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addendum to the hp workstation xw6000 hardware reference guide
The information in this document, where applicable, supersedes specific contents of the hp workstation xw6000 hardware reference guide that is included with your system on the Documentation Library CD. This document includes information about: System board components Installation of a second processor Installation of DIMMs Hyper-Threading Technology
IMPORTANT: Read this document first before referencing the Hardware Reference Guide included on the Documentation Library CD.

System Board Components

IMPORTANT: If the system board part number in your workstation is 339100-xxx, this section replaces the System Board Components section of the existing Hardware Reference Guide.

System board connectors

1 Rear chassis fan connectors 2 Primary processor socket

Continued on next page.

3 Secondary processor socket 4 Processor fan connectors
System board connectors (continued)
5 CPU power connector 6 Power button/LED connector 7 Diskette drive connector 8 Primary ATA connector 9 SCSI connector - Hood sensor connector q Front USB connector w Secondary ATA connector e Front chassis fan connector r Internal speaker connector

t y u i o p a s d f

CD-ROM audio connector Auxiliary audio connector Battery Password jumper CMOS reset switch PCI sockets Front audio connector AGP socket DIMM sockets 24-Position power connector
Installing an Additional Processor
IMPORTANT: If the system board part number in your workstation is 339100-xxx, this section replaces the Installing an Additional Processor section of the existing Hardware Reference Guide.
CAUTION: Failure to follow the workstation preparation instructions and these installation steps could result in an improperly installed processor, causing extensive system damage.
NOTE: The second processor must be of the same speed, cache, size, and type as the primary processor. To install a second processor: 1. Power down your system as instructed in the Hardware Reference Guide. 2. Remove the workstation access panel. 3. Place the workstation in the desktop position.
4. Remove any preinstalled screws from the system board around the second processor socket. 5. Open the second processor socket lever 1 fully (the full swing angle of the lever is approximately 135 degrees). 6. Line up the two keyed corners of the pins on the processor with the two keyed corners of the processor socket and install the processor 2 into the socket. Ensure that the underside of the processor is level with the top of the processor socket.
7. Lightly press down on the top of the processor while closing the socket lever. 8. Check for proper processor seating in the socket. Using your fingers, carefully try to lift the processor out of the socket. A properly seated processor will not lift out of the socket. 9. Remove and discard the green thermal grease protective liner from the bottom of the new fansink and set the fansink over the processor 1. NOTE: Be careful not to touch the exposed thermal grease when handling the fansink. 10. Line up the captive screws 2 of the fansink with the holes on the system board (the holes where the preinstalled screws were removed earlier).
11. Tighten the screws until they no longer turn and the springs are fully compressed. NOTE: The screws should be tightened in a crossing pattern to ensure the fansink is secured correctly. 12. Connect the fansink cable to the system board header 3.
13. Reassemble the workstation and restore power. NOTE: A manual Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL) upgrade is necessary when installing a second processor after the system has gone through the software unbundling process. If a second processor is installed prior to unbundling, a manual upgrade is not necessary. HP recommends that the software unbundling process be completed prior to installing additional components. For information about upgrading to a multiprocessor HAL, refer to the documentation included in your processor upgrade kit.
DIMM Installation Guidelines
IMPORTANT: This section replaces both the DIMM Installation Guidelines and the DIMM Installation Configurations sections of the existing Hardware Reference Guide.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury from hot surfaces, allow the internal system components to cool before touching.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury when replacing or removing DIMMs, allow the module being removed from the DIMM socket sufficient time to cool. DIMM temperatures can reach 212 F (100 C).

NOTE: Although a single-DIMM configuration is possible, it does not provide the optimal system performance that a dual-DIMM (dual-channel) of matching sizes, configuration provides. If you are installing two DIMMs of different sizes, they can only be installed in slot 1 and slot 3 with each DIMM occupying either slot.
NOTE: Although a mixed size dual-DIMM configuration is possible, it does not provide the optimal system performance that a dual-DIMM (dual-channel) of matching sizes, configuration provides. No other memory configurations are supported. Attempts to install memory in other configurations will result in unpredictable system performance.
NOTE: The following table provides acceptable pairing configurations but do not cover all module capacities. However, the same pairing configuration applies regardless of the module type and capacity.
Table 1 - Available Memory Configurations for the xw6000 Channel A

