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    Preface Notebook Computer M300N/M310N Service Manual...

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    Preface Notice The company reserves the right to revise this publication or to change its contents without notice. Information contained herein is for reference only and does not constitute a commitment on the part of the manufacturer or any subsequent ven- dor.

  • Page 4: About This Manual

    This manual is intended for service personnel who have completed sufficient training to undertake the maintenance and inspection of personal computers. It is organized to allow you to look up basic information for servicing and/or upgrading components of the M300N/ M310N series notebook PC.

  • Page 5: Important Safety Instructions

    Preface IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS When using your telephone equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, elec- tric shock and injury to persons, including the following: 1. Do not use this product near water, for example near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink or laundry tub, in a wet basement or near a swimming pool.

  • Page 6: Instructions For Care And Operation

    Preface Instructions for Care and Operation The notebook computer is quite rugged, but it can be damaged. To prevent this, follow these suggestions: Don’t drop it, or expose it to shock. If the computer falls, the case and the components could be damaged. Do not expose the computer Do not place it on an unstable Do not place anything heavy...

  • Page 7: Power Safety

    Preface Avoid interference. Keep the computer away from high capacity transformers, electric motors, and other strong mag- netic fields. These can hinder proper performance and damage your data. Take care when using peripheral devices. Use only approved brands of Unplug the power cord before peripherals.

  • Page 8: Battery Precautions

    Preface Battery Precautions • Only use batteries designed for this computer. The wrong battery type may explode, leak or damage the computer. • Recharge the batteries using the notebook’s system. Incorrect recharging may make the battery explode. • Do not try to repair a battery pack. Refer any battery pack repair or replacement to your service representative or qualified service personnel.

  • Page 9: Related Documents

    Preface Related Documents You may also need to consult the following manual for additional information: User’s Manual on CD This describes the notebook PC’s features and the procedures for operating the computer and its ROM-based setup pro- gram. It also describes the installation and operation of the utility programs provided with the notebook PC. VIII...

  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    External Locator - Top View ............1-5 External Locator - Front & Left Side Views ........1-6 Part List Illustration Location ............A-2 External Locator - Right Side & Rear Views ........1-7 Top (M300N) ................. A-3 External Locator - Bottom View .............1-8...

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    Bottom (M300N) ................A-4 LVDS; CRT ..................B-11 LCD (M300N) ................A-5 ICH4-1 (1 of 3) ................B-12 CD-ROM Drive - QSI (M300N) ............ A-6 ICH4-2 (2 of 3) ................B-13 CD-ROM Drive - SAMSUNG (M300N) ........A-7 ICH4-3 (3 of 3) ................B-14 CD-RW Drive - KME (M300N) ............

  • Page 12: Introduction

    1: Introduction Overview This manual covers the information you need to service or upgrade the M300N/M310N series notebook computer. In- formation about operating the computer (e.g. getting started, and the Setup utility) is in the User’s Manual. Information about drivers (e.g. VGA & audio) is also found in User’s Manual. That manual is shipped with the computer.

  • Page 13: System Specifications

    Introduction System Specifications Processor Options BIOS • Mobile Intel Pentium 4 Processor-M • One 512KB Flash ROM - (478-pin) Micro FC-PGA package • Insyde BIOS, Plug and Play (1.0a) µ 0.13) 0.13 Micron Process Technology, 512KB On-die L2 Cache & 400MHz PSB - 1.4/ 1.5/ 1.6/ 1.7/ 1.8/ 1.9 2.0/ 2.2/ 2.4/ 2.5 /2.6 GHz •...

  • Page 14: Audio

    Introduction Audio Power Management • AC’97 2.2 Compliant • Supports ACPI 2.0 • Advanced Wavetable Synthesizer • Power Button as Sleep/Resume Key • DirectSound™ 3D Accelerator • Supports Hibernate Mode • Full-duplex • Supports Standby Mode • Virtual AC3 • Supports Battery Low Sleep Mode •...

  • Page 15: Environmental Spec

    Introduction Environmental Spec Weight • Temperature • 2.60kg with 14.1" LCD & 6-Cell Battery Pack ° ° Operating: C ~ 35 ° ° Optional Non-Operating: -20 C ~ 60 • Standard Smart Lithium-Ion (65Watt) Battery Pack • Relative Humidity • 802.11b Module with USB Interface Operating: 20% ~ 80% •...

  • Page 16: External Locator - Top View

    Introduction External Locator - Top View Figure 2 Top View 1. Optional Built-In USB Camera 2. LCD 3. LED Power & Communication Indicators 4. Speakers 5. Close Cover Switch 6. LED Status Indicators 7. Power Button 8. Keyboard 9. Built-In Microphone 10.

  • Page 17: External Locator - Front & Left Side Views

    Introduction External Locator - Front & Left Side Views Figure 3 Front View 1. LCD Latches 2. Hot-Key Buttons Figure 4 Left Side View 1. Vent 2. External Monitor (CRT) Port 3. S-Video-Out Port 4. RJ-11 Phone Jack 5. RJ-45 LAN Jack 6.

