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Toshiba Personal Computer
Satellite P200D/ P205D
Maintenance Manual
TOSHIBA CORPORATION
[CONFIDENTIAL]

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  • Page 1 Toshiba Personal Computer Satellite P200D/ P205D Maintenance Manual TOSHIBA CORPORATION [CONFIDENTIAL]...
  • Page 2 © 2007 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.
  • Page 3 Preface This maintenance manual describes how to perform hardware service maintenance for the Toshiba Personal Computer Satellite P200D/ P205D, referred to as the M100 Series in this manual. The procedures described in this manual are intended to help service technicians isolate faulty Field Replaceable Units (FRUs) and replace them in the field.
  • Page 4 The manual is divided into the following parts: Chapter 1 Hardware Overview describes the M100 Series 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.
  • Page 5 Some operations require you to simultaneously use two or more keys. We identify such operations by the key top symbols separated by a plus (+) sign. For example, Ctrl + Pause (Break) means you must hold down Ctrl and at the same time press Pause (Break). If three keys are used, hold down the first two and at the same time press the third.
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Chapter 1 Hardware Overview Features ..........................1-1 System Unit ........................1-5 2.5-inch Hard Disk Drive ....................1-6 Optical Disc Device ......................1-8 Power Supply .........................1-10 Batteries..........................1-12 Chapter 2 Troubleshooting Procedures Troubleshooting Introduction...................2-3 Troubleshooting Flowchart ..........2-Error! Bookmark not defined. Power Supply Troubleshooting ..................2-9 Display Troubleshooting ........……….2-Error! Bookmark not defined.
  • Page 7 2.19 CRT failure Troubleshooting ………………………………………………….……..2-46 2.20 HDMI Troubleshooting …………………………………………………….……….…2- 2.21 Robson Troubleshooting ……………………………………………………….……...2-50 2.22 MIC Troubleshooting ………………………………………………………………..2-52 2.23 Finger Troubleshooting ……………………………………………………………..…2-54 Chapter 3 Tests and Diagnostics The Diagnostic Test ............Error! Bookmark not defined. Executing the Diagnostic Test ...........Error! Bookmark not defined. Display Configuration ............Error! Bookmark not defined.
  • Page 8 3.24 HDD Test........................3-37 3.25 HDD Test………………………….………………………..…………….………..3-40 3.26 Button Test ……………….………………………..…………….…………………..3-43 Chapter 4 Replacement Procedures General ................Error! Bookmark not defined. Battery Error! Bookmark not defined. PC Card ................Error! Bookmark not defined. Memory Card ..............Error! Bookmark not defined. HDD Error! Bookmark not defined. Expansion Memory ............
  • Page 9 4.27 LCD Module ..............Error! Bookmark not defined. 4.28 Camera and Microphone............Error! Bookmark not defined. [CONFIDENTIAL] Satellite P200D/P205D Series Maintenance Manual...
  • Page 10 Appendices Appendix A Handling the LCD Module..................A-1 Appendix B Board Layout....................... B-1 Appendix C Pin Assignments ....................C-1 Appendix D Keyboard Scan/Character Codes.................D-1 Appendix E Key Layout ......................E-1 Appendix F Series Screw Torque List ..................F-1 Appendix G Reliability ......................G-1 [CONFIDENTIAL] Satellite P200D/P205D Series Maintenance Manual...
  • Page 11: Chapter 1 Hardware Overview

    Chapter 1 Hardware Overview [CONFIDENTIAL]...
  • Page 12 1 Hardware Overview Satellite P200D/P205D Series Maintenance Manual 1-ii...
  • Page 13 1 Hardware Overview Chapter 1 Contents Features ........................1-1 System Unit........................ 1-5 2.5-inch Hard Disk Drive................... 1-6 Optical Disc Device ....................1-8 Power Supply ......................1-10 Batteries ........................1-12 Satellite P200D/P205D Series Maintenance Manual 1-iii...
  • Page 14 1 Hardware Overview Figures Figure 1-1 2.5-inch HDD ....................1-6 Tables Table 1-1 2.5-inch HDD specifications ................. 1-6 Table 1-1 2.5-inch HDD specifications (Continued)............. 1-7 Table 1-2 DVD Super Multi Double Layer drive specifications........1-8 Table 1-3 HD DVD-ROM drive specifications............. 1-9 Table 1-3 Battery specifications ..................
  • Page 15: Features

    1.1 Features 1 Hardware Overview Features The Orlando 10A/10AG (Satellite P200D/ P205D)Series Personal Computer uses extensive Large Scale Integration (LSI), and Complementary Metal-Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS) technology extensively to provide compact size, minimum weight and high reliability. This computer incorporates the following features and benefits: •...
  • Page 16 1 Hardware Overview 1.1 Features • 6 cells of Li-Ion 18650 size, smart battery pack with 4000mAH x 10.8V (43.2W) • 9 cells of Li-Ion 18650 size, smart battery pack with 6000mAH x 10.8V (64.8W) • Approximately 12 hours or longer charging time to 100% battery capacity with system switched on.
  • Page 17 1.1 Features 1 Hardware Overview • One Line-in jack • One SPDIF out jack • HDMI for 10AG • CIR (BTO) • Digital/Rotary volume control • Wireless communication switch(BTO) • One DC-in jack • One RJ-11 jack for 56kbps V.92 modem •...
  • Page 18 1 Hardware Overview 1.1 Features Switches • Power button • Two programmable launch buttons • Four control buttons for CD playing • Wireless communication switch Security • Fingerprint authentication AC Adapter • Universal AC adapter module • Liteon & Delta 75W, 90W,120W adapters •...
  • Page 19: System Unit

    1.2 System Unit 1 Hardware Overview System Unit The system unit is composed of the following major components: Processor • AMD Turion 64 Dual Core TL-50/ TL-52/ TL-53/ TL-56/ TL-58/ TL-60/ TL- 64/ TL-66 • AMD Sempron Single Core 3400+/ 3500+/ 3600+/ 3800+ System Logic •...
  • Page 20: Inch Hard Disk Drive

    (GB) Logical Blocks 117,210,240 156,301,488 195,371,568 234,441,648 (LBA) Rotational 5400 5400 5400 5400 speed (rpm) Toshiba HDD Buffer (MB) Hitachi HDD Buffer (MB) Fujitsu HDD Buffer (MB) Bytes per sector Table 1-1 2.5-inch HDD specifications Satellite P200D/P205D Series Maintenance Manual...
  • Page 21: Inch Hdd Specifications (continued)

    Logical Blocks 312,581,808 390,720,968 488,397,168 586,072,368 (LBA) Rotational 5400/4200 4200 4200 4200 speed (rpm) Toshiba HDD Buffer (MB) Hitachi HDD Buffer (MB) Fujitsu HDD Buffer (MB) Bytes per sector Table 1-1 2.5-inch HDD specifications (Continued) Satellite P200D/P205D Series Maintenance Manual...
  • Page 22: Optical Disc Device

    1 Hardware Overview 1.4 Optical Disc Device Optical Disc Device 1.4.1 DVD Super Multi Double Layer The DVD Super Multi drive accepts 12-cm (4.72-inch) and 8-cm (3.15-inch) discs. At maximum, the drive can play back a DVD at 8x speed, read CD-ROM at 24x speed, write CD-R at 24x speed and 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 4x speed, DVD-R (Double Layer) at 4x speed, DVD+RW at 8x speed and...
  • Page 23: Hd Dvd-rom Drive Specifications

    1.4 Optical Disc Device 1 Hardware Overview 1.4.2 HD DVD-ROM The HD DVD drive accepts 12-cm (4.72-inch) and 8-cm (3.15-inch) discs. At maximum, HD DVD-ROM reads HD DVD-ROMs at maximum 1x speed DVD-ROMs at maximum 8x speed and CD-ROMs at maximum 24x speed. It writes CD-R at up to 16x speed, CD-RW at up to 10x speed, DVD-R at maximum4x speed, DVD-RW at maximum 6x speed, DVD+RW at maximum 4x speed, DVD+R at maximum 4x speed, DVD+R (double layer) at maximum 2.4x speed, DVD-R (dual layer) at maximum 2x speed and DVD-RAM at maximum 3x speed.
  • Page 24: Power Supply

    1 Hardware Overview 1.5 Power Supply Power Supply This specification defines the performance and characteristics of the 75W, 90W, and 120W AC adapter power supply. It supplies a constant voltage 19V output source for the Orlando 10A/10AG (Satellite P200D/ P205D Series Personal Computer. A/D conversion •...
  • Page 25 1.5 Power Supply 1 Hardware Overview Battery charging control • The EC controls the following. – The quick charging ON/OFF – The detection of full charge Detection of the low battery • The EC detects the low battery point by the gas gauge. –...
  • Page 26: Batteries

    1 Hardware Overview 1.6 Batteries Batteries The computer has two types of battery: Main battery pack (18650 size) RTC battery The removable main battery pack is the computer’s main power source when the AC adapter is not attached. The battery specifications are listed in the table below. Battery name Material Output voltage...
  • Page 27 1.6 Batteries 1 Hardware Overview 1.6.1 Main Battery Battery charging is controlled by a power supply microprocessor that is mounted on the system board. The power supply microprocessor controls whether the charge is on or off and detects a full charge when the AC adapter and battery are attached to the computer. The system charges the battery using quick charge or trickle charge.
  • Page 28 1 Hardware Overview 1.6 Batteries 1.6.2 RTC battery The RTC battery provides power to keep the current date, time and other setup information in memory while the computer is turned off. The table below lists the charging time and data preservation period of the RTC battery.
  • Page 29: Troubleshooting Procedures

