HP Omnibook 4100 Manual
HP Omnibook 4100 - Service Manual Laptop & Notebook, size: 1.3 MB
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16 MB RAM on motherboard. Expandable to 144 MB. 13.3-inch TFT XGA display.
Desktop Management Interface Power Management Power States
PCI local bus video. 128-bit graphics controller with 2 MB internal video RAM. Up to 64K colors (XGA). Zoomed Video enabled. Windows 95 preinstalled. (Windows NT 4.0 certified.) DMI 1.1. HP TopTools 2.0. APM 1.2. On, Standby, Suspend, Hibernate, Off.
Features at the time of product introduction. Not updated for later versions. * Intel Mobile Pentium or Mobile Pentium II processor.
Turning the OmniBook On and Off
On. Press the blue power button to turn on the OmniBook. Standby. The display turns off automatically if the computer is inactive for about 2 minutes. Suspend. Click Start, Suspend (Windows 95) or press the blue power button briefly (about 1 second) to suspend activity when the OmniBook is on. When you turn on the computer, it resumes your previous work session. Closing the lid (for more than 2 seconds) also suspends the computer. Hibernate. Press Fn+F12. This is like Off, except that your current work session is first saved to disk. When you turn on the computer, it reboots and restores your previous session. Off. Click Start, Shut Down. If the OmniBook does not respond, press and hold the blue power button until the display shuts down. When you turn on the computer, it reboots. Unsaved data is lost.
Table 1-3. Activating Power Modes
Power Mode Standby Reduced-power/stopped state. Display is off. Everything is in a reduced-power state. Network devices are maintained. Your current work session continues at turn-on (any key or pointer action). Suspend Low-power/stopped state. Lower power state than Standby. Everything is off or in a low-power state. Network devices are off. Your previous work session resumes at turn-on. For plug-and-play operating systems, network connections resume at turn-on. To Enter Mode Press Fn+S or allow time-out. To Turn Back On Press any key or move a pointing device to display the current session ("Instant-On"). Press blue power button to display the current session ("Instant-On").
Hibernate No-power/stopped state. Session is saved on the hard disk. Everything is shut down. Computer reboots at turn-on and restores previous session and network connections (if plug-and-play). Click Start, Shut Down Off or No-power/stopped state. Everything is shut down Press and hold the blue power (battery continues charging if ac adapter is button until the display shuts connected). Computer reboots at turn-on and down. restores network connections. * Does not suspend if Video Display Device set to Both in BIOS Setup.
Press blue power button for about 1 second or close the lid* or click Start, Suspend (Windows 95) or allow time-out. Press Fn+F12 or allow time-out.
Press blue power button to restart and restore the previous session. Press blue power button to restart with a new session.
Below are default values for system resources. To see other, non-default possibilities, use the BIOS Setup utility (see page 3-23), which lists port and audio device configurations in the System Devices menu. The tables in this section show typical resource usage as set up by the OmniBook BIOS. Plug-andplay operating systems, drivers, and BIOS Setup settings may change some of the entries.
Table 1-7. System Interrupts
System timer Keyboard Cascade IRQ 9 Free (or COM2 infrared port, if enabled) COM1 (serial port) Crystal sound Floppy drive LPT1 (ECP parallel port) Real-time clock Free USB and CardBus - assigned by Windows driver Free Pointing device Numeric data processor Internal hard disk (primary IDE controller) Internal CD-ROM drive (secondary IDE controller)
Table 1-8. System Memory
00000 - 9FFFF System memory A0000 - BFFFF Video C0000 - CBFFF Video BIOS CC000 - DBFFF* Free** DC000*- FFFFF System BIOS * Approximate boundary. ** Valid uses for memory addresses CC000-DBFFF: Upper memory blocks (UMBs). PC card memory windows.
