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Dell Dimension 2200 User Manual

Dell Dimension 2200 User Manual (172 pages)

Dell PowerEdge 2200 Servers: User Guide  
Brand: Dell | Category: Server | Size: 4.07 MB
Table of contents
Safety Instructions3................................................................................................................................................................
Protecting Against Electrostatic Discharge5................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents11................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction23................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Operating Systems25................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel25................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting External Devices25................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-1. Front Panel25................................................................................................................................................................
Preventing Unauthorized Access Inside The Computer26................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Help26................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-2. Security Keylock26................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Dell Server Assistant Cd27................................................................................................................................................................
Booting The Cd27................................................................................................................................................................
Cd Main Menu27................................................................................................................................................................
Choose Language27................................................................................................................................................................
Configure The System27................................................................................................................................................................
Run System Utilities27................................................................................................................................................................
Use Online Manuals27................................................................................................................................................................
Create Diskettes28................................................................................................................................................................
Video Drivers28................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Video Drivers For Windows Nt 4.028................................................................................................................................................................
Asset Tag Utility28................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Asset Tag Utility28................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning And Deleting An Asset Tag Number29................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-1. Asset Tag Command-line Options29................................................................................................................................................................
Installing And Configuring Scsi Drivers31................................................................................................................................................................
The Readme.txt File31................................................................................................................................................................
The Scsiselect Utility31................................................................................................................................................................
Scsiselect Default Settings31................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Host Adapter Settings32................................................................................................................................................................
Boot Device Settings32................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-1. Default Scsi Controller Settings32................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Device Settings33................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Host Adapter Settings33................................................................................................................................................................
Starting The Scsiselect Utility34................................................................................................................................................................
Using Scsiselect Menus35................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Scsi Disk Utilities35................................................................................................................................................................
Exiting Scsiselect35................................................................................................................................................................
Installation For Windows Nt35................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Overview35................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Windows Nt 4.0 And The Driver36................................................................................................................................................................
Using Windows Nt To Install Or Update The Driver36................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Or Updating The Driver With Windows Nt 4.036................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Host Adapter36................................................................................................................................................................
Swapping A Host Adapter37................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting For Windows Nt37................................................................................................................................................................
Installation For Novell Netware37................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Ez-scsi38................................................................................................................................................................
Calculating The Slot Number39................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Netware And The Driver39................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A Netware 4.11 Installation40................................................................................................................................................................
Using Netware To Install Or Update The Driver40................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Load Command Line Options41................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-2. Load Command Line Options41................................................................................................................................................................
Bit Mask Options42................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Load Command42................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-1. Bit Position42................................................................................................................................................................
Using Startup.ncf And Autoexec.ncf43................................................................................................................................................................
Using Scsi Devices43................................................................................................................................................................
Booting From A Scsi Device43................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-3. Files Necessary To Boot From A Scsi Device43................................................................................................................................................................
Formatting Media44................................................................................................................................................................
Using Removable Media44................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-4. Drive Status Items44................................................................................................................................................................
Using Netware-tested And -approved Drives45................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Netware Tape Backup Utility45................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up A Cd-rom Drive With Netware 4.1145................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-5. Read After Write Verify Settings45................................................................................................................................................................
Optimizing Performance46................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting For Netware46................................................................................................................................................................
Nonhost Adapters46................................................................................................................................................................
Host Adapters46................................................................................................................................................................
Using The System Setup Program47................................................................................................................................................................
System Setup Screens47................................................................................................................................................................
Table 4-1. System Setup Keys48................................................................................................................................................................
Entering The System Setup Program49................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-1. Main Menu Of The System Setup Program49................................................................................................................................................................
Main Menu Categories50................................................................................................................................................................
Time50................................................................................................................................................................
Date50................................................................................................................................................................
Diskette Drive A And Diskette Drive B50................................................................................................................................................................
Fast Video Bios50................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Cache50................................................................................................................................................................
Boot Sequence50................................................................................................................................................................
Boot Options Submenu Categories51................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-2. Boot Options Submenu51................................................................................................................................................................
Num Lock52................................................................................................................................................................
Speaker52................................................................................................................................................................
Processor 1 And Processor 252................................................................................................................................................................
Level 2 Cache52................................................................................................................................................................
Base Memory52................................................................................................................................................................
Extended Memory52................................................................................................................................................................
Video Memory52................................................................................................................................................................
Service Tag52................................................................................................................................................................
