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EUROCOM 6200-A DeskNote Service manual
Model 6200A
Service Manual
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
1997
Specifications
The state-of-the-art Notebook Computer offers a host of features specially designed to
enhance performance and usability:
Architecture
CPU
BIOS
Second Memory
DRAM
Power Management
Display
PC Card
Multiple Input/Output
Audio System
PCI local bus 2.1
Intel Pentium
Cyrix 6x86LV
AMD K5
Plug & Play 1.0a
SODIMMs
APM 1.2
LCD panel
Resolution
Video DRAM
VPM provider
ZV-capable in slot 0
Trackpad
Serial port
Parallel port
External monitor port
External PS/2 port
RCA jack
Expansion port
Infrared
MIDI/Game port
Compatibility
Digitized sound
Synthesized music
Input/Output
Built-in speakers
Built-in microphone
Keyboard
Storage
Battery Power
Physical
Hard disk
Floppy disk
CD-ROM
Type
Dimension
Weight
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75/90/100/120/133/150/166/200/233 MHz
P150+/P166+
PR133/PR150/PR166
256KB flash ROM
256KB synchronous cache
8MB up to 72MB
Standby mode
Suspend to memory
Suspend to disk
TFT/DSTN
800 x 600 (SVGA)
2MB
VPM 1.1
Type IIx3 or
Type IIx1 + Type IIIx1
1 (PS/2)
1 (high speed 16C550 compatible)
1 (SPP/EPP/ECP)
1
1
1 (NTSC/PAL TV-output)
1 (168 pin)
1 (IrDA/ASKIR/FIR)
1
Sound Blaster Pro
Microsoft Windows Sound System
MPU-401
General MIDI
16-bit stereo
FM synthesizer
Wave Table synthesizer (1MB ROM)
Microphone-in
Line-in
Headphone
2
1
Windows 95
2.5”, transfer rate up to PIO Mode 4
3.5”, 1.44MB high density
5.25”, IDE interface
Ni -MH
Li-Ion
302mm (w) x 234mm (d) x 54mm (h)
3.4Kg
Operation
Hardware Configuration
Disconnect all power supply both AC adapter and battery pack before work on any
hardware setting.
CPU Speed
The system is upgradeable with a wide range of speed and voltages of the Intel Pentium
processors, providing user with a Zero-Insertion-Force (ZIF) socket to facilitate removal
of the processor and installation of an upgraded one.
Intel P54C/LM
Intel P55C
S2-1
S2-2
S2-3
S2-4
S2-5
S2-6
75 MHz
90 MHz
100 MHz
120 MHz
133 MHz
150 MHz
166 MHz
200 MHz
150 MHz
166 MHz
200 MHz
Off
Off
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
On
On
On
On
Off
On
233 MHz
Off
On
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Cyrix 6x86LV
S2-1
S2-2
S2-3
S2-4
S2-5
S2-6
On
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
P150+
On
P166+
Off
Off
On
Off
On
Off
AMD K5
S2-1
S2-2
S2-3
S2-4
S2-5
S2-6
PR133
Off
Off
PR150
On
Off
Off
Off
On
On
On
Off
PR166
Off
Off
On
On
CPU Power
Locate the DIP Switch on the CPU Power Module to set the power voltage of the CPU
you just installed. Refer to the user guide of the CPU to make sure which power voltage
you should set.
1
2
3
4
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
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CPU Power
2.2V
2.45V
2.8V
3.45V
Set for CPU power
Set for CPU speed
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RAM Configuration
The system features an expandable Dynamic RAM in small outline 144-pin DIMM (Dual
In-line Memory Module) package.
Bank 0 (64 bit)
(1Mx16)x4
None
(1MX16)X4
(1MX16)X8
None
(2MX8)X8
None
(1MX16)X8
(1MX16)X4
(1MX16)X8
(4MX4)X16
None
(2MX8)X8
(2MX8)X8
(1MX16)X8
(4Mx4)x16
(1Mx16)x4
(4Mx4)x16 + (1Mx16)x4
(4Mx4)x16 + (1Mx16)x4
(4Mx4)x16 + (1Mx16)x4
(4Mx4)x16
(4Mx4)x16 + (1Mx16)x4
Bank 1 (64 bit)
None
(1Mx16)x4
(1Mx16)x4
None
(1MX16)X8
None
(2MX8)X8
(1Mx16)x4
(1MX16)X8
(1MX16)X8
None
(4Mx4)x16
(2MX8)X8
(1MX16)X8
(2MX8)X8
(1MX16)X4
(4Mx4)x16
None
(1MX16)X4
(1MX16)X8
(4Mx4)x16
(4Mx4)x16
Power
Voltage
5V
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Access
Time
70ns
RAM Size
8MB
8MB
16MB
16MB
16MB
16MB
16MB
24MB
24MB
32MB
32MB
32MB
32MB
32MB
32MB
40MB
40MB
40MB
48MB
56MB
64MB
72MB
TV-Output
Select the TV standard for video output if a TV set is connected for Games or MPEG
playback, for example. The system display will improve video quality for screen flicker
caused by an interlaced TV monitor.
NTSC
On
Off
On
Off
S1-1
S1-2
S1-3
S1-4
PAL
Off
On
Off
On
Provided herein is the international TV system for reference. Any discrepancy should be
subject to the local TV standard.
Country
Afghanistan
Algeria
Argentina
Australia
Austria
Bahamas
Bahrain
Barbados
Belgium
Bermuda
Bolivia
Brazil
Brunei
Burma
Canada
Canary
Chile
China
Colombia
Costa Rica
Cuba
Cyprus
Denmark
Dominican Republic
Ecuador
EL Salvador
Equatorial Guinea
Finland
Germany
Ghana
Gibraltar
Guatemala
Haiti
Honduras
Hong Kong
Iceland
Indonesia
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Jordan
Kenya
TV System
PAL
PAL
PAL
PAL
PAL
NTSC
PAL
NTSC
PAL
NTSC
NTSC
PAL
PAL
NTSC
NTSC
PAL
NTSC
PAL
NTSC
NTSC
NTSC
PAL
PAL
NTSC
NTSC
NTSC
PAL
PAL
PAL
PAL
PAL
NTSC
NTSC
NTSC
PAL
PAL
PAL
PAL
PAL
PAL
PAL
PAL
Country
Liberia
Madeira
Malaysia
Malta
Mexico
Netherlands
Neth. Antilles
New Zealand
Nicaragua
Nigeria
Norway
Oman
Pakistan
Panama
Paraguay
Peru
Philippines
Portugal
Puerto Rico
Qatar
Sabah/Sarawak
St. Kitts
Samoa
Sierra Leone
Singapore
South Africa
Spain
Sri Lanka
Surinam
Swaziland
Sweden
Switzerland
Taiwan
Tanzania
Thailand
Uganda
United Kingdom
USA
Venezuela
Vietnam
Yemen
Yugoslavia
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TV System
PAL
PAL
PAL
PAL
NTSC
PAL
NTSC
PAL
NTSC
PAL
PAL
PAL
PAL
NTSC
PAL
NTSC
NTSC
PAL
NTSC
PAL
PAL
NTSC
NTSC
PAL
PAL
PAL
PAL
PAL
NTSC
PAL
PAL
PAL
NTSC
PAL
PAL
PAL
PAL
NTSC
NTSC
NTSC
PAL
PAL
Korea South
Kuwait
NTSC
PAL
Zambia
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PAL
Hot Keys
Located along the top of the keyboard are 12 numbered “F” keys. The functions of
these “F” keys are defined as the followings:
Expanded Display Mode
The aspect ratio of display panels is not the same as CRT
monitors. Therefore, the display may not completely fill the
entire display panel. Expanded mode will stretch the display
to fill the entire viewing area of the display panel.
Display Type
F6
Display type mode allows you to switch display among LCD
only, CRT only, TV only, both LCD and CRT.
C RT/LCD
Contrast Control
Contrast control allows you to adjust the contrast of the
display panel. This feature is available for DSTN panel only.
Brightness Control
Brightness control allows you to adjust the brightness of the
display panel.
Volume Control
Volume control allows you to adjust the volume of the audio
system.
Contrast/Brightness Saved
You may save the display contrast and brightness for the
LCD panel.
Suspend Mode
Put the system in a suspend state for power management.
The system can be resumed from exactly where it was left
off.
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Chapter 2: Utilities
Overview
The Notebook Computer has several built-in software utilities to help you get the mo st
from the system hardware. This chapter discusses:
: Power-On-Self-Test (POST).
