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Toshiba Portege R200 Maintenance Manual

Toshiba personal computer user manual.

 
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Toshiba Personal Computer
PORTEGE R200
Maintenance Manual
TOSHIBA CORPORATION
File Number 960-519
[CONFIDENTIAL]
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Summary of Contents

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    Toshiba Personal Computer PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual TOSHIBA CORPORATION File Number 960-519 [CONFIDENTIAL]...

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    © 2005 by Toshiba Corporation. All rights reserved. Under the copyright laws, this manual cannot be reproduced in any form without the prior written permission of Toshiba. No patent liability is assumed with respect to the use of the information contained herein.

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    Preface This maintenance manual describes how to perform hardware service maintenance for the Toshiba Personal Computer PORTEGE R200, referred to as PORTEGE R200 in this manual. The procedures described in this manual are intended to help service technicians isolate faulty Field Replaceable Units (FRUs) and replace them in the field.

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    The manual is divided into the following parts: Chapter 1 Hardware Overview describes the PORTEGE R200 system unit and each FRU. Chapter 2 Troubleshooting Procedures explains how to diagnose and resolve FRU problems. Chapter 3 Test and Diagnostics describes how to perform test and diagnostic operations for maintenance service.

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    Text that you are instructed to type in is shown in the boldface type below: DISKCOPY A: B: The display Text generated by the PORTEGE R200 that appears on its display is presented in the type face below: Format complete...

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Touch Pad ... 2-42 2.10 Modem ... 2-43 2.11 LAN ... 2-45 2.12 Sound ... 2-47 2.13 Bluetooth Troubleshooting ... 2-49 2.14 Wireless LAN Troubleshooting... 2-52 2.15 SD card slot... 2-55 2.16 Fingerprint sensor ... 2-56 [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    3.24 Floppy Disk Drive Utilities... 3-55 3.25 System Configuration ... 3-60 3.26 Wireless LAN Test Program (Atheros) ... 3-62 3.27 LAN/Modem/Bluetooth/IEEE1394 Test Program ... 3-69 3.28 Sound Test program... 3-84 3.29 SETUP ... 3-90 PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) [CONFIDENTIAL]...

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    System board ... 4-39 4.21 Internal microphone ... 4-41 4.22 LED FPC... 4-42 4.23 Display mask... 4-43 4.24 FL inverter/LCD unit ... 4-45 4.25 Hinge... 4-48 4.26 Wireless LAN antenna/Bluetooth antenna... 4-52 4.27 Fluorescent Lamp... 4-54 viii [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    Pin Assignment ... C-1 Appendix D Keyboard Scan/Character Codes ... D-1 Appendix E Key Layout...E-1 Appendix F Wiring diagrams... F-1 Appendix G BIOS rewrite procedures... G-1 Appendix H EC /KBC rewrite procedures ... H-1 Appendix I Reliability...I-1 PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) [CONFIDENTIAL]...

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    [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    Chapter 1 Hardware Overview [CONFIDENTIAL]...

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    1 Hardware Overview Hardware Overview 1-ii [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    FL Inverter Board... 1-14 Power Supply ... 1-15 Batteries ... 1-17 1.6.1 Main Battery... 1-17 1.6.2 Battery Charging Control ... 1-18 1.6.3 RTC battery ... 1-18 AC Adapter ... 1-19 PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 1 Hardware Overview [CONFIDENTIAL] 1-iii...

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    Power supply output rating ... 1-16 Table 1-6 Battery specifications... 1-17 Table 1-7 Time required for charges of main battery ... 1-18 Table 1-8 RTC battery charging/data preservation time ... 1-18 Table 1-9 AC adapter specifications ... 1-19 1-iv [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 15: Features

    1.1 Features Features Features The PORTEGE R200 is an ultra thin and lightweight PC realizing cable-less environment on a table by wireless function with an Intel Mobile Pentium-M processor realizing high performance. Microprocessor Intel Mobile Pentium-M A 1.2GHz processor with a 400MHz external clock, 100MHz bus and 0.94/0.81V core operation.

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    The SD Card Slot can accommodate Secure Digital flash memory cards with various capacities. Sound system Incorporates an internal monaural speaker, stereo headphone jack and HW volume. One touch button TOSHIBA Assist Button and TOSHIBA Presentation Button are available. [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 1.1 Features...

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    The internal wireless LAN supports Mini PCI Type III (802.11a/b). Fingerprint sensor The computer is equipped with a fingerprint sensor and fingerprint authentication utility. They enable only person who has registered his/her fingerprint to use the computer. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 1 Hardware Overview [CONFIDENTIAL]...

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    1 Hardware Overview 1.1 Features Figure 1-1 shows the front of the computer and Figure 1-2 shows the system units configuration. Figure 1-1 Front of the computer [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    1.1 Features 1 Hardware Overview Figure 1-2 System units configuration PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) [CONFIDENTIAL]...

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    1 Hardware Overview 1.1 Features Figure 1-3 shows the system block diagram. Figure 1-3 System Block Diagram [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    • PC3300 or PC4300 (400MHz operation) • 256MB/512MB/1GB – 256 MB 256Mb×8 – 512 MB 512Mb×8 – 512Mb×16 BIOS ROM (Flash memory) • One STMicro M50FW080NB5G is used. • 8Mbits of flash memory are used. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 1 Hardware Overview [CONFIDENTIAL]...

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    – LPC Interface (EC/KBC, Super I/O) – IRQ Controller – Serial Interrupt Controller – Suspend/Resume Control – Internal RTC – GPIO – 609-ball, 31.0×31.0mm, BGA Package VGA controller Included in North Bridge [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 1.1 Features...

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    Controls LAN (Ethernet (10BASE-T), Fast Ethernet (100BASE-TX) and Gigabit Ethernet(1000BASE-T) ) and supports WOL. Wireless LAN Card (Atheros) 2.4GHz DSSS/OFDM, 5.0GHz OFDM wireless LAN card is equipped. Conformity with IEEE 802.11 b/g. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 1 Hardware Overview [CONFIDENTIAL]...

  • Page 24: Inch Hard Disk Drive

    Table 1-1 1.8-inch HDD dimensions Parameter Outline Width (mm) dimensions Height (mm) Depth (mm) Weight (g) 1-10 [CONFIDENTIAL] 1.2 1.8-inch Hard Disk Drive Figure 1-4 1.8-inch HDD Standard value TOSHIBA HDD1442BZL01 54.0±0.2 5.0±0.15 78.5±0.3 51max PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) TOSHIBA HDD1544BZK01 8.0±0.15 62max...

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    Speed (RPM) Data transfer speed (Mbits/s) Interface transfer rate (Mbytes/s) Track density Track/mm(TPI) Bit/mm(BPI) Buffer size (Mbytes) Start time (sec) PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Specification TOSHIBA HDD1442BZL01 30GB 4,200 131.1 to 283.3 100(Ultra DMA mode) 16.6(PIO mode) 4,704(119.5k) 31.8k(808k) max 3.5 typical...

  • Page 26: Keyboard

    The keyboard is mounted 84(US)/85(UK) keys that consist of character key and control key. The keyboard is connected to membrane connector on the system board and controlled by the keyboard controller. See Appendix E about a layout of the keyboard. 1-12 [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 27: Tft Color Display

    Table 1-3 shows list the specifications. Table 1-3 LCD module specifications (12.1 TFT) Item Number of Dots Dot spacing (mm) Display range (mm) Outline dimensions PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 1 Hardware Overview Specifications G33C0002C110 1024×768 0.24(H) x 0.24(V) 245.76(H) x 184.32(V) 264.4(w) x 197.5(H) x 5.35Max(D)

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    Table 1-4 FL inverter board specifications Item Input Voltage (V) Power (W) Output Voltage (V) Power (W / V) Current (mA) (f=70KHz) 1-14 [CONFIDENTIAL] 1.4 TFT Color Display Specifications G71C0002K210 5.0 (DC) 750 (r.m.s) 3.6W / 5VA 4.22 (r.m.s) PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 29: Power Supply

    5. Turns the power supply on and off. 6. Provides more accurate detection of a low battery. 7. Calculates the remaining battery capacity. 8. Controls the transmission of the status signal of the main battery. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 1 Hardware Overview [CONFIDENTIAL] 1-15...

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    CRT, ICH6-M, FL inverter, HDD, KB, PAD, Mini PCI, Bluetooth Power AD1981B, Amp, Mic Amp, Line In, Line Out PC Card Power, USB Power Temperature reset IC, LEDs ICH6-M(RTC) Dock Power Dock Power PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 1.5 Power Supply...

  • Page 31: Batteries

    The main battery is the primary power supply for the computer when the AC adapter is not connected. In stand-by (instant recovery) mode, the main battery maintains the current status of the computer. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Table 1-6 Battery specifications Material...

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    Table 1-8 RTC battery charging/data preservation time Charging AC adapter or main battery in use Data preservation time (when fully charged) 1-18 [CONFIDENTIAL] Charging Time About 3.5 to 4.5 hours About 3.5 hours Time 8 hours (approx.) 1 month PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 1.6 Batteries...

  • Page 33: Ac Adapter

    Table 1-9 AC adapter specifications Parameter G71C0001A310 Power Input voltage Input frequency Input voltage Output voltage Output current PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Specification G71C0001A410 100V to 240V 50Hz/60Hz 0.6A to1.1A DC 15V 0A to 3.0A [CONFIDENTIAL] 1 Hardware Overview G71C0004A210 1.5A or less...

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    1 Hardware Overview 1.7 AC Adapter 1-20 [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    Chapter 2 Troubleshooting [CONFIDENTIAL]...

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    2 Troubleshooting 2-ii [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check ... 2-36 Procedure 5 Connector Check and Replacement Check... 2-37 Keyboard Troubleshooting ... 2-38 Procedure 1 Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check ... 2-38 Procedure 2 Connector Check and Replacement Check... 2-38 PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 2 Troubleshooting [CONFIDENTIAL] 2-iii...

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    Procedure 2 Antennas’ Connection Check ... 2-53 Procedure 3 Replacement Check ... 2-54 2.15 SD card slot... 2-55 Procedure 1 Check on Windows ... 2-55 Procedure 2 Connector Check and Replacement Check... 2-55 2-iv [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    DC IN icon... 2-7 Table 2-3 Error code... 2-10 Table 2-4 D port status ... 2-21 Table 2-5 FDD error code and status ... 2-31 Table 2-6 1.8” HDD error code and status... 2-36 PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 2 Troubleshooting [CONFIDENTIAL]...

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    2 Troubleshooting 2-vi [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 41: Troubleshooting

    10. External Monitor 11. External USB Keyboard 12. External USB mouse 13. Headphone 14. Microphone 15. LAN wraparound connector PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 6. Display 11. Bluetooth 7. Touch pad 12. Wireless LAN 8. Modem 13. SD Card Slot 9.

  • Page 42: Troubleshooting Flowchart

    Ask user to enter the password if a password is registered. Make sure that Toshiba Windows OS is installed on the hard disk. Non-Toshiba operating systems can cause the computer malfunction. Make sure all optional equipment is removed from the computer.

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    2.2 Troubleshooting Flowchart 2 Troubleshooting Figure 2-1 Troubleshooting flowchart (1/2) PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) [CONFIDENTIAL]...

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    2 Troubleshooting 2.2 Troubleshooting Flowchart Figure 2-1 Troubleshooting flowchart (2/2) [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    12. If any failure error is detected on the SD card, perform the SD card Troubleshooting Procedures in Section 2.15. 13. If any failure error is detected on the Fingerprint sensor, perform the Finger Sensor Troubleshooting Procedures in Section 2.16. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 2 Troubleshooting [CONFIDENTIAL]...

  • Page 46: Power Supply Troubleshooting

    Procedures as instructed. The procedures described in this section are: Procedure 1: Power supply icon Check Procedure 2: Error Code Check Procedure 3: Connection Check Procedure 4: Charge Check Procedure 5: Replacement Check [CONFIDENTIAL] 2.3 Power Supply Troubleshooting PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    Any condition other than those above. *1 When the power supply controller detects a malfunction, the DC IN icon blinks orange. It shows an error code. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Table 2-1 Battery icon Table 2-2 DC IN icon...

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    If the DC IN icon does not light, go to Procedure 3. Check 3 If the battery icon does not light orange or blue, go to Procedure 4. NOTE: Use a supplied AC adapter (G71C0001A310/A410, G71C0004A210) only. [CONFIDENTIAL] 2.3 Power Supply Troubleshooting PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    “0” Interval between data bits The error code begins with LSB (Least Significant bit) Example: Error code 11h (Error codes are given in hexadecimal format.) PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 2 Troubleshooting Off for 2 seconds On for one second...