Module Total

Channel B

Slot XMM2

9-device Empty 18-device Empty 18-device 9-device

Slot XMM1

Slot XMM3
Empty 18-device Empty 9-device 9-device 18-device

Slot XMM4

NOTE: Modules must be paired as indicated in this table where slots 1 and 2, and slots 3 and 4 must contain like modules.
Hyper-Threading Technology
Hyper-Threading Technology is a high performance technology, developed by Intel, that allows a single processor to execute multiple threads of instructions simultaneously. Hyper-Threading Technology enables the processor to utilize its execution resources more efficiently, delivering performance increases and improving user productivity. Not all systems benefit from the Hyper-Threading Technology. To see if Hyper-Threading Technology can benefit you, test your system by turning the feature on using the Computer Setup (F10) system utility. To do this, run F10 Setup during boot up and select Advanced > Device Options > Hyper-Threading, and enable the Hyper-Threading Technology. Note the following: If your workstation does not support Hyper-Threading Technology, the Hyper-Threading menu item will not be available on the Computer Setup menu. The Hyper-Threading Technology is recommended for use with Microsoft Windows XP systems. This technology is detected by the system and is turned on in the operating system after it is enabled in the system BIOS. Hyper-Threading is not recommended for use with Windows 2000-based workstations. The Hyper-Threading Technology is compatible with Linux-based systems. An SMP kernel must be installed on your system before this technology can be enabled. For more information about the Hyper-Threading Technology, you can visit the Intel Web site at www.intel.com.

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Contents

1 Product Features
Standard Configuration Features. 11 Front Panel Components. 12 Rear Panel Components. 13 System Board Components. 14 System Board Components (Continued). 15 Audio System. 16 Keyboard. 17 Easy Access Software. 18 Reprogramming the Easy Access Buttons. 18 Locking and Unlocking the Easy Access Buttons. 18 Easy Access Paper Icon Insert. 19 Windows Logo Key. 19 Special Mouse Functions. 110 Serial Number Location. 110 Changing from a Minitower to a Desktop Configuration. 110 Changing from a Desktop to a Minitower Configuration. 114

2 Hardware Upgrades

Installation Sequence. Removing the Workstation Access Panel. Removing the Front Bezel. Installing Additional Memory. DIMM Socket Locations. DIMM Installation Guidelines. DIMM Installation Configurations. Installing DIMMs. Removing DIMMs. Installing Additional Drives. 28 29

Hardware Reference Guide

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Drive Bay Components. 29 Minitower Drive Bay Positions. 210 Desktop Drive Bay Positions. 211 Preparing for Drive Installation. 212 Removing the Bezel Blank. 212 Locating the Hardware Screws. 214 Installing a Hard Drive. 214 Installing a Hard Drive into a 3.5-Inch Drive Bay. 214 Installing a Hard Drive into a 5.25-Inch Drive Bay. 216 Removing a Drive. 219 Installing and Removing an Expansion Board. 222 Identifying the AGP and PCI Sockets. 222 Installing an Expansion Board. 223 Removing an Expansion Board. 224 Installing an Additional Processor. 225 Upgrading a Processor. 230 Preparing for a Processor Upgrade. 230 Hardware Components Required. 231 Guidelines for Separating the Heatsink/Processor Assembly. 231 Removing an Existing Processor. 232 Installing a New Processor. 235
A Specifications B Hard Drive Installation
Using the Cable-Select Feature with Ultra ATA Devices. Guidelines for Installing Ultra ATA Devices. SCSI Devices. Guidelines for Using SCSI Devices. Guidelines for Installing SCSI Devices. SCSI Controllers. SCSI Cables. Using a SCSI Cable. Using SCSISelect with SCSI Devices. B1 B2 B3 B3 B5 B5 B6 B6 B7
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C Battery Replacement

Replacing the Battery. C1
D Security Lock Provisions
Securing the Workstation. D1
E Electrostatic Discharge

Preventing Electrostatic Damage. E1 Grounding Methods. E2
F Routine Computer Care and Shipping Preparation
Routine Computer Care. CD-ROM Drive Precautions. Operation. Cleaning. Safety. Shipping Preparation. F1 F2 F2 F2 F2 F3
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Product Features

Standard Configuration Features
The HP workstation xw6000 is a minitower system that can be easily converted to a desktop. Features may vary depending on your model. For a complete listing of the hardware and software installed in your workstation, run Diagnostics for Windows or the INSPECT utility (available on some models). Instructions for using these utilities are provided in the Troubleshooting Guide on the Documentation Library CD.
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Front Panel Components

