Toshiba Satellite PRO A300D
OEM DC power input jack and connection cable. This part simply plugs into the motherboard and requires no soldering.
Part Numbers: V000932670, v000932670
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Toshiba Satellite PRO A300D
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The felica card reader writes and reads data to and from contactless Felica IC cards. Having no need for physical contact with the card, the reader/writer is immune to performance deterioration caused by wear and contamination, providing easy maintenance and long term reliability. The computer has Felica card reader and support BTO for Japan model only. HDMI Out Port (BTO) A HDMI monitor can be connected to the HDMI out port on the computer. The computer has HDMI out port and support BTO. S Video Out Port The S Video out port lets you transfer video data to external devices. FM Tuner Port (Exclusive with Modem/Felica) The FM Tuner Port lets you connect an external FM Antenna. ROBSON Mini Card (BTO) Robson is Intels platform non-volatile memory (NVM) disk-cache accelerator which delivers a fast cold boot as well resume from hibernate while saving power. It also accelerates application loading and run time thru intelligent file caching.
Figures 1-1/1-2/1-3 and 1-4 show the computer and its system unit configuration, respectively.
Figure 1-1 ID Parts Description Placement
Figure 1-2 Computer Block Diagram
S-Video HDMI Rj45 Rj11 USB* 1 U S B *1 1394
E re *1 xp ss
HDD ( 2nd )
WLan C I R sw t ch i
Bridge Media Slot
HDD V o l u m e (Primary)
Figure 1-3 System Board Configurations
1.2 System Unit Components
Figure 1-4 is Block Diagram of the System Unit.
Figure 1-4 System Unit Block Diagram
The system unit of the computer consists of the following components: Processor: Core2 Duo / Dual Core Processor and Merom Celeron Processor. Core2 Duo Processor (1066MHz) Core speed: 2.26/2.40/2.53/2.80GHz System bus: 1066 MHz On-die level 2 cache: 3 MB (P8400/P8600) On-die level 2 cache: 6 MB (P9500/T9400/T9600) Memory Two expansion memory slots are provided. They can hold 512/1024/2048/4096MB expansion memory modules available as options to grow up to 4GB for GL40 and 8 GB for PM/GM 45. PC2-5300(667MHz)/ PC2-6400(800MHZ)DDRII SDRAM supported 512/1024/2048/4096MB modules supported 512 MB ( 64M x 64) 1024 MB (128M x 64) 2048 MB (256M x 64) 4096 MB (512M x 64) 1.8 volt operation No parity bit 64-bit data transfer BIOS ROM (Flash EEPROM) 8Mb x 1 chip (1024KB flash parts) NvStorage size : 128K NvStorage free space : 93K FV00 size : 680K FV00 free space : 21K FV01 size : 64K FV01 free space : 45K FV02 size : 128K FV02 free space : 11K System Controllers North Bridge: Intel PM45/GM45/GL40 CPU Interface and Control
1.3 2.5-inch HDD
The computer contains an extremely low-profile and lightweight, high-performance HDD. The HDD incorporates 9.5 mm and 12.5 mm height magnetic disk and mini-Winchester type magnetic heads. The HDD interface conforms to Serial ATA. Storage capacities supported are 120, 160, 200, 250, 300, 320, 400,500 GB. The HDD is shown in Figure 1-5 and some of its specifications are listed in Table 1-1.
Figure 1-5 SATA HDD Table 1-1 HDD Specifications
Item Capacity (GB) Rotational Speed (RPM) Height User Data Sectors Bytes / Sector Item Capacity (GB) Rotational Speed (RPM) Height User Data Sectors Bytes / Sector Item Capacity (GB) Rotational Speed (RPM) Height User Data Sectors Bytes / Sector 400 GB 4200 rpm 12.5 mm 781,422,250 GB 4200 rpm 12.5 mm 5400 rpm 9.5 mm 120 GB 5400 rpm 9.5 mm 234,442,Specifications 160 GB 5400 rpm 9.5 mm 312,581,Specifications 300 GB 4200 rpm 12.5 mm 586,072,Specifications 500 GB 4200 rpm 5400 rpm 320 GB 5400 rpm 9.5 mm 625,142,200 GB 4200 rpm 5400 rpm
9.5 mm 390,721,968 512
12.5 mm 976,773,168 512
1.4 DVD Super Multi (+-R Double Layer)
The DVD Super Multi drive accepts 12-cm (4.72-inch) and 8-cm (3.15-inch) discs. At maximum, the drive can play back a DVD at 8x speed, read CD-ROM at 24x speed, and write CD-R at 24x speed, CD-RW at 4x speed, US CD-RW at 16x speed, High Speed CDRW at 10x speed, DVD-R at 8x speed, DVD-RW at 6x speed, DVD+R at 8x speed, DVD+R (Double Layer) at 4x speed, DVD-R (Double Layer) at 4x speed, DVD+RW at 8x speed and DVD-RAM at 5x speed. The DVD interface conforms to Serial ATA. The DVD Super Multi drive is shown in Figure 1-6 and its specifications are listed in Table 1-2.
