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Maintenance and Service Guide
HP Compaq nx6330 Notebook PC
Document Part Number: 416281-001

July 2006

This guide is a troubleshooting reference used for maintaining and servicing the computer. It provides comprehensive information on identifying computer features, components, and spare parts; troubleshooting computer problems; and performing computer disassembly procedures.
Copyright 2006 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. Microsoft and Windows are U.S. registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Intel and Core are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries. Bluetooth is a trademark owned by its proprietor and used by Hewlett-Packard Company under license. SD Logo is a trademark of its proprietor. AMD is a trademark of Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. HP shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein.
Maintenance and Service Guide HP Compaq nx6330 Notebook PC First Edition: July 2006 Document Part Number: 416281-001

Contents

1 Product Description
1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Features. 12 Resetting the Computer. 14 Power Management. 15 External Components. 16 Design Overview. 120

2 Troubleshooting

2.1 Computer Setup. 21 Computer Setup Defaults. 23 Computer Setup Menus. 24 2.2 Troubleshooting Flowcharts. 210
3 Illustrated Parts Catalog
3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 Serial Number Location. 31 Computer Major Components. 32 Plastics Kit. 312 Cable Kit. 313 Mass Storage Devices. 314 Miscellaneous (Not Illustrated). 316 Sequential Part Number Listing. 318
4 Removal and Replacement Preliminaries
4.1 Tools Required. 4.2 Service Considerations. Plastic Parts. Cables and Connectors. 4.3 Preventing Damage to Removable Drives. 4.4 Preventing Electrostatic Damage. 4.5 Packaging and Transporting Precautions. 4.6 Workstation Precautions. 4.7 Grounding Equipment and Methods. 47
5 Removal and Replacement Procedures
5.1 Serial Number. 52 5.2 Disassembly Sequence Chart. 53 5.3 Preparing the Computer for Disassembly. 54 5.4 Hard Drive. 56 5.5 Computer Feet. 510 5.6 Bluetooth Module. 511 5.7 External Memory Module. 513 5.8 Optical Drive. 516 5.9 Switch Cover. 519 5.10 Keyboard. 522 5.11 Fan. 525 5.12 Heat Sink. 526 5.13 Processor. 529 5.14 Internal Memory Module. 531 5.15 Mini Card WLAN Module. 533 5.16 Display Assembly. 536 5.17 Top Cover. 540 5.18 PC Card Assembly. 544 5.19 Modem Module. 546 5.20 Speaker. 548 5.21 USB Board. 550 5.22 RTC Battery. 553 5.23 System Board. 555
6 Specifications A Screw Listing
B Backup and Recovery C Display Component Recycling D Connector Pin Assignments E Power Cord Set Requirements Index

Product Description

The HP Compaq nx6330 Notebook PC offers advanced modularity, Intel Core Duo processors, and extensive multimedia support.

1.1 Features

The following processors are available, varying by computer model: Intel Core Duo T2700 (2.33-GHz) Intel Core Duo T2600 (2.16-GHz) Intel Core Duo T2500 (2.00-GHz) Intel Core Duo T2400 (1.83-GHz) Intel Core Duo T1400 (1.83-GHz) Intel Core Duo T2300E (1.66-GHz) Intel Core Duo T2300 (1.66-GHz) Intel Core Duo T1300 (1.66-GHz) 14.1-inch, WXGA+, TFT and 14.1-inch, WXGA, TFT(1400 1050) with over 16.8 million colors, varying by computer model

1.3 Power Management

The computer comes with power management features that extend battery operating time and conserve power. The computer supports the following power management features:
Standby Hibernation Setting customization by the user Hotkeys for setting the level of performance Battery calibration Lid switch standby/resume Power button Advanced Configuration and Power Management (ACPM) compliance

1.4 External Components

The external components on the front of the computer are shown below and described in Table 1-1.

Front Components

Table 1-1 Front Components
Item 1 Component Wireless light Function On: An integrated wireless device, such as a wireless local area network (LAN) device and/or a Bluetooth device, is turned on. On: The computer is on. Blinking: The computer is in standby. Blinking rapidly: An AC adapter with a higher power rating should be connected. Off: The computer is off or in hibernation.