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    2-10 [CONFIDENTIAL] 2.3 Power Supply Troubleshooting Table 2-3 Error code Where Error occurs DC Power (AC Adapter) Main battery Second battery S3V output E5V output E3V output 1R5-E1V output 1R8-B1V output PPV output PTV output PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    E5V voltage is under 4.50V when the computer is booting up. E5V voltage is over 4.50V while the computer is powered off. E5V voltage is under 4.50V while the computer is suspended. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 2 Troubleshooting [CONFIDENTIAL]...

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    PPV voltage is under 0.56V when the computer is powered on. PPV voltage is under 0.56V when the computer is booting up. PPV voltage is over 0.56V when the computer is powered off. 2-12 [CONFIDENTIAL] 2.3 Power Supply Troubleshooting PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    Connect a new AC adapter and AC power cord. If the error still exists, go to Procedure 5. Check 3 In the case of error code 21h: Go to Procedure 3. Check 4 For any other errors, go to Procedure 5. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 2 Troubleshooting [CONFIDENTIAL] 2-13...

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    Make sure the battery pack is installed in the computer correctly. If the battery is properly installed and the battery icon still does not light, go to Procedure 4. 2-14 [CONFIDENTIAL] 2.3 Power Supply Troubleshooting PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    Battery pack may be faulty. Replace it with a new one. If the problem still occurs, perform Check 2. Check 2 System board may be faulty. Replace the system board with a new one. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 2 Troubleshooting [CONFIDENTIAL] 2-15...

  • Page 56: System Board Troubleshooting

    1 and continue with the other procedures as instructed. The procedures described in this section are: Procedure 1: Message Check Procedure 2: Debug port Check Procedure 3: Diagnostic Test Program Execution Check Procedure 4: Replacement Check 2-16 [CONFIDENTIAL] 2.4 System board Troubleshooting PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    Go to Procedure 3. WARNING: PRESS ANY KEY TO CONTINUE. If any other error message is displayed, perform Check 3. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) ® XP is properly loaded, go to Procedure 4. Then press [F1] key ...

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    (16) PIC #1 ERROR (17) PIC #2 ERROR (18) KBC ERROR (19) HDC ERROR (20) HDD #0 ERROR (21) HDD #1 ERROR (22) TIMER INTERRUPT ERROR (23) RTC UPDATE ERROR 2-18 [CONFIDENTIAL] 2.4 System board Troubleshooting PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    3. Connect the RS-232C cross-cable to the PC that displays the results. RS-232C cross-cable PC that displays the test results 4. Boot the computer in MS-DOS mode. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Debug port test cable Test board CN3400 System board [CONFIDENTIAL]...

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    6. When the D port status is FFFFh (normal status), go to Procedure 3 7. When the D port status falls into any status in Table 2-4, execute Check 1. 2-20 [CONFIDENTIAL] 2.4 System board Troubleshooting IRT_CHK_INI\SYSI_START Contents of process PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    Enabling CPU cache F006H BIOS rewrite request check F007H Rewriting BIOS F009H PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Table 2-4 D port status (1/8) Message Permission of A20 line and Clearance of software reset Prohibition of APIC Initialization for MCH Initialization for ICH...

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    Initialization of ICH.D30.Func0 Initialization of ICH.D31.Func0 Initialization of ICH.D31.Func1 Initialization of ICH.D31.Func1/2 Initialization of USB Controller Initialization of ICH.D31.Func3 Initialization of ICH AC97 Audio Initialization of TI Controller PIT CH1 initialization (Setting refresh interval to 30ms) PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    SM-RAM stack area test F102H CMOS access test CMOS checksum check F103H PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Table 2-4 D port status (3/8) Message Check of DRAM type and size (in Cold boot) When not-supported memory is connected, HLT after beeping.

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    Judgement of CPU type Check of Geyserville support Setting of CPU clock to “high” Storing memory configuration in buffer Reading EC version Update of flash ROM type Initialization of ACPI table (for executing an option ROM) PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    2.4 System board Troubleshooting LED Status Test item (F107H) F108H F109H F10AH PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Table 2-4 D port status (5/8) Message Initialization of a device that needs initialization before PCI bus initialization Setting of AC’97 Initialization of temperature control information...

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    INT_SYS _ MEM (Conventional memory initialization) (Reboot) CHK_DMA_PAGE (Check of DMA Page Register )(Boot) CHECK_DMAC (Check of DMAC) (Boot) INIT_DMAC (DMAC initialization) (Boot) CHECK_PRT (Check of printer port existence) (model supporting PRT) CHECK_SIO (Check of SIO) (model supporting SIO) PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    LED Status Test item F11DH BOOT_PASSW F11EH F11FH PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Table 2-4 D port status (7/8) Message BOOT_PASSWORD (Password check) Waiting for completion of FDD initialization ( model with Internal FDD) (Reboot) Waiting for completion of HDD initialization...

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    Post-process of PRE_BOOT_SETUP Clearance of PWRBTN_STS Enabling POWER Button Clearance of IRT status Updating checksum for Runtime Contents Error of security initialization Prohibition of BIOS renewal Exception check error Error of Setting clock generator Logo display error PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    If connectors are properly plugged, but there is still a problem, go to Check 2. Check 2 The system board may be damaged. Replace the system board with a new one following the steps described in Chapter 4, Replacement Procedures. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 2 Troubleshooting [CONFIDENTIAL] 2-29...

  • Page 70: Usb Fdd Troubleshooting

    Procedure 2. Detailed operation is given in Chapter 3, Tests and Diagnostics. If the test program cannot be executed on the computer, go to Procedure 3. 2-30 [CONFIDENTIAL] 2.5 USB FDD Troubleshooting PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    “write enable”. If any other message appears, perform Check 2. Write protected Check 2 Make sure the floppy disk is formatted correctly. If it is, go to Procedure 3. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Status Bad command Address mark not found Write protected...

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    FDD is still not functioning properly, perform Check 3. Check 3 Replace the system board with a new one following the steps in Chapter 4, Replacement Procedures. 2-32 [CONFIDENTIAL] 2.5 USB FDD Troubleshooting System board CN4610 CN4611 PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 73: Hdd Troubleshooting

    User’s Manual. Procedure 1 Partition Check Insert the Toshiba MS-DOS system disk and start the computer. Perform the following checks: Type C: and press Enter. If you cannot change to drive C, go to Check 2. If you Check 1 can change to drive C, go to Procedure 2.

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    (Refer to the steps described in Chapter 4, Replacement Procedures for disassembling.). Insert the connectors firmly. If they are firmly connected, go to Procedure 3. 2-34 [CONFIDENTIAL] 2.6 1.8” HDD Troubleshooting (After 5 seconds this message will disappear.) PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    If the 1.8” HDD is formatted, set the 1.8” HDD partition using MS-DOS FDISK command. If you cannot format the 1.8” HDD using the Tests and Diagnostic program, go to Procedure 4. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 2 Troubleshooting [CONFIDENTIAL] 2-35...

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    Bad track error ECC error ECC recover enable HDC error Seek error Time out error Drive not ready Undefined error Write fault Status error Access time out error No HDD 2-36 [CONFIDENTIAL] 2.6 1.8” HDD Troubleshooting PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    Chapter 4, Replacement Procedures and check the operation. If the problem still occurs, perform Check 4. Check 4 System board may be faulty. Replace it with a new one following the instructions in Chapter 4, Replacement Procedures. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) HD FPC System board CN1800 [CONFIDENTIAL]...

  • Page 78: Keyboard Troubleshooting

    Chapter 4, Replacement Procedures. If the problem still exists, perform Check 3. Check 3 The system board may be damaged. Replace it with a new one following the instructions in Chapter 4, Replacement Procedures. 2-38 [CONFIDENTIAL] 2.7 Keyboard Troubleshooting System board CN3200 PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 79: Display Troubleshooting

    Refer to Chapter 3, Tests and Diagnostics for details. This program checks the display controller on the system board. If an error is detected, go to Procedure 3. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 2 Troubleshooting [CONFIDENTIAL] 2-39...

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    FL inverter. Disassemble the computer following the steps described in Chapter 4, Replacement Procedures. If the connections are loose, reconnect firmly and restart the computer. If the problem still occurs, go to Procedure 4. 2-40 [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    Chapter 4, Replacement Procedure and test the display again. If the problem still occurs, perform Check 5. Check 5 System board may be faulty. Replace it with a new one following the instructions in Chapter 4, Replacement Procedure. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 2 Troubleshooting [CONFIDENTIAL] 2-41...

  • Page 82: Touch Pad

    If there is still an error, go to Procedure 3. Touch Pad Procedure 3 Replacement Check The touch pad or touch pad cable may be damaged. Replace them with a new one. 2-42 [CONFIDENTIAL] System board CN3240 PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 2.9 Touch Pad...

  • Page 83: Modem

    Execute Modem test in the LAN/Modem/Bluetooth/IEEE1394 test program. Refer to Chapter 3, Tests and Diagnostics for more information on how to perform the test program. If any error is detected by the test, go to Procedure 2. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 2 Troubleshooting [CONFIDENTIAL]...

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    Chapter 4. If the modem function is still not working properly, perform Check 6. Check 6 The system board may be faulty. Replace it with a new one following the instructions in Chapter 4. 2-44 [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 2.10 Modem...

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    Execute LAN test in the LAN/Modem/Bluetooth/IEEE1394 test program. Refer to Chapter 3 Tests and Diagnostics for more information on how to perform the test program. If any error is detected by the test, go to Procedure 2. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 2 Troubleshooting [CONFIDENTIAL]...

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    LAN harness may be faulty. Replace it with a new one. If the problem still occurs, perform Check 5. Check 5 System board may be faulty. Replace it with a new one following the instruction in Chapter 4. 2-46 [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 2.11 LAN...

  • Page 87: Sound

    The connection of sound system is shown in the following figure. As the connection may be defective, disassemble the PC and check each connection. If the problem still occurs, go to Procedure 3. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 2 Troubleshooting [CONFIDENTIAL]...

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    SP FPC may be faulty. Replace it with a new one following the steps in Chapter 4. If the problem still occurs, perform Check 5. Check 5 System board may be faulty. Replace it with a new one following the instructions in Chapter 4. 2-48 [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 2.12 Sound...

  • Page 89: Bluetooth Troubleshooting

    Perform the test following the instructions described in Chapter 3. If the computer passes the test, the function is correctly working. If the computer does not pass the test, perform Procedure 2. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 2 Troubleshooting [CONFIDENTIAL]...

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    Make sure that Bluetooth antenna cable is firmly connected to the connector on the Bluetooth module. If the Bluetooth antenna cable is not connected properly, connect it firmly and perform Procedure 1. If the problem still occurs, go to the procedure 3. 2-50 [CONFIDENTIAL] 2.13 Bluetooth Troubleshooting PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    Chapter 4, Replacement Procedures. If the problem still occurs, perform Check 3. Check3 System board may be faulty. Replace it with a new one following the instructions in Chapter 4, Replacement Procedures. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 2 Troubleshooting [CONFIDENTIAL] 2-51...

  • Page 92: Wireless Lan Troubleshooting

    LAN. Perform the test following the instructions described in Chapter 3. If the computer passes the test, the function is correctly working. If the computer does not pass the test, perform Procedure 2. 2-52 [CONFIDENTIAL] 2.14 Wireless LAN Troubleshooting PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    Make sure the wireless LAN antenna cables (black and white) are firmly connected to the wireless LAN card. If the antenna cables are disconnected, connect them firmly and return to Procedure 1. If there is still an error, go to procedure 3. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) MP FPC Wireless LAN...

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    Chapter 4, Replacement Procedures. If the problem still occurs, perform Check 3. Check 4 System board may be faulty. Replace it with a new one following the instructions in Chapter 4, Replacement Procedures. 2-54 [CONFIDENTIAL] 2.14 Wireless LAN Troubleshooting PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 95: Sd Card Slot

    The SD card may be faulty. Replace it with a new one. If the problem persists, perform Check 3. Check 3 The system board may be faulty. Replace it with a new one. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) System board IS2101 [CONFIDENTIAL]...

