Compaq Evo N600c
b
Maintenance and Service Guide
Compaq Evo N600c
Document Part Number: 235393-001
August 2001
This guide is a troubleshooting reference used for maintaining
and servicing the notebook. It provides comprehensive
information on identifying computer features, components, and
spare parts, troubleshooting computer problems, and performing
computer disassembly procedures.
© 2001 Compaq Computer Corporation
Compaq, Evo, the Compaq logo, and Premier•Sound are trademarks of Compaq
Information Technologies Group, L.P.
Microsoft and Windows are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
Intel and Pentium are trademarks of Intel Corporation.
All other product names mentioned herein may be trademarks of their respective
companies.
Compaq shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions
contained herein. The information in this document is provided “as is” without
warranty of any kind and is subject to change without notice. the warranties for
Compaq products are set forth in the express limited warranty statements
accompanying such products. Nothing herein should be construed as
constituting an additional warranty.
Maintenance and Service Guide
First Edition August 2001
Document Part Number: 235393-001
Contents
1 Product Description
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–1
Clearing a Password . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–4
Power Management. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–5
Computer External Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–6
Design Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–16
2 Troubleshooting
2.1 Computer Setup and Diagnostics Utilities . . . . . . . . 2–1
Selecting Computer Setup or
Compaq Diagnostics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–1
Selecting from the File Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–3
Selecting from the Security Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–4
Selecting from the Advanced Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–5
2.2 Using Compaq Diagnostics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–7
Obtaining, Saving, or Printing
Configuration Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–7
Obtaining, Saving, or Printing Diagnostic
Test Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–8
2.3 Troubleshooting Flowcharts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–10
2.1 Initial Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–11
2.2 No Power, Part 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–12
2.3 No Power, Part 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–13
2.4 No Power, Part 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–14
2.5 No Power, Part 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–15
2.6 No Video, Part 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–16
2.7 No Video, Part 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–17
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2.8 Nonfunctioning Docking Station
(if applicable). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.9 No Operating System (OS) Loading . . . . . . . . .
2.10 No OS Loading from Hard Drive, Part 1. . . . .
2.11 No OS Loading from Hard Drive, Part 2. . . . .
2.12 No OS Loading from Hard Drive, Part 3. . . . .
2.13 No OS Loading from Diskette Drive. . . . . . . .
2.14 No OS Loading from CD- or
DVD-ROM Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.15 No Audio, Part 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.16 No Audio, Part 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.17 Nonfunctioning Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.18 Nonfunctioning Keyboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.19 Nonfunctioning Pointing Device . . . . . . . . . . .
2.20 Network or Modem Connection Problems . . .
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2–19
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2–21
2–22
2–23
2–24
2–25
2–26
2–27
2–28
2–29
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3 Illustrated Parts Catalog
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
Serial Number Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3–1
Computer System Major Components . . . . . . . . . . . 3–2
Miscellaneous Plastics Kit Components . . . . . . . . . . 3–8
Mass Storage Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3–9
Miscellaneous . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3–12
4 Removal and Replacement Preliminaries
4.1 Tools Required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.2 Service Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Plastic Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cables and Connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.3 Preventing Damage to Removable Drives . . . . . . . .
4.4 Preventing Electrostatic Damage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.5 Packaging and Transporting Precautions . . . . . . . . .
4.6 Workstation Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7 Grounding Equipment and Methods . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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5 Removal and Replacement Procedures
5.1 Serial Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5–2
5.2 Disassembly Sequence Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5–3
5.3 Preparing the Computer for Disassembly . . . . . . . . . 5–4
5.4 Computer Feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5–5
5.4 Keyboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5–6
5.5 Modem/Network Interface Card (NIC). . . . . . . . . . 5–10
5.6 Real Time Clock (RTC) Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5–12
5.7 TouchPad or Touch Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5–13
5.8 Switch Cover. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5–15
5.9 Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5–17
5.10 Top Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5–20
5.11 System Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5–23
5.12 Fan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5–27
5.13 DC-DC Converter Board. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5–30
5.15 Modem Cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5–33
6 Specifications
A Connector Pin Assignments
B Power Cord Set Requirements
3-Conductor Power Cord Set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Country-Specific Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
B–1
B–1
B–2
B–2
C Screw Listing
Index
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1
Product Description
The Compaq Evo N600c Series of Personal Computers offers
advanced modularity, Mobile Intel Pentium III processors-M with
64-bit architecture, industry-leading Accelerated Graphics Port
(AGP) implementation, and extensive multimedia support.
Figure 1-1. Compaq Evo N600c
1.1 Features
■
Mobile Intel Pentium III processor 1.066 GHz-M or
866MHz-M, with 512-KB integrated L2 cache, varying by
computer model
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■
ATI Mobility Radeon with 64-bit video graphics,
16-MB double date rate (DDR) SDRAM, 4X AGP
graphics card
■
128-MB high-performance Synchronous DRAM (SDRAM),
expandable to 1024 MB
■
Microsoft Windows 98, Windows NT 4.0, or Windows 2000
preinstalled, varying by computer model
■
14.1-inch, XGA, TFT (1024 × 768) display, with over
16.7 million colors
■
Full-size TouchPad or pointing stick keyboard, varying by
computer model
■
Mini PCI 10/100 network interface card (NIC) or Mini PCI
V.90 modem plus 10/100 NIC combination card, varying by
computer model
■
Support for two Type II PC Card slots with support for both
32-bit CardBus and 16-bit PC Cards
■
External AC adapter with power cord
■
8-cell Lithium ion (Li ion) battery pack
■
30-, 20-, or 15-GB high-capacity hard drive
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■
Connectors for:
❏
RJ-11 modem
❏
Mono microphone
❏
Stereo line-out/headphone
❏
MultiPort
❏
Universal Serial Bus
❏
Docking
❏
Parallel devices
❏
Serial devices
❏
Composite TV
❏
External keyboard/mouse
❏
RJ-45 network
❏
External monitor
❏
AC power
Stereo speakers providing Compaq Premier·Sound™ 16-bit
stereo sound
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1.2 Clearing a Password
If the notebook you are servicing has an unknown password,
follow these steps to clear the password. These steps also
clear CMOS.
1. Prepare the computer for disassembly (refer to Section 5.3,
“Preparing the Computer for Disassembly,” for more
information).
2. Remove the RTC battery (refer to Section 5.7, “Real Time
Clock (RTC) Battery”).
3. Wait approximately five minutes.
4. Replace the RTC battery and reassemble the computer.
5. Connect AC power to the computer. Do not reinsert any
battery packs at this time.
6. Turn on the computer.
All passwords and all CMOS settings have been cleared.
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1.3 Power Management
The computer comes with power management features that
extend battery operating time and conserve power. The computer
supports the following power management features:
■
Standby
■
Hibernation
■
Setting customization by the user
■
Hotkeys for setting level of performance
■
Smart battery that provides an accurate battery power gauge
■
Battery calibration
■
Lid switch suspend/resume
■
Power/suspend button
■
Advanced Configuration and Power Management (ACP)
compliance
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Product Description
1.4 Computer External Components
The external components on the front and right side of the
computer are shown in Figure 1-2 and described in Table 1-2.
.
Figure 1-2. Front and Right Side Components
Table 1-2
Front and Right Side Panel Components
Item
Component
Function
1
Display release latch
Opens the computer.
2
RJ-11 jack (internal
modem models only)
Connects the modem cable to an internal
modem. A modem cable is included with
internal modem models.
3
MultiBay
Accepts a diskette drive, CD- or DVD-ROM
drive, or secondary battery pack.
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Table 1-2
Front and Right Side Panel Components (Continued)
Item
Component
Function
4
Security cable slot
Attaches an optional security cable to the
computer.
5
Mono microphone jack
Connects a mono microphone, disabling the
built-in microphone.
6
Stereo line-out/
headphone jack
Connects stereo speakers, headphones,
headset, or television audio.
7
Volume control buttons
Adjust the volume of the stereo speakers.
8
Infrared port
Links to another IrDA-compliant device for
wireless communication.
9
Power light
On: Power is turned on.
Blinking: Computer is in Standby. The
power light also blinks if a battery pack that
is the only available power source reaches
a low-battery condition.
10
Battery light
On: A battery pack is charging.
Blinking: A battery pack that is the only
available power source has reached a
low-battery condition.
11
Drive activity light
Turns on when the hard drive, CD-, or
DVD-ROM drive is accessed.
12
Diskette drive light
Turns on when the diskette drive in the
Media Bay or the optional external diskette
drive is accessed.
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The computer right side and rear panel components are shown in
Figure 1-3 and described in Table 1-3.
Figure 1-3. Right Side and Rear Panel Components
Table 1-3
Right Side and Rear Panel Components
Item
Component
Function
1
MultiPort
Connects wireless communication devices,
such as a Bluetooth or 802.11b MultiPort
Module, and other options.
2
DC power jack
Connects any one of the following:
3
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Keyboard/mouse
connector
■
AC adapter
■
Optional automobile power
adapter/charger
■
Optional aircraft power adapter
Connects an external keyboard or
PS/2-compatible external mouse. To
connect a keyboard and a mouse at the
same time, use an optional Y-adapter.
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Table 1-3
Right Side and Rear Panel Components (Continued)
Item
Component
Function
4
Parallel connector
Connects a parallel device.
5
Docking connector
Connects the computer to the optional
expansion base, convenience base, or port
replicator.
6
Serial connector
Connects a serial device.
7
External monitor
connector
Connects an external monitor or overhead
projector.
8
Composite TV
connector
Connects a television, VCR, camcorder, or
overhead projector.
9
RJ-45 jack (network
models only)
Connects the network cable. A network
cable is not included with the computer.
10
USB connectors (2)
Connects USB devices.
11
Vent
Allows airflow to cool internal components.
To prevent damage, the
ÄCAUTION:
computer shuts down if an
overheating condition occurs. Do
not block the cooling vent. Avoid
placing the computer on a blanket,
rug, or other flexible surface that
may cover the vent area.
12
Hard drive
Supports the removable primary hard drive.
Two screws secure the hard drive to the
computer.
13
PC Card slots (2)
Support a 32-bit (CardBus) or 16-bit PC
Card.
14
PC Card eject buttons
Eject a PC Card from a PC Card slot.
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The keyboard components are shown in Figure 1-4 and described
in Table 1-4.
Figure 1-4. Keyboard Components
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Table 1-4
Keyboard Components
Item
Component
Function
1
Fn key
Used with hotkeys to perform preset
hotkey functions.
2
Caps lock key
Turns on the caps lock function.
3
F1 through F12
function keys
Perform preset functions.
4
Embedded numeric
keypad
Converts keys to numeric keypad.
5
Cursor control keys
Move the cursor around the screen.
6
Windows application key
Displays a menu when using a Microsoft
application. The menu is the same one
that is displayed by pressing the right
mouse button.
7
Windows logo key
Displays Windows Start menu.
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The components on the top of the computer are shown in
Figure 1-5 and described in Table 1-5.
Figure 1-5. Top Components
Table 1-5
Top Components
Item
Component
Function
1
Num lock light
On: Num lock is on and the embedded
numeric keypad is enabled.
2
Scroll lock light
On: Scroll is on.
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Table 1-5
Top Components (Continued)
Item
Component
Function
3
Caps lock light
On: Caps lock is on.
4
Standby button
Turns on the computer if it is off.
Initiates and exits Standby.
When pressed with the Fn key, initiates
Hibernation.
5
Stereo speakers (2)
Produce stereo sound.
6
Easy Access buttons (4)
Provide quick access to the Internet. Refer
to the Hardware Guide that ships with the
computer for information about these
buttons.
7
Power switch
Turns on the computer. To turn off the
computer, use the operating system
Shut Down command.
8
Pointing stick
Moves the mouse cursor.
9
Right mouse button
Functions like the right mouse button on an
external mouse.
10
Scroll button
Can be set to scroll, magnify, or function like
the third button on an external mouse.
11
Left mouse button
Functions like the left mouse button on an
external mouse.
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The external components on the bottom of the computer are
shown in Figure 1-6 and described in Table 1-6.
Figure 1-6. Bottom Components
Table 1-6
Bottom Components
Item
Component
Function
1
MultiBay
Accepts a diskette drive, CD- or
DVD-ROM drive, or secondary
battery pack.
2
MultiBay release latch
Releases the MultiBay device from
the connector.
3
Air vent
Allows airflow to cool internal
components.