: The System Configuration Utility (SCU).
Power On Self Test (POST)
The BIOS performs a series of power-on-self-test (POST) to diagnose hardware errors
when the system first starts up. During the POST procedure, the POST verifies that the
hardware is installed and operational. If a hardware problem exists, the POST routine
may halt execution (depending upon the severity of the problem).
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POST Messages - Normal Operation
If no configuration errors are detected, the system will be operated after the POST
process is completed.
You may press the Spacebar key to skip the memory test.
System PCI BIOS for SiS-510X Version 1.01.26
Copyright 1983 - 1996 SystemSoft Corp. All Right Reserved.
System Processor: 200 MHz Intel Pentium CPU
System External Cache: 256 KB Enabled
Video Chip: Trident Cyber 9385 with 2 MB Video RAM
SystemSoft Plug-n-Play BIOS Ver 1.0a
Base Memory
Extended Memory
Shadow Memory
Reserved Memory
Total Memory
640 Kb
39936 Kb
256 Kb
128 Kb
40960 Kb
<CTRL-ALT-S> to enter System Configuration Utility
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POST Messages - Error Detected
If a configuration is detected as a non-fatal error, a WARNING message will be
displayed. You should either press F1 key to continue, or press Ctrl-Alt-S key
combination to enter the System Configuration Utility.
System PCI BIOS for SiS-510X Version 1.01.26
Copyright 1983 - 1996 SystemSoft Corp. All Right Reserved.
System Processor: 200 MHz Intel Pentium CPU
System External Cache: 256 KB Enabled
Video Chip: Trident Cyber 9385 with 2 MB Video RAM
SystemSoft Plug-n-Play BIOS Ver 1.0a
Base Memory
Extended Memory
Shadow Memory
Reserved Memory
Total Memory
640 Kb
39936 Kb
256 Kb
128 Kb
40960 Kb
WARNING - NO BOOTABLE FLOPPY DRIVE 0 INSTALLED
WARNING - FLOPPY INFORMATION INVALID - RUN SCU
<CTRL-ALT-S> to enter System Configuration Utility or Press F1 to Continue
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System Configuration Utility (SCU)
The System Configuration Utility (SCU) is a ROM-based configuration utility that displays
the system’s configuration status and provides users with a tool to set their system
parameters. The settings are stored in non-volatile battery-backed CMOS RAM which
saves the information even when the power is turned off, and retains that when the
system is turned back on.
Invoking the System Configuration Utility
The System Configuration Utility (SCU) will be accessed when simultaneously press the
Ctrl, Alt, and S keys.
< CTRL-ALT-S > to enter System Configuration Utility
The above message only lasts seconds. If you miss it, the computer will access its boot
process. You must reboot the system and try again within the time limit if you like to
enter the System Configuration Utility.
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Working with the Menu Bar of System Configuration Utility
Press simultaneously the Ctrl-Alt-S key combination to enter the menu bar of the
System Configuration Utility.
Action
Keys Used
Activate menus
Alt
Select menu bar item
Left arrow (←)
Right arrow (→)
The highlighted letter key
Accept menu bar item
Cancel current action
Mouse left button
Spacebar
Enter
Mouse right button
Esc
Description
Activate the System Configuration
Utility.
Move to a menu bar item on the left.
Move to a menu bar item on the
right.
Move to the correspondent menu
bar item.
Enter the selected menu bar item to
configure settings.
Undo the current command.
Working with the Pull-Down Menu of System Configuration
Utility
When the desired menu bar item is highlighted, press the Enter key to enter the pulldown menu for values setting.
Action
Select pull-down menu item
Keys Used
Down arrow (↓)
Down arrow (↑)
The highlighted letter key
Select a control
Change values
Accept entries
Tab
Down/Up arrows (↓)(↑)
Spacebar
Reject entries
Enter
Esc
Enter
Activate accelerators
Alt
Quit
Esc
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Description
Move to the next pull -down menu
item.
Move to the previous pull-down
menu item.
Move to the correspondent pulldown menu item.
Move between the options.
Modify the settings.
Enable/disable the specified
function. When a check mark
appears, the function is on.
Choose <OK> from a list of options.
Undo the current setting.
Choose <Cancel> from a list of
options.
Invoke all the highlighted lette rs
corresponding to their respective
options.
Press the Esc key to close the pulldown menu.
Features of the System Configuration Utility
System Menu
Clicking an option will enable the specific capability.
Item
Date and Time
Setting
Day/month/year
Hour/minute/second
Fast Boot
Enable Pointing Device
Boot Device
Video Display
Diskette A
Hard disk C
LCD and CRT
Auto sense
Video Expansion Enabled
System Security
Enter old password
Enter new password
Verify new pasword
Enable Booting password
Enable Setup password
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Function
Sets the current date and time.
Initializes and quickly boot the system in a
few seconds by passing certain diagnostic
tests.
Enables the internal trackpad.
Specifies where the system
boots from.
Enables both LCD and CRT
simultaneously.
The display auto-switches to CRT if one is
sensed.
Enables the LCD expanded mode.
You may enter a password up
to 10 printable alphanumeric
characters.
Verifies password every time the system is
booted.
Verifies the password every time you try to
enter SCU.
Devices Menu
Clicking an option will enable the specific capability.
Item
Diskette Drive
Hard Disk
Setting
None
1.44MB
Disk Type
None
Custom
Auto-ID
Enhanced Options
LBA mode
Multiple sector
mode
Fast PIO mode
COM Ports
COM A settings
COM B settings
COM B definition
LPT Port
Port setting
Port definition
IRQ setting
ECP DMA setting
None
3F8H, IRQ4
2F8H, IRQ3
3E8H, IRQ4
2E8H, IRQ3
None
3F8H, IRQ4
2F8H, IRQ3
3E8H, IRQ4
2E8H, IRQ3
Serial port 2
IrDA (HPSIR)
IR (ASKIR)
None
378H
278H
3BCH
SPP mode
EPP mode
ECP mode
IRQ5
IRQ7
DMA1
DMA3
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Function
Specifies a drive type
for diskette drive A.
No hard disk is installed in the
system.
Modifies the values for cylinders,
heads, sectors per track, landing
zone, write precomposition and
size (MB).
Automatically configures the
hard disk parameters for any
supported IDE drive.
Enables Logical Block Address
(LBA) mode to overcome 528MB
barrier.
Enables multiple sector mode to
increase sequential data
transfers.
Enables Fast Programmed
Input/output (PIO) mode for high
data transfer rate.
Specifies the COM A
configuration.
Specifies the COM B
configuration.
Defines COM B
hardware.
Specifies the LPT
port configuration.
Standard Parallel Port.
Enhanced Parallel Port.
Extended Capabilities Port.
Specifies IRQ
configuration.
Specifies ECP DMA
configuration.
Item
Audio Port
Setting
Port setting
IRQ setting
DMA setting
MIDI Port
MIDI port
220H
230H
240H
250H
IRQ9
IRQ5
IRQ7
IRQ10
DMA0
DMA1
DMA3
300H
310H
320H
330H
Wave Table Enabled
Keyboard Numlock
Keyboard Repeat
Key repeat rate
Key delay
2 cps
6 cps
10 cps
15 cps
20 cps
30 cps
¼ sec
½ sec
¾ sec
1 sec
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Function
Specifies the system’s
audio I/O port address.
Specifies the system’s
audio IRQ configuration.
Specifies the system’s
audio DMA channel
configuration.
Specifies the system’s
General MIDI I/O port
address.
Enables Wave Table music
synthesizer.
Specifies NumLock is on at
system boot time.
Defines the rate
(character per second)
at which the keyboard
repeats while a key is
depressed.
Specifies the time
(second) that will pass
after a key is depressed
before starts to repeat.
Power Menu
Clicking an option will enable the specific capability.
Item
Power Management
Setting
Power saving mode
Disabled
Battery only
Always on
Power saving level
Low power saving
Medium power saving
High power saving
Video Monitoring
Suspend Controls
Battery weak
Flash beeping
Suspend system
Flash only
Suspend mode
Suspend to memory
Suspend to disk
Modem ring resume
Set resume alarm
Resume hour Resume
minute
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Function
Disables the system’s
power saving features.
Enables the system’s
power saving features only
during battery operation.
Enables the system’s
power saving features
during either battery or AC
operation.
