Quanta ZW Series Notebook Assembly Guide

Rev. 1.4
Sabio Digital SD-KN1
Notebook Assembly Guide
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Table of Contents
Section 1.0 - Overview.............................................................................. 3
Section 2.0 - Before You Begin................................................................. 3
Section 3.0 - Barebones Package Contents ............................................. 3
Section 3.1 - Screw Kit Contents ……………………………………………………………4
Section 4.0 - System Component Locator ................................................ 5
Section 5.0 - CPU, Thermal Module, & Discrete Graphics Installation ... 6
Section 6.0 - Memory Module Installation............................................... 7
Section 7.0 - Keyboard Installation ......................................................... 8
Section 8.0 - Hard Disk Drive Installation ............................................. 10
Section 9.0 - Installing the Optical Disk Drive....................................... 11
Section 10.0 - Wireless LAN Module Installation .................................. 11
Section 11.0 - Battery Pack Installation and Removal.......................... 11
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San Diego, CA 92111
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Section 1.0 - Overview
The purpose of this manual is to provide step-by-step assembly instructions for
the Sabio Digital KN1 “barebones” whitebook PC manufactured by Quanta
Computer. The KN1 is a flexible, configurable platform allowing the system
builder to quickly and easily install major components including:
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CPU and Thermal Module
Hard Disk Drive
Optical Disk Drive
Wireless LAN Module
Memory Module(s)
Keyboard
Section 2.0 - Before You Begin
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Prepare ample work bench space that is clean and free of obstructions.
Use of proper electrostatic discharge equipment including floor mat, bench
mat, and ESD wristband is highly recommended to avoid damaging the
notebook’s motherboard and/or primary components.
Make sure the notebook is disconnected from any power source.
When installing or upgrading components, always remove the battery
pack for the unit. To remove the battery pack, simply slide and hold the
battery latch and remove the battery by lifting up and out.
Always use the appropriate tools. Although the primary tool required for
assembly is a No. 1 Phillips head screw driver, we recommend also using
a single-slot screwdriver for unlocking and locking flexible cable
connectors, and a pair of tweezers to insert and remove flexible cables.
Section 3.0 - Barebones Package Contents
Every Sabio Digital barebones system comes complete with the following system
and system components:
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KN1 Barebones System*
Screw Kit
CPU Thermal Module
Keyboard
Hard Disk Drive Kit
Optical Disk Drive
AC Adapter
Power Cord
RJ11 Modem Cable
Driver Disk
Assembly Guide
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Check package contents to ensure that all parts have been included. If any parts
are missing, please contact Sabio Digital at 858-715-0070 or send an email to
support@sabioproducts.com. In addition, drivers and a downloadable version of
this manual are available at http://www.sabioproducts.com.
*Barebones System includes upper and lower chassis, motherboard, and LCD.
CPU, memory, wireless card, and hard disk drive are supplied by the system
builder.
Section 3.1 - Screw Kit Contents
The screw kit consists of the following type and sizes of screws:
Description
KN1 Screw Kit
Discrete Graphics (M2.0x4.0-NI Nylock)
Standard Integrated Graphics (M2.0x4.0)
Hard Drive Assembly (M3.0x0.5+3.5I)
HDD Cover, KB, ODD (M2.5x6.0-I Nylock)
KB Cover Assembly (M2.5x11.0-I Nylock)
Part Number
1HYEZZZ04Z7
MM20040ICI8
MS30035I354
MM25060IL69
MM25110IL60
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Discrete graphics screws are for optional discrete graphics card. The standard
integrated graphics option only requires one screw to secure the module.
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Section 4.0 - System Component Locator
Illustrations 4a and 4b highlight the locations of the major components and subassemblies of the Quanta KN1 notebook:
Memory Slots
CPU & CPU
Thermal
Discrete
Graphics
Board Connector
Optical Disk Drive
Bluetooth Bay
Battery
Bay
Hard
Disk
Drive
Wireless
LAN
Illustration 4a – Bottom View
Mic
Wireless LAN
Antenna
Optical Disk
Drive
Keyboard
Keyboard
Opening
Illustration 4b – Top View
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Section 5.0 – CPU, Thermal Module, and Discrete Graphics Installation
Follow these steps to install the CPU, thermal module, and optional discrete
graphics card on the Quanta KN1 notebook:
1. Be sure that power is disconnected and the battery pack is removed.
2. Lay notebook bottom-side up. The CPU, thermal module, and discrete
graphics assemblies are accessed from the bottom of the unit.
3. Remove cover plate using a small Phillips screwdriver.
4. Make sure the CPU socket is in the unlocked position by turning captured
screw head fully counter-clockwise.
5. Carefully place CPU on socket connector. Align arrow printed on top of
the CPU module with corresponding arrow on socket connector.
6. Lock CPU into place by turning the captured screw head clockwise until it
stops. Do not tighten!
