Compaq Armada E500 Manual
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Compaq Armada E500, Armada E500S, and Armada V300 Series of Personal Computers
Maintenance and Service Guide
9/15/00, 1:32 PM
2000 Compaq Computer Corporation.
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MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE GUIDE
Compaq Armada E500, E500S, and Armada V300 Series of Personal Computers
Sixth Edition (October 2000) First Edition (November 1999) Published in the U.S.A., U.K., Singapore, and Taiwan. Documentation Part Number 128679-006 Spare Part Number 162812-001
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USING THIS GUIDE
Symbols... ix Technician Notes... x Serial Number... x Locating Additional Information... x chapter1
1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 chapter2 Models and Features..1-1 Intelligent Manageability..1-15 Computer External Components..1-19 Design Overview...1-30
2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 chapter3 Preliminary Steps...2-2 Clearing Passwords...2-3 Power-On Self-Test (POST)..2-4 POST Error Messages..2-4 Compaq Utilities...2-9 Troubleshooting Without Diagnostics.2-17
ILLUSTRATED PARTS CATALOG
3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 Serial Number Location..3-1 Computer System Major Components..3-2 Miscellaneous Plastics Kit Components..3-12 Mass Storage Devices...3-13 Miscellaneous...3-14
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REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT PRELIMINARIES
4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 chapter5 Tools Required... 4-1 Service Considerations... 4-1 Preventing Damage to Removable Drives. 4-2 Preventing Electrostatic Damage.. 4-3 Packaging and Transporting Precautions.. 4-4 Workstation Precautions... 4-4 Grounding Equipment and Methods.. 4-5
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT PROCEDURES
5.1 Serial Number... 5-1 5.2 Disassembly Reference Chart.. 5-2 5.3 Preparing the Computer for Disassembly.. 5-2 5.4 Computer Feet... 5-3 5.5 Mini PCI Slot... 5-4 5.6 Touch Button... 5-6 5.7 Keyboard.... 5-8 5.8 Memory.... 5-12 5.9 Display Assembly... 5-15 5.10 Real Time Clock (RTC) Battery.. 5-21 5.11 LED Board... 5-22 5.12 Top Cover.. 5-23 5.13 Front Shield... 5-27 5.14 Diskette Drive (Armada V300 only). 5-29 5.15 System Board... 5-30 5.16 Voltage Converter Board.. 5-34 5.17 Fan... 5-36 chapter 6
No interrupts from Timer 0 ROM at xxxx (LENGTH yyyy) with nonzero checksum (zz) Time/Date corrupt run SCU
Check the external adapter (such as a video card) to determine if it is causing the conflict.
The time and 1. Run Computer Setup date stored in the (Section 2.5). real time clock 2. If problem persists, (RTC) have been replace RTC battery. corrupted, 3. If problems persists, possibly by a replace system board. power loss. 1. Run ScanDisk. 2. Check disk in DOS and Windows 95.
Hard disk xx failure (or A failure or an error) error occurred when trying to access the hard drive.
Fatal errors emit a beep and may display a FATAL message. Fatal errors indicate severe problems, such as a hardware failure. Fatal errors do not allow the system to resume. Some of the Fatal error beep codes are listed at the end of this section.
Table 2-2 Fatal Error Messages
CMOS RAM test failed
A walking bit test of CMOS RAM location 0E (Hex) - 3F (Hex) failed. A sequential read/write of the transfer count and transfer address registers within the primary and secondary DMA controllers failed. A walking bit read/write of the 16 DMA controller page registers starting at location 80 Hex failed. A continuous read/write test of port 61h found that bit 4 (Refresh Detect) failed to toggle within an allotted amount of time.
DMA controller faulty
Faulty DMA page registers
Faulty refresh circuits
Interrupt controller failed A sequential read/write of various Interrupt Controller registers failed. ROM checksum incorrect A checksum of the ROM BIOS does not match the byte value at F000:FFFF. RAM error occurred during memory test.
RAM error at location xxxx
*Beep codes are defined in Table 2-3.
Table 2-3 Fatal Error Beep Codes
The DMA page registers are faulty. The refresh circuitry is faulty. The ROM checksum is incorrect. The CMOS RAM test failed. The DMA controller is faulty. The interrupt controller failed. The keyboard controller failed. Graphics adapter is faulty. Internal RAM is faulty.
Replace system board.
