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VERSA 2000 (RT1)
SERVICE AND REFERENCE MANUAL

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  • Page 1 VERSA 2000 (RT1) SERVICE AND REFERENCE MANUAL...
  • Page 2 The NEC product(s) discussed in this document are warranted in accordance with the terms of the Warranty Statement accompanying each product. However, actual performance of each such product is dependent upon factors such as system configuration, customer data, and operator control.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    System Memory....................... 1-5 Memory Map......................1-6 System Video........................1-7 Parallel Interface......................1-11 Serial Interface......................... 1-11 NEC Versa 2000 Series Chip Set ..................1-11 System Logic ......................1-12 Flash ROM ....................... 1-12 ROM BIOS......................1-12 Peripheral Controller ....................1-13 VGA Controller......................1-13 Video Controller Architecture................
  • Page 4 Security Options ......................2-15 System Password...................... 2-15 Using the System Password ................2-15 Keyboard Lock Hotkey .................... 2-16 NEC Utilities ........................2-17 BIOS Update Utility (BUU)..................2-17 Precautions ......................2-17 Downloading the Update Utility ............... 2-18 Using the Update Utility ................... 2-18 Menu Functions....................
  • Page 5 Replacing the Battery Pack....................2-26 Saving Battery Power ....................2-27 Automatic Power-Saving Features .................. 2-28 Power Saving Levels ....................2-28 Active Mode...................... 2-28 Suspend Mode....................2-28 Section 3 Illustrated Parts Breakdown Appendix A Connector Locations and Pin Assignments List of Figures Versa 2000 Series (Right Side View) ...............
  • Page 6 I/O Connector Descriptions................2-2 Control and Switch Functions................2-4 FnKey Operations ..................... 2-5 POST Error Messages ..................2-8 Auto Setup Key Functions ................2-10 Auto Setup Parameter Options................2-11 Automatic Power-Saving Features..............2-28 Versa 2000 Series Field-Replaceable Parts............3-1 Option and Documentation Part Numbers ............3-5 System Board Connectors .................
  • Page 7: Preface

    This service and reference manual contains the technical information necessary to set up, and maintain the NEC Versa™ 2000 Series Notebook systems. It also provides hardware and interface information for users who need an overview of the computer system design.
  • Page 8: Abbreviations

    Abbreviations ampere alternating current advanced technology (IBM PC) Bulletin Board System binary-coded decimal BIOS Customized Utility BIOS basic input/output system binary digit bits per inch bits per second BIOS Upgrade Utility centigrade Cache high-speed buffer storage constantly addressable memory column address strobe CD-ROM compact disk-ROM Color Graphics Adapter Color Graphics Board...
  • Page 9 DRAM dynamic RAM data terminal equipment error checking and correction error detecting system Enhanced Graphics Adapter Expanded Memory Specification enhanced parallel port EPROM erasable and programmable EVGA Enhanced Video Graphics Array Fahrenheit facsimile transmission Federal Communications Commission frame ground frequency modulation Function field-replaceable unit gigabyte...
  • Page 10 kilo (1024) kilo (1000) kilobyte kilogram kilohertz kilovolt pound LDTR local descriptor table register light-emitting diode least-significant bit large-scale integration mega milliamps maximum megabyte Monochrome Display Adapter modified frequency modulation megahertz millimeter millisecond most-significant bit NASC National Authorized Service Center not connected numeric data processor Non-maskable Interrupt...
  • Page 11 programmable peripheral interface PROM programmable ROM quad flat pack random-access memory RAMDAC RAM digital-to-analog row address strobe red green blue RGBI red green blue intensity read-only memory revolutions per minute read real-time clock read/write slave SCSI Small Computer System Interface SDLC Synchronous Data Link Control signal ground...
  • Page 12 microfarad microprocessor microsecond...
  • Page 13: Technical Information

    Section 1 Technical Information ® The NEC Versa 2000 series computers integrate the Intel 486 DX4-75 chip. The systems offer a unique transportable unit in the following configurations: !" NEC Versa 2000C 75-MHz CPU, 350-MB hard disk drive, 9.5-inch thin-film...
  • Page 14: Hardware Overview