Enables the power saving
to its lowest which results in
maximum performance but
shortest battery life.
Enables the power saving
to its medium which results
in moderate performance
and battery life.
Enables the power saving
to its highest which results
in minimum performance
but longest battery life.
Video RAM access will
prevent the system from
entering a standby mode.
The warning icon flashes
on the LCD bar and emits a
series of the audio beeps.
Automatically suspends the
system upon a low battery
condition.
The warning icon flashes
on the LCD bar.
Specifies the suspend
mode as 5-volt suspend
mode.
Specifies the suspend
mode as 0-volt suspend
mode.
Resumes the system from
suspend-to-memory mode
when a modem ring is
detected from the serial
port where the modem is
connected.
Sets the time to resume the
system from suspend-tomemory mode.
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Exit Menu
Clicking an option will enable the specific capability.
Item
Function
Save and Reboot
Exit (No Save)
Saves the current settings and reboots the system.
Exits the SCU without saving any of the current
changes.
Changes the current setup to the system default
values.
Restores the current setup to the original custom
values.
Displays the current BIOS version information.
Default Settings
Restore Settings
Version Information
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POST.EQU -- Power On Self-Test Definitions
DEBUG_MISC_RESET
DEBUG_CS_FAST_A20_RESET
DEBUG_POST_SIGNAL_POR
DEBUG_CS_CHIP_INIT
DEBUG_OEM_ISA_VGA_SEARCH
DEBUG_HWIO_SETUP_CTC1
DEBUG_OEM_SET_CMOS_REGS
DEBUG_CS_MEMORY_SIZE
DEBUG_POST_TEST_RAM
DEBUG_GEN_TEST_ROMS
DEBUG_HWIO_RESET_INTS
DEBUG_VIDEO_VIDEO_INIT
DEBUG_VIDEO_EQUIP_INIT
DEBUG_VIDEO_COLOR_INIT
DEBUG_VIDEO_BW_INIT
DEBUG_HWIO_TEST_DMA_PAGE
EQU 10H ; Some Type Of Long Reset
EQU 11H ; Turn off FASTA20 for POST
EQU 12H ; Signal Power On Reset
EQU 13H ; Initialize the Chipset
EQU 14H ; Search For ISA Bus VGA Adapter
EQU 15H ; Reset Counter/Timer 1
EQU 16H ; user register config through CMOS
EQU 17H ; Size Memory
EQU 18H ; Dispatch To RAM Test
EQU 19H ; checksum the ROM
EQU 1AH ; Reset PIC's
EQU 1BH ; Initialize Video Adapter(s)
EQU 1CH ; Initialize Video (6845 Regs)
EQU 1DH ; Initialize Color Adapter
EQU 1EH ; Initialize Monochrome Adapter
EQU 1FH ; Test 8237A Page Registers
DEBUG_KEYB_SELFTEST_CTLR
EQU 20H ; Test Keyboard
DEBUG_KEYB_RESET_KEYBOARD
EQU 21H ; Test Keyboard Controller
DEBUG_POST_CHECK_CMOS_RAM EQU 22H ; Check If CMOS Ram Valid
DEBUG_POST_TEST_BATT_CMOS_SUM
EQU 23H ; Test Battery Fail & CMOS X-SUM
DEBUG_HWIO_TEST_DMA_CTLRS
EQU 24H ; Test the DMA controllers
DEBUG_HWIO_INIT_8237
EQU 25H ; Initialize 8237A Controller
DEBUG_POST_INIT_VECS
EQU 26H ; Initialize Int Vectors
DEBUG_RAM_QUICK_SIZE
EQU 27H ; RAM Quick Sizing
DEBUG_RAM_PROT_ENTRY_1
EQU 28H ; Protected mode entered safely
DEBUG_RAM_SIZE_DONE
EQU 29H ; RAM test completed
DEBUG_RAM_PROT_EXIT
EQU 2AH ; Protected mode exit successful
DEBUG_CS_SHADOW_SETUP
EQU 2BH ; Setup Shadow
DEBUG_VIDEO_EQUIP_INIT_INIT
EQU 2CH ; Going To Initialize Video
DEBUG_VIDEO_BW_SEARCH
EQU 2DH ; Search For Monochrome Adapter
DEBUG_VIDEO_COLOR_SEARCH
EQU 2EH ; Search For Color Adapter
DEBUG_VIDEO_SIGNON
EQU 2FH ; Signon messages displayed
DEBUG_OEM_CONFIG_KBD_CTL
DEBUG_KEYB_PRESENT_TEST
DEBUG_KEYB_TEST_IRQ1
DEBUG_KEYB_TEST_CMD
DEBUG_RAM_FULL_TEST
DEBUG_RAM_PROT_ENTRY_2
DEBUG_RAM_TEST_DONE
DEBUG_RAM_PROT_EXIT_2
DEBUG_KEYB_OUTPUT_PORT
DEBUG_CS_CACHE_SETUP
DEBUG_HWIO_TEST_PERIODIC
DEBUG_GEN_CHECK_RTC
DEBUG_GEN_INIT_HARD_VECS
DEBUG_MOUSE_INIT
DEBUG_KEYB_SET_LEDS_1
DEBUG_OEM_DEVICE_CONFIG
EQU 30H
; special init of keyboard ctlr
EQU 31H ; Test If Keyboard Present
EQU 32H ; Test Keyboard Interrupt
EQU 33H ; Test Keyboard Command Byte
EQU 34H ; TEST, Blank and count all RAM
EQU 35H ; Protected mode entered safely (2).
EQU 36H ; RAM test complete
EQU 37H ; Protected mode exit successful
EQU 38H ; Update OUTPUT port
EQU 39H ; Setup Cache Controller
EQU 3AH ; Test If 18.2Hz Periodic Working
EQU 3BH ; test for RTC ticking
EQU 3CH ; initialize the hardware vectors
EQU 3DH ; Search and Init the Mouse
EQU 3EH ; Update NUMLOCK status
EQU 3FH ; special init of COMM and LPT ports
DEBUG_CS_CONFIG_PORTS
DEBUG_FLOP_INIT
DEBUG_WINI_INIT
DEBUG_HWIO_ROM_INIT
DEBUG_OEM_INIT_POWER_MAN
DEBUG_KEYB_SET_LEDS_2
DEBUG_HWIO_FIND_80X87
DEBUG_OEM_LAST_MINUTE_INIT
DEBUG_MISC_LAUNCH_INT19
EQU 40H
EQU 41H
EQU 42H
EQU 43H
EQU 44H
EQU 45H
EQU 46H
EQU 47H
; Configure the COMM and LPT ports
; Initialize the floppies
; Initialize the hard disk
; Initialize option ROMs
; OEM's init of power management
; Update NUMLOCK status
; Test For Coprocessor Installed
; OEM functions before boot
EQU 48H ; Dispatch To Op. Sys. Boot
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DEBUG_BEGIN_BOOT_CODE
EQU 49H
; Jump Into Bootstrap Code
DEBUG_CDROM_INIT
DEBUG_S2D_INIT
EQU 0FAh ; Initialize CD-ROM Type
EQU 0FBh ; Initialize S2D Partition
DEBUG codes for PNP BIOS
DEBUG_PNP_ENABLE_VERIFY_RTDATA
Area
DEBUG_PNP_GET_VERIFY_NVRAM
DEBUG_PNP_SYSTEM_NODES
settings
DEBUG_PNP_INITIALIZE_RTDATA
DEBUG_PNP_HOOK_INT15
DEBUG_PNP_SET_COPY_AREA
seg.