Table 1-9. System Input/Output Addresses (100-3FF)
170-177 1F0-1F7 220-22F 376 378-37F 388-38B 3B0-3BB 3C0-3DF 3E0-3E1 3F0-3F5 3F6 3F7 3F8-3FF Internal CD-ROM drive (secondary IDE controller) Internal hard disk (primary IDE controller) Crystal sound Internal CD-ROM drive (secondary IDE controller) LPT1 (printer port) Sound VGA adapter VGA adapter PCMCIA controller Floppy controller Internal hard disk (primary IDE controller) Floppy controller COM1 (serial port)
Table 1-10. DMA Channels
Sound record Sound playback Floppy drive LPT1 (ECP parallel port) Cascade Free Free Free
The following tables list descriptions for the OmniBook and its accessories.
Table 1-11. OmniBook 4100 Specifications
Physical Attributes Processor and Bus Architecture Size: 330.5mm256.9mm35-36.5mm (13.0"10.1"1.3-1.4"). Weight: 2.92 kg (6.45 lb). 233/266-MHz Intel Pentium II processor with MMX technology. or 266-MHz Intel Pentium processor with MMX technology. 1.6-V core, 2.5-V external, low-power processor. 32-KB (16-KB instruction, 16-KB data) L1 cache. 512-KB pipeline-burst-synchronous L2 cache. 32-bit PCI bus. 14.1- or 13.3-inch XGA active-matrix (TFT) display (64K colors). 128-bit NeoMagic MagicGraph graphics accelerator with 2-MB video RAM. Zoomed Video support for both PC Card slots. Rechargeable 9-cell lithium ion battery with LED charge-level gauge (10.8 Vdc, 4.2 AH, 45 watt-hours). Battery life (one battery): up to 3 hours (varies with type of usage). Fast battery recharge: 80% in 1 hour, 100% in 1.5 hours. Low-battery warning. Suspend/resume capability. 60-watt ac adapter: 100 to 240 Vac (50 to 60 Hz) input, 19 Vdc, 3.16 A output. 6.4-GB or 4.0-GB removable hard drive. Standard 1.44-MB floppy drive module. Standard 24X CD-ROM drive module. Optional LS-120 SuperDisk module. 32-MB SDRAM on board. One slot for RAM expansion up to 96 MB (160 MB maximum with future memory technologies). 16-bit, Sound Blaster Pro-compatible. SRS 3D enhanced audio. Stereo sound via two built-in speakers. Built-in microphone. Line-in, headphone-out, and microphone-in. 87/88-key touch-type QWERTY keyboard with 101/102 key emulation. Embedded numeric keypad. 12 function (Fn) keys. Two pointing devices: pointing stick (technology licensed from IBM) and touch pad. Universal serial bus (USB). 9-pin, 115,200-bps serial (16550 UART). 25-pin bi-directional ECP/EPP parallel. Video-out (up to 102476864K colors at 85-Hz refresh rate). PS/2 keyboard/mouse. 4-Mbps IrDA-compliant infrared port. One Type III or two Type II 16-/32-bit PC Card slots (3.3- and 5-V support). CardBus enabled. Plug-in module bay for accessory modules. Optional port replicator, mini dock, and docking system.
Keyboard and Pointing Device
Microsoft Windows 95 or Windows NT 4.0. Windows 95-compatible Plug-and-Play. Windows NT 4.0 APM and PC Card Plug-and-Play. Advanced Power Management (APM 1.2). DMI 2.0 with HP TopTools 2.6. McAfee Virus Scan 3.1.5. Online documentation. OmniBook Recovery CD-ROM included. Centralized worldwide BIOS and driver update service. User and administrator passwords. System, hard drive, and docking passwords. PC identification displayed at boot. DMI-accessible electronic serial number. Kensington Microsaver lock slot. Operating temperature: 5 to 35 C (41 to 95 F). Operating humidity: 20 to 90 percent RH (5 to 35 C). Storage temperature: 20 to 50 C (4 to 122 F). CPU: Intel Mobile Pentium or Pentium II. South Bridge: PIIX4E. Video: NeoMagic MagicGraph NM2160. Audio: Crystal CS4237B. CardBus: TI PCI1250A. Keyboard controller: National PC87570. Super I/O: SMC 769.
