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  • Page 2 ©Hewlett-Packard Company, 2000. All rights reserved. notice. Hewlett-Packard is a registered trademark of Hewlett-Packard Hewlett-Packard® Company makes no warranty of any kind Company in the United States of America and other with regard to this material, including, but not limited to, the countries.
  • Page 3 Features of the HP Pavilion On the top of the chassis is a CD holder (A). Store the CDs that came with the HP Pavilion inside this compartment, so you can quickly locate them if you ever need to reinstall any of the system applications.
  • Page 4: Opening The Computer

    station de protection contre les décharges électrostatiques, portez un bracelet Opening the Computer antistatique relié à une partie métallique de l'ordinateur. Placez les cartes sur un tapis en Warning: The HP Pavilion is heavy; be sure mousse conducteur ou dans leur emballage, to use ergonomically correct lifting mais ne les posez jamais sur leur emballage.
  • Page 5: Removing The Side Panel

    Note: practices and regulatory compliance Disconnect the modem/phone cable before required for using and modifying disconnecting the power cord from the system. electronic equipment. To gain access to the inside of the computer, remove the side panel. Set up an equipment log to record the system model and serial numbers, all Removing the Side Panel installed options, and other information...
  • Page 6 4 Loosen the two thumb screws on the right 6 Grasp the handle (A) with your other hand side of the back panel. The first time you and pull the panel towards you until it loosen these screws you’ll need a flathead stops.
  • Page 7: Removing The Fan Duct

    Removing the Fan Duct To access some components on the motherboard, you may need to remove the fan duct. Note: Make sure the computer is turned off and the modem/phone cable and power cord are disconnected from the computer. 1 Remove the side panel (see “Removing the Side Panel”...
  • Page 8 internal components or to add or replace a 5 Push down on the drive cage release tab hard drive. (D). Note: Make sure the computer is turned off and the modem/phone cable and power cord are disconnected from the computer. 1 Remove the side panel (see “Removing the Side Panel”...
  • Page 9: Adding Memory

    6 Hold the release tab down as you rotate 256 MB SDRAM the cage up and lift it out. All installed memory modules must be 168- pin unbuffered SDRAM (synchronous dynamic random access memory) DIMMs ® and compliant with the Intel PC SDRAM Unbuffered DIMM Specification.
  • Page 10 6 Locate the DIMM sockets on the 11 Holding the new DIMM by its edges only, motherboard. remove it from the antistatic packaging. (Avoid touching the memory chips or the gold contacts on the DIMM.) The DIMM has two small notches on the lower edge that fit into raised bumps in the DIMM socket.
  • Page 11: Removing A Dimm

    automatically lock it into position when the 4 Remove the side panel (see “Removing the DIMM is fully seated. Side Panel” on page 3). 5 Gently lay the computer on its side. To reassemble the computer: 6 Locate the DIMM sockets on the 1 If you moved any cabling, put them back motherboard.
  • Page 12: Installing Add-In Cards

    Warning: Do not overload the system by installing add-in cards that draw excessive current. The system is designed to provide 2 amps (average) of +5 V power for each board/card in the computer. The total +5 V current draw in a fully loaded system (one with all add-in card slots filled) must not Warning: Do not pull the DIMM out of the...
  • Page 13 2 Disconnect the modem/phone cable. 6 To release the add-in card bracket (A), push down on the release mechanism (B) 3 Disconnect the power cord and all other as you pull the bracket. attached cables (such as the keyboard, mouse, and monitor). 4 Remove the side panel (see “Removing the Side Panel”...
  • Page 14 7 Pull the add-in card bracket up and out. 8 If you’re adding a new card to a previously unused slot, remove the expansion slot cover. Warning: Be careful of the sharp edges on the expansion slot cover. If you’re replacing a card, first disconnect any external and/or internal cables attached to the card.
  • Page 15: Adding And Removing Drives

    4 Turn on the computer and all peripherals. program and load the default settings, and then save and exit. (See “Using the BIOS 5 Install any software drivers supplied by the Setup Program” in the User’s Guide for more card manufacturer. information.) What Is Plug and Play? Adding and Removing Drives...
  • Page 16: Removing The Preinstalled Hard Drive