    Figure Section 2-2 Versa 2000 Series (Left Side View) HARDWARE OVERVIEW The base unit includes a color LCD panel, a 2 1/2-inch 350-MB, or 540-MB hard disk drive, a 3 1/2-inch, 1.44-MB diskette drive, a battery pack, and a PS/2 compatible 83-key keyboard.
  • Page 15: Liquid Crystal Display (Lcd)

    Figure Section 2-3 Versa 2000 Series (Rear View) Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) The system integrates a built-in LCD. The LCD supports VESA Local (VL) bus video. The LCD operates with the Chips & Technologies 65545B1-5 VGA controller. The controller supports Super VGA. For more information on the 65545B1-5 VGA controller, read the description provided in the Versa 2000 Series Chip Set subsection.
  • Page 16: System Board

    System Board The system board (G8TZL) is the primary component in the system. It contains I/O ® subsystems and houses the Intel 486 DX4-75 chip (75 Mhz internal, 50 Mhz external). The chip controls important functions including power management, direct drive bus interface and memory management.
  • Page 17: Keyboard

    (cursor). To use the VersaGlide, glide your finger across the NEC VersaGlide pad, and the cursor follows. The buttons on either side of the NEC VersaGlide allow the user to select or deselect menu items. Double-tap is also supported on the VersaGlide pad.
  • Page 18: Memory Map

    Memory Map The system supports system and video shadowing, both controlled through complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS). The system supports BIOS as a cacheable area with write protection. Table Section 2-1 lists the system's memory map. To view a more complete breakdown, and to determine available space for the addition of drivers etc., type MSD at the DOS prompt and press Enter.
  • Page 19: System Video

    SYSTEM VIDEO The system's LCD operates using the Chips and Technologies 65545B1-5 VGA Controller. Video signals travel from the controller through the system's 15-pin D-SUB connector using 5 volts. System video integrates a 32-bit VL-bus interface using local bus video. The system ships with 1 MB Video RAM (VRAM).
  • Page 20 Table Section 2-2 CRT Display Mode (CRT only) Mode Display Text Refresh (Hex) Mode Colors Display Resolution Font Rate 4-bit linear 16 128x48 1024x768 8x16 4-bit linear 16 128x48 1024x768 8x16 8-bit linear 256 80x30 640x480 8x16 30*** 8-bit linear 256 80x30 640x480 8x16...
  • Page 21 Mode Display Text Refresh (Hex) Mode Colors Display Resolution Font Rate Text 40x25 320x200 Text 80x25 640x200 0*, 1* Text 40x25 320x350 8x14 2*, 3* Text 80x25 640x350 8x14 0**, 1** Text 40x25 320.x4000 8x16 2**, 3** Text 80x25 640x400 8x16 4, 5 Graphics 4...
  • Page 22 Table Section 2-4 lists LCD display modes, 640 x 480 DSTN, simultaneous CRT display modes. Table Section 2-4 LCD Display Mode (640 x 480 DSTN, Simultaneous CRT Display) Mode Display Text Refesh (Hex) Mode Colors Display Resolution Font Rate 0, 1 Text 40x25 320x200...
  • Page 23: Parallel Interface

    50/56000 bps. The serial port connects an RS-232C device or an external modem. The serial port address is 3F8h and the interrupt level is IRQ04. NEC VERSA 2000 SERIES CHIP SET Refer to Table Section 2-5 for a quick summary of the chip types used in the system. See the Abbreviations section at the beginning of this manual for a translation of chip technologies.
  • Page 24: System Logic

    System Logic The PT86C786/PT86C718 Pico Power chips and the Sequoia-1 PT86C768A2 chip each consist of a 176-pin thin-quad flat-package. This chip controller supports fast graphics and I/O processing. The system logic controller adds the following features: !" built-in level 2 cache controller !"...
  • Page 25: Peripheral Controller

