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Networking Your Notebook
Introducing the wireless features on your new notebook Turning wireless networking on and off Using a wireless network Creating a wireless network Testing your network Sharing your resources Troubleshooting your wireless network
What is a wireless network?
Any network is a collection of computers and other devices that communicate with each other. Wireless networks are built around an access point that typically includes a switch or router. This access point routes the signals so the computers in the network can share files, folders, printers, and access to the Internet. Computers communicate with their access point in one of two ways:
In wired networks, Ethernet cables carry the signals to and from the computer and the access point. In wireless networks, radio waves transmit the signals to and from special wireless components in both the computers and the access point.
With some notebooks and computers, you have to purchase a special wireless component, but with your eMachines notebook, you can go wireless right out of the box!
Why go wireless?
Because it frees you from your desk! With a wireless home network, you can use your notebook wherever you like. From the comfort of your sofa, in your kitchen, or on your patio, you can browse the Internet, send and receive e-mails, transfer files, and use your printer. You can even stay connected when you are away from your home by connecting to public hotspots. These hotspots are becoming more and more common and are readily available in airports, libraries, book stores, and coffee shops.
Wireless features on your notebook
54gTM, the most advanced wireless networking technology available, is incorporated into your notebook. Also known as 802.11g, this up-and-coming wireless networking standard is up to 5 times faster than the widely used, older standard, 802.11b. Instead of communicating at a maximum speed of 11 megabits per second (Mbps), your notebook, equipped with 802.11g, can communicate at speeds up to 54 Mbps! Because 802.11g is backward compatible with Wi-Fi 802.11b networks, you will be able to access networks that have not yet upgraded to the new standard. When going wireless with your notebook, you can work faster and play harder:
Speed communicate at speeds up to 5 times faster than 802.11b, on an 802.11g network. Compatibility Range
connect to already-installed 802.11b networks.
extend the reach of your network, up to 300 feet. Security protect your notebook and your data with wired
equivalent privacy (WEP) encryption. Resource sharing share your network resources, such as your broadband Internet connection, printers, and storage.
Turning wireless networking on and off
For wireless security reasons, when you received your notebook, wireless networking was turned off. After you have completed your initial Windows setup, you can turn on wireless networking.
To turn wireless networking on and off:
Press FN + F2 on the keyboard.
Using a wireless network
A wireless network is ideal for creating a home or office network or adding mobility to an existing wired network. A wireless network lets you move about your home or office with your notebook or tablet PC. For example, you can take your notebook or tablet PC from your home office to your patio without having a wired network jack available.
Warning Radio frequency wireless communication can interfere with equipment on commercial aircraft. Current aviation regulations require wireless devices to be turned off while traveling in an airplane. IEEE 802.11g communication devices are examples of devices that provide wireless communication. For more information, see Turning wireless networking on and off on page 3.
See Safety, Regulatory, and Legal Information in your user guide for general wireless regulatory and safety guidelines.
Note any antenna placement constraints in the user guide of each type of wireless device in your network.
IEEE 802.11a uses a different radio frequency than IEEE 802.11g. All wireless components must use the same frequency. A combination of IEEE 802.11a only and IEEE 802.11g only components will not work. Some wireless devices can broadcast and receive signals on both frequencies.
The speed of a wireless network is related to signal strength. Signal strength is affected by the distance between your wireless network devices, by radio interference, and by interference from natural obstructions such as walls, floors, and doors.
Example access point wireless network
By using an access point, you can join a wireless network and access a wired network, such as the Internet. The following is an example of an access point wireless network that shows how an access point also lets you access the Internet. The network is made up of an access point, a cable or DSL modem, and your computers. The access point is the central control point for the network. Attached to the access point is the cable or DSL modem that provides access to the Internet. Each of the computers or network-ready devices communicate with the access point using radio waves.
USB wireless adapter
Tips & Tricks
To add the ability to access a wired network to your wireless network, connect an access point to the router or use a router that has a built-in access point, such as the Linksys wireless access point router with 4-port switch.
Equipment you need for an access point wireless network
For an access point wireless network you need:
Your new eMachines notebook with built-in wireless networking One access point One broadband Internet connection (optional)
Tips & Tricks When buying your access point, be sure the model includes everything your network needs, including:
802.11g support - for next-generation, high-speed wireless communications Internet security features - such as a firewall to protect your network from unwanted intruders Wireless security features - such as 128-bit WEP encryption 4-port switch - to eliminate the need for additional network hardware DHCP server/dynamic IP address assignment - to automatically configure network and IP addresses
Setting up a wireless network
Setting up your wireless network involves the following three steps:
Making sure your broadband connection works. Setting up your access point. Setting up your notebook.
Making sure your broadband connection works
Before you change anything about your home setup, make sure that your broadband connection is working correctly. To test the connection, log onto the Internet using your current setup. If the connection is not working, contact your Internet service provider.
Important If you do not have a broadband connection already installed, make the necessary arrangements with your ISP. Be sure to find out how soon after the installation the line will be activated.
Broadband Internet settings will differ from ISP to ISP. Before you begin setting up your network, you should contact your ISP for any specific instructions they have for setting up a network.
Setting up your access point
See the instructions that came with your access point or wireless access point router for initial setup. How you set up your access point varies depending on the features of the access point and your networking situation.
Mounting the access point
When selecting a place to mount your access point, consider the following guidelines:
Mount your access point as high as possible (to avoid interference from natural obstacles and appliances). Mount your access point in a location where you can run a cable from the access point to either your wired network or your cable or DSL modem.
Configuring the access point
Important The following configuration information applies to the Linksys wireless access point router with 4-port switch. For any other brand or model of access point, see the manufacturers documentation, which may accompany the access point or be available from the manufacturers Web site.
To configure the Linksys wireless access point router with 4-port switch:
Plug one end of a straight-through cable into the WAN port on the wireless access point router and the other end into the DSL or cable modem. Plug one end of the power adapter into the AC connector on the router and the other end into a grounded, 110V electrical outlet. Turn on the DSL or cable modem. Press the reset button on the wireless access point router. Temporarily connect your notebook to the wireless access point router using a straight-through cable and turn your notebook on. From your notebook, open your Web browser. In the browsers Address box, type http://192.168.1.1, then press ENTER. When prompted for a username and password, leave the username box empty and type admin in the password box, then click OK. The setup page opens.
Enter the following values in the appropriate fields:
Host Name and Domain Name - Check with your ISP to see if entries
are required in these fields and, if so, what entries are required.
Enable/Disable wireless - Click Enable to turn on the wireless functions of your access point router. SSID - Type a unique name for your wireless access point. Allow Broadcast SSID to associate - Clicking Yes lets you automatically see the SSID in the Available Networks list (see Connecting to your access point on page 11). Clicking No
means that you will need to manually add the access point (see Adding an access point on page 14). Clicking No makes your wireless network more secure because intruders will not be able to connect to your network without knowing the name of your access point.
Tips & Tricks If you live in an apartment building or dormitory, you may want to click No to prevent your neighbors from discovering and accessing your network.
Channel - In the United States, you can specify any channel between 1 and 11. WEP - To use WEP (wired equivalent privacy) encryption, select Mandatory. If you use WEP encryption, all computers on your
network must use the same WEP encryption. See the documentation that came with your access point on how to use WEP encryption.
