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Acer Aspire One AO532h Service Manual

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    NAV50 Series Service Guide Service guide files and updates are available on the ACER/CSD web; for more information, please refer to http://csd.acer.com.tw PRINTED IN TAIWAN...

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    Revision History Please refer to the table below for the updates made to this service guide. Date Chapter Updates...

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    Copyright Copyright © 2009 by Acer Incorporated. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any language or computer language, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, magnetic, optical, chemical, manual or otherwise, without the prior written permission of Acer Incorporated.

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    Conventions The following conventions are used in this manual: SCREEN MESSAGES NOTE WARNING CAUTION IMPORTANT Denotes actual messages that appear on screen. Gives bits and pieces of additional information related to the current topic. Alerts you to any damage that might result from doing or not doing specific actions.

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    DIFFERENT part number code to those given in the FRU list of this printed Service Guide. You MUST use the list provided by your regional Acer office to order FRU parts for repair and service of customer machines.

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Your Acer Notebook tour ........

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Removing the I/O Board ......... . .63 Removing the Mainboard .

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    Intermittent Problems ..........119 Undetermined Problems .

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    Table of Contents...

  • Page 11: System Specifications, Features

    Supports 1 GB/2 GB soDIMMs for total system memory of up to 2 GB Display and graphics • 10.1" HD 1280 x 720 (WXGA) pixel resolution, high brightness (200-nit) Acer CrystalBrite™ LED- backlit TFT LCD • 10.1" SD 1024 x 600 (WSVGA) pixel resolution, high brightness (200-nit) Acer CrystalBrite™ LED-...

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    1.1 kg (2.43 lbs.) with 3-cell battery pack • 1.25 kg (2.76 lbs.) with 6-cell battery pack Communication • Acer Crystal Eye webcam, with 640 x 480 resolution, supporting enhanced Acer PrimaLite™ technology • WLAN: Acer InviLink™ Nplify™ 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™, supporting Acer SignalUp™ wireless technology •...

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    Environment • Temperature: • Operating: 5 °C to 35 °C • Non-operating: -20 °C to 65 °C • Humidity (non-condensing): • Operating: 20% to 80% • Non-operating: 20% to 80% Chapter 1...

  • Page 14: System Block Diagram

    System Block Diagram Chapter 1...

  • Page 15: Your Acer Notebook Tour, Front View

    Your Acer Notebook tour After learning about your computer features, let us show you around your new computer. Front View Icon Acer Crystal Eye Webcam Microphone Display screen Power button/ indicator Keyboard Chapter 1 Item Web camera for video communication.

  • Page 16: Closed Front View, Left View

    Icon Power indicator Battery indicator HDD indicator Num Lock indicator Caps Lock indicator 3G/Wireless LAN communication indicator Bluetooth communication indicator TouchPad Click buttons (left and right) Closed Front View Icon Status indicators Left View Icon DC-in jack External display (VGA) port Item Indicates the computer's power status.

  • Page 17: Right View

    Icon USB 2.0 port Right View Icon Multi-in-one card reader Headphone speaker/ line-out jack Microphone-in jack USB 2.0 port Kensington lock slot Ethernet (RJ-45) port Chapter 1 Item Connects to USB 2.0 devices (e.g., USB mouse). Item Accepts Secure Digital (SD), MultiMediaCard (MMC), Memory Stick (MS), Memory Stick PRO (MS PRO), xD- Picture Card (xD).

  • Page 18: Rear And Base View

    Rear and Base View Icon Battery bay Battery release latch Releases the battery for removal. Hard disk/3G Wireless LAN communication bay Ventilation slots and/ or cooling fan 3G SIM card slot Battery lock Memory compartment Item Houses the computer's battery pack. Note: The battery shown is for reference only.

  • Page 19: Indicators

    Indicators The computer has several easy-to-read status indicators. The battery indicator is visible even when the computer cover is closed. Icon Function Power indicator Battery indicator HDD indicator Num Lock indicator Caps Lock indicator 3G/Wireless LAN communication indicator Bluetooth communication indicator NOTE: 1.

  • Page 20: Touchpad Basics

    TouchPad Basics The following items show you how to use the TouchPad: • Move your finger across the TouchPad (1) to move the cursor. • Press the left (2) and right (3) buttons located beneath the TouchPad to perform selection and execution functions.

  • Page 21: Using The Keyboard, Lock Keys And Embedded Numeric Keypad

    Using the Keyboard Your NAV50 has a close-to-full-sized keyboard and an embedded numeric keypad, separate cursor, lock, function and special keys. Lock Keys and embedded numeric keypad The keyboard has three lock keys which you can toggle on and off. Lock key Caps Lock When Caps Lock is on, all alphabetic characters typed are in uppercase.

  • Page 22: Windows Keys

    Windows Keys The keyboard has two keys that perform Windows-specific functions. Windows key Pressed alone, this key has the same effect as clicking on the Windows Start button; it launches the Start menu. It can also be used with other keys to provide a variety of functions: <...

  • Page 23: Hot Keys

    <Fn> + < > <Fn> + < > Chapter 1 Function Hotkey help Displays help on hotkeys. Acer eSettings Launches Acer eSettings Management in Acer Management Empowering Technology. Acer ePower Launches Acer ePower Management in Acer Management Empowering Technology. Sleep Puts the computer in Sleep mode.

  • Page 24: Special Keys

    Special Keys You can locate the Euro symbol and the US dollar sign at the upper-center and/or bottom-right of your keyboard. The Euro symbol Open a text editor or word processor. Hold <Alt Gr> and then press the <5> key at the upper-center of the keyboard. NOTE: Some fonts and software do not support the Euro symbol.

  • Page 25: Hardware Specifications And Configurations

    ENE UB6252 card reader support MS, MS Pro, SD, MMC, xD Cache Speed Tech Size 533 MHz 45 nm 512 KB Fan Speed (RPM) 5200 5700 6000 Specification Core Package Acer P/N Voltage Micro- 0.9V- KC.ANB01.450 FCBGA8 1.100V SPL Spec (dBA)

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    System Memory Item Memory controller Memory size DIMM socket number Supports memory size per socket Supports maximum memory size Supports DIMM type Supports DIMM Speed System Storage Item Hard Disk Drive Interface Item Vendor & Seagate Model Name ST9160310AS Capacity (GB) Bytes per sector...

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    400 - 794 typical 5V ±5% Specification InsydeH20 V0.12_Mac Flash 1 MB • Support ISIPP • Support Acer UI • Support multi-boot • Suspend to RAM (S3)/Disk (S4) • Various hot-keys for system control • Support SMBUS 2.0, PCI2.3 •...

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    Item LAN Chipset Features Keyboard Item Type Total number of keypads Windows logo key Specification 0.2175 500:1 235.5 x 143.5 x 5.2 LVDS 45/45 20/45 Specification Atheros AR8114/AR8132 • Supports 10/100 New Acer flat keyboard 84-/85-/88-key Specification Specification Chapter 1...

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    Item Internal & external keyboard work simultaneously Features Camera Item Vendor and model Type 3G Card Item Features Wireless LAN Item Type Features Battery Item Vendor & model name Battery Type Pack capacity Number of battery cell Package configuration Chapter 1 Plug USB keyboard to the USB port directly: Yes •...

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    Chapter 1...

  • Page 31: System Utilities, Bios Setup Utility, Navigating The Bios Utility

    System Utilities BIOS Setup Utility The BIOS Setup Utility is a hardware configuration program built into your computer’s BIOS (Basic Input/ Output System). Your computer is already properly configured and optimized, and you do not need to run this utility. However, if you encounter configuration problems, you may need to run Setup.

  • Page 32: Information

    Information The Information screen displays a summary of your computer hardware information. Information Main Security C P U T y p e C P U T y p e C P U S p e e d C P U S p e e d H D D M o d e l N a m e : H D D M o d e l N a m e : H D D S e r i a l N u m b e r :...

  • Page 33: Main

    Main The Main screen allows the user to set the system time and date as well as enable and disable boot option and recovery. Information Main S y s t e m T i m e : S y s t e m T i m e : S y s t e m D a t e : S y s t e m D a t e : T o t a l M e m o r y :...