Table 1-12. OmniBook 4100 Accessories
OmniBook 4100-Only Accessories 24X CD-ROM drive module. F1474A Floppy drive module. F1472A Floppy drive cable for external use. F1473A Lithium-ion battery (primary and secondary). F1466A 4.0-GB internal hard disk drive. F1467A 6.4-GB internal hard disk drive. F1475A LS-120 SuperDisk drive module. F1470A OmniBook 7100, 4100, 3100, 2100 Accessories Docking system and monitor stand (tall). F1477A Mini dock. F1452A Port replicator. F1451A Monitor stand (short). F1453A 32-MB RAM expansion card (7100/4100 only). F1456A 64-MB RAM expansion card (7100/4100 only). F1457A 60-watt ac adapter. F1454A 75-watt auto/airline power adapter. F1455A PS/2 Y-adapter. F1469A 10/100-Mbps Ethernet PC Card. TMC3X575 10-Mbps Ethernet PC Card. TMC3C589 56-Kbps modem PC Card. XIRCM56T Replacement power cord (U.S., Canada, Taiwan). 8120-6313 Replacement power cord (Europe). 8120-6314 Replacement power cord (Hong Kong, Singapore, U.K.). 8120-6315 Replacement power cord (Australia). 8120-6312 Replacement power cord (Japan). 8120-6316 Replacement power cord (India, South Africa). 8120-6317 Replacement power cord (Peoples Republic of China). 8120-8373
The motherboard PCA is the central component of the OmniBook design. It plays a role in virtually all system functions. The CPU module (MMO) and most other subsystems connect to the motherboard. The following figure shows the connections among the replaceable electrical modules. As a substitute for a functional block diagram, see the table on page 1-13it lists the roles the replaceable modules play in each of the functional subsystems.
5. If you are installing a new hard drive that does not have a cover, you can remove the cover parts from the old hard drive: Remove the screw from the case, then pry open the flap. If necessary, use a flat-blade screwdriver Use a flat-blade screwdriver to pry open the snaps at the ends of the case, then open the connector-side of the case. Pry out the corner next to the connector, then lift out the connector and hard drive together. Unplug the internal connector and cable from the hard drive.
Screw, M34mm HDD cover kit
Figure 2-4. Installing a Hard Drive in the Cover Reassembly Notes
Do not cover the vent hole in the top surface of the hard drive or in the case. If you cover the hole, the hard drive could fail prematurely.
Pry out the connector corner of the case and insert the external connector and hard drive at the same time. The connector seats in the lower part of the opening in the case. Secure the two tabs on the screw flap by inserting the corner tab last, while prying out the nearby corner of the case. When you install the battery module, be sure the plastic tab on the hard drive case lays folds up against the front of the case.
Important If you are installing a new hard drive, you should create a Hibernate partition on the drive before loading any softwaresee the steps below. Creating a Hibernate Partition
1. If you do not have an OmniBook Recovery CD and internal CD-ROM module for the computer you are repairing, create a Support Utility floppy disk now. After inserting a formatted floppy disk in the floppy drive, do one of the following:
On a factory software installation, click Start, Programs, OmniBook, Create Support Utility Disk. On any computer that has a CD-ROM drive, run makesupp from the \Omnibook\Drivers\Hputils directory on the OmniBook 4100 Recovery CD. On any computer with World Wide Web access, download the Support Utility software package from the OmniBook website (see page vi). Follow the instructions provided.
2. Insert the Recovery CD in the CD-ROM driveor insert the Support Utility disk in the floppy drive.
3. Reboot the computer. If you are using the Recovery CD, press ESC during reboot to cancel the OmniBook screen, ESC to display the boot-device menu, then select the CD-ROM drive as the boot device. 4. When prompted, select Create Hibernate Partition. We recommend that you create a 96-MB partition, the same as the factory setup.