S-S-S-P-L-S-S-P S-S-S-P-L-S-L-P S-S-S-P-L-L-S-P S-S-S-P-L-L-L-P S-S-L-P-S-S-S-P S-S-L-P-S-S-L-P
Replace memory board or system board if memory on system board is faulty.
NOTE: S = Short, L = Long, P = Pause
2.5 Compaq Utilities
Compaq Utilities contain several functions that:
Determine if various computer devices are recognized by the system and are operating properly Provide information about the system once it is configured.
Compaq Utilities include the following programs:
s View specification information
about the processor, memory and cache size, and ROM date and family Save to floppy Restore from floppy Save system configuration to a diskette Restore system configuration from a diskette. (The diskette contains your personal configuration, so you should restore from the diskette before using the Quick Restore CD-ROM.) Replace configuration settings in Computer Setup with factory default settings. (Identification information is retained.) Cancel changes entered during the current Computer Setup session, then exit and restart the computer Save changes, then exit and restart the computer
Ignore changes and exit
Save changes and exit
Setup password Power-on password Password options
Enter, change, or delete a setup password Enter, change, or delete a power-on password Enable/disable:
s QuickLock/QuickBlank s Lock keyboard and pointing stick
or touchpad at startup (These features can be enabled only when a power-on password is set.) DriveLock passwords Device security Enter, change, or delete a DriveLock password Enable/disable:
s Ports or diskette drives s Diskette write s CD-ROM or diskette startup
(Settings for a DVD-ROM can be entered in the CD-ROM field.) System IDs Enter identification numbers for the computer, a docking base, and battery packs
Language (or press F2) Boot Options
Change the Computer Setup language Enable/disable:
s QuickBoot, which starts the
computer more quickly by eliminating some startup tests (If you suspect a memory failure and want to test memory automatically during startup, you may want to disable QuickBoot.)
s MultiBoot, which enables you to
set a startup sequence that can include any drives in the system Device Options
s Enable/disable the embedded
numeric keypad at startup
s Enable/disable multiple standard
pointing devices at startup When this feature is disabled, only one pointing device is activated at startup. s Enable/disable USB legacy support for one USB mouse and one USB keyboard (When USB legacy support is enabled, the keyboard and mouse work without a loaded USB driver.)
s Set as the primary device an
optional external monitor or overhead projector connected to a video card in a docking base. (When the computer display is set as secondary, the computer must be shut down before undocking.)
s Set video-out mode to NTSC
(default), NTSC-J, PAL, or PAL-M
s Change the parallel port mode to
or from EPP, standard, bidirectional, or ECP
Using Compaq Diagnostics for Windows
1. Access Compaq Diagnostics for Windows by selecting Start!Settings!Control Panel!Compaq Diagnostics. 2. To select a category, choose one of two methods:
volume with the Fn+F5 hotkeys.
s Use the mixing
features available by double-clicking the Speaker icon on the Windows taskbar. Sound source is not selected. Verify that the sound source is selected in Control Panel !Multimedia.
The headphones are Check the connection. connected to the wrong jack. Volume is too low or too loud. Volume or mixing controls are set incorrectly.
s Check the mixing
features available by double-clicking the Speaker icon on the Windows taskbar.
Table 2-9 Solving Battery/Battery Gauge Problems
Computer is beeping and battery power light is blinking.
Battery pack charge is low.
s Charge the battery
pack by connecting it to an external power source.
s Replace the battery
pack with another fully charged battery.
s Initiate Hibernation or
turn the computer off until AC power or a fully charged battery is available. Computer battery charge light blinks to indicate low battery condition, but computer does not beep. Battery pack will not charge. Volume is turned down too low. Turn up the volume using the Fn+F5 hotkeys.
Battery pack was exposed to temperature extremes. Battery pack is already charged. Battery pack has exceeded its useful life cycle.
Allow time for the battery pack to return to room temperature. No action is required. Use a different battery pack.
Computer shut down and memory was lost when replacing the battery pack. Battery charge does not last very long.
Hibernation was not Work is lost. initiated before removing the battery pack. Battery was exposed Move the computer to a to high cooler place and recharge temperatures. the battery pack.
Table 2-9 continued Problem
Battery charge does not last very long (continued).
