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Equium

5160D, 5200D, and 6200D

Series

DDM-2970016-A00

Chapter 1

Hardware Overview

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System Features

The Equium™ Models 5160D, 5200D, and 6200D are some of the most powerful microcomputers available today. Models 5160D, 5200D, and 6200D are low-profile desktop models that deliver the following features:

Microprocessor

The Intel Pentium

®

microprocessor operates at three speeds:

166 MHz MMX (Model 5160D)

200 MHz MMX (Model 5200)

200 MHz Pentium

®

Pro (Model 6200D)

Memory

Each Equium™ Model 5160D and 5200D computer comes equipped with 32 megabytes (MB) of 60 ns EDO RAM, expandable to 192 MB EDO RAM nonparity (32-bit).

Each Equium™ Model 6200D computer comes equipped with 32 megabytes

(MB) of 60 ns EDO RAM, expandable to 256 MB EDO RAM non-parity (32bit).

Cache memory

Each Equium™ model comes equipped with 256 kilobytes (KB) write-back

SRAM.

Disk storage

Each Equium™ model comes equipped with one 3.5" 1.44 MB / 1.2 MB / 720

KB (formatted) Floppy Disk Drive.

The Equium™ series comes with the following standard Enhanced IDE hard disk drives:

2.1 GB (Model 5160D)

2.5 GB (Model 5200D)

3.0 GB (Model 6200D)

CD-ROM

Each Equium™ computer comes equipped with one ATAPI 12X CD-ROM drive.

Display system

The Equium™ series monitors are available in 15- and 17-inch versions. The monitors have the following features:

.28 mm dot pitch (15 inch), .26 mm dot pitch (17 inch)

60 Hz non-interlaced refresh rate at resolutions up to 1280x1024

EPA Energy Star compliant

Monitor has integrated speakers and headphone jack

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104-key Windows 95 compatible keyboard

PS/2 three-button mouse

Audio system

16-bit stereo Sound Blaster - Pro compatible audio.

145 watt (Models 5160D and 5200D) or 200 watt (Model 6200D) power supply

PCI and ISA expansion slots are supported by a connector on the system board designed to accept a riser card. The riser card provides three ISA and two PCI slots.

Back panel connectors are provided for video and audio, the keyboard, the PS/2 mouse, a parallel interface, an RJ45 LAN interface, the serial interface, and a

Universal Serial Bus (USB) connector provides two USB connectors.

Sleep button

The sleep button places the computer in a power saving mode with near-instant response time to requests by attached devices.

Two expansion bays (one occupied by the CD-ROM drive).

Low-profile, desktop chassis:

Easy installation of 5.25" and 3.5" devices

Front access to reset and sleep controls

Power, HDD, FDD, and CD-ROM indicators displayed on front

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System Configuration

The Equium™ Personal Computer is shown in Figure 1-1 and its system configurations are

Figure 1-1 Equium™ Personal Computer

Figure 1-2 Equium™ System Unit Configuration (Models 5160D and 5200D)

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Figure 1-3 Equium™ System Unit Configuration (Model 6200D)

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Equium™ Field Replaceable Units (FRUs)

Each Equium™ computer consists of the following FRU's.

System board

Microprocessor

Single Inline Memory Modules (SIMMs)

Power Supply

3.5" Floppy Disk Drive (FDD)

3.5" Enhanced IDE Hard Disk Drive (HDD)

CD-ROM Drive

Cooling Fan

Keyboard

Mouse

Monitor

Real-Time Clock Battery

A description and specification list for each FRU follows.

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System Board

Models 5160D and 5200D System Boards

The Equium™ Models 5160D and 5200D come equipped with Intel CU430HX system boards. The Models 5160D and 5200D system board supports the following set of features:

Uses a 9-inch by 13-inch LPX form factor.

Uses a type 7 Zero Insertion Force (ZIF) socket to house any of the Intel

Pentium

 processors.

Intel Pentium

®

MMX microprocessor running at 166 MHz (Model 5160D), and

200 MHz (Model 5200D).

Uses Intel's 82430HX PCIset. The Intel 82371SB PCI/ISA IDE Accelerator

(PIIX3) provides an integrated Bus Mastering IDE controller with two high performance IDE interfaces for up to four devices (such as hard drives or CD-

ROM).

Supports up to 192 MB of Extended Data Out (EDO) RAM (32-bit non-parity) using six standard 72-pin tin lead SIMM sockets.

Uses a Flash BIOS with the following features:

Uses both hardware and software Secure Flash features to protect Flash contents from corruption.

Uses a BIOS that complies with the Desktop Management Interface (DMIcompliant).

Uses the E28F002BX 2 MB Flash EEPROM type BIOS with a capacity of

256 KB.

Uses the National PC87306BV I/O controller to integrate the following standard

PC I/O functions:

• floppy interface,

• two FIFO serial ports,

• one EPP/ECP capable parallel port,

• a Real Time Clock,

• keyboard controller,

• support for an IrDA and Consumer Infra Red compatible interface.

Integrates an ATI RAGE II graphics controller with SGRAM graphics memory to support SVGA graphics at resolutions up to 1280 x 1024 with 2 MB of SGRAM installed. Supports up to 4MB of graphics memory using an add-in module from

ATI.

Integrates a business audio solution using a Creative Laboratories Vibra 16C audio codec on the system board to provide 16-bit stereo, Sound Blaster Pro compatible audio.

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Integrates a complete LAN interface onboard using the Intel 82557 LAN controller.

Provides an onboard telephony (modem) connection from modem audio to the system board mic/spkr.

A hardware monitoring ASIC provides the following monitoring functions:

Integrated temperature sensor

Power supply voltage monitoring

Storage of POST results and error codes

Back panel connectors are provided for video, audio I/O, keyboard and PS/2 mouse connectors, one parallel port interface, RJ45 LAN interface, and two

Universal Serial Bus (USB) connectors.

PCI and ISA expansion slots are supported by a connector on the system board designed to accept a riser card. An on-board jumper allows support of risers with two PCI and three ISA slots.

Figure 1-4 Models 5160D and 5200D System Board Layout

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Key

Table 1-1 Models 5160D and 5200D System Board Layout Key

Description

TT Security header (1x2,

J1K1)

WW National DP83840

(U3L1)

Key Description

A

D

G

J

M

P

S

VGA connector (15pin, J1N1)

Side-by-side USB connector option

(4x1x2, J4N1)

CD Audio header

(1x4, J6N2)

Microphone input jack

(J8N2)

Telephony (modem) header (2x2, J9M1)

Floppy connector

(J9K1)

Main power connector (J9H1)

B

E

H

K

N

Q

T

SGRAM, video,

128Kx32x2 (U2L2)

ISA/PCI riser socket

(J6J2)

PS/2 Mouse connector

(J7N1)

Audio output jack

(J9N2)

Creative Labs Vibra16C audio controller (U7M1)

Soft-OFF header (1x3,

J9K2)

SIMM sockets (J6J1,

J7J1, J7J2, J7J3, J8J1,

J8J2)

Hardware monitor ASIC

(U9C1)

V

Y

Flash BIOS

TSOP/PSOP(E28F00

2, U9D1, U9D2)

Intrusion-detect photo-transistor

(Q8B1)

W

Z Real-time clock battery

(BT9A1)

BB IDE connectors

(J5C1, J6C1)

EE Keyboard lock header

(1x3, J4A3)

CC

FF

Vcc regulator header

(2x3, J5B1)

Voltage regulator

(U3A1)

HH Onboard speaker

(LS2A1)

II Front panel header 2

(1x9, J2A2)

KK CELP socket (J1D1) LL Socket 7 Pentium

® processor socket

(U3C1)

NN Intel FW82439HX

(TXC, U4E1)

QQ ATI 264GT-B video controller (U3H1)

OO COM1/COM2 header

(5x2, J4L1, J4M1)

RR VGA header (2x20,

J1H1)

UU SGRAM, video,

128Kx32x2 (U2K2)

XX Jumper block header

(J1K2)

Key

I

C

F

L

O

R

U

X

Description

LAN connector (RJ45,

J2N1)

Parallel connector

(DB25, J6N1)

PS/2 Keyboard

Connector (J8N1)

Wave Table header

(2x4, J9N1)

MIDI/Audio header

(2x17,J9L1)

Std 3.3V power connector (J9J1)

National PC87306B

Ultra I/O controller

(U7E1)

Intel SB82371SB

(PIIX3, U7C1)

AA Flash recovery jumper block (2x3, J6C2)

DD 3-wire fan header (1x3,

J4A4)

GG Front panel connector

(1x29, J4A1)

JJ PWR/HDD LED header

(1x4, J3A2)

MM Mcache PBSRAM

(32Kx32, U3E1, U2E1)

PP Jumper block, 2/3 PCI slot (2x3, J4G1)

SS Video memory upgrade header (2x27, J1L1,

J4L2)

VV LAN Controller (82557,

U3K1)

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Table 1-2 Models 5160D and 5200D System Board Environmental Specifications

Parameter Specification

Temperature

Non-Operating

Operating

DC Voltage

+3.3 V

+5 V

-5 V

+12 V

-12 V

Vibration

Unpackaged

Packaged

-40 o

F to 158 o

F (-40 o

C to 70 o

C)

32 o

F to 131 o

F (0 o

C to 55 o

C)

±5 %

±5 %

±5 %

±5 %

±5 %

5 Hz to 20 Hz : 0.01g² Hz sloping up to 0.02 g² Hz

20 Hz to 500 Hz : 0.02g² Hz (flat)

10 Hz to 40 Hz : 0.015g² Hz (flat)

40 Hz to 500 Hz : 0.015g² Hz sloping down to 0.00015 g² Hz

Model 6200D System Board

The AP440FX system board used in the Model 6200D is a 64-bit, high-performance, mixedsupports the following set of features:

Uses a 9-inch by 13-inch LPX form factor.

Uses a type 8 Zero Insertion Force (ZIF) socket to house the standard processor.

Intel Pentium

®

Pro microprocessor running 200 MHz.

Uses Intel's 82440FX chipset. The Intel 82371SB PCI/ISA IDE Xccelerator

(PIIX3) provides an integrated Bus Mastering IDE controller with two high performance IDE interfaces for up to four devices (such as hard drives or CD-

ROM).

Uses a Flash BIOS with the following features:

Uses both hardware and software Secure Flash features to protect Flash contents from corruption.

Implements virus protection during boot.

Uses a BIOS that complies with the Desktop Management Interface (DMIcompliant).

Uses the E28F002BX 2 MB Flash EEPROM type BIOS with a capacity of

256 KB.

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Uses the National Super I/O controller (the National PC87307 or the pincompatible National PC87308 device) to integrate the following standard PC I/O functions:

• floppy interface, two FIFO serial ports and one EPP/ECP capable parallel port,

Real Time Clock,

• keyboard controller, and

• support for an IrDA and Consumer Infrared interface at both slow and medium speeds.

stereo, Sound Blaster Pro compatible audio. (Provides an onboard telephony

(modem) connector used for connecting the modem to the system board audio mic/spkr.)

Integrates an S3 ViRGE DX graphics controller onboard to support SVGA graphics at resolutions up to 1600x1200 (2MB of video DRAM installed). An enhanced LBP VESA feature connector supports external multimedia capabilities.

A hardware monitoring ASIC provides the following monitoring functions:

Integrated temperature sensor

Power supply voltage monitoring

Storage of POST results and error codes

Back panel connectors are provided for video, audio I/O, keyboard and PS/2 mouse connectors, one parallel port interface, two Universal Serial Bus (USB) connectors, and one 9-pin serial port.

designed to accept a riser card. An onboard jumper supports riser cards with two

PCI and three ISA slots.

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Figure 1-5 Model 6200D System Board Layout

Key

Table 1-3 Model 6200D System Board Layout Key (1/2)

Description Key Description Key Description

A

D

G

VGA connector (15-pin,

J1N1)

LAN wakeup header

(2x1, J5N1)

Parallel connector

(DB25, J7N1)

J Audio output jack

(J9N2)

M Wavetable header (2x4,

J9L1)

P Standard 3.3V power connector (J9J1)

S Soft OFF header (3x1,

J9F1)

V Real-time clock battery

(BT9B1)

Y Intel SB82371SB

(PIIX3, U6E1)

B COMM1 9-pin DB9 (J4N2) C Side-by-side USB connector (J3N1)

E PS/2 mouse connector (J5N2) F PS/2 keyboard connector

(J6N1)

H Enhanced Super I/O

Controller, National PC87307

(U7M1)

I Microphone input jack

(J8N1)

K

N

Crystal audio controller

(U9M1)

Floppy connector (J8L1)

L CD-ROM header (4x1,

J9N1)

O Telephony (modem) header (2x2, J9K1)

Q Main power connector (J9H1) R IDE connectors (J8H1,

J9H2)

T Hardware monitor ASIC

(U9C1)

W Onboard speaker (L9A1)

U

X

Flash BIOS (E28F002,

U8C1)

SIMM sockets (J6J1, J7J1,

J7J2, J7J3)

Z Auxiliary fan header (1x3,

J4A1)

AA Keylock header (3x1,

J3A1)

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Table 1-3 Model 6200D System Board Layout Key (2/2)

Key Description

BB Front panel connector

(J2A1)

EE Intel SB82442FX (DBX,

U2F1)

HH Jumper block, 2/3 PCI slot (2x3, J1J1)

KK Video DRAM (1MB,

U3M1, U3M2)

NN COM2H header (5x2,

J3N1)

Key Description Key Description

CC Socket 8 Pentium

®

Pro processor socket (U3C1)

DD Intel SB82441FX (PMC,

U4F1)

FF ISA/PCI riser socket (J6J2) GG Consumer/Fast IR header

(5x2, J4L1)

II LPB VESA header (J1K1) JJ TRIO64 V+ or S3 ViRGE video controller (U2K1)

LL Configuration jumper block

(J4L2)

MM Video DRAM expansion to

2MB (U2M1, U2M2)

Table 1-4 Model 6200D System Board Environmental Specifications

Parameter Specification

Temperature

Non-Operating

Operating

DC Voltage

+3.3 V

+5 V

-5 V

+12 V

-12 V

Vibration

Unpackaged

Packaged

-40 o

F to 158 o

F (-40 o

C to 70 o

C)

32 o

F to 131 o

F (0 o

C to 55 o

C)

±5 %

±5 %

±5 %

±5 %

±5 %

5 Hz to 20 Hz : 0.01g² Hz sloping up to 0.02 g² Hz

20 Hz to 500 Hz : 0.02g² Hz (flat)

10 Hz to 40 Hz : 0.015g² Hz (flat)

40 Hz to 500 Hz : 0.015g² Hz sloping down to 0.00015 g² Hz

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Microprocessor

Models 5160D and 5200D Microprocessors

Figure 1-6 Microprocessor (Models 5160D and 5200D)

®

MMX processor running at 166 MHz. Each Equium™ Model 52000D computer comes with a 3.3 volt

Pentium

®

MMX processor running at 200 MHz.

The Pentium

®

processor maintains full backward compatibility with the 8086, 80286,

Intel386

and Intel486

processors. It supports both read and write burst mode bus cycles, and includes separate 8 KB on-chip code and data caches that employ a write-back policy.

The Pentium

®

processor has an advanced numeric coprocessor that significantly increases the speed of floating point operations, while maintaining backward compatibility with math coprocessors that comply with ANSI/IEEE standard 754-1985.

Model 6200D Microprocessor

Figure 1-7 Microprocessor (Model 6200D)

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®

Pro processor. A system board voltage regulator circuit provides the required voltages from the 5 V and 3.3 V taps off the power supply. The onboard voltage regulator makes use of the VID capabilities to automatically adjust its voltage output to match that of the installed processor.

The Pentium

®

Pro processor integrates the second level cache and cache controller that were

MHz processor is 256 KB, while a second versions of the 200 MHz processor integrates a

®

512 KB cache. The Pentium Pro processor has an advanced numeric coprocessor that significantly increases the speed of floating point operations, while maintaining backward compatibility with math coprocessors that comply with ANSI/IEEE standard 754-1985.

An approved Pentium

®

Pro heatsink is necessary for proper thermal dissipation in an LPX compliant chassis. The processor/heatsink assembly must be securely fastened to the Socket 8

ZIF socket.

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Inline Memory Modules (SIMMs)

Equium™ Models 5120D, 5200D, and 6200D computers come equipped with 32 MB of

RAM.

Figure 1-8 A Typical SIMM

Models 5160D and 5200D SIMM Configuration

The system board in Equium Models 5160D and 5200D, the Intel CU430HX, has six 72-pin, tin lead SIMM sockets, arranged as three banks, each with two sockets. Some important considerations are:

The board supports 60 ns Extended Data Out (EDO) SIMMs.

The board supports non-parity SIMMs only.

Both sockets of a bank must be used.

Both sockets of a bank must contain the same type (EDO), speed (60 ns), and size of

SIMM.

Only tin lead 72-pin SIMMs can be used with the standard tin lead SIMM sockets.

There are no jumper settings required for the memory size or type. This information is automatically detected by the system BIOS.

The sockets support the following SIMM sizes:

Table 1-5 Models 5160D and 5200D SIMM Sizes

SIMM Size

4 MB

8 MB

16 MB

32 MB

Configuration

(without parity)

1 M x 32

2 M x 32

4 M x 32

8 M x 32

Model 6200D SIMM Configuration

The system board in the Equium Model 6200D, the Intel AP440FX, has four 72-pin tin-lead

SIMM sockets that make it possible to install up to 128 MB of RAM. The sockets support

1M x 32 (4 MB) single-sided modules, 2M x 32 (8 MB), 4M x 32 (16 MB), and 8M x 32 (32

MB) single-sided modules. Minimum memory size is 8 MB and maximum memory size, using four 8M x 32 SIMM modules, is 128 MB. Memory timing requires 60 ns fast page devices or, for optimum performance, 60 ns EDO DRAM. Both parity and non-parity memory modules are supported. With parity SIMMs, the board can be configured to support ECC operation.

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The four sockets are arranged in two banks of two sockets each. The sockets are designated

Bank 0 and Bank 1. Each bank provides a 64/72-bit wide data path. Both SIMMs in a bank must be of the same memory size and type, although the types and sizes of memory may differ between banks. Bank 0 only, Bank 1 only, or both of the banks may be populated. There are no jumper settings required for the memory size or type, which is automatically detected by the system BIOS. Use only tin lead SIMMs when adding DRAM.

Note: Due to electrical loading characteristics, 64 MB SIMMs using 16 Mb technology are not qualified for use on the AP440FX system board. 64 MB

SIMMs using 64 Mb technology have not been qualified, however, they may be supported by the system board when they become available, depending upon the individual characteristics of the memory module. If 64 MB SIMMs are qualified for use on the AP440FX system board, the total onboard memory capacity becomes 256 MB.

Extended Data Out (or Hyper Page) DRAM is designed to improve the DRAM read performance. EDO DRAM holds the memory data valid until the next memory access cycle, unlike standard fast page mode DRAM that tri-states the memory data when the precharge cycle occurs, prior to the next memory access cycle. EDO DRAM timings are X-2-2-2.

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Power Supply

Each Equium™ Model 5160D and 5200D computer comes equipped with a 145 W power supply. Each Equium™ Model 6200D computer comes equipped with a 200 W power supply.

Figure 1-9 Power Supply

Table 1-6 145 W Power Supply Specifications (Models 5160D and 5200D)

Item Specification

Electrical

US Metric

Voltage Select Setting

Operating Voltage Range

Input Current

Voltage Frequency

Power Output

Weight

115 VAC

90 Vrms (Min.),

135 Vrms (Max.)

3 Arms

50 - 60 Hz (Nominal)

3.15 V - 3.45 V

2.65 LB (1.2 kg)

230 VAC

180 Vrms (Min.),

265 Vrms (Max.)

1.5 Arms

50 - 60 Hz (Nominal)

3.15 V - 3.45 V

Environmental

Operating Temperature

50° to 122°F (10° to 50°C)

Non-Operating Temperature

-40° to 158°F (-40° to 70°C)

Operating Humidity

Non-Operating Humidity

Operating Altitude

Non-Operating Altitude

95% Relative Humidity

95% Relative Humidity

10,000 ft (3,048 m) (max.)

50,000 ft (15,240 m) (max.)

Shock

Operating

Non-Operating

1 G (peak) in any axis

30 G (peak), 11 msec in any of the three orthogonal axis, either direction

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Table 1-7 200 W Power Supply Specifications (Model 6200D)

Item Specification

Electrical

US Metric

Voltage Select Setting

Operating Voltage Range

Input Current

Voltage Frequency

Power Output

Weight

115 VAC

90 Vrms (Min.),

135 Vrms (Max.)

5 Arms

50 - 60 Hz (Nominal)

3.15 V - 3.45 V

230 VAC

180 Vrms (Min.),

265 Vrms (Max.)

3 Arms

50 - 60 Hz (Nominal)

3.15 V - 3.45 V

2.65 LB (1.2 kg)

Environmental

Operating Temperature

50° to 122°F (10° to 50°C)

Non-Operating Temperature

-40° to 158°F (-40° to 70°C)

Operating Humidity

Non-Operating Humidity

Operating Altitude

Non-Operating Altitude

95% Relative Humidity

95% Relative Humidity

10,000 ft (3,048 m) (max.)

50,000 ft (15,240 m) (max.)

Shock

Operating

Non-Operating

1 G (peak) in any axis

30 G (peak), 11 msec in any of the three orthogonal axis, either direction

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Floppy Disk Drive (FDD)

Each Equium™ computer comes equipped with a triple density (2 MB / 1.6 MB / 1 MB, unformatted, 1.44 MB / 1.2 MB / .720 KB, formatted) 3.5 inch micro floppy disk drive

(FDD).

Figure 1-10 3.5" Floppy Disk Drive

Table 1-8 FDD Configuration and Performance Specifications

Item 2 MB Mode 1.6 MB Mode 1 MB Mode

Storage Capacity

Unformatted

Formatted

Data transfer rate

Rotation speed (rpm)

Number of Heads

Number of Cylinders

Access time (ms)

Track to track

Average

Head setting time

Recording track density

Recording method

Required Power

Interface Connector

2 MB

1.44 MB

500 Kbps

300

2

80

1.6 MB

1.2 MB

500 Kbps

360

3 ms

94 ms

15 ms (max.)