  • Page 34: Security

    Security The Security screen contains parameters that help safeguard and protect your computer from unauthorized use. Information Main Security S u p e r v i s o r P a s s w o r d I s : S u p e r v i s o r P a s s w o r d I s : U s e r P a s s w o r d I s : U s e r P a s s w o r d I s :...

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    Setting a Password Follow these steps as you set the user or the supervisor password: Use the ↑ and ↓ keys to highlight the Set Supervisor Password parameter and press the Enter key. The Set Supervisor Password box appears: C o n f i r m N e w P a s s w o r d Type a password in the “Enter New Password”...

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    Changing a Password Use the ↑ and ↓ keys to highlight the Set Supervisor Password parameter and press the Enter key. The Set Password box appears. E n t e r C u r r e n t P a s s w o r d C o n f i r m N e w P a s s w o r d Type the current password in the Enter Current Password field and press Enter.

  • Page 37: Boot

    Boot This menu allows the user to decide the order of boot devices to load the operating system. Bootable devices includes the USB diskette drives, the onboard hard disk drive and the DVD drive in the module bay. Information Main Security B o o t p r i o r i t y o r d e r : B o o t p r i o r i t y o r d e r :...

  • Page 38: Exit

    Exit The Exit screen allows you to save or discard any changes you made and quit the BIOS Utility. Information Main Security E x i t S a v i n g C h a n g e s E x i t S a v i n g C h a n g e s E x i t D i s c a r d i n g C h a n g e s E x i t D i s c a r d i n g C h a n g e s L o a d S e t u p D e f a u l t s...

  • Page 39: Bios Flash Utility

    BIOS Flash Utility The BIOS flash memory update is required for the following conditions: • New versions of system programs • New features or options • Restore a BIOS when it becomes corrupted. Use the Flash utility to update the system BIOS flash ROM. NOTE: If you do not have a crisis recovery diskette at hand, then you should create a Crisis Recovery Diskette before you use the Flash utility.

  • Page 40: Dos Flash Utility

    DOS Flash Utility Perform the following steps to use the DOS Flash Utility: Press F2 during boot to enter the Setup Menu. Select Boot Menu to modify the boot priority order, for example, if using USB HDD to Update BIOS, move USB HDD to position 1.

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    NOTE: If the AC power is not connected, the following message displays. Plug in the AC power to continue. Flash is complete when the message Flash programming complete displays. Chapter 2...

  • Page 42: Winflash Utility

    WinFlash Utility Perform the following steps to use the WinFlash Utility: Double click the WinFlash executable. Click OK to begin the update. A progress screen displays. When the process is complete, close all programs and applications and reboot the system. Chapter 2...

  • Page 43: Remove Hdd/bios Password Utilities

    Remove HDD/BIOS Password Utilities This section provides you with details about removing HDD/BIOS password methods: Removing HDD Password: If you key in the wrong HDD password three times, an error is generated. To reset the HDD password, perform the following steps: After the error is displayed, select the Enter Unlock Password option on the screen.

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    Removing BIOS Passwords: To clear the User or Supervisor passwords, open the RAM door and use a metal instrument to short the U72 jumper as shown below. Cleaning BIOS Passwords To clean the User or Supervisor passwords, perform the following steps: From a DOS prompt, execute clnpwd.exe Press 1 or 2 to clean the desired password shown on the screen.

  • Page 45: Miscellaneous Utilities

    Miscellaneous Utilities Using Boot Sequence Selector Boot Sequence Selector allows the boot order to be changes without accessing the BIOS. To use Boot Sequence Selector, perform the following steps: Enter into DOS. Execute BS.exe to display the usage screen. Select the desired boot sequence by entering the corresponding sequence, for example, enter BS2 to change the boot sequence to HDD|CD ROM|LAN|Floppy.

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    Manufacturer (Type1, Offset04h): Acer Product Name (Type1, Offset05h): Aspire one xxxxx Serial Number (Type1, Offset07h): 01234567890123456789 UUID String (Type1, Offset08h): xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx Asset Tag (Type3, Offset04h): Acer Asstag Example 2: Write Product Name to EEPROM Input: dmitools /wp Acer Example 3: Write Serial Number to EEPROM...

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    Execute MAC.BAT to write MAC information to eeprom. Chapter 2...

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    Chapter 2...

  • Page 49: Machine Disassembly And Replacement, Disassembly Requirements, Related Information

    Machine Disassembly and Replacement This chapter contains step-by-step procedures on how to disassemble the notebook computer for maintenance and troubleshooting. Disassembly Requirements To disassemble the computer, you need the following tools: Wrist grounding strap and conductive mat for preventing electrostatic discharge •...

  • Page 50: General Information, Pre-disassembly Instructions, Disassembly Process

    General Information Pre-disassembly Instructions Before proceeding with the disassembly procedure, make sure that you do the following: 1. Turn off the power to the system and all peripherals. 2. Unplug the AC adapter and all power and signal cables from the system. 3.

  • Page 51: External Module Disassembly Process, External Modules Disassembly Flowchart

    External Module Disassembly Process NOTE: The product previews seen in the disassembly procedures may not represent the final product color or configuration. External Modules Disassembly Flowchart Screw List Step Screw HDD Door M2*4 HDD Carrier M3*3 WLAN Module M2*3 DIMM Door M2*6 Back Cover M2*3...

  • Page 52: Removing The Battery Pack

    Removing the Battery Pack 1. Turn the computer over. 2. Slide the battery lock/unlock latch to the unlock position. 3. Slide and hold the battery release latch to the release position (1), then slide out the battery pack from the main unit (2).

  • Page 53: Removing The Hdd Module

    Removing the HDD Module 1. Remove the three (3) screws from the HDD Cover. Step HDD Cover M2*4 2. Lift the HDD cover up to remove. Chapter 3 Size Quantity Screw Type...

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    3. Slide the HDD in the direction of the arrow to disconnect the HDD from the interface connector. 4. Lift the hard disk drive module out of the bay. NOTE: To prevent damage to the device, avoid pressing down on it or placing heavy objects on top of it. 5.

  • Page 55: Removing The Dimm Module

    Removing the DIMM Module 1. Remove one (1) screw from the DIMM door. 2. Insert a plastic tool to lift the corner of the DIMM cover. 3. Lift the DIMM cover clear of the device. Chapter 3...

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    4. Push out the release latches on both sides of the DIMM socket to release the DIMM module. 5. Remove the DIMM module. Chapter 3...

  • Page 57: Removing The Wlan Module

    Removing the WLAN Module 1. See “Removing the HDD Module” on page 43. 2. Disconnect the Antenna cables from the WLAN Module. 3. Move the antenna away and remove the one (1) screw from the WLAN Module. Step Size Quantity Screw Type WLAN Module M2*3...

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    4. Pull the WLAN Module from the slot. NOTE: When reattaching the antennas, ensure the cables are tucked into the chassis to prevent damage. Chapter 3...

  • Page 59: Removing The Back Cover

    Removing the Back Cover 1. See “Removing the HDD Module” on page 43. 2. See “Removing the DIMM Module” on page 45. 3. See “Removing the WLAN Module” on page 47. 4. Remove eleven (11) screws from the Back Cover. Step Back Cover M2*3...

  • Page 60: Main Unit Disassembly Process, Main Unit Disassembly Flowchart

    Main Unit Disassembly Process IMPORTANT: Cable paths and positioning may not represent the actual model. During the removal and replacement of components, ensure all available cable channels and clips are used and that the cables are replaced in the same position. NOTE: The product previews seen in the disassembly procedures may not represent the final product color or configuration.

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    Step I/O Board M2*3 Mainboard M2*3 Thermal Module M2*4 Chapter 3 Screw Quantity Part No. 86.SAS02.001 86.SAS02.001 86.SAS02.002...

  • Page 62: Removing The Keyboard

    Removing the Keyboard 1. See “Removing the Battery Pack” on page 42. 2. Turn the computer rightside up and open the lid to the full extent. 3. Unlock the center securing latch by pressing down with a plastic tool. IMPORTANT: The use of metal tools may damage the outer casing. Use only plastic tools. 4.

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    6. Disconnect the FFC and lift the Keyboard clear of the device. Chapter 3...

