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365 Notebook
Service Guide
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About this Manual
Purpose
This service guide aims to furnish technical information to the service engineers and advanced
users when upgrading, configuring, or repairing the Extensa 365 notebook.
Manual Structure
This service guide consists of four chapters and seven appendices as follows:
Chapter 1
System Introduction
This chapter gives the technical specifications for the notebook and its peripherals.
Chapter 2
BIOS Setup Information
This chapter includes the system BIOS information, focusing on the BIOS setup utility.
Chapter 3
Disassembly and Unit Replacement
This chapter tells how to disassemble the notebook and replace components.
Appendix A
Model Number Definition
This appendix shows the different configuration options for the 365 series notebook
computer.
Appendix B
Compatibility Test Report Excerpt
This appendix contains the compatibility test report of the notebook.
Appendix C
BIOS POST Checkpoint
This appendix lists the POST checkpoints of the notebook BIOS.
Appendix D
Silk Screen
This appendix contains the silk screen of the notebook.
Appendix E
Spare Parts List
This appendix lists the spare parts for the 365 series notebook computer with their part
numbers and other information.
Appendix G
Schematics
This appendix contains the schematic diagrams for the system board.
Appendix H
Troubleshooting to Board Repairing
If you need help…….
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Conventions
The following are the conventions used in this manual:
Text entered by user
Represents parameter settings and text input by the user.
Screen messages
Denotes actual messages that appear onscreen.
,
,
, etc.
Represent the actual keys that you have to press on the
keyboard.
NOTE
Gives bits and pieces of additional information related to
the current topic.
WARNING
Alerts you to any damage that might result from doing or
not doing specific actions.
CAUTION
Gives precautionary measures to avoid possible hardware
or software problems.
IMPORTANT
Reminds you to do specific actions relevant to the
accomplishment of procedures.
TIP
Tells how to accomplish a procedure with minimum steps
through little shortcuts.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1
System Introduction
1.1
Overview......................................................................................................... 1-1
1.2
Jumpers and Connectors ............................................................................... 1-2
1.3
Hardware Configuration and Specification ..................................................... 1-4
1.3.1
Memory Address Map..................................................................... 1-4
1.3.2
Interrupt Channel Map .................................................................... 1-4
1.3.3
DMA Channel Map.......................................................................... 1-5
1.3.4
I/O Address Map ............................................................................. 1-5
1.3.5
Processor........................................................................................ 1-6
1.3.6
BIOS ............................................................................................... 1-6
1.3.7
System Memory .............................................................................. 1-6
1.3.8
Second-Level Cache....................................................................... 1-7
1.3.9
Video Memory ................................................................................. 1-7
1.3.10
Video ............................................................................................... 1-7
1.3.11
Parallel Port..................................................................................... 1-8
1.3.12
Serial Port ....................................................................................... 1-9
1.3.13
Audio ............................................................................................... 1-9
1.3.14
PCMCIA .......................................................................................... 1-9
1.3.15
Touchpad ...................................................................................... 1-10
1.3.16
Keyboard....................................................................................... 1-10
1.3.17
FDD............................................................................................... 1-11
1.3.18
HDD .............................................................................................. 1-11
1.3.19
CD-ROM ....................................................................................... 1-12
1.3.20
Battery........................................................................................... 1-12
1.3.21
Charger ......................................................................................... 1-13
1.3.22
DC-DC Converter.......................................................................... 1-14
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1.4
1.5
DC-AC Inverter.............................................................................. 1-14
1.3.24
LCD ............................................................................................... 1-14
1.3.25
AC Adapter.................................................................................... 1-15
Software Configuration and Specification..................................................... 1-17
1.4.1
BIOS.............................................................................................. 1-17
1.4.2
Drivers, Applications and Utilities.................................................. 1-23
Block Diagrams ............................................................................................ 1-25
1.5.1
System .......................................................................................... 1-25
1.5.2
Clock ............................................................................................. 1-26
1.6
Environmental Requirements ...................................................................... 1-27
1.7
Mechanical Specifications ............................................................................ 1-28
Chapter 2
BIOS Setup
2.1
Basic System Settings.................................................................................... 2-3
2.2
Startup Configuration...................................................................................... 2-4
2.3
Onboard Devices Configuration ..................................................................... 2-6
2.4
System Security.............................................................................................. 2-8
2.5
Power Management Settings ....................................................................... 2-10
2.6
Load Default Settings ................................................................................... 2-12
Chapter 3
3.1
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1.3.23
Disassembly and Unit Replacement
General Information........................................................................................ 3-2
3.1.1
Before You Begin ............................................................................ 3-2
3.1.2
Connector Types............................................................................. 3-3
3.1.3
Disassembly Sequence................................................................... 3-4
3.2
Installing Memory ........................................................................................... 3-6
3.3
Removing the Modem Board.......................................................................... 3-8
3.4
Removing the Hard Disk Drive ....................................................................... 3-9
3.5
Removing the Keyboard ............................................................................... 3-10
3.6
3.7
Disassembling the Inside Frame Assembly ................................................. 3-12
3.6.1
Removing the Heat Sink Assembly............................................... 3-12
3.6.2
Removing the Display ................................................................... 3-13
3.6.3
Removing the Internal Drive ......................................................... 3-14
3.6.4
Replacing the CPU ....................................................................... 3-15
3.6.5
Detaching the Top Cover .............................................................. 3-16
3.6.6
Removing the Mainboard.............................................................. 3-17
3.6.7
Disassembling the Mainboard....................................................... 3-19
3.6.8
Disassembling the Top Cover....................................................... 3-20
Disassembling the Display ........................................................................... 3-21
Appendices
Appendix A Model Number Definition
Appendix B Compatibility Test Report Excerpt
Appendix C BIOS POST Checkpoint
Appendix D Silk Screen
Appendix E Spare Parts List
Appendix F Explored View Diagram
Appendix G Schematics
Appendix H Ttroubleshooting to Board Repairing
List of Figures
1-1
Jumpers and Connectors (Top View)............................................................. 1-2
1-2
Jumpers and Connectors (Bottom View) ....................................................... 1-3
1-3
Power Management Block Diagram............................................................. 1-18
1-4
System Block Diagram ................................................................................. 1-25
1-5
Clock Block Diagram.................................................................................... 1-26
3-1
Removing the Battery Pack............................................................................ 3-2
3-2
Using Connectors With Locks........................................................................ 3-3
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3-3
Disassembly Sequence Flowchart ................................................................. 3-5
3-4
Removing the Memory Door........................................................................... 3-6
3-5
Installing and Removing Memory ................................................................... 3-7
3-6
Removing the Modem Board.......................................................................... 3-8
3-7
Removing the Hard Disk Drive ....................................................................... 3-9
3-8
Removing the Display Hinge Covers............................................................ 3-10
3-9
Removing the Keyboard ............................................................................... 3-10
3-10
Unplugging the Keyboard Connectors.......................................................... 3-11
3-11
Removing the LED Cover............................................................................. 3-12
3-12
Removing the Heat Sink Assembly .............................................................. 3-12
3-13
Unplugging the Display Cable ...................................................................... 3-13
3-14
Removing the Display Hinge Screws ........................................................... 3-13
3-15
Removing the Display Hinge Screws ........................................................... 3-14
3-16
Removing the Internal Drive ......................................................................... 3-15
3-17
Replacing the CPU ....................................................................................... 3-15
3-18
Removing Cables ......................................................................................... 3-16
3-19
Removing Cables ......................................................................................... 3-16
3-20
Detaching the Top Cover.............................................................................. 3-17
3-21
Removing the Keyboard/Touchpad Board and
DC-DC Converter Board Cover .................................................................... 3-17
3-22
Removing the DC-DC Converter Board ....................................................... 3-18
3-23
Removing the Mainboard ............................................................................. 3-18
3-24
Removing the Charger Board....................................................................... 3-19
3-25
Removing the PCMCIA Sockets .................................................................. 3-19
3-26
Removing the Hard Disk Drive Heat Sink .................................................... 3-20
3-27
Removing the Touchpad and Speakers ....................................................... 3-20
3-28
Removing the LCD Bumpers........................................................................ 3-21
3-29
Removing the Display Bezel Screws ............................................................ 3-21
3-30
Removing the Display Bezel......................................................................... 3-22
3-31
Removing the Inverter Board ....................................................................... 3-22
3-32
Removing the LCD Panel............................................................................. 3-23
3-33
Removing the display cable from LCD Panel............................................... 3-23
List of Tables
1-1
SW1 Switch Settings ...................................................................................... 1-3
1-2
Memory Address Map .................................................................................... 1-4
1-3
Interrupt Channel Map.................................................................................... 1-4
1-4
DMA Channel Map ......................................................................................... 1-5
1-5
I/O Address Map ............................................................................................ 1-5
1-6
Processor Specifications ................................................................................ 1-6
1-7
BIOS Specifications....................................................................................... 1-6
1-8
Memory Configurations .................................................................................. 1-7
1-9
Video RAM Configuration............................................................................... 1-7
1-10
Video Hardware Specification ....................................................................... 1-7
1-11
Supported External CRT Resolutions ............................................................ 1-8
1-12
Supported LCD Resolutions........................................................................... 1-8
1-13
Parallel Port Configurations........................................................................... 1-8
1-14
Serial Port Configurations .............................................................................. 1-9
1-15
Audio Specifications ....................................................................................... 1-9
1-16
PCMCIA Specifications ................................................................................ 1-10
1-17
Touchpad Specifications .............................................................................. 1-10
1-18
Keyboard Specifications ............................................................................... 1-10
1-19
Windows 95 Key Descriptions..................................................................... 1-11
1-20
FDD Specifications....................................................................................... 1-11
1-21
HDD Specifications ...................................................................................... 1-11
1-22
CD-ROM Specifications ............................................................................... 1-12
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1-23
Battery Specifications ................................................................................... 1-12
1-24
Charger Specifications ................................................................................. 1-13
1-25
DC-DC Converter Specifications.................................................................. 1-14
1-26
DC-AC Inverter Specifications...................................................................... 1-14
1-27
LCD Specifications ....................................................................................... 1-14
1-28
AC Adapter Specifications............................................................................ 1-15
1-29
Hotkey Descriptions...................................................................................... 1-17
1-30
Standby Mode Conditions and Descriptions................................................. 1-19
1-31
Light Green Mode Conditions and Descriptions ........................................... 1-20
1-32
Hibernation Mode Conditions and Descriptions ........................................... 1-21
1-33
Display Standby Mode Conditions and Descriptions .................................... 1-21
1-34
Hard Disk Standby Mode Conditions and Descriptions................................ 1-22
1-35
Location of Drivers in the System Utility CD................................................. 1-23
1-36
Location of Applications in the System Utility CD ......................................... 1-24
2-1
Basic System Settings Parameters ................................................................ 2-3
2-2
Startup Configuration Parameters.................................................................. 2-4
2-3
Onboard Devices Configuration Parameters.................................................. 2-6
2-4
System Security Parameters .......................................................................... 2-8
2-5
Power Management Settings ....................................................................... 2-10
3-1
Guide to Disassembly Sequence ................................................................... 3-4
C-1
POST Checkpoint List ....................................................................................E-1
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System Introduction
1.1
Overview
This computer combines high-performance, versatility, power management features and multimedia
capabilities with unique style and ergonomic design. This computer was designed with the user in
mind. Here are just a few of its many features:
•
Performance
• Intel Pentium® processor with MMX™ technology
• 64-bit main memory and external (L2) cache memory
• Large LCD display and PCI local bus video with graphics acceleration
• Internal CD-ROM drive and external 3.5-inch floppy drive (CD-ROM drive model)
• Internal 3.5-inch floppy drive (FDD model)
• High-capacity, Enhanced-IDE hard disk
• Nickel Metal-Hydride battery pack
• Power management system with light green, standby and hibernation power saving modes
•
Multimedia
• 16-bit high-fidelity stereo audio with 3-D sound
• Built-in dual speakers
• Ultra-slim, high-speed CD-ROM drive
•
Connectivity
• High-speed fax/data modem port
• USB (Universal Serial Bus) port
•
Human-centric Design and Ergonomics
• Lightweight and slim
• Sleek, smooth and stylish design
• Full-sized keyboard and wide palmrest
• Ergonomically-centered touchpad pointing device
•
Expansion
• CardBus PC card (formerly PCMCIA) slots (two type II/I or one type III) with ZV (Zoomed
Video) port support
• User-upgradeable memory and hard disk
System Introduction
1-1
1.2
Jumpers and Connectors
TOP VIEW
CN1
CN2
PH1 PH2 PH3 CN9
CN10 CN3
CN4
CN5
CN7
CN6
CN8
CN11
CN12
SW1
CN13
CN14
CN15
CN16
CN17
CN18
GF1
PCB No. 97160-1
CN1
CN2
CN3
CN4
CN5
CN6
CN7
CN8
USB port
VGA port
Parallel port
Serial port
RJ-11 phone jack
LCD connector
DC-DC connector
Charger connector
Figure 1-1
1-2
CN9
CN10
CN11
CN12
CN13
CN14
CN15
CN16
Internal speaker connector (left)
Internal speaker connector (right)
PCMCIA socket connector
Inverter connector
FDD/CD-ROM connector
Internal keyboard/touchpad connector
HDD connector
CD-ROM connector
CN17
CN18
SW1
GF1
PH1
PH2
PH3
CPU board connector
Battery connector
KB/password/logo setting
switch
Golden finger for debug card
Microphone connector
Line-In connector
Line-out connector
Jumpers and Connectors (Top View)
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BOTTOM VIEW
CN20
CN19
CN21
PCB No. 97160-1
CN19
CN20
CN21
Modem connector
Modem connector
DIMM socket
Figure 1-2
Jumpers and Connectors (Bottom View)
The following tables list the switch settings for SW1.
Table 1-1
SW1 Switch Settings
ON
Switch 1 (Logo Screen)
Switch 2 (Password)
OFF
OEM
Acer
Bypass
Check
English
European
Japanese
Korean
Switch 3 (KB Language)
Off
On
Off
On
Switch 4 (KB Language)
Off
Off
On
On
System Introduction
1-3
1.3
Hardware Configuration and Specification
1.3.1
Memory Address Map
Table 1-2
Memory Address Map
Address Range
000000 - 09FFFF
Definition
640 KB memory
Function
Base memory
0A0000 - 0BFFFF
128 KB video RAM
Reserved for graphics display buffer
0C0000 - 0CBFFF
Video BIOS
Video BIOS
0F0000 - 0FFFFF
64 KB system BIOS
System BIOS
100000 - top limited
Extended memory
SIMM memory
FE0000 - FFFFFF
256 KB system ROM
Duplicate of code assignment at 0E0000-0FFFFF
1.3.2
Table 1-3
Priority
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
1-4
Interrupt Channel Map
Interrupt Channel Map
Interrupt Number
SMI
NMI
IRQ 0
IRQ 1
IRQ 2
IRQ 8
IRQ 9
IRQ 10
IRQ 11
IRQ 12
IRQ 13
IRQ 14
IRQ 15
IRQ 3
IRQ 4
IRQ 5
IRQ 6
IRQ 7
Interrupt Source
Power management unit
Parity error detected, I/O channel error
Interval timer, counter 0 output
Keyboard
Interrupt from controller 2 (cascade)
Real-time clock /
Cascaded to INT 0AH (IRQ 2) / Audio / PCMCIA/Internal Modem
Audio (option) / PCMCIA / Internal modem / Serial communication
port 2 / PCMCIA / USB
Audio (option) / PCMCIA / Internal modem / Serial communication
port 1 / PCMCIA
PS/2 mouse
INT from coprocessor
Hard disk controller / PCMCIA controller
CD-ROM controller / PCMCIA controller
Serial communication port 2 / Internal modem / Audio / PCMCIA
Serial communication port 1 / Internal modem / Audio / PCMCIA
Parallel port (option) / Audio / PCMCIA
Diskette controller
Parallel port (option) / Audio / Internal Modem
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1.3.3
DMA Channel Map
Table 1-4
DMA Channel Map
Controller
Channel
Address
Function
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0087
0083
0081
0082
Cascade
008B
0089
008A
Audio (option) / Audio
Audio (option) / ECP / Audio
Diskette
Audio (option) / ECP
Cascade
Not support
Not support
Audio (option)
1.3.4
I/O Address Map
Table 1-5
I/O Address Map
Address Range
000 - 00F
020 - 021
040 - 043
048 - 04B
060 - 06E
070 - 071
080 - 08F
0A0 - 0A1
0C0 - 0DF
1F0 - 1F7
220 - 22F
230 - 23F
240 - 24F
250 - 25F
278 - 27F
2E8 - 2EF
2F8 - 2FF
378, 37A
3BC - 3BE
3B4, 3B5, 3BA
3C0 - 3C5
3C6 - 3C9
3C0 - 3CF
3D0 - 3DF
3E0 - 3E1
3E8 - 3EF
3F0 - 3F7
3F8 - 3FF
CF8 - CFF
System Introduction
Device
DMA controller-1
Interrupt controller-1
Timer 1
Timer 2
Keyboard controller 8742 chip select
Real-time clock and NMI mask
DMA page register
Interrupt controller-2
DMA controller-2
Hard disk select
Audio (option) - default
Audio (option)
Audio (option)
Audio (option)
Parallel port 3
COM 4
COM 2
Parallel port 2
Parallel port 1
Video subsystem
Video subsystem
Video DAC
Enhanced graphics display
Color graphics adapter
PCMCIA controller
COM3
Floppy disk controller
COM 1
PCI configuration register
1-5
1.3.5
Processor
Table 1-6
Processor Specifications
Item
Specification
CPU type
P55C-166, Tillamook-200/233
CPU package
TCP
Switchable processor speed (Y/N)
Yes
Minimum working speed
0MHz
CPU core voltage
2.45V/1.8V/1.8V
CPU I/O voltage
3.3V/2.5V/2.5V
1.3.6
BIOS
Table 1-7
BIOS Specifications
Item
Specification
BIOS vendor
Acer
BIOS version
V3.0
BIOS in flash EPROM (Y/N)
Yes
BIOS ROM size
256KB
BIOS package type
32-pin PLCC
Same BIOS for STN color/TFT color (Y/N)
Yes
The BIOS can be overwritten/upgradeable using the "AFLASH" utility
(AFLASH.EXE). Please refer to software specification section for details.
1.3.7
System Memory
Memory is upgradeable from 16 to 80 MB, employing 16-/32-/64-MB 64-bit soDIMMs (Small Outline
Dual Inline Memory Modules). After installing the memory modules, the system automatically
detects and reconfigures the total memory size during the POST routines. The following lists
important memory specifications.
•
•
1-6
Memory bus width: 64-bit
Expansion RAM module type:144-pin, 64-bit, small outline Dual Inline Memory Module
(soDIMM)
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Expansion RAM module size/configuration:
• 8MB (1M*16x4)
• 16MB (2M*8x8)
• 32MB (4M*16x4)
• 64MB (8M*8x8)
•
Expansion RAM module speed/voltage/package: 60ns/3.3v/TSOP EDO
•
EDO and fast-page mode DIMMs may be used together in a memory configuration.
The following table lists all possible memory configurations.
Table 1-8
1.3.8
Memory Configurations
On Board
Slot 1
Total Memory
16 MB
0 MB
16 MB
16 MB
16 MB
32 MB
16 MB
32 MB
48 MB
16 MB
64MB
80 MB
Second-Level Cache
This notebook has 256KB second-level (L2) cache onboard.
1.3.9
Video Memory
Table 1-9
Video RAM Configuration
Item
Specification
Fixed or upgradeable
Fixed, build in chip
Memory size/configuration
1.1MB
Memory speed
50ns
Memory voltage
3.3V
1.3.10
Video
Table 1-10
Video Hardware Specification
Item
Specification
Video chip
NeoMagic 2097
Working voltage
3.3V
System Introduction
1-7
External CRT Resolution Support
Table 1-11
Supported External CRT Resolutions
Resolution x Color on
External CRT
CRT Refresh Rate
Simultaneous on
TFT LCD
Simultaneous on
STN LCD
CRT only
Simultaneous
SVGA
SVGA
640x480x16
60
60
Y
Y
640x480x256
60,75,85
60
Y
Y
640x480x65,536
60,75,85
60
Y
Y
640x480x16,777,216
60,75,85
60
Y
Y
800x600x256
60,75,85
60
Y
Y
800x600x65,536
60,75,85
60
Y
Y
1024x768x256
60,75,85
60
Y
Y
LCD Resolution Support
Table 1-12
Supported LCD Resolutions
Resolution x Color on LCD Only*
TFT LCD (SVGA)
DSTN LCD (SVGA)
640x480x16
Y
Y
640x480x256
Y
Y
640x480x65,536
Y
Y
640x480x16,777,216
Y
Y
800x600x256
Y
Y
800x600x65,536
Y
Y
1024x768x256
Y
Y
* Maximum resolution (External CRT): 1024x768
Using software, you can set the LCD to a higher resolution than its physical
resolution, but the image shown on the LCD will pan.
1.3.11
Parallel Port
Table 1-13
Parallel Port Configurations
Item
Specification
Number of parallel ports
1
ECP support
Yes (set by BIOS setup)
Connector type
25-pin D-type
Location
Rear side
Selectable parallel port (by BIOS Setup)
•
Parallel port : Enabled / Disabled
•
Base Address: 378h/278h/3BCH
•
IRQ: 7/ 5
1-8
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1.3.12
Serial Port
Table 1-14
Serial Port Configurations
Item
Specification
Number of serial ports
1
16550 UART support
Yes
Connector type
9-pin D-type
Location
Rear side
Selectable serial port (by BIOS Setup)
•
•
•
1.3.13
Serial Port : Enabled / Disabled
Base Address : 3F8h / 2F8h / 3E8h / 2E8h
IRQ: 4 /11
Audio
Table 1-15
Audio Specifications
Item
Specification
Chipset
YMF715
Audio onboard or optional
Built-in
Mono or stereo
Stereo
Resolution
16-bit
Compatibility
SB-16 , Windows Sound System
Mixed sound sources
Voice, Synthesizer, Line-in, Microphone, CD
Voice channel
8-/16-bit, mono/stereo
Sampling rate
44.1 kHz
Internal microphone
No
Internal speaker / quantity
Yes / 2 pcs.
