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Toshiba Personal Computer
Satellite C650D/C655D
(PSC16x/PSC17x)
Maintenance Manual
TOSHIBA CORPORATION
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Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D
Maintenance Manual

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    Toshiba Personal Computer Satellite C650D/C655D (PSC16x/PSC17x) Maintenance Manual TOSHIBA CORPORATION S/ No Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

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    © 2010 by Toshiba Corporation. All rights reserved. Under the copyright laws, this manual cannot be reproduced in any form without the prior written permission of Toshiba. No patent liability is assumed with respect to the use of the information contained herein.

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    NOTE: “Note” contains general information that relates to your safe maintenance service. Improper repair of the computer may result in safety hazards. Toshiba requires service technicians and authorized dealers or service providers to ensure the following safety precautions are adhered to strictly.

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    The manual is divided into the following parts: Chapter 1 Hardware Overview describes the Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D system unit and each FRU. Chapter 2 Troubleshooting Procedures explains how to diagnose and resolve FRU problems. Chapter 3 Test and Diagnostics describes how to perform test and diagnostic operations for maintenance service.

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    Conventions This manual uses the following formats to describe, identify, and highlight terms and operating procedures. Acronyms On the first appearance and whenever necessary for clarification acronyms are enclosed in parentheses following their definition. For example: Read Only Memory (ROM) Keys Keys are used in the text to describe many operations.

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Chapter 1 Hardware Overview 1.1 Features ..........................3 1.2 System Unit Components ....................9 1.3 2.5-inch HDD ........................14 1.4 DVD Super Multi (+-R Double Layer) ................15 1.5 Power Supply ........................16 1.6 Batteries ..........................17 1.6.1 Main Battery ...................17 1.6.2 Battery Charging Control ...............17 1.6.3 One time RTC Battery ................18 Chapter 2...

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    Keyboard ......................2-14 Procedure 1 Test Program Check ..............2-14 Procedure 2 Connector Check and Replacement Check ........2-14 Display ......................... 2-15 Procedure 1 External Monitor Check ............... 2-15 Procedure 2 Test Program Check ..............2-15 Procedure 3 Connector Check and Replacement Check ........2-15 ODD (Optical Disk Drive) ...................

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    3.2.8 System Information ................10 3.2.9 View Logs ....................12 Exit to Free DOS ...................12 3.2.10 3.2.11 The Diagnostics Screen Explanation............12 Options ........................16 3.3.1 Overview ....................16 3.3.2 Batch Parameters Configuration ............17 3.3.3 Item’s Parameters Configuration ............19 3.3.4 Load Batch Parameters ................20 3.3.5 Save Batch Parameters ................21 3.3.6 LOG Parameters Setting .................21...

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    Tools and Equipment ................... 4-6 Screw Tightening Torque ..................4-6 Colors of Screw Shanks ..................4-7 Symbols of Screws on the Computer Body ............4-7 Symbol examples ....................4-7 Battery Pack/PC card/Bridge Media ..............4-8 4.2.1 Battery Pack ..................4-8 Removing the Battery Pack .................

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    Display Assembly ....................4-25 Removing the Display Assembly ............... 4-25 Installing the Display Assembly ................ 4-27 4.10 System Board ....................... 4-28 Removing the System Board ................4-28 Installing the System Board ................4-29 4.11 CPU Cooling Module and Fan ................4-30 Remove the CPU cooling module and Fan ............

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    Installing the Speakers ..................4-51 4.20 Touchpad Bracket ....................4-52 Removing the Touchpad Bracket ..............4-52 Installing the Touchpad bracket ................. 4-53 Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

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    Appendices Appendix A Handling the LCD Module ................A-1 Appendix B Board Layout ....................B-1 Appendix C Keyboard Scan/Character Codes ..............C-1 Appendix D Key Layout....................D-1 Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

  • Page 13: Chapter 1 Hardware Overview

    Chapter 1 Hardware Overview Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

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    1 Hardware Overview Chapter 1 Contents 1.1 Features ..........................3 1.2 System Unit Components ....................9 1.3 2.5-inch HDD ........................14 1.4 DVD Super Multi (+-R Double Layer) ................15 1.5 Power Supply ........................16 1.6 Batteries ..........................17 1.6.1 Main Battery ..................

  • Page 15: Features

    1 Hardware Overview 1.1 Features Toshiba Satellite C650D/C655D and Satellite Pro C650D/C655D is a full size notebook PC based on the mobile AMD Danube Processor, providing high-speed processing capabilities and advanced features. The computer employs a Lithium Ion battery that allows it to be battery- operated for a longer period of time.

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    1 Hardware Overview 0B1.1 Features Hard Disk Drive (HDD) The computer accommodates 2.5-inch 9.5mm height Serial ATA HDD with following storage capacities: 250 GB (9.5mm thick) SATA (5,400rpm) 320 GB (9.5mm thick) SATA (5,400rpm) 500 GB (9.5mm thick) SATA (5,400rpm) The computer accommodates a fixed 12.7mm ODD with one of following types: Tray Type DVD Super Multi +-R Double Layer drive Tray Type DVD Super Multi +-R Double Layer with Label Flash™...

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    Headphone jack Internal microphone External microphone jack Keyboard 30 kinds’ countries keyboard, which is Toshiba A4 with numeric keypad flat one. Toshiba Touch Pad Normal Gesture Touch Pad (w/ 2 mechanical buttons) USB Port The computer has two USB 2.0 ports. It is supported to daisy-chain a maximum of 127 USB devices.

  • Page 18: Figure 1-1 Id Parts Description Placement

    1 Hardware Overview 0B1.1 Features Figures 1-1/1-2/1-3 and 1-4 show the computer and its system unit configuration, respectively. Figure 1-1 ID Parts Description Placement Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

  • Page 19: Figure 1-2 Computer Block Diagram

    0B1.1 Features 1 Hardware Overview Figure 1-2 Computer Block Diagram Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

  • Page 20: Figure 1-3 System Board Configurations

    1 Hardware Overview 0B1.1 Features Figure 1-3 System Board Configurations Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

  • Page 21: System Unit Components

    1B1.2 System Unit Components 1 Hardware Overview 1.2 System Unit Components Figure 1-4 is Block Diagram of the System Unit. Figure 1-4 System Unit Block Diagram Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

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    1 Hardware Overview 1B1.2 System Unit Components The system unit of the computer consists of the following components: Processor: Mobile AMD Danube Processor. AMD AthlonII Dule Core Processor − Core Speed: 2.10 GHz − System Bus: 1600 MHz − On-Die Level 2 Cache: 512KB AMD Sempron Processor −...

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    1B1.2 System Unit Components 1 Hardware Overview North Bridge: AMD RS880M − CPU Interface and Control − ATI Hyper Memory Support − PCI Express* Graphics (PEG) Interface − Integrated Display Interface Support − Internal Graphics Features − Direct Media Interface (DMI) −...

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    1 Hardware Overview 1B1.2 System Unit Components Integrated 2 WRMS (per channel) class-D stereo speaker amplifier with Spread Spectrum and 10-kV ESD withstand capability Digital Microphone interface with internal MIC boost supporting up to two multiplexed digital element array microphones Internal microphone boost −...

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    1B1.2 System Unit Components 1 Hardware Overview Clock Generator SB820M Internal Clock Generator − Generating the clock signal required for the system LAN Controller ATHEROS_AR8152 - 10/100Mbit − IEEE 802.3 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX compliant physical layer interface − IEEE 802.3u Auto-Negotiation support −...

  • Page 26: Inch Hdd

    1 Hardware Overview 2B1.3 2.5-inch HDD 1.3 2.5-inch HDD The computer contains an extremely low-profile, lightweight and high-performance HDD. The HDD incorporates 9.5 mm height magnetic disk and mini-Winchester type magnetic heads. The HDD interface conforms to Serial ATA. Storage capacities supported are 250, 320 & 500 GB. The HDD is shown in Figure 1-5 and some of its specifications are listed in Table 1-1.