DEBUG_PNP_OEM_LATE_HOOK
DEBUG_PNP_WRITE_PROTECT_RT_DATA
DEBUG_PNP_INIT_RETURN
EQU 0A1H ;Enable/Verify R/W Status Runtime Data
EQU 0A2H ;Get/Verrify R/W Stattus NVRAM data area
EQU 0A3H ;Resolve System Nodes with the CMOS
EQU 0A4H ;Init. var. in the PNP BIOS Runtime Data area
EQU 0A5H ; Hook INT 15
EQU 0A6H ;copy/setup $PnP Install Check in F0000
EQU 0A7H ; Allow the OEM any Last Minute Hooks
EQU 0A8H ;Write protect RTData Area & NVRAM Copy Buffer
EQU 0A9H ;return from pnp_init proc
DEBUG codes for the PCI BIOS
DEBUG_ROM_MAPPED_OK
DEBUG_SEGMENTENABLE_COPYSTATE_1
DEBUG_COPY_HROM_RAM_1
DEBUG_SEGMENTENABLE_READWRITE_1
DEBUG_MAP_MEM_1
DEBUG_MAP_IO_1
DEBUG_MAP_IRQ_1
DEBUG_CONFIG_COM_REG_1
DEBUG_REVISION_1
DEBUG_OEM_DEV_CLEANUP_1
DEBUG_PCI_ADDIN_ROM_DISABLE_1
DEBUG_RET_PCI_1
DEBUG_SEGMENTENABLE_COPYSTATE_2
DEBUG_COPY_HROM_RAM_2
DEBUG_SEGMENTENABLE_READWRITE_2
DEBUG_MAP_MEM_2
DEBUG_MAP_IO_2
DEBUG_MAP_IRQ_2
DEBUG_CONFIG_COM_REG_2
DEBUG_REVISION_2
DEBUG_OEM_DEV_CLEANUP_2
DEBUG_PCI_ADDIN_ROM_DISABLE_2
DEBUG_RET_PCI_2
DEBUG_BRIDGE_HUNT
DEBUG_PCI_IDE_FIND
EQU 0D0H ;check rom signature, 1.x video
EQU 0D1H ;enable RAM area in regs
EQU 0D2H ;copy ROM to RAM in regs
EQU 0D3H ;update segment range attr
EQU 0D4H ;configure memory registers
EQU 0D5H ;configure I/O registers
EQU 0D6H ;configure IRQ assignments
EQU 0D7H ;turn on PCI device
EQU 0D8H ;2.x video r/w segment
EQU 0D9H ;OEM defined, rom init
EQU 0DAH ;disable add-in rom card decode
EQU 0DBH ;PCI return(config and no video)
EQU 0DCH ;enable RAM area in regs
EQU 0DDH ;copy ROM to RAM in regs
EQU 0DEH ;update segment range attr
EQU 0DFH ;configure memory registers
EQU 0E0H ;configure I/O registers
EQU 0E1H ;configure IRQ assignments
EQU 0E2H ;turn on PCI device
EQU 0E3H ;2.x video r/w segment
EQU 0E4H ;OEM defined, rom init
EQU 0E5H ;disable add-in rom card decode
EQU 0E6H ;PCI return(config and no video)
EQU 0E7H ;look for PCI bridge device
EQU 0E8H ;search IDE controllers on the PCI bus
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Error Codes returned by APM sub-functions
errPM_Disabled
errInterf_Present
errInterf_Not_Present
errPM16_Est
errPM16_Unsupported
errPM32_Est
errPM32_Unsupported
errUnrec_Device_ID
errCX_Parm_OOR
errInterf_Not_Engaged
errCant_Enter_State
errNo_PM_Pending
errAPM_Not_Present
errUnsupported_APM_Fn
errPM_already_enabled
errPM_already_disabled
errPM_function_not_supp
DIAG
APM_INST
APM_INTF_CONNECT
APM_PM16_CON
APM_PM32_CON
APM_INTF_DISCON
APM_CPUIDLE
APM_CPUBUSY
APM_POWER
APM_EN_DIS_PM
APM_DEFAULTS
APM_GET_STATUS
APM_HAVE_EVENT
APM_EVENT_CALL
APM_TRIGGER
SMI_TRIGGER
APM_GET_PM_ENABLE
EQU
EQU
EQU
EQU
EQU
EQU
EQU
EQU
EQU
EQU
EQU
0AH
EQU
EQU
80H
EQU
0FFH
01H
;PM functionality is disabled
02H
;Interface already present
03H
;Interface disconnected or not est.
05H
;Prot. Mode 16-bit already est.
06H
;Prot. Mode 16-bit unsupported
07H
;Prot. Mode 32-bit already est.
08H
;Prot. Mode 32-bit unsupported
09H
;Unrecognized Device ID
;CX Parameter out of range
0BH
;Interface not engaged (APM 1.1)
60H
;Can not enter requested state
;No PM Events pending
86H
;Advanced Power Management not present
;SystemSoft internal define
EQU
EQU
EQU
EQU
30h
31h
32h
1
; PM is already enabled
; PM is already disabled
; PM function not supported
EQU 0D0h
EQU 0D1h
EQU 0D2h
EQU 0D3h
EQU 0D4h
EQU 0D5h
EQU 0D6h
EQU 0D7h
EQU 0D8h
EQU 0D9h
EQU 0DAh
EQU 0DBh
EQU 0DCh
EQU 0DDh
EQU 0DDh
EQU 0DEH
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Chapter 3: Technical View
Overview
This chapter outlines the architecture of the Notebook Computer. The purpose of this
chapter is not to elaborate upon the internal working theories of the components that
make up the Notebook Computer, but to explain all the features that these chips offer
though may not necessarily supported by the system. This chapter is divided into the
followings for discussion:
: System Block Diagram.
: Chips.
m
Core logic.
m
I/O.
m
PCMCIA.
m
Audio.
m
Video.
: Accessories.
m
Battery.
m
CD-ROM.
m
Floppy disk drive.
m
LCD panel.
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Chips
The following chips have been implemented in the Notebook Computer to interface the
microprocessors to I/O devices and memory chips.
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m
m
m
m
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SiS5101 PCI Cache Memory Controller.
SiS5102 PCI Local Data Buffer.
SiS5103 System I/O & PMU.
SMC FDC37C669FR PC95/96 Compatible Super I/O Floppy Disk Controller
with Infrared Support.
Omega 82C094 PCI-to-PCMCIA Host Adapter Controller.
ESS ES1788 AudioDrive.
ESS ES690 Wave Table Music Synthesizer.
ESS ES981 Wavetable Sample Set ROM.
Trident Cyber9385 Flat Panel Controller for PCI systems.
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SiS5101 PCI Cache Memory Controller
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Supports Pentium, K5 and M1 processors.
Integrated Second Level (L2) Cache Controller.
∗ Write through and write back cache modes.
∗ 8 bits or 7 bits tag with Direct Mapped Organization.
∗ Supports standard and burst SRAMs.
∗ Supports SRAM standard mode.
∗ Supports 64 Kbytes to 2 Mbytes cache sizes.
∗ Cache read/write cycle of 3-2-2-2 or 4-2-2-2 using standard SRAMs at
66MHz.
∗ Cache read/write cycle of 3-1-1-1 using burst SRAMs at 66MHz.
Integrated DRAM controller.
∗ Supports 4 banks of SIMMs up to 256 Mbytes of cacheable main memory.
∗ Supports “table-free” DRAM configuration.
∗ Concurrent write back.
∗ CAS#-before-RAS# transparent DRAM refresh.
∗ Supports 256K/512K/1M/2M/4M/8M/16MxN 70ns Fast Page Mode and
EDO DRAM.
∗ The fastest burst cycle speed for FP and EDO are 6-3-3-3 and 6-2-2-2
respectively.
∗ Programmable CAS# driving current.
∗ Programmable DRAM speed.
∗ Supports slow refresh.
Two programmable non-cacheable regions.
Supports synchronous and asynchronous PCI clock.
Supports SMI/SMM mode.
Supports CPU stop clock.
Provides high performance PCI arbiter.
∗ Supports four PCI masters.
∗ Supports rotating priority mechanism.
∗ Hidden arbitration scheme minimizes arbitration overhead.
Integrated PCI bridge.
∗ Translates the CPU cycles into the PCI bus cycles.
∗ Provides CPU-to-PCI read assembly and write disassembly mechanism.
∗ Translates sequential CPU-to-PCI memory write cycles into PCI burst
cycles.
∗ PCI burst write in the pace of X-2-2-2…
∗ PCI burst read L2 cache in X-2-2-2…
∗ PCI burst read DRAM in X-3-2-3-2…
∗ Cache snoop filters ensure data coherency and minimizes snoop
frequency.
∗ meet PCI specification buffer strength.
Supports Leakage control.
Supports suspend to Memory.
208-pin PQFP/TQFP package.
0.6um CMOS technology.
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SiS5102 PCI Local Data Buffer
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Supports full 64-bit Pentium processor data bus.
Provides a 64-bit interface to DRAM memory.
Provides a 32-bit interface to PCI.
Three integrated posted write buffers and two read buffers increase system
performance.
∗ 1 level CPU-to-Memory Posted Write Buffer (CTMPB) with 4 QuadWords
(QWs) deep.
∗ 4 level CPU-to-PCI Posted Write Buffer (CTPPB) with 4 DoubleWords
(DWs) deep.
