Toshiba Qosmio F30
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Part Number: A76GHILMN28257
UPC: 0654367178201, 654367178201
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Figure 1-4 DVD Super Multi drive (Double-Layer) Table 1-3 DVD Super Multi drive (Double-Layer) outline dimensions
Parameter Maker Outline dimensions (excluding projections) Width (mm) Height (mm) Depth (mm) Mass (g) Standard value MATSUSHITA (G8CC0002PZ20) 128.0 12.7 127.15
Table 1-4 DVD Super Multi drive (Double-Layer) specifications
Parameter Read Drive Specification MATSUSHITA (G8CC0002PZ20) DVD-ROM MAX 8x CAV CD-ROM MAX 24x CAV CD-R 24x (ZoneCLV) CD-RW 4x (CLV) High Speed CD-RW 10x (CLV) Ultra Speed CD-RW 16x (ZoneCLV) DVD-R 8x (ZoneCLV) DVD-R Dual Layer 2x (CLV) DVD-RW 4x (ZoneCLV) DVD+R 8x (ZoneCLV) DVD+R Dual Layer 2.4x (CLV) DVD+RW 4x (ZoneCLV) DVD-RAM 5x (ZoneCLV) PIO mode 16.67 MB/s (PIO MODE4 supported) DMA mode 16.67 MB/s (Multi-word MODE2 supported) Ultra DMA mode 33.33 MB/s(Ultra DMA MODE2 supported) 150 (Random) 180 (Random) 280 (Random) CD-Audio, CD-ROM (mode1 and mode2), CD-ROM XA (mode2, form1 and form2), CD-I (mode2, form1 and form2), CD-I Ready, CD-I Bridge, CD-R, CD-RW, Photo CD, Video CD, Enhanced Music CD, CD-text DVD-5, DVD-9, DVD-10, DVD-18, DVD-R (3.95G/4.7G), DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD-RAM (4.7GB)
Data transfer speed
ATAPI interface (MB/s) CD-ROM Access time (ms) DVD-ROM DVD-RAM Buffer memory
CD Supported disk format DVD
A keyboard which consists of 85(US)/86(UK) keys is mounted on the system unit. The keyboard is connected to membrane connector on the system board and controlled by the keyboard controller. Figure 1-5 is a view of the keyboard.
Figure 1-5 Keyboard See Appendix E for details of the keyboard layout.
1.6 TFT Color Display
TFT Color Display
The TFT color display is 15.4 inch and consists of LCD module and FL inverter board. 1.6.1 LCD Module The LCD module used for the TFT color display uses a backlight as the light source and can display a maximum of 16M colors with 1,280 x 800 (WXGA) resolution. Figure 1-6 shows a view of the LCD module and Table 1-5 lists the specifications.
Figure 1-6 LCD module Table 1-5 LCD module specifications
Specifications (one lamp) Item Samsung (G33C0002S110) Number of Dots Dot spacing (mm) Display range (mm) Outline dimensions 1,280(W) x 800(H) 0.2588 (H) x 0.2588 (V) 331.2 (H) x 207.0 (V) 344.0 (W) x 222.0 (H) x 6.2 (D)
Specifications Item Samsung (G33C0002X110) Number of Dots Dot spacing (mm) Display range (mm) Outline dimensions 1,280(W) x 800(H) 0.2588 (H) x 0.2588 (V) 331.2 (H) x 207.0 (V) -
1 Hardware Overview 1.6.2 FL Inverter Board
The FL inverter board supplies a high frequency current to illuminate the LCD module FL. Table 1-6 lists the FL inverter board specifications. Table 1-6 FL inverter board specifications
Specifications Item G71C00011111 (One lamp) Voltage (V) Power (W) Voltage (V) Output Power (W/VA) Current
If the following error message is displayed on the screen, press any key as the message instructs. The following error message appears when data stored in RAM under the resume function is lost because the battery has become discharged or the system board is damaged. Go to Procedure 3.
WARNING: RESUME FAILURE.
PRESS ANY KEY TO CONTINUE.
If any other error message displays, perform Check 3.
The IRT checks the system board. When the IRT detects an error, the system stops or an error message appears. If one of the following error messages (1) through (17), (23) or (24) is displayed, go to Procedure 4. If error message (18) is displayed, go to the Keyboard Troubleshooting Procedures. If error message (19), (20) or (21) is displayed, go to the 2.5 HDD Troubleshooting Procedures. If error message (22) is displayed, go to the USB FDD Troubleshooting Procedures.