Power light

Table 1-1 Front Components (Continued)
Item 3 Component Battery light Function Amber: A battery is charging. Green: A battery is close to full charge capacity. Blinking amber: A battery that is the only available power source has reached a low-battery condition. When the battery reaches a critical low battery condition, the battery light begins blinking rapidly. Off: If the computer is plugged into an external power source, the light is turned off when all batteries in the computer are fully charged. If the computer is not plugged into an external power source, the light stays off until the battery reaches a low-battery condition. Blinking: The hard drive or optical drive is being accessed. Amber: HP Mobile Data Protection has temporarily parked the internal hard drive. Opens the computer. Supports Secure Digital (SD) Memory Cards. Produce computer sound.

Drive light

Display release latch Digital Media Slot Stereo speakers (2)
The external components on the left side of the computer are shown below and described in Table 1-2.

Left-Side Components

Table 1-2 Left-Side Components
Item 1 Component S-Video-out jack Function Connects an optional S-Video device such as a television, VCR, camcorder, overhead projector, or video capture card. Enables airflow to cool internal components.

Exhaust vent

To prevent overheating, do not obstruct vents. Use the computer only on a hard, flat surface. Do not allow another hard surface, such as an adjoining optional printer, or a soft surface, such as pillows or thick rugs or clothing, to block airflow.

fan starts up The computerto cool internal automatically components and prevent overheating. It is normal for the internal fan to cycle on and off during routine operation. USB ports (2) PC Card slot Connect an optional USB device. Supports optional Type I, Type II, or Type III 32-bit (CardBus) or 16-bit PC Cards.
The external components on the right side of the computer are shown below and described in Table 1-3.

Right-Side Components

Table 1-3 Right-Side Components
Item Component USB port Optical drive Internal microphone Audio-in (microphone) jack Audio-out (headphone) jack Function Connects an optional USB device. Reads an optical disc. Records sound. Connects an optional computer headset microphone, stereo array microphone, or monaural microphone. Produces computer sound when connected to optional powered stereo speakers, headphones, ear buds, a headset, or television audio. Connects a modem cable.

RJ-11 (modem) jack

The external components on the rear panel of the computer are shown below and described in Table 1-4.

Rear Panel Components

Table 1-4 Rear Panel Components
Item 1 Component Security cable slot Function Attaches an optional security cable to the computer.
Battery bay Smart adapter power connector External monitor port RJ-45 (network) jack
The security cable is designed to act as a deterrent, but it may not prevent the computer from being mishandled or stolen.
Holds the battery. Connects an AC adapter. Connects an optional VGA monitor or projector. Connects a network cable.
The standard keyboard components of the computer are shown below and described in Table 1-5.
Standard Keyboard Components
Table 1-5 Standard Keyboard Components
Item 1 Component f1 to f12 keys (12) Function Execute frequently used system functions when pressed in combination with the fn key. Enables caps lock and turns on the caps lock light. Executes frequently used system functions when pressed in combination with a function key or the esc key. Displays the Microsoft Windows Start menu. Displays a shortcut menu for items beneath the pointer. Move the cursor around the screen. Can be used like the keys on an external numeric keypad. Enables numeric lock, turns on the embedded numeric keypad, and turns on the num lock light.

caps lock key fn key

Windows logo key Windows applications key Arrow keys Embedded numeric keypad keys (15) num lock key

DriveLock passwords

Table 2-2 Security Menu (Continued)
Select System IDs Disk Sanitizer To Do This Enter user-defined computer asset and ownership tag. Run Disk Sanitizer to destroy all existing data on the primary hard drive. The following options are available:
Fast: Runs the Disk Sanitizer erase cycle once. Optimum: Runs the Disk Sanitizer erase cycle 3 times.
Allows you to select the desired Custom:of Disk Sanitizer erase cycles from number a list.
If you run Disk Sanitizer, the data on the primary hard drive is destroyed permanently.
Table 2-3 Diagnostics Menu
Select Memory Check Hard Drive Self-Test options To Do This Run a comprehensive check on system memory. Run a comprehensive self-test on any hard drive in the system or on any optional MultiBay hard drive.
Table 2-4 System Configuration Menu
Select Language (or press f2). Boot options To Do This Change the Computer Setup language. Set f9, f10, and f12 delay when starting up. Enable/disable CD-ROM boot. Enable/disable Floppy boot. Enable/disable internal network adapter boot and set the boot mode (PXE or RPL). Enable/disable MultiBoot, which sets a boot order that can include most boot devices in the system. Set the boot order.
Table 2-4 System Configuration Menu (Continued)
Select Device configurations To Do This Swap the functions of the fn key and left ctrl key. Enable/disable USB legacy support. When enabled, USB legacy support allows a USB keyboard, mouse, and hub to work in Computer Setup even when a Microsoft Windows operating system is not loaded. The computer to start from bootable USB devices, including a hard drive, diskette drive diskette, or optical drive connected by a USB port to the computer or to an optional docking device (select models only). Automatic/disable Intel SpeedStep Technology. Select a parallel port mode: EPP (Enhanced Parallel Port), standard, bidirectional, or ECP (Enhanced Capabilities Port). Enable/disable BIOS DMA data transfers (select models only). Enable/disable the system fan when connected to an AC outlet. Enable/disable Intel or AMD PSAE Execution Disable. When enabled, the processor can disable some virus code execution, which helps to improve computer security.

