DESKPOWER 5000 Series User’s Manual Fujitsu endeavours to ensure that the information in this document is correct, but accepts no liability for any error or omission in the same. Any procedures described in this document for operating Fujitsu products should be read and understood by the operator before such products are used.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 1. Read these instructions carefully. Save these instructions for future reference. 2. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product. 3. Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
This unit may malfunction if the power source is interrupted suddenly, for example, due to lightning. Fujitsu recommends the use of an AC non-interruptible power supply unit. (Based on guidelines for the prevention of sudden voltage interruptions by Japan Electronic Industry Development Association (JEIDA).
Conventions used in this manual Warning icons Various icons and icon/word combinations are used in this manual to encourage users to use the equipment so as to minimize personal risk and prevent property damage. The icons are explained as follows. The user should be familiar with the icons before responding to the corresponding instructions.
Conventions used in the text of the manual The symbols used in the text of the manual have meanings as explained below: Point Point indicates information necessary to run hardware or software. Help Help indicates information explaining how to terminate an incorrect operation or troubleshoot.
Warning and caution labels The PC bears warning and caution labels as shown below. The warning and caution labels must not be removed or damaged. Rear of the PC main unit To prevent electric shock, WARNING switch off the PC and connected peripherals and Electric shock unplug power cords from...
Manual configuration Chapter 1 Installation and Connection This chapter outlines precautions that should be noted when installing the PC and explains how to connect various cables. Consult this chapter before assembling the PC. Chapter 2 Basic Operations This chapter explains basic operations required to use the PC, such as how to switch the power on and off and how to proceed with storage media.
Content Chapter 1 Installation and Connection ..........1 1 Installation ................2 Installation location ..................2 Example of installing the PC ..............2 Preventing electromagnetic interference with a TV or radio ....... 3 2 Connection ................4 Attaching CRT display, keyboard, mouse, and LAN cables ....... 5 Connecting the power cord ................
Chapter 3 Installing Internal Options ..........19 1 Introduction ................. 20 Handling precautions ................20 Installing positions of internal options ............21 Removing the upper cover ............... 22 Removing the front panel ................. 22 2 Installing Memory Modules ..........22 Memory ....................
Appendix ..................53 1 Name and Function of Each Component ......54 Front of the PC main unit ................. 54 Rear of the PC main unit ................. 57 Inside the PC main unit ................58 Motherboard/riser board ................59 2 Standard Specifications ............. 60 PC main unit specifications ..............
Chapter 1 Installation and Connection This chapter outlines precautions that should be noted when installing the PC and explains how to connect various cables.
1 Installation This section provides notes on installing and using the PC. Installation location Do not install the PC in the following areas: - Area exposed to moisture, dust, or smoke - Area poorly ventilated - Area having open flames - Area that may expose the PC to water - Area exposed to direct sunlight or high temperatures.
Preventing electromagnetic interference with a TV or radio Your PC complies with the VCCI Standard restricting electromagnetic interference with a TV or radio. However, the computer may interfere with a TV or radio depending on the installation location. To prevent the PC from interfering with TV or radio reception, note the following: Precautions to be taken by the PC user - Do not use the PC with the cover removed.
LAN cables, and power cords. To prevent electric shock, fire, and/or Electric shock malfunction, ensure that the display, keyboard, and mouse are all Fujitsu brand products. CAUTION Ensure that cables are connected correctly. Failure Connect the LAN cable.
Attaching CRT display, keyboard, mouse, and LAN cables Point This section explains how to connect the CRT display so as to supply power from the PC main unit. In this case, the power cord included with the CRT display is not used. Connect the power cord to the CRT display.
Connecting the power cord After connecting the display and other peripherals to the PC main unit, note the following when connecting the power cord of the PC main unit. - Do not plug or unplug the power cord with wet hands. - Do not damage or remodel the power cord.
Chapter 2 Basic Operations This chapter explains basic operation methods of the PC such as how to turn the power on and off and handle storage media.
1 Switching on This section explains how to switch on the PC. CAUTION Prohibited action To prevent malfunction after turning on the PC, do not move equipment or subject equipment to shock and/or vibration. Press the power switch of the CRT display. There is no display.