Figure 1-6 DVD Super Multi drive Table 1-2 DVD Super Multi Drive Specifications
Item DVD-ROM mode CD-ROM mode
Data Transfer Rate 33.3 (Ultra-DMA transfer mode 2) (Mbytes/s) 16.7 (PIO mode 4, Multiword DMA mode 2) Access Time (ms) 160 ms Random Seek Time 150 ms
150 ms 140 ms
Data Buffer Size 2MB (Mbytes) Formats Supported DVD: DVD-VIDEO, DVD-ROM, DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD-RAM, DVD+R, DVD+-R (Double Layer), DVD+RW. CD: CD-DA, CD-ROM, CD-R, CD-RW, Mixed-CD, HS CD-RW, US CDRW, Photo CD (Multi-Session), Video CD, CD-Extra (CD+), CD-Text.
1.5 Power Supply
The power supply unit provides many different voltages for the system board and performs the following functions: 1. Power input monitor Checks whether the DC power supply (AC adapter) is connected to the computer. Checks whether the battery pack is connected to the computer. Monitors the DC power supply input voltage (AC Adapter output voltage). 2. Power supply's internal control Turns on and off the battery pack charging power supply. Issues a charging current instruction to the PWM control IC of the battery pack charging power supply. Controls the supply of DC power supply input (AC Adapter output) to the power supply unit. Controls the supply of power to the system block (load/logic circuit side). Controls forced shutdown if the power supply malfunctions. 3. Logic circuit control Instructs the gate array to enable/disable tuning the power on. Controls power-on/off operation. 4. Status display Turns on the Power LED (in white or Green or Orange blink). Battery indicator (in white or Green or Orange blink). 5. External interface Performs communication through the I2C bus (via the internal EC/KBC). Transfers the power supply operation mode. 6. Output monitor Monitors the voltage output to the system block (load/logic circuit side). Monitors the voltage, over voltage, input/output current of the battery pack. Monitors the internal temperature of the battery pack. Monitors the supply voltage from the AC adapter.
2.3 Power Supply
The power supply in the computer controls many functions and components. To check if the power supply is defective or malfunctioning, follow the troubleshooting procedures below as instructed. Procedure 1 Procedure 2 Procedure 3 Power Icon Check Connection Check Replacement Check
Procedure 1 Power Icon Check The following two power LEDs indicate the power supply status: Battery LED DC IN LED The power supply controller displays the power supply status through the Battery and DC IN LEDs as in the tables below. Battery LED
Battery LED On in Amber On in White Blinking in Amber (at equal intervals) Off Else Battery being charged Battery fully charged, with AC adapter connected Battery low *1 while driving the computer Power supply status
DC IN LED
DC IN LED On in White Off Off Power supply status DC power being supplied (from the AC adapter) Battery damage and cant charge during DC-in. Else
If the DC IN LED off, follow the steps below: 1. Remove the battery pack and the AC adapter to shut off power supply to the computer. 2. Attach the battery and AC adapter back again. If the LED still off, follows the steps below: Check 1 Check 2 Make sure the DC IN LED goes on in White. If it does not, go to Procedure 2. Make sure the Battery LED goes on in Amber or White. If it does not, go to Procedure 3.