OS not loading from hard drive.

Nonsystem disk message?

Flowchart 2.11No OS Loading, Hard Drive, Part 2.
Reseat external hard drive.

OS loading? Done

Boot from CD?
Check the Setup utility for correct booting order.

Boot from diskette?

Flowchart 2.13No OS Loading, Diskette Drive.
Change boot priority through the Setup Utility and reboot.

Boot from hard drive?

Boot from hard drive? Go to
Flowchart 2.11No OS Loading, Hard Drive, Part 2
Flowchart 2.10No OS Loading, Hard Drive, Part 1.

Reseat hard drive.

1. Replace hard drive. 2. Replace system board.

CD or diskette in drive?

Hard drive accessible? Done
Remove diskette and reboot.

Run FDISK.

Boot from hard drive? Done Hard drive partitioned?
Boot from diskette drive? Go to

Hard drive formatted?

Create partition, and then format hard drive to bootable C:\ prompt.
Format hard drive and bring to a bootable C:\ prompt.

Hard drive accessible?

Computer booted? Done
Flowchart 2.12No OS Loading, Hard Drive, Part 3.
Load OS using Operating System disc (if applicable).
Flowchart 2.12No OS Loading, Hard Drive, Part 3
System files on hard drive? Install OS and reboot.
Virus on hard drive? Clean virus. OS loading from hard drive?
Run SCANDISK and check for bad sectors.
Diagnostics on diskette? Replace hard drive.
Can bad sectors be fixed? Replace hard drive. Run diagnostics and follow recommendations.
Fix bad sectors. Boot from hard drive? Replace hard drive.
Flowchart 2.13No OS Loading, Diskette Drive
OS not loading from diskette drive. Reseat diskette drive. OS loading? Done
Nonsystem disk message? Bootable diskette in drive?
Install bootable diskette and reboot computer.
Boot from another device? Go to
Check diskette for system files. Try different diskette.
Diskette drive enabled in the Setup Utility? Enable drive and cold boot computer.

Nonsystem disk error?

1. Replace diskette drive. 2. Replace system board.
Is diskette drive boot order correct? Reset the computer. Refer to
Section 1.2, Resetting the Computer, for

OS loading?

instructions.
Change boot priority using the Setup Utility.
Flowchart 2.14No OS Loading, Optical Drive
No OS loading from CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive.
Disc in drive? Bootable disc in drive?

Install bootable disc.

Try another bootable disc.
Install bootable disc and reboot computer.
Boots from CD or DVD? Done

Table 3-1 Spare Parts: Computer Major Components
Item 1 Description Spare Part Number
Display assemblies (include wireless antenna transceivers and cables) 14.1-inch, WXGA+, TFT 14.1-inch, WXGA, TFT 431307-001 431306-001 431308-001 431305-001
Switch cover LED board (includes LED board cable) Keyboards Korea Taiwan Plastics Kit 431322-AD1 431322-AB1 Thailand The United States
431322-281 431322-001 431319-001