Point - Before switching on the PC, make sure that display is connected. If the PC is switched on before the display is connected, the display adapter may not be recognized, and the screen may not be displayed normally. In this case, connect the display, terminate the OS, switch off the PC, and then switch on the PC again.
2 Switching off This section explains how to turn off the PC. Point - Before turning off the power, terminate all jobs and save all necessary data. - Before turning off the power, confirm that the access indicator lamps ( see Appendix 1, "Name and Function of Each Component") of the floppy and hard disk drives are off.
BIOS Setup A guide to your Deskpower 5000 BIOS is available online. Please visit our technical support section at www.fujitsu-pc-asia.com. Once there, click on the desktop series from the pull down menu and select the appropriate desktop model. Turning off the power via Windows NT Click [Start].
3 Reset The PC is reset after the operating system in configured or if software fails to run normally. This section explains how to reset the PC. Point Resetting the PC results in memory data being lost. Before resetting, save all necessary data. Resetting the PC via Windows 98 This section explains how to reset the PC via Windows 98.
Resetting the PC via Windows 2000 This section explains how to reset the PC via Windows 2000. Click [Start] and "Shut Down". The "Shut Down Windows" dialog box appears. Select [Restart] and click [OK]. The PC is reset. Point The following procedure can also be used to reset the PC: 1 Press [Ctrl] + [Alt] + [Delete].
4 Floppy Disk A floppy disk is a storage medium used to save programs and other information. This section explains how to mount and dismount floppy disks. Point Use a floppy disk formatted for DOS. If a disk other than DOS is used, the operation may not execute correctly.
Floppy disk access Dismounting a floppy disk indicator lamp Confirm that the floppy disk access indicator lamp is off. Point To prevent data from being destroyed, do not dismount a floppy disk from the drive when the floppy disk access indicator lamp is on. Press the floppy disk eject button.
5 CD-ROM Your PC incorporates a CD-ROM drive(depending on the model). This section explains how to handle, mount, and dismount CD-ROM disks. Handling precautions To prevent malfunctions, note the following precautions regarding CD-ROM disks: - Do not write on the label side (printed side) using a ball-point pen or pencil and do not affix extra labels.
Mounting and dismounting a CD-ROM disk Mounting a CD-ROM Press the EJECT button. The CD-ROM tray is ejected. BUSY lamp EJECT button With the label side of the CD-ROM disk Label side facing up, place the CD-ROM disk in the center of the tray.
6 Hard Disk Your PC incorporates a built-in hard disk. This section outlines precautions to take when handling a hard disk. What is a hard disk? A hard disk is used to save software and other data and consists of a magnetic disk packed in a box as shown on the right.
Chapter 3 Installing Internal Options This chapter explains how to install internal options such as hard disk and expansion cards. Consult this chapter as required.
- Secure the board by the metal bracket portions or an edge of the PC board such that the surface of the PC board and the soldered sections are not handled. - Installation and disassembly of options other than Fujitsu brand products void the warranty.
Installing positions of internal options Built-in hard disk (standard) Replacing a hard disk with larger capacity increases the storage capacity of the PC. 3.5-inch file bay Install 3.5-inch file bay options. Expansion card slot The usual devices installed are as follows. Expansion cards extend the range of - Hard disk (IDE standard, SCSI standard) the features of the PC.
Removing the upper cover When installing internal options, remove the upper cover so as to reveal the inside of the main unit. Remove three screws at the rear of the PC main unit. Remove the upper cover. Slide the upper cover to the rear of the PC main unit (in the direction of arrow in the figure) Lift and remove the cover (in the direction of...
To prevent electric shock, before installing and removing memory modules, turn off the PC and connected units and unplug power cords from respective outlets. Electric shock To prevent electric shock, fire, and/or malfunction, install only Fujitsu brand memory modules in the PC. CAUTION Injury To prevent personal injury and/or malfunction, when installing and removing memory modules, only remove screws from specified locations.
To ensure a total of 512 megabytes of memory, replace the memory module in DIMM1 with a 256-megabyte memory module. Point Install a Fujitsu genuine memory module to ensure PC operation. Installing an additional memory Remove the upper cover. Push down the hooks at both ends of the slot.