135 tpi

Modified Frequency Modulation (MFM)

+ 5 V single (4.5 V ~ 5.5 V)

34-pin right header connector

1 MB

.720 KB

250 Kbps

300

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Table 1-9 FDD Physical Specifications

Dimension Specification

Height

Depth

Width

Weight

1.00 inch (25.4 mm)

5.71 inch (145 mm) (Excluding bezel)

4.00 inch (101.6 mm)

.76 lb. (345 g), 0.79 lb. (360 g) (max.)

Parameter

Ambient

Temperature

Relative

Humidity

Wet Bulb

Altitude

Table 1-10 FDD Environmental Specifications

Operating

39° - 125°F

(4° to 51.7 °C)

20% to 80%

(Non-condensing)

85°F (29.4°C) (max.)

-980 to 16,400 ft

(-300 - 5,000 m)

Storage

-8° - 140°F

(-22° to 60C)

5% to 90%

(Non-condensing)

104°F (40°C) (max.)

N/A

Transport

-40° - 149°F

(-40° to 65°C)

5% to 95%

(Non-condensing)

113°F (45°C) (max.)

N/A

Mode

Table 1-11 FDD Power Requirements

Average Current Average Power

Standby

Read

Write

Typical

3.0 mA

0.30 A

0.30 A

Seek (3 ms)

Seek (6 ms)

0.48 A

0.56 A

Spindle Motor Start 0.62 A

Max.

5.0 mA

0.40 A

0.40 A

0.58 A

0.68 A

0.70 A

Typical

15 mW

1.5 W

1.5 W

2.40 W

2.80 W

3.10 W

Max.

28 mW

2.20 W

2.20 W

3.19 W

3.74 W

3.85 W

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Hard Disk Drives

Each Equium™ computer comes equipped with one of four hard disk drives (HDD) (as listed in Table 1-7). Each HDD is a 3.5-inch, low-profile, high-capacity, enhanced IDE disk drive.

Figure 1-11 3.5" Hard Disk Drive

Table 1-12 Enhanced IDE Hard Disk Drive Configuration Specifications

Equium

Model

HDD Model Cylinders Heads Sectors/Track

5160D

5200D

6200D

Maxtor 82187A

Maxtor 82560A

4,248

4,962

Western Digital AC33100 6,136

16

16

16

63

63

63

MB

2,187

2,560

3,166.7

Table 1-13 Enhanced IDE Hard Disk Drive Jumper Specifications

(Maxtor Models 82187A and 82560A)

Configuration Jumper Setting

Master/Single

Slave

Cable Select Enabled

Write Cache Enabled (82187A)

4092 Cylinder Option Enabled (82560)

J50 Jumped

J50 Open

J48 Jumped

J46 Jumped

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Figure 1-12 Jumper Pin Locations (Maxtor Models 82187A and 82560A)

Table 1-14 Enhanced IDE Hard Disk Drive Jumper Specifications

(Western Digital Model AC33100)

Configuration J8 Jumper Setting

Single

Master

Slave

Cable Select Enabled

Pins 3 and 5

Pins 5 and 6

Pins 3 and 4

Pins 1 and 2

Figure 1-13 Jumper Pin Locations (Western Digital Model AC33100)

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CD-ROM Drive

Each Equium™ computer comes equipped with a Toshiba XM-5702B CD-ROM 12X ATAPI drive. The drive provides Photo-CD Multi-session and Multimedia PC-3 compatibility.

Figure 1-14 CD-ROM Drive

Table 1-15 CD-ROM Drive Physical Dimensions

Dimension Specification

Height

Length

Width

Weight

1.63 in (41.5 mm)

7.6 in (193 mm) (excluding bezel)

5.75 in (146 mm)

2.2 LB (0.98 kg)

Table 1-16 CD-ROM Drive Performance Characteristics (1/2)

Item Specification

Applicable Disc Formats All: Red-Book, Yellow-Book, CD-ROM XA, CD-I,

Bridge (Photo-CD, Video CD), CD-I, CD-I Ready,

CD-G, and Multi-session (Photo-CD, CD EXTRA,

CD-E)

4.75 in and 3 in (12 cm and 8 cm) Disk Sizes

Data Capacity (Yellow-Book)

User Data/Block (Mode 1)

User Data/Block (Mode 2)

Rotational Speed

1X

4X

12X

2,048 byte/block

2,336 byte/block

Approx. 200 to 530 rpm

Approx. 800 to 2,120 rpm

Approx. 2,400 to 6,360 rpm

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Table 1-16 CD-ROM Drive Performance Characteristics (2/2)

Transfer Rates

1

Sustained Block Transfer Rate

1X 75 block/s

Approx. 300 block/s

Approx. 900 block/s

4X

12X

Sustained Data Transfer Rate (Mode 1)

1X

4X

12X

Sustained Data Transfer Rate (Mode 2)

1X

4X

12X

Sustained PIO Host Transfer Rate

Single Word DMA Transfer Mode 2

Multiple Word DMA Transfer Mode 1

Access Times

Average Random Access Times

1X

4X

12X

Average Full-Stroke Access Times

1X

4X

12X

Spin-up Time

Data Buffer Capacity

Audio Output

Analog Output Level

Digital Output Level

Headphones Output Level

Headphone Connector

Power Supply

150 KB/s

Approx. 600 KB/s

Approx. 1,800 KB/s

171 KB/s

Approx. 684 KB/s

Approx. 2,052 byte/s

11.1 MB/s (PIO Mode 3)

8.33 MB/s

13.3 MB/s

320 ms (Typical)

170 ms (Typical)

120 ms (Typical)

400 ms (Typical)

270 ms (Typical)

220 ms (Typical)

12X: 3.9 s (Typical) 4.5 s (Max.)

256 KB

1.0 Vrms (Typical)

0.6 V p-p

0.7 Vrms (Typical)

3.5 mm Stereo Headphone Jack

+ 5 V, + 12 V

1

(1 KB = 2

10

byte = 1024 bytes, 1 MB = 2

20

byte = 1,048,576 bytes)

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Item

Table 1-17 CD-ROM Drive Environmental Conditions

Operating Non-Operating /

Storage

Transporting

Temperature

Temperature Gradient

Humidity

(Non-Condensing)

Atmospheric Pressure and Altitude

41° to 122° F

(5° to 50°C)

52° F/hour (max.)

(11° C/hour

{max.})

8% to 80% (wet bulb 81° F (27 °C) max.)

0 to 9,850 ft

(0 to 3,000 m)

14° to 140° F

(-10° to 60°C)

68° F/hour (max.)

(20° C/hour

{max.})

5% to 95%

-40° to 150° F

(-40° to 65°C)

68° F/hour (max.)

(20° C/hour

{max.})

5% to 95%

0 to 39,000 ft

(0 to 12,000 m)

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Cooling Fan

Each Equium™ computer comes equipped with a low-noise, maintenance-free cooling fan.

Figure 1-15 Cooling Fan

Table 1-18 Fan Specifications (Typical)

Item Specification

Dimensions

Height

Width

Length

Weight

Rated Voltage

Operating Voltage Range

Rated Current

3.15 in (80 mm)

3.15 in (80 mm)

1 in (25.4 mm)

2.82 oz (80 g)

12 VDC

7.0 ~ 13.8 VDC

Rated Input Power

Max. Air Flow

Max. Air Pressure

0.09 A

1.08 W

29.0 CFM (0.82 M

3

/min)

Rotational Speed

Acoustical Noise

0.111 inH

2

O (2.83 mmH

2

O)

2600 rpm

24.8 dB(A)

Environmental

Operating Temperature Range

32° to 158°F (0° to 70° C)

Storage Temperature Range

-40° to 158°F (-40° to 70°C)

Connection Type Wire

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Keyboard

Each Equium™ computer comes equipped with a compact 104-key Windows 95-compatible keyboard connected to the computer by a 79 inch (2 m) cable. The cable connects to the computer through the labeled 6-pin jack on the rear of the computer.

Figure 1-16 Keyboard (Models 5160D and 5200D)

Table 1-19 Keyboard Specifications

Item Specification

Environmental Data

Operating Temp.

Non-Operating Temp.

Operating Humidity

Non-Operating Humidity

Operating Shock

Non-Operating Shock

Electrical Data

Input Power (max.)

Mechanical Data

Total Travel

Travel to Peak

Peak Force

Fire Point

Serial Data Output

Dimensions

Height

Length

Depth

Weight

32° to 104°F (0° to 40°C)

-4° to 140°F (-20° to 60°C)

5% to 90% non-cond. ambient temp.

0% to 95% non-cond. at 104°F (40°C)

10 G

50 G

+5 Vdc ± .25 V at 100 mA (max.)

0.150 in ± .020 in (3.81 mm ± .5 mm)

0.50 in ± .010 in (12.7 mm ± .25 mm)

2.0 oz. ± .6 oz. (57 g ± 17 g)

.120 in (3.05 mm) nominal

Synchronous 8-bit

1.5 in (38 mm)

17.90 in (455 mm)

6.75 in (171 mm)

1.9 LB (.86 kg)

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Mouse

Each Equium™ computer comes equipped with a three-button PS/2-compatible mouse connected to the computer by a 7 foot (2.13 m) cable. The cable connects to the computer through the labeled 6-pin jack on the rear of the computer. The mouse buttons are software configurable.

Figure 1-17 Mouse

Item

Table 1-20 Mouse Specifications

Specification

Dimensions

Height

Width

Length

Weight

Cable Length

1.375 in (35 mm)

2.94 in (75 mm)

4.25 in (108 mm)

Base Resolution

Minimum Travel

5.41 oz (153 g) (including cable)

7 ft (2.13 m)

400 dpi

156 miles (250 km)

Environmental

Operating Temperature Range

32° to 104°F (0° to 40° C)

Storage Temperature Range

-4° to 140°F (-20° to 60°C)

Power Requirements <= 10 mA

Connector Type 6-pin male PS/2-compatible mini-DIN

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Monitor

Fifteen- and seventeen-inch Autoscan VGA color monitors are available for the Equium models Each monitor is a single Field Replaceable Unit.

Figure 1-18 Monitor

Item

General

Type

Main Voltages

Frequencies

Power Consumption

Operating

Environment Limits

Non-operating

Environment Limits

Weight

Dimensions

Table 1-21 Monitor Specifications (1/2)

15-inch Monitor 17-inch Monitor

110 - 120 V

90 - 132 VAC

47 - 63 Hz

100 W (max.)

Temperature: 32° to 104° F

(0 to 40° C)

Humidity: 20 to 80% (Non-

Condensing)

Air Pressure: 70 to 110 Kpa

Temperature: -13° to 149°F

(-25° to 65° C)

Humidity: 20 to 90% (Non-

Condensing)

Air Pressure: 30 to 110 Kpa

28 lb. (13 kg)

14.74 x 15.47 x 15.31 in

(WxHxD) (374 x 393 x 389 mm)

100 - 240 V

100 W (max.)

Temperature: 32° to 104° F

(0 to 40° C)

Humidity: 20 to 80% (Non-

Condensing)

Air Pressure: 70 to 110 Kpa

Temperature: -13° to 149°F

(-25° to 65° C)

Humidity: 20 to 90% (Non-

Condensing)

Air Pressure: 30 to 110 Kpa

43.87 lb. (19.9 kg)

16.61 x 16.92 x 17.67 in

(WxHxD) (422 x 430 x 449 mm)

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Item

Table 1-21 Monitor Specifications (2/2)

15" Monitor 17" Monitor

Picture Tube

Size

Light Transmission

Deflection Angle

EHT Voltage

Pitch

15 inch

57% (dark glass)

90 degrees

24.5 ± 1 kV

.28 mm dotted with black matrix

Video

Dot Rate

Image Size (WxH)

H-Shift Range

V-Shift Range

108 MHz

280 mm x 210 mm

10 mm (min.)

10 mm (min.)

Sync Signal

Vertical Frequency

50 - 110 Hz

Horizontal Frequency

30 - 66 kHz

17 inch

.26

50 - 160 Hz

30 - 82 kHz

Audio Input Signal

Speaker (L/R)

Connector Type

Cable Length

Nominal L/R input level

3.5 mm stereo plug

59 inches (1.5 m)

Approx. 1V

L/R input impedance Approx. 10 k

Audio Output Signal

Max. Speaker Power

Output in 25

Headphone

Connector

Headphone application

1 W (RMS)/channel at 10%

THD (measured at 1 kHz)

3.5 mm jack (speakers silenced with plug inserted)

15 mW (RMS) (max.) in 32

1 W (RMS)/channel at 10%

THD (measured at 1 kHz)

15 mW (RMS) (max.) in 32

Internal Speakers

Type

Rated RMS Power

Nominal Impedance

L/R: 2 x 2.5 in, full range

1 W

25 Ω at 1 kHz

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Table 1-22 15-inch Monitor Factory Preset Resolution and Sync. Polarities

Resolution Horizontal Vertical Sync. Polarity

Mode (dots x line) Freq. (kHz) Freq. (Hz) Refresh H V

VGA 640 x 400

VGA 640 x 480

VESA 640 x 480

VESA 800 x 600

VESA 800 x 600

VESA 1024 x 768

31.5

31.5

37.5

37.8

46.8

48.3

VESA 1024 x 768 60.0

VESA 1280 x 1024 64.0

60

75

60

70

60

75

75

60

Non-Interlaced

Non-Interlaced

Non-Interlaced

Non-Interlaced

Non-Interlaced

Non-Interlaced

Non-Interlaced

Non-Interlaced

-

+

+

+

+

-

-

-

-

+

+

+

+

-

-

+

Mode

Table 1-23 15-inch Monitor Power Management

H-Sync Signal V-Sync

Signal

Video Signal Power

On Active

Stand-

By

Inactive

Suspend Active

Off Inactive

Active

Active

Inactive

Inactive

Active

Blanked

Blanked

Blanked

110 W

NA

15 W

< 5 sec.

15 W

5 W

Recovery Time

< 5 sec.

Normal

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Real-Time Clock Battery

A coin-cell style battery, installed in a socket on the system board, provides power for the real-time clock and CMOS RAM.

The battery has an estimated life expectancy of three years. When the battery starts to weaken, it loses voltage. When the voltage drops below a certain level, the system settings stored in CMOS RAM (for example, the date and time) may be wrong. If the battery fails, replace it with an equivalent battery.

Figure 1-19 Real-Time Clock Battery

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Chapter 2

Troubleshooting Procedures

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Troubleshooting

Information not available at the time of this preliminary release.

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Chapter 3

Tests and Diagnostics

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Diagnostics Programs

Toshiba does not provide proprietary diagnostics for the desktop line of products at this time.

diagnostic programs on the system to assist you in troubleshooting hardware problems.

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Chapter 4

Desktop Replacement Procedures

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General

This chapter explains how to disassemble Equium™ desktop model computers and replace

Field Replaceable Units (FRUs).

NOTE: The Equium™ desktop computer comes in three models: the 5160D, the

5200D, and the 6200D. The 5160D and the 5200D come standard with the

Cumberland system board while the 6200D comes standard with the Krakatoa system board. Although these system boards are similar in architecture, there are some differences concerning connector addresses, component locations, and jumper locations. Therefore, this section includes separate instructions for both

5160D/5200D and 6200D system board removal and replacement.

See Figure 4-1 to view the locations of internal components for the Equium™ desktop model.

When performing the procedures in this chapter, be aware of the following points:

The procedures in this chapter assume familiarity with the general terminology associated with personal computers and with the safety practices and regulatory compliance required for using and modifying electronic equipment.

All replacement procedures are a continuation of removal procedures.

Replacement procedures should not be performed without first performing the relevant removal procedures.

Figure 4-1 Equium™ Internal Desktop Components

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Safety Precautions

Before you begin disassembly procedures, read the following safety precautions and observe them carefully as you work.

DANGER: authorized

1. computer. Since other

Always use the Real-Time Clock (RTC) battery that is by Toshiba or compatible with the batteries have different specifications, they may be incompatible with the Equium™, and they may burst or explode. Heating the battery could cause leakage of alkaline solution.

Throwing the battery into a fire could cause the battery to explode. Batteries can retain electrical charge, so there is danger of electrical shock even when the computer is disconnected from the AC power source.

voltages. To

2.

The power supply and other components carry high avoid the risk of electric shock

(when you turn on the power of a assembled computer to check operation), be very careful partially not to touch connectors or components. Also, do not disassemble individual components during first-level maintenance.

WARNING:

To avoid the risk of electrical shock or other injury:

disconnect the AC

1.

Always turn the computer’s power off and power cord from the power source before disassembly.

2.

necklaces, bracelets,

3.

Remove metal jewelry or accessories such as or rings.

Never work with wet or damp hands.

4.

Make sure that all replacement components meet the computer, and that all cables and specifications for the connectors are securely fastened.

be careful not

5.

The Equium™ has many sharp edges and corners; to injure yourself.

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CAUTION:

To avoid damage to the computer:

replacement

1.

When you change a component, make sure the component meets the required specifications. Never use nonstandard parts.

2.

fall into the circuits, fires, or other internal

Metal objects such as screws or paper clips that computer can cause short damage.

3.

When assembling the computer, make sure to use the correct other Equium™ parts in place. screws to secure FRUs and

Make sure all screws are securely fastened. Loose screws can cause short circuits, resulting in heat, smoke, or fire.

Before removing components, make sure all component have

4.

cables to the been disconnected.

5.

the recommended by Toshiba.

Be sure to use the AC power cable that came with computer or one

Before You Begin

In addition to the safety precautions listed in section 4.1.1, review and become familiar with the following points, which will also help you avoid personal injury and damage to the computer.

Only disassemble the computer if it is not operating correctly.

Use only the correct and approved tools.

Make sure the working environment (whether you are using or storing the computer) is free of the following elements:

Contaminates

Static electricity

Extreme heat, cold, or humidity

Make sure the FRU you are replacing is causing the faulty operation by performing the appropriate diagnostic tests described in Chapter 3 of this manual.

Do not perform any operations that are not necessary and use only the described procedures for disassembling and replacing FRUs.

Do not remove cables by pulling on the cables. Instead, remove cables by pulling the connector out of the socket.

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After removing components from the computer, store them in a safe place away from the computer, so they will not be damaged and will not interfere with your work.

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After removing screws, make sure to store them in a safe place and to identify them with the corresponding parts.

After you have replaced an FRU, make sure the computer is functioning properly by performing the appropriate test on the FRU you have fixed or replaced.

Cables and Connectors

The Equium™ uses various types of cables and connectors for internal operation. Equium™ cables and connectors include:

Power cables

Data cables

Audio cable

Switch, LED, and fan cables

Normal pin and latch connectors

Connecting and Disconnecting Power Cables

Power cables are groups of cables that connect the power supply to various components and to the system board. The Equium™ has three power cables that connect to the system board and five power cables that connect to components or that are unused. Power cables to the system board use latch connectors while power cables to components use normal pin connectors. See Figure 4-2.

Figure 4-2 Power Cable and Connector

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Connecting and Disconnecting Data Cables

Data cables are ribbon cables that connect to various components, cards, and boards in the computer. When connecting data cables to devices, make sure the red stripe on the cable is the side of the cable closest to the power connector (be aware that some of these connectors are keyed while others are not).

Each end of a data cable is labeled, identifying the proper connection. For instance, the data must be attached to the CD-ROM drive. See Figure 4-3.

CAUTION: When disconnecting and connecting data cables, be careful not to touch the system board’s video chip, which may be hot if the computer has been running.

Figure 4-3 Data Cable

Connecting and Disconnecting the Audio Cable

The audio cable is a thin cable that connects the CD-ROM drive to the system board. The audio cable connector is keyed, meaning that it can only be connected to its socket one way. See Figure 4-4.

Figure 4-4 Audio Cable

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Connecting and Disconnecting LED and Switch Cables

Switch and LED cables are stranded cables that are attached to the computer and connect to the system. These cables use normal pin connectors (not keyed) that are labeled with the name of the switch or LED that the cable connects to. For instance, the connector on the

Figure 4-5 Switch and LED Cables

Switch and LED cables connect to sockets on the system board. These sockets are labeled with the name of the switch or LED that the corresponding cable connects to. For instance, the socket intended for the Reset SW cable is labeled RST.

Connecting and Disconnecting Cable Connectors

The Equium™ uses two types of cable connectors: normal pin connectors and latch connectors. To connect and disconnect these connectors, perform the following general

Disconnect normal pin connectors by grasping the connector and carefully pulling the connector from its socket.

Connect normal pin connectors by aligning the holes on the cable’s connector with the pins on the corresponding socket, then pushing the connector into the socket.

Disconnect latch connectors by pressing the latch on the connector and carefully pulling the connector from its socket.

Connect latch connectors by aligning the holes on the cable’s connector with the pins on the corresponding socket, then pushing the connector into the socket until the latch catches.

Gently pull on cable connectors to make sure they are secure.

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Figure 4-6 Normal Pin and Latch Connectors

Removing Expansion Cards

Because Equium™ desktop computers are low profile units using LPX form factor system boards, riser cards are used for expansion card installation. Riser cards are pass-through devices that connect to the system board and allow expansion cards to be installed parallel to the system board. The Equium™ riser card comes standard with two PCI slots and three ISA slots. As viewed from the rear and installed in the system board, the riser card has one PCI and one ISA slot on the left side and one PCI slot and two ISA slots on the right side.

Removing expansion cards from the riser card’s right-side slots is standard in that you must remove the screw that secures the card to the chassis and gently pull the card free of its slot.

However, to remove cards from the left-side slots, you must first remove the one screw that secures the clamp to the chassis and swing the clamp to the left, releasing any cards or slot

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Figure 4-7 Expansion Card Removal and Replacement

Changing Jumper Settings

The system board has configuration jumpers that allow you to change the system configuration. A jumper is a small plastic-encased conductor that slips over jumper pins. To change a jumper setting, use a pair of needle-nosed pliers to remove the jumper from its

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Figure 4-8 Changing Jumper Settings

I/O Connections

Equium™ I/O connections vary depending on the model. Refer to Figures 4-9 and 4-10 as appropriate for the proper I/O connections for the Equium™ model you are servicing.