  • Page 18: External Locator - Right Side & Rear Views

    Introduction External Locator - Right Side & Rear Views Figure 5 Right Side View 1. Microphone-In Jack 2. Headphone-Out Jack 3. S/P DIF Out Port 4. CD Device Bay 5. DC-In Jack Figure 6 Rear View 1. Security Lock Slot 2.

  • Page 19: External Locator - Bottom View

    Introduction External Locator - Bottom View Figure 7 Bottom View 1. Vent/Fan Outlets 2. Battery 3. CPU Cover 4. RAM & Modem Cover 5. CD Device Removal Cover 6. Hard Disk & WLAN Cover Note: cards are located un- der the RAM & Mo- dem Cover while the optional Wireless...

  • Page 20: Mainboard Overview - Top (key Parts)

    Introduction Mainboard Overview - Top (Key Parts) Figure 8 Mainboard Top Key Parts 1. PC Card Assembly 2. LAN Controller RTL8100BL 3. Southbridge - Intel 82801DB 4. Northbridge - Intel 82852GM 5. H8 Keyboard Controller 6. TV-Out Controller 7. V-Core Power IC 8.

  • Page 21: Mainboard Overview - Bottom (key Parts)

    Introduction Mainboard Overview - Bottom (Key Parts) Figure 9 Mainboard Bottom Key Parts 1. Memory Sockets (no memory installed) 2. CPU Socket (no CPU installed) 3. Clock Generator 4. BIOS EEPROM 5. LAN Transformer 6. CardBus ENE 1410 7. 1394 PHY TSB41LV01 8.

  • Page 22: Mainboard Overview - Top (connectors)

    Introduction Mainboard Overview - Top (Connectors) Figure 10 Mainboard Top Connectors 1. TouchPad Cable Connector (JTP1) 2. Keyboard Connector (JKB1) Mainboard Overview - Top (Connectors) 1 - 11...

  • Page 23: Mainboard Overview - Bottom (connectors)

    Introduction Mainboard Overview - Bottom (Connectors) Figure 11 Mainboard Bottom Connectors Battery Connector (JBATT1) RTC (JBAT1) Power Cable Connector (JPWR1) Multi-function Board Cable Connector (JMFC1) CD-ROM Connector (JCD1) Hard Disk Connector (JHDD1) Wireless LAN Cable Connector (JWLAN1) Audio Board Cable Connector (JAUDIO1) Int.

  • Page 24: Disassembly

    2: Disassembly Overview This chapter provides step-by-step instructions for disassembling the M300N/M310N series notebook’s parts and sub- systems. When it comes to reassembly, reverse the procedures (unless otherwise indicated). We suggest you completely review any procedure before you take the computer apart.

  • Page 25: Maintenance Tools

    Disassembly NOTE: All disassembly procedures assume that the system is turned OFF, and disconnected from any power supply (the battery is removed too). Maintenance Tools The following tools are recommended when working on the notebook PC: • M3 Philips-head screwdriver •...

  • Page 26: Maintenance Precautions

    Disassembly Maintenance Precautions The following precautions are a reminder. To avoid personal injury or damage to the computer while performing a re- moval and/or replacement job, take the following precautions: Power Safety Warning 1. Don't drop it. Perform your repairs and/or upgrades on a stable surface. If the computer falls, the case and other Before you undertake components could be damaged.

  • Page 27: Disassembly Steps

    Disassembly Disassembly Steps The following table lists the disassembly steps, and on which page to find the related information. PLEASE PERFORM THE DISASSEMBLY STEPS IN THE ORDER INDICATED. To remove the Battery: To remove the Keyboard: 1. Remove the battery page 2 - 7 1.

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    Disassembly To remove the Multi-function board: To remove the TouchPad & Click Board: 1. Remove the battery page 2 - 7 1. Remove the battery page 2 - 7 2. Remove the HDD & WLAN page 2 - 8 2. Remove the HDD & WLAN page 2 - 8 3.

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    Disassembly To remove the LCD Panel: 1. Remove the battery page 2 - 7 2. Remove the HDD & WLAN page 2 - 8 3. Remove the CD device page 2 - 12 4. Remove the processor page 2 - 14 5.

  • Page 30: Removing The Battery

    Disassembly Removing the Battery 1. Turn the computer off, and turn it over. Figure 1 2. Locate the battery release latch (Figure 1a). Battery Removal 3. Latch should slide to the left, and you will need to hold it in place (Figure 4.

  • Page 31: Removing The Hard Disk Drive And Wireless Lan

    Disassembly Removing the Hard Disk Drive and Wireless LAN The hard disk drive is mounted in a removable case and can be taken out to accommodate other 2.5" IDE hard disk drives Figure 2 with a height of 9.5mm (h). Follow your operating system’s installation instructions, and install all necessary drivers and HDD Assembly &...

