Fujitsu FMW4503TS128A01 Tablet User Manual

StylisticTM 3500
Technical
Reference
Guide
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FPC58-0473-01
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
according to FCC Part 15
Responsible Party Name:
Address:
Telephone:
Declares that product:
Fujitsu PC Corporation
5200 Patrick Henry Drive
Santa Clara, CA 95054
408-982-9500
Model: Stylistic 3500
Complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and,
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
For more detailed information about the FCC rules and their applicability to the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet, refer to Appendix
C of this document.
Table of Contents
About This Guide ...........................................................................................................................
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Organization ....................................................................................................................................................
Related Documentation .................................................................................................................................
Technical Support ...........................................................................................................................................
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Chapter 1
Pen Tablet Features ........................................................................................................................
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PC Card Support .............................................................................................................................................
Internal LAN/Modem ...................................................................................................................................
ACPI Support ..................................................................................................................................................
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Chapter 2
System Software ..............................................................................................................................
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Supported Operating Systems ......................................................................................................................
Pen Support .....................................................................................................................................................
PC Card Support .............................................................................................................................................
Overview of System Configuration Tools and Utilities ............................................................................
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Chapter 3
Configuring the Stylistic 3500 Pen Tablet System ...................................................................
Pen Configuration...........................................................................................................................................
Pen Subsystems ...............................................................................................................................................
Permanent and Current BIOS Settings ........................................................................................................
BIOS Setup .......................................................................................................................................................
Starting BIOS Setup ............................................................................................................................
Using BIOS Setup................................................................................................................................
Exiting BIOS Setup..............................................................................................................................
BIOS Setup Main Menu Options ......................................................................................................
Primary Master Submenu Options ..................................................................................................
Advanced Menu Options ..................................................................................................................
Serial/Parallel Port Configuration Submenu Options ..................................................................
Keyboard/Mouse Features Submenu Options ..............................................................................
Video Submenu Options....................................................................................................................
Internal Device Configurations Submenu.......................................................................................
PCI Configuration Submenu.............................................................................................................
CPU Features Submenu .....................................................................................................................
Event Logging Submenu ...................................................................................................................
Security Menu Options ......................................................................................................................
Hard Disk Security Submenu ...........................................................................................................
Owner Information Submenu ...........................................................................................................
Power Menu Options .........................................................................................................................
Advanced Features Options Submenu ............................................................................................
Boot Menu Options.............................................................................................................................
Boot Device Priority Submenu..........................................................................................................
Info Menu.............................................................................................................................................
Exit Menu Options..............................................................................................................................
Using CMOSRDWR........................................................................................................................................
Saving a BIOS Configuration Using CMOSRDWR .......................................................................
Restoring a BIOS Configuration .......................................................................................................
PHDISK Hard Disk Preparation Utility ......................................................................................................
Command Line Options ...................................................................................................................
CREATE Option ................................................................................................................................
Automatic Memory Size Calculation ..............................................................................................
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Specify Memory Size.........................................................................................................................
/PARTITION or /P ...........................................................................................................................
/FILE or /F .......................................................................................................................................
/CREATE Option Syntax .................................................................................................................
REFORMAT Option .........................................................................................................................
/REFORMAT Option Syntax ............................................................................................................
DELETE Option .................................................................................................................................
/DELETE Option Syntax ...................................................................................................................
INFO Option .....................................................................................................................................
/INFO Option Syntax.........................................................................................................................
Messages ............................................................................................................................................
PHDISK Sign-on Message ................................................................................................................
Help Screen ......................................................................................................................................
Unrecognized Option .......................................................................................................................
Fatal Error ..........................................................................................................................................
Not Enough Disk Space.....................................................................................................................
Save to Disk Partition Exists .............................................................................................................
Too Many Bad Sectors ....................................................................................................................
First Two Sectors Bad........................................................................................................................
PHDISK /CREATE Failed to Execute ..............................................................................................
Good Sector Map Corrupted..............................................................................................................
Not Enough System Memory ............................................................................................................
File Already Exists ..........................................................................................................................
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Chapter 4
Installing Hardware Options .......................................................................................................
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Installing a PC Card........................................................................................................................................
Removing a PC Card ......................................................................................................................................
Installing a DIMM Card.................................................................................................................................
Removing a DIMM Card ...............................................................................................................................
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Chapter 5
Hardware Specifications ...............................................................................................................
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General Specifications ....................................................................................................................................
Display Specifications ....................................................................................................................................
External Video Capabilities ...........................................................................................................................
Digitizer Specifications ..................................................................................................................................
Technology Notice ..............................................................................................................................
Peripheral Interface Specifications ...............................................................................................................
Power System Specifications .........................................................................................................................
Environmental Specifications........................................................................................................................
Physical Specifications ...................................................................................................................................
Agency Approval Specifications ..................................................................................................................
Internal LAN/Modem Specifications ..........................................................................................................
Port Replicator/Mini-Dock Specifications ..................................................................................................
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Peripheral Interfaces ......................................................................................................................
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High Usage Contacts ......................................................................................................................................
Serial Port .........................................................................................................................................................
DC Power Input .............................................................................................................................................
Floppy Disk Drive Port ..................................................................................................................................
Universal Serial Bus Port ...............................................................................................................................
System Interface Port......................................................................................................................................
IrDA Port..........................................................................................................................................................
Audio Jacks ......................................................................................................................................................
PC Card Port....................................................................................................................................................
Hard Disk Drive Port .....................................................................................................................................
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Chapter 7
System Power ..................................................................................................................................
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System Power Hardware ...............................................................................................................................
Battery Pack .........................................................................................................................................
DC Power Inputs.................................................................................................................................
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Chapter 8
BIOS Configuration Application Programming Interfaces ...................................................
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Version Information .......................................................................................................................................
Summary of Functions ...................................................................................................................................
InitializeBIOS...................................................................................................................................................
UpdateBIOSCheckSum ..................................................................................................................................
ReadBIOSSettings ...........................................................................................................................................
BiosSetupSet ....................................................................................................................................................
Error Codes ......................................................................................................................................................
Option and Setting Parameters.....................................................................................................................
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Chapter 9
Programmable Hotpad Libraries for Windows Applications ................................................
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Hotpad Notification........................................................................................................................................
SetHotpadNotification ...................................................................................................................................
KillHotpadNotification ..................................................................................................................................
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Appendix A
Replacing the IDE Hard Disk Drive ...........................................................................................
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Removing the Hard Disk Drive ....................................................................................................................
Installing the Hard Disk Drive......................................................................................................................
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Appendix B
AT Command Set ............................................................................................................................
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AT Commands Table......................................................................................................................................
AT Data Commands...........................................................................................................................
AT Fax (Class1) Commands ..............................................................................................................
V.25ter AT Commands.......................................................................................................................
S Register Table ...............................................................................................................................................
Result Codes Summary..................................................................................................................................
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Appendix C
Agency Notices ................................................................................................................................
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FCC Notices .....................................................................................................................................................
DOC (Industry Canada) Compliance Notices ............................................................................................
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List of Figures
Figure 3-1
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Figure 4-2
Figure 4-3
Figure 6-1
Figure 6-2
Figure 6-3
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Figure A-3:
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Figure A-5:
BIOS Setup Screen...............................................................................................................................
Installing a PC Card ............................................................................................................................
Installing a DIMM Card ......................................................................................................................
Removing a DIMM Card ....................................................................................................................
System Interface Port Connector (On Pen Tablet) ..............................................................................
PC Card Port Configuration ................................................................................................................
Hard Disk Drive Pin Locations ...........................................................................................................
IDE Hard Disk Drive Cover Plate........................................................................................................
Unplugging the Hard Disk Drive Connector .......................................................................................
Removing the Hard Disk Drive, Part 1 ................................................................................................
Removing the Hard Disk Drive, Part 2 ................................................................................................
Installing the IDE Hard Disk Drive .....................................................................................................
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BIOS Setup Main Menu Options .........................................................................................................
BIOS Setup Primary Master Configuration Options ...........................................................................
BIOS Setup Advanced Menu Options .................................................................................................
Serial/Parallel Port Configurations Submenu Options.........................................................................
Keyboard/Mouse Features Submenu Options......................................................................................
Video Features Submenu Options........................................................................................................
Internal Device Configurations Submenu Options ..............................................................................
PCI Configuration Submenu Options ..................................................................................................
CPU Features Submenu Options..........................................................................................................
Event Logging Submenu Options ........................................................................................................
BIOS Setup Security Menu Options ....................................................................................................
Hard Disk Security Submenu Options ................................................................................................
Owner Information Submenu Options .................................................................................................
BIOS Setup Power Savings Options ....................................................................................................
BIOS Advanced Features Options Submenu ......................................................................................
BIOS Setup Boot Menu Options..........................................................................................................
BIOS Setup Boot Sequence Submenu .................................................................................................
BIOS Setup Info Menu.........................................................................................................................
BIOS Setup Exit Menu Options ...........................................................................................................
PHDISK Command Line Options........................................................................................................
PHDISK /CREATE Option..................................................................................................................
PHDISK /REFORMAT Option ...........................................................................................................
PHDISK /DELETE Option ..................................................................................................................
PHDISK /INFO Option........................................................................................................................
Logic System Specifications ................................................................................................................
Display Specifications..........................................................................................................................
Supported Video Modes for External Monitors...................................................................................
Digitizer Specifications ......................................................................................................................
Peripheral Interface Specifications.......................................................................................................
Power System Specifications ...............................................................................................................
Environmental Specifications ..............................................................................................................
Stylistic 3500 Pen Tablet Specifications..............................................................................................
Agency Approval Specifications..........................................................................................................
Internal LAN/Modem Specifications ...................................................................................................
Stylistic 3500 Port Replicator/Mini-Dock Specifications....................................................................
Metal Contacts .....................................................................................................................................
Serial Port Connector Pin Assignments ...............................................................................................
DC Power Input Connector Pin Assignments ......................................................................................
Floppy Disk Drive Connector Pin Assignments ..................................................................................
Universal Serial Bus Port Contact Pin Assignments............................................................................
System Interface Port Connector Pin Assignments .........................................................................
IrDA Port Specifications ......................................................................................................................
Active Audio Inputs .............................................................................................................................
Active Audio Outputs ..........................................................................................................................
PC Card Port Pin Assignments ............................................................................................................
Hard Disk Drive Pin Assignments .......................................................................................................
DC Input Connectors............................................................................................................................
BIOS Configuration API Error Codes .................................................................................................
Option and Setting Parameters and Return Values ..............................................................................
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About This Guide
This guide provides technical information on the Fujitsu Stylistic 3500 pen tablet computer for
technicians, hardware developers, and software developers.
Organization
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This guide is organized as follows:
• Chapter 1: Pen Tablet Features
This chapter discusses some of the system’s main features and technology.
• Chapter 2: System Software
This chapter gives an overview of system software and utilities preinstalled on the Stylistic 3500 pen
tablet.
• Chapter 3: Configuring the Stylistic 3500 Pen Tablet System
This chapter provides details on using BIOS Setup and other configuration utilities for the Stylistic
3500 pen tablet. BIOS configuration options are explained in detail.
• Chapter 4: Installing Hardware Options
This chapter gives detailed instructions on installing hardware options such as PCMCIA Cards and
DIMM cards. (For instructions on replacing the internal hard disk drive, see “Replacing the IDE Hard
Disk Drive” on page 75.)
• Chapter 5: Hardware Specifications
This chapter gives hardware specifications on the pen tablet system. Industry standards supported by
the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet are listed.
• Chapter 6: Peripheral Interfaces
This chapter provides details on peripheral interfaces provided by the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet and the
Stylistic 3500 port replicator and mini-dock.
• Chapter 7: System Power
This chapter provides information on the pen tablet’s system power hardware.
• Chapter 8: BIOS Configuration Application Programming Interfaces
This chapter gives details on using DLLs which allow you to configure the Stylistic 3500 BIOS.
• Chapter 9: Programmable Hotpad Libraries for Windows Applications
This chapter provides information on using the programmable hotpad with 32-bit Windows
applications.
• Appendix A: Replacing the IDE Hard Disk Drive
This appendix provides instructions on removing and replacing the system’s built-in IDE hard disk
drive.
• Appendix B: AT Command Set
This appendix provides a detailed list of AT commands used by the pen tablet’s modem, including AT
Commands, S Register Table, and Result Codes Summary information.
• Appendix C: Agency Notices
This appendix states notices required by regulatory agencies in the United States and Canada that
apply to the Stylistic 3500.
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Related Documentation
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Documentation relating to the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet system is listed below. Refer to these documents
for details on topics not covered in this guide.
Stylistic 3500 User’s Guide
This guide provides an introduction to the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet’s basic functions for the end user.
Stylistic 3500 Mini-Dock User’s Guide
This guide gives instructions on using the Stylistic 3500 mini-dock.
The following documents, available from retail book sellers, contain additional information about
software preinstalled on the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet.
Microsoft Windows 98 Resource Kit (ISBN: 1-57231-644-6)
This manual is a technical guide for installing, configuring, and supporting Windows 98 and is
published by Microsoft Press, 1-800-MSPRESS in the U.S. as well as from retail book sellers.
Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional Resource Kit (ISBN 1-57231-808-2)
This manual is a technical guide for installing, configuring, and supporting Windows 2000
Professional and is published by Microsoft Press, 1-800-MSPRESS in the U.S. as well as from retail
book sellers.
Microsoft Windows NT: Workstation Resource Kit (ISBN 1-57231-343-9)
This manual is a technical guide for installing, configuring, and supporting Windows NT 4.0
Workstation and is published by Microsoft Press, 1-800-MSPRESS in the U.S. as well as from retail
book sellers.
The following resources contain information on software development tools for Windows:
Microsoft Developer’s Network
The Microsoft Developer’s Network web site provides links to information on application
programming interfaces (APIs) used with Microsoft Windows. The site address is
<MSDN.Microsoft.com>.
The following documents provide information on industry standards supported by the Stylistic 3500
pen tablet system.
Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) Specification, Revision 1.0
The ACPI was developed by Microsoft, Intel, and Toshiba to manage device control in order to
conserve power. The ACPI specification and additional detailed information is available at the ACPI
web site, <http://www.teleport.com/~acpi/>.
PC Card Standards
The Stylistic 3500 pen tablet and supporting system software comply with PCMCIA and PC Card
standards specifications up to and including the PC Card Standard February 1995 (also referred to as PC
Card Standard Release 3.0 in this document and other related documentation). PC Card standards are
published by: Personal Computer Memory Card International Association, 2635 North First Street,
Suite 209, San Jose, CA 95131, <http://www.pc-card.com/>, (408) 433-CARD (2273).
IrDA Standards
The IrDA port on the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet is compliant with IrDA (Infrared Data Association)
Standard Version 1.1 published by: Infrared Data Association, <http://www.irda.org>, (510) 943-6546.
Universal Serial Bus Specification
The Universal Serial Bus (USB) ports on the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet and docking peripherals are
compliant with the Universal Serial Bus Specification Version 1.0. Refer to this specification for USB
Related Documentation
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details including: cable requirements, topology, and USB power distribution. This specification and
other technical documents regarding USB are available on the Universal Serial Bus Implementer’s
Forum home page at <http://www.usb.org/>.
Desktop Management Interface (DMI) 2.0 Specification
The Stylistic 3500 BIOS supports DMI. The DMI specification and other information relating to DMI
are available on the Desktop Management Task Force web site at <http://www.dmtf.org/>.
Technical Support
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For technical support on the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet system, Fujitsu Resellers (VARs) should contact your
assigned Fujitsu PC Systems Engineer or contact Fujitsu PC Technical Support at 1-800-831-3183 during
normal business days from 7:00 to 4:00 Pacific Time. (Voice mail is available at this number during
non-business hours.)
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Chapter 1
Pen Tablet Features
This chapter provides an introduction to the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet system hardware and gives an
overview of some of the pen tablet system’s features. Detailed specifications on the features discussed in
this chapter are given in other chapters of this guide.
The Stylistic 3500 pen tablet computer is designed for the Windows 98 Second Edition, Windows NT
Workstation 4.0, and Windows 2000 Professional operating systems. The system uses an resistive pen
digitizer and is available with either an indoor color thin-film-transistor (TFT) display or an indoor/
outdoor color TFT display.
The Stylistic 3500 pen tablet system has been tested by Windows Hardware Quality Labs (WHQL) at
Microsoft Corporation and is compliant with PC 99 system design guidelines.
PC Card Support
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The Stylistic 3500 pen tablet is equipped with a PC Card slot that allows you to install a Type II PC Card.
The PC Card slot is compliant with PC CardBus Standard Release 3.0 and provides support for the
following PC Card features:
• Multivoltage 3.3/5 V PC Cards (detected automatically)
• CardBus (PCI bridge) type PC Cards
• Supports PCIC (PC Card I/O Card) protocol
• Backward compatibility with previous PC Card Standard Release level PC Cards
Internal LAN/Modem
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Stylistic 3500 pen tablet systems are equipped with an internal LAN/56 Kbps* modem. For details on the
built-in LAN/modem, see “Internal LAN/Modem Specifications” on page 44.
ACPI Support
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The Stylistic 3500 pen tablet supports the Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) Specification,
revision 1.0, in all system configurations except Windows NT 4.0; the Windows NT 4.0 operating system
does not utilize ACPI or APM design specifications.
* The 56 Kbps rate is nominal; due to FCC restrictions, actual rates are limited to 53 Kbps.
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Chapter 2
System Software
This chapter outlines system software supported on the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet including operating
system software, and drivers and utilities developed specifically for the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet system.
Supported Operating Systems
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The Stylistic 3500 pen tablet is distributed with one of the following operating systems preinstalled:
• Windows 98
• Windows NT Workstation 4.0 (Build 1381, SP 6a)
• Windows 2000
Licensing and user documentation for the operating system installed on your system is also included
with the pen tablet. For details on the operating system, refer to the documentation provided, or refer to
the documents listed in “Related Documentation” in the About This Manual section of this guide.
Note:
MS-DOS is not supported as an end-user operating environment. Support for MS-DOS is limited to the
use of configuration and other support utilities designed for the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet system.
Pen Support
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Pen support for the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet is provided by the following three pen subsystems:
• Microsoft Pen Services 2.0 with CIC HRS 5.0.5 (Windows 98 only)
• CIC PenX 2.02 (All systems)
• Mouse Emulation (All systems)
You can select one of these subsystems “on the fly” using the pen configuration control panel applet. See
“Pen Configuration” on page 4 for details. (Software for all of these subsystems runs at the same time.
Pen information is routed to the selected subsystem.)
Pen drivers (developed by Fujitsu PC Corporation) for the Stylistic 3500 support the pen digitizer system
as a Plug and Play (PnP) device. To view information on these pen drivers, open Pen Configuration in
Control Panel and choose the About tab. Select the desired file from the list and choose File Info.
PC Card Support
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The Stylistic 3500 pen tablet fully supports the PC Card standard release 3.0. System resources for PC
Cards are configured automatically by Windows 98 and Windows 2000.
Phoenix/Softex Card Executive 2.0 for Windows NT is preinstalled on Windows NT systems to provide
PC Card support. Refer to the on-line help provided with Phoenix/Softex Card Executive for details on
supported PC Cards.
Overview of System Configuration Tools and Utilities
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The following system configuration tools and utilities are supported for use with the pen tablet. Unless
otherwise noted, details on using these programs are given in Chapter 3 of this manual.
Supported Operating Systems
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• BIOS Setup (Fujitsu BIOS Configuration)
A BIOS configuration utility stored in the system’s CMOS memory.
• Handwriter Settings
A control panel applet that allows you to configure settings for handwriting recognition and inking.
• Pen Configuration
A control panel applet that allows you to select the pen subsystem, calibrate the pen, and configure
pen settings.
• PHDISK (Windows 98 and Windows NT only)
A utility used to prepare your hard disk for using save-to-disk suspend mode.
• CMOS REad/Write Utility
A utility that allows you to read the system BIOS CMOS contents into a specified file, then write the
file contents back into an identical system that has the same BIOS version.
Overview of System Configuration Tools and Utilities
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Chapter 3
Configuring the Stylistic 3500 Pen Tablet System
This chapter provides instructions on how to use various configuration utilities to configure the Stylistic
3500 pen tablet BIOS.
Pen Configuration
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Windows 98 and Windows 2000 systems include a pen configuration control panel applet which allows
you to select the pen subsystem, configure pen buttons, and calibrate the pen. To use this applet, open
Pen Configuration in Control Panel and select the desired tab as follows:
• Pen Subsystem (Windows 98 only)
Allows you to choose the active pen subsystem and apply your changes “on the fly”. See “Pen
Subsystems” for more information.