Procedure 2 Connection Check Power is supplied to the system board as illustrated below:
AC adaptor AC power cord AC adaptor cord Battery pack System board
Follow the steps below to check whether each connector has been connected correctly: Check 1 Make sure the AC adaptor and AC power cord have been firmly plugged into the DC IN socket and wall outlet, respectively. When they have been connected correctly, perform Check 2. Check 2 Connect a new AC adaptor and AC power cord. If the DC IN LED does not go on, go to Procedure 3. If the battery LED does not go on, perform Check 3. Check 3 Make sure the battery pack has been correctly installed in the computer. If the battery LED does not go on while the battery pack has been installed correctly, go to Procedure 3. Procedure 3 Replacement Check The system board, power supply board, or CPU may be faulty. Disassemble the computer according to Chapter 4 and follow the steps below: Check 1 Replace the power supply board with a new one. If the battery pack is still not working properly, perform Check 2. Replace the system board with a new one. If the battery pack is still not working properly, perform Check 3. Replace the CPU with a new one.
2.4 System Board
To check if the system board is defective or malfunctioning, follow the troubleshooting procedures below as instructed. Procedure 1 Message Check Procedure 2 Test Program Check Procedure 3 Replacement Check Procedure 1 Message Check When the power is turned on, the system performs the self-diagnostic Power On Self Test (POST) embedded in the BIOS ROM. The POST tests and initializes each IC on the system board. If an error message appears on the display, perform Check 1. If there is no error message, go to Procedure 2. If FREE-DOS or Windows Vista Home Edition is loaded normally, go to Procedure 3. Check 1 If the following error message is displayed on the screen, press the F1 key as prompted. These errors occur when the system configuration preserved in the RTC memory (generally called CMOS memory) does not match the actual configuration or when the data is lost. If you press the F1 key as prompted by the message, the TSETUP screen appears to set the system configuration. If the error message appears frequently when the power is turned on, replace the RTC battery. If any other error message is displayed, perform Check 2.
2.5 2.5-inch HDD
create a DOS partition on drive C. Then restart the computer. If the problem persists, go to Procedure 3. Check 3 If drive C is listed as active in the FDISK menu, perform Check 4. If drive C is not listed as active, return to the FDISK menu and choose the option to set the active partition for drive C. Then restart the computer. If the problem persists, perform Check 4. Enter DIR C: and press the Enter key. If the following message is displayed, go to Procedure 3. If contents of drive C are listed on the display, perform Check 5. Invalid media type reading drive C Abort, Retry, Fail? Check 5 Use the SYS command in the DOS system to install system files. If the following message appears on the display, the system files have been transferred to the HDD. Restart the computer. If the problem persists, go to Procedure 3. System transferred
NOTE: If the computer is running Windows Vista Home edition and the hard disk capacity is more than 512 MB, the FDISK program will ask if you need support for a partition larger than 2 GB. Select Y for large partition support; however, be sure to read the precaution regarding access by other operating systems.
Procedure 3 Format Check The 2.5-inch HDD is formatted using the low-level format program and the FREE-DOS FORMAT program. Using these programs, follow the steps below to format the HDD. Check 1 Enter FORMAT C:/S/U to format the HDD and transfer system files. If the following message appears on the display, the HDD has been formatted. Format complete If you cannot format the HDD using the test program, go to Procedure 4.
Procedure 4 Test Program Check Run the HDD test program stored on the maintenance test program disk for all test items. See Chapter 3 for details on how to use the test program. If an error is detected during the HDD test, an error code and status will be displayed. The error codes and their status names are listed in Table 2-1. If an error code is not generated and the problem still exists, go to Procedure 5. Table 2- 1 HDD error code and status
Status Get Parameter Fail ! Read Old Data Error Write Pattern Error Read Back Data Error Data Compare Error Restore Data Error Read Verify Error Seek Error Disk Controller Self Test Failed Disk Controller Test unexpected interrupt Failed Disk Controller action Test Failed Disk dos not support SMART Disk read attribute threshold error Disk read attribute value error Disk SMART attribute value error
Chapter 3 Diagnostic Programs
3 Diagnostic Programs
Chapter 3 Contents