    Chapter 2 Troubleshooting Procedures...
  • Page 31 2 Troubleshooting Procedures Chapter 2 Contents Troubleshooting Introduction ..................3 Troubleshooting Flowchart....................4 Power Supply Troubleshooting..................9 Display Troubleshooting.................……….14 Keyboard Troubleshooting ..................17 External USB Devices Troubleshooting..............19 TV-Out Failure Troubleshooting .................21 TouchPad Troubleshooting..................23 Speaker Troubleshooting .....................25 2.10 Optical drive troubleshooting ..................27 2.11 Modem Troubleshooting …………………………………………………………….30 2.12 Express card Troubleshooting..................32 2.13...
  • Page 32 2 Troubleshooting Procedures Figures Figure 2-1 Troubleshooting flowchart (1/2) ............... 5 Figure 2-1 Troubleshooting flowchart (2/2) ............... 6 Figure 2-2 Power Supply Troubleshooting Process............9 Figure 2-3 Display troubleshooting process ..............14 Figure 2-4 Keyboard troubleshooting process ..............17 Figure 2-5 External USB device troubleshooting process ..........
  • Page 33: Troubleshooting Introduction

    2 Troubleshooting Procedures Troubleshooting Introduction Chapter 2 describes how to determine if a Field Replaceable Unit (FRU) in the computer is causing the computer to malfunction. The FRUs covered are: 1. Display 7. Speaker 13. Camera 2. USB Floppy Drive 8.
  • Page 34: Troubleshooting Flowchart

    Ask the user if a password is registered and, if it is, ask him or her to enter the password. Verify with the customer that Toshiba Windows Vista is installed on the hard disk. Operating systems that were not preinstalled by Toshiba can cause the computer to malfunction.
  • Page 35 2 Troubleshooting Procedures S T A R T C o n n e c t th e A C a d a p te r to th e D C -IN so c k e t P e rfo rm th e P o w e r S u p p ly T ro u b le sh o o tin g p ro c e d u re s Is th e D C -IN L E D o n ? in se c tio n 2 .3...
  • Page 36 2 Troubleshooting Procedures Perform the Keyboard Does typed characters appear correctly? Troubleshooting procedures in section 2.6 Insert the diagnostics disk into the FDD. Then run the diagnostics test program. Perform the FDD Is the diagnostics test loaded? Troubleshooting procedures in section 2.5 Allow each test to perform automatically After confirming which...
  • Page 37 2 Troubleshooting Procedures If the diagnostics program cannot detect an error, the problem may be intermittent. The test program should be executed several times to isolate the problem. When a problem has been located, perform the appropriate troubleshooting procedures as follows: 1.
  • Page 38 2 Troubleshooting Procedures Other problems that are not covered by the diagnostics program may be discovered by a user. 1. If an error is detected when using an external USB device, perform the External USB Devices Troubleshooting procedures in Section 2.5 2.
  • Page 39: Power Supply Troubleshooting

    2 Troubleshooting Procedures Power Supply Troubleshooting ST A R T C heck P ower Supply Status (P rocedure 1) A re the D C -IN and R eplace adaptor / battery B attery LE D s lit? (P rocedure 2) Y es C heck power supply connections...
  • Page 40 2 Troubleshooting Procedures as instructed. The flowchart in Figure 2-2 gives a summary of the process. The procedures described in this section are: Procedure 1: Power status check Procedure 2: Adaptor / battery replacement Procedure 3: Power supply connection check Procedure 4: Diagnostic check Procedure 5: Internal connection check Procedure 1...
  • Page 41 2 Troubleshooting Procedures Table 2-2 DC-IN LED AC-IN LED Power supply status Solid on AC power exists (LED is solid Blue). No AC power exists. To check the power supply status, install a battery pack and connect an AC adaptor to the DC-IN port on the computer and to a power supply.
  • Page 42 2 Troubleshooting Procedures Procedure 3 Power supply connection check The power supply wiring diagram is shown below: AC adaptor cord AC power cord System Battery adaptor board Any of the connectors may be disconnected. Perform Check 1. Check 1 Disconnect the AC power cord from wall outlet. Check the power cable for breaks.
  • Page 43 2 Troubleshooting Procedures Procedure 4 Diagnostic check The power supply may not charge the battery pack. Perform the following procedures: 1. Reinstall the battery pack. 2. Attach the AC adaptor and turn on the power. If you cannot turn on the power, go to Procedure 5.
  • Page 44: Display Troubleshooting

    2 Troubleshooting Procedures Display Troubleshooting S T A R T P e r fo r m e x te r n a l d is p la y c h e c k (P r o c e d u re 1 ) D o e s th e e x te r n a l d is p la y f u n c tio n o k ? P e r fo r m d ia g n o s tic c h e c k...
  • Page 45 2 Troubleshooting Procedures This section describes how to determine if the computer’s display is functioning properly. The process is outlined in Figure 2-3. Start with Procedure 1 and continue with the other procedures as instructed. Procedure 1: External display check Procedure 2: Diagnostic check Procedure 3: Connector and replacement check Procedure 1...
  • Page 46 2 Troubleshooting Procedures Procedure 3 Connector and replacement check The FL inverter board, LCD module, and system board are connected to the display circuits. Any of these components may be damaged. Refer to Chapter 4, Replacement Procedures, for instructions on how to disassemble the computer and then perform the following checks: Check 1 Make sure the DDR RAM module is seated properly.
  • Page 47: Keyboard Troubleshooting

    2 Troubleshooting Procedures Keyboard Troubleshooting S T A R T P e r f o r m e x te r n a l k e y b o a r d c h e c k ( P r o c e d u r e 1 ) D o e s th e e x te r n a l k e y b o a r d f u n c tio n o k ? Y es...
  • Page 48 2 Troubleshooting Procedures To determine if the computer’s keyboard is functioning properly, perform the following procedures. Figure 2-5 outlines the process. Start with Procedure 1 and continue with the other procedures as instructed. Procedure 1: External keyboard check Procedure 2: Diagnostic check Procedure 3: Connector and replacement check Procedure 1 External keyboard check...
  • Page 49: External Usb Devices Troubleshooting

    2 Troubleshooting Procedures 2.6 External USB Devices Troubleshooting S T A R T P e r f o r m e x te r n a l d e v ic e a n d c o n n e c tio n c h e c k ( P r o c e d u r e 1 ) C h e c k U S B D o e s th e d e v ic e f u n c tio n...
  • Page 50 2 Troubleshooting Procedures To determine if the computer’s external USB devices are functioning properly, perform the following procedures. Figure 2-6 outlines the process. Start with Procedure 1 and continue as instructed. Procedure 1: External device and connection check Procedure 2: Replace system board Procedure 1 External device and connection check The USB device may be damaged or the connection may be faulty.
  • Page 51: Tv-out Failure Troubleshooting

    2 Troubleshooting Procedures TV-Out Failure Troubleshooting S T A R T P e rfo rm T V c o n n e c tio n c h e c k (P r o c e d u re 1 ) D o e s re p la c e m e n t T V c a b le R e p la c e T V f u n c tio n p ro p e rly ?
  • Page 52 2 Troubleshooting Procedures To determine if the computer’s TV-out port is functioning properly, perform the following procedures. Figure 2-7 outlines the process. Start with Procedure 1 and continue as instructed. Procedure 1: TV connection check Procedure 2: TV set check Procedure 1 TV connection check The TV cable may be damaged or the connections may be loose.
  • Page 53: Touchpad Troubleshooting

    2 Troubleshooting Procedures TouchPad Troubleshooting START TouchPad connection check (Procedure 1) TouchPad replacement check (Procedure 2) Replace system board Figure 2-7 Touchpad troubleshooting process Satellite P200D / P205D Satellite Pro P200D EQUIUM P200D SATEGO P200D Series Maintenance Manual...
  • Page 54 2 Troubleshooting Procedures To determine if the computer’s built-in TouchPad is functioning properly, perform the following procedures. Figure 2-9 outlines the process. Start with Procedure 1 and continue as instructed. Procedure 1: TouchPad connection check Procedure 2: TouchPad replacement check Procedure 1 TouchPad connection check The TouchPad is connected via the TouchPad FPC to the system board.
  • Page 55: Speaker Troubleshooting

    2 Troubleshooting Procedures Speaker Troubleshooting START Perform audio source test (Procedure 1) Speakers are not Do all sources have faulty. Continue same problem? troubleshooting - see Figure 2-1 Perform earphone test (Procedure 2) Do earphones function correctly? Perform connection check (Procedure 3) Perform replacement check...
  • Page 56 2 Troubleshooting Procedures To determine if the computer’s built-in speakers are functioning properly, perform the following procedures. Figure 2-10 outlines the process. First adjust the speaker volume to an appropriate level. Start with Procedure 1 and continue as instructed. Procedure 1: Audio source test Procedure 2: Earphone test Procedure 3: Connection check Procedure 4: Replacement check...
  • Page 57: Optical Drive Troubleshooting

    2 Troubleshooting Procedures 2.10 Optical Drive Troubleshooting START Perform audio CD check (Procedure 1) Perform drive- cleaning check Audio CD functions ok? (Procedure 2) Perform software check (Procedure 3) Perform diagnostic test (Procedure 4) Perform connection and replacement check (Procedure 5) Replace system board Figure 2-9 Optical drive troubleshooting process This section describes how to determine if the computer’s internal optical drive is functioning...
  • Page 58 2 Troubleshooting Procedures P200D Series Maintenance Manual module bays can accommodate the following optical drives: DVD SuperMulti supporting +-R Double Rayer Figure 2-11 outlines the process. Perform the steps below starting with Procedure 1 and continue with the other procedures as required. Procedure 1: Audio CD test Procedure 2: Drive cleaning check Procedure 3: Software check...
  • Page 59 2 Troubleshooting Procedures Procedure 5 Connection check and replacement check The optical drive connects to the system board. The drive may be disconnected, or the drive or system board may be damaged. Disassemble the computer following the steps described in Chapter 4, Replacement Procedures, and perform the following checks: Check 1 Make sure the drive is firmly connected to the system board.
  • Page 60: Modem Troubleshooting