    The BIOS often changes after the product release to provide enhanced features or bug fixes. To acquire the latest BIOS release, the ROM is flashed electronically allowing the BIOS update to occur without removing the ROM. See Section 2, Setup and Operation, for BIOS upgrade procedures.
  • Page 26: Diskette Controller, Serial Interface, Parallel Interface

    Diskette Controller, Serial Interface, Parallel Interface The PC8733 chip is a 100-pin plastic Thin Quad Flat Plastic (TQFP) chip. The controller changes 8-bit parallel data into serial data and writes the data to the diskette. Conversely, the serial data is transmitted from the diskette into parallel data, where it remains until the read operation takes place.
  • Page 27: I/O Addressing

    I/O Addressing The CPU works in conjunction with I/O devices using I/O mapping. Refer to Table Section 2-6 for hex addresses. Table Section 2-6 Versa 2000 Series I/O Address Map Address (Hex) I/O Device Name 000-00F DMA Controller 1 020-03F Interrupt Controller 1 040-043 Timer 1...
  • Page 28: Interrupt Controllers

    Table Section 2-6 Versa 2000 Series I/O Address Map Address (Hex) I/O Device Name 0C10H Extended System Port 6 03E0-03E1 PCMCIA (CL-PD6720) Interrupt Controllers Using interrupts, it is possible to change the code sequence. To change the sequence, reassign the interrupt-levels. Fifteen interrupts can be used with a cascade connection of 8259INTC x 2.
  • Page 29: Power Management Overview

    Use Auto Setup to select specific power management options. For information on how to select these options, see Section 2. NOTE: Some power management features are unavailable when an NEC docking station is connected. System Power Management The system power management consists of the following operation modes. These modes are: !"...
  • Page 30: Plug And Play

    Drive. PLUG AND PLAY The NEC Versa 2000 has a Plug and Play functionality. This means you can suspend the system, add an external keyboard, mouse, or monitor, and when you resume working, the NEC Versa 2000 recognizes the devices that have been connected to it. Similarly, you can remove external devices in Suspend mode and the NEC Versa 2000 notices the difference when resumed.
  • Page 31: Specifications

    Size Width: 11.7 in. (300 mm) Depth: 9.1 in. (233.3 mm) Height: 1.9 in. (48.7 mm), 2.2 in. (56 mm) NEC Versa 2000C (TFT) Weight: 6.51lb (2.95 kg) (Exact weight depends on options) NEC Versa 2000D (DSTN) Weight: 6.31lb (2.86 kg)
  • Page 32 Table Section 2-8 Specifications Item Specification Front Panel Controls Power Switch Power Management Suspend/Resume Button Reset Switch Brightness Control Contrast Control (DSTN model only) LEDs Power Management Battery/AC Power Hard Disk Diskette Num Lock Caps Lock Scroll Lock System Board P24C-75 Clock Speed 75 MHz...
  • Page 33 Table Section 2-8 Specifications Item Specification Memory System Memory 4 MB high-speed interleaved access, 70 ns (DSTN model) 8 MB high-speed interleaved access, 70 ns (TFT model) Optional Two memory slots available for memory cards on underside of system. Expandable in 4-MB, 8-MB, 16-MB Maximum 36 MB to 40 MB total Video RAM 1 MB...
  • Page 34 Table Section 2-8 Specifications Item Specification Recommended Environment Operation Temperature: 41° to 95°F (5° to 35°C) Relative Humidity: 20% to 80% (No condensation) Storage Temperature: -4° to 104°F (-20° to 40°C) Relative Humidity: 20% to 80% (No condensation) Administrative Compliance UL 1950 CSA C22.2 No.
  • Page 35: Setup And Operation

    Section 2 Setup and Operation This section provides setup and operation information for the Versa 2000 series system (including cabling, power-on verification and using Auto Setup). UNPACKING THE SYSTEM Find an area away from devices that generate strong magnetic fields (electric motors, transformers, etc.).
  • Page 36: Cable Connections

