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DESKPOWER 5000 Series User’s Manual
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1.
2.
3.
Read these instructions carefully. Save these instructions for future reference.
Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product.
Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
4. Do not use this product near water.
5. Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, or table. The product may fall, causing serious
damage to the product.
6. Slots and openings in the cabinet and the back or bottom are provided for ventilation; to ensure reliable
operation of the product and to protect it from overheating, these openings must not be blocked or covered.
The openings should never be blocked by placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug, or other similar surface.
This product should never be placed near or over a radiator or heat register, or in a built-in installation
unless proper ventilation is provided.
7. This product should be operated from the type of power indicated on the marking label. If you are not
sure of the type of power available, consult your dealer or local power company.
8. This product is equipped with a 3-wire grounding-type plug, a plug having a third (grounding) pin. This
will only plug into a grounding-type power outlet. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the
plug into the outlet, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the purpose
of the grounding-type plug.
9. Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate this product where persons will walk on
the cord.
10. If an extension cord is used with this product, make sure that the total ampere rating of the equipment
plugged into the extension cord does not exceed the extension cord ampere rating. Also, make sure
that the total rating of all products plugged into the wall outlet does not exceed 15 amperes.
11. Never push objects of any kind into this product through cabinet slots as they may touch dangerous
voltage points that could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the product.
12. Do not attempt to service this product yourself, as opening or removing covers may expose you to
dangerous voltage points or other risks. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
13. Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the
following conditions:
a. When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
b. If liquid has been spilled into the product.
c. If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
d. If the product does not operate normally when the operating instructions are followed. Adjust
only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions since improper adjustment
of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified
technician to restore the product to normal condition.
e. If the product has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.
f.
If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance, indicating a need for service.
14. CAUTION. When replacing the battery, be sure to install it with the polarities in the correct position.
There is a danger of explosion if the battery is replaced with an incorrect type or is mistreated.
Do not recharge, disassemble or dispose of in fire. Replace only with the same or equivalent
type recommeded by the manufacturer. Dispose of the used battery according to the
manufacturer’s instructions.
15. Use only the proper type of power supply cord set (provided in your accessories box) for this unit. It
should be a detachable type: UL listed/CSA certified, BS1363,ASTA,SS145 certified, rated 10A 250V
minimum, VDE approved or its equivalent. Maximum length is 15 feet (4.6 meters).
■ Greetings
We thank you for purchasing the Fujitsu DESKPOWER 5000 personal computer.
This manual explains how to use the hardware of the DESKPOWER 5000.
Please read this manual carefully to ensure correct use of the DESKPOWER 5000.
This unit may malfunction if the power source is interrupted suddenly, for example, due to
lightning. Fujitsu recommends the use of an AC non-interruptible power supply unit.
(Based on guidelines for the prevention of sudden voltage interruptions by Japan Electronic
Industry Development Association (JEIDA).
This unit is class B information technology equipment based on the Voluntary Control Council
for Interference (VCCI) standard by Information Technology Equipment and may create
interference if used near radio or television receivers.
Use the unit in accordance with information provided in the manual.
This unit conforms to the Personal Computer Industry Standard (PC-11-1988) of the Japan
Electronic Industry Development Association (JEIDA).
This unit conforms to the harmonic guideline.
Because this product includes cargo based on the “Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade
Control Act,” the export of this product may require permission in accordance with said act.
Fujitsu, who is a participant of the International Energy Star Program, determines
that this product conforms to the International Energy Star Program Standard.
The International Energy Star Program is an international program for
promoting energy conservation of office equipment such as computers and
strives to develop and promote products capable of efficient energy use. This program is open
to all manufacturers, and the products to be developed include computers, displays, printers,
facsimiles, and copy machines. The same standard and markings (
) are used among
participating countries.
The energy-saving function of this product, however, may not be applicable because of
limitations with the operating system (such as Windows NT).
■ Conventions used in this manual
● Warning icons
Various icons and icon/word combinations are used in this manual to encourage users to use the
equipment so as to minimize personal risk and prevent property damage. The icons are explained
as follows. The user should be familiar with the icons before responding to the corresponding
instructions.
WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation that could result in fatal or serious
CAUTION
Indicates a hazardous situation that could result in personal injury and/or
wound if the correct procedure is not applied.
property damage if the correct procedure is not applied.
The following icons are also used with the above icon/word combinations to prevent personal
injury and/or property damage.
The icon
that indicates the corresponding instruction is a warning.
The illustration displayed inside or beside the icon shows what the
warning actually means.
The icon
that indicates the corresponding instruction is a banned
action.The illustration displayed inside or beside the icon shows what is
actually banned.
The icon ● that indicates the corresponding instruction is a command to
proceed. The illustration displayed inside or beside the icon shows what
to proceed.
● Representing keys and use thereof
In the text of the manual, keyboard keys are represented using only necessary characters as
shown below.
Example: [Ctrl] key, [Enter] key, and [→] key
When more than one key is to be pressed simultaneously, the keys are represented using "+"
between keys as shown below:
Example: [Ctrl] + [F3] and [Shift] + [↑]
● Representing buttons
Buttons displayed on the screen are enclosed in square brackets, [and], as shown below:
Example: [OK]
● Command entries
In the text of the manual, a command is represented as shown below:
diskcopy a: a:
↑ ↑
A blank (shown with [↑]) between characters indicates that the [Space] key (long bar on the front
of the keyboard) is to be pressed once. Command names are represented in lowercase but may
be entered using uppercase letters.
● Conventions used in the text of the manual
The symbols used in the text of the manual have meanings as explained below:
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???Help
Point indicates information necessary to run hardware or software.
Help indicates information explaining how to terminate an incorrect operation
or troubleshoot.
● Screen display examples
Screen displays provided in this manual are examples and may be different from those (including
file names) actually appearing on the display screen.
● Illustrations
Illustrations in this manual are an example using (mainly) the DESKPOWER 5000 (CD-ROM driveequipped model) and may be different from those actually appearing on your PC screen depending
on the model type and options installed.
● Custom-made options
Descriptions in this manual are based on the standard specifications.
Note that when custom-made options are installed, memory capacity, hard disk capacity, and
other specifications differ from the standard.
● Referencing products
In this manual, products are described using abbreviations as listed below:
Windows 98 refers to Microsoft ® Windows® 98 operating system.
Windows NT refers to Microsoft ® Windows NT® Workstation operating system Version 4.0.
Windows 2000 refers to Microsoft ® Windows® 2000 operating system.
MS-DOS refers to Microsoft(R) MS-DOS(R) operating system Version 6.2/V.
ICU refers to ISA Configuration Utility.
The terms "your PC," "the PC," "your PC main unit," and "the PC main unit" refer to the
DESKPOWER 5000
■ Warning and caution labels
The PC bears warning and caution labels as shown below.
The warning and caution labels must not be removed or damaged.
● Rear of the PC main unit
WARNING
Electric shock
To prevent electric shock,
switch off the PC and
connected peripherals and
unplug power cords from
respective outlets before
disassembling the unit and
installing a built-in option.
● Inside the PC main unit
WARNING
Electric shock To prevent electric
shock and/or fire, do
not remove the cover
of this unit, which
includes a high
voltage section.
WARNING
Electric shock
● Before mounting or dismounting an optional unit in/from your PC, switch
off the PC and all connected units and unplug all power cords from
respective outlets to prevent electric shock.
Manual configuration
Chapter 1
Installation and Connection
This chapter outlines precautions that should be noted when
installing the PC and explains how to connect various cables.
Consult this chapter before assembling the PC.
Chapter 2
Basic Operations
This chapter explains basic operations required to use the PC, such
as how to switch the power on and off and how to proceed with storage
media.
Consult this chapter.
Chapter 3
Installing Internal Options
This chapter explains how to install internal options such as hard disk
and expansion cards.
Consult this chapter as required.
Chapter 4
Troubleshooting
This chapter explains how to proceed if your PC does not operate
correctly or if an error message appears.
Consult this chapter as required.
Appendix
This appendix provides the name of each component of your PC,
information relevant to PC maintenance, the specification of the PC
main unit, and a list of precautions.
Consult this appendix.