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    Disassembly 4. Slide the HDD assembly as indicated by the arrow (Figure 5. Carefully lift the HDD assembly out of the computer (Figure 3b). 6. Slide the Wireless LAN module as indicated by the arrow (Figure 3c). Figure 3 7. Separate the Wireless LAN module and HDD assembly (Figure 3d).

  • Page 33: Removing The System Memory (ram)

    Disassembly Removing the System Memory (RAM) The computer has two memory sockets for 200 pin Small Outline Dual In-line Memory Modules (SO-DIMM) supporting Figure 4 DDR 200/266/333MHz. The main memory can be expanded up to 1024MB. The SO-DIMM modules supported are Memory Socket 128Mb, 256Mb, and 512Mb.

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    Disassembly 5. Gently pull the two release latches ( & on the sides of the memory socket toward the sides of the computer. Figure 5 Removing/ Installing a RAM Module a. Pull release latches. b.Remove the module. 6. The module (Figure 5b) will pop-up, and you can remove it.

  • Page 35: Removing The Cd Device

    Disassembly Removing the CD Device 1. Turn off the computer, remove the battery (page 2 - 7) and turn it over. Figure 6 2. Remove screw (Figure 6a) and carefully lift up the CD device removal cover (Figure 6b). CD Device Removal 3.

  • Page 36: Removing The Modem

    Disassembly Removing the Modem 1. Turn off the computer, remove the battery (page 2 - 7) and turn it over. Figure 7 2. Remove screws from the memory socket cover (Figure Modem Removal 3. Carefully lift up the memory socket cover off the computer 4.

  • Page 37: Removing The Processor

    Disassembly Removing the Processor Figure 8 1. Turn off the computer, remove the battery (page 2 - 7) and turn it over. Processor Removal 2. Remove screws from the CPU cover 3. Carefully lift up the CPU cover off the computer. a.

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    Disassembly 6. Fully raise latch in the direction indicated in Figure 9a to unlock the CPU. 7. Carefully (it may be hot) lift the CPU up out of the socket (Figure 9b). 8. When re-inserting the CPU, play careful attention to the pin alignment, it will fit only one way (don’t force it!). Figure 9 Processor Removal (cont’d)

  • Page 39: Removing The Keyboard

    Disassembly Removing the Keyboard 1. Turn off the computer, remove the battery (page 2 - Figure 10 2. Press the three keyboard latches at the top of the keyboard to elevate the keyboard from its normal position (you Keyboard Removal may need to use a small screwdriver to do this).

  • Page 40: Removing The Bottom Case

    Disassembly Removing the Bottom Case 1. Turn off the computer, remove the battery (page 2 - 7), hard disk (page 2 - 8), RAM (page 2 - 10), CD Device Figure 11 (page 2 - 12), and CPU (page 2 - 14).

  • Page 41: Removing The Audioboard

    Disassembly Removing the Audioboard 1. Turn off the computer, remove the battery (page 2 - 7), hard disk (page 2 - 8), CD Device (page 2 - 12), CPU Figure 12 (page 2 - 14), and bottom case (page 2 - 17).

  • Page 42: Removing The Multi-function Board

    Disassembly Removing the Multi-function board 1. Turn off the computer, remove the battery (page 2 - 7), hard disk (page 2 - 8), CD Device (page 2 - 12), CPU Figure 13 (page 2 - 14), and bottom case (page 2 - 17).

  • Page 43: Removing The Mainboard

    Disassembly Removing the Mainboard 1. Turn off the computer, remove the battery (page 2 - 7), hard disk (page 2 - 8), RAM (page 2 - 10), CD Device Figure 14 (page 2 - 12), modem (page 2 - 13), CPU (page 2 - 14), keyboard (page 2 -...

  • Page 44: Removing The Touchpad And Click Board

    Disassembly Removing the TouchPad and Click Board 1. Turn off the computer, remove the battery (page 2 - 7), hard disk (page 2 - 8), RAM (page 2 - 10), CD Device Figure 15 (page 2 - 12), modem (page 2 - 13), CPU (page 2 - 14), keyboard...

  • Page 45: Removing The Inverter

    Disassembly Removing the Inverter 1. Turn off the computer, remove the battery (page 2 - Figure 16 2. Remove the rubber covers and screw from the LCD (Figure 16a). Inverter Removal 3. Run your finger around the middle of the frame to carefully unsnap the LCD front panel module from the back.

  • Page 46: Removing The Speakers

    Disassembly Removing the Speakers 1. Turn off the computer, remove the battery (page 2 - 7), hard disk (page 2 - 8), CD Device (page 2 - 12), CPU Figure 17 (page 2 - 14), bottom case (page 2 - 17), mainboard (page 2 - 20), and inverter...

  • Page 47: Removing The Lcd Panel

    Disassembly Removing the LCD Panel 1. Turn off the computer, remove the battery (page 2 - 7), hard disk (page 2 - 8), CD Device (page 2 - 12), CPU Figure 18 (page 2 - 14), bottom case (page 2 - 17), mainboard (page 2 - 20), and inverter...