Microphone jack
Yes
Headphone jack
Yes
1.3.14
PCMCIA
PCMCIA is an acronym for Personal Computer Memory Card International Association. The
PCMCIA committee set out to standardize a way to add credit-card size peripheral devices to a wide
range of personal computers with as little effort as possible.
There are two type II/I or one type III PC Card slots found on the left panel of the notebook. These
slots accept credit-card-sized cards that enhances the usability and expandability of the notebook.
ZV (Zoomed Video) port support allows your system to support hardware MPEG in the form of a ZV
PC card.
System Introduction
1-9
Table 1-16
PCMCIA Specifications
Item
Specification
Chipset
O2 Micro OZ6833
Supported card type
Type-II / Type-III
Number of slots
Two Type-II or one Type-III
Access location
Left side
ZV (Zoomed Video) port support
Yes
1.3.15
Table 1-17
Touchpad
Touchpad Specifications
Item
Specification
Vendor & model name
Synaptics TM3202TPD-226
Power supply voltage (V)
5 ± 10%
Location
Palm-rest center
Internal & external pointing device work simultaneously
Yes
Support external pointing device hot plug
Yes
X/Y position resolution (points/mm)
20
Interface
PS/2 (compatible with Microsoft mouse driver)
1.3.16
Table 1-18
Keyboard
Keyboard Specifications
Item
Specification
Vendor & model name
SMK KAS1901-0161R (English)
Total number of keypads
84/85 keys
Windows 95 keys
Yes, (Logo key / Application key):
Internal & external keyboard work simultaneously
Yes
Windows 95 Keys
The keyboard has two keys that perform Windows 95-specific functions. See Table 1-26.
1-10
Service Guide
Table 1-19
Windows 95 Key Descriptions
Key
Description
Windows logo key
Application key
1.3.17
Start button. Combinations with this key performs special functions, e.g.:
Windows + Tab Activate next Taskbar button
•
Windows + E Explore My Computer
•
Windows + F Find Document
•
Windows + M Minimize All
•
Shift + Windows + M Undo Minimize All
•
Windows + R Display Run dialog box
•
Opens the application’s context menu (same as right-click).
FDD
Table 1-20
FDD Specifications
Item
Specification
Vendor & model name
Mitsumi D353F2
Floppy Disk Specifications
Media recognition
2DD (720K)
2HD (1.2M, 3-mode)
2HD (1.44M)
Sectors / track
9
15
18
Tracks
80
80
80
Data transfer rate (Kbits/s)
250
300
500
500
Rotational speed (RPM)
300
360
360
300
Read/write heads
2
Encoding method
MFM
Power Requirement
Input Voltage (V)
1.3.18
+5 ± 10%
HDD
Table 1-21
HDD Specifications
Item
Vendor & Model Name
Specification
Hitachi DK225A-21
IBM DTNA22160
IBM DDLA21620
Capacity (MB)
2160
2160
1620
Bytes per sector
512
512
512
Logical heads
16
16
16
Logical sectors
63
63
63
Logical cylinders
4889
4200
3152
Physical read/write heads
6
6
3
Disks
3
3
2
Drive Format
Drive Format
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Table 1-21
HDD Specifications
Item
Specification
Spindle speed (RPM)
4464
4000
4000
Buffer size (KB)
128
96
96
Interface
ATA-3(IDE)
ATA-3
ATA-3
Data transfer rate
(disk-buffer, Mbytes/s)
5.7 ~ 9.0
5 ~ 7.7
5 ~ 8.3
Data transfer rate
(host-buffer, Mbytes/s)
16.6 /33.3
(max., PIO mode 4)
16.6
(max., PIO mode 4)
16.6
(max., PIO mode 4)
5 ± 5%
5 + 5%
5 ± 5%
Performance Specifications
DC Power Requirements
Voltage tolerance (V)
1.3.19
CD-ROM
Table 1-22
CD-ROM Specifications
Item
Specification
Vendor & Model Name
Teac-20X
Performance Specification
Speed (KB/sec)
2100 (ave. speed), 3000 (max.)
Access time (ms)
150 (Typ.)
Buffer memory (KB)
128
Interface
Enhanced IDE (ATAPI) compatible
Applicable disc format
CD-DA, CD-ROM, CD-ROM XA (except ADPCM), CD-I, Photo CD
(Multisession), Video CD, CD+
Loading mechanism
Soft eject (with emergency eject hole)
Power Requirement
Input Voltage (V)
1.3.20
5
Battery
Table 1-23
Battery Specifications
Item
Battery gauge on screen
Specification
Yes, by hotkey
Vendor & model name
Solomonbtp-1631(pack)/Toshiba(cell)
Battery type
NiMH
Cell capacity (mAH)
3500
Cell voltage (V)
1.2
Number of battery cell
7-cell
Package configuration
7 serial
Package voltage (V)
8.4
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Table 1-23
Battery Specifications
Item
Specification
Package capacity (WAH)
3500
Second battery
No
1.3.21
Charger
To charge the battery, place the battery pack inside the battery compartment and plug the AC
adapter into the notebook and an electrical outlet. The adapter has three charging modes:
•
Rapid mode
The notebook uses rapid charging when power is turned off and a powered AC adapter is
connected to it. In rapid mode, a fully depleted battery gets fully charged in approximately two
hours.
•
Charge-in-use mode
When the notebook is in use with the AC adapter plugged in, the notebook also charges the
battery pack if installed. This mode will take longer to fully charge a battery than rapid mode.
In charge-in-use mode, a fully depleted battery gets fully charged in approximately six to eight
hours.
•
Trickle mode
The adapter charges the battery pack for two hours using trickle current 17 ± 3mA, then shifts
to 1/10 duty pulse trickle charge to keep the battery capacity at 100%.
Table 1-24
Charger Specifications
Item
Specification
Vendor & model name
Ambit T62.096.C.00
Input voltage (from adapter, V)
0-24
Output current (to DC/DC converter, A)
4.3
Battery Low Voltage
Battery Low 1 level (V)
8.2 ± 0.15
Battery Low 2 level (V)
7.8 ± 0.15
Battery Low 3 level (V)
6.8 ± 0.15
Charge Current
Background charge (charge even system is still operative, A)
0.9 ± 0.1 (typ.)
Normal charge (charge while system is not operative, A)
2.0 ± 0.1(typ.)
Charging Protection
Maximum temperature protection (
System Introduction
)
60
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1.3.22
DC-DC Converter
DC-DC converter generates multiple DC voltage level for whole system unit use.
Table 1-25
DC-DC Converter Specifications
Item
Specification
Vendor & model name
Ambit T62.095.C.00
Input voltage (Vdc)
8~21
Output Rating
Current (w/ load, A)
5V
3.3V
Vcpu
(2.47 /2.15
/1.8V/2.0V)
+12V
+6V
5VSB
0~3.2
0~3.3
0~6
0~0.15
0~0.1
0.005
Voltage ripple (max., mV)
50
50
50
100
300
75
Voltage noise (max., mV)
100
100
100
200
500
250
OVP (Over Voltage Protection, V)
6.1~8.0
4.2~6.2
3-4
-
-
-
OCP (Over Current Protection, A)
4-6
4-6
6.5-9
0.3-0.4
-
-
1.3.23
DC-AC Inverter
DC-AC inverter is used to generate very high AC voltage, then supply to LCD CCFT backlight use,
and is also responsible for the control of LCD brightness. Avoid touching the DC-AC inverter area
while the system unit is turned on.
Table 1-26
DC-AC Inverter Specifications
Item
Specification
Vendor & model name
Ambit T62.104.C.00
Input voltage (V)
6.8(in.)
-
22(max.)
-
-
750 (max.)
Output voltage (Vrms, no load)
1000 (min.)
-
1600 (max.)
Output voltage frequency (kHz)
40 (min.)
-
65 (max.)
1.0~5.5 (min.)
1.5~6.1 (typ.)
2.0~6.7 (max.)
Input current (mA)
Output current (mArms)
1.3.24
LCD
Table 1-27
LCD Specifications
Item
Vendor & model name
Specification
TORiSAN
LM-JK53-22NFQ
TORiSAN
LM-JK53-22NFR-A
HITACHI
TX31D21VC
Mechanical Specifications
LCD display area
(diagonal, inch)
12.1
12.1
12.1
Display technology
STN
STN
TFT
Resolution
SVGA (800x600)
VGA (800x600)
SVGA (800x600)
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Service Guide
Table 1-27
LCD Specifications
Item
Specification
Supported colors
--
--
262,144 colors
40 (typ.)
40 (typ.)
80 (typ.)
Brightness (cd/m )
70 (typ.)
70 (typ.)
70 (typ.)
Brightness control
keyboard hotkey
keyboard hotkey
keyboard hotkey
Contrast control
using keyboard
hotkey
using keyboard
hotkey
none
Supply voltage for LCD
display (V)
3.3 or 5 (typ.)
3.3 or 5 (typ.)
3.0 ~ 3.6 (typ.)
Supply voltage for LCD
backlight (Vrms)
630 (typ.)
630 (typ.)
595(typ.), 660(max)
Optical Specification
Contrast ratio
2
Electrical Specification
1.3.25
AC Adapter
Table 1-28
AC Adapter Specifications
Item
Vendor & model name
Specification
Delta ADP-45GB Rev. E3, E5
Input Requirements
Nominal voltages (Vrms)
90 - 270
Nominal frequency (Hz)
47 - 63
Frequency variation range (Hz)
47 - 63
Maximum input current (A, @90Vac, full load)
1.5 A
Inrush current
The maximum inrush current will be less than 50A and
100A when the adapter is connected to 115Vac(60Hz)
and 230Vac(50Hz) respectively.
Efficiency
It should provide an efficiency of 83% minimum, when
measured at maximum load under 115V(60Hz).
Output Ratings (CV mode)
DC output voltage (V)
+19.0V~20.5V
Noise + Ripple (mV)
300mvp-pmax (20Mhz bandwidth)
Output Ratings (CV mode)
Load (A)
0 (min.)
DC output voltage (V)
+12 ~+19
Constant output (A)
2.75 ± 0.2
2.4 (max.)
Dynamic Output Characteristics
Turn-on delay time (s, @115Vac)
2
Hold up time (ms; @115 Vac input, full load)
5 (min.)
Over Voltage Protection (OVP, V)
26
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Table 1-28
AC Adapter Specifications
Item
Specification
Short circuit protection
Output can be shorted without damage
Electrostatic discharge (ESD, kV)
±15 (at air discharge)
Dielectric Withstand Voltage
Primary to secondary
3000 Vac (or 4242 Vdc), 10 mA for 1 second
Leakage current
0.25 mA maximum @ 254 Vac, 60Hz.
Regulatory Requirements
Internal filter meets:
1.
FCC class B requirements. (USA)
2.
VDE 243/1991 class B requirements. (German)
3.
CISPR 22 Class B requirements. (Scandinavia)
4.
VCCI class II requirements. (Japan)
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Service Guide
1.4
Software Configuration and Specification
1.4.1
BIOS
The BIOS is compliant to PCI v2.1, APM v1.2, E-IDE and PnP specification. It also defines the
hotkey functions and controls the system power-saving flow.
Keyboard Hotkey Definition
The notebook supports the following hotkeys.
Table 1-29
Hotkey
Hotkey Descriptions
Icon
Function
Description
Fn-Esc
Hotkey Escape
Exits the hotkey control.
Fn-F1
Hotkey Help
Displays the hotkey list and help. Press | to exit the screen.
Brightness Control
Toggles between brightness control and contrast control.
Fn-F2
?
Press the scale hotkeys (Fn- →and Fn -←) to increase and
decrease the brightness or contrast level.
Contrast Control
Notebooks with TFT displays do not show the brightness
control icon.
Fn-F3
Display Toggle
Switches display from LCD to CRT to both LCD and CRT.
Fn-F4
Battery Gauge
Displays the battery gauge.
Fn-F5
Volume Control
Press the scale hotkeys (Fn-→ and Fn-←) to increase and
decrease the output level.
Fn-F6
Setup
Gains access to BIOS Setup’s Advanced System
Configuration parameters.
Fn-F7
Hibernation/Standby
Enters hibernation mode if the 0-volt suspend function is
installed and enabled; otherwise, the notebook enters standby
mode.
Fn-→
Scale Increase
Increases the setting of the current icon.
Fn-←
Scale Decrease
Decreases the setting of the current icon.
Fn-T
Toggle Touchpad
Turns the internal touchpad on and off.
When the available hotkey is toggled, the system will issue a beep to enter the
assigned process.
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MultiBoot
The system can boot from the FDD, External FDD, HDD, or CD-ROM. The user can select the
desired booting process to boot the system. If the CD-ROM is bootable, the BIOS will override the
other process to boot the system directly.
Power Management
This computer has a built-in power management unit that monitors system activity. System activity
refers to any activity involving one or more of the following devices: keyboard, mouse, floppy drive,
hard disk, peripherals connected to the serial and parallel ports, and video memory. If no activity is
detected for a period of time (called an inactivity time-out), the computer stops some or all of these
devices in order to conserve energy.
This computer employs an innovative power management technique called Heuristic Power
Management or HPM. HPM allows the computer to provide maximum power conservation and
maximum performance at the same time.
Power management methods used by most computers are timer-based. You set inactivity time-out
values for the display, hard disk, and other devices. The computer then "sleeps" when these timeouts elapse. The problem with this is that no two users are alike. Each of us has his or her own
habits when using the computer, which makes timer-based power management ineffective.
With HPM, your computer manages its power according to the way you use your computer. This
means the computer delivers maximum power when you need it, and saves power when you don’t
need the maximum — all without your intervention. There are no timers to set, because the HPM
system figures out everything for you.
Cover Door Close
Power Switch Off More than 3 Seconds
Power Off
Power Switch On
Display Screen Off
Check password if needed
K/B, PS/2 Mouse Pressed
System Active
Display Standby
Timer Time Out
Power Switch (Beep)
Standby Event
Normal Mode
Hibernation
Event
Standby Mode
Light Green Mode
Power Switch (Beep)
Power Switch
Cover Door Close
Standby Mode
Hibernation Mode
HDD Standby Timer Time Out
Idle of HDD
Figure 1-3
1-18
Standby Wakeup
Event
Cover Door Open
Light Green Mode
HDD Standby Mode
(HDD Motor Off)
HDD Acess
Power Management Block Diagram
Service Guide
ON MODE
Normal full-on operation
STANDBY MODE
The computer consumes very low power in standby mode.
memory until battery is drained.
Data remain intact in the system
Warning: Unstored data is lost when you turn off the computer power in standby
mode or when the battery is drained.
Table 1-30
Standby Mode Conditions and Descriptions
Condition
Description
The condition to There are two necessary conditions for the computer to enter standby mode:
enter Standby
Heuristic Power Management Mode must be set to [ENABLED].
•
Mode
In this situation, the following are ways to enter standby mode:
•
•
•
•
Pressing the sleep hot key Fn-F7
If the waiting time determined by the computer’s HPM unit elapses without any
system activity.
Closing the display cover.
With the System Sleep State is set to [HIBERNATION], the computer also enters
standby mode if the hibernation file (Sleep Manager) is invalid or not present.
“Hard Disk Drive” is [Disabled] in System Security of BIOS SETUP.
•
“Hard Disk 0” is [None] in Basic System Configuration of BIOS SETUP.
•
Note: If the computer detects a PC I/O card installed in the PC card slots, the computer
"sleeps" (light green mode) to maintain your communications connection. It will not enter
standby mode.
The condition of •
Standby Mode
•
•
•
•
•
The condition
back to On
Mode
Issue a beep.
The standby indicator flashes.
Disable the mouse, serial and the parallel port.
The keyboard controller, HDD and VGA enter the standby mode.
Stop the CPU internal clock.
All the functions are disabled except the keyboard, battery low warning and modem
ring wake up from standby (if enabled).
Any one of following activities will let system back to Normal Mode:
Any keystroke (Internal KB or External KB)
•
Any active pointing device (internal or external, PS/2 or serial or USB)
•
Resume Timer matched
•
Opening the display cover if you closed the display cover to enter Standby mode.
•
Modem ring
•
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LIGHT GREEN MODE
The notebook consumes very low power in light green mode. Data and I/O connections remain
intact in the system memory until battery is drained.
Table 1-31
Light Green Mode Conditions and Descriptions
Condition
Description
The condition to enter
Light Green Mode
•
•
PCMCIA I/O Card detected and occupy resources (Non Cardbus mode).
HPM timer times out or cover close or APM standby / suspend function calls.
The condition of Light
Green Mode
•
•
Issue a beep.
Only HDD, VGA enter standby
The condition back to
On Mode
Any one of following activities will let system back to Normal Mode:
Any keystroke (Internal KB or External KB)
•
Any active pointing device (internal or external, PS/2 or serial or USB)
•
Resume Timer matched
•
Modem ring
•
HIBERNATION MODE
In hibernation mode, all power shuts off (the computer does not consume any power). The
computer saves all system information onto the hard disk before it enters hibernation mode. Once
you turn on the power, the computer restores this information and resumes where you left off upon
leaving hibernation mode.
If the computer beeps but does not enter hibernation mode after pressing the sleep
hot key, it means the operating system will not allow the computer to enter the power
saving mode.
Do not change any devices (such as add memory or swap hard disks when the
computer is in hibernation mode.
If the computer detects a PC I/O card installed in the PC card slots, the computer
enters light green mode to maintain your communications connection. It will not
enter standby nor hibernation mode.
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Table 1-32
Hibernation Mode Conditions and Descriptions
Condition
Description
The condition to
enter Hibernation
Mode
There are two necessary conditions for the computer to enter standby mode:
•
Heuristic Power Management Mode must be set to [ENABLED].
•
The hibernation file created by Sleep Manager must be present and valid.
In this situation, the following are ways to enter hibernation mode:
•
Pressing the sleep hot key Fn-F7
•
“Hard Disk Drive” is not [Disabled] in System Security of BIOS SETUP.
•
“Hard Disk 0” is not [None] in Basic System Configuration of BIOS SETUP.
•
If the waiting time determined by the computer’s HPM unit elapses without any
system activity.
•
If a battery low condition takes place, the computer enters hibernation mode in
about three minutes. The Sleep Upon Battery-low parameter in Setup must be set
to [ENABLED].
•
Invoked by the operating system power saving modes
The condition of
Hibernation Mode
•
Except the RTC, KB controller and power switch, all the system components are
off.
The condition back
to On Mode
•
Pressing the power switch.
•
Resume Timer matched
DISPLAY STANDBY MODE
Screen activity is determined by the keyboard, the built-in touchpad, and an external PS/2 pointing
device. If these devices are idle for the period determined by the computer’s HPM unit, the display
shuts off until you press a key or move the touchpad or external mouse.
Table 1-33
Display Standby Mode Conditions and Descriptions
Condition
Description
The condition to enter
Display Standby Mode
•
Pointing device is idle until Display Standby Timer times-out or LCD cover is
closed.
The condition of
Display Standby Mode
•
All the system components are on except LCD backlight and CRT
horizontal frequency output (if CRT is connected)
The condition back to
On Mode
•
Any keystroke (Internal KB or External KB)
•
Pointing device activity
The VGA BIOS should support DPMS (Desktop Power Management System) for the
standby and hibernation mode function call. When the Display Standby Timer
expires, the system BIOS will execute the DPMS service routines.
HARD DISK STANDBY MODE
The hard disk enters standby mode when there are no disk read/write operations within the period of
time determined by the computer’s HPM unit. In this state, the power supplied to the hard disk is
reduced to a minimum. The hard disk returns to normal once the computer accesses it.
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Table 1-34
Hard Disk Standby Mode Conditions and Descriptions
Condition
Description
The condition to enter HDD Standby
Mode
Display Standby HPM timer times-out or LCD cover is
closed.
The condition of HDD Standby Mode
All the system components are on except HDD spindle motor
The condition back to On Mode
Any access to HDD
BATTERY LOW
When the battery capacity is low and no adapter is plugged in, the system will generate the following
battery low warning:
•
Flash power LED with 1 Hz.
•
Issue 4 short beeps per minute (if enabled in setup).
•
If the AC adapter does not plug in within 3 minutes and the “Standby/Hibernation upon Batterylow” in BIOS SETUP is enabled, the system will enter Standby/0-Volt Hibernation Mode. The
battery low warning will stop as soon as the AC adapter is plugged into the system.
THE AUTODIM PROCESS OF THE LCD BRIGHTNESS
The notebook has a unique “automatic dim” power saving feature. When the notebook is using
AC power and you disconnect the AC adapter from the notebook, the system “decides” whether or
not to automatically dim the LCD backlight to save power.
If the LCD backlight is too bright, the system automatically adjusts it to a manageable level;
otherwise, the level stays the same. If you want a brighter picture, you can then adjust the
brightness and contrast level using hotkeys (Fn-F2).
If you reconnect AC power to the system, the system automatically adjusts the LCD backlight to its
original level — the brightness and contrast level before disconnecting the AC adapter. If you
adjusted the brightness and contrast level after disconnecting AC power, the level stays the same
after you reconnect the AC adapter.
There are two reasons for the notebook to have the LCD AutoDim feature. The first is to save the
power during the notebook is operating under the DC mode. The second is to save the “favorite”
brightness parameter set by the user.
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Service Guide
The following processes are the basic methods used to implement the LCD brightness AutoDim.
1.
If the original brightness is over 75% and the AC power is on-line, the BIOS will change the
brightness to 75% after the AC power is off-line.
2.
If the original brightness is below 75%, the brightness maintains the same level even if the AC
power is off-line.
3.
If the brightness is already changed by the hotkey under DC power, it will not be changed after
the AC power is plugged in.
4.
If the brightness is not changed by the hotkey under DC power, the brightness will be changed
back to the old setting — the previous brightness parameter under AC power.