Battery was exposed Move the computer to a to extremely cold warmer place and temperatures. recharge the battery pack. NOTE: The recommended operating temperature range for the battery is from 10C to 40C (50F to 104F). The recommended storage temperature range for the battery is from 0C to 30C (32F to 86F). Battery conservation Reset the battery is disabled or set to conservation level. drain. An external device is Turn off or remove any draining the battery. external device or PC Cards when not in use. Battery gauge is inaccurate and requires recalibration. Recalibrate the gauge.
Date and time must be set every time computer is turned on.
Table 2-13 continued Problem
Cannot transmit data
Direct sunlight, fluorescent light, or flashing incandescent light is close to the infrared connections.
Remove any interfering light sources.
There is interference Keep remote control units from other wireless such as wireless devices. headphones and other audio devices away from the infrared connections. There is a physical obstruction in the way. Do not place objects that will interfere with a line-ofsight data transmission between the two units.
One of the units was Do not move either unit moved during data during data transmission. transmission. The orientation of the units is wrong. The distance between the units is too great. Infrared port doesnt work. Direct sunlight, fluorescent light, or flashing incandescent light is close to the infrared connections. Adjust the devices so that they point directly at each other. Verify that devices are not more than 1.5 feet (0.5 meter) apart. Remove any interfering light sources.
There is interference Keep remote control units from other wireless such as wireless devices. headphones and other audio devices away from the infrared connections. IR has been disabled. Run the IR configuration utility in Control Panel.
Table 2-14 Solving Keyboard Problems
Screen is blank and keyboard is working.
A screen timeout has been initiated. QuickLock/QuickBlank has been initiated.
Press any key to refresh the screen. To enable the keyboard and return your information to the screen, enter your power-on password. Press Fn+F4 to cycle from external monitor to internal LCD. Press Fn+Num Lk to enable the Num Lock function and the embedded numeric keypad.
LCD has been disabled. Embedded Num Lock function is numeric keypad on not turned on. computer keyboard is disabled.
Table 2-15 Solving Modem Problems
Modem loses connection.
The cable connection from the phone line to the modem is loose. Call Waiting has not been disabled.
Ensure that the telephone cable is properly connected. Disable Call Waiting: Select Start ! Setting ! Control Panel ! Modems. From the General tab of the Modems Properties page, select Dialing Properties. From the My Locations tab of the Dialing Properties page, check the box labeled This location has call waiting. Select *70, 70#, or 1170 from the drop-down list to disable call waiting.
There is noise or excessive traffic on the phone line. Modem is not responding. Modem is not set up correctly in system BIOS.
Table 2-19 Solving USB Problems
External device connected to a USB connector does not work.
The operating system limits external devices connected by USB to two tiers that can include no more than two hubs on the first tier and no more than one keyboard and one pointing device on the first or second tier. During startup, only two tiers are supported by the USB port. These tiers can include no more than two hubs on the first tier and no more than one keyboard and one pointing device on the first or second tier. An unpowered hub is connected to another unpowered hub.
Reduce the number of connected external USB devices to no more than two hubs on the first tier, and no more than one keyboard and one pointing device on the first or second tier.
External device connected to USB connector does not work during startup (before Windows 95 loads).
Use the external device only after Windows 95 or Windows 98 has loaded. Reduce the number of connected external USB devices to no more than two hubs on the first tier, and no more than one keyboard and one pointing device on the first or second tier. Use only powered hubs. Make sure that all unpowered hubs are immediately preceded by powered hubs in the USB chain.
External devices in lower tiers do not work.
I LLUSTRATED P ARTS C ATALOG
This chapter provides an illustrated parts breakdown and a reference for spare part numbers and option part numbers for the Compaq Armada E500, E500S, and Armada V300 Series of Personal Computers.
3.1 Serial Number Location
When ordering parts or requesting information, provide the computer serial number and model number located on the bottom of the computer (Figure 3-1).
