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EXTENSA 700/710 Notebook
Service Guide
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Service Guide files and updates are available on Acer
Intranet and CSD database on Lotus Notes.
More detail information, please refer to Service CD kit.
EX700/710 Service CD Kit
PART No. 6M.48469.001

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  • Page 1 EXTENSA 700/710 Notebook Service Guide CSD Web: csd.acer.com.tw Service Guide files and updates are available on Acer Intranet and CSD database on Lotus Notes. More detail information, please refer to Service CD kit. EX700/710 Service CD Kit PART No. 6M.48469.001...
  • Page 2 Copyright Copyright * 1996 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.
  • Page 3: System Specifications

    C h a p t e r 1 System Specifications Overview This computer was designed with the user in mind. Here are just a few of its many features: Performance Intel Pentium® II processor or Intel Pentium® processor with MMX™ •...
  • Page 4 Sleek, smooth and stylish design • Full-sized keyboard • Wide and curved palm rest • Ergonomically-centered touchpad pointing device • Expansion CardBus PC card (formerly PCMCIA) slots (two type II/I or one type III) • with ZV (Zoomed Video) port support Mini docking station option for one-step connect/disconnect from •...
  • Page 5: System Status Indicators

    System Status Indicators The Power and Standby indicators are visible even when you close the display cover so you can see the status of the computer while the cover is closed. Icon Function Description Power Lights when the computer is on. Standby Lights when the computer enters Standby mode.
  • Page 6 Hot Key Icon Function Description Fn-F2 Setup Accesses the notebook configuration utility. Fn-F3 Standby Puts the computer in Standby mode. Press any key to return. Fn-F4 Hibernation Puts the computer in Hibernation mode (if PHDISK, the hibernation utility, is installed, valid and enabled).
  • Page 7 Hot Key Icon Function Description Fn-H Turbo mode Toggles turbo mode on and on/off off. With turbo mode off, power management is maximized. Note: If you want to use an external PS/2 mouse, first enable the touchpad, connect the external PS/2 mouse, then disable the touchpad if necessary.
  • Page 8: Hardware Configuration And Specification