Figure 4-9 5160D/5200D I/O Connections

Figure 4-10 6200D I/O Connections

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Assembly Reminders

While assembling the computer, remember the following general points:

Make a note, while disassembling the computer, of the locations and connections of the various components, cards, and cables. This will make assembly easier.

Take your time, making sure to follow the instructions closely. Many problems can occur from hurried assembly.

Make sure all cables and connectors are securely fastened.

Make sure cable connectors are properly attached to sockets. Attaching a connector backwards could cause improper card or component operation.

Before securing an FRU or other components, make sure cables will not be pinched by screws or the FRU.

When replacing side panels, make sure cables are tucked inside the computer’s chassis to avoid damaging the cables.

Make sure all latches are securely closed.

When assembling the computer, make sure to use the correct screws to secure the various components, and make sure all screws are securely fastened. Loose screws can cause short circuits, resulting in heat, smoke, and fire.

Make sure the correct screws are used to secure all FRUs and other computer parts. Using the incorrect screws could damage the threads or the head of the screws, resulting in improper seating of the screw. Refer to Table 4-1 for a listing of screw sizes and quantities for each FRU and computer part.

Table 4-1 FRU Screw Sizes and Quantity

FRU/Computer Part Screw

Size

Floppy Disk Drive to bracket

CD-ROM Drive to bracket

System Board to chassis

Slot Cover

Hard Disk Drive to bracket

Power Supply to chassis

FDD/HDD Mounting Bracket to chassis

Riser Card to chassis

Cross Member Support to chassis

M3x6

M3x6

M3x6

TBD

M3x6

6/32x1/4

6/32x1/4

6/32x1/4

6/32x1/4

Number of Screws

5

4

4

4

4

2

1

4

1

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Protecting the System from Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)

Electrostatic discharges can cause serious damage to computer components and circuitry.

Static electricity can be generated in many, seemingly innocent, ways such as walking across a vinyl floor or rubbing your hand on a carpeted area. With this in mind, it is important to protect the computer from the dangers of static electricity while you perform the removal and replacement procedures in this manual. The following information addresses effective grounding techniques and protecting components and drives from ESD.

Protecting Components from ESD

Perform the following precautions when working with computer components:

Protect all components by placing them in anti-static packaging.

Keep components in their protective packaging until you are ready to install them.

Place components on a grounded, static-free surface.

Place reusable components in protective packaging before storing them.

Ensure you are grounded before handling components.

When handling a card or board, place the anti-static packaging behind the card or board.

Avoid unnecessary handling and moving of components.

Touch the metal chassis before touching components. Keep part of your body in contact with the chassis to dissipate the static charge while handling components.

Do not slide boards over any surface.

Protecting Drives from ESD

Perform the following precautions when working with computer drives:

Only handle drives if you are properly grounded.

Store drives in the original shipping packages.

Keep drives in their protective packaging until you are ready to install them.

Only set drives on surfaces that have at minimum 1-inch of foam.

Place a drive’s Printed Circuit Board (PCB) assembly side down on foam.

Grounding Methods to Protect the System from ESD

Perform the following precautions when preparing to work on a computer:

Use anti-static mats, wrist or heel straps, and other anti-static materials.

Avoid touching connector pins, leads, and PCB circuitry.

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Turn off power to the computer before removing and inserting connectors or test equipment.

Use tools and other equipment that are conductive.

Recommended Tools and Equipment

The following equipment is necessary to disassemble and assemble the computer:

Toshiba #1/#2 reversible magnetic screwdriver

Small, flat-bladed screw driver

Needle-nose pliers

ESD mats for the working area floor and table

An ESD wrist strap or heel grounder

Anti-static carpeting or flooring

Air ionizers in highly static-sensitive areas

Protective gloves

Cover and Rear Panel

This section covers the removal and replacement of the computer’s cover and rear panel.

Removing the Cover

1. Turn off power to the computer, then disconnect the power cord and all external cables connected to the computer.

2. Simultaneously press the release buttons on either side of the chassis and slide the cover forward (assuming you are standing at the rear of the computer).

3. Remove the cover from the chassis.

Figure 4-11 Removing and Replacing the Cover

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Replacing the Cover

1. Align the cover with the chassis and slide the cover over the chassis.

2. Slide the cover toward the rear of the computer until the cover snaps into place.

3. Connect the power cord and all external cables to the computer and turn on the power.

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Removing the Rear Panel

1. Turn off power to the computer, then disconnect the power cord and all external cables connected to the computer.

2. Release the three tabs on the back panel from their latches on the chassis.

3. Carefully pull the back panel away from the chassis, making sure that the latches on the bottom of the panel are free from the corresponding tabs on the bottom of the chassis.

Figure 4-12 Removing and Replacing the Rear Panel

Replacing the Rear Panel

1. Angle the top edge of the back panel so that the three tabs at the top of the panel are aligned directly below the corresponding latches on the chassis.

2. Gently push the bottom of the panel in (toward the computer) until the three latches on the bottom of the panel are secured by the corresponding tabs on the bottom of the chassis.

3. Connect the power cord and all external cables to the computer and turn on the power.

Riser Card

This section covers the removal and replacement of the computer’s riser card.

Removing the Riser Card

To remove the computer’s riser card, perform the following procedure and see Figure

4-13.

1. Turn off power to the computer, then disconnect the power cord and all external cables connected to the computer.

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NOTE: When performing the following step, use a pair of needle-nosed pliers or another tool to secure the nuts while you remove the screws.

1. Remove the two screws that secure the riser card to the chassis’ crossbar.

CAUTION: Upon removal, the chassis’ crossbar can damage riser card components. While performing the next step, avoid contact between the crossbar and riser card components.

1. Carefully grasp the riser card and gently pull until it is free of its system board slot.

Figure 4-13 Removing and Replacing the Riser Card

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Replacing the Riser Card

1. Align the new riser card with the appropriate slot on the system board. Firmly, but carefully, press the card into the slot until the card snaps into place.

2. Secure the card to the chassis’ crossbar using two screws and two nuts.

3. Re-install any expansion card to the riser card. (Refer to section 4.1.4.)

4. Replace the computer’s cover. (Refer to section 4.2.2.)

5. Connect the power cord and all external cables to the computer and turn on the power.

Power Supply

This section covers the removal and replacement of the computer’s power supply.

Removing the Power Supply

14.

1. Turn off power to the computer, then disconnect the power cord and all external cables connected to the computer.

5. Remove the one screw that secures the support cross member to the chassis. Slide the cross member toward the rear of the computer until the cross member is free of its latches. Lift the cross member away from the chassis.

6. Remove the four screws that secure the power supply to the chassis.

7. Slide the power supply forward (toward the front of the computer) and lift it out of the chassis.

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Figure 4-14 Removing and Replacing the Power Supply

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Replacing the Power Supply

1. Set the power supply in place with the AC power cord connector at the bottom and the screw holes properly aligned with the corresponding holes on the chassis. Secure the power supply to the chassis using four screws.

3. Connect power cable P2 to the connector at J9J1 on the system board.

4. Connect power cable P12 to the connector at J9K2 (J9F1 6200D) on the system board.

5. Connect power cable P8 to the FDD.

6. Connect power cable P5 to the HDD.

7. Connect power cable P7 to the CD-ROM drive.

8. Replace the computer’s rear panel. (Refer to section 4.2.4.)

10. Connect the power cord and all external cables to the computer and turn on the power.

Hard Disk Drive (HDD)

This section covers the removal and replacement of the computer’s hard disk drive.

Removing the HDD

4-16.

1. Turn off power to the computer, then disconnect the power cord and all external cables connected to the computer.

2. Remove the computer’s cover. (Refer to section 4.2.1.)

3. Disconnect the power cable and the data cable from the HDD.

Figure 4-15 Disconnecting and Connecting HDD Cables

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NOTE: Because the HDD and the FDD are attached by a mounting bracket, you must remove the cables from the FDD in order to remove the bracket from the chassis.

1. Remove the power and data cable from the FDD. (Refer to section 4.7.1.)

NOTE: Because the HDD and the FDD are attached by a mounting bracket, you must remove this bracket in order to remove the HDD.

1. Remove the FDD/HDD mounting bracket. (Refer to section 4.7.1.)

2. Remove the four (two on each side) M3 screws that secure the HDD to the mounting bracket.

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Replacing the HDD

Figure 4-16 Removing and Replacing the HDD

1. Verify that the jumper settings on the new HDD are correct for this computer’s configuration. Refer to the HDD’s label or section 1.3.6. for the appropriate jumper settings.

2. Secure the HDD to the mounting bracket with four (two on each side) M3 screws.

3. Replace the FDD/HDD mounting bracket. (Refer to steps 2 through 5 in section

4.7.2.)

4. Replace the computer’s cover. (Refer to section 4.2.2.)

5. Connect the power cord and all external cables to the computer and turn on the power.

CD-ROM Drive

This section covers the removal and replacement of the computer’s CD-ROM drive.

Removing the CD-ROM Drive

To remove the computer’s CD-ROM drive, perform the following procedure and see Figures

4-17 and 4-18.

1. Turn off power to the computer, then disconnect the power cord and all external cables connected to the computer.

2. Remove the computer’s cover. (Refer to section 4.2.1.)

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3. Disconnect the power cable, the data cable, and the audio cable from the CD-ROM drive.

Figure 4-17 Disconnecting and Connecting CD-ROM Drive Cables

NOTE: Because the CD-ROM bracket and the FDD/HDD mounting bracket are side-by-side in the chassis, you must remove this mounting bracket before you can remove the CD-ROM drive.

1. Remove the FDD/HDD mounting bracket. (Refer to section 4.7.1.)

2. Remove the four (two on each side) screws that secure the CD-ROM drive to its bracket.

3. Carefully slide the CD-ROM drive out of its bracket.

Figure 4-18 Removing and Replacing the CD-ROM Drive

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Replacing the CD-ROM Drive

To replace the computer’s CD-ROM drive, perform the following procedure and see Figure

4-17 through 4-19.

1. Verify that the device configuration jumper is set in the slave position.

Figure 4-19 Device Configuration Jumper and Mode Select Jumper Settings

2. Verify that the mode select jumper is set to enable CD-ROM ejection.

3. Slide the CD-ROM drive into its bracket, so that the drive rests on the bracket’s support tabs and the screw holes on the drive line up with the holes in the bracket.

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4. Secure the CD-ROM drive to its bracket with four (two on each side) screws.

6. Replace the computer’s cover. (Refer to section 4.2.2.)

7. Connect the power cord and all external cables to the computer and turn on the power.

Floppy Disk Drive (FDD)

This section covers the removal and replacement of the computer’s floppy disk drive.

Removing the FDD

4-21.

1. Turn off power to the computer, then disconnect the power cord and all external cables connected to the computer.

2. Remove the computer’s cover. (Refer to section 4.2.1.)

Figure 4-20 Disconnecting and Connecting FDD Cables

NOTE: Because the FDD and the HDD are attached by a mounting bracket, you must remove the cables from the HDD in order to remove the FDD from the chassis.

1. Remove the power and the data cables from the HDD. (Refer to section 4.5.1.)

2. Remove the one screw that secures the FDD/HDD bracket to the chassis.

3. Gently push the FDD inward (toward the rear of the computer) through its face-plate slot until movement is stopped by the hook tabs. Angle the back of the mounting bracket and lift the bracket out of the chassis.

NOTE: If you are performing this procedure in order to remove the HDD, do not perform the remaining step.

1. Remove the four (two on each side) M3 screws that secure the FDD to the mounting bracket.

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Figure 4-21 Removing and Replacing the FDD and the FDD/HDD Bracket

Replacing the FDD

21.

NOTE: If you are performing this procedure in order to replace the HDD, skip step 1.

2. Angle the mounting bracket and slide the bracket forward (toward the front of the computer) until the hook tabs on the chassis are secure against the back edge of the tab grooves on the mounting bracket.

3. Secure the mounting bracket to the chassis with one 6-32 x 1/4 screw.

5. Connect power cable P5 and the appropriate data cable to the HDD.

6. Replace the computer’s cover. (Refer to section 4.2.2.)

7. Connect the power cord and all external cables to the computer and turn on the power.

System Board (5160D/5200D)

This section covers the removal and replacement of the 5160D/5200D system board.

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Removing the System Board (5160D/5200D)

To remove the 5160D/5200D system board, perform the following procedure and see Figure

4-22.

1. Turn off power to the computer, then disconnect the power cord and all external cables connected to the computer.

2. Remove the computer’s cover. (Refer to section 4.2.1.)

3. Remove the riser card. (Refer to section 4.3.1.) switch and LED cables, audio cables, and so on.

5. Remove the five screws that secure the system board to the chassis.

6. Gently lift the board until it is free of its two restraining pins. Carefully lift the system board out of the chassis.

Figure 4-22 Removing and Replacing the 5160D/5200D System Board

7. Remove the heat sink and microprocessor from the system board. (Refer to section

4.11.1.)

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Replacing the System Board (5160D/5200D)

To replace the 5160D/5200D system board, perform the following procedure and see Figures

4-22 and 4-23.

1. Align the system board in the chassis so that the appropriate holes on the board rest on top of the chassis’ screw holes and restraining pins. Firmly, but carefully, press down until the board snaps into place.

2. Secure the system board to the chassis with five screws.

3. Install the microprocessor and heat sink on the system board. (Refer to section

4.11.2.) for proper microprocessor jumper settings.

Table 4-2 5160D/5200D Microprocessor/Bus Speed Settings

Micro processor

Freq.

(MHz)

166

Host Bus

Freq.

(MHz)

66

200 66

J4L2-A J4L2-B J4L2-C PCI Freq.

(MHz)

Clock

Multiplier

DOWN DOWN

DOWN UP

DOWN

UP

UP

UP

DOWN

UP

DOWN DOWN

UP

UP

DOWN

UP

UP

UP

33

33

2.5

reserved reserved reserved reserved

3

ISA Freq.

(MHz)

8.33

8.33

5. Install memory modules on the system board. (Refer to section 4.13.2.)

6. Install the RTC battery on the system board. (Refer to section 4.14.2.)

7. Install the riser card. (Refer to section 4.3.2.)

8. Install expansion cards as necessary. (Refer to section 4.1.4.)

9. Connect device data cables:

Connect the HDD data cable to the connector at J6C1 on the system board.

Connect the CD-ROM data cable to the connector at J5C1 on the system board.

Connect the FDD data cable to the connector at J9K1 on the system board.

10. Connect power supply cables:

Connect power cable P12 to the connector at J9k2 on the system board.

Connect power cable P1 to the connector at J9H1 on the system board.

Connect power cable P2 to the connector at J9J1 on the system board.

11. Connect the CD-ROM audio cable to the connector at J6N2 on the system board.

NOTE: When connecting switch and LED cables, make sure the printed side of the connector faces the front of the computer.

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1. Connect switch and LED cables and the fan cable:

Connect the FAN cable to the pins labeled FAN (red cable to pin 2 and black cable to pin 3) on the system board.

Connect the RESET switch cable to the pins labeled RST (black cable to pin 4 and red cable to pin 5) on the system board.

Connect the POWER LED cable to the pins labeled PWRLED (green cable to pin

7 and black cable to pin 9) on the system board.

Connect the H.D.D. LED cable to the pins labeled HD LED (blue cable to pin 11 and black cable to pin 12) on the system board.

Connect the POWER SW cable to the pins labeled PS-ON (yellow cable to pin 15 and black cable to pin 16) on the system board.

Connect the SLEEP SW cable to the pins labeled SLP (white cable to pin 17 and black cable to pin 18) on the system board.

Figure 4-23 5160D/5200D Switch and LED Cable Connections

2. Replace the computer’s cover. (Refer to section 4.2.2.)

3. Connect the power cord and all external cables to the computer and turn on the power.

System Board (6200D)

This section covers the removal and replacement of the 6200D system board.

Removing the System Board (6200D)

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1. Turn off power to the computer, then disconnect the power cord and all external cables connected to the computer.

2. Remove the computer’s cover. (Refer to section 4.2.1.)

3. Remove the riser card. (Refer to section 4.3.1.) switch and LED cables, audio cables, and so on.

5. Remove the five screws that secure the system board to the chassis.

6. Gently lift the board until it is free of its two restraining pins. Carefully lift the system board out of the chassis.

Figure 4-24 Removing and Replacing the 6200D System Board

7. Remove the heat sink and microprocessor from the system board. (Refer to section

4.12.1.)

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Replacing the System Board (6200D)

and 4-25

1. Align the system board in the chassis so that the appropriate holes on the board rest on top of the chassis’ screw holes and restraining pins. Firmly, but carefully, press down until the board snaps into place.

2. Secure the system board to the chassis with five screws.

3. Install the microprocessor and heat sink on the system board. (Refer to section

4.12.2.) for proper microprocessor jumper settings.

Table 4-3 6200D Microprocessor/Bus Speed Settings

Micro processor

Freq.

(MHz)

200

Host Bus

Freq.

(MHz)

66

J4L2-A J4L2-B J4L2-C PCI Freq.

(MHz)

Clock

Multiplier

UP UP UP 33 3

ISA Freq.

(MHz)

8.33

5. Install memory modules on the system board. (Refer to section 4.13.2.)

6. Install the RTC battery on the system board. (Refer to section 4.14.2.)

7. Install the riser card. (Refer to section 4.3.2.)

8. Install expansion cards as necessary. (Refer to section 4.1.4.)

9. Connect device data cables:

Connect the HDD data cable to the connector at J8H1 on the system board.

Connect the CD-ROM data cable to the connector at J9H2 on the system board.

Connect the FDD data cable to the connector at J8L1 on the system board.

10. Connect power supply power cables:

Connect power cable P12 to the connector at J9J1 on the system board.

Connect power cable P1 to the connector at J9H1 on the system board.

Connect power cable P2 to the connector at J9F1 on the system board.

11. Connect the CD-ROM audio cable to the connector J9N1 on the system board.

12. Connect the auxiliary FAN cable to the connector at J4A1.

NOTE: When connecting switch and LED cables, make sure the printed side of the connector faces the front of the computer.

1. Connect switch and LED cables:

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Connect the POWER SW cable to the pins labeled SW_ON (yellow cable to pin 1 and black cable to pin 2) on the system board.

Connect the SLEEP SW cable to the pins labeled SLP (black cable to pin 3 and white cable to pin 4) on the system board.

Connect the H.D.D. LED cable to the pins labeled HDLED (black cable to pin 15 and blue cable to pin 16) on the system board.

Connect the POWER LED cable to the pins labeled PWRLED (black cable to pin

18 and green cable to pin 20) on the system board.

Connect the RESET SW cable to the pins labeled RESET (black cable to pin 22 and red cable to pin 23) on the system board.

Figure 4-25 6200D Switch and LED Cable Connections

2. Replace the computer’s cover. (Refer to section 4.2.2.)

3. Connect the power cord and all external cables to the computer and turn on the power.

I/O Spring (6200D)

This section covers the removal and replacement of the computer’s I/O spring.

Removing the I/O Spring

To remove the I/O spring, perform the following procedure and see Figure 4-26.

1. Turn off power to the computer, then disconnect the power cord and all external cables connected to the computer.

2. Remove the computer’s cover. (Refer to section 4.2.1.)

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3. Remove the system board. (Refer to section 4.9.1.)

4. Pull the I/O spring away from the system board.

Figure 4-26 Removing and Replacing the I/O Spring

Replacing the I/O Spring

To replace the I/O spring, perform the following procedure and see Figure 4-26.

1. Align the I/O spring cutouts with the appropriate system board ports.

2. Press the I/O spring into place.

3. Replace the system board. (Refer to section 4.9.2.)

4. Replace the computer’s cover. (Refer to section 4.2.2.)

5. Connect the power cord and all external cables to the computer and turn on the power.

Microprocessor (5160D/5200D)

This section covers the removal and replacement of the computer’s microprocessor.

Removing the Microprocessor (5160D/5200D)

To remove the microprocessor, perform the following procedure and see Figure 4-27.

1. Turn off power to the computer, then disconnect the power cord and all external cables connected to the computer.

2. Remove the computer’s cover. (Refer to section 4.2.1.)

3. Remove the system board. (Refer to section 4.8.1.)

CAUTION: If the system has been running, the heat sink, microprocessor, and regulator may be hot. Allow a few minutes for cooling. Consider wearing protective gloves.

CAUTION: While performing the next step, be careful not to break the plastic retaining tabs that secure the clamp to the heat sink.

4. Insert the head of a small, flat-bladed screwdriver into the space between the bottom of the clamp (side closest to the edge of the system board) and the socket. Press down on the top of the clamp. Carefully pull the clamp away from the tab.

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5. Ease the clamp up and away from the heat sink and the microprocessor.

Figure 4-27 Removing the 5160D/5200D Spring Clamp, Heat Sink, and Microprocessor

CAUTION: Do not touch or bend the microprocessor’s pins.

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6. Remove the heat sink.

7. Push the lever on the microprocessor socket down and out (away from the socket) from the socket.

8. Place the microprocessor in conductive foam and store it in an anti-static package.

Replacing the Microprocessor (5160D/5200D)

To replace the microprocessor, perform the following procedure and see Figure 4-27.

1. Make sure that the jumper settings on the system board are correct for the microprocessor you are installing. Refer to Appendix B for the correct jumper settings.

2. Align pin 1 on the microprocessor with side A of the socket at U3C1 on the system board. This socket is keyed, meaning that the microprocessor can only be connected one way.

CAUTION: While performing the next step, if the microprocessor causes excessive resistance, verify that it is properly aligned with the socket and try again. Forcing the lever down could cause damage to the microprocessor or to the system board.

3. With the microprocessor securely in place, carefully push the lever on the socket down until the lever snaps into place.

inserting the slot on the left side of the clamp under the tab on the left side of the socket. Press down on the clamp until the slot on the right side of the clamp locks under the tab on the right side of the socket.