3.1 3.2 General.... 1 Quick Start.... 3 3.2.1 3.2.2 3.2.3 3.2.4 3.2.5 3.2.6 3.2.7 3.2.8 3.2.9 3.2.10 3.2.11 3.2.12 3.3 3.3.1 3.3.2 3.3.3 3.3.4 3.3.5 3.3.6 3.3.7 3.3.8 3.3.9 3.3.10 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 Quick Test.... 3 Customization Test.... 3 Keyboard Layout test... 7 Hotkey Test... 8 Audio Play Test.... 8 Audio Record Test... 9 DMI Read... 9 DMI Write.... 9 System Information... 11 View Logs... 12 Exit to Free DOS.... 13 The Diagnostics Screen Explanation... 13 Overview.... 16 Batch Parameters Configuration... 17 Items Parameters Configuration... 19 Load Batch Parameters... 20 Save Batch Parameters... 21 LOG Parameters Setting.. 22 Specify LOG Viewer.... 23 Display LOG File.... 23 LOG Viewer... 24 LOG File Sample... 25
Subtests.... 27 System Test..... 30 Memory Test.... 35 Storage.... 41
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3 Diagnostic Programs 3.8 3.9 3.10 3.11 3.12 Video..... 45 Communication (COMM)... 54 Peripheral.... 55 Error Codes and description... 57 Quick Test Item List.... i
This chapter explains the diagnostic programs which tests and diagnoses the functions of the hardware components of this computer. The diagnostic programs can be classified into two types: OPTION and DIAGNOSTIC TEST. NOTE 1: This Diagnostic supports Potomac10/10G NOTE 2: Before test must set SATA Controller Mode to Compatibility in BIOS Advanced setting, when finished test set it to AHCI NOTE 3: Before running a test, be sure to: 1. Check that all the cables are connected securely. 2. Exit the application that is currently running and close Windows. The OPTION includes the following functions: Select All Items Test Select Items Edit Batch Parameters Load Batch Parameters Save Batch Parameters Log Parameters Specify Log Viewer Display Error Log File DOS Shell Exit to Free-DOS The DIAGNOSTIC TEST Devices include the following tests: System Test Memory Test Storage Test Video Test Communication Test Peripheral Test Keyboard Layout Test Hot Key Test Audio Play Test Audio Record Test DMI Read DMI Write System Information
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3 Diagnostic Programs Before running the diagnostic programs, get the following tools prepared:
A Service Diagnostic BOOT CD A Formatted FLOPPY DISK A Test Media CD (A-BEX TEST CD-ROM TCDR-702)(for CD-ROM test) A Test Media DVD (Toshiba-EMI DVD-ROM TEST DISK TSD-1) An External Monitor (for DISPLAY test) A CD-ROM Driver (for CD-ROM test) Audio Line for audio record test A Data CD (for CD-ROM test) The following chapters describe all the test details. The test items could be selected from the DIAGNOSTIC TEST menu. Note: When booting up the unit for the first time, the system will automatically select the location of the result log file. If a USB floppy drive is connected, and there is an unprotected floppy diskette with more then 50KB spare space in the drive, system will save all log files into the root directory the diskette; otherwise, system will save all log files in the root directory of RAM disk.
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3.2 Quick Start
When the system is booting from Service Diagnostic CD, the following screen will be displayed:
Please select a test item or select 0 to exit to Free-DOS: 3.2.1 Quick Test When this item is selected, the system will run the configured test items and generate a test report automatically. When the test is completed, a file named Quick.log would be saved in the defined location. When Quick.log is being created, meanwhile, a file named quick.log has already existed, the system will automatically rename Quick.log to Quick.old for the backup purpose of the log file. For the detail of test item, please refer to Quick Test Item List. 3.2.2 Customization Test When this item is selected, the system will run the diagnostic programs according to the procedures you defined. When the test is completed, a file named Custom.log will be saved in the defined location. Please see the following example-- Mouse test.
Use arrow key to select TouchPad item on Peripheral in the menu, then press Space key to select it. (When it is being selected, there is a X marked in the [ ])
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Select Test Mouse or press F8 to run the test. The prompt information would be displayed in the screen as below. This test item needs user to verify whether the mouse works normally.
The test result will be displayed in the following screen:
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Here is another method to run the test: Highlight a test item by using arrow keys, then, press Enter to start. If there are parameters provided, user should set parameters in the parameter dialog window.
LOOPBOUND The chosen test items will run repeatedly according to the times specified in the 'Number of Loops'. TIMEBOUND The chosen test items will run for an extent time specified in 'Time Limit Hrs' and 'Time Limit Min'.
Time Limit Hrs Specify the hours whether 'TIMEBOUND' is chosen under the batch mode.
Time Limit Min Specify the minutes whether 'TIMEBOUND' is chosen under the batch mode.
Number Of Loops Specify the repeating times when 'Loop Bound' is chosen under the batch mode.