(1) PIT ERROR (2) MEMORY REFRESH ERROR (3) TIMER CH.2 OUT ERROR (4) CMOS CHECKSUM ERROR (5) CMOS BAD BATTERY ERROR (6) FIRST 64KB MEMORY ERROR (7) FIRST 64KB MEMORY PARITY ERROR (8) VRAM ERROR (9) SYSTEM MEMORY ERROR (10) SYSTEM MEMORY PARITY ERROR (11) EXTENDED MEMORY ERROR (12) EXTENDED MEMORY PARITY ERROR (13) DMA PAGE REGISTER ERROR (14) DMAC #1 ERROR (15) DMAC #2 ERROR (16) PIC #1 ERROR (17) PIC #2 ERROR (18) KBC ERROR (19) HDC ERROR (20) HDD #0 ERROR (21) HDD #1 ERROR (22) NO FDD ERROR (23) TIMER INTERRUPT ERROR (24) RTC UPDATE ERROR
2.4 System Board Troubleshooting Procedure 2 Debugging Port Check
Check the D port status by a debug port test. The tool for debug port test is shown below.
Figure 2-2 A set of tool for debug port test The test procedures are follows: 1. Connect the debug port test cable to the connector CN3490 of the system board. For disassembling to connect the test cable, refer to Chapter 4. 2. Connect the debug port test cable and RS-232C cross-cable to the test board. 3. Connect the RS-232C cross-cable to the PC that displays the results.
4. Boot the computer in MS-DOS mode. 5. Execute GETDPORT.COM in the text menu in CPU REAL mode. (Insert the FD for starting D port into FDD and input FD starting drive:>dport.) The D port status is displayed in the following form;
6. When the D port status is FFFFh (normal status), go to Procedure 4. 7. When the D port status falls into any status in Table 2-4, execute Check 1.
Table 2-4 Debug port (Boot mode) error status (1/10)
D port status Boot block Inspection items Details
Permission of A20 and Clear of software reset bit Prohibition of APIC Initialization of MCH and ICH Initialization of Super I/O (For models supporting Super I/O)
Initialization of debug port (For models supporting debug port)
Dummy read of 3rd Bus data
Setting of printer port (For models supporting printer port)
Only PIT CH0 initialization (for HOLD_ON) BIOS rewrite factor flag initialization CHECK SUM CHECK Transition to protected mode Boot block checksum (skip when returned to S3) (halts when error) Checksum other than boot block (skip when returned to S3)
Post processing of PRE_BOOT_SETUP Clears PWRBTN_STS Enables POWER Button
Initialization of SC Clearness of IRT status Update of Checksum on Runtime side
NOTE: Status outputted by the test means the last error detected in the debug port test. Check 1 Check 2 If the D port is status F11Eh or F120h is displayed, go to HDD Trouble shooting Procedure in Section 2.6. If any other D port status error code is displayed, perform Procedure 3. D port error code is as follows:
Error code F003h or F004h F00Bh F117h F121h Contents SC initialization error BIOS update error Exception check error Clock generator error
2 Troubleshooting Procedures Procedure 3
Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check
Execute the following tests from the Diagnostic Test Menu. These tests check the system board. Refer to Chapter 3, Tests and Diagnostic, for more information on how to perform these tests. 1. System test 2. Memory test 3. Keyboard test 4. Display test 5. Floppy Disk test 6. Printer test [It is not supported] 7. Async test [It is not supported] 8. Hard Disk test 9. Real Timer test 10. NDP test 11. Expansion test 12. CD-ROM/DVD-ROM test 13. Only One test 14. Wireless LAN test 15. Sound/LAN/Modem test 16. Bluetooth test 17. IEEE 1394 test If an error is detected during these tests, go to Procedure 4. Procedure 4 Replacement Check
System board may be faulty. Disassemble the computer following the steps described in Chapter 4, Replacement Procedures and replace system board with a new one.
2.5 USB FDD Troubleshooting
USB FDD Troubleshooting
To check if the USB FDD is malfunctioning or not, follow the troubleshooting procedures below as instructed. Procedure 1: FDD Head Cleaning Check Procedure 2: Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check Procedure 3: Connector Check and Replacement Check Procedure 1 FDD Head Cleaning Check
FDD head cleaning is one option available in the Diagnostic Program. After connecting USB FDD, insert the Diagnostics Disk in the floppy disk drive. Turn on the computer and run the test. And then clean the FDD heads using the cleaning kit. If the FDD still does not function properly after cleaning, go to Procedure 2. Detailed operation is given in Chapter 3, Tests and Diagnostics. If the test program cannot be executed on the computer, go to Procedure 3.
