Hp kayak xu pc workstation - service handbook for pcs with a processor of up to 333 mhz (13 pages)
Summary of Contents for HP Kayak XU 04xx
Familiarization Guide HP Kayak XU Series 0441 PC Workstation This guide is for experienced technicians who have already completed the HP Kayak PC family training course. It assumes that the reader is already familiar with the different HP Kayak models. This document is a self-paced familiarization guide designed to train you to repair the PC.
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HP Kayak PC Workstation Overview HP Kayak PC Workstation Overview The following table provides an overview of the HP Kayak XU Series 0441 PC Workstation. How to use the table: underlining A new feature (compared with previous models is highlighted by underlining) Component Features ®...
HP Kayak PC Workstation Overview Component Features All models have 6 slots: 1 AGP, PCI, 1 combination ISA/PCI. Support for WOL compatible LAN boards. Accessory I PCI slot (slot 4) used for the LAN/Ultra-Wide SCSI board with RPO capability. Board Slots 1 AGP slot used for the Video Adapter.
Identifying the Latest Kayak XU PC Workstation Identifying the Latest Kayak XU PC Workstation How can I distinguish the difference between the latest HP Kayak XU model Series 0441 and the previous HP Kayak XU models Series 0301 and Series 0303? There are three simple and quick ways to identify the latest HP Kayak XU model.
HP Kayak PC Workstation Package HP Kayak PC Workstation Package Front view HP MaxiLife LCD buttons LCD Status panel 2 internal mass storage shelves: 3.5-inch wide. Two 3.5-inch wide shelf Upper shelf: 1-inch high (including the floppy disk drive) Lower shelf: 1.6-inch high Three 5.25-inch wide by 1.6-inch high front-access shelves (including CD ROM drive)
System Board Layout System Board Layout Hard Disk Drive Processor Fan - J34 Connector - R320 Wide 16-bit SCSI VRM 1 - J44 Connector - J15 VRM 2 - J37 System Board VRM3 - J32 External Switches Battery - J9 Hard Disk Drive Fan - J4 Status Panel - J5 LCD Status Panel - J8...
Removing and Replacing the Cover Removing and Replacing the Cover For your safety, never remove the PC’s cover without first removing the WARNING: power cord from the power outlet, and any connection to a telecommunication network. Always replace the cover before switching on the PC again.
Preparing to Remove the System Board Preparing to Remove the System Board Due to the fact that the Intel Pentium II Xeon processor weighs about 1 kg, the system board can be damaged because of vibration if it is not securely set in place.
Removing and Installing a Processor Removing and Installing a Processor Removing a Processor Remove the metal retaining plate that secures the processor(s), by releasing the four (4) self-retaining screws. Remove the processor from the socket by gently pulling the processor away from the system board by the processor’s handle.
Removing and Installing a Processor Installing a Single Processor VRM 2 VRM 1 Insert the processor into the BOOT PROC processor socket until it clicks into place. Do not install a processor for a single processor system in the DUAL PROC processor socket.
Removing and Replacing the Power Supply Unit Removing and Replacing the Power Supply Unit Removing the Power Supply Unit Ensure that the computer’s power cord is disconnected from the computer. Place the computer on its side. Unscrew the four screws at the bottom of the computer.
Removing and Replacing the Internal Speaker Removing and Replacing the Internal Speaker Removing the Speaker Push the internal speaker in the direction of the system board. Ensure that the computer’s Disconnect the internal speaker power cord is disconnected from cable from the system board. the computer.
Removing and Replacing the Base Bezels Removing and Replacing the Base Bezels Removing the Base Bezels Lay the computer on its side. (a) On the side base bezel, push the two tabs upwards, then pull the base bezel towards you. (b) Turn the computer on to its other side, and repeat the steps mentioned above to remove the second side base...
Removing and Replacing the 8-bit SCSI Protection Clip Removing and Replacing the 8-bit SCSI Protection Clip Removing the 8-bit SCSI Protection Clip Refer to page 10 for instructions on how to remove and replace the cover. DO NOT PULL the 8-bit SCSI Protection clip directly out.
Connecting to the LAN/SCSI Combination Board Connecting to the LAN/SCSI Combination Board The HP Kayak Series 0441 PC Workstation contains a SCSI/LAN 10BT/100TX combination board which is installed in PCI Slot 4. This combination board includes two connectors: • Wake On LAN (WOL) which enables a host computer, using Magic Packet technology, to remotely (over the network) power on computers (Remote Power On) or wake them up (Remote Wake Up) from energy-saving Sleep mode.