• Pen Buttons (Windows 98 only)
Allows you to configure the functions and behavior of the pen. The Stylistic 3500 has a resistive
digitizer, but the Pen Buttons tab allows you to emulate a pen tip button and pen barrel button, as
used with an electromagnetic digitizer. The Pen Buttons tab is used in conjunction with the Right
Mouse hotpad.
• Calibration
Allows you to calibrate the pen digitizer system.
• Sampling (Windows 98 only)
Displays the resolution of the pen (sampling rate in point per second).
• About
Allows you to view file information about the installed pen drivers.
• Hovering
Used in conjuction with the Hovering hotpad to allow you to modify the behavior of pen tap
sequences.
For details on each of these features, tap the Help button for each tab.
Pen Subsystems
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(Windows 98 only) The Stylistic 3500 supports the following pen subsystems: Pen X, Pen Windows, or
Emulate Mouse. You choose one of these subsystems using the Pen Configuration Control Panel applet,
as described earlier.
Note: Training utilities work only for the specific pen subsystem. Tutorials such as Handwriting Trainer for Pen
Windows and Handwriter Tutorial for Pen X can only be used when the correct pen subsystem is selected.
Permanent and Current BIOS Settings
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Some BIOS configuration utilities allow you to select permanent and/or current settings when
configuring BIOS options. When you change a permanent setting, BIOS parameters stored in CMOS
memory are changed and the new setting is applied after the system is restarted. When you change a
current setting, BIOS parameters stored in dynamic memory are changed and the new setting is applied
for the current session. Also, note that a change to the current setting only remains in effect until the
system is restarted or shut down.
Pen Configuration
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BIOS data resides in the system’s CMOS memory. When the system is powered on, BIOS data is copied or
“shadowed” into the system’s dynamic memory and the system runs using BIOS parameters stored in
dynamic memory.
BIOS Setup
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BIOS Setup is a configuration utility that you can use to change your system’s permanent BIOS settings.
The BIOS Setup application is stored in the BIOS flash ROM. (BIOS Setup values or settings are stored in
CMOS memory.) Instructions for starting and running BIOS Setup are given in the following discussions.
Starting BIOS Setup
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To start BIOS Setup, restart your system and when the following message is displayed,
<F2>, Double tap the pen+: BIOS Setup
Double-tap the pen on the display screen or press F2 on your external keyboard.
The system starts BIOS Setup and the BIOS Setup Main menu is displayed. Note that the system can be
configured to start without displaying the message above. If this is the case, you must attach an external
keyboard and hold down the F2 key while you start your system until the BIOS Setup screen is displayed.
Options and settings for menus in BIOS Setup are described in tables appearing later in this chapter.
BIOS Setup
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Using BIOS Setup
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Once BIOS Setup is started, you can use BIOS Setup to change your system’s BIOS settings. The BIOS
Setup screen consists of a menu bar, menu items, a command bar, and a window for item-specific help as
shown in Figure 3-1.
BIOS Configuration Options
Menu Bar
Main
BIOS Configuration Settings
Advanced
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Security
Power
Boot
Item-Specific Help Window
Info
Exit
Item Specific Help
[02:34:56]
[02/01/2001]
Floppy Disk A:
[1.44/1.2 MB, 3.5"]
Primary Master
[TOSHIBA MK1516GAP-(PM)]
Language:
[English (US)]
F1 Help
ESC Exit
Select Item
Select Menu
Adjust calendar clock.
<Tab>, <Shift-Tab>, or
<Enter> selects field.
-/Space Change Values
Enter Select
Sub-Menu
▲
Command Bar
▲
(Triangle symbol
indicates that a
submenu is
available)
System Time:
System Date:
F9 Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
Highlighted text indicates equivalent keyboard command
Figure 3-1 BIOS Setup Screen
Instructions for selecting and changing BIOS options and navigating BIOS Setup menus using a pen or
external keyboard are given below:
• To select a BIOS Setup menu from the menu bar, tap on the menu name in the menu bar, tap on the
right or left side of the Select Menu field in the command bar, or use the right or left arrow keys on an
external keyboard to highlight the menu and display a list of menu options.
• To select a BIOS option, tap on the setting field for the option, tap on the right or left side of the Select
Item field in the Command Bar, or use the up and down arrow keys on an external keyboard to
highlight the option in the list of items for a given menu.
• To change the setting of a selected BIOS option, tap directly on the setting field, tap on the
highlighted commands to the right or left of Change Values in the command bar, or use the -, +, /, and
space keys on an external keyboard to cycle through the list of possible settings. (You can also change
settings using a pop-up menu as described next.)
• To access a pop-up menu with a list all possible settings for a given BIOS option, first tap on the
[option], then tap on the right mouse button hotpad. Tap on the setting once more to view the pop-up
menu. Double-click on the setting of your choice to select it.
• To select and enter a submenu, tap twice on the submenu name or select the submenu using the up
and down arrow keys on an external keyboard and press Enter. (The Main, Advanced, Security, Power,
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and Boot menus contain submenus.)
• To view Item-Specific Help for a BIOS option, select the option. Item specific help is displayed in the
Item Specific Help panel on the right-hand side of the screen.
• To view General Help for BIOS Setup, tap on Help in the command bar or press F1 on your external
keyboard. The BIOS Setup help screen is displayed giving general instructions for using BIOS Setup.
• To exit BIOS Setup, choose the appropriate option from the Exit menu, or tap Save and Exit in the
command bar, or press F10 on an external keyboard. See “Exiting BIOS Setup” on page 7 for details.
• To load factory default settings for all BIOS options, select Load Defaults from the command bar.
Exiting BIOS Setup
3
Once you are finished making changes in BIOS Setup, you must exit BIOS Setup and allow the system to
boot to apply your configuration changes. You can exit BIOS Setup by selecting options in the Exit menu.
The Exit menu includes options that allow you to load default BIOS settings, load previous settings,
discard your changes, save your changes, and exit BIOS Setup. For details on Exit menu options, see “Exit
Menu Options” on page 25.
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BIOS Setup Main Menu Options
3
All details listed in this chapter reflect BIOS version 1.02.
Note:
BIOS Setup Main menu options are given in Table 3-1. (Options and settings for other BIOS Setup menus
are described in the tables that follow.) The default setting for each option is listed in bold type when
applicable.
Table 3-1. BIOS Setup Main Menu Options
Option
Settings
Description
System Time
00:00:00 to 23:59:59
Real Time Clock (RTC) setting in hours, minutes,
and seconds. Note that the system time option uses
a 24 hour format.
System Date
01/01/1980 to 12/31/2099
RTC calendar setting in month/day/year format.
Floppy Disk A:
Disabled
1.44/1.2 MB, 3.5”
Floppy disk drive type for external floppy drive.
Selecting [Disabled] disables the floppy disk drive
port.
Primary Master Submenu
Language
Select this field to access the primary disk drive
submenu. (See “Primary Master Options” later in this
section.)
English
Japanese
Select the display language for the BIOS.
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Primary Master Submenu Options
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Options and settings for the Primary Master Submenu are given in Table 3-2.
Table 3-2. BIOS Setup Primary Master Configuration Options
Option
Settings
Description
Type
Auto
None
Hard Disk
IDE hard disk drive configuration method.
Select [Auto] to load configuration parameters from
the hard disk drive automatically. Selecting [None]
disables the hard drive. Selecting [Hard Disk] allows
you to manually enter parameter values for the
remaining options listed in this table.
Cylinders*
0 to 65535
Number of cylinders.
Heads*
1 to 16
Number of read/write heads.
Sectors*
0 to 63
Number of sectors per track.
Maximum Capacity
xxxxMB
Display only.
Multi-Sector Transfers*
Disabled
2 Sectors
4 Sectors
8 Sectors
16 Sectors
32 Sectors
64 Sectors
128 Sectors
Number of sectors used in multisector transfers.
You can cycle through the settings for this option to
select values up to the maximum 128 sectors
allowable for the hard disk drive. (Selecting the
maximum, or values larger than the default may
degrade performance.)
LBA Mode Control*
Disabled
Enabled
Logical Block Address (LBA) mode control. Selecting
[Enabled] causes logical block addressing to be
used. Selecting [Disabled] causes cylinder, head,
and sector addressing to be used.
PIO Transfer Mode*
Standard
Fast PIO 1
Fast PIO 2
Fast PIO 3
Fast PIO 4
Determines the method for data transfers to and from
the hard disk drive.
(Choosing [Auto] for the HDD Configuration option
selects the optimum setting for this option.)
DMA Transfer Mode*
Disabled
Multiword DMA 1
Multiword DMA 2
Ultra DMA 0
Ultra DMA 1
Ultra DMA 2
Determines the mode used for DMA transfers to/from
the drive. (Choosing [Auto] for the HDD
Configuration option selects the optimum setting for
this option.)
* These values can be changed when Hard Disk is selected.
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Advanced Menu Options
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Options in the Advanced menu are described in Table 3-3.
Table 3-3. BIOS Setup Advanced Menu Options
Option
Plug & Play OS
Settings
No
Yes
Description
Determines whether BIOS support for Plug and Play
device configuration is enabled.
Select [Yes] if your operating system supports Plug
and Play configuration. Select [No] if your operating
system does not support Plug and Play
configuration. (Windows 98 and Windows 2000
support Plug and Play configuration.)
If this option is set to [Yes], the BIOS only enables
devices required to boot the system; further
configuration is performed by the operating system.
Protected Device Configurations
No
Yes
Select [Yes] to prevent a Plug and Play operating
system from changing device configuration settings.
Select [No] to allow a Plug and Play operating
system to configure system devices.
Serial/Parallel Port
Configurations Submenu
Enter this submenu to configure peripheral
interfaces. (See “Serial/Parallel Port Configurations
Submenu Options” on page 11 for details.)
Keyboard/Mouse
Features Submenu
Enter this submenu to configure the system
keyboard and mouse. (See ““Keyboard/Mouse
Features Submenu Options” on page 13 for details).
Video Features Submenu
Enter this submenu to configure system resources
for the video controller. (See “Video Features
Submenu Options” on page 14 for details.)
Internal Device
Configurations Submenu
Enter this menu to configure additional device
controllers. (See “Internal Device Configurations
Submenu Options” on page 15 for details.)
PCI Configurations Submenu
Enter this menu to reserve specific IRQs for use by
ISA devices. (See “PCI Configuration Submenu
Options” on page 16 for details.)
CPU Features Submenu
Enter this submenu to change CPU serial number
features. (See “CPU Features Submenu Options” on
page 17 for details).
Event Logging Submenu
Enter this submenu to view the Event Log features.
(See “Event Logging Submenu Options” on page 17
for details).
Hotpad
Disabled
Enabled
This setting determines whether the following
hotpads are enabled: Speaker On/Mute, Volume Up/
Down, Display Select, and Brightness Up/Down.
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Serial/Parallel Port Configuration Submenu Options
3
Configuration options for the Serial/Parallel Port Configuration submenu are given in Table 3-4. Note
that some peripheral interfaces are only available when using a device attached to the system interface
port such as the mini-dock.
Table 3-4. Serial/Parallel Port Configurations Submenu Options
Option
Serial Port
Settings
Disabled
Enabled
Auto
Description
Determines whether the serial port is active and the
method used to configure the serial port.
Select [Auto] to allow the BIOS or operating system
to configure the port automatically.
Select [Enabled] to configure the Base I/O Address
and Interrupt options manually in BIOS setup.
Select [Disabled] to turn serial port A off.
I/O Address
3F8 - 3FF
2F8 - 2FF
3E8 - 3EF
2E8 - 2EF
Determines the base I/O address used for the serial
port. The Serial Port option must be set to [Enabled]
before this setting can be changed.
Interrupt
IRQ 3
IRQ 4
Determines the interrupt request level used for the
serial port. The Serial Port option must be set to
[Enabled] before this setting can be changed.
Infrared Port
Disabled
Enabled
Auto
Determines whether the infrared port is active and
the method used to configure the infrared port.
Select [Auto] to allow the BIOS or operating system
to configure the port automatically.
Select [Enabled] to configure the I/O Address and
Interrupt options manually in BIOS setup.
Select [Disabled] to turn off the infrared port.
Mode
IrDA
FIR
Determines which physical interface the infrared port
is assigned to. Select IrDA to use the IrDA port in
Standard IR (SIR) mode (115 Kbps). Select FIR to
use the IrDA port in Fast IR mode (4 Mbps).
I/O Address
3F8 - 3FF
2F8 - 2FF
3E8 - 3EF
2E8 - 2EF
Determines the base I/O address used for the
infrared port. The Infrared Port option must be set to
[Enabled] before this setting can be changed.
Interrupt
IRQ 3
IRQ 4
Determines the interrupt request level used for the
infrared port. The Infrared Port option must be set to
[Enabled] before this setting can be changed.
I/O Address
100 - 107
108 - 10F
110 - 117
118 - 11F
Determines the base I/O address for the infrared
port. This option is only selectable when the Infrared
Port Mode setting is FIR.
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Table 3-4. Serial/Parallel Port Configurations Submenu Options (Continued)
Option
Settings
Description
DMA Channel
DMA 1
DMA 3
Determines the DMA channel assigned to the
infrared port when using Fast IR mode. This option is
only selectable when the Infrared Port Mode setting
is FIR.
Parallel Port
Disabled
Enabled
Auto
Determines how system resources for the parallel
port are configured.
Select [Enabled] to configure resources manually.
Select [Auto] to allow the BIOS (or Plug and Play
operating system) to configure system resources for
the parallel port.
Select [Disabled] to disable the parallel port.
Mode
Output Only
Bidirectional
ECP
Determines the operational mode for the parallel
port. Select Output Only, Bidirectional, or ECP
(Extended Capabilities Port) depending on which
setting is appropriate for your application.
This option is not displayed when the Parallel Port
option is set to [Disabled].
I/O Address
378 - 37F
278 - 27F
3BC - 3BF
Determines the base I/O address used for the
parallel port. This option is not displayed when the
Parallel Port option is set to [Disabled].
Interrupt
IRQ 3
IRQ 4
IRQ 7
Determines the interrupt request level used for the
parallel port. This option is not displayed when the
Parallel Port option is set to [Disabled].
DMA Channel
DMA 1
DMA 3
Determines the DMA channel assigned to the
parallel port when using ECP mode.
This option is only displayed when the Parallel Port
option is set to ECP.
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Keyboard/Mouse Features Submenu Options
3
Configuration options for the Keyboard/Mouse Features submenu are given in Table 3-5.
Table 3-5. Keyboard/Mouse Features Submenu Options
Option
Settings
Description
Numlock
Auto
On
Off
This option determines the state of the NumLock key
when the system is powered on.
Hot Plug
Disabled
Enabled
This option determines whether the system is
hot-pluggable.
Select [Enabled] to allow devices to be connected
while the system is running.
Select [Disabled] to prevent devices from being
hot-plugged into the system.
USB Keyboard/Mouse
Disabled
Enabled
Auto
When [Auto] is selected, Legacy (PS/2) Emulation is
enabled if a USB keyboard is connected at boot.
When [Disabled] is selected, Legacy Emulation is
disabled.
When [Enabled] is selected, Legacy Emulation is
enabled and a USB keyboard is available without a
USB-aware operating system.
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Video Submenu Options
3
Options for the Video Features submenu are given in Table 3-6.
Table 3-6. Video Features Submenu Options
Option
Display
Settings
Internal Flat Panel
External
Simultaneous
Description
Determines the default display device.
Select the appropriate option to choose the LCD
(internal flat panel), an external video monitor, or
both as the default display device.
Note that using the Display Select hotpad will change
this setting.
Compensation
Disabled
Enabled
Determines whether the VGA images will expand to
full screen on an SVGA display, or cause VGA
images to stretch to SVGA on an XVGA display (not
full screen). Note that if compensation is enabled,
the display quality will not be as good as if it is
disabled.
Select [Disabled] to use the center portion of the
screen.
Select [Enabled] to expand the image.
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Internal Device Configurations Submenu
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Options for the Internal Device Configurations submenu are given in Table 3-7.
Table 3-7. Internal Device Configurations Submenu Options
Option
Floppy Disk Controller
Settings
Disabled
Enabled
Description
When [Enabled] is selected, the floppy disk drive is
enabled.
When [Disabled] is selected, the floppy disk drive is
disabled.
IDE Controller
Disabled
Enabled
When [Enabled] is selected, the IDE port is enabled.
When [Disabled] is selected, the IDE port is disabled.
LAN Controller
Enabled
Disabled
Auto
When [Auto] is selected, the LAN device is always
enabled when AC power is supplied. When running
on battery power, the LAN device is only enabled
when the link is active.
When [Enabled] is selected, the LAN device is
enabled.
When [Disabled] is selected, the LAN device is
disabled.
Modem Controller
Disabled
Enabled
When [Enabled] is selected, the modem is enabled.
When [Disabled] is selected, the modem is disabled.
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PCI Configuration Submenu
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The PCI Configuration submenu has only one selection: the IRQ Reservation submenu. The IRQ
Reservation submenu allows you to reserve specific IRQs that are used by legacy devices. Unless you
need to reserve specific IRQs to resolve a resource conflict, the recommended setting for each of these
options is Available.
Table 3-8. PCI Configuration Submenu Options
Option
Settings
Description
IRQ 3
Available
Reserved
Select Reserved if the IRQ is needed for use by a
legacy ISA device.
IRQ 4
Available
Reserved
Select Reserved if the IRQ is needed for use by a
legacy ISA device.
IRQ 7
Available
Reserved
Select Reserved if the IRQ is needed for use by a
legacy ISA device.
IRQ 9
Available
Reserved
Select Reserved if the IRQ is needed for use by a
legacy ISA device.
IRQ 10
Available
Reserved
Select Reserved if the IRQ is needed for use by a
legacy ISA device.
IRQ 11
Available
Reserved
Select Reserved if the IRQ is needed for use by a
legacy ISA device.
IRQ 15
Available
Reserved
Select Reserved if the IRQ is needed for use by a
legacy ISA device.
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CPU Features Submenu
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Options for the CPU Features submenu are given in Table 3-9.
Table 3-9. CPU Features Submenu Options
Option
Processor Serial Number
Settings
Enabled
Disabled
Description
This option configures the Processor Serial Number
feature of Pentium III processor. This option is
accessible via DMI.
When [Disabled] is selected, the Processor Serial
Number feature is disabled.
When [Enabled] is selected, the Processor Serial
Number feature is enabled.
Event Logging Submenu
3
The Event Logging Submenu allows you to configure DMI (Desktop Management Interface) event
logging options. To access this submenu, select Event Logging Submenu from the Advanced menu.
Table 3-10. Event Logging Submenu Options
Option
Settings
Description
Event Log Capacity
Status of the event log is displayed.
Event Log Validity
Indicates whether data in the event log is valid.
View Event Log
Enter
Press the <Enter> key or select the [Enter] option to
view the contents of the event log.
Event Logging
Disabled
Enabled
Determines whether DMI event logging is enabled.
System Boot Event
Disabled
Enabled
This option is only available when [Enabled] is
selected for Event Logging.
When [Enabled] is selected, the event may be
logged.
When [Disabled] is selected, the event is ignored.
Clear All Event Logs
No
Yes
Choose [Yes] to clear all DMI event logs at the next
boot. (This setting is reset to No after the event logs
are cleared.)
Mark Events as Read
Enter
Press [Enter] or press the <Enter> key to mark all
events currently in the event log as read. Marked
events will not be displayed the next time View Event
Log is selected.
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Security Menu Options
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Security menu options for the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet are described in Table 3-11. Note that settings for
some security menu options determine whether other options are available.
Table 3-11. BIOS Setup Security Menu Options
Option
Settings
Description
Supervisor Password Is
Set
Clear
Indicates whether a supervisor password has been
specified. (This field cannot be changed directly. To
enable or disable the supervisor password, enter a
new password or clear the old password using the
Set Supervisor Password option.)
User Password Is
Set
Clear
Indicates whether a user password has been
specified. (This field cannot be changed directly. To
enable or disable the user password, enter a new
password or clear the old password using the Set
User Password option.)
Set Supervisor Password
(Tap on the setting field for
this option or press the
<Enter> key to specify a
supervisor password.)
Specifying a supervisor password grants access to
all password protected Security menu options.
When a supervisor password is enabled and a user
password is used to enter BIOS Setup, the user
cannot access the following Security menu options:
Set Supervisor Password, Floppy Disk Access, and
Hard Disk Boot Sector.
When enabled, a supervisor password (or user
password if used) is required to run BIOS Setup.
Set User Password
(Tap on the setting field for
this option or press the
<Enter> key to specify a user
password.)
Specifying a user password grants access to the
following Security menu options only: User
Password, Password On Boot. Other Security menu
options are not accessible.
(When a supervisor password is enabled and a user
password is used to enter BIOS Setup, the user
cannot access the following Security options: Set
Supervisor Password, Floppy Disk Access, Hard
Disk Boot Sector.)