    4 Remove the side panel (see “Removing the 11 Connect the IDE cable to the motherboard. Side Panel” on page 3). To reassemble the computer: 5 Remove the drive cage (see “Removing the 1 Replace the side panel (see “Replacing the Drive Cage”...
  • Page 17: Replacing The Diskette Drive

    2 Disconnect the modem/phone cable. HP . Refer to your support path card for the telephone number of the HP Customer Care 3 Disconnect the power cord and all other Center. attached cables (such as the keyboard, mouse, and monitor). To remove the existing diskette drive: 4 Remove the side panel (see “Removing the 1 Turn off the computer and all peripherals.
  • Page 18: Replacing An Optical Drive

    2 Attach the screws on each side of the drive cage. To reassemble the computer: 1 Replace the drive cage (see “Replacing the Drive Cage” on page 20). 2 Reattach the cables to the back of the hard and diskette drives. 3 Replace the side panel (see “Replacing the Side Panel”...
  • Page 19 1 Turn off the computer and all peripherals. 2 Disconnect the modem/phone cable. 3 Disconnect the power cord and all other attached cables (such as the keyboard, mouse, and monitor). 4 Remove the side panel (see “Removing the Side Panel” on page 3). 5 Remove the fan duct (see “Removing the Fan Duct”...
  • Page 20: Replacing The Battery

    If you are removing the top optical drive, 3 Push the drive(s) all the way in, aligning remove the screws (B and C) on both the screw holes. optical drives and push both drives part 4 Attach the screws. way out through the front of the computer. To reassemble the computer: (This allows better access to the cables at the back of the drive.)
  • Page 21 fails, replace it with a CR2032 lithium 4 Remove the side panel (see “Removing the battery (3 volt, 220mAH rating) or an Side Panel” on page 3). equivalent battery. 5 If necessary to reach the battery, remove the drive cage (see “Removing the Drive Warning: There is danger of explosion if the Cage”...
  • Page 22: Closing The Computer

    Replacing the Drive Cage 1 Replace any cards that you removed, and then replace the add-in card bracket. 1 Holding the drive cage at a 45-degree 2 Replace the drive cage, fan duct, and side angle, slide the two nubs (A) on the drive panel (see “Closing the Computer”...
  • Page 23 2 Align the track (C) on the drive cage with 3 Push the removable drive cage firmly the guide (D) on the stationary drive cage. against the stationary cage as you rotate the removable drive down into position.
  • Page 24: Replacing The Fan Duct

    4 To make sure that the cage is locked into position, grasp the drive cage and pull up forcefully. Note: If you are able to remove the drive cage without pressing the release tab, you didn’t properly align the track with the guide. Repeat steps 1–4 above.
  • Page 25: Replacing The Side Panel

    Replacing the Side Panel 1 Lay the panel on top of the chassis, aligning the notches on the panel with the holes on the chassis. 2 Rotate the fan duct into position and make sure it’s securely locked.
  • Page 26 2 Slide the panel forward until it locks in place. 3 Tighten the thumb screws on the right side of the back panel.
  • Page 27: Regulatory And Safety Information

    10500 Ridgeview Ct. The Product was tested in a typical configuration with Cupertino, CA 95015-4010 Hewlett-Packard Personal Computer peripherals. This Device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. declares that the product Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this...
  • Page 28 Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Radio receive with your system. Changes or modifications not Frequency Interference Statement expressly approved by Hewlett-Packard could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. To comply with Warning: This equipment has been tested and found...
  • Page 29 The USOC jack required: RJ-11C ENERGY STAR Compliance d The FCC Registration Number Hewlett-Packard Pavilion PCs and monitors marked with the ENERGY STAR logo comply with the U.S. Items (b) and (c) are indicated on the label. The ringer equivalence number (REN) is used to Environmental Protection Agency’s ENERGY STAR...
  • Page 30 network protective, operational, and safety Warning: Users should not attempt to make such requirements. The department does not guarantee the connections themselves, but should contact the equipment will operate to the user’s satisfaction. appropriate electrical inspection authority or Before installing this equipment, the user should electrician, as appropriate.
  • Page 31: Doc Statement (Canada Only)