  • Page 96: Fingerprint Sensor

    3. Make sure the first joint of your finger is on the sensor. 4. Slide slowly your finger from the first joint to fingertip at constant speed. When not recognized, adjust the speed. 2-56 [CONFIDENTIAL] 2.16 Fingerprint sensor Fingerprint sensor PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Fingerprint sensor...

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    4. Click “Create Account” button in the (default) condition that the “Computer administrator” is selected in [Pick an account type]. 5. Select the icon of Account (e.g. “TOSHIBA”) that has been made in item 2 to item 4 in [User Accounts] display.

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    2 Troubleshooting 3. Input the name of Account (e.g. “TOSHIBA”), which has been inputted in item 3 in Procedure 1, in the box at the right of [User Name:] on the [Verify Username and Password]. In addition, input the password, which has been inputted in item 7 in Procedure 1, in the box at the right of name (e.g.

  • Page 99

    The message of “Verification Successful” is displayed. Click [Next] button. 7. When [Omnipass Enrollment Wizard] is displayed, you are asked if you want to register one more finger. Click [No]. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 2 Troubleshooting [CONFIDENTIAL] 2-59...

  • Page 100

    2 Troubleshooting 2.16 Fingerprint sensor 8. When [Audio and Taskbar Settings] is displayed, click [Next]. 9. When [Congratulations] is displayed, click [Done]. 10. When [OmniPass-Logon New User?] is displayed, click [Yes]. 2-60 [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 101

    3. In the Windows Log-ON window, scan the fingerprint of your right index finger. Make sure that scanned fingerprint is displayed on the frame of [Logon Authentication] in green and you can log on. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 2 Troubleshooting [CONFIDENTIAL]...

  • Page 102

    2 Troubleshooting 4. After starting Windows, Make sure that the name of Account (e.g. “TOSHIBA”), which has been inputted in item 3 in Procedure 1 at the top of [Start]. 5. Open [User Accounts] from [Control Panel]. Select [Delete an Account] in [Change an Account] and delete the account registered for fingerprint authentication.

  • Page 103

    Chapter 3 Tests and Diagnostics [CONFIDENTIAL]...

  • Page 104

    3 Tests and Diagnostics 3-ii [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 105

    Real Timer Test... 3-30 3.15 NDP Test... 3-32 3.16 Expansion Test... 3-33 3.17 CD-ROM/DVD-ROM Test ... 3-35 3.18 Error Code and Error Status Names... 3-36 3.19 Hard Disk Test Detail Status... 3-39 PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3 Tests and Diagnostics [CONFIDENTIAL] 3-iii...

  • Page 106

    Contents of Test ... 3-66 3.26.4 Error messages and the contents ... 3-67 3.27 LAN/Modem/Bluetooth/IEEE1394 Test Program ... 3-69 3.27.1 LAN test ... 3-69 3.27.2 Modem test ... 3-72 3.27.3 Bluetooth test... 3-73 3.27.4 IEEE1394 test... 3-83 3-iv [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 107

    Sound (Legacy) test... 3-86 3.28.3 CD Sound (Standard) test... 3-87 3.28.4 CD Sound (Legacy) test ... 3-89 3.29 SETUP ... 3-90 3.29.1 Function Description ... 3-90 3.29.2 Accessing the SETUP Program... 3-92 PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3 Tests and Diagnostics [CONFIDENTIAL]...

  • Page 108

    Table 3-4 Error register contents... 3-40 Table 3-5 Error message... 3-75 Table 3-6 Error code for Bluetooth test (BD_ADDR) ... 3-76 Table 3-7 Error code for Bluetooth test (BD_ADDR of the DUT)... 3-81 3-vi [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 109: The Diagnostic Test

    The DIAGNOSTIC TEST MENU contains the following functional tests: SYSTEM TEST MEMORY TEST KEYBOARD TEST DISPLAY TEST FLOPPY DISK TEST PRINTER TEST ASYNC TEST HARD DISK TEST REAL TIMER TEST PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3 Tests and Diagnostics [CONFIDENTIAL]...

  • Page 110

    A USB test module (USB test ) A USB cable (USB test) An external CRT monitor (Expansion test) A CD test media TOSHIBA CD-ROM TEST DISK or ABEX TEST CD-ROM (Sound test) A DVD test media (DVD-ROM TEST DISK TSD-1) (Sound test)

  • Page 111

    The Diagnostics Disk (Main T&D) 3.1.3 Heatrun test program The heatrun test starts automatically after the selection. You will need the following equipment to perform this program. The Diagnostics Disk (Main T&D) PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3 Tests and Diagnostics [CONFIDENTIAL]...

  • Page 112: Executing The Diagnostic Test

    DMI information and system information from the floppy disk. (3) Execute the subtest0A “Acceleration sensor” in 3.20 ONLY ONE TEST to detect/correct the each axis. [CONFIDENTIAL] 3.2 Executing the Diagnostic Test PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 113

    To execute this program, select 1- Repair Main (T&D) in the startup menu, press Enter. The following menu appears. TOSHIBA personal computer XXXXXX DIAGNOSTICS version X.XX (c) copyright TOSHIBA Corp. 20XX DIAGNOSTICS MENU : 1 - DIAGNOSTIC TEST 2 – ONLY ONE TEST...

  • Page 114

    Set the highlight bar to 1, and press Enter. The following DIAGNOSTIC TEST MENU will appear: TOSHIBA personal computer XXXXXX DIAGNOSTICS version X.XX (c) copyright TOSHIBA Corp. 20XX DIAGNOSTIC TEST MENU : 1 - SYSTEM TEST 2 - MEMORY TEST...

  • Page 115

    Use the up and down arrow keys to move the cursor to “ERROR STOP”. Use the right and left arrow keys to move the cursor to the desired option and press Enter. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) XXXXXX xxxxxxx DIAGNOSTIC TEST VX.XX...

  • Page 116

    After selecting this test, the heatrun test starts executing the same subtest as 3.23 RUNNING TEST. For more details on this test, refer to the section 3.4. [CONFIDENTIAL] 3.2 Executing the Diagnostic Test [[ HALT OPERATION ]] 1: Test end 2: Continue 3: Retry VX.XX PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) #####...

  • Page 117: Setting Of The Hardware Configuration

    Flash ROM, press Y, and then Enter. 7. “Create DMIINFO TXT (Y/N) ?” is displayed. Press Y, then the DMI information (text data) is written to the Floppy disk, etc. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3 Tests and Diagnostics [CONFIDENTIAL]...

  • Page 118

    This is one of tools to copy the DMI information to a new system board after replacing. This subtest writes all the DMI data in the floppy disk into the new system board. 3-10 [CONFIDENTIAL] 3.3 Setting of the hardware configuration PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 119

    For more details on the system configuration information, refer to “3.25 System configuration”. Subtest 09 E2PROM test (MAC/GUID/DMI) It checks whether the MAC address, GUID of IEEE1394 and DMI information are written. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3 Tests and Diagnostics [CONFIDENTIAL] 3-11...

  • Page 120: Heatrun Test

    Log Utilities. For more details of the format, refer to 3.22 Log Utilities. 3-12 [CONFIDENTIAL] XXXXXX xxxxxxx DIAGNOSTIC TEST VX.XX [Ctrl]+[Break] : test end [Ctrl]+[C] ERROR COUNT: XXXXX READ DATA : XX : XXX PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3.4 Heatrun Test : key stop...

  • Page 121: Subtest Names

    Table 3-1 lists the subtest names for each test program in the DIAGNOSTIC TEST MENU. Test Name SYSTEM MEMORY KEYBOARD DISPLAY FLOPPY DISK PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Table 3-1 Subtest names (1/2) Subtest No. Subtest Name ROM checksum Fan ON/OFF Geyserville...

  • Page 122

    Read specified address Sequential write W-R-C specified address Real time Backup memory Real time carry PCMCIA wraparound [Not supported] RGB monitor ID Sequential read Read specified address Random address/data RW 1point W/R/C PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3.5 Subtest Names...

  • Page 123: System Test

    *** Test Fan Revolution High speed Start Make sure the fan rotates at high speed and the message of fan revolution for it changes. Then press Enter. After a while, the fan rotating will stop. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3 Tests and Diagnostics [CONFIDENTIAL] 3-15...

  • Page 124

    UUID Number Press [Enter] to EXIT To exit this subtest and return to the SYSTEM test menu, press Enter. 3-16 [CONFIDENTIAL] : XXXXXXXXXXX : XXXXXXXXXXXX : XXXXXXXX : XXXXXX-XXXXX : XXXXXXXXXXXX/XXX : XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3.6 System Test...

  • Page 125: Memory Test

    16KB read buffer and compared the data in the buffers. The read buffer starts from 0001 and the comparison is continued with the following read buffer addresses: 0001, 0003, 0005, 0007, 0009, 000b, 000d and 000f. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3 Tests and Diagnostics [CONFIDENTIAL]...

  • Page 126: Keyboard Test

    Appendix D. KEYBOARD TEST Scan code Character code Keytop Ins Lock Caps Lock Ctrl PRESS [Enter] KEY 3-18 [CONFIDENTIAL] IN PROGRESS 302000 Num Lock Scroll Lock Left Shift Right Shift PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3.8 Keyboard Test...

  • Page 127: Display Test

    This subtest displays bands of gradations for mixed colors, then for red, green, and blue. Next, it displays eight solid colors full screen: red, semi-red, green, semi-green, blue, semi-blue, white and semi-white. Each color displays for three seconds. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3 Tests and Diagnostics [CONFIDENTIAL] 3-19...

  • Page 128

    DISPLAY TEST menu. 3-20 [CONFIDENTIAL] 640*480 64K] 640*480 16M] 800*600 64K] 800*600 16M] 1024*768 64K] 1024*768 16M] (Display example: Mode 12) PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3.9 Display Test...

  • Page 129

    The LCD brightness changes in the following order: Super-Bright → Bright → Semi-Bright → Bright → Super-Bright After displaying with Super-Bright of LCD brightness, the screen returns to the DISPLAY TEST menu. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3 Tests and Diagnostics [CONFIDENTIAL] 3-21...

  • Page 130: Floppy Disk Test

    99 - Exit to DIAGNOSTIC TEST MENU 3-22 [CONFIDENTIAL] (Enter:0/dd:00-79)? XXXXXXX XXX DIAGNOSTIC TEST VX.XX [Ctrl]+[Break] : [Ctrl]+[C] ERROR COUNT : XXXXX READ DATA : XX : XXX PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3.10 Floppy Disk Test test end key stop...

  • Page 131

    This subtest writes the data specified by an operator to a specified track, head, and address. Subtest 05 Read specified address This subtest reads data from a track, head, and address specified by an operator. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3 Tests and Diagnostics xxx DIAGNOSTIC TEST VX.XX XXXXXXX [Ctrl]+[Break] : [Ctrl]+[C]...

  • Page 132: Printer Test

    Subtest 01 Ripple Pattern This subtest prints characters for codes 20h through 7Eh line-by-line while shifting one character to the left at the beginning of each new line. 3-24 [CONFIDENTIAL] 3.11 Printer Test PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 133

    This subtest checks the output and bi-directional modes of the data control and status lines through the parallel port wraparound connector (34M741986G01). (Both output and bi-directional modes are tested.) PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3 Tests and Diagnostics [CONFIDENTIAL] 3-25...

  • Page 134: Async Test

    Wraparound (on board) NOTE: To execute this subtest, a RS-232C wraparound connector must be connected to the RS-232C port. This subtest checks the data send/receive function through the wraparound connector. 3-26 [CONFIDENTIAL] 3.12 Async Test PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 135: Hard Disk Test

    3. The following message appears for whether or not the HDD status is displayed on the screen. The HDC status is described in section 3.20. Select 1 or 2. Detail status display PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3 Tests and Diagnostics (1:HDD#1, 2:HDD#2, 0:HDD#1&2)?

  • Page 136

    3-28 [CONFIDENTIAL] 3.13 Hard Disk Test XXX DIAGNOSTIC TEST VX.XX [Ctrl]+[Break] : [Ctrl]+[C] ERROR COUNT : XXXXX READ DATA : XX STATUS : XXX PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) test end key stop...

  • Page 137

    Subtest 09 W-R-C specified address This subtest writes data to a specified cylinder and head on the HDD, then reads the data and compares it to the original data. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Cylinder 0 cylinder ‘4A5252’ 1 cylinder 2 cylinder ‘149249’...

