Compaq EVO N610C
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Compaq Evo PCs and solutions consolidate existing brands into one product line featuring fresh contemporary design and innovation to simplify, enhance, and evolve business computing. Evo represents the gradual evolution into the next era of corporate computing, changing the way personal computing products look and simplifying the way they are used and integrated into networked environments. Evo PCs and solutions are easy to deploy and manage, while being innovative and flexible enough to meet th... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Compaq EVO N610C photo ]
Compaq EVO N610C Laptop & Notebook, size: 3.3 MB
Compaq EVO N610C
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User reviews and opinions
|golfer_1367||9:05am on Tuesday, July 27th, 2010|
|2004-07-14 22:18:25 In the past 18 months the hard drive had to be recovered once. The unit recently failed as I was using it.|
|rshel||2:12am on Tuesday, July 20th, 2010|
|Sorry for P. Myers Your personal opinion with no stats to back your negative rating.|
|bhall96992||4:53pm on Saturday, July 17th, 2010|
|Good laptop but not perfect. I bought this laptop off of ebay about a year ago. While I had the chance to use it, it was pretty reliable.|
|marke||4:00am on Wednesday, June 9th, 2010|
|The compaq Evo N610c is now an aging machine but still manages to handle the everyday tasks of a home-user or light business user.|
|greggx37||1:49am on Thursday, June 3rd, 2010|
|Old laptop, but still runs very well even with Windows 7 This laptop was given to me earlier this year (2009) with a broken hard drive. Extraordinary machine A compaq Evo N610c notebook came into my possession in 2008, when it was 5 or 6 years old.|
|redboricua||1:20am on Saturday, April 10th, 2010|
|Very light and slim. Horrible thermal design. Heat from CPU will eventually fry the hard drive.|
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Table 1-3 Compaq Evo Notebook N610c Models
The following Evo Notebook N610c models feature: Dual Stick pointing device (TouchPad and pointing stick) 8-cell, 4.0-Ah Li ion battery pack 3-year warranty on parts, labor, and on-site, next business day response 32 MB of discrete video memory configuration code KT81 N6c PXV C 25 2
United States N6c P4 200
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470050-083 XC 2
470050-733 XC O
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Table 1-3 Compaq Evo Notebook N610c Models (Continued)
The following Evo Notebook N610c models feature: Dual Stick pointing device (TouchPad and pointing stick) 8-cell, 4.0-Ah Li ion battery pack 3-year warranty on parts and labor 32 MB of discrete video memory configuration code KT8Z N6c PPW C 470050-927 470050-928 470050-929 470050-911 470050-930 470050-931 470050-932 470050-933 470050-934 470050-936 470037-749
Belgium Czech Republic Denmark France French Canada Germany Greece/Poland Hungary Israel Italy The Netherlands
RJ-11 modem Mono microphone Stereo line-out/headphone MultiPort Universal serial bus (USB) 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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1.3 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 notebook for disassembly (refer to Section 5.3, Preparing the Notebook for Disassembly, for more information). 2. Remove the RTC battery (refer to Section 5.6, Disk Cell RTC Battery). 3. Wait approximately five minutes. 4. Replace the RTC battery and reassemble the notebook. 5. Connect AC power to the notebook. Do not reinsert any battery packs at this time. 6. Turn on the notebook. All passwords and all CMOS settings have been cleared.
1.4 Power Management
The notebook comes with power management features that extend battery operating time and conserve power. The notebook 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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1.5 Notebook External Components
The external components on the front and right side of the Evo Notebook N620c, N610c, N610v, and N600c are shown in Figure 1-2 and described in Table 1-5.
Figure 1-2. Front and Right Side Components
Table 1-5 Front and Right Side Panel Components
Item 1 Component Power light Function On: Power is turned on. Blinking: Notebook is in Standby. The power light also blinks if a battery pack that is the only available power source reaches a low-battery condition. On: A battery pack is charging. Blinking: A battery pack that is the only available power source has reached a low-battery condition.