  • Page 64: Removing The Upper Cover

    Removing the Upper Cover 1. See “Removing the Keyboard” on page 52. 2. Disconnect the following cables from the Mainboard. Release the locking latch on A as shown. Release the locking latch on B as shown. Disconnect A from the Mainboard. Disconnect B from the Mainboard.

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    3. Turn the computer over. Remove the seven (7) securing screws. Step Size Quantity Screw Type Upper Cover M2*6 4. Slide a plastic tool between the Upper and Lower Covers to unlock the guide hooks underneath. 5. Grasp the right side of the upper cover and pry apart. Chapter 3...

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    6. Lift the left side of the Upper Cover away from the Lower Cover. 7. Lift the Upper Cover clear of the device. Chapter 3...

  • Page 67: Removing The Touchpad Board

    Removing the Touchpad Board 1. See “Removing the Upper Cover” on page 54. 2. Remove two (2) screws from the Touchpad board. Step Touchpad Board M2*3 3. Unlock the Touchpad cable connector and disconnect the cable. 4. Lift the Touchpad Board clear of the device. Chapter 3 Size Quantity...

  • Page 68: Removing The Led Board

    Removing the LED Board 1. See “Removing the Upper Cover” on page 54. 2. Remove one (1) screw from the LED Board. Step LED Board M2*3 3. Lift the LED Board clear of the device. Size Quantity Screw Type Chapter 3...

  • Page 69: Removing The Bridge Board

    Removing the Bridge Board 1. See “Removing the Upper Cover” on page 54. 2. Remove two (2) screws from the Bridge Board. Step Bridge Board M2*3 3. Disconnect the Bridge Board from the connectors underneath by carefully lifting the board clear of the device. Chapter 3 Size Quantity...

  • Page 70: Removing The Bluetooth Module

    Removing the Bluetooth Module 1. See “Removing the Upper Cover” on page 54. 2. Disconnect the Bluetooth to Mainboard cable. 3. Lift the Bluetooth Module, left side first, to remove it from the Upper Cover. Chapter 3...

  • Page 71: Removing The Speaker Module

    Removing the Speaker Module 1. See “Removing the Upper Cover” on page 54. 2. Remove the four (4) securing screws (two for each Speaker). Step Speaker Module M2*4 3. Disconnect the Speaker cable as shown. Chapter 3 Size Quantity Screw Type...

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    4. Lift out the left speaker while removing the Speaker cable from the cable channel. Ensure that the cable is free from all cable clips. 5. Lift the Speaker Module clear of the Lower Cover. Chapter 3...

  • Page 73: Removing The I/o Board

    Removing the I/O Board 1. See “Removing the Upper Cover” on page 54. 2. Remove one (1) screw from the I/O Board. Step I/O Board M2*3 3. Disconnect the I/O Board cable. Chapter 3 Size Quantity Screw Type...

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    4. Remove the I/O Board by angling the board upwards and pulling it out of the connector bracket as shown. Chapter 3...

  • Page 75: Removing The Mainboard

    Removing the Mainboard 1. See “Removing the Speaker Module” on page 61. 2. Remove the LVDS adhesive tape. 3. Disconnect the LVDS cable and remove the cable from the cable channel. 4. Disconnect the AC cable as shown. Chapter 3...

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    5. Remove the one (1) screw securing the Mainboard to the Lower Cover. Step Size Quantity Screw Type Mainboard M2*4 6. Lift the Mainboard from the side opposite the connector bracket, then remove it from the Lower Cover. 7. Remove the DC-in port from the Lower Cover. Chapter 3...

  • Page 77: Removing The Thermal Module

    Removing the Thermal Module 1. See “Removing the Mainboard” on page 65. 2. Disconnect the Fan cable from the Mainboard. 3. Remove the three (3) securing screws from the Thermal Module. Step Thermal Module M2*4 Chapter 3 Size Quantity Screw Type...

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    4. Lift the Thermal Module clear of the Mainboard. Chapter 3...

  • Page 79: Removing The Lcd Module

    Removing the LCD Module IMPORTANT: Cable paths and positioning may not represent the actual model. During the removal and replacement of the LCD Module, ensure all available cable channels and clips are used and that the cables are replaced in the same position. 1.

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    4. Pull the black antenna cable through the Lower Cover and release it from the cable channel as shown. 5. Remove two (2) screws from the LCD Assembly. Step Size Quantity Screw Type LCD Assembly M2*4 6. Lift the LCD Assembly clear of the device. Chapter 3...

  • Page 81: Lcd Module Disassembly Process, Lcd Module Disassembly Flowchart

    LCD Module Disassembly Process IMPORTANT: Cable paths and positioning may not represent the actual model. During the removal and replacement of components, ensure all available cable channels and clips are used and that the cables are replaced in the same position. NOTE: The product previews seen in the disassembly procedures may not represent the final product color or configuration.

  • Page 82: Removing The Lcd Bezel

    Removing the LCD Bezel 1. See “Removing the LCD Module” on page 69. 2. Remove the two (2) screw caps and two (2) screws from the LCD Bezel. Step LCD Bezel M2*4 3. Carefully pry the LCD Bezel from the LCD Assembly using both hands. If necessary, use a plastic pry to release the corners of the bezel.

  • Page 83: Removing The Camera Board

    Removing the Camera Board 1. See “Removing the LCD Bezel” on page 72. CAUTION: Do not use excessive force when handling the Web Camera Board. 2. Disconnect the cable from the Web Camera Board as shown. 3. Detach the Web Camera Board while being careful not to handle the board with excessive force. Chapter 3...

  • Page 84: Removing The Lcd Panel

    Removing the LCD Panel 1. See “Removing the Camera Board” on page 73. 2. Remove the four (4) securing screws from the LCD Panel. Step LCD Panel M2*4 3. Remove the LVDS foil tab and pull the LVDS cable away from the channel as shown. 4.

  • Page 85: Removing The Microphone Set

    Removing the Microphone Set 1. See “Removing the LCD Panel” on page 74. 2. Remove the foil tabs from the Microphone set while lifting the cable away from the cable channel. 3. Continue removing the foil tabs and pulling the cable away. The cable channel is highlighted between the green lines.

  • Page 86: Removing The Wlan Antennas

    Removing the WLAN Antennas 1. See “Removing the LCD Panel” on page 74. 2. Peel back the foil tabs on the black antenna cable. 3. Pull the cable away from the cable channel, which is highlighted between the green lines. 4.

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    5. Peel back the foil tabs on the white antenna cable. 6. Pull the cable away from the cable channel, which is highlighted between the green lines. 7. Pry the antenna pad clear of the bracket. Chapter 3...

  • Page 88: Removing The Lcd Brackets

    Removing the LCD Brackets 1. See “Removing the Microphone Set” on page 75. 2. Turn the LCD Panel over and peel away the LVDS cable. 3. Detach the clear connector tape and disconnect the LVDS cable. 4. Remove four (4) screws that secure the LCD Panel. Step LCD Brackets M2*4...

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    5. Remove two (2) brackets from the LCD Panel. Chapter 3...

  • Page 90: Lcd Module Reassembly Procedure, Replacing The Lcd Brackets

    LCD Module Reassembly Procedure Replacing the LCD Brackets 1. Replace two (2) brackets to the LCD Panel. 2. Secure the LCD Panel using four (4) screws. 3. Connect the LVDS cable to the LCD Panel and reattach the clear connector tape. Chapter 3...

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    CAUTION: Align the cable with the camera module. If the cable is misaligned, the camera module may shift causing the camera to sit in the wrong location. 4. Lay the cable across the LCD Panel in the area indicated between the green lines. Press down to adhere the cable.

  • Page 92: Replacing The Wlan Antennas

    Replacing the WLAN Antennas 1. Place the antenna pad in the bracket. 3. Adhere the foil tabs to the white antenna cable. 5. Run the cable along the cable channel, which is highlighted between the green lines. 2. Run the cable along the cable channel, which is highlighted between the green lines.

  • Page 93: Replacing The Microphone Set

    Replacing the Microphone Set 1. Replace the Microphone set and fold over the foil tab. 2. Run the cable along the cable channel while adhereing the foil tabs. The cable channel is highlighted between the green lines. 3. Secure the last foil tab near the bottom left of the bracket. Chapter 3...