WAN Connection Type - If your ISP assigns you a different IP address each time you log on, click Obtain an IP Address Automatically. If your ISP requires a fixed IP address, click Static IP, then type the
values provided by your ISP.
Click Apply, then click Continue to save the settings. Disconnect your notebook from the access point router.
Reset the power on your cable or DSL modem. This step is important because it establishes communication between your broadband modem and the access point router. Restart your notebook.
Setting up your notebook
Naming the computers and the workgroup
Important You must give each computer on the network a unique Computer Name and the same Workgroup Name.
To identify this computer on the network:
Click Start, then click Control Panel. The Control Panel window opens. If your Control Panel is in Category View, click Performance and Maintenance. The Performance and Maintenance window opens. Click/Double-click System. The System Properties dialog box opens. Click Computer Name. Click Change. The Computer Name Changes dialog box opens. Type a unique computer name in the Computer name box. This name identifies the computer to other users on the network. Use a computer name of up to 15 characters with no blank spaces. Each computer name must be unique on your network. All-numeric computer names are not allowed. Names must contain some letters. Type a name for your workgroup in the Workgroup box. Use a workgroup name of up to 15 characters with no blank spaces. The workgroup name must be the same for all computers in your network workgroup, and the name must be different than any computer name on your network. Click OK to close the Computer Name Changes dialog box.
Connecting to your access point
After you have set up your wireless access point, you need to set up the network connection on your computers.
To connect to an access point wireless network:
Turn on wireless networking. For more information, see Turning wireless networking on and off on page 3. Click Start, then click Control Panel. The Control Panel window opens. If your Control Panel is in Category View, click Network and Internet Connections. The Network and Internet Connections window opens. Click/Double-click Network Connections. The Network Connections window opens. Right-click the Wireless Network Connection icon, then click View available wireless networks. The Wireless Network Connection dialog box opens.
Click the network you created in the Choose a wireless network list, then click Connect. If you successfully connected to the network, go to Testing your network on page 17. -ORIf you are unable to connect to the network in the Choose a wireless network list, go to Configuring computer settings for an access point on page 12. -ORIf your network does not appear in the Choose a wireless network list, go to Adding an access point on page 14.
Help and Support
For more information about connecting to a wireless network, click Start, then click Help and Support. Type the keyword connecting to wireless network in the Search box , then click the arrow.
Configuring computer settings for an access point
If you are unable to connect to an access point in the Choose a wireless network list, the most likely cause is that the access point is using WEP security. You need to configure your network settings to use the same WEP security settings as those used by the access point.
To configure computer settings with WEP security for an access point wireless network:
With the Wireless Network Connection dialog box open, click Change advanced settings. The Wireless Network Connection Properties dialog box opens.
Important If the Wireless Network Connection dialog box is not open, follow the instructions in Connecting to your access point on page 11.
Click the Wireless Networks tab.
Click to select the access point network in the Preferred networks list, then click Properties. A dialog box opens. The name of the network already appears in the Network name (SSID) box.
Click the arrow button to open the Data encryption list, then click WEP. If the WEP network key is not provided automatically, click to clear The key is provided for me automatically check box, then type the network key settings in the Network key and Confirm network key boxes to match those set on the access point. - OR If the WEP network key is provided automatically, leave the check mark in The key is provided for me automatically check box.
Make sure that the This is a computer-to-computer (ad hoc) network; wireless access points are not used check box is not selected. Click OK to close the dialog box. Your network should be running. Go to Testing your network on page 17.
For more information about configuring a wireless network, click Start, then click Help and Support. Type the keyword wireless network in the Search box , then click the arrow.
Adding an access point
If an access point does not appear in the Choose a wireless network list, and you know the access point is turned on, you need to add it manually. This typically happens when you set the access points Allow Broadcast SSID to associate to No. For more information, see Configuring the access point on page 8.
To manually add an access point wireless network:
With the Wireless Network Connection window open, click Change advanced settings. The Wireless Network Connection Properties dialog box opens.
Click Add. The Wireless network properties dialog box opens.
Type the name of the network in the Network name (SSID) box. Click the arrow button to open the Network Authentication list, then click the network authentication option you want. If this is a security-enabled network, click the arrow button to open the Data encryption list, then click WEP. If the WEP network key is not provided automatically, click to clear The key is provided for me automatically check box, then type the network key settings in the Network key and Confirm network key boxes to match those set on the access point. - OR If the WEP network key is provided automatically, leave the check mark in The key is provided for me automatically check box.
Make sure that the This is a computer-to-computer (ad hoc) network; wireless access points are not used check box is not selected. Click OK to close the Wireless Network Properties dialog box. Your network should be running. Go to Testing your network on page 17.
Testing your network
Now that your home network is set up, log onto your notebook and access a favorite Internet Web site. If you are unable to connect to the Internet:
Run the New Connection Wizard (see Internet Explorer is unable to access the Internet. on page 27). Check all physical cable connections Compare the status lights on the front of the access point with the patterns described in the access point documentation Temporarily turn off any firewall software on your notebook Turn off all of the devices, then turn them back on Refer to your access points troubleshooting information Contact your Internet service provider
Sharing drives and printers
With a network, you can share drives (for example hard drives, diskette drives, and CD or DVD drives) and printers among the computers connected to the network. After the drives and printers on each network computer are shared, you can access them as though they were attached directly to your computer. Then you can:
View a network drive Open and copy files stored on other network computers Print documents on network printers
Important To share a printer among the network computers, each computer must have the shared printers drivers installed. Follow the instructions included with your printer to install the printer drivers on each computer.
Sharing drives or folders
If you want to share a drive or folder, use the following instructions.
To share drives or folders:
In My Computer or Windows Explorer, right-click the drive or folder that you want to share, then click Sharing and Security. The folder properties dialog box opens. If you share a drive, the entire contents of that drive will be available to everyone on your network. If you share a folder, only the contents of that folder will be available to everyone on the network.
Click the Sharing tab.
If this is the first time you have shared a drive or folder, click Network Setup Wizard to enable remote access, then follow the on-screen instructions. - OR If you have previously enabled remote file access and you want to share a drive or folder with others on the network (network sharing), click to select the Share this folder on the network check box, type a shared name in the Shared name box. To let other users have full permissions to read and write to the shared drive or folder, click to select the Allow network users to change my files check box.
Un-sharing drives, folders, and files
To un-share drives or folders:
In My Computer or Windows Explorer, right-click the drive or folder that you want to un-share, then click Sharing and Security. Make sure that the Share this folder on the network check box is not selected. Click OK.
To share printers:
Click Start, then click Control Panel. The Control Panel window opens. If your Control Panel is in Category View, click Printers and Other Hardware. Click/Double-click the Printers and Faxes icon. The Printers and Faxes window opens. Right-click the name of the printer you want to share, then click Sharing. Click Share this printer. Click OK.
Using the network
After the drives and printers on each network computer are shared, you can:
View shared drives and folders Map a network drive Open and copy files stored on other network computers Print documents on network printers
Viewing shared drives and folders
To view shared drives and folders:
Click Start, then click My Network Places. The My Network Places window opens. Click/Double-click Entire Network. The Entire Network window opens. If you do not see the contents of the network after you double-click Entire Network, click entire contents. Double-click Microsoft Windows Network. Double-click the name of your workgroup. The names of each of the computers in your workgroup are listed. For more information about workgroups, see Naming the computers and the workgroup on page 10. Double-click the name of the computer containing the drive or folder you want to view. All shared drives and folders are listed.