  • Page 138: Real Timer Test

    Writes 1-bit of “off” data (FEh through 7Fh) to address 0Eh through 7Fh Writes the data pattern AAh and 55h to the address 0Eh to 7Fh Then the subtest reads and compares this data with the original data. 3-30 [CONFIDENTIAL] 3.14 Real Timer Test PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 139

    The real time increments are automatically executed and the following is displayed: Current date : Current time : PRESS [Enter] KEY TO EXIT TEST To exit the test, press Enter. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3 Tests and Diagnostics 01-01-2000 00:00:00 [CONFIDENTIAL] 3-31...

  • Page 140: Ndp Test

    To execute the NDP test, select 10 from the DIAGNOSTICS TEST MENU, press Enter and follow the directions on the screen. Subtest 01 This test checks the following functions of NDP: Control word Status word Addition Multiplication 3-32 [CONFIDENTIAL] 3.15 NDP Test PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 141: Expansion Test

    00002 00003 00004 00005 NOTE: Select the subtest number01, The following message will appear: Test slot number select (1:slot0, 2:slot1, 0:slot0&1)? PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Good Address line REG#, CE#1, CE#2 nn=A0, 90, 80, 00 Data line ww=write data, rr=read data ––...

  • Page 142

    Therefore, make sure only the external display is selected when executing this subtest. 3-34 [CONFIDENTIAL] 3.16 Expansion Test PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 143: Cd-rom/dvd-rom Test

    To execute the CD-ROM/DVD-ROM test, select 12 from the DIAGNOSTICS TEST MENU, press Enter and follow the directions on the screen. NOTE: For the subtest 01, 02 and 03, use the TOSHIBA CD-ROM TEST DISK TDY-01 or ABEX TEST CD-ROM TCDR-702 and DVD-ROM TEST DISK TSD-1. For the subtest 04, use a CD-RW on the market.

  • Page 144: Error Code And Error Status Names

    HUB - SET FEATURE ERROR(RESET) HUB - CLEAR FEATURE ERROR HUB - CLEAR FEATURE1 ERROR HUB - SET FEATURE ERROR(Enab.) HUB - CLEAR FEATURE2 ERROR USB - OVER CURRENT ERROR USB - GET DESCR.ERROR(SECOND) VRAM SIZE NOT SUPPORT PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 145

    3.18 Error Code and Error Status Names Table 3-2 Error codes and error status names (2/3) Device name Printer ASYNC PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Error code Error status name FDD - BAD COMMAND ERROR FDD - ADDRESS MARK NOT FOUND...

  • Page 146

    NO PCMCIA CARD TYPE ERROR ZV_CONT# ERROR BAD COMMAND ILLEGAL LENGTH UNIT ATTENTION MEDIA CHANGE REQUEST MEDIA DETECTED ADDITIMAL SENSE BOUNDARY ERROR CORRECTED DATA ERROR DRIVE NOT READY SEEK ERROR TIME OUT RESET ERROR ADDRESS ERROR PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 147: Hard Disk Test Detail Status

    “1” … Correctable data error is corrected. “0” … Not used (Index) “1” … Index is sensed. “0” … Normal (Error) “1” … The previous command was terminated with an error. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3 Tests and Diagnostics Description [CONFIDENTIAL] 3-39...

  • Page 148

    “0” … The hard disk found track 0 during a recalibrate (Track 0) “1” … The hard disk could not find track 0 during a —— Not used 3-40 [CONFIDENTIAL] 3.19 Hard Disk Test Detail Status Description command. recalibrate command. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 149: Only One Test

    ... Press test number[1-A, 9] ? Select the subtest number you want to test and press Enter. To return to the DIAGNOSTIC TEST menu, select 9 and press Enter. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Pressed Key Display Touch Pad GP Button...

  • Page 150

    Holding a key down enables the auto-repeat function that causes the key’s display character to blink. Press Del + Enter to end the test. 3-42 [CONFIDENTIAL] 3.20 ONLY ONE TEST PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 151

    The parameters appear above the <BUTTON> (1) or (2) corresponding to the pressed touch pad switch highlights. To end this subtest, press two touch pad switches at the same time. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3 Tests and Diagnostics [CONFIDENTIAL]...

  • Page 152

    Subtest 03 GP Button This subtest checks moving of the front operation panel button. Press the Toshiba Presentation button after the following message appears. Press [Toshiba Presentation button] button Press the Toshiba Assist button after the following message appears. Press [Toshiba Assist button] button If the test ends successfully, the display returns to the ONLY ONE TEST menu.

  • Page 153

    NG message appears in the display if an error is found during the test. Confirm the connection of cable, and then execute the test again. Press 9 and Enter to return to ONLY ONE TESST menu. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Port 0 Port 1...

  • Page 154

    If the test ends successfully, the display returns to the ONLY ONE TEST menu. When the display returns to the ONLY ONE TEST menu, remove the slim port replicator from the computer. 3-46 [CONFIDENTIAL] 3.20 ONLY ONE TEST PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 155

    Check if the each LED lights in the same color shown in the display (Message switches Green ↔ Orange). Press Enter and return to the ONLY ONE TEST menu. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3 Tests and Diagnostics (on/off) ] key ! ...Arrow (on/off) ] key ! ...Num...

  • Page 156

    When a PC card is not inserted or a PC wraparound card is inserted, following message appears. PC Card Not Inserted… Press Enter and return to the ONLY ONE TEST menu. CAUTION: PC card wraparound test is not tested on this subtest. 3-48 [CONFIDENTIAL] 3.20 ONLY ONE TEST PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 157

    Flat desk The figure below shows the name and position of each side. Back Left side Figure 3-1 Name and positions of each side PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3 Tests and Diagnostics Vertical plane (heaven surface) Right side Front...

  • Page 158

    When any trouble in the above setting is found, the following message appears and the test halts. Then press Enter and return to the Only One Test menu. ** Setting ERROR! ** Press [Enter] key 3-50 [CONFIDENTIAL] 3.20 ONLY ONE TEST PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 159: Head Cleaning

    2. Remove the Diagnostics Disk from the FDD, then insert the cleaning disk and press Enter. 3. When the “cleaning start” 4. The display automatically returns to the DIAGNOSTIC MENU when the program is completed. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3 Tests and Diagnostics message appears, the FDD head cleaning has begun. [CONFIDENTIAL] 3-51...

  • Page 160: Log Utilities

    6. Write data (WD) 7. Read data (RD) 8. HDC status (HSTS) 9. Error status name (ERROR STATUS NAME) If the power switch is turned off, the error information will be lost. 3-52 [CONFIDENTIAL] 3.22 Log Utilities PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 161

    3. In the case of “error retry OK,” a capital “R” will be placed at the beginning of the error status. However, it is not added to the error count. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) ADDR WD RD HSTS [ERROR STATUS NAME]...

  • Page 162: Running Test

    3. After selecting the selectable tests, the running test starts automatically. To terminate the program, press Ctrl + Break. 3-54 [CONFIDENTIAL] 3.23 Running Test (Y/N) ? (Y/N) ? (Y/N) ? PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 163: Floppy Disk Drive Utilities

    This program displays the contents of the floppy disk and the designated sectors of the hard disk on the display. 4. HDD ID READ This program reads the hard disk ID and displays hard disk information. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3 Tests and Diagnostics [CONFIDENTIAL] 3-55...

  • Page 164

    Another format (1:Yes/2:No) ? (e) Typing 1 displays the message from step (c) above. Typing 2 returns the test to the DIAGNOSTIC MENU. 3-56 [CONFIDENTIAL] 3.24 Floppy Disk Drive Utilities = XXX [[track, head = XXX X]] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 165

    Another copy (1:Yes/2:No) ? (g) To copy another disk, type 1 and the message from step (a) is displayed again. Entering 2 returns the test program to the DIAGNOSTIC MENU. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3 Tests and Diagnostics = XXX...

  • Page 166

    (j) Set the LBA number you want to dump. The system will access the disk and dump a list. 3-58 [CONFIDENTIAL] 3.24 Floppy Disk Drive Utilities is selected, the display will go to step (h). If 2:HDD (1:A, 2:B) ? 2:HDD (1:C, 2:D) ? PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) in (a).

  • Page 167

    Selecting HDD ID displays the following HDD ID configuration. [HDD ID Read (VX.XX)] [Drive #1] Model No. Press [Enter] key Press Enter to return to the FDD UTILITIES MENU. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3 Tests and Diagnostics = XXXXXXX [CONFIDENTIAL] 3-59...

  • Page 168: System Configuration

    12. The number of printer ports 13. The number of ASYNC ports 14. Math co-processors 15. Floppy Disk Drive [Track/Head/Sector] 16. Hard Disk Drive [Sector/Drive size/Manufacture code] 17. T&D total version 18. Date/Time 3-60 [CONFIDENTIAL] 3.25 System Configuration PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 169

    - X Hard Disk Drive(s) - T&D Total Version Press [Enter] Key [Date = XXXX-YY-ZZ, XX:YY:ZZ] Press Enter to return to the DIAGNOSTIC MENU. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) = XXXXXX-XXXXXMHz Code = XX = XXXXXX VRAM = XXXXMB = VX.XX 1st ID = XXH, 2nd ID = XXH = VX.XX...

  • Page 170: Wireless Lan Test Program (atheros)

    CAUTION: Check if Bluetooth or other device other than wireless LAN using 2.4GHz band width is not used nearby. CAUTION: Check that the wireless communication switch is on. 3-62 [CONFIDENTIAL] 3.26 Wireless LAN Test Program (Atheros) PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 171

    Please input the ( s / h / r ) key and push the "Enter" key : Input “r” and press Enter key to execute the Responder T&D for MB5x. The setting is automatically done. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3 Tests and Diagnostics [CONFIDENTIAL]...

  • Page 172

    : Atheros MB5x Responder mode Please exchange for MB5x Responder media ************************************************************ Please input the ( s / h / r) key and push the "Enter" key : 3-64 [CONFIDENTIAL] 3.26 Wireless LAN Test Program (Atheros) PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 173

    (SKU & MAC Check,11b/g communication test) 8 : All the tests of MB5x module (Main Antenna Only) (SKU & MAC Check,11b/g communication test) ************************************************************ prompt SELECT TEST No.(1-8) : 3. Input the test number. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3 Tests and Diagnostics [CONFIDENTIAL] 3-65...

  • Page 174

    The number of packets, throughput and RSSI are measured. When they are over the standard, it passes the test. When it passes the test, the following message is displayed. OOOOOO KKKK OOOOOO 3-66 [CONFIDENTIAL] 3.26 Wireless LAN Test Program (Atheros) ********************************* 11b Communication Test : OK ********************************* PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 175

    Expected failure points Failure of wireless LAN module Failure of mounting wireless LAN module Mounting wireless LAN module not specified PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) ********************************* 11g Communication Test : OK ********************************* [CONFIDENTIAL] 3 Tests and Diagnostics...

  • Page 176

    4. Error in Communication test of 11g mode ************************************** 11g Communication Test : NG !! ************************************** Expected failure points Failure of wireless LAN module Failure of connecting Main/Aux antenna cable or the parts 3-68 [CONFIDENTIAL] 3.26 Wireless LAN Test Program (Atheros) PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 177: Lan/modem/bluetooth/ieee1394 Test Program

    ICHx GbE (i82540) Diagnostics program ##################################################################### 1 ... (i82562 + ICHx) 2 ... (GbE) ********************************************************************* ... Press test number[1-2] ? Press the number you want to test and press Enter. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3 Tests and Diagnostics ###### [CONFIDENTIAL] 3-69...

  • Page 178

    NOTE: The menu displayed by your computer may be slightly different from the one shown above. If a defective is found, NG message will appear in the display. 3-70 [CONFIDENTIAL] 3.27 LAN/Modem/Bluetooth/IEEE1394 Test Program COMPLETED Repeat count = Error count = xxxxxxxxxxxx = xxxxxxxxxxxx PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 00000 00000...

  • Page 179

    CE Test Complete NOTE: The menu displayed by your computer may be slightly different from the one shown above. If a defective is found, NG message will appear in the display. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3 Tests and Diagnostics [CONFIDENTIAL] 3-71...

  • Page 180

    ...Press Key (Y = OK , N =NG) If the color in the LED of the connection checker is orange, press Y, otherwise, press N. 3-72 [CONFIDENTIAL] 3.27 LAN/Modem/Bluetooth/IEEE1394 Test Program :(Operator’s Check!!) PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 181

    Press 1 or 3 key to perform the corresponding subtest. To quit the Bluetooth test program, eject the floppy disk and turn the computer off while the menu above is displayed. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3 Tests and Diagnostics...