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Table 1-5 Front and Right Side Panel Components (Continued)
Item Component Drive activity light Media Bay light Function Turns on when the hard drive, CD-, or DVD-ROM drive is accessed. Turns on when the diskette drive in the Media Bay or the optional external diskette drive is accessed. Links to another IrDA-compliant device for wireless communication. Adjust the volume of the stereo speakers. Connects stereo speakers, headphones, headset, or television audio. Connects a mono microphone, disabling the built-in microphone. Opens the notebook. Attaches an optional security cable to the notebook. Accepts a diskette drive, CD- or DVD-ROM drive, or secondary battery pack. Connects the modem cable to an internal modem. A modem cable is included with internal modem models.
F1 through F12 function keys
Embedded numeric keypad Cursor control keys Windows application key Windows logo key
Caps lock key
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1.6 Design Overview
This section presents a design overview of key parts and features of the notebook. 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 4 and Pentium III processors Fan PC Card Modem or modem/NIC
The notebook 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 notebook.
CAUTION: To properly ventilate the notebook, allow at least a 7.6-cm (3-inch) clearance on the left and right sides of the notebook.
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 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
The computer features two Compaq system management utilities:
Computer SetupA 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 DiagnosticsA system information and diagnostic utility that is used within your Windows operating system. Use this utility whenever possible to:
Display system information. Test system components. Troubleshoot a device configuration problem in Windows 2000, Windows XP Professional, or Windows XP Home.
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.
Selecting from the File Menu
Table 2-1 File Menu
Select System Information To Do This
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 Restore from Floppy Restore Defaults
Save system configuration settings to a diskette. Restore system configuration settings from a diskette. Replace configuration settings in Computer Setup with factory default settings. (Identification information is retained.) Cancel changes entered during the current session, then exit and restart the computer. Save changes entered during the current session, then exit and restart the computer.
Ignore Changes and Exit Save Changes and Exit
Selecting from the Security Menu
Table 2-2 Security Menu
Select Setup Password To Do This 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.) Enter, change, or delete a power-on password. Enable/disable DriveLock; change a DriveLock User or Master password. Settings are accessible Drive Lockenter Computer Setup byonly when you turning on (not restarting) the computer. Password Options Password options can be selected only when a power-on password has been set. Enable/disable:
Power-on Password DriveLock Passwords
QuickLock QuickLock on Standby QuickBlank
To enable QuickLock on Standby or QuickBlank, you must first enable
Ports or diskette drives* Diskette write* CD-ROM or diskette startup
for a can Settingsin theDVD-ROMfield. be entered CD-ROM 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.
Selecting from the Advanced Menu
Table 2-3 Advanced Menu
Select Language (or press F2) Boot Options To Do This Change the Computer Setup language. Enable/disable:
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.)
Table 2-3 Advanced Menu (Continued)
Select Device Options (continued) To Do This
Change the parallel port mode from Enhanced Parallel Port (EPP, the default setting) to standard, bidirectional, EPP or Enhanced Capabilities Port (ECP). 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.
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.
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:
Quick TestRuns a quick, general test on each device in a selected category. Complete TestPerforms maximum testing on each device in a selected category. Custom TestPerforms maximum testing on a selected device.
To run all tests for your selected device, click Check All. To run only the tests you select, click Uncheck All, then select the checkbox for each test you want to run.
5. Select a test mode:
Interactive ModeProvides maximum control over the testing process. You determine whether the test was passed or failed, and you may be prompted to insert or remove devices. Unattended ModeDoes not display prompts. If errors are found, they are displayed when testing is complete.
6. Click Begin Testing. 7. Select a tab to view a test report:
Status tabSummarizes the tests run, passed, and failed during the current testing session. Log tabLists 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 tabLists all errors found in the computer with their error codes. Log tabSelect Save. Error tabSelect Save. Log tabSelect File > Save As, then print the file from your folder.