HP MaxiLife Utility HP MaxiLife Utility HP MaxiLife is a hardware monitoring chip which is resident on the system board. This chip receives data about the various system components via a dedicated I C bus. If it detects a potential error or that a component is in an error state (for example, there is a CPU failure), it displays a warning with a flashing LED and message on its LCD that specifies which component has the problem.
HP MaxiLife Utility • Boot Steps. Shows the Power-On Self Test (POST) codes during the system startup. The POST code is provided by the BIOS and is displayed on the LCD panel as soon as it is available. If the system stops during the startup, the last successful boot step POST code is displayed on the LCD.
HP MaxiLife Utility Test Error Code Action to Take 1 When pressing one of the LCD status LCD status panel • Check that the two cables to the LCD status panel are properly panel buttons, nothing is displayed. is blank connected (refer to the system board layout for position).
HP MaxiLife Utility Test Error Code Action to Take Availability of video controller. It is also checked NO VIDEO • Check that the video controller is correctly installed. by the BIOS. If an error is detected, it is not a Note: No error is detected if a monitor is not connected to an fatal one and the BIOS will continue its installed video controller.
Running the MaxiLife Diagnostics Program Running the MaxiLife Diagnostics Program Can I run the HP MaxiLife Utility Diagnostics program when the computer is powered off? Yes, you can. However, the power cable must be connected to a wall socket. The Diagnostics program will run low-level tests on the memory, processor(s), VRM, power supply, video con- troller and the main clock generator on the system board (Board PLL).
Checking the System Configuration Checking the System Configuration I need to check the system configuration, and in particular the BIOS version. Can this be checked from the LCD status panel? Yes, it can. System configuration (including BIOS version) can be checked through the System Info menu. The System Info menu also provides information about the following components: •...
Checking the Display Screen Checking the Display Screen I have turned on the PC Workstation, but nothing appears on the screen. How can I find out what the problem is? Check the LCD status panel screen for an error message (a table on page 21 lists all the different types error messages...
Checking the Display Screen You can also use the option from the LCD status panel. It Boot Steps shows the POST steps during the system startup. If the system stops during the startup, the last successful boot step POST code is displayed on the LCD status panel.
Upgrading Main Memory Modules Upgrading Main Memory Modules The PC Workstation has 128 MB of unbuffered ECC SDRAM main memory installed in one DIMM slot. Can a 512 MB Registered memory module be added to a second DIMM slot to upgrade the memory? No.
Installing 10krpm Hard Disk Drives on a Kayak XU Installing 10krpm Hard Disk Drives on a Kayak XU How many 10 krpm hard disk drives can be installed in the internal shelves on the HP Kayak XU PC Workstation? You can install up to two (2) 9.1 GB Low Profile (LP) SCSI hard disk drives in the internal shelves.
Flashing the Latest Version of the System BIOS Flashing the Latest Version of the System BIOS BIOS upgrades can be downloaded from the HP World Wide Web site (see below to access the World-Wide Web URL). To download a BIOS upgrade, connect to the HP Web site and follow the on-screen instructions to download the flash utility programs ( FLASH.BAT...
Complete the Questionnaire to Check Your Understanding Complete the Questionnaire to Check Your Understanding Circle each letter that corresponds to a correct answer. (There may be more than one correct answer to each question). 1 Can a 512 MB registered ECC memory module be mixed with a unbuffered ECC SDRAM memory? a Yes, it can.
Complete the Questionnaire to Check Your Understanding 5 To run the MaxiLife diagnostics program, does the computer need to be powered on? a No, it doesn’t. The HP MaxiLife is always running and continuously monitors the state of the LCD buttons. b Yes, it does.
Answers and Explanations Answers and Explanations 1 Can a 512 MB registered ECC memory module be mixed with a unbuffered ECC SDRAM memory? b No, it cannot. Registered and unbuffered memory modules are not compatible. 2 Can a maximum of 1 GB of unbuffered ECC SDRAM memory modules be installed on a HP Kayak XU Series 0441 PC Workstation? a Yes, by installing 4 x 256 MB of unbuffered memory modules.
Answers and Explanations 7 Can a Pentium II Slot 1 processor system be upgraded to a Pentium II Xeon processor? b No, it cannot. Pentium II Slot 1 processors are not designed to be compatible with Pentium II Xeon processor systems. 8 Before installing or replacing a component, do I need to use a wrist strap and ESD mat? a Yes, you do.
Electrostatic Discharge Warning Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) can damage processors, memory, hard disk drives, accessory boards and other components. The ESD package is conductive and is easy to recognize from its label. Before installing or replacing a component: 1 Do not take the new component out of its ESD package before connecting your wrist strap and ESD mat to a suitable earthed point.