Content
Chapter 1 Installation and Connection ............................................ 1
1 Installation ............................................................................. 2
Installation location .................................................................................... 2
Example of installing the PC ...................................................................... 2
Preventing electromagnetic interference with a TV or radio ....................... 3
2 Connection ............................................................................ 4
Attaching CRT display, keyboard, mouse, and LAN cables ....................... 5
Connecting the power cord ........................................................................ 6
Upon completion of all connections ........................................................... 6
Chapter 2 Basic Operations .............................................................. 7
1 Switching on .......................................................................... 8
2 Switching off ....................................................................... 10
Turning off the power via Windows 98 ..................................................... 10
Turning off the power via Windows NT .................................................... 11
3 Reset .................................................................................... 12
Resetting the PC via Windows 98 ............................................................ 12
Resetting the PC via Windows NT ........................................................... 12
Resetting the PC via Windows 2000 ........................................................ 13
Handling precautions ............................................................................... 14
Mounting and dismounting a floppy disk .................................................. 14
4 Floppy Disk .......................................................................... 14
Handling precautions ............................................................................... 16
5 CD-ROM ............................................................................... 16
Mounting and dismounting a CD-ROM disk ............................................ 17
6 Hard Disk ............................................................................. 18
What is a hard disk? ................................................................................ 18
Handling precautions ............................................................................... 18
Chapter 3 Installing Internal Options ............................................. 19
1 Introduction ......................................................................... 20
Handling precautions ............................................................................... 20
Installing positions of internal options ...................................................... 21
Removing the upper cover ....................................................................... 22
Removing the front panel ......................................................................... 22
2 Installing Memory Modules ................................................ 22
Memory .................................................................................................... 24
Installing an additional memory ............................................................... 24
Removing the memory ............................................................................. 25
3 Installing Expansion Cards ................................................ 26
Expansion cards for PCI bus (Plug & Play compatible cards) ................. 27
Expansion card installation procedure for a PC using Windows 98 ......... 28
Expansion card installation procedure for a PC using Windows NT ........ 29
Starting and terminating the ICU (For a PC using Windows NT) ............. 30
Installing an expansion card .................................................................... 31
4 Installing Expansion Bay Options ..................................... 33
Replacing a internal hard disk equipped as standard .............................. 35
Installing internal options to 3.5-inch expansion bays .............................. 37
Installing internal options to 5-inch expansion bays ................................. 41
Chapter 4 Troubleshooting .............................................................. 45
1 Error Messages ................................................................... 46
Error messages displayed by the PC ....................................................... 46
Correcting errors ...................................................................................... 49
2 Troubleshooting .................................................................. 50
Troubleshooting information on the computer main unit and peripheral
units ......................................................................................................... 50
Troubleshooting information on Windows 98 ........................................... 51
If an error recurs ...................................................................................... 52
Appendix .......................................................................................... 53
1 Name and Function of Each Component .......................... 54
Front of the PC main unit ......................................................................... 54
Rear of the PC main unit ......................................................................... 57
Inside the PC main unit ............................................................................ 58
Motherboard/riser board .......................................................................... 59
2 Standard Specifications ..................................................... 60
PC main unit specifications ...................................................................... 60
3 Cleaning Method ................................................................. 66
Cleaning the PC main unit ....................................................................... 66
Cleaning the keyboard ............................................................................. 66
Cleaning a CD-ROM ................................................................................ 66
Cleaning the mouse ................................................................................. 66
4 Supplement ......................................................................... 68
Peripheral devices and cables ................................................................. 68
Note on using the display ......................................................................... 68
Note on using an analog liquid crystal display ......................................... 68
Digital display output ................................................................................ 68
Replacing the display ............................................................................... 68
Display and power save mode ................................................................. 69
About USB (Windows 98/2000) ............................................................... 69
Wake up On LAN ..................................................................................... 70
Power Saving Function ............................................................................ 70
LAN Cable ............................................................................................... 70
LAN Adapter ............................................................................................ 70
USB Keyboard (Windows 98 model) ....................................................... 70
CD-ROM drive ......................................................................................... 71
Intel® processor serial number ................................................................ 71
Mouse with scroll function(wheel) ............................................................ 71
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Chapter 1 Installation and
Connection
This chapter outlines precautions that should be noted when installing the PC
and explains how to connect various cables.
1 Installation
This section provides notes on installing and using the PC.
■ Installation location
Do not install the PC in the following areas:
-
Area exposed to moisture, dust, or smoke
Area poorly ventilated
Area having open flames
Area that may expose the PC to water
Area exposed to direct sunlight or high temperatures.
Area having temperatures below 10 ˚C.
Area that are unusually small or crowded
Area having a strong magnetic field (close to a TV or speaker)
Area exposed to strong vibration and areas that are unstable such as an inclined surface
■ Example of installing the PC
Install the PC as follows.
CRT display
PC main unit
Keyboard
Mouse
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Confirm that the ventilation holes at the rear or on the bottom of the PC main unit are not blocked
when installing the PC.
2
■ Preventing electromagnetic interference with a TV or radio
Your PC complies with the VCCI Standard restricting electromagnetic interference with a TV or
radio. However, the computer may interfere with a TV or radio depending on the installation
location.
To prevent the PC from interfering with TV or radio reception, note the following:
● Precautions to be taken by the PC user
- Do not use the PC with the cover removed.
- Use the specified cable to connect the PC with a peripheral. Do not use an unauthorized cable.
- After installing a cable, ensure that the connector is firmly attached and the screws (if any) are
tight.
- Do not plug the PC in the same outlet as a TV or radio.
● Precautions to be taken by the TV or radio
-
Do not place a TV or radio near the PC.
Position TV or radio antennas in such a way that interference is minimized.
Stay away the antenna line of a TV or radio near from the PC.
Use coaxial cables as antenna feeders.
If interference with TV or radio reception continues after switching off the PC and peripherals,
check the above items again.
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2 Connection
Connect the display, keyboard, and power cord to your PC main unit
WARNING
Electric shock
Electric shock
Electric shock
● To prevent electric shock, ground the device
(if required) before providing power to the
equipment.
To prevent fire, do not connect the ground
wire to a gas pipe.
● To prevent electric shock, unplug the PC
main unit and connected equipment before
attaching and detaching a CRT display,
keyboard, mouse, LAN cables, and power
cords.
● To prevent electric shock, fire, and/or
malfunction, ensure that the display,
keyboard, and mouse are all Fujitsu brand
products.
CAUTION
Failure
● Ensure that cables are connected correctly.
Using the PC and peripherals when
connected incorrectly may result in a
malfunction.
Fire
● To prevent a fire and/or malfunction,
connect only the specified device to the AC
service outlet (if provided).
Injury
● To prevent injury and/or malfunction, do not
touch PC board components that are not
specified.
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To connect a LAN cable, use a twisted pair cable, which must be
purchased separately as it is not included with your PC package.
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Connect the LAN cable.
Secure one end of the twisted
pair cable (purchased
separately) to the LAN
connector at the rear of the
PC main unit.
Connect the LAN cable.
Secure the other end of the
twisted pair cable (purchased
separately) to the network
connector.
■ Attaching CRT display, keyboard, mouse, and LAN cables
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This section explains how to connect the CRT display so as to supply power from the PC main
unit. In this case, the power cord included with the CRT display is not used.
Connect the power cord to
the CRT display.
Secure one end of the power
cord (for CRT) to the inlet at
the rear of the CRT display.
Connect the power cord to
the outlet.
Secure the other end of the
power cord (for CRT) to the
outlet at the rear of the PC
main unit.
Connect the keyboard.
Secure the keyboard cable
connector to the keyboard
connector (ensuring that the
colors of the keyboard
connector and keyboard label
at the rear of the PC main
unit match and that the icon
on the keyboard cable
connector housing is facing
Connect the mouse.
Secure the mouse cable
connector to the mouse
connector (ensuring that the
colors of mouse connector
and mouse label at the rear
of the PC main unit match
and that the arrow on the
mouse cable connector
housing is facing up).
Connect the CRT cable to the
PC main unit.
Secure the CRT cable
connector to the CRT
connector at the rear of the
PC main unit and secure the
connector screws.
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■ Connecting the power cord
After connecting the display and other peripherals to the PC main unit, note the following when
connecting the power cord of the PC main unit.
-
Do not plug or unplug the power cord with wet hands.
Do not damage or remodel the power cord.
Do not bend, stretch, or place heavy objects on the power cord.
Do not use the PC if the power cord or plug is damaged
If the electrodes of the power cord plug or the corresponding outlet is dusty, wipe with a dry
cloth.
- Connect the power cord to a household power source.
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Do not plug the power cord of your PC in a multiple plug box. Do not entangle the keyboard and
mouse cables.
-
Unplug all power cords during an electrical storm.
If only a two-pin outlet is available, use the adapter plug provided and connect the ground wire.
When unplugging a power cord, secure the plug housing.
Ensure that the power plug is fully inserted into the outlet.
Unplug the PC when not being used for a period of time.
Attach the power plug to
the inlet on the rear of
the PC.
Connect the power plug to a
power source. Insert the other
end of the power plug into the
outlet.
■ Upon completion of all connections
Upon completion of all connections, fill out all user registration cards included with your PC
package.
The registration cards are used by manufacturers to obtain user information.
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2
Chapter 2 Basic Operations
This chapter explains basic operation methods of the PC such as how to turn the
power on and off and handle storage media.
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1 Switching on
This section explains how to switch on the PC.
CAUTION
Prohibited action
1
● To prevent malfunction after turning on the PC, do not move equipment or
subject equipment to shock and/or vibration.
Press the power switch of the CRT display.
There is no display.
2
Press the power switch of the PC main unit.
The power lamps of the PC main unit and CRT
display light up green.
When the power is switched on, the Power On
Self Test (POST) used to check the devices
inside the PC is performed.
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Power button
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- Before switching on the PC, make sure that display is connected. If the PC is switched on before
the display is connected, the display adapter may not be recognized, and the screen may not be
displayed normally. In this case, connect the display, terminate the OS, switch off the PC, and
then switch on the PC again.
- If the display area is not centered on the screen, adjust the CRT display.
- The power lamp lights up orange when the PC is placed in standby status.
- If POST detects abnormal conditions, an error message is displayed. For error messages, see
Section 1, " Error Messages," in Chapter 4, "Troubleshooting."
