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Genie
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Installation Guide
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Product Name:
Genie Book Size PC System
Manual Revision: 1.00 E718
Release Date:
February 2001
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FCC/CDC Statements
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Federal Communications Commission Statement
This device complies with FCC Rules Part 15. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
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This device may not cause harmful interference, and
This device must accept any interference received including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits
are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
manufacturer’s instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
WARNING! The use of shielded cables for connection of the monitor
to the graphics card is required to assure compliance with FCC
regulations. Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly
approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s
authority to operate this equipment.
Canadian Department of Communications Statement
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise
emissions from digital apparatus set out in the Radio Interference Regulations
of the Canadian Department of Communications.
This class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
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Table of Contents
Disclaimer/Copyrights ....................................................... 2
ASUS Contact Information ................................................ 3
FCC/CDC Statements ........................................................ 4
System Package Contents ................................................ 6
Introduction
About This Guide ................................................... 7
Audience ............................................................................. 8
Contents Description ......................................................... 8
Chapter 1
System Assembly................................................... 9
Opening the Chassis ....................................................... 10
Installing Disk Drives ....................................................... 11
Installing Optional Components ..................................... 13
I/O Plate ........................................................................ 13
PCI Expansion Card ..................................................... 13
Installing an IR-USB Module ........................................... 14
Installing the Motherboard .............................................. 15
Closing the Chassis ......................................................... 16
Chapter 2
Optional Procedures ............................................ 19
Changing the I/O Plate ..................................................... 20
Installing a PCI Expansion Card ..................................... 21
Chapter 3
System Placement ............................................... 23
Horizontal Placement ...................................................... 24
Vertical Placement ........................................................... 25
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System Package Contents
The following checklist enumerates the components included in the
standard system package.
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System Chassis
ASUS POLO Motherboard
Switching Power Supply
ASUS 24X CD-ROM Drive
CD-ROM Adapter Board
1.44MB Floppy Disk Drive
IR-USB Module
PCI Riser Card
CPU Heatsink
Motherboard Support CD
CD-ROM Drive Support Disk
(1) UltraDMA/33/66 IDE Cable
(1) UltraDMA/33 IDE Cable
(1) Floppy Cable
(1) IR Cable (5-pin)
(1) USB Cable (10-pin)
ASUS Name Plate
Motherboard User’s Manual
CD-ROM Drive Manual
Genie Book Size PC System Installation Guide
Optional Components (not included in standard system package)
1)
2)
3)
56K PCI Modem Card
DFP Connector with Cable
(2) Foot Stands and (1) Plastic Panel Cover
If you are assembling the system by yourself, make sure to prepare
all the components before starting. It saves you a lot of time not having
to hunt down components when you need them.
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You are reading the Genie Book Size PC
System Installation Guide. This reference
guide provides general information about
the Genie Book Size PC System.
“About This Guide” contains an
introduction on the contents of this
document that include target audience
and chapter description.
Genie Book Size PC System
About This Guide
Introduction
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Audience
Checklist
This guide is intended for experienced users and integrators with
hardware knowledge of personal computers.
Contents Description
This installation guide contains the following parts:
1. Introduction: About This Guide
This part contains an introduction on the contents of this document
that include target audience and chapter description. It also lists
the items included in the system package.
2. Chapter 1: System Assembly
This chapter includes step-by-step instructions on how to install
components in the Genie Book Size PC System.
3. Chapter 2: Optional Procedures
This chapter tells how to install optional components and perform
optional assembly procedures in the Genie Book Size PC System.
4. Chapter 3: System Placement
This chapter describes the different system placement options to
allow you to maximize your working area and afford you more
convenience.
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Introduction: About This Manual
This chapter includes step-by-step
instructions on how to install components
in the Genie Book Size PC System.
IMPORTANT: The Genie Book Size PC
System chassis is suitable only for Flex
ATX motherboards up to 20cm wide.
Before installing your motherboard and
other components, make sure that they
fit in the case and the I/O connectors
correspond to the I/O plate on the back
panel.
Genie Book Size PC System
System Assembly
Chapter 1
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Opening the Chassis
1. Remove the two screws
(indicated by black circles)
on the back panel that
secure the top cover to the
chassis.
2. Slide the top cover towards
the back panel, then lift it off
the chassis.
3. Detach the front panel by
lifting the holding tabs on
top.
4. Remove the whole disk
drive frame by holding it
firmly as shown, and lifting it
off the chassis.
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Chapter 1: System Assemby
Installing Disk Drives
1. Detach the CD-ROM frame
by sliding it back for a
quarter of an inch then
lifting it up.
2. Carefully insert a slim CDROM drive into the frame as
shown.
3. Secure the slim CD-ROM
drive with two screws (one
on each side).
4. Attach the slim CD-ROM
adapter board to the back of
the drive.
Genie Book Size PC System
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Installing Disk Drives
5. Secure the board with two
screws.
6. Insert a floppy disk drive
into the FDD bay as shown.