5.
If the previous brightness parameter does not exist, the brightness will not be changed in
process 4.
1.4.2
Drivers, Applications and Utilities
The notebook comes preloaded with the following software:
•
Windows 95
•
System utilities and application software
1
2
• Sleep Manager utility
• Display drivers
• Audio drivers
• PC Card slot drivers and applications
• Other third-party application software
Table 1-35
Location of Drivers in the System Utility CD
Device Category
Function
Location
Sound, video and game controllers
Audio
ENGLISH\WIN95\AUDIO\
Mouse
Mouse
ENGLISH\WIN95\MOUSE\
Display adapters
Video
ENGLISH\WIN95\VGA\
PCMCIA
Zoomed Video Port
English\Win95\PCMCIA\
1
In some areas, a different operating system may be pre-loaded instead of Windows 95.
2
The system utilities and application software list may vary.
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1-23
To re-install applications under Windows 95, click on Start, then Run…. Based on the location of
the application, run the setup program to install the application. The following table lists the
applications and their locations:
Table 1-36
Location of Applications in the System Utility CD
Name
Function
Location
Sleep Manager
0V Suspend utility
ENGLISH\WIN95\SLEEPMGR\
Y-Station
Audio application
ENGLISH\WIN95\Ystation
SafeOFF
Protect if user accidentally press the power switch
ENGLISH\WIN95\SAFEOFF
Drivers for Windows 3.x and Windows NT are also found in the System Utility CD if you should need
them.
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Service Guide
1.5
Block Diagrams
1.5.1
System
CPU P55C/
Tillamook
CPU Bus
DRAM on board
ALI
M1531
DIMM Socket
PCI Bus
PCMCIA
O2Micro
OZ6833
USB
Conn.
ALI
M1533
CD-ROM
& HDD
Conn.
VGA
NeoMagic
NM2097
ISA Bus
AUDIO
YMF715
OpAmp
TPA0102.
Figure 1-4
Super I/O
NS97338
Serial
Port
Parallel
Port
KBC
M38813
BIOS
ROM
Internal
FDD Conn.
Battery
Conn.
Charger
Conn.
System Block Diagram
System Introduction
1-25
1.5.2
Clock
M1533
DIMM
SMB BUS
CLK GEN
CY2272
CPU CLK
PCI CLK
CPU
1531
CACHE
1533
M1531
NM2097
O2M 6833
14.318M
48MHZ
1533
USB
DIMM
SDRAM CLK
NM2097
YMF715
MODEM
ID CLK 24MHz
NS 97338
8 MHz
Figure 1-5
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38813
Clock Block Diagram
Service Guide
1.6
Environmental Requirements
Table 1- 37
Environmental Requirements
Item
Specification
Temperature
Operating (
)
Non-operating(
+5~ +35
)
-20 ~ +60
Humidity
Operating (non-condensing)
20% ~ 85%
Non-operating (non-condensing)
20% ~ 90%
Operating Vibration (unpacked)
Operating
5 - 25.6Hz, 0.38mm; 25.6 - 250Hz, 0.5G
Sweep rate
0.5 octave / minute
Number of test cycles
2 / axis (X,Y,Z)
Non-operating Vibration (unpacked)
Non-operating
5 - 27.1Hz, 0.6G; 27.1 - 50Hz, 0.41mm; 50-500Hz, 2G
Sweep rate
0.5 octave / minute
Number of text cycles
4 / axis (X,Y,Z)
Non-operating Vibration (packed)
Non-operating
5 - 62.6Hz, 0.51mm; 62.6-500Hz, 4G
Sweep rate
0.5 octave / minute
Number of text cycles
4 / axis (X,Y,Z)
Shock
Non-operating (unpacked)
40G peak, 11±2ms, half-sine
Non-operating (packed)
50G peak, 11±2ms, half-sine
Altitude
Operating
10,000 feet (5°C ~ 40°C)
Non-operating
40,000 feet (-20°C ~ 60°C)
ESD
Air discharge
8kV (no error)
12.5kV (no restart error)
15kV (no damage)
Contact discharge
4kV (no error)
6kV (no restart error)
8kV (no damage)
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1.7
Mechanical Specifications
Table 1-38
Mechanical Specifications
Item
Specification
Weight
FDD model
CD-ROM model
(includes battery)
2.77 kg. (6.11 lb.)
2.89 kg. (6.37 lb.)
Dimensions
(main footprint)
WxDxH
310mm x 245mm x 46mm (12.2” x 9.65” x 1.81”)
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&KDSWHU
BIOS Setup
The Setup Utility is a hardware configuration program built into your computer’s BIOS (Basic
Input/Ouput System).
Your computer is already properly configured and optimized, and you do not need to run this utility.
However, if you encounter configuration problems, you may need to run Setup. Please also refer to
Chapter 6, Troubleshooting when a problem arises.
To activate the Setup Utility, press F2 after you hear a beep while the Extensa logo is being
displayed.
When Silent Boot (described later in this chapter) is disabled, a message displays telling you when
you can press F2 to run the Setup Utility.
BIOS V3.0
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------016384 KB Memory Good
Enter Setup, Press F2 Key
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ACR58000-M12-970324-R01-A0-EN
Copyright  Acer Incorporated 1990-1997. All Rights Reserved
BIOS Setup
2-1
Pressing F2 brings up the main screen of the Setup Utility.
SETUP Utility
Basic System Settings
Startup Configuration
Onboard Devices Configuration
System Security
Power Management
Load Default Settings
↑↓→←=Move Highlight Bar, ↵=Select, Esc=Exit
Press the cursor keys (↑↓→←) to move the highlight bar, then press Enter to make a menu
selection.
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2.1
Basic System Settings
The Basic System Settings screen contains parameter items involving basic computer settings.
Basic System Settings
Date ------------------------------------ [Thu Jun. 11, 1998]
Time ----------------------------------- [10:00:00]
Floppy Disk A ---------------------- [1.44 MB 3.5-inch]
Floppy Disk B ---------------------- [
None
]
Cylinders Heads Sectors Size(MB)
Hard Disk ---------------------------- [Auto]
xxxx
xx
xx xxxx
↑↓=Move Highlight Bar, →←=Change Setting, Esc=Exit
Press ↑ and ↓ to move the highlight bar; press → and ← to change the setting of the highlighted
parameter. To exit this screen and return to the main screen, press Esc.
The following table describes the parameters in this screen. Settings in boldface are the default
and suggested parameter settings.
Table 2-1
Parameter
Basic System Settings Parameters
Description
Setting or Format
Date
Sets the computer’s system date
Day of the Week-Month-DayYear
Time
Sets the computer’s system time
Hour:Min:Sec
Floppy Disk
A
Selects the floppy disk drive type.
1.44 MB 3.5-inch
None
Floppy Disk
B
Selects the floppy disk drive type.
None
1.44 MB 3.5-inch
Hard Disk
Selects the hard disk drive type.
In most cases, you only have need for one
floppy disk drive (A), so this is normally set to
None.
When set to User, you need to specify the
Cylinder, Head and Sector information. For
hassle-free and correct drive detection, this
should be set to Auto.
BIOS Setup
Auto
User
None
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2.2
Startup Configuration
The Startup Configuration screen contains parameter items that are set up when the computer
starts up.
Startup Configuration
Boot Display --------------------------Memory Test --------------------------Silent Boot ----------------------------System Boot Drive ------------------Boot from CD-ROM -----------------CardBus Support -------------------USB Function Support -------------
[Auto]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Drive A Then C]
[Enabled]
[Enabled ]
[Disabled]
↑↓=Move Highlight Bar, →←=Change Setting, Esc=Exit
Press ↑ and ↓ to move the highlight bar; press → and ← to change the setting of the highlighted
parameter. To exit this screen and return to the main screen, press Esc.
The following table describes the parameters in this screen. Settings in boldface are the default
and suggested parameter settings.
Table 2-2
Parameter
Boot Display
Startup Configuration Parameters
Description
Sets the display device (computer LCD and/or
external monitor) to use when the computer
starts (boots) up.
Setting or Format
Auto
Both
When set to Auto, the computer outputs to the
external monitor if one is connected; otherwise,
the computer outputs to the LCD.
Memory
Test
Runs or skips the memory test.
Enabled
Disabled
Silent Boot
Hides or displays the POST (Power-on SelfTest) screen messages.
Enabled
Disabled
System Boot
Drive
Sets the startup (boot) sequence of the drives in
your computer.
Drive A Then C
Drive C Then A
Drive C
Drive A
For example, when set to Drive A Then C, the
computer searches for a system (bootable)
diskette in drive A first before proceeding with
drive C.
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Table 2-2
Parameter
Boot from
CD-ROM
Startup Configuration Parameters
Description
Tells the computer to search for a bootable disc
in the CD-ROM drive and boot from that disc.
Setting or Format
Disabled
Enabled
If the computer cannot find a bootable disc, it
proceeds according to the System Boot Drive
parameter setting.
CardBus
Support
Enables or disables CardBus support.
USB
Function
Support
Selects support for USB (Universal Serial Bus).
Enable this parameter if you are connecting
USB device(s) to the computer.
BIOS Setup
For more information concerning CardBus, see
section 3.7.
Enabled
Disabled
Disabled
Enabled
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2.3
Onboard Devices Configuration
The Onboard Devices Configuration screen contains parameter items that are related to port
devices on your computer.
Onboard Devices Configuration
Serial Port ---------------------------Base Address --------------------IRQ ----------------------------------Parallel Port ------------------------Base Address --------------------IRQ ----------------------------------Operation Mode -----------------ECP DMA Channel ---------------
[Enabled]
[3F8h]
[4]
[Enabled]
[378h]
[7]
[Bi-directional]
[-]
↑↓=Move Highlight Bar, →←=Change Setting, Esc=Exit
Press ↑ and ↓ to move the highlight bar; press → and ← to change the setting of the highlighted
parameter. To exit this screen and return to the main screen, press Esc.
The following table describes the parameters in this screen. Settings in boldface are the default
and suggested parameter settings.
Table 2-3
Parameter
Onboard Devices Configuration Parameters
Description
Setting or Format
Serial Port
Enables or disables the serial port
Enabled
Disabled
Base
Address
Sets the I/O base address of the serial port
3F8h
2F8h
3E8h
2E8h
Sets the IRQ (interrupt request) channel of the
serial port
4
11
Parallel Port
Enables or disables the parallel port
Enabled
Disabled
Base
Address
Sets the I/O base address of the parallel port
378h
278h
3BCh
IRQ
Sets the interrupt request (IRQ) channel of the
parallel port
7
5
Operation
Mode
Selects the operation mode of the parallel port.
Bi-directional
ECP
Standard
IRQ
2-6
ECP (Extended Capabilities Port) supports a 16byte FIFO (first in, first out) which can be
accessed by host DMA cycles and PIO cycles,
boosting I/O bandwidth to meet the demands of
high-performance peripherals.
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Table 2-3
Parameter
ECP DMA
Channel
BIOS Setup
Onboard Devices Configuration Parameters
Description
Sets the DMA channel of the parallel port when
the parallel operation mode is set to ECP.
Setting or Format
1
3
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2.4
System Security
The System Security screen contains parameter items that help safeguard and protect your
computer from unauthorized use.
System Security
Disk
Diskette Drive --------------------Hard Disk Drive ------------------
Drive
Setup Password -------------------POST Password --------------------
Control
[Normal]
[Normal]
[
[
None
None
]
]
↑↓=Move Highlight Bar, →←=Change Setting, Esc=Exit
Press ↑ and ↓ to move the highlight bar; press → and ← to change the setting of the highlighted
parameter. To exit this screen and return to the main screen, press Esc.
The following table describes the parameters in this screen. Settings in boldface are the default
and suggested parameter settings.
Table 2-4
Parameter
1
System Security Parameters
Description
Setting or Format
Diskette
Drive
(Control)
Sets the control level of the diskette drive.
Normal
Disabled
Write Protect All Sectors
Write Protect Boot Sector
Hard Disk
Drive
(Control)
Sets the control level of the diskette drive.
Normal
Disabled
Write Protect All Sectors
Write Protect Boot Sector
Setup
1
Password
Sets (and enables) the setup password.
None
Enabled
When set, this password protects this Setup
Utility from unauthorized entry. Before the
computer allows access to the Setup Utility, you
need to enter the setup password.
To set passwords, see section 1.9.2.
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Table 2-4
Parameter
Power On
1
Password
BIOS Setup
System Security Parameters
Description
Sets (and enables) the power- on password.
When set, this password protects the computer
from unauthorized entry. At startup, you need to
enter the power on password to continue
computer operation.
Setting or Format
None
Enabled
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2.5
Power Management Settings
The Power Management Settings screen contains parameter items related to power-saving and
power management.
Power Management Settings
Heuristic Power Management Mode -------Display Always On ---------------------------------
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
Hotkey Beep -----------------------------------------
[Enabled]
Modem Ring Resume On Indicator ---------Battery-low Warning Beep ---------------------Sleep Upon Battery-low -------------------------
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
↑↓=Move Highlight Bar, →←=Change Setting, Esc=Exit
Press ↑ and ↓ to move the highlight bar; press → and ← to change the setting of the highlighted
parameter. To exit this screen and return to the main screen, press Esc.
The following table describes the parameters in this screen. Settings in boldface are the default
and suggested parameter settings.
Table 2-5
Parameter
Power Management Settings
Description
Heuristic
Power
Managemen
t Mode
Enables or disables heuristic power
management mode.
Display
Always On
When enabled the computer does not enter
display standby mode.
Setting or Format
Enabled
Disabled
For more information on power management
modes, see section 2.2.1.
Disabled
Enabled
Note: Always enable this parameter when
playing VCDs (Video Compact Disc). If not, the
system will enter standby mode after 30 minutes
and the screen will go blank.
Hotkey Beep
When enabled the computer gives out a “beep”
sound every time you use a hotkey.
Enabled
Disabled
For more information on Hotkeys, see section
1.4.1.
Modem Ring
Resume On
Indicator
2-10
When enabled, and an incoming modem ring is
detected, the computer wakes up from standby
mode. When the computer is off or in
hibernation mode, the computer will not resume
on a modem ring.
Enabled
Disabled
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Table 2-5
Parameter
Power Management Settings
Description
Setting or Format
Battery-low
Warning
Beep
Enables or disables warning beeps during a
battery-low condition.
Enabled
Disabled
Sleep Upon
Battery-low
Enables or disables the sleep function
(hibernation or standby) during a battery-low
condition.
Enabled
Disabled
When the computer is running very low on
battery power, the computer will disregard the
system sleep state setting and enter hibernation
mode if Sleep Manager is installed and the
hibernation file is valid (see section 5.1).
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2.6
Load Default Settings
When you select the Load Default Settings item from the main screen, a dialog box appears asking
you to confirm that you want to reset all settings to their factory defaults.
Load Setup Default Settings
Are you sure?
[Yes]
[No]
Choose Yes to confirm or No to close the dialog box and return to the main screen.
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Disassembly and Unit Replacement
This chapter contains step-by-step procedures on how to disassemble the notebook computer for
maintenance and troubleshooting.
To disassemble the computer, you need the following tools:
•
Wrist grounding strap and conductive mat for preventing electrostatic discharge
•
Flat-bladed screwdriver
•
Phillips screwdriver
•
Hexagonal screwdriver
•
Tweezers
•
Plastic stick
The screws for the different components vary in size. During the disassembly
process, group the screws with the corresponding components to avoid
mismatch when putting back the components.
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3.1
General Information
3.1.1
Before You Begin
Before proceeding with the disassembly procedure, make sure that you do the following:
1.
Turn off the power to the system and all peripherals.
2.
Unplug the AC adapter and all power and signal cables from the system.
3.
Press the battery compartment cover release button
4.
Pull out the battery pack using the pull loop at the end.
Figure 3-1
and slide out the cover.
Removing the Battery Pack
Removing all power sources from the system prevents accidental short circuit
during the disassembly process.
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3.1.2
Connector Types
There are two kinds of connectors on the main board:
•
Connectors with no locks
Unplug the cable by simply pulling out the cable from the connector.
•
Connectors with locks
You can use a plastic stick to lock and unlock connectors with locks.
The cables used here are special FPC (flexible printed-circuit) cables, which are
more delicate than normal plastic-enclosed cables. Therefore, to prevent
damage, make sure that you unlock the connectors before pulling out the cables.
Do not force cables out of the connectors.
CONNECTORS WITH LOCKS
•
Unplugging the Cable
To unplug the cable, first unlock the connector by pulling up the two clasps on both sides of the
connector with a plastic stick. Then carefully pull out the cable from the connector.
•
Plugging the Cable
To plug the cable back, first make sure that the connector is unlocked, then plug the cable into
the connector. With a plastic stick, press the two clasps on both sides of the connector to
secure the cables in place.
Unplugging
the Cable
Plugging
the Cable
Unplugging
the Cable
Plugging
the Cable
Figure 3-2
Using Connectors With Locks
Connectors mentioned in the following procedures are assumed to be no-lock
connectors unless specified otherwise.
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3.1.3
Disassembly Sequence
The disassembly procedure described in this manual is divided into four major sections:
•
Section 4.2:
Installing memory
•
Section 4.3:
Removing the modem board
•
Section 4.4:
Removing the hard disk drive
•
Section 4.5:
Removing the keyboard
•
Section 4.6:
Disassembling the inside frame assembly
•
Section 4.7:
Disassembling the display
The following table lists the components that need to be removed during servicing. For example, if
you want to remove the motherboard, you must first remove the keyboard, then disassemble the
inside assembly frame in that order.
Table 3-1
Guide to Disassembly Sequence
Service Item
Prerequisite
Remove or replace the hard disk drive
Remove or replace the internal module
Remove the keyboard (and heat sink assembly).
Remove the motherboard for service or replacement
1.
2.
Remove the keyboard.
Disassemble the housing.
Remove the touchpad
1.
2.
Remove the keyboard.
Disassemble the housing.
Replace the LCD
Remove the display.
Install CPU
Remove the keyboard (and heat sink assembly).
Install additional memory
The flowchart on the succeeding page gives a clearer and more graphic representation on the entire
disassembly sequence. Please refer to it from time to time, together with the screw list below.
SCREW LIST
•
A screw
M2x4L Black
(p/n: 86.1A322.4R0)
•
B screw
M2x6L NI
(p/n: 86.1A522.6R0)
•
C screw
M2x20L NI
(p/n: 86.1A522.200)
•
D screw
M2.5x8L NYLOK B-ZN
(p/n: 86.1A353.8R0)
•
E screw
M2.5x6L NYLOK NI
(p/n:86.1A553.6R0)
•
F screw
M3x6L BIND NI
(p/n:86.4A524.6R0)
•
G screw
M2.5x4L BLACK.NY
(p/n: 86.1A553.4R0)
•
H screw
M2x14L NI
(p/n: 86.1A522.140)
•
I screw
M2x4L NI
(p/n: 86.1A522.4R0)
•
J screw cap
M2*L5 NI
(p/n: 86.7A522.5R0)
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Remove
HDD Cover
Open
Dimm Door
Open
Battery Door
Modem
Module
DIMM
Battery
Remove
Display Hinge
Unplug K/B
conector
HDD
Remove
K/B
Remove
LED Cover
Bx1
Cx4
Remove
LED Cover
Bx2
(for TFT LCD only)
Unplug
LCD Cable
/Inverter Cable
Remove
Heat Sink
Display
Module
Dx8
Gx2
Unplug
Cables
CPU
EMI Bracket
Unplug Cables
(FDD/CD-ROM)
Lower
Case
Ix2
CPU
Board
Upper
Case
DC-DC
Covert Bd
Keyboard
Board
Ix2
Jx2, Gx2
Touch
Audio
Board
Pad
Speaker
Dx4
Ex4
Display
Bazel
Remove
FDD/CD-ROM
Fx3
Inverter
Board
LCD
Pannel
M/B
Bx2
Hx2
PCMCIA
Socket
Figure 3-3
Charger
Board
Disassembly Sequence Flowchart
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3.2
Installing Memory
Follow these steps to insert memory modules:
1.
Turn off the computer. Then turn the computer over to access its base.
2.
Remove three screws from the memory door; then lift up and remove the memory door.
Figure 3-4
Removing the Memory Door
3.
Remove the memory modules from its shipping container.
4.
Align the connector edge of the memory module with the key in the connector. Insert the edge
of the memory module board into the connector. Use a rocking motion to fully insert the
module. Push downward on each side of the memory module until it snaps in place.
To remove the memory module, release the slot locks found on both ends of the memory slot
to release the DIMM. Then pull out the memory module.
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Figure 3-5
5.
Installing and Removing Memory
Replace the memory door and secure it with the screws.
Sleep Manager must be run after installing additional memory for the
computer to hibernate properly.
If Sleep Manager is active, it will
automatically adjust the hibernation file on your notebook.
If you are using an operating system other than Windows 95 or DOS, you may
need to re-partition your hard disk drive to allow for the additional memory.
Check with your system administrator.
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3.3
Removing the Modem Board
When you open the memory door, you can also access and replace the modem board. See figure
below.
Figure 3-6
3-8
Removing the Modem Board
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3.4
Removing the Hard Disk Drive
Follow these steps to remove the hard disk drive:
1.
Turn the computer over and locate the hard disk drive bay cover.
2.
Press the hard disk drive bay cover release and slide the cover out to remove it. Set aside the
cover.
3.
Pull the hard disk drive tab to remove the hard disk drive from the hard disk drive bay.
Figure 3-7
4.
Removing the Hard Disk Drive
Store the hard disk drive in an antistatic bag.
If you want to install a new hard disk drive, reverse the steps described above.
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3.5
Removing the Keyboard
Follow these steps to remove the keyboard:
1.
Slide out the two display hinge covers on both sides of the notebook.
Figure 3-8
2.
Using a pointed instrument, unlock the keyboard locks.
keyboard to expose the keyboard connectors.
Figure 3-9
3-10
Removing the Display Hinge Covers
Then pull out and flip down the
Removing the Keyboard
Service Guide
3.