  • Page 48: Part Lists

    Part Lists Appendix A:Part Lists This appendix breaks down the M300N/M310N series notebook’s construction into a series of illustrations. The compo- nent part numbers are indicated in the tables opposite the drawings. Note: This section indicates the manufacturer’s part numbers. Your organization may use a different system, so be sure to cross-check any relevant documentation.

  • Page 49: Part List Illustration Location

    Part Lists Part List Illustration Location The following table indicates where to find the appropriate part list illustration. Table 1 - 1 Part List Illustration Part M300N M310N Location page A - 3 page A - 14 page A - 4...

  • Page 50: Top (m300n

    Part Lists Top (M300N) Figure 1 Top (M300N) Top (M300N) A - 3...

  • Page 51: Bottom (m300n

    Part Lists Bottom (M300N) Figure 2 Bottom (M300N) A - 4 Bottom (M300N)

  • Page 52: Lcd (m300n

    Part Lists LCD (M300N) Figure 3 LCD (M300N) LCD (M300N) A - 5...

  • Page 53: Cd-rom Drive - Qsi (m300n

    Part Lists CD-ROM Drive - QSI (M300N) Figure 4 CD-ROM Drive - QSI (M300N) A - 6 CD-ROM Drive - QSI (M300N)

  • Page 54: Cd-rom Drive - Samsung (m300n

    Part Lists CD-ROM Drive - SAMSUNG (M300N) Figure 5 CD-ROM Drive - SAMSUNG (M300N) CD-ROM Drive - SAMSUNG (M300N) A - 7...

  • Page 55: Cd-rw Drive - Kme (m300n

    Part Lists CD-RW Drive - KME (M300N) Figure 6 CD-RW Drive - KME (M300N) A - 8 CD-RW Drive - KME (M300N)

  • Page 56: Cd-rw Drive - Teac (m300n

    Part Lists CD-RW Drive - TEAC (M300N) Figure 7 CD-RW Drive - TEAC (M300N) CD-RW Drive - TEAC (M300N) A - 9...

  • Page 57: Combo Drive - Qsi (m300n

    Part Lists Combo Drive - QSI (M300N) Figure 8 Combo Drive - QSI (M300N) A - 10 Combo Drive - QSI (M300N)

  • Page 58: Combo Drive - Teac-samsung (m300n

    Part Lists Combo Drive - TEAC-SAMSUNG (M300N) Figure 9 Combo Drive - TEAC-SAMSUNG (M300N) Combo Drive - TEAC-SAMSUNG (M300N) A - 11...

  • Page 59: Dvd-rom Drive - Qsi (m300n

    Part Lists DVD-ROM Drive - QSI (M300N) Figure 10 DVD-ROM Drive - QSI (M300N) A - 12 DVD-ROM Drive - QSI (M300N)

  • Page 60: Dvd-rom Drive - Teac (m300n

    Part Lists DVD-ROM Drive - TEAC (M300N) Figure 11 DVD-ROM Drive - TEAC (M300N) DVD-ROM Drive - TEAC (M300N) A - 13...

  • Page 61: Top (m310n

    Part Lists Top (M310N) Figure 12 Top (M310N) A - 14 Top (M310N)

  • Page 62: Bottom (m310n

    Part Lists Bottom (M310N) Figure 13 Bottom (M310N) Bottom (M310N) A - 15...

  • Page 63: Lcd (m310n

    Part Lists LCD (M310N) Figure 14 LCD (M310N) A - 16 LCD (M310N)

  • Page 64: Cd-rom Drive - Qsi (m310n

    Part Lists CD-ROM Drive - QSI (M310N) Figure 15 CD-ROM Drive - QSI (M310N) CD-ROM Drive - QSI (M310N) A - 17...

  • Page 65: Cd-rom Drive - Samsung (m310n

    Part Lists CD-ROM Drive - SAMSUNG (M310N) Figure 16 CD-ROM Drive - SAMSUNG (M310N) A - 18 CD-ROM Drive - SAMSUNG (M310N)

  • Page 66: Cd-rw Drive - Kme (m310n

    Part Lists CD-RW Drive - KME (M310N) Figure 17 CD-RW Drive - KME (M310N) CD-RW Drive - KME (M310N) A - 19...

  • Page 67: Cd-rw Drive - Teac (m310n

    Part Lists CD-RW Drive - TEAC (M310N) Figure 18 CD-RW Drive - TEAC (M310N) A - 20 CD-RW Drive - TEAC (M310N)

  • Page 68: Combo Drive - Qsi (m310n

    Part Lists Combo Drive - QSI (M310N) Figure 19 Combo Drive - QSI (M310N) Combo Drive - QSI (M310N) A - 21...

  • Page 69: Combo Drive - Teac-samsung (m310n

    Part Lists Combo Drive - TEAC-SAMSUNG (M310N) Figure 20 Combo Drive - TEAC-SAMSUNG (M310N) A - 22 Combo Drive - TEAC-SAMSUNG (M310N)

  • Page 70: Dvd-rom Drive - Qsi (m310n

    Part Lists DVD-ROM Drive - QSI (M310N) Figure 21 DVD-ROM Drive - QSI (M310N) DVD-ROM Drive - QSI (M310N) A - 23...