When enabled, a user (or supervisor) password is
required to run BIOS Setup.
Note that a supervisor password must be enabled
before a user password can be specified.
Minimum User Password
Length
Password On Boot
Set the minimum length for the user password. Once
this field is set, the user cannot enter any passwords
less than the minimum length.
Disabled
First Boot
Every Boot
Select [Enabled] to require a user or supervisor
password to boot the system. Note that a user or
supervisor password must be specified before this
option can be enabled.
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Table 3-11. BIOS Setup Security Menu Options (Continued)
Option
Boot from Removable Media
Settings
All
Supervisor Only
Description
This option determines who has permission to boot
the system using removable media. Select
[Supervisor Only] to allow the system only to be
booted from removable media after the system is
started by entering a supervisor password when the
Password On Boot option is enabled.
When [Supervisor Only] is selected, the system
cannot be booted from removable media if
Supervisor Password is enabled and the Supervisor
password was not entered at boot time.
Floppy Disk Access
All
Supervisor Only
This option determines who has access to an
external floppy drive. Select [Supervisor Only] to
allow diskette access only after the system is started
by entering a supervisor password when the
Password On Boot option is enabled. If the Password
On Boot option is disabled, the floppy drive is not
accessible.
When [Supervisor Only] is selected, the system
prevents diskette access if Supervisor Password is
enabled and the Supervisor password was not
entered at boot time.
Hard Disk Security Submenu
Enter this submenu to configure the hard disk
security. (See “Hard Disk Security Submenu
Options” on page -20 for details.)
Owner Information Submenu
Enter this submenu to view and change system
owner information. (See “Owner Information
Submenu Options” on page -20 for details.)
Hard Disk Boot Sector
Normal
Write Protected
This option write-protects the boot sector on the hard
disk, to protect against viruses.
Select [Write Protect] to grant read only access to
the hard disk drive’s boot sector.
Select [Normal] to allow read and write access to the
boot sector.
Caution
Selecting [Write Protect] is not advisable on systems
running Windows 98 or Windows 2000, since those
operating systems must occasionally write to the
boot sector. Select [Normal] if your system runs
Windows 98 or Windows 2000.
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Hard Disk Security Submenu
3
Hard Disk Security submenu options for the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet are described in Table 3-12.
Table 3-12. Hard Disk Security Submenu Options
Option
Primary Master
Settings
Disabled
Enabled
Description
When [Enabled] is selected, the hard disk is locked
with the password. Data in the locked disk cannot be
read on any system other than the original system on
which it was locked, or on systems with identical
password settings.
If the Supervisor Password has not yet been set, this
item is grayed, and cannot be selected or changed.
When [Disabled] is selected, this feature is disabled.
Owner Information Submenu
3
Owner Information submenu options for the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet are described in Table 3-13.
Table 3-13. Owner Information Submenu Options
Option
Settings
Description
Owner Information Is
Clear
Set
Display only. Depending upon the current setting of
the owner information, either [Clear] or [Set] is
displayed.
Set Owner Information
Enter
Press the <Enter> key or select [Enter] to set owner
information.
If the Supervisor Password has not yet been set, this
item is grayed, and cannot be selected or changed.
The owner information is always displayed on the
bottom line of the screen during POST.
Foreground Color
Black
Blue
Green
Cyan
Red
Magenta
Brown
White
Gray
Light Blue
Light Green
Light Cyan
Light Red
Light Magenta
Yellow
Bright White
Set Foreground color.
Background Color
Black
Blue
Green
Cyan
Red
Magenta
Brown
White
Gray
Light Blue
Light Green
Light Cyan
Light Red
Light Magenta
Yellow
Bright White
Set Background color.
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Power Menu Options
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Options for the Power menu are described in Table 3-14. Default settings for most options in this menu
differ depending on the setting selected for the Power Savings BIOS option. (Refer to Chapter 7 of this
manual for more information on power management.)
Caution
Power savings options should be set to the most conservative
values possible for your application; doing so extends battery
life and lowers internal temperatures of the pen tablet.
Windows 98 and Windows 2000 users: Windows 98/2000 are pre-configured to use ACPI. Systems with
ACPI enabled will not use power management settings configured in BIOS Setup. To configure power
management settings in Windows 98 or Windows 2000, open Power Management in Control Panel and
select the desired settings in the Power Management Properties window.
WIndows NT users: Power management should be disabled in the BIOS, and the Plug & Play OS selection
under the Advanced BIOS menu should be set to Yes.
Table 3-14. BIOS Setup Power Savings Options
Option
Power Savings
Settings
Disabled
Description
Select [Maximum Power Savings] to use a power management
profile designed to maximize battery life.
Customized
Maximum Power
Savings
Select [Maximum Performance] to configure the system to use a
power management profile designed for maximum system
performance.
Maximum
Performance
Select [Customized] to edit power management BIOS options
directly and create a custom power management profile.
Select [Disabled] to use no power management (all devices remain
fully on).
Hard Disk Timeout
Off
30 Seconds
1 Minute
2 Minutes
4 Minutes
6 Minutes
8 Minutes
10 Minutes
15 Minutes
20 Minutes
Determines the amount of time elapsed with no hard disk drive
activity before the hard disk drive is spun down. Select [Off] to keep
the hard disk fully powered (always spinning) while the system is
running. Note that the hard disk drive is more vulnerable to shock
and vibration damage when it is spinning.
Display Timeout
Off
2 Minutes
4 Minutes
6 Minutes
8 Minutes
10 Minutes
15 Minutes
20 Minutes
Use this option to determine the amount of time the user input
devices are inactive before the screen is turned off automatically.
This setting affects any external video monitor as well as the pen
tablet display screen.
Select [Off] to keep the video system fully powered while the
system is running.
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Table 3-14. BIOS Setup Power Savings Options (Continued)
Option
Settings
Description
Standby Timeout
Off
1 Minute
2 Minutes
4 Minutes
6 Minutes
8 Minutes
12 Minutes
16 Minutes
Standby Mode turns off various devices in the system, including
the screen and the CPU until you start using the computer again.
Select the period of time the system should be inactive before it
automatically enters standby mode. When in standby mode, some
system components, including the display, are turned off to
conserve battery power. Select Off to disable the Standby Mode
Timeout feature.
Auto Suspend Timeout
Off
5 Minutes
10 Minutes
15 Minutes
20 Minutes
30 Minutes
40 Minutes
60 Minutes
Determines the amount of time elapsed with no system activity
before system operation is suspended automatically.
Suspend Mode
Suspend
Save To Disk
Determines the suspend mode used when you press the Suspend/
Resume button or when the Suspend Mode Timeout expires.
Selecting [Suspend] also allows you to configure the Save-To-Disk
Timeout option.
Note: You must choose [Suspend] to use the Resume On Modem
Ring and Resume On Time options. If [Save To Disk] is selected,
and either Resume On Modem Ring or Resume On Time are
enabled, the system will suspend to RAM and won’t save to disk.
Auto Save-To-Disk
Off
After 1 Hour
Determines whether the system automatically performs a
save-to-disk operation after 1 hour in Suspend mode. To use this
feature, the Suspend Mode option must be set to [Suspend].
Resume On Modem Ring
Off
On
Select [On] to configure the system to resume operation when an
incoming call is detected by your modem.
This feature will detect a modem ring on the built-in modem, a
modem installed in a PC Card slot, or an external modem
connected to a serial port; however, implementation of the ring
indicator function differs between modem vendors, so this feature
may not be supported by some third-party modems.
To use this feature, the Suspend Mode option must be set to
[Suspend]. If [Save To Disk] is selected, and Resume On Modem
Ring is On, the system will suspend to RAM and won’t save to disk.
Resume On Time
Off
On
Select [On] to configure your system to resume operation at the
time of day specified in the Resume Time field.
To use this feature, the Suspend Mode option must be set to
[Suspend]. If [Save To Disk] is selected, and Resume On Time is
On, the system will suspend to RAM and won’t save to disk.
Resume Time
Advanced Features
Submenu
00:00:00
Determines time of day system will resume when the Resume On
Time option is On. Enter the time of day in HH:MM:SS format.
Note: system uses a 24-hour clock.
Select this submenu to further refine power management BIOS
options. See Table 3-15 for more information.
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Advanced Features Options Submenu
3
Options for the Advanced Features Options submenu are described in Table 3-15.
Table 3-15. BIOS Advanced Features Options Submenu
Option
Settings
Description
Suspend/Resume Switch
Disabled
Enabled
Determines whether the Suspend/Resume switch is
enabled or disabled. Note that when this option is in
Disabled mode, the switch will still resume from an
auto-suspended state.
Resume On LAN
Off
On
Selecting [On] allows the system to wake up when
the internal LAN device receives a Magic Packet
while in Suspend Mode.
Serial Mouse Activity
Disabled
Enabled
Determines whether the video system resumes
when external serial activity is detected.
Select Enabled to resume video system operation
when a connected serial device (such as a serial
mouse) is active.
Thermal Control
Maximum Power Savings
Maximum Performance
This selection determines the method of thermal
control used by the system.
Select [Maximum Power Savings] to use CPU
slowdown as the primary cooling method.
Select [Maximum Performance] to use the fan as the
primary cooling method.
Note that - if the temperature is too high - both
systems may be used to cool it down.
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Boot Menu Options
3
Boot menu options are described in Table 3-16.
Table 3-16. BIOS Setup Boot Menu Options
Option
Settings
QuickBoot
Disabled
Enabled
Auto
Description
Determines whether the full set of tests are run
during the Power-On Self Test (POST).
When [Enabled] is selected, a less extensive
memory test is performed and the size of installed
memory is not displayed during the memory test.
When [Auto] is selected, diagnostic tests will either
be skipped or performed according to the order of
the ACPI OS.
When [Disabled] is selected, the full set of tests is
run.
Boot Time Diagnostic Screen
Disabled
Enabled
Determines whether status messages are displayed
as the Power On Self Test (POST) is performed.
Select [Enabled] to display messages.
If [Disabled] is selected, messages are not displayed
and the logo screen is displayed. (If POST errors
occur, POST messages are displayed regardless of
this setting.)
Preboot Execution
Environment
Disabled
Enabled
Determines whether the boot up from a network
server.
Select [Enabled] to allow the system to boot from a
network server (Preboot Execution Environment).
If [Disabled] is selected, this feature is disabled.
Boot Device Priority Submenu
Select this submenu to configure the order in which
drives are searched for a bootable image.
Boot Device Priority Submenu
3
Table 3-17. describes settings in the Boot Device Priority submenu.
Table 3-17. BIOS Setup Boot Sequence Submenu
Setting
Description
1. [Floppy Disk Drive]
2. [Hard Disk Drive]
Determines the order that the systems searches
drives for a bootable image.
1. [Hard Disk Drive]
2. [Floppy Disk Drive]
Tap on item 2 to change the boot sequence.
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Info Menu
3
The Info menu displays information about the pen tablet hardware and BIOS software installed on the
system as described in Table 3-18.
Table 3-18. BIOS Setup Info Menu
Field
Description
BIOS Version
Version number of the BIOS software installed on
system.
BIOS Date
Release date of the BIOS software.
BIOS Area
Memory area used by the BIOS.
CPU Type
Pen tablet CPU.
CPU Speed
Processor speed.
L1 Cache
Size of level 1 cache.
L2 Cache
Size of level 2 cache.
Total Memory
Total memory installed in pen tablet (including built-in
memory).
Exit Menu Options
3
Exit menu options are described in Table 3-19.
Table 3-19. BIOS Setup Exit Menu Options
Option
Description
Exit Saving Changes
Exit after writing all changed BIOS Setup settings to
CMOS memory.
Exit Discarding Changes
Exit without saving changes to BIOS Setup settings
to CMOS memory.
Load Setup Defaults
Load default settings for all BIOS Setup options.
Discard Changes
Read previous settings from CMOS memory and
load in all BIOS Setup options.
Save Changes
Save BIOS changes to CMOS.
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Using CMOSRDWR
3
The CMOSRDWR command line allows you to read the system BIOS CMOS contents into a specified
file, then write the contents into another identical system that uses the same BIOS version. Any number of
BIOS configurations can be stored using this command, either on the system hard disk or on removable
media. Using the CMOSRDWR command allows you to create identical BIOS configurations on multiple
systems.
Note:
• The CMOSRDWR utility should only be used from a real-mode environment (i.e., either from
Windows command prompt or safe mode command prompt.
• The utility will only function on Stylistic 3500 platforms that have the same BIOS versions on the
source and target systems. This is due to the fact that CMOS locations may change from one BIOS
version to another.
• If you restore the CMOS contents onto a system in which the user and supervisor passwords have been
set, the passwords WILL NOT be overwritten.
• CMOSRDWR automatically updates the CMOS checksum to prevent the checksum error that
typically occurs when CMOS contents are modified.
• If the filename specified in the command line already exists in the same location, the file will be
overwritten without any warning.
• The Hard Disk Security and Floppy Drive Access settings are dependent upon the supervisor settings.
If the supervisor password is set, these settings will be reflected correctly, otherwise these settings are
not selectable.
Saving a BIOS Configuration Using CMOSRDWR
3
To run CMOSRDWR, attach a keyboard to your system and perform the following procedure. (An
external keyboard must be used to type the commands since pen support is not available at the MS-DOS
level.)
1. Turn the system on and enter the BIOS setup by double-tapping the screen when prompted.
2. Adjust the BIOS configuration to the desired settings.
3. Save and Exit the BIOS setup.
4. Boot to the MS-DOS prompt.
5. Go to the DOS command line and type: cmosrdwr read <filename>, with the filename being the
destination at which you want to store the BIOS configuration that you just created. When you press
the Enter key, the BIOS configuration is stored in the file destination you selected.
Restoring a BIOS Configuration
3
To apply the BIOS setting created with CMOSRDWR, attach a keyboard to your system and perform the
following procedure. (An external keyboard must be used to type the commands since pen support is not
available at the MS-DOS level.)
1. Boot to the MS-DOS prompt.
2. At the DOS command line, type cmosrdwr write (filename), with the filename being the path to the
location of the CMOSRDWR BIOS configuration you want to apply to the system.
3. When you press the Enter key, the BIOS configuration associated with the designated CMOSRDWR
file is applied to the system BIOS.
Note:
The newly-applied BIOS configuration will not take effect until after the system is rebooted.
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PHDISK Hard Disk Preparation Utility
3
The PHDISK hard disk preparation utility can be used to prepare either a dedicated partition or create a
hidden MS-DOS file for storing system data during a “save-to-disk” operation.
Note:
The Save-to-Disk operation will not work unless the Resume On Modem Ring is disabled in
both the BIOS and in Windows. In order to disable Resume On Modem Ring, contact Fujitsu PC to
obtain a patch program which will allow you to disable the function through Windows.
Caution
Creating a save-to-disk partition will reformat the hard disk
drive, erasing all data on the disk. Back up your hard disk
before using PHDISK to create a save-to-disk partition.
Command Line Options
3
Table 3-20 lists PHDISK command line options and additional parameters. Note that PHDISK options can
be invoked using only the first letter of each option and parameter. For example either,
PHDISK /REFORMAT
or
PHDISK /R
can be used to invoke the reformat option.
Table 3-20. PHDISK Command Line Options
Option
Parameters
None
/CREATE
Description
Displays the PHDISK Opening Screen.
/PARTITION
Creates a save-to-disk partition. (Entire hard disk is reformatted.)
Caution
Creating a save-to-disk partition will reformat the hard disk drive,
erasing all data on the disk. You must back up your hard disk before
using PHDISK to create a save-to-disk partition. To avoid reformatting
your hard disk, use the /FILE parameter instead of the /PARTITION
parameter.
/FILE
If no save-to-disk partition exists, PHDISK creates a save-to-disk file
large enough for the current system configuration.
If a save-to-disk partition exists, PHDISK creates a save-to-disk file
large enough to supplement the existing save-to-disk partition space.
(The file created provides additional disk space required for save to
disk operation.)
/DELETE
/PARTITION
Deletes all data in the save-to-disk partition and renders disk space
occupied by the save-to-disk partition unusable. (You must reformat
the entire hard disk to use the hard disk space occupied by the
deleted partition.)
/FILE
Delete save-to-disk file.
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Table 3-20. PHDISK Command Line Options (Continued)
Option
/INFO
/REFORMAT
Parameters
Description
/PARTITION
Displays data about the save-to-disk partition.
/FILE
Displays data about the save-to-disk file.
/PARTITION
Reformat the save-to-disk partition. This option is typically used if a
hard disk error is detected in the save-to-disk partition.
The example below shows the type of information that is displayed when PHDISK is called without a
command line option. This example displays both the save to disk FILE INFORMATION and
save-to-disk PARTITION INFORMATION headers. These headers are displayed only when both a
save-to-disk partition and a save to disk file exist. (The USAGE and OPTIONS headers are displayed in
several screens displayed by PHDISK).
Note:
When a save-to-disk partition and file both exist, save-to-disk data is stored in the partition first and any
excess data is stored in the save-to-disk file. It is recommended that you configure your system to use
either a save-to-disk partition exclusively or a save-to-disk file exclusively. This ensures that your
save-to-disk data is stored in contiguous disk space.
PHDISK 3.2.20 -- Phoenix NoteBIOS 4.0 (TM) Save to Disk Preparation Utility
Copyright (c) Phoenix Technologies Ltd. 1995-99. All rights Reserved.
Copyright (c) FUJITSU LIMITED. 1998-99
Save to Disk file information:
Your Save to Disk file is named C:\SAVE2DSK.BIN and has a size
of xxxx KBytes. It has System, Hidden, and Read Only attributes.
Save to Disk partition information:
Partition starts at sector xxxxx (head xx, cylinder xx, sector xx)
Partition size: xxxx KBytes total
Current System Status:
You currently need a Save to Disk area of xxxx KBytes. PhDisk will
also require additional overhead and will automatically calculate the
actual required space.
You have both a file and a partition. Save to Disk will default
to file. Either delete the file, or the partition.
Usage:PHDISK [options]
/CREATE
(/FILE or /PARTITION)
/DELETE
(/FILE or /PARTITION)
/INFO
/REFORMAT /PARTITION
-----
Create STD file or partition
Delete existing STD file or partition.
Information on STD disk area(s)
Reformat existing STD partition
This utility configures a hard disk to utilize the Phoenix NoteBIOS 4.0
Save to Disk feature. Please refer to your user manual for information
regarding Save to Disk.
CREATE Option
3
The CREATE option measures the amount of on-board memory, and partitions a segment of the hard
disk drive large enough to store all the data that might be there. The CREATE option formats the
save-to-disk partition or file, marking bad spots on the hard disk drive as they are found.
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Automatic Memory Size Calculation
3
PHDISK automatically measures all system and video memory and calculates the exact amount of hard
disk space required to store the maximum amount of data the memory might contain. The result of this
measurement, [SIZE], is displayed on the PHDISK screen.
The total amount of system and video memory is calculated by the following formula:
Calculated memory = Physical System Memory + Video Memory + 0.3 KBytes (Save to Disk overhead)
Hard disk space is allocated by cluster, therefore, the save-to-disk partition may exceed [SIZE] by nearly
one cluster. This space is used, as needed, for the bad-sector replacement pool.
Specify Memory Size
3
The amount of disk space required to store all system and video memory is calculated automatically
whenever the CREATE option is used. If you specify a specific amount of memory, [SIZE], equal to or
larger than the calculated space required, the amount of memory specified by the [SIZE] parameter is
allocated. [SIZE] is measured in kilobytes (the measurement notation K, or KB, or KBytes, is not entered
in the command line).
• If [SIZE] is larger than or equal to the calculated space required:
Save to Disk disk space allocated = [SIZE].
• If [SIZE] is smaller than the calculated space required:
[SIZE] is ignored, no Save to Disk disk space is allocated, and an error message is displayed.
/PARTITION or /P
3
PARTITION creates a hard disk partition where only save-to-disk data is stored.
Caution
Creating a save-to-disk partition will reformat the hard disk
drive, erasing all data on the disk. You must back up your hard
disk before using PHDISK to create a save-to-disk partition.
To avoid reformatting your hard disk, use the /FILE parameter
instead of the /PARTITION parameter.
Note:
The hard disk drive boot sector BIOS configuration option must be set to normal to create a save-to-disk
partition.
/FILE or /F
3
The /FILE parameter creates a file in the hard disk’s MS-DOS partition that is used to store only
save-to-disk data. When a save-to-disk partition already exists, a file large enough to supplement the
save-to-disk partition is created by default.
When the system and video memory outgrows the [SIZE] of the save-to-disk partition, the /FILE option
can be used to re-allocate disk space. Using /FILE eliminates the user's need to create a new save-to-disk
partition, and also eliminates the time consuming task of backing up the entire hard disk drive before
running PHDISK /CREATE /PARTITION.