  • Page 182

    1 to select the test and press Enter. The following message will appear: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bluetooth Subsystem T&D for PCSE(BD_ADDR) VerX.XX Copyright (C) by TOSHIBA Co. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Initializing … When the machine has passed the test, it displays BD_ADDR. If BD_ADDR has no problem, the following message is displayed.

  • Page 183

    3.27 LAN/Modem/Bluetooth/IEEE1394 Test Program If the target machine has any problem, it displays Error message. The following message is displayed. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bluetooth Subsystem T&D for PCSE(BD_ADDR) VerX.XX Copyright (C) by TOSHIBA Co. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- My BD_ADDR = XXXXXXXXXXXX [h] FFFFFF FFFFFF...

  • Page 184

    SCO Offset Rejected. 0x1c SCO Interval Rejected. 0x1d SCO Air Mode Rejected. 0x1e Invalid LMP Parameters. 0x1f Unspecified Error. ** See the Specification of the Bluetooth System for details. 3-76 [CONFIDENTIAL] 3.27 LAN/Modem/Bluetooth/IEEE1394 Test Program Meaning PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 185

    The Bluetooth test menu will appear. Press 3 to select the test and press Enter of the responder machine. The following message will appear: PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3 Tests and Diagnostics Meaning [CONFIDENTIAL]...

  • Page 186

    Bluetooth Subsystem T&D for PCSE(CS-Air) VerX.XX ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- +----------------------+ +----------------------+ Ready>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 3-78 [CONFIDENTIAL] 3.27 LAN/Modem/Bluetooth/IEEE1394 Test Program Copyright (C) by TOSHIBA Co. Copyright (C) by TOSHIBA Co. BD_ADDR of the DUT = XXXXXXXXXXXXX [h] <- Progress Bar [ESC] : Stop PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 187

    +----------------------+ CCCC MM P O M M M M P CCCC A>_ PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Copyright (C) by TOSHIBA Co. [ESC]:Finish Tester [SPACE]:Start Is DUT ready? Copyright (C) by TOSHIBA Co. BD_ADDR of the DUT = XXXXXXXXXXXXX [h]...

  • Page 188

    Copyright (C) by TOSHIBA Co. BD_ADDR of the DUT = XXXXXXXXXXXXX [h] M PPPPPP EEEEEE TTTTTTT EEEEEEE MM P O M M M M P M PPPPPP EEEEEE LLLLLLL EEEEEE Testing is finished PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) EEEEEEE EEEEEEE...

  • Page 189

    SCO Offset Rejected. 0x1c SCO Interval Rejected. 0x1d SCO Air Mode Rejected. 0x1e Invalid LMP Parameters. 0x1f Unspecified Error. ** See the Specification of the Bluetooth System in detail. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3 Tests and Diagnostics Meaning [CONFIDENTIAL] 3-81...

  • Page 190

    0x2a Not Exist 0x2b Not Exist 0x2c Not Exist 0x2d Not Exist 0x2e Not Exist 0x2f Not Exist ** See the Specification of the Bluetooth System in detail. 3-82 [CONFIDENTIAL] 3.27 LAN/Modem/Bluetooth/IEEE1394 Test Program Meaning PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 191

    This program is executed in the responder machine to initialize the responder machine with the IEEE1394 cable connected to the target machine before executing subtest 01. Subtest03 (1394 GUID Display) This program checks the GUID of IEEE1394. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3 Tests and Diagnostics ************** [CONFIDENTIAL] 3-83...

  • Page 192: Sound Test Program

    Sound (Standard) Sound (Legacy) CD Sound (Standard) CD Sound (Legacy) ( Microphone recording & play ) ( Sine wave ) ( Line IN recording & play ) Exit to Main PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3.28 Sound Test program ###### ######...

  • Page 193

    Loading “mic.wav”. NOTE: The message in the display might have slight difference from those above. The display returns to the Sound (Standard) test menu after the test ends. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) ******* [CONFIDENTIAL] 3 Tests and Diagnostics 3-85...

  • Page 194

    The display returns to the Sound (Standard) test menu after the test ends. 3.28.2 Sound (Legacy) test To execute the Sound (Legacy) test, select 2 and press Enter. NOTE: Sound (Legacy) test is not supported in this model. 3-86 [CONFIDENTIAL] 3.28 Sound Test program PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 195

    To execute the CD Sound (Standard) test, press 3 and Enter. Insert the test media (TOSHIBA TEST CD-ROM or ABEX TEST CD-ROM) or music CD on the market (if the test media can not be prepared). Following menu appears in the display.

  • Page 196

    This subtest plays sine wave while changing its table from 400Hz to 3KHz and also changing the channel from left speaker to right speaker. The test returns to the CD Sound (Standard) menu after the test ends. 3-88 [CONFIDENTIAL] 3.28 Sound Test program PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 197

    3.28.4 CD Sound (Legacy) test To execute the CD Sound (Legacy) test, select 4 and press Enter. CAUTION: Sound (Legacy) test is not supported in this model. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) xxxxxxx DIAGNOSTIC TEST VX.XX [Ctrl]+[Break] : test end...

  • Page 198: Setup

    (b) LCD Display Stretch 8. Others (a) Dynamic CPU Frequency Mode (b) Execute-Disable Bit Capability (c) Auto Power On (d) Diagnostic Mode 9. Configuration (a) Device Config. 10. Drives I/O (a) Built-in HDD 3-90 [CONFIDENTIAL] 3.29 SETUP PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 199

    13. Peripheral (a) Internal Pointing Device 14. Legacy Emulation (a) USB KB/Mouse Legacy Emulation (b) USB-FDD Legacy Emulation (c) USB Memory BIOS Support Type 15. PCI LAN (a) Built-in LAN PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3 Tests and Diagnostics [CONFIDENTIAL] 3-91...

  • Page 200

    3 Tests and Diagnostics 3.29 SETUP 3.29.2 Accessing the SETUP Program Select 0-SETUP in the Main Menu and press Enter key. The following display appears. 3-92 [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 201

    2. Press End and then press Y to accept the factory preset settings. NOTE: When you execute the default setting, the following settings are not changed: HDD Mode Password Write Policy in the CPU Cache PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3 Tests and Diagnostics [CONFIDENTIAL] 3-93...

  • Page 202

    When you select the battery save mode, the following sub-window will appear. Full Power Low Power 3-94 [CONFIDENTIAL] Sets date. Sets time. The following shows full power settings. The following shows low power settings. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3.29 SETUP...

  • Page 203

    NOTE: Too hot condition may cause defect on the CPU. When the hot condition continues, the power is automatically turned off in resume mode. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Use this option to set the battery save parameters on the sub-window, BATTERY SAVE OPTIONS.

  • Page 204

    The user password has been registered. The user password has not been registered. The password is set to Built-in HDD. (This cannot be changed.) Sets only User HDD Password (Default) Sets Master HDD Password and User HDD Password PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3.29 SETUP...

  • Page 205

    SD memory card is set as the boot disk, external FDD is looked for first. Next, SD memory card is looked for. (*2) CD-ROM refers to an Optical drive. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3 Tests and Diagnostics The computer looks for bootable files in the following order: HDD, FDD (*1), CD-ROM (*2) and LAN.

  • Page 206

    Selects an external monitor if one is connected. Otherwise it selects the internal LCD. (Default) Selects both the internal LCD and the external monitor for simultaneous display. Enables the LCD display stretch feature. (Default) Disables the LCD display stretch feature. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3.29 SETUP...

  • Page 207

    Set the parameters for the Auto Power On (automatic power on) function and the Wake-up on LAN in the “OPTIONS” window. To set the time, use Space PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) CPU power consumption and clock speed automatic switching function is enabled. When the computer is in use, CPU operation is automatically switched when necessary.

  • Page 208

    “ All Devices”. 3-100 [CONFIDENTIAL] Disables the HW Diagnostic test function. (Default) Enables the HW Diagnostic test function. Operating system sets devices that it can control. (Default) BIOS sets all devices. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3.29 SETUP...

  • Page 209

    After changing, the display of TPM item is changed to Disabled and this item becomes not displayed and the cursor could not be moved on the TPM item. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Disables the TPM. (Default) Enables the TPM.

  • Page 210

    Sets the priority of the USB memory to be equivalent to the HDD. (Default) Sets the priority of the USB memory to be equivalent to the FDD. Enables Built-in LAN functions. (Default) Disables Built-in LAN functions. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 3.29 SETUP...

  • Page 211

    Chapter 4 Replacement Procedures [CONFIDENTIAL]...

  • Page 212

    4 Replacement Procedures 4-ii [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 213

    LED FPC... 4-42 4.23 Display mask... 4-43 4.24 FL inverter/LCD unit ... 4-45 4.25 Hinge... 4-48 4.26 Wireless LAN antenna/Bluetooth antenna... 4-52 4.261 Wireless LAN antenna ... 4-52 4.26.2 Bluetooth antenna... 4-53 PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4 Replacement Procedures [CONFIDENTIAL] 4-iii...

  • Page 214

    Figure 4-23 Removing the MP FPC ... 4-34 Figure 4-24 Removing the HD FPC ... 4-36 Figure 4-25 Removing the PC card slot... 4-37 Figure 4-26 Removing the LAN/Modem jack... 4-38 Figure 4-27 Removing the system board ... 4-40 4-iv [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 215

    Figure 4-35 Removing the hinge ... 4-50 Figure 4-36 Removing the wireless LAN antenna ... 4-52 Figure 4-37 Removing the Bluetooth antenna ... 4-53 Figure 4-38 to 4-47 Replacing TMD fluorescent lamp (1) to (10) ...4-55 to 4-64 PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) [CONFIDENTIAL]...

  • Page 216

    4 Replacement Procedures 4-vi [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 217: Overview

    FRUs need to be removed. Chart Notation The chart shows the case for the following example: Removing the touch pad. All FRUs of 4.2 Battery from down to 4.6 Keyboard/Bottom cover must be removed PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4 Replacement Procedures [CONFIDENTIAL]...

  • Page 218

    Please read the following safety instructions before disassembling the computer and always follow the instructions while working on the computer. DANGER: 1) Always use the genuine battery that is authorized by Toshiba or compatible with the unit. Since other battery packs have different specifications, they may be incompatible with the unit, and may burst or explode.

  • Page 219

    Screw sizes are noted in the text and figures. 9. As all parts have sharp edges and corners, take care not to cut yourself. 10. After replacing an FRU, check that the computer and replaced part operate correctly. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4 Replacement Procedures [CONFIDENTIAL]...

  • Page 220

    To reconnect, hold the stopper in the up position and insert the cable, then lower the stopper to secure the cable. 3. Normal pin connectors are used for all other cables. Simply pull out or push in these connectors to disconnect or reconnect. [CONFIDENTIAL] 4.1 Overview PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 221

    One screwdriver for LH sticks (for Mini PCI card cover) Tweezers (for lifting screws) ESD mats (lay on work table or floor) An ESD wrist strap and heel grounder Anti-static carpet or flooring A pair of needle-nose pliers PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4 Replacement Procedures [CONFIDENTIAL]...

  • Page 222

    NOTE: The computer contains several flat head screws. These screws have less contact area with the screwdriver, so be careful to press firmly enough to prevent the screwdriver from slipping out and damaging the screw head. [CONFIDENTIAL] 4.1 Overview PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 223

    Screw shape B: Bind screw F: Flat head screw S: Super flat head screw T: Tapping screw U: Other screws (Unique screws: pan head, stud, etc.) Example: B6 ... 6mm bind screw PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4 Replacement Procedures [CONFIDENTIAL]...

  • Page 224: Battery Pack

    Figure 4-1 Removing the battery pack NOTE: Dispose of the used battery pack in accordance with the laws and ordinances of your local authority. [CONFIDENTIAL] 4.2 Battery pack Battery latch Battery pack PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 225

    Dispose always the used battery pack in accordance with the laws and ordinances of your local authority. Use only the batteries approved by Toshiba. NOTE: Check visually the battery terminals and clean off any dirt with a dry cloth.

  • Page 226: Pc Card/sd Card

    To install the PC card, follow the steps below and refer to Figure 4-2. 1. Make sure the eject button do not stick out. 2. Insert the PC card and press it until it is securely connected. 4-10 [CONFIDENTIAL] 4.3 PC card/SD card Eject button PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) PC card...