5a 5b 5c 5d 5e

Includes: RTC battery PC Card bezel Hard drive cover (includes 2 captive screws, secured by C-clips) Memory module compartment cover (includes 1 captive screw, secured by a C-clip) Bluetooth module cover (includes 1 captive screw, secured by a C-clip) Not illustrated: Computer feet Base enclosure rubber screw covers Display bezel rubber screw covers Top cover (includes TouchPad, bracket, and cable) Fan 431309-001 431312-001
Table 3-1 Spare Parts: Computer Major Components (Continued)
Item 8 Description Mini Card module 802.11a/b/g Intel Mini Card WLAN module for use in the countries listed below. These countries are categorized as most of the world 1 (MOW 1). Antigua & Barbuda Argentina Australia Bahamas Barbados Brunei Canada Chile Dominican Republic Guam Guatemala Hong Kong Panama India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico New Zealand 407575-001 Spare Part Number
Paraguay Saudi Arabia Taiwan The United States Vietnam 407575-002
802.11a/b/g Intel Mini Card WLAN module for use in the countries listed below. These countries are categorized as most of the world 2 (MOW 2). Aruba Austria Azerbaijan Bahrain Belgium Bermuda Bulgaria Cayman Islands Columbia Croatia Cyprus The Czech Republic Denmark Egypt El Salvador Estonia Finland France Georgia Germany Greece Hungary Iceland Ireland Italy Latvia Lebanon The Philippines Poland Portugal Romania Russia Serbia and Montenegro Singapore Slovakia Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Malta Monaco
The Netherlands Norway Oman Slovenia South Africa Spain Sri Lanka Sweden Switzerland Turkey The United Kingdom Uzbekistan
Item 8 Description Mini Card module (Continued) 802.11a/b/g Intel Mini Card WLAN module for use in the countries listed below. These countries are categorized as the rest of the world ROW. China Ecuador Haiti Honduras Pakistan Peru Qatar South Korea 407575-003 Spare Part Number

Spare Part Number 431315-001 431316-001 431317-001 431318-001 431319-001 431320-001 431321-001 431322-001 431322-281 431322-AB1 431322-AD1 431323-001 Description Intel Core Duo T2700 (2.33-GHz) processor DVDRW and CD-RW double-layer Combo Drive DVDRW and CD-RW double-layer Combo Drive with LightScribe Cable Kit Plastics Kit Screw Kit Speaker Keyboard for use in the United States Keyboard for use in Thailand Keyboard for use in Taiwan Keyboard for use in Korea DVD/CD-RW Combo Drive
Removal and Replacement Preliminaries
This chapter provides essential information for proper and safe removal and replacement service.

4.1 Tools Required

You will need the following tools to complete the removal and replacement procedures: Magnetic screwdriver Phillips P0 screwdriver Torx8 screwdriver 5.0-mm socket for system board screw locks Flat-bladed screwdriver
4.2 Service Considerations
The following sections include some of the considerations that you should keep in mind during disassembly and assembly procedures.
As you remove each subassembly from the computer, place the subassembly (and all accompanying screws) away from
the work area to prevent damage.

Plastic Parts

Using excessive force during disassembly and reassembly can damage plastic parts. Use care when handling the plastic parts. Apply pressure only at the points designated in the maintenance instructions.

Cables and Connectors

CAUTION: When servicing the computer, be sure that cables are placed in their proper locations during the reassembly process. Improper cable placement can damage the computer.
Cables must be handled with extreme care to avoid damage. Apply only the tension required to unseat or seat the cables during removal and insertion. Handle cables by the connector whenever possible. In all cases, avoid bending, twisting, or tearing cables. Be sure that cables are routed in such a way that they cannot be caught or snagged by parts being removed or replaced. Handle flex cables with extreme care; these cables tear easily.
4.3 Preventing Damage to Removable Drives
Removable drives are fragile components that must be handled with care. To prevent damage to the computer, damage to a removable drive, or loss of information, observe the following precautions: Before removing or inserting a hard drive, shut down the computer. If you are unsure whether the computer is off or in hibernation, turn the computer on, and then shut it down through the operating system. Before removing a diskette drive or optical drive, be sure that a diskette or disc is not in the drive and be sure that the optical drive tray is closed. Before handling a drive, be sure that you are discharged of static electricity. While handling a drive, avoid touching the connector. Handle drives on surfaces covered with at least one inch of shock-proof foam. Avoid dropping drives from any height onto any surface. After removing a hard drive, an optical drive, or a diskette drive, place it in a static-proof bag. Avoid exposing a hard drive to products that have magnetic fields, such as monitors or speakers. Avoid exposing a drive to temperature extremes or liquids. If a drive must be mailed, place the drive in a bubble pack mailer or other suitable form of protective packaging and label the package FRAGILE: Handle With Care.