6. Remove the two screws holding the LCD brackets and hinges near the bottom corners of the display case. Remove the combined hinges and strip cover. 7. On the plastic cable holder, unsnap the cover. 8. If present, unplug the flex cable that wraps around the inverter PCA to the left of the cable holder. 9. Raise the inverter PCA out of the case and unplug the three cables. Remove the PCA. 10. Slide the LCD module and brackets toward the bottom of the case. When the slots in the brackets clear the tabs in the case, lift out the LCD modulethe LED strip cable is still in the display case. 11. If the LED strip cable is held by the LCD bracket, lift the right tab of the LED strip where it fits into the display case. Lift the strip out of the case. 12. Remove the four screws holding the brackets to the LCD module. 13. Separate the LCD module and the shield: You may have to remove one or more pieces of tape. If the flex cable is still attached to the LCD module, unplug the cable.
Screw cover, upper domed (2) Screw cover, lower flat (4)
Caution: Install new screws after removing any of the four circled screws. Note: 14-inch display shown. For a 13-inch display, the LCD flex cable and other details differ. Screw, M2.54mm (6)
LCD module Screw (size depends on LCD module) LCD shield LCD brackets, left and right
Inverter PCA LCD flex cable Cable holder cover Screw, M2.54mm (2) LED strip cable
Display case Strip cover, hinges, and hinge covers Cable holder End cap (2)
Figure 2-7. Removing the Display Reassembly Notes
Be sure to replace the LCD module or other display components with compatible parts. Components may be damaged if compatible parts are not used. See the table on page 2-11. Install new screws for all screws you remove that hold the display hinges. Otherwise, the hinges could loosen over time.
Make sure the LED strip cable is routed through the bottom-right corner of the LCD bracket. Install the inverter PCA under the main LCD flex cable.
The extra length of LCD wires connecting to the inverter PCA is folded back along the PCA. Snap in the end caps after the display is assembled.
At the lower-right corner of the LCD module, be careful the wires are not pinched where they pass next to the LCD bracket. Otherwise, they could be damaged.
Removing the Top Case
1. Unplug the ac adapter, if present, and remove the battery. 2. Remove these additional assemblies: Floppy module or other module (page 2-3). Hard disk drive (page 2-5). Keyboard (page 2-8). Display assembly and strip cover (page 2-10). 3. On each of the front corners of the case, do the following: Slide the module latch slider forward on the side of the case. Slide the speaker cover forward slightly and swing it outward about 2 cm, then pull firmly until it unsnaps from the case. The slider may come off of the module latch. 4. Unplug the touch-pad flex cable from the VGA PCA. 5. On the bottom of the unit, remove the seven unmarked case screws from the front half of the case. 6. Turn the unit face up and lift off the top case.
Press down firmly on the IC with your thumb to ensure a proper connection. Reprogram the IC by programming the BIOSsee the note above.
Removing Other Components
Small Phillips screwdriver. Pointed knife or probe (for display components). 5-mm hex driver (or 3/16 inch) (for bottom case components).
1. Unplug the ac adapter, if present, and remove the battery. 2. Remove the additional assemblies and follow the special steps indicated in the tables below. Components are separated into these groups: Display components (below). Top case components (page 2-22). Bottom case components (page 2-23).
Table 2-8. Removing Display Components
Component Cable Holder (part of display case kit) Removal Procedures Display (page 2-10). Additional Steps (See figure on page 4-5) 1. Remove the display bezel (page 2-11). 2. Unsnap the cover of the cable holder. 3. Use a flat-blade screwdriver to pry the display case and release the cable holder. Reassembly Notes: Install the holder so the tabbed side is toward the bottom of the display case. Remove the display bezel (page 2-11). Caution: Use compatible parts (page 2-11). Remove the LCD module and brackets from the case, but do not disassemble the module (page 2-11). Reassembly Notes: Transfer the display latch and cable holder from the old display case. Caution: Use compatible parts (page 2-11).
Display Bezel Display Case
Display (page 2-10) Display (page 2-10).
Component Display Latch (part of display case kit)
Removal Procedures Display (page 2-10).
End Cap Hinge
Display (page 2-10). Display (page 2-10).
Display (page 2-10).
LCD Brackets (part of LCD kit) LCD Flex Cable
Display (page 2-10). LCD module (page 2-11). Display (page 2-10). LCD module (page 2-11).