  • Page 71: Dvd-rom Drive - Teac (m310n

    Part Lists DVD-ROM Drive - TEAC (M310N) Figure 22 DVD-ROM Drive - TEAC (M310N) A - 24 DVD-ROM Drive - TEAC (M310N)

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    Montara GM-1 - Page B - 5 TI1394 (TSB43AB21) - Page B - 20 Montara GM-2 - Page B - 6 Hitachi H8S - Page B - 21 Montara GM-3 - Page B - 7 CON - Page B - 22...

  • Page 73: Schematic Diagrams

    Schematic Diagrams System Block Diagram CLEVO M300N System Block Diagram MEMORY TERMINATIONS P4-M/MONTARA-GML/ICH4 ACIN;POWER DDR SDRAM SOCKET BUTTON Pentium 4 DC/DC BD CORE Processor-M POEWR Charger (VCORE) 478 uFCPGA SO-DIMM0 SO-DIMM1 PG3,4 CH7011 SPDIF RJ-11 Montara-GML Sheet 1 of 29 AUDIO ADAPTOR BD.

  • Page 74: Socket 478 - 1

    Schematic Diagrams Socket 478 - 1 of 2 V_CORE [4,6,7,14,28] +3VS [4,5,6,7,8,10,11,12,13,14,16,17,18,19,21,23,26,27,28] V_CORE +3VH8 [4,11,13,16,21,22,26,29] H_BPM5_PREQ# H_BPM4_PRDY# H_BPM1_ITP# V_CORE H_BPM0_ITP# 10u/10V 10u/10V 10u/10V 10u/10V Put the cap in the processor cavity V_CORE R309 Z0301 AD24 R291 TESTHI0 Z0302 R281 TESTHI1 AC21 Z0303 TESTHI2...

  • Page 75: Socket 478 - 2

    Schematic Diagrams Socket 478 - 2 of 2 V_CORE [3,6,7,14,28] +3VS [3,5,6,7,8,10,11,12,13,14,16,17,18,19,21,23,26,27,28] +1.25VS [9,22] D-V_VORE M-CPU_1.25V H_D#[0:63] H_D#[0:63] CPU SIGNAL TERMINATION CLOSE TO CPU V_CORE 4.7uH_0805 Z0401 PM_THRMTRIP# R332 62_1% VCCVID 4.7uH_0805 Z0402 ITP_DBRESET# H_BR0# R326 51_1% AE23 AB26 H_CPUSLP# VCCIOPLL SLP# H_CPUSLP# [12]...

  • Page 76: Montara

    Schematic Diagrams Montara GM-1 BGA1E BGA1B M_DATA[63:0] M_DQS[8:0] [9] M_DATA0 M_DQS0 Z0502 SDQ0 SDQS0 DVOBD0 BLUE DAC_BLUE [11] Z0503 M_DATA1 M_DQS1 SDQ1 SDQS1 DVOBD1 BLUE# M_DATA2 M_DQS2 Z0504 SDQ2 SDQS2 DVOBD2 GREEN DAC_GREEN [11] M_DATA3 AE12 M_DQS3 Z0505 SDQ3 SDQS3 DVOBD3 GREEN# Z0506...

  • Page 77: Montara Gm-2

    Schematic Diagrams Montara GM-2 V_CORE [3,4,7,14,28] +3VS [3,4,5,7,8,10,11,12,13,14,16,17,18,19,21,23,26,27,28] FUNCTION Board Default Optional Override +1.2VS [7,12,22] +2.5V [5,7,8,12,18,22] +1.5VS [5,7,12,14,26,27] BGA1A +5VS [11,12,14,17,19,21,23,26,28] H_A#[31:3] H_D#[63:0] [4] H_A#3 H_D#0 J7B2 PSB Voltage Select No JMP for 1.2VS 1.05V HA3# HD0# H_A#4 H_D#1 HA4# HD1# H_A#5...

  • Page 78: Montara Gm-3

    Schematic Diagrams Montara GM-3 V_CORE [3,4,6,14,28] BGA1C +1.2VS [6,12,22] +1.2VS VSS0 VSS84 +2.5V [5,8,12,18,22] AA16 +1.5VS [5,6,12,14,26,27] VSS1 VSS85 AE16 V_CORE VSS2 VSS86 VSS3 VSS87 Resistor provided for C101 C103 C365 C379 VSS4 VSS88 BGA1D power measurement (plane VSS5 VSS89 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF...

  • Page 79: Ddram

    Schematic Diagrams DDRAM +2.5V +2.5V M_DATA_R_[63:0] M_DATA_R_[63:0] [9] JDIM2 DDR SO-DIMM JDIM1 DDR SO-DIMM_R M_AA_FR_0 M_AA0 M_AA_FR_0 M_AA0 [5,9] M_AA1 M_DATA_R_0 M_AB1 M_AA2 M_DATA_R_1 M_AB2 [5,9] M_AA[2:1] M_AB[2:1] [5,9] M_DATA_R_2 M_AA_FR_3 M_DATA_R_3 M_AA3 M_AA_FR_3 M_AA3 [5,9] M_AA4 M_DATA_R_4 M_AB4 M_AA5 M_DATA_R_5 M_AB5 [5,9]...