    Hardware Configuration and Specification Memory Address Map Address Range Definition Function 000000-09FFFF 640 KB memory Base memory 0A0000-0BFFFF 128 KB video RAM Reserved 0C0000-0CBFFF Video BIOS Video BIOS 0F0000-0FFFFF 64 KB system BIOS System BIOS 100000-top limited Extended memory SIMM memory FE0000-FFFFFF 256 KB system ROM Duplicate of code...
  • Page 9 Interrupt channel default assignment Channel Default setting mode Remarks IRQ15 CD-ROM driver DMA channel default assignment Channel Default setting mode DRQ/DACK0 8-bit DRQ/DACK1 8-bit DRQ/DACK2 Floppy 8-bit DRQ/DACK3 Fast Infrared 8-bit DRQ/DACK5 not use 16-bit DRQ/DACK6 not use 16-bit DRQ/DACk7 not use 16-bit I/O address map...
  • Page 10 I/O address map Address Drvice 3C6-3C9 Video DAC 3C0-3CF Enhanced graphics adapter 3E0-3E1 PCMCIA controller 3E8-3EF COM3 3F0-3F7 Floppy disk controller 3F8-3FF COM1 CF8-Cff PCI configuration register Processor item Specification CPU type Intel Tillamook 166/200/233/266 Mhz or Deschutes 233/266 Tillamook--Intel Pentium architecture, 64 bit data bus, 16K-Byte code cache, 16 K-Bytes write back data, cache, MMX Deschutes--Intel Pentium II architecture, 16KB...
  • Page 11 System Memory Item Specification Onboard memory size DIMM socket number 2 sockets (2 banks) Supported memory size per DIMM 16/32/64 Supported maximum memory size 128MB (64MB x 2) Supported DIMM type Synchronous DRAM Supported DIMM Speed SDRAM: With SPD, no parity Supported DIMM voltage 3.3V Supported DIMM package...
  • Page 12 Second-Level Cache Item Specification SRAM voltage 3.3V 1st level cache control always enable 2st level cache control always enable Cache scheme control Fixed in Write-back Video memory Item Specification Fixed or upgradeable Fixed, built-in NM2160B video controller Memory size =/configuration Video item Specification...
  • Page 13 Parallel Port Item Specification Parallel port controller NS PC97338 Number of parallel ports Location Rear side Connector type 25-pin D-type Parallel port function control Enable/Diable by BIOS Setup ECP support Yes (set by BIOS setup) Selectable ECP DMA channel (in BIOS DMA channel 1 Setup) DMA Channel 3...
  • Page 14 Item Specification 16550 UART support FIR location Left side Selectable serial port (by BIOS Setup) 2F8h, IRQ3, Disabled Audio Item Specification Audio Controller ESS PCI Maestro II Audio onboard or optional Built-in Mono or Stereo Stereo Resolution 16-bit Compatibility SB-16, Windows Sound System Mixed sound source Voice, Synthesizer, Line-in, Microphone, CD...
  • Page 15 Fax/Modem Item Specification Support modem protocol V.34 data modem, V.17 fax modem, voice/audio mode, and digital simultaneous voice and data (DSVD) operation over a dial-up telephone line Modem connector type RJ11 Modem connector location Back side Keyboard Item Specification Keyboard controller M38867 Keyboard vendor &...
  • Page 16 Item Specification Drive Format Capacity (MB) 2160 3240 4090 Bytes per sector Logical heads Logical sectors Drive Format Logical cylinders 6225 3154 7944 Physical read/write heads Disks Spindle speed (RPM) 4000 4000 4000 Performance Specifications Buffer size (KB) Interface Data transfer rete (disk- 6.0~9.1 6.4~10.4 6.46~10.4...
  • Page 17 Battery Item Specification Vendor & model name Sony BTP-1431 Battery Type Li-ion Pack capacity (mAH) 3000 Cell voltage (V) Number of battery call Package configuration 2P-4S Package voltage (V) 14.4V Charger Item Specification Vendor & model name T62.085.C.00 Input voltage (from adapter, V) 7V-24V OUtput current (to DC/DC converter, A) Battery Low Voltage...
  • Page 18 DC-DC Converter Item Specification OVP (Over Voltage 5.52~5 3.642~ 15~17 Protection, V) 3.693 OCP (Over Current 0.3~0. Protection, A) DC-AC inverter is used to generate very high AC voltage, then support to LCD CCFT backlight user, and is also responsible for the control of LCD brightness.
  • Page 19 Item Specification Optical Specification Contrast ration 50 (typ) 100 (typ) 100 (typ) Brightness (cd/m2) 70 (typ) 70 (typ) 100 (typ) Brightness control keyboard keyboard keyboard hotkey hotkey hotkey Contrast control keyboard None None hotkey Electrical Specification Supply voltage for 3.3 (typ) 3.0~3.6 (typ) 3.3 (typ) LCD display (V)
  • Page 20 AC Adapter Item Specification Hold up time (ms; 8 (min) @115 Vac input, full load) Over voltage protection (OVP, V) Short circuit protection Output can be shorted without damage Electrostatic discharge +-15 (at air discharge) (ESD, kV) Dielectric withstand voltage Primary to secondary 3000 Vac (or 4242 Vdc), 10mA for 1 second Leakage current...
  • Page 21: System Utility

    C h a p t e r 2 System Utility BIOS The flash Memory Update: The flash memory update is required for the following conditions: New versions of system programs • New features or options • Create a bootable diskette C:\Sys A: Copy flash utility &...
  • Page 22 Main BIOS Setup Utility Main Advanced Security Power Saving Exit System Time: [15:10:15] <Tab>, <Shift- Tab>, or System Data; [04/13/1998] <Enter> selects field. Floppy Disk A: [1.44 Mb 3 ”] Hard Disk 0 [3253MB] CD-ROM/ATAPI Device [CD-ROM] Boot Device Priority Speaker: [Enabled] Boot Display Device:...
  • Page 23: Hard Disk 0 Submenu

    LCD and an external display device if one is connected. Options: Auto or Both Mic-In/Line-In: Sets the function of the microphon-in/line-in jack. Options: Mic-in or Line-in Hard Disk 0 Submenu BIOS Setup Utility Main Hard Disk 0 [3253MB] Item Specific Help Type: [Auto] Cylinders:...
  • Page 24 Advanced BIOS Setup Utility Main Advanced Security Power Saving Exit Setup Warning Setting items on this menu to incorrect values may cause your system to malfunction. Serial Port: [Enabled] Base I/O address: [3F8] Interrupt: [IRQ 4] Parallel Port: [Enabled] Mode: [ECP] Base I/O address: [378]...
  • Page 25 Security BIOS Setup Utility Main Advanced Security Power Saving Exit User Password Is: Disabled Supervisor Password Is: Disabled Set User Password [Enter] [Enter] Set Supervisor Password Password on boot: [Enabled] Password check during resume: [Disabled] F1 Help Select Item Change Values F9 Setup Defaults Esc Exit Select Menu...
  • Page 26: Power Saving