8. Select a tab to save the report:
9. Select a tab to print the report:
2.3 Troubleshooting Flowcharts
Table 2-4 Troubleshooting Flowcharts Overview
Flowchart 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 2.9 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 2.14 2.15 2.16 2.17 2.18 2.19 2.20 Description Initial Troubleshooting No Power, Part 1 No Power, Part 2 No Power, Part 3 No Power, Part 4 No Video, Part 1 No Video, Part 2 Nonfunctioning Docking Station No Operating System (OS) Loading No OS Loading From Hard Drive, Part 1 No OS Loading From Hard Drive, Part 2 No OS Loading From Hard Drive, Part 3 No OS Loading From Diskette Drive No OS Loading From CD- or DVD-ROM Drive No Audio, Part 1 No Audio, Part 2 Nonfunctioning Device Nonfunctioning Keyboard Nonfunctioning Pointing Device No Network or Modem Connection
Flowchart 2.1 - Initial Troubleshooting
Is there power? Go to Flowchart 2.2, No Power, Part 1.
Beeps, LEDs, or error messages? Check LED board, speaker connections. All drives working?
Go to Flowchart 2.17, Nonfunctioning Device.
Is there video? (no boot) Go to Flowchart 2.6, No Video, Part 1.
Keyboard/ pointing device working? Go to Flowchart 2.18, Nonfunctioning Keyboard, or Flowchart 2.19, Nonfunctioning Pointing Device.
Go to Flowchart 2.11, No OS Loading from Hard Drive, Part 2.
OS loading? Done
Boot from CD?
Boot from diskette?
Check the setup utility for correct booting order.
Change boot priority through the setup utility and reboot.
Go to Flowchart 2.13, No OS Loading from Diskette Drive.
Boot from hard drive?
Done Boot from hard drive?
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Flowchart 2.11 - No OS Loading from Hard Drive, Part 2
Continued from Flowchart 2.10, No OS Loading from Hard Drive, Part 1.
Reseat hard drive.
CD or diskette in drive? 1. Replace hard drive. 2. Replace system board. Hard drive accessible?
Remove diskette and reboot. Run FDISK.
Boot from hard drive? Done Hard drive partitioned?
Create partition, then format hard drive to bootable C:\ prompt.
Boot from diskette drive? Go to Flowchart 2.13, No OS Loading from Diskette Drive.
Hard drive formatted?
Hard drive accessible?
Format hard drive and bring to a bootable C:\ prompt. Computer booted?
Load OS using Restore CD (if applicable).
Go to Flowchart 2.12, No OS Loading from Hard Drive, Part 3.
Flowchart 2.12 - No OS Loading from Hard Drive, Part 3
Continued from Flowchart 2.11, No OS Loading from Hard Drive, Part 2.
System files on hard drive? Install OS and reboot.
Virus on hard drive? Clean virus. OS loading from hard drive?
Run SCANDISK and check for bad sectors.
Diagnostics on diskette? Replace hard drive.
Can bad sectors be fixed? Replace hard drive. Run diagnostics and follow recommendations.
Fix bad sectors. Boot from hard drive? Replace hard drive.
Flowchart 2.13 - No OS Loading from Diskette Drive
OS not loading from diskette drive. Reseat diskette drive. OS loading? Done
Nonsystem disk message? Bootable diskette in drive?
Install bootable diskette and reboot computer.
Boot from another device? Go to Flowchart 2.17, Nonfunctioning Device.
Check diskette for system files. Try different diskette.
Diskette drive enabled in the setup utility? Enable drive and cold boot computer. Nonsystem disk error?
1. Replace diskette drive. 2. Replace system board.
Diskette drive boot order? Clear CMOS. Refer to Section 1.3, Clearing a Password, for instructions.