2 Troubleshooting Procedures Procedure 2
Insert the Diagnostics Disk in the USB FDD, turn on the computer and run the test. Refer to Chapter 3, Tests and Diagnostics, for more information about the diagnostics test procedures. Make sure the floppy disk is formatted correctly and that the write protect tab is disabled. Floppy disk drive test error codes and their status names are listed in Table 2-5. If any other errors occur while executing the FDD diagnostics test, go to Check 1. Table 2-5 FDD error code and status
Write cache Degrade Bootup MBR Protection S.M.A.R.T Port Assign Status LD0-0 ONLINE LD0-1 FAILED
RAID-0 (1) shown below,
When there is one LD and RAID-0 OPTIMAL is displayed in the it is judged that the RAID is configured by two drives.
TOSHIBA RAID / RAID Information Display Rev xx.xx.xxxx Copyright(c) 2005 TOSHIBA CORPORATION. All Rights Reserved. Level Status Capacity xxGB : Enable : Yes : Disable : Enable Size Model xxGB xxxxxxx-------------xxGB xxxxxxx-------------Rev xxxxxxx xxxxxxx
LD0 RAID-0 OPTIMAL Write cache Degrade Bootup MBR Protection S.M.A.R.T Port Assign Status LD0-0 ONLINE LD0-1 FAILED
The RAID is not configured by two drives in the following display, because there are two LDs (LD0 and LD1).
TOSHIBA RAID / RAID Information Display Rev xx.xx.xxxx Copyright(c) 2005 TOSHIBA CORPORATION. All Rights Reserved. Level Status Capacity xxGB : Enable : Yes : Disable : Enable xxGB : Enable : Yes : Disable : Enable Size Model xxGB FUJITSU-------------xxGB FUJITSU-------------Rev xxxxxxx xxxxxxx
LD0 RAID-0 OPTIMAL Write cache Degrade Bootup MBR Protection S.M.A.R.T LD1 RAID-0 OPTIMAL Write cache Degrade Bootup MBR Protection S.M.A.R.T Port Assign Status LD0-0 ONLINE LD0-0 ONLINE
< RAID: RAID-0 >
RAID-0 (2) shown below,
When there is one LD and RAID-0 CRITICAL is displayed in the it is judged that the RAID is configured by two drives.
Level Status Capacity xxGB : 64KB : Enable : Disable : Enable Size Model xxGB FUJITSU--------------
LD0 RAID-0 CRITICAL Stripe Size Write cache MBR Protection S.M.A.R.T Port Assign Status LD0-0 ONLINE NODRIVE
3.3.3 Specification of the failed HDD Check the RAID configuration condition from the failed drive. shown below and specify a
TOSHIBA RAID / RAID Information Display Rev xx.xx.xxxx Copyright(c) 2005 TOSHIBA CORPORATION. All Rights Reserved. Level Status Capacity xxGB : Enable : Yes : Disable : Enable Size Model xxGB FUJITSU------------xxGB FUJITSU------------Rev xxxxxxx xxxxxxx
LD0 RAID-1 DEGRADE Write cache Degrade Bootup MBR Protection S.M.A.R.T Port Assign Status 0 LD0-0 ONLINE 1 LD0-1 FAILED < RAID: not OPTIMAL >
220.127.116.11 RAID : OPTIMAL When RAID is OPTIMAL (Both the two drives are normal), it is judged that RAID configuration is normal. There are the following reasons why the repair is requested. Abnormal noise of the motor from the HDD: Refer to the 2.5-HDD trouble shooting in Chapter 2, Troubleshooting Procedures. Access to the HDD is very slow: Display the drive log by using Independent Utility of the DIAGNOSTIC PROGRAM. Check if ten or more continual logs of the message indicating retry such as Write Error occurred, Retry the command. or Other Read Error occurred, Retry the command. are recorded in the drive log of either HDD. If recorded, the drive is failed and should be repaired. Refer to Independent Utility in Appendix J. In the other case above mentioned, it is judged that the MB side fails.
CAUTION: When making the test data, make the data of the number of maximum sectors (18 sectors in 3 modes).
3.12 Printer Test
CAUTION: Printer Test is not supported for this model. To execute the Printer Test, select 6 from the DIAGNOSTIC TEST MENU, press Enter and follow the directions on the screen. NOTE: An IBM compatible printer must be connected to the system to execute this test. Also, printer port wraparound connector must be connected. The following message will appear, after selecting the subtest 01 to 03 of the printer test:
channel#1 = XXXXh channel#2 = XXXXh channel#3 = XXXXh Select the channel number (1-3) ?