Mapping a network drive
After a drive or folder on one computer is mapped as a drive on another computer, the contents of the drive or folder can be accessed as if the drive were attached directly to the computer. For example, the My Documents folder on computer 1 is mapped as the Z drive on computer 2. To access the My Documents folder on computer 1 from computer 2, double-click the Z drive.
To map a network drive:
Locate the drive or folder by completing the steps in Viewing shared drives and folders on page 21. Right-click the drive or folder, then click Map Network Drive. The Map Network Drive wizard opens. Click the arrow button to open the Drive list, then click the drive letter you want to map this drive or folder to. Click Reconnect at Logon if you want to reconnect to this drive or folder each time you log on to the network. Click Finish.
Opening files across the network
To open files across the network:
Start the program for the file you want to open. Click File, then click Open. Browse to the network drive that contains the file you want to open. Double-click the folder containing the file, then double-click the file.
Copying files across the network
To copy files across the network:
Click Start, then click My Computer. The My Computer window opens. Browse to the network drive that contains the file you want to copy. Browse to the file you want to copy. Click the file. Click Edit, then click Copy. Double-click the folder where you want to copy the file to. Click Edit, then click Paste.
Printing files across the network
Important Before you can print a file across the network, you must install the driver for the printer on the computer you are sending the file from. You can obtain the printer driver and installation instructions from the CD that shipped with your printer or from the manufacturers Web site.
To print files across the network:
Open the file you want to print. Click File, then click Print. Click the arrow button to open the printer name list, then click the network printer. Click OK.
Connecting to hotspots
A hotspot is a high-speed wireless Internet access point available in public locations such as airports, airline clubs, libraries, book shops, and coffee houses. While you are away from your home or office, hotspots let you send and receive e-mail, surf Web sites, or access your companys network.
Important If you want to access your companys network through a hotspot, contact your network administrator for setup information. You will probably be routed through a VPN connection for maximum security.
You usually need to sign up to get access through hotspot connections. During the sign-up process, the vendor will provide you with the necessary connection information. To access any new network, obtain information about the network (such as the SSID, password key, and security settings to use) and enter that information. See Configuring computer settings for an access point on page 12 for instructions.
Caution Because hotspots typically do not enable any security measures, the data that you are sending and receiving may be vulnerable. Any of the files on your computer that are marked for sharing may be accessible to other users on the network.
Troubleshooting your wireless network
You turned wireless networking on, but it takes a while to connect.
When wireless networking is turned on, it automatically scans for available connections, which can take approximately 30 seconds to complete.
Your connection on the network seems intermittent.
In addition to other factors, the strength of a wireless connection is determined by the distance from the access point and structural material that the signal must travel through (such as walls, cabinets, ceilings, and floors.) If you cannot relocate, see if you can improve the connection by changing the channel of the access point.
Your wireless network is running slower than you expect
If your wireless network is running slower than you expect, you should check your network signal strength. If you find the signal strength is low, try moving to a new location to increase the signal strength.
Important Signal strength is affected by the distance between your wireless network devices, by radio interference, and by interference from natural obstructions such as walls, floors, and doors.
To check the signal strength of your wireless network:
Click Start, then click Control Panel. The Control Panel window opens. If your Control Panel is in Category View, click Network and Internet Connections. The Network and Internet Connections window opens. Click/Double-click Network Connections. The Network Connections window opens.
Right-click Wireless Network Connection, then click Status. The Wireless Network Connection Status dialog box opens. The meter shows the signal strength for wireless networking on your computer if other computers with the same network name are within range of your computer.
You are in a wireless network, you can see the network, but cannot communicate, send files, print, or get to the Web.
If your access point uses WEP, go to the Windows XP Wireless Networking Properties window and make sure that both the WAP and the WLAN in the computer have matching WEP keys.
You are in a wireless network, but no available networks are listed in the Windows XP Wireless Networking utility.
If the network you are attempting to access does not broadcast its SSID, you need to request the SSID from the administrator and add that networks information into the wireless utility. For more information, see Adding an access point on page 14. You may want to try entering ANY as the SSID, which will make the computer try to auto-detect the network.
Your wireless network is listed as a preferred network, but it has an x on it.
An x means your preferred network is not currently available or you are not currently in range to connect.
Internet Explorer is unable to access the Internet.
Reset the power on your cable or DSL modem and your access point. This reestablishes communication between your Internet service provider and your modem and between your modem and your access point. If you previously accessed the Internet through a dial-up modem, Internet Explorer may not be set up to access the Internet through a network.
To set up Internet Explorer to access the Internet through a network:
Make sure that the access point is turned on and configured as instructed by your cable or DSL provider. Click Start, right-click Internet, then click Internet Properties. The Internet Properties dialog box opens.
Click the Connections tab.
Click Setup. The New Connection Wizard opens. Click Next. The Network Connection Type screen opens.
Click Connect to the Internet, then click Next. The Getting Ready screen opens.
Click Set up my connection manually, then click Next. The Internet Connection screen opens.
Click the type of Internet connection you are setting up, then click Next. Click Finish.
You cannot see other computers on your network.
Your notebook may not have the same workgroup name as the other computers on your network. For more information, see Naming the computers and the workgroup on page 10. If your notebook was previously connected directly to your cable or DSL modem, and your ISP required you to use a static IP address, your notebook is not set up to use a DHCP server.
To set up your notebook to use a DHCP server:
Right-click Wireless Network Connection, then click Properties. The Wireless Network Connection Properties dialog box opens.
Click to select the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) check box in the This connection uses the following items list. If you do not see TCP/IP, drag the scroll bar to see more choices. Click Properties. The Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties dialog box opens.
Click the General tab.
Click Obtain an IP address automatically. Click OK to close the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties dialog box.