Removing the memory Remove the upper cover. Open the hooks out at both ends of the slot and remove the memory module. Point Note that opening the hooks out forcefully causes the memory card to pop out of the slot and may cause a malfunction.
To prevent electric shock, before installing and removing expansion cards, Electric shock turn off the PC and connected units and unplug power cords from respective outlets. To prevent electric shock, fire, and/or malfunction, install only Fujitsu brand expansion cards in the PC. CAUTION Injury To prevent injury, when installing and removing expansion cards, remove screws only from specified locations.
To prevent injury and/or malfunction, do not touch PC board components not Injury specified. To prevent injury and/or device failure, do not touch the metal bracket on the motherboard at the rear of the PC main unit. To install expansion cards, "resources" must be set. The floppy disk drive or hard disk drive inside the PC uses predetermined paths specific to those devices when transferring data with the CPU and memory.
Expansion card installation procedure for a PC using Windows 98 Start Before installing the expansion card, check resources that can be set for the See the manual included with the expansion card to be installed. expansion card. Are the resources required by the expansion card unused resources of the PC? Release the resources by disabling the expansion card or...
Expansion card installation procedure for a PC using Windows NT Start Before installing the expansion card, check the resources that can be set for See the manual included with the the expansion card to be installed. expansion card. Are the resources required by the expansion card unused resources of the PC? Release the resources by disabling the expansion card or...
Starting and terminating the ICU (For a PC using Windows NT) This section explains how to start and terminate the ICU using Windows NT. If the PC is turned on, turn it off. Confirm that the "boot disk" is in write-enable status, insert in the floppy disk drive, then turn on the PC.
Installing an expansion card To install a large expansion card, remove the motherboard as shown in step 3. To install a small expansion card, steps 2, 3, 7, and 8 are not required. Remove the upper cover. Remove the retaining metal bracket at the side (for installing a large expansion card).
Secure the expansion card with the screw. Secure the expansion card with the screw removed in step 4. Install the motherboard (when a large expansion card has been installed). Firmly insert the motherboard and hold it down with the lever. Label Lever Install the retaining metal bracket at the side...
4 Installing Expansion Bay Options This section explains how to install expansion bay options such as internal hard disk, magneto-optic disk drive, CD-ROM drive, and floppy disk drive. The power can be supplied from the PC main unit to the expansion bay options, differing from external-type devices; therefore, an outlet is not required. This is also useful in saving space.
Electric shock To prevent an electric shock, fire, and/or malfunction, install only Fujitsu genuine internal options in the PC expansion bay. CAUTION Injury...
Replacing a internal hard disk equipped as standard This section explains how to replace a standard-equipped internal hard disk with a hard disk of larger capacity. Set up the jumper switch. See the manual accompanying the internal hard disk and make sure that the jumper switch has been set to master, or cable select.
Menu," "BIOS Setup"). Point BIOS Setup A guide to your Deskpower 5000 BIOS is available online. Please visit our technical support section at www.fujitsu-pc-asia.com. Once there, click on the desktop series from the pull down menu and select the appropriate desktop model.
Installing internal options to 3.5-inch expansion bays This section explains how to install 3.5-inch expansion bay options such as a 3.5-inch internal hard disk, magneto-optic disk drive, and 3.5-inch floppy disk drive. A magneto-optic disk drive is used below in an installation example. Set the internal option.
Remove the retaining metal bracket from the PC main unit. Slide the retaining metal bracket toward the rear side of the PC main unit, and then lift and remove the retaining metal bracket. Install a internal option in the retaining metal bracket.
Connect the flat cable. Connect the flat cable that is appropriate for the internal option to be installed. - To install two IDE-standard internal options to the IDE secondary cable (if one of the options is a hard disk), install the hard disk at the master side.
To remove the internal option, reverse the above procedure. Point BIOS Setup A guide to your Deskpower 5000 BIOS is available online. Please visit our technical support section at www.fujitsu-pc-asia.com. Once there, click on the desktop series from the pull down menu and select the appropriate desktop model.