  • Page 27: Dvd Super Multi (+-r Double Layer)

    3B1.4 DVD Super Multi (+-R Double Layer) 1 Hardware Overview 1.4 DVD Super Multi (+-R Double Layer) The DVD Super Multi drive accepts 12-cm (4.72-inch) and 8-cm (3.15-inch) discs. maximum, the drive can play back a DVD at 8x speed, read CD-ROM at 24x speed, and write CD-R at 24x speed, CD-RW at 4x speed, US CD-RW at 24x speed, High Speed CD-RW at 10x speed, DVD-R at 8x speed, DVD-RW at 6x speed, DVD+R at 8x speed, DVD+R (Double Layer) at 6x speed, DVD-R (Double Layer) at 6x speed, DVD+RW at 8x speed and DVD-RAM at 5x...

  • Page 28: Power Supply

    1 Hardware Overview 4B1.5 Power Supply 1.5 Power Supply The power supply unit provides many different voltages for the system board and performs the following functions: 1. Power input monitor Checks whether the DC power supply (AC adapter) is connected to the computer. Checks whether the battery pack is connected to the computer.

  • Page 29: Batteries

    5B1.6 Batteries 1 Hardware Overview 1.6 Batteries The computer has the following 2 types of battery: Main Battery Pack Real Time Clock (RTC) Battery Table 1-3 lists the specifications of these batteries. Table 1-3 Battery Specifications Battery Type Material Output voltage Capacity 3 Cell Lithium Ion...

  • Page 30: One Time Rtc Battery

    1 Hardware Overview 5B1.6 Batteries State Charge Time Off-State Charge 3/6 Cell About 4 hours max On-State Charge 3/6 Cell About 4~10 hours max NOTE: The time required for normal charge depends on the power consumption by the system. Using the fluorescent lamp and frequently accessing the disk consume much power and lengthen the charge time.

  • Page 31: Chapter 2 Troubleshooting

    2 Troubleshooting 概要 Chapter 2 Troubleshooting Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

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    2 Troubleshooting Chapter 2 Contents Outline ........................2-1 Basic Flowchart ...................... 2-2 Power Supply ......................2-6 Procedure 1 Power Icon Check ............... 2-6 Procedure 2 Connection Check ............... 2-7 Procedure 3 Replacement Check ..............2-7 System Board ......................2-8 Procedure 1 Message Check ................2-8 Procedure 2 Test Program Check ..............

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    2 Troubleshooting 2.10 Audio Test ......................2-20 Procedure 1 Test Program Check ..............2-20 Procedure 2 Connector Check and Replacement Check ....... 2-20 2.11 Cooling Module ....................2-21 Procedure 1 Test Program Check ..............2-21 Procedure 2 Connector Check and Replacement Check ....... 2-21 Figures Figure 2-1 ...

  • Page 35: Outline

    2. Screwdrivers (2 mm, 2.5 mm) 3. Cleaning disk kit (for ODD drive cleaning) 4. Bootable CD 5. Multi-meter 6. External monitor 7. Headphone 8. Microphone 9. A-BEX TEST DVD 10. Music CD 11. DVD TSD-1 (TOSHIBA EMI DVD Test Media) Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

  • Page 36: Basic Flowchart

    2 Troubleshooting 2.2 Basic Flowchart 2.2 Basic Flowchart The basic flowchart in Figure 2-1 serves as a guide for identifying a possibly faulty FRU. Before going through the diagnostic flowchart steps, verify the following: Ask the user if a password has been registered and, if so, ask him or her to enter the password.

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    Turn the power on. Follow the system board diagnostic Any error message displayed ?? Procedure in Section 2.4 Follow the display diagnostic Message "Toshiba Leading Innovation "displayed Procedure in Section 2.7 See the previous page to "Password=" displayed ?? Delete the password.

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    2 Troubleshooting 2.2 Basic Flowchart Follow the keyboard diagnostic Keyboard works well ?? procedure in Section 2.6 Insert Bootable CD into ODD or Bootable USB Memory into USB port. Follow the diagnostic Diagnostic Program procedure Loaded?? Perform each test with the diagnostic program.

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    2.2 Basic Flowchart 2 Troubleshooting If the diagnostic program cannot detect an error, the error may be intermittent. Run the continuous test program repeatedly to isolate the problem. Check the log utilities function to confirm which diagnostic test detected the error, then perform the appropriate troubleshooting procedures as follows: 1.

  • Page 40: Power Supply

    2 Troubleshooting 2.3 Power Supply 2.3 Power Supply The power supply in the computer controls many functions and components. To check if the power supply is defective or malfunctioning, follow the troubleshooting procedures below as instructed. Procedure 1 Power Icon Check Procedure 2 Connection Check Procedure 3...

  • Page 41: System Board

    2.3 Power Supply 2 Troubleshooting Procedure 2 Connection Check Power is supplied to the system board as illustrated below: System board adaptor AC power cord AC adaptor cord Battery pack Follow the steps below to check whether each connector has been connected correctly: Check 1 Make sure the AC adaptor and AC power cord have been firmly plugged into the DC IN socket and wall outlet respectively.

  • Page 42: Procedure 1 Message Check

    2 Troubleshooting 2.4 System Board 2.4 System Board To check if the system board is defective or malfunctioning, follow the troubleshooting procedures below as instructed. Procedure 1 Message Check Procedure 2 Test Program Check Procedure 3 Replacement Check Procedure 1 Message Check When the power is turned on, the system performs the self-diagnostic Power On Self Test (POST) embedded in the BIOS ROM.

  • Page 43: Procedure 2 Test Program Check

    2.4 System Board 2 Troubleshooting Procedure 2 Test Program Check The maintenance test program contains several programs for diagnosing the system board and CPU. Execute the following test programs using the procedures described in Chapter 3. 1. System test 2. Memory test 3.

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    2 Troubleshooting 2.5 HDD 2.5 HDD To check if the 9.5mm HDD is defective or malfunctioning, follow the troubleshooting procedures below as instructed. Procedure 1 Message Check Procedure 2 Partition Check Procedure 3 Format Check Procedure 4 Test Program Check Procedure 5 Connector Check and Replacement Check CAUTION: The contents of the HDD will be erased when the HDD diagnostic test or formatting is executed.

  • Page 45: Procedure 3 Format Check

    2.5 HDD 2 Troubleshooting partition on drive C. Then restart the computer.. If the problem persists, go to Procedure 3. Check 3 If drive C is listed as active in the FDISK menu, perform Check 4. If drive C is not listed as active, return to the FDISK menu and choose the option to set the active partition for drive C.

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    2 Troubleshooting 2.5 HDD Table 2- 1 HDD Error Code and Status Code Status Get Parameter Fail ! Read Old Data Error Write Pattern Error Read Back Data Error Data Compare Error Restore Data Error Read Verify Error Seek Error Disk Controller Self Test Failed Disk Controller Test unexpected interrupt Failed Disk Controller action Test Failed...

  • Page 47: Procedure 5 Connector Check And Replacement Check

    2.5 HDD 2 Troubleshooting Procedure 5 Connector Check and Replacement Check The HDD, system board or CPU may be faulty. Disassemble the computer following the steps described in Chapter 4 and perform the following checks: Check 1 Make sure the following connectors have been firmly connected to the HDD, system board and CPU.

  • Page 48: Keyboard

    2 Troubleshooting 2.6 Keyboard 2.6 Keyboard To check if the computer’s keyboard is defective or malfunctioning, follow the troubleshooting procedures below as instructed. Procedure 1 Test Program Check Procedure 2 Connector Check and Replacement Check Procedure 1 Test Program Check Execute the Keyboard test available as part of the maintenance test program.

  • Page 49: Display

    2.7 Display 2 Troubleshooting 2.7 Display To check if the computer’s display is defective or malfunctioning, follow the troubleshooting procedures below as instructed. Procedure 1 External Monitor Check Procedure 2 Test Program Check Procedure 3 Connector Check and Replacement Check Procedure 1 External Monitor Check Connect an external monitor to the computer's external monitor port, then boot the computer.