    Power Saving BIOS Setup Utility Main Advanced Security Power Saving Exit Heuristic Power Management [Enabled] Display Always On [Disabled] Battery Low Suspend: [Enabled] Resume On Alarm: [Disabled] Resume Time: [00:00:00] Date: [00/00/0000] Wake On LAN: [Disabled] Battery Low Warning Beep: [Enabled] F1 Help Select Item...
  • Page 27 Resume Time Sets the time the computer resumes at if Resume on Alarm is enabled. Format: HH:MM:SS (hour:minute:second) Wake On LAN: When enabled, the computer wakes up from standby mode if the computer is accessed through the network. Consult your network administrator for details. Options: Disabled or Enabled Battery Low Warning Beep: Enables or disables warning beeps during a battery-low condition.
  • Page 28: Heuristic Power Management

    Get Default Values Resets all parameters to their factory-default values. Load Previous value Disregards any changes made in the current session and reloads their previous values. Save Changes Saves any changes made. Heuristic Power Management This computer has a built-in heuristic power management unit that monitors system activity.
  • Page 29 determined by the computer’s HPM unit, the display shuts off until you press a key or move the touchpad or external mouse. "Automatic Dim" Feature The computer has a unique "automatic dim" power-saving feature. When the computer is using AC power and you disconnect the AC adapter from the computer, it automatically dims the LCD backlight to save power.
  • Page 30 The buzzer beeps • The Standby indicator lights • Note: Unstored data is lost when you turn off the computer power in Standby mode or when the battery is drained. To leave Standby mode and return to normal mode: Press any key •...
  • Page 31 To exit Hibernation mode, press the power switch. The computer also resumes from Hibernation mode if the resume timer is set and matched. The computer also resumes via the network if the Wake On LAN parameter is enabled. Note: Do not change any devices (such as add memory or swap hard disks) when the computer is in Hibernation mode Chapter 2 2-11...
  • Page 32: Advanced Power Management

    Advanced Power Management This computer supports the APM standard designed to further reduce power consumption. APM is a power-management approach defined jointly by Microsoft and Intel. An increasing number of software packages support APM to take advantage of its power-saving features and allows greater system availability without degrading performance.
  • Page 33 PhDISK The PhDISK utility allows your computer to enter hibernation mode. Before entering hibernation mode, your computer saves all necessary computer information into a file or partition created by PhDISK, then shuts off power to all system components. On the next startup, the computer reloads the information from the PhDISK file or partition and resumes from where you left off.
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  • Page 35: Machine Disassembly

    C h a p t e r 3 Machine Disassembly This chapter contains procedures on how to disassemble the notebook computer for maintenance and troubleshooting. To disassemble the computer, you need the following tools: Wrist grounding strap and conductive mat for preventing electrostatic •...
  • Page 36 EXTENSA 700/710 Service Guide...
  • Page 37: Installing Memory

    Installing Memory Disassembling the DIMM module: 1. To remove the DIMM module, remove the screw from the DIMM cover. 2. Use a tweezers to remove the cover. 3. Use a flat-bladed screwdriver to push out the locks at both sides of the DIMM socket.
  • Page 38: Removing The Hard Disk Drive

    Removing the Hard Disk Drive 1. To remove the internal hard disk drive, remove the screw with a flat-bladed screwdriver or a coin. 2. Carefully pull out the hard disk drive cover to remove. Disassembling the hard disk drive: 1. To disassemble the hard disk module, remove the 2 screws on both sides of the hard disk drive.
  • Page 39: Removing The Battery Pack

    Removing the battery pack: 1. To remove the battery pack, press the battery compartment cover latch and slide the cover out. 2. Pull out the battery pack. 3. To reinsert the battery pack, slide in the battery pack. 4. And slide the battery compartment cover into its place. Disassembling the CD-ROM drive: 1.
  • Page 40: Removing The Keyboard