If you want to use a save-to-disk file exclusively to store save-to-disk data, you must first delete any
existing save-to-disk partition before creating a save-to-disk file.
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/CREATE Option Syntax
3
The syntax of the PHDISK /CREATE option is:
PHDISK /CREATE [SIZE][/FILE][/PARTITION]
Table 3-21 lists valid examples of the PHDISK /CREATE option.
Table 3-21. PHDISK /CREATE Option
Command
PHDISK /CREATE /FILE
(or PHDISK /C /F)
Description
If no save-to-disk partition exists, PHDISK creates
a save-to-disk file large enough for the current
system configuration.
If a save-to-disk partition exists, PHDISK creates
a save-to-disk file large enough to supplement the
existing save-to-disk partition space. (The file
created provides additional disk space required for
save-to-disk operation.)
PHDISK /CREATE /PARTITION
(or PHDISK /C /P)
Creates a save-to-disk partition using the amount
of memory required as calculated by PHDISK.
Caution
Creating a save-to-disk partition will reformat the
hard disk drive, erasing all data on the disk. You
must back up your hard disk before using PHDISK
to create a save-to-disk partition. To avoid
reformatting your hard disk, use the /FILE
parameter instead of the /PARTITION parameter.
PHDISK /CREATE 10240 /FILE
(or PHDISK /C 10240 /F)
Creates a 10 MB save-to-disk file. The [SIZE]
variable is 10240.
REFORMAT Option
3
The /REFORMAT option resets the pointers in a save-to-disk partition. Use this option after a
save-to-disk operation is terminated by a read or write error.
Note:
Only save-to-disk partitions can be reformatted; save-to-disk files cannot. If a hard disk error occurs while
writing to a save-to-disk file, use PHDISK /DELETE /FILE to delete the save-to-disk file. Then, use
PHDISK /CREATE /FILE to create a new save-to-disk file.
/REFORMAT Option Syntax
3
Table 3-22 lists an example of the PHDISK /REFORMAT option.
Table 3-22. PHDISK /REFORMAT Option
Command
PHDISK /REFORMAT /PARTITION
(or PHDISK /R /P)
Description
Reformats the save-to-disk partition.
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DELETE Option
3
When DELETE is specified, the pointers and data in the specified save-to-disk partition or file are deleted.
Use DELETE when bad data is displayed after a Resume From Disk operation.
/DELETE Option Syntax
3
Table 3-23 lists valid examples of the PHDISK /DELETE option.
Table 3-23. PHDISK /DELETE Option
Command
Description
PHDISK /DELETE /FILE
(or PHDISK /D /F)
Delete save-to-disk file.
PHDISK /DELETE /PARTITION
(or PHDISK /D /P)
Deletes all data in the save-to-disk partition and
renders disk space occupied by the save-to-disk
partition unusable. (You must reformat the entire hard
disk to use the hard disk space occupied by the
deleted partition.)
INFO Option
3
The /INFO option displays data about the save-to-disk partition or file.
/INFO Option Syntax
3
Table 3-24 lists valid examples of the PHDISK /INFO option.
Table 3-24. PHDISK /INFO Option
Command
Description
PHDISK /INFO /FILE
(or PHDISK /I /F)
Displays the size (in kilobytes) of the
save-to-disk file size.
PHDISK /INFO /PARTITION
(or PHDISK /I /P)
Displays the PHDISK /INFO screen.
An example of the /INFO screen when a save-to-disk partition exists is shown below:
PHDISK 3.2.20 -- Phoenix NoteBIOS 4.0 (TM) Save to Disk Preparation Utility
Copyright (c) Phoenix Technologies Ltd. 1995-99. All rights Reserved.
Copyright (c) FUJITSU LIMITED. 1998-99
Save to Disk partition information:
Partition starts at sector xxxxx (head xx, cylinder xx, sector xx)
Partition size: xxxx KBytes total
Current System Status:
You currently need a Save to Disk area of xxxx KBytes. PhDisk will
also require additional overhead and will automatically calculate the
actual required space.
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Messages
3
PHDISK returns various informational messages, not all of which are listed here. The following listing
emphasizes the error messages, including a possible course of action.
PHDISK Sign-on Message
3
This message is displayed at system startup.
PHDISK X.X - Phoenix NoteBIOS 4.0 (tm) Save to Disk Preparation Utility
Copyright (c) Phoenix Technologies Ltd. 1995-99. All rights reserved.
Copyright (c) FUJITSU LIMITED. 1998-99
Help Screen
3
The HELP screen is displayed when PHDISK is called without options. The following text is displayed
when a save-to-disk partition already exists.
Usage:PHDISK [options]
/CREATE
(/FILE or /PARTITION)
-- Create STD file or partition
/DELETE
(/FILE or /PARTITION)
-- Delete existing STD partition.
/INFO
-- Information on STD disk area(s)
/REFORMAT /PARTITION
-- Reformat existing STD partition
This utility configures a hard disk to utilize the Phoenix NoteBIOS 4.0
Save to Disk feature. Please refer to your user manual for information
regarding Save to Disk.
Unrecognized Option
3
The following text is displayed when an invalid option is entered at the command line.
Error: (User option) is an unrecognized command line option.
For a command line summary, invoke PHDISK without any parameters.
Run the PHDISK command again in this case.
Fatal Error
3
The following text is displayed when a hard disk error is detected during any save-to-disk operation.
Error: A fatal hard disk error has occurred.
Check your hardware configuration and re-execute PHDISK.
Run a hard disk utility to determine the source of the error, then re-execute the PHDISK command.
Not Enough Disk Space
3
The following text is displayed when the amount of unused disk space available is less than the amount
required to create the save-to-disk partition.
Error: Not enough free disk space exists to create the suspend to disk
partition. Refer to the user manual for possible suggestions on increasing
the amount of free disk space for the suspend to disk partition.
Delete unused files, backup the DOS partition, reformat the disk, then run
PHDISK /CREATE /PARTITION to create a larger partition.
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Save to Disk Partition Exists
3
The following text is displayed when a PHDISK /CREATE /PARTITION operation is attempted while a
save-to-disk partition exists.
Error:Phoenix NoteBIOS Save to Disk partition already exists. To resize the
partition, delete the existing partition with PHDISK/DELETE and create the
partition with PHDISK/CREATE.
Reallocate the save-to-disk partition if needed, or use the /CREATE /FILE option instead. (Note that a
partition will require contiguous disk space.)
Too Many Bad Sectors
3
The following text is displayed when the save-to-disk partition is too small because of an increasing
number of bad sectors.
Error: Too many errors exist in the Phoenix NoteBIOS (tm) Save to Disk
partition. Check your hardware configuration and rerun PHDISK.
Execute PHDISK /CREATE /FILE to create a save-to-disk file.
First Two Sectors Bad
3
The following text is displayed when the save-to-disk partition cannot be used.
Error: The first two sectors in the Save to Disk partition are both
unusable. This disk is unsuitable for the Phoenix NoteBIOS Save to Disk
feature.
Attempt to reformat the partition using PHDISK /REFORMAT /PARTITION. (You may need to first
delete the partition using PHDISK /DELETE /PARTITION depending on the disk error.)
PHDISK /CREATE Failed to Execute
3
The following text is displayed when no save-to-disk partition exists, or the partition table on head 0,
cylinder 0, sector 1 is corrupted.
Error: The Phoenix NoteBIOS (tm) Save to Disk partition doesn’t exist or the
hard disk partition table on head 0, cylinder 0, sector 1 is corrupted.
Invoke PHDISK/CREATE to create the Save to Disk partition.
Execute PHDISK /CREATE /PARTITION.
Good Sector Map Corrupted
3
The following text is displayed when a save-to-disk partition exists but the GSM is corrupted.
Error: The "Good sector map" (GSM) in the Phoenix NoteBIOS Save to Disk
partition is bad. Invoke PHDISK /REFORMAT to rebuild this table.
Use PHDISK /REFORMAT /PARTITION to reset the GSM flags.
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Not Enough System Memory
3
The following text is displayed when not enough system memory is available to execute PHDISK.
Error: Couldn’t allocate additional memory required to execute PHDISK.
Add more system memory, then try the PHDISK command again.
File Already Exists
3
The following text is displayed when the PHDISK /CREATE /FILE command is entered when a
save-to-disk file already exists.
PHDISK X.X -- Phoenix NoteBIOS 4.0 (tm) Save to Disk Preparation Utility
Copyright (c) Phoenix Technologies Ltd. 1995-99. All rights reserved.
Copyright (c) FUJITSU LIMITED. 1998-99
Save to Disk file information:
Your Save to Disk file is named C:\SAVE2DSK.BIN and has a size
of xxxx KBytes. It has System, Hidden, and Read Only attributes.
The system will now be reset to allow the BIOS to
recognize the changes. If the system fails to reboot,
please reset the system manually.
Press any key to reset the system...
Delete the current file, using PHDISK /DELETE /FILE, before creating another save-to-disk file.
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Chapter 4
Installing Hardware Options
This chapter provides procedures for installing PC Cards and DIMM cards. (For details on replacing the
pen tablet’s internal IDE hard disk drive, refer to “Removing the Hard Disk Drive” on page 75.)
Installing a PC Card
4
You can install a PC Card while the system is running, when the system is off, or when system operation
is suspended.
To install a PC Card,
1. With the arrow on the PC Card facing up, insert the card through the shutters in the PC Card slot, as
shown in Figure 4-1.
2. Push the PC Card into the slot until it is seated.
3. If necessary, install any driver or application software necessary to use your PC Card. Note that Card
and Socket Services are configured automatically by the operating system.
The PC Card is now installed and you can use the PC Card with your system.
PC Card slot
Eject button
Figure 4-1 Installing a PC Card
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Removing a PC Card
4
To remove a PC Card,
1. Stop the PC Card using the appropriate features of your operating system.
2. Press the Eject button for the PC Card slot.
3. Pull the PC Card all the way out of the slot.
Installing a DIMM Card
4
Only one DIMM socket is available on the pen tablet. You will need to remove any DIMM card currently
installed in the system before you can install a new DIMM card. See “Removing a DIMM Card” on page
37 for details.
To install a DIMM card in the pen tablet,
1. Ensure that the pen tablet is off. To do so, carry out the Shut Down command in the Start menu. (Do
not attempt to remove or install a DIMM card when the system is in Suspend mode or running.)
2. Remove the two screws from the cover plate on the back of the pen tablet and remove the cover plate
as shown in Figure 4-2.
Figure 4-2 Installing a DIMM Card
3. Insert the DIMM card in the socket at an angle and push it down until it locks into place. Note that the
DIMM card is keyed to prevent it from being inserted backwards.
4. Reinstall the cover and screws that you removed in step 2.
5. Confirm that the DIMM card is recognized by the system. To do so, run BIOS Setup. The size of the
DIMM card should be displayed in the Info menu in BIOS Setup.
The DIMM card is installed in the pen tablet and you can now use the system.
Removing a PC Card
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Removing a DIMM Card
4
To remove a DIMM card,
1. Ensure that the pen tablet is off. To do so, carry out the Shut Down command in the Start menu. (Do
not attempt to remove or install a DIMM card when the system is in Suspend mode or running.)
2. Remove the screws from the cover plate on the back of the pen tablet and remove the cover plate as
shown in Figure 4-2.
3. Spread the fingers on the socket that lock the DIMM card in place until the DIMM card is loose.
Reference Figure 4-3.
4. Remove the DIMM card from the socket.
5. Reinstall the cover plate if you are not installing a new DIMM card.
The DIMM card is now removed from the pen tablet. Refer to “Installing a DIMM Card” on page 36 if
you are installing a new DIMM card.
Figure 4-3 Removing a DIMM Card
Removing a DIMM Card
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Chapter 5
Hardware Specifications
Specifications for the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet and mini-dock are given in this chapter.
General Specifications
5
General specifications for the pen tablet are given in Table 5-1.
Table 5-1. Logic System Specifications
Feature
Specification
Comments
Architecture
IBM-AT compatible
Microprocessor
Intel 500 MHz Celeron processor
Chipset
Intel 440MX -100
Cache
Level 1 (L1) cache: 32 KB
Level 2 (L2) cache: 128 KB
L1 cache (internal CPU) is always enabled.
BIOS ROM
512 KB (flash ROM upgradeable)
Flash ROM with boot block
RAM (expansion)
One 144-pin DIMM slot.
Supports up to 256MB memory.
Total allowable RAM is 256MB. Memory
from third-party vendors is not supported for
use with the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet.)
Video Controller
ATI Mobility-M
Mobile multimedia VGA controller with
SVGA enhancements.
Video Memory
4MB VRAM
High speed VRAM integrated in video
controller.
I/O Controller
FDC37N769
Standard Microsystems Corporation
Controller for: serial ports, parallel port, IrDA
port, and floppy disk drive.
PC Card Controller
PCI1420
Texas Instruments
Controller is on PCI bus. Supports CardBus
(PCI bridge) and PCIC protocols. Note that
the controller does not support Zoomed
Video.
Audio Controller
Integrated into the Intel chipset, supported by
AC’97 - SigmaTel codec.
LAN Controller
Intel 82559
Modem Chipset
Built around Lucent 1646 DSP chipset
100 MHz system bus
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Display Specifications
5
Specifications for the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet display are given in Table 5-2.. The Stylistic 3500 pen tablet
is available with one of three different displays. Note the display type for your system when referring to
this table. Comments indicate which displays are best suited to particular environments and applications.
Table 5-2. Display Specifications
Feature
Specification
Comments
Indoor Color TFT
LCD
•
•
•
•
•
10.4" diagonal TFT Color
XGA 1024 x 768 dot composition
Transmissive
256 K colors
Brightness: Minimum 13 nits (cd/m2)
Maximum 130 nits (cd/m2)
• Backlight: CFL x 1, 8 gradations
Best choice for indoor lighting environments.
Indoor/Outdoor Color
TFT LCD
•
•
•
•
•
10.4" diagonal TFT Color
SVGA 800 x 600 dot composition
Transmissive
256 K colors
Brightness: Minimum 15 nits (cd/m2)
Maximum 150 nits (cd/m2)
• Backlight: CFL x 1, 8 gradations
Best choice when pen tablet must be used
both indoors and outdoors. When used
indoors, the LCD backlight provides
adequate display brightness. When used
outdoors, the LCD can be used with
reflected light only (the backlight may be
needed in the shade).
Outdoor Color TFT
LCD
•
•
•
•
Best choice when pen tablet must be used
primarily outdoors.
10.4" diagonal TFT Color
SVGA 800 x 600 dot composition
Reflective
256 K colors
External Video Capabilities
5
The Stylistic 3500 pen tablet port replicator or mini-dock can drive an external video monitor. You can
select an external monitor, the pen tablet display screen, or both as the active video display. The pen
tablet supports VGA, SVGA, and XGA video modes with external monitors. Screen resolutions supported
for external video monitors are given in Table 5-3.
Note:
After panning, stretching, or rotating the display, be sure to return the display to its normal resolution
before attempting to recalibrate the pen.
Table 5-3. Supported Video Modes for External Monitors
Resolution
Colors
640x480 (VGA)
Up to 16 M
800x600* (SVGA)
Up to 16 M
1024x768** (XGA)
Up to 16 M
* SVGA LCD: For an SVGA LCD or external monitor, 800x600 resolution will not compensate, but display will be
small.
** XGA LCD: For XGA LCD or external monitor, 1024x768 resolution will not compensate, but display will pan.
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Digitizer Specifications
5
The Stylistic 3500 pen tablet digitizer consists of the pen, a sensor grid, and supporting controller
circuitry. The sensor grid is built into the pen tablet in front of the display screen and detects pen
pressure.
Technology Notice
5
The display for your pen tablet incorporates a breakthrough digitizer technology that dramatically
improves outdoor viewability. Compared to traditional outdoor displays, the new display excels in
providing superior visibility in full sunlight, and a clear, bright picture indoors, in low light conditions, or
at night.
This new technology involves the use of a liquid between the digitizer layers to minimize light refraction
and reduce glare. As a result of this technology, users may notice the appearance of tiny air bubbles
which are caused by changes in atmospheric pressure (such as that experienced in an airplane). These
tiny bubbles are temporary and do not affect system performance or usability. The digitizer still functions
normally when the air bubbles are present.
The air bubbles are formed when the liquid vaporizes due to pressure change. When the pen tablet is
returned to normal use conditions, the tiny air bubbles are absorbed back into the liquid after a short
amount of time.
If these air bubbles are visually distracting, or if they form a larger bubble, gently rub the screen with a
soft cotton cloth in a circular motion, similar to cleaning the screen of fingerprint oil.
Table 5-4. Digitizer Specifications
Feature
Specification
Comments
Type
Pressure-sensitive
Resistive digitizer
Active Area
213.2 mm x 160.4 mm
Area of display screen that reacts with the pen.
Resolution
0.1 mm
Maximum Sampling Rate
100 points per second
Interface
Serial interface
Pen Switches
None
Pen buttons can be emulated with use of
right-mouse button hotpad.
Digitizer Specifications
40
Peripheral Interface Specifications
5
Specifications for peripheral interfaces on the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet are given in Table 5-5. For
specifications on peripheral interfaces provided by the port replicator, see “Port Replicator Specifications”
later in this chapter. Also note that pin assignments and other details for peripheral interfaces on the
Stylistic 3500 pen tablet are given in Chapter 6 of this manual.
Table 5-5. Peripheral Interface Specifications
Feature
Specification
Comments
PC Card Slot
One Type II PCMCIA CardBus slot.
Compliant with PC Card Standard Rev. 3.0
Supports CardBus and PCIC (PC Card I/O
Cards)
IDE Interface
Supports one IDE hard disk drive (2.5 inch)
IDE hard disk drive is preinstalled at factory.
Modem Port
RJ-11 connector for internal modem
See “Internal LAN/Modem Specifications” on
page 44 for more information. Note that the
LAN portion of the device is accessible only
via the mini-dock.
Serial Port
Standard 9-pin connector that allows you to
connect an external serial device.
Universal Serial Bus
Port (USB A)
One USB Series A receptacle on pen tablet.
IrDA Port
Infrared transceiver built into pen tablet.
Compliant with IrDA Standard Revision 1.1
Supports: FIR (4 Mbps max),
SIR (115 Kbps max)
Range: approximately 1 M, 15 degrees from
center
Infrared Keyboard
Port
Infrared receiver built into the pen tablet for
use with an optional infrared keyboard.
Proprietary Fujitsu receiver.
Range: approximately 1 M, 15 degrees from
center
DC Power Input
16 VDC ±10%, 3.36 A
Connector vendor: Hosiden
(Hosiden part number HEC3900-01-010)
This connector is a EIAJ-RC5320A standard
connector.
External power can be connected to DC
input connector on the pen tablet, mini-dock,
port replicator, or high-usage contacts. See
“DC Power Inputs” on page 67 for more
details.
Audio Jacks
Monaural microphone input mini jack
Stereo headphone output mini jack
Standard 3.5 mm mini jacks.
See “Audio Jacks” on page 59 for details on
audio inputs and outputs.
System Interface
Port
200-pin connector
For use with Stylistic 3500 port replicator or
mini-dock.
High-Usage
Contacts
8-position external contact connector
provides connections for: DC power input and
USB.
See “High Usage Contacts” on page 47 for
signal assignments of the high-usage
contacts.
Floppy Disk Drive
Port
26-pin floppy disk drive connector
For use with Fujitsu floppy disk drive.
Peripheral Interface Specifications
41
Power System Specifications
5
Specifications for the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet power system are given in Table 5-6. The power system and
power management characteristics are further described in Chapter 7 of this manual.
Table 5-6. Power System Specifications
Feature
Specification
Comments
Power Management
Specification
Supported
ACPI Specification Revision 1.0
ACPI: Windows 98 and Windows 2000 are
supported.
Battery Pack
Rechargeable 6-cell lithium ion battery pack
Capacity: 3100 mAh
Nominal operating voltage: 10.8 V
Charge time (in suspend or off mode):
≈ 180 minutes (90% charge)
≈ 240 minutes (99-100% charge)
Charge time (system running): Depends upon
applications in use, power management utility
setup, and backlight.
Charge times are for a 0% charged battery
pack charging in pen tablet (not in an
external battery charger).
If the battery pack is 90% or higher when you
connect DC power, the battery pack will not
charge, thus preventing overcharging.
Battery life values are approximate.