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    2 Troubleshooting 2.7 Display If there is still an error, perform Check 4. Check 4 The FL inverter board may be faulty. Replace it with a new one and return to Procedure 3. If there is still an error, perform Check 5. Check 5 Make sure the LCD/FL cable has been firmly connected to the system board and LCD module.

  • Page 51: Odd (optical Disk Drive)

    Execute the ODD drive test program available as part of the maintenance test program. Insert the diagnostics CD in the computer's CD, turn on the computer and run the test. Then insert a test ODD (Toshiba-EMI DVD-ROM TEST DISK TSD-1) into the ODD drive. See Chapter 3 for information on how to perform the test.

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    2 Troubleshooting 2.8 ODD (Optical Disk Drive) Check 3 The ODD drive may be faulty. Replace the ODD drive with a new one following the steps in Chapter 4. If the ODD drive is still not functioning properly, perform Check 4. Check 4 The system board may be faulty.

  • Page 53: Lan

    2.9 LAN 2 Troubleshooting 2.9 LAN To check if the computer’s LAN is defective or malfunctioning, follow the troubleshooting procedures below as instructed. Procedure 1 Test Program Check Procedure 2 Connector Check and Replacement Check Procedure 1 Test Program Check Execute the LAN check program available as part of the maintenance test program.

  • Page 54: Audio Test

    2 Troubleshooting 2.10Audio Test 2.10 Audio Test To check if the computer’s Speaker is defective or malfunctioning, follow the troubleshooting procedures below as instructed. Procedure 1 Test Program Check Procedure 2 Connector Check and Replacement Check Procedure 1 Test Program Check Execute the Audio test available as part of the maintenance test program.

  • Page 55: Cooling Module

    2.11 11BCooling Module 2 Troubleshooting 2.11 Cooling Module To check if the computer’s cooling module is defective or malfunctioning, follow the troubleshooting procedures below as instructed. Procedure 1 Test Program Check Procedure 2 Connector Check and Replacement Check Procedure 1 Test Program Check Execute the Fan On/off test program available as part of the maintenance test program.

  • Page 56: Chapter 3 Diagnostic Programs

    Chapter 3 Diagnostic Programs...

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    3 Diagnostic Programs Chapter 3 Contents General .......................... 1 Quick Start ........................3 3.2.1 Quick Test ....................3 3.2.2 Customization Test .................. 3 3.2.3 Keyboard Layout test ................7 3.2.4 Audio Play Test ..................8 3.2.5 Audio Record Test................... 8 3.2.6 DMI Read ....................

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    3 Diagnostic Programs Communication (COMM) ..................52 3.10 Peripheral ........................53 3.11 Error Codes and description ..................56 3.12 Quick Test Item List ...................... i Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

  • Page 60: General

    3.1 General 3 Diagnostic Programs General This chapter explains the diagnostic programs which tests and diagnoses the functions of the hardware components of this computer. The diagnostic programs can be classified into two types: OPTION and DIAGNOSTIC TEST. Manaus 10AD NOTE 1: This Diagnostic supports NOTE 2: Before test must set SATA Controller Mode to “Compatibility”...

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    A Service Diagnostic BOOT CD or USB Flash Memory A Formatted FLOPPY DISK A Test Media CD (A-BEX TEST CD-ROM TCDR-702)(for CD-ROM test) A Test Media DVD (Toshiba-EMI DVD-ROM TEST DISK TSD-1) An External Monitor (for DISPLAY test) A CD-ROM Driver (for CD-ROM test)

  • Page 62: Quick Start

    3.2 Quick Start 3 Diagnostic Programs Quick Start When the system is booting from Service Diagnostic CD or USB Flash Memory, the following screen will be displayed: Please select a test item or select 0 to exit to Free-DOS: 3.2.1 Quick Test When this item is selected, the system will run the configured test items and generate a test report automatically.

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    3 Diagnostic Programs 3.2 Quick Start Use arrow key to select ‘TouchPad’ item on ‘Peripheral’ in the menu, then press Space key to select it. (When it is being selected, there is a X marked in the Select ‘Test Mouse’ or press F8 to run the test. The prompt information would be displayed in the screen as below.

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    3.2 Quick Start 3 Diagnostic Programs Here is another method to run the test: Highlight a test item by using arrow keys, then, press Enter to start. If there are parameters provided, user should set parameters in the parameter dialog window. CPU Speed Test (Step by Step): Select test item: Select System—CPU—CPU Speed, then, press the Enter key.

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    3 Diagnostic Programs 3.2 Quick Start Test Result System will automatically run and display the test result as follows: Following is the comparison report of the two testing methods mentioned above: 1) Configuration and Running As to the method used in Mouse test, the user is required to select test items by pressing Space key and set the parameters artificially, (See 3.3.3 Item’s Parameters Configuration) Then press F8 to start the test.

  • Page 66: Keyboard Layout Test

    3.2 Quick Start 3 Diagnostic Programs As to the method adopted in CPU Speed test, user should highlight the test item and press Enter to start testing. And the user has to setup the parameters every time before running the test. Using this method, only one test item would be tested at one time. 3.2.3 Keyboard Layout test The test purpose is to check whether 30 kinds of keyboards run well during the test procedure.

  • Page 67: Audio Play Test

    3 Diagnostic Programs 3.2 Quick Start It requires user to press the key and check whether the key in the screen changes color or not. User can terminate test by typing ‘END’. When testing the ‘Fn’ key, it must press the ‘ESC’ key at the same time. When the user has checked all the keys and all the keys in the screen have changed color, the diagnostics program would automatically end the test and report the pass information.

  • Page 68: Dmi Read

    3.2 Quick Start 3 Diagnostic Programs NOTE 1: This test only for internal microphone! If the machine doesn't have camera module, then it doesn't have internal microphone. This test result will fail due to no internal microphone. 3.2.6 DMI Read Read the information from the system’s SMBIOS and display it in the screen as follows: User can press any key to exit the program.

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    3 Diagnostic Programs 3.2 Quick Start In this screen, there are two lines which attribute could be edited and updated. The 1 line (the font in yellow with blue background) shows the attribute’s value that is read from the current system and the 2 line (the font in red with turquoise background) shows the same value as that in the 1 line before user’s editing.

  • Page 70: System Information

    3.2 Quick Start 3 Diagnostic Programs The attributes that have been modified would be marked in red; otherwise in yellow. User could press F2 to save the changes, or press F4 to ignore and exit the current program. 3.2.8 System Information This function is used to read the system information.

  • Page 71: View Logs

    3 Diagnostic Programs 3.2 Quick Start User can use function keys listed on the bottom of the screen to display the configuration of the component or exit the current program. On the left column, the components information is listed and user can use arrow keys or PgUp/PgDn to view the list and highlight the chosen component.

  • Page 72: Exit To Free Dos

    3.2 Quick Start 3 Diagnostic Programs 3.2.10 Exit to Free DOS Select this item to exit to Free DOS. 3.2.11 The Diagnostics Screen Explanation Below is an example of running a test item. It includes the following parts: Diagnostics Windows, Test Status Area, Progress Bar, Error List, Test Item’s Title, Status Bar and Message Box.

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    3 Diagnostic Programs 3.2 Quick Start Test status and result are displayed in the upper right corner of the screen. It displays the test status of the current test item – TEST (in testing), PASS (test finished and its result is passed), FAIL (test finished and its result is failed) and SKIP (test skipped).

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    3.2 Quick Start 3 Diagnostic Programs The status bar is used to indicate the current script setting and test status. It consists of two lines that includes the information as follows: Test Mode: TIMEBOUND or LOOPBOUND, e.g. LOOPBOUND in the above screen; Script File Name: Script file name, e.g.

  • Page 75: Options

    3 Diagnostic Programs 3.3Option Options 3.3.1 Overview In Service Diagnostics, with the Options menu user can configure the batch parameters, test item’s parameters and those parameters created by the LOG file. Options Menu Notes: • Select All/None Items Switch between selecting all test items and selecting none. The hot key is F6. •...

