
17
PDD2
I/O
18
PDD14
I/O
19
PDD1
I/O
20
PDD15
I/O
21
PDD0
I/O
22
PDDREQ
O
23
GND
---
24
PDIOR#
I
25
PDIOW#
I
26
GND
---
27
PDIORDY
O
28
PDDACK#
I
29
IRQ14
O
30
NC
---
31
PDA1
I/O
32
DIAG#
---
33
PDA0
I/O
34
PDA2
I/O
35
PDCS1#
I
36
PDCS3#
O
37
ODD_LED# O
38
+5V
---
39
+5V
---
40
+5V
---
41
+5V
---
42
+5V
---
43
GND
---
44
GND
---
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45
GND
---
46
GND
---
47
GND
---
48
GND
---
49
NC
---
50
NC
---
51
GND
---
52
GND
---
CN37 Card Reader connector
P/N:DFHD42MS005
PIN No.
CONN SMD HEADER 42P 1R MS(P0.76,H5.6)
Signal name
I/O
PIN
No.
Signal name
I/O
1
GND
---
2
XD_CD#
O
3
XD_R/B#
I
4
XD_RE#
I/O
5
XD_CE#
I
6
XD_CLE
O
7
XD_ALE
I
8
XD_WE#
I
9
GND
I/O
10
GND
---
11
SD_D3
I/O
12
VCC_XD
---
13
XD_WPO#
O
14
SD/MS_CLK_C
---
15
SD_CMD
I
16
MS_D3/XD_D0
I/O
17
GND
---
18
MS_CD#
---
19
GND
---
20
MS_D2/XD_D1
I/O
21
VCC_XD
---
22
MS_D0/XD_D2
I/O
23
MS_D3/XD_D0_C
I/O
24
MS_D1/XD_D7
I/O
25
SD/MS_CLK
I/O
26
MS_BS/XD_D3
I
27
MS_D2/XD_D1_C
I/O
28
GND
---
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29
GND
---
30
MS_D0/XD_D2_C
I/O
31
SD_D0
I/O
32
MS_BS/XD_D3_C
I/O
33
XD_D4
I/O
34
SD_D1
I/O
35
XD_D5
I/O
36
XD_D6
I/O
37
MS_D1/XD_D7_C
I/O
38
VCC_XD
---
39
SD_CD#
I/O
40
GND
---
41
SM_WPI#/SD_WP
I
42
GND
---
43
GND
---
44
---
CN38 HP/SPDIF jack connector
P/N:DFTJ05FR015
PIN No.
CONN DIP PHONE JACK 5P 1R FR(H6.6)BLACK
Signal
name
I/O
PIN No.
Signal name
I/O
1
ADOGND
---
2
HPR_SYS
I
3
HPL_SYS
I
4
ADOGND
---
5
HP_JD
---
6
GND
---
7
+3V_SPD
---
8
SPDIF_OUT
I
9
NC
---
10
NC
---
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Display codes
Appendix. D
Appendix D Display Codes
D.1
Display Codes
Table D-1 Scan codes (set 1 and set 2) (1/4)
Cap
No.
Keytop
01
Code set 1
Code set 2
Note
Make
Break
Make
‘ ~
29
A9
0E
F0
0E
02
1 !
02
82
16
F0
16
03
2 @
03
83
1E
F0
1E
04
3 #
04
84
26
F0
26
05
4 $
05
85
25
F0
25
06
5 %
06
86
2E
F0
2E
07
6 ^
07
87
36
F0
36
08
7 &
08
88
3D
F0
3D
*2
09
8 *
09
89
3E
F0
3E
*2
10
9 (
0A
8A
46
F0
46
*2
11
0 )
0B
8B
45
F0
45
12
- _
0C
8C
4E
F0
4E
13
= +
0D
8D
55
F0
55
15
BkSp
0E
8E
66
F0
66
16
Tab
0F
8F
0D
F0
0D
17
Q
10
90
15
F0
15
18
W
11
91
1D
F0
1D
19
E
12
92
24
F0
24
20
R
13
93
2D
F0
2D
21
T
14
94
2C
F0
2C
22
Y
15
95
35
F0
35
23
U
16
96
3C
F0
3C
*2
24
I
17
97
43
F0
43
*2
25
O
13
98
44
F0
44
*2
26
P
19
99
4D
F0
4D
*2
27
[ {
1A
9A
54
F0
54
28
] }
1B
9B
5B
F0
5B
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Display codes
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D-2
Display codes
Table D-1 Scan codes (set 1 and set 2) (2/4)
Cap
No.