Figure 3-1. Serial Number Location
Illustrated Parts Catalog
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3.2 Computer System Major Components
Figure 3-2. Computer System Major Components
3-2 Illustrated Parts Catalog
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Table 3-1 Spare Parts: Computer System Major Components
Spare Part Number
2a 2b 2c 2d 2e 2f 2g 2h
Display assembly 15.0-inch, TFT, SXGA (Armada E500 and 201059-001 E500S only); used only with config. codes beginning with JFC. 15.0-inch, TFT, XGA (Armada E500 and 190806-001 E500S only); used only with config. codes beginning with DX and FFH. 14.1-inch, TFT, XGA; used only with config. 159532-001 codes beginning with: CXX DJD4 DN85 FFD FWX CZQ DN81 DN9 FLC FVX DC DN82 DPB FMX JFB DJD3 DN84 DVR FMZ JFD 13.3-inch, TFT, XGA (Armada E500 and 167133-001 E500S only); used only with config. codes beginning with: DN83 FL5 FWB JFF JFH DNN FL6 13.3-inch, HPA, SVGA, (Armada V300 only); 177749-001 used only with config. codes beginning with DVP. 12.1-inch, TFT, SVGA; used only with config. 159531-001 codes beginning with: CXW DJD1 DNM DVM2 FVY DJC DJD2 DVM1 DVQ FVZ 12.1-inch, HPA, SVGA, (Armada V300 only); 160536-001 used only with config. codes beginning with CXV. Miscellaneous Plastics Kit, includes: 159536-001 Switch cover (2) not illustrated: Hinge cover RJ-11 modem cover Real time clock (RTC) battery RJ-45 LAN cover Touch button cable Computer feet Front shield Display screw covers Diskette drive bezel TV out connector cover Hard drive cover PC Card space saver Mini PCI slot cover Diskette drive space saver CD-ROM drive space saver Infrared lens
Computer System Major Components (continued)
3-4 Illustrated Parts Catalog
Table 3-1 continued Item
LED board used with all config. codes except those beginning with FL5, FL6, FM, FV, FW, and JF. used with all config. codes beginning with FL5, FL6, FM, FV, FW, and JF. Keyboard with pointing stick (Armada E500 and E500S only) Latin American -181 Belgian Spanish -201 Brazilian Norwegian -081 Danish Portuguese -051 French Spanish French Canadian -121 Swedish -041 German Swiss -002 International Taiwanese -061 Italian U.K. English -291 Japanese U.S. English -AD1 Korean Keyboard without pointing stick Arabic -171 Latin American Belgian -181 Spanish Brazilian -201 Norwegian Danish -081 Portuguese French -051 Spanish French Canadian -121 Swedish German -041 Swiss International -002 Taiwanese Italian -061 Turkish Japanese -291 U.K. English Korean -AD1 U.S. English Touch button with TouchPad Touch button 3 with TouchPad Touch button without TouchPad (Armada E500 and E500S only) Top cover without TouchPad
159539-001 201058-001 154876-XXX -161 -091 -131 -071 -101 -111 -AB1 -031 -001 154877-XXX -161 -091 -131 -071 -101 -111 -AB1 -141 -031 -001 135227-001 188645-001 159530-001 159533-001
5a 5b 6
3-6 Illustrated Parts Catalog
System board Armada E500 and E500S only (all with 64 MB SDRAM) Intel Pentium III 850-MHz processor; used only with config. codes beginning with JFC. Intel Pentium III 800-MHz processor; used only with config. codes beginning with JFB. Intel Pentium III 700-MHz processor; used only with config. codes beginning with: DX FMX FMZ FWZ JFF FFH Intel Pentium III 650-MHz processor; used only with config. codes beginning with: DPB FFD5 FFD6 FFD7 FFD8 Intel Pentium III 600-MHz processor; used only with config. codes beginning with: DN9 FL51 FL56 FL60 FVY1 FFD1 FL52 FL57 FL61 FVY2 FFD2 FL53 FL58 FL62 FVY3 FFD3 FL54 FL59 FL63 FVY4 FFD4 FL55 Intel Pentium III 500-MHz processor; used only with config. codes beginning with: DN83 DNM DNN DVM FLC Intel Pentium III 450-MHz processor; used only with config. codes beginning with: CZQ DN84 DN85 Intel Pentium II 400-MHz processor; used only with config. codes beginning with: DC DN81 DN82 Intel Pentium II 366-MHz processor; used only with config. codes beginning with DJC. Intel Celeron 600-MHz processor; used only with config. codes beginning with JFD and JFH. Intel Celeron 550-MHz processor; used only with config. codes beginning with: FVX FVZ FWB
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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
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. Ensure 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; they tear easily.
CAUTION: When servicing the computer, ensure that cables are
placed in their proper location during the reassembly process. Improper cable placement can damage the computer.
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 these 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, then shut it down. Before removing a diskette drive or CD-ROM drive, ensure that a diskette or disc is not in the drive. Ensure that the CD-ROM tray is closed. Before handling a drive, ensure that you are discharged of static electricity. While handling a drive, avoid touching the connector. Handle drives on surfaces that have at least one inch of shock-proof foam. Avoid dropping drives from any height onto any surface.