    2 Troubleshooting Procedures 2.11 Modem Troubleshooting START Perform telephone line connection check (Procedure 1) Check / replace Computer unable to telephone line and detect telephone signal? connections Perform connection check (Procedure 2) Perform replacement check (Procedure 3) Replace system board Figure 2-10 Modem troubleshooting process Satellite P200D / P205D Satellite Pro P200D EQUIUM P200D SATEGO P200D Series Maintenance Manual...
  • Page 61 2 Troubleshooting Procedures This section describes how to determine if the computer's modem is functioning properly. Figure 2-12 outlines the process. Perform the steps below starting with Procedure 1 and continuing with the other procedures as required. Procedure 1: Telephone line connection check Procedure 2: Modem card connection check Procedure 3: Modem card replacement check Procedure 1...
  • Page 62: Express Card Troubleshooting

    2 Troubleshooting Procedures 2.12 Express card Troubleshooting S T A R T P e rfo rm E x p re ss c a rd te st (P ro c e d u re 1 ) D o e rro rs o c c u r d u rin g E x p re ss c a rd u n it E x p re ss c a rd te st? is n o t fa u lty .
  • Page 63 2 Troubleshooting Procedures This section describes how to determine if the Express card player is functioning properly. The process is summarized in Figure 2-13. Perform the steps below starting with Procedure 1 and continuing with the other procedures as required. Procedure 1: Express card test Procedure 2: Express card socket replacement check Procedure 1...
  • Page 64: Ieee 1394 Troubleshooting

    2 Troubleshooting Procedures 2.13 IEEE 1394 Troubleshooting START Perform IEEE 1394 device check (Procedure 1) Is IEEE 1394 transmission ok? Perform diagnostic check (Procedure 2) IEEE 1394 port and transmission are not Was an IEEE 1394 problem detected? faulty. Continue troubleshooting - refer to Figure 2.1 Perform connection and replacement check...
  • Page 65 2 Troubleshooting Procedures Procedure 1: IEEE 1394 device check Procedure 2: Diagnostic check Procedure 3: Connection and replacement check Procedure 1 IEEE 1394 device check Connect an IEEE 1394 device to the computer’s IEEE 1394 port, then boot the computer for Windows Vista.
  • Page 66: Wireless Lan Troubleshooting

    2 Troubleshooting Procedures 2.14 Wireless LAN Troubleshooting START Perform diagnostic test (Procedure 1) Wireless LAN system is not faulty. Continue Was a wireless LAN problem delected? troubleshooting - refer to Figure 2.1 Perform connector and replacement check (Procedure 2) Replace wireless LAN antenna/unit Replace system board Figure 2-13 Wireless LAN troubleshooting process The wireless LAN antenna wire, wireless LAN unit or system board may each be the source...
  • Page 67 2 Troubleshooting Procedures computer’s wireless LAN system is functioning properly, perform the following procedures. Figure 2-15 outlines the process. Start with Procedure 1 and continue with the other procedures as instructed. Procedure 1: Diagnostic test Procedure 2: Connector and replacement check Procedure 1 Diagnostic test Run the Diagnostic Program, which will automatically execute the wireless LAN test.
  • Page 68: Camera Troubleshooting

    2 Troubleshooting Procedures 2.15 Camera Troubleshooting Figure 2-14 Camera troubleshooting process The Camera board or system board may be the reason of a Camera fault. Either of these two components may be damaged. To determine if the computer’s Camera is functioning Satellite P200D / P205D Satellite Pro P200D EQUIUM P200D SATEGO P200D Series Maintenance Manual...
  • Page 69 2 Troubleshooting Procedures properly, perform the following procedures. Figure 2-14 outlines the process. Start with Procedure 1 and continue with the other procedures as instructed. Procedure 1: Diagnostic test Procedure 2: Connector and replacement check Procedure 1 Diagnostic test Run the functioning Program in windows, which will display the Camera test result. If tests and diagnostics result abnormal go to Procedure 2.
  • Page 70: Bluetooth Troubleshooting

    2 Troubleshooting Procedures 2.16 Bluetooth Troubleshooting S TART P re form dia gnos tic te s t (P roce dure 1) Blue tooth is not fa ulty. Wa s a Blue tooth proble m Continue trouble s hooting-re fe r de te ct? to Figure 2.1 P e rform conne ctor a nd...
  • Page 71 2 Troubleshooting Procedures The Bluetooth antenna wire, Bluetooth module or system board may be the reason of a Bluetooth fault. Any of these components may be damaged. To determine if the computer’s Bluetooth is functioning properly, perform the following procedures. Figure 2-16 outlines the process.
  • Page 72: In 1 Card Troubleshooting

    2 Troubleshooting Procedures 2.17 4in 1 card Troubleshooting START Perform 4 in 1 CARD test (Procedure 1) Do errors occur during 4 4 IN 1 unit is not IN 1 CARD test? faulty. Perform 4 IN 1 card socket replacement check (Procedure 2) Replace system board Figure 2-16 4 in 1 card troubleshooting process...
  • Page 73 2 Troubleshooting Procedures Procedure 1: 5 in 1 card test Procedure 2: Express socket replacement check Procedure 1 4 in 1 card test The 4 in 1 Card test card contains a 4 in 1 card test program. Ensure the card in fully inserted into the socket before running the program.
  • Page 74: Hdd Troubleshooting

    2 Troubleshooting Procedures 2.18 HDD Troubleshooting Figure 2-17 HDD troubleshooting process Satellite P200D / P205D Satellite Pro P200D EQUIUM P200D SATEGO P200D Series Maintenance Manual...
  • Page 75 2 Troubleshooting Procedures The HDD or system board may be the reason of a HDD fault. Either of these two components may be damaged. To determine if the computer’s HDD is functioning properly, perform the following procedures. Figure 2-15 outlines the process. Start with Procedure 1 and continue with the other procedures as instructed.
  • Page 76: Crt Failure Troubleshooting

    2 Troubleshooting Procedures 2.19 CRT Troubleshooting S T A R T P e r f o r m C R T c o n n e c t i o n c h e c k ( P r o c e d u r e 1 ) D o e s r e p l a c e m e n t R e p l a c e C R T C R T c a b l e...
  • Page 77 2 Troubleshooting Procedures Procedure 1: CRT connection check Procedure 2: CRT set check Procedure 1 CRT connection check The CRT cable may be damaged or the connections may be loose. Perform Check 1: Check 1 Make sure CRT cable is firmly plugged into both the CRT set and the CRT port of the computer.
  • Page 78: Hdmi Troubleshooting

    2 Troubleshooting Procedures 2.20 HDMI Troubleshooting S T A R T P e rfo rm H D M I c o n n e c tio n c h e c k (P ro c e d u re 1 ) D o e s re p la c e m e n t H D M I R e p la c e H D M I c a b le...
  • Page 79 2 Troubleshooting Procedures Procedure 1: HDMI connection check Procedure 2: HDMI set check Procedure 1 HDMI connection check The CRT cable may be damaged or the connections may be loose. Perform Check 1: Check 1 Make sure HDMI cable is firmly plugged into both the CRT set and the CRT port of the computer.
  • Page 80: Spdif Troubleshooting

    2 Troubleshooting Procedures 2.21. SPDIF troubleshooting Figure 2-20 SPDIF troubleshooting process Satellite P200D / P205D Satellite Pro P200D EQUIUM P200D SATEGO P200D Series Maintenance Manual...
  • Page 81 2 Troubleshooting Procedures The system board may be the reason of a SPDIF fault. The connector of system board may be damaged. To determine if the computer’s SPDIF is functioning properly, perform the following procedures. Figure 2-14 outlines the process. Start with Procedure 1 and continue with the other procedures as instructed.
  • Page 82: Mic Troubleshooting

    2 Troubleshooting Procedures 2.22. MIC Troubleshooting Figure 2.21. MIC troubleshooting process Satellite P200D / P205D Satellite Pro P200D EQUIUM P200D SATEGO P200D Series Maintenance Manual...
  • Page 83 2 Troubleshooting Procedures The MIC line or system board may be the reason of a MIC fault. Either of these two components may be damaged. To determine if the computer’s MIC is functioning properly, perform the following procedures. Figure 2-14 outlines the process. Start with Procedure 1 and continue with the other procedures as instructed.
  • Page 84: Finger Printer Troubleshooting

    2 Troubleshooting Procedures 2.23 Finger printer troubleshooting Figure 2-22 Finger printer troubleshooting process The Finger printer board or system board may be the reason of a finger printer fault. Either of these two components may be damaged. To determine if the computer’s Finger printer is Satellite P200D / P205D Satellite Pro P200D EQUIUM P200D SATEGO P200D Series Maintenance Manual...
  • Page 85 2 Troubleshooting Procedures functioning properly, perform the following procedures. Figure 2-14 outlines the process. Start with Procedure 1 and continue with the other procedures as instructed. Procedure 1: Diagnostic test Procedure 2: Connector and replacement check Procedure 1 Diagnostic test Run the Diagnostic Program, which will automatically execute the Finger printer test.
  • Page 86: Chapter 3 Tests And Diagnostics

    3. Tests and Diagnostics Chapter 3 Tests and Diagnostics...
  • Page 87 3. Tests and Diagnostics Contents The Diagnostic Test ......................3 Executing the Diagnostic Test..................... 4 Display Configuration ......................8 Speaker Audio Test ......................9 Fan ON/OFF Test......................10 Main Battery Charge Test ....................11 FDD Test ........................…12 ODD Test .......................... 13 Keyboard Test ........................
  • Page 88: The Diagnostic Test