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eMachines E630/E430 Series Service Guide
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Table of Contents
System Specifications 1
Features.1 System Block Diagram.4 Your eMachines Notebook Tour.5 Front View.5 Closed Front View.6 Rear View.7 Left View.7 Right View.8 Bottom View.8 Indicators.10 TouchPad Basics.11 Using the Keyboard.12 Lock Keys and embedded numeric keypad.12 Windows Keys.13 Hot Keys.14 Special Key.15 Hardware Specifications and Configurations.16
BIOS Setup Utility.23 Navigating the BIOS Utility.23 eMachines E630/E430 BIOS.24 Information.24 Main.25 Security.26 Boot.29 Exit.30 BIOS Flash Utilities.31 DOS Flash Utility.32 WinFlash Utility.33 Remove HDD/BIOS Password Utilities.34
Machine Disassembly and Replacement
Disassembly Requirements.39 Pre-disassembly Instructions.40 Disassembly Process.40 External Module Disassembly Process.41 External Modules Disassembly Flowchart.41 Removing the Battery Pack.42 Removing the SD Dummy Card.43 Removing the Lower Covers.44 Removing the Optical Drive Module.45 Removing the DIMM Modules.47 Removing the WLAN Module.48 Removing the Hard Disk Drive Module.50 Main Unit Disassembly Process.52 Main Unit Disassembly Flowchart.52 Removing the Switch Cover.53 Removing the Keyboard.54 Removing the LCD Module.55 Removing the Upper Cover.59 Removing the Power Board.63 Removing the Left Speaker Module.64
Below is a brief summary of the computers many features: NOTE: Items denoted with an asterisk are available for select models only
Genuine Windows 7
AMD Sempron single-core processor* AMD Athlon 64 X2 dual-core processor* AMD Athlon 64 single-core processor* AMD Turion dual-core processor* AMD Tigris RS880M + SB710
Low-latency, high-bandwidth 128-bit DDR2 SDRAM controller operating at up to 333 MHz On-board memory with up to 2 unbuffered SO-DIMM slots supporting DDR II 667/800. Adjustable Maximum 128MB UMA VGA memory shared from North Bridge Maximum memory: 2GB per slot; 4GB total On-board cache up to 1MB
15.6 LCD CCFL/LED panel for NDWGLED for NDWH0
ATI Radeon HD 4200 Graphics
2.5" hard disk drive Multi-in-1 card-reader
DVD-Super Multi double-layer drive
Realtek ALC272X-GR for High Definition Audio Codec with Dolby Digital Live Internal speakers x2 (2W) Mic-in jack Headphone/Line out jack
Dimensions and Weight
372.3mm x 246.5mm x 26.8mm/40.6mm with ID Weight 2.7kg (15.6" LCD/6-cell battery/super-multi ODD)
Wireless LAN Atheros AR8132L for 10/100 LAN PCI-E 10/100M LAN WOL (AC mode S5) support 802.11b/g/n WLAN/WiMax Mini PCIE Wireless LAN module with with mini card slot Dual-Band built-in Antenna for Wireless LAN
Modem External USB 2.0 modem Support Wake on Ring (S3)
BIOS user, supervisor, HDD passwords Kensington lock slot
ACPI 3.0 48.8 W 4400 mAh PSE-certified battery 3-pin 65 W AC adapter ENERGY STAR*
Special keys and controls
99-/100-/103-key keyboard Supports Application keys for Windows XP/Linux version Support for Home key and Application keys for Windows XP/Linux version Multi-language support
VGA port, 15 pins
DC-IN port for adapter RJ-45 Ethernet port for LAN 2 USB port Headphone out / Line-out Microphone-in Multi-in-1 card reader (SD, MMC, MS, MS PRO, xD Kensington Lock (7.5mm)
Temperature: Operating: 5 C to 35 C Non-operating: -20 C to 65 C
<Fn> + <F6> <Fn> + <F7> <Fn> + <F8> <Fn> + < > <Fn> + < >
Screen blank TouchPad toggle Speaker toggle Brightness up Brightness down
You can locate the Euro symbol and the US dollar sign at the upper-center and/or bottom-right of your keyboard.
The Euro symbol
1. Open a text editor or word processor. 2. Hold <Alt Gr> and then press the <5> key at the upper-center of the keyboard. NOTE: Note: Some fonts and software do not support the Euro symbol. Please refer to www.microsoft.com/ typography/faq/faq12.htm for more information.
The US dollar sign
1. Open a text editor or word processor. 2. Hold <Shift> and then press the <4> key at the upper-center of the keyboard. NOTE: This function varies by the operating system version.
Hardware Specifications and Configurations
Processor Item CPU Type Core Logic CPU Package Power On-die Cache Front Side Bus Processor Specifications
Item AAM320 AAM300 SMPM100 ATM500 ATM520 CPU Speed 2.1 GHz 2.0 GHz 2.0 GHz 2.2 GHz 2.3 GHz Cores 2 Bus Speed TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD Mfg Tech TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD Cache Size 1M 1M 512K 1M 1M Package TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD Core Voltage 35W 35W 25W 35W 35W eMachines P/ N KC.AM002.320 KC.AM002.300 KC.SM002.100 KC.TM002.500 KC.TM002.520
Specification AMD Sempron Single-Core Process,2.0G, Cache 512KB, M100 AMD Sempron Single-Core Process,2.1G, Cache 512KB, M120 AMD Athlon II Dual-Core Process,2.0G, Cache 512KB, M300 AMD Athlon II Dual-Core Process,2.1G, Cache 512KB, M320 AMD Athlon II Dual-Core Process,2.2G, Cache 512KB, M340 AMD Turion II Dual-Core Process,2.2G, Cache 512KB, M500 AMD Turion II Dual-Core Process,2.3G, Cache 512KB, M520 AMD Turion II Dual-Core Process,2.4G, Cache 512KB, M540
AMD Athlon/Turion Dual-Core Mobile CPU or AMD Sempron Single-Core Mobile CPU
AMD Tigris platform RS880M+SB710
Integrated VGA solution Micro uPGA-638 Package 35W Up to 1MB L2 cache TBD
CPU Fan True Value Table
(OS Shutdown: TBD H/W Shutdown: TBD
Northbridge Item Chipset Package ATI RS880M 465 BGA Specification
Southbridge Item Chipset Package BIOS Item BIOS vendor BIOS Version BIOS ROM type Features InsydeH20 V1.00 Flash System Memory Item Memory controller Memory size DIMM socket number Supports memory size per socket Supports maximum memory size Supports DIMM type Supports DIMM Speed Supports DIMM voltage Cache 4GB maximum 2 2GB 4GB (total) 200-pin +1.8V DDRII 667/800 MHz 1.8V Upto 1MB L2 Cache on CPU Specification ATI RS780MN + ATI SB710 Flash ROM 1MB Support ISIPP Support Acer UI Support multi-boot Suspend to RAM (S3) Various hot-keys for system control Support SMBIOS 2.3, PCI2.2. DMI utility for BIOS serial number configurable/asset tag Support PXE Support Y2K solution Support WinFlashWake on LAN from S3 System information Support Win Flash Wake on LAN from S3 Wake on LAN form S4 in AC mode System information Specification ATI SBBGA Specification
Memory Combinations Slot 1 0MB 0MB 0MB 512MB 512MB 512MB 1024MB 1024MB 1024MB 1024MB 2048MB 2048MB 2048MB 2048MB 512MB 1024MB 2048MB 512MB 1024MB 2048MB 0MB 512MB 1024MB 2048MB 0MB 512MB 1024MB 2048MB Slot 2 512MB 1024MB 2048MB 1024MB 1536MB 2560MB 1024MB 1536MB 2048MB 3072MB 2048MB 2560MB 3072MB 4096MB Total Memory
NOTE: Above table lists some system memory configurations. You may combine DIMMs with various capacities to form other combinations. On above table, the configuration of slot 1 and slot 2 could be reversed. LAN Interface Item LAN Chipset Package LAN connector type LAN connector location Feature Interface Wireless Module 802.11b/g/n Item Manufacturer Model 802.11g Radio Technology Operating Frequency Modulation Schemes Channel Numbers Data Rate Media Access Protocol Transmitter Output Power 802.11b Radio Technology Operating Frequency Modulation Schemes Channel Numbers TBD Specification TBD Atheros AR8132L Specification
Item Data Rate Media Access Protocol Transmitter Output Power Hard Disk Drive Interface Item Vendor & Model Name Specification Seagate ST9160314AS ST9250315AS ST9320325AS ST9500325AS 160, 250, 320, 4, 2 2, Toshiba MK1655GSX MK3255GSX MK5065GSX MK2565GSX MK6465GSX 320, 250, 160, 4, 2 2, 1 5400
WD WD1600BEVT WD2500BEVT WD3200BEVT WD5000BEVT WD6400BEVT 500, 320, 250, 160, 4, 3, 2 2, 1 5400
HGST HTS545016B9A300 HTS545025B9A300 HTS545032B9A300 HTS545050B9A300 HTS543232B9A300 160, 250, 320, 4, 2 2, 1 5400
Capacity (GB) Bytes per sector Data heads Drive Format Disks Spindle speed (RPM) Buffer size Interface Internal transfer rate (Mbits/sec, max) I/O data transfer rate (Mbytes/sec max)
Performance Specifications 8 MB SATA 8 MB SATA 395~952 (typical) MB SATA 850 Mbits/s maximum 300 maximum 8 MB
DC Power Requirements Voltage tolerance Super-Multi Drive
Item Vendor & model name Performance Specification Transfer rate (MB/sec) HLDS GT20N With CD Diskette Sustained: 3,600 KB/s (24x) max. With DVD Diskette Sustained: 11.08 Mbytes/s (8x) max. Specification Sony AD7580S With CD Diskette Sustained: 1,571 (typical) 2 MB SATA With DVD Diskette Sustained: 10,993 (typical)
Buffer Memory Interface
Item Applicable disc formats
4.7GB (Single Layer) 8.5GB (Dual Layer) 3.95GB (Ver. 1.0: read only) 4.7GB (Ver. 2.0 for Authoring: read only) 4.7GB (Ver. 2.1 for General: read & write) (DL) 8.5GB (Ver. 3.0)
DVD Read: DVD-ROM (DVD-5, DVD-9, DVD-10, DVD-18), DVD-Video, DVD-Audio, SACD (Hybrid), UDF DVD, DVD-R, DVD-R DL, DVD-R 3.95 GB, DVD-R Authoring, DVD-R Multi-Border, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+R DL, DVD+R MultiSession, DVD+RW, DVD-RAM V1.0, DVDRAM V2.0 & 2.1 &2.2.