  • Page 80: Ddr Termination

    Schematic Diagrams DDR Termination +1.25VS M_CB3 RP12 8P4RX22 M_CB_R3 +1.25VS +1.25VS M_AA12 M_AA_FR_12 M_AA9 M_AA_FR_9 M_AA7 M_AA_FR_7 RP28 8P4RX56 RP53 8P4RX56 C175 0.1UF C493 0.1UF M_DATA13 RP41 8P4RX22 M_DATA_R_13 M_CB_R4 M_AA1 [5,8] M_AA1 M_DM1 M_DM_R_1 M_CB_R5 M_AA2 [5,8] M_AA2 M_AA4 M_DATA7 M_DATA_R_7 M_DM_R_8...

  • Page 81: Clock Generator

    Schematic Diagrams Clock Generator +3VS [3,4,5,6,7,8,11,12,13,14,16,17,18,19,21,23,26,27,28] FREQUENCY SETUP TABLE (FS2) (FS1) (FS0) 3V66 66MHz OUT (MHz) (MHz) (MHz) (MHz) VDDCPU +3VS 66.66 66.66 66.66 33.33 HCB2012K-121T30 66.66 66.66 33.33 C294 10u/10V 0.1uF 66.66 66.66 33.33 66.66 66.66 33.33 66.66 66.66 66MHz_IN 66MHz_IN/2 66.66...

  • Page 82: Lvds; Crt

    Schematic Diagrams LVDS; CRT [22,26,28] +3VS [3,4,5,6,7,8,10,12,13,14,16,17,18,19,21,23,26,27,28] +5VS [6,12,14,17,19,21,23,26,28] +5VS +5VS +5VS U24A U24B 74HCT125 74HCT125 +5VS TZ1101 TZ1102 TZ1103 TZ1104 RB751V +5VS 19-31001-200 BK32164M241 JVGA1 VGA DSUB 4.7K 0.1uF DAC_RED FRED DAC_RED DAC_GREEN FGRN DAC_GREEN DAC_BLUE FBLU C282 C283 Z1105 DAC_BLUE Z1101...

  • Page 83

    Schematic Diagrams ICH4-1 (1 of 3) +3VS [3,4,5,6,7,8,10,11,13,14,16,17,18,19,21,23,26,27,28] +VCCRTC [13,14] +2.5V [5,7,8,18,22] +1.5VS [5,6,7,14,26,27] [4,13,14,16,18,20,21,22,24,25,26,28] +VCCRTC R202 R154 PCIRST# [16,18,20,24] PRST# BGA2A 100K BSS138 ICH4-M PART A Z1206 [18,20,24] PCI_AD[31:0] PRSTEN [13] SM_INTRUDER# PCI_AD0 PCI_AD0 SMLINK0 PCI_AD1 System Manamement I/F PCI_AD1 SMLINK1 PCI_AD2...

  • Page 84

    Schematic Diagrams ICH4-2 (2 of 3) SUSA# R203 +3VS +3VS +3VH8 PM_RI# R178 10K AGP_BUSY# R179 C156 74AHC1G08 0.1UF R190 R180 R193 10K PM_CLKRUN# SLP_S1#_D BGA2B Z1331 R209 [10,21] SUSA# ICH_SUSB# AGP_BUSY# AGP_BUSY# PM_AGPBUSY#/GPIO6 GPIO_7 LPC_PME# [19,21] R406 *1K AC_SPKR PM_SYSRST# PM_SYSRST# GPIO_8...

  • Page 85

    Schematic Diagrams ICH4-3 (3 of 3) +VCCRTC [12,13] +3VS [3,4,5,6,7,8,10,11,12,13,16,17,18,19,21,23,26,27,28] +1.5V +5VS [6,11,12,17,19,21,23,26,28] +1.5VS [5,6,7,12,26,27] +1.5V [22,26] [4,12,13,16,18,20,21,22,24,25,26,28] BGA2C C126 C128 C125 C141 VCCSUS1.5_0 VCC3.3_0 0.1uF +3VS 10uF 0.1uF 0.1uF VCCSUS1.5_1 VCC3.3_1 VCCSUS1.5_2 VCC3.3_2 No Stuff VCCSUS1.5_3 VCC3.3_3 VCCSUS1.5_4 VCC3.3_4 +1.5V VCCSUS1.5_5 VCC3.3_5...