    3. Tests and Diagnostics 3.1 The Diagnostic Test This chapter explains how to use the Test & Diagnostic program to test the functions of the (Base on Orlando 10A/10AG T&D version 1.0) hardware modules. The Test & Diagnostic Program is stored on the T&D diskettes. The program consists of a series of tests that run automatically when the Diagnostics Program items are selected and executed.
  • Page 89: Executing The Diagnostic Test

    3. Tests and Diagnostics 3.2 Executing the Diagnostic Test DOS is required to run the DIAGNOSTICS PROGRAM. To start the DIAGNOSTIC PROGRAM, follow these steps: 1. Insert the diagnostics diskette #1 in the floppy disk drive and turn on the computer. (The diagnostics diskette contains the DOS boot files.) And then follow the instructions to swap with the diagnostics diskette #2 for T&D program installed in RAM driver.
  • Page 90 3. Tests and Diagnostics The below display will show up at the beginning of T&D program If the test result passes, the following display will show up:...
  • Page 91 3. Tests and Diagnostics If an error is detected and a test fails, the following message displays: Then press any key for next actions – the below display presented if copying test log file onto diskette is necessary. This action will be executed when “Y” key pressed. It will skip this process if “N”...
  • Page 92 3. Tests and Diagnostics And then it will check if it’s necessary to leave this program. Program will quit when “Y” key pressed and it will go back main menu for next test if “N” key pressed.
  • Page 93: Display Configuration

    3. Tests and Diagnostics Display Configuration This Item will show the unit configuration. It includes: CPU type (Single/Dual Yunah; Cache ; CPU speed ;CPU FSB) DDRAM SIZE ODD TYPE ((DVD-SuperMulti; COMBO; …) Panel ID HDD type & capacity (Vendor ID. Model .Firmware) VRAM size / VGA CHIP TYPE Battery cell (6cell;9cell;12cell) Wireless type...
  • Page 94: Speaker Audio Test

    3 Tests and Diagnostics 3.4 Speaker Audio Test The speaker audio test allows the user to aurally confirm the speaker functions. And check both speakers if they are OK within 3 times “Beep” sound generated. NOTE: Remember to tune up the volume as “Maximum” before this test starts. The screen should display as below, indicating whether the test is passed or failed after the question.
  • Page 95: Fan On/off Test

    3. Tests and Diagnostics 3.5 Fan ON/OFF Test The fan test allows the user to test aurally whether the fan is working. And follow the below procedures for this test: The computer will let the fan be “ON” after any key pressed. Feel the wind or listen the rotating sound to check whether the fan is working or not.
  • Page 96: Main Battery Charge Test

    3. Tests and Diagnostics 3.6 Main Battery Charge Test NOTE: The AC adaptor (90W, 19V) should be connected to successfully run this test. This test shows and measures the main battery: Battery type (Lion) Manufacturer (Sanyo/Panasonic/Sony) Remain charge capacity (0 ~ 100%) Charge function (PASS/FAIL) - “Battery Is Full”...
  • Page 97: Fdd Test

    3 Tests and Diagnostics 3. 7 FDD Test NOTE: Before running the FDD test, prepare a formatted work diskette (1.44 MB). Remove the diagnostics diskette and insert the work diskette into the FDD. The contents of the floppy diskette maybe erased. The Floppy Disk Test includes three subtests of the: 1.
  • Page 98: Odd Test

    3. Tests and Diagnostics 3. 8 ODD Test The ODD test allows a user to aurally confirm the ODD functions. NOTE: A CD disc (including data file) must be inserted into the ODD drive then must wait ODD drive initial OK (ODD LED stop flashing) before this test starts.
  • Page 99: Keyboard Test

    3 Tests and Diagnostics 3. 9 Keyboard Test The keyboard test checks the all keys function. NOTE: The Num Lock and the Overlay mode must be off to execute the keyboard test. Before keyboard test starts, the keyboard matrix code should be chosen as below display: 1.
  • Page 100 3. Tests and Diagnostics NOTE: The “Fn” key cannot be tested in the keyboard test. To determine whether the “Fn” key is working correctly, press “Fn+F6 ” or “Fn+F7 ” keys to check if LCD display brightness change gradually.
  • Page 101: Mouse (pad) Test

    3. Tests and Diagnostics 3.10 Mouse (Pad) Test The Mouse test allows the user to select and assign values to the following, using the Touch Pad or “Tab” key to move between selections: Mouse Speed (on a scale from slow to fast) Acceleration (Off, Low, Medium, High) Button Assignments (Left + Right / Right button, either Unassigned or Drag Lock)
  • Page 102: Lcd Pixels Mode Test

    3. Tests and Diagnostics 3. 11 LCD Pixels Mode Test This LCD pixels mode test checks whether video display is fine. This test includes two modes of the test: 1. Text Mode - including 40*25 (16 colors) and 80*25 (2/16colors). 2.
  • Page 103: Magnetic Switch Test

    3. Tests and Diagnostics 3.12 Magnetic Switch Test The lid switch test checks the lid function of the unit. When LCD cover closed, the lid should enable to turn off the display. Follow below steps to run this test: 1. Close the LCD cover. 2.
  • Page 104 3. Tests and Diagnostics 2>. If the Lid switch test pass, it will show below display:...
  • Page 105: Lan Test

    3. Tests and Diagnostics 3.13 LAN Test The LAN test checks the LAN full-duplex environment. NOTE: LAN loopback needs to plug in before test begins. And LAN information will show on the test screen: IO Base – Port: A000H IRQ – BH, it’s “IRQ 10”. Node –...
  • Page 106 3. Tests and Diagnostics The screen should display as below, indicating whether the subtests pass or fail when finished.
  • Page 107 3. Tests and Diagnostics If an error is detected and a test fails, the following message displays:...
  • Page 108: Rtc Test

    3. Tests and Diagnostics 3.14 RTC Test Checks the computer’s RTC (Real Time Clock) and calendar functions by comparing the DOS and CMOS values. The test runs automatically. The screen should display as below, indicating whether the test is passed or failed when finished.
  • Page 109: Read 1394 Guid

    3. Tests and Diagnostics 3.15 Read 1394 GUID This test will check if the computer’s EEPROM 1394GUID code is correct. NOTE: Must open the RAM Door to see RAM connector GUID bar code before test item begins. The figure below will be displayed:...
  • Page 110 3. Tests and Diagnostics 3.16 Speaker EQ Type Check&Re-Write This test will check if the computer’s EEPROM EQ type is correct. The EQ Type test includes two subtests of the: 1. Read EQ Type from EEPROM 2. Re-Write EQ Type to EEPROM NOTE: To execute this test, you must select speaker type (Harman or No brand).
  • Page 111 3. Tests and Diagnostics 3.17 READ SKUID This test will check if the computer’s EEPROM SKUID is correct or not. If you select this test, The figure below will be displayed: Please base on the explanation and the button number to select the test result, if OK, will show: It will mean the SKUID is ok, otherwise the SKUID is wrong.
  • Page 112: Write Skuid

    3. Tests and Diagnostics 3.18 WRITE SKUID This test will set the SKUID in EEPROM. NOTE: To execute this test, you must select button number (1 button or 7 buttons). The figure below will be displayed: Please select the button number base on your unit, after you select, if show: It will mean the action is ok and the setting is OK, otherwise the setting is fail.
  • Page 113: Front Edge Logo Check

    3. Tests and Diagnostics 3.19 Front Edge Logo Because this Model have Front Edge Logo, must set the Front Edge Logo if the unit has this logo, if you select this item, the figure below will be displayed: Please check the units whether have the Front Edge Logo: If have the logo, please key 1 to set the Front Edge Logo.
  • Page 114 3. Tests and Diagnostics 1. If we select “2” to disable the Front Edge logo function by program, there haven’t the item of Front Edge Logo in BIOS Menu, the picture likes below. 2. If we select “1” to enable the Front Edge logo function by program, There have the item of Front Edge Logo in BIOS Menu.
  • Page 115: Fingerprint Dos Test

    3. Tests and Diagnostics 3.20 Fingerprint DOS Test This test will check if the computer’s Fingerprint function is OK. NOTE: Execution of this test destroys fingerprint data The subtests run step by step: (As below) Step1. Need you swipe your finger to enroll Step2.
  • Page 116 3. Tests and Diagnostics Step4. The test program auto compare 1 , 2nd and 3 finger then to enroll. Step5. Need you swipe your finger then test program will verify it. Step6. Verify pass, Step7. Need you select your test result to show “PASS” or “Fail”.
  • Page 117: Clear Fingerprint Test

    3. Tests and Diagnostics 3.21 Clear Fingerprint Test NOTE: Execution of this test destroys fingerprint data Working Instruction: Run command - " HWTEST 0 19 1 1 -cf " to clear all information in TBX module The subtests run step by step: (As below) Step1: Step2: Display Notice...
  • Page 118 3. Tests and Diagnostics Step4: Must to reboot system to make the setting effective. Step5: If you choice “Y”, the system will reboot. If you choice “N”, the system will show Notice again (see be photo). You can press any key to go back test MEMU list.
  • Page 119: Write Dmi