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After removing a hard drive, CD-ROM drive, or a diskette drive, place it into a static-proof bag. Do not use excessive force when inserting a drive into a drive bay. After inserting a hard drive into the hard drive bay, always reinsert either the original hard drive security plate or the tamper-resistant security plate to prevent the hard drive from accidentally disconnecting. Avoid exposing a hard drive to products that have magnetic fields such as monitors or speakers. Avoid exposing a drive to temperature extremes or to liquids. If a drive must be mailed, do the following: place the drive into a bubble pack mailer or other suitable form of protective packaging; label the package Fragile: Handle With Care.
159527-001 200398-001 200397-001
System Board continued
Armada V300 only Intel Celeron 500-MHz processor with 64 MB SDRAM; used only with config. codes beginning with DVR. Intel Celeron 466-MHz processor with 64 MB SDRAM; used only with config. codes beginning with DVP. Intel Celeron 466-MHz processor with 64 MB SDRAM; used only with config. codes beginning with: CXX DJD3 DJD4 DVQ Intel Celeron 400-MHz processor with 64 MB SDRAM; used only with config. codes beginning with: CXW DJD1 DJD2 Intel Celeron 400-MHz processor with 32 MB SDRAM; used only with config. codes beginning with CXV. 177748-001
Removing the System Board
1. Prepare the computer for disassembly (Section 5.3) and, in the order below, remove the following components: s Modem or modem/Network Interface Card (Section 5.5) s Touch button (Section 5.6) s Keyboard (Section 5.7) s Display assembly (Section 5.9) s LED board (Section 5.11) s Top cover (Section 5.12) s Front shield (Section 5.13) s Diskette drive (Section 5.14, Armada V300 only)
2. Turn the computer bottom side up with the front facing forward. 3. Disconnect the battery terminal cable from the system board (Figure 5-24).
Figure 5-24. Disconnecting the Battery Terminal Cable
4. Turn the computer top side up with the rear panel facing forward. 5. Remove the two bushing guides 1 that secure the system board to the I/O bracket (Figure 5-25). 6. Remove the three screws 2 that secure the system board to the base enclosure. 7. Lift the system board straight out of the base enclosure 3.
Figure 5-25. Removing the System Board Reverse the removal procedure described above to replace the system board.
5.16 Voltage Converter Board
IMPORTANT: When replacing the system board, remove the voltage converter board and retain it for use on the new system board. A new voltage converter board is not shipped with the new system board.
Voltage Converter Board Spare Part Number Information
Voltage converter board 152928-001
Removing the Voltage Converter Board
1. Prepare the computer for disassembly (Section 5.3) and, in the order below, remove the following components: s Modem or modem/Network Interface Card (Section 5.5) s Touch button (Section 5.6) s Keyboard (Section 5.7) s Display assembly (Section 5.9) s LED board (Section 5.11) s Top cover (Section 5.12) s Front shield (Section 5.13) s Diskette drive (Section 5.14, Armada V300 only) s System board (Section 5.15) 2. Turn the system board bottom side up and position the board so the I/O bracket faces forward.
Table 6-1 continued U.S. Metric
Altitude (unpressurized) Operating 0 to 10,000 ft 0 to 3048 m Nonoperating 0 to 30,000 ft 0 to 9144 m Shock 10 G, 11 ms, half sine Operating Nonoperating 240 G, 2 ms, half sine Vibration 0.5 G zero to peak, 10 to 500 Hz, 0.25 oct/min Operating Nonoperating 1.5 G zero to peak, 10 to 500 Hz, 0.50 oct/min
NOTE: Applicable product safety standards specify thermal limits for plastic surfaces. The computer operates well within this range of temperatures.