Unplug the keyboard connectors (CN3 and CN5) from the keyboard/touchpad board. Set aside
the keyboard.
Figure 3-10
Unplugging the Keyboard Connectors
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3.6
Disassembling the Inside Frame Assembly
This section discusses how to disassemble the housing, and during its course, includes removing
and replacing of certain major components like the internal drive (CD-ROM or floppy), CPU and the
main board. Follow these steps:
3.6.1
Removing the Heat Sink Assembly
Follow these steps to remove the heat sink assembly:
1.
Pull up and remove the LED cover.
Figure 3-11
2.
Remove the five screws that secure the heat sink assembly to the housing.
Figure 3-12
3-12
Removing the LED Cover
Removing the Heat Sink Assembly
Service Guide
3.6.2
Removing the Display
Follow these steps to remove the display:
1.
Remove two screws on the bottom and two screws on the rear of the unit.
Figure 3-13
Unplugging the Display Cable
2. Open the display then pull up the display cable (CN6) and unplug the inverter cable (CN12).
For DSTN type LCD display:
For TFT type LCD display:
Unscrew the display cable
first before pulling out.
Figure 3-14
Removing the Display Hinge Screws
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3.
Detach the display from the main unit and set aside.
Figure 3-15
3.6.3
Removing the Display Hinge Screws
Removing the Internal Drive
Follow these steps to remove the internal drive:
1.
Pull up the FDD/CD module latches.
2.
Unplug the two internal drive cables (CN16 for FDD; CN13 and CN16 for CD-ROM).
3.
Pull out the internal drive and set it aside.
Ensure the drive cables do not become hooked on the inside frame assembly
when removing and reinstalling the drive.
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Figure 3-16
3.6.4
Removing the Internal Drive
Replacing the CPU
Gently pull out the CPU heat sink and the CPU board (CN17) from the mainboard.
Figure 3-17
Replacing the CPU
Reverse the steps above to insert a replacement CPU.
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3.6.5
Detaching the Top Cover
Follow these steps to detach the top cover from the bottom cover:
1.
Unplug the touchpad cable (CN6) from the keyboard/touchpad board and speaker cables (CN9
and CN10).
Figure 3-18
2.
Remove the screws found on the lower case (ten total screws, two screws shorter than the rest
found on the front corners of the computer).
Figure 3-19
3-16
Removing Cables
Removing Cables
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3.
Detach the top cover from the bottom cover.
Figure 3-20
3.6.6
Detaching the Top Cover
Removing the Mainboard
Follow these steps to remove the mainboard:
1.
Remove the keyboard/touchpad board (CN14). Remove two screws and remove the plate that
covers the DC-DC converter board.
Figure 3-21
Removing the Keyboard/Touchpad Board and DC-DC Converter Board Cover
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2.
Gently remove the DC-DC converter board (CN7).
Figure 3-22
Removing the DC-DC Converter Board
3. Remove six (6) screws that secure the motherboard to the base assembly. Then pull up to
remove the mainboard.
Figure 3-23
3-18
Removing the Mainboard
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3.6.7
Disassembling the Mainboard
Follow these steps to disassemble the mainboard:
REMOVING THE CHARGER BOARD
Unplug the charger board (containing the power switch, DC-in jack and PS/2 port).
Figure 3-24
Removing the Charger Board
REMOVING THE PCMCIA SOCKETS
The PC Card Connector Module is normally part of the motherboard spare part. The following
removal procedure is for reference only. Remove the four (4) screws and then detached the cable
connected to the mainbaord (CN11) as shown below.
Figure 3-25
Removing the PCMCIA Sockets
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3.6.8
Disassembling the Top Cover
The touchpad, speakers, audio board are connected to the top cover. The sections below describe
the removal process of these components.
REMOVING THE HARD DISK DRIVE HEAT SINK
Pull up to remove the hard disk drive heat sink from the top cover.
Figure 3-26
Removing the Hard Disk Drive Heat Sink
REMOVING THE TOUCHPAD
1.
Remove four screws and lift up the metal plate and touchpad buttons.
2.
Unplug the touchpad cable (JP1) and remove the touchpad main sensor and connector unit.
REMOVING THE SPEAKERS
1.
Unlock the speaker by pushing outward on its locks.
2.
The flip up the wire that holds the speaker in place and remove the speaker.
Figure 3-27
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Removing the Touchpad and Speakers
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3.7
Disassembling the Display
Follow these steps to disassemble the display:
1.
Remove the two oval LCD bumpers at the top of the display; use a pointed instrument to
remove the two mylar stickers on the bottom of the display.
Figure 3-28
2.
Removing the LCD Bumpers
Remove four screws on the display bezel.
Figure 3-29
Removing the Display Bezel Screws
STN and TFT LCDs use the same bezel but different panels.
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3.
Pull out and remove the display bezel by first pulling on the inside of the bezel sides and lower
bezel area. Then pull up the top bezel area.
Figure 3-30
4.
Unplug two connectors and remove the inverter board.
Figure 3-31
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Removing the Display Bezel
Removing the Inverter Board
Service Guide
5.
Remove three screws on the four sides of the display panel (one screw holds and grounds the
LCD cable). Then tilt the LCD Panel away for the display cover.
Figure 3-32
Removing the LCD Panel
6. Detached the Display cable from the LCD Panel.
Figure 3-33
Removing the display cable from LCD Panel
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Model Number Definition
This appendix shows the model number definition of the notebook.
36 X X
LCD:
D: 12.1” DSTN
T: 12.1” TFT
CPU, Memory, HDD, FDD/CD-ROM, Battery:
5:
6:
7:
8:
9:
P55C-166, 16MB, 2.1G, Internal FDD, NiMH Battery
P55C-166, 16MB, 2.1G, External FDD, 20x CD-ROM, NiMH Battery
Tillamook-200, 32MB, 2.1G, External FDD, 20x CD-ROM, NiMH Battery
Tillamook-200, 32MB, 2.1G, Internal FDD, NiMH Battery
Tillamook-233, 32MB, 3.2G, External FDD, 20x CD-ROM, NiMH Battery
Model Number Definition
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Compatibility Test Report Excerpt
This paragraph will usually be inserted into the Service Guide in the following weeks. Please check
the http://ipg.intranet.acer.com.tw (Customer Services on the website) to find out when this
information is available.
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BIOS POST Checkpoints
This appendix lists the POST checkpoints of the notebook BIOS.
Table C-1
POST Checkpoint List
Checkpoint
Description
04h
•
Dispatch Shutdown Path
Note: At the beginning of POST, port 64 bit 2 (8042 system flag) is read to determine
whether this POST is caused by a cold or warm boot. If it is a cold boot, a
complete POST is performed. If it is a warm boot, the chip initialization and
memory test is eliminated from the POST routine.
08h
•
Reset PIE, AIE, UIE
Note: These interrupts are disabled in order to avoid any incorrect actions from
happening during the POST routine.
09h
•
Initialize m1531
0Ah
•
Initialize m1533
•
Initialize m7101
10h
•
DMA(8237) testing & initialization
14h
•
System Timer(8254) testing & initialization
18h
•
DRAM refresh cycle testing
•
Set default SS:SP= 0:400
1Ch
•
CMOS shutdown byte test, battery, and check sum
Note: Several parts of the POST routine require the system to be in protected mode.
When returning to real mode from protected mode, the processor is reset,
therefore POST is re-entered. In order to prevent re-initialization of the system,
POST reads the shutdown code stored in location 0Fh in CMOS RAM. Then it
jumps around the initialization procedure to the appropriate entry point.
The CMOS shutdown byte verification assures that CMOS 0Fh area is fine to
execute POST properly.
•
•
Initialize default CMOS setting if CMOS bad
Initialize RTC time base
Note: The RTC has an embedded oscillator that generates a 32.768 KHz frequency. To
initialize the RTC time base, turn on this oscillator and set a divisor to 32768 so
that the RTC can count time correctly
1Dh, 1Eh
•
DRAM type determination
2Ch
•
128K base memory testing
•
20h
Set default SS:SP= 0:400
Note: The 128K base memory area is tested for POST execution.
memory area is tested later.
•
KB controller(8041/8042) testing
•
KB type determination
•
Write default command byte upon KB type
BIOS POST Checkpoints
The remaining
C-1
Table C-1
POST Checkpoint List
Checkpoint
Description
24h
•
PIC(8259) testing & initialization
30h
•
System Shadow RAM
34h
•
DRAM sizing
3Ch
•
Initialize interrupt vectors
4Bh
•
Identify CPU brand and type
35h
•
PCI pass 0
40h
•
Assign I/O if device request
41h
•
Assign Memory if device requested
44h
•
Assign IRQ if device request
45h
•
Enable command byte if device is OK
50h
•
Initialize Video display
52h
•
Download keyboard matrix
4Ch
•
ChipUp initialization for CPU clock checking
54h
•
Process VGA shadow region
58h
•
Set POST screen mode(Graphic or Text)
•
Display Acer(or OEM) logo if necessary
•
Display Acer copyright message if necessary
•
Display BIOS serial number
59h
•
Hook int vector 1ch for POST quiet boot
5Ch
•
Memory testing
5Ah
•
SMRAM test and SMI handler initialization
4Eh
•
Audio initialization
60h
•
External Cache sizing
•
External Cache testing(SRAM & Controller)
•
Enable internal cache if necessary
•
Enable external cache if necessary
•
Reset KB device
64h
•
Check KB status
Note: The keyboard LEDs should flash once.
•
Reset pointing device
•
Check pointing device
70h
•
Parallel port testing
74h
•
Serial port testing
78h
•
Math Coprocessor testing
80h
•
Set security status
84h
•
KB device initialization
•
Enable KB device
7Ch
C-2
Service Guide
Table C-1
POST Checkpoint List
Checkpoint
Description
6Ch
•
88h
•
89h
•
90h
•
Display POST status if necessary
93h
•
Rehook int1c for quiet boot
94h
•
Initialize I/O ROM
A4h
•
Initialize security feature
A8h
•
Setup SMI parameters
A0h
•
Initialize Timer counter for DOS use
ACh
•
Enable NMI
•
Enable parity checking
•
Set video mode
•
Power-on password checking
•
Display configuration table
•
Clear memory buffer used for POST
•
Select boot device
B0h
FDD testing & parameter table setup
Note: The FDD LED should flash once and its head should be positioned
HDD testing & parameter table setup
Get CPU MUX
Note: This routine is to identify the user-set CPU frequency, not CPU-required frequency
BIOS POST Checkpoints
C-3
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Silk Screen
1.1 CPU Board Layout
For the mainboard layout, please refer to the next page. The following table is a reference when
1
mounting the CPU.
CPU Mounting Reference Table
Volt.
CPU
Volt
Ext Freq
Ratio
Freq
R4
R6
R8
R11 R20 R22 R24 R26 RX14 RY1 RX6
RX9
RX11 RX12 UX2 UX3
P55C-133MHz 2.5V
133=66x2
V
X
V
X
V
X
X
V
V
X
V
X
X
X
X
X
P55C-150MHz 2.5V
150=60x2.5
V
X
V
V
X
X
V
V
V
X
V
X
X
X
X
X
P55C-166MHz 2.5V
166=66x2.5
V
X
V
X
X
X
V
V
V
X
V
X
X
X
X
X
TLMK-200MHz 1.8V
200=66x3
X
X
V
X
X
V
V
X
V
X
X
V
V
V
V
V
TLMK-233MHz 1.8V
233=66x3.5
X
X
V
X
V
V
X
X
V
X
X
V
V
V
V
V
TLMK-266MHz 2.0V
266=66x4
X
V
V
X
X
X
V
V
X
V
X
V
V
V
V
V
PCB No. 96532-SA CPU Board Layout (Top)
1
V: mount on; X: not mount on
Silk Screen
D-1
PCB No. 96532-SA CPU Board Layout (Bottom)
Silk Screen
D-2
1.2 Keyboard/Touchpad Board
PCB No. 97349-1 Keyboard/Touchpad Board (Top View)
PCB No. 97349-1 Keyboard/Touchpad Board (Bottom View)
Silk Screen
D-3
Mainboard Layout
Bottom)
Acer 365/366D/366T Spare Parts List
(P/N 91.40B01.XXX)
Picture
LEVEL
Description
Acer Part No
ADAPTER
1
ADT 100-240V 25.10068.001
PA-1480-19AC
355
BATTERY PACK
1
ASSY BTY
PACK BTP1631 AN365
60.40B10.001
CD-ROM
1
365 CD-ROM
6M.40B08.001
COMMENT/LOCATION
2
C.A 70P FPC
60MM CDROM 390
2
ASSY CD-ROM 60.43A16.002
HOLDER 390
50.43A06.002
CHARGER
1
CHARGER
T62.096.C.00
365
19.21030.241
CONVERTER
1
CONVER
DC/DC
T62.095.C.00
365
19.21030.231
DC-DC COVER
1
ASSY DC-DC
BRACKET
AN365
60.40B04.001
MIDEL COVER
1
ASSY MIDLE
COVER 050
390
HDD COVER
60.43A08.001
(S02,S05) ( 366D,366T) (Int.)
(S02,S05) (366D,366T)
1
ASSY HDD
COVER
60.43A17.002
DIMM COVER
1
ASSY DIMM
60.43A20.002
COVER AN390
BATTERY COVER
1
ASSY
BATTERY
COVER
60.43A21.003
CPU BOARD
1
365 CPU
55.40B02.031
BOARD P55C166
DIMM
1
DIMM EDO
32MB 3.3V
60NS 4K
55.46804.021
FDD
1
365 FDD
6M.40B03.001
MODULE (Int.)
1
365 FDD
6M.40B07.001
MODULE (Ext).
2
C.A 25/26P
320MM FDD
C440329-1
2
C.A 30P FPC 50.43A05.001
60MM FDD 390
2
ASSY FDD
60.40B11.001
2MB MF355H 322MR 3M0D
50.40B05.001
(S02,S05) (366D,366T) (Ext.)
(S02,S05) (366D,366T)
FOOT PACK
1
ASSY FOOT
6M.40B01.001
47.45001.001+47.46902.001+47.43A
01.001
HDD MODULE
1
365 HDD
6M.40B02.001
MODULE
HITACHI 2GB
56.02759.011
1
6M.40B02.011
365 HDD
MODULE IBM
2GB
56.02756.051
1
6M.40B02.021
365 HDD
MODULE
HITACHI 3GB
56.02973.011
2
C.A 44P FPC
HDD 390
50.43A08.001
HEAT SINK
1
ASSY U HEAT 60.40B05.001
SINK AN365
HINGE PACK
1
ASSY HINGE
6M.40B11.001
HINGE COVER
1
365 COVER
HINGE
6M.40B05.001
2
COVER (L)
42.43A03.001
HINGE
(TOOLING) 390
34.43B07.001+34.43A04.001
2
COVER (R)
42.43A04.001
HINGE
(TOOLING) 390
INVERTER
1
INVERTER
T62.104.C.00
390/355
19.21030.301
KEYBOARD BOARD
1
390
KEYBOARD
BOARD
55.43A04.001
KEYBOARD
1
US KB-84 KEY 90.46907.001
KAS19010161R
LOWER CASE
1
ASSY L CASE 60.40B07.001
AN365
LCD MODULE 12.1" (DSTN)
6M.40B01.001
1
365 LCD
MODULE
DSTN 12.1"
2
LCD 12.1 DSTN56.0743A.011
LM-JK5322NFR
2
C.A LCD
INVERTER
AN365
2
C.A LCD
50.40B03.001
WIRE(SAYNO)
AN365
2
ASSY LCD
PNL SANYO
AN365
50.40B02.001
60.40B02.021
56.40B01.031
(TFT.DSTN)
(DSTN)
2
ASSY LCD BZL60.40B03.021
AN365
2
ASSY LCD
PNL HITTX31D21
AN365
60.40B02.031
(S05) (366T)
LCD MODULE 12.1" (TFT)
1
365 LCD
6M.40B01.021
MODULE TFT
12.1"
56.40B01.021
2
LCM TX31D21 56.07468.021
12.1" TFT
SVGA HIT
(S05) (366D)
2
C.A LCD
INVERTER
AN365
2
C.A LCD
50.40B04.031
COAXICAL HIT
-TX31D21
2
ASSY LCD
PNL SANYO
AN365
2
ASSY LCD BZL60.40B03.021
AN365
2
ASSY LCD
PNL HITTX31D21
AN365
MAINBOARD
50.40B02.001
(TFT.DSTN)
(S05) ( 366T) (TFT)
60.40B02.021
60.40B02.031
(S05) (366T)
1
365 MAIN
BOARD
55.40B01.001
MODEM
1
MODEM 56K 54.09011.091
CSI AC5614BMC 700
PLATE NAME
1
PLATE
40.43A02.001
NAME(LOGO)
PC AN390
POWER CORD
1
CORD SPT27.01618.001
2#18*2C
7A125V1830M
M
US
1
CORD VCTF
3C 7A125V
JAPAN
27.03518.021
JPN
1
CORD
1203VVH2-F
#18*2C 2.5A
250A
27.01218.021
ERU
SCREW PACK
1
365 SCREW
UPPER CASE
6M.40B04.001
1
365 U CASE
MODULE
6M.40B06.001
2
SPK 0.5W
78DB ZK2808C 140M
23.40031.011
2
KNOB TOUCH 42.43A10.001
PAD
(TOOLING) 390
2
TOUCH PAD 56.1740B.001
LOGITEC/TP3
ULTRA-THIN
LEVEL 1-1 : Stands for Field Replaceable Units(FRU) and Customer Replaceable Units (CRU) for system level1 service repair use.
LEVEL 1-2 : Stands for subassemblies of FRUs and CRUs which are component level of service repair use.
LEVEL 2 : Stands for consuming parts which are easily demaged with replacement action taken.
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Explored View Diagram
A p p e n d i x
Schematics
This appendix shows the schematic diagrams of the notebook.
G-1
CPU Board Connector
G-2
M1531 Bypass Capacitors
G-3
M1531
G-4
M1533
G-5
M1533 Configuration
G-6
Cache RAM & Tag RAM
G-7
16M EDO DRAM on board
G-8
DIMM Socket
G-9
Clock Generator CY2272
G-10 VGA Chip NM2097
G-11 LCD Interface
G-12 LCD Inverter
G-13 CRT Interface
G-14 HDD, media LED
G-15 CD-ROM, Internal FDD
G-16 USB
G-17 RTC, ROM
G-18 Keyboard Controller M38813
G-19 Fax/.Modem, Golden Finger
G-20 Super I/O 97338
G-21 Serial Port
G-22 Parallel Port, External FDD
G-23 Audio Chip YMF715 OPL3-SA3
G-24 OP-AMP
G-25 PCMCIA Controller OZ6833
G-26 TPS2206 & Socket
G-27 DC/DC, Charger, Battery Board
G-28 Skew Holes
G
CPU BD TO BD CONNECTOR
VCORE
CLOSE PIN 3~6,54~57
200
1
TC16
2 ST100U10VDM
BC200
BC201
BC202
SCD1U
SCD1U
SC1KP
150 100
50
+3.3V
CLOSE PIN 104,105,154,155
200mil
VCORE
151
101
51
1
BC309
\
SC10U16V
CN17A
51
2
52
3
53
4
54
5
6
55
56
7
57
8
9
58
59
10
60
11
12
61
62
13
63
14
15
64
65
16
66
17
18
67
68
19
69
20
21
70
71
$CPUD21
22
72
23
24
73
74
$CPUD20
$CPUD19
25
75
26
27
76
77
28
78
29
79
30
31
80
81
32
82
33
34
83
84
35
85
36
37
86
87
38
88
39
40
89
90
$CPUD4
$CPUA29
$CPUD37
41
91
$CPUD3
$CPUA28
$CPUA27
$CPUD36
42
43
92
93
$CPUD2
44
94
45
46
95
96
47
97
48
49
98
99
50
100
(VCORE SELECT)
27
VSEL1
27
VSEL2
VSEL3
27
$CPUD63
$CPUD62
$CPUD61
$CPUD60
$CPUD59
$CPUD58
$CPUD57
$CPUD56
$CPUD55
$CPUD54
$CPUD53
$CPUD52
$CPUD51
$CPUD50
$CPUD49
$CPUD48
$CPUD47
$CPUD46
$CPUD45
$CPUD44
$CPUD43
$CPUD42
$CPUD41
$CPUD40
$CPUD39
$CPUD38
$CPUD35
$CPUD34
BC197
BC198
SCD1U
SC1KP
22U 10V
1
CN17B
101
151
102
152
103
104
153
154
105
155
106
107
156
157
108
158
109
110
159
160
111
161
112
113
162
163
114
164
115
116
165
166
117
167
118
119
168
169
$BE#5
120
170
$BE#7
121
122
171
172
123
173
$WB/WT#
124
125
174
175
$HOLD
126
176
127
177
$CPUA20
128
129
178
179
$CPUA19
130
180
131
132
181
182
133
183
134
135
184
185
136
186
137
138
187
188
139
189
140
141
190
191
142
192
193
194
$CPUA6
$CPUA23
143
144
$CPUA22
145
195
$CPUA4
146
147
196
197
148
198
149
150
199
200
$CPUD33
4,5,8,26
4,5,8,9,26
$SMBCLK
$SMBDATA
$CPUD32
$CPUD31
$CPUD30
1
+3.3V
R254
2
5156EN
0R3
$CPUD29
$CPUD28
16mil
$CPUD27
4
$CPUD26
$CPUD25
9
9
$CPUD24
4
$CPUD23
$CPUD22
3
3
$CPUD15
1
R136
4K7R3
$CPUD12
$CPUD11
$CPUD9
$CPUD8
$CPUD7
$CPUD6
$CPUD5
$CPUD1
CLKSEL2
$FERR#
$M/IO#
$CACHE#
($INV)
3 $BRDY#
3 $BOFF#
3 $NA#
$CPUD17
$CPUD16
$CPUD10
CPU_TH#
CLKSEL1
3 $AHOLD
3 $KEN#
$CPUD18
$CPUD14
$CPUD13
+12V
3
$SMIACT#
3
$CPULOCK#
$HLDA
2
4 $CPUINIT
4 $IGNNE#
4 $SMI#
4 $INTR
$CPUA31
$CPUA30
$CPUA26
$CPUA25
$CPUA24
$CPUD0
$CPUA21
AMP-CONN200
$D/C#
3
$EADS#3
$CPUADS#
3,6
$HITM#
3
$W/R#
3
$A20M# 4
$CPURST
4
$BE#0
$BE#1
VIO
$BE#2
$BE#3
$BE#4
1
$BE#6
$CPURST
1KR3
$CPUCLK
9
$STPCLK#
R257
2
1
$STPCLK#
4
R256
2
$CPUADS#
10KR3
$NMI 4
1
$CPUA18
R147
2
$WB/WT#
10KR3
$CPUA17
$CPUA16
$CPUA15
$CPUA14
1
$CPUA13
$CPUA12
$CPUA11
R146
2
$CACHE#
10KR3
$CPUA10
$CPUA9
1
$CPUA8
$CPUA7
R133
2
$BRDY#
10KR3
$CPUA5
$CPUA3
AMP-CONN200
VIO
VIO
3,6
25mil
$CPUD[0..63]
RP21
$SMI#
$INTR
1
10
2
9
$NMI
3
4
8
7
5
6
$A20M#
$IGNNE#
$CPUINIT
$STPCLK#
SRP10K
VIO
VCORE
V
CORE
=2.5V (P55C)
1,3,6
$CPUA[3..18]
1,3,6
$CPUA[19..31]
3,6
$BE#[0..7]
2
TC19
BC175
BC176
BC177
ST100U10VDM
SCD1U
SCD1U
SC1KP
VIO
=3.3V (P55C)
BC207
$STPCLK#
SC100P
1
V
IO
(1533)
CLOSE PIN 44~47,94~97
=1.8V (TLMK)
|LINK
1
CPU Board conn.