  • Page 94: Replacing The Lcd Panel

    Replacing the LCD Panel 1. Place the LCD Panel in the LCD Bracket. 2. Secure the LCD Assembly using four (4) screws. 3. Run the LVDS cable in the cable channel while replacing the foil tabs. Chapter 3...

  • Page 95: Replacing The Camera Board

    Replacing the Camera Board CAUTION: Do not handle the Web Camera Board with excessive force. 1. Attach the Web Camera Board to the inside of the bracket. Press down to secure the board in place. 2. Connect the Camera cable as shown. Chapter 3...

  • Page 96: Replacing The Lcd Bezel

    Replacing the LCD Bezel 1. Place the LCD Bezel on the LCD Assembly. Press down on all sides to make sure the bezel is fitted securely. 2. Secure the LCD Bezel using two (2) screws and two (2) screw caps. Chapter 3...

  • Page 97: Main Module Reassembly Procedure, Replacing The Lcd Module

    Main Module Reassembly Procedure Replacing the LCD Module 1. Place the LCD Module on the Lower Cover. 2. Secure the LCD Module using two (2) screws. 3. Run the black antenna cable through the cable channel and pull it through the casing as shown. Chapter 3...

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    4. Run the white antenna cable through the cable channel and pull it through the casing as shown. 5. Turn the device over and continue running the white antenna cable through the cable channel. Make sure the cable is secured under the cable clips indicated. Chapter 3...

  • Page 99: Replacing The Thermal Module

    Replacing the Thermal Module IMPORTANT: Ensure all heat pads are in place before replacing the Thermal Module. The following thermal pads are approved for use: Eapus XR-PE • 1. Align the screw holes on the Thermal Module and Mainboard and replace the module. 2.

  • Page 100: Replacing The Mainboard

    Replacing the Mainboard 1. Place the DC-in port in the Lower Cover. 3. Secure the Mainboard using one (1) screw. 5. Run the LVDS cable along the cable channel as shown. 2. Replace the Mainboard by lining up the connector bracket before replacing completely.

  • Page 101: Replacing The I/o Board

    7. Replace the LVDS adhesive tape. Replacing the I/O Board 1. Replace the I/O Board by lining up the board with the connector bracket as shown. 3. Secure the I/O Board by replacing one (1) screw. Chapter 3 2. Connect the I/O cable.

  • Page 102: Replacing The Speaker Module, Replacing The Bluetooth Module

    Replacing the Speaker Module 1. Secure the Speaker Module by replacing four (4) screws. 2. Connect the Speaker cable as shown. Replacing the Bluetooth Module 1. Attach the Bluetooth Board to the casing. Press down to secure it in place. 2.

  • Page 103: Replacing The Bridge Board

    Replacing the Bridge Board 1. Notice the connectors located on the underside of the Bridge Board. Reconnect the Bridge Board by lining the board up with the connectors as shown. NOTE: Press down firmly to ensure the two connectors are properly seated. 2.

  • Page 104: Replacing The Led Board, Replacing The Touchpad Board

    Replacing the LED Board 1. Place the LED Board in the device. 2. Secure the LED Board using one (1) screw. Replacing the Touchpad Board 1. Place the Touchpad Board in the device, while pressing down on the FFC to adhere it to the Upper Cover. Chapter 3...

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    2. Secure the Touchpad Board using two (2) screws. 3. Connect the Touchpad cable and lock the connector. Chapter 3...

  • Page 106: Replacing The Upper Cover

    Replacing the Upper Cover 1. Place the Upper Cover on the Lower Cover. Press down firmly to ensure that the covers are locked together. 2. Secure the Upper Cover using seven (7) screws. Chapter 3...

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    3. Reconnect the following cables to the Mainboard. Connect A to the Mainboard. Connect B to the Mainboard. Chapter 3 Secure the locking latch on A as shown. Secure the locking latch on B as shown.

  • Page 108: Replacing The Keyboard

    Replacing the Keyboard 1. Turn the computer over. Insert the Keyboard FPC in to the Mainboard connector. 3. Turn the Keyboard over and slide it in the direction of the arrow. Press down around the edges of the Keyboard to engage the locking latches. 4.

  • Page 109: Replacing The Wlan Module, Replacing The Dimm Module

    Replacing the WLAN Module 1. Replace the WLAN card. 2. Secure the WLAN module using one (1) screw. Replacing the DIMM Module 1. Line the DIMMcard up with the slot. Chapter 3 3. Connect two (2) antenna cables to the WLAN module.

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    3. Replace the DIMM cover by first lining up the guide 4. Press down on the cover to lock all guide hooks. The hooks on the top edge. cover should be flush with the device. 5. Secure the DIMM cover using one (1) screw. Chapter 3...

  • Page 111: Replacing The Hard Disk Drive Module

    Replacing the Hard Disk Drive Module 1. Insert the HDD in to the HDD Carrier and secure the Carrier to the HDD by replacing the four (4) screws. 2. Insert the HDD Module into the Lower Cover as shown. 4. Replace the HDD door by lining up the guide hooks as shown.

  • Page 112: Replacing The Battery Pack

    Replacing the Battery Pack 1. Slide and hold the battery release latch to the release position (1), then insert the battery pack in to the main unit (2). 2. Slide the battery lock/unlock latch to the lock position. Chapter 3...

  • Page 113: Troubleshooting, Common Problems

    Common Problems Use the following procedure as a guide for computer problems. NOTE: The diagnostic tests are intended to test only Acer products. Non-Acer products, prototype cards, or modified options can give false errors and invalid system responses. Obtain the failing symptoms in as much detail as possible.

  • Page 114: Power On Issue

    Power On Issue If the system doesn’t power on, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem. Do not replace non-defective FRUs: Computer Shuts down Intermittently If the system powers off at intervals, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem. Check the power cable is properly connected to the computer and the electrical outlet.

  • Page 115: No Display Issue

    No Display Issue If the Display doesn’t work, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem. Do not replace non-defective FRUs: Replace LCD panel/cable No POST or Video If the POST or video doesn’t display, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem. Make sure that the internal display is selected.

  • Page 116: Random Loss Of Bios Settings

    Abnormal Video Display If video displays abnormally, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem. Reboot the computer. If permanent vertical/horizontal lines or dark spots display in the same location, the LCD is faulty and should be replaced. See “Disassembly Process” on page 40. If extensive pixel damage is present (different colored spots in the same locations on the screen), the LCD is faulty and should be replaced.

  • Page 117: Lcd Failure, Built-in Keyboard Failure

    LCD Failure If the LCD fails, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem. Do not replace non- defective FRUs: Built-In Keyboard Failure If the built-in Keyboard fails, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem. Do not replace non-defective FRUs: Chapter 4 Start...

  • Page 118: Touchpad Failure

    TouchPad Failure If the TouchPad doesn’t work, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem. Do not replace non-defective FRUs: Start Check M/B T/P FFC Check Logic Upper Swap M/B Re-assemble the T/P FFC to Swap/Re- assemble the T/P board or T/P FFC...

  • Page 119: Internal Speaker Failure

    Internal Speaker Failure If the internal Speakers fail, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem. Do not replace non-defective FRUs: Sound Problems If sound problems are experienced, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem. Reboot the computer.

  • Page 120

    Remove and recently installed hardware or software. Restore system and file settings from a known good date using System Restore. If the issue is not fixed, repeat the preceding steps and select an earlier time and date. 10. Reinstall the Operating System. 11.

  • Page 121: Internal Microphone Failure

    Internal Microphone Failure If the internal Microphone fails, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem. Do not replace non-defective FRUs: Microphone Problems If internal or external Microphones do no operate correctly, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem.

  • Page 122: Hdd Not Operating Correctly

    HDD Not Operating Correctly If the HDD does not operate correctly, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem. Disconnect all external devices. Run a complete virus scan using up-to-date software to ensure the computer is virus free. Run the Windows Vista Startup Repair Utility: insert the Windows Vista Operating System DVD in the ODD and restart the computer.

  • Page 123: Usb Failure (rightside)

    USB Failure (Rightside) If the rightside USB port fails, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem. Do not replace non-defective FRUs: Chapter 4 Start Check IO/B to M/B CONN Check IO/B Swap M/B Re-assemble the IO/B CONN to M/B Swap IO/B...