CD Read: CD-DA, CD-ROM Mode-1, CD-ROM/XA Mode-2 DVD-RW: Form-1 and Mode-2 Form-2, CD-i, CD-i 4.7GB (Ver. 1.2/ Rev 1.0, 2.0, 3.0) Bridge, Video-CD (MPEG-1), Karaoke CD, PhotoDVD-RAM: 1.46GB/side, 4.7GB/side (Ver. CD, Enhanced CD, CD Plus, CD Extra, itrax 2.2) CD, CD-Text, UDF CD, CD-R, and CD-RW DVD+R: 4.7GB (Ver. 1.3)
The following examples show the commands and the corresponding output information.
Read DMI Information from Memory
Input: dmitools /r Output: Manufacturer (Type1, Offset04h): Acer Product Name (Type1, Offset05h): Aspire xxxx Serial Number (Type1, Offset07h): 01234567890123456789 UUID String (Type1, Offset08h): xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx Asset Tag (Type3, Offset04h): Acet Asstag
Write Product Name to EEPROM
Input: dmitools /wp Acer
Write Serial Number to EEPROM
Input: dmitools /ws 01234567890123456789
4 ). Write UUID to EEPROM ( Create UUID from Intel WFM20.pdf )
Input: dmitools /wu
5). Write Asset Tag to EEPROM
Input: dmitools /wa Acer Asstag NOTE: When using any of the Write options, restart the system to make the new DMI data effective.
Using the LAN MAC EEPROM Utility
You can use the MAC.BAT utility to write the MAC.CFG file to the EEPROM under DOS mode. 1. Use a text editor (for example: Notepad) to open the MAC.CFG file. You can see the MAC.CFG contents as below:
WriteData = 001122334455' StartAddr=7A WriteLeng=6 KeepByte=0 2.
MAC value MAC address MAC value length dont care
In DOS mode, run the MAC.BAT file to write MAC values to eeprom.
IMPORTANT: The outside housing and color may vary from the mass produced model. This chapter contains step-by-step procedures on how to disassemble the notebook computer for maintenance and troubleshooting.
To disassemble the computer, you need the following tools:
Wrist grounding strap and conductive mat for preventing electrostatic discharge Flat screwdriver Philips screwdriver Plastic flat screwdriver
Plastic tweezers NOTE: The screws for the different components vary in size. During the disassembly process, group the screws with the corresponding components to avoid mismatch when putting back the components.
Before proceeding with the disassembly procedure, make sure that you do the following: 1. Turn off the power to the system and all peripherals. 2. Unplug the AC adapter and all power and signal cables from the system.
5. Remove the two screws securing the ODD bracket and remove the ODD bracket from the optical disk drive module.
Step ODD Bracket M2*3
6. Remove the ODD bezel by rotating the top edge downward and pulling it clear of the module.
Removing the DIMM Modules
1. See Removing the Lower Covers on page 44. 2. Push out the release latches on both sides of the DIMM socket to release the DIMM module.
3. Remove the DIMM module.
4. Repeat steps for the second DIMM module if present.
Removing the WLAN Module
1. See Removing the Lower Covers on page 44. 2. Remove the adhesive tape securing the Antenna cables in place.
3. Disconnect the antenna cables from the WLAN Board.
NOTE: Cable placement is Black to the MAIN terminal (upper) and White to the AUX terminal (lower).
4. Move the antenna away and remove the two screws to release the WLAN Board.
Step WLAN Module M2*3
5. Detach the WLAN Board from the WLAN socket.
NOTE: When reattaching the antennas, ensure the cables are tucked into the chassis to prevent damage.
Removing the Hard Disk Drive Module
1. See Removing the Lower Covers on page 44. 2. Using the pull-tab, slide the HDD Module in the direction of the arrow to disconnect the interface.
3. Lift the HDD Module clear of the HDD bay.
NOTE: To prevent damage to device, avoid pressing down on it or placing heavy objects on top of it.
4. Remove the four screws (two each side) securing the hard disk to the carrier.
Step HDD Carrier M3*3
5. Remove the HDD from the carrier.
Main Unit Disassembly Process
Main Unit Disassembly Flowchart
Remove External Modules before proceeding Remove Switch Cover Remove Keyboard
Remove LCD Module
Remove Upper Cover
Remove Power Board
Remove Left Speaker Module
Remove Right Speaker Module
Remove TouchPad Bracket
Remove RTC Battery
Remove Thermal Module
Remove CPU Fan
Screw List Step LCD Module LCD Module Upper Cover Upper Cover Power Board Left Speaker Module Right Speaker Module TouchPad Bracket Mainboard Thermal Module CPU Fan Screw M2.5*8 M2.5*8 M2.5*8 M2.5*8 M2*3 M2*3 M2*3 M2*3 M2.5*4 M2.5*6 M2*Quantity Part No. 86.N2802.003 86.N2802.003 86.N2802.003 86.N2802.003 86.N2802.004 86.N2802.004 86.N2802.004 86.N2802.004 86.N2802.001 86.N2802.002 86.N2802.004
Removing the Switch Cover
CAUTION: Using metal tools to remove the Switch Cover may cause damage to the outer casing. The use of plastic tools or fingers is recommended to remove the Switch Cover. 1. See Removing the Battery Pack on page 42. 2. Turn the computer over. Press down the / and * keys on the right side of the Keyboard to expose the cutout. Insert a suitable plastic tool (or finger) and pry the Switch Cover upward, away from the Upper Cover.