Table 3-4 Spare Parts: Miscellaneous (not illustrated)
Description AC adaptors 90-Watt AC adapter power supply 65-Watt AC adapter power supply 50-Watt AC adapter power supply Bluetooth wireless communication MultiPort module Logo kit Modems Type III mini PCI combination 56-Kbps modem/NIC Type III mini PCI combination 56-Kbps modem/3DES NIC Type III mini PCI 56-Kbps modem Modem adapters Czech German Hungarian Norwegian Swiss Modem cable Modem cable adapters Australian Belgian French
239705-001 239704-001 120765-001 230336-001 304204-001
230338-001 230339-001 230337-001
234963-221 236432-041 234963-211 234963-091 198294-111 234962-001
304398-011 304398-181 304398-051
Table 3-4 Spare Parts: Miscellaneous (not illustrated) (Continued)
Description Power cord, black, 6 feet Australian Danish European/Middle Eastern/African Italian Japanese Korean Swiss U.K. English U.S. English RJ-11 P55 adapters Danish Finnish Italian Swedish RJ-11 PTT adapter (used in the United Kingdom) RJ-45 network cable Screw Kit (includes the following screws and bushing guides; refer to Appendix C, Screw Listing, for more information on screw specifications and usage)
246959-011 246959-081 246959-021 246959-061 246959-291 246959-AD1 246959-AG1 246959-031 246959-001
316904-081 316904-351 316904-061 316904-101 158593-031 239049-001 241440-001
Torx T8 MTorx T8 M7.0-mm bushing guide
Phillips MPhillips M2 6.5
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 wrench (for Evo Notebook N600c models) 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. the As you remove each subassembly from the computer, place work subassembly (and all accompanying screws) away from the area to prevent damage.
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.
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.
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 in 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 in a bubble pack mailer or other suitable form of protective packaging and label the package Fragile: Handle With Care.
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. Or the device may function normally for a while, then degrade in the internal layers, reducing its life expectancy.
Table 6-10 System DMA
Hardware DMA DMA0 DMA1 DMA2 DMA3 DMA4 DMA5 DMA6 DMA7 System Function Available for audio Entertainment audio (default; alternate = DMA0, DMA3, none) Diskette drive ECP parallel port LPT1 (default; alternate = DMA0, none) DMA controller cascading (not available) Available for PC Card Not assigned Not assigned
PC Card controller can use DMA 1, 2, or 5.
Table 6-11 System Interrupts
Hardware IRQ IRQ0 IRQ1 IRQ2 IRQ3 IRQ4 IRQ5 IRQ6 IRQ7 IRQ8 IRQ9 IRQ10 IRQ11 IRQ12 IRQ13 IRQ14 IRQ15 System Function System timer Keyboard controller Cascaded COM2 COM1 Audio (default)* Diskette drive Parallel port Real time clock (RTC) Infrared System use System use Internal point stick or external mouse Coprocessor (not available to any peripheral) IDE interface (hard drive and optical drive) System use
IRQ4, IRQ5, IRQ7, IRQ10, PC Cards may assert IRQ3, infrared or the serialIRQ9,may assert IRQ11, or IRQ15. Either the port IRQ3 or IRQ4. *Default configuration; audio possible configurations are IRQ5, IRQ7, IRQ9, IRQ10, or none.
Table 6-12 System I/O Addresses
I/O Address (hex) 00000F 01001F 024 02503F 02E02F 04005F 04405F 06506F 070071 07207F 08008F 09309F 0A00A1 System Function (shipping configuration) DMA controller no. 1 Unused Interrupt controller no. 1 Opti chipset configuration registers Unused 87334 Super IO configuration for CPU Counter/timer registers Unused Keyboard controller Port B Unused Keyboard controller Unused NMI enable/real time clock Unused DMA page registers Unused Port A Unused Interrupt controller no. 2
Table 6-12 System I/O Addresses (Continued)