5. Replace the system board. (Refer to section 4.8.2.)

6. Replace the computer’s cover. (Refer to section 4.2.2.)

7. Connect the power cord and all external cables to the computer and turn on the power.

Microprocessor (6200D)

This section covers the removal and replacement of the computer’s microprocessor.

Removing the Microprocessor (6200D)

To remove the microprocessor, perform the following procedure and see Figure 4-28.

1. Turn off power to the computer, then disconnect the power cord and all external cables connected to the computer.

2. Remove the computer’s cover. (Refer to section 4.2.1.)

3. Remove the system board. (Refer to section 4.9.1.)

CAUTION: If the system has been running, the heat sink, microprocessor, and regulator may be hot. Allow a few minutes for cooling. Consider wearing protective gloves.

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CAUTION: While performing the next step, be careful not to break the plastic retaining tab that secures the clamp to the heat sink.

4. Insert the head of a small, flat-bladed screwdriver into the space between the bottom of the clamp and the socket (side facing the rear of the computer). Press down on the top of the clamp. Carefully pull the clamp away from the tab.

5. Ease the clamp up and away from the heat sink and the microprocessor.

Figure 4-28 Removing the 6200D Spring Clamp, Heat Sink, and Microprocessor

CAUTION: Do not touch or bend the microprocessor’s pins.

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6. Remove the heat sink.

7. Push the lever on the microprocessor socket down and out (away from the socket) from the socket.

8. Place the microprocessor in conductive foam and store it in an anti-static package.

Replacing the Microprocessor (6200D)

To replace the microprocessor, perform the following procedure and see Figure 4-28.

1. Make sure that the jumper settings on the system board are correct for the microprocessor you are installing. Refer to Appendix B for the correct jumper settings.

2. Align pin 1 on the microprocessor with side A of the socket at U3C1 on the system board. This socket is keyed, meaning that the microprocessor can only be connected one way.

CAUTION: While performing the next step, if the microprocessor causes excessive resistance, verify that it is properly aligned with the socket and try again. Forcing the lever down could cause damage to the microprocessor or to the system board.

3. With the microprocessor securely in place, carefully push the lever on the socket down until the lever snaps into place.

inserting the slot on the clamp under the middle tab on the socket (side facing the front of the computer). Press down on the clamp until the slot on the right side of the clamp locks under the tab on the right side of the socket.

5. Replace the system board. (Refer to section 4.9.2.)

6. Replace the computer’s cover. (Refer to section 4.2.2.)

7. Connect the power cord and all external cables to the computer and turn on the power.

Memory Modules (RAM)

This section covers the removal and replacement of memory modules.

Removing Memory Modules (RAM)

1. Turn off power to the computer, then disconnect the power cord and all external cables connected to the computer.

NOTE: If an expansion card is installed on the left side of the riser card, you may be required to remove it before you can remove memory modules.

1. Remove expansion cards as necessary. (Refer to section 4.1.4.)

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forward.

3. Holding the module only by the edges, lift the module away from the socket and store it in an anti-static package.

4. Repeat steps 4 and 5 for each module to be removed.

Figure 4-29 Removing and Replacing Memory Modules

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Replacing Memory Modules (RAM)

Before replacing memory modules, be aware of the following points:

When you install modules, you must completely fill at least one bank; that is, you must completely fill both sockets of the bank.

The computer automatically detects the installed memory, so it does not matter which bank is used, as long as both sockets are filled.

Both modules in one bank must be the same size. For instance, you cannot install an 8 MB module in one socket of bank 0 and a 16 MB module in the other socket of bank 0. However, you could use different size modules in different banks.

To replace memory modules, perform the following procedure and see Figure 4-29.

1. Position the module at a 45° angle relative to the system board. Make sure the small notch in the middle of the bottom edge of the module aligns with the notch in the module socket.

2. Insert the bottom edge of the module into the socket, making sure the module is seated firmly.

3. Hold the module at each end and gently push the top edge forward until the module snaps into place.

4. Perform steps 1 through 3 for each remaining module.

5. Replace the computer’s cover. (Refer to section 4.2.2.)

6. Connect the power cord and all external cables to the computer and turn on the power.

Real-Time Clock (RTC) Battery

This section covers the removal and replacement of the RTC battery.

Removing the RTC Battery

To remove the RTC battery, perform the following procedure and see Figure 4-30.

1. Turn off power to the computer, then disconnect the power cord and all external cables connected to the computer.

2. Remove the computer’s cover. (Refer to section 4.2.1.)

3. Remove the FDD/HDD mounting bracket. (Refer to section 4.7.1.)

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Figure 4-30 Removing and Replacing the Battery

Replacing the RTC Battery

To install an RTC battery, perform the following procedure and see Figure 4-30.

1. Align the battery with its socket on the system board, ensuring that the positive side of the battery is up. Gently press down on the battery until it snaps into place.

2. Replace the FDD/HDD mounting bracket. (Refer to section 4.7.2.)

3. Replace the computer’s cover. (Refer to section 4.2.2.)

4. Connect the power cord and all external cables to the computer and turn on the power.

Fan

This section covers the removal and replacement of the fan.

Removing the Fan

To remove the fan, perform the following procedure and see Figure 4-31.

1. Turn off power to the computer, then disconnect the power cord and all external cables connected to the computer.

2. Remove the computer’s cover. (Refer to section 4.2.1.)

3. Remove the system board. (Refer to section 4.8.1. or 4.9.1. as appropriate).

4. Insert a thin, long screwdriver shaft through the outside holes in the fan’s casing. Align the head of the screwdriver with the center of the retaining pin. Use the screwdriver to push the pin forward until it pops free of the casing and the chassis. Repeat for each pin.

5. Pull the fan away from the chassis.

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Figure 4-31 Removing and Replacing the Fan

Replacing the Fan

To replace the fan, perform the following procedure and see Figure 4-31.

1. Align the pin holes in the fan’s casing with the pin holes in the rear of the chassis.

2. Insert the four retaining pins into the corresponding holes (through the rear of the chassis).

3. Push the pins in, locking the fan to the chassis.

4. Replace the computer’s cover. (Refer to section 4.2.2.)

5. Connect the power cord and all external cables to the computer and turn on the power.

Keyboard

This section covers the removal and replacement of the keyboard.

Removing the Keyboard

To remove the keyboard, turn off power to the computer and disconnect the keyboard cable connector from the keyboard port in the rear of the computer. See Figure 4-32.

Figure 4-32 Removing and Replacing the Keyboard

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Replacing the Keyboard

To replace the keyboard, align the keyboard cable connector with the keyboard port in the rear of the computer. (Refer to section 4.1.6.) Adjust the connector so that the pins on the connector align with the holes in the port. Push the connector into the port. Restore power to the computer.

Mouse

This section covers the removal and replacement of the mouse.

Removing the Mouse

To remove the mouse, turn off power to the computer and disconnect the mouse cable connector from the mouse port in the rear of the computer. See Figure 4-33.

Figure 4-33 Removing and Replacing the Mouse

Replacing the Mouse

To replace the mouse, align the mouse cable connector with the mouse port in the rear of the computer. (Refer to section 4.1.6.) Adjust the connector so that the pins on the connector align with the holes in the port. Push the connector into the port. Restore power to the computer.

Monitor

This section covers the removal and replacement of the monitor.

Removing the Monitor

To remove the monitor, turn off power to the computer and disconnect the monitor cable connector from the video port in the rear of the computer. Disconnect the optional speaker cable from the line out jack in the rear of the computer. Disconnect the optional microphone cable from the microphone jack in the rear of the computer. See Figures 4-34 and 4-35.

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Figure 4-34 Removing and Replacing the Monitor

Figure 4-35 Disconnecting and Connecting Audio Cables from the Monitor

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Replacing the Monitor

To replace the monitor, align the monitor cable connector with the video port in the rear of the computer. Adjust the connector so that the pins on the connector align with the holes in the port. Push the connector into the port. Tighten the connector screws until you feel tension. Plug the optional speaker cable into the line out jack in the rear of the computer.

Connect the optional microphone cable into the microphone jack in the rear of the computer..

(Refer to section 4.1.6.) Restore power to the computer.

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Appendix A

Models 5160D and 5200D

Pinout Assignments

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System Board Overview

the location and functions of the system board connectors and headers.

Figure A-20 System Board Connector Locations

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Front Panel Connectors

The system board provides header connectors to support functions typically located on the chassis bezel. Figure A-21 shows the front panel connector header. Front panel features supported include:

CPU fan (FAN)

System Reset (RST)

Power LED (PWRLED)

Hard drive activity LED (HDDLED)

Power supply ON (PS-ON)

Sleep/Resume (SLP)

Infrared (IrDA) port (IR)

System Speaker (SPKR)

Figure A-21 Front Panel I/O Connectors

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12

13

14

15

6

7

8

9

2

3

4

5

Pin

1

10

11

Table A-24 lists the pinouts and signals for the front panel I/O connector.

Table A-24 Front Panel I/O Connector (J2A1)

Signal Name

FANNEG

FANPOS

FANNEG

Ground

SW_RST

No connection

PWR_PU

PWR_PU

PWR_LED_DRV

21

22

23

24

Pin

16

17

18

19

20

Signal Name

Ground

SLEEP

SLEEPPU

No connection

VCC

No connection

IRRIN

Ground

IRTX

PWR_LED_DRV

HDD_PU

HDA#

PWR_LED_DRV

PWR_PU

SW_ON

25

26

27

28

29

CONIR

SPKR+

SPKRHDR

No connection

Ground

CPU Fan (FAN)

The 3-pin fan header of the front panel connector provides a basic 3-wire connection to a

CPU fan. The center pin of the header supplies +12 VDC and the outer pins are at ground.

System Reset (RST)

This 2-pin header can be connected to a momentary SPST type switch that is normally open.

When the switch is closed, the system will hard reset and run POST.

Power LED (PWRLED)

This 4-pin header drives an LED to indicate when power is applied to the system board.

Hard Drive Activity LED (HDDLED)

This 4-pin header drives an LED to indicate when hard drive activity is taking place.

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Power Supply ON (PS-ON)

This 2-pin header connects to a front panel power switch. When the switch is closed, the power supply turns ON. If a mechanical switch is connected to this header, it must apply a momentary ground to the SW_ON header pin in order to signal the supply to turn ON or

OFF. Because of the system board’s internal debounce circuitry, the ground must be applied for at least 50ms. At least 2 seconds must pass before the power supply will recognize another ON/OFF signal (to prevent “double clicking”).

Sleep/Resume (SLP)

When Advanced Power Management (APM) is activated in the system BIOS and the

Operating System’s APM driver is loaded, Sleep mode (Stand-By) can be entered in one of three ways: an optional front panel “Sleep/Resume” button, a user defined keyboard hot key, or prolonged system inactivity. The Sleep/Resume button is supported by a 2-pin header located on the front panel I/O connector. Closing the “Sleep” switch will generate an SMI

(System Management Interrupt) to the processor which immediately goes into System

Management Mode (SMM), the so called “Sleep” mode.

The front panel “Sleep mode” switch must be a momentary two pin SPST type that is normally open. The function of the Sleep/Resume button can also be achieved via a keyboard hot-key sequence, or by a time-out of the system inactivity timer. Both the keyboard hot-key and the inactivity timer are programmable in the BIOS setup (timer is set to 10 minutes by default). To re-activate the system, or “Resume”, the user must simply press the sleep/resume button again, or use the keyboard or mouse. Mouse activity will only “wake up” the system if a mouse driver is loaded. While the system is in Stand-By or “sleep” mode it is fully capable of responding to and servicing external interrupts (such as in-coming FAX) even though the monitor will only turn on if a user interrupt (keyboard/mouse) occurs as mentioned above

Infrared (IrDA) Connector (IR)

Serial port 2 can be configured to support an IrDA module via a 6-pin header connector .

Once configured for IrDA, the user can transfer files to or from portable devices such as laptops, PDA’s and printers using application software such as LapLink. The IrDA specification provides for data transfers at 115 Kbps from a distance of 1 meter.

Speaker (SPKR)

The CU430HX system board has an onboard speaker to provide basic level beep code information. The front panel speaker connection allows an external (chassis mounted) speaker to be connected. The external or the onboard speaker provides error beep code information during the Power-On Self Test, if the system cannot use the video interface. When an external (chassis mounted) speaker is connected to the 2-pin header on the front panel connector, the onboard speaker is disabled.

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Other Front Panel Connectors

In addition to the front panel I/O connector, there are three other headers included in the front panel group. Two headers (front panel header #2 and pwr/HDD LED header) provide duplicate signals to those available on the front panel I/O connector. The following tables list the pinouts and signals on the remaining front panel connectors.

Table A-25 Power/HDD LED Header (J3A2)

2

3

4

Pin

1

Signal Name

HDD_PU

HDA#

PWR_LED_DRV

PWR_PU

Table A-26 Front Panel Header #2 (J2A2)

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

Pin

1

2

Signal Name

HDD_PU

HDA#

Ground

SW_RST

VCC

IRRIN

Ground

IRTX

No connection

2

3

Pin

1

Table A-27 Keylock Header (J4A3)

Signal Name

Ground

KBLOCK#

Ground

Memory/Expansion Connectors

The CU430HX system board provides six 72-pin SIMM sockets for main memory. These sockets accept standard SIMM 72-pin modules.

The CU430HX system board uses a PCI/ISA riser connector (J6J2) to provide for expansion

PCI or ISA boards. The associated riser board can support either two or three PCI slots. A pair of jumpers on the CU430HX system board must be set to define the number of PCI slots pinout listing for the PCI/ISA riser connector.

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A17

A18

A19

A20

A13

A14

A15

A16

A21

A22

A23

A24

A25

A9

A10

A11

A12

A5

A6

A7

A8

Pin

A1

A2

A3

A4

A30

A31

C1

C2

A26

A27

A28

A29

C3

C4

C5

C6

Table A-28 PCI/ISA Riser Connector (J6J2) (1/2)

SA5

SA4

SA3

SA2

SA1

SA0

SBHE#

LA23

LA22

LA21

LA20

LA19

SA18

SA17

SA16

SA15

SA14

SA13

SA12

SA11

SA10

SA9

SA8

SA7

SA6

Signal Name Pin

IOCHK# B1

SD7

SD6

SD5

B2

B3

B4

SD4

SD3

SD2

SD1

SD0

IOCHRDY

AEN

SA19

B9

B10

B11

B12

B5

B6

B7

B8

B17

B18

B19

B20

B13

B14

B15

B16

B21

B22

B23

B24

B25

B30

B31

D1

D2

B26

B27

B28

B29

D3

D4

D5

D6

DACK2#

TC

BALE

Vcc

OSC

GND

MEMCS16#

IOCS16#

IRQ10

IRQ11

IRQ12

IRQ15

IRQ7

IRQ6

IRQ5

IRQ4

IRQ3

IOW#

IOR#

DACK3#

DRQ3

DACK1#

DRQ1

REFRESH#

SYSCLK

Signal Name Pin

GND E1

RSTDRV

Vcc

IRQ9

E2

E3

E4

-5 V

DRQ2

-12 V

0WS#

+12 V

GND

SMEMW#

SMEMR#

E9

E10

E11

E12

E5

E6

E7

E8

E17

E18

E19

E20

E13

E14

E15

E16

E21

E22

E23

E24

E25

E30

E31

G1

G2

E26

E27

E28

E29

G3

G4

G5

G6

3.3 V

AD16

FRAME#

CBE2#

TRDY#

STOP#

SDONE

SBO#

CBE1#

PAR

GND

Key

GND

AD30

3.3 V

Key

3.3 V

AD28

AD26

AD24

AD22

AD20

AD18

3.3 V

Key

Signal Name Pin

GND F1

GND

PCIINT1#

PCIIINT2#

F2

F3

F4

Vcc

Key

Vcc

PCIRST#

GNT0#

REQ0#

GND

PCKLE

F9

F10

F11

F12

F5

F6

F7

F8

F17

F18

F19

F20

F13

F14

F15

F16

F21

F22

F23

F24

F25

F30

F31

H1

H2

F26

F27

F28

F29

H3

H4

H5

H6

AD31

AD29

3.3 V

Key

3.3 V

AD27

AD25

CBE3#

AD23

AD21

AD19

3.3 V

Key

Signal Name

GND

GND

PCIINT3#

PCIINT4#

Vcc

Key

Vcc

PCKLF

GND

GNT1#

GND

REQ1#

3.3 V

AD17

IRDY#

DEVSEL#

PLOCK#

PERR#

SERR#

AD15

AD14

AD12

GND

Key

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C16

C17

C18

C11

C12

C13

C14

Pin

C7

C8

C9

C10

Table A-5 PCI/ISA Riser Connector (J6J2) (2/2)

Signal Name Pin

LA18 D7

LA17

MEMR#

MEMW#

D8

D9

D10

SD8

SD9

SD10

SD11

SD12

SD13

SD14

SD15

D15

D16

D17

D18

D11

D12

D13

D14

Signal Name Pin

IRQ14 G7

DACK0#

DRQ0

DACK5#

G8

G9

G10

DRQ5

DACK6#

DRQ6

DACK7#

DRQ7

Vcc

MASTER#

GND

G11

G12

G13

G14

G15

G16

G17

G18

G19

Signal Name Pin

GND H7

AD13

AD11

AD9

H8

H9

H10

CBE0#

AD6

AD4

AD2

Key

Vcc

GNT2

(GND |

REQ2) *

GND

H15

H16

H17

H18

H11

H12

H13

H14

H19

* These signals are (2 slot | 3 slot) jumpered signal names.

Signal Name

GND

AD10

AD8

AD7

AD5

AD3

AD1

AD0

Key

Vcc

Vcc

(GND |

PCCLK2) *

GND

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Audio Connectors

The pinouts and signal listings for the audio headers/connectors are provided in the following tables.

2

3

4

Pin

1

Table A-29 CD-Audio Header (J6N2)

Signal Name

Ground

CD-Left

Ground

CD-Right

6

7

8

4

5

2

3

Pin

1

Table A-30 Wavetable Header (J9N1)

Signal Name

Wave Right

Ground

Wave Left

Ground

Key

Ground

NC

MIDI_Out

Pin

1

2

3

4

Table A-31 Telephony Header (J9M1)

Signal Name

Ground

Mono Out

Mic In

Key

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19

21

23

9

11

13

15

25

27

29

31

33

3

5

7

Pin

1

Table A-32 MIDI/Audio Upgrade Header (J9L1)

Signal Name

+5 V

Joystick Button0

Joystick X1

Ground

Ground

Joystick Y1

Joystick Button1

+5 V

Key

Line Out Right

Right Speaker

Left Speaker

Line Out Left

Line In Right

Line In Left

Mic In

Ground

18

20

22

24

10

12

14

16

26

28

30

32

34

4

6

8

Pin

2

Signal Name

+5 V

Joystick Button2

Joystick X2

MIDI Out

Joystick Y2

Joystick Button3

MIDI In

Key

Key

Ground

Ground

Key

Ground

-12 V

Ground

+12 V

Ground

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Power Connectors

The CU430HX system board must be used with a power supply that supports remote power on/off, so the system board can turn off the system power under software control. The

Powerman utility supplied for Windows 3.1x allows for soft-off as does the shutdown icon in

Windows 95 Start menu. The system BIOS turns the system power off when it receives the proper APM command from the OS. For example, Windows 95 issues this APM command after the user selects “Shutdown the computer” option. APM must be enabled in the system

BIOS and OS in order for the soft-off feature to work correctly. The user has the ability to determine the state of the power supply, so if the system was turned on when power was disconnected, the system turns back on when power is reapplied or it remains off, depending on the user setup configuration in CMOS.

Table A-33 provides the pinout listing for the primary power supply connector of the

CU430HX system board.

Table A-33 Primary Power Supply Connector (J9H1)

8

9

10

11

12

2

3

Pin

1

4, key

5

6

7, key

Signal Name/Function

PWRGD (Power good)

+5 V (VCC)

+12 V

-12 V

Ground

Ground

Ground

Ground

-5 V

+5 V (VCC)

+5 V (VCC)

+5 V (VCC)

Table A-34 provides the pinout listing for the external 3.3 volt power supply connector of the

CU430HX system board.

Table A-34 External 3.3 V Power Supply Connector (J9J1)

5

6

Pin

1

2, key

3

4

Name

Ground

Ground

Ground

+3.3 V

+3.3 V

+3.3 V

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The pinout listing for the soft-OFF power supply connector of the CU430HX system board is shown in Table A-35. This 3-pin keyed position supports a software-controlled power supply shutoff (Soft-OFF). When connected to this position, the power supply follows remote

ON/OFF commands.

Table A-35 Soft-Off Power Supply Connector (J9K2)

2

3

Pin

1

Signal Name/Function

+5 VSB (+5 Volts Standby)

PS_ON (Remote On/Off)

PS_COM (Supply presence)

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19

21

23

9

11

13

15

25

27

29

31

33

3

5

7

Pin

1

Floppy/IDE Connectors

Table A-36 lists the pinout and signal names for the floppy drive connector.

Table A-36 Floppy Drive Connector (J9K1)

Signal Name

Ground

Ground

Key

Ground

Ground

Ground

Ground

Ground

MSEN1

Ground

Ground

Ground

Ground

MSEN0

Ground

Ground

Ground

18

20

22

24

10

12

14

16

26

28

30

32

34

4

6

8

Pin

2

Signal Name

DENSEL

Reserved

FDEDIN

Index#

Motor Enable A#

Drive Select B#

Drive Select A#

Motor Enable B#

DIR#

STEP#

Write Data#

Write Gate#

Track 00#

Write Protect#

Read Data#

Side 1 Select#

Diskette Change#

Table A-37 lists the pinout and signal names for the IDE connectors.