|M1531-C.SCH
2
M1531 , M1533 bypass cap.
|M1531.SCH
|M1533.SCH
3
4
M1531
M1533
|M1533-C.SCH
5
M1533 configurations
|CACHE.SCH
|DRAM.SCH
6
7
CACHE RAM , TAG RAM
DRAM
8
DIMM socket
|DIMM.SCH
CLOSE PIN 146,147,196,197
=2.5V (TLMK)
BC300
SC10U16V
\
22U 10V
BC298
SCD1U
BC299
SC1KP
|CLOCK.SCH
|VGA.SCH
9
10
Clock generator
VGA chip
|LCD.SCH
11
LCD
|INVERTER.SCH
|CRT.SCH
12
Inverter
13
CRT
|HDD.SCH
14
HDD
|CD-FDD.SCH
|USB.SCH
15
16
CD-ROM , Internal FDD
USB
|RTC-ROM.SCH
17
RTC , BIOS ROM
|KBC.SCH
|MODEM.SCH
18
19
KBC
Golden finger , FAX/MODEM
|SUPER-IO.SCH
20
Super I/O chip
|SERIAL.SCH
21
RS-232 , serial port COM1
|PARALLEL.SCH
|AUDIO.SCH
22
23
Parallel port LPT1
Audio chip
|OP-AMP.SCH
24
Audio OP amp.
|PCMCIA.SCH
|SOCKET.SCH
25
26
PCMCIA/CARDBUS controller
PCMCIA power IC , CARD socket
|POWER.SCH
27
Charger , DC/DC , BAT Conn.
|HOLE.SCH
28
Skew holes
1998/03/01 Sun. 22:00
Acer Incorporated
365
Title
CPU Board conn.
Size Document Number
B
Date:
REV
97160-1, 365
March
1, 1998
Sheet
V15
1
of
28
M1531 BYPASS CAPACITORS
VIO
VIO
16mil
BC174
BC193
BC184
BC185
BC186
SC4D7U10V5ZY
SCD1U
SCD1U
SC1KP
SC4D7U10V5ZY
+3.3V
+3.3V
20mil
BC296
BC183
BC180
BC181
BC173
BC191
SC4D7U10V5ZY
SCD1U
SC1KP
SCD1U
SC1KP
SC4D7U10V5ZY
+5V
1531+5V
D3
6
1
5
2
BC206
SC2D2U16V5ZY
4
10mil
BC194
BC182
BC192
SC1KP
SCD1U
SC2D2U16V5ZY
3
RB731U
+5V
U10B
25 $PCMREQ#3
4
1
4
6
$REQ#3
5
3
+5V
7
SOHCT32
U25E
1
4
4 $STPCLK#
11
10
7
$STPCLK
SOHCT14
+5V
M1533 BYPASS CAPACITORS
U10D
12
+5V
1
4
RX1
11
+5V
1
PHOLDXX#
2
13
DUMMY-R3
7
20mil
BC67
BC93
BC116
BC94
BC114
SC4D7U10V5ZY
SCD1U
SCD1U
SC1KP
SC4D7U10V5ZY
4,5 $33PHOLD#
SOHCT32
1
RX2
2
$PHOLD#3
0R3
+3.3V
+3.3V
30mil
BC137
BC117
BC96
BC95
BC113
SC4D7U10V5ZY
SCD1U
SCD1U
SC1KP
SC4D7U10V5ZY
VIO
1533VIO
1
G17
2
10mil
GAP-CLOSE
BC115
SCD1U
BC118
SC4D7U10V5ZY
ACER INCORPORATED
365
Title
M1531 Bypass Capacitors
Size Document Number
B
Date:
REV
97160-SB, M1531-C
February
3, 1998
Sheet
V14
2
of
28
RP13
20,23 DRQ1
20 DRQ3
20 DRQ2
+5V
1
10
2
9
3
8
4
7
5
6
+3.3V
DRQ020,23
DRQ5
4
DRQ6
4
DRQ7
4
BC288
1
SCD1U
R91
SRP4K7
10KR3
U25A
2
1
4
1
RSTDRV
4 RSTDRV
2
7
RSTDRV#
RSTDRV#
14,15,18
4
$RSM#
$RSM#
SOHCT14
+5V
RP11
4
IOCHK#
4 DACK#5
4 DACK#6
1
IOCHK#
2
3
9
8
4
4 DACK#7
BC97
BC119
SCD1U
SC4D7U16V6ZY
10
DACK#34
DACK#04
7
5
DACK#24
DACK#14
6
SRP4K7
+3.3V
+5V
+5V
1
R188
2
$SMBCLK
(GPO0,PCS#)
SD[0..7]
4,5,17,18,19,20,23
4 ENAUDIO#
+5V
INTEL PC mode
10KR3
1
RP22
SD0
1
10
SD1
2
3
9
8
SD2
SD3
4
5
+5V
SD4
7
SD5
SD6
6
SD7
4 PWR_LED#
1
PWR_LED#
$SMBCLK
1,4,8,9,26
15KR3
R64
2
1
ENAUDIO#
R184
2
R189
2
$SMBDATA
$SMBDATA
1,4,8,9,26
15KR3
10KR3
Ext. I/O APIC disabled
SRP10K
4 XDIR
1
XDIR
Pentium CPU is used
R46
2
10KR3
SD[8..15]
4,5,17,18,19,20,23
+5V
4 TC
RP23
1
SD8
10
2
SD10 3
SD11 4
5
+5V
9
8
SD9
1
TC
GPIO0~7
R43
2
10KR3
SD13
SD14
6
SD15
4 SPKR
1
SPKR
Internal KBC disabled
SRP10K
R45
2
1
10KR3
R44
1
2
ROMKBCS#
4 ROMKBCS#
4
+3.3V
SD12
7
R89
2
$STANDBY#
10KR3
$STANDBY#
4
(GPO8)
+3.3V
LA[17..23]
Chip test mode disabled
10KR3
1
+5V
R185
2
$GPIO13
$GPIO13 4
10KR3
RP12
LA17 1
LA18 2
10
9
LA19 3
LA20 4
5
8
LA22
LA23
7
6
+5V
LA21
SBHE#
1
SBHE#4
+3.3V
SRP10K
R187
2
$GPIO17
$GPIO17 4
10KR3
USB in normal mode
RN7
2
4
4
1
$33PHOLD#
$SERR# 2
$SERR#
3
($OVCR#1)
$GPI1
4
8
7
1
6
5
R88
2
GPIO3
GPIO3
4
10KR3
SRN10K
+5V
1
R47
2
GPIO9 4
RP10
1
10
2
9
IO16#
3
MEMW#
MEMW#
4
MEMR#
MEMR#
5
+5V
8
7
M16#
4,18,19,20,23
IOW#
4,18,19,20,23
IOR#
4,17,19
4,17,19
IOW#
IOR#
10KR3
REFSH#
0WS#
6
IO16#
4
Support 256KB ROM
M16#
REFSH#
4
4
0WS#
20
4 SPLED
SRP10K
4
4
SPLED
1
RN31
8
2
7
6
3
$USBP1+$USBP1+
$USBP1- 4
$USBP1-
1
R186
2
$GPIO14
$GPIO14 4
10KR3
5
SRN10K
+5V
RP3
4,19,20,23
IRQ3
4,19,20 IRQ4
4,19,20,23 IRQ5
4,20 IRQ6
IRQ3
IRQ4
1
10
2
9
IRQ7
IRQ5
3
4
8
7
IRQ9
5
6
IRQ6
+5V
IRQ10
IRQ11
IRQ7 4,20,23
+5V
IRQ9 4,20,23
IRQ10 4,19,20,23
IRQ11 4,19,20,23
1
SRP10K
R59
10KR3
2
4 FIR_EN#
+5V
+3.3V
RN3
18 IRQ1
18 IRQ12
IRQ14
4
4
IRQ15
RN4
IRQ1
1
8
1
8
$INTA#
IRQ12
2
3
7
6
2
7
$INTB#
3
6
4
5
4
5
$INTC#
$INTD#
IRQ14
IRQ15
SRN10K
$INTA#
$INTB#
$INTC#
$INTD#
10,25
4,25
4,25
4
SRN4K7
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365
4,19,20
IOCHRDY
1
R249
2
Title
M1533 Configurations
1KR3
Size Document Number
B
Date:
REV
97160-1, M1533-C
March
1, 1998
Sheet
V15
5
of
28
$CPUD[0..63]
1,3
$ $$ $ $$ $ $$ $ $ $$ $ $$ $ $$ $ $$ $ $$ $
CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC
3
$TAG[0..7]
PPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP
UUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU
1
R138
DDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD
10KR3
0 12 3 45 6 78 9 1 11 1 11 1 11 1 22 2 22 2
+3.3V
0 12 3 45 6 78 9 01 2 34 5
2
30mil
U29
30mil
+3.3V
66
6 6 77 7 77 7 7 78 8 88 8 88 8 89 9 99 9
6 78 9 01 2 34 5 6 90 1 23 4 56 7 81 2 34 5
45
30mil
58
VIO
109
122
13
25
38
1
64
R247
2
77
89
102
DUMMY-R3
128
1
$CPUA18
R248
2
L2_MODE
L2_PIN42
41
42
114
DUMMY-R3
$BE#0
$BE#1
$BE#2
3 $BWE#
$BWE#
$BE#3
$BE#4
$BE#5
$BE#6
1 $BE#[0..7]
$BE#7
$CPUA10
$CPUA9
$CPUA8
$CPUA7
$CPUA6
1,3
$CPUA[3..18]
$CPUA5
$CPUA4
$CPUA3
$CPUA11
$CPUA12
$CPUA13
107
108
111
112
117
118
119
120
53
54
55
56
57
60
61
62
52
51
50
49
$CPUA14
$CPUA15
48
$CPUA16
44
47
VCC
I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I
I I
OI
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
O
1 2 3 45 6 78 9 11 1 1 11 1 11 12 2 2 22 2 2
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 IO27
VCC
IO28
VCC
VCC
IO29
IO30
VCCQ
IO31
VCCQ
IO32
VCCQ
IO33
VCCQ
IO34
VCCQ
VCCQ
IO35
IO36
VCCQ
IO37
VCCQ
IO38
MODE
IO39
NC
IO40
BWE#
IO41
BW1#
BW2#
IO42
IO43
BW3#
IO44
BW4#
BW5#
IO45
IO46
BW6#
IO47
BW7#
BW8#
IO48
IO49
A7
IO50
A6
A5
IO51
IO52
A4
IO53
A3
A2
IO54
IO55
A1
IO56
A0
NC
IO57
IO58
A8
IO59
A9
A10
IO60
IO61
A11
IO62
A12
A13
IO63
AA
GGGG GGG IO64
ADD
CC
A
GGNNNNG
NNNN
D
O
VS
PS
CG
W
EC
EE
2E
3C
EC
EC
L Z 1 NG
NG
NNNDDDDDDDD
# # # # # # # # 2 3 KZ 4 CDDDDQQQQQQQQ
1 11 1 11 1 11 1 1 64 4 11 5 41 9 76 3 21
1 12
1 33 0 21 9 60
0
3 0 85 9 64 1
40
50
6 3 61 2
42
52
62
75
30
U27
$CPUA18 1
R139
2
1
26
TAG_PIN26
96
$CPUD26
$CPUA6
10
9
97
$CPUD27
$CPUA7
8
98
$CPUD28
$CPUA8
7
99
$CPUD29
$CPUA9
6
100
$CPUD30
$CPUD31
$CPUA10
$CPUA11
5
101
2
$CPUD32
$CPUA12
3
3
$CPUA17
2
4
$CPUD33
$CPUD34
$CPUA13
25
5
$CPUD35
$CPUA14
24
6
$CPUD36
$CPUD37
$CPUA16
23
7
$CPUA15
21
8
$CPUD38
9
$CPUD39
$CPUD40
$CPUA5
10
11
12
DUMMY-R3
4
A14
VCC
A13
D7
A0
D6
A1
D5
A2
D4
A3
D3
A4
D2
A5
D1
A6
A7
D0
A12
A8
A9
CS1*
OE*
A11
WE*
A10
GND
28
19
$TAG7
18
$TAG6
17
$TAG5
$TAG4
16
15
13
$TAG3
12
$TAG1
$TAG0
11
20
22
27
3 $TWE#
$CPUD42
$CPUD43
16
17
$TWE#
14
S32K8-12
$CPUD41
15
$TAG2
$CPUD44
$CPUD45
$CPUD46
18
19
20
$CPUD47
$CPUD48
$CPUD49
21
22
23
+3.3V
+3.3V
$CPUD50
$CPUD51
$CPUD52
24
30mil
27
28
$CPUD53
29
$CPUD55
$CPUD56
BC203
BC205
BC204
$CPUD57
SC4D7U10V5ZY
SCD1U
SC4D7U10V5ZY
$CPUD54
30
31
32
$CPUD58
$CPUD59
33
34
$CPUD60
35
36
$CPUD61
$CPUD62
37
$CPUD63
S32K64-7
$
C
3 $CADV#
1 $CPUADS#
3 $CADS#
3 $GWE#
3 $COE#
3 $CCS#
L
2
P
U
_
A
C
E
1
7
VIO
2
L2_CE2
L2_MODE
4 $PCIRST#
9 $L2CLK
4 $ZZ
1
2
RN42
8
7
3
$ZZ
6
4
5
SRN10K
+3.3V
+3.3V
$CADV# 1
R143
2
BC322
$CADV#XX
100R3
R144
1
2
$CPUADS#
BC189
BC188
BC195
BC303
BC179
BC304
SC4D7U10V5ZY
SCD1U
SCD1U
SCD1U
SC1KP
SC4D7U10V5ZY
SC47P
BC323
$CPUADS#XX
100R3
$CADS# 1
R141
2
SC47P
BC320
$CADS#XX
100R3
VIO
$GWE# 1
VIO
R142
2
SC47P
BC321
$GWE#XX
100R3
$COE#
BC312
BC199
BC311
BC310
BC187
BC178
BC190
BC196
SC4D7U10V5ZY
SCD1U
SCD1U
SC1KP
SCD1U
SCD1U
SC1KP
SC4D7U10V5ZY
1
R145
2
100R3
SC47P
BC324
$COE#XX
SC47P
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365
Title
CACHE RAM & TAG RAM
Size Document Number
B
Date:
REV
97160-SB, CACHE
January 21, 1998
Sheet
V14
6
of
28
+3.3V
16mil
+3.3V
+3.3V
BC339
BC316
BC337
BC315
CX8
BC335
BC314
CX7
BC333
BC313
SCD1U
SC4D7U10V5ZY
SCD1U
SC4D7U10V5ZY
SC1KP
SCD1U
SC4D7U10V5ZY
SC1KP
SCD1U
SC4D7U10V5ZY
DM4
DM3
S2M8-6
1
3 $MWE#
3 $MRAS#0
$MD0
2
$MD1
3
$MD2
4
$MD3
5
$MWE#
$MRAS#0
6
7
$TMA11
8
$TMA10
9
$TMA0
10
$TMA1
11
$MA2
12
$MA3
13
14
VSS
DQ0
DQ7
28
1
27
$MD7
$MD8
2
26
DQ1
DQ6
25
DQ2
DQ5
24
DQ4
DQ3
23
W#
CAS#
22
RAS#
OE#
21
A11/NC A9
20
A10
A8
19
A0
A7
18
A1
A6
17
A2
A5
16
A3
A4
$MD6
$MD9
3
$MD5
$MD10
4
$MD4
$MD11
5
$MCAS#0
$MWE#
$MRAS#0
6
7
$MA9
$TMA11
8
$MA8
$TMA10
9
$MA7
$TMA0
10
$MA6
$TMA1
11
$MA5
$MA2
12
$MA4
$MA3
13
VCC
VSS
15
14
VCC
VSS
DQ0
DQ7
$MD15
$MD16
2
26
DQ1
DQ6
25
DQ2
DQ5
24
DQ4
DQ3
23
W#
CAS#
22
RAS#
OE#
21
A11/NC A9
20
A10
A8
19
A0
A7
18
A1
A6
17
A2
A5
16
A3
A4
$MD14
$MD17
3
$MD13
$MD18
4
$MD12
$MD19
5
$MCAS#1
$MWE#
$MRAS#0
6
7
$MA9
$TMA11
8
$MA8
$TMA10
9
$MA7
$TMA0
10
$MA6
$TMA1
11
$MA5
$MA2
12
$MA4
$MA3
13
$TMA11
$TMA10
$TMA0
$TMA1
$MA2
$MA3
15
14
2
3
4
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
DQ7
28
1
27
$MD23
$MD24
2
26
DQ1
DQ6
25
DQ2
DQ5
24
DQ4
DQ3
23
W#
CAS#
22
RAS#
OE#
21
A11/NC A9
20
A10
A8
19
A0
A7
18
A1
A6
17
A2
A5
16
A3
A4
$MD22
$MD25
3
$MD21
$MD26
4
$MD20
$MD27
5
$MCAS#2
$MWE#
$MRAS#0
6
7
$MA9
$TMA11
8
$MA8
$TMA10
9
$MA7
$TMA0
10
$MA6
$TMA1
11
$MA5
$MA2
12
$MA4
$MA3
13
VCC
VSS
15
14
VCC
VSS
DQ0
DQ7
DQ1
DQ6
DQ2
DQ5
DQ3
DQ4
28
27
$MD31
26
25
$MD30
24
$MD28
$MD29
23
W#
CAS#
22
RAS#
OE#
21
A11/NC A9
20
A10
A8
19
A0
A7
18
A1
A6
17
A2
A5
16
A3
A4
VCC
VSS
$MCAS#3
$MA9
$MA8
$MA7
$MA6
$MA5
$MA4
15
+3.3V
BC332
BC347
BC334
CX10
BC350
BC336
BC318
BC338
CX9
SCD1U
SC4D7U10V5ZY
SCD1U
SC4D7U10V5ZY
SC1KP
SCD1U
SC4D7U10V5ZY
SCD1U
SC4D7U10V5ZY
SC1KP
DM7
DM6
S2M8-6
VCC
VSS
DQ0
DQ7
28
1
27
26
DQ6
25
DQ5
24
DQ3
DQ4
23
W#
CAS#
22
RAS#
OE#
21
A11/NC A9
20
A10
A8
19
A0
A7
18
A1
A6
17
A2
A5
16
A3
A4
15
VCC
VSS
DQ1
DQ2
5
VSS
DQ0
BC345
DM8
$MRAS#0
VSS
S2M8-6
VCC
+3.3V
S2M8-6
$MD35
$MWE#
1
27
VCC
DM1
S2M8-6
28
+3.3V
1
$MD34
DM2
S2M8-6
VCC
+3.3V
$MD32
$MD33
+3.3V
$MD39
$MD38
$MD40
$MD41
$MD37
$MD42
$MD36
$MCAS#4
$MD43
$MWE#
$MRAS#0
$MA9
$MA8
$TMA11
$TMA10
$MA7
$TMA0
$MA6
$MA5
$TMA1
$MA2
$MA4
$MA3
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
VCC
VSS
DQ0
DQ7
27
26
DQ6
25
DQ5
24
DQ3
DQ4
23
W#
CAS#
22
RAS#
OE#
21
A11/NC A9
20
A10
A8
19
A0
A7
18
A1
A6
17
A2
A5
16
A3
A4
15
VCC
VSS
DQ1
DQ2
DM5
S2M8-6
28
1
$MD47
$MD46
$MD48
$MD49
$MD45
$MD50
$MD44
$MCAS#5
2
3
4
$TMA11
$TMA10
$MA7
$TMA0
$MA6
$MA5
$TMA1
$MA2
$MA4
$MA3
DQ7
28
1
27
26
DQ6
25
DQ5
24
DQ3
DQ4
23
W#
CAS#
22
RAS#
OE#
21
A11/NC A9
20
A10
A8
19
A0
A7
18
A1
A6
17
A2
A5
16
A3
A4
15
VCC
VSS
6
7
$MRAS#0
$MA9
$MA8
VSS
DQ0
DQ1
DQ2
5
$MD51
$MWE#
S2M8-6
VCC
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
$MD55
$MD54
$MD56
$MD57
$MD53
$MD58
$MD52
$MCAS#6
2
3
4
$MD59
$MWE#
$MRAS#0
$MA9
$MA8
$TMA11
$TMA10
$MA7
$TMA0
$MA6
$MA5
$TMA1
$MA2
$MA4
$MA3
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
VCC
VSS
DQ0
DQ7
28
27
26
DQ6
25
DQ5
24
DQ3
DQ4
23
W#
CAS#
22
RAS#
OE#
21
A11/NC A9
20
A10
A8
19
A0
A7
18
A1
A6
17
A2
A5
16
A3
A4
15
VCC
VSS
DQ1
DQ2
$MD63
$MD62
$MD61
$MD60
$MCAS#7
$MA9
$MA8
$MA7
$MA6
$MA5
$MA4
72.48214.209 400mil 2MX8-6 EDO3.3V
B09
X 300mil
X
+3.3V
+3.3V
3,8
$MD[0..63]
60mil
$MA12
8
$MA13
8
1
BC308
TC18
2
SC4D7U16V6ZY
3 $A[2..13]
ST22U
$MA[2..11]
$A3
$A4
$A5
$A2
1
2
RN44
8
7
3
6
$MA4
$MA5
4
5
$MA2
$MA3
SRN22
ALL DAMPING RESISTORS MUST CLOSE M1531
$A8
1
RN17
8
$A7
2
3
7
6
4
5
$A6
$A9
8
Both DRAM and DIMM
$MA8
$MA7
$MA6
$MA9
SRN22
3 $CAS#[0..7]
$MCAS#[0..7]
8
$A10
1
RN43
8
$A11
$A12
2
7
3
4
6
5
$A13
$MA10
$MA11
$MA12
To DIMM socket
$MA13
SRN22
1
$CAS#0
2
$CAS#1
3
$CAS#2
4
$CAS#3
RN14
8
7
6
5
$MCAS#0
$MCAS#1
$MCAS#2
$MCAS#3
3 $AA0
3 $AA1
$AA0
1
RN16
8
$AA1
2
3
7
6
4
5
$MAA0
$MAA0
8
$MAA1
8
$TMA0
$MAA1
$TMA1
$MAA0 TO DIMM
$TMA0 TO DRAM
$MAA1 TO DIMM
$TMA1 TO DRAM
SRN22
SRN22
1
$CAS#7
2
$CAS#6
3
$CAS#5
4
$CAS#4
RN41
8
7
$MCAS#7
6
$MCAS#5
5
$MCAS#4
$MCAS#6
$A10
1
R252
2
$TMA10
22R3
SRN22
To DRAM on board
$A11
1
R253
2
$TMA11
DUMMY-R3
Acer Inc.