Keytop
29
Code set 1
Code set 2
Note
Make
Break
Make
\ |
2B
AB
5D
F0
5D
30
Caps Lock
3A
BA
58
F0
58
31
A
1E
9E
1C
F0
1C
32
S
1F
9F
1B
F0
1B
33
D
20
A0
23
F0
23
34
F
21
A1
2B
F0
2B
35
G
22
A2
34
F0
34
36
H
23
A3
33
F0
33
37
J
24
A4
3B
F0
3B
*2
38
K
25
A5
42
F0
42
*2
39
L
26
A6
4B
F0
4B
*2
40
; :
27
A7
4C
F0
4C
*2
41
‘ “
28
A8
52
F0
52
43
Enter
1C
9C
5A
F0
5A
44
Shift (L)
2A
AA
12
F0
12
45
No.102
key
56
D6
61
F0
61
46
Z
2C
AC
1A
F0
1A
47
X
2D
AD
22
F0
22
48
C
2E
AE
21
F0
21
49
V
2F
AF
2A
F0
2A
50
B
30
B0
32
F0
32
51
N
31
B1
31
F0
31
52
M
32
B2
3A
F0
3A
*2
53
, <
33
B3
41
F0
41
*2
54
. >
34
B4
49
F0
49
*2
55
/ ?
35
B5
4A
F0
4A
*2
57
Shift (R)
36
B6
59
F0
59
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Break
*5
*3
Display codes
Table D-1 Scan codes (set 1 and set 2) (3/4)
Cap
No.
Keytop
58
Code set 1
Code set 2
Note
Make
Break
Make
Ctrl
1D
9D
14
F0
14
*3
60
Alt (L)
38
B8
11
F0
11
*3
61
Space
39
B9
29
F0
29
62
ALT (R)
E0
38
E0
B8
E0
11
E0
F0
11
75
Ins
E0
52
E0
D2
E0
70
E0
F0
70
*1
76
Del
E0
53
E0
D3
E0
71
E0
F0
71
*1
79
←
E0
4B
E0
CB
E0
6B
E0
F0
6B
*1
80
Home
E0
47
E0
C7
E0
6C
E0
F0
6C
*1
81
End
E0
4F
E0
CF
E0
69
E0
F0
69
*1
83
↑
E0
48
E0
C8
E0
75
E0
F0
75
*1
84
↓
E0
50
E0
D0
E0
72
E0
F0
72
*1
85
PgUp
E0
49
E0
C9
E0
7D
E0
F0
7D
*1
86
PgDn
E0
51
E0
D1
E0
7A
E0
F0
7A
*1
89
→
E0
4D
E0
CD
E0
74
E0
F0
74
*1
110
Esc
01
81
76
F0
76
112
F1
3B
BB
05
F0
05
113
F2
3C
BC
06
F0
06
114
F3
3D
BD
04
F0
04
115
F4
3E
BE
0C
F0
0C
116
F5
3F
BF
03
F0
03
117
F6
40
C0
0B
F0
0B
118
F7
41
C1
83
F0
83
119
F8
42
C2
0A
F0
0A
120
F9
43
C3
01
F0
01
121
F10
44
C4
09
F0
09
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Display codes
Table D-1 Scan codes (set 1 and set 2) (4/4)
Cap
No.
Keytop
Code set 1
122
F11
57
D7
78
F0
78
*3
123
F12
58
D8
07
F0
07
*3
124
PrintSc
*6
*6
*6
*6
*6
126
Pause
*7
*7
*7
*7
*7
202
Fn
—
—
—
—
*4
203
Win
E0
5B
E0
DB
E0
1F
E0
F0
1F
204
App
E0
5D
E0
DD
E0
2F
E0
F0
2F
Make
Code set 2
Break
Make
Note
Break
Notes:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
Scan codes differ by mode.