7. For KN1 units with discrete graphics, install the discrete graphics card by
inserting the card into the graphics card connector. Install before installing
the CPU thermal module. (#1, Illustration 5)
8. Align Thermal Module on top of CPU module and secure using three
captured screws (#2, Illustration 5)
9. Connect CPU fan wire from the Thermal Module to motherboard
connector. (#3, Illustration 5)
10. Secure the graphics card to the unit by fastening six screws (M2.0 x 4.0NI Nylock) with a Phillips screwdriver. (#4, Illustration 5)
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#1
#4
Illustration 5 – CPU, Thermal Assembly, and Discrete Graphics
11. Install memory module(s) before replacing CPU thermal assembly cover.
(See Section 6.0 – Memory Module Installation)
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Section 6.0 - Memory Module Installation
There are two memory expansion SODIMM slots on the SD-KN1 notebook, and
the notebook comes standard with no memory installed. The memory capacity is
upgradeable up to 2GB using two 1025MB memory modules. To install a memory
module follow these basic steps:
1. Remove memory module cover (same as the CPU thermal module cover)
on the bottom of the notebook using a small Phillips screwdriver.
2. Notice that each memory module is keyed and can be only installed
properly by aligning the notches of the module with the guides in the
SODIMM connector.
3. Insert the memory module at a 45-degree angle into the connector and
press down until the module clicks into place. (Illustration 6)
4. Replace memory module cover.
Illustration 6 – Insert memory module at 45-degree angle
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Section 7.0 - Keyboard Installation
The keyboard is packaged separately and must be installed by the system
builder. To install the keyboard, follow these instructions:
1. Open up the notebook completely so that the LCD is level with the lower
bottom chassis. This will provide unobstructed access for removing the
keyboard cover (or also commonly referred to as the “C” surface).
(Illustration 7a)
2. Using a small flathead screwdriver, insert the tip of the screwdriver
between the keyboard and the keyboard cover in the area under the email
hotkey button and gently pry up the cover. This will cause the cover to
pop up far enough where it can be removed completely by hand.
Illustration 7a – Keyboard Cover
3. Check to see that the flat cable connector on the motherboard is in the
unlocked position (#1 & #3, Illustration 7b)
Illustration 7b – Keyboard Cable Connector
4. With the keyboard lying on top of the palm rest, insert the keyboard cable
into the keyboard connector on the motherboard. (#2, Illustration 7b)
5. Lock keyboard connector on each end by hand or with a small flathead
screwdriver. (#1 & #3, Illustration 7b)
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6. Position keyboard flat into the keyboard opening and slide into place
under the two side latches. (Press right “Crtl” key to aide in positioning.)
7. Fasten two screws (M2.5x6.0-I) on top of keyboard to lock the keyboard
into the chassis.
8. Turn unit upside down and fasten
one screw (M2.5x11-I Nylock) to
the bottom case to secure the
keyboard from underneath the
chassis. The keyboard screw can
be found by looking for the “K”
label as shown in Illustration 7d
9. Replace the keyboard cover by
gently snapping it into place.
10. Re-fasten two screws (M2.5x4.0)
to the back (port side) of each
hinge to secure the keyboard
cover as shown in Illustration 7e.
Illustration 7d – Keyboard Screws
Illustration 7e– Location of Keyboard Hinge Screws
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Section 8.0 - Hard Disk Drive Installation
Installing the hard disk drive is a two-step process. The first process involves
assembling the hard disk drive into a kit. The second step is to install the
assembled hard disk drive kit into the lower chassis.
Section 8.1 - Assembling the Hard Disk Drive Kit
1. Remove the hard disk drive kit from unit by unscrewing the two screws
that secure it to the notebook chassis.
2. Place the hard disk drive into the kit tray making sure that the screw
holes are aligned properly with screw holes in the tray. (Illustration 8a)
3. Fasten four screws (M3.0x0.5+3.5I), two on each side, to attach the
hard disk drive to the tray. (Illustration 8b)
Illustration 8a – HDD Tray
Illustration 8b – Location of Tray Screws
Section 8.2 - Installing the Hard Disk Drive Kit into the Notebook
1. Once the hard drive kit has
been assembled, carefully push
the kit into the drive bay until it
is connected.
2. Tuck the plastic tab used for
removing the hard disk drive
module away to prevent it from
interfering with the hard drive
door.
3. Using a small Phillips
screwdriver, secure the hard
drive by re-fastening two
screws (M2.5x6.0-I) to the hard
drive door. (Illustration 8c)
llustration 8c – Cover Screws Screws
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Section 9.0 - Installing the Optical Disk Drive
To install, simply slide the optical disk drive into the optical disk drive module
located on the right side of the lower chassis until it locks into place.
Section 10.0 - Wireless LAN Module Installation
1. Remove the wireless LAN module cover located on the bottom of the
lower chassis by unfastening the screw.
2. Install the wireless LAN module into the Mini-PCI slot by inserting the card
at a 45-degree angle into the slot. Like memory modules, the wireless
LAN card is keyed and can only be correctly inserted one way.
3. Gently press down on the card to seat it in the connector.
4. Make sure that the two tabs on
either side of the card are
inserted into the slots.
5. Connect the black and white
antenna wires to the connectors
on the wireless LAN card by
carefully matching the black wire
to the “main” connector and the
white wire to the “aux”
connector. Carefully arrange the
antenna cable on top of the
module. (#1, Illustration 10a) Do
not place it on the motherboard.
(#2, Illustration 10a)
6. Replace the cover and re-fasten
cover screw.
Illustration 10 – Wireless LAN
Section 11.0 - Battery Pack Installation and Removal
1. To install the battery pack, turn the notebook upside down and slide it in
until it locks into place.
2. To remove the battery pack, turn the notebook upside down and at the
same time, slide the battery latch open and then lift out the battery pack.
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