- If the CRT display power cord is connected to the PC main unit, the CRT display is switched on
simultaneously with the PC main unit. In this case, the power switch of the CRT display may
remain in the on position, thereby eliminating the need to set the switch at each operation.
Press the power switch of the PC main unit only when using the PC again, as described in step
2, at which time the display is switched on automatically.
- Wait about 10 seconds before switching the PC on or off again.
- When starting the screen display or switching the display mode, the screen may become
disordered or vertical lines may appear temporarily (at the start and end screens of Windows or
when returning from the power savings mode).
This is not an error.
- The refresh rate of the screen must be set according to the CRT display to be used. For extreme
overflow or inclination, adjust the CRT display.
After turning on the power, set up the PC.
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2 Switching off
This section explains how to turn off the PC.
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- Before turning off the power, terminate all jobs and save all necessary data.
- Before turning off the power, confirm that the access indicator lamps (
see Appendix 1, "Name
and Function of Each Component") of the floppy and hard disk drives are off. If the power is
turned off while the access indicator lamps are on, data may be lost or data in the floppy disk or
hard disk may be destroyed.
- If the power cord is unplugged from the outlet or the power is disconnected due to a power failure
while the PC is on, re-connect he power cord or wait until AC power recovers. When the power
recovers, the PC is automatically turned on and started. "Press <F2> to enter SETUP" may be
displayed at this time. In this case, press the [F2] key, check the Setup items from the menu,
and restart the PC.
- Do not turn off the PC while the POST is operating. To switch off the PC while the POST is
operating, press the power switch for at least four seconds and confirm that the power lamp
goes off.
- If the power is turned off during the POST operation due to a power failure or some other reason,
the message, [Press <F1> to resume, <F2> to setup], may be displayed at rebooting. In this
case, press [F2] key, confirm the setup menu, and then reboot.
- If the power lamp is on in orange, repress the power switch for at least four seconds.
■ Turning off the power via Windows 98
1
Click [Start].
The "Start" menu appears.
For Windows 98
10
2
Click [Shut Down].
The following dialog box appears.
For Windows 98
3
Check that "Shut down the computer?" has been selected and then click [OK].
The power is turned off automatically.
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If "APM Power Controls" on the BIOS setup menu is set to "Disabled," the message "The computer
is ready for shut down" is displayed. Since power is not automatically turned off, press the Power
button to turn off the power. (
See Section 5, "Power Menu," "BIOS Setup.")
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BIOS Setup
A guide to your Deskpower 5000 BIOS is available online. Please visit our technical support section
at www.fujitsu-pc-asia.com. Once there, click on the desktop series from the pull down menu and
select the appropriate desktop model.
■ Turning off the power via Windows NT
1
Click [Start].
The "Start" menu appears.
2
Click [Shut Down].
The following dialog box appears.
3
Check that "Shut down the computer?" has been selected and then click [Yes].
Turned off the system unit.
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3 Reset
The PC is reset after the operating system in configured or if software fails to run normally. This
section explains how to reset the PC.
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Resetting the PC results in memory data being lost. Before resetting, save all necessary data.
■ Resetting the PC via Windows 98
This section explains how to reset the PC via Windows 98.
1
Click [Start] and "Shut Down."
The "Shut Down Windows" dialog box appears.
2
Select "Restart the computer?" and then click [OK].
The PC is reset.
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If Windows 98 does not respond to the keyboard or mouse, reset the PC as follows:
1 Press [Ctrl] + [Alt] + [Delete].
The "Close Program" dialog box appears.
Follow the instructions in this dialog box.
■ Resetting the PC via Windows NT
This section explains how to reset the PC via Windows NT.
1
Click [Start] and "Shut Down."
The "Shut Down Windows" dialog box appears.
2
Select "Restart the computer?" and click [Yes].
The PC is reset.
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The following procedure can also be used to reset the PC:
1 Press [Ctrl] + [Alt] + [Delete].
The "Windows NT Security" dialog box appears.
2 Click [Shut Down].
The "Shut Down Computer" dialog box appears.
3 Select "Switch off power after shut down?" and click [OK].
The PC is reset.
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■ Resetting the PC via Windows 2000
This section explains how to reset the PC via Windows 2000.
1
Click [Start] and "Shut Down".
The "Shut Down Windows" dialog box appears.
2
Select [Restart] and click [OK].
The PC is reset.
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The following procedure can also be used to reset the PC:
1 Press [Ctrl] + [Alt] + [Delete].
The "Windows Security" dialog box appears.
2 Click [Shut Down].
The "Shut Down Windows" dialog box appears.
3 Select "Restart" and click [OK].
The PC is reset.
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4 Floppy Disk
A floppy disk is a storage medium used to save programs and other information.
This section explains how to mount and dismount floppy disks.
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Use a floppy disk formatted for DOS. If a disk other than DOS is used, the operation may not execute
correctly.
■ Handling precautions
To prevent malfunctions, note the following precautions regarding floppy disks:
-
Do not get wet.
Do not open the disk shutter.
Do not bend or place heavy objects thereon.
Do not expose to magnetic force.
Do not drop.
Do not store in areas exposed to high or low temperatures.
Do not store in a damp or dusty area.
Do not overlay labels.
Do not get wet.
■ Mounting and dismounting a floppy disk
● Mounting a floppy disk
1
With the label facing left, insert the floppy
disk into the drive shutter-end-first.
The floppy disk eject button clicks and is pushed out.
Floppy disk
eject button
Shutter
Label
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● Dismounting a floppy disk
1
Floppy disk access
indicator lamp
Confirm that the floppy disk access indicator
lamp is off.
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To prevent data from being destroyed, do not dismount a floppy disk from the drive when the floppy
disk access indicator lamp is on.
2
Press the floppy disk eject button.
The floppy disk is ejected.
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5 CD-ROM
Your PC incorporates a CD-ROM drive(depending on the model).
This section explains how to handle, mount, and dismount CD-ROM disks.
■ Handling precautions
To prevent malfunctions, note the following precautions regarding CD-ROM disks:
- Do not write on the label side (printed side) using a ball-point pen or pencil and do
not affix extra labels.
- Do not touch or scratch the data side.
- Do not bend or place heavy objects thereon.
- Clean using a dry soft cloth (do not use a cleaning solution).
- Do not get wet.
- Do not store in areas exposed to high or low temperatures.
- Do not store in damp or dusty areas.
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CD-ROMs (developed from music compact disks (CD)) are used to save PC information (such
as characters). The term "ROM" stands for "Read Only Memory," which means that the user can
only read data in the disk. The PC can read data from a CD-ROM disk but cannot write data onto
a disk.
The PC can read CD-ROM disks having the following markings:
COMPACT
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COMPACT
COMPACT
COMPACT
DIGITAL AUDIO
DIGITAL AUDIO
DIGITAL VIDEO
■ Mounting and dismounting a CD-ROM disk
● Mounting a CD-ROM
1
Press the EJECT button.
The CD-ROM tray is ejected.
BUSY lamp
EJECT button
2
With the label side of the CD-ROM disk
facing up, place the CD-ROM disk in the
center of the tray.
Label side
Tray
3
Press the EJECT button.
The tray retracts into the PC main unit and the CD-ROM is set.
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- When the CD-ROM is set, the BUSY lamp goes on. When the BUSY lamp goes off, proceed to
the next step.
- Pressing the EJECT button when inserting the tray does not set the tray correctly.
● Dismounting a CD-ROM
To dismount a CD-ROM disk, confirm that the BUSY lamp is off, then press the EJECT button as
shown above.
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6 Hard Disk
Your PC incorporates a built-in hard disk. This section outlines precautions to take when handling a
hard disk.
■ What is a hard disk?
A hard disk is used to save software and other data and
consists of a magnetic disk packed in a box as shown
on the right. A hard disk can save more data and can
read and write data faster than is possible with floppy
disks.
■ Handling precautions
To prevent malfunctions, note the following precautions regarding hard disks:
-
Do not move or subject the PC to shock and/or vibration with its power on.
Do not expose to extreme temperature changes.
Do not place in areas exposed to direct sunlight or near heating units.
Do not store in areas subjected to shock or vibration.
Do not store in damp or dusty areas.
Do not expose to a strong magnetic field.
Do not disassemble or remodel.
Do not get wet.
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- Because incorrect handling may destroy data in a hard disk, back up all necessary data.
- Because there is a difference in the storage capacity of same-type hard disks, back up data for
each file or segment, not for each hard disk.
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3
Chapter 3 Installing Internal
Options
This chapter explains how to install internal options such as hard disk and
expansion cards.
Consult this chapter as required.
1 Introduction
The features and performance of your PC can be upgraded by installing options. This section describes
the types of internal options that can be installed in the PC and explains how to remove the upper
cover and front panel in preparation for installing the internal options.
■ Handling precautions
Note the following when installing internal options:
- Before starting operation, switch off the PC and all connected peripherals and unplug power
cords from the AC outlets.
- Immediately after the PC is turned off, internal components and units of the PC are hot. When
installing and removing internal options, turn off the power and allow the PC to cool down for
about 10 minutes before starting operation.
- Do not disassemble the power supply unit (a box-shaped device inside the PC).
- Do not damage or remodel internal cables or units.