4
Fan
Provides airflow to cool internal
components.
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Table 1-6
Bottom Components (Continued)
Item
Component
Function
5
Certificate of Authenticity label
Contains the Product Key, which
may need to be entered before
using some Windows operating
systems.
6
Hard drive security screw
Secures the hard drive.
7
Memory expansion
compartment cover
Covers the memory expansion
compartment that contains two
memory expansion slots for
memory expansion boards.
8
Docking recess latch
Secures the computer to an
optional expansion base,
convenience base, or port
replicator.
9
Battery release latch
Releases the battery pack from
the battery compartment.
10
Battery compartment
Holds the battery pack.
11
Serial number
Identifies the computer; needed
when you call Compaq customer
support.
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Product Description
1.5 Design Overview
This section presents a design overview of key parts and features
of the computer. Refer to Chapter 3, “Illustrated Parts Catalog,” to
identify replacement parts, and Chapter 5, “Removal and
Replacement Procedures,” for disassembly steps. The system
board provides the following device connections:
■
Memory expansion board
■
Hard drive
■
Display
■
Keyboard/TouchPad or pointing stick
■
Audio
■
Intel Pentium III processors
■
Fan
■
PC Card
■
Modem or modem/NIC
The computer uses an electrical fan for ventilation. The fan is
controlled by a temperature sensor and is designed to turn on
automatically when high temperature conditions exist. These
conditions are affected by high external temperatures, system
power consumption, power management/battery conservation
configurations, battery fast charging, and software applications.
Exhaust air is displaced through the ventilation grill located on
the left side of the computer.
Ä
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CAUTION: To properly ventilate the computer, allow at least a 3-inch
(7.6 cm) clearance on the left and right sides of the computer.
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Troubleshooting
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WARNING: Only authorized technicians trained by Compaq should
repair this equipment. All troubleshooting and repair procedures
are detailed to allow only subassembly/module level repair.
Because of the complexity of the individual boards and
subassemblies, no one should attempt to make repairs at the
component level or to make modifications to any printed wiring
board. Improper repairs can create a safety hazard. Any indication
of component replacement or printed wiring board modification may
void any warranty or exchange allowances.
2.1 Computer Setup and
Diagnostics Utilities
Selecting Computer Setup or
Compaq Diagnostics
The computer features two Compaq system management utilities:
■
Computer Setup—A system information and customization
utility that can be used even when your operating system is
not working or will not load. This utility includes settings that
are not available in Windows.
■
Compaq Diagnostics—A system information and diagnostic
utility that is used within your Windows operating system.
Use this utility whenever possible to:
❏
Display system information.
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Troubleshooting
❏
Test system components.
❏
Troubleshoot a device configuration problem in
Windows 98, Windows 2000, or Windows Me.
necessary to configure a device that is connected to a
✎ ItUSBis notconnector
on the computer or to an optional docking base.
Using Computer Setup
Information and settings in Computer Setup are accessed from
the File, Security, or Advanced menus:
1. Turn on or restart the computer. Press F10 while the
F10 = ROM Based Setup message is displayed in the
lower-left corner of the screen.
❏
To change the language, press F2.
❏
To view navigation information, press F1.
❏
To return to the Computer Setup menu, press esc.
2. Select the File, Security, or Advanced menu.
3. To close Computer Setup and restart the computer:
❏
Select File > Save Changes and Exit and press enter.
or
❏
Select File > Ignore Changes and Exit and press enter.
4. When you are prompted to confirm your action, press F10.
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Selecting from the File Menu
Table 2-1
File Menu
Select
To Do This
System Information
■
View identification information about the
computer, a docking base, and any battery
packs in the system.
■
View specification information about the
processor, memory and cache size, and
system ROM.
Save to Floppy
Save system configuration settings to a diskette.
Restore from Floppy
Restore system configuration settings from a
diskette.
Restore Defaults
Replace configuration settings in Computer
Setup with factory default settings. (Identification
information is retained.)
Ignore Changes and Exit
Cancel changes entered during the current
session, then exit and restart the computer.
Save Changes and Exit
Save changes entered during the current
session, then exit and restart the computer.
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Troubleshooting
Selecting from the Security Menu
Table 2-2
Security Menu
Select
To Do This
Setup Password
Enter, change, or delete a setup password. (The
setup password is called an administrator
password in Compaq Computer Security, a
program accessed from the Windows Control
Panel.)
Power-on Password
Enter, change, or delete a power-on password.
DriveLock Passwords
Enable/disable DriveLock; change a DriveLock
User or Master password.
Lock Settings are accessible only
✎ Drive
when you enter Computer Setup by
turning on (not restarting) the computer.
Password Options
Enable/disable:
options
✎ Password
can be selected
■
QuickLock
■
QuickLock on Suspend
■
QuickBlank
only when a
power-on
password has
been set.
enable QuickLock on Suspend or
✎ To
QuickBlank, you must first enable
QuickLock.
Device Security
Enable/disable:
■
Ports or diskette drives*
■
Diskette write*
■
CD-ROM or diskette startup
for a DVD-ROM can be
✎ Settings
entered in the CD-ROM field.
System IDs
Enter identification numbers for the computer, a
docking base, and all battery packs in the
system.
*Not applicable to SuperDisk LS-120 drives.
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Selecting from the Advanced Menu
Table 2-3
Advanced Menu
Select
To Do This
Language (or press F2)
Change the Computer Setup language.
Boot Options
Enable/disable:
Device Options
■
QuickBoot, which starts the computer more
quickly by eliminating some startup tests. (If
you suspect a memory failure and want to
test memory automatically during startup,
disable QuickBoot.)
■
MultiBoot, which sets a startup sequence
that can include most bootable devices and
media in the system.
■
Enable/disable the embedded numeric
keypad at startup.
■
Enable/disable multiple standard pointing
devices at startup. (To set the computer to
support only a single, usually nonstandard,
pointing device at startup, select Disable.)
■
Enable/disable USB legacy support for a
USB keyboard. (When USB legacy support
is enabled, the keyboard works even when a
Windows operating system is not loaded.)
■
Set an optional external monitor or overhead
projector connected to a video card in a
docking base as the primary device. (When
the computer display is set as secondary,
the computer must be shut down before
undocking from a docking base.)
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Table 2-3
Advanced Menu (Continued)
Select
To Do This
Device Options
(continued)
■
Change the parallel port mode from EPP
(Enhanced Parallel Port [default]) to
standard, bidirectional, or ECP (Enhanced
Capabilities Port).
■
Set video-out mode to NTSC (default), PAL,
NTSC-J, or PAL-M.*
■
Enable/disable all settings in the SpeedStep
window. (When Disable is selected, the
computer runs in Battery Optimized mode.)
■
Specify how the computer recognizes
multiple identical docking bases that are
identically equipped. (Select Disable to
recognize the docking bases as a single
docking base; select Enable to recognize the
docking bases individually, by serial
number.)
■
Enable/disable the reporting of the
processor serial number by the processor to
the software.
HDD Self Test Options
Run a quick comprehensive self test on hard
drives in the system that support the test
features.
*Video modes vary even within regions. However, NTSC is common in North
America; PAL, in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East; NTSC-J, in Japan; and
PAL-M, in Brazil. Other South and Central American regions may use NTSC,
PAL, or PAL-M.
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2.2 Using Compaq Diagnostics
When you access Compaq Diagnostics, a scan of all system
components is displayed on the screen before the Compaq
Diagnostics window opens.
You can display more or less information from anywhere within
Compaq Diagnostics by selecting Level on the menu bar.
Compaq Diagnostics is designed to test Compaq components. If
non-Compaq components are tested, the results may be
inconclusive.
Obtaining, Saving, or Printing
Configuration Information
1. Access Compaq Diagnostics by selecting Start > Settings >
Control Panel > Compaq Diagnostics.
2. Select Categories, then select a category from the
drop-down list.
❏
To save the information, select File > Save As.
❏
To print the information, select File > Print.
3. To close Compaq Diagnostics, select File > Exit.
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Troubleshooting
Obtaining, Saving, or Printing Diagnostic
Test Information
1. Access Compaq Diagnostics by selecting Start > Settings >
Control Panel > Compaq Diagnostics.
2. Select the Test tab.
3. In the scroll box, select the category or device you want
to test.
4. Select a test type:
2–8
❏
Quick Test—Runs a quick, general test on each device in
a selected category.
❏
Complete Test—Performs maximum testing on each
device in a selected category.
❏
Custom Test—Performs maximum testing on a selected
device.
◆
To run all tests for your selected device, select the
Check All button.
◆
To run only the tests you select, select the Uncheck
All button, then select the checkbox for each test you
want to run.
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Troubleshooting
5. Select a test mode:
❏
Interactive Mode—Provides maximum control over the
testing process. You determine whether the test was
passed or failed and may be prompted to insert or remove
devices.
❏
Unattended Mode—Does not display prompts. If errors
are found, they are displayed when testing is complete.
6. Select the Begin Testing button.
7. Select a tab to view a test report:
❏
Status tab—Summarizes the tests run, passed, and failed
during the current testing session.
❏
Log tab—Lists tests run on the system, the number of
times each test has run, the number of errors found on
each test, and the total run time of each test.
❏
Error tab—Lists all errors found in the computer with
their error codes.
8. Select a tab to save the report:
❏
Log tab—Select the Log tab Save button.
❏
Error tab—Select the Error tab Save button.
9. Select the Log tab to print the report.
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Troubleshooting
2.3 Troubleshooting Flowcharts
Table 2-4
Troubleshooting Flowcharts Overview
Flowchart
2–10
Description
2.1
Initial troubleshooting
2.2
No power, part 1
2.3
No power, part 2
2.4
No power, part 3
2.5
No power, part 4
2.6
No video, part 1
2.7
No video, part 2
2.8
Nonfunctioning docking station
2.9
No operating system (OS) loading
2.10
No OS loading from hard drive, part 1
2.11
No OS loading from hard drive, part 2
2.12
No OS loading from hard drive, part 3
2.13
No OS loading from diskette drive
2.14
No OS loading from CD- or DVD-ROM drive
2.15
No audio, part 1
2.16
No audio, part 2
2.17
Nonfunctioning device
2.18
Nonfunctioning keyboard
2.19
Nonfunctioning pointing device
2.20
No network or modem connection
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Troubleshooting
2.1 Initial Troubleshooting
Begin
Troubleshooting
N
Go to
Section 2.2,
No Power.
Is there
power?
Y
N
Check
LED board,
speaker
connections.
Beeps,
LEDs, or error
Messages?
N
Y
Go to
Section 2.17,
Nonfunctioning
Device.
All drives
working?
N
Y
Go to
Section 2.6,
No Video.
Is there video?
(no boot)
N
Keyboard/
pointing
device
working?
Y
N
Y
Go to
Section 2.9,
No OS Loading.
Is the OS
loading?
N
Connecting
to network
or modem?
Y
N
Is there
sound?
Y
Go to
Section 2.15,
No Audio.
Go to
Section 2.18,
Nonfunctioning
Keyboard,
or Section 2.19,
Nonfunctioning
Pointing Device.
Go to
Section 2.20,
No Network
or Modem
Connection.
End
Y
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Troubleshooting
2.2 No Power, Part 1
No Power
(Power LED is off)
Remove from
docking station
if applicable.
N
N
Power up
on battery
power?
Go to
Section 2.3,
No Power,
Part 2.
Power up
on battery
power?
*Reset
power.
Y
Y
N
N
Power up
on AC
power?
Power up
on AC
power?
*Reset
power.
Y
Go to
Section 2.4,
No Power,
Part 3.
Y
Y
Power up
in docking
station?
Done
N
1. Reseat power cables in docking station
and at the AC outlet.
2. Ensure the AC power source is active.
3. Ensure the power strip is working.
Y
Done
2–12
*Notes:
1. On some models, there is a separate res
button.
2. On some models, the computer may be
reset using the Standby switch and eithe
the lid switch or the main power switch.
N
Power up
in docking
station?
Go to
Section 2.8,
Nonfunctioning
Docking Station
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Troubleshooting
2.3 No Power, Part 2
Continued from
Section 2.2,
No Power, Part 1.
Visually check for
debris in battery
socket and clean
if necessary.
Y
Power on?
Done
N
Check battery by
recharging,
moving to another
computer, or
replacing it.
N
Power on?
Replace power
supply (if
applicable).