∗ 1 level PCI-to-Memory Posted Write Buffer (PTMPB) with 1 QW deep.
∗ 1 level Memory-to-CPU Read Buffer (CRMB) with 1 QW deep.
∗ 1 level Memory-to-PCI Read Buffer (PRMB) with 1 QW deep.
Near Zero wait state performance on CPU-to-Memory and CPU-to-PCI writes.
Operates synchronously to the 66.7 MHz CPU aand 33.3 MHz PCI clocks.
Provides parity generation for memory writes.
208-pin PQFP.
0.6um CMOS technology.
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SiS5103 System I/O & PMU
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Integrated bridge between PCI bus and ISA bus.
∗ Translates PCI bus cycles into ISA bus cycles.
∗ Translates ISA master or DMA cycles into PCI bus cycles.
∗ Provides PCI-to-ISA memory one Double Word Posted Write Buffer.
Integrated ISA bus compatible logic.
∗ ISA bus controller.
∗ ISA arbiter for ISA master, DMA devices, and refresh.
∗ Built-in two 8237 compatible DMA controllers.
∗ Built-in two 8259A compatible interrupt controllers.
∗ Built-in one 8254 timer.
Supports reroutibility of four PCI interrupts to any unused IRQ interrupt.
Supports flash ROM.
Built-in RTC with 242 bytes extended CMOS SRAM.
Built-in PCI IDE.
∗ Fully compatible with PCI local bus specification v2.0.
∗ Accommodates 8 bits, 16 bits, and 32 bits data transfer.
∗ Supports PCI burst read/write operation.
∗ Supports read ahead & posted write buffers for concurrent system
operation.
∗ Controls two IDE channels and max. connects 4 IDE drives.
∗ Supports PIO mode 4 timing proposal on enhanced IDE specifications.
∗ Programmable command and recovery timing for reads and writes per
channel.
∗ Auto IDE channel speed setting with software driver.
∗ Hardware and software chip disable capability.
∗ Supports power down feature.
Meet PCI specification buffer strength.
Supports CPU thermal detection.
Supports CPU throttling and clock slow down.
Supports software SMI and software stop clock port.
Supports Microsoft APM spec.
Supports user register 32-bit.
External hardware SMI request support.
∗ EXTSUSP, GPIO[3:0], PIO[6:0], UIP [2:0].
Supports four Power Management Mode.
∗ Local auto doze mode.
∗ Global auto doze mode.
∗ Standby mode.
∗ Suspend mode.
Supports programmable PMU timer.
∗ Seven sub-doze timer: 31mS/125mS/05.Sec/1Sec/1.5Sec/2Sec/3Sec.
∗ Standby timer: 4 sec ∼ 5 min.
∗ Suspend time: 1 min ∼ 60 min.
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Battery Management
∗ AC power indicator.
∗ Multi-level low battery monitor: LB, LLB.
∗ Battery low SMI generation.
Supports suspend to hard disk.
∗ Read only shadow register.
Supports suspend to memory.
Supports doze, standby and suspend modes status output pin.
Supports ISA leakage control.
Standby/resume toggle switch.
Standby/resume button switch.
Modem ring/GPIO wake up.
Supports hot docking.
208-pin PQFP/TQFP package.
0.6um CMOS technology.
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SMC FDC37C669FR I/O FDD Controller with IR
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5 volt operation.
Intelligent auto power management.
16 bit address qualification (option).
2.88MB super I/O floppy disk controller.
∗ Licensed CMOS 7658 floppy disk controller.
∗ Software and register compatible with SMC’s proprietary 82077AA
compatible core.
∗ Supports two floppy drives directly.
∗ Supports vertical recording format.
∗ 16 byte data FIFO.
∗ 100% IBM compatibility.
∗ Detects all overrun and underrun conditions.
∗ Sophisticated power control circuitry (PCC) including multiple powerdown
modes for reduced power consumption.
∗ DMA enable logic.
∗ Data rate and drive control registers.
∗ Swap drives A and B.
∗ Non-burst mode DMA option.
∗ 48 base I/O address, 7 IRQ and 3 DMA options.
Floppy disk available on parallel port pins.
Enhanced digital data separator.
∗ 2 Mbps, 1 Mbps, 500 Kbps, 300 Kbps, 250 Kbps data rates.
∗ Programmable precompensation modes.
Serial Ports
∗ Two high speed NS16C550 compatible UARTs with send/receive 16 byte
FIFOs.
∗ Supports 130k and 460k baud.
∗ Programmable baud rate generator.
∗ Modem control circuitry.
∗ Infrared - IrDA, HPSIR, ASKIR, Fast IR (4Mbps IrDA), consumer IR support.
∗ Alternate IR pins (option).
∗ 96 base I/O address and 7 IRQ options.
Multi-Mode parallel port with ChiProtect.
∗ Standard mode.
∗ IBM PC/XT, PC/AT and PS/2 compatible bidirection parallel port.
∗ Enhanced parallel Port (EPP) compatible.
∗ EPP 1.7 and EPP 1.9 (IEEE 1284 compliant).
∗ Enhanced Capabilities Port (ECP) compatible (IEEE 1284 compliant).
∗ Incorporates ChiProtect circuitry for protection against damage due to
printer power-on.
∗ 192 base I/O address, 7 IRQ and 3 DMA options.
IDE interface (option).
∗ On-Chip decode and select logic compatible with IBM PC/XT and PC/AT
embedded hard disk drives.
∗ 48 base I/O address and 7 IRQ options.
Game Port Select Logic
∗ 48 base I/O address.
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General purpose address decoder.
∗ 16 byte block decode.
∗ 48 base I/O address options.
100 pin QFP and TQFP package.
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Omega 82C094 PCMCIA Host Adapter
Controller
Small Form Factor
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Single-chip PCMCIA host controller.
Legacy DMA and serial IRQ to directly support advanced PCI core logic.
Serial power control to support the designs with most PCMCIA power switch IC.
Direct connection to 33Mhz PCI bus and two PCMCIA sockets without glue logic.
208 pin PQFP or TQFP.
Compatibility
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Compliant with PC Card 95, PCMCIA 2.1, and JEIDA 4.1, ExCA.
Register-set compatible to Intel i82092AA (PPEC) and Intel i82365SL.
Power Management
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Supports CLOCKRUN# of the PCI mobile design guide for power saving.
Intelligent power management for lowest operation power.
Programmable power management with individual socket activity counter.
High Performance
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Four-level FIFO and programmable PCMCIA interface timing.
Five programmable memory windows and two programmable I/O windows per
socket.
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ESS ES1788 AudioDrive
The ES1788 AudioDrive can record, compress, and playback voice, sound and music
with built-in mixer controls. It consists of an embedded microprocessor, a game
compatible 16-bit stereo A/D and D/A, music 16-bit stereo D/A, 20-voice 72 operator FM
music synthesizer, MIDI serial port compatible with MPU401 UART mode, dual joystick
timers, hardware volume control, DMA control, and ISA bus interface logic. A DSP serial
interface allows an external DSP to take over analog resources such as the D/A or A/D
converters. Control of I/O address, DMA, and interrupt selection is controlled by system
software. Interface to analog inputs is extremely simple. There are stereo inputs for CDaudio, line-in, and an external music synthesis chip or TV, and a mono microphone
input to an internal pre-amp. A digital PC speaker input is converted to an analog signal
with volume control and is available as an analog output signal. Advanced power
management features such as suspend/resume to disk, self timed power down, autowakeup, and partial power-down are supported. The ES1788 AudioDrive has a 6 bit
master volume control with 64 total steps.
The ES1788 AudioDrive is compatible with Sound Blaster PRO version 3.01 voice and
music functions as documented in the Sound Blaster Series Developer Kit.
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ESS ES690
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32 voices.
General MIDI instrument set - 128 melodic and 47 percussion.
Chorus and reverb effects.
Integrated general MIDI interrupt.
MIDI serial interface.
Supports 512Kx16 up to 8Mx16 ROM’s.
No DAC required.
Context upload for suspend/resume to disk.
Automatic power-down when MIDI input is idle.
52 pin PQFP.
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ESS ES981 Wavetable Sample Set ROM
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512Kx16 bit CMOS ROM.
General MIDI instrument set - 128 melodic and 47 percussion.
Single +5V power supply.
150 ns fast access time.
Total static operation.
Operating current 60 mA.