Battery life:
≈ Approximately 4 hours when running
(dependent upon application, power
management, and backlight)
≈ Minimum 5 days in Suspend-to-RAM mode
≈ Approximately 30 days in Fully Off mode
Bridge Battery
• Nickel metal hydride
• 6 cells
• Capacity: 6.0 V, 35 mAH (210 mWh)
• Suspend life (backup battery only):
Approximately 5 minutes
• Charge Time: 100 hours (with AC)
Bridge battery supplies power to RAM in
suspend mode for about 5 minutes while
battery pack is removed. (Note: bridge
battery cannot power system in fully on
mode.)
Bridge battery is charged:
• In all modes when external DC power is
connected.
• In On, Idle, or Standby modes (when
system is running) when external power
is not connected.
Sub Battery
• Lithium battery (built in)
• 265 mAh
AC Adapter
Provides real time clock power backup.
Approximate battery life is 5 years. (Not field
replaceable.)
• Input: 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
• Output: 16 VDC ±10%, 3.36 A
Power System Specifications
42
Environmental Specifications
5
Environmental specifications for the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet are given in Table 5-7.
Table 5-7. Environmental Specifications
Feature
Specification
Temperature
Operating: 0° to 40°C (32° to 104°F)
Nonoperating: -20° to 60°C (-4° to 140°F)
(with appropriate power management)
Humidity
Operating: 20% to 80% RH noncondensing
Nonoperating: 20% to 80% RH noncondensing
Vibration
0.67G, random
Physical Specifications
5
Physical specifications for the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet are given in Table 5-8.
Table 5-8. Stylistic 3500 Pen Tablet Specifications
Feature
Specification
Pen Tablet Dimensions
11 x 8.5 x 1.1 in (280 x 215 x 27.4 mm)
Pen Tablet Weight
(with battery pack)
3.2 lbs. (1.45 Kg)
Hand Strap Inserts
M-3 size, 4mm depth
Agency Approval Specifications
5
Specifications for government agency approvals are given in Table 5-9.
Table 5-9. Agency Approval Specifications
Feature
Emissions
Specification
• FCC Part 15 Class B
• EN55022 Class B
Immunity
• EN55024
• EN61000-3-2
• EN61000-3-3
Safety
• UL 1950
• CSA950
• EN60950
Modem
• FCC Part 68
• IC CS03
Environmental Specifications
43
Internal LAN/Modem Specifications
5
The internal LAN/modem device connects to the system’s PCI bus. Specifications for the internal LAN/
modem are given in Table 5-10. The internal LAN/modem is built-in and is not field replaceable. The
internal modem is a global device.
Table 5-10. Internal LAN/Modem Specifications
Feature
LAN Part
Specification
Transmission media
Non-shielded twisted-pair cable.
Transmission system
Base-band method
Data transfer velocity
100 Mbps/10 Mbps
Network form
Star
Max. segment length
100 m
Max. number of node/
segments
Dependent upon hub
Data link control
method
CSMA/CD
Message protocol
Variable length frame
Synchronous method
Pre-amp
Error correct method
32-bit CRC check
Frame addressing
method
Unique address
Group address
Simultaneous address
Data encode/decode
method
Manchester method (10 Mbps)
MLT-3 method (100 Mbps)
Chipset
Built around Lucent
1646 DSP chipset
Modem Part
Data rate
Protocols
56 Kbps*
• ITU-T V.90
• ITU-T V.34
• ITU-T V.32bis
• ITU-T V.32
• ITU-T V.22bis
Standards
Compression method
Hayes AT command set
• V.42bis data compression
• MNP Class 5 data compression
Error correction
Compliance
countries
V.42 automatic correction
MNP Class 4
US / Canada / Japan / Belgium / Denmark / Finland / France /
Germany / The Netherlands / Italy / Norway / Sweden / Switzerland /
United Kingdom / Austria / Portugal / Ireland / Spain / Greece
Internal LAN/Modem Specifications
44
Table 5-10. Internal LAN/Modem Specifications
Feature
Fax
*
Specification
Standard
EIA/TIA 578 (Class 1)
Protocol
G3 facsimile standard: ITU-T T.30
Capability
ITU-T V.17
ITU-T V.29
ITU-T V.27
ITU-T V.21 ch2
Current FCC restrictions, line conditions, and other external factors will reduce
actual data transmission rates.
Internal LAN/Modem Specifications
45
Port Replicator/Mini-Dock Specifications
5
The Stylistic 3500 port replicator and mini-dock are designed to provide optimal support for your pen
tablet. Specifications for interfaces on the Stylistic 3500 port replicator and mini-dock are given in Table
5-11. Note that these interfaces duplicate corresponding ports on the pen tablet. For details on peripheral
interfaces provided by the port replicator and mini-dock, refer to Chapter 6 of this manual.
Note:
The connectors and ports on the port replicator and mini-dock are identical with one exception: the
mini-dock has a PCMCIA slot, but the port replicator does not.
Table 5-11. Stylistic 3500 Port Replicator/Mini-Dock Specifications
Feature
Specification
Comments
DC power input
+ tip / - sleeve
16 VDC ±10%, 3.36 A
Keyboard Port
6-pin PS/2-style
Mouse Port
6-pin PS/2-style
Video Port
Standard 15-pin video connector
System supports simultaneous operation of
external monitor with LCD.
Serial Port A
Male 9-pin D connector
NS 16C550-compatible, fully functional
RS-232C serial port.
LAN Port
Standard RJ-45 port
See “Internal LAN/Modem Specifications” on
page 44 for more information. Note that this
portion of the LAN/Modem device is
accessible only via the port replicator or
mini-dock.
Floppy Disk Drive
Port
26-pin connector for use with Fujitsu floppy
disk drives.
Line Output Jack
3.5 mm mini stereo jack
Universal Serial Bus
Port
USB Series A receptacle
Parallel Port
25-pin D connector, female
Output only, bidirectional, and ECP
operational modes are supported.
PCMCIA
Standard 68-pin PCMCIA connector
Available on mini-dock only. Will support one
Type III or two Type II CardBus cards.
Supports most PS/2-style keyboards.
Using the line output jack does not disable
any other audio features on the pen tablet or
port replicator. (The line output jack is not
disabled when other audio jacks are used.)
Port Replicator/Mini-Dock Specifications
46
Chapter 6
Peripheral Interfaces
Details on peripheral interfaces on the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet are described in this chapter.
The Stylistic 3500 pen tablet provides the following peripheral interfaces:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
DC input connector
Serial port
IrDA port
Infrared keyboard port
Universal Serial Bus (USB)
RJ-11 jack for internal modem
Stereo headphone jack
Stereo microphone jack
System interface port*
High-usage contacts
Floppy disk drive port
PC Card socket
Hard disk drive port
* Note that the system interface port (also referred to as the port replicator or mini-dock connector in
some documentation) allows you to connect the Stylistic 3500 port replicator or mini-dock.
Pin assignments for peripheral interfaces on the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet are given in the following
sections.
High Usage Contacts
6
The high usage contacts on the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet provide signals for the DC power input and USB
devices. Signal assignments for the metal contacts are shown in Table 6-1.
Table 6-1. Metal Contacts
Connector Position Locations
1
8
Position
Signal
1
DC-IN
2
DETECT0
3
USBVCC1
4
USBP-
5
USBP+
6
USBG
7
DETECT1
8
GND
High Usage Contacts
47
Serial Port
6
The serial port provides a standard 9-pin connector that allows you to use the pen tablet with an external
serial device. Pin assignments for the serial port connector are shown in Table 6-2.
Table 6-2. Serial Port Connector Pin Assignments
Connector Pin Locations
Pin
Signal Name
1
CD
2
RD (RxD)
3
SD (TxD)
4
ER (DTR)
5
SG (GND)
6
DR (DSR)
7
RS (RTS)
8
CS (CTS)
9
CI (RI)
Host
I/O
-----
DC Power Input
6
The DC power input connector connects to the AC adapter or auto adapter to power the pen tablet. The
DC power input connector is a two-conductor connector with a center pin and sleeve. Pin assignments for
this connector are given in Table 6-3.
Table 6-3. DC Power Input Connector Pin Assignments
Conductor
Description
Center Pin
16 Volts DC ±10%, 3.36 A
Sleeve
Ground
Comments
(Hosiden part number
HEC3900-01-010)
This connector is a
EIAJ-RC5320A standard
connector. See “DC Power Input
Connector Pin Assignments” on
page 48 for more details.
When a DC power source is connected to the DC power input on the pen tablet, circuitry built into the
pen tablet provides protection against reverse polarity and overvoltage.
Serial Port
48
Floppy Disk Drive Port
6
The floppy disk drive port on the pen tablet is compatible with the Fujitsu floppy disk drive. Pin
assignments for the floppy disk drive connector are given in Table 6-4.
Table 6-4. Floppy Disk Drive Connector Pin Assignments
Connector Pin Locations
25 23 21 19 17 15 13 11
9
7
5
3
26 24 22 20 18 16 14 12 10
8
6
4
Pin
1
Signal
Name
Signal Description
1
GND
Ground
2
GND
Ground
3
HDSEL#
Head select
4
RDATA#
Read disk data
5
FDATCH#
Floppy disk drive attached
6
WDATA#
Write data
7
MODE#
Mode select
8
N.C.
No connection
9
DRVSEL#
Drive select
10
5V
5-Volt power
11
5V
5-Volt power
12
5V
5-Volt power
13
INDEX#
Index
14
WP#
Write protected
15
TRK0#
Track 00
16
GND
Ground
17
WGATE#
Write gate
18
GND
Ground
19
N.C.
No connection
20
STEP#
Step pulse
21
DIR
Direction control
22
MOTOR#
Motor on
23
N.C.
No connection
24
DSKCHG#
Disk change
25
GND
Ground
26
N.C.
No connection
2
#Indicates active-low signal.
Floppy Disk Drive Port
49
Universal Serial Bus Port
6
The pen tablet provides a Universal Serial Bus (USB) port that is compliant with the Universal Serial Bus
Specification Revision 1.0. The USB port is a powered USB hub and can support concurrent operation of up
to 127 devices. The Stylistic 3500 pen tablet functions as a USB host and supports high-power,
bus-powered functions as defined in the USB specification. System resources for the USB are assigned by
the operating system, no software configuration is necessary; however, it may be necessary to install
drivers and application software to support your USB device.
The Stylistic 3500 port replicator and mini-dock provide one USB port. The pen tablet can supply a
maximum of 500 mA at 5 volts (or a 5-unit load as defined by the USB specification) on each USB
connector (for a total of 1,000 mA using both USB connectors, one on main unit and the other on the port
replicator, or mini dock, or high usage cradle, or wall mount cradle).
Ensure that your USB configuration does not exceed this maximum load. Note that the conductor gauge
and length of your USB cabling will affect the voltage drop and signal propagation between USB devices.
Refer to the Universal Serial Bus Specification for details on cable requirements or contact your cable
vendor. Also note that some USB devices are self-powered and do not draw power over the USB cable.
Contact pin assignments for the USB port are shown in Table 6-5.
Table 6-5. Universal Serial Bus Port Contact Pin Assignments
Contact Pin Locations
Position 3
Position 4
Contact
Number
Signal Name
Signal Description
1
5V
Cable power (+ 5 volts DC,
500mA)
2
DATA -
Data
3
DATA +
Data
4
GND
Position 2
Position 1
Cable ground
Universal Serial Bus Port
50
System Interface Port
6
The system interface port on the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet allows you to attach the Stylistic 3500 port
replicator or mini-dock. The system interface port is a 200-pin connector. Figure 6-1 shows the pin
locations for the system interface port connector on the pen tablet.
Note:
The connectors used for the system interface port are manufactured by JAE. Part numbers are:
female: KX20-200RG-F2LT, male: KX20-200BG-F2LT
Figure 6-1 System Interface Port Connector (On Pen Tablet)
LCD Side
50
49
48 47
4
3
100 99
98 97
54 53
2
1
52
51
150 149 148 147
104 103 102 101
200 199 198 197
154 153 152 151
Back Side
The pin assignments for the system interface port connector on the pen tablet are given in Table 6-6.
Signals designated with the “pound” (#) symbol are active low.
Note:
• Signal names listed in the second column of this table are not industry standard signal names. They
are provided to assist in cross-referencing these signal names when they appear elsewhere.
• Signals provided on the system interface port duplicate signals for connectors on the pen tablet. Do not
use peripheral connectors on the pen tablet when using corresponding interfaces on the system
interface port.
System Interface Port
51
The port replicator/mini-dock connector is not a “hot pluggable” connector. You must shut down or
suspend the pen tablet before connecting the port replicator. The system interface port is disabled (all
signals de-asserted) when system operation is suspended.
Table 6-6. System Interface Port Connector Pin Assignments
Pin
Signal
Name
1
POW1
2
POW1
3
POW1
4
POW1
5
POW1
6
POW1
7
Level
Description
Port or Connector
+16V
DC Power Input
DC-IN
LOUTLG
GND
Ground Left
Line Output Audio Jack
8
LOUTL
Analog
Signal Left
9
5VMAIN
+5V
+5 Volt Power Output
Port Replicator
10
5VMAIN
11
5VMAIN
12
5VMAIN
13
FDSEL0#
Drive Select
FDD
14
FMODE#
Density Select
15
FSIDE#
Head Select
16
VGAGND
17
VGAGND
18
GND
VGA Ground
VSYNC
+5V
Vertical Sync Signal
19
VGAB
Analog
DAC Blue Signal
20
VGAGND
GND
VGA Ground
21
RTSA#
RS-232C
Request to Send
22
DSRA#
23
SMI
24
ID0
25
PPERR#
26
PAFD#
Autofeed Output
27
PRD6
Port Data 6
28
PRD5
Port Data 5
29
PRD0
Port Data 0
CRT
Serial Port
Data Set Ready
+3.3V
SMI Input
Port Replicator
Port Replicator ID Input
+5V
Error
Parallel Port
System Interface Port
52
Table 6-6. System Interface Port Connector Pin Assignments (Continued)
Pin
Signal
Name
Level
PCMVCC
Description
Port or Connector
30
B_D10
Card Data 10
PC Card Slot
31
B_WP
Write Protect
32
B_BVD1
Battery Voltage Detect 1
33
B_A0
Card Address 0
34
B_A1
Card Address 1
35
B_RESET
Card Reset
36
B_A6
Card Address 6
37
B_A15
Card Address 15
38
B_A22
Card Address 22
39
GND
GND
Ground
Port Replicator
40
B_A19
PCMVCC
Card Address 19
PC Card Slot
41
B_A11
Card Address 11
42
B_IORD#
I/O Read
43
B_D7
Card Data 7
44
GND
GND
Ground
Port Replicator
45
B_D11
PCMVCC
Card Data 11
PC Card Slot
46
B_D3
47
GND
48
GND
49
LANTX-
50
LANTX+
51
Card Data 3
GND
Ground
Port Replicator
LAN
Transmit Data
LAN (RJ-45)
GND
GND
Ground
Port Replicator
52
NC
--
--
Reserved
53
POW1
+16V
DC Power Supply from Port Replicator
DC-IN
54
POW1
55
POW1
56
NC
--
--
Reserved
57
SPOUT1
Analog
Speaker Out
Speaker
58
LOUTR
Signal Right
Line Output Audio Jack
59
LOUTRG
Ground Right
60
NC
--
--
Reserved
System Interface Port
53
Table 6-6. System Interface Port Connector Pin Assignments (Continued)
Pin
Signal
Name
61
5VMAIN
62
Level
+5V
Description
Port or Connector
+5V Power Output
Port Replicator
FWG#
Write Gate
FDD
63
FINDEX#
Index
64
5VMAIN
+5V Power Output
Port Replicator
65
FRDDT#
Read Disk Data
FDD
66
VGAGND
GND
VGA Ground
CRT
67
VGAGND
68
DDCDATA
+5V
Serial data for VESA DDC2B monitor
69
VGAGND
GND
VGA Ground
70
VGAGND
71
RIA#
RS-232C
Ring Indicator
72
CTSA#
Clear to Send
73
DCDA#
Data Carrier Detect
74
K-SW
75
+5V
Serial Port
Keyboard Detect
Keyboard
PSLIN#
Printer Select Input
Parallel Port
76
PINIT#
Initiate Output
77
PSTB#
Strobe Output
78
PRD7
Port Data 7
79
GND
GND
Ground
Port Replicator
80
PRD1
+5V
Port Data 1
Parallel Port
81
B_D0
PCMVCC
Card Data 0
PC Card Slot
82
B_CD2#
Card Detect 2
83
B_VS1
Voltage Sense 1
84
GND
GND
Ground
Port Replicator
System Interface Port
54
Table 6-6. System Interface Port Connector Pin Assignments (Continued)
Pin
Signal
Name
Level
PCMVCC
Description
85
B_A4
Card Address 4
86
B_A5
Card Address 5
87
B_A12
Card Address 12
88
B_A23
Card Address 23
89
B_A20
Card Address 20
90
B_A14
Card Address 14
91
B_A9
Card Address 9
92
B_IOWR
I/O Write
93
B_CE1#
Card Enable 1
94
B_D15
Card Data 15
95
B_D12
Card Data 12
96
B_D4
Card Data 4
97
GND
98
GND
99
LANRX-
100
LANRX+
101
Port or Connector
PC Card Slot
GND
Ground
Port Replicator
LAN
Receive Data
LAN (RJ-45)
DETECT1
+16V
Core Unit Detect 1
Port Replicator
102
USBGND
GND
USB Ground
USB
103
USBGND
104
USBGND
105
USBGND
106
SPOUT2G
Speaker Ground
Speaker
107
SPOUT2
Analog
Speaker Out
108
NC
--
--
Reserved
109
NC
110
FMOTOR#
+5V
Motor On
FDD
111
5VMAIN
+5V Power Output
Port Replicator
112
FSTEP#
Step
FDD
113
FWP#
Write Protected
114
5VMAIN
+5V Power Output
Port Replicator
115
FDATCH#
FDD Attach
FDD
System Interface Port
55
Table 6-6. System Interface Port Connector Pin Assignments (Continued)
Pin
Signal
Name
116
VGAGND
117
VGAGND
118
Level
Description
Port or Connector
GND
VGA Ground
DDCCLK
+5V
Serial Clock for VESA DDC2B monitor
119
VGAG
Analog
DAC Green Signal
120
VGAGND
GND
VGA Ground
121
NC
--
--
Reserved
122
NC
123
SINA
RS-232C
Receive Data
Serial Port
124
GND
GND
Ground
Port Replicator
125
KDATA
+5V
Keyboard Data
Keyboard
126
KCLOCK
Keyboard Clock
127
BUSY#
Busy
128
PACK#
Acknowledge
129
PRD3
Port Data 3
130
PRD2
Port Data 2
131
B_D1
132
B_D8
Card Data 8
133
B_WAIT#
Bus Cycle Wait
134
B_READY
Ready
135
B_A3
Card Address 3
136
B_INPACK
Input Acknowledge
137
B_A7
Card Address 7
138
B_A24
Card Address 24
139
GND
GND
Ground
Port Replicator
140
B_WE#
PCMVCC
Write Enable
PC Card Slot
141
B_A8
Card Address 8
142
B_A17
Card Address 17
143
B_A10
Card Address 10
144
GND
PCMVCC
GND
Card Data 1
Ground
CRT
Parallel Port
PC Card Slot
Port Replicator
System Interface Port
56
Table 6-6. System Interface Port Connector Pin Assignments (Continued)
Pin
Signal
Name
Level
PCMVCC
Description
145
B_D13
146
B_D5
Card Data 5
147
PCMVCC
PCMVCC Power Supply
148
PCMVCC
149
PCMVCC
150
DETECT0
+16V
Core Unit Detect 1
Port Replicator
151
NC
--
--
Reserved
152
USBVCC
+5V
USBVCC Power Supply
USB
153
USBVCC
154
USBP+
USB DATA+
155
USBP-
USB DATA-
156
USBGND
157
GND
158
GND
159
GND
160
FDCHG#
161
GND
Card Data 13
Port or Connector
PC Card Slot
USB Ground
Ground
Port Replicator
Disk Change
FDD
5VMAIN
+5V Power Output
Port Replicator
162
FDIR#
Direction Control
FDD
163
FTRK0#
Track 00
164
5VMAIN
+5V Power Output
Port Replicator
165
FWD#
Write Data
FDD
166
VGAGND
GND
VGA Ground
CRT
167
VGAGND
168
HSYNC
+5V
Horizontal Sync Signal
169
VGAR
Analog
DAC Red Signal
170
VGAGND
GND
VGA Ground
171
GND
172
SOUTA
173
DTRA#
174
MCLOCK
175
MDATA
176
PCMVPP
+5V
RS-232C
Ground
Port Replicator
Transmit Data
Serial Port
Data Terminal Ready
+5V
Mouse Clock
Mouse
Mouse Data
PCMVPP
PCMVPP Power Supply
PC Card Slot
System Interface Port
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Table 6-6. System Interface Port Connector Pin Assignments (Continued)
Pin
Signal
Name
Level
+5V
Description
Printer Selected Status
Port or Connector
177
PSLCT
Parallel Port
178
PPE
179
GND
GND
Ground
Port Replicator
180
PRD4
+5V
Port Data 4
Parallel Port
181
B_D2
PCMVCC
Card Data 2
PC Card Slot
182
B_D9
Card Data 9
183
B_BVD2
Battery Voltage Detect 2
184
GND
GND
Ground
Port Replicator
185
B_A2
PCMVCC
Card Address 2
PC Card Slot
186
B_REG
Attribute Memory Select
187
B_VS2
Voltage Sense 2
188
B_A25
Card Address 25
189
B_A16
Card Address 16
190
B_A21
Card Address 21
191
B_A13
Card Address 13
192
B_A18
Card Address 18
193
B_OE#
Output Enable
194
B_CE2#
Card Enable 2
195
B_D14
Card Data 14
196
B_D6
Card Data 6
197
B_CD1#
Card Detect 1
198
GND
GND
Ground
Port Replicator
199
NC
--
--
Reserved
200
PCMVCC
PCMVCC
PCMVCC Power Supply
PC Card Slot
Paper End
†
The Port Replicator Detect signal is grounded when the port replicator is attached. (Note that this is not a System
Management Interrupt signal line on the microprocessor.)