  • Page 76: Batch Parameters Configuration

    3.3 Option 3 Diagnostic Programs • Edit Batch Parameters Configure batch parameters and all the test item’s parameters. • Load Batch Parameters Upload all the test items and the parameters to the *.ini file. • Save Batch Parameters Save all the parameters and the test items that are configured in the editor to a specified file.

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    3 Diagnostic Programs 3.3Option Test Order • Specify the order of the test items. Choose 'Sequence' to adopt the sequential mode; choose 'Random' to run the test items in random sequence. Test Options • Choose one of the following options: Wait On Error Wait for further confirmation while an error occurs.

  • Page 78: Item's Parameters Configuration

    3.3 Option 3 Diagnostic Programs Monitor the remaining battery capacity (percent). Monitor CPU Thermal Monitor the CPU temperature. Test Mode • LOOPBOUND The chosen test items will run repeatedly according to the times specified in the 'Number of Loops'. TIMEBOUND The chosen test items will run for an extent time specified in 'Time Limit Hrs' and 'Time Limit Min'.

  • Page 79: Load Batch Parameters

    3 Diagnostic Programs 3.3Option Repeat times of the test item. Interactive • If the item is enabled during the test, the test items that need user to response can run normally, such as PS2 Mouse test; If it is disabled, those test items will report FAIL.

  • Page 80: Save Batch Parameters

    3.3 Option 3 Diagnostic Programs In this window, you can specify the .INI files that you wanted to be edited or modified. 3.3.5 Save Batch Parameters Here you can save the edited or modified content to the batch parameters files. 3.3.6 LOG Parameters Setting You can access the Log Parameters screen through Service Diagnostics\Options - Generate Report.

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    3 Diagnostic Programs 3.3Option Report Destination • If selecting 'NONE', no log file will be generated; if selecting 'FILE', a log file with the name specified in 'Log File Name' will be generated. Log Options • Log Errors If selecting this parameter, errors will be recorded when the test fails. Log Test Activities If selecting this parameter, the subtest results will be recorded.

  • Page 82: Specify Log Viewer

    3.3 Option 3 Diagnostic Programs Log Device Info on Fail If selecting this parameter, details of the failed test will be recorded. Log file Name • Specify the Log file name. You can input the detail path of the file. System will show the detail path of the file.

  • Page 83: Log Viewer

    3 Diagnostic Programs 3.3Option In this screen, you can specify a Log file and view it with the viewer designated in Specify LOG Viewer. 3.3.9 LOG Viewer Service Diagnostic Log viewer: ↑, ↓ • Scroll a line backward or forward on the screen. Page Up, Page Down •...

  • Page 84: Log File Sample

    3.3 Option 3 Diagnostic Programs Prompt the search dialogue for the user to input the string to be looked for and specify the searching method. • Find the next corresponding strings given. 3.3.10 LOG File Sample Log file is a test result file, which records the following information: Test module name, Test item name, Start/End time and the test result (including PASS, FAIL, SKIP and ABORT).

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    3 Diagnostic Programs 3.3Option ITEM TEST FAIL Function ID :502 Error Code :50202 Error Message :Touch Pad Test Fail End Time: Wed Jul 05 10:49:16 2006 Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

  • Page 86: Subtests

    3.4 Subtests 3 Diagnostic Programs Subtests Test Test Item Subtest Test items Internal Name Group System 01 CPU 01 Basic Functionality Test [CPUBasicFun] 02 CPU Speed [CPUSpeed] Coprocessor Coprocessor NPU Basic Functions [NPUFun] 04 CPU Information [CPUInformation] 05 CPU Protected Mode [Protect] 06 MMX [MMX]...

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    3 Diagnostic Programs 3.4 Subtests 10 Data Bus Test [DataBus] 11 Bus Noise [BusNoise] Memory Speed [MemSpeed] Test Storage 01 HDD 01 Sequential/Random R/W [SeqRdRW1] 02 Sequential/Random Seek [Seek1] 03 Performance [Perform1] 04 Controller Check [Controller1] 05 Diagnostic Read/Write [DiagRW1] 06 SMART Test [SMART1] 02 ODD...

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    3.4 Subtests 3 Diagnostic Programs [V1024768_32] VESA 1024x768x32K Mode VESA 1024x768x16K Mode VESA 1024x768x32bit Mode VESA Video [VESAMEM] Memory 05 AGP Test [AGP] 06 LCD Panel Test [LCDPanel] 07 Register Test [Register] 08 Color Purity Test [ColPurity] 09 Direct Color Test [DirectColor] DAC/Palette [DACPalAddr]...

  • Page 89: System Test

    3 Diagnostic Programs 3.5 System Test System Test Move arrow keys and press the Space key to select CPU test item from Service Diagnostic menu, then highlight CPU and press the Enter to run this test item. Subtest 01 CPU 1.

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    3.5 System Test 3 Diagnostic Programs CPU Speed Comparison--Whether you want to make a comparison of the CPU speed with the value set in ‘Expected CPU Speed’, you should choose ‘Yes’; otherwise, ‘No’. Expected CPU Speed--Specify the expected CPU Speed value you want for further comparison.

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    3 Diagnostic Programs 3.5 System Test 5. CPU Protected Mode Test This test item is to check whether CPU protected mode instruction works normally. 6. MMX The test item is to confirm whether the CPU supports MMX instructions. Subtest 02 Boards 1.

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    3.5 System Test 3 Diagnostic Programs 5. Plug and Play This test item is to check: 1. Whether the current system supports Plug-n-Play; 2. Whether there is an ESCD (Extended System Configuration Data) in the BIOS; 3. Whether there is PCI-to-ISA bridge in the system; 4.

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    3 Diagnostic Programs 3.5 System Test Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

  • Page 94: Memory Test

    3.6 Memory Test 3 Diagnostic Programs Memory Test This test module is to check whether the memory chip works normally. Subtest 01 BIOS ROM This test item is to check the validity of BIOS ROM that includes two sub-items -- ROM Read and ROM Write Protection.

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    3 Diagnostic Programs 3.6 Memory Test test coverage would be based on the setting and the value in ‘Percent (%) mentioned at below. Pattern Size: Choose the pattern size – BYTE, WORD, DWORD or ALL. Percent (%): Choose the percentage of the defined range of the memory to be tested.

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    3.6 Memory Test 3 Diagnostic Programs In addition to the above pattern test of the memory, there is Read/Write Cycle test and Read Cycle Test for the extended memory. Below is the parameter dialog window of the extended pattern test. Test Range: Specify the test coverage range of Extended Memory.

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    3 Diagnostic Programs 3.6 Memory Test 2. Read Cycle Test Test by using read instructions. Subtest 04 Walking 1’s Test The test item is to ensure that there is no short circuitry issue in memory chip. The parameter dialog window is the same as that in ‘Subtest 02 Pattern’. Subtest 05 Walking 0’s Test The test item is to ensure that there is no open circuitry issue in memory chip.

  • Page 98

    3.6 Memory Test 3 Diagnostic Programs 2. Random Increment Read/Write This test item is to check whether the memory could be correctly accessed with randomized memory address and a series of incremental data. Subtest 10 Data Bus Test This test item is to check whether the data bus works normally. Subtest 11 Bus Noise Test This test item is to check whether the bus noise works normally.

  • Page 99: Storage

    3 Diagnostic Programs 3.7 Storage Storage Subtest 01 HDD This test item runs on IDE hard disks. It checks the functions and performance of IDE hard disk. In order to protect user’s HDD data, the password must be verified before the HDD test.

  • Page 100

    3.7 Storage 3 Diagnostic Programs invalid. If user chooses Special Size, the test of IDE HDD will be taken according to the coverage range that user chooses or time. LBA Start, LBA End--Specify the start and end byte in LBA (Larg e Block Address).

  • Page 101

    3 Diagnostic Programs 3.7 Storage IDE HDD Test Range—is same as the description of the upper item. LBA Start, LBA End-- specify start and finish byte in LBA(Large Block Address); Option-- Select sequential test or random test; Percent-- Specify the coverage rate in percentage of the total disk. Time Limit(h): Choose or Input the time (hour) of the defined range of the total disk to be tested;...