    Connects to a 25-pin parallel printer. CRT Port Connects to a 15-pin external CRT. Docking Connector Provides a 75-pin connector to attach the optional NEC MediaDock 2000. Power Connector This 4-pin connector provides an interface for the AC adapter. The...
  • Page 37: Operating Controls

    OPERATING CONTROLS The following section describes system controls, the LEDs, and function keys. Refer to Figure Section 2-2 and Table Section 2-2 to locate system controls and switches. Figure Section 2-2 Control and Switch Location...
  • Page 38: Leds

    For longer battery life, decrease the brightness. LEDs The NEC Versa 2000 uses LEDs to let the user determine system status. The following list describes LEDs. Hard Disk — Green when the system is writing data to or retrieving from the system’s hard disk.
  • Page 39: Function Keys (Fn Keys)

    Battery Status — There are several light indicators as follows. Battery Status AC Powered Green 50% to 100% Green 25% to 49% Yellow 10% to 24% Orange 0% to 9% Blinking Orange Charging Blinking Green Power off No color Num Lock — Green is On; No color is Off. Caps Lock —...
  • Page 40: Cmos Clear Switch And Keyboard Switch

    Figure Section 2-3 shows the CMOS switch location. To clear the CMOS switch, do the following: Power off the NEC Versa 2000 and remove the expansion memory compartment cover. Slide the CMOS Clear switch to On and wait about 30 seconds.
  • Page 41: Smart Power Switch

    Smart Power Switch Provides an automatic feature that prevents you from accidentally powering off the NEC Versa 2000, and losing your data while your system is in Suspend mode. The smart power switch senses that the system is in Suspend mode and prevents you from directly powering off the system when you press the power switch.
  • Page 42: Post Errors

    POST Errors Error messages will appear during POST when configuration information does not match the settings stored in memory. Error message will also appear if the system loses the configuration information due to hardware failure. Refer to Table Section 2-4 for a description of POST error messages. Table Section 2-4 POST Error Messages Message Action...
  • Page 43: System Parameters

    NOTE: If a display related error occurs, it is indicated by beeps. Display related errors usually require a system board replacement. SYSTEM PARAMETERS The system uses Auto Setup to set and view system parameters. During POST, Auto Setup detects current system parameters. Read the following subsections for specific uses and procedures on setting system parameters.
  • Page 44: Auto Setup Keys

    Auto Setup Keys Refer to Table Section 2-5 for a description of Auto Setup Key functions. Table Section 2-5 Auto Setup Key Functions Function Moves cursor to another field in the menu. For example, pressing Tab moves the cursor up or down a list of current parameters. Highlighted letter Selects menu bar option or parameter with the highlighted letter.
  • Page 45: Auto Setup Parameter Options

    AUTO SETUP PARAMETER OPTIONS Refer to Table Section 2-6 for a complete list of the parameters selectable through Auto Setup. Parameter descriptions follow the table. Menu selections for Auto Setup are the same except where noted. Table Section 2-6 Auto Setup Parameter Options Menu Default Setting Comms...
  • Page 46: Parameter Descriptions

    Table Section 2-6 Auto Setup Parameter Options Menu Default Setting Time/Date Time HR:MIN:SEC Date MO/DAY/YEAR Parameter Descriptions Read the following for an understanding of each parameter's function. Comms This menu item changes the I/O address for the serial, parallel, and intrenal modem ports. Change the default address and interrupt level only if a conflict exists.
  • Page 47: Power

    Power Selects the power management features. Remember that these features are inoperative when the system is connected to the optional Docking Station. Set the power management level to “Longest Battery Life” for maximum power savings, “Maximum Performance” for minimal savings, “Personal Setup” for customized power management, or “Off”...
  • Page 48: Time/Date

    Time/Date Sets the current time and date in military format. To set the time, enter the hour, minute, and seconds in hh:mm:ss, 24-hour format. For example, type 14:30:00 for 2:30 p.m. Enter the current day, month, and year for example, mm/dd/yyyy. For example, to enter October 7, 1994, type 10/07/1994.
  • Page 49: Security Options