    3. Tests and Diagnostics 3.22 Write DMI When you want to write DMI data, please select which data you want to write, the figure below will be displayed: 1. Write OME string 2. Write Version 3. Write Serial 4. Write Product After write OK, you should reboot the system that can make the setting effective, or you can write next data before reboot system, the figure below will displayed:...
  • Page 120 3. Tests and Diagnostics NOTE: should input correct DMI data, and should reboot the system that can make the setting effective.
  • Page 121 3. Tests and Diagnostics 3.23 Read DMI If you want to double check the DMI data, please select Read DMI item, the figure below will be displayed:...
  • Page 122 3. Tests and Diagnostics 3.24 1 HDD Test The HDD test allows the user to verify the 1 HDD ok or not. First, please select HDD test method, Screen would display as below: After you select the method, then input password: “hard disk”, if input password is Right, the screen would display as below:...
  • Page 123 3. Tests and Diagnostics If input password is wrong, the screen would display as below: The screen will display as below picture to show the subtest is passed or failed when finished: If it is show the picture as below, it means HDD function is OK...
  • Page 124 3. Tests and Diagnostics If the picture shows as below, it means he HDD function is NG...
  • Page 125 3. Tests and Diagnostics 3.25 2 HDD Test The HDD test allows the user to verify the 2 HDD ok or not. Please select HDD test method, Choice HDD test method, Screen would display as below: After you select the method, then input password: “hard disk”, if input password is Right, the screen would display as below: If input password is wrong, the screen would display as below:...
  • Page 126 3. Tests and Diagnostics The screen will display as below picture to show the subtest is passed or failed when finished: If it is show the picture as below, it means HDD function is OK If the picture shows as below, it means he HDD function is NG...
  • Page 127 3. Tests and Diagnostics...
  • Page 128: Button Test

    3. Tests and Diagnostics 3.26 Button Test The control button test allows the user to manually test each of the five CD control buttons. Key”WWW” need to press first. One will hear one “bi” sound when press”WWW” or “Audio” Sound and continuously “bi” sound for another key test. The figure below will be displayed: Press each of the buttons on the front panel in turn.
  • Page 129: Replacement Procedures

    Chapter 4 Replacement Procedures [CONFIDENTIAL]...
  • Page 130 4 Replacement Procedures [CONFIDENTIAL] 4-ii Satellite P200D/P205D Series Maintenance Manual...
  • Page 131 4 Replacement Procedures Chapter 4 Contents General........................4-1 Battery........................4-7 PC Card........................4-9 Memory Card ......................4-11 HDD......................... 4-13 Expansion Memory....................4-18 Modem ........................4-21 Optical Drive Module ....................4-23 Optical Drive......................4-25 4.10 Keyboard........................4-27 4.11 Display Assembly ....................4-30 4.12 Function Button Board.....................
  • Page 132 4 Replacement Procedures Figures Figure 4-1 Unlocking the battery lock ................4-7 Figure 4-2 Unlocking the battery lock ................4-7 Figure 4-3 Removing the PC card..................4-9 Figure 4-4 Installing the PC card ...................4-10 Figure 4-5 Pressing the memory card ................4-11 Figure 4-6 Removing the memory card .................4-11 Figure 4-7 Installing the memory card................4-12...
  • Page 133 4 Replacement Procedures Figure 4-32 Removing the rear screws................4-31 Figure 4-33 Removing the front screws ................4-32 Figure 4-34 Removing the display assembly..............4-32 Figure 4-35 Removing the function button board screw ..........4-34 Figure 4-36 Sliding out the function button board ............4-34 Figure 4-37 Removing the function button board ............
  • Page 134 4 Replacement Procedures Figure 4-64 Removing the system board screws .............4-55 Figure 4-65 Removing the DC power cable ..............4-55 Figure 4-66 Removing the system board .................4-56 Figure 4-67 Removing the VGA board screws..............4-57 Figure 4-68 Removing the VGA board................4-57 Figure 4-69 Removing the VGA heat sink ..............4-58 Figure 4-70 Removing the heat sink screws ..............4-59...
  • Page 135: General

    4.1 General 4 Replacement Procedures General This chapter explains how to disassemble the computer and replace Field Replaceable Units (FRUs). It may not be necessary to remove all the FRUs in order to replace one. The chart below is a guide to which FRUs need to be removed in order to remove others. Always start by removing the battery pack, next, optional items such as the optional PC Card or memory card, and then follow the chart downward removing only those FRUs necessary to reach the one you think is causing the computer to operate abnormally.
  • Page 136 4 Replacement Procedures 4.1 General The example below shows FRUs to be removed before the CPU can be removed. The CPU is located on the system board. The system board itself is located under the top cover. The keyboard is on top of the top cover, along with the Bluetooth module, and the strip cover and must be removed.
  • Page 137 DANGER: Always use the lithium ion battery pack or backup battery that is authorized by Toshiba or compatible with the unit. Since other battery packs have different specifications, they may be incompatible with the unit, and may burst or explode.
  • Page 138 4 Replacement Procedures 4.1 General Before You Begin Look over the procedures in this section before you begin disassembling the computer. Familiarize yourself with the disassembly and reassembly steps. Begin each procedure by removing the AC adaptor and the battery pack as instructed in section 4.2. Do not disassemble the computer unless it is operating abnormally.
  • Page 139 4.1 General 4 Replacement Procedures Disassembly Procedures The computer has two basic types of cable connectors: Pressure Plate connectors Standard Pin connectors To disconnect a Pressure Plate connector, lift up the tabs on either side of the connector’s plastic pressure plate and slide the cable out of the connector. To connect the cable to a Pressure Plate connector, make sure the pressure plate is fully lifted and slide the cable into the connector.
  • Page 140 4 Replacement Procedures 4.1 General Tools and Equipment The use of Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) equipment is very important for your safety and the safety of those around you. Proper use of these devices will increase the success rate of your repairs and lower the cost for damaged or destroyed parts.
  • Page 141: Battery

    Slide the battery bay latch to release the battery pack and then remove the battery pack from the bay. Figure 4-2 Unlocking the battery lock NOTE: For environmental reasons, do not throw away a spent battery pack. Please return spent battery packs to Toshiba. [CONFIDENTIAL] Satellite P200D/P205D Series Maintenance Manual...
  • Page 142 WARNING: The battery is a lithium ion battery and can explode if not properly replaced, used, handled or disposed of. Use only batteries recommended by Toshiba as replacements. Slide the battery pack into the battery bay. The battery bay latch clicks into place automatically.
  • Page 143: Pc Card

    4.3 PC Card 4 Replacement Procedures PC Card Removing a PC Card To remove a PC Card, follow the steps below: Click the Safely Remove Hardware icon on the Task Bar. Click the PC Card to remove. Push the PC card eject button. The button pops out when you release it. Push the eject button again to pop the PC card out slightly.
  • Page 144 4 Replacement Procedures 4.3 PC Card Installing the PC Card To insert a PC card, follow the steps below: Make sure the eject button does not stick out. Push it back into place if required. Insert the PC card in the slot and gently press to ensure a firm connection. Figure 4-4 Installing the PC card [CONFIDENTIAL]...
  • Page 145: Memory Card

    4.4 Memory Card 4 Replacement Procedures Memory Card Removing a Memory Card To remove a memory card, follow the steps below: Press the memory card gently into the socket until it pops out. Figure 4-5 Pressing the memory card Grasp the memory card and remove it. Figure 4-6 Removing the memory card [CONFIDENTIAL]...
  • Page 146 4 Replacement Procedures 4.4 Memory Card Inserting the Memory Card To insert the memory card, follow the steps below: Insert the memory card in the slot and gently press to ensure a firm connection. Figure 4-7 Installing the memory card [CONFIDENTIAL] 4-12 Satellite P200D/P205D Series Maintenance Manual...
  • Page 147 4.5 HDD 4 Replacement Procedures CAUTION: When handling the HDD, do not press the top surface. Hold the disk by the sides to prevent damage and loss of data. Figure 4-8 Removing the Main HDD The Dual HDD feature makes it easy to handle demanding applications while running background applications such as system backup and virus scans.
  • Page 148 4 Replacement Procedures 4.5 HDD Pull up and lift the HDD door to remove it. Figure 4-10 Removing the main HDD door Pull out the black Mylar tab to remove the HDD unit. Figure 4-11 Removing the main HDD [CONFIDENTIAL] 4-14 Satellite P200D/P205D Series Maintenance Manual...
  • Page 149 4.5 HDD 4 Replacement Procedures Pull the HDD outwards and remove the four silver M3x3 screws that secure the HDD case and brackets to the HDD. Figure 4-12 Removing the HDD screws from brackets Remove the HDD from the HDD case. [CONFIDENTIAL] Satellite P200D/P205D Series Maintenance Manual 4-15...
  • Page 150: Hdd

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.5 HDD Removing the Secondary HDD Follow the steps below to remove the second HDD module: Turn the computer upside down. Release the two black M2.5x4 screws to release the secondary HDD door. Secondary Figure 4-13 Releasing the secondary HDD door screw Pull up and lift the HDD door to remove it.
  • Page 151 4.5 HDD 4 Replacement Procedures Pull out the black Mylar tab to remove the HDD unit. Figure 4-15 Removing the secondary HDD Pull the HDD outwards and remove the four silver M3x3 screws that secure the HDD case and brackets to the HDD. Remove the HDD from the HDD case.
  • Page 152: Expansion Memory

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.6 Expansion Memory Expansion Memory Removing the Expansion Memory Module To remove the memory module, make sure the computer is in boot mode. Remove the battery pack, cables and any optional devices before you start and then follow these steps: Release the black captive screw M2.5x6.5 screw securing the memory module socket cover.
  • Page 153 4.6 Expansion Memory 4 Replacement Procedures Press out on the latches to release the memory module. A spring will force one end of the module up. Figure 4-18 Releasing the expansion memory module Grasp the module and pull it out. Figure 4-19 Removing the expansion memory module Repeat steps 3 and 4 to remove the second memory expansion module in the same way.
  • Page 154 4 Replacement Procedures 4.6 Expansion Memory Installing the Expansion Memory CAUTION: Do not touch the connectors on the expansion memory module or on the computer. Debris on the connectors may cause memory access problems. To install a memory module, follow these steps and refer to the figures in the preceding section.
  • Page 155: Modem