7. Secure the floppy drive to
the frame using four screws
(two on each side).
8. Carefully turn the disk drive
frame over and place a hard
disk drive on the HDD bay
as shown.
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Chapter 1: System Assemby
Installing Disk Drives
9. Secure the HDD to the
frame using four screws
(two on each side).
10. Carefully re-install the CDROM drive frame to the
main drive frame.
Installing Optional Components
IMPORTANT!
Install the optional components such as the I/O plate before
installing the motherboard.
I/O Plate
You may need to change the I/O plate on the chassis back panel if
the I/O connectors on your motherboard do not match the existing
plate. Change the I/O plate before installing the motherboard. Refer
to Chapter 2 for instructions on changing the I/O plate.
PCI Expansion Card
The chassis can accommodate one expansion card through a PCI
riser card. Install the PCI expansion card after you have installed
the motherboard. Refer to Chapter 2 for instructions on expansion
card installation.
Genie Book Size PC System
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Installing an IR-USB Module
1. Attach the L-type fastening
bracket to the IR-USB
module.
2. Install the IR-USB module
to the USB slot on the front
of the chassis.
3. Secure the IR-USB module
with a screw.
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Chapter 1: System Assemby
Installing the Motherboard
A FlexATX motherboard that
measures 19.05cm (7.5in) x
19.05am (7.5in) fits into the
Genie Book Size PC chassis.
1. Remove the riser card
holder by lifting it up and
unhooking it from the back
panel frame.
2. Place the motherboard into
the chassis as shown, and
making sure that the I/O
connectors fit the holes on
the I/O plate.
3. Secure the motherboard
with four screws on the
areas indicated by circles.
Genie Book Size PC System
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Closing the Chassis
1. Replace the disk drive
frame into the chassis as
shown.
2. Check the drive frame tab
on the front and make sure
it fits in place.
3. Re-install the riser card
holder by inserting the
hooks (indicated by circles)
into the holes on top of the
slot frame.
4. Push down the riser card
holder to secure the riser
card in place.
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Chapter 1: System Assemby
Closing the Chassis
5. Remove the CD-ROM drive
cover.
6. Replace the front panel by
inserting the two tabs
underneath the panel into
their corresponding holes
on the bottom of the
chassis. Push the panel in
until the top holding tabs
click in place.
7. Make sure that the holding
tabs on top are secure.
8. Replace the chassis top
cover by sliding it towards
the front panel until it fits in
place.
Genie Book Size PC System
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Closing the Chassis
9. Ensure that the lock tab
(indicated by circle) on the
back panel goes through
the hole at the back of the
top cover.
10. Secure the top cover to the
chassis using two screws.
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Chapter 1: System Assemby
This chapter tells how to install optional
components and perform optional
assembly procedures in the Genie Book
Size PC System.
Genie Book Size PC System
Optional Procedures
Chapter 2
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Changing the I/O Plate
1. Detach the I/O plate from
the chassis by sliding it to
the right. (CAUTION: Be
careful when removing the
I/O plate. The tabs that
secure it are tight.)
After removing the existing I/O
plate, the back panel exposes
an opening for the new I/O
plate to fit your motherboard I/O
connectors.
2. Install a new I/O plate by
fitting it to the I/O opening
and sliding it to the left until
it completely fits in place.
3. Make sure that the I/O
plate slide in behind the
securing tabs on the frame.
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Chapter 2: Optional Procedures
Installing a PCI Expansion Card
1. Lift the card locking tab to
access the PCI expansion
slot.
2. Remove the expansion slot
metal cover by sliding it to
the right.
3. Install the riser card to the
connector on the
motherboard.
4. Insert the golden fingers of
the PCI expansion card into
the riser card slot and push
in firmly to seat the card.
Genie Book Size PC System
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Installing a PCI Expansion Card
5. For card stability, make sure
that the card bracket end
goes into the cleft on the
slot frame.
6. Make sure that the notched
end of the card bracket fits
the protruding tabs on the
slot frame.
7. Push down the card locking
tab to secure the expansion
card in place.
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Chapter 2: Optional Procedures
This chapter describes the different
system placement options to allow you
to maximize your working area and afford
you more convenience.
Genie Book Size PC System
System Placement
Chapter 3
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Horizontal Placement
Normally, you place the Genie Book PC system flat (horizontal) on
the desk. The chassis comes with four rubber feet that prevent direct
contact with the surface.
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Chapter 3: System Placement
Ver tical Placement
You may also place the chassis in a vertical position to save space. If
you desire to position the system this way, you need to purchase an
optional pair of foot stands and a plastic panel cover for the bottom of
the system chassis.
Follow these steps to place the
system in a vertical position.
1) Remove the four pieces of
rubber feet on the bottom of
the system chassis.
2) Attach the plastic panel
cover to the bottom of the
chassis.
3) Position the foot stands
opposite the foot marks on
the panel cover.
4) Stabilize the system by
making sure that the foot
stands are properly
attached.
Genie Book Size PC System
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Chapter 3: System Placement
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