The printer I/O port address is specified by the XXXXh number. The computer supports three printer channels. Select the printer channel number, and press Enter to execute the selected subtest. Subtest 01 Ripple Pattern This subtest prints characters for codes 20h through 7Eh line-by-line while shifting one character to the left at the beginning of each new line.
Function This subtest is for IBM compatible printers, and tests the following functions: Normal print Double-width print Compressed print Emphasized print Double-strike print All characters print This subtest prints the various print types shown below:
NOTE: To execute this subtest, a printer wraparound connector must be connected to the computers printer port. This subtest checks the output and bi-directional modes of the data control and status lines through the parallel port wraparound connector (34M741986G01). (Both output and bi-directional modes are tested.)
3.13 Async Test
CAUTION: Async Test is not supported for this model. To execute the Async Test, select 7 from the DIAGNOSTIC TEST MENU, press Enter and follow the directions displayed on the screen. Move the highlight bar to the subtest you want to execute and press Enter. Subtests 01 and 02 require the following data format: Method: Speed: Data: Data pattern: Subtest 01 Asynchronous 38400BPS 8 bits and one parity bit (EVEN) 20h to 7Eh
FIR/SIR point to point (send)
NOTE: To execute subtests 01 and 02, each computer must have access to the other computers infrared port. This subtest sends 20h through 7Eh data to the receive side, then receives the sent data and compares it to the original data through the FIR/SIR port. Subtest 02 FIR/SIR point to point (receive) This subtest is used with subtest 01 described above. This subtest receives the data from the send side, then sends the received data through the FIR/SIR port. Subtest 03 Wraparound (board)
NOTE: To execute this subtest, a RS-232C wraparound connector must be connected to the RS-232C port. This subtest checks the data send/receive function through the wraparound connector.
Cross talk & peak shift This subtest writes eight types of worst pattern data (listed below) to a cylinder, then reads the data while moving from cylinder to cylinder. (Test the data interference in the neighbor track)
Worst pattern data B5ADAD 4A5252 EB6DB63B63B 9C49C4 2DB6DB D25114 Cylinder 0 cylinder 1 cylinder 2 cylinder 3 cylinder 4 cylinder 5 cylinder 6 cylinder 7 cylinder
Partial Read This subtest reads 1GB data that is in minimum, middle and maximum address of the HDD area.
Write specified address This subtest writes specified data to a specified cylinder and head on the HDD.
Read specified address This subtest reads data, which has been written to a specified cylinder and head on the HDD.
Sequential write This subtest writes specified 2-byte data to all of the cylinders on the HDD.
W-R-C specified address This subtest writes data to a specified cylinder and head on the HDD, then reads the data and compares it to the original data.
3.15 Real Timer Test
To execute the Real Timer Test, select 9 from the DIAGNOSTIC TEST MENU, press Enter and follow the directions on the screen. Move the highlight bar to the subtest you want to execute and press Enter. Subtest 01 Real time A new date and time can be input during this subtest. To execute the real time subtest, follow these steps: 1. Select subtest 01 and the following messages will appear:
Current date : XX-XX-XXXX Current time : XX:XX:XX Enter new date: PRESS [ENTER] KEY TO EXIT TEST
2. If the current date is not correct, input the correct date at the Enter new date prompt and press Enter. 3. The following messages will appear:
Current date : XX-XX-XXXX Current time : XX:XX:XX Enter new time: PRESS [ENTER] KEY TO EXIT TEST
4. If the current time is not correct, input the correct time in 24-hour format. To enter ":", press Shift + ;. The time is updated. To exit the test, press Enter. Subtest 02 Backup memory This subtest checks the following backup memories: Writes 1-bit of on data (01h through 80h) to address 0Eh through 7Fh Writes 1-bit of off data (FEh through 7Fh) to address 0Eh through 7Fh Writes the data pattern AAh and 55h to the address 0Eh to 7Fh Then the subtest reads and compares this data with the original data.
Real time carry
CAUTION: When this subtest is executed, the current date and time are erased. This subtest checks the real time clock increments, making sure the date and time are displayed in the following format:
Current date : Current time : 12-31-1999 23:59:58
The real time increments are automatically executed and the following is displayed:
Current date : Current time : 01-01-2000 00:00:00
PRESS [Enter] KEY TO EXIT TEST
To exit the test, press Enter.