Y
N
Done
Power on?
Go to
Section 2.4,
No Power,
Part 3.
Y
Done
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Troubleshooting
2.4 No Power, Part 3
Continued from
Section 2.3,
No Power, Part 2.
Plug directly
into AC outlet.
Y
Power LED
on?
Done
N
Reseat AC adapter
in computer and
at power source.
Y
Power on?
Done
N
N
Power outlet
active?
External
Try different
outlet.
Y
Internal
Go to
Section 2.5,
No Power,
Part 4.
Replace
power cord.
Replace external
AC adapter.
N
Power on?
Y
Y
Power on?
Internal or
external AC
adapter?
Done
Done
N
2–14
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Troubleshooting
2.5 No Power, Part 4
Continued from
Section 2.4,
No Power, Part 3.
Open
computer.
Y
Loose or
damaged
parts?
N
Reseat loose
components and
boards and
replace
damaged items.
Close
computer and
retest.
N
Power on?
Replace the following items, if applicable.
Check computer operation after each
replacement:
1. Internal DC-DC converter*
2. Internal AC adapter
3. Processor board*
4. System board*
Y
Done
*Replace these items as a set to prevent
shorting out among components.
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Troubleshooting
2.6 No Video, Part 1
No Video
Docking
Station
Stand-alone
or Docking
Station?
Go to
Section 2.7,
No Video, Part 2.
*Note: To change from internal to
external display, use the hotkey
combination.
Standalone
Internal or
external
display*?
Y
Adjust
brightness.
Depress lid
switch to ensure
operation.
A
Adjust
brightness.
Y
Video OK?
Done
N
Internal
External
Video OK?
Y
Video OK?
Done
Done
N
N
Replace the following one at a time. Test after each replacement:
1. Cable between notebook and computer display (if applicable)
2. Inverter board (if applicable)
3. Display
4. System board
Check for bent
pins on cable.
N
Video OK?
Y
Try
another
display.
Internal and
external
video OK?
Replace
system
board.
Y
Done
2–16
N
Done
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Troubleshooting
2.7 No Video, Part 2
Continued from
Section 2.6,
No Video, Part 1.
Remove
notebook from
docking station,
if connected.
Adjust
display
brightness.
Check brightness
of external
monitor.
N
Y
Go to “A” in
Section 2.6,
No Video, Part 1.
Video OK?
Y
Video OK?
Done
N
Check for notebook properly
seated in docking station, bent
pins on cable, and for monitor
connection.
Try another
external
monitor.
Y
Video OK?
Y
Internal
and external
video OK?
Done
N
Done
N
Adjust external
monitor display.
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Go to Section 2.8,
Nonfunctioning
Docking Station.
2–17
Troubleshooting
2.8 Nonfunctioning Docking Station
(if applicable)
Nonfunctioning
docking station
Reseat power
cord in docking
station and
power outlet.
Check voltage
setting on
docking station.
Reinstall
notebook into
docking station.
Y
Reset monitor
cable connector at
docking station.
Docking
station
operating?
Done
N
Y
Docking
station
operating?
N
Remove
notebook, reseat
all internal parts,
and replace any
damaged items in
docking station.
2–18
Done
Replace these docking station components
one at a time. Check computer operation
after each replacement:
1. Power supply
2. I/O board
3. Backplane board
4. Switch box
5. Docking motor mechanism
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Troubleshooting
2.9 No Operating System (OS) Loading
No OS
loading
Reseat power
cord in docking
station and
power outlet.
No OS loading
from hard drive,
go to
Section 2.10.
No OS loading
form diskette
drive, go to
Section 2.13.
No OS loading
from CD- or
DVD-ROM drive,
go to
Section 2.14.
No OS loading
from network,
go to
Section 2.20.
NOTE: Before beginning, always check
cable connections, cable ends, and drives
for bent or damaged pins.
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Troubleshooting
2.10 No OS Loading from Hard Drive, Part 1
OS not
loading from
hard drive.
Y
Nonsystem
disk message?
N
Go to
Section 2.11,
No OS Loading
from Hard Drive,
Part 2.
Reseat
external
hard drive.
Y
OS loading?
Done
N
N
Boot
from
CD?
N
Y
Boot
from
diskette?
Check the setup
utility for correct
booting order.
Y
Go to
Section 2.13,
No OS
Loading from
Diskette Drive.
Change boot
priority through
the setup utility
and reboot.
N
Boot
from
hard drive?
N
Y
Boot
from
hard drive?
Done
Go to
Section 2.17,
Nonfunctioning
Device.
Y
2–20
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Troubleshooting
2.11 No OS Loading from Hard Drive, Part 2
Continued from
Section 2.10,
No OS Loading
from Hard Drive,
Part 1.
Reseat
hard drive.
N
1. Replace hard
drive.
2. Replace system
board.
CD or
diskette in
drive?
Y
Hard drive
accessible?
Y
Done
N
Remove
diskette and
reboot.
Run FDISK.
Y
Boot
from
hard drive?
N
Done
N
Create partition,
then format hard
drive to bootable
C:\ prompt.
Hard drive
partitioned?
Y
N
Boot
from diskette
drive?
Y
N
Go to
Section 2.13,
No OS Loading
from Diskette
Drive.
Hard drive
formatted?
Y
Format hard drive
and bring to a
bootable C:\
prompt.
N
Y
Hard drive
accessible?
Y
Computer
booted?
Done
Go to
Section 2.12,
No OS Loading
from Hard Drive,
Part 3.
Maintenance and Service Guide
N
Load OS using
Restore CD if
applicable.
Go to
Section 2.12,
No OS Loading
from Hard Drive,
Part 3.
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Troubleshooting
2.12 No OS Loading from Hard Drive, Part 3
Continued from
Section 2.11,
No OS Loading
from Hard Drive,
Part 2.
N
System
files on hard
drive?
Install OS
and reboot.
Y
Y
Y
Virus
on hard
drive?
OS
loading from
hard drive?
Clean virus.
N
Done
N
Y
Run SCANDISK
and check for
bad sectors.
Diagnostics
on diskette?
Replace
hard drive.
N
N
Can bad
sectors
be fixed?
Run diagnostics
and follow
recommendations.
Replace
hard drive.
Y
N
Fix bad
sectors.
Boot from
hard drive?
Replace
hard drive.
Y
Done
2–22
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Troubleshooting
2.13 No OS Loading from Diskette Drive
Y
OS not loading
from
diskette drive.
Reseat
diskette drive.
OS
loading?
Done
N
Y
N
Bootable
diskette
in drive?
Nonsystem
disk message?
N
Install bootable
diskette and
reboot computer.
Y
N
Go to
Section 2.17,
Nonfunctioning
Device.
Boot
from another
device?
Check diskette
for system files.
Try different
diskette.
Y
Y
N
Diskette
drive enabled
in the setup
utility?
Enable drive
and cold boot
computer.
Y
1. Replace
diskette drive.
2. Replace system
board.
Nonsystem
disk error?
N
Y
Diskette
drive boot
order.
N
Change boot
priority using
the setup utility.
Clear CMOS.
Refer to Section
1.2, “Clearing a
Password,” for
instructions.
Y
OS
loading?
Done
N
Go to
Section 2.17,
Nonfunctioning
Device
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Troubleshooting
2.14 No OS Loading from CD- or
DVD-ROM Drive
Y
No OS
loading from
CD- or
DVD-ROM drive.
N
Bootable
disk in
drive?
Disk
in drive?
Y
N
Install bootable
disk and
reboot
computer.
Try another
bootable
disk.
Install
bootable disk.
Y
Boots from
CD or DVD?
Done
N
Y
Reseat
drive.
Boots from
CD or DVD?
Done
N
N
Booting
from another
device?
Y
Y
Booting
order
correct?
N
Go to
Section 2.17,
Nonfunctioning
Device.
Clear CMOS.
Refer to Section
1.2, “Clearing a
Password,” for
instructions.
Go to
Section 2.17,
Nonfunctioning
Device
Correct boot
order using
the setup utility.
2–24
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Troubleshooting
2.15 No Audio, Part 1
Y
Turn up audio
internally or
externally.
No audio
Audio?
Done
N
N
Y
Notebook in
docking station
(if applicable)?
N
Go to
Section 2.16,
No Audio, Part 2.
Internal
audio?
Undock
Y
Replace the following docking station
components one at a time as applicable.
Check after each change:
Go to
Section 2.16,
No Audio, Part 2.
1. Reseat docking station audio cable.
2. Replace audio cable.
3. Replace speaker.
4. Replace docking station audio board.
5. Replace backplane board.
Y
Go to
Section 2.17,
Nonfunctioning
Device
Audio?
Done
N
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Troubleshooting
2.16 No Audio, Part 2
Continued from
Section 2.15,
No Audio, Part 1
N
Audio
driver in OS
configured?
Reload
audio drivers.
Y
N
Correct
drivers for
application?
Load drivers and
set configuration
in OS.
Y
Connect to
external
speaker.
N
Audio?
Y
Replace audio
board and
speaker
connections in
notebook, if
applicable.
Y
Audio?
Done
N
1. Replace internal speakers.
2. Replace audio board, if applicable.
3. Replace system board.
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Troubleshooting
2.17 Nonfunctioning Device
Nonfunctioning
device
Reseat
device.
Unplug the nonfunctioning device
from the notebook, inspect cables and
plugs for bent or broken pins or other
damage.
Y
Any
physical
device?
Fix or
replace
broken item.
Possible bad hard
drive. Replace
drive.
Go to
Section 2.9,
No OS Loading.
Clear
CMOS.
N
Reattach device.
Close notebook,
plug in power,
and reboot.
N
Device
boots
properly?
Y
Done
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Possible bad NIC.
Replace card. If
integrated NIC,
replace system
board.
Possible bad
diskette drive.
Replace drive.
N
Device
boots
properly?
Y
Done
2–27
Troubleshooting
2.18 Nonfunctioning Keyboard
Keyboard
not operating
properly.
Connect notebook
to good external
keyboard.
N
External
device
works?
Replace
system
board.
Y
Reseat internal
keyboard
connector (if
applicable).
N
Replace internal
keyboard or
cable.
OK?
Y
Y
OK?
Done
Done
N
Replace
system
board.
2–28
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Troubleshooting
2.19 Nonfunctioning Pointing Device
Pointing device
not operating
properly.
Connect notebook
to good external
pointing device.
N
External
device
works?
Replace
system
board.
Y
Reseat internal
pointing device
connector (if
applicable).
N
OK?
Replace internal
pointing device or
cable.
Y
Y
OK?
Done
Done
N
Replace
system
board.
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Troubleshooting
2.20 Network or Modem Connection Problems
No network
or modem
connection.
N
Network
or modem jack
active?
Replace jack or
have jack
activated.
Y
Y
Connect
to non-digital
line.
Digital
line?
N
N
NIC/modem
configured in OS?
Y
Y
Reload
drivers and
reconfigure.
OK?
Done
N
Disconnect all
power from
the notebook
and open.
Replace
NIC/modem if
applicable.
Y
Reseat
NIC/modem if
applicable.
OK?
Done
N
Replace
system
board.
2–30
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3
Illustrated Parts Catalog
This chapter provides an illustrated parts breakdown and a
reference for spare part numbers and option part numbers.
3.1 Serial Number Location
When ordering parts or requesting information, provide the
computer serial number and model number located on the bottom
of the computer (Figure 3-1).