4. Replace the four securing screws (in numerical order from screw 1 to screw 4) to secure the Thermal Module in place.
Replacing the Mainboard
1. Ensure that the Mainboard is face up (the CPU is not visible). Place the Mainboard in the chassis, left edge first (1), then rotate it downward into position (2).
NOTE: Ensure the I/O ports are positioned correctly through the casing. 2. Replace the single securing screw in the mainboard.
Replacing the TouchPad Bracket
1. Replace the TouchPad bracket top edge first to engage the securing clips. 2. Press the bracket down to engage the securing clips.
3. Replace the two screws to secure the TouchPad Bracket to the Upper Cover.
4. Replace the TouchPad FFC and close the locking latch on the connector.
5. Replace the FFC and press down as indicated to secure it to the Upper Cover.
Replacing the Right Speaker Module
1. Place the module left side first on the Upper Cover 2. Replace the single screw to secure the module in as shown. Ensure that the left side of the module is place. seated correctly in the securing clip.
3. Pass the cable through the Upper Cover as shown. 4. Turn the Upper Cover over and run the cable along the cable channel using all available cable clips.
5. The cable runs as shown when correctly installed.
Replacing the Left Speaker Module
1. Place the module right side first on the Upper Cover as shown. Ensure that the right side of the module is seated correctly in the securing clip. 2. Replace the single screw to secure the module in place.
3. Run the cable along the cable channel using all available cable clips.
4. Secure the cable in place with adhesive tape.
Replacing the Power Board
1. Slide the Power Board in to the Upper Cover front edge first to engage the securing clip.
2. Press the board down to locate the securing pin.
3. Replace the two screws to secure the board to the Upper Cover.
Replacing the Upper Cover
1. Place the Upper Cover on the Lower Cover as shown.
2. Press down around the edges to secure it in place.
3. Replace the nine screws in the Upper Cover as shown.
4. Replace the three screw caps as shown.
5. Connect the following cables to the Mainboard.
6. Connect A as shown.
7. Connect C as shown.
8. Connect B and close the locking latch to secure the cable in place.
Perform the following general solutions one at a time to correct the problem. 1. 2. 3. 4. Reboot the computer and retry the operation. Try an alternate disc. Navigate to Start Storage panel. Navigate to Start Computer. Check that the ODD device is displayed in the Devices with Removable Control Panel System and Maintenance System Device Manager.
a. b. c. d. e.
Double-click lDE ATA/ATAPI controllers. If a device displays a down arrow, right-click on the device and click Enable. Double-click DVD/CD-ROM drives. If the device displays a down arrow, right-click on the device and click Enable. Check that there are no yellow exclamation marks against the items in lDE ATA/ATAPI controllers. If a device has an exclamation mark, right-click on the device and uninstall and reinstall the driver. Check that there are no yellow exclamation marks against the items in DVD/CD-ROM drives. If a device has an exclamation mark, right-click on the device and uninstall and reinstall the driver. If the exclamation marker is not removed from the item in the lists, try removing any recently installed software and retrying the operation.
Discs Do Not Play
If discs do not play when inserted in the drive, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem. 1. 2. 3. 4. Check that the disc is correctly seated in the drive tray and that the label on the disc is visible. Check that the media is clean and scratch free. Try an alternate disc in the drive. Ensure that AutoPlay is enabled: a. b. c. 5. Navigate to Start Control Panel Hardware and Sound AutoPlay.
Select Use AutoPlay for all media and devices. In the Audio CD and DVD Movie fields, select the desired player from the drop down menu.
Check that the Regional Code is correct for the selected media:
IMPORTANT:Region can only be changed a limited number of times. After Changes remaining reaches zero, the region cannot be changed even Windows is reinstalled or the drive is moved to another computer. a. b. c. d. Navigate to Start Control Panel System and Maintenance System Device Manager.
Double-click DVD/CD-ROM drives. Right-click DVD drive and click Properties, then click the DVD Region tab. Select the region suitable for the media inserted in the drive.
Discs Do Not Burn Properly
If discs can not be burned, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem. 1. Ensure that the default drive is record enabled: a. b. c. 2. Navigate to Start Computer and right-click the writable ODD icon. Click Properties.
Select the Recording tab. In the Desktop disc recording panel, select the writable ODD from the drop down list. Click OK.
Ensure that the software used for burning discs is the factory default. If using different software, refer to the software's user manual.
BDS & Specific action:
Code 0x00 0x12 0x13 0x21 0x27 0x28 0x50 0x51 0x58 0x5A 0x70 0x71 0x72 0x78 0x79 0x7A 0x90 0x91 0x92 0x93 0x94 0x95 0x98 0x99 0x9A 0x9B 0xB8 0xB9 0xBB 0xE4 0xF8 Report the legacy boot is happening Wake up the Aps Initialize SMM Private Data and relocate BSP SMBASE PC init begin at the stage1 Report every memory range do the hardware ECC init Report status code of every memory range Get the root bridge handle Notify pci bus driver starts to program the resource Reset the host controller IdeBus begin initialization Simple Text Output Protocol Functions (VGA class reset) Report that VGA Class driver is being disabled Report that VGA Class driver is being enabled Terminal Console In reset and Console Out reset Report that the remote terminal is being disabled Report that the remote terminal is being enabled Keyboard reset USB Keyboard disable Keyboard detection Report that the usb keyboard is being enabled Clear the keyboard buffer Init Keyboard Mouse reset Mouse disable Detect PS2 mouse Report that the mouse is being enabled Peripheral removable media reset (ex: IsaFloppy, USB device) Peripheral removable media disable Peripheral removable media enable Report Status Code here for DXE_ENTRY_POINT once it is available Report that ExitBootServices () has been called Description