    Avertissement : L’utilisateur ne devrait pas tenter Austel Statement (Australia Only) de faire ces connexions lui-même mais devrait When setting the number of automatic redials for the utiliser les services de l’organisme approprié modem, ensure the following: The number of d’inspection des installations électriques ou d’un automatic redials that the modem performs should be électricien, selon le cas.
  • Page 32 The setting and features discussed below influence Warning: For safety reasons, only connect how your modem reacts with the telephone network. If equipment with a telecommunications compliance changes from the default values are made, then it is label. This includes customer equipment previously possible that unwanted signals or interference may be labeled, permitted or certified.
  • Page 33 Once you have entered this command string, it is Caller identification information (which occurs written to the internal memory of the modem and the between the first and second ring cadences) is not default configuration. destroyed. Dialing The modem supports both pulse and tone dialing in Australia and only tone dialing in New Zealand.
  • Page 34 Automatic Multiple Dialing Attempts If you find that you regularly experience line noise or other interference when using your modem, we suggest Most communication software can be configured to disconnecting other telephones from the line. Some make automatic dialing attempts to a telephone telephones may place a load across the telephone line number that is busy or not answering (automatic redial when not in use, which adversely affects the...
  • Page 35: Emi Statement (European Union Only)

    Telepermitted equipment only may be connected to the EMI Statement (European Union Only) PHONE socket. This is a class B product. In a domestic environment, Miscellaneous this product may cause radio interference in which There are many commands referred to in the main case the user may be required to take adequate user’s manual.
  • Page 36 consult with your network operator for further This modem is suitable for use only on telephone lines assistance. provided with Loop-Disconnect or Multi-Frequency Dialling facilities. UK Compliance Information This modem is approved by the Secretary of State at the Department of Trade and Industry for connection to a single exchange line of the public switch telephone network run by certain licensed public telecommunication operators or systems connected...
  • Page 37 Users of this modem are advised that the approval is Tone detection for connection to the PSTN via the telephone line interference supplied with it. Connection of a modem to the PSTN by any other means will invalidate the approval. There is no guarantee of correct working in all circumstances.
  • Page 38 Operation in the absence as a secondary proceed The number you enter to dial may optionally contain a indication PAUSE character (a comma) to allow this modem to operate with a PABX. Each comma gives a two-second Loudspeaking facility delay. This modem is NOT suitable for use as an extension to a payphone.
  • Page 39: Additional Safety Information

    Additional Safety Information Warning: Always disconnect the modem cord from the telephone system before installing or removing This product has not been evaluated for connection to your computer cover. an “IT” power system (an AC distribution system with Warning: Do not operate the computer with the no direct connection to earth, according to IEC cover removed.
  • Page 40 Avertissement : Installez l'ordinateur à proximité Warning: This modem is designed and approved d'une prise c.a. Le cordon d'alimentation c.a. est le independently of the host PC in which it will be used. principal dispositif de déconnexion de l'ordinateur The power required by the host PC and all the other HP Pavilion et doit toujours être facilement adapter cards installed within it, together with any accessible.
  • Page 41 Avertissement : Pour plus de sécurité, débranchez Avertissement : N’utilisez pas l’ordinateur lorsque toujours le système de sa source d’alimentation, de le capot est enlevé. tout système de télécommunications (comme les lignes téléphoniques), des réseaux et des modems Avertissement : Le bloc d’alimentation n’est pas avant d’exécuter l’une des procédures décrites dans ce chapitre.
  • Page 42: Lithium Battery Caution

    Si des tensions plus élevées sont présentes dans Avertissement : L’ordinateur utilise une pile au lithium l'ordinateur hôte, les lignes de fuite et les de type CR2032. Le remplacement incorrect de la pile dégagements doivent être ajustés en conséquence. peut provoquer une explosion. Utilisez uniquement une En cas de doute, demandez l'avis d'un technicien pile de même type ou de type équivalent.
  • Page 43: Laser Safety Statement

    CD-ROM or DVD. For added protection of any Hewlett-Packard product during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug the...
  • Page 44 antenna or cable system. This will prevent damage to the product from lightning and power line surges.
  • Page 45: Operating Specifications

    Operating Specifications Power Lines An outside antenna system should not be located in Electrical ratings Models 78XXY/ XT8ZZ — the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric 100–127 V /200–240 V , light or power circuits, or where it can fall into such 4/2 A, 50/60 Hz power lines or circuits.