Front panel components
1 Diskette drive activity light 2 Dual-state power button 3 Power-on light 4 Headphone connector connector (optional)* 6 Universal Serial Bus (USB) connectors
7 CD-ROM eject button 8 CD-ROM drive busy indicator 9 Diskette drive eject button - Hard drive activity light q Microphone connector
*Your workstation is equipped with a 1394 connector. This connector is functional only when an optional 1394 PCI expansion board is installed.
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Rear Panel Components

Rear panel components
1 Power cord connector 2 Serial connector (Serial A) 3 Serial connector (Serial B) 4 Keyboard connector 5 Headphone/Line-out connector 6 SCSI connector
7 Universal Serial Bus (USB) connectors 8 Mouse connector 9 Microphone/Line-in connector - Parallel connector q Network Interface Card (NIC) connector w VGA (AGP) video connector
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System board components 1 24-pin power supply connector 2 Primary processor socket 3 Secondary processor socket 4 Rear system fan connectors 5 CPU power connector 6 Power button header 7 Diskette drive connector 8 Primary ATA connector 9 SCSI connector - Hood sensor connector q Front USB connector w Secondary ATA connector e Front chassis fan connector r Internal speaker connector t CD-ROM audio connector y Auxiliary audio connector
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System Board Components (Continued)
System board components u Battery i Password header o CMOS reset switch p Four PCI slots a Front audio connector s AGP Pro socket d Secondary Processor Voltage Regulator Module (VRM) f Four DIMM sockets
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Audio System

Your workstation has an integrated audio solution that supports analog or digital external stereo speakers. The system is capable of autosensing the speaker type and outputting the correct signal. The autosensing is done by detecting if there is a mono jack plugged into the line-out connector. If you are using a set of digital speakers that have a stereo jack, and you want the system to auto-switch to digital, you will need to use a stereo-to-mono adapter to get the autosensing to work. However, if you do not have a stereo-to-mono adapter present, then you can manually switch the audio signal from analog to digital. See Solving Audio Problems in the Troubleshooting Guide on the Documentation Library CD for instructions on how to manually switch the audio signal for your operating system. If you are using a headphone set that is mono, the system will attempt to switch to digital and you will experience noise or silence. This can be fixed by manually switching the signal to analog. See Solving Audio Problems in the Troubleshooting Guide on the Documentation Library CD for instructions on how to manually switch the audio signal for your operating system. headphones are not working, make If your analog speakers oradapter with autosensing enabled. sure you are not using a mono

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Keyboard

Your workstation ships with an Easy Access Keyboard. The following figure identifies the location of keyboard lights and special function keys.
Easy Access Keyboard components

Easy Access Keyboard

Ref Component Ctrl key Windows Logo Key Alt key Application key* Function Used in combination with another key; its effect depends on the application software you are using. Used in combination with other keys to perform other functions (see Windows Logo Key later in this section). Used in combination with another key; its effect depends on the application software you are using. Used (like the right mouse button) to open pop-up menus in a Microsoft Office application; may perform other functions in other software applications. Provides quick and easy access to favorite Web sites, applications, and services.

Easy Access keys

*Available only in selected geographic regions.
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Easy Access Keyboard (Continued)
Ref 6 Component Editing keys Function Includes the following: Insert, Home, Page Up, Delete, End, and Page Down.
9 Num Lock light Caps Lock light Scroll Lock light
Holding down Ctrl + Alt + Delete allows you to restart your computer.
Indicates whether the Num Lock feature is on or off. Indicates whether the Caps Lock feature is on or off. Indicates whether the Scroll Lock feature is on or off.

Easy Access Software

Your Easy Access Keyboard Buttons are programmed to default assignments. The preinstalled Easy Access Software allows you to reprogram the Easy Access Buttons to reflect your personal preferences. The buttons can be reprogrammed to any program or service of your choice or to any Web site (URL).
Reprogramming the Easy Access Buttons
The Easy Access Keyboard icon is located on the Windows desktop status bar. Refer to the Readme-user.txt file for instructions about reprogramming the Easy Access Buttons.
Locking and Unlocking the Easy Access Buttons
The System Administrator can lock and unlock the Easy Access Buttons. Once locked, the buttons can only be reprogrammed by modifying the.bcf file. For administrative privileges, which require control of the Easy Access Button destinations, refer to the Readme-admin.txt file.
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Easy Access Paper Icon Insert
The paper icon insert functions as a visual aid in identifying the programmed destination of each Easy Access Button. Whenever you reprogram an Easy Access Button, use the Paper Insert Template document to select and print an icon that reflects the new button assignment. The Paper Insert Template.doc is installed, by default, under C:\Program files\Compaq\Easy Access Keyboard.