Asset Tag52................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Menu Categories53................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-3. Advanced Menu Of The System Setup Program53................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Port 154................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Port 254................................................................................................................................................................
Parallel Port54................................................................................................................................................................
Parallel Mode54................................................................................................................................................................
Diskette Controller54................................................................................................................................................................
Onboard Scsi54................................................................................................................................................................
Pci Scan Sequence54................................................................................................................................................................
Use Mp Specification54................................................................................................................................................................
Ps/2 Mouse54................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-4. Security Menu Of The System Setup Program55................................................................................................................................................................
Supervisor Password Is56................................................................................................................................................................
User Password Is56................................................................................................................................................................
Set Supervisor Password56................................................................................................................................................................
Set User Password56................................................................................................................................................................
Password On Boot56................................................................................................................................................................
Diskette Access56................................................................................................................................................................
System Backup Reminder56................................................................................................................................................................
Virus Check Reminder57................................................................................................................................................................
Exit Menu Categories57................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-5. Exit Menu Of The System Setup Program57................................................................................................................................................................
Save Changes & Exit58................................................................................................................................................................
Exit Without Saving Changes58................................................................................................................................................................
Get Default Values58................................................................................................................................................................
Load Previous Values58................................................................................................................................................................
Save Changes58................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Password Features58................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Supervisor Password Feature58................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning A Supervisor Password58................................................................................................................................................................
Using Your Supervisor Password To Secure Your System59................................................................................................................................................................
Operating With A Supervisor Password Enabled59................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting Or Changing An Existing Supervisor Password59................................................................................................................................................................
Using The User Password Feature59................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning A User Password60................................................................................................................................................................
Using Your User Password To Secure Your System60................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting Or Changing An Existing User Password61................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling A Forgotten Password61................................................................................................................................................................
Password Options62................................................................................................................................................................
Table 4-2. Password Options62................................................................................................................................................................
Responding To Error Messages63................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Eisa Configuration Utility65................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Eisa, Isa, And Pci Expansion Cards65................................................................................................................................................................
System Board Options65................................................................................................................................................................
How To Run The Eisa Configuration Utility66................................................................................................................................................................
When To Run The Eisa Configuration Utility66................................................................................................................................................................
Making Selections In The Eisa Configuration Utility67................................................................................................................................................................
Using Online Instructions67................................................................................................................................................................
Main Menu68................................................................................................................................................................
Learn About Configuring Your Computer68................................................................................................................................................................
Configure Computer68................................................................................................................................................................
Step 1: Important Eisa Configuration Information68................................................................................................................................................................
Starting The Eisa Configuration Utility69................................................................................................................................................................
Step 2: Add Or Remove Boards69................................................................................................................................................................
Step 3: View Or Edit Details70................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-1. Eisa System Board Options Screen (example)73................................................................................................................................................................
Step 4: Examine Switches Or Print Report74................................................................................................................................................................
Step 5: Save And Exit74................................................................................................................................................................
Set Date And Set Time74................................................................................................................................................................
Maintain System Configuration Diskette74................................................................................................................................................................
Exit From This Utility74................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Menu74................................................................................................................................................................
Lock/unlock Boards74................................................................................................................................................................
View Additional System Information Menu75................................................................................................................................................................
Set Verification Mode Menu75................................................................................................................................................................
Maintain Sci Files Menu75................................................................................................................................................................
Resolving Resource Conflicts75................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Card That Conflicts With The Card You Just Installed76................................................................................................................................................................
System Board Options Screen76................................................................................................................................................................
Isa Cycle Wait Control76................................................................................................................................................................
Fail-safe Timer Nmi76................................................................................................................................................................
Bus-master Timeout Nmi76................................................................................................................................................................
Software Generated Nmi76................................................................................................................................................................
Modeling Mode76................................................................................................................................................................
How Password Security Works77................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning Or Changing A Supervisor Password78................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting An Existing Supervisor Password78................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting An Existing User Password79................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning Or Changing A User Password80................................................................................................................................................................
Working Inside Your Computer81................................................................................................................................................................
Before You Begin81................................................................................................................................................................
Safety First—for You And Your Computer81................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Computer Cover82................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Computer Cover82................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Front Bezel82................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-1. Removing The Computer Cover82................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Front Bezel83................................................................................................................................................................
Unpacking Your Hardware Option83................................................................................................................................................................