$TMA11 FOR 4K REFRESH
365
Title
16M EDO DRAM on board
Size Document Number
B
Date:
REV
97160-SB, DRAM
January 21, 1998
Sheet
V14
7
of
28
+3.3V
+3.3V
3,7
$MD[0..63]
$MD[0..63]
BC341
BC342
BC348
BC317
BC349
SCD1U
SCD1U
SCD1U
SCD1U
SC4D7U10V5ZY
BC344
BC346
BC319
BC351
BC343
SCD1U
SCD1U
SCD1U
SCD1U
SC4D7U10V5ZY
CX12
SC1KP
CX13
SC1KP
CX14
SC1KP
CN21
145
1
7 $MCAS#[0..7]
7 $MAA0
7 $MAA1
$MD33
8
$MD34
$MD35
7
$MD3
9
11
12
$MD4
13
14
$MD36
$MD5
15
16
$MD6
17
18
$MD37
$MD38
$MD7
19
21
20
22
$MD39
$MCAS#0
23
24
$MCAS#4
$MCAS#1
25
27
26
28
$MCAS#5
$MAA0
29
30
$MA3
$MAA1
31
33
32
34
$MA4
35
36
37
39
38
40
41
42
$MD11
43
45
44
46
$MD43
$MD12
$MD13
47
48
50
52
$MD44
$MD45
$MD14
49
51
$MD15
53
54
55
57
56
58
59
60
61
62
63
65
64
66
67
68
69
71
70
72
73
74
75
77
76
78
79
80
81
83
82
84
85
86
87
89
88
90
91
92
93
95
94
96
$MD52
97
98
$MD54
$MD55
$MA2
9 $SDRAM_CLK0
3 $MSRAS#0
3 $MWE#
3 $MRAS#2
3 $MRAS#3
$MD16
$MD17
$MD18
$MD19
$MD20
$MD21
$MD22
$MD23
$MA6
$MA8
$MA9
$MA10
$MCAS#2
$MCAS#3
$MD24
$MD25
$MD26
$MD27
$MD28
$MD29
$MD30
$MD31
$SMBDATA
$MD32
6
5
$MD2
$MD9
$MD10
1,4,5,9,26
4
10
3
$MD1
$MD8
7 $MA[2..11]
2
$MD0
99
101
100
102
103
104
105
106
107
109
108
110
111
112
113
115
114
116
117
118
119
121
120
122
123
124
125
127
126
128
129
130
131
133
132
134
135
136
137
139
138
140
141
142
143
144
+3.3V
$MA5
$MD40
$MD41
$MD42
+3.3V
$MD46
$MD47
CX11
SC1KP
$CLKEN0
3
$MA12
$MA13
$MSCAS#0
3
$CLKEN1
3
$MA127
$MA137
$SDRAM_CLK1
9
$MD48
$MD49
$MD50
$MD51
$MD53
$MA7
$MA11
$MA12
$MA13
$MCAS#6
$MCAS#7
$MD56
$MD57
$MD58
$MD59
$MD60
$MD61
$MD62
$MD63
$SMBCLK
1,4,5,9,26
146
SDIMM144
Acer Inc.
365
Title
DIMM SOCKET
Size Document Number
B
Date:
REV
97160-SB, DIMM
January 19, 1998
Sheet
V14
8
of
28
+3.3V
CLKAVDD
1
+3.3V
+3.3V
VIO
VIO
R118
2
22R3
1
2
TC14
BC285
BC168
ST22U
SCD1U
SC4D7U16V6ZYSC1KP
CX16
BC150
BC165
BC162
BC151
BC152
BC166
BC167
BC161
CX15
BC164
BC163
SCD1U
SC1KP
SCD1U
SC1KP
SCD1U
SCD1U
SC4D7U16V6ZY
SC4D7U10V5ZY
SC1KP
SCD1U
SC4D7U10V5ZY
Width-Space
6mil-10mil
(SMT)
10
R207
2
1
$VGA14M $VGA14M
X2
4
47R3
23
2272X1
R206
2
1
AUDIO14M
AUDIO14M
3
1
2
2272X2
XTAL4P-14.318MHZ
47R3
BC149
BC148
SC10P
SC10P
1
R227
2
$USBCLK
$USBCLK4
+3.3V
47R3
19
R208
1
2
MODEM14M
MODEM14M
16mil
47R3
4
33_14M
33_14M
CLKAVDD
R216
2
1
$PCISTP#
16mil
1
VIO
+3.3V
$P33CLK
+3.3V
1
R209
2
$P33CLK 1
25
R210
2
1
$VGACLK $VGACLK
2
3
2272X1
4
2272X2
5
6
REF1
7
1
$CARDCLK
$CARDCLK
47R3
PCICLK_F
R211
2
PCICLK0
PCICLK1
PCICLK2
8
9
10
11
12
13
47R3
14
3
$P31CLK
15
16
R212
2
$P31CLK 1
17
18
19
47R3
+3.3V
1
R213
2
PWR_DWN#
SEL1
20KR3
4,5,8,26
20
21
22
23
$SMBDATA
1,4,5,8,26
24
$SMBCLK
10KR3
$SIO24M 20
AVDD
REF0
VSS
XTALIN
XTALOUT
REF1
R235
2
$CPUSTP# 1
R229
2
$CPUCLK
$CPUCLK1
10KR3
56R3
U23
1
REF0
47R3
10
$SIO24M
47R3
40mil
47R3
4
R228
2
R234
2
1
48
VDDQS
47
USBCLK
46
IOCLK
45
VSS
44
CPUCLK0
43
CPUCLK1
42
VDDCPU
41
PCICLK_F
CPUCLK2
40
VSS
CPUCLK3
39
VSS
PCICLK0
38
PCICLK1
SDRAM0
37
PCICLK2
SDRAM1
36
PCICLK3
VDDQS
35
VDDQS
SDRAM2
34
PCICLK4
SDRAM3
33
VSS
VSS
32
EPCICLK
SDRAM4
31
VSS
SDRAM5
30
VDDQS
VDDQS
29
PWR_DWN#
CPU_STOP#
28
SEL1
PCI_STOP#
27
VSS
VSS
26
SDATA
SEL0
25
SCLK
SEL2
USBCLK
1
SIO24M
CPUCLK
R230
2
$L2CLK
$L2CLK
6
8mil-12mil
56R3
L2CLK
VDDQS
1
31CLK
R231
2
$31CLK
$31CLK
3
56R3
SDRAM0
SDRAM1
1
R232
2
$SDRAM_CLK0
$SDRAM_CLK0
8
56R3
1
R233
2
$SDRAM_CLK1
$SDRAM_CLK1
8
56R3
$PCISTP#
$PCISTP#
4
$CPUSTP#
SEL2
$CPUSTP#
4
CY2272
BC274
MODEM14M
BC289
SC33P
+3.3V
$USBCLK
SC10P
BC273
$VGA14M
BC290
SC33P
$SLOWDWN
$SLOWDWN
4
+5V
$SIO24M
BC286
SCD1U
+3.3V
SC22P
BC272
1
R239
100KR3
AUDIO14M
1
R238
SC33P
47KR3
U24A
2
BC275
1 CLKSEL1
33_14M
1
4
1
2
CLKSEL1
2
3
SEL1
BC291
SC33P
V : Install
7
$CPUCLK
X : Not install
SOLCX125M
SC10P
SEL1
SEL2
CPUCLK
SEL1
SEL2
R107
R99
BC292
$L2CLK
0
0
60.0MHz
V
V
0
1
66.6MHz
V
X
SC10P
+5V
BC276
$P33CLK
$SLOWDWN
+3.3V
BC293
$31CLK
CPUSTOP#=SEL0=0 => freq/4
+3.3V
1
SC33P
SC15P
BC277
$VGACLK
2
BC294
$SDRAM_CLK0
SC33P
1 CLKSEL2
R236
47KR3
U24B
1
4
CLKSEL25
4
CLKDWN=1 => SEL1=1, SEL2=1, freq=55MHz
2
6
SEL2
SC10P
7
BC278
$CARDCLK
1
R237
100KR3
SOLCX125M
BC295
$SDRAM_CLK1
SC22P
SC10P
BC279
$P31CLK
SC33P
Acer Inc.
365
Title
Clock Generator CY2272
Size Document Number
B
Date:
REV
97160-SB, CLOCK
February
3, 1998
Sheet
V14
9
of
28
U17
148
25,26 ACAD14
25,26 ACAD16
149
150
25,26 ACCBE#1
25,26 ARSVD/A18
151
152
25,26 ACPAR
25,26 ACBLOCK#
155
158
25,26 ACPERR#
25,26 ACSTOP#
ZV
159
160
25,26 ACDEVSEL#
25,26 ACTRDY#
25 ACCLK
161
162
163
25,26 ACFRAME#
25,26 ACIRDY#
164
165
166
25,26 ACAD17
25,26 ACCBE#2
167
25,26 ACAD19
$AD[0..31]
3,4,25
+3.3V
R123
2
1
$PERR#1
$REQ#1
$AD2
21
$AD3
22
$AD4
24
$AD5
26
$AD6
28
$AD7
30
$AD8
32
33
$AD10
34
$AD11
35
36
10KR3
$AD15
$AD16
G14
2
$AD17
$VGAPERR#
$AD18
$AD19
$AD20
$AD21
$AD22
$AD23
$AD24
GAP-OPEN
(For NM2160)
$AD25
$AD26
$AD27
$AD28
$AD29
$AD30
3,4,25
$PAR
3,4,25
$TRDY#
R81
2
3,4,25
$STOP#
33R3
RN1
8
7
3
6
4
5
VGADIS
4 $VGASUS
XCKEN
47
48
49
50
52
53
54
55
56
58
60
51
63
66
$VGAPERR#
67
68
4 $PCIRST#
1
2
46
65
$CLKRUN#
3,4,25
43
45
61
69
70
$DEVSEL#
$INTA#
4,5
9 $VGACLK
3,4,25 $FRAME#
3,4,25 $IRDY#
VGAIDSEL
41
31
40
3,4,25
$AD22 1
38
39
$CBE#0
$CBE#3
3,4,25
37
$AD31
$CBE#1
$CBE#2
$CBE#[0..3]
20
$AD9
$AD14
G13
2
1
19
$AD12
$AD13
$PERR#25
GAP-CLOSE
3
$AD0
$AD1
71
72
73
145
81
VGAIDSEL
84
110
VGADIS
$VGASUS 77
83
XCKEN
75
168
VCLK/PCLK
144
EVIDEO#/HREF
146
BLANK#/VS
147
DCLK/FSC/NC
P0/Y0
P1/Y1
P2/Y2
P3/Y3
76
82
4 $32KO
+3.3V
1
R180
2
85
86
MTEST#
10KR3
9 $VGA14M
87
92
93
ACAD1225,26
104
105
99
100
XTALVDD
VCLKVDD
MCLKVDD
DACVDD
94
103
106
95
102
VGA_VCCA
XTALVDD
G2
(ZV_HREF)
(ZV_VREF)
1
1
R36
2
GAP-CLOSE
140
PDATA0
139
PDATA1
137
PDATA2
P6/Y6
P7/Y7
P8/UV0
P9/UV1
P10/UV2
P11/UV3
P12/UV4
P13/UV5
P14/UV6
P15/UV7
AD0
AD1
AD2
AD3
AD4
AD5
G0
R2
R1
135
PDATA3
131
PDATA4
130
PDATA5
129
PDATA6
128
PDATA7
127
PDATA8
126
PDATA9
124
PDATA10
123
PDATA11
122
PDATA12
121
PDATA13
120
PDATA14/LCD_ID3
119
PDATA15/LCD_ID2
118
PDATA16/LCD_ID1
117
PDATA17/LCD_ID0
R0
AD7
AD8
AD9
AD10
AD11
AD12
AD13
AD14
AD15
AD16
AD17
AD18
AD19
AD20
AD21
AD22
AD23
AD24
AD25
AD28
AD29
AD30
AD31
C/BE0#
G[0..7]
11
B[0..7]
11
RGBGND
BC65
BC231
BC61
SC4D7U16V6ZY
SCD1U
SC4D7U16V6ZY
RGBGND
G2
G1
B3
G3
R3
VGA_VCCA
MCLKVDDVGA_VCCA
VCLKVDD
B2
R5
1
B4
R39
2
20mil
1
R38
2
20mil
G4
0R3
R4
B5
0R3
G5
BC235
BC64
BC234
BC63
R6
SCD1U
SC4D7U16V6ZY
SCD1U
SC4D7U16V6ZY
G6
B6
R7
RGBGND
G7
RGBGND
B7
VGA_VCCA
DACVDD
1
R37
2
20mil
0R3
BC233
SCD1U
BC232
SCD1U
BC62
SC4D7U16V6ZY
RGBGND
142
FPVCC
143
FPVEE
108
FPBACK
112
FLM
113
LP
141
SCLK
111
FPHDE/MD0
115
SCLKI
AD26
AD27
11
B0
13
PDATA18
14
PDATA19
15
PDATA20
16
PDATA21
17
PDATA22
18
PDATA23
169
PDATA24
170
PDATA25
171
PDATA26
172
PDATA27
174
PDATA28
176
PDATA29
2
PDATA30
3
PDATA31
4
PDATA32
5
PDATA33
6
PDATA34
7
PDATA35
AD6
R[0..7]
B1
$ENAVDD
11
$NDISPLAY
$FPBACK4,12
FLM 11
LP
11
+5V
+5V
SHFCLK
11
MOD 11
20mil
C/BE1#
C/BE2#
C/BE3#
9
NC/ROM_CS#/NC
BC107
CX18
SC2D2U16V5ZYSC1KP
PAR
BC109
SCD1U
BC108
SC4D7U10V5ZY
136
DVSS
154
DVSS
173
DVSS
PERR#
TRDY#
STOP#
DEVSEL#
INTA#
GND
BCLK
GND
23
64
109
GND
88
GND
10
VSSP
29
VSSP
44
VSSP
59
VSSP
80
VSSP
114
VSSP
125
VSSP
138
VSSP
153
VSSP
FRAME#
IRDY#
CLKRUN#
IDSEL
RESET#
VGADIS
SUSPEND
XCKEN
+3.3V
BUSSEL
+3.3V
40mil
FOR HVDD
BC136
CX17
SC4D7U16V6ZYSC1KP
BC87
SCD1U
BC106
SCD1U
BC90
SC4D7U10V5ZY
ACTIVITY/A25
74
NTSC_PAL/NC
79
CSYNC/NC
98
R
97
G
96
B
STANDBY/STATUS1
R
13
RTC32K/STATUS2
PVCLKI/STATUS3
G
B
13
PMCLKI/STATUS4
MTEST#
89
HSYNC
90
VSYNC
11
DDC2BD
12
DDC2BC
XTAL2
XTAL1
REXT
AVSSX1
AVSSV
AVSSM
AVSSR1
101
AVDDX1
AVDDV
AVDDM
1
+5V
R61
2
BC88
BC105
BC89
SCD1U
SCD1U
SC4D7U10V5ZY
11K 1%
11KR3F
RGBGND
LCD
VGA_VCCA
TRACE TO PIN 100
BC236
2951CM_FB
VGA_PIN133
134
DVDD
156
+3.3V
BC352
SCD1U
SCD1U
+3.3V
U5
1
2
FOR DVDD
VDD
Logic
27
RGBGND
OUT
INPUT
SENSE
FB
3
+3.3V
62
SD
4
VDD
107
VDD
5V/TAP
GND
ERROR
8
7
6
5
BC237
25
HVDD
42
HVDD
57
HVDD
78
HVDD
+3.3V
Host
R63
2
+5V
+3.3V
DVDD
175
DRAM
DVDD
AVDDR1
AVDDR2
+3.3V
FOR VDD
REXT
157
MMVDD
1
HMVDD/LVDD
8
LVDD
116
LVDD
132
LVDD
133
VBB
AVSSR2
13
HSYNC 13
VSYNC 13
DDC_DATA
13
DDC_CLK
13
SCD1U
1
$NDISPLAY
2
20mil
0R3
P5/Y5
ZV
91
(ZV_PCLK)
P4/Y4
$VGASUS
SRN10K
ACLKRUN#
25,26
ACAD925,26
BC91
BC92
BC112
SCD1U
SC1KP
SC4D7U10V5ZY
LP2951CM
RGBGND RGBGND
NM2097-1
33R3
+3.3V
+3.3V
BUSSEL1
R35
2
FOR LVDD
U24C
1
4
1
0
0R3
R62
4 33DISPLAY
9
8
1
$33DISP
2
$DISPLAY 11
G3
1
2
DUMMY-R3
7
SOLCX125M
$GNT#1 3
BC66
BC111
BC110
SCD1U
SC1KP
SC4D7U10V5ZY
Acer Inc.
GAP-OPEN
365
(For NM2160)
Title
VGA Chip NM2097
Size Document Number
B
Date:
REV
97160-SB, VGA
February
3, 1998
Sheet
V14
10
of
28
RC2
6
10 R[0..7]
P3
R0
7
5
RR0
P2
R1
8
4
RR1
P10
R3
9
P18
R6
10
3
RR3
2
RR6
1
RN23
8
$R0
2
7
$R1
3
6
$R3
4
5
$R6
1
10 FLM
R41
2
LCDFLM
10R3
BC239
SRN22
1
R166
2
1
FLMXX
22R3
SC47P
EZAST11AAAJ
1
10 LP
R42
2
R165
2
1
LPXX
10R3
LCDLP
10R3
BC240
SC22P
RC1
6
P1
P15
P12
R2
7
5
RR2
1
2
RN22
8
7
R4
8
4
RR4
3
6
$R4
$R5
4
5
$R7
R5
9
3
$R2
1
10 MOD
R40
2
R7
10
2
1
BC238
SC22P
RR7
EZAST11AAAJ
L9
RC4
10 G[0..7]
P7
G0
G1
7
5
8
4
1
10 SHFCLK
6
P0
LCDMOD
10R3
RR5
SRN22
P21
R164
2
MODXX 1
22R3
GG0
GG1
P9
G3
9
3
GG3
P19
G6
10
2
GG6
1
2
RN25
8
7
3
6
4
5
2
R181
2
1
SHFCLKXX
56R3
L2
LCDXCLKXX
1
2
0R3
LCDXCLK
BK1608LL241
$G0
8-12mil
$G1
BC241
$G3
$G6
SC22P
SRN22
1
EZAST11AAAJ
BC213
+3.3V
SCD1U
+3.3V
1
RC3
R158
6
P6
G2
7
5
GG2
1
2
3
7
6
P14
G4
8
4
GG4
P17
G5
9
3
GG5
4
5
2
$G2
$G4
G7
10
2
GNDOUT
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
EN# OUT
8
7
LCDVDD
6
5
$G5
$G7
TPS2013D
10 $ENAVDD
GG7
1
R157
2
LCDFET_G 1
40mil
3
Q1
2N7002
2
100KR3
1
3
4
LCDVDDEN#
SRN22
P22
U2
1
2
47KR3
RN24
8
BC212
SC2D2U16V5ZY
EZAST11AAAJ
RC6
6
10 B[0..7]
P5
B0
7
5
BB0
P4
B1
8
4
BB1
P8
B3
9
P20
B6
10
3
BB3
2
BB6
1
RN27
8
2
7
3
4
6
5
CN6
$B0
$B1
$R0
$R1
$B3
$R3
$B6
$R6
1
39
2
38
37
3
4
36
5
$G1
35
34
6
7
$G3
$G6
33
8
32
31
9
10
$B0
$B1
30
11
29
28
12
13
27
14
26
25
15
16
24
17
23
22
18
19
21
20
LCDVDD
SRN22
$G0
2
1
40
R163
EZAST11AAAJ
DUMMY-R3
$B3
1
10 $DISPLAY
$B6
LCDMOD
LCDLP
RC5
6
P11
P13
LCDXCLK
B2
7
5
B4
8
4
$R7
$G2
$G4
$G5
$G7
$B2
$B4
$B5
40mil
LCDFLM
RN26
8
7
$B2
BB4
3
6
$B5
BC221
4
5
$B7
SCD1U
B5
9
3
BB5
B7
10
2
BB7
SRN22
LCDVDD
$B7
1
2
P23
LCD Connecter
$R5
BB2
P16
1
$R2
$R4
BC218
BC219
BC220
SC1KP
SCD1U
SC2D2U16V5ZY
SCNN40C
$B4
LCDVEE12
EZAST11AAAJ
Acer Inc.