    4.7 Modem 4 Replacement Procedures Modem Removing the Modem Remove the battery and any optional devices before removing the modem as described in the following instructions: Remove the secondary HDD door. Remove the two black M2.5x3 screws securing the modem to the chassis. Figure 4-20 Removing the modem module screws Disconnect the modem connector from the modem module.
  • Page 156 4 Replacement Procedures 4.7 Modem Carefully lift the unit from its connector. Figure 4-22 Removing the modem module Installing the Modem To install a modem, follow the steps below and refer to the figures in the preceding section. Connect the modem connector on the system board to the modem module. Fit the modem onto its connector and secure it with two black M2.5x3 screws.
  • Page 157: Optical Drive Module

    4.8 Optical Drive Module 4 Replacement Procedures Optical Drive Module Removing the Optical Drive Module To remove the optical drive module, you need to remove the secondary HDD cover first as described in the previous section. Follow the steps below: Turn the computer upside down.
  • Page 158 4 Replacement Procedures 4.8 Optical Drive Module Installing the Optical Drive Module To install a device in the optical drive module bay, follow the steps below and refer to the figure in the preceding section. 1. Slide the device into the optical drive module bay. 2.
  • Page 159: Optical Drive

    4.9 Optical Drive 4 Replacement Procedures Optical Drive This computer may be fitted with a: DVD-ROM device CD-RW/DVD-ROM combo device DVD Super Multi device Disassembling the Optical Drive To disassemble the optical drive, first remove the drive from its module bay as described in the previous section.
  • Page 160 4 Replacement Procedures 4.9 Optical Drive Reassembling the Optical Drive NOTE: The small arrow shown on the metal bracket indicates the top side of the optical bracket. Keep this in mind when removing or installing the drive. To reassemble an optical drive, follow the steps below and refer to the figure in the preceding section.
  • Page 161: Keyboard

    4.10 Keyboard 4 Replacement Procedures 4.10 Keyboard Removing the Keyboard Follow the steps below to remove the keyboard: Open the display panel. Insert a thin tool into the gap between the keyboard cover and keyboard to lever the keyboard cover up. Figure 4-26 Removing the keyboard cover Remove the keyboard cover.
  • Page 162 4 Replacement Procedures 4.10 Keyboard Remove four black M2x4 screws securing the keyboard. Figure 4-28 Removing the keyboard screws Slide the keyboard forward to lift it out, revealing the keyboard cable (JP19) underneath. Disconnect the keyboard cable (JP19) and remove the keyboard. JP19 Figure 4-29 Disconnecting the keyboard cable...
  • Page 163 4.10 Keyboard 4 Replacement Procedures Installing the Keyboard To install the keyboard, follow the steps below and refer to the figures in the preceding section. Connect the keyboard cable (JP19) to the system board. Set the keyboard in place and secure it with four black M2x4 screws. Set the keyboard cover in place and press down to secure the keyboard cover until the latches engage.
  • Page 164: Display Assembly

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.11 Display Assembly 4.11 Display Assembly Removing the Display Assembly To remove the display assembly, first remove the battery, keyboard, and any optional devices. Then follow the steps below: Disconnect the LVDS cable (JP4), function button board cable (JP15), wireless LAN antennas, CMOS cable (JP11), and microphone cable (JP16) from the system board.
  • Page 165 4.11 Display Assembly 4 Replacement Procedures Remove the strip cover from the computer chassis. Figure 4-31 Removing the strip cover Remove two M2.5x8 black screws securing the LCD assembly from the rear side. Figure 4-32 Removing the rear screws [CONFIDENTIAL] Satellite P200D/P205D Series Maintenance Manual 4-31...
  • Page 166 4 Replacement Procedures 4.11 Display Assembly Remove two M2.5x8 screws securing the LCD assembly to the top cover. Figure 4-33 Removing the front screws Remove the LCD assembly. Figure 4-34 Removing the display assembly [CONFIDENTIAL] 4-32 Satellite P200D/P205D Series Maintenance Manual...
  • Page 167 4.11 Display Assembly 4 Replacement Procedures Installing the Display Assembly To install the display assembly, follow the steps below and refer to the figures in the preceding section. Seat the display assembly, taking care not to crush to the LVDS cable (JP4) or wireless LAN antenna connectors.
  • Page 168: Function Button Board

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.12 Function Button Board 4.12 Function Button Board Removing the Function Button Board The function button board is located on the back side of the strip cover. First remove the button panel from the top chassis as described in the previous section. Then follow the steps below: 1.
  • Page 169 4.12 Function Button Board 4 Replacement Procedures Installing the Function Button Board To install the function button board, follow the steps below and refer to the figures in the preceding section. 1. Set the function button board in place. 2. Secure the board with one M2.5x4 screw. 3.
  • Page 170: Wireless Lan Unit

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.13 Wireless LAN Unit 4.13 Wireless LAN Unit Removing the Wireless LAN Unit To remove wireless LAN unit, first remove the keyboard and the wireless LAN antennas as described in the previous section. Then follow the steps below: Remove the two M2x2.5 screws securing the wireless LAN module.
  • Page 171 4.13 Wireless LAN Unit 4 Replacement Procedures Installing the Wireless LAN Unit To install the wireless LAN unit, follow the steps below and refer to the figures in the preceding section. Fit the wireless LAN unit into its connector on the system board and gently press down. CAUTION: Do not touch the connectors on the wireless LAN unit or on the computer.
  • Page 172: Bluetooth

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.14 Bluetooth 4.14 Bluetooth Removing the Bluetooth module To remove the Bluetooth module, first remove the keyboard and the strip cover as described in the preceding section and then follow the steps below: Disconnect the Bluetooth cable (JP12) from the Bluetooth module. Figure 4-40 Disconnecting the Bluetooth cable Slide out the Bluetooth module in direction of the arrow.
  • Page 173: Top Cover

    4.15 Top Cover 4 Replacement Procedures 4.15 Top Cover Removing the Cover To remove the top cover, first remove the battery pack, HDD, expansion memory module, ODD, modem, wireless LAN unit, keyboard, strip cover, and display assembly, as described in the preceding sections. Follow the steps below to remove the top cover. Turn the computer upside down and remove the following 19 screws from the rear panel: •...
  • Page 174 4 Replacement Procedures 4.15 Top Cover Remove the following screws securing the top cover. • M2.5x8: four screws • M2.5x6: two screws • M2.5x20: one screw Figure 4-44 Removing the top cover (front panel screws) Lift off the top cover. Figure 4-45 Removing the top cover [CONFIDENTIAL]...
  • Page 175 4.15 Top Cover 4 Replacement Procedures Installing the Top Cover To install the top cover, follow the steps below and refer to the figures in the preceding section. Seat the top cover, and secure the speaker cables, Bluetooth cable, fingerprint unit FFC cable, and touch pad unit FFC cable to the system board.
  • Page 176: Touch Pad

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.16 Touch Pad 4.16 Touch Pad Removing the Touch Pad To remove the Touch Pad, first remove the battery pack, keyboard, and top cover, and then follow the steps below: Remove five M2.5x3 screws securing the Touch Pad bracket to the rear side of the top cover.
  • Page 177 4.16 Touch Pad 4 Replacement Procedures Remove the Touch Pad with the bracket and by lifting it gently. Figure 4-48 Removing the Touch Pad Installing the Touch Pad To install the Touch Pad, follow the steps below and refer to the figures in the preceding section: With the top cover upside down, place the Touch Pad and the Track Pad bracket in position.
  • Page 178: Fingerprint Module

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.17 Fingerprint Module 4.17 Fingerprint Module Removing the Fingerprint Module To remove the Fingerprint Module, first remove the battery pack, keyboard, and top cover, and then follow the steps below: Remove four M2.5x3 screws securing the Fingerprint Module Bracket to the rear side of the top cover.
  • Page 179 4.17 Fingerprint Module 4 Replacement Procedures Remove the Fingerprint module by lifting it gently. Figure 4-51 Removing the fingerprint module Installing the Fingerprint Module To install the Fingerprint Module, follow the steps below and refer to the figures in the preceding section: Turn the top cover upside down and place the Fingerprint Module and the Fingerprint Module Bracket in position on top.
  • Page 180: Speakers

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.18 Speakers 4.18 Speakers Removing the Speakers Remove the battery pack, cables and any optional devices before you start. In addition, remove the keyboard and the top cover and then follow these steps: Remove the two M2.5x4 screws securing the left speaker to the rear side of the top cover. Remove the two M2.5x4 screws securing the right speaker to the rear side of the top cover.
  • Page 181 4.18 Speakers 4 Replacement Procedures Installing the Speakers To install the speakers, follow the steps below and refer to the figures in the preceding section. Turn the top cover upside down and place the speakers in position on top. Secure each speaker with two M2.5x4 screws. Turn over and install the top cover onto the system board.
  • Page 182: Subwoofer Unit And Usb Board

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.19 Subwoofer Unit and USB Board 4.19 Subwoofer Unit and USB Board Removing the Subwoofer Unit and USB Board To remove the subwoofer unit and USB board, first remove the battery pack, keyboard, and top cover, and then follow the steps below: Remove the two screws securing the subwoofer unit to the chassis.
  • Page 183 4.19 Subwoofer Unit and USB Board 4 Replacement Procedures Remove the subwoofer unit. Figure 4-56 Removing the subwoofer unit Remove the M2.5x4 screw securing the USB board to the chassis. Figure 4-57 Removing the USB board screw Remove the USB board. Figure 4-58 Removing the USB board [CONFIDENTIAL]...
  • Page 184 4 Replacement Procedures 4.19 Subwoofer Unit and USB Board Installing the Subwoofer Unit and USB Board To install the subwoofer unit and USB board, follow the steps below and refer to the figures in the preceding section: Place the USB board in position. Connect the USB board cable (JP22) to the system board.
  • Page 185: System Fan