  • Page 86: Usb 2.0, Wireless Lan

    Schematic Diagrams USB 2.0, Wireless LAN +3VS [3,4,5,6,7,8,10,11,12,13,14,16,17,18,19,21,23,26,27,28] +5VS [6,11,12,14,17,19,21,23,26,28] HCB1608K-121T25 Z1501 FUSE_1210 R526 470K Z1503 [13] USB_OC1# C162 C167 C573 R527 0.1uF 100uF/25V DIODE 1A 560K (1A) 1000PF CLOSE WITH HOST Sheet 14 of 29 JUSB2 C169 USB 2.0, Z1510 *22PF GND1...

  • Page 87: Mdc, Bt, Cct

    Schematic Diagrams MDC, BT, CCT +3VS [3,4,5,6,7,8,10,11,12,13,14,17,18,19,21,23,26,27,28] [4,12,13,14,18,20,21,22,24,25,26,28] JMDC1 TZ1601 BT_DETECH [13] MODEM_SPK [23] TZ1602 BT_EN1 3/13 HCB1608K-121T25 TZ1603 TZ1604 TZ1608 +3VS TZ1605 Z1602 HCB1608K-121T25 USB_PP4 [13] TZ1606 Z1603 HCB1608K-121T25 USB_PN4 [13] TZ1609 R464 R537 Z1601 BT_WAKE_UP [21] AC_SYNC [13,23] Z1604 [13,23] AC_SDATOUT...

  • Page 88: Hdd, Cdrom

    Schematic Diagrams HDD, CDROM +5VS [6,11,12,14,19,21,23,26,28] IDE_PDD[0:15] IDE_PDD[0:15] [13] IDE_SDD[0:15] IDE_SDD[0:15] [13] JHDD1 Z1701 R240 PCIRST# TO CD ROM PCIRST# [5,6,12,16,18,19,20,21,24,27] IDE_PDD8 IDE_PDD7 IDE_PDD9 IDE_PDD6 IDE_PDD10 IDE_PDD5 +5VS IDE_PDD11 IDE_PDD4 R238 IDE_PDD12 IDE_PDD3 IDE_PDD13 IDE_PDD2 IDE_PDD14 IDE_PDD1 +3VS AUDIO CODEC IDE_PDD15 IDE_PDD0 Sheet 16 of 29...

  • Page 89: Lan Rtl8100bl

    Schematic Diagrams LAN RTL8100BL +2.5V [5,7,8,12,22] [4,12,13,14,16,20,21,22,24,25,26,28] C476 C511 C474 C468 C510 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF *For RTL8100C application, all bead must be rated 300mA/100ohm@100Mhz The maximum voltage drop when on should be less than 0.3V DE-COUPLE CAPS PLEASE CLOSE CHIP POWER PIN HCB2012K-121T30 Z1806 HCB2012K-121T30...

  • Page 90: Rom, W517

    Schematic Diagrams ROM, W517 +5VS XA0/GP15 SA18 XA1/GP26 SA17 C529 XA2/GP27 0.1uF SA16 +3VS XA3/GP40 SA15 XA4/GP41 SA14 XA5/GP42 VCC3V SA13 +3VS XA6/GP43 VCC3V R263 SA12 XA7/GP44 SA11 PLCC Z1938 XA8/GP45 PDCTL# SA10 XA9/GP46 SA10 XA10/GP47 ROMWRITE# ROMWRITE# SA11 8.2K XA11/GP50 +5VS SA12...

  • Page 91: Ti1394 (tsb43ab21

    Schematic Diagrams TI1394 (TSB43AB21) +3V1394 [4,12,13,14,16,18,21,22,24,25,26,28] +3V1394 R276 HCB1608K-121T25 Z2001 4.7K C514 C536 C199 C549 +3V1394 8P4RX4.7K 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF Z2002 Z2003 C525 C528 Z2004 0.1uF 10uF/10V +3V1394 Z2005 C512 C505 C551 C545 C507 C537 C539 C557 C538 C515 PCI_AD[31:0] PCI_AD[31:0] [12,18,24] RP69...

  • Page 92: Hitachi H8s

    Z2144 REMOTE_IR +3VH8 7S08 JFAN2 Z2123 Z2122 1N4148 R547 2N7002 U12E RB751V REMOTE_IR_EN CON2_1 Z2118 R214 3/17 JTP1 C280 Z2126 74LVC14 FAN_ON Z2124 R518 0.1uF TP_CLK C159 TP_DATA 2200PF *2SC4672 C358 CON4 *0.1uF 0.1uF Hitachi H8S (71-M3000-D04) B - 21...

  • Page 93: Con

    Schematic Diagrams +1.25VS JDD1 Sheet 21 of 29 VIN1 0.1U +12V +VDD3 +VDD5 0.1U +1.2VS +1.5V 0.1U +2.5V [26] DD_ON# [21,26] DDON [4,13,18,19,26,29] SUSB# 3/25 C107 C585 C586 C587 C588 +3VH8 0.1U +5VH8 10uF/10V 10uF/10V 10uF/10V 10uF/10V [4,11,12,13,14] ICHPWROK +1.25VS CON50 B - 22 CON (71-M3000-D04)

  • Page 94: Audio Codec Alc201

    Schematic Diagrams Audio Codec ALC201 +3VS PLEASE PLACE CLOSE THE POWER INPUT PINS R274 AUD_AGND +3VS C234 C535 C550 0.1uF 0.1uF 10uF/10V 3/13 Z2361 EAPD SPDIFO HCB1608K-121T25 C552 Z2362 C240 DVdd1 Z2322 DVss1 NC/CAP4 Z2323 C542 DVss2 CAP1/CAP3 Z2324 AUD_VDD DVdd2 VRDA/CAP2 Z2325...