For proper alignment, the spacing around the icons may require adjustment.

Windows Logo Key

Use the Windows Logo Key in combination with other keys to perform certain functions available in the Windows operating systems.
Windows Logo Key + F1 Windows Logo Key + Tab Windows Logo Key + E Windows Logo Key + F Windows Logo Key + Ctrl + F Windows Logo Key + M Shift + Windows Logo Key + M Windows Logo Key + R Displays a pop-up menu for the selected object Activates the next Taskbar button Launches Explore My Computer Launches Find Document Launches Find Computer Minimizes all open applications Undoes Minimize All Displays the Run dialog box
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Special Mouse Functions

Most software applications support the use of a mouse. The functions assigned to each mouse button depend on the software applications you are using.

Serial Number Location

Each computer has a unique serial number located on the corner of the computer access panel and on the rear panel of the computer. Keep this number available for use when contacting customer support.
Changing from a Minitower to a Desktop Configuration
To change from a minitower to a desktop configuration: 1. Shut down the operating system properly, then turn off the workstation and any external devices. 2. Disconnect the power cord from the grounded AC outlet, then disconnect the network cable and any external devices from the system. 3. Remove the workstation access panel. See Removing the Workstation Access Panel in Chapter 2. 4. Remove the front bezel. See Removing the Front Bezel in Chapter 2. 5. Disconnect all power and data cables from the drives in the 5.25-inch drive bays.
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6. To release a drive from the 5.25-inch drive bay, slide the drivelock as shown. Carefully push the drive from the back of the unit until the drive casing can be grasped.
Releasing the drives with the drivelock
CAUTION: Do not hold the face plate while removing a drive. Only hold a drive by its casing.
7. While holding the drive casing, gently pull the drive out.
CAUTION: When removing a drive, do not pull the drive from the front of the drive bay. To prevent damage to the drive bezel, push the drive and drive casing from the rear for removal from the front of the drive bay.
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8. After placing the workstation in the desktop position, gently slide the drives back into the bay.

Installing the drives

CAUTION: The use of unnecessary force when installing the drive may result in damage to the drive.
In the desktop configuration, always placetothe diskette drive in the bay nearest the top of the chassis (bay 3) ensure proper drive

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9. After placing the workstation in the minitower position, gently slide the drives back into the bay.
CAUTION: The use of unnecessary force when installing the drives may damage the drives.
minitower place In thebay from theconfiguration, always ensurethe diskette drive in the third top of the chassis to proper drive clearance within the chassis. When all the drives are properly inserted, the drivelock will secure the drives in place.
10. Reconnect the power and data cables to the drives as labeled.
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11. Remove the subpanel 1 as described in Removing the Bezel Blank in Chapter 2, and reposition the subpanel 2 with the bezel blank in the proper orientation for the minitower configuration.
Changing from a desktop to a minitower configuration
a minitower orientation, use the When converting fromthatdesktop to a with your workstation to ensure replacement subpanel is shipped that the HP logo is properly oriented. 12. Replace the subpanel, front bezel, and the workstation access panel. Be sure that the subpanel and front bezel align properly with the alignment tabs. 13. Reconnect the power cord to the grounded AC outlet, then reconnect the network cable and any external devices to the system.

Hardware Upgrades

This chapter explains how to remove the workstation access panel and the front bezel. It also explains how to install the following hardware components:
Memory Drives Expansion boards Processors
the before Finish any setup procedures for the preinstalled softwarewere notyou install optional hardware or third-party devices that included with your workstation.