    4.20 System Fan 4 Replacement Procedures 4.20 System Fan Removing the System Fan To remove the system fan, first remove the battery pack, keyboard, and top cover, and then follow the steps below: Remove the three M2.5x4 screws securing the system fan to the chassis. Figure 4-59 Removing the fan screws Lift out the fan.
  • Page 186 4 Replacement Procedures 4.20 System Fan Installing the System Fan To install the system fan, follow the steps below and refer to the figures in the preceding section. Seat the system fan in the chassis. Secure the fan with three M2.5x4 screws. [CONFIDENTIAL] 4-52 Satellite P200D/P205D Series Maintenance Manual...
  • Page 187: Crt Pcb

    4.21 VGA PCB 4 Replacement Procedures 4.21 CRT PCB Removing the CRT PCB To remove the CRT PCB, first remove the battery pack, keyboard, display assembly, and top cover, then follows the steps below: Disconnect the CRT PCB wire cable (JP24) from the system board. JP24 Figure 4-61 Removing the CRT PCB FFC cable...
  • Page 188 4 Replacement Procedures 4.21 VGA PCB Gently pull it out away from the CRT port and lift it out from the chassis. Figure 4-63 Removing the CRT PCB Installing the CRT PCB To install the CRT PCB, follow the steps below and refer to the figures in the preceding section.
  • Page 189: System Board

    4.22 System Board 4 Replacement Procedures 4.22 System Board Removing the System Board To remove the system board, first remove the battery pack, keyboard, display assembly, top cover, and VGA PCB, then follow the steps below: Remove the two M2.5x4 screws securing the system board. Figure 4-64 Removing the system board screws Remove the DC connector from its socket.
  • Page 190 4 Replacement Procedures 4.22 System Board Remove the system board after making sure that all connectors are removed from their respective sockets. Figure 4-66 Removing the system board Installing the System Board To install the system board, follow the steps below and refer to the figures in the preceding section.
  • Page 191: Vga Board

    4.23 VGA Board 4 Replacement Procedures 4.23 VGA Board Removing the VGA Board To remove the VGA board, you have to first remove the battery pack, keyboard, top cover, and system board. Then follow the steps below: Turn the system board over and remove the three M2.5x4 screws securing the VGA board.
  • Page 192 4 Replacement Procedures 4.23 VGA Board Remove the heat sink from the VGA board by removing the four screws. Follow the order indicated by the numbers on the heat sink in reverse to remove the screws. Figure 4-69 Removing the VGA heat sink Installing the VGA Board To install the VGA board, follow the steps below and refer to the figure in the preceding section:...
  • Page 193: Fan And Cpu

    4.24 Fan and CPU 4 Replacement Procedures 4.24 Fan and CPU Removing the Fan and CPU To remove the fan, heat sink, and CPU, you must first remove the display assembly, keyboard, top cover and system board, and then follow the steps below: Turn the system board upside down.
  • Page 194 4 Replacement Procedures 4.24 Fan and CPU Turn over and remove the fan connector and two M2.5x3 screws from the system board. Figure 4-72 Removing the fan connector and screws Remove the fan module. Figure 4-73 Removing the fan [CONFIDENTIAL] 4-60 Satellite P200D/P205D Series Maintenance Manual...
  • Page 195 4.24 Fan and CPU 4 Replacement Procedures Turn the cam on the CPU socket with a flat-blade screwdriver so that the notch on the cam is aligned with the open side of the CPU socket to unlock the CPU. Figure 4-74 Turning the CPU cam Gently lift out the CPU.
  • Page 196 4 Replacement Procedures 4.24 Fan and CPU Installing the Fan and CPU To install the fan and CPU, follow the steps below and refer to the figures in the preceding section. CAUTION: If you remove the heat sink, please use soft cloth with alcohol to clean the CPU and heat sink.
  • Page 197: Display Mask

    4.25 Display Mask 4 Replacement Procedures 4.25 Display Mask Removing the Display Mask To remove the display mask, first remove the display assembly as described earlier, then follow the steps below: Remove two M2.5x6 silver screws on the upper display mask and two M2.5x8 black screws on the lower display mask.
  • Page 198 4 Replacement Procedures 4.25 Display Mask Carefully insert your fingers between the display mask and the LCD panel, and pry open the snaps. Start with the four snaps at the top of the display mask. Continue unsnapping the display mask along the two sides and the bottom edge to remove the display mask. Figure 4-78 Removing the display mask screws Installing the Display Mask...
  • Page 199: Removing The Connectors

    4.26 FL Inverter Board 4 Replacement Procedures 4.26 FL Inverter Board Removing the FL Inverter Board To remove the FL inverter board, first remove the battery pack, the display assembly, display mask, and LCD module, then follow the steps below: Remove the black M2x4 screw securing the FL inverter board to the top chassis.
  • Page 200: Figure

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.26 FL Inverter Board Lift out the FL invert board. Figure 4-81 Removing the FL inverter board Installing the FL Inverter Board To install the FL inverter board, follow the steps below and refer to the figure in the preceding section.
  • Page 201: Removing The Lcd Module

    4.27 LCD Module 4 Replacement Procedures 4.27 LCD Module Removing the LCD Module To remove the LCD module, first remove the display assembly and display mask, and FL inverter board connectors. Then follow the steps below: Unhook all cables from the fasteners around the edge of the top chassis. Remove six M2.5x6 screws securing the LCD module to the top chassis.
  • Page 202: Figure

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.27 LCD Module Lift the LCD module from the top chassis. Figure 4-83 Removing the LCD Module Remove eight M2x3 screws securing the LCD module bracket to the LCD module. Figure 4-84 Removing the bracket screws NOTE: If the LCD module malfunctions, remove the LCD cable and LCD bracket. Then replace the whole LCD module unit.
  • Page 203: Figure

    4.27 LCD Module 4 Replacement Procedures Turn over the LCD screen and remove the tape securing the LVDS cable (JP4). Detach the LVDS cable (JP4). Figure 4-85 Removing the LVDS cable Installing the LCD Module To install the LCD module, follow the steps below and refer to the figures in the preceding section.
  • Page 204: Removing The Cmos Cable

    4 Replacement Procedures 4.28 Camera and Microphone 4.28 Camera and Microphone Removing the Camera and Microphone To remove the camera and microphone, first remove the display assembly and display mask, then follow the steps below: Remove the CMOS cable (JP11) from the camera module. Figure 4-86 Removing the CMOS cable Remove the camera module by gently peeling it away from its adhesive backing.
  • Page 205: Figure

    4.28 Camera and Microphone 4 Replacement Procedures Use a flat screwdriver to lever the microphone module from its socket and gently lift out. Figure 4-88 Removing the microphone Installing the Camera and Microphone To install the camera and microphone, follow the steps below and refer to the figure in the preceding section.
  • Page 206: Appendix A Handling The Lcd Module

    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 it to prevent damaging it. 1. When installing the LCD module in the display assembly, make sure that you seat it so that it is properly aligned and maximum visibility of the display is maintained.
  • Page 207 3. If the panel’s surface gets dirty or moist, 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. Apply the agent to a soft cloth and then wipe the panel’s surface.
  • Page 208 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 209 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 its specifications. Cold can cause the liquid crystals to freeze, lose their elasticity or otherwise suffer damage. 9.
  • Page 210 10. If you transport the module, do not use packing material that contains epoxy resin (amine) or silicon glue (alcohol or oxime). These materials can release gas that can damage the panel’s polarization. [CONFIDENTIAL] Satellite P200/P205D Series Maintenance Manual...
  • Page 211: Appendix B Board Layout

    Appendix B Appendix B Board Layout B.1 System Board (FRDSY*) Top View PJP1 JP18 JP24 JP12 JP2 JP5 JP19 JP54 JP11 JP17 JP15 JP20 JP22 JP16 [CONFIDENTIAL] Satellite P200/P205D Series Maintenance Manual...
  • Page 212 B.2 System Board (FRDSY*) Button View JP27 JP33 JP31 PJP2 JP23 JP28 JP30 JP29 JP26 JP14 JP35 JP37 JP34 JP55 JP52 JP36 JP51 JP53 JP38 JP39 [CONFIDENTIAL] Satellite P200/P205D Series Maintenance Manual...
  • Page 213 Table B-1 System board connectors (top and bottom) Number Name SW/B conn JP 4 LVDS conn JP 5 HD-DVD CARD conn JP 6 Speaker conn (right) JP 7 Wireless LAN Card conn JP 8 CPU FAN conn JP 11 Int. Camera conn JP 12 Bluetooth conn JP 14...
  • Page 214 JP 54 VGA FAN conn JP 55 SATA HDD conn PJP1 Power core conn PJP2 Battery conn Table B-2 System board ICs (top and bottom) Number Name LAN RTL8101E/ RTL8111B North bridge ATI RS690/ ATI RX690 Card bus controller TI PCI8402 BIOS ROM LAN transformer EC KB926...
  • Page 215: Pin Assignments