System Interface Port
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IrDA Port
6
The IrDA port on the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet is compliant with the Infrared Data Association (IrDA)
Standard Revision 1.1. Specifications for the IrDA port on the pen tablet are given in Table 6-7. Before you
can use the IrDA port, the Serial Port B Device BIOS option must be set to IrDA or FIR. See “Serial/
Parallel Port Configurations Submenu Options” on page 11 for details on BIOS options for the IrDA port.
Table 6-7. IrDA Port Specifications
Feature
Specification
Standard supported
IrDA Standard Revision 1.1
Distance
Up to 1 meter point to point (environmental conditions affect usable range)
Conveyable wave
Infrared rays (wavelength peak 875 nm)
Signal
Send data / Receive data
Modulation/Data Rate
IrDA SIR: 9.6 - 115.2 Kbps
IrDA FIR: 4,000.0 Kbps
Angle
0° to 15° from center of beam (30° viewing angle)
Audio Jacks
6
All audio jacks on the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet and Stylistic 3500 port replicator are stereo mini jacks.
Some audio functions on the pen tablet are disabled when audio jacks are used. Table 6-8 shows which
audio inputs are disabled when inputs on the pen tablet and port replicator or mini-dock are used
(enabled). Table 6-9 shows which audio outputs are disabled when outputs on the pen tablet and port
replicator are used.
Table 6-8. Active Audio Inputs
Pen Tablet
Input Activity
Port Replicator/Mini-dock
Microphone
(built-in)
Microphone
Input Jack
Microphone
Input Jack
Line Input
Jack
Microphone On
(microphone built into pen tablet)
Enabled
Plug not
inserted
Plug not
inserted
NA
Pen tablet Microphone jack used
(external microphone connected)
Disabled
Enabled
Plug not
inserted
NA
Port replicator Microphone jack used
(external microphone connected)
Disabled
Disabled
Enabled
NA
Port replicator Line In jack used
NA
NA
NA
Enabled
NA indicates that the condition does not apply. (The condition has no effect on the given input.)
IrDA Port
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Table 6-9. Active Audio Outputs
Pen Tablet
Output Activity
Speaker
(built-in)
Headphone
Jack
Port Replicator
Headphone
Jack
Line Output
Jack
Speaker On
(speaker built into pen tablet)
Enabled
Plug not
inserted
Plug not
inserted
NA
Pen tablet Headphone jack used
(external headphone connected)
Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
NA
Port replicator Headphone jack used
(external headphone connected)
Disabled
Enabled*
Enabled
NA
Port replicator Line Output jack used
NA
NA
NA
Enabled
*
Using the headphone jacks on the pen tablet and port replicator at the same time is not recommended.
“NA” indicates that the condition does not apply. (The condition has no effect on the given output.)
Audio Jacks
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PC Card Port
6
The PC Card socket is compliant with PC Card standard 3.0. Table 6-10 shows the pin assignments for the
PC Card port. Table 6-2 illustrates the pin locations on the connector.
Figure 6-2 PC Card Port Configuration
1
2
3
4
5
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
64
65
66
67
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Table 6-10. PC Card Port Pin Assignments
16-bit PC Card Interface
CardBus
Pin
Memory-Only
I/O & Memory
1
GND
GND
GND
2
D3
D3
CAD0
3
D4
D4
CAD1
4
D5
D5
CAD3
5
D6
D6
CAD5
6
D7
D7
CAD7
7
CE1#
CE1#
CCBE0#
8
A10
A10
CAD9
9
OE#
OE#
CAD11
10
A11
A11
CAD12
11
A9
A9
CAD14
12
A8
A8
CCBE1#
13
A13
A13
CPAR
14
A14
A14
CPERR#
15
WE#
WE#
CGNT#
16
READY
IREQ#
CINT#
17
VCC
VCC
VCC
18
VPP1
VPP1
VPP1
19
A16
A16
CCLK
20
A15
A15
CIRDY#
PC Card Port
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Table 6-10. PC Card Port Pin Assignments
16-bit PC Card Interface
CardBus
Pin
Memory-Only
I/O & Memory
21
A12
A12
CCBE2#
22
A7
A7
CAD18
23
A6
A6
CAD20
24
A5
A5
CAD21
25
A4
A4
CAD22
26
A3
A3
CAD23
27
A2
A2
CAD24
28
A1
A1
CAD25
29
A0
A0
CAD26
30
D0
D0
CAD27
31
D1
D1
CAD29
32
D2
D2
RFU
33
WP
IOIS16#
CCLKRUN#
34
GND
GND
GND
35
GND
GND
GND
36
CD1#
CD1#
CCD1#
37
D11
D11
CAD2
38
D12
D12
CAD4
39
D13
D13
CAD6
40
D14
D14
RFU
41
D15
D15
CAD8
42
CE2#
CE2#
CAD10
43
VS1#
VS1#
CVS1
44
RUF
IORD#
CAD13
45
RFU
IOWR#
CAD15
46
A17
A17
CAD16
47
A18
A18
RFU
48
A19
A19
CBLOCK#
49
A20
A20
CSTOP#
50
A21
A21
CDEVSEL#
51
VCC
VCC
VCC
52
VPP2
VPP2
VPP2
PC Card Port
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Table 6-10. PC Card Port Pin Assignments
16-bit PC Card Interface
CardBus
Pin
Memory-Only
I/O & Memory
53
A22
A22
CTRDY#
54
A23
A23
CFRAME#
55
A24
A24
CAD17
56
A25
A25
CAD19
57
VS2#
VS2#
CVS2
58
RESET
RESET
CRST#
59
WAIT#
WAIT#
CSERR#
60
RFU
INPACK#
CREQ#
61
REG#
REG#
CCBE3#
62
BVD2
SPKR#
CAUDIO
63
BVD1
STSCHG#
CSTSCHG
64
D8
D8
CAD28
65
D9
D9
CAD30
66
D10
D10
CAD31
67
CD2#
CD2#
CCD2#
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GND
GND
GND
PC Card Port
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Hard Disk Drive Port
6
Under ordinary circumstances, it is not necessary to access the hard disk drive port. The pin locations are
listed in Table and illustrated in Figure in the event of hard disk replacement.
Figure 6-3 Hard Disk Drive Pin Locations
43 41
39
37 35
33 31
29
27 25
23
21 19
17
15
13
11
9
7
5
3
1
44 42
40
38
34 32
30
28 26
24
22 20
18
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
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Table 6-11. Hard Disk Drive Pin Assignments
HDD side
Pin Number
PCB side
Pin Number
Signal Name
1
1
RESET#
2
2
GND
3
3
DATA7
4
4
DATA8
5
5
DATA6
6
6
DATA9
7
7
DATA5
8
8
DATA10
9
9
DATA4
10
10
DATA11
11
11
DATA3
12
12
DATA12
13
13
DATA2
14
14
DATA13
15
15
DATA1
16
16
DATA14
17
17
DATA0
18
18
DATA15
19
GND
20
KEY
21
19
DMARQ
22
20
GND
23
21
DIOW# / STOP
24
22
GND
Hard Disk Drive Port
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Table 6-11. Hard Disk Drive Pin Assignments
HDD side
Pin Number
PCB side
Pin Number
Signal Name
25
23
DIOR# / HDMARDY# /
HSTROBE
26
24
GND
27
25
IORDY / #DDMARDY /
DSTROBE
28
26
CSEL#
29
27
DMACK#
30
GND
31
28
INTRQ
32
29
IOCS16#
33
30
DA1
34
31
PDIAG#
35
32
DA0
36
33
DA2
37
34
CS0#
38
35
CS1#
39
36
DASP#
40
37
GND
41
38
+5V (LOGIC)
42
39
+5 V (MOTOR)
43
40
GND
44
RESERVE
Hard Disk Drive Port
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Chapter 7
System Power
This chapter covers the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet’s system power hardware, power management states,
and state transitions.
System Power Hardware
7
The Stylistic 3500 pen tablet uses components designed for low power consumption in mobile
applications. DC power, whether supplied by the battery pack or an external source, is regulated to
different voltage levels required to power various components in the system.
Battery Pack
7
When the system is not connected to external power, system power is provided by the battery pack.
When an external DC power source is connected to the pen tablet, the battery pack is charged and the
system is powered by the external source.
The battery pack can also be removed from the pen tablet and charged in an external charger. A bridge
battery built into the pen tablet powers the system in suspend mode for approximately 5 minutes while
the battery pack is removed.
Note:
Do not remove the battery pack while the system is running. Suspend system operation or shut down the
system before removing the battery pack. The bridge battery will not power the system in the Fully On
state.
The pen tablet is equipped with a microcontroller, called the power management microcontroller unit
(PMU), which is dedicated to managing battery pack power. The battery pack charge is monitored by the
PMU. The PMU determines the percent of charge remaining in the battery pack, controls the battery level,
and supplies battery status information to the system through a dedicated interface.
A low voltage level detect circuit (independent of the PMU) measures the battery pack voltage level to
determine whether the battery pack voltage has dropped to the critically low level (the critically low
voltage varies depending on total current draw). When the system is running and the critically low
voltage level is reached, the circuit forces the system into Suspend mode and the battery level window
indicates the critically low condition.
When the system is forced into Suspend mode by a critically low battery, the system is powered by the
remaining charge in the battery pack or the bridge battery (whichever has the highest voltage). In this
mode, the Suspend/Resume button is disabled and system operation cannot be resumed until either an
external DC power source is connected or a battery pack with adequate charge is installed.
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DC Power Inputs
7
External DC power can be connected at three locations on the pen tablet:
• DC power connector on the pen tablet
• System interface connector
• DC input positions of the high-usage contacts
A DC power source connected to any of these inputs must provide 3.36 amps at a continuous DC voltage
of 16 volts ±10%. Specifications for the DC input connectors on the pen tablet and port replicator are
given below.
Table 7-1. DC Input Connectors
Connector type
EIAJ RC-5320A Type 5
Connector vendor
Hosiden
Vendor part number*
HEC3900-01-010
Pin assignments
Center conductor: +16 VDC ±10%
Sleeve: ground
* This is the part number for the female DC input connector on the pen tablet and the port replicator.
System Power Hardware
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Chapter 8
BIOS Configuration Application Programming Interfaces
This chapter describes application programming interfaces (APIs) that allow Windows applications to
configure BIOS settings. These APIs include functions in the BIOSSET.DLL (dynamic-link library).
This DLL includes functions that can be called from Windows applications to configure BIOS parameters
for the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet.
To use these functions with your applications:
• Include the header file BIOSINC.H in your program source code.
• Ensure that the BIOSSET.DLL file is in the C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM directory on your system at run
time.
The DLL files are available on-line and can be downloaded from the Fujitsu PC web site at:
www.fujitsupc.com
Function prototypes for these APIs are written in the C programming language and are described in this
guide using C syntax. Although ideally suited for program development using a compiler that supports
the ANSI C or C++ standard, these functions can be called from applications developed in other
programming languages, such as Microsoft Visual Basic, which allow you to use DLLs. Refer to the
documentation for your programming language for details on calling functions in DLLs.
Version Information
8
Version information for the DLL can be obtained by calling the GetFileVersionInfo and
GetFileVersionInfoSize functions supplied in the Microsoft Visual C++ development library.
Note:
Version information can also be viewed by selecting the file and carrying out the Properties command in
Windows.
Summary of Functions
8
A summary of functions you should be familiar with to use this API is given below:
• InitializeBIOS
This function initializes the API. This function must be called before any other functions in this API
can be called.
• UpdateBIOSCheckSum
Applications which use this API must call this function to close the API before the application exits.
• ReadBIOSSettings
This function retrieves BIOS settings for a BIOS option that you specify.
• BiosSetupSet
This function sets the BIOS setting that you specify.
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Note:
Parameter names given in this manual in prototypes for some of these functions may differ from
parameter names given in the prototypes that appear in the header files. This is done to provide consistent
terminology throughout this manual.
InitializeBIOS
8
This function initializes the API. This function must be called before any other functions in this API can
be called. This function,
• Opens the API.
• Connects to the APM BIOS.
A prototype of this function is shown below:
int InitializeBIOS ( void )
This function accepts no parameters and returns the value SETUP_SUCCESS when it completes
successfully. If an error occurs, this function returns an error value as defined in Table 8-1.
UpdateBIOSCheckSum
8
Applications that initialize this API using InitializeBIOS must call this function before the application
exits. This function performs the following tasks:
• Updates the CMOS checksum and CRC values.
• Disconnects from the APM BIOS.
A prototype of this function is shown below:
int UpdateBIOSCheckSum ( void )
This function accepts no arguments and returns the value SETUP_SUCCESS when it completes
successfully. If an error occurs, this function returns an error value as defined in Table 8-1.
ReadBIOSSettings
8
This function retrieves the setting for a given BIOS option. You define the BIOS option to be retrieved by
passing the appropriate parameters for the desired option. A prototype is shown below:
DWORD ReadBIOSSettings ( DWORD dwSetupParam )
The Option parameter defines the BIOS option you want to retrieve. Definitions for the Option parameter
are listed in Table 8-2 later in this section.
On success, this function returns the Setting for the requested BIOS option. See Table 8-2 for a listing of
settings for each BIOS option. Possible error codes returned by this function are listed in Table 8-1.
BiosSetupSet
8
This function sets the BIOS option you specify. A prototype of the function is shown below:
int BiosSetupSet ( DWORD dwSetupParam, int nValue )
The Option parameter defines the BIOS option you want to set. The Setting parameter defines the setting
for the given option. Definitions for the Option parameter are listed in Table 8-2 on page 70.
InitializeBIOS
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On success, this function returns the label SETUP_SUCCESS. In the event of an error, this function
returns one of the error codes listed in Table 8-1.
Error Codes
8
Error codes returned by functions in this API are given in Table 8-1.. These values are defined in the
header file BIOSINC.H.
Table 8-1. BIOS Configuration API Error Codes
Return Value
Description
SETUP_INVALID_PARAMETER
The Option parameter is out of range. The value passed does not
specify a valid BIOS option.
SETUP_INTERNAL_ERROR
Windows system call failure.
Option and Setting Parameters
8
Option and Setting parameters accepted by the functions described in this chapter are defined in the
header file for the DLL. Table 8-2 lists the Option parameter and corresponding Setting parameters for
each BIOS option. (These Setting parameters are also the values returned by the ReadBIOSSettings function
on success.)
Table 8-2. Option and Setting Parameters and Return Values
Option Parameter
Option Description
Setting Parameter
SERIAL_PORT
SERIAL_PORT_ON
Enabled
Serial Port
SERIAL_PORT_OFF
Disabled
SERIAL_PORT_AUTO
Auto
SERIAL_ADDRESS
SERIAL_ADD_2E8
I/O Address 2E8
Serial Port Address
SERIAL_ADD_2F8
I/O Address 2F8
SERIAL_ADD_3E8
I/O Address 3E8
SERIAL_ADD_3F8
I/O Address 3F8
SERIAL_INTERRUPT
SER_INT_IRQ3
IRQ 3
Serial Port Interrupt
SER_INT_IRQ4
IRQ 4
INFRARED_PORT
INFRARED_PORT_ON
Enabled
Infrared Port
INFRARED_PORT_OFF
Disabled
INFRARED_PORT_AUTO
Auto
INFRARED_ADDRESS
INFRA_ADD_2E8
I/O Address 2E8
Infrared Port Address
INFRA_ADD_2F8
I/O Address 2F8
INFRA_ADD_3E8
I/O Address 3E8
INFRA_ADD_3F8
I/O Address 3F8
Setting Description
INFRARED_INTERRUPT
INFRA_INT_IRQ3
IRQ 3
Infrared Port Interrupt
INFRA_INT_IRQ4
IRQ 4
Error Codes
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Table 8-2. Option and Setting Parameters and Return Values (Continued)
Option Parameter
Option Description
Setting Parameter
Setting Description
INFRARED_MODE
INFRA_DEV_FIR
FIR
Infrared Device Mode
INFRA_DEV_IRDA
IrDA (SIR mode)
INFRARED_SEC_ADDRS
INFRA_ADD_100
I/O Address 100
Secondary Infrared Address
INFRA_ADD_108
I/O Address 108
INFRA_ADD_110
I/O Address 110
INFRA_ADD_118
I/O Address 118
INFRARED_DMA
INFRA_DMA_DMA1
DMA Channel 1
Infrared Direct Memory Access
(DMA) Channel
INFRA_DMA_DMA3
DMA Channel 3
PARALLEL_PORT
PARALLEL_PORT_ON
Enabled
Parallel Port
PARALLEL_PORT_OFF
Disabled
PARALLEL_PORT_AUTO
Auto
PARALLEL_ADDRESS
PAR_ADD_278
I/O Address 278
Parallel Port Address
PAR_ADD_378
I/O Address 378
PAR_ADD_3BC
I/O Address 3BC
PARALLEL_INTERRUPT
PAR_INT_IRQ3
IRQ 3
Parallel Port Interrupt
PAR_INT_IRQ4
IRQ 4
PAR_INT_IRQ7
IRQ 7
PARALLEL_MODE
PAR_MODE_BID
Bidirectional
Parallel Port Mode
PAR_MODE_ECP
Extended Capabilities
Port
PAR_MODE_OUTP
Output Only
PARALLEL_DMA
PAR_DMA_DMA1
DMA Channel 1
Parallel Port ECP DMA Channel
PAR_DMA_DMA3
DMA Channel 3
KBD_MOU_PLUG
KBD_MOU_PLUG_ON
Enabled
Keyboard/Mouse Hot Plug
KBD_MOU_PLUG_OFF
Disabled
MODEM_CONTROLLER
MODEM_ENB
Enabled
Internal Modem
MODEM_DIS
Disabled
DISPLAY
DISP_INT
LCD
Display
DISP_EXT
External Monitor
DISP_BOT
Both
Option and Setting Parameters
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Table 8-2. Option and Setting Parameters and Return Values (Continued)
Option Parameter
Option Description
Setting Parameter
Setting Description
COMPENS
DISP_ENB
Enabled
Expand VGA Screen
DISP_DIS
Disabled
HOT_PAD
HP_ENABLE
Enabled
Hotpad
HP_DISABLE
Disabled
HD_SECTOR
BS_NORM
Normal
Hard Disk Boot Sector
BS_WP
Write Protect
THERMAL_CNTR
THERMAL_CPU
CPU thermal control
Thermal Controller
THERMAL_FAN
Fan thermal control
FLOPPY_CONTROLLER
FLPY_ENB
Enabled
Floppy Disk Drive Controller
FLPY_DIS
Disabled
LAN_CONTROLLER
LAN_ENB
Enabled
LAN Controller
LAN_DIS
Disabled
LAN_AUTO
Auto
IDE_CONTROLLER
IDE_ENB
Enabled
IDE Controller
IDE_DIS
Disabled
SR_SWITCH
SR_ENABLE
Enabled
Suspend/Resume Switch
SR_DISABLE
Disabled
QUICK_BOOT
QUICK_ENABLE
Enabled
QuickBoot Mode
QUICK_DISABLE
Disabled
QUICK_AUTO
Auto
DIAG_SCREEN
DIAG_ENABLE
Enabled
Boot-time Diagnostic Messages
DIAG_DISABLE
Disabled
EXEC_ENVRN
SETUP_ENABLE
Enabled
Pre-Boot Execution Environment
SETUP_DISABLE
Disabled
NUM_LOCK
NUM_ON
On
Numlock
NUM_OFF
Off
NUM_AUTO
Auto
Option and Setting Parameters
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Chapter 9
Programmable Hotpad Libraries for Windows Applications
This chapter provides details on using libraries that allow Windows applications to use the
programmable hotpad on the pen tablet.