    SECURITY OPTIONS The system supports two types of passwords for system security: !" system password !" keyboard lock hotkey. The following contains instructions for setting and using the password feature. System Password Use the system password to lock the system at power-on. The system password is set using Auto Setup.
  • Page 50: Keyboard Lock Hotkey

    NOTE: The characters entered do not appear on the screen. If it takes more than three tries to enter the correct password, power off the system and try again. Remove a password or replace a current password with a new one as follows. !"...
  • Page 51: Nec Utilities

    NEC UTILITIES To view the list of NEC utilities and drivers, go to the cardwiz directory. To get into the cardwiz directory, type cardwiz. Press Enter. NOTE: Most applications, such as communications software, are not PCMCIA aware. Make sure the card is inserted and ready before using an application.
  • Page 52: Downloading The Update Utility

    Downloading the Update Utility To receive the latest version of the BIOS Update utility, perform the following steps. Log onto NEC's BBS by dialing (508)-635-4706. The BBS parameters are as follows. !" Baud rate: 300 to 14,400 Kbps !" Parity: none !"...
  • Page 53 Press Enter to continue. The utility checks the currently installed BIOS version and the diskette's BIOS versions. If the BIOS can be updated, the Main Menu appears (see the following screen). If there is a problem, the appropriate message is displayed. NEC BIOS Update Utility Main Menu Information Display BIOS Version...
  • Page 54: Menu Functions

    Menu Functions Use the Main Menu to update the BIOS version; other menu functions are optional. To select a menu function, use the arrow keys to highlight the function and press Enter. If help is needed, press F1 for additional information. Information This option provides important information about the BIOS Update utility.
  • Page 55 Customize BIOS Use this option to customize the BIOS when the new BIOS is installed. When selected, a message similar to the following appears. Edit Sign-on Messages View Sign-on Message Clear Sign-on message Return The edit option creates or changes a custom sign-on message. This sign-on message can be up to 40 characters and is displayed every time the system boots.
  • Page 56 When selecting the Install New BIOS function, a message similar to the following appears. This procedure will install the new BIOS in your system. After the new BIOS is installed, your system will be reset. Enter “Y” to continue [N] Note: Your current BIOS will be saved if a copy of it does not already exist on this disk.
  • Page 57 This procedure installs the previously saved BIOS in the system. Selecting this function displays a message similar to the following. This procedure installs the previously saved BIOS in your computer. After the new BIOS is restored, your system is reset. Enter “Y”...
  • Page 58: Power Sources

    POWER SOURCES For optimum performance and power conservation, use the AC adapter to power the Versa 2000 series system. Other power sources include the battery pack, the optional car DC adapter and the optional docking station . AC Adapter The AC adapter allows the system to operate with AC power, recharges the battery pack, and maintains the bridge battery.
  • Page 59: Battery Power

    Connect the AC adapter as follows: Connect the adapter's DC cable to the power connector on the rear of the system. Connect the other end to the AC adapter. Figure Section 2-4 Connecting the AC Adapter Connect one end of the AC power cable to the AC adapter. Connect the other end of the AC power cable to a 100- to 240-volt, AC wall outlet.
  • Page 60: Recharging The Battery Pack

    Recharging the Battery Pack There are two ways to recharge the battery pack, Quick Charge and Normal Charge. A Quick Charge is performed when the system is off or in Suspend mode with the AC adapter connected. A Normal Charge is performed when the AC adapter is connected and the system is on.
  • Page 61: Saving Battery Power

    Insert the new battery pack into the battery compartment. Push the battery pack into the compartment until it locks into place. Figure Section 2-6 Battery Pack Replacement Replace the battery cover. Exit Suspend mode. Saving Battery Power The system utilizes two power conserving states: Active and Suspend mode. The system automatically switches between these modes to conserve battery power and prolong battery life.
  • Page 62: Automatic Power-Saving Features

    Battery life is also maintained by using the power management levels listed in the next section. The default timeouts listed below can be changed using Auto Setup. The NEC Power Center Utility icon also allows you to change the timeout period for some of these devices.
  • Page 63: Illustrated Parts Breakdown