  • Page 227

    Figure 4-3 Removing the SD card Installing the SD card To install the SD card, follow the steps below and refer to Figure 4-3. 1. Insert the SD card and press it until it is securely connected. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) [CONFIDENTIAL] 4-11...

  • Page 228: Expansion Memory Module

    2. Loosen the screw (with e-ring) and remove the memory slot cover. 3. Press the two latches outward and remove the memory module. Memory slot cover Figure 4-4 Removing the memory module 4-12 [CONFIDENTIAL] 4.4 Expansion Memory module Screw (e-ring) Latch Latch Memory module PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 229

    3. When the power of the computer is turned on, the computer checks automatically the memory size. Confirm that the new memory is detected correctly. 4. If the memory is not detected, check that it is connected correctly. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4 Replacement Procedures [CONFIDENTIAL]...

  • Page 230

    1. Remove the following screw and HDD slot cover. • M2×3S S-FLAT HEAD screw M2×3S S-FLAT HEAD HDD slot cover Figure 4-5 Removing the HDD slot cover 4-14 [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 231

    CN4 of the HD FPC. Figure 4-6 Removing the HDD assembly 3. Peel off two gaskets from the HDD unit and detach the HDD from the HDD holder. Gasket PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) HDD assembly Figure 4-7 Removing the HDD [CONFIDENTIAL]...

  • Page 232

    CAUTION: When installing the HDD slot cover, be sure to insert the HDD slot cover into the HDD slot slantingly and insert the projection into the hole. Projection 4-16 [CONFIDENTIAL] S-FLAT HEAD screw PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4.5 HDD...

  • Page 233

    5. Lift the upper side of the keyboard and turn it face down on the palm rest. Keyboard holder M2×2.5C S-FLAT HEAD M2×4S BIND Figure 4-8 Removing the keyboard holder PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4 Replacement Procedures BIND screw M2×2.5C S-FLAT HEAD [CONFIDENTIAL]...

  • Page 234

    5. Install the keyboard holder while engaging the latches. 6. Close the display and turn the computer face down. 7. Secure the keyboard holder with the following screw. • M2×4S 4-18 [CONFIDENTIAL] CN3200 BIND screw PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4.6 Keyboard...

  • Page 235: Switch Board

    4. Disconnect the switch cable from the connector CN3270 on the system board. 5. Remove the following screw and the switch board. • M2×2.5C S-FLAT HEAD screw M2×8S BIND Figure 4-10 Removing the switch board PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4 Replacement Procedures BIND screw [CONFIDENTIAL] Switch cover M2×2.5C S-FLAT HEAD...

  • Page 236

    2. Install the switch board according to the guide and secure it with the following screw. • M2×2.5C S-FLAT HEAD screw 3. Install the switch cover. 4. Turn over the computer and secure the switch cover with the following screw. • M2×8S 4-20 [CONFIDENTIAL] BIND screw PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4.7 Switch board...

  • Page 237

    To remove the touch pad, follow the steps below and refer to Figure 4-11 and 4-12. 1. Remove the touch pad cover while releasing the latches. Touch pad cover Figure 4-11 Removing the touch pad cover PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) [CONFIDENTIAL] 4-21...

  • Page 238

    5. Disconnect the touch pad cable from the connector on the touch pad assembly. Touch pad cable CN3240 Figure 4-12 Removing the touch pad 4-22 [CONFIDENTIAL] S-FLAT HEAD screw M2×3C S-FLAT HEAD Touch pad assembly PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4.8 Touch pad...

  • Page 239

    • M2×3C 3. Connect the touch pad cable to the connector CN3240 on the system board. 4. Install the touch pad cover while engaging the latches. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4 Replacement Procedures S-FLAT HEAD screw [CONFIDENTIAL] 4-23...

  • Page 240: Cover Assembly/battery Latch Assembly

    1. Turn over the computer and remove the following screws. • M2×4S • M2×3S Figure 4-13 Removing the cover assembly(1) 4-24 [CONFIDENTIAL] 4.9 Cover assembly/Battery latch assembly BIND screw x13 (“4” in the figure below) S-FLAT HEAD screw x1 (“3” in the figure below) PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 241

    3. Remove the following screws. • M2×4B 4. Remove the cover assembly by lifting it up from the base assembly. Figure 4-14 Removing the cover assembly(2) PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4 Replacement Procedures S-FLAT HEAD screw M2×4B S-FLAT HEAD [CONFIDENTIAL]...

  • Page 242

    3. Turn over the computer and secure the following screws. • M2×4S • M2×3S 4-26 [CONFIDENTIAL] 4.9 Cover assembly/Battery latch assembly M2×2.5B S-FLAT HEAD S-FLAT HEAD screw BIND screw x13 (“4” in the figure 4-13) S-FLAT HEAD screw x1 (“3” in the figure 4-13) PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 243: Bluetooth Module

    2. Connect the Bluetooth flat cable to both the Bluetooth module and the connector CN4400 on the system board. 3. Install the Bluetooth module along the guide and secure it with the following screw. • M2×3C PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4 Replacement Procedures S-FLAT HEAD screw M2×3C S-FLAT HEAD Bluetooth antenna cable...

  • Page 244: Speaker/finger Print Sensor Board

    4. Disconnect the SP FPC from the connector CN6170 on the system board and connector CN950 on the fingerprint sensor board to remove. M2×3C S-FLAT HEAD Speaker Speaker holder Figure 4-17 Removing the speaker/SP FPC 4-28 [CONFIDENTIAL] 4.11 Speaker/Fingerprint sensor board S-FLAT HEAD screw PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) CN950 SP FPC CN6170...

  • Page 245

    5. Connect the speaker cable to the connector CN7 on the SP FPC. 6. Fix the SP FPC with the following screws. • M2×3C PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4 Replacement Procedures S-FLAT HEAD screw Fingerprint sensor board S-FLAT HEAD screw...

  • Page 246: Mdc Board

    2. Install the MDC board to the connector CN3010 on the MP FPC and secure it with the following screws. • M2×3C 4-30 [CONFIDENTIAL] S-FLAT HEAD screw M2×3C S-FLAT HEAD CN3010 S-FLAT HEAD screw PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4.12 MDC board MDC board MDC cable...

  • Page 247: Rtc Battery

    1. Install the RTC battery to the RTC battery slot and connect the RTC battery cable to the connector CN9990 on the system board. 2. Stick the two glass tapes. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4 Replacement Procedures RTC battery...

  • Page 248: Wireless Lan Card

    3. Connect the wireless LAN antenna cables (black and white) to the connectors on the Wireless LAN card. 4-32 [CONFIDENTIAL] Latch Wireless LAN card Wireless LAN antenna cable Wireless LAN antenna cable (white) PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4.14 Wireless LAN card (black)

  • Page 249

    1. Install the fan and secure it with the following screws. • M2×4C 2. Connect the fan cable to the connector CN8770 on the system board and stick the glass tape. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) BIND screw Fan cable CN8770 Figure 4-22 Removing the fan...

  • Page 250: Mp Fpc

    CN9500 on the system board. • M2×3C M2×3C S-FLAT HEAD Figure 4-23 Removing the MP FPC 4-34 [CONFIDENTIAL] S-FLAT HEAD screw S-FLAT HEAD screw Kill switch holder CN9500 PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4.16 MP FPC M2×3C S-FLAT HEAD MP FPC...

  • Page 251

    1. Connect the MP FPC to the connector CN9500 on the system board and secure it with the following screws. • M2×3C 2. Install the kill switch holder and secure it with the following screw. • M2×3C PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4 Replacement Procedures S-FLAT HEAD screw S-FLAT HEAD screw [CONFIDENTIAL] 4-35...

  • Page 252: Hd Fpc

    To install the HD FPC, follow the steps below and refer to Figure 4-24. 1. Connect the HD FPC to the connector CN1800 on the system board and secure it with the glass tape. 4-36 [CONFIDENTIAL] 4.17 HD FPC HD FPC PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 253: Pc Card Slot

    To install the PC card slot, follow the steps below and refer to Figure 4-25. 1. Connect the PC card slot to the connector CN2110 on the system board and secure it with the following screws. • M2×4C PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4 Replacement Procedures S-FLAT HEAD screw S-FLAT HEAD screw [CONFIDENTIAL] M2×4C S-FLAT HEAD...

  • Page 254: Lan/modem Jack

    To install the LAN/Modem jack, follow the steps below and refer to Figure 4-26. 1. Install the LAN/Modem jack to the slot. 2. Connect the LAN cable to the connector CN4100 on the system board. 4-38 [CONFIDENTIAL] LAN/Modem jack CN4100 PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4.19 LAN/Modem jack...

  • Page 255: System Board

    2. Disconnect the LED cable from the connector CN3260 on the system board (front). 3. Remove the following screws and system board. • M2×3C 4. Remove the audio cover. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4 Replacement Procedures S-FLAT HEAD screw [CONFIDENTIAL] 4-39...

  • Page 256

    3. Connect the LED cable to the connector CN3260 on the system board (front). 4. Connect the LCD cable and FL cable to the connectors CN5600 and CN5601 on the system board. 4-40 [CONFIDENTIAL] LCD cable FL cable S-FLAT HEAD screw PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4.20 System board...

  • Page 257: Internal Microphone

    To install the internal microphone, follow the steps below and refer to Figure 4-28. 1. Install the internal microphone to the microphone holder. 2. Connect the microphone cable to the connector CN6050 on the system board. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4 Replacement Procedures Internal microphone...

  • Page 258: Led Fpc

    To install the LED FPC, follow the steps below and refer to Figure 4-29. 1. Install the LED FPC according to the guide and secure it with the following screws. • M2×3C 4-42 [CONFIDENTIAL] S-FLAT HEAD screw M2×3C S-FLAT HEAD S-FLAT HEAD screw PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4.22 LED FPC...

  • Page 259: Display Mask

    • M2.5×4S FLAT HEAD screw 2. Remove the display mask while releasing the latches. Figure 4-30 Removing the display mask PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4 Replacement Procedures x8 (“3.2” in the figure below) x2 (“4” in the figure below)

  • Page 260

    M2.5×4S FLAT HEAD screw 3. Stick the six mask seals and four LCD cushions to the display mask. 4-44 [CONFIDENTIAL] 4.23 Display mask x8 (“3.2” in the figure 4-30) x2 (“4” in the figure 4-30) PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 261: Fl Inverter/lcd Unit

    2. Peel the insulator and disconnect the two cables from the both sides of the connector on the FL inverter. 3. Remove the FL inverter. Insulator Figure 4-31 Removing the FL inverter PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4 Replacement Procedures S-FLAT HEAD screw M2×3C S-FLAT HEAD FL inverter...

  • Page 262

    4. Carefully lift up the top of the LCD unit and peel off the glass tape. 5. Disconnect the LCD cable and remove the LCD unit. LCD unit LCD cable Glass tape Figure 4-32 Removing the LCD unit 4-46 [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 263

    3. Connect the two cables to the both sides of the connector on the FL inverter and install the FL inverter according to the guide. 4. Secure the FL inverter with the following screw and stick the insulator. • M2×3C PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4 Replacement Procedures S-FLAT HEAD screw [CONFIDENTIAL] 4-47...

  • Page 264: Hinge

    1. Remove the following screws (back) and hinge caps (left and right). • M2×3C S-FLAT HEAD screw M2×3C S-FLAT HEAD Hinge cap Hinge cap M2×3C S-FLAT HEAD Figure 4-33 Removing the hinge cap 4-48 [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 265

    4.25 Hinge 4 Replacement Procedures 2. Remove the following screws (back) and palm rest. • M2.5×4B FLAT HEAD screw Palm rest M2.5×4B FLAT HEAD M2.5×4B FLAT HEAD Figure 4-34 Removing the palm rest PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) [CONFIDENTIAL] 4-49...

  • Page 266

    4. Remove the following screws and hinges of the both sides. • M3×3S • M2×4B M3×3S BIND Hinge Hinge M2×4B S-FLAT HEAD M3×3S BIND LCD cable 4-50 [CONFIDENTIAL] BIND screw S-FLAT HEAD screw M2×4B S-FLAT HEAD Figure 4-35 Removing the hinge PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4.25 Hinge...

  • Page 267

    3. Install the palm rest and secure it with the following screws (back). • M2.5×4B FLAT HEAD screw 4. Install the both sides’ hinge caps and secure them with the following screws (back). • M2×3C PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4 Replacement Procedures BIND screw S-FLAT HEAD screw S-FLAT HEAD screw [CONFIDENTIAL]...