    Removing the keyboard 1. Remove the hinge cover by sliding it out. 2. Remove the middle cover by using a flat-bladed screwdriver to release the latches. 3. Lift the cover to remove 4. Replace the middle cover. 5. The latches of the middle cover and the upper case must be matched, then place it into position.
  • Page 41: Removing The Heat Sink

    Removing the Display Module 1. Disconnect the LED cable from the main board at CN13. 2. Remove the 2 screws of the LCD FPC cable. 3. Disconnect the LCD FPC cable from the motherboard at CN12. 4. Disconnect the internal microphone power cable on CN9 of the main board.
  • Page 42: Disassembling The Upper Case

    Disassembling the Upper Case Disassembly procedure of the upper case: 1. Remove the 11 screws from the upper case and base unit. 2. Disconnect the mouse cable at CN18 and the floppy drive cable at CN17. 3. Disconnect the suspend mode cable at CN7, the left channel speaker at CN8 and the right channel speaker at CN10 from the main board.
  • Page 43: Disassembling The Fan

    6. To separate the left channel speaker from the upper case, release the speaker cable from it’s latch. Disassembling the CPU: 1. Remove the 7 screws on the CPU heat sink. 2. Remove the CPU heat sink. 3. Lift the MMO CPU module up and remove. 4.
  • Page 44: Disassembling The Lower Case

    Disassembling the lower case: 1. Remove the main board from the lower case. 2. Disconnect the DC-DC charger board from the main board at CN24 and CN21. 3. Remove the IDE card from the main board at CN30. 4. Remove the 4 screws on the PCMCIA card. 5.
  • Page 45: Disassembling The Lcd

    Disassembling the LCD: 1. Remove the 5 screws on the display bezel. 2. Pull out the LCD bezel carefully. 3. Remove the internal microphone from the display panel. 4. Remove the 2 screws located at either side of the LED board. 5.
  • Page 46 3-12 EXTENSA 700/710 Service Guide...
  • Page 47: Troubleshooting

    C h a p t e r 4 Troubleshooting 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.
  • Page 48: Diskette Drive Checkout

    Diskette Drive Checkout Do the following to isolate the problem to a controller, driver, or diskette. A write-enabled, diagnostic diskette is required. Note: Make sure that the diskette does not have more than one label attached to it. Multiple labels can cause damage to the drive or cause the drive to fail.
  • Page 49: Keyboard Or Auxiliary Input Device Checkout

    2. Replace the CD-ROM drive. 3. Replace the IDE board. 4. Replace the Main board. Keyboard or Auxiliary Input Device Checkout Remove the external keyboard if the internal keyboard is to be tested. If the internal keyboard does not work or an unexpected character appears, make sure that the flexible cable extending from the keyboard is correctly seated in the connector on the sub card.
  • Page 50 Slot 1 (MB) Slot 2 (MB) Total Memory (MB) Memory errors might stop system operations, show error messages on the screen, or hang the system. 1. Boot from the diagnostics diskette and start the PQA program (please refer to “Running PQA Diagnostics Program”. 2.
  • Page 51: Power System Checkout

    Flash Memory Update: The flash Memory Update: The flash memory update is required for the following conditions: New versions of system programs • New features or options • Power System Checkout To verify the symptom of the problem, power on the computer using each of the following power sources: 1.
  • Page 52 Voltage (Vdc) +19 to +20.5 Ground If the voltage is not correct, replace the AC Adapter. If the voltage is within the range, do the following: Replace the Main board. • If the problem is not corrected, go to “Undetermined Problems”. •...
  • Page 53: Touchpad Checkout

    1. Power off the computer. 2. Remove the battery pack and measure the voltage between battery terminals 1 (+) and 7. See the following figure: If the voltage is still less than +10.0 Vdc after recharging, replace the battery. TouchPad Checkout If the TouchPad does not work, check the configuration in the ThinkPad BIOS program.
  • Page 54: Numeric Error Codes

    Symptom-to-Spare Part Index The symptom-to-Spare Part index lists the symptoms and errors and their possible causes. The most likely cause is listed first. Note: Perform the Spare Part replacement or actions in the sequence shown in the “Spare Part/Action” columns. If a Spare Part replacement did not solve the problem, put the original part back in the computer.
  • Page 55 Numeric error Codes Symptom / Error Spare Part / Action in Sequence 0220 1. Run “Load Setup Defaults” in BIOS Setup Utility. Monitor type does not match CMOS - Run Setup 0230 1. BIOS ROM 2. Main board Shadow RAM Failed at offset: nnnn 0231 1.
  • Page 56: Error Messages