Installation Sequence

Follow this sequence of steps to ensure the proper installation of any optional equipment. Before you begin, observe the following precautions.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury from hot surfaces, allow the internal system components to cool before touching them. WARNING: To reduce the risk of electrical shock, fire, or damage to the equipment, do not plug telecommunications/telephone connectors into the network interface controller (NIC) receptacles.
CAUTION: Static electricity can damage the electronic components of the workstation or optional equipment. Before beginning these procedures, ensure that you are discharged of static electricity by briefly touching a grounded metal object.
1. Shut down the operating system properly, then turn off the workstation and any external devices. Disconnect the power cord from the grounded AC outlet. 2. Disconnect the keyboard, monitor, mouse, network cable, and other external equipment connected to the workstation. 3. Open the workstation by removing its workstation access panel. See Removing the Workstation Access Panel in this chapter. 4. If you are installing or removing drives in the front bays, see Removing the Front Bezel in this chapter for instructions. 5. Install any optional equipment, such as memory, additional drives, expansion boards, processors, or batteries. See the appropriate sections in this chapter or the appendixes for installation instructions. Also refer to the documentation provided with the optional equipment. 6. Replace the front bezel and the workstation access panel, if necessary. 7. Reconnect the keyboard, mouse, monitor, network cable, and other external devices. 8. Plug the power cord into a grounded AC outlet. 9. Turn on the monitor, workstation, and any external devices you have installed. 10. Reconfigure the workstation, if necessary. 11. Test the workstation (optional) using the TEST utility.

When installing DIMMs, follow these guidelines:
When installing additional memory modules, you must install two DIMMs of identical type and speed into the unpopulated memory sockets. For proper system operation, if your system supports DDR-SDRAM DIMMs, the DIMMs must be industry-standard 184-pin, Registered ECC PC MHz-compliant, 2.5 volt DDR-SDRAM DIMMs. The DDR-SDRAM DIMMs must support CAS Latency 2 or 2.5 (CL = 2 or CL = 2.5). They must also contain the mandatory Joint Electronic Device Engineering Council (JEDEC) Serial Presence Detect (SPD) information. DIMMs must be installed correctly. Be sure to match the keyed slot on the DIMM with the tab on the DIMM socket. Push the DIMM down into the DIMM socket, ensuring that it is fully inserted and properly seated and that the retaining arms are locked in place.
Install DIMMs in pairs across both memory channels. Each DIMM socket populated with a DIMM on Channel A must be populated with an identical DIMM on Channel B. For examples of the correct configuration sequence, see the DIMM Installation Configurations section later in this chapter. Do not mix DIMMs with different memory speeds. Performance will reflect the slowest speed DIMM. Use only DIMMs that have been tested and approved by HP. Not all DIMMs meet the HP standard for quality and reliability.
CAUTION: Your workstation will not function if the previous guidelines are not followed when installing DIMMs.
DIMM Installation Configurations
When installing DIMMs, you must use the configurations in the following table. DIMM Installation Configurations
Memory Channel A Possible Configuration 3 DIMM DIMM Socket XMM1 DIMM DIMM DIMM DIMM DIMM Socket XMM3 XMM2 DIMM DIMM DIMM Memory Channel B DIMM Socket DIMM Socket XMM4
Identical pairs for dual channel operation means XMM1 and XMM2 must have the same type of DIMM and XMM3 and XMM4 must have the same type of DIMM for a fully populated system. If you are only putting in two modules then they must be the same and go in either XMM1 and XMM2 or XMM3 and XMM4. You must have one in each channel for dual channel operation.

Installing DIMMs

To install a DIMM: 1. Shut down the operating system properly, then turn off the workstation and any external devices. Disconnect the power cord from the grounded AC outlet. 2. Remove the workstation access panel. 3. Locate the DIMM sockets.

4. Remove four of the guide screws from behind the front bezel on the workstation chassis. See Locating the Hardware Screws in this chapter. 5. Secure the drive to the hard drive adapter by installing the four guide screws into the drive as shown in the following illustration.
Aligning the guide screws and installing a 3.5-inch drive
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6. Install the adapter in the drive bay by sliding it into the front of the drive cage. The drivelock automatically secures the adapter when the drivelock snaps into place.
Connecting the signal and power cables
7. Connect the opposite end of the cables to the appropriate system board connectors. To locate the appropriate drive connectors, see System Board Components in Chapter 1. 8. Reassemble the workstation.
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Removing a Drive