3.3.3 Items Parameters Configuration The test items parameters configuration screen can be accessed through Service Diagnostics/Options -> Edit Batch Parameters -> Items Parameters-> System>CPU-> Basic Functionality:
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3 Diagnostic Programs Repeat times of the test item.
Interactive If the item is enabled during the test, the test items that need user to response can run normally, such as PS2 Mouse test; If it is disabled, those test items will report FAIL. Whether the option here is enabled, it only affects the current test item.
Parameters For the test items with specific parameters, this option will call the related configuration screens. Otherwise, the program will show the following dialogue window:
Parameters for the specific test items: Some test items (Memory, HDD, e g.) have their individual parameters, which can be configured in their parameters setting window. 3.3.4 Load Batch Parameters Batch parameter is saved in the script file whose extension name is INI (*.INI). Below is the screen shot of Load Batch Parameters.
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In this window, you can specify the.INI files that you wanted to be edited or modified. 3.3.5 Save Batch Parameters Here you can save the edited or modified content to the batch parameters files.
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3 Diagnostic Programs 3.3.6 LOG Parameters Setting
You can access the Log Parameters screen through Service Diagnostics\Options Generate Report.
Report Destination If selecting 'NONE', no log file will be generated; if selecting 'FILE', a log file with the name specified in 'Log File Name' will be generated.
8bits Text and Attribute Test Error
30 31xx 08xx 01 02
8bits Video Mode Test Error 15bits Video Mode Test Error 16bits Video Mode Test Error 24bits Video Mode Test Error 32bits Video Mode Test Error Audio Audio Play Fail Record Fail LAN Card PCI bus Error during device ID test PCI Ethernet card not present during device ID test Intel PCI Ethernet card not present during MAC test Keyboard
Cannot play music. Cannot record. Dont Scan PCI device
Dont find Net card
Dont found Net Card, This Card Please update net card or use cant be Read MAC by this other method method
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04 05xx 01 28xx 01 20xx 21xx 07
Keyboard Map & Stroke Test Fail Clock Line Test Fail Data Line Test Fail Mouse Touch Pad Test Fail 1394
Keyboard Map & Stroke Test fails. Clock Line Test fails. Data Line Test fails. Touch Pad Test Fail
Check the KBD connection and repeat the test. As above. As above. Check the mouse connection and repeat the test.
Can not find IEEE1394 controller
IDE-HDD Get Parameter Fail ! Write Pattern Error Data Compare Error Read Verify Error Seek Error Disk Controller Self Test Failed Disk Controller Test unexpected interrupt Failed Disk Controller action Test Failed Disk dos not support SMART Disk read attribute threshold error Disk read attribute value error Disk SMART attribute value error ODD No Disk in CDROM The Disk in CDROM is not Data Disk Wrong test parameters are input by user. HD is damaged. HD is damaged. HD is damaged. HD is damaged. The HD controller is damaged. The HD controller is damaged. The HD controller is damaged. Disk dos not support SMART Disk read attribute threshold error Disk read attribute value error Disk SMART attribute value error No disk is found in the CDROM.
Dont support 1394.
Reinput the correct parameters. Send the HD for repair. As above. As above. As above. As above. As above. As above. Change HD which supported SMART and test again Send the HD for repair. As above. As above. Insert a disk into the CD-ROM.
The disk in the CD-ROM is not Insert a DATA CD. Data Disk. Send the CD-ROM for repair. Replace the disk or send the CDROM for repair.
IDE-CD Controller Error Functional errors with the CDROM. CD Read Error CD Seek Error Either the disk or the CD-ROM is damaged.