Table 6-2 15.0-inch SXGA, TFT Display
Dimensions Height Width Diagonal Number of Colors Contrast Ratio Brightness Pixel Resolution Pitch Format Configuration Backlight Total Power Consumption 8.98 inch 11.97 inch 15.00 inch Up to 16.8 million 150:nits minimum, 120 nits typical 0.2175 0.2175 mm RGB Stripe Edge Lit 5.25 W
22.81 cm 30.41 cm 38.01 cm
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Table 6-3 15.0-inch XGA, TFT Display
Dimensions Height Width Diagonal Number of Colors Contrast Ratio Brightness Pixel Resolution Pitch Format Configuration Backlight Total Power Consumption 8.98 inch 11.97 inch 15.00 inch Up to 16.8 million 150:nits minimum, 150 nits typical 0.297 0.297 mm RGB Stripe Edge Lit 4.50 W
Table 6-4 14.1-inch XGA, TFT Display
Dimensions Height Width Diagonal Number of Colors Contrast Ratio Brightness Pixel Resolution Pitch Format Configuration Backlight Total Power Consumption 8.46 inch 11.22 inch 14.10 inch Up to 16.8 million 150:nits minimum, 150 nits typical 0.264 0.264 mm RGB Stripe Edge Lit 4.20 W
21.50 cm 28.50 cm 35.81 cm
Table 6-5 13.3-inch XGA, TFT Display
Dimensions Height Width Diagonal Number of Colors Contrast Ratio Brightness Pixel Resolution Pitch Format Configuration Backlight Total Power Consumption 7.98 inch 10.64 inch 13.30 inch Up to 16.8 million 100:nits minimum, 150 nits typical 0.264 0.264 mm RGB stripe Edge lit 4.10 W
20.28 mm 27.03 mm 33.79 mm
Table 6-6 12.1-inch SVGA, TFT Display
Dimensions Height Width Diagonal Number of Colors Contrast Ratio Brightness Pixel Resolution Pitch Format Configuration Backlight Total Power Consumption 7.24 inch 9.70 inch 12.10 inch Up to 16.8 million 150:nits minimum, 150 nits typical 0.300 0.300 mm RGB Stripe Edge Lit 3.50 W
.81 inch 5.60 inch 3.80 inch 1.01 lb.81 inch 5.60 inch 3.80 inch 0.73 lb.53 inch 5.50 inch 5.23 inch 0.84 lb
2.05 cm 14.30 cm 9.60 cm 462 g 2.05 cm 14.30 cm 9.60 cm 334 g 1.35 cm 14.00 cm 13.30 cm 382 g
Energy and environmental requirements are the same for all battery packs. Energy 9-cell Voltage 10.8 V Amp-hour capacity 4.8 AH Watt-hour capacity 51.8 WH 6-cell Voltage 10.8 V Amp-hour capacity 3.2 AH Watt-hour capacity 34.5 WH Environmental Requirements Temperature Operating 50F to 95F 10C to 35C Non-operating -12F to 140F -25C to 60C
Table 6-15 System DMA
Available for audio Entertainment Audio (default; alternate = DMA0, DMA3, None) DMA2 Diskette drive DMA3 ECP parallel port LPT1 (default; alternate = DMA 0, none) DMA4 DMA controller cascading (not available) DMA5 Available for PC Card DMA6 Not assigned DMA7 Not assigned NOTE: PC Card controller can use DMA 1, 2, or 5.
Table 6-16 System Interrupts
IRQ0 IRQ1 IRQ2 IRQ3 IRQ4 IRQ5 IRQ6 IRQ7 IRQ8 IRQ9 IRQ10 IRQ11 IRQ12 IRQ13 IRQ14 IRQ15
System timer Keyboard controller Cascaded COM2 COM1 Audio (default)* Diskette drive Parallel port Real time clock (RTC) Infrared System use System use Internal point stick or external mouse Coprocessor (not available to any peripheral) IDE interface (hard disk and CD-ROM drive) Fixed disk drives on the expansion base or convenience base *Default configuration; audio possible configurations are: IRQ5, IRQ7, IRQ9, IRQ10, or none. NOTE: PCMCIA cards may assert IRQ3, IRQ4, IRQ5, IRQ7, IRQ9, IRQ10, IRQ11, or IRQ15. Either the infrared or the serial port may assert IRQ3 or IRQ4.