I/O Address (hex) 0A20BF 0C00DF 0E00EF 0F00F1 0F20FF 10016F 170177 1781EF 1F01F7 1F20221F 22022F 23026D 26E26 27827F 2802AB 2A02A7 2A82E7 2E82EF System Function (shipping configuration) Unused DMA controller no. 2 Unused Coprocessor busy clear/reset Unused Unused Secondary fixed disk controller Unused Primary fixed disk controller Unused Joystick (decoded in ESS1688) Unused Entertainment audio Unused Unused Unused Unused Unused Unused Reserved serial port
I/O Address (hex) 2F02F7 2F82FF 30031F 32036F 370377 37837F 380387 38838B 38C3AF 3B03BB 3BC3BF 3C03DF 3E03E1 3E23E3 3E83EF 3F03F7 3F83FF CF8CFB CFCCFF System Function (shipping configuration) Unused Infrared port Unused Unused Secondary diskette drive controller Parallel port (LPT1/default) Unused FM synthesizerOPL3 Unused VGA Reserved (parallel port/no EPP support) VGA PC Card controller in CPU Unused Internal modem A diskette controller Serial port (COM1/default) PCI configuration index register (PCIDIVO-1) PCI configuration data register (PCIDIVO-1)
Figure C-3. PM2.5 5.0 Screw Location
Table C-3 Phillips Metric 2.5 5.0 Screw (Continued)
Where used: Evo Notebook N620c, N610c, and N610v modelsOne screw that secures the fan to the heat sink (documented in Section 5.14)
Figure C-4. PM2.5 5.0 Screw Location
Table C-4 Torx T8 Metric 2.5 7.0 Screw
Length 7.0 mm
Where used: 1 One screw that secures the keyboard to the base enclosure (documented in Section 5.7) 2 Three screws that secure the top cover to the base enclosure (documented in Section 5.12) 3 Evo Notebook N620c modelsTwo screws that secure the top cover to the base enclosure in the hard drive bay (documented in Section 5.12)
Figure C-5. TM2.5 7.0 Screw Locations
Table C-4 Torx T8 Metric 2.5 7.0 Screw (Continued)
Where used: 1 Two screws that secure the switch cover to the base enclosure (documented in Section 5.10) 2 Two screws that secure the display to the base enclosure (documented in Section 5.11) 3 Evo Notebook N620c, N610c, and N610v modelsTwo screws that secure the top cover to the base enclosure (documented in Section 5.12)
Figure C-6. TM2.5 7.0 Screw Locations
Where used: 1 One screw that secures the display ground cable to the base enclosure (documented in Section 5.11) 2 Evo Notebook N620c, N610c, and N610v modelsOne screw that secures the top cover to the base enclosure (documented in Section 5.12)
Figure C-7. TM2.5 7.0 Screw Locations
Table C-5 Torx T8 Metric 2.5 5.0 Screw
Head Width 4.0 mm
Where used: 1 Evo Notebook N600c modelsTwo screws that secure the top cover to the base enclosure in the hard drive bay (documented in Section 5.12) 2 Three screws that secure the top cover to the base enclosure in the Media Bay (documented in Section 5.12) 3 Evo Notebook N600c modelsTwo screws that secure the top cover to the base enclosure (documented in Section 5.12)
Figure C-8. TM2.5 5.0 Screw Locations
Table C-5 Torx T8 M2.5 5.0 Screw (Continued)
Where used: 1 Three screws that secure the system board to the base enclosure (documented in Section 5.13) 2 Evo Notebook N620c, N610c, and N610v models onlyTwo screws that secure the system board to the base enclosure through the rear panel (documented in Section 5.13)
Figure C-9. TM2.5 5.0 Screw Locations
Table C-6 7.0 mm 20.0 mm Bushing Guide
Length 20 mm
Head Width 7.0 mm
Where used: Evo Notebook N600c models onlyTwo bushing guides that secure the system board to the base enclosure (documented in Section 5.13)
Figure C-10. 7.0 20.0 Bushing Guide Location
Table C-7 Torx Metric 2.0 3.0 Screw
Where used: Evo Notebook N620c, N610c, and N610v modelsTwo screws that secures the top cover to the system board (documented in Section 5.12)
Figure C-11. TM2.0 3.0 Screw Location
Table C-8 Phillips Metric 2.0 4.0 Screw
Head Width 3.5 mm
Where used: Evo Notebook N600c models onlyOne screw that secures the fan to the system board (documented in Section 5.14)
Figure C-12. PM2.0 4.0 Screw Location