Additional Steps (See figure on page 4-5) 1. For a 13-inch display, do not remove the LCD module, but remove the display assembly and bezel (page 2-11). For a 14-inch display, remove the LCD module and brackets from the case, but do not disassemble the module (page 2-11). 2. Use a flat-blade screwdriver or probe to release one end of the latch spring. 3. Swing the latch into the display case, then lift it out of its holders. 1. Remove the display bezel (page 2-11). 2. Lift out the end cap. 1. Remove the display bezel (page 2-11). 2. Remove the hinges and strip cover from the LCD brackets, then unsnap the hinge covers. 1. Unsnap the hinge cover from the strip cover. 2. Remove the hinge cover. You may have to change the hinge position to free the hinge cover. 1. Remove the display bezel (page 2-11). 2. On the plastic cable holder, unsnap the cover. 3. Unplug all cables attached to or holding the inverter PCA. Lift up the PCA if necessary. Reassembly Notes: Attach cables with tape as in the original unit. Caution: Use compatible parts (page 2-11). Caution: Use compatible parts (page 2-11). Remove the LCD flex cable from the shield. Reassembly Notes: Attach the cable to the shield as in the original unit. Caution: Use compatible parts (page 2-11). Remove the LCD flex cable from the shield. Caution: Use compatible parts (page 2-11). 1. Remove the LCD module and brackets from the display case, but do not disassemble the module (page 2-11). 2. If necessary to free the LED cable, remove the right LCD bracket. Reassembly Notes: Make sure the LED cable is routed through the bottom-right corner of the LCD bracket. Unsnap the strip cover from the hinge covers.
Plug-in module (page 2-3). Hard drive (page 2-5). Keyboard (page 2-8). Display (page 2-10). Top case (page 2-14). Plug-in module (page 2-3). Hard drive (page 2-5). Keyboard (page 2-8). Display (page 2-10). Top case (page 2-14). See page 2-19. See page 2-16.
Audio Jack PCA
BIOS IC Bottom Case
Component CPU Bottom Plate
Removal Procedures Keyboard (page 2-8).
CPU Module (MMO)
Keyboard (page 2-8).
CPU Top Plate
Plug-in module (page 2-3). Hard drive (page 2-5). Keyboard (page 2-8). Display (page 2-10). Top case (page 2-14). Keyboard (page 2-8). Display (page 2-10).
Additional Steps (See figures on pages 4-2, 4-6) 1. Remove the screw from the heatsink cover and lift it off the heatpipe. 2. Remove the screws from the CPU top plate, then lift the right half of the complete CPU assembly so it unplugs from the motherboard. 3. Slide off the top plate, then remove the CPU module from the bottom plate. Reassembly Notes: Assemble the CPU module, top plate, and bottom plate before installing them on the motherboard. Caution: Keep the CPU assembly flat while installing it. Press it down above the connectors at the right end. Otherwise, you could damage the connectors. 1. Remove the screw from the heatsink cover and lift it off the heatpipe. 2. Remove the screws from the CPU top plate, then lift the right half of the complete CPU assembly so it unplugs from the motherboard. 3. Slide off the top plate, then remove the CPU module from the bottom plate. Reassembly Notes: Assemble the CPU module, top plate, and bottom plate before installing them on the motherboard. Caution: Replace the CPU module with one of the same module typesee the table on page 4-3. Caution: Install or replace CPU module thermal pads that are missing or damagedsee the picture on page 2-19. Caution: Keep the CPU assembly flat while installing it. Press it down above the connectors at the right end. Otherwise, you could damage the connectors. 1. Remove the screw from the heatsink cover and lift it off the heatpipe. 2. Remove the screws from the CPU top plate and remove the top plate. Caution: Replace the top plate with one that is compatible with the CPU modulesee the table on page 4-3. 1. Remove the screw from the IR PCA and move the PCA aside. 2. Remove the two screws from the right frame and remove the frame. 3. Unplug the DC-DC PCA. 1. Remove the screw from the plastic cover and remove the cover. 2. Unplug the fan cable from the motherboard and lift out the fan. Reassembly Notes: Route the fan wires at the bottom of the opening next to the motherboard.