    Numeric error Codes Symptom / Error Spare Part / Action in Sequence 02F5 1. DIMM 2. IMM (CPU board) DMA Test Failed 3. Main board 02F6 1. DIMM 2. IMM (CPU board) Software NMI Failed 3. Main board 02F7 1. DIMM 2.
  • Page 57 No Beep Symptoms Symptom / Error Spare Part / Action in Sequence No beep, power-on indicator not 1. Reseat LCD connectors on, and a blank LCD during 2. LCD inverter ID POST 3. LCD FPC cable 4. LCD inverter 5. LCD 6.
  • Page 58 Indicator-Related Symptoms Symptom / Error Spare Part / Action in Sequence Indicator incorrectly remains off 1. Reseat the LED board or on, but system runs correctly 2. LED board 3. Main board Power-Related Symptoms Symptom / Error Spare Part / Action in Sequence Power shuts down during 1.
  • Page 59: Intermittent Problems

    Power Management-Related Symptoms Symptom / Error Spare Part / Action in Sequence The system will not enter 1. Keyboard (if control is from the keyboard) hibernation 2. Hard disk 3. Main board The system will not wake up from 1. Keyboard (if control is from the keyboard) hibernation 2.
  • Page 60: Undetermined Problems

    2. Visually check them for damage. If any problems are found, replace the Spare Part. 3. Remove or disconnect all of the following devices: a. Non-Acer devices b. Devices attached to the port replicator c. Printer, mouse, and other external devices d.
  • Page 61: Utility Program Diskette

    Utility Program Diskette Setting LCD Panel ID There is an EEPROM in the inverter which stores its supported LCD type ID code. If you replace a LCD with one of a different brand or use a new inverter, the ID information in the inverter EEPROM should be updated. Follow the steps blew to see the LCD Panel ID: 1.
  • Page 62: Running Pqa Diagnostics Program

    Running PQA Diagnostics Program Note: Before running PQA Diagnostic Program, make sure that the write enable tab of the Diagnostic Program Diskette is set to enable. Vx_x xx-xx-xx Diag Resoult Option SysInfo Exit Press -> or <- to move around the main menu. Press Enter to enable the selected option.
  • Page 63 Auto Test Performs multiple tests of the selected items and AUTO check the select test items in sequence. Note: PCMCIA Diagnostic Supports Manual test only. Do not select PCMCIA Diagnostic in Auto Test. The screen below appears if you select AUTO Test. Vx_x xx-xx-xx Resoult...
  • Page 64: Pqa Diagnostic Program Error Code And Messages

    The right corner screen information gives you the available function keys and the specified test number. • Space Enables/disables the item • ESC Exits the program • F1 Help • F2 Tests the selected item(s) • Enter Opens the available suboptions •...
  • Page 65: Jumpers And Connectors

    Debug Board CN17 FDD Conector CN19 HDD Conector CN22 Keyboard Connector CN21& DC/DC & Charger board CN23 Fan Connector CN24 Connector CN14 USB Connector S-Terminal Connector Keyboard BIOS English Japanese European Acer Off On Off On Off On Off Chapter 5...
  • Page 66: Bottom View

    BottoM View CN30 IDE Board Conector EXTENSA 700/710 Service Guide...
  • Page 67: Spare Parts List