- Because internal options are PC boards with exposed soldered sections that may be damaged
by a static electrical charge, discharge any accumulated static electricity before handling.
- Secure the board by the metal bracket portions or an edge of the PC board such that the surface
of the PC board and the soldered sections are not handled.
- Installation and disassembly of options other than Fujitsu brand products void the warranty.
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■ Installing positions of internal options
Built-in hard disk (standard)
Replacing a hard disk with larger capacity
increases the storage capacity of the PC.
Expansion card slot
Expansion cards extend the range of
the features of the PC.
For example, installing a SCSI card
enables the use of a SCSI-standard
hard disk and a magneto-optical disk
drive.
Memory slot
Install the memory.
Memory expansion increases the
amount of data to be stored at
one time and enhances the
throughput of the PC.
3.5-inch file bay
Install 3.5-inch file bay options.
The usual devices installed are as follows.
- Hard disk (IDE standard, SCSI standard)
- Magneto-optic disk drive
- 3.5-inch floppy disk drive
5-inch file bay
Install 5-inch file bay options
(upper/lower bays)
The usual devices installed are as
follows.
- CD-ROM drive
- 5-inch floppy disk drive
- Hard disk
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■ Removing the upper cover
When installing internal options, remove the upper cover so as to reveal the inside of the main
unit.
1
Remove three screws at the rear of the PC
main unit.
2
Remove the upper cover.
2
Slide the upper cover to the rear of the PC main
unit (in the direction of arrow 1 in the figure)
1
Lift and remove the cover (in the direction of
arrow 2 in the figure).
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- To replace the cover, reverse the above procedure.
- If the upper cover of the PC main unit is left removed, the internal battery life will shorten. Keep
the duration when the upper cover is left removed at minimum requirement such as only for
installing internal options.
■ Removing the front panel
Remove the front panel when installing internal options in file bays. (Removal of the front panel is
not required when installing a hard disk in a 3.5-inch file bay.)
1
Release hooks in order from 1 to 4 and
pull out the front panel.
1
3
2
4
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To attach the front panel, secure the hooks in order from 1 to 4 in the figure.
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2 Installing Memory Modules
This section explains how to install and remove additional memory modules. Memory expansion in
your PC increases the amount of data to be read and enhances the throughput of the PC.
DIMM 1
DIMM 2
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To install a memory module, set up the PC, turn off the power, remove the AC power cord from
the outlet and install the memory module.
WARNING
Electric shock
● To prevent electric shock, before installing and removing memory modules,
turn off the PC and connected units and unplug power cords from respective
outlets.
Electric shock
● To prevent electric shock, fire, and/or malfunction, install only Fujitsu brand
memory modules in the PC.
CAUTION
Injury
Injury
● To prevent personal injury and/or malfunction, when installing and removing
memory modules, only remove screws from specified locations.
● To prevent injury and/or malfunction, do not touch PC board components not
specified.
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■ Memory
A total of up to 512 megabytes of memory modules can be installed.
A memory module has been installed in DIMM1 as standard.
Install a memory module to be added in DIMM2.
To ensure a total of 512 megabytes of memory, replace the memory module in DIMM1 with a
256-megabyte memory module.
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Install a Fujitsu genuine memory module to ensure PC operation.
■ Installing an additional memory
1
Remove the upper cover.
2
Push down the hooks at both ends of the
slot.
3
Insert the memory card into the slot.
Insert the memory module vertically while
aligning the memory module notches and the
socket keys. The hooks at both ends of the slot
are raised. Confirm that the memory card is
securely locked in place.
Notch
4
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Attach the upper cover.
■ Removing the memory
1
Remove the upper cover.
2
Open the hooks out at both ends of the slot
and remove the memory module.
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Note that opening the hooks out forcefully causes the memory card to pop out of the slot and may
cause a malfunction.
3
Attach the upper cover.
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3 Installing Expansion Cards
This section explains how to install expansion cards, which extend the range of the features of
your PC.
PCI bus
PCI bus
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-
To install an expansion card, set up the PC, turn off the power, and install the expansion card.
The first to fourth white slots from the top are for PCI cards.
Only a half-size expansion card can be installed in the first slot from the top.
When an expansion card using a serial port such as a modem card is installed, change the
duplicated serial port to "Not used" in the BIOS setup.
WARNING
Electric shock
● To prevent electric shock, before installing and removing expansion cards,
turn off the PC and connected units and unplug power cords from respective
outlets.
● To prevent electric shock, fire, and/or malfunction, install only Fujitsu brand
expansion cards in the PC.
CAUTION
Injury
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● To prevent injury, when installing and removing expansion cards, remove
screws only from specified locations.
Injury
● To prevent injury and/or malfunction, do not touch PC board components not
specified.
● To prevent injury and/or device failure, do not touch the metal bracket on the
motherboard at the rear of the PC main unit.
To install expansion cards, "resources" must be set.
The floppy disk drive or hard disk drive inside the PC uses predetermined paths specific to those
devices when transferring data with the CPU and memory.
These paths include I/O port addresses, DMA channels, and interrupt levels (IRQ), which are
generally called "resources."
Before installing expansion cards, read the following descriptions.
■ Expansion cards for PCI bus (Plug & Play compatible cards)
When PCI bus expansion cards are installed, resources are set automatically.
Card installation procedures differ depending on the operating system.
Card installation procedure:
For PCs using Windows 98,
see "Expansion card installation procedure for a PC using Windows 98 on page 28)
(
For PCs using Windows NT,
(
see "Expansion card installation procedure for a PC using Windows NT on page 29)
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■ Expansion card installation procedure for a PC using
Windows 98
Start
Before installing the expansion card,
check resources that can be set for the
expansion card to be installed.
See the manual included with the
expansion card.
Are the resources required by the expansion
card unused resources of the PC?
Yes
No
Release the resources by
disabling the expansion card or
hardware that will not be used by
the PC.
Is the expansion card to be installed
Plug & Play compatible?
Yes
No
See the manual included with the
expansion card.
Turning on the PC after installing the
expansion card sets the device drive
and resources automatically.
See "Installing an
expansion card"
subsequently
described in this
section.
Allocate the resources required by the
expansion card to idle resources of the
PC (by pin setting for resource allocation).
Install the expansion card.
Set the device driver for the expansion
card.
For the allocation
procedure, see the
manual included with
the expansion card.
See "Installing an
expansion card"
subsequently
described in this section.
End. The expansion card is ready for use.
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- A device driver selected by the Plug & Play function has already been registered with Windows
98/2000. However, some device drivers have not been registered with Windows 98/2000,
depending on the expansion card or peripheral device. In this case, use the floppy disk included
with the expansion card containing the device drivers to set up the driver in accordance with the
messages.
- Confirm that the device driver has been registered by the device manager before using the
expansion card. If not registered, delete the device driver and restart Windows 98/2000.
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■ Expansion card installation procedure for a PC using
Windows NT
Start
Before installing the expansion card,
check the resources that can be set for
the expansion card to be installed.
See the manual included with the
expansion card.
Are the resources required by the expansion
card unused resources of the PC?
Yes
No
Release the resources by
disabling the expansion card or
the hardware that will not be used
by the PC.
Is the expansion card to be installed
Plug & Play compatible?
Yes
Install the expansion card.
See "Installing an
expansion card"
subsequently
described in this
section.
Lock the resources.
No
See the manual included with the
expansion card.
Register the resources required by
the expansion card.
Allocate the resources required by
the expansion card to idle resources
of the PC (by pin setting for resource
allocation).
For the allocation procedure, see the manual
included with the expansion card.
Install the expansion card.
See the manual included with the
expansion card.
Set the device driver for the expansion card.
For the setup procedure, see the
manual included with the expansion
card.
End. The expansion card is ready for use.
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■ Starting and terminating the ICU (For a PC using Windows NT)
This section explains how to start and terminate the ICU using Windows NT.
1
If the PC is turned on, turn it off.
2
Confirm that the "boot disk" is in write-enable status, insert in the floppy disk drive, then
turn on the PC.
MS-DOS is started.
3
Confirm that the "Plug and Play kit for MS-DOS(R) ICU R1.21 disk 1" is in write-enable status,
replace the disk with the "boot disk", then enter the following character string and press
the [Enter] key:
icu
The ICU is started.
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- Do not remove the "Plug and Play kit for MS-DOS(R) ICU R1.21 disk 1" from the floppy disk
drive when using the ICU.
- Use the keyboard for all ICU operations.
- Do not set the PCI devices to "Disabled" with the ICU. The devices may not be reset to "Enabled."
4
Set up the resources.
When resource setup is terminated, terminate the ICU.
5
Press [Alt]+[F].
The pull-down menu appears.
6
Select the "Exit" command and press the [Enter] key.
7
Turn off the PC main unit.
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■ Installing an expansion card
To install a large expansion card, remove the motherboard as shown in step 3. To install a small
expansion card, steps 2, 3, 7, and 8 are not required.
1
Remove the upper cover.
2
Remove the retaining metal bracket at the
side (for installing a large expansion card).
Remove the screw, open the retaining metal
bracket in the direction of arrow 1 , and remove
the bracket in the direction of arrow 2 .
1
2
3
Slide the motherboard (for installing a
small expansion card).