Table 6-17 System I/O Addresses
I/O Address (Hex)
000 - 00F 010 - 01F 020 - - - 03F 02E - 02F 040 - - 05F 062 - 065 - 06F 070 - - 07F 080 - 08F 090 - 093 - 09F 0A0 - 0A1 0A2 - 0BF 0C0 - 0DF 0E0 - 0EF 0F0 - 0F1 0F2 - 0FF 100 - 16F 170 - - 1EF 1F0 - 1F7 1F8 - 200
System Function (Shipping Configuration)
DMA controller no. 1 Unused Interrupt controller no. 1 Opti chipset configuration registers Unused 87334 "Super IO" configuration for CPU Counter/timer registers Unused Keyboard controller Port B Unused Keyboard controller Unused NMI enable/real time clock Unused DMA page registers Unused Port A Unused Interrupt controller no. 2 Unused DMA controller no. 2 Unused Coprocessor busy clear/reset Unused Unused Secondary fixed disk controller Unused Primary fixed disk controller Unused
Table 6-17 Continued I/O Address (Hex)
- 21F 220 - 22F 230 - 26D 26E - - 27F 280 - 2AB 2A0 - 2A7
Joystick (decoded in ESS1688) Unused Entertainment audio Unused National 87334 "Super IO" controller in expansion base/convenience base
power cord set requirements, B-1 spare part number, 3-12 default settings, 2-16 light illustrated, 1-14 management, 1-13 levels, 1-13 switch illustrated, 1-20 Power-On Self-Test (POST), 2-4 preparing computer for disassembly, 5-3
packaging precautions, 4-4 page down key illustrated, 1-20 page up key illustrated, 1-20 parallel connector illustrated, 1-18 pinout, A-3 password clearing, 2-3 PC Card slots illustrated, 1-16 space saver illustrated, 3-10 plastic parts, 4-1 pointing stick illustrated, 1-22 POST (Power-On Self-Test), 2-4 error messages, 2-4
real time clock battery illustrated, 3-2, 3-10 removing, 5-21 removable drives preventing damage, 4-2 Return Kit spare part number, 3-12 RJ-11 cover illustrated, 3-10 jack illustrated, 1-16 pinout, A-1 RJ-45 cover illustrated, 3-10 jack illustrated, 1-16 RTC battery illustrated, 3-2, 3-10 removing, 5-21
scroll lock key illustrated, 1-22 light illustrated, 1-22 security cable slot illustrated, 1-16 default settings, 2-16 Security Management, 1-12 serial connector illustrated, 1-18 pinout, A-1 serial number, x location, 3-1, 5-1 service consideration, 4-1 setup computer, 2-9 software Info Messenger, 2-17 updating, 2-17 speaker cables removing, 5-25 specifications AC adapter, 6-10 battery pack, 6-11 CD-ROM drive, 6-7 computer, 6-1 diskette drive, 6-6 display 12.1-inch, STN, 6-4 12.1-inch, TFT, 6-4 13.3-inch, 6-3 14-1-inch, 6-2 DVD-ROM drive, 6-8 hard drive, 6-5 LS-120 SuperDisk drive, 6-9 system DMA, 6-11 system I/O address, 6-13 system interrupts, 6-12 system memory map, 6-15 static shielding materials, 4-6 stereo line-in jack pinout, A-2 speaker illustrated, 1-22 jack pinout, A-2
suspend button illustrated, 1-20 light illustrated, 1-14 switch cover illustrated, 3-2, 3-10 removing, 5-18 system IDs, 2-12 ROM updates, 2-17 system board, 5-29 Celeron 400-MHz processor, STN, 32 MB SDRAM spare part number, 3-7, 5-31 Celeron 400-MHz processor, TFT, 64 MB SDRAM spare part number, 3-7, 5-31 Celeron 466-MHz processor, HPA, spare part number, 3-7, 5-31 Celeron 466-MHz processor, TFT, spare part number, 3-7, 5-31 Celeron 500-MHz processor spare part number, 3-7, 5-31 illustrated, 3-6 Pentium II 366-MHz processor spare part number, 3-5, 5-30 Pentium II 400-MHz processor spare part number, 3-5, 5-30 Pentium III 450-MHz processor spare part number, 3-5, 5-30 Pentium III 500-MHz processor spare part number, 3-5, 5-30 Pentium III 600-MHz processor spare part number, 3-5, 5-30 Pentium III 650-MHz processor spare part number, 3-5, 5-30 removing, 5-31 system DMA specifications, 6-11 system I/O addresses specifications, 6-13 system interrupts specifications, 6-12 system memory map specifications, 6-15
technician notes, x tilt feet illustrated, 1-14 tools, 4-1 top cover, 5-23 illustrated, 3-4 removing, 5-23 spare part number, 3-5, 5-23 touch button illustrated, 3-4 removing, 5-7 spare part number, 3-5, 5-7 touch button with TouchPad illustrated, 3-4 spare part number, 3-5, 5-7 TouchPad buttons illustrated, 1-20 illustrated, 1-20 transporting precautions, 4-4 troubleshooting preliminary steps, 2-2 without diagnostics, 2-17 TV connector illustrated, 1-16
Convenient computing and choice go hand in hand. To make your mobility solutions selection easier, Compaq has developed three distinct lines within the Armada Portable family. The Expandable (E) line is for those individuals who require the best in portable computing: high-speed performance, light weight, exceptional expandability and an array of options to make your machine the only computer you need in and out of the office. The Armada E500 achieves the optimum balance between performance and value. Features like fast mobile Intel processors and large hard drives provide superior performance. These features combined with an affordable price make this notebook an ideal partner for everyday business use.
