Dell OptiPlex 3030 All In One desktop Owner's Manual

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Statement of Volatility – Dell Optiplex 3030 AIO

CAUTION: A CAUTION indicates either potential damage to hardware or loss of data and tells you how to avoid the problem.

The Dell OptiPlex 3030 AIO contains both volatile and non-volatile (NV) components. Volatile components lose their data immediately after power is removed from the component. Non-volatile (NV) components continue to retain their data even after power is removed from the component. The following NV components are present on the OptiPlex 3030 AIO system board.

Table 1. List of Non-Volatile Components on System Board

Description

Reference

Designator

Volatility Description

User

Accessible for external data

Remedial Action (Action necessary to prevent loss of data)

Embedded

Flash in embedded controller

SMSC5555

Panel EDID

& setting in eDP converter IC

System

BIOS

U9425

U29

J131,

J132

System

Memory –

DDR3 memory

96K bytes non-volatile memory.

2K bytes of on-chip ROM for keyboard controller 256 bytes of on-chip RAM.

Non-volatile memory, 1024 bytes.

No

No

Non Volatile memory, 64 Mbit

(8 MB) & 32 Mbit (4 MB),

System BIOS and Video BIOS for basic boot operation, PSA

(on board diags), PXE diags.

No

Two

SODIMM connectors:

XMM1,3

Volatile memory in OFF state

One to two modules must be populated. System memory size will depend on SODIMM modules and must be between

2 GB and 16 GB.

Yes

Media Card

SD/MS/MM

C/xD

One media card slot:

J56

Non Volatile memory

System memory

SPD

EEPROM

On System memory

SODIMM( s) – 2 present

Non Volatile memory 512

Bytes.

Stores memory manufacturer data and timing information for correct operation of system memory.

Yes

No

TPM U9421 4K bytes non-volatile memory located in the TPM module.

No

N/A

N/A

N/A

Power off system

N/A

N/A

N/A

RTC CMOS Battery Volatile battery back-backed

CMOS memory 256 bytes. Stores

CMOS information.

No

June 2013

Removing the on board Coin Cell battery.

Description

Hard drive(s)

Reference

Designator

Volatility Description

User

Accessible for external data

Remedial Action (Action necessary to prevent loss of data)

User replaceable

– one.

User replaceable

Non Volatile magnetic media, various sizes in GB. May also be SSD (solid state flash drive).

Non Volatile optical media.

Yes

Yes

Low level format

Low level format/erase

CD-

ROM/RW/

DVD/

DVD+RW/

Diskette

Drives

CAUTION: All other components on the system board lose data if power is removed from the system. Primary power loss (unplugging the power cord and removing the battery) destroys all user data on the memory (DDR3). Secondary power loss (removing the on-board coin-cell battery) destroys system data on the system configuration and time-of- day information.

© 2014 Dell Inc.

Trademarks used in this text: Dell™, the DELL logo, OptiPlex™ are trademarks of Dell Inc. SMSC is trademark of Standard Microsystems Corp.

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