    C h a p t e r 6 Spare Parts List Picture Level Description Part No. ADAPTER ADT 90-264V ADP- 25.10064.011 60HB700 BATTERY COVER COVER BATTERY PC 42.47A17.001 ASSY BTY PACK LI- 60.47A01.001 ION LIP848NLA CD-ROM 700 CD-ROM MODULE 6M.47A01.001 Chapter 6...
  • Page 68 Picture Level Description Part No. CD DRV CD-224E 24X 56.10061.081 CABLE ASSEMBLY 50.47A02.001 FPC CD-ROM 700 ASSY CD-ROM 60.47A02.001 CHASSIS 700 IC CPU TILLAMOOK 01.TLLAM.K0A 200M 512K1.8V IC CPU TILLAMOOK 01.TLLAM.N3A 233M 512K1.8V IC CPU TILLAMOOK 01.TLLAM.Q60 266M 512K1.8V IC CPU INT MOBILE 01.I0MP2.N30 PII-233 IMM IC CPU INT MOBILE...
  • Page 69 Picture Level Description Part No. SDIMM 64MB 72.08S64.00E MH8S64AZ-10TA 3.3V SD RAM MDL 253309- 72.25330.00N A10 16MB 3.3V SO-DIM 253409-10 72.25349.00N 32MB (NEC) SO-DIM 253509-10 72.25359.00N 64MB (NEC) DIMM 72.46424.04E KMM466S424AT-F0 100NS 32M SO-DIMM 72.54163.00N M5M4V16S30BTP-10 16MB SO-DIMM 72.54644.00N M5M4V64S40ATP-10L 32MB DIMM DOOR ASSY DIMM DOOR...
  • Page 70 Picture Level Description Part No. FDD1.44MB D353F3 56.01051.271 000(3MODE) FDD 120MB 3.5" LS- 56.01082.011 120/MF357H BRACKET FDD SECC 33.47A03.001 T-0.8 CABLE ASSEMBLY 50.47A04.001 FPC FDD 700 HDD MODULE 700DX HDD MODULE 6M.47A03.001 710T HDD MODULE 6M.47A03.011 711TE HDD MODULE 6M.47A03.021 EXTENSA 700/710 Service Guide...
  • Page 71 Picture Level Description Part No. HDD 2160MB HIT/ 56.02759.011 DK226-21U HDD 3240MB 2.5" IBM/ 56.02995.001 DTCA23240 HDD 4090MB IBM/ 56.02834.071 DTCA24090 IDE CABLE ASSEMBLY 50.47A01.001 FPC HDD 2.5"700 ASSY HDD SHIELD 60.47A03.001 PLT 700 ASSY HDD BZL 700 60.47A04.001 HEAT SINK HEAT SINK UP AL T-08 34.47A09.001 Chapter 6...
  • Page 72 Picture Level Description Part No. ASSY MMO HEAT 60.47A11.011 SINK(TILLA MOOK) ASSY MMO HEAT 60.47A11.001 SINK(DESCHUE) HINGE PACK ASSY HINGE 12.1" 6M.47A04.001 TFT/DSTN (700DX 710T) ASSY HINGE 13.3" TFT 6M.47A04.011 (711TE) HINGE COVER CAP HINGE (R) PC 42.47A14.001 CAP HINGE CAP (L) 42.47A15.001 INVERTER INVERTER T62..086.C...
  • Page 73 91.78S07.00D NSK-85A0E 91.78S07.00E NSK-85A0F 91.78S07.00F NSK-85A0G 91.78S07.00G NSK-84A0H 91.78S07.00H NSK-88A0J 91.78S07.00J NSK-84A0K 91.78S07.00K NSK-85A0N 91.78S07.00N NSK-85A0P 91.78S07.00P NSK-84A0R 91.78S07.00R NSK-85A0S 91.78S07.00S NSK-85A0T 91.78S07.00T LCD MODULE 12.1" DSTN 700DX 700DX LCD MODULE 6M.47A05.001 DSTN 12.1" MICROPHONE Acer 6M.47A08.001 700DX Chapter 6...
  • Page 74 Picture Level Description Part No. MYLAR FOR HINGE 40.43A01.081 PC 390 RUBBER LCD 47.46930.011 CUSHION SILICON C.A 15P 2C 100MM 50.47A09.001 LED AN700 EXTENSA 700 LED 55.47A03.001 BOARD LCD SX31S002 12.1" 56.0747A.031 DSTN SVGA/HI EXTENSA 700/710 Service Guide...
  • Page 75 Picture Level Description Part No. ASSY LCD FPC 60.47A07.071 HIT12.1 STN 700A ASSY LCD PNL 60.47A08.031 (HIT12.1"DSTN)700 ASSY LCD BZL (12.1") 60.47A09.021 LCD MODULE 12.1" TFT 710T 710T LCD MODULE 6M.47A05.011 TFT 12.1" MICROPHONE Acer 6M.47A08.001 700DX Chapter 6...
