HP NetServer E 60

HP NetServer E60

Quick Service

Reference Guide

Last Updated: May 1999

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© Copyright 1999, Hewlett-Packard Company.

Audience Assumptions

The guide is for HP authorized service personnel who install, administer, and troubleshoot HP NetServers. The

Hewlett-Packard Company assumes you are qualified in the servicing of computer equipment and trained in recognizing hazards in products with hazardous energy levels.

Table of Contents

HP NetServer E60 System Information........................................................... 1

Front and Back Views ................................................................................ 1

Removing and Replacing the Cover ........................................................... 1

Memory ..................................................................................................... 2

Boot Device Priority ................................................................................... 2

Exploded Views ......................................................................................... 3

Replaceable Parts List ............................................................................... 4

Keyboards.................................................................................................. 5

Power Cords .............................................................................................. 5

System Board Illustration ........................................................................... 6

System Switch Details................................................................................ 7

Specifications............................................................................................. 8

Notes: ...................................................................................................... 10

HP NetServer E60 System Information

Front and Back Views

Floppy Drive

CD-ROM Drive

Optional Tape

Backup Drive

Power On/

Off/Sleep

On/Off/Sleep

Indicator

SCSI/IDE

Activity

Power

Keyboard

Mouse

Serial Port A

Parallel Port

Serial Port B

LAN RJ45

Key Lock

Fold Out Feet

Removing and Replacing the Cover

To remove and replace the cover, you will need a Torx 15 driver or 1/4-inch flat blade screwdriver.

External SCSI

Port Knock-out

Video

SVGA

Key Lock

Screws

Screws

Removing the Cover

1

Front of Chassis

Bottom of Chassis

Installing the cover

Memory

The NetServer E 60's main memory is implemented with 3.3V, 100 MHz, unbuffered SDRAM DIMMs (Dual In-Line

Memory Modules). The NetServer E 60 ships with at least 64 MB of main memory and supports up to 1 GB. Memory is available in the following DIMM capacities: 64, 128, and 256 MB.

There are four DIMM sockets on the system board. DIMMs may be installed in any combination in any socket.

However, HP recommends starting at socket 0 and filling the sockets in order: 1, 2, and 3.

Use only HP DIMMs.

Boot Device Priority

1. IDE CD-ROM Drive

2. Flexible Disk Drive

3. Embedded SCSI A

4. Embedded SCSI B

5. PCI 2

6. PCI 1

7. PCI 6

8. PCI 3

9. PCI 4

10. PCI 5

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Exploded Views

1

2

3

7

4

5

6

11

7

8

9

10

6

12

14

15

16

17

20

19

18

21

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3

Replaceable Parts List

NOTE

The part numbers listed here are valid at the time of publication. Part numbers may change after publication. If a part number changes, HP's parts price list database will generally contain a reference to the new or revised part number.

If a system board needs to be replaced, remove the processor, memory, video board, and any added accessory boards, and keep them with the system under repair.