  • Page 102

    3.7 Storage 3 Diagnostic Programs SMART Test SMART stands for Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technolo SMART test will compare the attribute values with the threshold value in the HDD’s controller to confirm whether there is any failure in the HDD Subtes t 02 ODD The ODD test runs on IDE CDROM/DVD-ROM &...

  • Page 103: Video

    3 Diagnostic Programs 3.8 Video Video This test item tests the video by: displaying the figures in different graphic modes. displaying the property and color of the characters in different text modes. User will confirm whether each video mode works normally by judging whether the display is correct.

  • Page 104

    3.8 Video 3 Diagnostic Programs It would display the below texts of the different attributes in the screen: 1. Text in normal attribute; 2. Text in blinking normal attribute; 3. Text in inverse attribute; 4. Text in blinking inverse attribute; 5.

  • Page 105

    3 Diagnostic Programs 3.8 Video 4. Text Color This test item is to check whether all 16 colors foreground and all 8 colors background works normally in VGA text mode. The bit4-6 of the attribute byte of a character defines 8 background colors (black, blue, green, cyan, red, brown, magenta, and light gray), and the bit0-3 defines 16 foreground colors (dark gray, light blue, light green, light cyan, light red, light magenta, yellow, and white besides the above 8 colors).

  • Page 106

    3.8 Video 3 Diagnostic Programs This test item is to check whether 80*25 Text Mode works normally. In the test, user is required to respond according to the instruction in the screen. Subtest 02 640 * 480 VGA Mode This test item is to check whether 680*480 VGA Text mode works normally. In the test, user is required to respond according to the instruction in the screen.

  • Page 107

    3 Diagnostic Programs 3.8 Video Subtest 03 VESA Video Modes This test item is to check whether all the video modes supported by the video card works normally. In the test, user is required to respond following the instruction in the screen. 1.

  • Page 108

    3.8 Video 3 Diagnostic Programs If press Ctrl+Break to force the test to terminate during execution of VESA Video Memory, the test program will not operate and display properly in further tests. Subtest 05 AGP Test This test item is to report the system’s Accelerated Graphics Port status and check whether AGP registers works normally.

  • Page 109

    3 Diagnostic Programs 3.8 Video Subtest 07 Register Test This test item is to check whether the registers of the video adapter works normally. Subtest 08 Color Purity Test This test item is to check whether the system (the video adapter and the display) could display the purity color of red, green, blue, black and white.

  • Page 110

    3.8 Video 3 Diagnostic Programs Subtest 10 DAC/Palette Address This test item is to check the function of DAC registers and Palette registers. In the test, user is required to respond according to the instruction in the screen. Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

  • Page 111: Communication (comm)

    3 Diagnostic Programs 3.9 Communication (COMM) Communication (COMM) Subtest 01 LAN Card This test item is to check whether the module can detect the existence of the network card and display its related information. 1. Device ID Detection Detect the device ID of the network card. 2.

  • Page 112: Peripheral

    3.10 Peripheral 3 Diagnostic Programs 3.10 Peripheral Subtest 01 Keyboard This test item is to check whether the keyboard works normally. 1. Keyboard Data Line Test Check whether the keyboard data line works normally. 2. Keyboard Clock Line Test Check whether the keyboard clock line works normally. Subtest 02 Mouse Test Check whether the point devices work normally.

  • Page 113

    3 Diagnostic Programs 3.10 Peripheral Subtest 03 Led Test 1. Led Test Check whether the green led works normally. Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

  • Page 114

    3.10 Peripheral 3 Diagnostic Programs Check whether the orange led works normally. Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

  • Page 115: Error Codes And Description

    3 Diagnostic Programs 3.11Error Codes and Description 3.11 Error Codes and description The format of ‘Error Code’ is ‘ddxxee’, and ‘dd’ is the device ID (1~2 chars), ‘xx’ is test function ID of device (2 chars), ‘ee’ is the error code of device (2 chars); the range of error code is from 01 to 99 in each device (the common error codes in all device are set to 99 and spanned).

  • Page 116: Error Codes And Description

    3.11Error Codes and Description 3 Diagnostic Programs The test pattern read out from the extension memory is different (XMS)Memory Problem As above. from the one that has been written in this address. (XMS) Out Of Range Wrong parameters setup. Check and reset the parameters. Interference between different Test this memory chip on Address Test Error...

  • Page 117

    3 Diagnostic Programs 3.11Error Codes and Description configuration. Repeat multiple times. If there is PCI to ISA Bridge Error PCI-ISA bridge errors. always the same error, replace the board. ESCD Error ESCD errors. As above. ACPI Table Test Error Errors with the ACPI table test. As above. 34xx Fan Slow Speed Test Fail The fan slow speed test fails.

  • Page 118

    3.11Error Codes and Description 3 Diagnostic Programs Check whether there is any Physical problems with the video VESA VRAM Test Error physical problem with the video card or the monitor. card or the monitor. Check and see whether the AGP AGP configuration register AGP Test Error video card has any physical...

  • Page 119

    3 Diagnostic Programs 3.11Error Codes and Description Keyboard Map & Stroke Keyboard Map & Stroke Test Check the KBD connection and Test Fail fails. repeat the test. Clock Line Test Fail Clock Line Test fails. As above. Data Line Test Fail Data Line Test fails.

  • Page 120

    3.11Error Codes and Description 3 Diagnostic Programs Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

  • Page 122: Quick Test Item List

    3.12 Quick Test Item List 3 Diagnostic Programs 3.12 Quick Test Item List Device Test Items Comment Basic Functionality NPU Basic Functions CPU Information Memory BIOS ROM Cache Memory Bit Stuck High Test 10% or 3 minutes Bit Stuck Low Test 10% or 3 minutes Address Test Board...

  • Page 123: Chapter 4 Replacement Procedures

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  • Page 124

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  • Page 125: General

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  • Page 126

    4 Replacement Procedures Assembling the ODD Drive ......Fehler! Textmarke nicht definiert. Keyboard and RTC battery ........Fehler! Textmarke nicht definiert. Removing Keyboard and RTC battery ... Fehler! Textmarke nicht definiert. Installing the Keyboard and RTC battery ..Fehler! Textmarke nicht definiert. Wireless LAN Card ..........

  • Page 127

    4 Replacement Procedures Removing the LED module ......Fehler! Textmarke nicht definiert. Installing the LED Module ......Fehler! Textmarke nicht definiert. 4.17 CCD Board and MIC ..........Fehler! Textmarke nicht definiert. Removing the CCD Board and MIC ....Fehler! Textmarke nicht definiert. Installing the CCD Board and MIC ....

  • Page 128

    4 Replacement Procedures Figures Figure4-1 Removing the battery pack .................. 4-8 Figure 4-2 Removing the PC card ..................4-10 Figure 4-3 Removing the Bridge Media ................4-12 Figure 4-4 Removing the optional memory ................ 4-14 Figure 4-5 Removing the MDC module ................4-16 Figure 4-6 Removing the HDD pack ..................

  • Page 129

    4 Replacement Procedures Figure 4-28 Removing the LCD module and screw ............4-43 Figure 4-29 Removing the LCD module ................4-43 Figure 4-30 Removing CCD board and MIC ..............4-45 Figure 4-31 Removing the speakers ..................4-46 Figure 4-32 Removing the button board and hotkey Board..........4-47 Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

  • Page 130

    4.1 General 4 Replacement Procedures General This chapter explains how to disassemble the computer and replace Field Replaceable Units (FRUs). Some replacement procedures may not require you to remove all the surrounding FRUs to replace only one FRU. The chart below shows the FRUs in the order in which they should be removed in a top-down manner, irrespective of their physical locations.

  • Page 131

    DANGER: Always use the genuine batteries or replacement batteries authorized by Toshiba. Batteries other than those differ in specifications and are incompatible with the computer. They may burst or explode. To avoid leakage of alkaline solutions, never heat or disassemble the battery packs.