Note:
The library files and the header file referenced in this chapter can be downloaded from the Fujitsu PC
website: www.fujitsupc.com
The following two libraries allow you to use the programmable hotpad with your applications:
• HOTPAD.DLL
A dynamic-link library.
• HOTPAD.LIB
A static library which allows your application to link to HOTPAD.DLL.
Functions described in this chapter are the same for both of these libraries. Use one of these libraries
depending on whether you want to use dynamic or static linking in your application.
To use dynamic linking:
• Include the header file HOTPAD.H in the program code for your application.
• The file HOTPAD.DLL must be in the C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM directory at run time.
To use static linking:
• Include the file HOTPAD.LIB in your program code.
• The file HOTPAD.DLL must be in the C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM directory at run time.
Note:
The DLL is still used at run time when you use static linking. Using static linking resolves calls to the
DLL when your program is compiled.
Hotpad Notification
9
Applications using this DLL are notified when a hotpad event occurs (when the programmable hotpad is
tapped) using a notification message sent to the window procedure of the application.
Hotpad notification is enabled and disabled using the following functions:
• SetHotpadNotification
This function enables hotpad notification for the calling application.
• KillHotpadNotification
This function disables hotpad notification for the calling application.
These functions are described in the following sections.
Note:
Hotpad notification using a call-back function is not supported by HOTPAD.DLL.
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SetHotpadNotification
9
This function enables hotpad notification. Applications which are to receive notification of hotpad events
must call this function once to enable hotpad notification. A prototype of this function is shown below:
int SetHotpadNotification ( HWND WindowHandle, UINT MessageID )
Parameters this function accepts are described below:
Parameter
Description
WindowHandle
Handle to the application window that will receive hotpad
notification messages.
MessageID
Message ID of the notification message that will be sent to the
calling application window when a hotpad event occurs.
Return values for SetHotpadNotification are as follows:
Return Value
Description
Positive nonzero integer
Hotpad notification ID. Returned on success.
The library assigns a unique hotpad notification ID number for each
occurrence of the SetHotpadNotification function. Your application
must pass this ID number when hotpad notification is disabled
using the KillHotpadNotification function.
0
Memory allocation failure.
-1
WindowHandle parameter not valid.
-2
Could not allocate system timer.
KillHotpadNotification
9
This function disables hotpad notification for your application. Programs which have enabled hotpad
notification should call this function before exiting or when hotpad notification is no longer desired. A
prototype of this function is shown below:
BOOL KillHotpadNotification ( int NotificationID )
You must pass the hotpad notification ID number that was returned by SetHotpadNotification as the
NotificationID parameter. Note that this function disables hotpad notification for the calling application
only. Other applications which have enabled hotpad notification will continue to receive hotpad
notification. Return values for this function are as follows:
Return Value
Description
TRUE
Returned if the function is successful. Hotpad notification is
disabled.
FALSE
Returned if the function fails.
This function will fail if the NotificationID parameter is not a valid
hotpad notification ID.
SetHotpadNotification
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Appendix A
Replacing the IDE Hard Disk Drive
The internal IDE hard disk drive in the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet can be removed and replaced, if
necessary.
Caution
Observe the following guidelines when handling the hard disk drive:
• Do not attempt to disassemble or modify the hard disk drive.
• Do not remove any labels from the hard disk drive.
• HDD replacement should only be performed at a static-free workstation.
Avoid touching connector pins and circuit boards on the drive or pen tablet.
Electrostatic discharge caused by doing so can damage sensitive
components.
Removing the Hard Disk Drive
9
To remove the hard disk drive from the pen tablet,
1. Ensure that the pen tablet is off. To do so, carry out the Shut Down command in the Start menu.
2. Using a Phillips screw driver (size #1), remove the two screws in the hard disk drive cover plate and
remove it as shown in Figure A-1:.
Figure A-1: IDE Hard Disk Drive Cover Plate
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3. Carefully disconnect the small connector by pulling upwards (reference Figure A-2:). Use care when
disconnecting this connector; it is attached to a delicate flex cable.
Caution
• Do not pull the tab on the flex cable connector when lifting
the drive. Doing so will damage the flex cable; it is fragile
and has very little slack.
• Be careful not to damage the hard disk drive’s printed
circuit board when removing the drive. Handle the drive by
the edges and avoid touching the printed circuit board with
your hands or tools.
Figure A-2: Unplugging the Hard Disk Drive Connector
Removing the Hard Disk Drive
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4. Using your thumbs, push back on the two corners of the hard drive at the locations indicated in Figure
A-3:. Using firm pressure, push the hard disk drive towards the edge of the system. The small foam
inserts on the end of the hard disk tray offer sufficient “give” for the drive to be removed without
damaging the flex cable.
Foam inserts
Figure A-3: Removing the Hard Disk Drive, Part 1
5. While pushing back on the hard drive, lift the connector end out of the tray, as illustrated in Figure
A-4.
Figure A-4: Removing the Hard Disk Drive, Part 2
6. Remove the hard drive from the tray, as illustrated in Figure A-5. Once the hard disk drive has been
removed from the pen tablet, you can install a new hard disk drive. If you are returning the hard disk
drive for repair, ensure that the packaging material will protect the drive sufficiently during shipment.
Removing the Hard Disk Drive
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Flex Cable Connector
Foam Insert
Flex Cable
Connector
Unused pins
Figure A-5: Installing the IDE Hard Disk Drive
Installing the Hard Disk Drive
9
To install the hard disk drive, refer to Figures A-1 through A-5, and perform the following steps:
1. Connect the flex cable to the hard disk drive and fold the tab on the flex cable down under the flex
cable as shown in Figure A-5:. Note the orientation of the hard disk drive and note that four pins on
the hard disk drive connector are not used. (The connector on the flex cable is keyed so it cannot be
installed incorrectly.)
2. Ensure that the plastic liner tray is in place and insert the hard disk drive into the pen tablet. Note that
the liner tray is installed between the hard disk drive and surrounding surfaces of the pen tablet to
prevent the shock mount pads from sticking to the hard disk drive.
3. Follow the steps contained in the section entitled “Removing the Hard Disk Drive” in reverse order.
Use care when installing the drive to prevent damage to the flex cable.
The hard disk drive is now installed in the pen tablet.
Installing the Hard Disk Drive
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Appendix B
AT Command Set
This Appendix contains a summary of AT commands used by the Stylistic 3500 pen tablet’s modem.
There are several things to note about this set of commands:
• Commands should be entered as ASCII characters.
• Commands should begin with “AT”, with a description of the character after the “AT”.
• The commands are not case-sensitive; upper and lower case characters are treated the same.
• All commands should be followed by the “CR” character stored in “S3”.
• Spaces are counted as characters.
• Command indication can be a selected letter or number message, or it can be no return message by
designation.
• Data format is as follows:
Start bit
Data bit
Parity
Stop bit
1
7
even
1
1
7
odd
1
1
7
none
2
1
8
none
1
Note: Baud rate and data format are detected by the “AT” character.
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AT Commands Table
9
AT Data Commands
9
The shaded portion of the table are stored with the AT&W command.
Command
Specification
A/
Repeat last command.
A
Answer command.
D
Dial
H
I
L
M
3
T
123456789*0#ABCD
P
1234567890
W
Wait for dial tone. Modem waits for a second dial tone before processing the
dial string.
@
Wait for quiet answer.
‘
Pause for a time specified by S8 before dialing.
!
Hook flash
;
Return to command mode after processing command.
S=n
E
Default
Dial a telephone number previously stored using the &Zn=x command. The
range of n is 0-3.
0
Disables echo to the computer
1
Enables echo to the computer
3
0
Modem goes on-hook
3
1
Modem goes off-hook
0
Returns modem identity string and driver version number, same as I3
1
Calculates ROM checksum and displays it on the DTE.
2
Performs a ROM check and calculates and verifies the checksum, displaying
OK or ERROR.
3
Returns modem identity string and driver version number, same as I0
0
Selects low volume.
1
Selects low volume.
2
Selects medium volume.
3
Selects high volume.
0
The speaker is off.
1
The speaker is on until the modem detects the carrier signal.
2
The speaker is always on when modem is off-hook.
3
The speaker is on until the carrier is detected, except while dialing.
3
AT Commands Table
3
80
Command
N
O
When originating or answering, this is for handshake only at the
communication standard specified by S7 and the ATB command.
1
When originating or answering, begin the handshake only at the
communication standard specified by S7 and the ATB command. During
handshake, fallback to a lower speed may occur.
0
Instructs the modem to exit online command mode and return to data mode
(see AT Escape Sequence, +++).
Enables modem to send result codes to the computer.
1
Disables modem from sending result codes to the computer.
Select Tone Dialing.
0
Displays results codes as digits.
1
Displays results codes as text.
Result Code
No Dialtone
Busy Code
0
After S6
Displays
“CONNECT”
Not displays
Not displays
1
After S6
Displays
“CONNECTXXX”
Not displays
Not displays
2
Wait Dial Tone
(S6)
Displays
“CONNECTXXX”
Displays
Not displays
3
After S6
Displays
“CONNECTXXX”
Not displays
Displays
4
Wait Dial Tone
(S6)
Displays
“CONNECTXXX”
Displays
Displays
Z
3
Reset and recall stored user profile.
0
State of the carrier from remote modem is ignored. DCD circuit is always on.
1
DCD turns on when the remote modem’s carrier signal is detected, and off
when the carrier signal is not detected.
0
Ignores status of DTR signal.
1
Enters command state upon On-to-Off transition of DTR.
2
Goes on hook upon On-to-Off transition of DTR.
3
Goes on hook and resets upon On-to-Off transition of DTR.
&F
&K
3
Result Code Selection and Call Progress Monitoring
Dialing
&D
3
0
X
&C
3
Select Pulse Dialing.
T
V
Default
0
P
Q
Specification
3
3
Recall factory setting as active configuration.
0
Disable flow control.
3
Enable RTS/CTS (hardware) flow control.
4
Enable XON/XOFF flow control.
3
AT Commands Table
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Command
&P
&S
&T
Specification
0
39% make/break ratio. 10PPS
1
33% make/break ratio. 10PPS
2
33% make/break ratio. 20PPS
0
DSR always ON.
1
DSR comes on when establishing a connection and goes off when the
connection ends.
0
Abort. Stops any test in progress.
1
Local analog loop.
&V
View active configuration and stored profile.
&W
Store current configuration
&Zn
Store telephone number. (n=0, 1, 2, 3)
/A
3
3
0
Sets MNP block size max. 64 characters
1
Sets MNP block size max. 128 characters
2
Sets MNP block size max. 192 characters
3
Sets MNP block size max. 256 characters
3
Transmit break to remote. /B1-/B9 break length in 100ms units.
3
/Bn
/K
Default
1) Receives break from the DTE when on-line mode.
5
0, 2, 4
Enter on-line command mode, no break set to remote.
1
Clear data buffers and send break to remote modem
3
Send break to remote modem immediately.
5
Send break to remote modem in sequence with transmitted data.
2) On-line command mode during a data connection. The /B is received in order to
send a break to the remote.
0, 1
Clear data buffers and send break to remote modem.
2, 3
Send break to remote modem immediately.
4, 5
Send break to remote modem in sequence with data.
3) Break is received from a remote modem during on-line mode.
0, 1
Clears data buffers and sends break to the DTE.
2, 3
Send a break immediately to the DTE.
4, 5
Send a break in sequence with received data to the DTE.
AT Commands Table
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Command
/N
/V
/X
Specification
Default
0
Normal speed-buffered mode.
1
Direct mode (if parallel I/F is selected, same as /NO).
2
MNP reliable mode (MNP -> disconnect)
3
Auto-reliable mode (LAPM -> MNP -> NORMAL -> disconnect).
Same as /N5.
4
LAPM-reliable mode (LAPM -> disconnect)
5
Auto-reliable mode (LAPM -> MNP -> NORMAL -> disconnect).
Same as /N3.
0
Disable protocol result code appended to DCE speed.
1
Enable protocol result code appended to DCE speed.
2
Same as /V1.
0
Do not pass XON/XOFF flow control characters.
1
Pass XON/XOFF flow control characters.
-V90=<n>
=0
Disable V.90
=1
Enable V.90 Auto Rate
=2
Attempt to connect at 28000 bit/s
=3
Attempt to connect at 29333 bit/s
=4
Attempt to connect at 30666 bit/s
=5
Attempt to connect at 32000 bit/s
=6
Attempt to connect at 33333 bit/s
=7
Attempt to connect at 34666 bit/s
=8
Attempt to connect at 36000 bit/s
=9
Attempt to connect at 37333 bit/s
=10
Attempt to connect at 38666 bit/s
=11
Attempt to connect at 40000 bit/s
=12
Attempt to connect at 41333 bit/s
=13
Attempt to connect at 42666 bit/s
=14
Attempt to connect at 44000 bit/s
=15
Attempt to connect at 45333 bit/s
=16
Attempt to connect at 46666 bit/s
=17
Attempt to connect at 48000 bit/s
=18
Attempt to connect at 49333 bit/s
=19
Attempt to connect at 50666 bit/s
=20
Attempt to connect at 52000 bit/s
3
3
3
3
AT Commands Table
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Command
%C
%E
Specification
=21
Attempt to connect at 53333bit/s
=?
Shows the current value.
?
Shows the range [0-21]
0
V.42bis/MNP5 disable. No data compression.
1
V.42bis/MNP5 enable. Data compression enabled.
0
Disable line quality monitor and auto-retrain.
1
Enable line quality monitor and auto-retrain.
2
Enable line quality monitor and fall back/fall forward.
Default
3
3
AT Commands Table
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AT Fax (Class1) Commands
9
Command
+FCLASS
Specification
Default
?
Service class indication (*1)
=n
Service class selection (*2)
=?
Service class capabilities (*2)
+FTS
=n
Transmission silence (n=0-255, 10ms intervals)
+FRS
=n
Receive silence. (n=0-255, 10ms intervals)
+FTM
=n
Transmit FAX data with <n> carrier.
=?
Transmit FAX modulation. (*3)
=n
Receive FAX with <n> carrier.
=?
Receive FAX modulation. (*3)
=n
Transmit HDLC data with <n> carrier.
=?
Transmit HDLC data modulation (*3).
=n
Receive HDLC data with <n> carrier.
=?
Receive HDLC data modulation. (*3).
+FRM
+FTH
+FRH
*1:
000 -> Data mode
3
*2:
0 -> Data mode
001 -> Facsimile Class 1
1 -> Facsimile Class 1
008 -> Voice Mode
8 -> Voice Mode
080 -> VoiceView Mode (not supported)
80 -> VoiceView Mode (not supported)
*3: Modulation by parameter
3: V.21 Channel2
300bps
24: V.27ter
2400bps
48: V.27ter
4800bps
72: V.29
7200bps
73: V.17
7200bps (long
74: V.17
7200bps (short)
96: V.29
9600bps
97: V.17
9600bps (long
98: V.17
9600bps (short)
121: V.17
12000bps (long)
122: V.17
12000bps (short)
145: V.17
14400bps (long)
146: V.17
14400bps (short)
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AT Commands Table
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V.25ter AT Commands
9
Command
Specification
Description
+GMI
Return ‘Lucent Data/Fax’
Manufacturer Identification
+GMR
Return Lucent driver version number (e.g., 5.54)
Version/Revision Information
+GMM
Return ‘H.324 video-ready rev. 1.0’
Modem Identification
AT+A8E=<v80>
v8o
v8a
v8cf
1:
The default value disables the CI origination
option while in V.8 negotiation. However, the
modem, when initiating the call as a data call,
detects ANSam and is capable of starting in
V.34 mode.
6:
Enables DCE control of V.8 and CI option.
1:
The default value disables the CI option while
in V.8 negotiation. However, the modem,
when answering a call, sends the ANSam
and is capable of starting in V.34 mode.
5:
Enables DCE control of V.8 and CI option.
21h:
c1h:
Defined for two conditions: as a
parameter to configure V.8
originating and answering
operation while the DCE is
on-hook.It initiates an action if
the DCE is off-hook. If enabled,
V.8 negotiation does not
preclude simultaneous
implementation of other
negotiation means like V.8bis,
V.18, or V.32bis.
Call function for H.324 calls.
Call function for DSVD calls.
AT+A8E?
Report current values of
subparameter.
AT+A8E=?
Report supported ranges of
values <v8o>, <v8a>, <v8cf>
+A8I:<v8cf><CR>
This indication is used by an
answering DCE if +A8E,
<v8a>!=0, to indicate detection of
a V.8 CI signal, and report the
recovered Call Function octet(s).
Value <v8cf> is a hexadecimal
code octet that can take values
as shown above in +A8E
command.
+A8M=<hexadecimal
coded CM or JM octet
string>
+A8A:<type><CR>
Refer to V.8 document for coding.
1:
0:
Directs the DCE to send a V.8
CM or JM signal using the
specified hexadecimal coded
string.
Indicates V.8 ANSam signal flags.
Indicates no ANSam signal detected.
AT Commands Table
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S Register Table
9
Default is North America. The shaded portions of the table are stored with AT&W command.
Reg
*
S0
Function
Auto answer ring number
Units
Default
Rings
000
Range
000-255
*JP000-015
S1
Ring counter. Read only.
Rings
000
000-255
S2
Escape character
ASCII
043
000-128
**
S3
Carriage return character (CR)
ASCII
013
000-127
**
S4
Line feed character (LF)
ASCII
010
000-127
**
S5
Backspace character (BS)
ASCII
008
000-032
*
S6
Wait time for dial tone.
sec
002
002-065
*JP
004
*JP004-065
050
001-255
*
S7
Wait time for dial tone.
sec
*JP035-059
*
S8
Pause for dial delay modifier “,”.
sec
002
002-065
*
S10
Carrier loss Disconnect time.
100ms
020
001-255
*
S11
DTMF Dialing speed.
1ms
095
050-150
*JP70-150
S12
Escape prompt delay.
S14
General bit mapped options status. (Read only)
S21
20ms
050
0:
Enable short form result codes
ATV0
1:
Enable long form result codes.
ATV1
3
0:
10PPS
AT&P0,
&P1
3
1:
20PPS
AT&P2
000-255
Bit 3
Bit 6
General bit mapped options status (Read only)
0:
DTR behavior.
AT&D0
1:
DTR behavior.
AT&D1
2:
DTR behavior.
AT&D2
3:
DTR behavior.
AT&D3
0:
DCD behavior.
1:
DCD behavior.
Bits 4, 3
3
Bit 5
“*”
: These S-registers are country-specific.
“**” : These return to default value by &W command
“*JP” : Default for Japan mode
S Register Table
87
S22
Results bit mapped options status (Read only)
0:
Displays “CONNECT”
ATX0
4:
Displays “CONNECT xxx”
ATX1
5:
ATX1 mode + dial tone detection
ATX2
6:
ATX1 mode + busy tone detection
ATX3
7:
ATX1 mode + dial & busy tone detection
ATX4
3
0:
33% Make/Break ratio
AT&P1,
&P2
3
Bit 7
1:
39% Make/Break ratio
AT&P0
010
000,
005-065
S24
Timer to control sleep mode.
000 = disable
S37
Dial line rate.
=0
Maximum modem speed
=1
Reserved
=2
1200 bits/s and 75 bits/s
=3
300 bits/s
=4
Reserved
=5
1200 bits/s
=6
2400 bits/s
=7
4800 bits/s
=8
7200 bits/s
=9
9600 bits/s
=10
12000 bits/s
=11
14400 bits/s
=12
16800 bits/s
=13
19200 bits/s
=14
21600 bits/s
=15
24000 bits/s
=16
26400 bits/s
=17
28800 bits/s
=18
31200 bits/s
=19
33600 bits/s
Bits 6-4
sec
3
S Register Table
88
S38
S91
56K Dial Line Rate
=0
56K disabled
=1
56K enabled - automatic speed selection - maximum
modem speed.
=2
32000 bits/s
=3
34000 bits/s
=4
36000 bits/s
=5
38000 bits/s
=6
40000 bits/s
=7
42000 bits/s
=8
44000 bits/s
=9
46000 bits/s
=10
48000 bits/s
=11
50000 bits/s
=12
52000 bits/s
=13
54000 bits/s
=14
56000 bits/s
Line Transmit Level.
This register is effective only for Japan.
3
-dBm
14
S Register Table
9-15
89
Result Codes Summary
Result Code
9
Numeric
Description
OK
0
Command executed.
CONNECT
1
Modem connected to line.
RING
2
A ring signal has been detected.
NO CARRIER
3
Modem lost carrier signal, or does not detect carrier
signal, or does not detect answer tone.