3

5

7

Pin

1

9

11

13

15

17

19

21

23

25

Table A-37 IDE Connectors (J5C1, J6C1) (1/2)

Signal Name

Reset IDE

Host Data 7

Host Data 6

Host Data 5

Host Data 4

Host Data 3

Host Data 2

Host Data 1

Host Data 0

Ground

DDRQ0 (DDRQ1)

I/O Write#

I/O Read#

4

6

8

Pin

2

10

12

14

16

18

20

22

24

26

Signal Name

Ground

Host Data 8

Host Data 9

Host Data 10

Host Data 11

Host Data 12

Host Data 13

Host Data 14

Host Data 15

Key

Ground

Ground

Ground

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Pin

27

29

31

33

35

37

39

Table A-14 IDE Connectors (J5C1, J6C1) (2/2)

Signal Name

IOCHRDY

Pin

28

DDACK0 (DDACK1)# 30

IRQ14 (IRQ15)

DAG1

32

34

DAG0 36

Chip Select 1P (1S)# 38

Activity# 40

Signal Name

Vcc pull-down

Ground

Reserved

Reserved

DAG2

Chip Select 3P (3S)#

Ground

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Hardware Monitoring Connectors

functions performed by the hardware monitoring ASIC component on the CU430HX system board. The following tables list the pinouts and signals of the hardware monitoring connectors.

The security connector can be connected to a chassis-mounted micro-switch that closes if the chassis cover is removed. This switch can be used in addition to the onboard photo-transistor to keep track of each time the system chassis is opened.

Pin

1

2

Table A-38 Security Connector (J1K1)

Signal Name/Function

Ground

BATPWRSLP (Battery voltage)

2

3

Pin

1

4

Table A-39 Vcc Regulator Header (J5B1)

Signal Name/Function

VCC3 (Output of U3A1 regulator)

VCC3 (Output of U3A1 regulator)

VCC3 (Output of U3A1 regulator)

VCC2

5 VCC2

6 VCC2 a fan sense (tachometer) line so the hardware monitoring ASIC can monitor the fan speed.

This connector is keyed to prevent potential fan damage.

Pin

1

2

3

Table A-40 CPU Fan Connector (J4A4)

Signal Name/Function

Ground

FANPOS (+12VDC)

FAN1_SENSE (Tachometer signal)

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Video Connectors

17

19

21

23

9

11

13

15

3

5

7

Pin

1

25

27

29

31

33 memory upgrade headers. A video memory daughtercard can be added using the video memory upgrade headers. The total installed onboard video memory can be 1MB or 2MB.

With an installed video memory daughtercard, the total video memory can be either 2MB or

4MB.

Table A-41 provides the pinout and signal listing for the LBP VESA feature connector.

Table A-41 LBP VESA Feature Connector (J1H1)

Signal Name / Function

Ground

Ground

Ground

Enable External Pixel Data

Enable External Sync

Enable External Pixel Clock

N/C, not used

Ground

Ground

Ground

Ground

N/C, not used

Key (no pin)

Key (no pin)

IICCLK

IICDAT

EN1

18

20

22

24

10

12

14

16

4

6

8

Pin

2

26

28

30

32

34

Signal Name / Function

Pixel Data 0

Pixel Data 1

Pixel Data 2

Pixel Data 3

Pixel Data 4

Pixel Data 5

Pixel Data 6

Pixel Data 7

PCLK, Pixel Clock

BLANKING

HSYNC, Horizontal Sync

VSYNC, Vertical Sync

Ground

Key (no pin)

Ground

N/C

EN2

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Table A-42 and Table A-43 provide the pinout and signal listings for the video memory upgrade headers.

Pin

13

14

15

16

9

10

11

12

17

18

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

Table A-42 Video Memory Upgrade Header #1 (J4L2)

Signal Name / Function Pin

VMD12

VMD13

VMD14

Ground

VMD15

VMD7

VMD6

VMD5

VMD4

VMD3

MCLK

Ground

VCC3

VWEVTR#

VMD8

VMD9

VMD10

VMD11

31

32

33

34

27

28

29

30

35

36

23

24

25

26

19

20

21

22

Signal Name / Function Pin Signal Name / Function

VMD2

VMD1

VMD0

Ground

VCC3

VCAS0R#

VCAS1R#

VCAS2R#

VCAS3R#

Vacant, Key

VCAS4R#

VCAS5R#

VCAS6R#

Ground

VCAS7R#

VWE_CAS0R#

VWE_CAS1R#

VMD40

37

38

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

51

52

53

54

VMD41

VMD42

VMD43

VMD44

VMD45

Ground

VMD46

VMD47

VMD39

VMD38

VMD37

VMD36

VMD35

VMD34

VMD33

Ground

VCC3

VMD32

Pin

13

14

15

16

9

10

11

12

17

18

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

Table A-43 Video Memory Upgrade Header #2 (J1L1)

Signal Name / Function Pin

VMD22

VMD23

Ground

VMD24

VMD25

VMD26

VMD27

VMD28

VMD29

VMD30

Ground

VMD16

VMD17

VCC3

VMD18

VMD19

VMD20

VMD21

31

32

33

34

27

28

29

30

35

36

23

24

25

26

19

20

21

22

Signal Name / Function Pin Signal Name / Function

VMD31

VRAS0R#

Ground

VRAS1R#

VMAR0

VMAR1

VMAR2

VMAR3

VMAR4

Vacant, Key

VMAR5

VCC3

Ground

VMAR6

VMAR7

VMAR8

VMAR9

VMD48

37

38

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

51

52

53

54

VMD49

VMD50

VMD51

VMD52

Ground

VMD53

VMD54

VMD55

VMD56

VMD57

VMD58

VMD59

VMD60

VMD61

DSF

VMD62

VMD63

VCC3

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USB/Serial Connectors

The USB connection to the serial ports must be made using the COM1/COM2 headers (J4L1,

J4M1) on the system board. Table A-44 lists the signals and pinout for the COM1/COM2 headers, and Table A-45 lists the signals and pinout for the side-by-side USB connector.

Table A-44 Serial Port Headers (J4L1, J4M1)

3

4

5

6

Pin

1

2

7

8

9

10

Signal Name

DCD

DSR

SIN#

RTS

SOUT#

CTS

DTR

RI

GND

Key

Description

Carrier Detect

Data Set Ready

Serial Data In

Request To Send

Serial Data Out

Clear To Send

Data Terminal Ready

Ring Indicator

Chassis Ground

Vacant

Table A-45 USB Port Connector (J4N1) Pinout

4

5

6

7

8

2

3

Pin

1

Signal Name

Power

USBP0#

USBP0

Ground

Power

USBP1#

USBP1

Ground

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Back Panel Connectors

The back panel provides external access to two PS/2 style keyboard and mouse connectors, one parallel port, the microphone input and audio output connectors, an RS45 LAN connector, and a VGA video connector which are integrated on the system board. In addition, an RS232 serial connector or a side-by-side pair of USB connectors are also integrated on the system board. Figure A-5 shows the general location of the I/O connectors.

Figure A-22 I/O Connections

VGA Video Connector

Table A-46 lists the pinout and signal names for the VGA video connector.

4

5

6

7

8

2

3

Pin

1

Table A-46 VGA Video Connector (J1N1)

Signal Name / Function

Red Video

Green Video

Blue Video

Monitor ID Bit 2 (not used)

Chassis Ground

Red Return (Ground)

Green Return (Ground)

Blue Return (Ground)

Pin

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

Shield

Signal Name / Function

Key (no pin)

Sync Return (Ground)

Monitor ID Bit 0 (not used)

Monitor ID Bit 1 (not used)

Horizontal Sync

Vertical Sync

Not used

Chassis Ground

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LAN Connector

Table A-47 lists the pinout and signal names for the RJ45 LAN connector.

6

7

8

2

3

4

5

Pin

1

Table A-47 LAN Connector (J2N1)

Signal Name

RJ45_TOP

RJ45_TXM

RJ45_RXP

BS_TERM

BS_TERM

RJ45_RXM

BS_TERM

BS_TERM

USB Back Panel Connectors

Table A-48 lists the pinout and signal names for the USB back panel connectors.

2

3

4

Pin

1

Table A-48 USB Connector Pinout

Signal Name

Power

USBP0# [USBP1#]

USBP0 [USBP1]

Ground

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Keyboard and Mouse Ports

Table A-49 lists the pinout and signal names for the PS/2 keyboard and mouse connectors.

Although they are labeled as “Keyboard” and “Mouse” on the system board and the back panel, the connectors can be used interchangeably for either keyboard or mouse.

Table A-49 PS/2 Keyboard/Mouse Connector Pinout

Pin

1

2

3

4

5

6

Shield

Signal Name / Function

KBD/Mouse Data

Reserved, No connection

GND, Chassis Ground

+5 VDC (fused)

KBD Clock

Reserved, No connection

Chassis Ground

Parallel Port

Table A-50 lists the pinout and signal names for the parallel port connector.

3

4

5

6

Pin

1

2

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

Table A-50 Parallel Port Connector Pinout

PPD5

PPD6

PPD7

ACK#

BUSY

PE

SLCT

Signal Name Description

STB#

PPD0

Strobe

Data Bit 0

PPD1

PPD2

PPD3

PPD4

Data Bit 1

Data Bit 2

Data Bit 3

Data Bit 4

Data Bit 5

Data Bit 6

Data Bit 7

Acknowledge

Port Busy

Paper end

Select

16

17

18

19

Pin

14

15

20

21

22

23

24

25

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

Signal Name

AFD#

ERROR#

INIT#

SLCTIN#

GND

GND

Description

Auto Feed

Fault

Initializing printer

Select input

Chassis Ground

Chassis Ground

Chassis Ground

Chassis Ground

Chassis Ground

Chassis Ground

Chassis Ground

Chassis Ground

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Appendix B

Model 6200D Pinout Assignments

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System Board Overview

Equium Model 6200D uses an Intel AP440FX system board. The AP440FX system board has onboard connectors supporting the following feature areas:

Front panel features.

Memory (SIMM) and expansion (PCI/ISA riser) sockets.

Video features.

Serial header.

Audio features.

Power connectors.

Floppy and PCI IDE connectors.

Figure B-1 identifies the connectors on the AP440FX system board, and indicates the feature area with which each connector is associated.

Figure B-23 System Board Connector Locations

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Front Panel Connectors

The system board provides connectors to support functions typically located on the chassis bezel. In addition, connectors are provided that support a cooling fan and a keyboard interlock. Front panel features supported include:

Soft Power-ON

Sleep/Resume

Infrared (IrDA) port

Hard Drive activity LED

Power LED

Reset

Speaker

Keyboard lock

Figure B-24 Front Panel I/O Connectors

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Table B-51 lists the full pinout listing for the front panel I/O connector.

6

7

8

9

2

3

4

5

Pin

1

10

11

12

13

14

Table B-51 Front Panel I/O Connector (J2A1)

Signal Name

SW_ON

FPPWR_ON

SLEEP_REQ

FPSLP

Key

+5V

Key

IR_RX

Ground

IR_TX

IR_SL1

Key

+5V

Key

20

21

22

23

Pin

15

16

17

18

19

24

25

26

27

Signal Name

HD ACTIVE

+5V

Key

Ground

Key

PWRDVR

Key

Ground

FP_RESET

+5V

Key

SPKR_DAT connect

PC_SPKROUT

SW_ON

This 2-pin header connects to a front panel power switch. When the switch is closed, the power supply turns ON. If a mechanical switch is connected to this header, it must apply a momentary ground to the SW_ON header pin in order to signal the supply to turn ON or

OFF. Because of the system board’s internal debounce circuitry, the ground must be applied for at least 50ms. At least 2 seconds must pass before the power supply will recognize another ON/OFF signal (to prevent “double clicking”).

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Sleep/Resume

When Advanced Power Management (APM) is activated in the system BIOS and the

Operating System’s APM driver is loaded, Sleep mode (Standby) can be entered in one of three ways: an optional front panel “Sleep/Resume” button, a user defined keyboard hot key, or prolonged system inactivity. The Sleep/Resume button is supported by a 2-pin header located on the front panel I/O connector. Closing the “Sleep” switch generates an SMI

(System Management Interrupt) to the processor which immediately goes into System

Management Mode (SMM).

The front panel “Sleep mode” switch must be a momentary two pin SPST type that is normally open. The function of the Sleep/Resume button can also be achieved by using a keyboard hot-key sequence, or by a time-out of the system inactivity timer. Both the keyboard hot key and the inactivity timer are programmable in the BIOS Setup (timer is set to

10 minutes by default). To reactivate the system, or “Resume”, the user must simply press the sleep/resume button again, or use the keyboard or PS/2 mouse. Mouse activity only “wakes up” the system if a mouse driver is loaded. While the system is in Standby or “sleep” mode, it is fully capable of responding to and servicing external interrupts (such as in-coming FAX) even though the monitor only turns on if a user interrupt (keyboard/mouse) occurs as mentioned above.

Infrared Connector

Serial port 2 can be configured to support an IrDA module with a 5 pin header connector.

Once configured for IrDA, the user can transfer files to or from portable devices such as laptops, PDAs and printers using application software such as LapLink. The IrDA specification provides for data transfers at 115 Kbps from a distance of 1 meter. Consumer

IR is also supported by the same connector.

Hard Drive LED

This 3-pin , keyed header can be connected to a front panel LED to indicate when hard drive activity is taking place. When hard drive activity is happening, the HDACTIVE pin

(J2A1-15) goes low.

Power-ON LED

This 2-pin header can be connected to a front panel LED to indicate when power is applied to the system board. When the system board is powered up, power is applied to the PWRDRV pin (J2A1-20) to light the front panel LED.

Reset

This 2-pin header can be connected to a momentary SPST type switch that is normally open.

When the switch is closed, the system performs a hard reset and runs POST.

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Speaker

The speaker provides error beep code information during the Power-On Self Test (POST), if the system cannot use the video interface. Jumpering pins 26-27 (the last two pins of J2A1) enables the onboard speaker. To disable the onboard speaker (and allow use of the chassis speaker), remove the jumper from these pins. You can also disable the onboard speaker using a CMOS Setup option.

Keylock Connector (J3A1)

2

3

Pin

1

Table B-52 Keylock Connector (J3A1)

Signal Name

Ground

KB_LOCK

Ground

Fan Connector (J4A1)

The auxiliary fan connector (J4A1) is a 1-by-3 header that can accept either two-position and pinout for the fan connector.

Figure B-25 Fan Connector Usage

Table B-53 Auxiliary Fan Connector (J4A1)

2

3

Pin

1

Signal Name / Function

Ground

Fan Power

Fan Sense (Tachometer)

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A14

A15

A16

A17

A18

A10

A11

A12

A13

A6

A7

A8

A9

Pin

A1

A2

A3

A4

A5

Memory/Expansion Connectors

The AP440FX system board provides four 72-pin SIMM sockets for main memory. These sockets accept standard SIMM 72-pin modules.

The AP440FX system board uses a PCI/ISA riser connector (J6J2) to provide for expansion PCI or ISA boards.

The associated riser board can support either two or three PCI slots. A pair of jumpers on the AP440FX listing for the PCI/ISA riser connector.

Table B-54 PCI/ISA Riser Connector (J6J2) (1/2)

Signal Name Pin

IOCHK# B1

SD7

SD6

SD5

SD4

B2

B3

B4

B5

SD3

SD2

SD1

SD0

B6

B7

B8

B9

IOCHRDY

AEN

SA19

SA18

SA17

SA16

SA15

SA14

SA13

B14

B15

B16

B17

B18

B10

B11

B12

B13

Signal Name Pin

GND E1

RSTDRV

Vcc

IRQ9

-5 V

E2

E3

E4

E5

DRQ2

-12 V

0WS#

+12 V

E6

E7

E8

E9

GND

SMEMW#

SMEMR#

IOW#

IOR#

DACK3#

DRQ3

DACK1#

DRQ1

E14

E15

E16

E17

E18

E10

E11

E12

E13

REQ0#

GND

PCKLE

GND

AD30

3.3 V

Key

3.3 V

AD28

Signal

GND

GND

PCIINT1#

PCIIINT2#

Vcc

Key

Vcc

PCIRST#

GNT0#

F14

F15

F16

F17

F18

F10

F11

F12

F13

F6

F7

F8

F9

Pin

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

GNT1#

GND

REQ1#

AD31

AD29

3.3 V

Key

3.3 V

AD27

Signal Name

GND

GND

PCIINT3#

PCIINT4#

Vcc

Key

Vcc

PCKLF

GND

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C4

C5

C6

C7

A31

C1

C2

C3

C8

C9

C10

C11

C12

C13

C14

C15

C16

C17

C18

A27

A28

A29

A30

A23

A24

A25

A26

Pin

A19

A20

A21

A22

Table B-4 PCI/ISA Riser Connector (J6J2) (2/2)

SD10

SD11

SD12

SD13

SD14

SD15

SA0

SBHE#

LA23

LA22

LA21

LA20

LA19

LA18

LA17

MEMR#

MEMW#

SD8

SD9

SA8

SA7

SA6

SA5

SA4

SA3

SA2

SA1

Signal Name Pin

SA12 B19

SA11

SA10

SA9

B20

B21

B22

B27

B28

B29

B30

B23

B24

B25

B26

D13

D14

D15

D16

D17

D18

D4

D5

D6

D7

B31

D1

D2

D3

D8

D9

D10

D11

D12

GND

MEMCS16#

IOCS16#

IRQ10

IRQ11

IRQ12

IRQ15

IRQ14

DACK0#

DRQ0

DACK5#

DRQ5

DACK6#

Signal Name Pin

REFRESH# E19

SYSCLK

IRQ7

IRQ6

E20

E21

E22

IRQ5

IRQ4

IRQ3

DACK2#

TC

BALE

Vcc

OSC

E27

E28

E29

E30

E23

E24

E25

E26

DRQ6

DACK7#

DRQ7

Vcc

MASTER#

GND

G13

G14

G15

G16

G17

G18

G4

G5

G6

G7

E31

G1

G2

G3

G8

G9

G10

G11

G12

G19

STOP#

SDONE

SBO#

CBE1#

PAR

GND

Key

GND

AD13

AD11

AD9

CBE0#

AD6

AD4

AD2

Key

Vcc

GNT2

(GND |

REQ2) *

GND

Signal

AD26

AD24

AD22

AD20

AD18

3.3 V

Key

3.3 V

AD16

FRAME#

CBE2#

TRDY#

H4

H5

H6

H7

F31

H1

H2

H3

H8

H9

H10

H11

H12

H13

H14

H15

H16

H17

H18

F27

F28

F29

F30

F23

F24

F25

F26

Pin

F19

F20

F21

F22

H19

* These signals are (2 slot | 3 slot) jumpered signal names.

PERR#

SERR#

AD15

AD14

AD12

GND

Key

GND

AD10

AD8

AD7

AD5

AD3

Signal Name

AD25

CBE3#

AD23

AD21

AD19

3.3 V

Key

3.3 V

AD17

IRDY#

DEVSEL#

PLOCK#

AD1

AD0

Key

Vcc

Vcc

(GND |

PCCLK2) *

GND

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Video Feature Connectors

LBP VESA connector. If the S3 ViRGE graphics option is used, two DRAM devices (1 MB) are soldered to the system board in place of the DRAM sockets for a total of 2MB of video memory. When the S3 V+ graphics option is used, the DRAM sockets are used to allow user installation of 1MB of video memory, in addition to the 1MB that is already soldered to the system board.

Table B-55 provides the pinout and signal listing for the LBP VESA feature connector.

13

15

17

19

21

23

25

27

29

31

33

5

7

9

11

Pin

1

3

Table B-55 LBP VESA Feature Connector (J1K1)

Signal Name / Function

Ground

Ground

Ground

Enable External Pixel Data

Enable External Sync

Enable External Pixel Clock

N/C, not used

Ground

Ground

Ground

Ground

N/C, not used

Key (no pin)

Key (no pin)

IICCLK

IICDAT

EN1

14

16

18

20

22

24

26

28

30

32

34

6

8

10

12

Pin

2

4

Signal Name / Function

Pixel Data 0

Pixel Data 1

Pixel Data 2

Pixel Data 3

Pixel Data 4

Pixel Data 5

Pixel Data 6

Pixel Data 7

PCLK, Pixel Clock

BLANKING

HSYNC, Horizontal Sync

VSYNC, Vertical Sync

Ground

Key (no pin)

Ground

N/C

EN2

USB Side-By-Side Connector

The USB connection to the COM2 serial port must be made using the COM2H header (J3N1)

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Table B-56 Serial Port (COM2H, J3N1) Pinout

5

6

7

8

9

10

2

3

4

Pin

1

Signal Name

DCD

DSR

SIN#

RTS

SOUT#

CTS

DTR

RI

GND

Key

Description

Carrier Detect

Data Set Ready

Serial Data In

Request To Send

Serial Data Out

Clear To Send

Data Terminal Ready

Ring Indicator

Chassis Ground

Vacant

COM 1 Serial Port

Table B-57 provides the pinout listing for the 9-pin DB9 COM 1 serial port.

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

Pin

1

2

Table B-57 COM 1 Serial Port Pinout

Signal Name

DCD

SIN#

SOUT#

DTR

GND

DSR

RTS

CTS

RI

Description

Carrier Detect

Serial Data In

Serial Data Out

Data Terminal Ready

Chassis Ground

Data Set Ready

Request To Send

Clear To Send

Ring Indicator

Audio Connectors

The pinouts and signal listings for the audio connectors are provided in the following tables.

2

3

4

Pin

1

Table B-58 CD-ROM Connector (J9N1)

Signal Name

Ground

CD-Left

Ground

CD-Right

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3

4

Pin

1

5

6

7

8

Table B-59 Wavetable Connector (J9L1)

Signal Name

Wave Right

Ground

Wave Left

Ground

Key

Ground

NC

MIDI_Out

3

4

Pin

1

2

Table B-60 Telephony Connector (J9K1)

Signal Name

Ground

Mono Out

Mic In

Key

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Power Supply Connectors

The AP440FX system board must be used with a power supply that supports remote power on/off, so the system board can turn off the system power under software control. The

Powerman utility supplied for Windows 3.1x allows for soft-off as does the shutdown icon in

Windows 95 Start menu. The system BIOS turns the system power off when it receives the proper APM command from the OS. For example, Windows 95 issues this APM command after the user selects “Shutdown the computer” option. APM must be enabled in the system

BIOS and OS in order for the soft-off feature to work correctly. The user has the ability to determine the state of the power supply, so if the system was turned on when power was disconnected, the system turns back on when power is reapplied or it remains off, depending on the user setup configuration in CMOS.