Table 4-1 shows how humidity affects the electrostatic voltage levels generated by different activities.
Table 4-1 Typical Electrostatic Voltage Levels
Relative Humidity Event Walking across carpet Walking across vinyl floor Motions of bench worker Removing DIPS from plastic tube Removing DIPS from vinyl tray Removing DIPS from Styrofoam Removing bubble pack from PCB Packing PCBs in foam-lined box 10% 35,000 V 12,000 V 6,000 V 2,000 V 11,500 V 14,500 V 26,500 V 21,000 V 40% 15,000 V 5,000 V 800 V 700 V 4,000 V 5,000 V 20,000 V 11,000 V 55% 7,500 V 3,000 V 400 V 400 V 2,000 V 3,500 V 7,000 V 5,000 V
A product can be degraded by as little as 700 V.
Table 4-2 lists the shielding protection provided by antistatic bags and floor mats.
Table 4-2 Static-Shielding Materials
Material Antistatic plastic Carbon-loaded plastic Metallized laminate Use Bags Floor mats Floor mats Voltage Protection Level 1,500 V 7,500 V 5,000 V
Removal and Replacement Procedures
This chapter provides removal and replacement procedures. There are as many as 64 screws and screw locks, in 11 different sizes, that must be removed, replaced, or loosened when servicing the computer. Make special note of each screw and screw lock size and location during removal and replacement. Refer to Appendix A, Screw Listing for detailed information on screw and screw lock sizes, locations, and usage.

5.1 Serial Number

Report the computer serial number to HP when requesting information or ordering spare parts. The serial number is located on the bottom of the computer.
5.2 Disassembly Sequence Chart
Use the chart below to determine the section number to be referenced when removing computer components.
Disassembly Sequence Chart

Section

Description
Preparing the Computer for Disassembly Battery

# of Screws Removed

loosened to remove the hard drive cover 1 loosened to remove the hard drive 4 to remove the hard drive frame loosened to remove the Bluetooth module cover 1 loosened to remove the memory module compartment cover 1 to remove the optical drive 2 to remove the optical drive bracket 7 loosened 1 loosened

802.11b/g Mini Card WLAN module for use in the following countries: Israel Jordan Kuwait Thailand United Arab Emirates
4. Make note of which antenna cable is attached to which antenna clip on the Mini Card WLAN module before disconnecting the cables, then disconnect the auxiliary and main antenna cables 1 from the module. 5. Remove the two Phillips PM2.54.0 screws 2 that secure the Mini Card WLAN module to the computer. 6. Remove the Mini Card WLAN module 3 by pulling the module from the socket at an angle. modules Mini Card WLANinstallation.are designed with a notch 4 to prevent incorrect
Removing a Mini Card WLAN Module
Reverse the above procedure to install a Mini Card WLAN module.

5.16 Display Assembly

Display Assembly Spare Part Number Information
14.1-inch, WXGA+, TFT 14.1-inch, WXGA, TFT 431307-001 431306-001
1. Prepare the computer for disassembly (Section 5.3). 2. Remove the switch cover (Section 5.9). 3. Remove the keyboard (Section 5.10). 4. Disconnect the wireless antenna cables from the Mini Card WLAN module (Section 5.15).
5. Position the computer with the rear panel toward you. 6. Remove the four Torx8 T8M2.58.0 screws that secure the display assembly to the computer.
Removing the Display Assembly Screws
7. Position the computer with the front toward you. 8. Open the computer as far as possible. 9. Disconnect the display cable 1 from the system board. 10. Remove the wireless antenna cables 2 from the clips in the top cover.
Disconnecting the Display Cables
CAUTION: Support the display assembly when removing the following screws. Failure to support the display assembly can result in damage to the display assembly and other computer components.
11. Remove the two Torx8 T8M2.58.0 screws 1 that secure the display assembly to the computer. 12. Release the display cable ground loop 2 from the left display hinge. 13. Lift the display assembly 3 straight up and remove it.
Removing the Display Assembly
Reverse the above procedure to reassemble and install the display assembly.

5.17 Top Cover

Top Cover Spare Part Number Information
Top cover (includes TouchPad, bracket, and cable) 431309-001
1. Prepare the computer for disassembly (Section 5.3), and then remove the following components: a. Hard drive (Section 5.4) b. Optical drive (Section 5.8) c. Switch cover (Section 5.9) d. Keyboard (Section 5.10) e. Display assembly (Section 5.16) 2. Turn the computer upside down with the front toward you.