Figure 3-1. Serial Number Location
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3.2 Computer System Major Components
Figure 3-2. Computer System Major Components
3–2
Maintenance and Service Guide
Illustrated Parts Catalog
Table 3-1
Spare Parts: Computer System Major Components
Item
Description
Spare Part
Number
1
Displays
14.1-inch, SXGA+, CTFT
14.1-inch, XGA, CTFT
241433-001
241434-001
2
Switch cover
241438-001
3
Keyboard (for use with TouchPad models)
Arabic
Brazilian
Belgian
Czech
Danish
French
French
Canadian
German
Greek
Hebrew
Hungarian
International
Italian
Japanese
241427-171
241427-201
241427-181
241427-221
241427-081
241427-051
241427-121
241427-041
241427-151
241427-BB1
241427-211
241427-002
241427-061
241427-291
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Korean
Latin American
Spanish
Norwegian
Portuguese
Russian
Slovenian/
Slovakian
Slovenian
Spanish
Swedish/Finnish
Swiss
Taiwanese
Turkish
U.K. English
U.S. English
241427-AD1
241427-161
241427-091
241427-131
241427-251
241427-B41
241427-231
241427-071
241427-101
241427-111
241427-AB1
241427-141
241427-031
241427-001
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Computer System Major Components (continued)
3–4
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Table 3-1
Spare Parts: Computer System Major Components (Continued)
Spare Part
Number
Item
Description
3
Keyboard (for use with pointing stick models)
Arabic
Brazilian
Belgian
Czech
Danish
French
French
Canadian
German
Greek
Hebrew
Hungarian
International
Italian
Japanese
241428-171
241428-201
241428-181
241428-221
241428-081
241428-051
241428-121
241428-041
241428-151
241428-BB1
241428-211
241428-002
241428-061
241428-291
Korean
Latin American
Spanish
Norwegian
Portuguese
Russian
Slovenian/
Slovakian
Slovenian
Spanish
Swedish/Finnish
Swiss
Taiwanese
Turkish
U.K. English
U.S. English
Miscellaneous Plastics Kit
4a
4b
4c
4d
Modem/NIC cover
Real time clock (RTC)
battery
Modem cable
Memory expansion
compartment cover
241428-AD1
241428-161
241428-091
241428-131
241428-251
241428-B41
241428-231
241428-071
241428-101
241428-111
241428-AB1
241428-141
241428-031
241428-001
241439-001
not illustrated:
MultiPort Module cover
Computer feet
PC Card slot space savers
5
TouchPad (for use with TouchPad models)
Touch Button (for use with pointing stick models)
135227-001
159530-001
6
Top cover
241436-001
7
Fan
255528-001
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Illustrated Parts Catalog
Computer System Major Components (continued)
3–6
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Illustrated Parts Catalog
Table 3-1
Spare Parts: Computer System Major Components (Continued)
Item
Description
8
Mini PCI communications boards
Type III mini PCI combination 56-Kbps modem/NIC
board
Type III mini PCI combination 56-Kbps/NIC/3DES
board
Type III mini PCI 56-Kbps modem board
9
Spare Part
Number
230338-001
230339-001
230337-001
System boards
Mobile Intel Pentium III processor 1.066 GHz-M
Mobile Intel Pentium III processor 866 MHz-M
241430-001
241432-001
10
DC-DC converter board
241435-001
11
Hard drives
30 GB
20 GB
15 GB
10 GB
217096-001
235421-001
241429-001
217094-001
MultiBay devices
Diskette drive
24X Max CD-ROM drive
8X Max DVD-ROM drive
4X Max DVD-ROM drive
SuperDisk LS120 drive
IOmega 250-MB ZIP drive
6-cell battery pack
135233-001
315082-001
173949-001
102266-001
218682-001
218683-001
387937-B25
13
Base enclosure (includes modem cable)
241437-001
14
Battery pack (8-cell, Lithium ion)
232633-001
12
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Illustrated Parts Catalog
3.3 Miscellaneous Plastics Kit
Components
Figure 3-3 Miscellaneous Plastics Kit Components
Table 3-2
Miscellaneous Plastics Kit Components
Spare Part Number 241439-001
Item
Description
1
Modem/NIC cover
2
PC Card slot space savers
3
RTC battery
4
Memory expansion compartment cover
5
Computer feet
6
MultiPort Module cover
7
Modem cable
3–8
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Illustrated Parts Catalog
3.4 Mass Storage Devices
Figure 3-4. Mass Storage Devices
l
Table 3-3
Mass Storage Devices
Item
Description
Spare Part
Number
1
Hard drives
30 GB
20 GB
15 GB
10 GB
217096-001
235421-001
241429-001
217094-001
2a
2b
Diskette drive
External diskette drive cable
135233-001
135232-001
3
External MultiBay cradle
218685-001
Maintenance and Service Guide
Option Part
Number
226935-B25
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Mass Storage Devices (continued)
Table 3-3
Miscellaneous Plastic Kit Components (Continued)
Spare Part
Number
Option Part
Number
Optical drives
24X Max CD-ROM drive
8X Max DVD-ROM drive
4X Max DVD-ROM drive
CD-RW drive
315082-001
173949-001
102266-001
298452-B25
138320-B25
SuperDisk LS120 drive
218682-001
Item
Description
4
5
3–10
136186-B25
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Table 3-3
Miscellaneous Plastic Kit Components (Continued)
Item
Description
IOmega 250-MB ZIP drive
(not illustrated)
Spare Part
Number
Option Part
Number
218683-001
217837-B25
MultiBay hard drives
(not illustrated)
30 GB
20 GB
10 GB
1-GB Microdrive (PC Card
device, not illustrated)
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212791-B25
212790-B25
212789-B25
218684-001
217390-B25
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3.5 Miscellaneous
Table 3-4
Spare Parts: Miscellaneous (not illustrated)
Description
Spare Part
Number
Modems
Type III mini PCI combination 56-Kbps modem/NIC board
Type III mini PCI combination 56-Kbps/NIC/3DES board
Type III mini PCI 56-Kbps modem board
230338-001
230339-001
230337-001
Modem adapters
Czech
German
Hungarian
234963-221
236432-041
234963-211
Modem cable
Modem cable adapters
Australian
Belgian
French
3–12
Norwegian
Swiss
234963-091
198294-111
234962-001
304398-011
304398-181
304398-051
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Spare Parts: Miscellaneous (not illustrated) (Continued)
Spare Part
Number
Description
RJ-11 P55 adapters
Danish
Finnish
316904-081
316904-351
Italian
Swedish
316904-061
316904-101
RJ-11 PTT adapter (used in the United Kingdom)
158593-031
RJ-45 network cable
239049-001
Logo kit
239053-001
Screw kit (includes the following screws and bushing guides;
refer to Appendix C, “Screw Listing,” for more information on
screw specifications and usage)
241440-001
■ Torx T8 M2 × 7
■ Torx T8 M2 × 5
■ 7.0-mm bushing guide
AC adaptors
65-Watt AC adapter power supply
50-Watt AC adapter power supply
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■
■
Phillips M1 × 6
Phillips M2 × 6.5
239704-001
120765-001
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Spare Parts: Miscellaneous (not illustrated) (Continued)
Spare Part
Number
Description
Power cord, black, 6 feet
Australian
Danish
European/Middle
Eastern/African
Italian
Japanese
246959-011
246959-081
246959-021
213352-001
197233-001
Korean
Swiss
Taiwanese
U.K. English
U.S. English
Memory expansion boards
512 MB
256 MB
128 MB
64 MB
238830-B25
197898-B25
197987-B25
197896-B25
Common power solutions
6-cell MultiBay battery pack
External battery charger
Auto power adapter/charger
Aircraft power adapter
387937-B25
135555-XXX
401043-B25
386405-B21
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246959-AD1
246959-AG1
234961-AA1
246959-031
246959-001
167136-001
135244-001
135243-001
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4
Removal and Replacement
Preliminaries
This chapter provides essential information for proper and safe
removal and replacement service.
4.1 Tools Required
You will need the following tools to complete the removal and
replacement procedures:
■
Magnetic screwdriver
■
Phillips P0 screwdriver
■
7.0-mm socket
■
Tool kit (includes connector removal tool, loopback plugs,
and case utility tool)
4.2 Service Considerations
The following sections include some of the considerations that
you should keep in mind during disassembly and assembly
procedures.
you remove each subassembly from the computer, place the
✎ As
subassembly (and all accompanying screws) away from the work
area to prevent damage.
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Plastic Parts
Using excessive force during disassembly and reassembly can
damage plastic parts. Use care when handling the plastic parts.
Apply pressure only at the points designated in the maintenance
instructions.
Cables and Connectors
Cables must be handled with extreme care to avoid damage.
Apply only the tension required to unseat or seat the cables
during removal and insertion. Handle cables by the connector
whenever possible. In all cases, avoid bending, twisting, or
tearing cables. Ensure that cables are routed in such a way that
they cannot be caught or snagged by parts being removed or
replaced. Handle flex cables with extreme care; these cables tear
easily.
Ä
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CAUTION: When servicing the computer, ensure that cables are
placed in their proper locations during the reassembly process.
Improper cable placement can damage the computer.
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4.3 Preventing Damage to
Removable Drives
Removable drives are fragile components that must be handled
with care. To prevent damage to the computer, damage to a
removable drive, or loss of information, observe the following
precautions:
■
Before removing or inserting a hard drive, shut down the
computer. If you are unsure whether the computer is off or in
Hibernation, turn the computer on, then shut it down.
■
Before removing a diskette drive or optical drive, ensure that
a diskette or disc is not in the drive. Ensure that the optical
drive tray is closed.
■
Before handling a drive, ensure that you are discharged of
static electricity. While handling a drive, avoid touching the
connector.
■
Handle drives on surfaces that have at least one inch of
shock-proof foam.
■
Avoid dropping drives from any height onto any surface.
■
After removing a hard drive, CD-ROM drive, or a diskette
drive, place it into a static-proof bag.
■
Avoid exposing a hard drive to products that have magnetic
fields, such as monitors or speakers.
■
Avoid exposing a drive to temperature extremes or to liquids.
■
If a drive must be mailed, place the drive into a bubble pack
mailer or other suitable form of protective packaging and
label the package “Fragile: Handle With Care.”
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4.4 Preventing Electrostatic Damage
Many electronic components are sensitive to electrostatic
discharge (ESD). Circuitry design and structure determine the
degree of sensitivity. Networks built into many integrated circuits
provide some protection, but in many cases the discharge contains
enough power to alter device parameters or melt silicon junctions.
A sudden discharge of static electricity from a finger or other
conductor can destroy static-sensitive devices or microcircuitry.
Often the spark is neither felt nor heard, but damage occurs. An
electronic device exposed to electrostatic discharge may not be
affected at all and can work perfectly throughout a normal cycle.
The device may function normally for awhile, then degrade in the
internal layers, reducing its life expectancy.
4.5 Packaging and Transporting
Precautions
Use the following grounding precautions when packaging and
transporting equipment:
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■
To avoid hand contact, transport products in static-safe
containers, such as tubes, bags, or boxes.
■
Protect all electrostatic-sensitive parts and assemblies with
conductive or approved containers or packaging.
■
Keep electrostatic-sensitive parts in their containers until the
parts arrive at static-free workstations.
■
Place items on a grounded surface before removing items
from their containers.
■
Always be properly grounded when touching a sensitive
component or assembly.
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■
Place reusable electrostatic-sensitive parts from assemblies in
protective packaging or nonconductive foam.
■
Use transporters and conveyers made of antistatic belts and
roller bushings. Ensure that mechanized equipment used for
moving materials is wired to ground and that proper materials
were selected to avoid static charging. When grounding is not
possible, use an ionizer to dissipate electric charges.
4.6 Workstation Precautions
Use the following grounding precautions at workstations:
■
Cover the workstation with approved static-dissipative
material (refer to Table 4-2).
■
Use a wrist strap connected to a properly grounded work
surface and use properly grounded tools and equipment.
■
Use conductive field service tools, such as cutters,
screwdrivers, and vacuums.
■
When using fixtures that must directly contact dissipative
surfaces, only use fixtures made of static-safe materials.
■
Keep the work area free of nonconductive materials, such as
ordinary plastic assembly aids and Styrofoam.
■
Handle electrostatic-sensitive components, parts, and
assemblies by the case or PCM laminate. Handle these items
only at static-free workstations.
■
Avoid contact with pins, leads, or circuitry.
■
Turn off power and input signals before inserting or removing
connectors or test equipment.
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4.7 Grounding Equipment and Methods
Grounding equipment must include either a wrist strap or a foot
strap at a grounded workstation.
■
When seated, wear a wrist strap connected to a grounded
system. Wrist straps are flexible straps with a minimum of
one megaohm ±10% of resistance in the ground cords. To
provide proper ground, wear a strap snugly against the skin at
all times. On grounded mats with banana-plug connectors,
connect a wrist strap with alligator clips.
■
When standing, use foot straps and a grounded floor mat.
Foot straps (heel, toe, or boot straps) can be used at standing
workstations and are compatible with most types of shoes or
boots. On conductive floors or dissipative floor mats, use foot
straps on both feet with a minimum of one megaohm of
resistance between the operator and ground. To be effective,
the conductive strips must be worn in contact with the skin.