    Section 3 Illustrated Parts Breakdown This subsection contains the illustrated parts breakdown (IPB) and NEC part numbers for the Versa 2000 series system. Error! Reference source not found. shows the field- replaceable parts for the system. Table Section 3-8 lists option, documentation, and shipping carton part numbers.
  • Page 64 Table Section 3-8 Versa 2000 Series Field-Replaceable Parts* Item Description Part Number Top Case Assembly (DSTN) 136-238070-001A Keyboard (Domestic) 808-897250-004A Keyboard (German) 808-897250-003A Keyboard (United Kingdom) 808-897250-002A Glidepoint Assembly 808-874649-003A Speaker Assembly 808-874738-001A Bridge Battery 804-021231-001A Battery/Speaker Holder 136-619095-001A Metal Keyboard Support 136-238071-A CMOS Battery (Lithium) 808-874741-001A...
  • Page 65 Table Section 3-8 Versa 2000 Series Field-Replaceable Parts* Item Description Part Number Modem Cable 158-050519-005 NEC Logo Badge 136-600325-A Plastic Carrying Case 158-040505-000 4-MB Memory Card 136-266472-A 8-MB Memory Card 158-082642-070 * Not shown in IPB figure...
  • Page 67: Option And Documentation Part Numbers

    High Performance Ethernet Card OP-720-1201 NEC VersaVideo Portable Digital Video Card OP-750-4701-1 500 Kbps SCSI Card OP-740-4001 NEC Versa 2000 Series Quick Setup Sheet 819-181280-000 NEC Versa 2000 Series User's Guide 819-181279-000 NEC Versa 2000 Series Service and 819-181268-000 Reference Guide Internal 14.4 Kbps Modem...
  • Page 68 Section 4Appendix A Connector Locations and Pin Assignments Figure Section 4-1 shows the connectors on the Versa 2000 series system board. Table Section 4-1 lists connector descriptions. The remaining tables provide pin assignments for system connectors. Figure Section 4-1 System Board Connector Locations...
  • Page 69 Table Section 4-1 System Board Connectors Connector Description CN13 Bridge Battery CN20 Speaker Connector LCD Connector CN14 PCMCIA Connector CN10 LED Connector CN8A and CN8B Keyboard Connectors Diskette Drive Connector CN12 VersaGlide Connector CN17A Lithium Battery Connector CN11 Battery Pack Connector Table Section 4-2 Keyboard/Mouse Connector Pin Assignments Signal...
  • Page 70 Table Section 4-3 Serial Port Connector Pin Assignments Signal Data Carrier Receive Data Transmit Data Data Terminal Ready Ground Data Set Ready Request to Send Clear to Send Ring Indicator Table Section 4-4 CRT Connector Pin Assignments Signal Green Blue No Connection Ground Ground...
  • Page 71 Table Section 4-5 Parallel Printer Pin Assignments Signal - Strobe Data Bit 0 Data Bit 1 Data Bit 2 Data Bit 3 Data Bit 4 Data Bit 5 Data Bit 6 Data Bit 7 - Acknowledge Busy Select - Auto Feed XT - Error - Initialize - Select In...
  • Page 72 Table Section 4-6 Docking Connector Pin Assignments Signal DSDET2 Ground 4-23 DSDET2 +12V CHG 25-32 Docking Station Detect AGND AGND AGND BALE IOCHCK IOCHRDY SBHE MEMR MEMW RESET DRV SMEMR SMEMR IOCS16 PC Detect HDD Access FDD Access Mouse Clock Mouse Data Keyboard Clock...
  • Page 73 Table Section 4-6 Docking Connector Pin Assignments Signal Keyboard Data Reserved +12V Sys Floppy Track 0 Through +12V Sys CRT Red CRT Green SA17 SA18 SA19 MENCS16 Refresh Printer-Strobe Printer-Acknowlg Printer-Busy Printer-P End Printer Select Printer-Auto FD Printer -Error Printer-Initialize Printer Select In FD Head Select FD-Direction In...
  • Page 74 Table Section 4-6 Docking Connector Pin Assignments Signal LA20 LA19 LA18 LA17 FD-Write Protect FD-Disk Change FD-Read Data FD-Index CRT-Blue CRT-HSync SD10 SD11 SD12 SD13 SD14 SD15 Master Serial-CD Serial-TXD Serial-RXD Serial-DTR Serial-DSR Serial-RTS Serial-CTS Serial-RI FD-Drive Select FD-Motor 0...
  • Page 75 Table Section 4-6 Docking Connector Pin Assignments Signal 129-132 Reserved CRT-VSync CLK1 PR-D2 PR-D4 PR-D6 IRQ3 IRQ5 IRQ7 IRQ10 IRQ12 IRQ15 DRQ1 DRQ3 DRQ6 DACK0 DACK2 DACK5 DACK7 FD-Drive Select 1 FD-Motor 1 FD-Write Data SA15 SA13 SA11...
  • Page 76 Table Section 4-6 Docking Connector Pin Assignments Signal Audio Analog Ground Audio Analog Ground Line-in Right Line-in Left PR-D0 PR-D1 PR-D3 PR-D5 PR-D7 IRQ4 IRQ6 IRQ9 IRQ11 IRQ14 Table Section 4-7 Power Connector Signal Not Defined +19V Ground...
  • Page 77 Table Section 4-8 Hard Disk Drive Connector Signal HDD Access LED Chip Select 0 Chip Select 1 Address 0 Addrss 2 Address 1 Diagnostic Not Used Not Used IO16I IO Channel Ready Cable Select IO Write I/O Read Not Used Data 0 Data 1 Data 15...
  • Page 78 Table Section 4-9 Diskette Drive Connector Signal SIDE FDCNT RDATA No Connection WPRT Ground Ground No Connection TRK0 Ground No Connection WDATA Ground Ground No Connection STEP Ground No Connection No Connection MOTOR DSKCHG No Connection DRVSEL No Connection INDEX...
  • Page 79: Active Mode