Scan codes differ by overlay function.
Combined with the Fn key makes different codes.
Fn key does not generate a code by itself.
This key corresponds to key No. 42 in a 102-key model.
Refer to Table D-6, No. 124 key scan code.
Refer to Table D-7, No. 126 key scan code.
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Table D-2 Scan codes with left Shift key
Cap
Key
Code set 1
No.
top
55
/
E0 AA E0 35 E0 B5 E0 2A E0
F0
12
E0 4A E0
F0
4A E0
12
75
INS
E0 AA E0 52 E0 D2 E0 2A E0
F0
12
E0
70
E0
F0
70
E0
12
76
DEL
E0 AA E0 53 E0 D3 E0 2A E0
F0
12
E0
71
E0
F0
71
E0
12
79
←
E0 AA E0 4B E0 CB E0 2A E0
F0
12
E0 6B E0
F0
6B E0
12
80
Home
E0 AA E0 47 E0 C7 E0 2A E0
F0
12
E0 6C E0
F0 6C E0
12
81
End
E0 AA E0 4F E0 CF E0 2A E0
F0
12
E0
69
E0
F0
69
E0
12
83
↑
E0 AA E0 48 E0 C8 E0 2A E0
F0
12
E0
75
E0
F0
75
E0
12
84
↓
E0 AA E0 50 E0 D0 E0 2A E0
F0
12
E0
72
E0
F0
72
E0
12
85
PgUp
E0 AA E0 49 E0 C9 E0 2A E0
F0
12
E0 7D E0
F0 7D E0
12
86
PgDn
E0 AA E0 51 E0 D1 E0 2A E0
F0
12
E0 7A E0
F0
7A E0
12
89
→
E0 AA E0 4D E0 CD E0 2A E0
F0
12
E0
74
E0
F0
74
E0
12
203
Win
E0 AA E0 5B E0 DB E0 2A E0
F0
12
E0
1F
E0
F0
1F
E0
12
204
App
E0 AA E0 5D E0 DD E0 2A E0
F0
12
E0
2F
E0
F0
2F
E0
12
Make
Code set 2
Break
Make
Break
Note : The table above shows scan codes with the left Shift key. In combination with
the right Shift key, scan codes are changed as listed below:
Set 1
Set 2
With left Shift
E0 AA __________
E0 2A ___________
E0 F0 12 ________
E0 12 ___________
With right Shift
E0 B6
E0 36
E0 F0 59
E0 59
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Table D-3 Scan codes in Numlock mode
Cap
Key
Code set 1
No.
top
75
INS
E0 2A E0
52
E0 D2 E0
AA E0 12
E0
70
E0 F0
70
E0
F0 12
76
DEL
E0 2A E0
53
E0 D3 E0
AA E0 12
E0
71
E0 F0
71
E0
F0 12
79
←
E0 2A E0 4B E0 CB E0
AA E0 12
E0
6B E0 F0
6B E0
F0 12
80
Home
E0 2A E0
47
E0 C7 E0
AA E0 12
E0 6C E0 F0 6C E0
F0 12
81
End
E0 2A E0
4F
E0 CF E0
AA E0 12
E0
69
E0 F0
69
E0
F0 12
83
↑
E0 2A E0
48
E0 C8 E0
AA E0 12
E0
75
E0 F0
75
E0
F0 12
84
↓
E0 2A E0
50
E0 D0 E0
AA E0 12
E0
72
E0 F0
72
E0
F0 12
85
PgUp
E0 2A E0
49
E0 C9 E0
AA E0 12
E0 7D E0 F0 7D E0
F0 12
86
PgDn
E0 2A E0
51
E0 D1 E0
AA E0 12
E0
7A E0 F0
7A E0
F0 12
89
→
E0 2A E0 4D E0 CD E0
AA E0 12
E0
74
E0 F0
74
E0
F0 12
203
Win
E0 2A E0 5B E0 DB E0
AA E0 12
E0
1F
E0 F0
1F
E0
F0 12
204
App
E0 2A E0 5D E0 DD E0
AA E0 12
E0
2F
E0 F0
2F
E0
F0 12
Make
Code set 2
Break
Make
Break
Table D-4 Scan codes with Fn key
Cap
Code set 1
Code set 2
No.