Repair Center: Likely Causes Inverter PCA (mic). Motherboard.
Repair Center: Comments Check operation using external microphone (audio jack PCA).
Serial/Parallel General problems
Infrared General problems
IR PCA. Motherboard.
USB General problems PCMCIA Setup problems
Motherboard. PCMCIA socket.
If both slots have problems, replace the motherboard. If only one slot has a problem, try replacing the PCMCIA socket.
Symptom AC adapter Does not power the OmniBook Miscellaneous Clock loses time
Call Center: Suggestions Try another ac adapter, if available.
Repair Center: Likely Causes AC adapter. DC-DC PCA. Motherboard. Motherboard.
Repair Center: Comments The ac adapter is not repairableit must be replaced. Charge backup battery.
Computer gets hot
Computer pauses or runs sluggishly
Plug in ac adapter for 24 hours to charge backup battery. It is normal for the computer to get hot. Make sure the air vents are clear. DOS games and other programs that drive CPU usage toward 100% can contribute. May be normal Windows behavior (background processing can affect response time). If the hard disk has spun down to conserve power, it can take several seconds to spin up. You can hear this. You can run BIOS Setup and change the hard disk timeout to match the Suspend time-out. Certain background operations (such as HP COE virus scans) can affect performance while theyre running. Some file browsers may be unresponsive while theyre processing a graphic image or waiting for broken network connections to time out. Run BIOS Setup and try turning off smart CPU mode. Check that ac power is connected. Check settings in BIOS Setup. Try using the corresponding OmniBook port.
Fan. Thermal connections. Heatsink damage.
Check the fan. Check for proper contact between CPU and its top plate, and between heatpipe and heatsink.
CPU module. Motherboard.
If computer slows after a period of continuous activity, check thermal connections and parts.
Accessories Docking product I/O problems
Docking product. Motherboard.
Can not boot from CD in CD-ROM drive
Check that the CD is bootable. Check ESC key timing during boot, or check boot order in BIOS Setup.
Test the corresponding OmniBook ports while undocked. The port replicator and mini dock are not repairablethey must be exchanged. The docking system is repairablesee its service manual. The CD-ROM drive is not repairableit must be exchanged.
Symptom General plug-in module problems
Call Center: Suggestions Check module contacts. Push system-off button.
Repair Center: Likely Causes Plug-in module or contacts. Motherboard.
Repair Center: Comments Plug-in modules are not repairablethey must be exchanged.
This section describes the following diagnostic tools you can use for troubleshooting and repairing the OmniBook: OmniBook hardware diagnostic program (below). Power-on self-test (page 3-17). Sycard PCCtest 450 PC Card (page 3-20). Desktop Management Interface (page 3-21). BIOS Setup utility (page 3-23).
OmniBook Diagnostic Program
The OmniBook hardware diagnostic program provides two levels of testing: User-level testing using the basic hardware test. Advanced testing using the individual hardware tests.
Figure 3-2. OmniBook Diagnostic Screens Basic and Advanced
The tests are designed to run after the system reboots. This ensures that the computer will be in a predictable state, so the diagnostic program can properly test the hardware components. The tests are non-destructive and are intended to preserve the state of the computer. The OmniBook reboots when you exit the program so drivers can be loaded.
Creating a Diagnostic Floppy Disk
After inserting a formatted floppy disk in the floppy drive, do one of the following to create a diagnostic floppy disk: On an OmniBook with a factory software installation, run diaginst from the \Dmi\Hpdiags directory on the hard disk. or If TopTools is installed, use the DiagTools page to create the disk. On any computer with a CD-ROM drive, run diaginst from the \Omnibook\Dmi\Hpdiags directory on the OmniBook 4100 Recovery CD.
On any computer with World Wide Web access, download the diagnostic software package from the OmniBook website (see page vi), run this file to unpack the files, then run diaginst to create the diagnostic disk.