  • Page 76 Picture Level Description Part No. MYLAR FOR HINGE 40.43A01.081 PC 390 RUBBER LCD 47.46930.011 CUSHION SILICON C.A 15P 2C 100MM 50.47A09.001 LED AN700 EXTENSA 700 LED 55.47A03.001 BOARD LCD ITSV50D1 12.1 56.0742A.031 55+/-5 700 6-10 EXTENSA 700/710 Service Guide...
  • Page 77 Picture Level Description Part No. ASSY LCD FPC IBM 60.47A07.081 12.1 TFT 700A ASSY LCD PNL 60.47A08.021 (IBM12.1")700 ASSY LCD BZL (12.1") 60.47A09.021 LVDS BOARD 13.3" 711TE EXTENSA 700 LVDS 55.47A05.001 BOARD LCD MODULE 13.3" TFT 711TE 711TE LCD MODULE 6M.47A05.021 TFT 13.3"...
  • Page 78 Picture Level Description Part No. MICROPHONE Acer 6M.47A08.001 700DX MYLAR FOR HINGE 40.43A01.081 PC 390 RUBBER LCD 47.46930.011 CUSHION SILICON C.A 15P 2C 100MM 50.47A09.001 LED AN700 EXTENSA 700 LED 55.47A03.001 BOARD 6-12 EXTENSA 700/710 Service Guide...
  • Page 79 Picture Level Description Part No. 56.0747A.001 TX34D62VC1CAC 13.3 TFT XGA ASSY LCD FPC 60.47A07.091 (HIT13.1TFT) 700A ASSY LCD PNL 60.47A08.001 (HIT13.3"TFT) 700 ASSY LCD BZL (13.3") 60.47A09.001 LOWER CASE ASSY LOW CASE 700 60.47A14.002 Chapter 6 6-13...
  • Page 80 Picture Level Description Part No. FOOT PU BLACK 350P 47.45001.001 MAINBOARD EXTENSA 700 MAIN 55.47A01.001 BOARD DC/DC &CHARG 19.21030.171 T62.085.C 700 EXTENSA 700 IDE 55.47A04.001 TRANSFER BOARD BTY LI 3V CR1220 23.20004.091 36MAH MIDDLE COVER 6-14 EXTENSA 700/710 Service Guide...
  • Page 81 Picture Level Description Part No. COVER MIDDLE PC 42.47A16.001 MMO SHLD SSY MMO SHLD 700 60.47A13.002 FAN 30*30*10 23.10033.001 UDQFB3E65F0A(WIRE MODEM MODEM 56K CSI AC- 54.09011.131 5614BMC 365 MODEM DOOR ASSY MODEM DOOR 60.47A06.001 Chapter 6 6-15...
  • Page 82 Picture Level Description Part No. PLATE NAME EX700 PLATE NAME (LOGO) 40.43A02.001 PC AN390 PLT NAME PC AN700 40.48406.161 PLT NAME (710) PC 40.48406.201 AN700 POWER CORD CORD SPT-2 #18*2C 27.01618.001 7A125V1830MM SCRW PACK 700 SCRW 6M.47A07.001 SIR-LENS ASSY ASSY SIR-LENS 700 60.47A10.001 TOUCHPAD CABLE ASSEMBLY...
  • Page 83 Picture Level Description Part No. TOUCH PAD 56.1748A.001 SYNAPTICS/TM4-220 ASSY TOUCH PAD 700 60.47A12.001 ASSY UPPER CASE 60.47A15.003 SPK 1W 3520-7CC W/ 6M.47A09.001 CABLE 700DX LEVEL 1 : Stands for Field Replaceable Units (FRU) and Customer Replaceable Units (CRU) for system level 1 service repair use. LEVEL 2 : Stands for subassemblies of FRUs and CRUs which are for component level service repair use Chapter 6...
  • Page 84 6-18 EXTENSA 700/710 Service Guide...
  • Page 85 A p p e n d i x A Model Definition 700 Model Number Define Model Memory Battery Number 700DX 12.1” SCC Tillamook 32MB 2.1GB Li-Ion -200 700T 12.1” TFT PII-233 32MB 2.1GB Li-Ion 710DX 12.1” SCC PII-233 32MB 2.1GB Li-Ion 710T 12.1”...
  • Page 86 EXTENSA 700/710 Service Guide...
  • Page 87: System Configuration