Description Runtime driver set virtual address map
Each PEIM entry point used in 80_PORT Code 0x00 0x01 0x02 0x03 0x04 0x05 0x06 0x07 0x08 0x09 0x0A 0x0B 0x0C 0x0D 0x0E 0x0F 0x10 0x11 0x12 0x13 0x14 0x15 0x16 0x17 0x18 0x19~0x1F 0x20~0x2E 0x2F PEI_EVENT_LOG PEI_OEM_SERVICE PEI_SIO_INIT PEI_MONO_STATUS_CODE PEI_CPU_IO_PCI_CFG PEI_CPU_IO PEI_PCI_CFG PEI_CPU_PEIM PEI_PLATFORM_STAGE1 PEI_VARIABLE PEI_SB_INIT PEI_CAPSULE PEI_PLATFORM_STAGE2 PEI_SB_SMBUS_ARP_DISABLED PEI_HOST_TO_SYSTEM PEI_MEMORY_INIT PEI_S3_RESUME PEI_CLOCK_GEN PEI_OP_PRESENCE PEI_TPM_TCG PEI_FIND_FV PEI_H2O_DEBUG_IO PEI_H2O_DEBUG_COMM PEI_SMM_CONTROL PEI_RESERVED PEI_OEM_DEFINED PEI_DXE_IPL Description
Each Driver entry point used in 80_PORT
Code 0x30 0x31 0x32 0x33 0x34 0x35 0x36 0x37 0x38 0x39 0x3A 0x3B 0x3C 0x3D 0x3E 0x3F 0x40 0x41 0x42 0x43 0x44 0x45 0x46 0x47 0x48 0x49 0x4A 0x4B 0x4C 0x4D 0x4E 0x4F 0x50 0x51 0x52 0x53 0x54 0x55 0x56 0x57 0x58 0x59 RESERVED DXE_CRC32_SECTION_EXTRACT SCRIPT_SAVE ACPI_S3_SAVE SMART_TIMER JPEG_DECODER PCX_DECODER HT_CPU / MP_CPU LEGACY_METRONOME FTWLITE RUN_RIME MONOTONIC_COUNTER WATCH_DOG_TIMER SECURITY_STUB DXE_CPU_IO CF9_RESET PC_RTC STATUS_CODE VARIABLE EMU_VARIABLE DXE_CHIPSET_INIT DXE_ALERT_FORMAT PCI_HOST_BRIDGE PCI_EXPRESS DXE_SB_INIT IDE_CONTROLLER SATA_CONTROLLER SB_SM_BUS ISA_ACPI_DRIVER ISA_BUS ISA_SERIAL IDE_BUS PCI_BUS BOOT_PRIORITY FVB_SERVICE ACPI_PLATFORM PCI_HOT_PLUG DXE_PLATFORM PLATFORM_IDE SMBIOS MEMORY_SUB_CLASS MISC_SUB_CLASS Description
Code 0x5A 0x5B 0x5C 0x5D 0x5E 0x5F 0x60 0x61 0x62 0x63 0x64 0x65 0x66 0x67 0x68 0x69 0x6A 0x6B 0x6C 0x6D 0x6E 0x6F 0x70 0x71 0x72 0x73 0x74 0x75 0x76 0x77 0x78 0x79 0x7A 0x7B 0x7C 0x7D 0x7E 0x7F 0x80 0x81 0x82 0x83 0x84 CON_PLATFORM SAVE_MEMORY_CONFIG ACPI_SUPPORT
CON_SPLITTER_UGA_VGA / CON_SPLITTER VGA_CLASS DATA_HUB DISK_IO MEMORY_TEST CRISIS_RECOVERY LEGACY_8259 LEGACY_REGION LEGACY_INTERRUPT BIOS_KEYBOARD BIOS_VEDIO MONITER_KEY LEGACY_BIOS LEGACY_BIOS_PLATFORM PCI_PLATFORM ISA_FLOOPY PS2_MOUSE USB_BOT USB_CBI0 USB_CBI1 USB_KB USB_MASS_STORAGE BUS_PCI_UHCI USB_MOUSE USB_BUS SETUP_UTILITY FW_BLOCK_SERVICE USB_LEGACY_PLATFORM GRAPHICS_CONSOLE TERMINAL DATA_HUB_STD_ERR FAT PARTITION ENGLISH FRENCH HII_DATABASE SETUP_BROWSER OEM_SETUP_BROWSER OEM_BADGING_SUPPORT LEGACY_MOUSE
Code 0x85 0x86 0x87 0x88 0x89 0x8A 0x8B 0x8C 0x8D 0x8E 0x8F 0x90 0x91 0x92 0x93 0x94~0x9F 0xA0 0xA1 0xA2 0xA3 0xA4 0xA5 0xA6 0xA7 0xA8 0xA9 0xAA 0xAB 0xAC 0xAD 0xAE 0xAF 0xB0 0xB1 BIOS_SNP16 BUS_PCI_UNDI SETUP_MOUSE OEM_SETTING MONITOR_KEY PLATFORM_BDS FAULT_TOLERANT_WRITE UPDATE_DISPATCHER CHINESE TPM_S3_Resume USB_EHCI SNP_32_64 DXE_0x91 PXE_BC PXE_DHCP4 EBC RESERVED DXE_H2O_DEBUG_IO DXE_H2O_DEBUG_IO DXE_TPM_TCG DXE_TPM_PHYSICAL_PRESENCE DXE_OEM_SERVICE DXE_EVENT_LOG
DXE_ SECURITY_HDD_PASSWORD_SERVICE DXE_LAN_ASF_INIT DXE_BUS_PCI_SERIAL DXE_LAN_IDER_CONTROLLER DXE_LAN_AMT DXE_ SECURITY_SYSTEM_PASSWORD_SERVICE DXE_ SECURITY_ PASSWORD_CONSOLE DXE_ DATA_HUB_RECORD_POLICY DXE_TPM_DRIVER RESERVED JAPANESE DXE_UNICODE_COLLACTION
Each SmmDriver entry point used in 80_PORT
Code 0xC0 0xC2 0xC1 0xC3 0xC4 0xC5 0xC6 0xC7 0xC8 0xC9 0xCA 0xCB 0xCC 0xCD 0xCE 0xCF 0xD0 0xD1 0xD2 0xD3 0xD4 0xD5 0xD6 0xD7 0xD8 0xD9 0xDA SMM_ACCESS SMM_CONTROL SMM_BASE SMMAP SMMCORE SMM_DISPATCH SMM_START SMM_RUNTIME SB_SMM_DISPATCH SMM_THUNK SMM_ACPI_SW_CHILD SMM_SB_S3_SAVE SMM_PLATFORM SMM_GMCH_MBI SMM_FW_BLOCK_SERVICE SMM_VARIABLE SMM_IHISI SMM_INT15_MICROCODE SMM_PNP SMM_USB_LEGACY SMM_INT13_HDD SMM_INIT_PPM SMM_OHCI1394 SMM_ SECURITY_HDD_PASSWORD_SERVICE SMM_OEM_SERVICE SMM_PPM SMM_DIGITAL_THERMAL_SENSOR Description
Item JLVDS1 JP14 JSPK1 JSPK2 JKB1 JTP1 U18 SW2 SW3
Description LCD Connector Power/B Connector Speaker(Left) Connector Speaker(Right) Connector Internal Keyboard Connector Touch Pad Connector South Bridge Touch pad (Left) Button Touch pad (Right) Button
ITEM PJP1 JRJ1 JCRT1 JP12 JUSB1 JUSB2 JMIC1 JHP1 JSATA2 U39 JCPU1 JREAD1 PJP2 JDIMM2 JDIMM1 JSATA1 JMINI2
DESCRIPTION AC-IN Connector RJ45 Connector CRT Connector Fan Connector USB Connector USB Connector MIC-In Jack Head-Phone Jack HDD Connector North Bridge CPU Socket Card Reader Socket Battery Connector Memory DIMM2 Connector Memory DIMM1 Connector ODD Connector Wireless Card Connector
ITEM U1 SW1 SW2 SW3 LED1 LED3 LED4 LED5 LED6 LED7
AcerPN 6M.PEF02.001 LK.15605.001 LK.15605.002 LK.15606.001 LK.15608.001 LK.1560D.001 60.PEE02.004
LCD BEZEL FOR W/CCD-AS
LCD CABLE FOR W/CCD F
LCD BRACKET R&L FOR LCD
CAMERA 0.3 INVERTER
Description ASSY LCD MODULE 15.6 IN. WXGA GLARE W/O CCD LCD AUO 15.6" WXGA Glare B156XW01-V0 LF 220nit 8ms CCFL LCD AUO 15.6"W WXGA Glare B156XW01 V0 1A LF 220nit 8ms 500:1 CCFL LCD SAMSUNG 15.6"W WXGA Glare LTN156AT01-A01 LF 220nit 8ms 600:1 CCFL LCD LPL 15.6" WXGA Glare LP156WH1-TLA1 LF 220nit 8ms 400:1 LCD CMO 15.6" WXGA Glare N156B3-L02 LF 220nit 8ms LCD COVER
AcerPN 6M.PEF02.002 LK.15605.001 LK.15605.002 LK.15606.001 LK.15608.001 LK.1560D.001 60.PEE02.004
ANTENNA-MAIN+MIMO LCD BEZEL FOR W/CCD-AS