Inside Your Computer83................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-2. Removing The Front Bezel83................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-3. Inside The Chassis—front/right Side View84................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-4. Inside The Chassis—back/left Side View85................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing The System Board Assembly86................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The System Board Assembly86................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-5. Removing The System Board Assembly86................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The System Board Assembly87................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-6. Replacing The System Board Assembly87................................................................................................................................................................
Installing System Board Options89................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-1. System Board Features89................................................................................................................................................................
Expansion Cards90................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-2. Expansion-card Examples90................................................................................................................................................................
Expansion Slots91................................................................................................................................................................
Installing An Expansion Card91................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-3. Removing The Filler Bracket91................................................................................................................................................................
Removing An Expansion Card92................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-4. Installing An Expansion Card92................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Memory93................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Upgrade Kits93................................................................................................................................................................
Dimm Installation Guidelines93................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-5. Dimms And Dimm Sockets93................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A Memory Upgrade94................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-1. Sample Dimm Configurations94................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Dimm95................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-6. Installing A Dimm95................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Dimm96................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Microprocessor96................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-7. Removing A Dimm96................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-8. Terminator Card97................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-9. Microprocessor Module Retention Screws97................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-10. Installing A Microprocessor Module97................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The System Battery98................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-11. System Battery And Battery Socket98................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Drives In The External Bays101................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Drive101................................................................................................................................................................
Jumpers101................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing Front-panel Inserts102................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing Plastic Inserts102................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-1. External Drive Bay Hardware102................................................................................................................................................................
Removing Metal Inserts103................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting The Drive103................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-2. Removing A Plastic Insert103................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-3. Removing A Metal Insert103................................................................................................................................................................
Dc Power Cables104................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-4. Power Connectors104................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-5. Interface Connectors104................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-6. Dc Power Cable Connectors104................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Diskette Drives That Use The Diskette Drive Controller105................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-7. Drives In The External Bays105................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-8. Diskette Drive Interface Cable105................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-9. Attaching Drive Rails105................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Scsi Drives In The External Bays106................................................................................................................................................................
Installing An Optional Scsi Controller For The External Bay Scsi Drives107................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-10. 68-pin To 50-pin Adapter107................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-11. Connecting An Optional Scsi Controller Card108................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Drives In The Internal Bays109................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Configuration Guidelines109................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Id Numbers109................................................................................................................................................................
Device Termination110................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 9-1. Scsi Termination Jumper Locations110................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Boot Device111................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Cable111................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 9-2. Scsi Interface Cable111................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 9-3. Scsi Cable For A Poweredge 2200 System112................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Scsi Hard-disk Drives In The Internal Bays113................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 9-4. Removing The Hard-disk Drive Cage113................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 9-5. Installing A Hard-disk Drive In The Drive Cage114................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Specifications115................................................................................................................................................................
Table A-1. Technical Specifications115................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Configuration Features119................................................................................................................................................................
Figure B-1. System Board Jumpers120................................................................................................................................................................
Connectors And Sockets122................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Ports And Connectors123................................................................................................................................................................
Serial And Parallel Ports123................................................................................................................................................................
Figure B-2. I/o Ports And Connectors123................................................................................................................................................................
Adding An Expansion Card Containing Serial Or Parallel Ports124................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Port Connectors124................................................................................................................................................................
Figure B-3. Pin Numbers For The Serial Port Connectors124................................................................................................................................................................
Parallel Port Connector125................................................................................................................................................................
Keyboard And Mouse Connectors125................................................................................................................................................................
Figure B-4. Pin Numbers For The Parallel Port Connector125................................................................................................................................................................
Keyboard Connector126................................................................................................................................................................
Mouse Connector126................................................................................................................................................................
Video Connector126................................................................................................................................................................
Figure B-5. Pin Numbers For The Keyboard Connector126................................................................................................................................................................
Figure B-6. Pin Numbers For The Mouse Connector126................................................................................................................................................................
Table B-5. Pin Assignments For The Keyboard Connector126................................................................................................................................................................
Table B-6. Pin Assignments For The Mouse Connector126................................................................................................................................................................
Figure B-7. Pin Numbers For The Video Connector127................................................................................................................................................................
Table B-7. Pin Assignments For The Video Connector127................................................................................................................................................................
Maintaining The System129................................................................................................................................................................
Data Preservation129................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduling Backups129................................................................................................................................................................
Backup Devices129................................................................................................................................................................
Recovering Data129................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning System Components130................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended Tools And Accessories130................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning The Computer, Monitor, And Keyboard Exteriors130................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning Drives131................................................................................................................................................................