* This part is not on an exploded view

** This part number is constantly revised for each new release

Fig Description

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15

16

11

12

13

17

18

19

20

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*

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21

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*

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4

5

6

1

2

3

Cover

Bezel

Drive Bay Cover

Cooling Fan

Chassis

Power Supply

7

8

9a

ATX System board

AGP Video Board

Processor Module, PII/400

9b

9c

Processor Module, PII/450

Processor Module, PIII/500

10a DIMM, E 60, 64 MB

10b DIMM, E 60, 128 MB

10c DIMM, E 60, 256 MB

Battery, 3V coin

Air Flow Guide

Drive Cage

Cable, flexible disk

Cable, IDE CD-ROM

Cable, SCSI, Internal

Tape Drive, SureStore T20 SCSI Travan

Spacer

32x CD-ROM Drive

3.5 inch flexible disk drive

9.1 GB Hard Disk Drive, Ultra 2 Wide

Cable, Power Supply Harness

Foot

E60 Nameplate

CPU terminator card

HP Navigator CD-ROM

Technical Reference Card

Replacement

Not orderable

D7140-63003

Not orderable

D7140-63009

D7140-63002

D6129-63003

D7140-63000

D7140-63008

1821-4611

1821-4203

D7129-63001

D7155-63000

D7156-63000

D7157-63000

D4911-63001

D7140-63012

D7140-63004

D7140-63007

D7140-63014

**

D7140-63010

Exchange

D6129-69003

D7140-69000

D7129-69001

D7155-69000

D7156-69000

D7157-69000

1420-0356

D7140-63011

Not orderable

D7140-63006

D7140-63005

D7140-63001

C4402 or C4402A

Not orderable

D7140-63015

D2035-60282

D7140-69001

D4911-69001

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Keyboards

Language

US #ABA

Dutch #ABH

Russian #ACB

Czech #AKB

Italian #ABZ

Turkish #AB8

Taiwan #AB0

UK/Irish #ABU

Danish #ABY

German #ABD

Portugal #AB9

Greek #AB7

Power Cords

Country

Australia

United States

Denmark

Europe

HP Part Number

D4950-63001

D4950-63006

D4950-63030

D4950-63036

D4950-63017

D4950-63033

D4950-63023

D4950-63013

D4950-63016

D4950-63003

D4950-63027

D4950-63032

Language HP Part Number

Spanish #ABE

French #ABF

Norway #ABN

Swiss #ABP

Poland #AKD

Swiss-German #ABP

Arab-English #ABV

Arab-French #AB6

D4950-63004

D4950-63005

D4950-63009

D4950-63011

D4950-63038

D4950-63011

D4950-63020

D4950-63025

Korean #AB1 D4950-63021

Belgium-Flemish #ABW D4950-63014

Hungary #AKC

Swedish #ABS

D4950-63037

D4950-63012

HP Part Number

8120-1369

8120-1751

8120-2956

8120-1689

Country

UK

Japan

Switzerland

HP Part Number

8120-1351

8120-4753

8120-2104

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System Board Illustration

Power Terminator Processor

PS/2 Style

Keyboard &

Mouse

Serial A

Parallel

Serial B

LAN (RJ45)

Memory Slots

Snap

Flexible

Disk

IDE1

IDE2

AGP Video

PCI Slot 1

PCI Slot 2

PCI Slot 3

Full-sized

PCI Slot 4

Full-sized

PCI Slot 5

Full-sized

PCI Slot 6 shared with

ISA Slot

Full-sized

SCSI B

SCSI A

System

Switches

Status

Connector

Snap

System Board screw not visible when processor is installed

System Board Screw

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System Switch Details

1

2

3

4 5 6 7 8

On

Off

Off = KBD power on

Unused

400 Mhz

450 Mhz

On = Clear Password

On = Clear Configuration

500 Mhz

The switches and each of their definitions are listed below.

Switch position

1

2

3

4

5 - 8

Factory preset

OFF

OFF

OFF

(See table below)

Definition:

Off - let's you power on your system by pressing any key on the keyboard or the poweron button.

On – let's you power on the system only by pressing the power-on button.

Unused

Clears the password. Set the switch to the ON position and restart the NetServer to clear the password. Return the switch to the OFF position and restart the NetServer to return to normal operation.

Resets the CMOS configuration to the default values. Set the switch to the ON position and restart the NetServer to reset the CMOS. Return the switch to the OFF position and restart the NetServer to return to normal operation.

Select processor speed settings. The switch positions may need to be changed when upgrading the processor (see table below).

Processor Switch Settings

The following table shows the settings for each Intel processor module. To set the switches correctly, observe the markings on the replacement processor module. Each processor module will have a speed marking. Use the table below to look up the appropriate switch settings for each of these CPUs.

CPU Speed

400 MHz

450 MHz

500 MHz

Switch 5 Switch 6 Switch 7 Switch 8

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

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Specifications

Temperature

Operating

Non-operating

5

°

to 35

°

C (41

°

to 95

°

-40° to +65° C (-40° to +149° F)

Humidity (non-condensing)

Operating

Non-operating

Altitude

Operating

Non-operating

20% to 80% relative humidity, non-condensing

5% to 95% relative humidity, non-condensing

-30 to 3,000 m (~ 10,000 ft)

-30 to 12,000 m (~ 40,000 ft)

Thermal Output

Maximum Operating 1116 BTU/hr

Hardware

Processors

Chipset

Memory

Video

SCSI

IDE

LAN

PCI Bus

I/O

CD-ROM

Intel Pentium II or III (up to 2 processors), supported speeds:

400, 450, and 500MHz. 512KB level 2 cache on processor.

Intel 440BX AGPset with 66/100 MHz bus speed support.

Supports up to four SDRAM DIMMS for a maximum total of

1GB. Supported DIMM types: 64MB, 128MB, or 256MB unbuffered, 72 bits wide, ECC single-bit correcting, multi-bit detecting.

AGP slot (rev. 1.0 compliant) with bundled ATI Rage IIc AGP

(Accelerated Graphics Port) video with 4MB SDRAM.

Supports up to 1600x1200, 65K colors. AGP IRQ

Enable/disable jumper is set to disable by default. Set to enable if DVD or other video application is used.

Embedded Adaptec AIC-7895 Ultra/wide SCSI dual channel

PCI controller. 40MB/s transfer rate, two 68-pin connectors.

Embedded Ultra DMA/33 E-IDE dual channel PCI controller.

Embedded Intel 82559 10/100 PCI Fast Ethernet Controller.

Wake up on LAN enable/disable via BIOS setup.

32-bit, 33MHz speed. PCI rev. 2.1 compliant.

Two Serial ports. One bi-directional parallel port with

ECP/EPP high speed support. PS/2 style mouse and keyboard connectors.

Bundled HP D4384A CD-ROM drive. IDE interface. 32x speed.

Weight and Dimensions

Weight

Height

Width

Depth

Approx. 30 lbs (14 kg.), depending on configuration – excludes keyboard and monitor.

17.09 inches (434 mm)

7.1 inches (180mm)

11.67 inches (296.5mm) Feet opened

19.57 inches (497mm)

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Power Supply Specifications

Type

Input - Max. Range

Operating Current

In-rush Current

Operating Power

Auto-ranging

100 to 127 VAC ~5 A at 50/60 Hz

200 to 240 VAC ~ 2.85 A at 50/60 Hz

100 VAC: 5.3 A

120 VAC: 4.6 A

200/208 VAC: 3.2 A

220/230 VAC: 2.8 A

25 A

305 W

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Notes:

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