44 pin small outline package (SOP).
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Trident Cyber9385 Flat Panel Controller
The Cyber9385 is a DRAM based, fully integrated LCD, CRT & TV 64 bit multimedia flat
panel controller for PCI systems. It provides a flexible, high performance solution for
various color depths and solutions. It supports these displays with options for 1, 1.5, 2
and 4 MB, and allows many memory configurations including unified or shared frame
buffer architectures. With burst PCI, Extended Data Out (EDO)/Fast Page Mode (FPM)
memory support, and the fastest video graphics engine, the Cyber9385 brings
VisualReality to PCs.
Highly Integrated Design
The highly integrated design of the Cyber9385 offers a “no TTL” solution for costeffective, high performance multimedia subsystem designs for the IBM PC and
compatible notebooks. The 64 bit memory data bus, supporting EDO DRAM memory,
provides faster data rates for improved system throughput.
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Standard Video Modes
Mode
#
0H, 1H
2H, 3H
4H, 5H
6H
7H
DH
EH
10H
11H
12H
13H
Resolution/
Colors
320x200-16
640x200-16
320x200-4
640x200-2
720x350-Mono
320x200-16
640x200-16
640x350-16
640x480-2
640x480-16
320x200-256
Pixel
Freq
28
28
25
25
28
25
25
25
25
25
25
Hor
Freq
31.4
31.4
31.4
31.4
31.4
31.4
31.4
31.4
31.4
31.4
31.4
Vert
Freq
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
60
60
70
MEM
Addr
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
B800
B800
B800
B800
B000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
Text
Res
40x25
80x25
40x25
80x25
80x25
40x25
80x25
80x25
80x30
80x30
40x25
1. NI = Non-Interlaced VGA display
2. I = Interlaced VGA display
3. N = NTSC TV display (VGA monitor and TV display switching)
4. P = PAL TV display (VGA monitor and TV display switching)
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Font
Type
Feature
8x8
8x8
8x8
8x8
9x14
8x8
8x8
8x14
8x16
8x16
8x8
Text
Text
Graphic
Graphic
Text
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
NI,N,P
NI,N,P
NI,N,P
NI,N,P
NI,N,P
NI,N,P
NI,N,P
NI,N,P
NI,N,P
NI,N,P
NI,N,P
Extended Video Modes
Mode
#
50H
51H
52H
53H
54H
55H
56H
57H
58H
59H
5AH
5BH_1
5BH_2
5BH_3
5CH
5DH_1
5DH_2
5DH_3
5DH_4
5EH_1
5EH_2
5EH_3
5FH_1
5FH_2
5FH_3
5FH_4
60H
62H_1
62H_2
62H_3
62H_4
63H_1
63H_2
63H_3
64H_1
64H_2
64H_3
64H_4
65H_1
66H_1
6AH_1
6BH
6CH_0
6CH_1
6CH_2
6CH_3
6CH_4
6DH_1
6DH_2
6EH_1
6EH_2
74H_1
74H_2
74H_3
74H_4
75H_1
75H_2
Resolution/
Colors
640X480-16
640X473-16
640X480-16
1056X350-16
1056X480-16
1056X473-16
1056X480-16
1188X350-16
1188X480-16
1188X473-16
1188X480-16
800X600-16
800X600-16
800X600-16
640X400-256
640X480-256
640X480-256
640X480-256
640X480-256
800X600-256
800X600-256
800X600-256
1024X768-16
1024X768-16
1024X768-16
1024X768-16
1024X768-16
1024X768-256
1024X768-256
1024X768-256
1024X768-256
1280X1024-16
1280X1024-16
1280X1024-16
1280X1024-256
1280X1024-256
1280X1024-256
1280X1024-256
1600X1200-16Ci
1600X1200-256Ci
800x600-16
320x200-16M
640x480-T
640x480-T
640x480-T
640x480-T
640x480-T
800x600-T
800x600-T
1024x768-T
1024x768-T
640x480-32K
640x480-32K
640x480-32K
640x480-32K
640x480-64K
640x480-64K
Pixel
Freq
25
25
25
40
40
40
40
45
45
45
45
40
49.5
56.3
25
25
31.5
31.5
36
40
49.5
56.3
45
65
75
78.8
45
45
65
75
80
75
108
135
75
108
67.5
135
135
67.5
40
40
75
25
31.5
31.5
36
40
49.5
45
65
50
65
31.5
36
50
65
Hor
Freq
31.5
31.5
31.5
31.3
31.3
31.3
31.3
31.3
31.3
31.3
31.3
37.9
46.9
53.7
31.6
31.5
37.9
37.5
43.3
37.9
46.9
53.7
35.5
48.5
56.5
60
35.7
35.5
48.5
56.5
59.5
46.9
63.0
80
46.9
63.0
80.0
80.0
62.5
62.5
35.2
31.6
31.4
31.5
37.9
37.5
43.3
37.9
46.9
35.5
48.4
31.4
40.1
37.5
43.3
31.4
40.1
Vert
Freq
60
60
60
70
60
60
60
70
60
60
60
60
75
85
70
75
72
75
85
60
75
85
87I
60
70
75
87I
87I
60
70
75
87I
60
75
87I
60
75
75
96I
96I
60
70
60
60
72
75
85
60
75
87I
60
60
72
75
85
60
72
85
MEM
Addr
All
All
All
All
All
All
All
512K
512K
512K
512K
All
512K
512K
1M
512K
512K
512K
512K
512K
512K
512K
512K
512K
512K
512K
512K
1M
1M
1M
1M
1M
1M
1M
2M
2M
2M
2M
1M
2M
All
512K
1M
1M
1M
1M
1M
2M
2M
4M
4M
1M
1M
1M
1M
1M
1M
D800
D800
D800
D800
D800
D800
D800
D800
D800
D800
D800
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
D800
D800
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
Text
Res
80X30
80X43
80X60
132X25
132X30
132X43
132X60
132X25
132X30
132X43
132X60
100X75
100X75
100X75
80X25
80X30
80X30
80X60
80X60
100X37
100X37
100X37
128X48
128X48
128X48
128X48
128X48
128X48
128X48
128X48
128X48
160X64
160X64
160X64
160X64
160X64
160X64
160X64
200X75
200X75
100X75
40X25
80X30
80X30
80X30
80X30
80X30
100X37
100X37
128X48
128X48
80X30
80X30
80X30
80X30
80X30
80X30
Font
Type
Feature
8x16
8x8
8x8
8x14
8x16
8x8
8x8
9x14
9x16
8x8
8x8
8x8
8x8
8x8
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
Text
Text
Text
Text
Text
Text
Text
Text
Text
Text
Text
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
NI,N,P
NI,N,P
NI,N,P
NI
NI
NI
NI
NI
NI
NI
NI
NI,P
NI,P
NI,P
NI,N,P
NI,N,P
NI,N,P
NI
NI
NI,P
NI,P
NI,P
I
NI
NI
NI
I
I
NI
NI
NI
I
NI
NI
I
NI
NI
NI
I
I
NI,P
NI,N,P
NI,N,P
NI,N,P
NI,N,P
NI,N,P
NI
NI,P
NI,P
I
NI
NI,N,P
NI,N,P
NI,N,P
NI,N,P
NI,N,P
NI,N,P
75H_3
75H_4
76H_1
76H_2
76H_3
640x480-64K
640x480-64K
800x600-32K
800x600-32K
800x600-32K
31.5
36
40
40
49.5
37.5
43.3
37.9
37.9
46.9
75
85
60
60
75
1M
1M
1M
1M
1M
85
A000
A000
A000
A000
A000
80X30
80X30
100X37
100X37
100X37
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
8x16