Installing internal options to 5-inch expansion bays This section explains how to install 5-inch expansion bay options such as CD-ROM drive and 5- inch floppy disk drive. A CD-ROM drive is used below in an example of installation. Up to two 5- inch expansion bay options can be installed in your PC.
Secure the internal option with two screws. Connect the flat cable. Connect the flat cable appropriate for the internal option to be installed. - To install an IDE-standard internal option, connect the flat cable to the master or slave connector according to the setting of the internal option.
- To install a floppy disk drive: Connect the flat cable to the expansion card of the internal floppy disk drive in the expansion slot. Connect the power cord. Connect the unused power cord to the connector of the installed internal option. Install the blank panel (for an option that does not require a medium be mounted/ dismounted)
"Main Menu," "BIOS Setup"). Point BIOS Setup A guide to your Deskpower 5000 BIOS is available online. Please visit our technical support section at www.fujitsu-pc-asia.com. Once there, click on the desktop series from the pull down menu and select the appropriate desktop model.
Chapter 4 Troubleshooting This chapter explains the procedure to follow if the computer does not operate as expected.
RAM module error is expected. Replace with another extended RAM module and determine whether the error recurs. If the error recurs, contact a dealer or the Fujitsu service center. Confirm that the extended RAM module is mounted An error occurred at address properly and is a Fujitsu product.
Error Message Description and necessary action An invalid hard disk drive was set. Confirm ‘Primary master’ or ‘Secondary master’ on the BIOS setup main menu. If the message is still displayed, contact a dealer or the your local distributor. Turn the power off, then on again. If the message is still displayed, contact a dealer or the your local distributor.
Error Message Description and necessary action Invalid system disk Replace the disk, and then press any key This message is displayed when the PC is switched on while a floppy disk other then a system disk is set in the floppy disk drive. Remove the floppy disk and press any key.
If optional extension cards are mounted, confirm that the cards are mounted and set up correctly. Also conform that the card is properly set. If available, consult manuals or utility software with extension cards. If the error message is still displayed, the PC may be faulty. Contact the Fujitsu service center or a dealer.
Troubleshooting information on the computer main unit and peripheral units The access lamp does not light up. The PC may be faulty. Contact a dealer or the Fujitsu service center. No data is displayed on the screen. Confirm the following:...
The power is not turned on or the Power lamp on the front panel does not light up. Is the power cable plugged in? Data cannot be read from the CD-ROM drive. Check the following: - Has the CD-ROM been placed properly at the center of the tray? Place the CD-ROM on the tray again with the label side facing upward.
SCSI unit is turned on, the SCSI unit cannot be identified. If an error recurs If the cause is still unknown or the system cannot be reset, contact a dealer or the Fujitsu service center. Then check and record the following: - Model name and serial number of the computer (See the label at the rear of the computer.)
Appendix This appendix explains how to clean the PC and provides PC main unit specifications.
1 Name and Function of Each Component This section explains the name and function of each component of the PC main unit, motherboard/ riser board, and keyboard. Front of the PC main unit Power lamp Floppy disk drive The lamp comes on while the PC main unit is on. Mount a floppy disk in this drive to write data into or read data from a floppy disk.
Floppy disk eject button Press this button to eject a floppy disk. 3.5-inch blank panel Remove this panel to add a 3.5-inch internal option. Power switch Press this switch to turn on the PC main unit, put the system into the standby status, or recover the system from the standby status.
Rear of the PC main unit Power-switching switch Outlet Connect the power cord of the CRT display. Ventilation holes The heat within the PC main unit is ventilated through these holes. Keep them free. Inlet Connect the power cord of the PC main unit. SPK OUT terminal Connect the speakers.
Keyboard connector ( : KEYBOARD) Connect the keyboard cable. Security lock You can connect a security-use cable bought on the market. Ventilation holes The heat within the PC main unit is ventilated through these holes. Keep them free. Parallel connector : PRINTER) Connect the printer cable.
Inside the PC main unit Riser board Connectors for expansion cards and IDE connectors are installed. Internal hard disk IDE-standard hard disk. You can replace it with a hard disk with larger capacity. Power supply unit 3.5-inch expansion bay Install a 3.5-inch expansion bay option such as magneto-optic disk drive and internal hard disk.