Raise the lever about 90 degrees and pull out
the motherboard.
Lever
4
Remove the slot cover.
Remove the screw to remove the retaining metal
bracket, then remove the slot cover to install the
expansion card.
5
Insert the expansion card into the
connector.
Insert the expansion card firmly into the
connector.
Expansion slot
Expansion
card terminal
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6
Secure the expansion card with the screw.
Secure the expansion card with the screw
removed in step 4.
7
Install the motherboard (when a large
expansion card has been installed).
Firmly insert the motherboard and hold it down
with the lever.
Label
Lever
8
Install the retaining metal bracket at the side
(for installing a large expansion card).
Insert the hooks of the retaining metal bracket
into the groove at the front of the PC main unit,
then attach the metal bracket.
Secure the metal bracket with the screw
removed in step 2.
9
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Attach the upper cover.
4 Installing Expansion Bay Options
This section explains how to install expansion bay options such as internal hard disk, magneto-optic
disk drive, CD-ROM drive, and floppy disk drive. The power can be supplied from the PC main unit to
the expansion bay options, differing from external-type devices; therefore, an outlet is not required.
This is also useful in saving space.
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- To install expansion bay options, set up the PC, turn off the power, and then install the options.
- The internal hard disk supporting Ultra DMA/66 can be used by setting it to Ultra DMA/66.
To connect a hard disk not supported by Ultra DMA/33, be sure to set the DMA to OFF. If the PC
is used while the DMA is set to ON by mistake, it may malfunction and data may be lost.
Consult with the user's guide that comes with the hard disk, to check whether the additional
hard disk supports Ultra DMA/33.
- On the secondary IDE side, Ultra DMA/33 is not supported.
- Use the CD-ROM drive, equipped as a standard feature, without modifying its connection to the
secondary IDE. To add a hard disk or magneto-optic disk drive to the secondary IDE, reconnect
the hard disk or magneto-optic disk drive to the master connector and reconnect the CD-ROM
to the slave connector.
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WARNING
Electric shock
Electric shock
● To prevent an electric shock, turn off the PC and connected units and unplug
power cords from respective outlets before installing internal options in, or
removing them from the expansion bay.
● To prevent an electric shock, fire, and/or malfunction, install only Fujitsu
genuine internal options in the PC expansion bay.
CAUTION
Injury
● To prevent personal injury and/or malfunction, remove screws only from the
locations specified when installing internal bay options in, or removing them
from the expansion bay.
Injury
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● To prevent injury and/or malfunction, do not touch any components in
locations on the PC board that are not mentioned in any of the relevant
documents.
■ Replacing a internal hard disk equipped as standard
This section explains how to replace a standard-equipped internal hard disk with a hard disk of
larger capacity.
1
Set up the jumper switch.
See the manual accompanying the internal hard
disk and make sure that the jumper switch has
been set to master, or cable select.
2
If retaining metal brackets are mounted on
both sides of the internal hard disk to be
replaced, remove them.
Remove the screws (4) to remove the retaining
metal brackets.
3
Remove the upper cover.
4
Disconnect the hard disk cables.
Disconnect the power cord and flat cables
connected to the hard disk.
5
Remove the retaining metal bracket.
Remove the screw (one), then remove the
retaining metal bracket by sliding it in the
direction of arrow 1 , then arrow 2 , and then lift
it in the direction of arrow 3 .
3
1
2
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6
Replace the internal hard disk.
Remove the four blue screws on the back of the
retaining metal bracket, and then remove the
standard-equipped hard disk. Then, use the blue
screws to install the new hard disk.
7
Install the internal hard disk in the PC main
unit.
Install the retaining metal bracket in the original
position by lowering it in the direction of arrow
1 , sliding it in the direction of arrow 2 , and then
sliding it again in the direction of arrow 3 . Then,
secure the retaining metal bracket with the screw
that was removed in step 5.
8
Connect the cables to the hard disk.
Reconnect the power cord and flat cables that
were disconnected in step 4.
Be sure to connect the flat cables to the
connector with the MASTER marking.
To prevent malfunction, be sure to place the
cables back in their original positions.
9
Attach the upper cover.
1
3
2
10 Use BIOS setup to set the hard disk.
Set the type of the installed hard disk by BIOS
setup (
see "Primary master/slave" in "Main
Menu," "BIOS Setup").
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BIOS Setup
A guide to your Deskpower 5000 BIOS is available online. Please visit our technical support section
at www.fujitsu-pc-asia.com. Once there, click on the desktop series from the pull down menu and
select the appropriate desktop model.
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■ Installing internal options to 3.5-inch expansion bays
This section explains how to install 3.5-inch expansion bay options such as a 3.5-inch internal
hard disk, magneto-optic disk drive, and 3.5-inch floppy disk drive. A magneto-optic disk drive
is used below in an installation example.
P
1
Set the internal option.
See the manual accompanying the internal
options to set the following items.
- To install an IDE-standard internal option:
Set the master, slave, and cable selection.
- To install a SCSI interface internal option:
Set the SCSI ID.
2
If retaining metal brackets are mounted on
both sides of the internal hard disk to be
installed, remove them.
OF
F
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
Remove the screws (four) to remove the
retaining metal brackets.
3
Remove the upper cover.
4
Remove the front panel.
The front panel does not need to be removed
when installing a hard disk.
5
Remove the blank panel.
Remove the screw (one) to remove the blank
panel.
The blank panel does not need to be removed
when installing a hard disk.
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6
Remove the retaining metal bracket from the
PC main unit.
Slide the retaining metal bracket toward the rear
side of the PC main unit, and then lift and remove
the retaining metal bracket.
7
Install a internal option in the retaining metal
bracket.
Secure the internal option with the four screws
that were removed in step 2.
- To install a magneto-optic disk drive:
Install the magneto-optic disk drive in position
1 in the figure.
1
- To install a hard disk:
Install the hard disk drive in position 2 in the
figure.Use the blue screws accompanying the
internal options to secure the hard disk.
2
8
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Install the internal option in the PC main unit.
Slide the internal option toward the front side and
install it.
9
Connect the flat cable.
Connect the flat cable that is appropriate for the
internal option to be installed.
- To install two IDE-standard internal options to
the IDE secondary cable (if one of the options
is a hard disk), install the hard disk at the
master side.
Connected when set to the slave
Connected when set to the master
Connected to the riser board
Pin 1
Blue or red line
MASTER
SLAVE
- To install a SCSI interface internal option:
Connect the flat cable to the SCSI card in the
expansion slot.
- To install a floppy disk drive:
Connect the flat cable to the expansion card
of the internal floppy disk drive in the
expansion slot.
10 Connect the power cord.
Connect the unused power cord to the
connector of the installed internal option.
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11 Attach the front panel.
Rear of
the panel
Remove the blank panel for a 3.5-inch
expansion bay from the rear side of the front
panel as required in the arrow direction shown
in the figure.
12 Attach the upper cover.
Hook
Bend the
hook inward.
3-inch blank panel
13 Use BIOS setup to configure the internal
option.
To configure the installed IDE-standard internal
option, use the main menu of BIOS setup (
see "Main Menu,""BIOS Setup").
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To remove the internal option, reverse the above procedure.
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BIOS Setup
A guide to your Deskpower 5000 BIOS is available online. Please visit our technical support
section at www.fujitsu-pc-asia.com. Once there, click on the desktop series from the pull down
menu and select the appropriate desktop model.
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■ Installing internal options to 5-inch expansion bays
This section explains how to install 5-inch expansion bay options such as CD-ROM drive and 5inch floppy disk drive. A CD-ROM drive is used below in an example of installation. Up to two 5inch expansion bay options can be installed in your PC.
¤ Point
The retaining metal bracket is required for installing a 3.5-inch hard disk or magneto-optic disk
drive.
Retaining
metal bracket
1
Configure the internal option.
See the manual accompanying the internal options to configure the following items.
- To install an IDE-standard internal option:
Set the master, slave, and cable select.
- To install a SCSI interface internal option:
Configure the SCSI ID.
2
Remove the upper cover.
3
Remove the front panel.
4
Remove the blank panel (for installing the
internal option to the lower 5-inch expansion
bay).
Remove a screw to remove the blank panel.
5
Insert the internal option from the front side
of the PC main unit
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6
Secure the internal option with two screws.
7
Connect the flat cable.
Connect the flat cable appropriate for the internal
option to be installed.
- To install an IDE-standard internal option,
connect the flat cable to the master or slave
connector according to the setting of the
internal option.
If a magneto-optic disk has been installed by
a custom-made specification, connect the
magneto-optic disk drive to the master
connector and the other internal option to the
slave connector. However, to install a hard
disk, connect the hard disk to the master
connector and connect the magneto-optic disk
drive to the slave connector.
Connected when set to the slave
Connected when set to the master
Connected to the riser board
Pin 1
Blue or red line
MASTER
SLAVE
- To install a SCSI interface internal option:
Connect the flat cable to the SCSI card in the
expansion slot.
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- To install a floppy disk drive:
Connect the flat cable to the expansion card
of the internal floppy disk drive in the expansion
slot.
8
Connect the power cord.
Connect the unused power cord to the connector
of the installed internal option.
9
Install the blank panel (for an option that
does not require a medium be mounted/
dismounted)
Install the blank panel with the screw that were
removed in step 4.