ATA hard If youa are replacing the Ultrawill need a drive in your workstation with SCSI hard drive, you multimode LVD SCSI cable option kit. Complete the following steps to remove a drive: 1. Shut down the operating system properly, then turn off the workstation and any external devices. Disconnect the power cord from the grounded AC outlet. 2. Remove the workstation access panel. See Removing the Workstation Access Panel in this chapter. 3. Remove the front bezel. See Removing the Front Bezel in this chapter.
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4. Disconnect the drive power and signal cables. If the drive is a CD-ROM drive, disconnect the audio connector. 5. Release the drivelock.
If the drive is in the minitower position, slide the drivelock to release the drive in the drive bay.
Releasing a drive with the drivelock
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If the drive is in the desktop position, press the drivelock button to release the drive in the drive bay.
Releasing the drives with the drivelock button
6. While releasing the drivelock, push from the back of the drives until the drive casing can be grasped from the front of the workstation. 7. While holding the drive casing, pull the drives out of the drive bay. 8. Store the drives in antistatic packaging. 9. Reassemble the workstation.
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Installing and Removing an Expansion Board
This section provides instructions for installing and removing PCI and AGP expansion boards.
Identifying the AGP and PCI Sockets
Your workstation contains one Accelerated Graphics Port (AGP) socket and four 32-bit, 33-MHz Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) sockets. The following illustration identifies the physical locations of these sockets.

Locating the AGP and PCI sockets
One AGP socket Four PCI sockets
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Installing an Expansion Board
To install an expansion board: 1. Shut down the operating system properly, then turn off the workstation and any external devices. Disconnect the power cord from the grounded AC outlet. 2. Remove the workstation access panel. See Removing the Workstation Access Panel in this chapter. 3. Locate a vacant AGP or PCI socket, depending on the type of board that you are installing. 4. Remove the screw securing the expansion slot cover, then remove the slot cover, as illustrated.
Removing the screw and expansion slot cover
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5. Slide the expansion board into the socket. Press firmly on the board so that the whole connector seats properly in the socket.
If installing an AGP expansion board, the board must have an ATX bracket.
Installing an expansion board
6. Replace the screw to secure the board in the socket. 7. Reassemble the workstation. 8. Reconfigure the workstation, if necessary.
Removing an Expansion Board
To remove an expansion board, reverse the steps in the previous section. When reversing these steps:
Be sure to store the board in antistatic packaging. Install an expansion slot cover to close the open slot.
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You can upgrade your workstation to a multiprocessor system. When you install a second processor, it must be the same speed, cache size, and type as the existing processor.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury from hot surfaces, allow the internal system components to cool before touching them. CAUTION: Static electricity can damage the electronic components of the workstation. Before beginning these procedures, be sure you are discharged of static electricity by briefly touching a grounded metal object. CAUTION: Installing the processor incorrectly may damage the system board. Have an HP authorized reseller or service provider install the processor. If you plan to install it yourself, read all of the instructions carefully before you begin.
Before installing a second processor, you must remove the air baffle. To remove the air baffle: 1. Shut down the operating system properly, then turn off the workstation and any external devices. Disconnect the power cord from the grounded AC outlet. 2. Remove the workstation access panel. See Removing the Workstation Access Panel in this chapter. 3. Place the workstation in the desktop position.
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4. Remove the air baffle: a. Gently pull up on the air baffle until it comes loose from the fan assembly. b. Lift the air baffle out of the chassis.

Turn on all external SCSI devices before turning on the power to the computer. This action enables the SCSI controller to recognize the external devices. The system accommodates a combination of internal and external SCSI devices, such as hard drives, tape drives, and CD-ROM drives. HP does not recommend mixing different-width SCSI devices on the same SCSI chain or on the same SCSI channel. Mixing devices of different widths on the same chain or channel will always result in the data transfer rate of the slowest device in that chain. It is acceptable to mix Wide-Ultra2, Ultra 160, and Ultra 320 devices on a single channel. Do not put Narrow devices on a channel with any device type other than another Narrow device.
For additional information about optional SCSI devices, refer to the documentation included with the device or contact your HP authorized dealer, reseller, or service provider.
CAUTION: Do not route cables near the air intake to the power supply. Cables routed in this manner can block airflow to the power supply, causing it to overheat.
Guidelines for Installing SCSI Devices
mix Ultra ATA and the same system, If youATA drive will be theSCSI hard drives inthe boot order is the Ultra boot drive unless changed in the F10 Setup. When replacing a hard drive, the replacement drive should be of the same type as the drive being removed. If you are replacing an Ultra ATA hard drive with a SCSI hard drive, you will need a multimode LVD SCSI cable option kit. If only one SCSI hard drive is used, it should be installed in bay 4. Before installing a SCSI device:
Verify the SCSI ID of the drive and, if necessary, set the SCSI ID to a unique number. See Guidelines for Using SCSI Devices in this appendix or refer to the documentation included with the device. Determine if the device requires that termination be enabled or disabled. Set the termination if necessary. See Using a SCSI Cable in this appendix or refer to the documentation included with the device.