Other grounding equipment recommended for use in preventing
electrostatic damage includes:
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■
Antistatic tape
■
Antistatic smocks, aprons, and sleeve protectors
■
Conductive bins and other assembly or soldering aids
■
Nonconductive foam
■
Conductive tabletop workstations with ground cords of
one-megohm resistance
■
Static-dissipative table or floor mats with hard tie to ground
■
Field service kits
■
Static awareness labels
■
Material-handling packages
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■
Nonconductive plastic bags, tubes, or boxes
■
Metal tote boxes
■
Electrostatic voltage levels and protective materials
Table 4-1 shows how humidity affects the electrostatic voltage
levels generated by different activities.
Table 4-1
Typical Electrostatic Voltage Levels
Relative Humidity
Event
10%
40%
55%
Walking across carpet
35,000 V
15,000 V
7,500 V
Walking across vinyl floor
12,000 V
5,000 V
3,000 V
Motions of bench worker
6,000 V
800 V
400 V
Removing DIPS from plastic tube
2,000 V
700 V
400 V
Removing DIPS from vinyl tray
11,500 V
4,000 V
2,000 V
Removing DIPS from Styrofoam
14,500 V
5,000 V
3.500 V
Removing bubble pack from PCB
26,500 V
20,000 V
7,000 V
Packing PCBs in foam-lined box
21,000 V
11,000 V
5,000 V
✎ A product can be degraded by as little as 700 volts.
Table 4-2 lists the shielding protection provided by antistatic bags
and floor mats.
Table 4-2
Static-Shielding Materials
Material
Use
Voltage Protection Level
Antistatic plastic
Bags
1,500 V
Carbon-loaded plastic
Floor mats
7,500 V
Metallized laminate
Floor mats
5,000 V
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5
Removal and Replacement
Procedures
This chapter provides removal and replacement procedures.
Both Phillips P0 and Torx T8 screws are removed during
disassembly. There are 25 screws and screwlocks, in five different
sizes, that must be removed and replaced when servicing the
computer. Make special note of each screw size and location
during removal and replacement.
Refer to Appendix C, “Screw Listing,” for detailed information
on screw sizes, locations, and usage.
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5.1 Serial Number
Report the computer serial number to Compaq when requesting
information or ordering spare parts. The serial number is located
on the bottom of the computer (Figure 5-1).
Figure 5-1. Serial Number Location
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5.2 Disassembly Sequence Chart
Use the chart below to determine the section number to be
referenced when removing computer components.
Table 5-1
Disassembly Sequence Chart
Section
Description
# of Screws
Removed
5.3
Preparing the computer for disassembly
0
5.4
Computer feet
0
5.5
Keyboard
1
5.6
Modem/Network Interface Card (NIC)
0
5.7
Real Time Clock (RTC) battery
0
5.8
TouchPad and Touch button
0
5.9
Switch cover
2
5.10
Display
3
5.11
Top cover
10
5.12
System board
5
5.13
Fan
2
5.14
DC-DC converter board
0
5.15
Modem cable
0
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5.3 Preparing the Computer for
Disassembly
Perform the following steps before disassembling the computer.
Consult the computer Hardware Guide for instructions on the
following steps:
1. Turn off the computer.
2. Disconnect the AC adapter and all external devices.
3. Remove the battery pack.
4. Remove the hard drive.
5. Remove the Media Bay device.
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5.4 Computer Feet
The computer feet are adhesive-backed rubber pads. The
computer feet are included in the Miscellaneous Plastics Kit
(spare part number 241439-001). Refer to Figure 5-2 for
computer feet locations.
Figure 5-2. Replacing the Computer Feet
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5.5 Keyboard
Keyboard
Spare Part Number Information
Keyboard without pointing stick (for use with TouchPad models)
Arabic
Brazilian
Belgian
Czech
Danish
French
French Canadian
German
Greek
Hebrew
Hungarian
International
Italian
Japanese
241427-171
241427-201
241427-181
241427-221
241427-081
241427-051
241427-121
241427-041
241427-151
241427-BB1
241427-211
241427-002
241427-061
241427-291
Korean
Latin American Spanish
Norwegian
Portuguese
Russian
Slovenia/Slovakia
Slovenian
Spanish
Swedish/Finnish
Swiss
Taiwanese
Turkish
U.K. English
U.S. English
241427-AD1
241427-161
241427-091
241427-131
241427-251
241427-B41
241427-231
241427-071
241427-101
241427-111
241427-AB1
241427-141
241427-031
241427-001
Korean
Latin American Spanish
Norwegian
Portuguese
Russian
Slovenia/Slovakia
Slovenian
Spanish
Swedish/Finnish
Swiss
Taiwanese
Turkish
U.K. English
U.S. English
241428-AD1
241428-161
241428-091
241428-131
241428-251
241428-B41
241428-231
241428-071
241428-101
241428-111
241428-AB1
241428-141
241428-031
241428-001
Keyboard with pointing stick
Arabic
Brazilian
Belgian
Czech
Danish
French
French Canadian
German
Greek
Hebrew
Hungarian
International
Italian
Japanese
241428-171
241428-201
241428-181
241428-221
241428-081
241428-051
241428-121
241428-041
241428-151
241428-BB1
241428-211
241428-002
241428-061
241428-291
1. Prepare the computer for disassembly (Section 5.3).
2. Turn the computer bottom side up with the front facing you.
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3. Remove the black M2 × 7 screw that secures the keyboard to
the base enclosure (Figure 5-3).
Figure 5-3. Removing the Keyboard Screw
4. Turn the computer top side up with the front facing you.
5. Open the computer.
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6. Slide the four tabs on the top of the keyboard forward 1
(Figure 5-4).
7. Lift the top edge of the keyboard and swing it up and forward
until it rests on the top cover 2.
Figure 5-4. Releasing the Keyboard
8. Disengage the keyboard cable from the retaining clips in the
top cover.
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9. Release the ZIF connector to which the pointing device cable
is attached 1 and disconnect the pointing device cable 2
(Figure 5-5).
10. Release the ZIF connector to which the keyboard cable is
attached 3 and disconnect the keyboard cable 4.
Figure 5-5. Disconnecting the Keyboard and Pointing
Device Cables
11. Remove the keyboard.
Reverse the above procedure to replace the keyboard.
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5.6 Modem/Network Interface Card (NIC)
Modem/Network Interface Card (NIC)
Spare Part Number Information
Mini PCI communications boards
Type III mini PCI combination 56-Kbps modem/NIC board
Type III mini PCI combination 56-Kbps/NIC/3DES board
Type III mini PCI 56-Kbps modem board
230338-001
230339-001
230337-001
1. Prepare the computer for disassembly (Section 5.3).
2. Remove the keyboard (Section 5.5).
3. Lift up the left side of the modem/NIC cover 1 and swing the
cover forward 2 (Figure 5-6).
Figure 5-6. Removing the Modem/NIC Cover
4. Remove the modem/NIC cover.
5. Disconnect the modem/NIC cable from the modem/NIC
board 1 (Figure 5-7).
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6. Spread the retaining tabs 2 that secure the modem/NIC board
to the system board. The modem/NIC board rises up at a
45-degree angle.
7. Pull the modem/NIC board away from the connector at a
45-degree angle 3.
Figure 5-7. Removing the Modem/NIC Board
Reverse the above procedure to replace the modem/NIC board.
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5.7 Real Time Clock (RTC) Battery
The RTC battery is included in the Miscellaneous Plastics Kit
(spare part number 241439-001).
1. Prepare the computer for disassembly (Section 5.3).
2. Remove the keyboard (Section 5.5).
3. Remove the modem/NIC cover (Section 5.6).
4. Disconnect the RTC battery cable from the system board 1
(Figure 5-8).
5. Remove the RTC battery from the retaining clip in the top
cover 2.
system ROM 3 is also accessible when the modem/NIC
✎ The
cover is removed.
Figure 5-8. Removing the RTC Battery
Reverse the above procedure to replace the RTC battery.
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5.8 TouchPad or Touch Button
TouchPad or Touch Button
Spare Part Number Information
TouchPad (for use with TouchPad models)
Touch Button (for use with pointing stick models)
135227-001
159530-001
1. Prepare the computer for disassembly (Section 5.3).
2. Remove the keyboard (Section 5.5).
3. Remove the modem/NIC cover (Section 5.6).
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4. Lift up on the left side of the TouchPad 1 until it disengages
from the top cover (Figure 5-9).
5. Swing the TouchPad up and back 2 and rest it on the
top cover.
6. Disconnect the TouchPad cables from the system board 3.
Figure 5-9. Removing the TouchPad
7. Remove the TouchPad.
Reverse the above procedure to replace the TouchPad.
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5.9 Switch Cover
Switch Cover
Spare Part Number Information
Switch cover
241438-001
1. Prepare the computer for disassembly (Section 5.3).
2. Remove the keyboard (Section 5.5).
3. Position the computer so the rear panel faces you.
4. Remove the two black M2 × 7 screws that secure the switch
cover to the base enclosure (Figure 5-10).
Figure 5-10. Removing the Switch Cover Screws
5. Position the computer so the front faces you.
6. Open the computer as far as it will open.
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7. Lift the switch cover up 1, slide it forward 2, and rest it on
the keyboard (Figure 5-11).
8. Disconnect the left 3 and right speaker cables 4 from the
system board.
Figure 5-11. Removing the Switch Cover
9. Remove the switch cover.
Reverse the above procedure to replace the switch cover.
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5.10 Display
Display
Spare Part Number Information
Displays
14.1-inch, SXGA+, CTFT
14.1-inch, XGA, CTFT
241433-001
241434-001
1. Prepare the computer for disassembly (Section 5.3).
2. Remove the keyboard (Section 5.5).
3. Remove the switch cover (Section 5.9).
4. Position the display so that it is vertical.
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5. Remove the black M2 × 7 screw that secures the display
ground cable to the top cover 1 (Figure 5-12).
6. Disconnect the display video 2 and inverter cables 3 from
the system board.
Figure 5-12. Disconnecting the Display Cables
7. Position the computer so the rear panel faces you.
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8. Remove the two black M2 × 7 screws 1 that secure the
display to the base enclosure (Figure 5-13).
9. Lift the display straight up and remove it from the base
enclosure 2.
Figure 5-13. Removing the Display
Reverse the above procedure to replace the display.
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5.11 Top Cover
Top Cover
Spare Part Number Information
Top cover
241436-001
1. Prepare the computer for disassembly (Section 5.3) and
remove the following components:
a. Keyboard (Section 5.5)
b. Modem/NIC cover (Section 5.6)
c. Switch cover (Section 5.9)
d. Display (Section 5.10)
2. Turn the computer bottom side up with the rear panel
facing you.
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3. Remove the following screws:
❏
three black M2 × 7 screws from the front edge of the base
enclosure 1 (Figure 5-14)
❏
two black M2 × 5 screws from the hard drive bay 2
❏
three black M2 × 5 screws from the MultiBay 3
❏
two black M2 × 5 screws from the rear panel 4
Figure 5-14. Removing the Top Cover Screws
4. Turn the computer top side up with the rear panel facing you.
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5. Insert a flat blade screwdriver into the slot 1 above the
docking connector to disengage the top cover from the I/O
bracket (Figure 5-15).
6. Lift the top cover straight up and remove it from the base
enclosure 2.
Figure 5-15. Removing the Top Cover
Reverse the above procedure to replace the top cover.
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5.12 System Board
System Board
Spare Part Number Information
System boards
Mobile Intel Pentium III processor 1.066 GHz-M
Mobile Intel Pentium III processor 866 MHz-M
241430-001
241432-001
sure the PC Card eject buttons are fully depressed and there
✎ Make
are no PC Card devices or space savers inserted into the PC Card
slots before removing the system board.
1. Prepare the computer for disassembly (Section 5.3) and
remove the following components:
a. Keyboard (Section 5.5)
b. Modem/NIC cover (Section 5.6)
c. RTC battery (Section 5.7)
d. Touch button assembly (Section 5.8)
e. Switch cover (Section 5.9)
f.
Display (Section 5.10)
g. Top cover (Section 5.11)
2. Position the computer so the rear panel faces you.
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3. Remove the tape that secures the modem cable to the system
board 1 (Figure 5-16).
4. Remove the two silver 7.0-mm bushing guides 2 on each
side of the docking connector that secure the system board to
the base enclosure.