10 Attach the front panel.
Rear of
the panel
Install or remove the blank panel as required.
Hook
Bend the
hook inward.
5-inch blank panel
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To install a 3.5-inch floppy disk drive or magneto-optic disk drive, install the accessory expansion
bay panel to the front panel by screws.
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11 Attach the upper cover.
12 Use BIOS setup to configure the internal option.
To configure the IDE-standard installed internal option, use the main menu of BIOS setup
see "Main Menu," "BIOS Setup").
(
¤ Point
BIOS Setup
A guide to your Deskpower 5000 BIOS is available online. Please visit our technical support section
at www.fujitsu-pc-asia.com. Once there, click on the desktop series from the pull down menu and
select the appropriate desktop model.
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Chapter 4 Troubleshooting
This chapter explains the procedure to follow if the computer does not operate
as expected.
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1 Error Messages
This section provides a list of error messages and suitable responses thereto. Consult this section
as required.
■ Error messages displayed by the PC
Error Message
Description and necessary action
An error occurred at address
If an extended RAM module is used, remove the
xxxx during a system memory
module and determine whether the error recurs. If this
test.
message is not displayed, an extended RAM module
error is expected. Replace with another extended
RAM module and determine whether the error recurs.
If the error recurs, contact a dealer or the Fujitsu
service center.
An error occurred at address
Confirm that the extended RAM module is mounted
xxxx during an additional
properly and is a Fujitsu product. If the error recurs,
memory test.
contact a dealer or the Fujitsu service center.
System cache error-Cache
contact a dealer or the Fujitsu service center.
disabled
An error occurred during a
Set the MAIN switch to OFF, then wait ten seconds
keyboard controller test.
and set to ON again. If the message is still displayed,
contact a dealer or the Fujitsu service center.
An error occurred during a
If an external keyboard is connected, confirm that it is
keyboard test.
connected correctly and turn on the power again. If
this message is still displayed, contact a dealer or the
Fujitsu service center.
An error occurred during a
Confirm that 'Floppy Disk Drive A' is set properly on
floppy disk drive test.
the BIOS setup main menu and that the floppy disk
drive is mounted correctly.
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Error Message
Description and necessary action
An invalid hard disk drive was set. Confirm ‘Primary master’ or ‘Secondary master’ on the
BIOS setup main menu. If the message is still displayed,
contact a dealer or the your local distributor.
Turn the power off, then on again.
If the message is still displayed, contact a dealer or the
your local distributor.
Confirm BIOS setup items, then
If the message is still displayed, contact a dealer or the
save.
your local distributor.
Because the computer was not
This message is displayed if an invalid BIOS setup value
booted correctly last time, some
is defined to boot the system, the power is turned off
of the setup values are reset to
during boot, or the computer is rebooted three or more
defaults.
times in the same operation. To continue booting, press
the F1 key. To run the BIOS setup utility and check setup
values, press the F2 key.
If an error occurs during POST,
To boot booting the OS, press the F1 key. To run the BIOS
this message is displayed before
setup utility and change setup values, press the F2 key.
the OS boots.
Check date and time settings
Confirm 'System Time' and 'System Date.'
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Error Message
Description and necessary action
Invalid system disk
Replace the disk, and then press any key
This message is displayed when the PC is switched
on while a floppy disk other then a system disk is set in
the floppy disk drive. Remove the floppy disk and
press any key.
Non-System disk or disk error
Replace and press any key when ready
This message is displayed when the PC is switched
on while a floppy disk other then a system disk is set in
the floppy disk drive. Remove the floppy disk and
press any key.
Operating system not found
OS cannot be found. Confirm that the drive is
correctly set at BIOS setup or the OS is installed in the
specified drive.
An error occurred during
The LAN cable is not correctly connected. Connect
execution of the Execution
the LAN cable correctly.
Environment.
An error occurred during
The IP address required to boot the PC was not
execution of the Preboot
obtained. Set the boot server correctly, or set 'Boot
Execution Environment.
from the network server' to Disabled on the BIOS
setup menu.
An error occurred during
The boot filename was not obtained from the boot
execution of the Preboot
server. Set the boot server correctly, or set 'Boot from
Execution Environment.
the network server' to Disabled on the BIOS setup
menu.
An error occurred during
There is no boot server, or the boot server does not
execution of the Preboot
work correctly. Set the boot server correctly, or set
Execution Environment.
'Boot from the network server' to Disabled on the
BIOS setup menu.
An error occurred during
The boot image file on the boot server was not
execution of the Preboot
obtained. Set the boot server correctly, or set 'Boot
Execution Environment.
from the network server' to Disabled on the BIOS
setup menu.
An error occurred during
Booting from a network failed. Set the boot server
execution of the Preboot
correctly, or set 'Boot from the network server' to
Execution Environment.
Disabled on the BIOS setup menu.
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Error Message
Description and necessary action
An error occurred when the
When the system bus clock is 100MHz, a memory
memory speed was unclear.
whose speed is unclear is mounted. Power off the
system, and then replace the memory with one
appropriate for the system bus clock.
An error occurred when a
The mounted memory is 66MHz and inappropriate for
memory is inappropriate for the
the system bus clock. Power off the system, then
system bus clock.
replace the memory with one appropriate for the
system bus clock.
■ Correcting errors
If an error message is displayed, respond as follows.
- Running the BIOS setup utility
If a BIOS setup error message is displayed, retry the BIOS setup utility.
- Confirming that built-in options are mounted correctly
If optional extension cards are mounted, confirm that the cards are mounted and set up
correctly. Also conform that the card is properly set. If available, consult manuals or utility
software with extension cards.
If the error message is still displayed, the PC may be faulty. Contact the Fujitsu service center or
a dealer.
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2 Troubleshooting
This section provides troubleshooting information for each function. Consult this section as required.
For troubleshooting information for Windows NT, refer to the Windows NT manual or the online help
registered on the Start menu.
■ Troubleshooting information on the computer main unit and
peripheral units
● The access lamp does not light up.
The PC may be faulty. Contact a dealer or the Fujitsu service center.
● No data is displayed on the screen.
Confirm the following:
- Is the Power switch on the display turned on?
- Is the power savings mode selected?
Move the mouse or press any key.
- Is the display cable connected correctly? See page 2 "Installation" to connect the display cable
correctly.
- Is the power cable of the display unit connected to the outlet? See page 2 "Installation" to
connect the power cable correctly.
WARNING
Electric shock
● Before connecting cables, turn off the power to prevent electric shock.
- Are the brightness and contact variable resistors on the CRT display unit adjusted correctly?
Adjust the screen image using the brightness and contact variable resistors.
● The screen flickers.
Is there any strong magnetic field in the vicinity of the computer, such as a TV set? If so, keep
away from the PC.
● The screen sides are cut.
Adjust the horizontal screen size using the adjustment controls on the CRT display unit.
● Data cannot be read from or written to floppy disks.
Check the following:
- Is the floppy disk drive head dirty? Clean the head using a cleaning disk.
- Is the floppy disk write-protected? Move the write-protect tab on the floppy disk to a the writeenabled position.
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● The power is not turned on or the Power lamp on the front panel
does not light up.
Is the power cable plugged in?
● Data cannot be read from the CD-ROM drive.
Check the following:
- Has the CD-ROM been placed properly at the center of the tray? Place the CD-ROM on the tray
again with the label side facing upward.
- Has the CD-ROM been placed upside down on the tray? Place the CD-ROM on the tray in the
proper manner with the label side facing upward.
- Is the CD-ROM dirty or wet? Clean the CD-ROM with a soft dry cloth (moving from the center to
the periphery).
- Is the CD-ROM damaged? Replace the CD-ROM.
- Does the CD-ROM conform to the required standard? Use a correct CD-ROM.
● Characters entered using the keyboard are not displayed.
Is the keyboard connected correctly? See page 2, "Installation" to connect the display cable
correctly.
● The mouse cursor does not move.
Is the mouse connected correctly? See page 2, "Installation" to connect the display cable correctly.
■ Troubleshooting information on Windows 98
● The entire Windows 98 programs are frozen during the execution of an application.
First press the Ctrl + alt + Delete keys to end the application. If the application cannot be terminated,
press the Ctrl + Alt + Delete key twice to reboot the computer. If the computer cannot be rebooted,
press the Power switch to turn off the power, then reboot a few minutes later. After the computer
is rebooted, from the Start menu, select Program - Accessories - System tools, then click on Scan
disk.
If no error is detected by the scan disk utility, continue operation. If an error is detected, respond
in accordance with the messages displayed.However, the error might happen again after it has
been corrected. If the error recurs, attempt to reinstall Windows 98 or applications.
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The current operation data by an application is not saved if the application is terminated using
the Ctrl + Alt + Delete keys or the computer is reset.
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● The mouse is disabled and Windows 98 cannot end.
Use the keyboard to exit Windows 98 as follows:
1
2
3
Press the
key or the Ctrl + Esc keys.
The Start menu appears.
Select "Exit Windows" with the ↑" or ↓ key and press the Enter key.
The Exit Windows dialog box is displayed.
Select "Turn off power" and press the Enter key.
Windows 98 ends.
● A SCSI unit is connected using a SCSI card but cannot be identified by
Windows 98.