  • Page 124: Wireless Function Test Failure

    Wireless Function Test Failure If the wireless function test fails, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem. Do not replace non-defective FRUs: Start Check WL antenna to WL card Check antenna Check WL card Swap M/B Re-assemble the antenna to WL card...

  • Page 125: G Function Test Failure

    3G Function Test Failure If the 3G function test fails, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem. Do not replace non-defective FRUs: Chapter 4 Start Check 3G antenna to 3G card Check antenna Check 3G card Swap M/B Re-assemble...

  • Page 126: Switch Failure

    Switch Failure If the switches fail, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem. Do not replace non- defective FRUs: Start Check IO/B to M/B FFC Check IO/B and FFC Swap M/B Re-assemble the IO/B FFC to M/B Swap The IO/B Chapter 4...

  • Page 127: Thermal Units Failure, Power Button Failure

    Thermal Units Failure If the thermal units fail, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem. Do not replace non- defective FRUs: Power Button Failure If the Power Button fails, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem. Do not replace non-defective FRUs: Chapter 4 START...

  • Page 128: External Mouse Failure, Other Failures

    External Mouse Failure If an external Mouse fails, perform the following actions one at a time to correct the problem. Try an alternative mouse. If the mouse uses a wireless connection, insert new batteries and confirm there is a good connection. See the mouse user manual.

  • Page 129: Intermittent Problems, Undetermined Problems

    Issue” on page 104): Power-off the computer. Visually check them for damage. If any problems are found, replace the FRU. Remove or disconnect all of the following devices: • Non-Acer devices • Printer, mouse, and other external devices • Battery pack •...

  • Page 130: Motherboard Cmos Discharge

    Motherboard CMOS Discharge If any problems such as incorrect CMOS settings, the CMOS data can be cleared by short-circuiting the CMOS jumpers. Remove the Back Cover and use a metal conductivity tool to short-circuit the jumpers near the DIMM Module. Chapter 4...

  • Page 131: Post Code Reference Tables, Memory

    POST Code Reference Tables These tables describe the POST codes and components of the POST process. Sec: NO_EVICTION_MODE_DEBUG EQU 1 (CommonPlatform\sec\Ia32\SecCore.inc) Code 0xC2 MTRR setup 0xC3 Enable cache 0xC4 Establish cache tags 0xC5 Enter NEM, Place the BSP in No Fill mode, set CR0.CD = 1, CR0.NW = 0. 0xCF Cache Init Finished Memory:...

  • Page 132: Bds & Specific Action

    Code 0x27 Enable DRAM Channel I/O Buffers 0x28 Enable all clocks on populated rows 0x29 Perform JEDEC memory initialization for all memory rows 0x30 Perform steps required after memory init 0x31 Program DRAM throttling and throttling event registers 0x32 Setup DRAM control register for normal operation and enable 0x33 Enable RCOMP 0x34...

  • Page 133: Each Peim Entry Point Used In 80_port, Each Driver Entry Point Used In 80_port

    Each PEIM entry point used in 80_PORT Code 0x00 0x01 PEI_EVENT_LOG 0xA1 PEI_OEM_SERVICE 0xA2 PEI_SIO_INIT 0xA3 PEI_MONO_STATUS_CODE 0xA4 PEI_CPU_IO_PCI_CFG 0x06 PEI_CPU_IO 0x07 PEI_PCI_CFG 0xA5 PEI_CPU_PEIM 0xA6 PEI_PLATFORM_STAGE1 0xA7 PEI_VARIABLE 0xA8 PEI_SB_INIT 0x0C PEI_CAPSULE 0xAA PEI_PLATFORM_STAGE2 0xAC PEI_SB_SMBUS_ARP_DISABLED 0x0F PEI_HOST_TO_SYSTEM 0x40 PEI_MEMORY_INIT 0x41 PEI_S3_RESUME...

  • Page 134

    Code 0xC4 SECURITY_STUB 0xC5 DXE_CPU_IO 0xC6 CF9_RESET 0xC7 PC_RTC 0xC8 STATUS_CODE 0xC9 VARIABLE EMU_VARIABLE 0xD9 DXE_CHIPSET_INIT 0x45 DXE_ALERT_FORMAT 0xD6 PCI_HOST_BRIDGE 0xD7 PCI_EXPRESS 0xD5 DXE_SB_INIT 0xDA IDE_CONTROLLER 0xDB SATA_CONTROLLER 0xDD SB_SM_BUS 0xE7 ISA_ACPI_DRIVER 0xE8 ISA_BUS 0xE9 ISA_SERIAL 0xED BUS_PCI_UNDI 0xEC PCI_BUS 0xF6 BOOT_PRIORITY 0xF7...

  • Page 135

    Code 0x72 MONITER_KEY 0x73 LEGACY_BIOS 0x75 LEGACY_BIOS_PLATFORM 0x76 PCI_PLATFORM 0x6C ISA_FLOOPY 0x6D PS2_MOUSE 0x6E USB_BOT 0x6F USB_CBI0 0x74 USB_MOUSE 0xFA SETUP_UTILITY 0x90 FW_BLOCK_SERVICE 0x78 SMM_USB_LEGACY 0x86 GRAPHICS_CONSOLE 0x87 TERMINAL 0x8A DATA_HUB_STD_ERR 0x7C 0x7D PARTITION 0x7E ENGLISH 0x7F FRENCH 0x9E HII_DATABASE 0x9F OEM_SETUP_BROWSER 0x8C...

  • Page 136: Each Smmdriver Entry Point Used In 80_port

    Each SmmDriver entry point used in 80_PORT Code 0xD4 SMM_ACCESS 0xDE SMM_CONTROL 0xCC SMM_BASE 0xD2 SMM_RUNTIME 0xDF SB_SMM_DISPATCH 0xD0 SMM_THUNK 0xCA SMM_ACPI_SW_CHILD 0xFE SMM_PLATFORM 0xD8 SMM_GMCH_MBI 0x90 SMM_FW_BLOCK_SERVICE 0x91 SMM_VARIABLE 0x92 SMM_IHISI 0x93 SMM_INT15_MICROCODE 0x94 SMM_PNP 0x95 SMM_INIT_PPM 0xD3 SMM_OEM_SERVICE Description Chapter 4...

  • Page 137: Jumper And Connector Locations, Mainboard Top View

    Jumper and Connector Locations Mainboard Top View LED1 PJP1 JLVDS1 JP18 JP23 JKB1 JP11 JBT1 Chapter 5 Item Description NAV50 Power Button NAV50 Power LED AC-IN Jack SIM Connector LCD Connector LED/B Connector NAV60 Power/B Connector Internal Keyboard Connector T/P Connector Bridge/B Connector B/T connector Chapter 5...

  • Page 138: Mainboard Bottom View

    Mainboard Bottom View Item Description PJP2 Battery Connector JCRT1 CRT Connector JUSB1 USB Connector JUSTB2 USB Connector JHDD1 HDD Connector JDIM1 WWAN Connector JP12 FAN Connector JDIM1 RAM Connector Chapter 5...

  • Page 139: Button Board

    Button Board Item Chapter 5 Description T/P Left Button T/P Right Button...

  • Page 140: Led Board

    LED Board Item LED1 LED2 LED3 LED4 LED5 LED6 LED7 Description Power/Suspend LED Battery LED Media LED Num LED Cap LED WWAN/WLAN LED BT LED Chapter 5...

  • Page 141: I/o Board Top View

    I/O Board Top View Chapter 5 Item Description JP21 Function/B Connector Internal MIC JP20 Speaker CONN JREAD1 Card Reader Socket Bridge/B Connector...

  • Page 142: I/o Board Bottom View

    I/O Board Bottom View Item Description JRJ45 RJ45 Connector JUSB1 USB Connector JMIC1 MIC-In Jack JHP1 Head-Phone Jack JMINI1 WLAN Connector Chapter 5...

  • Page 143: Clearing Password Check And Bios Recovery, Clearing Password Check

    Clearing Password Check and BIOS Recovery This section provide you the standard operating procedures of clearing password and BIOS recovery for NAV50. NAV50 provides one Hardware Open Gap on main board for clearing password check, and one Hotkey for enabling BIOS Recovery. Clearing Password Check Hardware Open Gap Description Item...