5. Remove the three black M2 × 5 screws 3 that secure the
system board to the base enclosure.
Figure 5-16. Removing the System Board Screws and
Screwlocks
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removing the system board, do not remove the following
✎ When
screws (Figure 5-17):
■
four screws 1 that secure the processor bracket to the
system board
■ two screws 2 that secure the heat sink to the system
board
■ two screws 3 that secure the hard drive connector the
system board
■ four screws 4 that secure the PC Card assembly to the
system board
Figure 5-17. Do Not Remove These Screws
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6. Use the MultiBay connector 1 to lift the system board and
swing it up and to the right until it rests at a 45-degree angle
(Figure 5-18).
7. Slide the system board out of the base enclosure at a
45-degree angle 2.
Figure 5-18. Removing the System Board
Reverse the above procedure to replace the system board.
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5.13 Fan
Fan
Spare Part Number Information
Fan
255528-001
1. Prepare the computer for disassembly (Section 5.3) and
remove the following components:
a. Keyboard (Section 5.5)
b. Modem/NIC cover (Section 5.6)
c. RTC battery (Section 5.7)
d. Touch button assembly (Section 5.8)
e. Switch cover (Section 5.9)
f.
Display (Section 5.10)
g. Top cover (Section 5.11)
h. System board (Section 5.12)
2. Turn the system board bottom side up with the rear panel
facing you.
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3. Disconnect the fan cable from the system board
(Figure 5-19).
Figure 5-19. Disconnecting the Fan Cable
4. Turn the system board top side up with the rear panel
facing you.
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5. Remove the black M1 × 6 Phillips screw 1 and silver
M2 × 6.5 Phillips screw 2 that secure the fan to the system
board (Figure 5-20).
6. While holding the system board above the work surface, push
the left side of the fan up 3 from the bottom of the system
board.
7. When the left edge of the fan has cleared the system board,
slide the fan to the left 4 and out of the heat sink.
Figure 5-20. Removing the Fan
8. Remove the fan.
Reverse the above procedure to replace the fan.
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5.14 DC-DC Converter Board
DC-DC Converter Board
Spare Part Number Information
DC-DC converter board
241435-001
1. Prepare the computer for disassembly (Section 5.3) and
remove the following components:
a. Keyboard (Section 5.5)
b. Modem/NIC cover (Section 5.6)
c. RTC battery (Section 5.7)
d. Touch button assembly (Section 5.8)
e. Switch cover (Section 5.9)
f.
Display (Section 5.10)
g. Top cover (Section 5.11)
h. System board (Section 5.12)
2. Turn the system board bottom side up with the rear panel
facing you.
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3. Lift the left and right edges of the DC-DC converter board to
disconnect the board from the system board (Figure 5-21).
Figure 5-21. Removing the DC-DC Converter Board
4. Remove the DC-DC converter board.
Reverse the above procedure to replace the DC-DC converter
board.
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handling the system board, be careful not to put stress on
✎ When
the I/O interface board 1 (Figure 5-22). The narrow profile of
this board makes it susceptible to being damaged when
mishandled. Do not remove the screw 2 that secures the I/O
interface board to the system board or attempt to remove the
I/O interface board.
Figure 5-22. Proper Handling of the I/O Interface Board
5–32
Maintenance and Service Guide
Removal and Replacement Procedures
5.15 Modem Cable
modem cable is spared with the base enclosure. Modem
✎ The
cables are also included in the Miscellaneous Plastics Kit (spare
part number 241439-001).
1. Prepare the computer for disassembly (Section 5.3) and
remove the following components:
a. Keyboard (Section 5.5)
b. Modem/NIC cover (Section 5.6)
c. RTC battery (Section 5.7)
d. Touch button assembly (Section 5.8)
e. Switch cover (Section 5.9)
f.
Display (Section 5.10)
g. Top cover (Section 5.11)
h. System board (Section 5.12)
2. Position the base enclosure with the rear panel facing
forward.
Maintenance and Service Guide
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Removal and Replacement Procedures
3. Lift the modem connector out of the base enclosure 1 and
disengage the modem cable 2 from the alignment clips and
tabs in the base enclosure (Figure 5-23).
Figure 5-23. Removing the Modem Cable
4. Remove the modem cable.
5–34
Maintenance and Service Guide
Removal and Replacement Procedures
installing the modem cable, route the cable along the path
✎ When
indicated in Figure 5-24.
Figure 5-24. Routing the Modem Cable in the Base Enclosure
Maintenance and Service Guide
5–35
6
Specifications
This chapter provides physical and performance specifications.
Table 6-1
Computer
Dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
1.2 in
12.1 in
9.8 in
3.1 cm
30.7 cm
25.0 cm
5.5 lb
2.5 kg
4.8 lb
2.1 kg
Weight
with 8-cell battery pack and
optical drive in MultiBay
with 8-cell battery pack and
MultiBay weight saver
Stand alone (Battery) power requirements
Nominal operating voltage
(Li ion)
Average operating power
Peak operating power
Power in Suspend mode
Power in Hibernation mode
14.4 V
15.8 W
38 W
< 800 mW
< 100 mW
AC adapter power requirements
Rated input voltage
Rated input current
Rated frequency
Maintenance and Service Guide
90 to 264 VAC (auto switching)
< 60 W
47 to 63 Hz
6–1
Specifications
Table 6-1
Computer (Continued)
Temperature
Operating
Nonoperating
50°F to 95°F
-4°F to 140°F
10°C to 35°C
-20°C to 60°C
Relative humidity (non-condensing)
Operating
Nonoperating
10 to 90%
5 to 95%, 101.6°F/38.7°C maximum
wetbulb
Altitude (unpressurized)
Operating
Nonoperating
0 to 10,000 ft
0 to 30,000 ft
0 to 3,048 m
0 to 9,144 m
Shock
Operating
Nonoperating
10 G for 11 ms, half sine
60 G for 11 ms, half sine
Vibration
Operating
Nonoperating
0.5 G zero-to-peak, 10-500 Hz,
0.25-oct/min sweep rate
1.0 G zero-to-peak, 10-500 Hz,
0.25-oct/min sweep rate
product safety standards specify thermal limits for
✎ Applicable
plastic surfaces. The computer operates well within this range of
temperatures.
6–2
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Specifications
Table 6-2
14.1-inch XGA, TFT Display
Dimensions
Height
Depth
Width
8.46 in
11.22 in
14.10 in
Number of colors
Up to 16.8 million
Contrast ratio
150:1
Brightness
120 nits typical
21.40 cm
28.50 cm
35.81 cm
Pixel resolution
Pitch
Format
Configuration
0.264 × 0.264 mm
1024 × 768
RGB vertical stripe
Backlight
Edge lit
Character display
80 × 25
Refresh
60 Hz
Total power
consumption
4.2 W
Maintenance and Service Guide
6–3
Specifications
Table 6-3
Hard Drives
30.0 GB
20.0 GB
15.0 GB
User capacity per drive1
30.0 GB
20.0 GB
15.0 GB
Drive height
(with drive frame, in mm)
9.5
9.5
9.5
Drive width
(with drive frame, in mm)
70.0
70.0
70.0
Interface type
ATA-5
ATA-5
ATA-4
2.5 ms
12.0 ms
23.0 ms
2.5 ms
12.0 ms
23.0 ms
2.5 ms
13.0 ms
24.0 ms
58,605,120
39,070,080
23,579,136
22,784
16
63
16,383
16
63
16,683
16
63
Seek times (typical read, including setting)
Single track
Average
Full stroke
User addressable sectors3
Logical configuration
Cylinders
Heads
Sectors per track
1
1 GB = 1,000,000,000 bytes.
capability may differ.
3
Actual drive specifications may differ slightly.
Certain restrictions and exclusions apply. Consult the Compaq Customer
Support Center for details.
2System
6–4
Maintenance and Service Guide
Specifications
Table 6-3
Hard Drives (Continued)
30.0 GB
20.0 GB
15.0 GB
Physical configuration
Cylinders3
Heads
Sectors per track3
Bytes per sector
22,784
6
293–560
512
22,784
4
293–560
512
25,800
2
398–731
512
Buffer size3
2 MB
2 MB
512 KB
Disk rotational speed (rpm)
4200
4200
4200
66.6
109–203
66.6
109–203
100
155–256
Transfer rate
Interface max (MB/s)2
Media (Mb/s)3
11
GB = 1,000,000,000 bytes.
capability may differ.
3
Actual drive specifications may differ slightly.
Certain restrictions and exclusions apply. Consult the Compaq Customer
Support Center for details.
2System
Maintenance and Service Guide
6–5
Specifications
Table 6-4
Diskette Drive
Diskette size
3.5 inch
Light
On system
Height
0.5 in
Bytes per sector
512
12.7 mm
Sectors per track
High density
Low density
18 (1.44 MB)
9
Tracks per side
High density
Low density
80
80
Read/write heads
2
15 (1.2 MB)
Average seek times
Track-to-track (high/low)
Average (high/low)
Settling time
Latency average
6–6
3 to 6 ms
94 to 174 ms
15 ms
100 ms
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Specifications
Table 6-5
CD-ROM Drive
Applicable disk
CD-ROM (Mode 1, 2, and 3)
CD-XA ready (Mode 2, Form 1 and 2)
CD-I ready (Mode 2, Form 1 and 2)
CD-R (read only)
CD Plus
Photo CD (single/multisession)
CD-Extra
Video CD
CD-WO (fixed packets only)
CD-Bridge
Center hole diameter
.59 in
1.5 cm
Disk diameter
12 cm, 8 cm
Disk thickness
1.2 mm
Track pitch
1.6 µm
Access time
Random
Full stroke
Cache buffer
< 150 ms
< 300 ms
128 KB
Data transfer rate
Sustained, 16X
Variable
Normal PIO Mode 4 (single burst)
150 KB/s at 1X
1500 to 3600 KB/s (10X to 24X)
16.66 KB/s
Startup time
< 8 seconds
Stop time
< 4 seconds
Maintenance and Service Guide
6–7
Specifications
Table 6-6
DVD-ROM Drive
Applicable disk
DVD-5, DVD-9, DVD-10
CD-ROM (Mode 1 and 2)
CD Digital Audio
CD-XA ready (Mode 2, Form 1 and 2)
CD-I ready (Mode 2, Form 1 and 2)
CD-R (read only)
CD Plus
Photo CD (single/multisession)
CD-Bridge
Center hole diameter
.59 in
1.5 cm
Disk diameter
12 cm, 8 cm
Disk thickness
1.2 mm
Track pitch
.74 µm
Access time
Random
Full stroke
< 150 ms
< 225 ms
Audio output level
Line-out, 0.7 Vrms
Cache buffer
512 KB/sec
Data transfer rate
Max 24X CD
Max 8X DVD
Normal IO Mode 4 (single burst)
3600 KB/s (150 KB/s at 1X CD rate)
10,800 KB/s
(1352 KB/s at 1X DVD rate)
16.6 MB/s
Startup time
< 12 seconds
Stop time
< 3 seconds
6–8
Maintenance and Service Guide
Specifications
Table 6-7
CD-RW Drive
Center hole diameter
.59 in
Disk diameter
.39 cm
12 cm, 8 cm
Disk thickness
.47 in
Track pitch
.74 µm
.12 cm
Access time
Random
Full stroke
< 150 ms
< 225 ms
Audio output level
Line-out, 0.7 Vrms
Cache buffer
128 KB/s minimum
Data transfer rate
Sustained, 16X
Sustained, 4X CD-RW
Normal PIO Mode 4 (single burst)
150 KB/s
5,520 KB/s
16.6 MB/s
Startup time
< 15 seconds
Stop time
< 6 seconds
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6–9
Specifications
Table 6-8
AC Adapter
Dimensions
Height
Depth
Width
Weight
1.10 in
1.42 in
3.70 in
2.79 cm
3.61 cm
9.40 cm
.39 lb
.18 kg
Power supply (input)
Operating voltage
Operating current
Operating frequency range
Maximum transient
90 to 260 VAC RMS Nominal
1.3 A RMS
47 to 63 Hz Nominal
4/50 kV
Table 6-9
8-cell, Li ion Battery Pack
Dimensions
Length
Width
Depth
Weight
4.95 in
3.46 in
0.80 in
0.96 lb
125.80 cm
88.00 cm
20.40 cm
0.43 kg
Energy
Voltage
Amp-hour capacity
Watt-hour capacity
14.8 V
Minimum 3.7 Ah, typical 3.9 Ah
Minimum 53.2 Ah, typical 56.1 Ah
Temperature
Operating
Nonoperating
6–10
32 to 108°F
32 to 140°F
0 to 42°C
0 to 60°C
Maintenance and Service Guide
Specifications
Table 6-10
System DMA
Hardware DMA
System Function
DMA0
Available for audio
DMA1
Entertainment audio
(default; alternate = DMA0, DMA3, none)
DMA2
Diskette drive
DMA3
ECP parallel port LPT1
(default; alternate = DMA0, none)
DMA4
DMA controller cascading (not available)
DMA5
Available for PC Card
DMA6
Not assigned
DMA7
Not assigned
✎ PC Card controller can use DMA 1, 2, or 5.