  • Page 268: Wireless Lan Antenna/bluetooth Antenna

    2. Set the wireless LAN antenna cables on the display cover in place. 3. Secure the wireless LAN antenna cables with the six acetate tapes. 4-52 [CONFIDENTIAL] 4.26 Wireless LAN antenna/Bluetooth antenna Wireless LAN antenna cable Acetate tape Wireless LAN antenna Wireless LAN antenna PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Acetate tape...

  • Page 269

    1. Stick the Bluetooth antenna on the display cover in place. 2. Set the Bluetooth antenna cable on the display cover in place. 3. Secure the Bluetooth antenna cable with the five acetate tapes. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4 Replacement Procedures Acetate tape...

  • Page 270: Fluorescent Lamp

    - Be careful not to soil or deform the lamp reflector. - Make sure that the power of the LCD module is turned off before connecting or disconnecting cables and connectors. 4-54 [CONFIDENTIAL] 4.27 Fluorescent Lamp Supplier Section 4.27.1 PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 271

    3) When peeling off the double-adhesive tape of the insulation sheet, be careful not to damage the TAB and PCB. Production label Insulation sheet, double-adhesive tape Figure 4-38 Replacing TMD fluorescent lamp(1) PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4 Replacement Procedures Tape of the bezel side Insulator sheet [CONFIDENTIAL]...

  • Page 272

    2) Remove the left side screw and right side screw as shown in the figure below. CAUTION: Use a Philips screwdriver with type 0 bit to remove the screws. Production label Figure 4-39 Replacing TMD fluorescent lamp(2) 4-56 [CONFIDENTIAL] 4.27 Fluorescent Lamp PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 273

    (The bezel with double-adhesive tape will be reused.) Release four bezel latches. Peel off the double-adhesive tape slowly. Release two bezel latches. 4-40 Replacing TMD fluorescent lamp(3) PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4 Replacement Procedures Release two bezel latches. Double adhesive tape within the bezel.

  • Page 274

    4. Opening up the PCB 1) Open the PCB to the horizontal position as shown in the figure below. CAUTION: Be careful not to damage the TAB. Figure 4-41 Replacing TMD fluorescent lamp(4) 4-58 [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 275

    1) Remove the cell with the PCB from the backlight unit as shown in the figure below. CAUTION: 1) Peel off the cell carefully not to break it. 2) Be careful not to damage the TAB. Cell Figure 4-42 Replacing Toshiba fluorescent lamp(5) PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) [CONFIDENTIAL] 4-59...

  • Page 276

    1) Check the items shown in the Figure below. Do not let the sheet out of the frame. Figure 4-43 Replacing TMD fluorescent lamp(6) 4-60 [CONFIDENTIAL] 4.27 Fluorescent Lamp PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Do not let the sheet out of the frame.

  • Page 277

    Next, install the cell with the PCB to the backlight unit. CAUTION: 1) Install by aligning the left under corner as shown below. 2) Be careful not to damage the FPC. Figure4-44 Replacing TMD lamp(7) PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4 Replacement Procedures Cell with PCB [CONFIDENTIAL]...

  • Page 278

    3. Folding the TAB (PCB). 1) Fold the TAB (PCB) around the back of the backlight unit as shown in the figure below. CAUTION: 1) Be careful not to damage the TAB. Figure 4-45 Replacing TMD lamp(8) 4-62 [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 279

    Engage two latches of the bezel. Push against to the left side bezel. Figure 4-46 Replacing TMD fluorescent lamp(9) PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4 Replacement Procedures Engage two latches of the bezel. Engage three latches of the bezel. Stick double-adhesive tape of the backside bezel.

  • Page 280

    2) When sticking the insulation sheet, be careful not to damage the PCB, cell and B/L. Production sheet Figure 4-47 Replacing TMD lamp(10) 4-64 [CONFIDENTIAL] Stick the double-adhesive tape of the insulation sheet to the edge of the PCB. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) 4.27 Fluorescent Lamp...

  • Page 281

    Appendices [CONFIDENTIAL]...

  • Page 282

    Appendices App-ii [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

  • Page 283

    CN5601 FL Inverter Connector (8pin) ...C-13 C.15 CN5620 RGB I/F Connector (15pin)... C-13 C.16 CN6050 Internal Microphone Connector (2pin)... C-13 C.17 CN6170 SP FPC I/F Connector (20pin) ...C-14 C.18 J6310 Headphone Connector (5pin) ... C-14 PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Appendices [CONFIDENTIAL] App-iii...

  • Page 284

    Appendix D Keyboard Scan/Character Codes ... D-1 Appendix E Key Layout ...E-1 Appendix F Wiring diagrams ...F-1 Appendix G BIOS rewrite procedures ... G-1 Appendix H EC /KBC rewrite procedures... H-1 Appendix I Reliability...I-1 App-iv [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    FDNFS* board layout ...B-5 Figure B-4 FDNMP* FPC layout...B-6 Figure B-5 FDNSP* FPC layout ...B-7 Figure E-1 Key layout (UK) ...E-1 Figure E-2 Key layout (US) ...E-1 Figure F-1 LAN loopback connector... F-1 PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Appendices [CONFIDENTIAL] App-v...

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    Table C-22 RTC Battery Connector (3pin)... C-15 Table C-23 SW & LED I/F Connector (10pin)... C-16 Table C-24 MP FPC I/F Connector (100pin)...C-16 Table C-25 FS Board I/F Connector (6pin) (not used) ... C-18 App-vi [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    Scan codes with Fn key... D-6 Table D-5 Scan codes in overlay mode... D-7 Table D-6 No.124 key scan code ... D-7 Table D-7 No.126 key scan code ... D-8 Table I-1 MTBF...I-1 PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Appendices [CONFIDENTIAL] App-vii...

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    Appendices App-viii [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    LCD cover before securing the module with screws. Do not force the module into place, because stress can affect its performance. Also, the panel’s polarized surface is easily scarred, so be careful when handling it. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Appendices [CONFIDENTIAL]...

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    4. If water or other liquid is left on the panel’s surface for a long period, it can change the screen’s tint or stain it. Be sure to quickly wipe off any liquid. [CONFIDENTIAL] Appendix A Handling the LCD Module PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    6. CMOS-LSI circuits are used in the module, so guard against damage from electrostatic discharge. Be sure to wear a wrist or ankle ground when handling the module. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Appendices [CONFIDENTIAL]...

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    7. Do not expose the module to direct sunlight or strong ultraviolet rays for long periods. 8. Do not store the module at temperatures below specifications. Cold can cause the liquid crystals to freeze, lose their elasticity or otherwise suffer damage. [CONFIDENTIAL] Appendix A Handling the LCD Module PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    10. If you transport the module, do not use packing material that contains epoxy resin (amine) or silicon glue (alcohol or oxime). These materials can release gas that can damage the panel’s polarization. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Appendices [CONFIDENTIAL]...

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    Appendices Appendix A Handling the LCD Module [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    Appendix B Board Layout Appendices Apx. B Appendix B Board Layout B.1 System board Front View Figure B-1 System board layout (front) PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) [CONFIDENTIAL]...

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    Internal Microphone connector DC-IN Connector USB 0 Connector USB 3 Connector LED Board Connector SW & LED I/F Not used Keyboard Connector Touch-pad Connector Debugging port PC Card Controller EC/KBC PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Appendix B Board Layout Name...

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    Appendix B Board Layout Appendices B.2 System board Back View Figure B-2 System board layout (Back) PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) [CONFIDENTIAL]...

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    FDNSP* FPC I/F Connector Battery Connector LCD I/F Connector FDNMP* FPC I/F Connector Docking I/F Connector Network Connector ALVISO PM Dothan CPU Headphone Connector FL Inverter Connector FAN Connector Expansion Memory Connector PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Appendix B Board Layout name ICH6-M...

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    Appendix B Board Layout Appendices B.3 FDNFS* board Front and Back View (Front) (Back) Figure B-3 FDNFS* board layout Table B-3 FDNFS* board Mark Number Name CN950 FDNSP* FPC I/F Connector PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) [CONFIDENTIAL]...

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    B.4 FDNMP* FPC Front View Figure B-4 FDNMP* FPC layout Mark Number CN2200 CN9510 CN3010 [CONFIDENTIAL] (Front) Table B-4 FDNMP* FPC Name MINI PCI I/F Connector System Board I/F Connector MDC I/F Connector PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Appendix B Board Layout...

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    Appendix B Board Layout B.5 FDNSP* FPC Front View Mark Number PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) (Front) Figure B-5 FDNSP* FPC layout Table B-5 FDNSP* FPC System Board I/F Connector Speaker Connector FDNFS* Board I/F Connector [CONFIDENTIAL] Appendices Name...

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    Appendices Appendix B Board Layout [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    Signal name MRVREF-B0V ADQ05-B1P ADQ04-B1P ADQS0-B1N ADQS0-B1P ADQ02-B1P ADQ06-B1P ADQ23-B1P ADQ20-B1P ADQS2-B1N ADQS2-B1P ADQ19-B1P ADQ22-B1P ADQ08-B1P ADQ09-B1P PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Pin No. Signal Name ADQ01-B1P ADQ00-B1P ADM0-B1P ADQ07-B1P ADQ03-B1P ADQ18-B1P ADQ17-B1P ADM2-B1P MCK3-B1P MCK3-B1N ADQ16-B1P ADQ21-B1P ADQ13-B1P ADQ12-B1P...

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    [CONFIDENTIAL] Appendix C Pin Assignment Pin No. Signal Name N.C. ADM1-B1P ADQ15-B1P ADQ10-B1P ADQ26-B1P ADQ27-B1P ADQS3-B1N ADQS3-B1P ADQ29-B1P ADQ25-B1P MCKE3-B1P 1R8-B1V N.C. N.C. 1R8-B1V BMA11-B1P BMA07-B1P BMA06-B1P 1R8-B1V BMA04-B1P BMA02-B1P BMA00-B1P 1R8-B1V BBS1-B1P BRAS-B1N MCS2-B1N PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    MODT3-B1P ADQ36-B1P ADQ32-B1P ADQS4-B1N ADQS4-B1P ADQ39-B1P ADQ35-B1P ADQ40-B1P ADQ41-B1P ADM5-B1P ADQ46-B1P ADQ47-B1P ADQ52-B1P ADQ53-B1P N.C. ADQS6-B1N ADQS6-B1P PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Pin No. Signal Name 1R8-B1V MODT2-B1P BMA13-B1P 1R8-B1V N.C. ADQ37-B1P ADQ33-B1P ADM4-B1P ADQ38-B1P ADQ34-B1P ADQ44-B1P ADQ45-B1P ADQS5-B1N ADQS5-B1P...

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    Table C-1 SO-DIMM0 connector (200pin) (4/4) Pin No. Signal name ADQ50-B1P ADQ51-B1P ADQ56-B1P ADQ57-B1P ADM7-B1P ADQ58-B1P ADQ59-B1P SMBDAT-P3P SMBCK2-P3P [CONFIDENTIAL] Appendix C Pin Assignment Pin No. Signal Name ADQ54-B1P ADQ55-B1P ADQ60-B1P ADQ61-B1P ADQS7-B1N ADQS7-B1P ADQ62-B1P ADQ63-B1P PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    POD07-P3P POD08-P3P PDD09-P3P PDD05-P3P PDD04-P3P PDD11-P3P PDD12-P3P PDD02-P3P PDD01-P3P PDD14-P3P PDD15-P3P PDDREQ-P3PD IDEIRQ-P3P PDA1-P3P PDA2-P3P PDCS1-P3N HDDLED-P3N PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Pin No. Signal Name IDRSTRB-P3N PDD06-P3P PDD10-P3P PDD03-P3P PDD13-P3P PDD00-P3P PDIOW-P3N PDIOR-P3N PIORDY-P3P PDDACK-P3N PDA0-P3P PDCS3-P3N N.C. [CONFIDENTIAL]...