Table C-8 Phillips M2.0 4.0 Screw (Continued)
Where used: Evo Notebook N620c, N610c, and N610v models onlyThree screws that secure the fan to the system board (documented in Section 5.14)
Figure C-13. PM2.0 4.0 Screw Location (Continued)
Where used: Evo Notebook N620c, N610c, and N610v models onlySix screws that secure the heat sink and processor mounting bracket to the system board (documented in Section 5.15)
Figure C-14. PM2.0 4.0 Screw Location (Continued)
AC adapter spare part numbers 322 specifications 610 audio troubleshooting 225 CD-ROM drive OS loading problems 224 spare part number 315, 321, 56 specifications 67 CD-RW drive spare part number 315, 321, 56 specifications 69 Certificate of Authenticity label 141 components front 132 keyboard 144 left side 134, 136 rear panel 134, 136 right side 132 top 142 Computer Setup Advanced Menu 25 File Menu 23 Security Menu 24 computer specifications 61 connector pin assignments headphone jack A1 keyboard connector A2 microphone jack A1 modem jack A2
base enclosure, spare part numbers 313 battery components compartment 139, 141 light 132 pack, removing 54 pack, spare part numbers 313 release latch 139, 141, 55 spare part numbers 54 specifications 610 Bluetooth wireless communication MultiPort module, spare part number 322
cables, service considerations 42 caps lock key 144 caps lock light 142
monitor connector A5 mouse connector A2 network interface jack A3 parallel connector A6 RJ-11 jack A2 RJ-45 jack A3 serial connector A4 speaker jack A1 universal serial bus (USB) connector A3 connectors, service considerations 42 cursor control keys 144
DC power jack 136 DC-DC converter board removing 552 spare part numbers 311, 552 diagnostics configuration information 27 test information 28 diskette drive light 133 OS loading problems 223 spare part number 315, 319, 321, 56 specifications 66 display release latch 133 removing 529 spare part numbers 33, 529 specifications 63
DMA specifications 611 docking connector 137, 139 docking recess latch 141 docking station, troubleshooting 218 drive activity light 133 drives, preventing damage 43 DVD/CD-RW combination drive, spare part number 315, 321, 56 DVD-ROM drive OS loading problems 224 spare part number 315, 321, 56 specifications 68
Easy Access buttons 143 electrostatic discharge 44, 47 embedded numeric keypad 144 external monitor connector 135, 137
fan 141 location 139 removing 542 spare part number 39, 542 feet illustrated 316 locations 511 Fn key 144 front components 132 function keys 144
grounding equipment and methods 46
keyboard components 144 removing 517 spare part numbers 33, 35, 517 troubleshooting 228 keyboard connector location 134, 137 pin assignments A2
hard drive location 135, 137, 139 OS loading problems 220 removing 58 security screw 139 spare part numbers 313, 319, 58 specifications 64 hard drive bezel illustrated 316 removing 510 hard drive security screw 141 headphone jack location 133 pin assignments A1 heat sink removing 546 spare part number 311, 546
left side components 134, 136 Logo Kit, spare part number 322
mass storage devices 318 Media Bay 140 location 133, 138 release latch 138 Media Bay device removing 57 spare part numbers 315, 321, 56 Media Bay release latch 140, 57 Media Bay space saver 316 memory expansion board removing 522 spare part numbers 39, 522 memory expansion compartment cover illustrated 316 location 141
I/O address specifications 613 illustrated parts catalog 31 infrared port 133 interrupt specifications 612 Iomega Zip drive, spare part number 315, 321, 56
memory map specifications 616 microphone jack location 133 pin assignments A1 mini PCI communications board removing 512 spare part numbers 313, 512 mini PCI compartment cover illustrated 316 location 139 removing 513 Miscellaneous Plastics Kit components 316 spare part number 37, 317 models 12 modem removing 512 spare part numbers 313, 322, 512 troubleshooting 230 modem adapter, spare part numbers 322 modem cable illustrated 316 removing 554 routing 556 spare part number 322 modem cable adapter, spare part numbers 322 modem jack, pin assignments A2