Table B-61 provides the pinout listing for the primary power supply connector of the

AP440FX system board.

8

9

10

11

12

2

3

Pin

1

4, key

5

6

7, key

Table B-61 Primary Power Supply Connector (J9H1)

Name

PWRGD

+5 V

+12 V

-12 V

Ground

Ground

Ground

Ground

-5 V

+5 V

+5 V

+5 V

Function

Power good

+5 volts VCC

+12 volts

-12 volts

Ground

Ground

Ground

Ground

-5 volts

+5 volts VCC

+5 volts VCC

+5 volts VCC

Table B-62 provides the pinout listing for the external 3.3 volt power supply connector of the

AP440FX system board.

Table B-62 External 3.3 V Power Supply Connector (J9J1)

4

5

6

Pin

1

2, key

3

Name

Ground

Ground

Ground

+3.3 V

+3.3 V

+3.3 V

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The pinout listing for the soft-OFF power supply connector of the AP440FX system board is shown in Table B-63. This 3-pin, keyed position supports a software-controlled power supply shutoff (Soft-OFF). When connected to this position, the power supply follows remote

ON/OFF commands.

Table B-63 Soft-Off Power Supply Connector (J9F1)

2

3

Pin

1

Name

+5 VSB

PS_ON

PS_COM

Function

+5 Volts Standby

Remote On/Off

Supply presence

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19

21

23

9

11

13

15

25

27

29

31

33

3

5

7

Pin

1

Floppy/IDE Connectors

Table B-64 lists the pinout and signal names for the floppy drive connector.

Table B-64 Floppy Drive Connector (J8L1)

Signal Name

Ground

Ground

Key

Ground

Ground

Ground

Ground

Ground

MSEN1

Ground

Ground

Ground

Ground

MSEN0

Ground

Ground

Ground

18

20

22

24

10

12

14

16

26

28

30

32

34

4

6

8

Pin

2

Signal Name

DENSEL

Reserved

FDEDIN

Index#

Motor Enable A#

Drive Select B#

Drive Select A#

Motor Enable B#

DIR#

STEP#

Write Data#

Write Gate#

Track 00#

Write Protect#

Read Data#

Side 1 Select#

Diskette Change#

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29

31

33

35

37

39

19

21

23

25

11

13

15

17

3

5

7

9

Pin

1

Table B-65 lists the pinout and signal names for the IDE connectors.

Table B-65 IDE Connectors (J8H1, J9H2)

Signal Name

Reset IDE

Host Data 7

Host Data 6

Host Data 5

Host Data 4

Host Data 3

Host Data 2

Host Data 1

Host Data 0

Ground

DDRQ0 (DDRQ1)

I/O Write#

I/O Read#

IOCHRDY 28

DDACK0 (DDACK1)# 30

IRQ14 (IRQ15)

DAG1

32

34

DAG0 36

Chip Select 1P (1S)# 38

Activity# 40

20

22

24

26

12

14

16

18

4

6

Pin

2

8

10

Signal Name

Ground

Host Data 8

Host Data 9

Host Data 10

Host Data 11

Host Data 12

Host Data 13

Host Data 14

Host Data 15

Key

Ground

Ground

Ground

Vcc pull-down

Ground

Reserved

Reserved

DAG2

Chip Select 3P (3S)#

Ground

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Back Panel Connectors

The back panel provides external access to PS/2 style keyboard and mouse connectors as well as the two USB connectors and COM 1 serial port, one parallel port, the video connector, and location of the I/O connectors.

Figure B-26 I/O Connections

VGA Video Connector

Table B-66 lists the pinout and signal names for the VGA video connector.

6

7

8

2

3

4

5

Pin

1

Table B-66 VGA Video Connector (J1N1)

Signal Name / Function

Red Video

Green Video

Blue Video

Monitor ID Bit 2 (not used)

Chassis Ground

Red Return (Ground)

Green Return (Ground)

Blue Return (Ground)

Pin

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

Shield

Signal Name / Function

Key (no pin)

Sync Return (Ground)

Monitor ID Bit 0 (not used)

Monitor ID Bit 1 (not used)

Horizontal Sync

Vertical Sync

Not used

Chassis Ground

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COM1 Serial Port

Table B-67 lists the pinout and signal names for the serial connector.

6

7

8

9

2

3

4

5

Pin

1

Table B-67 Serial Port Connector Pinout

Signal Name

DCD

SIN#

SOUT#

DTR

GND

DSR

RTS

CTS

RI

Description

Carrier Detect

Serial Data In

Serial Data Out

Data Terminal Ready

Chassis Ground

Data Set Ready

Request To Send

Clear To Send

Ring Indicator

USB Back Panel Connectors

Table B-68 lists the pinout and signal names for the USB back panel connectors.

2

3

4

Pin

1

Table B-68 USB Connector Pinout

Signal Name

Power

USBP0# [USBP1#]

USBP0 [USBP1]

Ground

Keyboard and Mouse Ports

Table B-69 lists the pinout and signal names for the PS/2 keyboard and mouse connectors.

Although they are labeled as “Keyboard” and “Mouse” on the system board and the back panel, the connectors can be used interchangeably for either keyboard or mouse.

Table B-69 PS/2 Keyboard/Mouse Connector Pinout

2

3

4

Pin

1

5

6

Shield

Signal Name / Function

KBD/Mouse Data

Reserved, No connection

GND, Chassis Ground

+5 VDC (fused)

KBD Clock

Reserved, No connection

Chassis Ground

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6

7

8

9

2

3

4

5

Pin

1

10

11

12

13

Parallel Port

Table B-70 lists the pinout and signal names for the parallel port connector.

Table B-70 Parallel Port Connector Pinout

Signal Name

STB#

PPD0

PPD1

PPD2

PPD3

PPD4

PPD5

PPD6

PPD7

ACK#

BUSY

PE

SLCT

Description

Strobe

Data Bit 0

Data Bit 1

Data Bit 2

Data Bit 3

Data Bit 4

Data Bit 5

Data Bit 6

Data Bit 7

Acknowledge

Port Busy

Paper end

Select

23

24

25

19

20

21

22

Pin

14

15

16

17

18

Signal Name

AFD#

ERROR#

INIT#

SLCTIN#

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

Description

Auto Feed

Fault

Initializing printer

Select input

Chassis Ground

Chassis Ground

Chassis Ground

Chassis Ground

Chassis Ground

Chassis Ground

Chassis Ground

Chassis Ground

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Appendix C

Jumper Settings

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Models 5160D and 5200D Jumper Settings

There are three jumper blocks on the CU430HX system board (Models 5160D and 5200D).

The jumper block at J4G1 defines the number of PCI slots (two or three slots) available on the riser board used with the system board. The jumper block at J6C2 sets the Flash memory to either normal or recovery mode of operation. The jumper block at J5B1 is only used to provide power for processors using MMX technology. The jumper block at J1K2 defines a range of microprocessor and system board configuration parameters. Figure C-1 shows the jumper block locations on the system board, and indicates how jumper placement corresponds to the value defined by the system board silk-screening.

Figure C-27 Models 5160D and 5200D Jumper Locations

The jumpers on the CU430HX system board perform the following functions:

Allow the system board to be switched between the different frequencies of the

Pentium processor. Selecting a processor speed (and multiplier) also changes the

Host Bus, PCI Bus, and ISA Bus frequencies.

Changes output of the onboard voltage regulator and changes power routing to support different processor types.

Controls clearing or normal operation of the password and CMOS.

Enables or disables the system board setup.

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Determines whether a riser board with two or three PCI slots is being used with the system board.

Determines whether the Flash memory is in a normal or recovery mode of operation.

Table C-71 lists the CU430HX system board jumper functions and their settings.

Table C-71 Models 5160D and 5200D Configuration Jumper Settings

Function

Flash Operation

VRE Selection

VCC2 Connection

Jumper Position Configuration

J6C2 1-2 NORM - Normal mode of operation (Default)

J6C2

J5B1

2-3

4-5

5-6

RCVR - Recovery mode of operation

VR - Normal mode of operation (Default)

VRE - VRE operation

Vacant Normal operation (VCC2 not connected)

1-4, 2-5,

3-6

VCC2 connected (support for processors using MMX technology)

2/3 PCI Slot

(RISER)

J4G1

Password (PSWD) J1K2(A)

CMOS (CMOS)

Setup (SETUP)

J1K2(A)

J1K2(B)

1-2, 4-5 2 SLOTS - Two PCI slots in the riser card. (Default)

2-3, 5-6 3 SLOTS - Three PCI slots in the riser card.

1-2

2-3

4-5

KEEP - Maintain the current (or Setup-revised) password. (Default)

CLR - Clear the password.

5-6

1-2

2-3

KEEP - Maintain the current (or Setup-revised) CMOS contents. (Default)

CLR - Clear the CMOS.

ENBL - Enable setup accessibility. (Default)

DIS - Disable setup accessibility.

Reserved function

(RSVD)

Host Bus Frequency

(FREQ)

J1K2(B) 4-5

5-6

ENBL - Reserved

DIS - Reserved (Default)

J1K2(C) 2-3, 5-6 50 MHZ - Host bus 50 MHz, PCI bus 25 MHz, ISA Bus

6.25 MHz

Microprocessor

Clock Multiplier

(MULT)

2-3, 4-5 60 MHZ - Host bus 60 MHz, PCI bus 30 MHz, ISA Bus

7.5 MHz

1-2, 5-6 66 MHZ - Host bus 66 MHz, PCI bus 33 MHz, ISA Bus

8.33 MHz (Default)

1-2, 4-5 RSVD - Reserved

J1K2(D) 1-2, 4-5 1.5 - Microprocessor clock is 1.5 times the Host Bus frequency.

2-3, 4-5 2.0- Microprocessor clock is 2 times the Host Bus frequency.

2-3, 5-6 2.5 - Microprocessor clock is 2.5 times the Host Bus frequency. (Default)

1-2, 5-6 3.0 - Microprocessor clock is 3 times the Host Bus frequency.

Note:

The text appearing in a BOLD-ITALIC font duplicates the text of the system board silkscreening.

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Model 6200D Jumper Settings

There are two jumper blocks on the AP440FX system board (Model 6200D). The smaller jumper block at J1J1 defines the number of PCI slots (two or three slots) available on the riser board used with the system board. The larger jumper block (at J4L2) defines a range of block locations on the system board, and indicates how jumper placement corresponds to the value defined by the system board silk-screening.

Figure C-28 Model 6200D Jumper Locations

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Microprocessor Configuration (J4L2)

These allow the system board to be switched between different speeds of the Pentium Pro

72.

Table C-72 Model 6200D Microprocessor/System Speed Settings

UP

UP

UP

UP

J4L2-A J4L2-B J4L2-C

Microprocessor

Clock Multiplier

DOWN DOWN DOWN 2.5

DOWN DOWN UP 2.5

DOWN UP

DOWN UP

DOWN

UP

DOWN DOWN

DOWN UP

UP DOWN 3

UP UP 3

Microprocessor

Freq. (MHz)

Host Bus

Freq.

(MHz)

150

166

60

66

180

200 reserved reserved reserved reserved

60

66

PCI Bus

Freq.

(MHz)

30

33

30

33

ISA Bus

Freq.

(MHz)

7.5

8.33

7.5

8.33

Motherboard Configuration (J4L2, J1J1)

The jumpers for sections D, E, F, G, and H of J4L2 allow the selection of various system board features. A second jumper block (J1J1) allows selection of a riser board with either two or three PCI board connectors. Table C-73 lists the system board configuration jumper positions and indicates the meaning for each position.

Table C-73 Model 6200D Configuration Jumper Settings

Function Jumper

FDWPR - Flash Write Protect J4L2-D, 5-6

J4L2-D, 4-5

FLASH - Flash Recover J4L2-E, 2-3

J4L2-E, 1-2

CMOS - Clear CMOS

Contents

PSWCLR - Password Clear

Disable/Enable

J4L2-F, 5-6

J4L2-F, 4-5

J4L2-G, 2-3

J4L2-G, 1-2

Configuration

UP - NOR (Default), Normal operation

DOWN - PRT, Protect

UP - NOR (Default), Normal operation

DOWN - REC - Enable Top Boot block to recover

Flash.

UP - NOR (Default), Normal operation

DOWN - CLR, Clear CMOS content.

UP - DIS, Disable

DOWN - ENA, Enable system password capability.

SETUP - Setup

Enable/Disable

Riser with 2 PCI slots

Riser with 3 PCI slots

J4L2-H, 5-6

J4L2-H, 4-5

J1J1, 1-2 and

J1J1, 4-5

J1J1, 2-3 and

J1J1, 5-6

UP - ENA, Enable

DOWN - DIS, Disable setup accessibility.

Enables use of riser card with two (2) PCI slots.

Enables use of riser card with three (3) PCI slots.

Note: The text appearing in a BOLD-ITALIC font duplicates the text of the system board silk-screening.

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Appendix D

Error and Information Messages

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Models 5160D and 5200D Error Messages and Beep Codes

BIOS Beep Codes

Table D-74 Models 5160D and 5200D BIOS Beep Codes

5

6

2

3

4

Beeps Error Message

1 Refresh Failure

7

8

9

10

Parity Error

Base 64 KB Memory Failure

Timer Not Operational

Processor Error

8042 - Gate A20 Failure

Processor Exception Interrupt

Error

Display Memory Read/Write

Error

ROM Checksum Error

CMOS Shutdown Register

Rd/Wrt Error

Description

The memory refresh circuitry on the system board is faulty.

Parity is not supported on this product, will not occur.

Memory failure in the first 64 KB.

Memory failure in the first 64 KB of memory, or Timer 1 on the system board is not functioning.

The CPU on the system board generated an error.

The keyboard controller (8042) may be bad. The BIOS cannot switch to protected mode.

The CPU generated an exception interrupt.

The system video adapter is either missing or its memory is faulty. This is not a fatal error.

ROM checksum value does not match the value encoded in BIOS.

The shutdown register for CMOS RAM failed.

PCI Configuration Error Messages

The following PCI messages are displayed as a group with bus, device and function information.

Table D-75 Models 5160D and 5200D PCI Configuration Error Messages (1/2)

Error Message

NVRAM Checksum Error, NVRAM

Cleared

Explanation

The ESCD data was reinitialized because of an NVRAM checksum error. Try rerunning the ICU.

System Board Device Resource

Conflict

A non Plug and Play ISA card has requested a resource that is already in use.

Primary Output Device Not Found The designated primary output device (printer, modem, or other, if output is redirected) could not be found.

Primary Input Device Not Found

Primary Boot Device Not Found

The designated primary input device (keyboard, mouse, or other, if input is redirected) could not be found.

The designated primary boot device (hard disk drive, diskette drive, or CD-ROM drive) could not be found.

NVRAM Cleared By Jumper The “Clear CMOS” jumper has been moved to the “CLR” position and CMOS RAM has been cleared.

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Table D-2 Models 5160D and 5200D PCI Configuration Error Messages (2/2)

Error Message Explanation

NVRAM Data Invalid, NVRAM Cleared Invalid entry in the ESCD.

Static Device Resource Conflict

PCI Error Log is Full.

Floppy Disk Controller Resource

Conflict

Primary IDE Controller Resource

Conflict

Secondary IDE Controller Resource

Conflict

Parallel Port Resource Conflict

A non Plug and Play ISA card has requested a resource that is already in use.

If and when more than 15 PCI conflict errors are detected the log full message is displayed. If this message displays, no additional PCI errors can be logged.

The floppy disk controller has requested a resource that is already in use.

The primary IDE controller has requested a resource that is already in use.

The secondary IDE controller has requested a resource that is already in use.

Serial Port 1 Resource Conflict

Serial Port 2 Resource Conflict

The parallel port has requested a resource that is already in use.

Serial port 1 has requested a resource that is already in use.

Serial port 2 has requested a resource that is already in use.

The following PCI messages are chained together to give an error message.

Table D-76 Models 5160D and 5200D Chained PCI Error Messages

Error Message

PCI resource name Conflict: Bus: aa,

Device bb, Function: cc

where

PCI I/O Port Conflict:

PCI Memory Conflict:

PCI IRQ Conflict:

Bus: aa

Device: bb

Function: cc

Explanation

A PCI resource conflict has been detected. The full message Is formed by chaining the fixed text with the variable text indicated by italics. Each message variation provides details on the type of resource conflict, and detailed information on the bus, device, and function associated with the resource conflict.

Two devices requested the same I/O port, resulting in a conflict.

Two devices requested the same memory address, resulting in a conflict.

Two devices requested the same IRQ address, resulting in a conflict.

Is a hexadecimal number corresponding to the PCI bus number. For desktop system boards, the bus number is 00.

Is a hexadecimal number corresponding to the PCI device.

Is a hexadecimal number corresponding to the active PCI function within a device.

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BIOS Error Messages

Table D-77 Models 5160D and 5200D BIOS Error Messages

Error Message

Gate A20 Error

Address Line Short!

Cache Memory Bad, Do Not

Enable Cache!

CH-2 Timer Error

CMOS Battery State Low

Explanation

Gate A20 on the keyboard controller is not working.

Error in the address decoding circuitry on the system board.

Cache memory is defective. Replace it.

CMOS Checksum Failure

CMOS System Options Not

Set

CMOS Display Type

Mismatch

CMOS Memory Size

Mismatch

CMOS Time and Date Not

Set

Diskette Boot Failure

Most AT systems include two timers. There is an error in timer 2.

CMOS RAM is powered by a battery. The battery power is low.

Replace the battery.

After CMOS RAM values are saved, a checksum value is generated for error checking. The previous value is different from the current value. Run Setup.

The values stored in CMOS RAM are either corrupt or nonexistent.

Run Setup.

The video type in CMOS RAM does not match the type detected by the BIOS. Run Setup.

The amount of memory on the system board is different than the amount in CMOS RAM. Run AMIBIOS Setup.

Run Setup to set the date and time in CMOS RAM.

Display Switch Not Proper

The boot disk in floppy drive A: is corrupt. It cannot be used to boot the system. Use another boot disk and follow the screen instructions.

The display jumper is not implemented on this product. This error should not occur.

DMA Error

DMA #1 Error

DMA #2 Error

FDD Controller Failure

HDD Controller Failure

INTR #1 Error

INTR #2 Error

Invalid Boot Diskette

Keyboard Is Locked...Unlock

It

KB/Interface Error

On Board Parity Error

Error in the DMA controller.

Error in the first DMA channel.

Error in the second DMA channel.

The BIOS cannot communicate with the floppy disk drive controller.

Check all appropriate connections after the system is powered down.

The BIOS cannot communicate with the hard disk drive controller.

Check all appropriate connections after the system is powered down.

Interrupt channel 1 failed POST.

Interrupt channel 2 failed POST.

The BIOS can read the disk in floppy drive A:, but cannot boot the system. Use another boot disk.

The keyboard lock on the system is engaged. The system must be unlocked to continue.

There is an error in the keyboard connector.

Parity error detected in system memory.

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ISA NMI Messages

Table D-78 Models 5160D and 5200D ISA NMI Messages

ISA NMI Message

Memory Parity Error at xxxxx

I/O Card Parity Error at xxxxx

DMA Bus Time-out

Explanation

Memory failed. If the memory location can be determined, it is displayed as xxxxx. If not, the message is Memory Parity Error

????.

An expansion card failed. If the address can be determined, it is displayed as xxxxx. If not, the message is I/O Card Parity Error

????.

A device has driven the bus signal for more than 7.8

microseconds.

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Model 6200D Error Messages and Beep Codes

BIOS Beep Codes

Table D-79 Model 6200D BIOS Beep Codes

2

3

4

Beeps Error Message

1 Refresh Failure

5

Parity Error

Base 64 KB Memory Failure

Timer Not Operational

Processor Error

Description

The memory refresh circuitry on the system board is faulty.

A parity error has been detected.

Memory failure in the first 64 KB.

Memory failure in the first 64 KB of memory, or Timer 1 on the system board is not functioning.

The microprocessor on the system board generated an error.

6

7

Gate A20 Failure The keyboard controller might be bad. The BIOS cannot switch to protected mode.

The microprocessor generated an exception interrupt.

8

9

10

Processor Exception

Interrupt Error

Display Memory Read/Write

Error

ROM Checksum Error

CMOS Shutdown Register

Read/Write Error

The system video adapter is either missing or its memory is faulty. This is not a fatal error.

ROM checksum value does not match the value encoded in BIOS.

The shutdown register for CMOS RAM failed.

PCI Configuration Error Messages

The following PCI messages are displayed as a group with bus, device and function information.

Table D-80 Model 6200D PCI Configuration Error Messages (1/2)

Error Message

NVRAM Checksum Error, NVRAM

Cleared

System Board Device Resource

Conflict

Primary Output Device Not Found

Primary Input Device Not Found

Primary Boot Device Not Found

Explanation

The ESCD data was reinitialized because of an NVRAM checksum error. Try rerunning the ICU.

A non Plug and Play ISA card has requested a resource that is already in use.

The designated primary output device (printer, modem, or other, if output is redirected) could not be found.

The designated primary input device (keyboard, mouse, or other, if input is redirected) could not be found.

The designated primary boot device (hard disk drive, diskette drive, or CD-ROM drive) could not be found.

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Table D-7 Model 6200D PCI Configuration Error Messages (2/2)

Error Message

NVRAM Cleared By Jumper

Explanation

The “Clear CMOS” jumper has been moved to the “CLR” position and CMOS RAM has been cleared.

Invalid entry in the ESCD.

NVRAM Data Invalid, NVRAM

Cleared

Static Device Resource Conflict

PCI Error Log is Full

Floppy Disk Controller Resource

Conflict

Primary IDE Controller Resource

Conflict

Secondary IDE Controller Resource

Conflict

Parallel Port Resource Conflict

Serial Port 1 Resource Conflict

Serial Port 2 Resource Conflict

A non Plug and Play ISA card has requested a resource that is already in use.

If and when more than 15 PCI conflict errors are detected the log full message is displayed. If this message displays, no additional PCI errors can be logged.

The floppy disk controller has requested a resource that is already in use.

The primary IDE controller has requested a resource that is already in use.