  • Page 144: Bios Recovery By Crisis Disk

    BIOS Recovery by Crisis Disk BIOS Recovery Boot Block: BIOS Recovery Boot Block is a special block of BIOS. It is used to boot up the system with minimum BIOS initialization. Users can enable this feature to restore the BIOS firmware to a successful one once the previous BIOS flashing process failed.

  • Page 145: Fru (field Replaceable Unit) List

    Guide. For ACER AUTHORIZED SERVICE PROVIDERS, your Acer office may have a DIFFERENT part number code from those given in the FRU list of this printed Service Guide. You MUST use the local FRU list provided by your regional Acer office to order FRU parts for repair and service of customer machines.

  • Page 146: Nav50 Exploded Diagrams, Main Assembly

    NAV50 Exploded Diagrams Main Assembly Item Description LCD Assembly Upper Cover Bridge Board Mainboard Speaker Module DC-in Port Lower Cover I/O Board Part Number 6M.SAL02.001 60.SAL02.001 55.SAS02.002 MB.SAL02.001 23.SAT02.001 50.SAS02.002 60.SAM02.001 55.SAS02.003 Chapter 6...

  • Page 147: Rear Assembly

    Rear Assembly Item Chapter 6 Description Part Number HDD Door 42.SAL02.001 DIMM Door 42.SAL02.002 Lower Cover 60.SAM02.001...

  • Page 148: Upper Cover Assembly

    Upper Cover Assembly Item Description Part Number TouchPad Board LED Board 55.SAS02.004 Upper Cover 60.SAL02.001 Chapter 6...

  • Page 149: Nav50 Fru List

    AC CLIP EU AC CLIP AUSTRALIA AC CLIP UK AC CLIP ARGETINA AC CLIP CHINA AC CLIP BRAZIL AC CLIP S-AFRICA AC CLIP KOREA CASE/COVER/BRACKET ASSEMBLY Chapter 6 Acer Description AcerPN BH.21100.004 55.SAS02.001 55.SAS02.002 55.SAS02.003 55.SAS02.004 NI.23600.046 NI.23600.047 NI.23600.053 LC.21300.008 LC.21300.005...

  • Page 150

    HDD DOOR-WHITE RAM DOOR-BLACK RAM DOOR-WHITE HDD HOUSING KEYBOARD Keyboard ACER NT0T JV01_PT Internal 10 Standard 84KS Black US International Texture Keyboard ACER NT0T JV01_PT Internal 10 Standard 84KS Black Greek Texture Keyboard ACER NT0T JV01_PT Internal 10 Standard 84KS...

  • Page 151

    CATEGORY Keyboard ACER NT0T JV01_PT Internal 10 Standard 84KS Black US International w/ Hebrew Texture Keyboard ACER NT0T JV01_PT Internal 10 Standard 84KS Black Thailand Texture Keyboard ACER NT0T JV01_PT Internal 10 Standard 85KS Black UK Texture Keyboard ACER NT0T JV01_PT Internal 10 Standard 85KS...

  • Page 152

    CATEGORY Keyboard ACER NT0T White JV01_PT Internal 10 Standard 84KS White Chinese Texture Keyboard ACER NT0T White JV01_PT Internal 10 Standard 84KS White Russian Texture Keyboard ACER NT0T White JV01_PT Internal 10 Standard 84KS White US International w/ Hebrew Texture...

  • Page 153

    ASSY LED MODULE 10.1" WSVGA Glare W/ANTENNA, CCD, 3G - RED ASSY LED MODULE 10.1" WXGA Glare W/ANTENNA, CCD, 3G - RED LCD COVER IMR-PINK LCD COVER IMR-RED LCD COVER IMR-BLUE LCD COVER IMR-SILVER Chapter 6 Acer Description AcerPN 6M.SAL02.001 6M.SAL02.002 6M.SAL02.003 6M.SAS02.001 6M.SAS02.003 6M.SAS02.005 6M.SAQ02.001 6M.SAQ02.002...

  • Page 154

    SPEAKER MIC SET FOR W/3G MIC SET FOR W/O 3G SPEAKER R&L MISCELLANEOUS CU FOIL FOR MEDIA PROCESSOR ANTENNA GASKET-L ANTENNA GASKET-R LCD SCREW MYLAR-BLACK LCD SCREW MYLAR-WHITE Acer Description AcerPN 50.SAS02.003 50.SAS02.004 50.SAS02.005 60.SAL02.005 60.SAS02.008 33.SAS02.002 57.SAS02.001 MB.SAL02.001 MB.SAM02.001 60.SAS02.009...

  • Page 155: Screw List

    SCREW 2.0D 4.0L K 3.6D ZK NL CR3 SCREW 2D 4.0L K 4.0D NI NL 0.3T SCREW 2D 6L K 4.6D ZK NL CR3 SCREW 2.0D 6.0L K 4.3D NI NL SCREW 3.0D 3.0L K 4.9D NI Chapter 6 Acer Description AcerPN 86.SAS02.001 86.SAS02.002 86.SAS02.003 86.SAS02.004 86.SAS02.005...

  • Page 156: Model Definition And Configuration, Nav50

    Model Definition and Configuration NAV50 Country Acer Part No Vietnam LU.SAL0C.002 Indonesia LU.SAL0D.164 Philippines LU.SAL0D.163 EMEA Denmark LU.SAL0D.162 EMEA South Africa LU.SAL0D.073 EMEA Middle East LU.SAL0D.036 EMEA South Africa LU.SAL0D.114 EMEA Middle East LU.SAL0D.116 EMEA South Africa LU.SAL0D.032 EMEA Middle East LU.SAL0D.034...

  • Page 157

    Country Acer Part No EMEA Middle East LU.SAL0D.112 EMEA South Africa LU.SAL0D.113 EMEA Middle East LU.SAL0D.030 EMEA South Africa LU.SAL0D.031 EMEA Serbia/ LU.SAL0D.077 Macedonia EMEA Serbia/ LU.SAL0D.118 Macedonia EMEA Serbia/ LU.SAL0D.035 Macedonia EMEA Middle East LU.SAL0D.076 EMEA Middle East LU.SAL0D.117...

  • Page 158

    Country Acer Part No Singapore LU.SAL0D.155 EMEA Spain LU.SAL0D.154 EMEA Luxembourg LU.SAL0D.153 EMEA Holland LU.SAL0D.152 EMEA Belgium LU.SAL0D.151 EMEA Luxembourg LU.SAL0D.150 EMEA Holland LU.SAL0D.149 EMEA Belgium LU.SAL0D.148 EMEA Poland LU.SAL0D.146 EMEA Israel LU.SAL0D.145 EMEA Greece LU.SAL0D.144 EMEA Luxembourg LU.SAL0D.142 EMEA Portugal LU.SAL0D.143...

  • Page 159

    Country Acer Part No EMEA Cyprus LU.SAL0D.127 EMEA Latvia LU.SAL0D.125 EMEA Germany LU.SAL0D.124 EMEA Denmark LU.SAL0D.123 EMEA Belgium LU.SAL0D.122 EMEA Ukraine LU.SAL0D.109 EMEA Russia LU.SAL0D.108 EMEA Russia LU.SAL0D.107 EMEA Finland LU.SAL0D.105 EMEA Poland LU.SAL0D.104 EMEA Israel LU.SAL0D.103 EMEA Greece LU.SAL0D.102...

  • Page 160

    Country Acer Part No EMEA Hungary LU.SAL0D.084 EMEA Denmark LU.SAL0D.083 EMEA Czech LU.SAL0D.082 EMEA Cyprus LU.SAL0D.081 EMEA Belgium LU.SAL0D.080 EMEA Ukraine LU.SAL0D.067 EMEA Russia LU.SAL0D.066 EMEA Russia LU.SAL0D.065 EMEA LU.SAL0B.105 EMEA Denmark LU.SAL0B.104 EMEA Poland LU.SAL0B.103 EMEA Italy LU.SAL0B.102 EMEA Middle East LU.SAL0B.101...