365
Title
LCD Interface
Size Document Number
B
Date:
REV
97160-SB, LCD
January 21, 1998
Sheet
V14
11
of
28
+5V
1
+5V
INV+5VA
2
4 ID_DATA
1
BC125
SCD1U
4 33CCFT
+5V
1
R110
1
4
2
2
CCFTRES
3
10KR3
7
CCFT_ONXX#
SOHCT125
2
BC101
SC1KP
+5V
CCFT_ON
3
Q2
RN1424
1
2
R191
1
100R3
R112
510R3
2
U11A
1
R190
15KR3
BC131
SC1KP
Inverter
1
2
4 ID_CLK
R193
15KR3
R194
1
Up
2
100R3
+5V
INV+5VA
10 $FPBACK
1
4 CONTRAST
1
4
4
U11B
5
6
CNTRSTON
R113
ID_DATAXX
ID_CLKXX
CONTRAST_ON
CCFT_ON
$FPBACKXX
2
100R3
R116
5K1R3D
13
BC130
SC1KP
DCBATOUT
80mil
INV+5VA
2
2
CONTRAST_ON
CN12
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Orange
Blue
Green
White
Red
Gray
Black
Brown
Yellow
Purple
14
11
100R3
SOHCT125
7
1
R195
1
BC269
SC1KP
LCDVEE
BC132
SC1KP
HRS-CON12
BC143
SCD1U
Down
DCBATOUT
INV+5VA
CX1
INV+5VA
INV2951FB
+6V
SCD1U
1
2
3
4
UX1
OUT
INPUT
SENSE
FB
SD
5V/TAP
GND
ERROR
LP2951ACM
8
7
6
5
BC133
SC1KP
BC129
SC1U50V5ZY
BC145
SCD1U
CX2
SCD1U
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Title
LCD Inverter
Size
A
Date:
Document Number
97160-SB, INVERTER
January 8, 1998
Sheet
12
of
REV
V11
28
10
DDC_CLK
DDC_CLK 1
R156
2
100R3
10 HSYNC
1
HSYNC
R18
2
HSYNCXX
1
10R3
10 VSYNC
1
VSYNC
+3.3V
R17
2
R3
2
CRT Connecter
CRT_HS
0R3
VSYNCXX
10R3
1
R4
2
CRT_VS
CRT_VS
16
0R3
68.00031.001
CRT_B
2
1
2
D6
BAV99LT1
3
1
D7
BAV99LT1
3
BC3
SC47P
BC5
SC47P
CRT_HS
DDC_DATAXX
CRT_G
10
DDC_DATA
VSW1XX
1
DDC_DATA
R2
CN2
5
15
10
4
14
9
3
13
8
2
12
7
1
11
6
DDC_CLKXX
17
2
VIDEO-15-4-D
100R3
CRT_R
(RGBGND trace to VGA)
width-space
6-10mil
4
CRT#
CRT#
1
R21
2
1KR3
10 R
L6
1
2
NL322522T-2R2
L7
1
2
NL322522T-2R2
L8
1
2
NL322522T-2R2
R
10 G
G
10 B
B
CRT_R
BC35
SC1KP
CRT_G
CRT_B
+3.3V
1
D5
D1
2
D4
2
3
3
2
R16
75R3
2
R1
75R3
1
2
R155
75R3
BC1
SC47P
BC2
SC47P
BC4
SC47P
3
1
1
BAV99LT1
2
1
1
BAV99LT1
BAV99LT1
TRACE TO VGA AVSS & CRT RGBGND (6,7,8)
AVSS (91,99,100,104,105)
REXT (101)
(RGBGND trace to VGA)
1
6
2
7
11
6
+5V
DDC_CLK 1
R5
2 CRT+5V
2
4K7R3
1
DDC_DATA
DY1
1
Left
1
11
3
8
12
12
7
4
9
13
8
2
3
13
5
10
14
15
14
9
10
4
5
15
Right
S1N4148
(Top View)
R19
2
4K7R3
+5V
CRT#
1
R20
2
100KR3
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Title
CRT Interface
Size Document Number
B
97160-1, CRT
Date: February 26, 1998
Sheet
13
of
REV
V15
28
4
PIDE_D[0..15]
CN15
4
3
42
4
1
PIDE_DRQ
1
R222
2
2
21
HD_D9
3
22
HD_D7
HD_D10
4
23
HD_D6
PIDE_D4
1
10
HD_D11
5
24
HD_D5
PIDE_D5
2
9
PIDE_D0
R221
HD_D12
6
25
HD_D4
PIDE_D6
3
8
PIDE_D1
5K6R3HDD+5V
HD_D13
7
26
HD_D3
PIDE_D7
4
7
PIDE_D2
HD_D14
8
27
HD_D2
5
6
PIDE_D3
HD_D15
9
28
HD_D1
HD_DRQ
10
29
HD_D0
R128
HD_IOR#
11
30
4K7R3
HD_RDY
12
31
HD_DACK#
13
32
14
33
15
34
100R3
2
1
1
2
4 PIDE_AK#
HDD+5V
HD_D8
2
R101
1
HD_A2
HD_CS3#
33R3
16
35
17
36
18
19
37
38
20
39
RSTDRV#
5
RP18
SRP10K
HDD+5V
HD_IOW#
HDCN_PIN34
1
HD_A1
HD_A0
R224
2
100R3
SIRQI
RP17
1
HD_CS1#
HDD_LED#
R223
PIDE_D12
4K7R3
PIDE_D13
PIDE_D14
2
40
41
HDD+5V
4
PIDE_D15
1
1
2
10
9
3
8
4
5
7
6
PIDE_D8
PIDE_D9
PIDE_D10
PIDE_D11
R129
SRP10K
4K7R3
4
4
HRS-CON40
2
HDD+5V
HDD+5V
HDD conn.
PIDE_D0
PIDE_D1
PIDE_D2
PIDE_D3
1
2
RN35
8
7
3
6
4
5
HD_D0
HD_D1
HD_D2
HD_D3
SRN220
PIDE_D4
PIDE_D5
1
RN36
8
2
7
PIDE_D6
3
4
6
5
PIDE_D7
HD_D4
HD_D5
HD_D6
HD_D7
SRN220
4 PIDE_CS3#
60mil
1
R215
2
RN37
8
7
3
6
HD_D10
HD_D9
PIDE_D8
4
5
HD_D8
1
RN34
8
PIDE_D10
PIDE_D9
47R3
+5V
1
2
PIDE_D11
HD_CS3#
HD_D11
L5
1
2
HDD+5V
4 PIDE_CS1#
0R6
1
SRN220
HD_CS1#
47R3
TC13
BC160
CX19
PIDE_D15
PIDE_D14
ST22U
SCD1U
SC1KP
PIDE_D13
2
3
7
6
PIDE_D12
4
5
1
2
R120
2
4 PIDE_IOR#
1
R103
2
HD_D15
HD_D14
HD_D13
HD_D12
HD_IOR#
SRN220
47R3
4 PIDE_IOW#
1
R198
2
47R3
HD_IOW#
4 PIDE_A0
4 PIDE_A1
4 PIDE_A2
1
2
RN32
8
7
3
6
4
5
HD_A0
HD_A1
HD_A2
SRN47
HDD+5V
1
+5V
R117
2
4K7R3
+5V
BC158
SCD1U
1
4
PIDE_RDY
1
R225
2
HD_RDY
100R3
R126
47KR3
U13B
2
4
20 DR0#
1
4
6
5
7
+5V
MEDIA_LED# 27
SOHCT08
U13A
HDD_LED#
1
1
4
3
15 CDROM_LED#
HDCD_LED#
2
7
SOHCT08
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Title
HDD, media LED
Size Document Number
B
Date:
REV
97160-1, HDD
February 26, 1998
Sheet
V15
14
of
28
4
SIDE_D[0..15]
+5V
CDROM+5V
CDROM+5V
L4
1
RP8
SIDE_D7
1
10
SIDE_D6
2
9
SIDE_D0
SIDE_D5
3
8
SIDE_D1
SIDE_D4
4
5
7
6
SIDE_D2
2
FBM3225
1
SIDE_D3
2
TC17
BC301
BC302
ST22U
SCD1U
SC1KP
CDROM+5V
60mil
SRP10K
CDROM+5V
Up
CDROM+5V
BC144
RP9
RN6
SIDE_D15
1
10
SIDE_D14
SIDE_D13
2
9
3
8
SIDE_D8
SIDE_D9
SIDE_D12
4
7
SIDE_D10
5
6
SIDE_D11
4 SIDE_A0
4 SIDE_A1
4 SIDE_A2
1
8
CD_A0
2
7
3
6
CD_A1
CD_A2
4
5
X
SRN100
SRP10K
BC281
4 3MODE
CDROM+5V
1
1
R119
2
CD_CS3#
4
100R3
SIDE_D3
SIDE_D1
SIDE_D2
SIDE_D0
1
2
RN12
8
7
3
6
CD_D1
CD_D2
5
CD_D0
4
CD_D3
4 SIDE_CS1#
1
R214
2
CD_CS1#
1
SIDE_D6
2
3
7
6
SIDE_D7
4
5
SIDE_D4
SIDE_D5
43
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
22
23
21
100KR3
20
19
18
16
17
15
14
13
CD/FDD#
23
8-12mil
42
R217
2
100R3
CD_D6
CD_D7
4 SIDE_IOR#
1
20
DR0#20
DSKCHG#
20
MTR0#20
FDIR# 20
STEP# 20
WDATA#
20
WGATE#
20
TRK0#
20
WRTPRT#
20
RDATA# 20
HDSEL#20
8-12mil
CD_AUDR
23
12
10
11
9
8
7
CD_D6
CD_D5
6
4
5
3
CD_D4
2
1
44
41
CD_D3
CD_D1
CD_D4
CD_D5
INDEX#
CD_D7
CD_AUDL
SRN150
RN39
8
CN13
SCD1U
75 ohm
66.75036.080
CDROM+5V
4 SIDE_CS3#
BC280
SC4D7U16V6ZY
SC1KP
RSTDRV#
5
CD_D2
CD_D0
MOLEX-CONN40A
R102
2
CD_IOR#
Down
100R3
SRN150
SIDE_D8
SIDE_D9
SIDE_D10
SIDE_D11
1
2
RN40
8
7
3
6
CD_D9
CD_D10
4
5
CD_D11
CD_D8
SRN150
SIDE_D12
1
SIDE_D13
2
3
SIDE_D14
SIDE_D15
4
RN13
8
4 SIDE_IOW#
1
R197
2
CD_IOW#
CD-ROM 1st conn.
FDD conn.
100R3
4
SIDE_RDY
1
R244
2
CD_RDY
100R3
CD_D12
7
6
CD_D13
60mil
CD_D14
CD_D15
5
CDROM+5V
SRN150
Up
1
R246
1KR3
CN16
32
31
2
CDROM+5V
CD_IOW#
CD_INTR
CDROM+5V
INDEX#
1
CD_A0
2
R245
4K7R3
R201
2
14
CDROM_LED#
1
CDROM+5V
1KR3
R202
1
2
DSKCHG#
CD_A2
CDROM_LED#
4
1KR3
TRK0#
1
R135
2
1
SIDE_DRQ
CD_DRQ
30
29
28
26
27
25
24
23
22
21
20
18
19
17
16
15
14
12
13
11
10
9
8
6
7
5
4
3
2
1
CD_D14
100R3
R220
2
CD_D12
CD_D10
1
R134
1KR3
CD_D8
CDROM+5V
CD_RDY
CD_A1
CD_CS1#
1
CDROM+5V
CD2CN_PIN13
CD_IOR#
CD_D15
CD_D13
CD_D11
CD_D9
4 SIDE_AK#
4K7R3
2
R196
1
100R3
34
R219
1
2
WRTPRT#
R242
4K7R3
2
CD_CS3#
33
2
MOLEX-CONN30A
1KR3
RDATA#
1
R218
2
Down
1KR3
CD-ROM 2nd conn.
THESE RESISTORS MUST BE CLOSED FDD CONN.
+5V
U25F
1
4
13
CD_INTR
1
R243
2
SIRQII
4
12
7
SIRQII#
4
SOHCT14
100R3
1
R241
4K7R3
2
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Title
CDROM, Internal FDD
Size Document Number
B
Date:
REV
97160-SB, CD-FDD
February
3, 1998
Sheet
V14
15
of
28
+5V
U1
GND OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
EN# OC#
TPS2014
1
2
3
4
BC34
SCD1U
USB_ON#XX
+5V
2
USBPWR1
BC210
1
2
TC5
2 ST47U16VDK
R152
10KR3
2
R15
100KR3
R14
1
BC209
SCD1U
+5V
SCD1U
1
4 USB_ON#
80mil
8
7
6
5
$OVCR#0
1
4
CX20
SCD1U
10KR3
USBP00
USB conn.
+5V
1
4
USB_IN#
1
R151
2
2
1
R150
100KR3
6-10mil
4
4
USBP00
USBP01
USBPWR1
USBP00
USBP01
USB_PIN5
10KR3
6
1
2
3
4
5
7
R153
2
15KR3
CN1
USBP01
1
R154
2
15KR3
BERG-USB
BC211
SCD1U
DIRECTLY CONNECTING TO CHASSIS ( PIN 6 , 7 )
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Title
USB
Size
A
Date:
Document Number
97160-SB, USB
January 19, 1998
Sheet
16
of
REV
V14
28
20mil
+5V
+5V
SD[0..7]
4,5,18,19,20,23
1
R97
BC135
1KR3
SCD1U
2
CH+5VSB
U9
24
13
27 PWRGOOD#
4 RTCAS
4 RTCRW
14
15
17
4 RTCDS
18
RTCRST#
21
RTCRCL#
22
4 RTC256
RTCBC
1
20
2
G20
GAP-OPEN
2
3
2
G7
R
1
GAP-OPEN
R
T
X
1
SD7
10
SD6
9
AS
AD5
8
R/W#
AD4
7
AD3
DS
6
RST#
AD2
5
RCL#
AD1
4
EXTRAM
AD0
19
BC
INT#
23
X1
32K
1
MOT
12
X2
VSS
16
VSS
SD5
AD7
CS#
AD6
1
SD4
R98
SD3
10KR3
SD2
2
SD1
SD0
RTC_IRQ8#
RTC_IRQ8# 22
R
T
1
BQ3285LD
T
C
Easy to touch
11
VCC
R72
2
ENABLE#
ENABLE#27
C
1
X1
2
1KR3
X
2
BC104
C
XTAL-32.768KHZ
B
T
+
1
1
BC270
DUMMY-R3
DUMMY-R3
near Charger
BT1
BC134
BH-12
SC22P
2
SC1KP
$OSC32KI 4
1
BC271
+3.3V
2
2
U24D
1
4
1
3
near M1533
$OSC32KI
12
11
7
4,18 SA[0..15]
$PCM32K25,26
SOLCX125M
20mil
+5V
BC327
SCD1U
U28
SA0
SA1
SA2
SA3
SA4
SA5
SA6
SA7
SA8
SA9
SA10
4 ROMKBCS#
4,5 MEMR#
10
9
8
7
6
5
27
26
23
SA11
SA12
25
SA13
28
29
SA14
SA15
4 BIOSA16
12
11
4
3
2
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
VCC
SD0
14
DQ1
15
DQ2
17
DQ3
18
DQ4
19
DQ5
20
DQ6
21
DQ7
SD1
DQ0
PGM
A14
A15
A16
+5V
13
A11
A12
A13
32
VSS
SD2
SD3
SD4
4
5
6
3
2
1
SD5
D9
SD6
SD7
31
RB731U
MEMW#
4,5
SKT1
16
20mil
22
24
1
CE
VPP
30
OEA17/N.C
ROM_VPP
S128K8-150
BC326
BC325
SCD1U
SC2D2U16V5ZY
SSKT32
4 BIOSA17
FLSH2 2
3
Q6
S2N3906
1
PLCC ROM SOCKET
1
R259
+12V
10KR3
2
20mil
F
L
S
H
1
4 FLASH_ON
2
3
Q5
RN1424
1
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Title
RTC, ROM
Size Document Number
B
Date:
REV
97160-SA, RTC-ROM
December
2, 1997 Sheet
17
V10
of
28
40mil
4,5,17,18,20,23
SD[0..7]
SA[0..15]
4,18
+5V
GF1
SD6
35
36
SD7
37
SD5
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
27 PWRGOOD
50
MEMW#
4,5 MEMW#
MEMR#
4,5 MEMR#
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
4,5 IOR#
4,5 IOW#
4 AEN
IOCHRDY
4,5
62
63
64
65
4 RSTDRV
66
67
+5V
68
A1
A2
B1
B2
A3
B3
A4
B4
A5
B5
A6
B6
A7
A8
B7
B8
A9
B9
A10 B10
A11 B11
A12 B12
A13 B13
A14 B14
A15 B15
A16 B16
A17 B17
A18 B18
A19 B19
A20 B20
A21 B21
A22 B22
A23 B23
A24 B24
A25 B25
A26 B26
A27 B27
A28 B28
A29 B29
A30 B30
A31 B31
A32 B32
A33 B33
A34 B34
1
2
+5V
3
4
SA0
5
SA1
6
SA2
7
8
SA3
9
10
SA5
SA6
11
SA7
12
SA8
SA9
BC331
SA4
13
14
15
SCD1U
U30
SA10
+5V
SA11
SA12
16
17
18
1
R258
2
SA13
SA14
SA15
19
10KR3
SA12
1
SA13
2
SA14
3
AEN_G1
6
AEN
4
5
SA15
20
21
A
VCC
B
Y0
C
Y1
Y2
G1
Y3
G2A
G2B
Y4
Y5
16
15
12
11
10
Y6
8
GND Y7
22
16BIT_AEN
14
13
9
7
SOHCT138
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
SD0
31
SD1
SD2
32
33
SD3
34
SD4
MS-DBG-GF68
Golden Finger
30mil
+5V
BC305
BC306
BC307
SC2D2U16V5ZY
SC1KP
SCD1U
YMF+5VA
1
CN20
2
1
SA0
4
3
SD0
SA1
6
8
5
7
SD1
SA2
SA3
SA4
SA5
SA6
SA7
SA8
SA9
SA10
SA11
4,5,20,23
IRQ3
4,5,20
IRQ4
IRQ5
4,5,20,23
4,5,20,23
4,5
4 MODEM_OFF
10
9
12
14
11
13
16
15
18
20
17
19
22
21
24
26
23
25
28
27
30
32
29
31
34
33
IRQ11
36
38
35
37
IOW#
IOR#
40
39
42
44
41
43
MODEM_RI
46
45
48
50
47
49
52
51
IRQ10
IRQ11
R250
220KR3
U14C
2
SD2
SD3
1
4
9
MODEM_RI
8
SD4
21 COM1_RI
SD5
SD6
RIXX
10
7
1
SD7
TSAHCT86
R183
U14D
100KR3
1
4
12
2
11
$RI
13
7
$RI
4
TSAHCT86
1
25 $CARD_RI
16BIT_AEN
GAP-CLOSE
1
RJ11_GND
R124
100KR3
MODEM14M
9
IOCHRDY
+5V
2
20mil
RSTDRV
MODEM_SPKR
24
RJ11 CONN
30mil
SAM-CONN52D
L3
MD2CN_PIN1
1
CN19
FAX/MODEM 1st conn.
1
2
RJ11_PIN2
BLM31A601S
2
1
4
3
6
8
5
7
10
2
CN5
X
BC60
2KV
SC1KP1KV
10
1
2
9
SAM-CONN10D
MD2CN_PIN10
(Top View)
RV1
P3100SB
BC86
9
G24
2
1
2
3
4
X
GND
5
1
2
3
4
GND
6
SC1KP1KV
1
2
RJ11_PIN3
RJ11-11395
L10
BLM31A601S
RJ11_GND
2
52
1
51
RJ11_GND
30mil
FAX/MODEM 2nd conn.
Acer Inc.
365
Title
FAX/MODEM, Golden Finger
Size Document Number
B
Date:
REV
97160-SB, MODEM
February
4, 1998
Sheet
19
V11
of
28
+5V
BC82
SCD047U25V3KX
RS232_28
RS232_24
RS232_1
RS232_2
BC49
SCD33U16V3ZY
28
24
1
2
14
13
12
20
19
18
17
16
15
23
22
21
20 SOUT1#
20 RTS1#
20 DTR1#
19
COM1_RI
20
DSR1#
20
RI1#
20,22
CTS1#
20
SIN1
20
DCD1#
4321
5678
RN29
SRN10K
1
R54
10KR3
2
F
O
R
C
E
O
N
1
+5V
U16
C1+
VCC
C1V+
C2+
VC2T1IN
T1OUT
T2IN
T2OUT
T3IN
T3OUT
R2OUTB
R1OUT
R1IN
R2OUT
R2IN
R3OUT
R3IN
R4OUT
R4IN
R5OUT
R5IN
FORCEON
FORCEOFF#
INVALID#
GND
MAX3243
BC81
SCD33U16V3ZY
BC256
SCD1U
26
27
3
RS232_27
RS232_3
9
10
11
PSOUT1#
PRTS1#
PDTR1#
4
5
6
7
8
PDSR1#
PRI1#
PCTS1#
PSIN1
PDCD1#
BC50
SCD33U16V3ZY
25
R53
100KR3
2
+5V
Serial port
10
5
9
4
8
3
7
2
6
1
11
PRI1#
PDTR1#
PCTS1#
PSOUT1#
PRTS1#
PSIN1
PDSR1#
PDCD1#
BC26
SC680P
BC28
SC680P
BC27
SC680P
BC25
SC680P
BC24
SC680P
BC29
SC680P
BC31
SC680P
BC32
SC680P
CN4
(Top View)
RS232-9-4-D
Wide GND line
Acer Inc.