INVERTER ASSY LCD MODULE 15.6 IN. WXGA GLARE W/ ANTENNA*2, W/O CCD LCD AUO 15.6" WXGA Glare B156XW01-V0 LF 220nit 8ms CCFL LCD AUO 15.6"W WXGA Glare B156XW01 V0 1A LF 220nit 8ms 500:1 CCFL LCD SAMSUNG 15.6"W WXGA Glare LTN156AT01-A01 LF 220nit 8ms 600:1 CCFL LCD LPL 15.6" WXGA Glare LP156WH1-TLA1 LF 220nit 8ms 400:1
19.N2802.001 6M.PEE02.001 LK.15605.001 LK.15605.002 LK.15606.001 LK.15608.001
Description LCD CMO 15.6" WXGA Glare N156B3-L02 LF 220nit 8ms LCD COVER
AcerPN LK.1560D.001 60.N2802.004
ANTENNA-MAIN+MIMO LCD BEZEL FOR W/O CCD AS
LED CABLE FOR W/O CCD F
CAMERA 0.3 ASSY LED MODULE 15.6 IN. WXGA GLARE W/ ANTENNA W/O CCD LCD AUO 15.6" WXGA Glare B156XW01-V0 LF 220nit 8ms CCFL LCD AUO 15.6"W WXGA Glare B156XW01 V0 1A LF 220nit 8ms 500:1 CCFL LCD SAMSUNG 15.6"W WXGA Glare LTN156AT01-A01 LF 220nit 8ms 600:1 CCFL LCD LPL 15.6" WXGA Glare LP156WH1-TLA1 LF 220nit 8ms 400:1 LCD CMO 15.6" WXGA Glare N156B3-L02 LF 220nit 8ms LCD COVER
Australia/New Zealand Australia/New Zealand Turkey
Model eME430102G16Mi eME430102G16Mi eME430102G16Mi eME430102G16Mi eME430102G16Mi eME430102G16Mi eME430102G16Mi eME430102G16Mi eME430102G16Mi eME430102G16Mi eME430102G16Mi eME430102G16Mi eME430102G16Mi eME430102G16Mi eME430102G16Mi eME430102G16Mi eME430102G16Mi
Country Middle East
eMachines Part No LX.N8802.037
Description eME430-102G16Mi EM W7HP64EMeTME2 UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/ CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES61 eME430-102G16Mi EM W7HP64EMeTDZ1 UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/ CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES81 eME430-102G16Mi EM W7HP64EMeTZA1 UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/ CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES81 eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTCS1 UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/ CB_bg_0.3D_HG_SL12 eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTLV1 UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/ CB_bg_0.3D_HG_LT11 eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTHU1 UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/ CB_bg_0.3D_HG_HU11 eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTLV1 UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/ CB_bg_0.3D_HG_RU22 eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTDE1 UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/ CB_bg_0.3D_HG_DE11 eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTGR1 UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/ CB_bg_0.3D_HG_EL31 eME430-102G16Mi EM W7HP64eTCS1 UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/ CB_bg_0.3D_HG_SL11 eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTNL1 UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/ CB_bg_0.3D_HG_NL11 eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTEU7 UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/ CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ENQ1 eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTES1 UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/ CB_bg_0.3D_HG_ES51 eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTIT1 UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/CB_bg_0.3D_HG_IT11 eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTEU5 UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/ CB_bg_0.3D_HG_PL71 eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTLU3 UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/ CB_bg_0.3D_HG_IT41 eME430-102G16Mi W7HP64eTPL1 UMACkk 1*2G/160/6L2.2/5R/ CB_bg_0.3D_HG_PL11
Serbia/ Macedonia Latvia
Serbia/ Macedonia Holland
Eastern Europe Spain
Italy Eastern Europe Luxembourg
Model eME430102G16Mi eME430102G16Mi eME430102G16Mi eME430102G16Mi eME430102G16Mi eME430102G16Mi eME430102G16Mi eME430102G16Mi eME430102G16Mi eME430102G16Mi eME430102G16Mi eME430102G16Mi eME430104G25Mi eME430102G25Mi eME430104G32Mi eME430102G32Mi eME430102G16Mi
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Country Kit FR1FR21 AU1ES61 AU1ES61 TR1TR31 FR1FR21 FR1FR21 ME2AR11 ME3ES81 ME4ES61 ME2AR21 ME6ES61 ME9ES81 TR1TR31 ZA2ES61 ME2ES61 DZ1ES81 ZA1ES81 CS1SL12 LV1LT11 HU1HU11 LV1RU22 DE1DE11 GR1EL31 CS1SL11 NL1NL11 EU7ENQ1 ES1ES51 IT1IT11 EU5PL71 LU3IT41 PL1PL11 AT1DE61 CH1IT41 DK2ENS1 EU5RO11 EU7SL11 IL1HE11 PT1PT11 BE1NL11 GB1EN11 CZ2SK11 CY1ES61
HDD 1(GB) N160GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N320GB5.4KS N320GB5.4KS N160GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N160GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N640GB5.4KS N160GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N160GB5.4KS N640GB5.4KS N640GB5.4KS N500GB5.4KS N640GB5.4KS N320GB5.4KS N640GB5.4KS N500GB5.4KS N320GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N160GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N320GB5.4KS N320GB5.4KS N500GB5.4KS
Country Code AEE AIB AIB ACA ACA ACR ACW ACD ATR ACF WW ACR AUK AUK AUK AUK WW ACA ACA ACA ACA ACA ACA ACA ACA ALA ALA ACR ALA ALA ALA ALA ALA ALA ALA ALA ALA ALA ALA ALA AEE AEE WW
Country Kit EU4SV21 ES1ES51 ES1ES51 AU1ES61 AU1ES61 RU1RU11 SE1FI12 DK2ENS1 TR1TR31 FR1FR21 WW1EN12 RU1RU11 GB1EN11 GB1EN11 GB1EN11 GB1EN11 WW1EN12 AU1ES61 AU1ES61 AU1ES61 AU1ES61 AU1ES61 AU1ES61 AU1ES61 AU1ES61 EA1ES51 MX2ES51 RU1RU11 CL3ES51 EA4EN31 EA3ES51 EA1ES51 XC3EN61 XC2XC21 CL3ES51 EA1ES51 EA4EN31 EA3ES51 XC3EN61 XC2XC21 LV1EN71 EU5ENF1 WW1EN12
HDD 1(GB) N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N250GB5.4KS N500GB5.4KS N500GB5.4KS N500GB5.4KS N500GB5.4KS
Country Code AME AME AME AME AME AME ATR AAF AME ACR AUA AME AAF AHU AEE ACG AIT AEE AEE AEE ACH AIB AEE ACH APL AIT ACF AEE ACV ASZ AEE ACD AIT AIB ACH AEE ACZ AIT AUK WW GCTWN GCTWN AUK
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