  • Page 95: Pcmcia (ene1410

    Schematic Diagrams PCMCIA (ENE1410) [4,12,13,14,16,18,20,21,22,25,26,28] PCUVCC VCCP HCB2012K-121T30 HCB2012K-121T30 C166 C154 C436 C479 C161 C208 C206 C204 C205 C170 C207 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 10uF/10V 0.1uF 0.1uF VCCP VCCP [25] VPPD0 [25] VPPD1 VCCCB [25] PCUVCC [25] VCCD0# VCCP [25]...

  • Page 96

    Schematic Diagrams PCMCIA Socket [4,12,13,14,16,18,20,21,22,24,26,28] VPPCB CCD1# R493 43K_NF C172 C171 C200 CAD0 D3 - CAD0 1000PF 0.1uF 10uF/25V CAD1 CCD2# R494 43K_NF Sheet 24 of 29 D4 - CAD1 CAD3 D5 - CAD3 CAD5 CVS1 R219 43K_NF D6 - CAD5 CAD7 D7 - CAD7 CCBE#0...

  • Page 97: Ac In; Power Button

    Schematic Diagrams AC IN; Power Button +3VS 9410 3/25 JPWR1 TOTAL-PW [21] C581 2.2uF PC69 +12V 0.1uF(0805) PD18 20QS04 R489 Z2613 C582 C583 C584 C547 PQ14 C543 CON7 330K R490 R532 100K 100K_1206 PC59 PC60 PC58 *220uF/6.3V 10uF/10V 10uF/10V 10uF/10V 0.1uF(0805) 0.1uF(0805) 0.1uF(0805)

  • Page 98: Ch7011; Tv-out

    Schematic Diagrams CH7011; TV-Out +3VS [3,4,5,6,7,8,10,11,12,13,14,16,17,18,19,21,23,26,28] +5VS [6,11,12,14,17,19,21,23,26,28] +1.5VS [5,6,7,12,14,26] DVOCD[11:0] DVOCD11 TZ2711 DVOCD10 DVOCD9 DVOCFLDSTL DVOCFLDSTL [5] DVOCD8 DVOCD7 TZ2712 C/H Sync DVOCD6 DVOCD5 TZ2713 HCB1608K-121T25 CVBS DVOCD4 DVDD +3VS DVOCD3 DVOCD2 DVOCD1 DVOCD0 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 47uF Z2704 CVBS/B DVOCCLK# DVOCCLK#...

  • Page 99: V_core

    Schematic Diagrams V_CORE Z2832 PR65 Z2803 PR62 Z2817 PR19 Z2818 PC25 1U(0805) PR22 10(0805) VIN1 PR24 PR18 Z2802 PC22 PC16 RUN/SS INTVCC1 PR26 100K PC66 0.1U SI4892 SI4892 10U/25V_O 10U/25V_O RUN/SS PGOOD PC65 Z2822 V_CORE PQ12 PR14 SENSE1+ PQ23 Z2801 2N7002 43.2K_1% 2N7002...

  • Page 100: Charger

    Schematic Diagrams Charger 2.5A 2.5A Si4835 Z2923 Z2920 Z2919 PQ18 CDRH-1205-470 25m(2512) 03A04 DTA114EUA PC32 PC31 PD10 PR30 PC41 1SS355 100U/25V *0.1U(0805) 0.1U(0805) 0.1U(0805) 100U/25V 100K 03A04 100U/25V 100U/25V 0.1U(0805) 0.1U(0805) Z2901 PR28 Z2926 Z2925 PQ19 Z2924 DTC114EUA PR41 PR40 +3VH8 PR54 PR33...

  • Page 101: Multi-function Board

    Schematic Diagrams Multi-Function Board MPD1 FD10JK4(TO-252) MVIN MJMFC1 MCON1 MPR2 MPR5 100m(2512) M+3VS MPF1 10K(0805) MNUM_LED# MVA+ Z3014 MPR3 100m(2512) MGND MCAP_LED# MSCROLL_LED# GND1 MPC3 MPC2 MPC1 MPR1 MPR7 MPR6 MBT_EN 0.1UF GND2 MPR4 0.1UF 10K(0805) 10K/1% 10K/1% MHD_PD_LED# 0.1U(0805) 0.1U(0805) 0.1U(0805) 10K(0805)

  • Page 102: Updating The Flash Rom Bios

    1. Using your web browser go to www.clevo.com.tw 2. Choose Download from the menu bar at the top of the page. 3. In the Driver section select the model of your computer (M300N/M310N Series) and the driver type (BIOS). 4. Select GO.

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