    A p p e n d i x B Compatibility Test System Configuration System Board 700-97143-SD Intel Pentium MMX-166/200/233/266 Intel Pentium II 233/266 Coprocessor On-chip Main Memory 2 DIMM sockets, from 16MB up to 128MB Cache 512KB L2 Cache on IMM System Chip Sets Intel 430TX/82371AB PIIX4E Intel 440TX/82371AB PIIX4E...
  • Page 88: Microsoft Windows 95

    Microsoft Windows 95 Application packages test OA kit test Test Env. Application name Version Vendor result Windows 95 Office Professional V7.0 Microsoft Pass Word PowerPoint Excel Access Schedule Communication test Test Env. Application name Version Vendor result Windows 95 Laplink V7.5 Traveling Pass...
  • Page 89 CD title Class CD name Test result Music The great fantasy adventure Pass album Super bass sound Pass 3 dimensional sound Pass High resolution Pass Music highlights Pass Game Diabb Pass KKND Pass Tomb raider Pass Mercer mayer’s just grandma Pass and me Total annihilation...
  • Page 90: Pcmcia Card

    PCMCIA Card ATA Drive Model name Vendor Test result VIPER 170E (170MB) VIPER Pass SunDisk ST72P5 (2.5MB) Seagate Pass SunDisk ST75P5 (5MB) Seagate Pass SunDisk ST710P5 (10MB) Seagate Pass SunDisk ST720P5 (20MB) Seagate Pass ATA flash card FL4M5VA (4MB) Viking Pass ATA flash card FL8M5VA (8MB) Viking...
  • Page 91 Mouse Device name Type Vendor Test result Microsoft PS/2 mouse PS/2 Microsoft Pass Microsoft Intellimouse PS/2 Microsoft Cursor crazy Acer S-34 PS/2 mouse PS/2 Acer Pass Logitech PS/2 mouse PS/2 Logitech Pass Addonics PRO-5 Serial Addonics Pass Microsoft home mouse-serial...
  • Page 92 Pass * Genius NICHE USB Mouse Pass * Mouse Note: * (cursor can’t be moved when resume from standby mode) Acer 6511-M Keyboard Pass Note: Windows key, application key, system hot key and LED can’t work well Mini Dock Device name...
  • Page 93 PCMCIA Ethernet LAN Adapter PCMCIA Ethernet LAN adapter Test item 3.12 4.11 3.51 Ethernet 3Com Etherlink III PCMCIA (3C589C) 3Com Etherlink III PCMCIA (3C589D) D-Link DE-650CT PCMCIA adapter D-link DE-660 PCMCIA adapter IBM Ethernet credit card adapter II IBM EtherJet PC Card Olicom OC-2220 Ethernet GoCard SMC Elite card PCMCIA (SMC 8016) TDK LAN LAC-CD021...
  • Page 94 PCMCIA Ethernet LAN adapter Test item 3.12 4.11 3.51 Token-Ring 3Com TokenLink III 16/4 PC card adapter (3C689) IBM auto 16/4 Credit card adapter Olicom Token-Ring GoCard Token-Ring+Modem combo card Olicom OC-2232 GoCard Token-Ring/ modem 336 PCMCIA Modem Card Model name Pass items AT&T KeepInTouch card 14.4 datd/14.4 fax Driver installed...
  • Page 95 PCMCIA Modem Card Model name Pass items Motorola montana 28.8 modem/fax Driver installed • Xircom credit card modem 33.6 (CM-33) Phone Dialer • TDK CyberExpress 3000 V.34 data/fax modem Hyper Terminal • TDK DF2814 V.34 fax/modem Dial-Up Networking • USRobotics sportster 28.8 fax/modem USR megahertz 56K PC card modem XJ1560 ZOOM PCMCIA V.34C fax/modem 3Com Etherlink III PCMCIA (3C562)
  • Page 96 Microsoft Windows 95 (Japanese OSR2.1J) Printer Test Model Name Vendor Test result Laser shot B406GII Canon Pass PCMCIA Adapter Test Model Name Vendor Windows95 Fast-SCSI Pass TDKLan LAK-CD021 Pass IBM ethernet card II Pass SFM020W flash memory 20MB Pass VIPER 170E VIPER Pass B-10...
  • Page 97 Microsoft Windows 95 (Chinese OSR2.1) Print Model Name Vendor Windows95 HPLaserJet5MP Pass HPLaserJet6MP Pass Monitor Model Name Vendor Windows95 AcerView 56e Acer Pass AcerView 76ie Acer Pass MAG DX15F Pass NEC MultiSync XE15 Pass Mouse Model Name Vendor Windows95 PS/2 Mouse...
  • Page 98 B-12 EXTENSA 700/710 Service Guide...

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