modem/NIC cover illustrated 316 removing 513, 523 monitor connector location 135, 137 pin assignments A5 mouse connector location 134, 137 pin assignments A2 MultiPort 136 MultiPort module cover, illustrated 316
network interface card (NIC) removing 512 spare part numbers 313, 512 network, troubleshooting 230 nonfunctioning device, troubleshooting 218, 227 num lock light 142 numeric keypad, embedded 144
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|Recommended Use||Small business, corporate business|
|Built-in Devices||Microphone, stereo speakers, keyboard, touchpad, pointing stick, display, LED panel|
|Bundled with||HP iPAQ H3850 Pocket PC|
|Processor||Intel Pentium 4-M 1.8 GHz|
|Data Bus Speed||400 MHz|
|Type||L2 cache - Advanced Transfer Cache|
|Installed Size||512 KB|
|Installed Size||256 MB / 1 GB (max)|
|Technology||DDR SDRAM - 266 MHz|
|Memory Specification Compliance||PC2100|
|Form Factor||SO DIMM 200-pin|
|Hard Drive||30 GB|
|Type||DVD-ROM - removable plug-in module|
|Display Type||14.1" TFT|
|Max Resolution||1024 x 768 ( XGA )|
|Color Support||24-bit (16.7 million colors)|
|Graphics Processor / Vendor||AGP 4x - ATI Mobility Radeon 7500|
|Video Memory||32 MB DDR SDRAM|
|Audio Output||Sound card|
|Type||Keyboard, touchpad, pointing stick|
|Modem||Fax / modem - Mini PCI|
|Max Transfer Rate||56 Kbps|
|Protocols & Specifications||ITU V.21, Bell 212A, ITU V.22bis, ITU V.29, ITU V.32, ITU V.32bis, ITU V.34, ITU V.90, ITU V.17, ITU V.23, ITU V.27ter, ITU V.8bis, Bell 103J, ITU V.92 , ITU V.80, ITU-T T.30, ITU V.251, ITU V.250|
|Data Link Protocol||Ethernet, Fast Ethernet|
|Remote Management Protocol||DMI 2.3|
|Compliant Standards||IEEE 802.2, IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u, WfM 2.0|
|Expansion / Connectivity|
|Expansion Bays||1 x front accessible|
|Expansion Slots Total (Free)||1 ( 1 ) x CardBus - type III (2 x type I / II) 2 ( 1 ) x memory - SO DIMM 200-pin 1 ( 1 ) x MultiPort|
|Interfaces||1 x docking / port replicator 1 x parallel - IEEE 1284 (EPP/ECP) - 25 pin D-Sub (DB-25) 1 x serial - RS-232 - 9 pin D-Sub (DB-9) 1 x display / video - S-video output - 4 pin mini-DIN 1 x display / video - VGA - 15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15) 1 x keyboard / mouse - generic - 6 pin mini-DIN (PS/2 style) 1 x audio - line-out/headphones - mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm 1 x audio - line-in/microphone - mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm 1 x modem - phone line - RJ-11 1 x network - Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX - RJ-45 1 x infrared - IrDA 2 x Hi-Speed USB - 4 pin USB Type A|
|Features||Security lock slot (cable lock sold separately), system password, power-on password, DriveLock, memory change alert, wake on ring, ownership tag|
|Compliant Standards||ACPI 2.0, APM 1.2, FCC Class B certified, CE, CSA, UL, CTR 21, CCIB, ICES-003, NEMKO|
|Voltage Required||AC 110/220 V ± 18% ( 50/60 Hz )|
|Power Provided||65 Watt|
|Installed Qty||1 / 2 (max)|
|Run Time (Up To)||4 hour(s)|
|Recharge Time||2 hour(s)|
|Operating System / Software|
|OS Provided||Microsoft Windows XP Professional|
|ENERGY STAR Qualified||Yes|
|Min Operating Temperature||50 °F|
|Max Operating Temperature||95 °F|
|Humidity Range Operating||10 - 90%|
|Shock Tolerance||10 g @ 11ms half-sine pulse (operating) / 60 g @ 11ms half-sine pulse (non-operating)|
|Vibration Tolerance||0.5 g @ 10-500 Hz (operating) / 1 g @ 10-500 Hz (non-operating)|
|Max Altitude Operating||9840 ft|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
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