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
Graphic
NI,N,P
NI,N,P
NI,P
NI,P
NI,P
Mode
#
77H_1
Resolution/
Colors
800x600-64K
Pixel
Freq
40
Hor
Freq
37.9
Vert
Freq
60
MEM
Addr
1M
A000
77H_2
800x600-64K
49.5
46.9
75
1M
A000
77H_3
800x600-64K
56.3
53.7
85
1M
A000
78H_1
1024x768-32K
44.9
35.5
87I
2M
A000
78H_2
1024x768-32K
65
48.4
60
2M
A000
78H_3
1024x768-32K
78
60.0
75
2M
A000
79H_1
1024x768-64K
44.9
35.5
87I
2M
A000
79H_2
1024x768-64K
65
48.4
60
2M
A000
79H_3
1024x768-64K
78
60.0
75
2M
A000
7AH_1
1280x102432K
1280x102464K
78
46.4
87I
4M
A000
78
46.4
87i
4M
A000
7BH_1
85
Text
Res
100X3
7
100X3
7
100X3
7
128X4
8
128X4
8
128X4
8
128X4
8
128X4
8
128X4
8
160X6
4
160X6
4
Font
Type
Feature
8x16
Graphic
NI,P
8x16
Graphic
NI,P
8x16
Graphic
NI,P
8x16
Graphic
I
8x16
Graphic
I
8x16
Graphic
NI
8x16
Graphic
I
8x16
Graphic
I
8x16
Graphic
NI
8x16
Graphic
I
8x16
Graphic
I
Video Mode Cross Reference
Resolution
X*Y
640x480
640x480
640x480
640x480
640x480
640x480
640x480
640x480
800x600
800x600
800x600
800x600
800x600
800x600
800x600
800x600
800x600
800x600
1024x768
1024x768
1024x768
1024x768
1024x768
1280x1024
1280x1024
1280x1024
1280x1024
Color
Depth
Bit
4
4
8
8
15/16
15/16
24
24
4
4
8
8
8
8
15/16
15/16
15/16
15/16
4
4
8
8
15/16
4
4
8
8
Refresh
Rate
Hz
60
75
60
75
60
75
60
75
60
75
60
75
60
75
60
75
60
75
60
75
60
75
43
43
60
43
60
Scan
Order
I/NI
NI
NI
NI
NI
NI
NI
NI
NI
NI
NI
NI
NI
NI
NI
NI
NI
NI
NI
NI
NI
NI
NI
I
I
NI
I
NI
Video Clock
Frequency
MHz
25.175
31.500
25.175
31.500
25.175
31.500
25.175
31.500
40.000
49.500
40.000
49.500
40.000
49.500
40.000
49.500
40.000
49.500
65.000
78.750
65.000
78.750
44.9
75.000
108.00
75.000
108.00
85
Memory Clock
Frequency
MHz
58.000
58.000
58.000
58.000
58.000
58.000
58.000
58.000
58.000
58.000
58.000
58.000
58.000
58.000
58.000
58.000
58.000
58.000
58.000
58.000
58.000
58.000
58.000
58.000
58.000
58.000
75.000
Minimum
DRAM
MB
½
½
½
½
1
1
1
1
½
½
½
½
1
1
1
1
2
2
½
½
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
Acceleration
Scheme
V/A/H
V
V
A
A
A
A
H
H
V
V
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
V
V
A
A
A
V
V
A
A
Accessories
Battery Pack
Toshiba Ni-MH Rechargeable Battery
Item
Specifications
Type
Nominal Voltage
Nominal Capacity
Standard Charging
Fast Charging
Standard Discharge Current
Maximum Discharge Current
Discharge Final Voltage
Operating Temperature
Standard Charging
Fast Charging
Discharge
Storage
3∼12 months
within 3 months
Weight
10TH-3000AEG
1.2V
3000mAh
0.1C mA x 15 hours
Maximum 1.0 CmA
0.2 CmA
1.5 CmA
1.0 V
0 ∼ +45°C
+5 ∼ +45°C
-20 ∼ +60°C
-20 ∼ +25°C
-20 ∼ +35°C
52 grams
Duracell DR36S (Available at Worldwide Retails)
Item
Type
Size
Nominal Voltage
Typical Battery Capacity
Typical Cell Capacity
Minimum Cell Capacity
Typical Energy
Maximum Internal Impedance
Operating Temperature Range
Maximum Continuous Current
Specifications
DR36S
10 x 4/3A
12V
2.8 Ah
3.02 Ah
2.8 Ah
35 Wh
330 mΩ
0°C to 45°C
-20°C to 50°C
1C (2.8A)
1C (2.8A)
604g
258 cm 3
5 position Advanced Interconnect
Charge
Discharge
Charge
Discharge
Typical Weight
Maximum Volume
Terminals
85
CD-ROM
TEAC CD-46E-900 CD-ROM
Average Random Access Time
Full stroke Access Time
Disk Speed
Data Transfer Rate
Starting Time
Data Buffer Capacity
Applicable Discs
Dimensions
Weight
190msec average (6X speed)
450msec average (6X speed)
Inner circumstance
3,180rpm
Outer circumstance
1,200rpm
Average sustained
900KB/sec
Programmed I/O
16.7MB/sec. Max. (Mode 0∼4)
Multi-word DMA
16.7MB/sec. Max. (Mode 0∼2)
8sec. Typical, 32sec max.
128KB
CD-DA
CD-ROM Mode 1, Mode 2
CD-ROM XA Mode 2 (Form 1, Form 2)
Photo CD (single/multi -session)
Height
17.0mm
Width
130.6mm
Depth
140.5mm (excluding eject button)
320g or less
85
TEAC CD-36E-900 CD-ROM
Average Random Access Time
Full stroke Access Time
Disk Speed (at 6X speed)
Data Transfer Rate
Starting Time
Return Time from Standby Mode
Data Buffer Capacity
Applicable Discs
Dimensions
Weight
230msec average (6X speed)
480msec average (6X speed)
Inner circumstance
3,180rpm
Outer circumstance
1,200rpm
Average sustained
900kB/sec (at 6X speed)
Programmed I/O
13.3 MB/sec max. (Mode 0∼3)
Multi-word DMA
13.3 MB/sec max. (Mode 0∼1)
8sec. Average (when power on or disk loaded)
2sec or less
128KB
CD-DA
CD-ROM Mode 1, Mode 2
CD-ROM XA Mode 2 (Form 1, Form 2)
Photo CD (single/multi-session)
Enhanced CD
Height
13.7mm
Width
130.5mm
Depth
140.5mm(excluding eject button)
250g or less
85
TEAC CD-38E-900 CD-ROM
Average Random Access Time
Full stroke Access Time
Disk Speed (at sextuple speed)
Data Transfer Rate
Starting Time
Return Time from Standby Mode
Data Buffer Capacity
Applicable Discs
Dimensions
Weight
200msec average (8X speed)
470msec average (8X s peed)
Inner circumstance
4,240rpm
Outer circumstance
1,600rpm
Average sustained
1,200kB/sec
Programmed I/O
16.7MB/sec max. (mode 0∼4)
Multi-word DMA
16.7MB/sec max. (mode 0∼2)
8sec. Average (when power on or disk loaded)
2sec or less
128KB
CD-DA
CD-ROM Mode 1, Mode 2
CD-ROM XA Mode 2 (Form 1, Form 2)
Photo CD (single/multi -session)
Enhanced CD
Height
13.7mm
Width
130.5mm
Depth
140.5mm (excluding eject button)
250g or less
85
3.5” Floppy Disk Drive
Panasonic JU-226A03F FDD
Capacity
(in bytes)
Unformatted
Per Disk
Per Surface
Per Track
Formatted (16 sectors/track, 32 sectors/track)
Per Disk
Per Track
Per Sector
Formatted (9 sectors/track, 18 sectors/track)
Per Disk
Per Track
Per Sector
Formatted (15 sectors/track)
Per Disk
Per Track
Per Sector
Transfer Rate
Latency (avg.)