    Section 5Index AC adapter, 2-24 Accessing auto setup, 2-9 Active mode, 1-17, 2-28 APM, 2-17 Auto setup, 2-9 Auto setup keys, 2-10 Auto setup options, 2-11 Automatic power saving, 2-28 Backlight, 2-13 Battery charging time, 2-26 Battery Pack, 1-4 Battery power, 2-25 BIOS update, 1-13 Bridge battery, 1-4, 2-24 BUU menu functions, 2-20...
  • Page 80: I/O Connector Descriptions

    Keyboard select switch, 2-4 Keyboard switch, 2-6 LCD types, 1-3 LCD backlighting, 1-3 LED descriptions, 2-4 Local device timers, 1-18 Local power management, 1-17 Memory map, 1-6 Microprocessor, 1-1 NEC utilities, 2-17 Normal charge, 2-26 Operating controls, 2-3 Option part numbers, 3-4...
  • Page 81: Post Error Messages

    Parallel interface enhanced capabilities port, 1-11 Parallel port pin assignments, A-4 Parameter descriptions, 2-12 comms, 2-12 drives, 2-12 keyboard, 2-12 power, 2-12 PCMCIA controller, 1-14 PCMCIA drivers/utilities, 1-14 PCMCIA Slots, 1-4 Pentium, 1-1 Peripheral controller, 1-13 Plug and play, 1-18 PnPVFD, 2-17 Post error messages, 2-8 Post errors, 2-8...
  • Page 82: System Board Connectors

    Saving battery power, 2-27 Security options, 2-15 Serial interface, 1-11 Serial port connector pin assignments, A-3 Shipping configurations, 1-1 Smart power switch, 2-7 Suspend mode, 1-17, 2-26, 2-28 Suspend warning tone, 2-13 System board, 1-3 System board connectors, A-1 System logic, 1-12 System memory, 1-5 System parameters, 2-7, 2-9 System password, 2-12, 2-15...

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