  • Page 161

    Country Acer Part No EMEA Russia LU.SAL0B.085 EMEA Poland LU.SAL0B.084 EMEA Israel LU.SAL0B.082 EMEA Switzerland LU.SAL0B.083 EMEA Latvia LU.SAL0B.080 EMEA Serbia/ LU.SAL0B.079 Macedonia EMEA Cyprus LU.SAL0B.078 EMEA Switzerland LU.SAL0B.077 EMEA Germany LU.SAL0B.076 EMEA Spain LU.SAL0B.075 EMEA Middle East LU.SAL0B.074 EMEA Algeria LU.SAL0B.072...

  • Page 162

    Country Acer Part No EMEA Sweden LU.SAL0B.057 EMEA Russia LU.SAL0B.056 EMEA LU.SAL0B.055 EMEA Denmark LU.SAL0B.054 EMEA Poland LU.SAL0B.053 EMEA Italy LU.SAL0B.052 EMEA Middle East LU.SAL0B.051 EMEA Greece LU.SAL0B.050 EMEA Middle East LU.SAL0B.049 EMEA Middle East LU.SAL0B.048 EMEA Eastern LU.SAL0B.047 Europe...

  • Page 163

    Country Acer Part No EMEA France LU.SAL0B.029 EMEA South Africa LU.SAL0B.028 EMEA Norway LU.SAL0B.027 EMEA Middle East LU.SAL0B.026 EMEA Cyprus LU.SAL0B.025 EMEA Switzerland LU.SAL0B.024 EMEA Germany LU.SAL0B.023 EMEA Spain LU.SAL0B.022 EMEA Middle East LU.SAL0B.021 EMEA Eastern LU.SAL0B.020 Europe EMEA Algeria LU.SAL0B.019...

  • Page 164

    Country Acer Part No EMEA Germany LU.SAL0D.059 EMEA Holland LU.SAL0D.058 EMEA Finland LU.SAL0D.057 EMEA Austria LU.SAL0D.056 EMEA Italy LU.SAL0D.055 EMEA Greece LU.SAL0D.053 EMEA Sweden LU.SAL0D.052 EMEA Latvia LU.SAL0D.051 EMEA Germany LU.SAL0D.050 EMEA France LU.SAL0D.049 EMEA LU.SAL0D.048 EMEA Switzerland LU.SAL0D.047 EMEA Spain LU.SAL0D.046...

  • Page 165

    Country Acer Part No Japan LU.SAL0D.020 Japan LU.SAL0D.019 Japan LU.SAL0D.018 Malaysia LU.SAL0D.017 EMEA LU.SAL0D.016 EMEA LU.SAL0D.015 EMEA LU.SAL0D.014 EMEA LU.SAL0D.013 EMEA France LU.SAL0D.012 EMEA France LU.SAL0D.011 Canada LU.SAL0D.010 GCTWN LU.SAL0D.006 EMEA Italy LU.SAL0D.009 EMEA Italy LU.SAL0D.008 EMEA Italy LU.SAL0D.007 Japan LU.SAL0D.005...

  • Page 166

    Country Acer Part No Indonesia LU.SAQ0D.097 Philippines LU.SAQ0D.096 EMEA Denmark LU.SAQ0D.095 EMEA Middle East LU.SAQ0D.021 EMEA Middle East LU.SAQ0D.062 EMEA South Africa LU.SAQ0D.018 EMEA Middle East LU.SAQ0D.020 EMEA South Africa LU.SAQ0D.059 EMEA Middle East LU.SAQ0D.061 EMEA Middle East LU.SAQ0D.013 EMEA Middle East LU.SAQ0D.014...

  • Page 167

    Country Acer Part No EMEA Middle East LU.SAQ0D.064 India LU.SAQ0C.001 Singapore LU.SAQ0D.094 Japan LU.SAQ0D.093 Singapore LU.SAQ0D.092 India LU.SAQ0B.101 EMEA Poland LU.SAQ0D.090 EMEA Israel LU.SAQ0D.089 EMEA Greece LU.SAQ0D.088 EMEA Portugal LU.SAQ0D.087 EMEA Luxembourg LU.SAQ0D.086 EMEA Germany LU.SAQ0D.085 EMEA Holland LU.SAQ0D.084 EMEA Finland LU.SAQ0D.083...

  • Page 168

    Country Acer Part No EMEA Czech LU.SAQ0D.068 EMEA Cyprus LU.SAQ0D.067 EMEA Belgium LU.SAQ0D.066 EMEA Ukraine LU.SAQ0D.053 EMEA Russia LU.SAQ0D.052 EMEA Russia LU.SAQ0D.051 EMEA Poland LU.SAQ0D.049 EMEA Israel LU.SAQ0D.048 EMEA Greece LU.SAQ0D.047 EMEA Portugal LU.SAQ0D.046 EMEA Luxembourg LU.SAQ0D.045 EMEA Germany LU.SAQ0D.044...

  • Page 169

    Country Acer Part No EMEA Czech LU.SAQ0D.027 EMEA Cyprus LU.SAQ0D.026 EMEA Belgium LU.SAQ0D.025 EMEA Ukraine LU.SAQ0D.012 EMEA Russia LU.SAQ0D.011 EMEA Russia LU.SAQ0D.010 EMEA LU.SAQ0B.099 EMEA Denmark LU.SAQ0B.098 EMEA Poland LU.SAQ0B.097 EMEA Italy LU.SAQ0B.096 EMEA Middle East LU.SAQ0B.095 EMEA Greece LU.SAQ0B.094...

  • Page 170

    Country Acer Part No EMEA Switzerland LU.SAQ0B.078 EMEA Israel LU.SAQ0B.077 EMEA Latvia LU.SAQ0B.075 EMEA Serbia/ LU.SAQ0B.074 Macedonia EMEA France LU.SAQ0B.073 EMEA South Africa LU.SAQ0B.072 EMEA Norway LU.SAQ0B.071 EMEA Middle East LU.SAQ0B.070 EMEA Switzerland LU.SAQ0B.068 EMEA Cyprus LU.SAQ0B.069 EMEA Germany LU.SAQ0B.067...

  • Page 171

    Country Acer Part No EMEA LU.SAQ0B.050 EMEA Poland LU.SAQ0B.048 EMEA Denmark LU.SAQ0B.049 EMEA Italy LU.SAQ0B.047 EMEA Middle East LU.SAQ0B.046 EMEA Greece LU.SAQ0B.045 EMEA Middle East LU.SAQ0B.044 EMEA Middle East LU.SAQ0B.043 EMEA Eastern LU.SAQ0B.042 Europe EMEA Hungary LU.SAQ0B.041 EMEA Ukraine LU.SAQ0B.040...

  • Page 172

    Country Acer Part No EMEA Norway LU.SAQ0B.022 EMEA Middle East LU.SAQ0B.021 EMEA Cyprus LU.SAQ0B.020 EMEA Switzerland LU.SAQ0B.019 EMEA Germany LU.SAQ0B.018 EMEA Spain LU.SAQ0B.017 EMEA Middle East LU.SAQ0B.016 EMEA Eastern LU.SAQ0B.015 Europe EMEA Algeria LU.SAQ0B.014 EMEA South Africa LU.SAQ0B.013 EMEA Holland LU.SAQ0B.012...

  • Page 173

    Country Acer Part No EMEA France LU.SAQ0D.004 EMEA France LU.SAQ0D.003 EMEA Italy LU.SAQ0D.002 EMEA Italy LU.SAQ0D.001 Thailand LU.SAS0D.105 Vietnam LU.SAS0C.001 Indonesia LU.SAS0D.104 LU.SAS0D.103 Philippines LU.SAS0D.102 EMEA Denmark LU.SAS0D.101 EMEA South Africa LU.SAS0D.059 EMEA Middle East LU.SAS0D.061 EMEA South Africa LU.SAS0D.018...

  • Page 174

    Country Acer Part No EMEA Algeria LU.SAS0D.060 EMEA Middle East LU.SAS0D.064 EMEA Algeria LU.SAS0D.019 EMEA Middle East LU.SAS0D.023 EMEA Middle East LU.SAS0D.057 EMEA South Africa LU.SAS0D.058 EMEA Middle East LU.SAS0D.016 EMEA South Africa LU.SAS0D.017 Singapore LU.SAS0D.099 Japan LU.SAS0D.098 Singapore LU.SAS0D.097...