Installing the USB board, Bluetooth Card, FM card and Felica card. 4-49 4.15 Display Mask.... 4-50 Removing the Display Mask... 4-50 Installing the Display Mask... 4-52 4.16 FL Inverter Board.... 4-53 Removing the FL Inverter Board... 4-53 Installing the FL Inverter Board.. 4-54 4.17 LCD Modules.... 4-55 Removing LCD Modules... 4-55 Installing the LCD Modules... 4-57 4.18 CCD Board and MIC.... 4-58 Removing the CCD Board and MIC... 4-58 Installing the CCD Board and MIC.. 4-59 4.19 Power board, Switch board, Touch Pad board and Finger print board.. 4-58 Removing Power board, Switch board, Touch Pad board, Finger print board. 4-58 Installing Power board, Switch board, Touch Pad board, Finger print board. 4-59
Figures Figure 4-1 Removing the battery pack... 4-8 Figure 4-2 Removing the battery pack... 4-8 Figure 4-3 Removing the PC card... 4-10 Figure 4-4 Removing the Memory Card.... 4-12 Figure 4-5 Removing the optional memory.. 4-13 Figure 4-6 Removing the HDD pack.... 4-15 Figure 4-7 Removing the HDD pack.... 4-15 Figure 4-8 Removing the HDD chassis... 4-16 Figure 4-9 Removing the HDD pack.... 4-17 Figure 4-10 Removing the HDD pack... 4-17 Figure 4-11 Removing the HDD chassis... 4-18 Figure 4-12 Removing the ODD bay module... 4-20 Figure 4-13 Removing the bracket from the ODD drive.. 4-22 Figure 4-14 Removing the Keyboard cover and keyboard.. 4-23 Figure 4-15 Removing the Keyboard cover and keyboard.. 4-24 Figure 4-16 Removing the wireless LAN card.. 4-26 Figure 4-17 Removing the MDC module... 4-28 Figure 4-18 Removing the Top Cove... 4-30 Figure 4-19 Removing the Top Cove... 4-31 Figure 4-20 Removing the the speakers.... 4-32 Figure 4-21 Removing the Audio cable... 4-33 Figure 4-22 Removing the display assembly... 4-35 Figure 4-23 Removing the system board... 4-37 Figure 4-24 Removing the system board... 4-38 Figure 4-25 Removing the CPU cooling module... 4-40 Figure 4-26 Applying silicon grease... 4-41 Figure 4-27 Removing the CPU cooling module... 4-43 Figure 4-28 Applying silicon grease... 4-44 Figure 4-29 Replace new thermal pad into correct position.. 4-44 Figure 4-30 Tear down the tap.... 4-44 Figure 4-31 Removing the CPU.... 4-45
Figure 4-32 Installing the CPU... 4-46 Figure 4-33 Securing the CPU.... 4-47 Figure 4-34 Removing the USB board, Bluetooth Card, FM card and Felica card. 4-48 Figure 4-35 Removing the display mask... 4-50 Figure 4-36 Removing the display mask... 4-51 Figure 4-37 Removing the FL inverter boar... 4-53 Figure 4-38 Removing the 15.1-inch LCD module and screws... 4-56 Figure 4-39 Removing the 15.1-inch LCD module.. 4-56 Figure 4-40 Removing the CCD board and MIC... 4-58 Figure 4-41 Removing the touch pad, button board and Finger print board.. 4-60 Figure 4-42 Removing the touch pad, button board and Finger print board.. 4-62
This chapter explains how to disassemble the computer and replace Field Replaceable Units (FRUs). Some replacement procedures may not require you to remove all the surrounding FRUs to replace only one FRU. The chart below shows the FRUs in the order in which they should be removed in a top-down manner, irrespective of their physical locations. The FRUs shown in the top area of the chart should normally be removed before removing the FRUs shown in the bottom area. To replace the FRUs, first identify the suspect FRU for the system failure. Next, according to this chart, determine the FRUs that need to be removed before removing the suspect FRU. After you determine those FRUs, go to the appropriate sections according to the section numbers shown in the boxes. Then start removal and replacement.
Before You Begin Before you begin to disassembly the computer, keep in mind the precautions and advice in this section. Always begin disassembly by removing the AC adapter and battery pack. Remove the optional parts and accessories as well. The procedures for removing the batteries will be explained later. Disassemble the computer only when an abnormality has occurred. Use only the recommended tools. To run and store the computer, be sure to prepare a working environment that is free from: Dust and contaminants Static electricity Extremely high or low temperatures and extremely high humidity
Run the diagnostic tests explained in Chapter 2 of this manual to identify the FRU that has probably caused the system failure. Perform only the required machine operations. Use only the disassembly and reinstallation procedures described in this manual. Place the removed components in a safe place away from the computer so that they are not damaged or get in the way of you doing your work. Normally, a number of screws need to be removed or replaced during disassembling. Place the removed screws in a safe place so that you can easily find the right screws for the right components. When assembling the computer, use the specified screws to fasten the parts to the specified locations. See the appropriate explanations and figures for screw sizes. To avoid personal injury, use care to handle components that have sharp edges or corners. After you have replaced a FRU, check that the FRU works correctly to ensure normal computer operation.