Check the following:
- Is the SCSI card driver installed correctly? Proceed as follows.
1 From the Start menu, select Setup and click on Control Panel.
The Control panel window is displayed.
2 Double click on the System icon.
3 Click on the Device manager tab and confirm that the SCSI controller is defined.
If not defined, click on the Hardware icon in the Control Panel window to detect a SCSI card
and install the driver.
- Is the SCSI unit turned on before the computer is turned on? If the computer is turned on before
the SCSI unit is turned on, the SCSI unit cannot be identified.
■ If an error recurs
If the cause is still unknown or the system cannot be reset, contact a dealer or the Fujitsu service
center. Then check and record the following:
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Model name and serial number of the computer (See the label at the rear of the computer.)
OS and version used
Types of extension cards and memory installed
Circumstances (the particulars, including the messages displayed on the screen, etc.)
Date and time an error occurred
Appendix
This appendix explains how to clean the PC and provides PC main unit
specifications.
1 Name and Function of Each
Component
This section explains the name and function of each component of the PC main unit, motherboard/
riser board, and keyboard.
■ Front of the PC main unit
Power lamp
The lamp comes on while the PC main unit is on.
Hard disk access indicator lamp
The lamp comes on while accessing a hard
disk.
Floppy disk drive
Mount a floppy disk in this drive to write
data into or read data from a floppy disk.
Floppy disk access indicator lamp
The lamp comes on while accessing a
floppy disk.
USB connector
Connect the USB device.
Keep the cover closed when not used.
Sound volume
The sound volume of speakers and headphones can be controlled.
Headphone terminal
Connect a headphone.
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Floppy disk eject button
Press this button to eject a floppy disk.
3.5-inch blank panel
Remove this panel to add a 3.5-inch internal
option.
Power switch
Press this switch to turn on the PC main unit, put
the system into the standby status, or recover the
system from the standby status.
CD-ROM drive
Use this drive to read a program from a CD-ROM
disk or play a music CD.
EJECT button
Press this button to mount or dismounta CDROM or a music CD. This button can be used
while the PC main unit is on.
5-inch blank panel
Remove this panel to add a 5-inch internal
option.
BUSY lamp
The lamp is on while reading data from a CDROM or playing a music CD.
Headphone volume (Only for a music CD)
Headphone terminal (Only for a music CD)
Microphone terminal
Connect a microphone.
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■ Rear of the PC main unit
Power-switching switch
Outlet
Connect the power cord of the CRT display.
Ventilation holes
The heat within the PC main unit is ventilated through
these holes. Keep them free.
Inlet
Connect the power cord of the PC main unit.
SPK OUT terminal
Connect the speakers.
LINE OUT terminal
Connect the input terminal of audio equipment.
LINE IN terminal
Connect the output terminal of audio equipment.
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Keyboard connector (
: KEYBOARD)
Connect the keyboard cable.
Security lock
You can connect a security-use cable bought
on the market.
Ventilation holes
The heat within the PC main unit is
ventilated through these holes. Keep
them free.
Parallel connector
( : PRINTER)
Connect the printer cable. It is also
called a parallel port.
CRT connector
( : MONITOR)
Connect the CRT cable.
Serial connector
1
(
: SERIAL PORT1)
2
(
: SERIAL PORT2)
Connect a RS-232C interface device such as a modem.
Mouse connector ( : MOUSE)
The heat within the PC main unit is ventilated
through these holes. Keep them free.
DVI Connector
Connect the display cable conforming to DVI
standard
LAN connector (
: NETWORK)
Connect the LAN cable.
USB connector
Connect the peripherals conforming to the USB standard.
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■ Inside the PC main unit
Riser board
Connectors for expansion cards and IDE connectors
are installed.
Internal hard disk
IDE-standard hard disk. You can replace it with a
hard disk with larger capacity.
Power supply unit
3.5-inch expansion bay
Install a 3.5-inch expansion bay
option such as magneto-optic disk
drive and internal hard disk.
5-inch expansion bays (2)
Install 5-inch expansion bay
options such as CD-ROM drive
and 5-inch floppy disk drive.
(To install a 3.5-inch expansion
bay option, a retaining metal
bracket is required.)
Motherboard
The CPU and DIMM slot are installed. It controls the
main functions of the PC.
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■ Motherboard/riser board
DIMM slot
Insert a memory module.
The slots are placed in the order of DIMM1
and DIMM2 from the right.
Expansion slot
Insert various option cards to extend the
functions of the PC.
The slots are placed in the order of ISA1
(half), ISA2 (full), PCI1 (full), and PCI2
(full) from the right.
CPU
JP3 jumper switch
Set whether to enable the
password.
Internal battery
The battery is used to store the setup of the
PC. The life span of the battery is about five
years under normal use condition (8 hours
per day). If the upper cover of the PC main
unit is left removed, the internal battery life
will shorten. Keep the duration when the
upper cover is left removed at minimum
requirement such as only for installing
internal options.
Primary IDE connector
Connect the hard disk for
starting the operating system.
Secondary IDE connector
Floppy disk drive connector
: Position of pin 1
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2 Standard Specifications
■ PC main unit specifications
Product name
DESKPOWER 5000
CPU
Pentium III or Celeron
BIOS ROM
512 KB (FLASH ROM)
System RAM
SDRAM DIMM with 168-pin parity (Supporting ECC)
Up to 512 MB
Floppy disk
3.5-inch disk drive x 1
Hard disk
10.2/20.4GB (Ultra DMA66) or higher capacity
CD-ROM
Optional
Graphics
Intel 810E with DVMT
Sound
Crystal 4281 + 4297A (Integrated PCI)
I/F
CRT
VGA/SVGA D-SUB 15 pin
USB
2 ports (4 pins) (One of the ports is on the front.)
Keyboard
PS/2 type Mini DIN 6 pin
Mouse
PS/2 type Mini DIN 6 pin
Serial port
Asynchronous RS-232C x 2 D-SUB 9 pin
Parallel port
Conforming to Centronics D-SUB 25 pin
LAN
Intel 82559 100 BASE-TX/10 BASE-T (WAKEUP ON LAN function
provided)
Audio
Front: Microphone input, headphone output
Rear: Line input, line output, speaker output
Error monitor
function
CPU fan stop/CPU temperature error/voltage abnormality monitor within
the motherboard
Number of expansion 4 X PCI
slots
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Product name
DESKPOWER 5000
Number of Storage
bays
5
Rear:
3.5-inch hard disk (standard feature)
Front center:
3.5-inch floppy disk drive (standard feature)
Front upper:
3.5-inch expansion bay
Front middle:
5-inch expansion bay (CD-ROM installed as an
option)
Front lower:
5-inch expansion bay
Power supply/
frequency
100/230 VAC 50/60Hz
Power
consumption
Up to 75 W
Weight
About 12 kg
External
dimensions
415 mm × 440 mm × 139 mm (W × D × H)
Use environment
Temperature: 10 to 35 ˚C, humidity: 20 to 80% (RH)
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Note that the specifications of the PC main unit may change without prior notice.
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■ LAN adapter specifications
LAN controller
Intel 82559
Send and receive
3 kB each for send and receive
buffer RAM
External interface
ISO8802-3 100BASE-TX/10BASE-T
Transmission media
Twisted pair cable*1
(100 Mbps: Category 5, 10 Mbps: Categories 3 to 5)
Transmission method
Base band
Access method
CSMA/CD
Data transfer speed
100Mbps, 10Mbps
Maximum segment
100m
length
Maximum number of
Depends on the hub unit*2
nodes/segment
*1
To successfully operate the network at 100 Mbps, use an unshielded twisted pair cable (UTP)
with a data grade of category 5 or higher. If a cable classified as category 3 is used, data is lost.
*2
The hub unit is a concentrator of 100BASE-TX/10BASE-T.
■ Sound specifications
Sound
section
Product name
Interrupt
Manufactured by Crystal CS4280 + CS4297 (AC97)
One IRQ is used.
request level
Sampling rate
External interface
5 to 48 kHz
Line input, microphone input, line output, speaker output,
headphone output
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■ Connector specifications
The pin arrangement and signal names of each connector are as follows:
● CRT connector
5
1
10
6
15
11
Pin no.
Signal name
Direction
Description
1
RED
Output
Red output
2
GREEN
Output
Green output
3
BLUE
Output
Blue output
4
NC
–
Not connected
5 to 8
GND
–
Ground
9
+5V
–
+5V
10
GND
–
Ground
11
NC
–
Not connected
12
SDA
Input/output
Data
13
HSYNC
Output
Horizontal synchronous signal
14
VSYNC
Output
Vertical synchronous signal
15
SCL
Input/output
Data clock
● LAN connector (100BASE-TX/10BASE-T)
1
8
Pin no.
Signal name
Direction
Description
1
TD+
Output
Send data+
2
TD-
Output
Send data-
3
RD+
Input
Receive data+
4
NC
–
Not connected
5
NC
–
Not connected
6
RD-
Input
Receive data-
7
NC
–
Not connected
8
NC
–
Not connected
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● Parallel connector
13
1
25
14
Pin no.