  • Page 132

    For AC input, be sure to use the AC adapter and AC power cable that come with your computer or Toshiba-recommended equivalents. To avoid the risk of electrical shock, make sure that all the replacement components meet the specifications of the computer and that all the cables and connectors are fastened securely.

  • Page 133

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.1 General Before You Begin Before you begin to disassembly the computer, keep in mind the precautions and advice in this section. Always begin disassembly by removing the AC adapter and battery pack. Remove the optional parts and accessories as well. The procedures for removing the batteries will be explained later.

  • Page 134

    4.1 General 4 Replacement Procedures Disassembly Procedures The cable connectors come in these two basic types: Pressure plate connectors Normal pin connectors To remove a pressure plate connector, pull up the tabs on either side of the connector's plastic pressure plate and gently pull the cable out of the connector. To reconnect the cable to the pressure plate's connector, raise the pressure plate up to a satisfactory height and slide the cable into the connector.

  • Page 135: Tools And Equipment

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.1 General Tools and Equipment For your safety and that of other people in the working environment, it is strongly recommended that you use electrostatic discharge (ESD) equipment. The proper use of this equipment will ensure successful repair work and reduce the costs for repairing damaged components.

  • Page 136: Colors Of Screw Shanks

    4.1 General 4 Replacement Procedures Colors of Screw Shanks For easy identification of the correct screws, the screw shanks are colored according to their lengths, as follows: Screws of an even-numbered length Brown Screws of an odd-numbered length White Screws of a special length Black Screws of a special length are those of a length having decimal places, such as 2.5 mm and 2.6 mm.

  • Page 137: Battery Pack

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.2 Battery Pack/Bridge Media Battery Pack/Bridge Media 4.2.1 Battery Pack Removing the Battery Pack Remove the battery pack according to the following procedures and Figure 4-1. CAUTION: When handling the battery packs, use care not to short circuit the terminals.

  • Page 138

    Always dispose of the battery packs as required by local ordinances or regulations. Use only replacement batteries recommended by Toshiba. NOTE: Visually check the battery's terminals. If they are dirty, clean them with a dry cloth.

  • Page 139

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.2 Battery Pack/Bridge Media 4.2.2 Bridge Media Removing the Bridge Media Remove the Bridge Media according to the following procedures and Figure 4-2, after checking that the computer is turned off in boot mode. 1. Push a Bridge media. It will pop out partly when you release, so pull out the Bridge media.

  • Page 140: Memory Module

    4.3 MDC Module 4 Replacement Procedures Memory Module Removing the Memory Module Remove the memory module according to the following procedures and Figures 4-3, after checking that the computer is turned off in boot mode. CAUTION: Remove the optional memory after turning off the computer. If this is violated, the computer or memory can be damaged.

  • Page 141: Installing The Memory Module

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.3 MDC Module Installing the Memory Module Install the memory module according to the following procedures and Figures 4-3, after checking that the computer is turned off in boot mode. CAUTION: Install the optional memory after turning off the computer. If this is violated, the computer or memory can be damaged.

  • Page 142: Hdd

    4.4 HDD 4 Replacement Procedures Removing the HDD CAUTION: Do not press on the top or bottom of the drive. Applying such pressure can either corrupt the data in the drive or damage the drive. Remove the HDD (hard disk drive) according to the following procedures and Figures 4-4, 4- 1.

  • Page 143

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.4 HDD M2 5x3 black flat head screw HDD cover HDD pack Figure 4-4 Removing the HDD pack NOTE: Do not disassemble the HDD pack when it is working normally. Disassemble or replace the HDD pack only if it fails. 4.

  • Page 144

    4.4 HDD 4 Replacement Procedures M2x2 black flat head screw HDD chassis M2x2 black flat head screw Figure 4-5 Removing the HDD chassis CAUTION: Do not apply pressure to the top or bottom of the drive. Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual 4-15...

  • Page 145: Installing The Hdd

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.4 HDD Installing the HDD Install the HDD according to the following procedures and Figures 4-4, 4-5. CAUTION: To avoid damage, always hold the HDD only by its sides. 1. Attach the HDD chassis. 2. Secure the HDD and its chassis with the four M2.5x2 black flat head screws. CAUTION: To prevent the HDD bracket from being distorted when installing the HDD pack into the computer, do not press the center of the HDD pack.

  • Page 146: Odd Bay Module

    4.5 ODD Bay Module 4 Replacement Procedures ODD Bay Module Removing the ODD Bay Module NOTE: The installation and removal procedures are the same for all the modules that can be installed in the ODD bay. See the appropriate sections for the disassembly procedures of specific modules.

  • Page 147: Installing The Odd Bay Module

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.5 ODD Bay Module Installing the ODD Bay Module Install the ODD bay module according to the following procedures and Figures 4-6. 1. Place the ODD bay module in the correct position and slide it in. 2. Push it in until it clicks into place. 3.

  • Page 148: Disassembling The Odd Drive

    4.5 ODD Bay Module 4 Replacement Procedures Disassembling the ODD Drive NOTE: Do not disassemble the ODD drive when it is working normally. Disassemble or replace the ODD drive only if it fails. Disassemble the ODD drive according to the following procedures and Figure 4-7. 1.

  • Page 149: Keyboard And Rtc Battery

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.6 Keyboard Keyboard and RTC battery Removing Keyboard and RTC battery Remove the Keyboard and RTC battery according to the following procedures and Figure 4- 1. Release the following 13 latches on the keyboard cover, in that order: - One latch on right side and one latch on left sides.

  • Page 150: Installing The Keyboard And Rtc Battery

    4.6 Keyboard 4 Replacement Procedures Installing the Keyboard and RTC battery Install the keyboard and RTC battery according to the following procedures and Figure 4-8. 1. Place RTC battery in battery locker in the correct position 2. Connect the keyboard cable to CN250 on the system board. 3.

  • Page 151: Wireless Lan Card

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.7 Wireless LAN card 4.7 Wireless LAN Card Removing the Wireless LAN Card Remove the wireless LAN card according to the following procedures and Figure 4-9. CAUTION: Do not touch the connectors on the wireless LAN card and in the computer with your bare hands.

  • Page 152: Installing The Wireless Lan Card

    4.7 Wireless LAN Card 4 Replacement Procedures Installing the Wireless LAN Card Install the wireless LAN card according to the following procedures and Figure 4-9. 1. Insert the wireless LAN card into the CN1300 an angle of 45 degrees. 2. Press down on the wireless LAN card to secure it with two M2x3 black flat head screws.

  • Page 153: Top Cover

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.8 Top Cover Top Cover Removing the Top Cover Remove the top cover according to the following procedures and Figures 4-10 and 4-11. Turn the computer upside down and remove the following 20 screws: - Sixteen M2.5x6 black flat head screws. - Four M2x2 black flat head screws.

  • Page 154: Installing The Top Cover

    4.8 Top Cover 4 Replacement Procedures Power board cable Latch Touch pad board flat cable Speaker cable Top cover CN600 CN200 CN280 Figure 4-11 Removing the top cover Installing the Top Cover Install the top cover with the display assembly according to the following procedures and Figures 4-10, 4-11.

  • Page 155: Display Assembly

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.9 Display Assembly Display Assembly Removing the Display Assembly CAUTION: Use care to avoid that the antenna cable is not caught between the display assembly and computer. Remove the display assembly according to the following procedures and Figures 4-12. 1.

  • Page 156

    4.9 Display Assembly 4 Replacement Procedures 6. Remove the display module. Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual 4-27...

  • Page 157: Installing The Display Assembly

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.9 Display Assembly Installing the Display Assembly Install the display assembly according to the following procedures and Figures 4-12. 1. Place the display panel in the correct position and push the wireless antenna cable into the bottom cover. 2.

  • Page 158: System Board

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.10 System board 4.10 System Board Removing the System Board NOTE: Be careful of the eject button for the PC card. It can be damaged when removing the board. Make sure it is securely installed. Remove the System Board according to the following procedures and Figure 4-13. 1.