3.16 NDP Test
To execute the NDP test, select 10 from the DIAGNOSTICS TEST MENU, press Enter and follow the directions on the screen. CAUTION: Judge the existence of high-speed operation processor by 1bit of the composition byte. If exists, the bit is 1. Test only when the high-speed operation processor exists. Subtest 01 NDP test This test checks the following functions of NDP: Control word Status word Bus Addition Multiplication
3.17 Expansion Test
To execute the expansion test, select 11 from the DIAGNOSTICS TEST MENU, press Enter and follow the directions on the screen. Subtest 01 PCMCIA wraparound
CAUTION: PCMCIA wraparound test is not supported for this model. NOTE: To execute this subtest, the PC card wraparound connector is required. This subtest checks the following signal line of the PC card slot: Address line REG#, CE#1, CE#2 line Data line Speaker line Wait line BSY#, BVD1 line This subtest is executed in the following order:
Sub# 01 Address 00002 Good nn nn ww Bad xx xx rr Contents Address line REG#, CE#1, CE#2 nn=A0, 90, 80, 00 Data line ww=write data, rr=read data Speaker line Wait line (40<xx<80) Other lines (BSY#, BVD1) NN=21, 00
NOTE: Select the subtest number01, the following message will appear: Test slot number select (1:slot0, 2:slot1, 0:slot0&1)?
RGB monitor ID
NOTE: To execute this subtest, monitor supporting EDID (Extended Display Identification Data) is required. Connect a wraparound connector to CRT monitor for the test of ID acquisition. This subtest is executed by using VESA command. CAUTION: It becomes NG because the priority is given to the internal monitor in a simultaneous display mode.
3.18 CD-ROM/DVD-ROM Test
To execute the CD-ROM/DVD-ROM test, select 12 from the DIAGNOSTICS TEST MENU, press Enter and follow the directions on the screen. NOTE: For the subtest 01, 02 and 03, use the TOSHIBA CD-ROM TEST DISK TDY-01 or ABEX TEST CD-ROM TCDR-702 and DVD-ROM TEST DISK TSD-1. For the subtest 04, use a CD-RW on the market. Subtest 01 Sequential read This subtest is a sequential reading of one-block units (2K bytes) of all the logical addresses. Subtest 02 Read specified address This subtest reads one-block data from a specified address. Subtest 03 Random address/data This subtest reads one-block data and multi-block data from random addresses 200 times. Subtest 04 RW 1point W/R/C This subtest writes, reads and compares data at one point on a CD/RW media.
******************************************** * * * 11a Communication Test : NG !! * * * ********************************************
When a defective is detected in the test, following typical cause is considered. Connection of wireless LAN card Defective wireless LAN card Disappearance of MAC address data Checking the connection, execute the subtest again.
Communication test of 11g mode This subtest execute transmitting/receiving test in 802.11g mode using the main antenna. If a defective is not found during the test, OK message will appear in the display. Press any key and return to the test menu. If a defective is found during the test, NG message will appear in the display. When pressing any key, the following message is displayed
******************************************** * * * 11g Communication Test : NG !! * * * ********************************************
When a defective is detected in the test, following typical cause is considered. Connection of wireless LAN card Defective wireless LAN card Disappearance of MAC address data Checking the connection, execute the subtest again. Subtest06 All the tests of 11a/b/g Card All the tests is executed in the order of SKU check of Module, MAC Address Check, Communication test of 11b mode, Communication test of 11a mode and Communication test of 11g mode. When any error has detected, the test finishes.
3.29 Sound/LAN/Modem Test Program
To execute the Sound/LAN/Modem Test, use the Sound/LAN/Modem test program disk. Finish the tests of the Diagnostics disk by selecting 99 - EXIT TO DIAGNOSTICS MENU in the DIAGNOSTIC TEST MENU. Then in the DIAGNOSTICS MENU, select 9 - EXIT TO MS-DOS. Install the contents of Sound/LAN/Modem test program of the FDD into a HDD and make a dedicated test system that can boot from C drive. The sound test makes a big capacity of wave data. It needs a big capacity high- speed device. When the program starts, the following menu will appear.
#################################################################### ####### XXXX DIAGNOSTICS PROGRAM (SOUND/LAN/MODEM TEST) ####### #################################################################### * * * 1. (Microphoned recording&play) * * 2. (Sin wave) * * 3. (LAN) * * 4. (MODEM) * * * ********************************************************************
. Press test number[1-4] ?