Signal name
Direction
Description
1
STROBE
Input/output
Strobe
2
DATA0
Input/output
Data0
3
DATA1
Input/output
Data1
4
DATA2
Input/output
Data2
5
DATA3
Input/output
Data3
6
DATA4
Input/output
Data4
7
DATA5
Input/output
Data5
8
DATA6
Input/output
Data6
9
DATA7
Input/output
Data7
10
ACK
Input
Acknowledge
11
BUSY
Input
Busy
12
PE
Input
Out of paper
13
SELECT
Input
Select
14
AUTOFD
Output
Automatic feed
15
ERROR
Input
Error
16
INIT
Output
Initialization
17
SLCTIN
Output
Select
18 to 25
GND
–
Ground
● Serial connector
1
6
5
9
Pin no.
Signal name
Direction
Description
1
CD
Input
Carrier detection
2
RD
Input
Receive data
3
TD
Output
Send data
4
DTR
Output
Data terminal ready
5
GND
–
Ground
6
DSR
Input
Data set ready
7
RTS
Output
Send request
8
CTS
Input
Send enabled
9
RI
Input
Ring indication
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● Mouse connector
6
5
4
3
2
1
Pin no.
Signal name
Direction
Description
1
DATA
Input/output
Data
2
NC
–
Not connected
3
GND
–
Ground
4
VCC
–
Power supply
5
CLK
Input/output
Clock
6
NK
–
Not connected
Description
● Keyboard connector
6
5
4
3
2
1
Pin no.
Signal name
Direction
1
DATA
Input/output
Data
2
NC
–
Not connected
3
GND
–
Ground
4
VCC
–
Power supply
5
CLK
Input/output
Clock
6
NK
–
Not connected
● USB connector (SeriesA)
1 2 3 4
Pin no.
Signal name
Direction
Description
1
VCC
–
Cable, power supply
2
-DATA
Input/output
- data signal
3
+DATA
Input/output
+ data signal
4
GND
–
Cable, ground
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3 Cleaning Method
How to clean the PC is explained as follows:
WARNING
Electric shock
● To prevent electric shock, before cleaning the PC, switch off the PC and all
connected units and unplug all power cords.
■ Cleaning the PC main unit
- Wipe the PC main unit with a soft dry cloth. If necessary use a damp cloth but do not permit
moisture to come into contact with the PC main unit.
- Periodically vacuum dust around ventilation holes with a vacuum cleaner to prevent the blocking
of ventilation holes by dust.
■ Cleaning the keyboard
Wipe the keyboard with a soft dry cloth.
■ Cleaning a CD-ROM
Wipe the CD-ROM disk, proceeding from the center to the rim, with a soft dry cloth. If necessary
use a damp cloth followed by a soft dry cloth.
■ Cleaning the mouse
Use a soft dry cloth. If the ball does not roll smoothly, remove the ball and clean. To clean the ball
proceed as follows:
1
Remove the back cover of the mouse.
Turn the back cover of the mouse in the direction
of the arrow to remove.
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2
Remove the ball and clean with water.
Reverse the mouse to remove the ball, then
clean the ball with water.
3
Clean the inside of the mouse.
Wipe the inside of the mouse, the rollers, and the
back cover with a damp cloth.
4
Roller
Attach the ball and the back cover.
After drying the ball and the inside of the mouse,
attach the ball and back cover.
■ Cleaning a floppy disk drive
The head (component for reading and writing data) of a floppy disk drive becomes dirty after
extended periods of use, thereby preventing efficient data reading or writing operations. Use the
cleaning disk to clean the head every three months.
● For Windows 9X/NT model:
Mount the cleaning disk in a disk drive
Enter a disk-access command such as "dir" at the command prompt of Windows.
Example: Enter a command as follows and press the [Enter] key.
dir a:
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4 Supplement
■ Peripheral devices and cables
When peripheral devices or cables are connected to the PC, use Fujitsu-supplied devices and
cables, as some non-Fujitsu devices and cables may not be connectable.
■ Note on using the display
The vertical and horizontal lines displayed by a CAD application may appear different in width
depending on the setting of the resolution of the display used. Adjust the setting correctly before
using.
■ Note on using an analog liquid crystal display
• Connect a digital liquid crystal display to the PC and turn on the display power, then turn onthe
PC power.
• If the digital liquid crystal display is connected to the PC or turned on after the PC power is
turned on, the display screen may remain blank.
• The PC does not support to connect both of analog display and digital simultaneously. Use
either of them.
• When digital display is used, set the resolution to up to 1024 X 768. The PC does not support
the resolution more than this value.
Display disturbed when the screen mode is changed
The screen display may experiance disturbance temporariry or horizontal lines may appear on
the screen when the screen display begins or ends or when the display mode changes, such as
when Windows starts or ends or when the normal display mode is restored from the power save
mode. These disturbances are not considered faults.
■ Digital display output
Digital display output is not compatible with a monitor exceeding XGA (1024X 768 pixels)
resolution. Use an XGA or low-resolution monitor.
■ Replacing the display
If the display is replaced with a different type of display (especially a liquid crystal dispaly), a display
error such as blank screen may occur. If so, replace the display according to the following
procedure:
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Windows 98/2000
1
2
3
Set the resolution to 640 x 480 (before replacement of the display).
Set the refresh rate to the "adapter default."
Terminate Windows and turn off the PC power, then replace the display.
If there is no screen display or no display at some resolutoion after the display is replaced without
performing the above setting, reinstall the display driver as follows:
1
2
Start Windows in Safe Mode.
3
Reinstall the display driver.
Set the graphic adapter to "Standard Display Adapter (VGA)" or "Standard VGA" and restart
Windows.
Windows NT4.0 model
1
2
3
Turn off the power, then replace the display.
Start the PC with Windows NT Workstation Version 4.00 [VGA mode].
Set the resolution, the number of colors, and the refresh rate in accordance with the display
specifications, then restart the PC.
■ Display and power save mode
Windows 98 model
When a display that does not support the power save mode is used, open to "Power Management
Properties" and set "Never" for both "System Standby" and "Turn off Monitor Power."
Windows 2000 model
When a display that does not support the power save mode is used,open to "Power Options
Properties" and set "Never" for both "System Standby" and "Turn off monotor".
■ About USB (Windows 98/2000)
USB stands for Universal Serisl Bus, which standardizes mouse. keyboard,
printer, modem, and speaker interfaces.
¤ Point
• Some types of peripheral devices that support USB require special device drivers to be installed.
• The OSs that support USB are Windows 98/2000.
• When USB equipment is connected, Windows may not be terminated normally depending on
the type od USB equipment. If this is the case, disconnect the USB equipment and terminate
Windows.
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■ Wake up On LAN
When "Wake-up from LAN" under "Automatic wake-up" of the power save menu in the BIOS Setup
is set to "Enable," the PC power can be tuned on via a LAN(WOL: Wake up On LAN). To use this
function , always turn on the PC power once after the power cable is connected. The function
may not operate normally only if the power cable is connected.
■ Power Saving Function
Application operation becomes unstable if the power save function works during the following
types of operation. Disable the power save function for these types of operation.
• Playing back a Wave, MIDI, AVI, MPEG, or DAT file
• Playing back a music CD
• Recording by a sound recorder
■ LAN Cable
The LAN built in this PC as standard equipment supports 100BASE-TX and 10BASE-T. Check
the speed of the network to which the PC is to be connected and use the following type of cable
in accordanc with the speed: Use a Fujitsu-supplied cable to minimize network trouble.
• 100BASE-TX: Unsealed twisted paired-cable(UTP) at category 5 or a higher data grade
• 10BASE-T: UTP at category 3,4, or 5 data grade.
¤ Point
• The Standard equipment LAN of this PC automatically adjusts to the network speed. If the
network speed changes, for example, because of hub unit replacement, use an adequate
data grade cable compatible with the speed.
■ LAN Adapter
This PC dows not allow that plural LAN adapters are used simultaneously by adding LAN adapters
on Windows 98, Windows NT4.0 worstation and Windows 2000 Professional models. In order to
use plural LAN adapters simultaneously, server OS such as Windows NT4.0 server and Windows
2000 server is needed.
■ USB Keyboard (Windows 98 model)
If "Enable shortcut key" is turned on in [Control Panel]-[Accessibility]-[Filter Function]-[Settings],
the shortcut key function does not work and "Enabled filter key function" cannot be turned on
even if the "right shift" key is pressed for 8 or more seconds. Turn on the checkbox of "Enable
filter key function" using the mouse.
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■ CD-ROM drive
If a CD-ROM cleaning disk sold separately is used for cleaning, the lens may not be clean. Do not
use a CD-ROM cleaning disk.
■ Intel® processor serial number
Each Intel® Pentium® III processor contains a serial number that can be read electrically. The
processor serial number can be used for information management, resource management, and
security improvement on the web.
The user can read the processor serial number using software. The software read function can
be enabled or disabled using the BIOS Setup. The PC is shipped with this function disabled. To
enabled the function, set "Processor serial number" in the main menu of the BIOS Setup to
"Enable."
■ Mouse with scroll function(wheel)
When a USB keyboard and a mouse (PS/2) with the scroll function are used under Windows 98/
2000, connect the mouse connector on the USB keyboard. If the mouse is connected to the mouse
connector on the PC, the mouse may not operate when Windows 98 is started in safe Mode.
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Tel: 65-776 0688
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