  • Page 159: Installing The System Board

    4. 10 System board 4 Replacement Procedures Installing the System Board Install the System Board according to the following procedures and figure 4-13. NOTE: Be careful of the eject button for the PC card. It can be damaged when installing the system board.

  • Page 160: Cpu Cooling Module And Fan

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.11 CPU cooling Module and Fan 4.11 CPU Cooling Module and Fan CAUTION: When removing the cooling module, keep the following in mind: The cooling module can become very hot during operation. Be sure to let it cool down before starting the repair work.

  • Page 161

    4.11 CPU cooling Module and Fan 4 Replacement Procedures M2x5 white flat head screw Figure 4-14 Removing the fan M2x2 black flat head screw CPU cooling module Figure 4-15 Removing the CPU cooling module Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual 4--31...

  • Page 162

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.11 CPU cooling Module and Fan Figure 4-16 Applying silicon grease Thermal pad CPU cooling module Figure 4-17 Replace new thermal pad into correct position. Tape Thermal pad Figure 4-18 Tear down the tape. 4--32 Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

  • Page 163: Installing The Cpu Cooling Module And Fan

    4.11 CPU cooling Module and Fan 4 Replacement Procedures Installing the CPU Cooling Module and Fan Install the cooling Module according to the following procedures and Figures 4-14, 4-15, 4-16, 4-17, and 4-18. CAUTION: When installing the cooling module, keep the following in mind: 1.

  • Page 164: Cpu

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.12 CPU 4.12 CPU Removing the CPU CAUTION: When removing the CPU, keep the following in mind: The CPU can become very hot during operation. Be sure to let it cool down before starting repair work. Remove the CPU according to the following procedures and Figures 4-19, 4-20 and 4-21. NOTE: FOXCONN CPU socket will be 180 degrees to the right.

  • Page 165: Installing The Cpu

    4.12 CPU 4 Replacement Procedures Installing the CPU Install the CPU according to the following procedures and Figures 4-19, 4-20, 4-21 and 4-22. 1. Check that the triangle on the cam is in the unlock position. 2. Attach the CPU to the correct position in the CPU socket. Align the CPU with the CPU socket by using the triangle as a guide.

  • Page 166

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.12 CPU 3. Secure the CPU by rotating the cam 120 degrees to the right with a flat-blade screwdriver. NOTE: FOXCONN CPU socket will be 180 degrees to the left. Figure 4- Securing the CPU. 4--36 Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

  • Page 167: Display Mask

    4.13 Display Mask 4 Replacement Procedures 4.13 Display Mask Removing the Display Mask Disassemble the ODD drive according to the following procedures and Figure 4-23. 1. Peel off four seal tapes and remove four M2.5x5 black flat head screws securing the display mask.

  • Page 168

    oard 4 Replacement Procedures 4.14 FL Inverter B 4.14 FL Inverter Board (for CCFL panel) Removing the FL Inverter Board Remove the FL inverter board according to the following procedures and Figures 4-24. FL inverter board LCD FL cable HV cable Figure 4- Removing the FL inverter board 1.

  • Page 169: Fl Inverter Board

    4.14 FL Inverter Boa 4 Replacement Procedures Installing the FL Inverter Board Install the FL inverter board according to the following procedures and Figures 4-24. 1. Connect the LCD/FL cable to LCD/FL connector, and connect the HV cable to the HV connector.

  • Page 170: Lcd Module (ccfl Panel)

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.15 LCD Module (CCFL panel) 4.15 LCD Module (CCFL panel) NOTE: ICs are fragile. Use extreme care not to apply pressure to the ICs along the edges of the LCD module. NOTE: Dispose of used LCD panels (fluorescent (FL) tubes) as required by local ordinances or regulations.

  • Page 171

    4.15 LCD Module (CCFL panel) 4 Replacement Procedures Right LCD bracket M2 5x5 black flat head screw Left LCD bracket M2 5x5 black flat head screw LCD module M2 5x5 black flat head screw Figure 4-25 Removing the LCD module and screws LCD module LCD LF cable Figure 4-26 Removing the LCD module...

  • Page 172: Installing The Lcd Module

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.15 LCD Module (CCFL panel) Installing the LCD Module NOTE: LCD/FL cable must be carefully peeled away before disconnecting it from the module. Install the LCD module according to the following procedures and Figures 4-25, 4-26. 1. Turn the LCD upside down. 2.

  • Page 173: Led Module (led Panel)

    4.16 LED Module (LED panel) 4 Replacement Procedures 4.16 LED Module (LED panel) NOTE: ICs are fragile. Use extreme care not to apply pressure to the ICs along the edges of the LED module. NOTE: Dispose of used LED panels (fluorescent (FL) tubes) as required by local ordinances or regulations.

  • Page 174

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.16 LCD Module (LED panel) Right LCD bracket M2 5x5 black flat head screw Left LCD bracket M2 5x5 black flat head screw LCD module M2 5x5 black flat head screw Tape Figure 4-27 Removing the LED module and screws LED cable LED module Figure 4-28 Removing the LED module...

  • Page 175: Installing The Led Module

    4.16 LED Module (LED panel) 4 Replacement Procedures Installing the LED Module NOTE: LCD/FL cable must be carefully peeled away before disconnecting it from the module. Install the LED module according to the following procedures and Figures 4-27, 4-28. 1. Turn the LED upside down. 2.

  • Page 176: Ccd Board And Mic

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.17 CCD board and MIC 4.17 CCD Board and MIC Removing the CCD Board and MIC Remove the FL inverter board according to the following procedures and Figure 4-29. 1. Remove the CCD and MIC module from display rear cover. CCD and MIC module Figure 4-29 Removing the CCD board and MIC 2.

  • Page 177: Installing The Ccd Board And Mic

    4.117 CCD board and MIC 4 Replacement Procedures Installing the CCD Board and MIC Install the FL inverter board according to the following procedures and Figure 4-29. 1. Seat the CCD and MIC module in the correct position. Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual 4-47...

  • Page 178: Power Button Board

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.18 Power button board 4.18 Power Button Board Removing the Power Button Board Remove the Power Button Board according to the following procedures and Figures 4-30. 1. Remove two M2x2 black flat head screws. 2. Remove the Power button board. M2x2 black flat head screw Power board Figure 4-30 Removing the power button board...

  • Page 179: Installing The Power Button Board

    4.18 Power button board 4 Replacement Procedures Install the Power Button Board Install the Power Button Board and Switch Board according to the following procedures and Figures 4-30. 1. Seat the Power button board in the correct position. 3. Secure the Power button board with two M2x2 black flat head screws. Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual 4-49...

  • Page 180: Speakers

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.19 Speakers 4.19 Speakers Removing the Speakers Remove the Speakers according to the following procedures and Figure 4-31. 1. Remove two M2x3 black flat head step screw securing the left speaker. 2. Remove two M2x3 black flat head step screws securing the right speaker. 3.

  • Page 181: Installing The Speakers

    19 Speakers 4 Replacement Procedures Installing the Speakers Install the speakers according to the following procedures and Figure 4-31. 1. Seat the left and right speaker in the correct position. 2. Route the speaker cable in the wire guide. 3. Secure the left speaker with two M2x3 black flat head screws. 4.

  • Page 182: Touchpad Bracket

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.20 Touchpad bracket 4.20 Touchpad Bracket Removing the Touchpad Bracket Remove the Touchpad Bracket according to the following procedures and Figure 4-32. 1. Disconnect the touch pad flat cable. 2. Release two M2x3 black flat head screws securing the touchpad Bracket. Touch pad flat cable M2x3 black flat head screw Touch pad bracket...

  • Page 183: Installing The Touchpad Bracket

    4.20 Touchpad bracket 4 Replacement Procedures Installing the Touchpad bracket Install the button board according to the following procedures and Figure 4-32. 1. Seat the Touchpad bracket in the correct position. 2. Secure Touchpad bracket with the two M2x3 black flat head screws. Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual 4-53...