Keytop
43
ENT
E0
1C
E0
9C
E0
5A
E0
F0
5A
58
CTRL
E0
1D
E0
9D
E0
14
E0
F0
14
60
LALT
E0
38
E0
B8
E0
11
E0
F0
11
121
ARROW
45
C5
77
F0
77
122
NUMERIC
45
C5
77
F0
77
123
Scrl
46
C5
7E
F0
7E
Make
Break
Make
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Table D-5 Scan codes in overlay mode
Cap
No.
Code set 1
Keytop
Code set 2
Make
Break
Make
Break
09
8
(8)
48
C8
75
F0
75
10
9
(9)
49
C9
7D
F0
7D
11
0
(*)
37
B7
7C
F0
7C
23
U
(4)
4B
CB
6B
F0
6B
24
I
(5)
4C
CC
73
F0
73
25
O
(6)
4D
CD
74
F0
74
26
P
(–)
4A
CA
7B
F0
7B
37
J
(1)
4F
CF
69
F0
69
38
K
(2)
50
D0
72
F0
72
39
L
(3)
51
D1
7A
F0
7A
40
;
(+)
4E
CE
79
F0
79
52
M
(0)
52
D2
70
F0
70
54
.
(.)
53
D3
71
F0
71
55
/
(/)
E0
35
E0
B5
40
4A
E0
F0
4A
Table D-6 No.124 key scan code
Key
top
Shift
Prt Sc
Common
Code set 1
Make
2A
E0
Ctrl +
E0
Shift +
E0
Alt +
E0
Code set 2
Break
37
E0
B7
E0
37
E0
37
E0
54
D4
Make
AA
E0
12
E0
B7
E0
B7
E0
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7C
E0
F0
7C
E0
7C
E0
F0
7C
7C
E0
F0
7C
84
F0
B4
F0
12
Display codes
Table D-7 No.126 key scan code
Key
top
Pause
Shift
Code set 1
Code set 2
Make
Make
Common* E1 1D
45
E1
Ctrl*
E0
C6
E0 46
9D
C5
E1
14
77
E1
F0
E0
7E
E0
F0
7E
*: This key generates only make codes.
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F0
77
Appendix E Keyboard Layout
1.
United States (US) Keyboard
Figure US keyboard (L300mm x W131.3mm)
2.
Traditional Chinese (CH) Keyboard
Figure CH keyboard (L300mm x W131.3mm)
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3. Thai (TI) Keyboard
Figure TI keyboard (L300mm x W131.3mm)
4. Korean (KO) Keyboard
Figure KO keyboard (L300mm x W131.3mm)
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5. United Kingdom (UK) Keyboard
Figure UK keyboard (L300mm x W131.3mm)
6. US International (UI) Keyboard
Figure UI keyboard (L300mm x W131.3mm)
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7. Hebrew (HB) Keyboard
Figure HB keyboard (L300mm x W131.3mm)
8. Danish (DM) Keyboard
Figure DM keyboard (L300mm x W131.3mm)
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9. Swiss (SW) Keyboard
Figure SW keyboard (L300mm x W131.3mm)
10. Arabic (ARE) Keyboard
Figure ARE keyboard (L300mm x W131.3mm)
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11. Czech (CZ) Keyboard
Figure CZ keyboard (L300mm x W131.3mm)
12. Russian (RU) Keyboard
Figure RU keyboard (L300mm x W131.3mm)
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13. Portuguese (PO) Keyboard
Figure PO keyboard (L300mm x W131.3mm)
14. Slovakian (SL) Keyboard
Figure SL keyboard (L300mm x W131.3mm)
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15. Italian (IT) Keyboard
Figure IT keyboard (L300mm x W131.3mm)
16. French (FR) Keyboard
Figure FR keyboard (L300mm x W131.3mm)
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17. German (GR) Keyboard
Figure GR keyboard (L300mm x W131.3mm)
18. Greek (GK) Keyboard
Figure GK keyboard (L300mm x W131.3mm)
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19. Canada French (CF) Keyboard
Figure CF keyboard (L300mm x W131.3mm)
20. Hungarian (HG) Keyboard
Figure HG keyboard (L300mm x W131.3mm)
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21. Spanish (SP) Keyboard