Access Time
Track to Track
Average (including settling and latency)
Settling Time
Minimum Turn Around Delay
Motor Start Time
Motor Rotation Select Delay
Dimensions (including front panel)
Width
Height
Depth
85
Normal Density High Density
(MFM)
(MFM)
1,000,000
500,000
6,250
1,666,666
833,333
10,416
2,000,000
1,000,000
125,000
655,360
4,096
256
1,310,720
8,192
256
737,280
4,608
512
1,474,560
9,216
512
250 kbits/s
100 ms
1,228,800
7,680
512
500 kbits/s
83 ms
500 kbits/s
100 ms
3 ms
194 ms
15 ms
18 ms
500 ms
500 ms
3 ms
177 ms
15 ms
18 ms
500 ms
500 ms
3 ms
194 ms
15 ms
18 ms
500 ms
500 ms
101.6 mm
12.7 mm
110.0 mm
TEAC FD-04HF-1300 FDD
2MB Mode
Recording Method
Data Transfer Rate (k bits/sec)
Tracks/Disk
Innermost Track Bit Density (bpi)
Innermost Track Flux Density (frpi)
Unformatted
K bytes/track
K bytes/track
Formatted
K bytes/track
Data
32 sectors/track
K bytes/track
Capacity
K bytes/track
K bytes/track
18 sectors/track
K bytes/track
K bytes/track
K bytes/track
10 sectors/track
K bytes/track
K bytes/track
FM
250
160
8,717
17,434
6.25
1,000
MFM
500
160
17,434
17,434
12.50
2,000
0.128
4.096
655.36
0.256
4.608
737.28
0.512
5.12
819.20
0.256
8.192
1,310.72
0.512
9.216
1,474.56
1.024
10.24
1,638.40
FM
125
160
4,359
8,717
3.125
500
MFM
250
160
8,717
8,717
6.250
1,000
0.128
2.048
327.68
0.256
2.304
368.64
0.512
2.560
409.60
0.256
4.096
655.36
0.512
4.608
737.28
1.024
5.120
819.20
1MB Mode
Recording Method
Data Transfer Rate (k bits/sec)
Tracks/Disk
Innermost Track Bit Density (bpi)
Innermost Track Flux Density (frpi)
Unformatted
K bytes/track
K bytes/track
Formatted
K bytes/track
Data
16 sectors/track
K bytes/track
Capacity
K bytes/track
K bytes/track
9 sectors/track
K bytes/track
K bytes/track
K bytes/track
5 sectors/track
K bytes/track
K bytes/track
Physical Specification
Dimension (including front bezel)
Width
Height
Depth
101.6 mm
12.7 mm
110 mm
85
LCD Panel
Sanyo LM-JA53-22NTK 12.1” DSTN
Item
Specification
Package dimension
Structure
Dot size
Dot pitch
Bezel opening area
Power supply voltage
Viewing angle range
Contrast ratio (φ=0°)
Response time (φ=0°)
276.5mm(W)x199.0mm(H)x8.0mm(D)
800(W)xRGB(W)x600(H)
0.0871mm(W)x0.2913mm(H)
0.1021mm(W)x0.3063mm(H)
250.0mm(W)x188.5mm(H)
Minimum 3.0V
Maximum 5.5V
Minimum 15°
Minimum 30°
Minimum 20°
Minimum 30°
Minimum 15, typical 30
Typical 150 ms, maximum 200 ms
Typical 150 ms, maximum 200 ms
θ=0°
θ=90°
θ=180°
θ=270°
Rise
Fall
85
Samsung LT104S4-151 10.4” TFT
Item
Specification
Display area
Number of dots
Pixel pitch
Pixel arrangement
Display colors
Viewing angle
Display mode
Module size
Weight
Contrast ratio (θ=0°, φ=0°)
Response time at 25°
Rise
θ=0°, φ=0°
Fall
Luminance
Viewing angle
Horizontal-left
Horizontal-right
Vertical -high
Vertical-low
Power supply voltage
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
211.2mm(H)x158.4mm(V) (10.4” diagonal)
800x600 pixel
0.264mm(H)x0.264mm(W)
RGB vertical stripe
262,144 colors
6 oclcok
Normal white
245.5mm(W)x179.4mm(H)x7.7mm(D)
400g (max.)
80:1 (min.)
20 (typical)
30 (typical)
70 cd/m2 (typical)
45°
45°
10°
30°
4.75V
5.0V
5.25V
85
NEC NL8060AC26-04 10.4” TFT
Item
Display area
Drive system
Display colors
Number of pixel
Pixel arrangement
Pixel pitch
Module size
Weight
Contrast ratio
Viewing angle
Viewing direction
Color gamut
Response time
Luminance
Signal system
Supply voltage
Backlight
Specification
211.2mm(H)x158.4mm(V) (10.4” diagonal)
a-Si TFT active matrix
262,144 colors
800x600
RGB vertical stripe
0.264mm(H)x0.264mm(V)
243.0mm(H)x179.0mm(V)x8.0mm(D)
Typical
410g
Typical
150:1
Horizontal-left
45°
Horizontal-right
45°
Vertical-up
25°
Vertical-down
25°
12 o’clock (upper direction)
55% (typical center to NTSC)
Maximum
40ms white to black
Typical
70cd/m2
6-bit digital signals for each of RGB primary colors
Synchronous signals (Hsync, Vsync)
Dot clock (CLK)
3.3V or 5.0V (logic, LCD driving)
Edge light type
one fluorescent lamp (cold cathode type) inverter-less
85
Hosiden HLD1201-0151XX 12.1” TFT
Item
Display mode
Viewing direction
Backlight
Display format
Screen area
Color arrangement
Driving method
Interface
Display outline
Weight
Contrast ratio
Response time
Contrast setting
Brightness (white image)
Surface reflectance
Power supply
Specification
Normally white mode with positive image (black image,
white background)
Optimum viewing lobe direction is 6 o’clock
CCFL edge-light system
800x600 dots
251mmx189.5mm
RGB vertical stripes
6 bits parallel (64 gray levels=262,144 colors)
3∼3.3V CMOS logic
278.5mm(w) x 200.5mm(h) x 8.5mm (t) max.
600 grams
70:1 minimum at 25°C θ=0°, φ=0°, backlight on
Tr:28 msec typical, Tf:28 msec typical
Maximum setting
70 cd/m2 Typ / If=TBD mA
5% max.
Minimum 4.75V
Typical 5V
Maximum 5.25V
85
Samsung LT121S1-103 12.1” TFT
Item
Specification
Display area
Number of dots
Pixel pitch
Pixel arrangement
Display colors
Viewing angle
Display mode
Module size
Contrast ratio (θ=0°, φ=0°)
Response time at 25°
Rise
θ=0°, φ=0°
Fall
Luminance
Viewing angle
Horizontal-left
Horizontal-right
Vertical -high
Vertical-low
Power supply voltage
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
246.0mm(H)x184.5mm(V) (12.1” diagonal)
800x600 pixel
0.3075mm(H)x0.3075mm(W)
RGB vertical stripe
262,144 colors
6 o’clcok
Normal white
275.0mm(W)x200.0mm(H)x8.0mm(D)
80:1 (min.)
20 (typical)
30 (typical)
70 cd/m2 (typical)
45°
45°
10°
30°
3.0V
3.3V
3.6V
85
Chapter 4: Parts & Circuit
This chapter provides both the parts list and the circuit diagrams for engineers to
maintain the Notebook system.
: Parts List.
m Top case & assemblies.
m Bottom case & assembly.
m Display panel & assembly.
m CD-ROM.
m FDD.
m HDD.
m Second Battery.
: Circuit Diagrams.
m Mainboard
71-62000-D07C
m D/D
71-6200C-D03
m CPU Power Board
71-620A5-D50
m Charger & Switch Board
71-6200S-D10
m LCD Bar
71-62006-D01
m 8/16MB Memory Card
71-6202T-D71
m Data Board
ü DSTN 12.1” Sanyo, Hitachi
71-6200Z-D02
ü DSTN 12.1” Panasonic
71-6200Z-D10
ü TFT 10.4” NEC
71-6220Z-D11
ü TFT 10.4” Samsung
71-6220Z-D21
ü TFT 12.1” NEC/Samsung
71-6220Z-D02
ü TFT 12.1” Hosiden
71-6220Z-D30
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NEC NL8060BC31-01 12.1” TFT
Item
Display area
Drive system
Display colors
Number of pixel
Pixel arrangement
Pixel pitch
Module size
Weight
Contrast ratio
Viewing angle
Viewing direction
Color gamut
Response time
Luminance
Signal system
Supply voltage
Power consumption
Backlight
Specification
244.8mm(H)x183.6mm(V) (12.1” diagonal)
a-Si TFT active matrix
262,144 colors
800x600
RGB vertical stripe
0.306mm(H)x0.306mm(V)
277.5mm(H)x202.5mm(V)x8.0mm(D) max.
485g (typical)
150:1 (typical)
Horizontal-left
45°
Horizontal-right
45°
Vertical-up
20°
Vertical-down
35°
Wider viewing angle with contrast ratio: down side (6 o’clock)
Wider viewing angle without image reversal: up side (12 o’clock)
Optimum grayscale (γ=2.2): perpendicular
42% (typical center to NTSC)
40ms (max.) white to black
70 cd/m2 (typical) (lamp current 3.0mArms)
6-bit digital signals for each of RGB primary colors
Synchronous signals (Hsync, Vsync)
Dot clock (CLK)
3.3V [5.0V] (logic, LCD driving)
3.0W (typical) [at 3.3V]
Edge light type
one fluorescent lamp (cold cathode type) inverter-less
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