  • Page 184

    次 6000 1 Appendices...

  • Page 185: Appendix A Handling The Lcd Module

    Appendices Appendix Contents Appendix A Handling the LCD Module ................A-1 Appendix B Board Layout ....................B-1 System Board Front View ..................B-1 System Board Back View ..................B-2 Appendix C Keyboard Scan/Character Codes ............... C-1 Appendix D Key Layout ....................D-1 Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual App-ii...

  • Page 186: Appendix A Handling The Lcd Module

    Apx. A Handling the LCD Module Appendices Appendix A Appendix A Handling the LCD Module Precautions for handling the LCD module The LCD module can be easily damaged during assembly or disassembly. Observe the following precautions when handling the LCD module: 1.

  • Page 187

    Appendices Apx. A Handling the LCD Module 3. If the panel’s surface gets dirty, wipe it with cotton or a soft cloth. If it is still dirty, try breathing on the surface to create a light condensate and wipe it again. If the surface is very dirty, we recommend a CRT cleaning agent.

  • Page 188

    Apx. A Handling the LCD Module Appendices 5. Glass is used in the panel, so be careful not to drop it or let it strike a hard object, which could cause breakage or cracks. 6. CMOS-LSI circuits are used in the module, so guard against damage from electrostatic discharge.

  • Page 189

    Appendices Apx. A Handling the LCD Module 7. Do not expose the module to direct sunlight or strong ultraviolet rays for long periods. 8. Do not store the module at temperatures below specifications. Cold can cause the liquid crystals to freeze, lose their elasticity or otherwise suffer damage. Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

  • Page 190

    Apx. A Handling the LCD Module Appendices 9. Do not disassemble the LCD module. Disassembly can cause malfunctions. 10. If you transport the module, do not use packing material that contains epoxy resin (amine) or silicon glue (alcohol or oxide). These materials can release gas that can damage the panel’s polarization.

  • Page 191: Appendix B Board Layout

    Apx. B Board Layout Appendices Appendix B Appendix B Board Layout System Board Front View Figure B-1 Board Layout (Front) Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

  • Page 192: System Board Back View

    Appendices Apx. B Board Layout System Board Back View Figure B-2 Board Layout (Back) Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

  • Page 193: Appendix C Keyboard Scan/character Codes

    Apx. C Keyboard Scan/Character Codes Appendices Apx. C Keyboard Scan/Character Codes Appendix C Keyboard Scan/Character Codes Table C-1 Scan Codes (set 1 and set 2) (1/4) Code set 1 Code set 2 Note Keytop Make Break Make Break ‘ ~ 7 &...

  • Page 194

    Appendices Apx. D Keyboard Scan/Character Codes Table C-1 Scan Codes (set 1 and set 2) (2/4) Code set 1 Code set 2 Note Keytop Make Break Make Break Caps Lock ‘ “ Enter Shift (L) No.102 , < . > Shift (R) Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

  • Page 195

    Apx. C Keyboard Scan/Character Codes Appendices Table C-1 Scan Codes (set 1 and set 2) (3/4) Code set 1 Code set 2 Note Keytop Make Break Make Break Ctrl Alt (L) Space ALT (R) ← Home ↑ ↓ PgUp PgDn →...

  • Page 196

    Appendices Apx. D Keyboard Scan/Character Codes Table C-1 Scan Codes (set 1 and set 2) (4/4) Code set 1 Code set 2 Note Keytop Make Break Make Break PrintSc *6 Pause — — — — Kat/Hir Notes: 1. * Scan codes differ by mode. 2.

  • Page 197

    Apx. C Keyboard Scan/Character Codes Appendices Table C-2 Scan Codes with left Shift key Code set 1 Code set 2 Make Break Make Break ← Home ↑ ↓ PgUp PgDn → Note : The table above shows scan codes with the left Shift key. In combination with the right Shift key, scan codes are changed as listed below: With left Shift With right Shift...

  • Page 198

    Appendices Apx. D Keyboard Scan/Character Codes Table C-3 Scan Codes in Numlock mode Code set 1 Code set 2 Make Break Make Break ← Home ↑ ↓ PgUp PgDn → Table C-4 Scan Codes with Fn key Code set 1 Code set 2 Keytop Make...

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    Apx. C Keyboard Scan/Character Codes Appendices Table C-5 Scan Codes in overlay mode Keytop Code set 1 Code set 2 Make Break Make Break (–) Table C-6 No.124 key scan code Shift Code set 1 Code set 2 Make Break Make Break Prt Sc...

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    Appendices Apx. D Keyboard Scan/Character Codes Table C-7 No.126 key scan code Shift Code set 1 Code set 2 Make Make Pause Common* E1 1D E1 F0 Ctrl* E0 46 7E E0 F0 *: This key generates only make codes. Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

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    Apx. D Key Layout Appendices Apx. D Key Layout Appendix D Key Layout D.1 United States (US) Keyboard Figure D-1 US keyboard D.2 Taiwan (TW) Keyboard Figure D-2 TW keyboard Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

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    Appendices Apx. D Key Layout D.3 Thai (TH) Keyboard Figure D-3 TH keyboard D.4 Russian (RU) Keyboard Figure D-4 RU keyboard Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

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    Apx. D Key Layout Appendices D.5 Hebrew (HE) Keyboard Figure D-5 HE keyboard D.6 Korean (KR) Keyboard Figure D-6 KR keyboard Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

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    Appendices Apx. D Key Layout D.7 UK-English (UK) Keyboard Figure D-7 UK keyboard D.8 DU, UE, US International (USE) Keyboard Figure D-8 USE keyboard Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

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    Apx. D Key Layout Appendices D.9 Danish (DK) Keyboard Figure D-9 DK keyboard D.10 Swiss/Switzerland (SL) Keyboard Figure D-10 SL keyboard Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

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    Appendices Apx. D Key Layout D.11 Arabic (AR) Keyboard Figure D-11 AR keyboard D.12 Czech (CZ) Keyboard Figure D-12 CZ keyboard Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

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    Apx. D Key Layout Appendices D.13 Portuguese (PT) Keyboard Figure D-13 PT keyboard D.14 Slovakian (SK) Keyboard Figure D-14 SK keyboard Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

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    Appendices Apx. D Key Layout D.15 Italian (IT) Keyboard Figure D-15 IT keyboard D.16 French (FR) Keyboard Figure D-16 FR keyboard Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

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    Apx. D Key Layout Appendices D.17 German (GR) Keyboard Figure D-17 GR keyboard D.18 Greek (GK) Keyboard Figure D-18 GK keyboard Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

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    Appendices Apx. D Key Layout D.19 Hungary (HU) Keyboard Figure D-19 HU keyboard D.20 Spanish (SP) Keyboard Figure D-20 SP keyboard D-10 Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

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    Apx. D Key Layout Appendices D.21 Turkey (TR) Keyboard Figure D-21 TR keyboard D.22 Turkish F (TF) Keyboard Figure D-22 TF keyboard Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual D-11...

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    Appendices Apx. D Key Layout D.23 Swedish (SW) Keyboard Figure D-23 SW keyboard D.24 Belgian (BE) Keyboard Figure D-24 BE keyboard D-12 Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

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    Apx. D Key Layout Appendices D.25 Yugoslavia (YU) Keyboard Figure D-25 YU keyboard D.26 Norwegian (NO) Keyboard Figure D-26 NO keyboard Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual D-13...

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    Appendices Apx. D Key Layout D.27 Scandinavian (N5) Keyboard Figure D-27 N5 keyboard D.28 Canadian Bilingual (CB) Keyboard Figure D-28 CB keyboard D-14 Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

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    Apx. D Key Layout Appendices D.29 Romania (RO) Keyboard Figure D-29 RO keyboard D.30 Bulgaria (BU) Keyboard Figure D-30 BU keyboard Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual D-15...

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    Appendices Apx. D Key Layout D.31 Japan (JP) Keyboard Figure D-31 JP keyboard D-16 Satellite/Satellite Pro/C650D/C655D Maintenance Manual...

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