Running the Diagnostic Test
1. Insert the diagnostic disk in the floppy drive. 2. Reboot the OmniBook. 3. Go through the first several screens. 4. When the hardware detection finishes, check the list of detected hardware. The following information and devices should be listed if applicable: Product name Processor type BIOS version Serial number Cache memory
Note If a device is not detected or fails its test below, it may be configured incorrectly in the BIOS Setup utility (page 3-23). You can confirm the problem by running BIOS Setup and checking the settings.
Memory Tests The addresses below are absolute (32-bit) address. These addresses are not in the segment:offset format. 0100h Replace the motherboard. 0101h 0102h Replace the BIOS IC. 0120h For 01FFFFFFh and below, replace the 0150h motherboard. For 02000000h and above, replace the RAM board (each 01000000h represents 16MB). 0160h Address bus short. Remove any RAM board and rerun the test. Check the CPU module for shorts. Replace the motherboard. 0170h Replace the motherboard. 0172h 0180h For 01FFFFFFh and below, replace the motherboard. For 02000000h and above, replace the RAM board (each 01000000h represents 16MB).
0183h 0190h 01A0h
Replace the CPU module. Make sure that another application is not using all extended memory allocated by HIMEM.SYS. No extended memory. Check installation of the RAM board. Replace the motherboard. For 01FFFFFFh and below, replace the motherboard. For 02000000h and above, replace the RAM board (each 01000000h represents 16MB).
0302h 0303h 0304h 0305h 0307h
Hard Disk Tests 0201h Replace the hard disk. Replace the motherboard. 0202h Rerun the test. If error persists, replace the 0204h hard disk. 0205h Replace the motherboard. 0207h Run BIOS Setup and check the hard disk type. Check internal and external hard disk connectors and motherboard connector. Replace the hard disk. 0208h Transient DMA error. Rerun the test. 0209h 020Ah - Rerun the test. Run SCANDISK or equivalent. 0211h 0220h Replace the motherboard. 0240h Replace the hard disk. Replace the motherboard. 0280h Check internal and external hard disk connectors and motherboard connector. Replace the hard disk. 0281h Replace the hard disk. 02AAh Check internal and external hard disk connectors and motherboard connector. Replace the hard disk. 02CCh Run BIOS Setup and check the hard disk type. Replace the hard disk or the motherboard. 02EEh For the performance test, run BIOS Setup and temporarily select a drive type that has more than 200 cylinders. 02F1h Recreate the Hibernate partition, then run FDISK to partition the hard disk. 02F2h Run FDISK to make one partition active. If necessary, recreate the Hibernate partition, then run FDISK to partition the hard disk. 02F3h Run FDISK to check for overlapping partitions. If necessary, recreate the Hibernate partition, then run FDISK to partition the hard disk. 02F4h Check for the presence of a boot sector virus. If necessary, recreate the Hibernate partition, then run FDISK to partition the hard disk. 02F5h Reformat the partition. 02F6h Recreate the Hibernate partition, then run FDISK to partition the hard disk. 02FFh Check internal and external hard disk connectors and motherboard connector. Replace the hard disk. Replace the motherboard. Floppy Disk Tests 0301h Replace the floppy drive. Replace the motherboard.
Detected and set automatically. Detected and set automatically. Enabled Auto
System Memory Extended Memory System Devices Menu Internal Pointing Devices External Fn Key IDE Controller FDD Controller Serial Port Base I/O address
Enables one or both built-in PS/2 devices. Sets whether left-CTRL + left-ALT on an external keyboard is interpreted as the Fn key. Enables the primary (hard drive) and secondary (optional CDROM drive) controllers. Enables the floppy drive. Sets how the serial port is configured by the BIOS (specified or automatic). Sets the I/O address and interrupt.