Head Width 5.5 mm

Color Silver

Qty. 1

Length 13.0 mm

Thread 2.5 mm

Where used: One screw that secures the hard drive to the computer (screw is captured on the hard drive frame by a C-clip; documented in Section 5.4)
Phillips PM2.513.0 Spring-loaded Hard Drive Retention Screw Screw Location
Table A-3 Phillips PM3.04.0 Screw
Color Silver Qty. 4 Length 4.0 mm Thread 3.0 mm Head Width 4.5 mm
Where used: 4 screws that secure the hard drive frame to the hard drive (documented in Section 5.4)
Phillips PM3.04.0 Screw Locations
Table A-4 Torx8 T8M2.58.0 Screw

Head Width 5.0 mm

Qty. 17

Length 8.0 mm

Where used: One screw that secures the optical drive to the computer (documented in Section 5.8)
Torx8 T8M2.58.0 Screw Location
Table A-4 Torx8 T8M2.58.0 Screw (Continued)
Where used: 4 screws that secure the display assembly to the computer (documented in Section 5.16)
Torx8 T8M2.58.0 Screw Locations
Where used: 2 screws that secure the display assembly to the computer (documented in Section 5.16)
Where used: 8 screws that secure the top cover to the computer (documented in Section 5.17)
Where used: 2 screws that secure the top cover to the computer (documented in Section 5.17)
Table A-5 Phillips PM2.54.0 Screw

Qty. 19

Length 4.0 mm
Where used: 2 screws that secure the switch cover to the computer to the computer (documented in Section 5.9)
Phillips PM2.54.0 Screw Locations
Table A-5 Phillips PM2.54.0 Screw (Continued)
Where used: 5 screws that secure the LED board to the switch cover (documented in Section 5.9)
Where used: 4 screws that secure the keyboard to the computer (documented in Section 5.10)
Where used: 2 screws that secure the Mini Card WLAN to the computer (documented in Section 5.10)
Where used: 3 screws that secure the PC Card assembly to the computer (documented in Section 5.18)
Where used: 2 screws that secure the modem module to the PC Card assembly (documented in Section 5.19)
Where used: One screw that secures the USB board to the computer (documented in Section 5.21)

Phillips PM2.54.0 Screw Location
Table A-6 Torx8 T8M2.56.0 Screw

Qty. 6

Length 6.0 mm
Where used: 2 screws that secure the fan to the computer (documented in Section 5.11)
Torx8 T8M2.56.0 Screw Locations
Table A-6 Torx8 T8M2.56.0 Screw (Continued)
Where used: 2 screws that secure the speaker to the computer (documented in Section 5.20)
Where used: 2 screws that secure the system board to the computer (documented in Section 5.23)
Table A-7 Torx8 T8M2.011.0 Screw

Length 11.0 mm

Where used: 4 screws that secure the heat sink to the computer (documented in Section 5.12)
Torx8 T8M2.011.0 Screw Locations
Table A-8 Phillips PM2.08.0 Screw

Qty. 3

Where used: 3 screws that secure the heat sink to the computer (documented in Section 5.12)
Phillips PM2.08.0 Screw Locations
Table A-9 Phillips PM2.03.0 Screw

Qty. 2

Length 3.0 mm
Where used: 2 screws that secure the optical drive bracket to the to the optical drive bracket (documented in Section 5.8)
Phillips PM2.03.0 Screw Locations
Table A-10 Torx8 T8M2.59.0 Screw

Length 9.0 mm

Where used: One screw that secures the top cover to the computer (documented in Section 5.17)
Torx8 T8M2.59.0 Screw Location
Table A-11 Hex Socket HM5.09.0 Screw Lock

Thread 5.0 mm

Where used: 2 screw locks that secure the system board to the computer (documented in Section 5.23)
Hex Socket HM5.09.0 Screw Lock Locations

Backup and Recovery

Backup
HP Backup and Recovery Manager provides several ways to back up the system and to recover optimal system functionality. and applications can HP installed drivers, utilities,Backup and Recoverybe copied to a CD or to a DVD using HP Manager.
Formatted DVDRW discs and DVDRW double-layer discs are not compatible with HP Backup and Recovery Manager. The computer must be connected to external power before you perform backup and recovery procedures.

Safeguarding Your Data

To safeguard your documents, store personal files in the My Documents folder and periodically create a backup copy of the folder.