The secondary IDE controller has requested a resource that is already in use.

The parallel port has requested a resource that is already in use.

Serial port 1 has requested a resource that is already in use.

Serial port 2 has requested a resource that is already in use.

The following PCI messages are chained together to give an error message.

Table D-81 Model 6200D Chained PCI Error Messages

Error Message

PCI resource name Conflict: Bus:

aa, Device bb, Function: cc

where:

PCI I/O Port Conflict:

PCI Memory Conflict:

PCI IRQ Conflict:

Bus: aa

Device: bb

Function: cc

Explanation

A PCI resource conflict has been detected. The full message

Is formed by chaining the fixed text with the variable text indicated by italics. Each message variation provides details on the type of resource conflict, and detailed information on the bus, device, and function associated with the resource conflict.

Two devices requested the same I/O port, resulting in a conflict.

Two devices requested the same memory address, resulting in a conflict.

Two devices requested the same IRQ address, resulting in a conflict.

Is a hexadecimal number corresponding to the PCI bus number. For desktop system boards, the bus number is 00.

Is a hexadecimal number corresponding to the PCI device.

Is a hexadecimal number corresponding to the active PCI function within a device.

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BIOS Error Messages

Table D-82 Model 6200D BIOS Error Messages

Error Message

Gate A20 Error

Address Line Short!

Cache Memory Bad, Do Not

Enable Cache!

CH-2 Timer Error

CMOS Battery State Low

Explanation

Gate A20 on the keyboard controller is not working.

Error in the address decoding circuitry on the system board.

Cache memory is defective. Replace it.

CMOS Checksum Failure

CMOS System Options Not

Set

CMOS Display Type

Mismatch

CMOS Memory Size

Mismatch

CMOS Time and Date Not

Set

Diskette Boot Failure

Most AT systems include two timers. There is an error in timer 2.

CMOS RAM is powered by a battery. The battery power is low.

Replace the battery.

After CMOS RAM values are saved, a checksum value is generated for error checking. The previous value is different from the current value. Run Setup.

The values stored in CMOS RAM are either corrupt or nonexistent.

Run Setup.

The video type in CMOS RAM does not match the type detected by the BIOS. Run Setup.

The amount of memory on the system board is different than the amount in CMOS RAM. Run AMIBIOS Setup.

Run Setup to set the date and time in CMOS RAM.

Display Switch Not Proper

The boot disk in floppy drive A: is corrupt. It cannot be used to boot the system. Use another boot disk and follow the screen instructions.

The display jumper is not implemented on this product. This error should not occur.

DMA Error

DMA #1 Error

DMA #2 Error

FDD Controller Failure

HDD Controller Failure

INTR #1 Error

INTR #2 Error

Invalid Boot Diskette

Keyboard Is Locked...Unlock

It

KB/Interface Error

On Board Parity Error

Error in the DMA controller.

Error in the first DMA channel.

Error in the second DMA channel.

The BIOS cannot communicate with the floppy disk drive controller.

Check all appropriate connections after the system is powered down.

The BIOS cannot communicate with the hard disk drive controller.

Check all appropriate connections after the system is powered down.

Interrupt channel 1 failed POST.

Interrupt channel 2 failed POST.

The BIOS can read the disk in floppy drive A:, but cannot boot the system. Use another boot disk.

The keyboard lock on the system is engaged. The system must be unlocked to continue.

There is an error in the keyboard connector.

Parity error detected in system memory.

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ISA NMI Messages

Table D-83 Model 6200D ISA NMI Messages

ISA NMI Message Explanation

Memory Parity Error at xxxxx Memory failed. If the memory location can be determined, it is displayed as xxxxx. If not, the message is Memory Parity Error ????.

I/O Card Parity Error at xxxxx An expansion card failed. If the address can be determined, it is displayed as xxxxx. If not, the message is I/O Card Parity Error

????.

DMA Bus Time-out A device has driven the bus signal for more than 7.8 microseconds.

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Appendix E

Graphics Subsystems

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Models 5160D and 5200D RAGE II 3-D Graphics Controller

Equium Models 5160D and 5200D feature RAGE II 3-D graphics controllers. The ATI graphics controller is a highly integrated, 208 pin, VLSI multimedia graphics and video controller that integrates the following features:

Controller housed in a 208-pin PQFP package.

The controller implements video acceleration and 3-D rendering.

The controller supports 3-D rendering with as little as 2 MB of SGRAM graphic memory.

The controller is able to become a PCI bus master.

The controller supports connection to Plug and Play monitors with both DDC1 (Data

Display Channel 1) and DDC2B capability. This allows changing of the monitor resolutions and color options without rebooting the computer.

Table E-84 lists the available video resolutions using the video controller and a standard 2 MB of SGRAM video memory.

Table E-84 Models 5160D and 5200D Supported Video Resolutions

Table not available at the time of this preliminary release.

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Model 6200D Graphics Subsystem

resolutions supported by each of the supported graphic options for the Model 6200D system board.

Table E-85 Model 6200D Supported Video Resolutions

Table not available at the time of this preliminary release.

The AP440FX system board supports a 34-pin VESA feature connector (which also accepts a

26-pin peripheral plug) for synchronizing graphics output with an external NTSC or PAL signal and a shared frame buffer interface to maximize multimedia performance, as well as the

LPB (Local Peripheral Bus) or Scenic Highway that provides a glueless bidirectional interface to a video companion device such as an MPEG/live video decoder. The AP440FX also supports other VESA standards such as the VESA DPMS protocol to put a DPMS compliant monitor into power saving modes and the VESA Display Data Channel (DDC2B) that permits transfer of monitor identification and resolution support data for ease of use.

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Audio Subsystems

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Models 5160D and 5200D Audio Subsystem (Creative Labs Vibra

16C)

The CU430HX system board (Models 5160D and 5200D) features a 16-bit stereo audio subsystem. The audio subsystem is based upon the Creative Labs Vibra 16C (CT2505) multimedia codec. The Vibra 16C provides all the digital audio and analog mixing functions required for recording and playing of audio on personal computers. The Creative Labs Vibra

16C is a single chip VLSI solution which integrates FM synthesis, is Sound Blaster compatible and Roland MPU-401 UART mode compatible. Creative Labs Vibra 16C also provides

MPCII, Adlib, and Multimedia PC Level 2 compliance to meet all of the requirements of today’s multi-media applications.

The Vibra 16C has been implemented as a Plug and Play system board device. This means that there is a device node defined for the Vibra 16C and the BIOS must configure it.

Although it is not a Plug and Play device, the Vibra 16C is very flexible in that it accommodates a variety of I/O addresses, DMA channels and interrupts.

The audio subsystem requires up to two DMA channels (to support full duplex operation) and one interrupt. When the Vibra 16C is programmed for full duplex operation, two DMA channels are assigned: one of the channels will be a 16-bit channel and the other will be 8 bits.

The system can be configured to use either DMA channels 1 or 3 (8 bit channels) and DMA channels 5 or 7 (16 bit channels). The interrupt can be mapped to IRQ 5, 7, 9, or 10. The base address register is also configurable for a variety of base addresses ranging from I/O address 220 through address 280 (see the resource map below for more details). The ICU

(ISA Configuration Utility) must be installed and configured before installing the DOS and

Windows audio drivers.

Resource Map

Table F-86 lists the interrupts, DMA channels, and I/O addresses associated with the audio subsystem of the CU430HX system board.

Table F-86 Vibra 16C Resource Map

Device Interrupt (IRQ) DMA Channel

Creative Labs 16C Base 2/9 8 bit DMA 1 (default)

I/O Address

220h-233h (default)

5 (default)

7

10

8 bit DMA 3 240h-253h

16 bit DMA 5 (default) 260h-273h

16 bit DMA 7 280h-293h

FM Synthesis

Joystick (midi-port)

MPU-401 default is disabled

388h-38Bh

200h-207h

300h-301h

330h-331h

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Audio Drivers

Audio software and utilities for DOS, Windows 3.1x, and Windows 95 are installed on the system hard drive. Included in the audio software are DOS utilities that allow the user to play a CD-ROM, control sound volume and mixer settings, run diagnostics, and switch between

Sound Blaster Pro and Windows Sound System modes. Windows drivers and utilities include the Windows sound driver, audio input control panel, audio mixer control panel, and a business audio transport utility.

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Model 6200D Audio Subsystem

The AP440FX system board (Model 6200D) features a Crystal 4236 stereo audio subsystem. Information covering this chip will be provided at a future date.

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Appendix G

BIOS Update

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BIOS Upgrades

Flash memory makes distributing BIOS upgrades easy. A new version of the BIOS can be installed from a diskette. General BIOS upgrade instructions are available at the Intel World

The disk-based Flash upgrade utility, FMUP.EXE, has three options for BIOS upgrades:

The Flash BIOS can be updated from a file on a disk;

The current BIOS code can be copied from the Flash EEPROM to a disk file as a backup in the event that an upgrade cannot be successfully completed; or

The BIOS in the Flash device can be compared with a file to ensure the system has the correct version.

The upgrade utility ensures the upgrade BIOS extension matches the target system to prevent accidentally installing a BIOS for a different type of system.

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Appendix H

System Board Resources

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Models 5160D and 5200D

The following information covers the CU430HX system board included in Equium Models

5160D and 5200D.

Memory Map

Address Range

(Decimal)

1024K-196608K

960K-1023K

944K-959K

936K-943K

932K-935K

928k-931K

896K-927K

800K-895K

640K-799K

639K

512K-638K

0K-511K

Table H-87 Models 5160D and 5200D Memory Map

Address Range (hex) Size Description

100000-C000000

F0000-FFFFF

EC000-EFFFF

EA000-EBFFF

E9000-E9FFF

E8000-E8FFF

E0000-E7FFF

C8000-DFFFF

A0000-C7FFF

9FC00-9FFFF

80000-9FBFF

00000-7FFFF

191M Extended Memory

64K Main BIOS

16K Boot Block (Available as UMB)

8K

4K

VPD ESCD- DMI Configuration Info

4KB Reserved for BIOS

4K OEM Logo Area or Scan User Flash

32K Post BIOS (Available as UMB)

96K Available HI DOS Memory(open to ISA &

PCI bus

160K On-board video memory and BIOS

1K Extended BIOS Data(Moveable by

QEMM, 386MAX)

127K Extended Conventional

512K Conventional Memory

I/O Map

Address (hex)

0000 - 000F

0020 - 0021

002E - 002F

0040 - 0043

0048 - 004B

0060

0061

0064

0070, bit 7

0070, bits 6:0

0071

0078

Table H-88 Models 5160D and 5200D I/O Map (1/3)

Size

16 bytes

2 bytes

2 bytes

4 bytes

4 bytes

1 byte

1 byte

1 byte

1 bit

7 bits

1 byte

1 byte

Description

PIIX3 - DMA 1

PIIX3 - Interrupt Controller 1

Super I/O configuration registers

PIIX3 - counter 1

PIIX3 - counter 2

Keyboard Controller Byte - Reset IRQ

PIIX3 - NMI, speaker control

Keyboard Controller, CMD/STAT Byte

PIIX3 - Enable NMI

PIIX3 - Real Time Clock, Address

PIIX3 - Real Time Clock, Data

Reserved - board configuration

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0377, bits 6:0

0378 - 037F

0388 - 038D

03B4 - 03B5

03BA

03BC - 03BF

03C0 - 03CA

03CC

03CE - 03CF

03D4 - 03D5

03DA

03E8 - 03EF

03F0 - 03F5

0220 - 022F

0240 - 024F

0260 - 026F

0278 - 027B

0280 - 028F

0290 - 0297

02E8

02F8 - 02FF

0300 - 0301

0330 - 0331

0376

0377

0377, bit 7

Address (hex)

0079

80h

85h

86h

0080 - 008F

00A0 - 00A1

00B2 - 00B3

00C0 - 00DE

00F0

0170 - 0177

01F0 - 01F7

0200 - 0207

Table H-2 Models 5160D and 5200D I/O Map (2/3)

16 bytes

16 bytes

16 bytes

4 bytes

16 bytes

8 bytes

1 byte

8 bytes

2 bytes

2 bytes

1 byte

1 byte

1 bit

Size

1 byte

1 byte

1 byte

1 byte

16 bytes

2 bytes

2 bytes

31 bytes

1 byte

8 bytes

8 bytes

8 bytes

7 bits

8 bytes

6 bytes

2 bytes

1 byte

4 bytes

11 bytes

1 byte

2 bytes

2 bytes

1 byte

8 bytes

6 bytes

Description

Reserved - board configuration

Monitors and stores POST codes (used during POST)

Address and control functions (used during POST)

Register read/write operations (used during POST)

PIIX3 - DMA Page Register

PIIX3 - Interrupt Controller 2

APM control

PIIX3 - DMA 2

Reset Numeric Error

Secondary IDE Channel

Primary IDE Channel

Audio (reserved)

Audio (SB compatible)

Audio (SB compatible)

Audio (SB compatible)

Parallel port 2

Audio (SB compatible)

H/W Monitoring ASIC

Video (8514A)

COM2

MPU - 401 (MIDI)

MPU - 401 (MIDI)

Sec IDE Chan Cmd Port

Floppy channel 2 command

Floppy disk chng channel 2

Sec IDE Chan Status Port

LPT1

AA LIB (FM synth)

Video (VGA)

Video (VGA)

LPT3

Video (VGA)

Video (VGA)

Video (VGA)

Video (VGA)

Video (VGA)

COM3

Floppy Channel 1

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Address (hex)

03F6

03F7 (Write)

03F7, bit 7

03F7, bits 6:0

03F8 - 03FF

04D0 - 04D1

LPT + 400h

0530 - 0537

0604 - 060B

0CF8*

0CF9**

0CFC-0CFF

0E80 - 0E87

0F40 - 0F47

0F86 - 0F87

FF00 - FF07

FFA0 - FFA7

FFA8 - FFAF

Table H-2 Models 5160D and 5200D I/O Map (3/3)

Size

1 byte

1 byte

1 bit

7 bits

8 bytes

2 bytes

8 bytes

8 bytes

8 bytes

4 bytes

1 byte

4 bytes

8 bytes

8 bytes

2 bytes

8 bytes

8 bytes

8 bytes

Description

Pri IDE Chan Cmd Port

Floppy Chan 1 Cmd

Floppy Disk Chg Chan 1

Pri IDE Chan Status Port

COM1

Edge/level triggered

ECP port

Windows sound system

Windows sound system

PCI Config Address Reg.

Turbo & Reset Control Reg.

PCI Config Data Register

Windows sound system

Windows sound system

Yamaha OPL3 configuration

IDE Bus Master Reg.

Primary Bus Master IDE Registers

Secondary Bus Master IDE Registers

* DWORD access only

** Byte access only

PCI Configuration Space Map

Table H-89 Models 5160D and 5200D PCI Configuration Space Map

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

Bus Number

(hex)

00

07

07

07

08

Dev Number

(hex)

00

0C

11

13

0B

00

01

02

00

00

00

00

00

Function

Number (hex) Description

00 Intel 82437HX (TXC)

Intel 82371FB (PIIX3 ) PCI/ISA bridge

Intel 82371FB (PIIX3 ) IDE Bus Master

Intel 82371FB (PIIX3 ) USB

ATI VGA Graphics

Intel 82557 Ethernet Network

PCI Expansion Slot: User Available

PCI Expansion Slot: User Available

PCI Expansion Slot: User Available for 3-slot riser

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DMA Channels

4

5

6

7

1

2

3

DMA

0

Table H-90 Models 5160D and 5200D DMA Channels

Data Width

8- or 16-bits

8- or 16-bits

8- or 16-bits

8- or 16-bits

16-bits

16-bits

16-bits

System Resource

Audio

Floppy

Parallel Port (for ECP/EPP Config.)

Reserved - Cascade channel

Audio

Open

Open

Interrupts

6

7

8

9

3

4

5

1

2

IRQ

NMI

0

10

11

12

13

14

15

Table H-91 Models 5160D and 5200D Interrupts

System Resource

I/O Channel Check

Reserved, Interval Timer

Reserved, Keyboard buffer full

Reserved, Cascade interrupt from slave PIC

COM2 *

COM1 *

Audio *

Floppy

LPT1 *

Real Time Clock

Onboard Ethernet *

USB *

User available

Onboard Mouse Port if present, else user available

Reserved, Math coprocessor

Primary IDE if present, else user available

Secondary IDE if present, else user available

* Moveable resources that depend on user configuration. Resources shown are for a typical configuration.

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Model 6200D

The following information covers the AP440FX system board included in Equium Model

6200D.

Memory Map

Table H-92 Model 6200D Memory Map

Address Range

(Decimal) Address Range (hex)

1024K-121072K 100000-8000000

960k-1023k

944K-959K

936K-943K

932K-935K

F0000-FFFFF

EC000-EFFFF

EA000-EBFFF

E9000-E9FFF

928K-931K

896K-927K

800-895K

E8000-E8FFF

E0000-E7FFF

C8000-DFFFF

640K-799K

639K

512K-638K

0K-511K

A0000-C7FFF

9FC00-9FFFF

80000-9FBFF

00000-7FFFF

Size

127M

64K

16K

8K

4K

4K

32K

96K

160K

1K

127K

512K

Description

Extended Memory

AMI System BIOS

Boot Block

ESCD (Plug-N-Play configuration area)

Reserved for BIOS

OEM LOGO Area

BIOS Reserved

Available HI DOS memory (open to ISA and

PCI bus)

Video memory and BIOS

Extended BIOS Data (moveable by QEMM,

386MAX)

Extended conventional

Conventional

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I/O Map

Table H-93 Model 6200D I/O Map

Address

(hex) Size Description

0000 - 000F 16 bytes PIIX3 - DMA 1

Address

(hex) Size Description

02F8 - 02FF 8 bytes Onboard Serial Port

2

0020 - 0021 2 bytes PIIX3 - Interrupt Controller 1 0330 - 0331 2 bytes MPU-401 (MIDI)

002E - 002F 2 bytes 87307 Base Configuration 0376 1 byte Sec IDE Chan Cmd

Port

0040 - 0043 4 bytes PIIX3 - Timer 1

0048 - 004B

0060

4 bytes

1 byte

PIIX3 - Timer 2

Keyboard Controller Byte -

Reset IRQ

0377 1 byte Sec IDE Chan Stat

Port

0378 - 037F 8 bytes Parallel Port 1

0388 - 038B 4 bytes CS4236 Audio

0061

0064

1 byte

1 byte

PIIX3 - NMI, speaker control 03BC - 03BF 4 bytes Parallel Port 3

Kbd Controller, CMD/STAT

Byte

03E8 - 03EF 8 bytes Serial Port 3

0070, bit 7 1 bit

0070, bits 6:0 7 bits

PIIX3 - Enable NMI

PIIX3 - Real Time Clock,

Address

03F0 - 03F5 6 bytes Floppy Channel 1

03F6 1 byte Pri IDE Chan Cmd

Port

03F7 (Write) 1 byte Floppy Chan 1 Cmd 0071 1 byte PIIX3 - Real Time Clock,

Data

Reserved - Brd. Config.

0078 1 byte 03F7, bit 7 1 bit Floppy Disk Chg

Chan 1

0079 1 byte Reserved - Brd. Config.

03F7, bits

6:0

7 bits Pri IDE Chan Status

Port

0080 - 008F 16 bytes PIIX3 - DMA Page Register 03F8 - 03FF 8 bytes Onboard Serial Port

1

00A0 - 00A1 2 bytes PIIX3 - Interrupt Controller 2 04D0 - 04D1 2 bytes Edge/level triggered

00C0 - 00DE 31 bytes PIIX3 - DMA 2 LPT + 400h 8 bytes ECP port, LPT +

400h

00F0 1 byte Reset Numeric Error

0170 - 0177 8 bytes Secondary IDE Channel

0608 - 060B* 4 bytes CS4236 Audio

0CF8** 1 byte PCI Config Address

Reg.

01F0 - 01F7 8 bytes Primary IDE Channel

0200 - 0207 8 bytes Game Port

0228 - 022F 8 bytes Parallel Port 3, ECP/EPP

Mode

0CF9 1 byte Turbo & Reset control Reg.

0CFC-0CFF 4 bytes PCI Config Data Reg

0FE0-0FE7 8 bytes CS4236 Audio

290 - 0297 8 bytes Management Extension

Hardware

0240-024F 16 bytes CS4236 Audio

0278 - 027B 4 bytes Parallel Port 2

FF00 - FF07 8 bytes IDE Bus Master Reg.

FFA0 - FFA7 8 bytes IDE primary Channel

FFA8 - FFAF 8 bytes IDE secondary channel

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* This is only part of one of the Windows Sound System (WSS) selectable ranges. The defined ranges are 0530-0537, 0604-060B, 0E80-0E87, or 0F40-0F47. Only one of these ranges needs to be used for WSS to work.

** Only by DWORD accesses.

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Soft-OFF Control

The system board design uses Soft-OFF control implemented under the SMM code in the

BIOS. This feature is required on the AP440FX system board. The CS1 pinout of the I/O controller is connected to the Soft-off control line in the power supply circuit. The registers in the I/O controller that set the I/O address and control of the CS1 pin are NOT setup until the SMM code is activated. The code performs the following operations:

OUT 0Ch to I/O port 2Eh

OUT 75h to I/O port 2Fh

OUT 11h to I/O port 2Eh

OUT 00h to I/O port 2Fh

OUT 0Dh to I/O port 2Eh

OUT A0h to I/O port 2Fh

After setting the above registers, any read operation to I/O location 75H triggers the Soft-off circuit and turns the power supply off

PCI Configuration Space Map

Table H-94 Model 6200D PCI Configuration Space Map

00

00

00

00

00

Bus Number (hex) Dev Number (hex) Function Number (hex) Description

00 00 00 Intel 82440FX (PMC) Host

Bridge

00 07 00

00 07 01

Intel 82371SB (PIIX3 ) ISA bridge

Intel 82371SB (PIIX3 ) IDE

Controller

07

08

13

11

0B

02

00

00

00

00

Intel 82371SB (PIIX3) USB

Video Controller

PCI Expansion Slot:

PCI Expansion Slot:

PCI Expansion Slot: Optional

PCI Expansion Slot for 3 slot

Riser

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9

10

11

12

13

14

15

5

6

7

8

1

2

3

4

IRQ

NMI

0

DMA Channels

4

5

6

7

1

2

3

DMA

0

Interrupts

16-bits

16-bits

16-bits

Table H-95 Model 6200D DMA Channels

Data Width

8- or 16-bits

8- or 16-bits

8- or 16-bits

8- or 16-bits

System Resource

Open

Audio

Floppy

Parallel Port (for ECP/EPP Config.)