Figure SP keyboard (L300mm x W131.3mm)
22. Turkish (TR) Keyboard
Figure TR keyboard (L300mm x W131.3mm)
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23. Turkish F (TF-F) Keyboard
Figure TF-F keyboard (L300mm x W131.3mm)
24. Swedish (SD) Keyboard
Figure SD keyboard (L300mm x W131.3mm)
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25. Belgian (BE) Keyboard
Figure BE keyboard (L300mm x W131.3mm)
26. Yugoslavian (YU) Keyboard
Figure YU keyboard (L300mm x W131.3mm)
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27. Norwegian (NW) Keyboard
Figure NW keyboard (L300mm x W131.3mm)
28. Scandinavian (ND) Keyboard
Figure ND keyboard (L300mm x W131.3mm)
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29. Canadian Multinational (AC) Keyboard
Figure AC keyboard (L300mm x W131.3mm)
30. Canadian Bilingual (CB) Keyboard
Figure CB keyboard (L300mm x W131.3mm)
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31. Japanese (JP) Keyboard
Figure JP keyboard (L300mm x W131.3mm)
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Appendix F
Appendix F
F.1
Wiring Diagrams
RGB Monitor ID Wraparound connector
(1) RED
RED
(2) GREEN
GREEN (2)
(3) BLUE
BLUE
(3)
(4) NC
NC
(4)
(5) GND
GND
(5)
(6) GND
GND
(6)
(7) GND
GND
(7)
(8) GND
GND
(8)
(9) 5V
5V
(9)
(10) GND
GND
(10)
(11) NC
NC
(11)
(12) SDA
SDA
(12)
(13) HSYNC
HSYNC (13)
(14) VSYNC
(15) SDL
VSYNC (14)
SCL
(1)
(15)
Figure F-1 RGB Monitor ID Wraparound connector (15PIN to 15PIN)
F.2
LAN Loopback Connector
(3) BIDBP (RX+)
(1) BIBAP ‘(TX+)
(2) BIDAN (TX-)
(4) BIDBN (RX-)
Figure F-2 LAN loopback connector
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Appendix G
Appendix G BIOS Rewrite Procedures
This Appendix explains how to rewrite the system BIOS program when you update the
system BIOS.
Tools
To rewrite the BIOS, you need the following tool:
‰ BIOS/EC/KBC rewriting disk
‰ USB doggle
Rewriting the BIOS
1. Turn off the power to the computer.
2. Remove the external cables and cards.
3. Connect an external FDD and insert the BIOS rewriting disk into the external FDD.
4. Connect the USB doggle special for BIOS rewrite
5. Turn on the power
6. The BIOS rewriting starts.
7. When the process is completed, it beeps and the system automatically reboots.
NOTE: 1. Connect the AC adaptor to the computer when you rewrite the BIOS.
2. Do not turn off the power while you are rewriting the BIOS.
If the rewrite fails, it might be impossible to start up the computer.
3. If you fail to rewrite BIOS, then when you next turn on the power, a
message may be displayed that the contents of the BIOS have been erased
or system can not boot . In this case, insert the BIOS rewriting disk, and the
BIOS will be rewritten.
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Appendix H
Appendix H EC/KBC Rewrite Procedures
Same as BIOS rewrite Procedures, please refer appendix G
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Appendix I
Reliability
Appendix I
Reliability
The following table shows MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures) in maximum configuration.
Table I-1 MTBF
Component
System
Time (hours)
4138.00
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