640KB Detected automatically. Default Both Enabled Both Enabled Enabled 3F8h, IRQ4
Infrared Port Mode
Base I/O address DMA channel Parallel Port Mode Base I/O address Interrupt DMA channel Audio SB I/O address WSS I/O address AdLib I/O address Interrupt 1st DMA channel 2nd DMA channel Security Menu User Password Is Administrator Password Is Set User Password Set Administrator Password Boot Resume Undock Hard Disk Drive Lock
Sets how the infrared port is configured by the BIOS (specified or automatic). Sets the hardware to support SIR (Standard IR), ASK IR (amplitude shift keyed IR), or FIR (Fast IR) infrared communications. (Driver installation required.) Sets the I/O address and interrupt. For Fast IR mode, sets the DMA channel. Sets how the parallel port is configured by the BIOS (specified or automatic). Sets the port to normal, bi-directional, EPP, or ECP. Sets the I/O address. Sets the interrupt. For ECP mode, sets the DMA channel. Sets how the audio system is configured by the BIOS (specified or automatic). Sets the Sound Blaster I/O address. Sets the Windows Sound System I/O address. Sets the AdLib synthesizer I/O address. Sets the interrupt. Sets the DMA channel for playback. Sets the DMA channel for recording. Shows if a user password is set. Shows if an administrator password is set. Press ENTER to set, change, or clear user password. Password length can be no longer than 8 characters, 0-9, A-Z. Press ENTER to set, change, or clear administrator password. This password protects BIOS Setup settings. Sets whether a user password is required when the computer boots. If boot security is enabled, sets whether a user password is required when resuming from a suspended state. If boot security is enabled, sets whether a user password is required when undocking the OmniBook. If boot security is enabled, sets whether a password is stored on the hard disk. Secures data on the disk if the disk is moved to another computer. Sets whether the floppy drive is a boot device. Disables time-outs, selects a combination of time-outs, or allows customized time-outs. Enables automatic CPU power savings. Absence of keyboard, mouse, and hard disk activity could cause slower CPU response. Sets the period of inactivity after which the computer goes from On to Standby power mode. Sets the period of inactivity after which the computer goes from Standby to Suspend power mode. (Skips Standby mode if that time-out is disabled.) Sets whether the computer goes from Suspend to Hibernate power mode after the indicated period of inactivity. (Skips Suspend mode if that time-out is disabled.) Sets the period of hard disk inactivity after which the hard disk stops spinning.
Hewlett-Packard Display Quality Statement
TFT display manufacturing is a high precision but imperfect technology and manufacturers cannot currently produce large displays that are cosmetically perfect. Most, if not all, TFT displays will exhibit some level of cosmetic imperfection. These cosmetic imperfections may be visible to the customer under varying display conditions and can appear as bright, dim, or dark spots. This issue is common across all vendors supplying TFT displays in their products and is not specific to the HP OmniBook display. HP OmniBook TFT displays meet or exceed all TFT manufacturers standards for cosmetic quality of TFT displays. HP does not warrant that the displays will be free of cosmetic imperfections. TFT displays may have a small number of cosmetic imperfections and still conform to the display manufacturers cosmetic quality specifications. Here are some guidelines to use in determining what action to take on customers complaints of cosmetic imperfections in their TFT displays: 1. The unit should be viewed in the customers normal operating condition. This means if the customer uses the unit predominately in DOS, in Windows, or in some other application or combination of applications, that is where you should make the determination. Self test is not a normal operating condition and is not a sufficient tool to interpret display quality. 2. Use the table below to determine whether the display should be considered for replacement. These are the only conditions in this guideline that may call for a replacement due to a defect in material or workmanship based on the HP Limited Warranty Statement. 3. If a display is considered for replacement, it should be clear to the customer that cosmetic variations on the replacement display may also exist, and may require the customer to use a workaround to obscure the cosmetic imperfection. 4. Customers with cosmetic-based complaints only, that do not conform to the above conditions and tests will not normally be considered for display replacement. It will be left to the judgment of the HP-responsible person working with the customer, to identify work-arounds that are reasonable and appropriate for the individual customer. Customers who must have a more perfect display solution should consider switching to an OmniBook with a DSTN display. We expect over time that the industry will continue to improve in its ability to produce displays with fewer inherent cosmetic imperfections, and we will adjust our HP guidelines as the improvements are implemented.
Table 5-1. OmniBook 4100 LCD Guidelines (TFT)
Type of Imperfection LG 14" TFT, XGA Electrical Imperfections: Bright dots (a) Dark dots (a) Imperfections Not Allowed
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