  • Page 175

    Country Acer Part No EMEA Germany LU.SAS0D.078 EMEA France LU.SAS0D.077 EMEA LU.SAS0D.076 EMEA Switzerland LU.SAS0D.075 EMEA Sweden LU.SAS0D.074 EMEA Norway LU.SAS0D.072 EMEA Spain LU.SAS0D.073 EMEA Hungary LU.SAS0D.071 EMEA Denmark LU.SAS0D.070 EMEA Denmark LU.SAS0D.069 EMEA Czech LU.SAS0D.068 EMEA Cyprus LU.SAS0D.067 EMEA Belgium LU.SAS0D.066...

  • Page 176

    Country Acer Part No EMEA Germany LU.SAS0D.037 EMEA France LU.SAS0D.036 EMEA LU.SAS0D.035 EMEA Switzerland LU.SAS0D.034 EMEA Sweden LU.SAS0D.033 EMEA Spain LU.SAS0D.032 EMEA Norway LU.SAS0D.031 EMEA Hungary LU.SAS0D.030 EMEA Denmark LU.SAS0D.029 EMEA Denmark LU.SAS0D.028 EMEA Cyprus LU.SAS0D.026 EMEA Czech LU.SAS0D.027 EMEA Belgium LU.SAS0D.025...

  • Page 177

    Country Acer Part No EMEA Ukraine LU.SAS0B.089 EMEA Russia LU.SAS0B.087 EMEA Austria LU.SAS0B.086 EMEA Portugal LU.SAS0B.085 EMEA Eastern LU.SAS0B.084 Europe EMEA Eastern LU.SAS0B.083 Europe EMEA Turkey LU.SAS0B.082 EMEA Denmark LU.SAS0B.081 EMEA Russia LU.SAS0B.080 EMEA Poland LU.SAS0B.079 EMEA Switzerland LU.SAS0B.078 EMEA Israel LU.SAS0B.077...

  • Page 178

    Country Acer Part No EMEA Eastern LU.SAS0B.060 Europe EMEA Eastern LU.SAS0B.059 Europe EMEA Middle East LU.SAS0B.057 EMEA Eastern LU.SAS0B.058 Europe EMEA Belgium LU.SAS0B.056 EMEA Middle East LU.SAS0B.055 EMEA Luxembourg LU.SAS0B.054 EMEA Finland LU.SAS0B.053 EMEA Sweden LU.SAS0B.052 EMEA Russia LU.SAS0B.051 EMEA LU.SAS0B.050...

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    Country Acer Part No EMEA Turkey LU.SAS0B.033 EMEA Denmark LU.SAS0B.032 EMEA Russia LU.SAS0B.031 EMEA Poland LU.SAS0B.030 EMEA Switzerland LU.SAS0B.029 EMEA Israel LU.SAS0B.028 EMEA Latvia LU.SAS0B.026 EMEA Serbia/ LU.SAS0B.025 Macedonia EMEA Eastern LU.SAS0B.024 Europe EMEA France LU.SAS0B.023 EMEA South Africa LU.SAS0B.022...

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    Country Acer Part No EMEA Luxembourg LU.SAS0B.005 EMEA Finland LU.SAS0B.004 EMEA Sweden LU.SAS0B.003 EMEA Russia LU.SAS0B.002 EMEA Germany LU.SAS0D.009 EMEA Italy LU.SAS0B.001 Japan LU.SAS0D.008 Japan LU.SAS0D.007 Japan LU.SAS0D.006 Malaysia LU.SAS0D.005 EMEA France LU.SAS0D.004 EMEA France LU.SAS0D.003 EMEA Italy LU.SAS0D.002 EMEA Italy LU.SAS0D.001...

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    Country Acer Part No EMEA Middle East LU.SAR0D.011 EMEA Middle East LU.SAR0D.012 EMEA South Africa LU.SAR0D.008 EMEA Middle East LU.SAR0D.007 EMEA Middle East LU.SAR0D.015 EMEA Middle East LU.SAR0D.005 EMEA Middle East LU.SAR0D.004 EMEA Middle East LU.SAR0D.014 EMEA Algeria LU.SAR0D.010 EMEA Poland LU.SAR0D.040...

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    Country Acer Part No EMEA Germany LU.SAR0D.028 EMEA LU.SAR0D.026 EMEA Switzerland LU.SAR0D.025 EMEA Sweden LU.SAR0D.024 EMEA Spain LU.SAR0D.023 EMEA Norway LU.SAR0D.022 EMEA Hungary LU.SAR0D.021 EMEA Denmark LU.SAR0D.020 EMEA Denmark LU.SAR0D.019 EMEA Czech LU.SAR0D.018 EMEA Cyprus LU.SAR0D.017 EMEA Belgium LU.SAR0D.016 EMEA Ukraine LU.SAR0D.003...

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    Country Acer Part No EMEA Middle East LU.SAR0B.043 EMEA Middle East LU.SAR0B.042 EMEA Eastern LU.SAR0B.041 Europe EMEA Hungary LU.SAR0B.040 EMEA Ukraine LU.SAR0B.039 EMEA Czech LU.SAR0B.038 EMEA Russia LU.SAR0B.037 EMEA Austria LU.SAR0B.036 EMEA Portugal LU.SAR0B.035 EMEA Eastern LU.SAR0B.034 Europe EMEA Eastern LU.SAR0B.033...

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    NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WXGAG NLED10.1WXGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WXGAG NLED10.1WXGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WXGAG NLED10.1WXGAG NLED10.1WXGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG...

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    NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG...

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    NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG...

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    NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG...

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    NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WXGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WXGAG...

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    NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WXGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WXGAG NLED10.1WXGAG NLED10.1WXGAG NLED10.1WXGAG NLED10.1WXGAG NLED10.1WXGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG...

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    NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WXGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WXGAG NLED10.1WXGAG NLED10.1WXGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG...

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    NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG...

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    NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG...

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    NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WXGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WXGAG NLED10.1WXGAG NLED10.1WXGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WXGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG...

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    NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WXGAG NLED10.1WXGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG...

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    NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG...

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    NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG...

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    NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WXGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WXGAG NLED10.1WXGAG NLED10.1WXGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG NLED10.1WSVGAG...

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    Appendix A...

  • Page 219: Test Compatible Components

    Appendix B Test Compatible Components This computer’s compatibility is tested and verified by Acer’s internal testing department. All of its system ® ® functions are tested under Windows XP and Windows 7 environments. Refer to the following lists for components, adapter cards, and peripherals which have passed these tests.

  • Page 220: Windows Environment Test

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    Category Vendor Atheros SAMSUNG MICRON NB Chipset INTEL Software VGA Chip None WiFi Antenna Wiping Cloth Wireless LAN Foxconn Foxconn Foxconn Appendix B Type AR8132L Atheros AR8132L NLED10.1WSVG LED LCD AUO 10.1" WSVGA None Glare B101AW03 V1 LF 200nit 16ms 400:1 NLED10.1WSVG LED LCD AUO 10.1"...

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    Appendix B...

  • Page 223: Online Support Information

    This section describes online technical support services available to help you repair your Acer Systems. If you are a distributor, dealer, ASP or TPM, please refer your technical queries to your local Acer branch office. Acer Branch Offices and Regional Business Units may access our website. However some information sources will require a user i.d.

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    Appendix C...

  • Page 225: Index

    Numerics 3G Cover Removing 3G Module Removing Replacing Antennas Removing Replacing Battery Pack Removing Replacing BIOS ROM size ROM type vendor Version 21–29 BIOS Utility Advanced Boot Exit Navigating Save and Exit Security System Security Bluetooth Module Removing Replacing Board Layout Top View brightness hotkeys...

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    LCD Bezel Removing Replacing LCD Cable Replacing LCD Failure LCD Module Removing Replacing LCD Module Disassembly Flowchart LCD Module Reassembly Procedure LCD Panel Removing Replacing Lower Covers Removing Main Module Reassembly Procedure Main Unit Disassembly Flowchart Mainboard Removing Replacing Memory Check Memory Cover Removing Microphone...

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    Removing Replacing USB Failure (Rightside) utility 21–29 BIOS volume hotkeys Windows 2000 Environment Test Wireless Function Failure WLAN Board Replacing...

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