Disassembly Procedures The cable connectors come in these two basic types: Pressure plate connectors Normal pin connectors
To remove a pressure plate connector, pull up the tabs on either side of the connector's plastic pressure plate and gently pull the cable out of the connector. To reconnect the cable to the pressure plate's connector, raise the pressure plate up to a satisfactory height and slide the cable into the connector. Secure the cable in the correct position by pressing down the sides of the pressure plate so that the plate is flush with the sides of the connector. Grasp and pull the cable gently to check that the cable is connected firmly. If the cable comes off the connector, reinsert the cable by raising the pressure plate up to a satisfactory height. Normal pin connectors are used for all the other types of cables. These connectors can be installed or removed by simply inserting them or pulling them out.
Assembly Procedures You have to reassemble the computer after you have disassembled the computer and fixed the component that caused the problem. When reassembling the computer, keep the following general guidelines in mind: Take your time to carry out the suggested instructions completely. Hurried reassembly can often cause problems. Check that all the cable and connectors are fastened securely. Before securing the FRUs or other parts, check that the cables are not caught by the screws or FRUs. Check that all the latches are closed securely. Check that all the required screws are used to secure the FRUs. Using wrong screws can damage the threads or heads of the screws or does not ensure that the FRUs are secure.
After installing a FRU, make sure that the FRU and computer work normally.
Tools and Equipment For your safety and that of other people in the working environment, it is strongly recommended that you use electrostatic discharge (ESD) equipment. The proper use of this equipment will ensure successful repair work and reduce the costs for repairing damaged components. The equipment and tools required for disassembly and reassembly are: One 2 mm Phillips screwdriver One 4 mm flat-blade screwdriver Torx screwdriver Tweezers (for pulling out screws) ESD mats (for the floor and work desks) An ESD wrist strap or heel grounder Anti-static carpets or flooring Air ionizers (for highly electrostatic sensitive areas) A plastic card (in credit card size)
Screw Tightening Torque To secure screws, follow the torque values listed below. Over tightening can damage components and screws. Under tightening can loosen the screw or cause screws to come off, which may result in short circuits or other damage. M2 (2 mm) M2.5 (2.5 mm) M3 (3 mm) M2.5x4 PSP TITE screws 0.22 Nm (2.2 kgfcm) 0.36 Nm (3.5 kgfcm) 0.51 Nm (5.0 kgfcm) 0.204 Nm (2.0 kgfcm)
M2.5x6 GIZA TITE screws 0.36 Nm (3.5 kgfcm))
Colors of Screw Shanks For easy identification of the correct screws, the screw shanks are colored according to their lengths, as follows: Screws of an even-numbered length Brown Screws of an odd-numbered length White Screws of a special length Black Screws of a special length are those of a length having decimal places, such as 2.5 mm and 2.6 mm.
Symbols of Screws on the Computer Body For easy maintenance, the screw types are shown on the computer body as symbols. A symbol consists of a letter representing the screw type and a numeral representing the screw length. Screw type Bind screw Flat-head screw Super flat-head screw Tapping screw Other screws Letter B (stands for bind) F (stands for flat-head) S (stands for super flat-head) T (stands for tapping) U (stands for unique-pan head screws, studs, etc.)
Symbol examples 6 mm bind screw Bmm bind screw Bmm stud U5 (The numeral represents the rounded length of the threaded portion regardless of the entire stud length.)
Removing the Battery Pack Remove the battery pack according to the following procedures and Figure 4-1, 4-2. CAUTION: When handling the battery packs, use care not to short circuit the terminals. Do not drop, hit, twist, or bend the battery packs. Do not scratch or break up their casing. 1. Turn the computer upside down so that the back is facing you. 2. Slide out the battery lock. 3. Slide the battery release latch and remove the battery pack from the computer.
Battery release latch
Figure 4-1 Removing the battery pack
Figure 4-2Removing the battery pack
NOTE: Dispose of the used battery packs as required by local ordinances or regulations.
Installing the Battery Pack Install the battery pack according to the following procedures and Figure 4-1, 4-2. CAUTION: The battery packs contain a lithium ion battery, which can explode due to improper replacement, use, handling, or disposal. Always dispose of the battery packs as required by local ordinances or regulations. Use only replacement batteries recommended by Toshiba.