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    Appendix C Pin Assignment Pin No. Signal name ACCD1-E3N ACAD02-EYP ACAD04-EYP ACAD06-EYP ACCBE0-EYN ACAD09-EYP ACAD11-EYP ACAD13-EYP ACAD15-EYP ACAD16-EYP ACPERR-EYN ACGNT-EYN ACINT-EYN MCVCCA-EYV MCVCCA-EYV MCVCCA-EYV MCVPPA-EYV MCVPPA-EYV ACCLK-EYP ACIRDY-EYN ACCBE2-EYN ACAD18-EYP I/O- ACVS2-E3P ACRST-EYN ACSERR-EYN ACAD24-EYP ACAD25-EYP ACAD26-EYP ACAD28-EYP PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    SDAT0-E3P SDAT2-E3P CN2150 Docking I/F Connector (50pin) Table C-5 Docking I/F Connector (50pin) (1/2) Pin No. Signal name DSKDC DOCDT2-S3N BT2VD D-E3V PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Pin No. Signal Name ACAD30-EYP ACAD31-EYP ACCD2-E3N Pin No. Signal name SDCMD-E3P SD-E3V...

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    DBT20V-S5N PSDA-S5P PWRSW-S3N USBP2-E3P D-E5V D-E5V DVSYNC-P5P LNK-E3N VOID RXP-EXP [CONFIDENTIAL] Appendix C Pin Assignment Pin No. Signal Name D-E5V D-E5V DGREEN-PXP DHSYNC-P5P ACT-E3N VOID TXP-EXP BTMP2-SXP D-E3V USBP2-E3N DOCSDA-P5P D-E5V LAN-E3V DOCDT1-S3N VOID RXN-EXN PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    KBRT04-S3N KBSC12-S3N KBRT06-S3N KBSC14-S3N N.C. CN3240 PAD I/F connector (8pin) Table C-7 PAD I/F connector r (8pin) Pin No. Signal name IPDDAT-P5P N.C. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Pin No. Signal name N.C. KBSC01-S3N KBSC03-S3N KBSC05-S3N KBRT00-S3N KBSC08-S3N KBRT01-S3N KBRT03-S3N...

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    Signal name MDI3-EXP MDI0-EXP MDI1-EXP MDI2-EXN N.C. LAN-E3V LAN-E3V C-10 [CONFIDENTIAL] Appendix C Pin Assignment Pin No. Signal name BTLED-S3P BAT2GR-S5N BAT1GR-S5N DCINGR-S5N SDLED-E3P Pin No. Signal name MDI3-EXP MDI0-EXN MDI1-EXN MDI2-EXP N.C. LNK-E3N ACT-E3N PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    N.C. N.C. N.C. C.11 CN4610 USB Port 0 connector (4pin) Table C-11 USB Port 0 connector (4pin) Pin No. Signal name USBOPS-E5V USBP0-S3P PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Pin No. Signal name N.C. USBBP4-S3N N.C. BTIFOF-S3N N.C. N.C. BTMDL-P3N Pin No.

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    CN5600 LCD Connector (15pin) Table C-13 LCD Connector (15pin) Pin No. Signal name PNL-P3V TXDTA2-PYN TXCLKA-PYP TXDTA0-PYN TXDTA1-PYP C-12 [CONFIDENTIAL] Appendix C Pin Assignment Pin No. Signal Name USBP3-S3N Pin No. Signal name PNL-P3V TXDTA2-PYP TXCLKA-PYN TXDTA0-PYP TXDTA1-PyN PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    MRED-PXP MBLUE-PXP SHSYNC-P5P CRTSCL-P5P C.16 CN6050 Internal Microphone Connector (2pin) Table C-16 Internal Microphone Connector (2pin) Pin No. Signal name (MICIN-PXP) PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Pin No. Signal name FL-P5V FL-P5V N.C. Pin No. Signal name MGREEN-PXP CRTSDA-P3P SVSYNC-P3P Pin No.

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    Table C-19 DC-IN Connector (2pin) Pin No. Signal name ADPDC C-14 [CONFIDENTIAL] Appendix C Pin Assignment Pin No. Signal name FGSPON-S3N USBP7-S3N SPOTR-PXN SPOTR-PXP PWLEGR-S5N PWLEOR-M5V PWLEGR-S5N SPOTL-PXN SPOTL-PXP Pin No. Signal name HEADL-PXP Pin No. Signal name PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    Signal name (P5V) FANG-P3P C.22 CN9990 RTC Battery Connector (3pin) Table C- 22 RTC Battery Connector (3pin) Pin No. Signal name ZS-PWCHKF PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Battery Connector (10pin) Pin No. Signal name BTMP1 PSDA-S5P DBT10V-S5N Pin No. Signal name Pin No.

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    IRMODE-P3P BTSWON-S3P X97BC2-P3P WLON-S3N FRAME-P3N TRDY-P3N AD15-P3P AD13-P3P AD04-P3P X33MPC-P3P PREQ2-P3N C-16 [CONFIDENTIAL] Appendix C Pin Assignment Pin No. Signal name GPBTNB-S3N (NUMLED) Pin No. Signal name IRRX-P3N IRTX-P3P AD18-PSP AD16-P3P STOP-P3N DEVSEL-P3N CBE0-P3N AD06-P3P PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    CBE1-P3N N.C. M97RS2-S3N M97SY2-P3P AD30-P3P PCIRST-S3N AD26-P3P AD22-P3P AD11-P3P AD02-P3P AD27-P3P AD21-P3P IRDY-P3N AD14-P3P AD08-P3P AD07-P3P AD03-P3P PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Pin No. Signal name AD29-P3P AD31-P3P AD17-P3P CBE2-P3N PERR-P3N M97OT2-P3P M97IN2-E3P AD28-P3P PIRQF-P3N PIRQG-P3N PGNT2-P3N PME-S3N AD24-P3P AD21-P3P...

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    CN9800 FS Board I/F Connector (6pin) (Not used) Table C- 25 FS Board I/F Connector (6pin) (Not used) Pin No. Signal name USBP6-S3P C-18 [CONFIDENTIAL] Appendix C Pin Assignment Pin No. Signal name FGSPON-S3N USBP6-S3N PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    Signal name SPOT-PXP C.28 CN9 FS Board I/F Connector (6pin) Table C- 28 FS Board I/F Connector (6pin) Pin No. Signal name USBP-S3N PGSPON-S3N PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Pin No. Signal name FGSPON-S3N USBP7-S3N SPOTR-PXN SPOTR-PXP PWLEGR-S5N PWLEOR-M5V PWLEGR-S5N...

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    CBE3-P3N AD23-P3P AD21-P3P AD19-P3P C-20 [CONFIDENTIAL] Appendix C Pin Assignment Pin No. Signal name N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. MPINTA-P3N N.C. PCIRST-S3N PGNT2-P3N PME-S3N N.C. AD30-P3P AD28-P3P AD26-P3P AD24-P3P MPIDSL-P3P AD22-P3P AD20-P3P PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    N.C. PERR-P3N CBE1-P3N AD14-P3P AD12-P3P AD10-P3P AD08-P3P AD07-P3P AD05-P3P N.C. AD03-P3P AD01-P3P N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Pin No. Signal name PAR-P3P AD18-P3P AD16-P3P FRAME-P3N TRDY-P3N STOP-P3N DEVSEL-P3N AD15-P3P AD13-P3P AD11-P3P AD09-P3P CBE0-P3N AD06-P3P AD04-P3P...

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    Table C- 31 System Board I/F Connector (100pin) (1/3) Pin No. Signal name IRMODE-P3P BTSWON-S3P C-22 [CONFIDENTIAL] Appendix C Pin Assignment Pin No. Signal name N.C. N.C. N.C. Pin No. Signal name N.C. N.C. MDC-E3V X97BC2-P3P Pin No. Signal name IRRX-P3N IRTX-P3P PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    X97BC2-P3P WLON-S3N FRAME-P3N TRDY-P3N AD15-P3P AD13-P3P AD04-P3P X33MPC-P3P PREQ2-P3N AD23-P3P CBE3-P3N CBE1-P3N N.C. M97RS2-S3N M97SY2-P3P AD30-P3P PCIRST-S3N PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Pin No. Signal name AD18-PSP AD16-P3P STOP-P3N DEVSEL-P3N CBE0-P3N AD06-P3P AD29-P3P AD31-P3P AD17-P3P CBE2-P3N PERR-P3N M97OT2P3P M97IN2-E3P AD28-P3P...

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    Signal name AD26-P3P AD22-P3P AD11-P3P AD02-P3P AD27-P3P AD21-P3P IRDY-P3N AD14-P3P AD08-P3P AD07-P3P AD03-P3P C-24 [CONFIDENTIAL] Appendix C Pin Assignment Pin No. Signal name AD24-P3P MPIDSL-P3P AD20-P3P PAR-P3P AD09-P3P AD00-P3P AD25-P3P AD19-P3P CLKRUN AD12-P3P AD10-P3P AD05-P3P AD01-P3P PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    Appendix C Pin Assignment FS Board C.32 CN950 SP FPC I/F Connector (6pin) Table C- 32 SP FPC I/F Connector (6pin) Pin No. Signal name USBFS-S3N FGSPON-S3N PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Pin No. Signal name USBFS-S3P [CONFIDENTIAL] Appendices C-25...

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    Appendices Appendix C Pin Assignment C-26 [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    Keyboard Scan/Character Codes Appendix D Keyboard Scan/Character Codes Table D-1 Scan codes (set 1 and set 2) (1/4) Code set 1 Keytop Make ‘ ~ 7 & BkSp PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Code set 2 Break Make Break [CONFIDENTIAL] Appendices Note...

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    Table D-1 Scan codes (set 1 and set 2) (2/4) Code set 1 Keytop Make Caps Lock ‘ “ Enter Shift (L) No.102 , < . > Shift (R) [CONFIDENTIAL] Appendix D Keyboard Scan/Character Codes Code set 2 Break Make Break PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Note...

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    Table D-1 Scan codes (set 1 and set 2) (3/4) Keytop Make Ctrl Alt (L) Space ALT (R) ← Home ↑ ↓ PgUp PgDn → PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Code set 1 Code set 2 Break Make [CONFIDENTIAL] Appendices Note Break...

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    6. * Refer to Table D-6, No. 124 key scan code. 7. * Refer to Table D-7, No. 126 key scan code. [CONFIDENTIAL] Appendix D Keyboard Scan/Character Codes Code set 1 Code set 2 Break Make — — — PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Note Break...

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    Set 1 E0 AA __________ E0 B6 E0 2A ___________ E0 36 Set 2 E0 F0 12 ________ E0 F0 59 E0 12 ___________ E0 59 PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Break Make With right Shift [CONFIDENTIAL] Appendices Code set 2...

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    Keytop Make CTRL LALT ARROW NUMERIC Scrl [CONFIDENTIAL] Appendix D Keyboard Scan/Character Codes Break Make Table D-4 Scan codes with Fn key Code set 1 Break Make PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Code set 2 Break Code set 2 Break...

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    Make (–) Shift Code set 1 Make Prt Sc Common Ctrl + Shift + Alt + PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Code set 1 Break Make Table D-6 No.124 key scan code Break Make [CONFIDENTIAL] Appendices Code set 2 Break...

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    Common* E1 1D Ctrl* E0 46 *: This key generates only make codes. [CONFIDENTIAL] Appendix D Keyboard Scan/Character Codes Table D-7 No.126 key scan code Make 7E E0 F0 PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Code set 2 Make E1 F0...

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    Appendix E Key Layout Appendices Apx. E Key Layout Appendix E Key Layout Figure E-1 Key layout (UK) Figure E-2 Key layout (US) PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) [CONFIDENTIAL]...

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    Appendices Appendix E Key Layout [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    Appendix F Wiring diagrams Appendices Appendix F Appendix F Wiring diagrams LAN Loopback Connector Figure F-1 LAN loopback connector PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) [CONFIDENTIAL]...

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    Appendices Appendix F Wiring diagrams [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    (Keep holding down the key until a message appears on the screen.) The BIOS rewriting starts. 6. When the process is completed, eject the BIOS/EC/KBC rewriting disk and the system is automatically reset. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Appendices [CONFIDENTIAL]...

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    Appendices Appendix G BIOS rewrite procedures [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    5. Turn on the power while holding down the Tab key. (Keep holding down the key until a message appears on the screen.) The BIOS/EC/KBC rewriting starts. 6. When the EC/KBC rewrite is completed, the system is automatically turned off. PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) Appendices [CONFIDENTIAL]...

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    Appendices Appendix H EC/KBC rewrite procedures [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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    Appendix I Reliability Appendices Apx. I Reliability Appendix I Reliability The following table shows MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures) for each component. Table I-1 MTBF Component Time (hours) System 5,789 PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519) [CONFIDENTIAL]...

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    Appendices Appendix I Reliability [CONFIDENTIAL] PORTEGE R200 Maintenance Manual (960-519)

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