Backing Up the System

Using HP Backup and Restore Manager, you can

Back up specific files and folders. Back up the entire system. Back up modifications since your last backup, using HP system restore points. Schedule backups.
Backing Up Specific Files or Folders
You can back up specific files or folders to the hard drive, to an optional external hard drive, or to discs. process will several minutes, Thisand the speedtakethe computer. depending on the file size of To back up specific files or folders: 1. Select Start > All Programs > HP Backup & Recovery > HP Backup and Recovery Manager. 2. Click Next. 3. Click Back up to protect system settings and important data files, and then click Next. 4. Click Back up individual files and folders, and then click Next. The Backup Wizard opens. 5. Click Next. 6. Click Backup selected files from most common locations (Recommended). or Click Advanced Backup (Experienced users) to access advanced filtering techniques. 7. Click Next. 8. Follow the on-screen instructions.
Backing Up the Entire Hard Drive
When you perform a complete backup of the hard drive, you are saving the full factory image, including the Windows operating system, software applications, and all personal files and folders. drive image can be A copy of the entire harddrive, or on recoverystored on another hard drive, on a network discs that you create. depending on your This process may take over an hour,data being stored. computer speed and the amount of To back up your entire hard drive: 1. Select Start > All Programs > HP Backup & Recovery > HP Backup and Recovery Manager. 2. Click Next. 3. Click Back up to protect system settings and important data files, and then click Next. 4. Click Back up entire hard drive, and then click Next. The Back up entire hard disk page opens. 5. Click Next. 6. Select the location for the backup files, and then click Next. 7. Select the Protect data access with password check box, and type your password in the Password and Confirm boxes. you do not want to password-protect This step is optional. Ifthe Protect data access with password your data access, clear check box. 8. Click Next. 9. Follow the on-screen instructions.
Backing Up Modifications Made to the System
When you back up modifications since your last backup, you are creating system recovery points. This allows you to save a snapshot of your hard drive at a specific point in time. You can then recover back to that point if you want to reverse subsequent changes made to your system. recovery point, snapshot of the The first system created the firstatime you performentire image, is automatically a backup.
Subsequent recovery points make a copy of changes made after that time. HP recommends that you create recovery points
Before you add or extensively modify software or hardware. Periodically, whenever the system is performing optimally.

PC Card bezel, illustrated 312 PC Card slot 19 plastic parts 42 Plastics Kit contents 312 spare part number 33, 312, 322 pointing device, troubleshooting 229 power button 114 power connector 111 power cord set requirements E2 spare part numbers 317, 318 power light 16 power management features 15 power, troubleshooting 212 presentation button 115 processor removal 529 spare part numbers 37, 320, 321, 322, 529
rear components 18 removal/replacement preliminaries 41 procedures 51 right-side components 110 RJ-11 jack location 110 pin assignments D5
packing precautions 45 password clearing 14 PC Card assembly removal 544 spare part number 39, 321, 544

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RJ-45 jack location 111 pin assignments D6 RTC battery illustrated 312 removal 553
Screw Kit contents A1 spare part numbers 317, 322, A1 screw listing A1 security cable slot 111 serial number 31, 52 serial port module, spare part number 320 service considerations 42 speaker location 17 removal 548 spare part number 39, 322, 548 specifications battery pack 67 computer 61 display 63, 64 DVD/CD-RW Combo Drive 68 DVDRW and CD-RW Combo Drive 610 DVD-ROM drive 612 hard drive 65, 66 I/O addresses 616 interrupts 614 memory map 619
optical drive 68, 610, 612 system DMA 613 static shielding materials 48 stringent security 14 S-Video-out jack location 19 pin assignments D3 switch cover removal 519 spare part number 33, 321, 519 system board removal 555 spare part numbers 39, 321, 555 system DMA 613 system memory map 619
Thermal Grease Kit, spare part number 37, 320, 526, 529 thermal pad, replacement 528 thermal paste, replacement 528 tools required 41 top components 114, 116 top cover removal 540 spare part number 33, 321, 540 TouchPad buttons 117 TouchPad cable, disconnection 543 TouchPad scroll zone 117

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TouchPad, location 117 transporting precautions 45 travel battery, spare part number 316, 318 troubleshooting audio 225 docking device 218 flowcharts 210 keyboard 228 modem 230 network 230 nonfunctioning device 218, 227 OS loading 219 overview 21 pointing device 229 power 212 video 216
Windows applications key 113 Windows logo key 113 wireless button 115 wireless light 16, 115 workstation precautions 46
Universal Serial Bus (USB) port location 19, 110 pin assignments D2 unknown password 14 USB board removal 550 spare part number 39, 321, 550
vents 119 video troubleshooting 216 volume buttons 115

 

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