Press the number you want to test and press Enter. NOTE: To execute Subtest 01, the external microphone is required. The system is capable of producing high volume sound, so when you use the headphones be careful to set the volume low and adjust it as necessary. Using the headphones at full volume could damage your ears. Subtest 01 Microphoned recording & play This subtest checks the function of the CODEC A/D D/A converter. Both the microphone and headphone terminal can be checked at the same time. Before executing this subtest, connect an external microphone to the computer. If necessary, connect a headphone to the computer to check whether the headphone jack of the computer is working properly. When the subtest is selected, the following message appears.
.Press Key ( Y = OK , N =NG )
If you hear the modem sound from the speakers, press Y. Otherwise, press N. NOTE: The message displayed by your computer may be slightly different from the one shown above. (c) After you press Y or N, the RJ11 Connection Check (LED) test will execute, and the following message will appear:
If the color in the LED of the connection checker is orange, press Y. Otherwise, press N. Press Enter to return to Main Menu.
3.30 IEEE 1394 Test Program
To execute the IEEE 1394Test, use the IEEE 1394 Test program disk. Finish the tests of the Diagnostics disk (No.1) by selecting 99 - EXIT TO DIAGNOSTICS MENU in the DIAGNOSTIC TEST MENU. Then in the DIAGNOSTICS MENU, select 9 - EXIT TO MS-DOS. Insert the IEEE 1394 Test program disk in the floppy disk drive and turn on the power. The following message will appear:
******************************************************************** * --------------------------------------------------------* * EEE1394 test menu (For repair) * * --------------------------------------------------------* * * * ============= Select test NO. and [Enter] ============= * * * * 1.Transmit & Receive test * * 2.Responder set * * 3.1394 GUID Display * * * ********************************************************************. Press test number [1-3] ?
Press the number you want to test and press Enter. Subtest 01 Transmit & Receive test This subtest tests the transmission/ reception function of the IEEE1394 port. Specifies the data size and transfer speed between the responder connected with an IEEE1394 cable, and sends, receives and compare data. To execute this subtest, press 1 key and Enter. Subtest 02 Responder set Before executing Subtest 01, connect the target PC and responder PC with a IEEE1394 cable and execute this subtest to initialize the responder PC. To execute this subtest, press 2 key and Enter. Subtest GUID Display GUID can be displayed. To execute this subtest, press 3 key and Enter.
3.31 Bluetooth Test program
This section describes how to perform the Bluetooth test program to check if the Bluetooth functions of computer are working properly. To start the Bluetooth test program, follow the steps below: NOTE: Use another computer that can communicate by the Bluetooth as a reference machine to perform this test. Insert a floppy disk containing the test program into the target machine and turn on the target machine. The following Bluetooth test menu will appear:
###################################################################### #### Bluetooth sub system test program VX.XX #### ###################################################################### * * * 1.BD_ADDR check * * * * 3. Communication test (DUT mode) * * * T.communication test (TEST mode) * * * * **********************************************************************.Press test number [1, 3, T] ?
4.3 PC card/Bridge media
PC card/Bridge media
4.3.1 PC card Removing the PC card The following describes the procedure for removing the PC card (See Figure 4-3). CAUTION: Insert or remove the PC card in accordance with any instructions in their manual or the manuals of the computer system you are using. 1. Push the eject button. It will pop out when you release it, and then press the eject button once more to eject PC card. 2. Grasp the PC card and remove it. NOTE: If a PC card is not inserted all the way, the eject button may not pop out. Be sure to push the PC card firmly and press the eject button again.
Figure 4-3 Removing the PC card Installing the PC card The following describes the procedure for installing the PC card (See Figure 4-3). 1. Make sure the eject button does not stick out. 2. Insert the PC card and press it until it is securely connected.
4.3.2 Bridge media (SD Card/Memory Stick/xDPicture Card/MultiMedia card) Removing the Bridge media The following describes the procedure for removing the Bridge media (See Figure 4-4). CAUTION: Insert or remove a Bridge Media in accordance with any instructions in the each Bridge Media manual or the manuals of the computer system you are using. 1. Push the Bridge media. It will pop out partly when you release, so pull out the card. (For an instance, a SD card is described in the figure 4-4.)
Bridge media (SD card)
Figure 4-4 Removing the Bridge media Installing the Bridge media The following describes the procedure for installing the Bridge media (See Figure 4-4). 1. Insert the Bridge media and press it until it is securely connected.