Motherboard/riser board Expansion slot DIMM slot Insert various option cards to extend the Insert a memory module. functions of the PC. The slots are placed in the order of DIMM1 The slots are placed in the order of ISA1 and DIMM2 from the right. (half), ISA2 (full), PCI1 (full), and PCI2 (full) from the right.
2 Standard Specifications PC main unit specifications Product name DESKPOWER 5000 Pentium III or Celeron BIOS ROM 512 KB (FLASH ROM) System RAM SDRAM DIMM with 168-pin parity (Supporting ECC) Up to 512 MB Floppy disk 3.5-inch disk drive x 1 Hard disk 10.2/20.4GB (Ultra DMA66) or higher capacity CD-ROM...
Product name DESKPOWER 5000 Number of Storage Rear: 3.5-inch hard disk (standard feature) bays Front center: 3.5-inch floppy disk drive (standard feature) Front upper: 3.5-inch expansion bay Front middle: 5-inch expansion bay (CD-ROM installed as an option) Front lower: 5-inch expansion bay Power supply/ 100/230 VAC 50/60Hz frequency...
LAN adapter specifications LAN controller Intel 82559 Send and receive 3 kB each for send and receive buffer RAM External interface ISO8802-3 100BASE-TX/10BASE-T Transmission media Twisted pair cable (100 Mbps: Category 5, 10 Mbps: Categories 3 to 5) Transmission method Base band Access method CSMA/CD...
Connector specifications The pin arrangement and signal names of each connector are as follows: CRT connector Pin no. Signal name Direction Description Output Red output GREEN Output Green output BLUE Output Blue output – Not connected 5 to 8 – Ground –...
Parallel connector Pin no. Signal name Direction Description STROBE Input/output Strobe DATA0 Input/output Data0 DATA1 Input/output Data1 DATA2 Input/output Data2 DATA3 Input/output Data3 DATA4 Input/output Data4 DATA5 Input/output Data5 DATA6 Input/output Data6 DATA7 Input/output Data7 Input Acknowledge BUSY Input Busy Input Out of paper SELECT...
Mouse connector Pin no. Signal name Direction Description DATA Input/output Data – Not connected – Ground – Power supply Input/output Clock – Not connected Keyboard connector Pin no. Signal name Direction Description DATA Input/output Data – Not connected – Ground –...
3 Cleaning Method How to clean the PC is explained as follows: WARNING Electric shock To prevent electric shock, before cleaning the PC, switch off the PC and all connected units and unplug all power cords. Cleaning the PC main unit - Wipe the PC main unit with a soft dry cloth.
Remove the ball and clean with water. Reverse the mouse to remove the ball, then clean the ball with water. Clean the inside of the mouse. Wipe the inside of the mouse, the rollers, and the Roller back cover with a damp cloth. Attach the ball and the back cover.
4 Supplement Peripheral devices and cables When peripheral devices or cables are connected to the PC, use Fujitsu-supplied devices and cables, as some non-Fujitsu devices and cables may not be connectable. Note on using the display The vertical and horizontal lines displayed by a CAD application may appear different in width depending on the setting of the resolution of the display used.
Windows 98/2000 Set the resolution to 640 x 480 (before replacement of the display). Set the refresh rate to the "adapter default." Terminate Windows and turn off the PC power, then replace the display. If there is no screen display or no display at some resolutoion after the display is replaced without performing the above setting, reinstall the display driver as follows: Start Windows in Safe Mode.
PC is to be connected and use the following type of cable in accordanc with the speed: Use a Fujitsu-supplied cable to minimize network trouble. • 100BASE-TX: Unsealed twisted paired-cable(UTP) at category 5 or a higher data grade •...
CD-ROM drive If a CD-ROM cleaning disk sold separately is used for cleaning, the lens may not be clean. Do not use a CD-ROM cleaning disk. ® Intel processor serial number ® ® Each Intel Pentium III processor contains a serial number that can be read electrically. The processor serial number can be used for information management, resource management, and security improvement on the web.
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