    Appendix C Pin Assignments System Board JP31,JP33 Table C-1 SODIMM I/F pin assignments (200-PIN) (1/4) Pin No. Signal name Pin No. Signal Name VREF DQS0# DQS0 DQ12 DQ13 DQS1# DQS1 CK0# DQ10 DQ14 DQ11 DQ15 DQ16 DQ20 DQ17 DQ21 DQS2# [CONFIDENTIAL] Satellite P200D/P205D Series Maintenance Manual...
  • Page 216 Table C-1 SODIMM I/F pin assignments (200-PIN) (2/4) Pin No. Signal name Pin No. Signal Name DQS2 DQ18 DQ22 DQ19 DQ23 DQ24 DQ28 DQ25 DQ29 DQS3# DQS3 DQ26 DQ30 DQ27 DQ31 CKE0 NC/CKE1 NC/A15 NC/A14 A10/AP RAS# CAS# ODT0 [CONFIDENTIAL] Satellite P200D/P205D Series Maintenance Manual...
  • Page 217 Table C-1 SODIMM I/F pin assignments (200-PIN) (3/4) Pin No. Signal name Pin No. Signal Name NC/S1# NC/A13 NC/ODT1 DQ32 DQ36 DQ33 DQ37 DQS4# DQS4 DQ38 DQ34 DQ39 DQ35 DQ44 DQ40 DQ45 DQ41 DQS5# DQS5 DQ42 DQ46 DQ43 DQ47 DQ48 DQ52 DQ49 DQ53...
  • Page 218 Table C-1 SODIMM I/F pin assignments (200-PIN) (4/4) Pin No. Signal name Pin No. Signal Name DQ57 DQ61 DQS7# DQS7 DQ58 DQ59 DQ62 DQ63 VDDSPD JP24 Table C-2 RGB I/F pin assignments (12-pin) Pin No. Signal name Pin No. Signal Name +5VS CRT_DDC_CLK I/O -...
  • Page 219 JP34 Table C-3 1st HDD I/F pin assignments (22-pin) Pin No. Signal name Pin No. Signal Name VCC3.3 VCC3.3 VCC3.3 VCC5 VCC5 VCC5 JP55 Table C-4 2nd HDD I/F pin assignments (22-pin) Pin No. Signal name Pin No. Signal Name VCC3.3 VCC3.3 VCC3.3...
  • Page 220 JP29 Table C-5 ODD I/F pin assignments (52-pin) Pin No. Signal name Pin No. Signal Name SIDE_RST# IDE_SDD8 IDE_SDD7 IDE_SDD9 IDE_SDD6 IDE_SDD10 IDE_SDD5 IDE_SDD11 IDE_SDD4 IDE_SDD12 IDE_SDD3 IDE_SDD13 IDE_SDD2 IDE_SDD14 IDE_SDD1 IDE_SDD15 IDE_SDD0 IDE_SDDREQ IDE_SDIOR# IDE_SDIOW# IDE_SDIORDY IDE_SDDACK# INT_IRQ15 IDE_SDA1 +5VS IDE_SDA0 IDE_SDA2...
  • Page 221 C.6 JP20 Table C-6 New Card I I/F pin assignments (26-pin) Pin No. Signal name Pin No. Signal Name USBP9- USBP9+ CP_USB# SMB_CK_CLK0 SMB_CK_DAT0 +1.5VS_CARD +1.5VS_CARD EC_SWI# +3VALW_CARD PERST# +3VS_CARD +3VS_CARD CLKREQ# EXP_CPPE# CLK_NEW# CLK_NEW PCIE_MRX_C_NEWTX_N1 PCIE_MRX_C_NEWTX_P1 PCIE_MTX_C_NEWRX_N1 PCIE_MTX_C_NEWRX_P1 Table C-7 LCDS I/F (40-pin) Pin No.
  • Page 222 +3VS Power for Panel LCD_TXOUT2+ Panel Data Signals INVT_PWM Power for Panel LCD_TXOUT1- Panel Data Signals BKOFF# LCD back light LCD_TXOUT1+ Panel Data Signals DAC_BRIG Inverter Control signal LCD_TXCLK- Panel Clock Signals LCD_EDID_CLK LCD back light LCD_TXCLK+ Panel Clock Signals LCD_EDID_DATA LCD DATA LCD_TZOUT1+...
  • Page 223 JP54 Table C-8 Fan I/F pin assignments (3-pin) Pin No. Signal name Pin No. Signal Name +FAN2 FAN_SPEED2 JP19 Table C-9 K/B connector pin assignments (34-pin) Pin No. Signal name Pin No. Signal Name NUM_LED# CAPS_LED# +3VS KSI1 KSI6 KSI5 KSI0 KSI4 KSI3...
  • Page 224 C.11 JP14 Table C-10 MDC Connector pin assignments (12-pin) Pin No. Signal name Pin No. Signal Name AZ_SDOUT_MD +3V_SB AZ_SYNC_MD AZ_SDIN0_MD AZ_RST_MD# AZ_BITCLK_MD C.12 PJP1 Table C-119 AC Adaptor Connector pin assignments (4-pin) Pin No. Signal name Pin No. Signal Name DC_IN_S2 DC_IN_S2 C.13...
  • Page 225 Appendix D Appendix D Keyboard Scan/Character Codes Table D-1 Scan codes (set 1 and set 2) (1/4) Code set 1 Code set 2 Keytop Note Make Break Make Break ‘ ~ 7 & BkSp [CONFIDENTIAL] Satellite P200D/P205D Series Maintenance Manual...
  • Page 226 Table D-1 Scan codes (set 1 and set 2) (2/4) Code set 1 Code set 2 Keytop Note Make Break Make Break Caps Lock ‘ “ Enter Shift (L) No.102 , < . > Shift (R) [CONFIDENTIAL] Satellite P200D/P205D Series Maintenance Manual...
  • Page 227 Table D-1 Scan codes (set 1 and set 2) (3/4) Code set 1 Code set 2 Keytop Note Make Break Make Break Ctrl(L) Alt (L) Space ALT (R) Ctrl(R) ← Home ↑ ↓ PgUp PgDn → [CONFIDENTIAL] Satellite P200D/P205D Series Maintenance Manual...
  • Page 228 Table D-1 Scan codes (set 1 and set 2) (4/4) Code set 1 Code set 2 Keytop Note Make Break Make Break PrintSc Pause — — — — Notes: 1. * Scan codes differ by mode. 2. * Combination with the Fn key gives different codes. 3.
  • Page 229 Table D-2 Scan codes with Fn key Code set 1 Code set 2 Keytop Make Break Make Break L-CTRL L-ALT ARROW NUMERIC Scrl [CONFIDENTIAL] Satellite P200D/P205D Series Maintenance Manual...
  • Page 230 Table D-3 Scan codes in overlay mode(JASAA does not have overlay mode.) Code set 1 Code set 2 Keytop Make Break Make Break (–) Table D-4 No.124 key scan code Code set 1 Code set 2 Shift Make Break Make Break Prt Sc Common...
  • Page 231 Table D-5 No.126 key scan code Key top Shift Code set 1 Code set 2 Make Make Pause Common Ctrl *: This key generates only make codes. [CONFIDENTIAL] Satellite P200D/P205D Series Maintenance Manual...
  • Page 232 United Status (US) Keyboard 2. Traditional Chinese (CH) Keyboard...
  • Page 233 3. Thai (TI) Keyboard 4. Korean (KO) Keyboard...
  • Page 234 5. United Kingdom (UK) Keyboard 6. US International (UI) Keyboard...
  • Page 235 7. Hebrew (HB) Keyboard 8. Danish (DM) Keyboard...
  • Page 236 9. Swiss (SW) Keyboard 10. Arabic (ARE) Keyboard...
  • Page 237 11. Czech (CZ) Keyboard 12. Russian (RU) Keyboard...
  • Page 238 13. Portuguese (PO) Keyboard 14. Slovakian (SL) Keyboard...
  • Page 239 15. Italian (IT) Keyboard 16. French (FR) Keyboard...
  • Page 240 17. German (GR) Keyboard 18. Greek (GK) Keyboard...
  • Page 241 19. Hungarian (HG) Keyboard 20. Spanish (SP) Keyboard...
  • Page 242 21. Turkish (TR) Keyboard 22.Turkish F (TR-F) Keyboard...
  • Page 243 23.Swedish (SD) Keyboard 24.Belgian (BE) Keyboard...
  • Page 244 25.Yugoslavian (YU) Keyboard 26.Norwegian (NW) Keyboard...
  • Page 245 27.Scandinavian (ND) Keyboard 28.Canadian Multinational(AC)Keyboard...
  • Page 246 29.Canadian Bilingual (CB) Keyboard 30. Japanese (JP) Keyboard...
  • Page 247: Appendix F Series Screw Torque List

    Appendix F Series Screw Torque List Table F-1 Series Screw Torque List SCREW P/N DISCRIPTION Q'ty LOCATION SCREW TORQUE LCD ASSY MACK20030G0 M2*3 LCD hinge brkt L&R to LCD 1.2~1.5Kgf.cm MA0000069G0 M2*4 1.5~2.0Kgf.cm For singe inverter For Cover & arm MAC925006G0 M2.5*6 2.5~3.0Kgf.cm...
  • Page 248 Lower(ODD) to Upper Lower(HDD housing) to Upper MACA00083G0 M2.5*4 2.5~3.0Kgf.cm Lower(Batt housing) to Upper 1'st HDD Door x2, 2'nd HDD Door x1 Lower to Hinge Saddle MA0000067G0 M2.5*6.5 2.5~3.0Kgf.cm RAM Door MAC925006G0 M2.5*6 2.5~3.0Kgf.cm From Upper Fix to Lower Lower to Upper 2.5~3.0Kgf.cm MACK25080G0 M2.5*8 Upper (KB support) to Lower...
  • Page 249: Appendix G Reliability

    Appendix G Appendix G Reliability The following table shows MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures) for each component. Table G-1 MTBF Component Time (hours) 10,000 Keyboard 60,000 300,000 Optical (DVD/CD) drive 60,000 AC adaptor 60,000 [CONFIDENTIAL] Satellite P200 Series Maintenance Manual...

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