Maintenance and Service Guide
6–11
Specifications
Table 6-11
System Interrupts
Hardware IRQ
System Function
IRQ0
System timer
IRQ1
Keyboard controller
IRQ2
Cascaded
IRQ3
COM2
IRQ4
COM1
IRQ5
Audio (default)*
IRQ6
Diskette drive
IRQ7
Parallel port
IRQ8
Real time clock (RTC)
IRQ9
Infrared
IRQ10
System use
IRQ11
System use
IRQ12
Internal point stick or external mouse
IRQ13
Coprocessor (not available to any peripheral)
IRQ14
IDE interface (hard drive and optical drive)
IRQ15
System use
Cards may assert IRQ3, IRQ4, IRQ5, IRQ7, IRQ9, IRQ10, IRQ11,
✎ PC
or IRQ15. Either the infrared or the serial port may assert IRQ3 or
IRQ 4.
*Default configuration; audio possible configurations are IRQ5, IRQ7, IRQ9,
IRQ10, or none.
6–12
Maintenance and Service Guide
Specifications
Table 6-12
System I/O Addresses
I/O Address (hex)
System Function (shipping configuration)
000 - 00F
DMA controller no. 1
010 - 01F
Unused
020 - 021
Interrupt controller no. 1
022 - 024
Opti chipset configuration registers
025 - 03F
Unused
02E - 02F
87334 “Super IO” configuration for CPU
040 - 05F
Counter/timer registers
044 - 05f
Unused
060
Keyboard controller
061
Port B
062 - 063
Unused
064
Keyboard controller
065 - 06F
Unused
070 - 071
NMI enable/real time clock
072 - 07F
Unused
080 - 08F
DMA page registers
090 - 091
Unused
092
Port A
093 - 09F
Unused
0A0 - 0A1
Interrupt controller no. 2
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Specifications
Table 6-12
System I/O Addresses (Continued)
I/O Address (hex)
System Function (shipping configuration)
0A2 - 0BF
Unused
0C0 - 0DF
DMA controller no. 2
0E0 - 0EF
Unused
0F0 - 0F1
Coprocessor busy clear/reset
0F2 - 0FF
Unused
100 - 16F
Unused
170 - 177
Secondary fixed disk controller
178 - 1EF
Unused
1F0 - 1F7
Primary fixed disk controller
1F8 - 200
Unused
201
Joystick (decoded in ESS1688)
202 - 21F
Unused
220 - 22F
Entertainment audio
230 - 26D
Unused
26E - 26
Unused
278 - 27F
Unused
280 - 2AB
Unused
2A0 - 2A7
Unused
2A8 - 2E7
Unused
2E8 - 2EF
Reserved serial port
6–14
Maintenance and Service Guide
Specifications
Table 6-12
System I/O Addresses (Continued)
I/O Address (hex)
System Function (shipping configuration)
2F0 - 2F7
Unused
2F8 - 2FF
Infrared port
300 - 31F
Unused
320 - 36F
Unused
370 - 377
Secondary diskette drive controller
378 - 37F
Parallel port (LPT1/default)
380 - 387
Unused
388 - 38B
FM synthesizer - OPL3
38C - 3AF
Unused
3B0 - 3BB
VGA
3BC - 3BF
Reserved (parallel port/no EPP support)
3C0 - 3DF
VGA
3E0 - 3E1
PC Card controller in CPU
3E2 - 3E3
Unused
3E8 - 3EF
Internal modem
3F0 - 3F7
“A” diskette controller
3F8 - 3FF
Serial port (COM1/default)
CF8 - CFB
PCI configuration index register (PCIDIVO-1)
CFC - CFF
PCI configuration data register (PCIDIVO-1)
Maintenance and Service Guide
6–15
Specifications
Table 6-13
System Memory Map
Size
Memory Address
System Function
640 KB
00000000 - 0009FFFF
Base memory
128 KB
000A0000 - 000BFFFF
Video memory
48 KB
000C0000 - 000CBFFF
Video BIOS
160 KB
000C8000 - 000E7FFF
Unused
64 KB
000E8000 - 000FFFFF
System BIOS
15 MB
00100000 - 00FFFFFF
Extended memory
58 MB
01000000 - 047FFFFF
Super extended memory
58 MB
04800000 - 07FFFFFF
Unused
2 MB
08000000 - 080FFFFF
Video memory (direct access)
4 GB
08200000 - FFFEFFFF
Unused
64 KB
FFFF0000 - FFFFFFFF
System BIOS
6–16
Maintenance and Service Guide
A
Connector Pin Assignments
Table A-1
Stereo Speaker/Headphone
1
2
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
Audio out
2
Ground
Table A-2
Microphone
1
2
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
Audio in
2
Ground
Maintenance and Service Guide
A–1
Connector Pin Assignments
Table A-3
Keyboard/Mouse
1
2
KEY
3
5
4
6
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
Keyboard/mouse data1
4
+5 VDC
2
Keyboard/mouse data2
5
Keyboard/mouse clock1
3
Ground
6
Keyboard/mouse clock2
Table A-4
RJ-11 Modem
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
Unused
4
Unused
2
Tip
5
Unused
3
Ring
6
Unused
A–2
Maintenance and Service Guide
Connector Pin Assignments
Table A-5
RJ-45 Network Interface
1 3 5 7
2 4 6 8
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
Transmit +
5
Unused
2
Transmit -
6
Receive -
3
Receive +
7
Unused
4
Unused
8
Unused
Table A-6
Universal Serial Bus
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
+5 VDC
3
Data +
2
Data -
4
Ground
Maintenance and Service Guide
A–3
Connector Pin Assignments
Table A-7
Serial
9
6
1
5
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
Carrier detect
6
Data set ready
2
Receive data
7
Ready to send
3
Transmit data
8
Clear to send
4
Data terminal ready
9
Ring indicator
5
Signal ground
A–4
Maintenance and Service Guide
Connector Pin Assignments
Table A-8
External Monitor
11
15
6
10
1
5
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
Red analog
9
+5 VDC
2
Green analog
10
Ground
3
Blue analog
11
Monitor detect
4
Not connected
12
DDC 2B data
5
Ground
13
Horizontal sync
6
Ground analog
14
Vertical sync
7
Ground analog
15
DDC2B clock
8
Ground analog
Maintenance and Service Guide
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Connector Pin Assignments
Table A-9
Parallel
25
14
1
13
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
Strobe*
10
Acknowledge*
2
Data bit 0
11
Busy
3
Data bit 1
12
Paper out
4
Data bit 2
13
Select
5
Data bit 3
14
Auto line feed*
6
Data bit 4
15
Error*
7
Data bit 5
16
Initialize printer*
8
Data bit 6
17
Select in*
9
Data bit 7
18–25
Signal ground
*Signal is active low.
A–6
Maintenance and Service Guide
Connector Pin Assignments
Table A-10
Docking
30
60
90
120
1
31
61
91
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
EBOXL
16
RDATA
2
AGND
17
TRK0
3
EBOXS1
18
WDATA
4
RED
19
WGATE
5
AGND
20
STEP
6
GREEN
21
DIR
7
AGRD
22
POWER ON
8
BLUE
23
SYS RESET
9
AGND
24
GND
10
VSYNC
25
DSKCHG
11
HSYNC
26
+5 V (VDD)
12
DDC DAT
27
AUGND
13
DDC CLK
28
XA2/L IN
14
GND
29
XA3/R IN
15
INDEX
30
MID0/MIC IN
Maintenance and Service Guide
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Connector Pin Assignments
Table A-10
Docking (Continued)
30
60
90
120
1
31
61
91
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
31
AUGND
46
SRDY
32
XA0/L OUT
47
EBOXS1/GND
33
XSD/MIC SN
48
RI1 EX
34
XA1/R OUT
49
GND
35
GND
50
SLCT LD0
36
GND
51
PE LD1
37
EXPCLK2
52
ACK LD2
38
+3.3 V
53
BUSY LD3
39
EXPCLK0
54
GND
40
+5 V (8051VCC)
55
STRB LD4
41
EXPLCK
56
ALF LD5
42
EBOXS2
57
INIT LD6
43
GND
58
SLCTIN LD7
44
EBOXL
59
GND
45
EBOXL/GND
60
PDATA0 LD8
A–8
Maintenance and Service Guide
Connector Pin Assignments
Table A-10
Docking (Continued)
30
60
90
120
1
31
61
91
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
61
PDATA1 LD9
76
DRT1 LIIC DAT
62
PDATA2 LD10
77
DSR1 EX
63
PDATA3 LD11
78
DCD1 EX
64
GND
79
12C DATA
65
PDATA4 LD12
80
GND
66
PDATA5 LD13
81
12C CLK
67
PDATA6 LD14
82
GND
68
PDATA7 LD 15
83
HDSEL
69
GND
84
GND
70
ERROR LCLK
85
WPROT
71
RXD1 LVREQ
86
EBOXS2/GND
72
TXD1 LCREQ
87
ERDY
73
RTS1 LEN
88
EBOXL/GND
74
GND
89
FLUSHREQ
75
CTS1 LIIC CLK
90
MEMACK
Maintenance and Service Guide
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Connector Pin Assignments
Table A-10
Docking (Continued)
30
60
90
120
1
31
61
91
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
91
PS2 VCC
106
GND
92
SERIRQ
107
AD[15]
93
PS2 CLK
108
AD[13]
94
EXPREQ
109
AD[11]
95
AD[29]
110
AD[09]
96
AD[31]
111
GND
97
AD[30]
112
AD[06]
98
AD[28]
113
AD[04]
99
AD[26]
114
AD[02]
100
GND
115
AD[00]
101
AD[24]
116
GND
102
AD[22]
117
FRAME
103
AD[20]
118
TRDY
104
AD[18]
119
STOP
105
AD[16]
120
PAR
A–10
Maintenance and Service Guide
B
Power Cord Set Requirements
3-Conductor Power Cord Set
The computer’s wide range input feature permits it to operate
from any line voltage from 100 to 120 or 220 to 240 volts AC.
The power cord set received with the computer meets the
requirements for use in the country where the equipment is
purchased.
Power cord sets for use in other countries must meet the
requirements of the country where the computer is used. For more
information on power cord set requirements, contact a Compaq
authorized reseller or service provider.
General Requirements
The requirements listed below are applicable to all countries:
■
The length of the power cord set must be at least 5.00 feet
(1.5 m) and a maximum of 6.50 feet (2.0 m).
■
All power cord sets must be approved by an acceptable
accredited agency responsible for evaluation in the country
where the power cord set will be used.
■
The power cord set must have a minimum current capacity of
10 amps and a nominal voltage rating of 125 or 250 volts AC,
as required by each country’s power system.
■
The appliance coupler must meet the mechanical
configuration of an EN 60 320/IEC 320 Standard Sheet C13
connector, for mating with the appliance inlet on the back of
the computer.
Maintenance and Service Guide
B–1
Power Cord Set Requirements
Country-Specific Requirements
3-Conductor Power Cord Set Requirements
Country
Accredited Agency
Applicable Note Number
Australia
EANSW
1
Austria
OVE
1
Belgium
CEBC
1
Canada
CSA
2
Denmark
DEMKO
1
Finland
FIMKO
1
France
UTE
1
Germany
VDE
1
Italy
IMQ
1
Japan
METI
3
The Netherlands
KEMA
1
Norway
NEMKO
1
Sweden
SEMKO
1
Switzerland
SEV
1
United Kingdom
BSI
1
United States
UL
2
Notes
1. The flexible cord must be <HAR> Type HO5VV-F,
3-conductor, 1.0 mm2 conductor size. Power cord set fittings
(appliance coupler and wall plug) must bear the certification
mark of the agency responsible for evaluation in the country
where it will be used.