Removing the HDD The following describes the procedure for removing the HDD (See Figure 4-5 to 4-7). CAUTION: Take care not to press on the top or bottom of a HDD. Pressure may cause data loss or damage to the device. 1. Turn the computer upside down. 2. Loosen the following screw (with e-ring) and remove the HDD-1 slot cover. 3. Remove the following screw securing the HDD-1 assembly. M2.56B FLAT BIND screw
4. With holding the tab of the HDD-1 assembly, lift HDD-1 assembly straight up and away from the connector on the system board.
HDD-1 slot cover Screw (with e-ring)
M2.5x6B FLAT BIND HDD-1 assembly
Figure 4-5 Removing the HDD-1 assembly
5. (When the HDD-2 is installed,) Loosen the screw (with e-ring) and remove the HDD-2 slot cover. 6. With holding the tab of the HDD-2 assembly, lift HDD-2 assembly straight up and away from the connector on the system board.
HDD-2 slot cover
Screw (with e-ring) Tab
Figure 4-6 Removing the HDD-2 assembly
7. Remove the following screws and separate the HDD holder from the HDD assembly. M3.04S S-THIN HEAD screw 4
M3.0x4S S-THIN HEAD
4.20 Jack board
Removing the Jack board The following describes the procedure for removing the Jack board (See Figure 4-32). 1. Disconnect the analog TV turner cable from the connector CN9614 on the Jack board. 2. Disconnect the Jack cable from the connector CN6500 on the system board and connector CN6510 on the Jack board. 3. Take out the Jack board from the slot of the base assembly.
CN9614 CN6510 Jack board
Analog TV tuner cable
Figure 4-32 Removing the Jack board Installing the Jack board The following describes the procedure for installing the Jack board (See Figure 4-32). 1. Connect the Jack cable to the connector CN6510 on the Jack board. 2. Install the Jack board into the slot of the base assembly. 3. Connect the Jack cable to the connector CN6500 on the system board. 4. Connect the analog TV turner cable to the connector CN9614 on the Jack board.
4.21 System board/DC-IN jack
CAUTION: 1. When handling the system board, always hold by the edges. Do not touch the printed circuit face. 2. If replacing with a new system board, execute the subtest01 Initial configuration in section 3.4 Setting of the hardware configuration. Also update with the latest BIOS and EC/KBC as described in Appendix G and in Appendix H. Removing the system board/DC-IN jack The following describes the procedure for removing the system board/DC-IN jack (See Figure 4-33 and 4-34). 1. Take out the DC-IN jack from the slot. 2. Disconnect the speaker cable from the connector CN6170 the system board. 3. Peel off the insulator and remove the system board from the base assembly.
DC-IN jack Insulator Speaker cable
Figure 4-33 Removing the system board
4. Remove the DC-IN jack from the connector CN8800 on the system board.
CN8800 (Back of the system board)
Figure 4-34 Removing the DC-IN jack
Installing the system board/DC-IN jack The following describes the procedure for installing the system board/DC-IN jack (See Figure 4-33 and 4-34). 1. Connect the DC-IN jack to the connector CN8800 on the system board. 2. Install the system board to the base assembly and stick the insulator in place. 3. Connect the speaker cable to the connector CN6170 the system board. 4. Install the DC-IN jack to the slot.
CN2450 BC board I/F connector (8-pin)
Table C-9 BC board I/F connector (8-pin)
PIN No. 1T Signal name BCAS-P5V BCRST-P3N XBCCLK-P3P BCCDET-P3N GND I/O O O I PIN No. 2T Signal name BCIO-P5P GND GND GND GND I/O I/O -
C.10 CN2600 Wireless LAN card I/F connector (52-pin)
PIN No. 45 47
Wireless LAN card I/F connector (52-pin) (1/2)
I/O O O O I O O I I O O PIN No. Signal name P3V GND 1R5-P1V NC NC NC NC NC GND (WLON-S3N) PLTRS2-E3N E3V GND 1R5-P1V SMBCL1-P3P SMBDAT-P3P GND NC 1R5-P1V GND NC NC NC 1R5-P1V I/O O O O -
Signal name PEWAKE-E3N WCHDAT-P3P WCHCLK-P3P MPEXRQ-P3N GND XPEMPE-P3N XPEMPE-P3P GND NC NC GND ZPERWL-P1N ZPERWL-P1P GND GND ZPETWL-P1N ZPETWL-P1P GND NC NC NC NC NC NC
Table C-10 Wireless LAN card I/F connector (52-pin) (2/2)
PIN No. 1T Signal name NC NC GND I/O PIN No. 2T Signal name GND P3V GND I/O -