SCSI Controllers

Your workstation ships with an integrated single channel Ultra 160 SCSI controller with an internal connector on the system board.

SCSI Cables

CAUTION: Static electricity can damage the electronic components of the workstation or optional equipment. Before beginning these procedures, ensure that you are discharged of static electricity by briefly touching a grounded metal object. Batteries, battery packs, and accumulators should not be disposed of together with the general household waste. To forward them to recycling or proper disposal, please use the public collection system or return them to HP, your authorized partners, or their agents.
To replace the battery: 1. Shut down the operating system properly, turn off the computer and any external devices, disconnect the power cord from the electrical outlet, and remove the computer cover or access panel.
It may be necessary to remove an expansion card to gain access to the battery.
2. Locate the battery 1 and battery holder 2 on the system board, as shown in the following illustration.
Battery and battery holder
3. Press on the release tab 1 and then lift the battery out.
Removing the coin cell battery
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4. Slide the replacement battery into position, positive side up. The battery holder automatically secures the battery in the proper position. 5. Replace any expansion boards you have removed. 6. Replace the computer cover or access panel. 7. Plug in and turn on the computer. 8. Reset the date and time, your passwords, and any special system setups, using Computer Setup. Refer to the Computer Setup Guide on the Documentation Library CD for additional information.

Security Lock Provisions

Securing the Workstation
Your workstation is designed to accept a lock 1 (not provided) to control access to the inside components. Your workstation is also designed with a cable lock slot 2. An optional cable lock is available to help secure the workstation to a fixed object using this cable lock slot.

Securing the workstation

Electrostatic Discharge
A discharge of static electricity from a finger or other conductor may damage system boards or other static-sensitive devices. This type of damage may reduce the life expectancy of the device.
Preventing Electrostatic Damage
To prevent electrostatic damage, observe the following precautions:

CD-ROM Drive Precautions

Be sure to observe the following guidelines while operating or cleaning your CD-ROM drive.

Operation

Do not move the drive during operation. This may cause it to malfunction during reading. Avoid exposing the drive to sudden changes in temperature, because condensation may form inside the unit. If the temperature suddenly changes while the drive is on, wait at least one hour before you turn off the power. If you operate the unit immediately, it may malfunction while reading. Avoid placing the drive in a location that is subject to high humidity, extreme temperatures, mechanical vibration, or direct sunlight.

Cleaning

Clean the panel and controls with a soft, dry cloth or a soft cloth lightly moistened with a mild detergent solution. Never spray cleaning fluids directly on the unit. Avoid using any type of solvent.

Safety

If any object or liquid falls into the drive, immediately unplug the computer and have it checked by an authorized HP service provider.

Shipping Preparation

Follow these suggestions when preparing to ship your computer: 1. Back up the hard drive files onto PD discs, tape cartridges, or diskettes. Be sure that the backup medium is not exposed to electrical or magnetic impulses while stored or in transit.
The hard drive locks automatically when the system power is turned off.
2. Remove and store any program diskettes that are located in the diskette drives. 3. Insert a blank diskette into the diskette drive to protect the drive while in transit. Do not use a diskette on which you have stored or plan to store data. 4. Turn off the computer and external devices. 5. Disconnect the power cord from the electrical outlet and then from the computer. 6. Disconnect the system components and external devices from their power sources and then from the computer. boards are seated properly Ensure that all shipping the computer. and secured in the board sockets before 7. Pack the system components and external devices in their original packing boxes or similar packaging with sufficient packing material to protect them.
For environmentalinnonoperating ranges, see Appendix A, Specifications, this guide.
access panel, removing 23 adapter, hard drive 216 AGP location 222 ATX bracket 224 audio connectors 13 audio system 16 installation precautions 21 installation sequence 21 rear panel 13 configuration desktop 110 minitower 114 cool-down time, processor 231 customer service 110
battery installation sequence 22 battery replacement C1, C2 bezel blank caution 113 proper handling 213 removing 212 replacing subpanel 213 bracket, ATX 224
desktop configuration changing to minitower 114 DIMM installation sequence 22 removing 28 drive adapter 217 hardware screws 214 installation preparation 212 installation sequence 22 installing 214, 215, 216 primary or secondary B1 removal 219 drive bay desktop position 211 minitower position 210 drivelock 115, 220, 221

 

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