ERROR
4
Invalid command.
NO DIALTONE
6
No dial tone detected.
BUSY
7
Busy signal detected.
NO ANSWER
8
No quiet answer.
CONNECT 2400 EC*
10
Connection at 2400 bits/s.
CONNECT 4800 EC*
11
Connection at 4800 bits/s.
CONNECT 9600 EC*
12
Connection at 9600 bits/s.
CONNECT 14400 EC*
13
Connection at 14400 bits/s.
CONNECT 19200 EC*
14
Connection at 19200 bits/s.
CONNECT 7200 EC*
24
Connection at 7200 bits/s.
CONNECT 12000 EC*
25
Connection at 12000 bits/s.
CONNECT 16800 EC*
86
Connection at 16800 bits/s.
CONNECT 300 EC*
40
Connection at 300 bits/s.
CONNECT 21600 EC*
55
Connection at 21600 bits/s.
CONNECT 24000 EC*
56
Connection at 24000 bits/s.
CONNECT 26400 EC*
57
Connection at 26400 bits/s.
CONNECT 28800 EC*
58
Connection at 28800 bits/s.
CONNECT 31200 EC*
59
Connection at 31200 bits/s.
CONNECT 33600 EC*
60
Connection at 33600 bits/s.
CONNECT 38400 EC*
28
Connection at 38400 bits/s. (DTE rate)
CONNECT 57600 EC*
18
Connection at 57600 bits/s. (DTE rate)
CONNECT 115200 EC*
87
Connection at 115200 bits/s. (DTE rate)
DELAYED
88
Delay is in effect for the dialed number.
BLACKLISTED
89
Dialed number is blacklisted.
BLACKLIST FULL
90
Blacklist is full.
CONNECT 32000 EC*
70
Connection at 32000 bits/s. (K56flex or V.90 mode)
CONNECT 34000 EC*
71
Connection at 34000 bits/s. (K56flex mode)
CONNECT 03600 EC*
72
Connection at 36000 bits/s. (K56flex or V.90 mode)
Result Codes Summary
90
Result Code
Numeric
Description
CONNECT 38000 EC*
73
Connection at 38000 bits/s. (K56flex mode)
CONNECT 40000 EC*
74
Connection at 40000 bits/s. (K56flex or V.90 mode)
CONNECT 42000 EC*
75
Connection at 42000 bits/s. (K56flex mode)
CONNECT 44000 EC*
76
Connection at 44000 bits/s. (K56flex or V.90 mode)
CONNECT 46000 EC*
77
Connection at 46000 bits/s. (K56flex mode)
CONNECT 48000 EC*
78
Connection at 48000 bits/s. (K56flex or V.90 mode)
CONNECT 50000 EC*
79
Connection at 50000 bits/s. (K56flex mode)
CONNECT 52000 EC*
80
Connection at 52000 bits/s. (K56flex or V.90 mode)
CONNECT 54000 EC*
81
Connection at 54000 bits/s. (K56flex mode)
CONNECT 56000 EC*
82
Connection at 56000 bits/s. (K56flex mode)
CONNECT 28000 EC*
100
Connection at 28000 bits/s. (V.90 mode)
CONNECT 29333 EC*
101
Connection at 29333 bits/s. (V.90 mode)
CONNECT 30666 EC*
102
Connection at 30666 bits/s. (V.90 mode)
CONNECT 33333 EC*
103
Connection at 33333 bits/s. (V.90 mode)
CONNECT 34666 EC*
104
Connection at 34666 bits/s. (V.90 mode)
CONNECT 37333 EC*
105
Connection at 37333 bits/s. (V.90 mode)
CONNECT 38666 EC*
106
Connection at 38666 bits/s. (V.90 mode)
CONNECT 41333 EC*
107
Connection at 41333 bits/s. (V.90 mode)
CONNECT 42666 EC*
108
Connection at 42666 bits/s. (V.90 mode)
CONNECT 45333 EC*
109
Connection at 45333 bits/s. (V.90 mode)
CONNECT 46666 EC*
110
Connection at 46666 bits/s. (V.90 mode)
CONNECT 49333 EC*
111
Connection at 49333 bits/s. (V.90 mode)
CONNECT 50666 EC*
112
Connection at 50666 bits/s. (V.90 mode)
CONNECT 53333 EC*
113
Connection at 53333 bits/s. (V.90 mode)
CONNECT 54666 EC*
114
Connection at 54666 bits/s. (V.90 mode)
* EC only appears when the extended result code configuration option is enabled. EC is replaced by one of the
following symbols, depending upon the error control method used:
V42bis -> V.42 error control and V.42bis data compression.
V42 -> V.42 error control only.
MNP5 -> MNP class 4 error control and MNP class 5 data compression.
MNP4 -> MNP class 4 error control only.
Neck -> No error control protocol.
Note: In “Normal mode”, connection speed is up to 31200bps.
Result Codes Summary
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Appendix C
Agency Notices
FCC Notices
9
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. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Fujitsu PC Corporation
could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Notice to Users of Radios and Television
9
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 the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If the
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:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet that is on a different circuit than the receiver.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Shielded interconnect cables must be employed with this equipment to ensure compliance with the
pertinent RF emissions limits governing this device.
Notice to Users of the US Telephone Network
Note:
9
Stylistic 3500 pen tablets shipped outside of North America do not have an internal modem. The
following information applies only to those systems with an internal modem.
The Stylistic 3500 pen tablet is supplied with an internal modem which complies with Part 68 of the FCC
rules. On the pen tablet is a label that contains the FCC Registration Number and Ringer Equivalence
Number (REN) of this system, along with other information. If requested, users must provide their
telephone company with the following information:
• The telephone number to which the pen tablet is connected
• The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) for this equipment
• The information that the system requires a standard modular jack type USOC RJ-11C which is FCC
Part 68-compliant
• The FCC Registration Number
This equipment is designed to be connected to the telephone network or premises wiring using a
standard modular jack type USOC RJ-11C which is FCC Part 68-compliant.
The REN is used to determine the number of devices you may connect to your telephone line and still
have all those devices ring when your number is called.Too many devices on one line may result in
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failure to ring in response to an incoming call. In most, but not all, areas, the sum of all of the devices
should not exceed five (5). To be certain of the number of devices you may connect to your line, as
determined by the RENs, contact your local telephone company.
If this equipment causes harm to the telephone network, your telephone company may discontinue your
service temporarily. If possible, they will notify you in advance. If advance notice is not practical, they
will notify you as soon as possible. You will also be advised of your right to file a complaint with the
FCC.
This fax modem also complies with fax branding requirements per FCC Part 68.
If you experience trouble with this equipment, please contact your support representative.
Your telephone company will probably ask you to disconnect this equipment from the telephone network
until the problem is corrected and you are sure that the equipment is not malfunctioning.
This equipment may not be used on coin service telephones provided by your telephone company.
Connection to party lines is subject to state tariffs. Contact your state’s public utility commission, public
services commission, or corporation commission for more information.
FCC rules prohibit the use of non-hearing aid compatible telephones in the following locations or
applications:
• All public or semipublic coin-operated or credit card telephones.
• Elevators, highways, tunnels, (automobile, subway, railroad, or pedestrian) where a person with
impaired hearing might be isolated in an emergency.
• Places where telephones are specifically installed to alert emergency authorities such as fire, police, or
medical assistance personnel.
• Hospital rooms, residential health care facilities, convalescent homes, and prisons.
• Workstations for the hearing impaired.
• Hotel, motel, or apartment lobbies.
• Stores where telephones are used by patrons to order merchandise.
• Public transportation terminals where telephones are used to call taxis or to reserve lodging or rental
cars.
• In hotel and motel rooms at least ten percent of the rooms must contain hearing aid compatible
telephones which will be provided to hearing impaired customers on request.
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This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus
as set forth in the radio interference regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.
Le présent appareil numérique n’émet pas de bruits radioélectriques dépassant les limites applicables aux
appareils numériques de classe B prescrites dans le règlement sur le brouillage radioélectrique édicté par
le Ministère des Communications du Canada.
Notice to Users of Radios and Television
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This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment
regulations.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respecte toutes les exigences du règlement sur le matériel
brouilleur du Canada.
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Notice to Users of the Canadian Telephone Network
9
The Canadian Industry Canada label identifies certified equipment. This certification means that the
equipment meets certain telecommunications network protective, operational, and safety requirements.
The Department does not guarantee the equipment will operate to the user’s satisfaction.
Repairs to telecommunication equipment should be made by a Canadian authorized maintenance facility.
Any repairs or alterations not expressly approved by Fujitsu PC Corporation or any equipment failures
may give the telecommunications company cause to request the user to disconnect the equipment from
the telephone line.
The connecting arrangement code for this equipment is CA11A.
The Load Number assigned to each telephone terminal device denotes the percentage of the total load to
be connected to a telephone loop or circuit to be used by the device to prevent overloading. The
termination on a loop may consist of any combination of devices such that the total of the load numbers
of all devices does not exceed 100.
Caution
For safety, users should ensure that the electrical ground of the
power utility, the telephone lines, and the metallic water pipes are
connected together. Users should not attempt to make such
connections themselves but should contact the appropriate electric
inspection authority or electrician. This may be particularly
important in rural areas.
Avis Aux Utilisateurs Du Réseau Téléphonique Canadien
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L’étiquette canadienne Industrie Canada identifie l’équipement certifié. Cette certification signifie que
l’équipement satisfait certaines normes de protection, d’exploitation et de sécurité des réseaux de
télécommunications. Le département ne garantit pas le fonctionnement de l’équipement à la satisfaction
de l’utilisateur.
Le Stylistic 3500 possede un modem interne conforme aux normes de certification d’Industrie Canada
pour protéger les réseaux de télécommunications et satisfaire aux normes de sécurité. Avant de connecter
cet équipement à une ligne téléphonique, l’utilisateur doit vérifier s’il est permis de connecter cet
équipement aux installations de télécommunications locales. L’utilisateur est averti que même la
conformité aux normes de certification ne peut dans certains cas empêcher la dégradation du service.
Les réparations de l’équipement de télécommunications doivent être effectuées par un service de
maintenance agréé au Canada. Toute réparation ou modification, qui n’est pas expressement approuvée
par Fujitsu PC Corporation, ou toute défaillance de l’équipement peut entrainer la compagnie de
télécommunications à exiger que l’utlilisateur déconnecte l‘équipement de la ligne téléphonique.
Le code d’arrangement de connexion de cet équipement est CA11A.
Le numéro de charge assigné à chaque terminal téléphonique indique le pourcentage de la charge totale
pouvant être connecté à une boucle ou à un circuit téléphonique, utilisé par ce périphérique afin de
prévenir toute surcharge. La terminaison d’une boucle peut être constituée de n’importe quelle
combinaison de périphériques de sorte que le total de numéros de charge de tous les périphériques
n’excède pas 100.
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Avertissement
Pour assurer la sécurité, les utilisateurs doivent vérifier que la prise
de terre du service d’électricité, les lignes téléphoniques et les
conduites d’eau métalliques sont connectées ensemble. Les
utilisateurs NE doivent PAS tenter d’établir ces connexions
eux-mêmes, mais doivent contacter les services d’inspection
d’installations électriques appropriés ou un électricien. Ceci peut
être particulièrement important en régions rurales.
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Index
A
AC adapter, specifications, 42
ACPI, support for, 1
agency approval, specifications, 43
agency compliance, 43
agency notices, 92
Air Bubbles in Display, 40
APIs for configuring BIOS options, 68
BIOSSetupSet, 69
Error Codes, 70
InitializeBIOS, 69
Option and Setting parameters, 70
ReadBIOSSettings, 69
summary of functions, 68
UpdateBIOSCheckSum, 69
APM Power Savings, BIOS option, 21
audio inputs and outputs, enabled and disabled on pen tablet
and port replicator, 59
audio jacks, connector, specifications, 41
B
battery
battery pack, battery life, 42
battery pack, charge status, 66
battery pack, system power hardware and power
management, 66
bridge battery, specifications, 42
main battery pack, specifications, 42
sub battery, 42
BIOS configuration APIs, 68
BIOS settings
about, 4
BIOS Setup
Boot menu options, 24
boot sequence, selecting, 24
boot-time diagnostic messages, enabling, 24
display screen, 6
Exit menu options, 25
floppy disk drive, enabling, 8
hotpads, enabling, 10
IDE Hard Disk Drive submenu, 9
Info menu, 25
IR mode, selecting, 11
level 2 cache, enabling, 8
Main menu options, 8
parallel port mode, selecting, 12
parallel port, enabling, 12
Plug and Play OS, enabling, 10
Power Savings menu, 21
QuickBoot mode, enabling, 24
resume on modem ring, enabling, 22
resume on serial activity, enabling, 23
resume on time, enabling, 22
Security menu options, 18, 20
serial port A, enabling, 11
serial port B, device, selecting, 11
setup prompt, enabling, 24
starting, 5
supervisor password, enabling, 18
suspend mode timeout, selecting, 22
suspend mode, selecting, 22
suspend/resume button, normal, resume only, power on/
off, configuration, 23
system date, changing, 8
system time, changing, 8
using, 6
BIOS version, displaying in BIOS Setup, 25
boot sequence, selecting in BIOS Setup, 24
boot-time diagnostic messages, enabling in BIOS Setup, 24
bridge battery, 42
C
cache, specifications, 38
cache, viewing size of in BIOS Setup, 25
calibration, pen, 4
CIC PenX 1.7 with CIC HRS 5.0.5, 2
configuration tools and utilities, overview, 2
connectors
DC power input, pin assignments, 48
floppy disk drive port, pin assignments, 49
high-usage contacts, position assignments, 47
serial port, pin assignments, 48
system interface port, pin assignments, 52
CPU speed, specifications, 38
CPU speed, viewing in BIOS Setup, 25
current BIOS settings, 4
D
date, changing in BIOS Setup, 8
DC power input, 48
connector, pin assignments, 48
connector, specifications, 67
voltage specifications, 41
default settings for BIOS Setup options, 25
digitizer, specifications, 40
dimensions, pen tablet, 43
DIMM card, removing, 37
DIMM slot, specifications, 38
display select hotpad and display BIOS option, 14
display, external, selecting in BIOS Setup, 14
display, specifications, indoor and outdoor displays, 39
DLLs for configuring BIOS options, See also APIs for
configuring BIOS options, 68
DLLs for configuring BIOS options, version information, 68
DMI event logging options, BIOS Setup, 17
Index-1
E
L
ECP mode, parallel port, selecting, 12
emulate mouse, pen subsystem, 4
environmental, specifications, 43
exiting BIOS Setup, exit menu options, 25
external video, 39
level 1 cache, viewing size of in BIOS Setup, 25
level 2 cache, enabling in BIOS Setup, 8
level 2 cache, viewing size of in BIOS Setup, 25
F
memory
DIMM slot, specifications, 38
video memory, specifications, 38
viewing size of in BIOS Setup, 25
microphone, disabled when external microphone used, 59
Microsoft Developer’s Network, ix
Microsoft Pen Services 2.0 with CIC HRS 5.0.5, 2
mini-dock
specifications, 46
modem, internal, See also internal modem, 1
mouse emulation, pen subsystem, 2
floppy disk drive
enabling in BIOS Setup, 8
port, connector specifications, 41
port, pin assignments, 49
H
Handwriter Settings control panel, overview, 3
Handwriter Tutorial for Pen X, selecting the correct subsystem
for, 4
Handwriting Trainer for pen Windows, selecting the correct
subsystem for, 4
hard disk drive
configuration method, selecting in BIOS Setup, 9
installing, 78
internal, replacing, 75
removing, 75
specifications, 41
spin-down timeout, configuring in BIOS Setup, 21
hard disk drive port, specifications, 64
hardware options, installing, 35
headphone jack, 60
heat
system, and power management, 21
high-usage contacts
position assignments, 47
specifications, 41
hotpad notification, 73
hotpads, enabling in BIOS Setup, 10
humidity, specifications, 43
I
I/O controller, specifications, 38
info menu, in BIOS Setup, 25
installing PC Cards, 35
installing the hard disk drive, 78
installing the internal hard disk drive, 75
internal LAN/modem
specifications, 44
internal modem, 1
IR mode, selecting in BIOS Setup, 11
IrDA port, specifications, 41, 59
IrDA standards, ix
IRQ Reservation submenu, BIOS Setup, 16
K
KillHotpadNotification function, 74
M
O
operating systems, supported, 2
organization of this manual, viii
P
parallel port
enabling in BIOS Setup, 12
mode, selecting in BIOS Setup, 12
password on boot, BIOS option, 18
passwords, in BIOS Setup, 18
PC 99 design guidelines, 1
PC Card
PC Card Standards, related documentation, ix
slots, specifications, 41
support, 1–2
PC Card port, specifications, 61
PC Card support, for Windows 98 and Windows 2000, 2
PC Card supported standard, release 3.0, 2
PC Cards, installing, 35
PC Cards, removing, 36
PCIC protocol, 1
pen buttons, configuring, 4
Pen Configuration control panel
capabilities, 4
overview, 3
pen digitizer, specifications, 40
pen subsystem, selecting, 4
pen subsystems, supported, 4
pen support, selectable subsystems, 2
pen tablet features, 1
Pen Windows, subsystem supported, 4
Pen X, subsystem supported, 4
pen, calibration, 4
pen, sampling rate, 4
peripheral interface, specifications, 41
peripheral interfaces, on pen tablet, 47
permanent BIOS settings, 4
PHDISK
command line options, 27
Index-2
create option, 28
create option syntax, 30
delete option, 31
errors, 32–34
file option, 29
hard disk preparation utility, 27
help screen, 32
info option, 31
messages, 32
partition and file size, 29
partition option, 29
reformat option, 30
utility, overview, 3
physical specifications, 43
Plug and Play OS, enabling in BIOS Setup, 10
port replicator, specifications, 46
power management
ACPI revision 1.0 supported, 42
APM revision 1.2 supported, 42
power management microcontroller unit (PMU), 66
power system, specifications, 42
states, 66
power savings, BIOS Setup options, 21
programmable hotpad, libraries for programming, 73
Q
QuickBoot mode, enabling in BIOS Setup, 24
R
related documentation, ix
removing a DIMM card, 37
removing the hard disk drive, 75
resume on modem ring, enabling in BIOS Setup, 22
resume on serial activity, enabling in BIOS Setup, 23
resume on time, enabling in BIOS Setup, 22
resume time, setting in BIOS, 22
environmental, 43
hard disk drive port, 64
high-usage contacts, 41
humidity, 43
I/O controller, 38
infrared keyboard port, 41
interfaces, 46
IrDA port, 41, 59
logic system, 38
memory, 38
PC Card controller, 38
PC Card port, 61
physical, 43
port replicator/mini-dock, 46
power management, APM revision level 1.2 supported, 42
power system, 42
processor, 38
serial port, 41
sub battery, 42
temperature, 43
USB port, 41
video controller, 38
video memory, 38
sub battery, 42
supervisor password, diskette access, supervisor only, 19
supervisor password, enabling in BIOS Setup, 18
suspend mode timeout, selecting in BIOS Setup, 22
suspend mode, selecting in BIOS Setup, 22
suspend/resume button, normal, resume only, power on/off,
configuration, 23
suspend-to-disk after 1 hour in suspend-to-RAM mode, 22
SVGA video mode, 39
system date, changing in BIOS Setup, 8
system interface port
connector type, 41
system power, 66
system time, changing in BIOS Setup, 8
T
S
sampling rate, pen, 4
save-to-disk, partition and file size, 29
serial port A, enabling in BIOS Setup, 11
serial port B device, selecting in BIOS Setup, 11
serial port, connector, pin assignments, 48
serial port, specifications, 41
SetHotpadNotification function, 74
setup prompt, enabling in BIOS setup, 24
speaker, disabled when headphone jack used, 60
Specifications, 38
specifications
AC adapter, 42
agency approvals, 43
audio controller, 38
battery pack, 42
cache, 38
DC power input connector, 67
DC power input voltage, 41
digitizer, 40
DIMM slot, 38
technical support, x
temperature, specifications, 43
TFT color display, specifications, 39
time, changing in BIOS Setup, 8
U
Universal Serial Bus, specification, ix
USB port, position assignments, 50
USB port, specifications, pen tablet, 41
USB port, specifications, port replicator, 46
user password, enabling in BIOS Setup, 18
V
video controller, specifications, 38
video memory, specifications, 38
video modes supported for use with external monitor, 39
video, external, 39
Index-3
W
weight, pen tablet, 43
Windows 2000
ACPI and BIOS settings, 21
version preinstalled, 2
Windows 98
ACPI and BIOS settings, 21
support, 2
Windows NT
PC Card support, 2
version preinstalled, (Workstation 4.0), 2
X
XVGA video mode, 39
Index-4
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