|Recommended Use||Small business, corporate business|
|Built-in Devices||Microphone, stereo speakers, keyboard, touchpad, display|
|Localization||English / United States|
|Processor||Intel Pentium III 450 MHz|
|Data Bus Speed||100 MHz|
|Type||L2 cache - Pipeline Burst|
|Installed Size||256 KB|
|Installed Size||64 MB / 512 MB (max)|
|Form Factor||SO DIMM 144-pin|
|Floppy Drive||3.5" 1.44 MB floppy - plug-in module|
|Hard Drive||12 GB|
|Type||1 x CD-ROM - removable plug-in module|
|Compliant Standards||Kodak PhotoCD, CD-DA, CD-XA, CDi|
|Display Type||14.1" TFT integrated|
|Max Resolution||1024 x 768 ( XGA )|
|Color Support||24-bit (16.7 million colors)|
|Graphics Processor / Vendor||AGP 2x|
|Video Memory||8 MB SDRAM|
|Supported Display Graphics||VGA (640x480), XGA (1024x768), SVGA (800x600)|
|Video Output Supported||NTSC, PAL|
|Audio Output||Sound card|
|Compliant Standards||Sound Blaster, Sound Blaster 16/Pro, Microsoft WSS 1.0/2.0|
|Audio Input||Microphone - integrated|
|Modem||Fax / modem|
|Max Transfer Rate||56 Kbps|
|Protocols & Specifications||ITU V.21, ITU V.22, ITU V.22bis, ITU V.29, ITU V.32, ITU V.32bis, ITU V.34, ITU V.90, ITU V.23, ITU V.27ter, ITU V.34bis, ITU V.25bis , Hayes AT command set|
|Expansion / Connectivity|
|Expansion Bays||1 x front accessible|
|Expansion Slots Total (Free)||1 ( 1 ) x PC Card - type III (2 x type I / II) 2 ( 1 ) x memory - SO DIMM 144-pin 1 ( 0 ) x Mini PCI|
|Interfaces||1 x parallel - IEEE 1284 (EPP/ECP) - 25 pin D-Sub (DB-25) 1 x serial - RS-232 - 9 pin D-Sub (DB-9) 1 x USB - 4 pin USB Type A 1 x infrared - IrDA 1 x keyboard / mouse - generic - 6 pin mini-DIN (PS/2 style) 1 x display / video - VGA - 15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15) 1 x audio - line-out - mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm 1 x microphone - input - mini-phone mono 3.5 mm 1 x modem - phone line - RJ-11 1 x docking / port replicator 1 x display / video - composite video output - RCA|
|Compliant Standards||Plug and Play|
|Voltage Required||AC 110/220 V ± 20% ( 47/63 Hz )|
|Compliant Standards||EPA Energy Star|
|Installed Qty||1 / 3 (max)|
|Run Time (Up To)||3.5 hour(s)|
|Operating System / Software|
|OS Provided||Microsoft Windows 95/98|
|Software||Drivers & Utilities, Compaq Insight Manager, Compaq Diagnostics, Adobe Acrobat Reader|
|Service & Support||1 year warranty|
|Service & Support Details||Limited warranty - parts and labor - 1 year - carry-in|
|Min Operating Temperature||50 °F|
|Max Operating Temperature||95 °F|
|Humidity Range Operating||10 - 90%|
|Shock Tolerance||10 g @ 11ms half-sine pulse (operating) / 240 g @ 11ms half-sine pulse (non-operating)|
|Vibration Tolerance||0.5 g @ 10-500 Hz (operating) / 1.5 g @ 10-500 Hz (non-operating)|
|Max Altitude Operating||9840 ft|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
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