B–2
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Power Cord Set Requirements
2. The flexible cord must be Type SPT-3 or equivalent, No. 18
AWG, 3-conductor. The wall plug must be a two-pole
grounding type with a NEMA 5-15P (15A, 125V) or NEMA
6-15P (15A, 250V) configuration.
3. The appliance coupler, flexible cord, and wall plug must bear
a “T” mark and registration number in accordance with the
Japanese Dentori Law. The flexible cord must be Type VCT
or VCTF, 3-conductor, 1.00mm2 conductor size. The wall
plug must be a two-pole grounding type with a Japanese
Industrial Standard C8303 (7A, 125V) configuration.
Maintenance and Service Guide
B–3
C
Screw Listing
This appendix provides specification and reference information
for the screws used in the computer. All screws listed in this
appendix are available in the Miscellaneous Screw Kit, spare part
number 241440-001.
Maintenance and Service Guide
C–1
Table C-1
Torx T8 M2 × 7.0 Screw
Color
Qty
Length
Thread
Head
Width
Black
9
7.0 mm
2 mm
4.0 mm
Where used:
1 One screw that secures the keyboard to the base enclosure (documented in
Section 5.5)
2 Three screws that secure the top cover to the base enclosure (documented
in Section 5.11)
C–2
Maintenance and Service Guide
Table C-1
Torx T8 M2 × 7.0 Screw (Continued)
Color
Qty
Length
Thread
Head
Width
Black
9
7.0 mm
2 mm
4.0 mm
Where used:
1 Two screws that secure the switch cover to the base enclosure (documented
in Section 5.9)
2 Two screws that secure the display to the base enclosure (documented in
Section 5.10)
Maintenance and Service Guide
C–3
Table C-1
Torx T8 M2 × 7.0 Screw (Continued)
Color
Qty
Length
Thread
Head
Width
Black
9
7.0 mm
2 mm
4.0 mm
Where used:
One screw that secures the display ground cable to the base enclosure
(documented in Section 5.10)
C–4
Maintenance and Service Guide
Table C-2
Phillips M1 × 6.0 Screw
Color
Qty
Length
Thread
Head
Width
Black
1
6.0 mm
1 mm
4.0 mm
Where used:
One screw that secures the fan to the system board (documented in
Section 5.13)
Maintenance and Service Guide
C–5
Table C-3
Phillips M2 × 6.5 Screw
Color
Qty
Length
Thread
Head
Width
Silver
1
6.5 mm
2 mm
4.0 mm
Where used:
One screw that secures the fan to the system board (documented in
Section 5.13)
C–6
Maintenance and Service Guide
Table C-4
Torx T8 M2 × 5.0 Screw
Color
Qty
Length
Thread
Head
Width
Silver
12
5.0 mm
2 mm
4.0 mm
Where used:
1 Two screws that secure the memory expansion compartment cover to the
base enclosure (refer to the Hardware Guide included with the computer for
installation procedure)
2 Two screws that secure the top cover to the base enclosure (documented in
Section 5.11)
3 Three screws that secure the top cover to the base enclosure (documented
in Section 5.11)
4 Two screws that secure the system board to the base enclosure
(documented in Section 5.12)
Maintenance and Service Guide
C–7
Table C-4
Torx T8 M2 × 5.0 Screw (Continued)
Color
Qty
Length
Thread
Head
Width
Silver
12
5.0 mm
2 mm
4.0 mm
Where used:
Three screws that secure the system board to the base enclosure (documented
in Section 5.12)
C–8
Maintenance and Service Guide
Table C-5
7.0 mm × 20.0 Bushing Guide
Color
Qty
Length
Thread
Head
Width
Silver
2
20 mm
n/a
7.0 mm
Where used:
Two bushing guides that secure the system board to the base enclosure
(documented in Section 5.12)
Maintenance and Service Guide
C–9
Index
A
C
AC adapter
spare part numbers 3–13
specifications 6–10
Advanced Menu, Computer
Setup 2–5
aircraft power adapter, spare
part number 3–14
audio troubleshooting 2–25
auto power adapter/charger,
spare part number 3–14
cables, handling 4–2
caps lock key 1–11
caps lock light 1–13
CD-ROM drive
illustrated 3–10
option part number 3–10
OS loading problems 2–24
spare part number 3–7,
3–10
specifications 6–7
CD-RW drive
illustrated 3–10
option part number 3–10
specifications 6–9
Certificate of Authenticity
label 1–15
Compaq Diagnostics 2–1, 2–7
components
bottom 1–14
front 1–6
keyboard 1–10
left side 1–8
rear panel 1–8
right side 1–6
top 1–12
composite TV connector 1–9
B
base enclosure
illustrated 3–6
spare part number 3–7
battery compartment 1–15
battery components
light 1–7
release latch 1–15
specifications 6–10
battery pack
illustrated 3–6
spare part numbers 3–7,
3–14
bottom components 1–14
Maintenance and Service Guide
Index–1
Index
Computer Setup
Advanced Menu 2–5
File Menu 2–3
overview 2–1
Security Menu 2–4
computer specifications 6–1
connector pin assignments
headphone jack A–1
keyboard connector A–2
microphone jack A–1
modem jack A–2
monitor connector A–5
mouse connector A–2
network interface jack A–3
parallel connector A–6
RJ-11 jack A–2
RJ-45 jack A–3
serial connector A–4
speaker jack A–1
universal serial bus (USB)
connector A–3
connectors, handling 4–2
cursor control keys 1–11
D
DC-DC converter board
illustrated 3–6
removing 5–30
spare part number 3–7,
5–30
diagnostics
configuration information
2–7
test information 2–8
disassembly sequence
chart 5–3
Index–2
diskette drive
illustrated 3–9
light 1–7
option part number 3–9
OS loading problems 2–23
spare part number 3–7, 3–9
specifications 6–6
display
illustrated 3–2
release latch 1–6
removing 5–17
spare part numbers 3–3,
5–17
specifications 6–3
DMA specifications 6–11
docking
connector 1–9
recess latch 1–15
docking station
troubleshooting 2–18
drive activity light 1–7
drives, preventing damage 4–3
DVD-ROM drive
illustrated 3–10
option part number 3–10
OS loading problems 2–24
spare part number 3–7,
3–10
specifications 6–8
E
Easy Access buttons 1–13
electrostatic damage
prevention 4–4
electrostatic voltage levels 4–7
Maintenance and Service Guide
Index
embedded numeric
keypad 1–11
external battery charger, spare
part number 3–14
external diskette drive cable
3–9
external monitor connector
1–9
external MultiBay cradle 3–9
F
fan
illustrated 3–4
location 1–14
removing 5–27
spare part number 3–5,
5–27
features 1–1
feet
illustrated 3–8
locations 5–5
File Menu, Computer Setup
2–3
Fn key 1–11
front components 1–6
function keys 1–11
G
grounding equipment/methods
4–6
H
hard drive
illustrated 3–6, 3–9
location 1–9
OS loading problems 2–20
Maintenance and Service Guide
security screw 1–15
spare part numbers 3–7,
3–9
specifications 6–4
headphone jack
location 1–7
pin assignments A–1
I
I/O address specifications
6–13
I/O interface board 5–32
illustrated parts catalog 3–1
infrared port 1–7
interrupt specifications 6–12
IOmega ZIP drive
option part number 3–11
spare part number 3–7,
3–11
K
keyboard
components 1–10
illustrated 3–2, 3–4
removing 5–6
spare part numbers 3–3,
3–5, 5–6
troubleshooting 2–28
keyboard connector
location 1–8
pin assignments A–2
L
left side components 1–8
Logo Kit spare part
number 3–13
Index–3
Index
M
mass storage devices, part
numbers 3–9, 3–10
memory expansion board,
spare part numbers 3–14
memory expansion
compartment cover
illustrated 3–8
location 1–15
memory map specifications
6–16
Microdrive, part numbers
3–11
microphone jack
location 1–7
pin assignments A–1
Miscellaneous Plastics Kit
components 3–8
spare part number 3–5, 3–8
modem
removing 5–10
spare part numbers 3–7,
3–12, 5–10
troubleshooting 2–30
modem adapter, spare part
numbers 3–12
modem cable
illustrated 3–6
removing 5–33
routing 5–35
spare part number 3–12,
5–33
modem cable adapter, spare
part numbers 3–12
modem jack, pin assignments
A–2
Index–4
modem/NIC cover
illustrated 3–8
removing 5–10
monitor connector
location 1–9
pin assignments A–5
mouse button 1–13
mouse connector
location 1–8
pin assignments A–2
MultiBay
battery pack, spare part
number 3–7, 3–14
device, illustrated 3–6
hard drive, option part
numbers 3–11
location 1–6, 1–14
release latch 1–14
MultiPort Module
cover, illustrated 3–8
location 1–8
N
network interface card (NIC)
removing 5–10
spare part number 5–10
network, troubleshooting 2–30
nonfunctioning device,
troubleshooting 2–18, 2–27
num lock light 1–12
numeric keypad, embedded
1–11
O
operating system loading,
troubleshooting 2–19
Maintenance and Service Guide
Index
P
packing precautions 4–4
parallel connector
location 1–9
pin assignments A–6
password, clearing 1–4
PC Card
eject buttons 1–9
slot space savers 3–8
slots 1–9
plastic parts 4–2
pointing device,
troubleshooting 2–29
pointing stick 1–13
power
jack 1–8
light 1–7
switch 1–13
troubleshooting 2–12
power cord
3-conductor set B–1
country-specific
requirements B–2
general requirements B–1
notes B–2
set requirements B–1
spare part numbers 3–14
power management
features 1–5
R
real time clock (RTC) battery
illustrated 3–8
removing 5–12
rear panel components 1–8
Maintenance and Service Guide
removal procedures 4–1, 5–1
replacement procedures 4–1,
5–1
right side components 1–6
RJ-11 jack
location 1–6
pin assignments A–2
RJ-11 P55 adapter spare part
numbers 3–13
RJ-11 PTT adapter spare part
number 3–13
RJ-45 jack
location 1–9
pin assignments A–3
RJ-45 network cable, spare
part number 3–13
ROM, system 5–12
S
Screw Kit
components C–1
spare part number 3–13
screw listing C–1
scroll button 1–13
scroll lock light 1–12
security cable slot 1–7
Security Menu, Computer
Setup 2–4
serial connector
location 1–9
pin assignments A–4
serial number 1–15, 3–1, 5–2
service considerations 4–1
speaker jack pin assignments
A–1
Index–5
Index
speakers
disconnecting 5–16
location 1–13
specifications
AC adapter 6–10
battery 6–10
CD-ROM drive 6–7
CD-RW drive 6–9
computer 6–1
diskette drive 6–6
display 6–3
DMA 6–11
DVD-ROM drive 6–8
hard drive 6–4
I/O addresses 6–13
interrupts 6–12
memory map 6–16
Standby button 1–13
static shielding materials 4–7
stereo line-out jack 1–7
SuperDisk LS120 drive, spare
part number 3–7, 3–10
switch cover
illustrated 3–2
removing 5–15
spare part number 3–3,
5–15
system board
illustrated 3–6
removing 5–23
spare part numbers 3–7,
5–23
system memory map 6–16
system ROM, location 5–12
Index–6
T
tools required 4–1
top components 1–12
top cover
illustrated 3–4
removing 5–20
spare part number 3–5,
5–20
touch button
removing 5–13
spare part number 3–5,
5–13
TouchPad
illustrated 3–4
removing 5–13
spare part number 3–5,
5–13
transporting precautions 4–4
troubleshooting
audio 2–25
Compaq Diagnostics 2–7
Computer Setup 2–2
docking station 2–18
flowcharts 2–10
keyboard 2–28
modem 2–30
network 2–30
nonfunctioning device
2–18, 2–27
operating system loading
2–19
overview 2–1
pointing device 2–29
power 2–12
video 2–16
TV connector 1–9
Maintenance and Service Guide
Index
U
universal serial bus (USB)
connector
location 1–9
pin assignments A–3
V
vent 1–9, 1–14
Maintenance and Service Guide
video troubleshooting 2–16
volume control buttons 1–7
W
Windows application key
1–11
Windows logo key 1–11
workstation precautions 4–5
Index–7
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