365
Title
Serial port
Size
A
Date:
Document Number
97160-1, SERIAL
March 1, 1998
Sheet
21
of
REV
V15
28
Parallel port
RP1
1
PAUTOFD#
2
PERROR#
10
9
PBUSY
3
8
PACK#
PSLCTIN#4
5
PRT+5V
7
PPE
6
PSLCT
PINIT#
PRT+5V
PRT+5V
CN3
26
1
R173
2
PSTROB#
(FDD+5V)
1KR3
1
PSTROB#
40mil
SRP1K
PAUTOFD#
14
PPD0
2
15
PERROR#
+5V
+5V
3
PPD1
16
PINIT#
1
D8
17
PSLCTIN#
S1N4148
5
PPD3
18
PNF
RP2
PPD4 1
PPD5 2
10
9
PPD3
PPD6 3
PPD7 4
8
PPD2
7
5
6
PPD1
PPD0
PRT+5V
4
PPD2
PRT+5V
2
U11C
1
4
9
4 3MODE
19
R192
1
2
3MODEXX
8
7
7
PPD5
P3MODE
+5V
SOHCT125
R161
2
21
PRT_PIN21
9
PPD7
R32
1: 720K/1.44M
22
150R6
20mil
PRT pin20=GND
8
PPD6
1
0: 1.2M
20
P3MODE
1
33R3
SRP1K
6
PPD4
1
0
10KR3
10
PACK#
23
2
1
R11
2
PBUSY
11
FDD_IN
24
12
PPE
FDD pin21=24 short
25
100KR3
13
PSLCT
27
PRNT25-4-D
CX3
SC2D2U16V5ZY
+12V
+5V
1
1
RY5
10KR3
2
+5V
RY4
100KR3
20 STROB#
2 via
2
CY2
CY3
SCD1U
SC4D7U16V6ZY
STROB#1
R51
2
Q3PIN4
1
RY6
2
PSTROB#
(DR0#)
33R3
BC12
U7
(FDD+5V)
SC100P
1
\
FDD5V_ON#
2
100KR3
1
7
8
R52
4
47KR3
2
Q3A
CY4
FDC6301N
SC1KP
5
6
3
Q3PIN3
20
PD[0..7]
PD0
U7DRAIN
PD1
PD2
40mil
PD3
1
2
RN19
8
7
3
6
4
5
PPD0
PPD1
PPD2
PPD3
4
3
1
R131
2
Q3B
FDC6301N
SI9956DY
1
FDD_INXX
SRN33
2
6
BC13
BC14
BC15
BC17
SC68P
SC68P
SC68P
SC68P
U7OUT
10KR3
40mil
F1
1
BC169
SCD1U
2
5
PSTROB#
MINISMDC110(FDD+5V)
40mil
1.1A/6V
1
RN20
8
PD6
2
3
7
6
PD7
4
5
PD4
PD5
PPD4
PPD5
PPD6
PPD7
SRN33
+5V
BC18
SC68P
BC19
SC68P
BC20
SC68P
BC21
SC68P
U25B
1
4
FDD_IN 1
R122
2
3
PNF#
4
PNF
PNF
4,20
100KR3
7
SOHCT14
20
20
ACK#
BUSY
20
PE
20
SLCT
ACK#
BUSY
PE
SLCT
1
2
RN21
8
7
3
6
4
5
+5V
PACK#
PBUSY
PPE
PSLCT
SRN33
BC297
BC47
BC48
BC22
BC23
SC68P
SC68P
SC68P
SC68P
SCD1U
1
RY2
100KR3
2
21 CTS1#
+5V
R111
2
1
CTS1# 1
SLCTIN#1
20 SLCTIN#
2
INIT#
20 INIT#
3
ERROR# ERROR#
20
4
AUTOFD#
20 AUTOFD#
RY3
2
0R3
$IRQ8#
4
RN18
8
PSLCTIN#
PINIT#
7
6
5
PERROR#
PAUTOFD#
SRN33
10KR3
+5V
+5V
BC16
SC68P
+5V
BC217
SC68P
BC216
SC68P
BC215
SC68P
+5V
D2
3
4
2
RTC_IRQ8#
5
1
BC122
1
R107
R125
SCD1U
+5V
BC30
47KR3
10KR3
17 RTC_IRQ8#
SCD1U
2
2
PBUSY
1
6
PBUSYXX
U13D
U10A
1
1
4
20 MTR0#
3
12
1
4
11
1
UY1B
2
PBUSYORPNF 13
2
RB731U
UY1
UY1A
3
7
7
SOHCT32
A
VCC
5
B
GND Y
4
SOHCT08
FDD_BUSY#
FDD_BUSY#4
Acer Inc.
NC7SZ08
365
PNF
Title
Parallel port, External FDD
Size Document Number
B
Date:
REV
97160-1, PARALLEL
March
4, 1998
Sheet
22
V15
of
28
+5V
OP+5V
L1
BC40
1
2
20mil
CN9
L_BYPASS
SPKR_L+
Left
1
2
SPKR_LFBM3225
SC1U10V3ZY
CON2-10
CX22
BC225
12mil trace
SC1KP
SC4D7U10V5ZY
BC43
R_BYPASS
CN10
SPKR_R+
SC1U10V3ZY
Right
1
SPKR_R-
2
CON2-10
BC39
SC100P
PH1
1
R23
2
1
HP_L
33KR3
5
R22
2
4
20KR3
23
MIC_IN
MIC_IN
1
3
R167
2
Left
2
MIC_PIN2
1
BK1608HM121
PH-JK24
BC38
BC36
SC1KP
SC100P
23 SOUND_L
1
SOUND_L
R168
2
LINE_L
1
33KR3
R169
2
33KR3
U4
HP_L
4
5
L_BYPASS
6
R24
2
1
ENAUDIO#
L BYPASS
L VDD
OP_PIN8 8
2
SHOUTDOWN
NC
NC
17
23
0R3
NC
18
R_BYPASS 19
20
HP_R
21
OP+5V
BC11
SCD1U
3
L OUT+
10
L OUT-
L LINE IN
L HP IN
7
OP+5V
R VDD
SPKR_L+
SPKR_L-
14
SE/BTL#
16
HP/LINE#
11
MUTE IN
9
MUTE OUT
1
GND/HS
12
GND/HS
13
GND/HS
24
GND/HS
HP_IN
ENAUDIO#
23
LINE_IN_R
LINE_IN_R
1
R160
2
BK1608HM121
ENAUDIO#
4
PH2
5
1
4
3
R26
100KR3
LI_PIN3
LI_PIN2
R7
23
2
LINE_IN_L
LINE_IN_L
1
2
Middle
2
1
BK1608HM121
R BYPASS
R HP IN
R OUT-
R LINE IN
R OUT+
15
SPKR_R-
22
SPKR_R+
PH-JK24
BC37
SCD1U
BC9
BC8
SC1KP
SC1KP
TPA0102
23 SOUND_R
SOUND_R
1
R171
2
LINE_R
1
33KR3
R10
2
33KR3
OP+5V
BC44
SC100P
SPKR_R+1
TC6
2
R6
SPRXX
1
ST100U10VDM
1
R172
2
HP_R
1
1
2
R50
4K7R3
BK1608HM121
2
R27
2
PH3
5
4
HP_IN
33KR3
20KR3
SPKR_L+ 1
BC227
TC4
2
SPLXX
ST100U10VDM
1
SP_PIN4
SP_PIN3
R159
2
3
Right
2
1
SP_PIN2
BK1608HM121
SC100P
PH-JK24
BC6
SC100P
80.10711.141
100uF,10V
BC7
SC100P
7343 (3mm)
+5V
1
R251
100KR3
BK1608HM102
2
YMF+5VA
1
19 MODEM_SPKR
U14A
1
1
4
BC353
SCD1U
3
4 SPKR
4
SPKRXX
2
1
7
TSAHCT86
R49
2
5
3
2
LINE_L
750KR3
(Top View)
U14B
4
1
4
BC354
6
BUZZERXX
BUZZER
1
R48
2
HP_L
5
SCD1U
7
750KR3
TSAHCT86
25 $CARD_SPKR
ACER INCORPORATED
365
Title
OP-AMP
Size Document Number
B
Date:
REV
97160-1, OP-AMP
March
1, 1998
Sheet
V15
24
of
28
Lower=Slot1=B, Upper=Slot0=A
Near Conn.
U21
15
16
+3.3V
17
1
+5V
2
30
7
+12V
24
8
AVPP
9
AVCC
10
AVCC
11
AVCC
3.3V
3.3V
3.3V
5V
5V
5V
BVCC
12V
BVCC
12V
BVCC
BVPP
6
14
4 $PCIRST#
3
25 SDATA
$PCM32K
17,25
4
5
25 SLATCH
RESET
LATCH
NC
GND
A3
A4
A5
ACAD0
BCAD1
A6
ACAD1
BCAD2
B7
A7
ACAD2
BCAD3
BCAD4
B8
A8
B9
A9
ACAD3
ACAD4
26
27
BCAD5
B10
A10
ACAD5
BCAD6
B11
A11
ACAD6
28
BCAD7
B12
A12
ACAD7
B13
A13
B14
A14
BCCBE#0
B15
A15
ACCBE#0
BCAD8
B16
A16
ACAD8
BCAD9
B17
A17
ACAD9
BCAD10
B18
A18
ACAD10
BCAD11
B19
A19
ACAD11
B20
A20
BCAD12
B21
A21
ACAD12
BCAD13
B22
A22
ACAD13
B23
B24
A23
A24
B25
A25
B26
B27
A26
A27
B28
A28
B29
B30
A29
A30
B31
A31
B32
B33
A32
A33
B34
A34
B35
B36
A35
A36
B37
A37
B38
B39
A38
A39
B40
A40
B41
B42
A41
A42
B43
A43
B44
A44
B45
B46
A45
A46
B47
A47
B48
B49
A48
A49
B50
A50
B51
B52
A51
A52
B53
A53
B54
B55
A54
A55
B56
A56
BCAD23
B57
B58
A57
A58
ACAD23
BCAD24
B59
A59
ACAD24
BCCBE#3
B60
B61
A60
A61
ACCBE#3
B62
A62
B63
B64
A63
A64
B65
A65
B66
B67
A66
A67
ACAD27
B68
A68
B69
A69
ACAD29
ACAD30
B70
B71
A70
A71
ACAD31
B72
A72
B73
B74
A73
A74
B75
A75
29
12
25
BRSVD/D14
NC
NC
OC#
25
B_VS1
BCAD14
BCAD15
BCCBE#1
BCAD16
1
2
10
9
3
8
ACPERR#
ACIRDY#
7
6
ACBLOCK#
4
5
25
BCPAR
25
BRSVD/A18
BCPERR#
25
25
SRP10K
BCBLOCK#
25
BCGNT#
25
BCSTOP#
25
BCINT#
BCDEVSEL#
25
A_SLOT_VCC
25 BCCLK
BCTRDY#
25
RP14
ACSTOP#
ACDEVSEL#
1
10
2
9
ACTRDY#
3
4
8
7
ACRST#
5
ACSTSCHG
25
25
BCIRDY#
BCFRAME#
BCCBE#2
BCAD17
6
BCAD18
BCAD19
BCAD20
SRP10K
25
B_SLOT_VCC
B_VS2
BCAD21
25 BCRST#
RP16
BCINT#
BCSERR#
BCREQ#
BCAUDIO
1
2
10
9
3
8
BCPERR#
BCIRDY#
4
5
7
6
BCBLOCK#
DUMMY
25
BCSERR#
25
BCREQ#
BCAD22
BCAD25
SRP10K
25
BCAUDIO
25
BCSTSCHG
BCAD26
B_SLOT_VCC
BCAD27
BCAD28
BCAD29
BCAD30
RP15
BCSTOP#
BCDEVSEL#
1
2
9
BCTRDY#
3
4
8
7
5
6
BCRST#
A2
B6
RP6
ACAUDIO
B2
B4
B5
BCCD1#
A_SLOT_VCC
ACSERR#
ACREQ#
A1
B3
TPS2206
ACINT#
CN11
B1
BCAD0
B_VPP
DATA
NC
18
22
23
10
BCSTSCHG
X
1st Field = 66.10336.100
25
BRSVD/D2
25
BCLKRUN#
25
BCCD2#
A_VPP
A_VPP
H
1
RESET#
CLOCK
A_SLOT_VCC
B_VPP
B_SLOT_VCC
25
NC
13
21
25
NC
NC
19
20
B_SLOT_VCC
A_VPP
A_SLOT_VCC
BCAD31
B76
1
R200
ACCD1#
25
BC265
BC121
SCD1U
SC1U50V5ZY
100KR3
2
A_SLOT_VCC
ARSVD/D14 25
1
A_VS1
25
BC263
BC264
SCD1U
SC1KP
TC11
2
ST22U
ACAD14
ACAD15
ACCBE#1
ACAD16
ACPAR 10,25
ARSVD/A18 10,25
ACPERR#
10,25
B_SLOT_VCC
ACBLOCK#
10,25
ACGNT# 25
ACSTOP#10,25
ACINT#
25
ACDEVSEL#
10,25
ACCLK25
ACTRDY#10,25
ACCBE#2
ACAD17
1
BC262
BC261
SCD1U
SC1KP
TC10
2
ST22U
B_VPP
ACIRDY# 10,25
ACFRAME#
10,25
ACAD18
1
ACAD19
ACAD20
A_VS2
ACAD21
ACAD22
25
R104
100KR3
BC260
BC120
SCD1U
SC1U50V5ZY
2
ACRST#25
ACSERR#
25
ACREQ# 25
Near 2206
ACAD25
ACAUDIO25
+3.3V
ACAD26
ACSTSCHG
25
ACAD28
1
BC287
ARSVD/D2 25
TC15
SCD1U
2
ST22U
ACLKRUN#
10,25
ACCD2#
25
A76
SRP10K
ZZ
A_SLOT_VCC
RN9
1
8
2
7
3
6
4
5
H
2
ACAD10
ACLKRUN#
B_SLOT_VCC
RN33
1
8
7
3
6
4
5
1
25,26
ACAD[0..8]
25
ACCBE#0
10,25
ACAD9
10,25
ACCBE#1
25,26
ACAD[10..11]
10,25
ACCBE#2
10,25
ACAD12
25
ACCBE#3
25
ACAD13
10,25
ACAD14
SKT2
BCCBE#0
BCAD10
BCLKRUN#
SRN10K
25
25
SSKT152
BCCBE#[0..3]
BCAD[0..31]
+3.3V
+5V
1
R240
20KR3
+3.3V
U13C
2
U12
$SMBDATA
$SMBCLK
1,4,5,8,9
1,4,5,8,9
4
SYS_TH#
+5V
ACCBE#0
SRN10K
2
AMP-CONN152
1
2
3
4
SDA
SCL
O.S.
GND
8
+VS
7
A0
6
A1
5
A2
LM75CIMX-3
ACCD2#
9
BCCD2#
10
1
4
8
7
1
BC153
R121
SCD1U
470R3
Pull-down 470
2
BC138
TC12
SCD1U
25
ACAD15
10,25
ACAD16
10,25
ACAD17
23,25
ACAD18
10,25
ACAD19
25,26
ACAD[20..31]
2
ST22U
+12V
BC139
BC140
SCD1U
SC1U50V5ZY
CARD_IN# 4
SOHCT08
Acer Inc.
365
Title
TPS2206 & SOCKET
Size Document Number
B
Date:
REV
97160-SB, SOCKET
February
3, 1998
Sheet
26
V14
of
28
R174
2
1
4 PWR_LED#
4 $SUSLED#
DC_PWRLED#
510R3
1
R175
2
R176
2
510R3
DC_SUSLED#
1
CH_BAT_USE#
1
14 MEDIA_LED#
BAT_USE#4
47KR3
10mil
510R3
1
Q_CHG#
R177
2
CH+5VSB
510R3
CN7
DC_MEDIA#
R179
2
1
DC_QCHG#
5
DC_CAPS#
6
DC_NUM#
7
16 MIL
8
+6V
1
BL1#
4
17 ENABLE#
11
13
14
CPU core
15
voltage
16
ON/OFF# 1
R77
2
470R3
CH_KBDATA
2
1
CH_KBCLK
4
18
19
X
X
X
TLMK 1.8V
20
21
X
0
X
P55C 2.47V
22
K6
23
24
X
X
0
0
X
X
2.15V
+5V
4
(BT+SENSE)
R78
1
2
$PWRBTN#
(KB+5V)
7
CH_BL2#
10
9
CH_BL1#
12
11
SIU
Q_CHG#
CH_DISABLE
14
13
16
15
CH_BAT_USE#
1
CH_GG3
CH_ON/OFF#
18
17
CH_GG2
2
7
CH_PWRBTN# 20
22
TH
19
CH_GG1
CH_GG0
3
6
4
5
24
23
26
25
28
27
30
32
29
31
34
33
36
38
35
37
40
39
42
41
DCBATOUT
28
16mil
CH+5VSB
21
BT-
RN2
8
GUAGE3 4
GUAGE2 4
GUAGE1 4
GUAGE0 4
(BT-SENSE)
SRN47K
+5V
200mil
BT-
1
R80
DUMMY-R3
DCBATOUT
2
SAMTEC-CONN42D
200 MIL
29
30
+12V
ON/OFF#
CH_GG1
31
DC+5VSB
Charger
32
33
PWRGIN
1 VSEL3
1 VSEL1
1 VSEL2
DCBATOUT
200mil
BT+
26
27
SCD1U
CH_MSCLK
5
8
25
2.25V
BC85
3
6
BT+
1KR3
CH_MSDATA
ENABLE#
17
VCORE
CH+5VSB
CN8
12
VCORE
50mil
+5V
R74
2
47KR3
10
+3.3V
(KB_GND)
47KR3
9
510R3
R73
2
3
4
510R3
18 NUM_LED#
1
BL2#
4
1
2
R178
2
1
18 CAPS_LED#
VSEL3VSEL1VSEL2
R58
2
34
35
36
37
DCBATOUT
38
39
200mil
40
SMS14001GS
BC56
BC59
BC58
SC10U35V0ZY SC10U35V0ZY SC10U35V0ZY
+6V
+3.3V
+5V
BC51
BC53
SC2D2U16V5ZY
SCD1U
VCORE
1
1
TC7
2 ST47U16VDK
TC8
2 ST47U16VDK
pdb: 80.1071D.341
CX23
SC1KP
100uF/16V M7343 Low ESR, Sprague
+5V
1
BC229
SCD1U
2
1
1
TC1
ST100U10VDM
2
TC9
BC52
ST100U10VDM
SCD1U
1
TC3
2
TC2
ST100U10VDM
2
U10C
ST100U10VDM
1
4
9
4 $OFFPWR2
8
DISABLEXX 1
R75
2
CH_DISABLE
10
4 DISABLE
100R3
7
SOHCT32
1
R76
1
1
R109
10KR3
R108
10KR3
10KR3
2
+5V
+5V
U25C
U25D
1
4
PWRGIN1
R33
2
5
PWRGINXX
1
1
4
6
9
8
2
2
+3.3V
R79
2
$PWRBTN#
10KR3
PWRGOOD
4,19
+5V
100KR3
+5V
7
7
SOHCT14
SOHCT14
BC54
1
SC100P
R57
2
SIU
8 76 5
RN5
PWRGOOD#
17
0R3
SRN10K
1 23 4
+5V
18 KBCLK
1
R71
2
CH_KBCLK
47R3
1
R148
18
KBDATA
18
MSDATA
1
100KR3
2
200 MIL
L11
BT+
1
200 MIL
1
BAT_IN#
R55
2
R149
2
1
BTINXX
10KR3
R260
2
10KR3
BTY+
1
2
CN18
6
7
BTY_IN#
3
8
TH
4
5
9
10
BT-
BTY+
18 MSCLK
CH_KBDATA
47R3
CH_MSDATA
47R3
2
FBM4532
4
1
R70
2
1
R56
2
CH_MSCLK
47R3
BTY_IN#
TH
BC103
BC102
BC83
BC84
BT-
SC47P
SC47P
SC47P
SC47P
BC340
BC328
BC329
SCD1U
SCD1U
SCD1U
BC208
BC330 200 MIL
SC1KP
SC1KP
AMP-CONN10B
Acer Inc.
CX6
SC1KP
365
Title
DC/DC, Charger, Battery board
Size Document Number
B
Date:
REV
97160-1, POWER
February 26, 1998
Sheet
V15
27
of
28
H1
5
1
2
4
3
6
BEETLE4
H7
H20
H5
H10
H3
H6
H21
HOLEA
HOLEB
HOLEC
HOLED
HOLER
HOLES
HOLEB
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
H8
H15
H16
H19
HOLEE
HOLEG
HOLEF
HOLEH
1
H2
HOLEI
1
1
H4
HOLEJ
H18
H13
H17
HOLEO
HOLEP
HOLEQ
1
1
H11
H9
HOLEK
HOLEL
1
1
1
1
1
1
H12
H14
HOLEM
HOLEN
Near LCD conn. : H4, H5
Near CPU Board : H13, H14, H17, H18
Near Battery conn. : H20, H21
1
1
Acer Inc.
365
Title
SKEW HOLEs
Size Document Number
B
Date:
REV
97160-SB, HOLE
January 22, 1998
Sheet
V14
28
of
28
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