C.11 CN3010 MDC I/F connector (12-pin)
PIN No. 1T 3T 5T Signal name GND ACZOT1-P3P GND ACZSY1-P3P ACZIN1-E3P ACZRS1-E3N GND GND GND
MDC I/F connector (12-pin)
I/O I/O O I/O O PIN No. 2T 4T 6T Signal name NC NC E3V GND GND XAZBC1-P3P GND GND GND I/O O -
C.12 CN3200 Keyboard I/F connector (34-pin)
PIN No. 33 1T Signal name NUMLED-P5N CAPLED-P5N KBSC00-S3N KBSC02-S3N KBSC04-S3N KBSC06-S3N KBSC07-S3N KBSC09-S3N KBRT02-S3N KBSC10-S3N KBRT04-S3N KBSC12-S3N KBRT06-S3N KBSC14-S3N P5V N.C N.C GND
Keyboard I/F connector (34-pin)
I/O I/O I/O O O O O O O O O O O O O PIN No. 34 2T Signal name ARWLED-P5N P5V KBSC01-S3N KBSC03-S3N KBSC05-S3N KBRT00-S3N KBSC08-S3N KBRT01-S3N KBRT03-S3N KBSC11-S3N KBRT05-S3N KBSC13-S3N KBRT07-S3N KBSC15-S3N N.C N.C P5V GND I/O I/O O O O O O O O O O O O O -
C.13 CN3201 Touch Pad I/F connector (4-pin)
PIN No. Signal name GND IPDDAT-P5P
Touch Pad I/F connector (4-pin)
I/O I/O PIN No. Signal name IPDCLK-P5P P5V I/O I/O -
C.14 CN3330 Volume I/F connector (3-pin)
PIN No. Signal name (ROTENA-S3N) (ROTENB-S3N)
Volume I/F connector (3-pin)
I/O O O PIN No. 2 Signal name GND I/O -
C.15 J4100 Network I/F connector (12-pin)
PIN No. 1T Signal name ZMDIOP-EYP ZMDI1P-EYP ZMDI2N-EYP ZMDI3P-EYP (LAN-E3V) (LAN-E3V) GND
Network I/F connector (12-pin)
I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O PIN No. 2T Signal name ZMDION-EYN ZMDI2P-EYP ZMDI1N-EYP ZMDI3N-EYP LLINK-E3N LACT-E3N GND I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O O O -
C.16 CNI/F connector (4-pin)
PIN No. 1T 3T Signal name ZTPB0-P3N ZTPA0-P3N GND GND
1394 I/F connector (4-pin)
I/O I/O I/O PIN No. 2T 4T Signal name ZTPB0-P3P ZTPA0-P3P GND GND I/O I/O I/O -
Delete Array Selects [Delete Array] of Setup Utility and delete array. Put the cursor on the array you want to delete and press [Enter] key. When [Confirmation] is displayed, select OK to store the setting.
Physical Drive Select [Physical Drive] in Setup Utility to set physical drive. View Drive Info. Select this option in [Physical Drive] to display information of physical drive. Select the drive that you want to display in [Physical Drive] at the lower of display and press [Enter] key. In the server with fault lamp (lamp displaying disk condition), the fault lamp of corresponded drive blinks while [Drive Information] display appears. Press [Esc] key to close the display. The following information is displayed. Table J-7 Items set in View Drive Info.
Option Assignment Explanation Displays Array number and drive number of array incorporated. The display format is LD [Array number] [Drive number]. For example, [LD0-1] means Disk drive 1 of array 0. Displays the drive status. The followings are displayed. -ONLINE: The drive is working normally. -OFFLINEThe drive is not configured as array and is not used. -FAIL: The drive is failed and dose not work. -REBUILDING: The rebuilding is suspended. -UNKNOWN: There is controversy in the RAID information of other drive and the status is not decided. It is displayed when this drive was removed and used in the past. When this drive has been found good one, setting to OFFLINE is possible by executing [Force Offline]. Displays the setting of failure prediction function of drive. Enable or Disable is displayed. The default is Enable. When the level reach to worming level, [Alert] is displayed. When [S.M.A.R.T.] is set to [Disable], [Normal] is displayed. Displays Model number of drive. Displays the firmware revision of drive. Displays the serial number of drive. Displays ATA standard and transmission mode that the drive corresponds to. Displays the total number of sectors of drive in hexadecimal mode. (1 sector = 512B) In rebuilding, display the address of area that can not be used because of error in the original drive. When an error has been displayed in [Uncopied Blk], check if any error in the file system in the Windows scan disk. It is not necessary to check all the sectors. When any error is detected, any file is damaged. It is recommended to back up the data and rebuild RAID and restore.
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