Reserved - Cascade channel

Open

Open

Open

Table H-96 Model 6200D Interrupts

System Resource

I/O Channel Check

Reserved, Interval Timer

Reserved, Keyboard buffer full

Reserved, Cascade interrupt from slave PIC

Serial Port 2

Serial Port 1

Audio - Codec

Floppy

Parallel Port 1

Real Time Clock

Audio - FM Synthesis

USB

Video

Onboard Mouse Port if present, else user available

Reserved, Math coprocessor

Primary IDE if present, else user available

Secondary IDE if present, else user available

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Appendix I

Power Supply Voltages

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Models 5160D and 5200D System Board Power Connectors

The following information covers the CU430HX system board included in Equium Models

5160D and 5200D.

The CU430HX system board is paired with a power supply that supports remote power on/off, so the system board can turn off the system power under software control. The

Powerman utility supplied for Windows 3.1x allows for soft-off as does the shutdown icon in

Windows 95 Start menu. The system BIOS turns the system power off when it receives the proper APM command from the OS. For example, Windows 95 issues this APM command after the user selects “Shutdown the computer” option. APM must be enabled in the system

BIOS and OS in order for the soft-off feature to work correctly. The user has the ability to determine the state of the power supply, so if the system was turned on when power was disconnected, the system turns back on when power is reapplied or it remains off, depending on the user setup configuration in CMOS.

Table A-33 provides the pinout listing for the primary power supply connector of the CU430HX system board.

Table I-97 Models 5160D and 5200D Primary Power Supply Connector (J9H1)

8

9

10

11

12

2

3

Pin

1

4, key

5

6

7, key

Signal Name/Function

PWRGD (Power good)

+5 V (VCC)

+12 V

-12 V

Ground

Ground

Ground

Ground

-5 V

+5 V (VCC)

+5 V (VCC)

+5 V (VCC)

Table A-34 provides the pinout listing for the external 3.3 volt power supply connector of the CU430HX system board.

Table I-98 Models 5160D and 5200D External 3.3 V Power Supply Connector (J9J1)

4

5

6

Pin

1

2, key

3

Name

Ground

Ground

Ground

+3.3 V

+3.3 V

+3.3 V

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The pinout listing for the soft-OFF power supply connector of the CU430HX system board is shown in Table A-35. This 3-pin keyed position supports a software-controlled power supply shutoff (Soft-OFF). When connected to this position, the power supply follows remote

ON/OFF commands.

Table I-99 Models 5160D and 5200D Soft-Off Power Supply Connector (J9K2)

2

3

Pin

1

Signal Name/Function

+5 VSB (+5 Volts Standby)

PS_ON (Remote On/Off)

PS_COM (Supply presence)

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Model 6200D System Board Power Connectors

The following information covers the AP440FX system board included in Equium Model

6200D.

The AP440FX system board is paired with a power supply that supports remote power on/off, so the system board can turn off the system power under software control. The Powerman utility supplied for Windows 3.1x allows for soft-off as does the shutdown icon in Windows

95 Start menu. The system BIOS turns the system power off when it receives the proper

APM command from the OS. For example, Windows 95 issues this APM command after the user selects “Shutdown the computer” option. APM must be enabled in the system BIOS and

OS in order for the soft-off feature to work correctly. The user has the ability to determine the state of the power supply, so if the system was turned on when power was disconnected, the system turns back on when power is reapplied or it remains off, depending on the user setup configuration in CMOS.

Table 61 provides the pinout listing for the primary power supply connector of the AP440FX system board.

10

11

12

2

3

Pin

1

4, key

5

8

9

6

7, key

Table I-100 Model 6200D Primary Power Supply Connector (J9H1)

Name

PWRGD

+5 V

+12 V

-12 V

Ground

Ground

Ground

Ground

-5 V

+5 V

+5 V

+5 V

Function

Power good

+5 volts VCC

+12 volts

-12 volts

Ground

Ground

Ground

Ground

-5 volts

+5 volts VCC

+5 volts VCC

+5 volts VCC

Table 62 provides the pinout listing for the external 3.3 volt power supply connector of the

AP440FX system board.

Table I-101 Model 6200D External 3.3 V Power Supply Connector (J9J1)

4

5

6

Pin

1

2, key

3

Name

Ground

Ground

Ground

+3.3 V

+3.3 V

+3.3 V

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The pinout listing for the soft-OFF power supply connector of the AP440FX system board is shown in Table 63. This 3-pin, keyed position supports a software-controlled power supply shutoff (Soft-OFF). When connected to this position, the power supply follows remote

ON/OFF commands.

Table I-102 Model 6200D Soft-Off Power Supply Connector (J9F1)

2

3

Pin

1

Name

+5 VSB

PS_ON

PS_COM

Function

+5 Volts Standby

Remote On/Off

Supply presence

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Appendix J

Keyboard Scan Codes

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Keyboard Scan Codes

Figure J-1 shows the key numbering for the US keyboard. Figure J-2 shows the key numbering for the Kanji keyboard.

Figure J-29 United States Keyboard Numbering

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Figure J-30 Kanji Keyboard Numbering

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PC and PC X/T Scan Code Set 1

Table J-103 PC and PC/XT Scan Code Set 1 (1/2)

Key Number Make Code Break Code Key Number Make Code Break Code

21

22

23

18

19

20

24

25

26

27

15

16

17

12

13

14

9

10

11

6

7

8

3

4

5

1

2

37

38

39

40

34

35

36

31

32

33

28

29

30

61

62

64

57

58

60

54

55

56

51

52

53

46

47

48

49

50

41

42

43

44

45

84

85

86

89

80

81

83

75

76

79

70

71

72

90

91

92

93

94

14

15

16

11

12

13

17

18

19

1A

0C

0D

7D

0E

0F

10

06

07

08

09

0A

0B

29

02

03

04

05

24

25

26

27

21

22

23

1B

2B

3A

1E

1F

20

94

95

96

91

92

93

97

98

99

9A

8C

8D

FD

8E

8F

90

86

87

88

89

8A

8B

A9

82

83

84

85

A1

A2

A3

A4

A5

A6

A7

9B

AB

BA

9E

9F

A0

34

35

73

31

32

33

36

1D

38

39

E0, 38

E0, ID

2C

20

2E

2F

30

28

2B

IC

2A

56

45

47

4B

4F

7C

7B

79

70

See Table J-2

See Table J-2

See Table J-2

FB

F9

F0

See Table J-2

See Table J-2

See Table J-2

See Table J-2

See Table J-2

See Table J-2

See Table J-2

C5

C7

CB

CF

FC

B1

B2

B3

B4

B5

F3

B6

9D

B8

B9

E0, B8

E0, 9D

AC

AD

AE

AF

B0

A8

AB

9c

AA

06

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Table J-1 PC and PC/XT Scan Code Set 1 (2/2)

Key Number Make Code Break Code Key Number Make Code

95

96

105

106

107

108

109

110

112

97

98

99

100

101

102

103

104

See Table J-3

48 C2

49

4D

51

53

4C

50

52

37

4A

4E

7E

E0, 1C

78

01

3B

CC

D0

D2

B7

C9

CD

D1

D3

CA

CE

FE

E0, 9C

F8

81

BB

121

122

123

124

125

126

141

142

143

113

114

115

116

117

118

119

120

40

41

42

43

3C

30

3E

3F

44

57

58

See Table J-4

46

See Table J-5

E0 5B

E0 5C

E0 5D

C6

E0 DB

E0 DC

E0 DD

Break Code

C0

C1

C2

C3

BC

BD

BE

BF

C4

D7

D8

Cursor Key Scan Code Set 1

83

84

85

86

89

75

76

79

80

81

Key

Number

Table J-104 Cursor Key Scan Code Set 1

Base Case, or

Shift + Num Lock

“On” Make/Break

Shift Lock “On”

Make/Break

E0 52 / E0 D2

E0 53 / E0 D3

E0 4B / E0 CB

E0 47 / E0 C7

E0 4F / E0 CF

E0 48 / E0 C8

E0 50 / E0 D0

E0 49 / E0 C9

E0 51 / E0 D1

E0 4D / E0 CD

E0 AA E0 52 / E0 D2 E0 2A

E0 AA E0 53 / E0 D3 E0 2A

E0 AA E0 4B / E0 CB E0 2A

E0 AA E0 47 / E0 C7 E0 2A

E0 AA E0 4F / E0 CF E0 2A

E0 AA E0 48 / E0 C8 E0 2A

E0 AA E0 50 / E0 D0 E0 2A

E0 AA E0 49 / E0 C9 E0 2A

E0 AA E0 51 / E0 D1 E0 2A

E0 AA E0 4D / E0 CD E0 2A

Num Lock “On”

Make/Break

E0 2A E0 / E0 D2 E0

E0 2A E0 / E0 D3 E0 AA

E0 2A E0 4B / E0 CB E0 AA

E0 2A E0 47 / E0 C7 E0 AA

E0 2A E0 4F / E0 CF E0 AA

E0 2A E0 48 / E0 C8 E0 AA

E0 2A E0 50 / E0 D0 E0 AA

E0 2A E0 49 / E0 C9 E0 AA

E0 2A E0 51 / E0 D1 E0 AA

E0 2A E0 4D / E0 CD E0 AA

NOTE: If the left Shift key is held down, the AA / 2A shift break/make codes are sent along with the scan codes for the shifted character. If the right Shift key is held down, B6/36 is sent. If both Shift keys are held down, both sets of codes are sent along with the scan code for the shifted characters.

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Slash Key Scan Code Set 1

Key Number

Table J-105 Slash Key Scan Code Set 1

Scan Code

Make/Break

Shift Case

Make/Break

95 E0 35 / E0 B5 E0 AA E0 35 / E0 BS E0 2A

NOTE: If the left Shift key is held down, the AA / 2A shift make/break codes are sent along with the scan codes for the shifted character. If the right Shift key is held down, B6 / 36 is sent. If both Shift keys are held down, both sets of codes are sent along with the scan codes for the shifted characters.

Print Screen Key Scan Code Set 1

Key

Number

124

Table J-106 Print Screen Key Scan Code Set 1

Scan Code

Make/Break

Ctrl Case, Shift

Case Make/Break

E0 2A E0 37 / E0 B7 E0 AA E0 37 / E0 B7

Alt Case

Make/Break

54 / D4

Pause Key Scan Code Set 1

Key

Number

126

Table J-107 Pause Key Scan Code Set 1

Scan Code

Make Only

Control Key

Pressed

E1 1D 45 E1 9D C5

E0 37 / E0 B7

Alt Case Make/Break

54 / D4

NOTE: Key number 126 is not typematic. Its scan codes occur on the make of the key only.

PC/AT Scan Code Set 2

Table J-108 PC/AT Scan Code Set 2 (1/2)

Key Number Make Code Break Code Key Number Make Code Break Code

4

5

6

1

2

3

7

8

9

10

0E

16

1E

26

25

2E

36

30

3E

46

F0 0E

F0 16

F0 1E

F0 26

F0 25

F0 2E

F0 36

F0 3D

F0 3E

F0 46

44

45

46

41

42

43

47

48

49

50

52

50

5A

12

61

1A

22

21

2A

32

F0 52

F0 5D

F0 5A

F0 12

F0 61

F0 1A

F0 22

F0 21

F0 2A

F0 32

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33

34

35

30

31

32

27

28

29

24

25

26

36

37

38

39

40

21

22

23

18

19

20

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

58

1C

1B

23

2B

34

43

44

40

54

5B

50

33

3B

42

4B

4C

1D

24

20

2C

35

3C

45

4E

55

6A

66

0D

15

F0 43

F0 44

F0 4D

F0 54

F0 5B

F0 5D

F0 58

F0 1C

F0 1B

F0 23

F0 2B

F0 34

F0 45

F0 4E

F0 55

F0 6A

F0 36

F0 0D

F0 15

F0 ID

F0 24

F0 2D

F0 2C

F0 35

F0 3C

F0 33

F0 3B

F0 42

F0 4B

F0 4C

85

86

89

81

83

84

76

79

80

71

72

75

90

91

92

93

94

62

64

70

58

60

61

51

52

53

54

55

56

57

77

6C

6B

69

68

31

3A

41

49

4A

51

59

14

11

29

E0 11

E0 14

67

64

13

See Table J-7

F0 64

F0 13

See Table J-7

See Table J-7

See Table J-7

See Table J-7

See Table J-7

See Table J-7

See Table J-7

See Table J-7

See Table J-7

F0 31

F0 3A

F0 41

F0 49

F0 4A

F0 51

F0 59

F0 14

F0 11

F0 29

E0 F0 11

E0 F0 14

F0 67

F0 77

F0 6C

F0 6B

F0 69

F0 68

Table J-6 PC and PC/XT Scan Code Set 2 (2/2)

Key Number Make Code Break Code Key Number Make Code Break Code

100

101

102

103

104

105

106

95

96

97

98

99

7C

70

74

7A

71

7B

79

See Table J-8

75 F075

73

72

70

F0 73

F0 72

F0 70

F0 7C

F0 7D

F0 74

F0 7A

F0 71

F0 7B

F0 79

118

119

120

121

122

123

124

113

114

115

116

117

06

04

0C

03

0B

83

0A

01

09

78

07

See Table J-9

F0 06

F0 04

F0 0C

F0 03

F0 0B

F0 83

F0 0A

F0 01

F0 09

F0 78

F0 07

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107

108

109

110

112

60

E0 5A

63

76

05

Cursor Key Scan Code Set 2

F0 6D

E0 F0 5A

F0 63

F0 76

F0 05

125

126

141

142

143

7E

See Table J-10

F0 7E

E0 1F

E0 27

E0 2F

E0 F0 1F

E0 F0 27

E0 F0 2F

Key

Number

75

76

79

80

81

83

84

85

86

89

Table J-109 Cursor Key Scan Code Set 2

Base Case, or

Shift + Num Lock

“On” Make/Break

Shift Lock “On”

Make/Break

E0 70 / E0 F0 70

E0 71 / E0 F0 71

E0 6B / E0 F0 6B

E0 6C / E0 F0 6C

E0 69 / E0 F0 69

E0 75 / E0 F0 75

E0 72 / E0 F0 72

E0 7D / E0 F0 7D

E0 7A / E0 F0 7A

E0 74 / E0 F0 74

E0 F0 12 E0 70

/ E0 F0 70 E0 12

E0 F0 12 E0 71

/ E0 F0 71 E0 12

E0 F0 12 E0 6B

/ E0 F0 6B E0 12

E0 F0 12 E0 6C

/ E0 F0 6C E0 12

E0 F0 12 E0 69

/ E0 F0 69 E0 12

E0 F0 12 E0 75

/ E0 F0 75 E0 12

E0 F0 12 E0 72

/ E0 F0 72 E0 12

E0 F0 12 E0 7D

/ E0 F0 7D E0 12

E0 F0 12 E0 7A

/ E0 F0 7A E0 12

E0 F0 12 E0 74

/ E0 F0 74 E0 12

Num Lock “On”

Make/Break

E0 12 E0 70

/ E0 F0 70 E0 F0 12

E0 12 E0 71

/ E0 F0 71 E0 F0 12

E0 12 E0 6B

/ E0 F0 6B E0 F0 12

E0 12 E0 6C

/ E0 F0 6C E0 F0 12

E0 12 E0 69

/ E0 F0 69 E0 F0 12

E0 12 E0 75

/ E0 F0 75 E0 F0 12

E0 12 E0 72

/ E0 F0 72 E0 F0 12

E0 12 E0 7D

/ E0 F0 7D E0 F0 12

E0 12 E0 7A

/ E0 F0 7A E0 F0 12

E0 12 E0 74

/ E0 F0 74 E0 F0 12

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NOTE: If the left Shift key is held down, the F0 12/12 shift make/break codes are sent along with the scan codes for the shifted character. If the right Shift key is held down, F0 59/59 is sent. If both Shift keys are held down, both sets of codes are sent along with the scan codes for the shifted characters.

Slash Key Scan Code Set 2

Key

Number

95

Table J-110 Slash Key Scan Code Set 2

Scan Code

Make/Break

E0 4A / E0 F0 4A

Shift Case

Make/Break

E0 F0 12 E0 4A / E0 F0 4A E0 F2

NOTE: If the left Shift key is held down, the F0 12/12 shift make/break codes are sent along with the scan codes for the shifted character. If the right Shift key is held down, F0 59/59 is sent. If both Shift keys are held down, both sets of codes are sent along with the scan codes for the shifted characters.

Print Screen Key Scan Code Set 2

Key

Number

124

Table J-111 Print Screen Key Scan Code Set 2

Scan Code

Make/Break

Ctrl Case, Shift Case

Make/Break

E0 12 E0 7C

/ E0 F0 7C E0 F0 12

E0 7C / E0 F0 7C

Alt Case

Make/Break

84 / F0 84

Pause Key Scan Code Set 2

Key

Number

126

Table J-112 Pause Key Scan Code Set 2

Scan Code

Make Only

Control Key

Pressed

E1 14 77 1l F0 14 F0 77 E0 7E E0 F0 7E

NOTE: Key number 126 is not typematic. Its scan codes occur on the make of key only.

Terminal Mode Scan Code Set 3

1

2

3

4

5

Table J-113 Terminal Mode Scan Code Set 3 (1/3)

Key Number Make Code Break Code Default Key Mode

0E

16

1E

26

25

F0 0E

F0 16

F0 1E

F0 26

F0 25

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

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24

25

26

21

22

23

18

19

20

15

16

17

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

36

37

38

39

40

33

34

35

30

31

32

27

28

29

43

44

40

2C

35

3C

10

24

20

66

0D

15

2E

36

3D

3E

46

45

4E

55

5D

23

2B

34

33

3B

42

4B

4C

54

5B

5C

14

1C

1B

F0 66

F0 0D

F0 15

F0 1D

F0 24

F0 2D

F0 2C

F0 35

F0 3C

F0 43

F0 44

F0 4D

F0 2E

F0 36

F0 3D

F0 3E

F0 46

F0 45

F0 4E

F0 55

F0 5D

F0 54

F0 5B

F0 5C

F0 14

F0 1C

F0 1B

F0 23

F0 2B

F0 34

F0 33

F0 3B

F0 42

F0 4B

F0 4C

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Make/Break

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

Table J-11 Terminal Mode Scan Code Set 3 (2/3)

Key Number Make Code Break Code Default Key Mode

52

53

5A

12

13

1A

22

F0 52

F0 53

F0 5A

F0 12

F0 13

F0 1A

F0 22

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Make/Break

Make/Break

Typematic

Typematic

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75

76

79

70

71

72

61

62

64

57

58

60

48

49

50

51

52

53

54

55

56

92

93

94

95

96

89

90

91

84

85

86

80

81

83

67

64

61

85

86

87

29

39

58

59

11

19

21

2A

32

31

3A

41

49

4A

51

6A

76

6C

6B

69

68

77

75

6E

65

63

60

6F

60

F0 59

F0 11

F0 19

F0 29

F0 39

F0 58

F0 85

F0 86

F0 87

F0 67

F0 64

F0 61

F0 21

F0 2A

F0 32

F0 31

F0 3A

F0 41

F0 49

F0 4A

F0 51

F0 6E

F0 65

F0 63

F0 60

F0 6F

F0 6D

F0 6A

F0 76

F0 6C

F0 6B

F0 69

F0 68

F0 77

F0 75

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Typematic

Make/Break

Make/Break

Make/Break

Typematic

Make only

Make only

Make Only

Make Only

Make Only

Make only

Typematic

Typematic

Make only

Make only

Typematic

Typematic

Make only

Make only

Typematic

Make only

Make only

Make only

Make only

Make only

Make only

Make only

97

98

99

100

101

102

103

Table J-11 Terminal Mode Scan Code Set 3 (3/3)

Key Number Make Code Break Code Default Key Mode

73

72

70

7E

70

74

7A

F0 73

F0 72

F0 70

F0 7E

F0 7D

F0 74

F0 7A

Make only

Make only

Make only

Make only

Make only

Make only

Make only

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104

105

+

(Reserved)

Enter

(Reserved)

Esc

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

F10

F11

F12

Print Scrn

Scroll Lock

Pause

Left Win

Right Win

Apps

47

4F

56

5E

57

5F

62

8B

8C

8D

17

1F

27

2F

37

3F

71

84

7C

7B

79

78

08

07

0F

F0 17

F0 1F

F0 27

F0 2F

F0 37

F0 3F

F0 47

F0 4F

F0 56

F0 5E

F0 57

F0 5F

F0 62

F0 8B

F0 8C

F0 8D

F0 71

F0 84

F0 7C

F0 7B

F0 79

F0 78

F0 08

F0 07

F0 0F

Make only

Make only

Typematic

Typematic

Make only

Make only

Make only

Make only

Make only

Make only

Make only

Make only

Make only

Make only

Make only

Make only

Make only

Make only

Make only

Make only

Make only

Make only

Make Break

Make Break

Make Break

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Appendix K

Keyboard Layouts

Infinia™ 7130, 7160, and 7200 Maintenance Manual ---------------------------------------- F-

Infinia™ 7130, 7160, and 7200 Maintenance Manual ---------------------------------------- F-

United States (U.S.) Keyboard

Figure K-31 United States (U.S.) Keyboard

Equium™ Series Maintenance Manual ---------------------------------------------------- K-1

Kanji Keyboard

Figure K-32 Kanji Keyboard

NOTE: This figure is a representation of the Kanji keyboard and may not match the character set exactly.

Equium™ Series Maintenance Manual ---------------------------------------------------- K-2

Equium™ Series Maintenance Manual ---------------------------------------------------- K-3

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