4.19 Power board, Switch board, Touch Pad board
4.19 Power board,Switch board, Touch Pad board, touch pad and Finger print board.
Removing the Power board, Switch board, Touch Pad board, Touch Pad and Finger print board Remove the Power board, Switch board, Touch Pad board, Touch Pad and Finger print board according to the following procedures and Figure 4-39. 1. Release two M2x0.4 lack flat head screws securing the power board. 2. Remove the power board. 3. Release two M2x0.4 lack flat head screws securing the switch board. 4. Disconnect the switch board flat cable from CN34. 5. Remove the switch board. 6. Disconnect the button board flat cable from CN9012 on the button board. 7. Release two M2.5x3.5 white flat head screws securing the Button Board. 8. Remove the Button Board. 9. Release five M2.5x3.5 white flat head screws securing the touch pad bracket. 10. Remove the touch pad bracket. 11. Remove the finger print board.
M2x0. 4 black flat head screw M2. 5x3. 5 white flat head screw CN34 Switch Board Power Board
Switch Board SUMI CARD
Touch Pad Board
CN9012 Finger Print Board CN9011
Figure 4-39 Removing the touch pad, button board and Finger print board
Installing the Power board, Switch board, Touch Pad board, Touch Pad and Finger print board Install the Power board, Switch board, Touch Pad board, Touch Pad and Finger print board according to the following procedures and Figure 4-39. 1. Seat the finger print board to the correct position. 2. Seat the touch pad, button board touch pad bracket in the correct position and secure it with the five M2.5x3.5 white flat head screws. 3. Seat the button board to the correct position and secure it with two M2.5x3.5 white flat head screws. 4. Connect the button board flat cable to CN9012 on the button board. 5. Connect the touch pad flat cables to JP1 on the touch pad. 6. Secure the switch board with two M2x0.4 lack flat head screws. 7. Secure the power board and bracket with two M2x0.4 lack flat head screws.
C8 D0 C9 D1
F0 F0 F0 F0
*1 *1 *1 *1
Esc F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 F10
01 3B 3C 3D 3E 3F 44
81 BB BC BD BE BF C0 C1 C2 C3 C4
0C 03 0B 83 0A 01 09
F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0
0C 03 0B 83 0A *3
Table D-1 Scan codes (set 1 and set 2) (4/4)
Cap No. Keytop F11 F58 Code set 1 Make D7 D8 *6 *7 5B 5D E0 E0 DB DD Break *6 *7 E0 E79 7B 1F 2F Make F0 F0 *6 *7 E0 E0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F79 7B 1F 2F *8 *8 *8 Code set 2 Break *3 *3 *6 *7 *4 Note
PrintSc *6 Pause Fn Win App Kat/Hir Hen Muh *7 E0 E0
Notes: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. * * * * * * * * Scan codes differ by mode. Scan codes differ by overlay function. Combination with the Fn key makes different codes. Fn key does not generate a code by itself. This key corresponds to key No. 42 in a 102-key model. Refer to Table D-6, No. 124 key scan code. Refer to Table D-7, No. 126 key scan code. 205~207 are for JAPAN keyboard only
Table D-2 Scan codes with left Shift key
Cap No. 204 Key top / INS DEL Home End PgUp PgDn Win App E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 Make AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E4B 47 4F 4D 5B 5D E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 Code set 1 Break B5 D2 D3 CB C7 CF C8 D0 C9 D1 CD DB DD E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 2A 2A 2A 2A 2A 2A 2A 2A 2A 2A 2A 2A 2A E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 Make 12 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 4A 6B 6C 72 7D 7A 74 1F 2F E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 Code set 2 Break 4A 6B 6C 72 7D 7A 74 1F 2F E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E12 12
Note : The table above shows scan codes with the left Shift key. In combination with the right Shift key, scan codes are changed as listed below: Set 1 Set 2 With left Shift E0 AA __________ E0 2A ___________ E0 F________ E___________ With right Shift E0 B6 EE0 FE0 59
Table D-3 Scan codes in Numlock mode
Cap No. Key top INS DEL Home End PgUp PgDn Win App E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 Make 2A 2A 2A 2A 2A 2A 2A 2A 2A 2A 2A 2A E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E53 4B 47 4F 4D 5B 5D E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 Code set 1 Break D2 D3 CB C7 CF C8 D0 C9 D1 CD DB DD E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 Make E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E71 6B 6C 72 7D 7A 74 1F 2F E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 Code set 2 Break 6B 6C 72 7D 7A 74 1F 2F E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 E0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F0 F12
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