5. Release the WWAN card by removing the securing screw.
6. Lift the WWAN card out of its system board connector.
Replacing a WWAN Card
The connectors are keyed to ensure correct insertion. If you feel resistance, check the connectors on the card and on the system board, and
realign the card.
To avoid damage to the WWAN card, never place cables under the card.
1. Insert the WWAN card connector at a 45-degree angle into the system board connector labeled "WWAN."
2. Press the other end of the WWAN card down into the slot on the system board until the card clicks into place.
3. Replace the M2 x 3-mm securing screw.
4. Connect the black antenna cable with a gray stripe to the connector labeled "aux" (black triangle), and connect the white antenna cable with a gray
stripe to the connector labeled "main" (white triangle).
5. Secure unused antenna cables in the protective mylar sleeve.
6. Replace the cover and tighten the captive screws.
Flash Cache Module or Ultra Wide Band
If you ordered an FCM card or an UWB card with your computer, it is already installed. Only one of the cards can be installed in the slot provided.
The Flash Cache Module (FCM) is an internal memory card that helps improve the performance of your computer. The FCM card is also known as Intel Turbo
Memory and the Intel® Flash Cache Logic Chip Mini-card.
This card is only compatible with the Microsoft Windows Vista™ operating system.
Removing the FCM or UWB
1. Follow the procedures in
2. Turn the computer over.
3. Loosen the two captive screws on the Mini Card module cover and remove the cover.