Environmental Factors131................................................................................................................................................................
Temperature131................................................................................................................................................................
Humidity131................................................................................................................................................................
Altitude132................................................................................................................................................................
Dust And Particles132................................................................................................................................................................
Corrosion132................................................................................................................................................................
Electromagnetic And Radio Frequency Interference132................................................................................................................................................................
Magnetism133................................................................................................................................................................
Shock And Vibration133................................................................................................................................................................
Power Source Interruptions133................................................................................................................................................................
Power Protection Devices133................................................................................................................................................................
Surge Protectors134................................................................................................................................................................
Line Conditioners134................................................................................................................................................................
Uninterruptible Power Supply134................................................................................................................................................................
Regulatory Notices135................................................................................................................................................................
Fcc Notices (u.s. Only)135................................................................................................................................................................
Ic Notice (canada Only)136................................................................................................................................................................
En 55022 Compliance (czech Republic Only)136................................................................................................................................................................
Ce Notice136................................................................................................................................................................
Vcci Notices (japan Only)137................................................................................................................................................................
Class 1 Notice137................................................................................................................................................................
Class 2 Notice137................................................................................................................................................................
Korean Regulatory Notice138................................................................................................................................................................
Class A Device138................................................................................................................................................................
Class B Device138................................................................................................................................................................
Polish Center For Testing And Certification Notice138................................................................................................................................................................
Nom 024 Information (mexico Only)139................................................................................................................................................................
Información Para Nom 024 (únicamente Para México)139................................................................................................................................................................
Warranties And Return Policy141................................................................................................................................................................
Coverage During Year One141................................................................................................................................................................
Coverage During Years Two And Three142................................................................................................................................................................
General142................................................................................................................................................................
Beep Codes And System Messages145................................................................................................................................................................
System Error Messages145................................................................................................................................................................
Table F-1. System Error Messages145................................................................................................................................................................
System Beep Codes149................................................................................................................................................................
Table F-2. System Beep Codes149................................................................................................................................................................
System Features171................................................................................................................................................................
System Orientation171................................................................................................................................................................
Security Menu Categories172................................................................................................................................................................

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Dell Dimension 2200 Owner's Manual

Dell Dimension 2200 Owner's Manual (140 pages)

Dell Desktop PC Owner's Manual Dimension 2200  
Brand: Dell | Category: Desktop | Size: 1.55 MB
Table of contents
Abbreviations And Acronyms2................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Contents7................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Instructions9................................................................................................................................................................
When Using Your Computer9................................................................................................................................................................
When Working Inside Your Computer11................................................................................................................................................................
Protecting Against Electrostatic Discharge13................................................................................................................................................................
Ergonomic Computing Habits13................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Disposal14................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting A Printer16................................................................................................................................................................
Parallel Printer16................................................................................................................................................................
Usb Printer17................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Printer Driver18................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up A Home And Office Network (windows Xp Only)20................................................................................................................................................................
Turning Off The Computer20................................................................................................................................................................
Windows Xp20................................................................................................................................................................
Windows 200020................................................................................................................................................................
Finding Solutions24................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing Help Files26................................................................................................................................................................
Power Problems26................................................................................................................................................................
Start-up Error Messages27................................................................................................................................................................
Video And Monitor Problems28................................................................................................................................................................
If The Screen Is Blank28................................................................................................................................................................
If The Screen Is Difficult To Read29................................................................................................................................................................
Sound And Speaker Problems30................................................................................................................................................................
No Sound From Speakers30................................................................................................................................................................
No Sound From Headphones31................................................................................................................................................................
Printer Problems32................................................................................................................................................................
If You Cannot Print To A Parallel Port Printer32................................................................................................................................................................
If You Cannot Print To A Usb Printer33................................................................................................................................................................
Scanner Problems34................................................................................................................................................................
Modem Problems34................................................................................................................................................................
Mouse Problems36................................................................................................................................................................
Keyboard Problems37................................................................................................................................................................
Drive Problems37................................................................................................................................................................
If You Cannot Save A File To A Floppy Disk37................................................................................................................................................................
If You Cannot Play A Music Cd Or Install A Program From A Cd38................................................................................................................................................................
If You Cannot Play A Dvd Movie39................................................................................................................................................................
If The Cd-rw Drive Stops Writing39................................................................................................................................................................
If You Have A Hard Drive Problem40................................................................................................................................................................
Network Problems40................................................................................................................................................................
Error Messages41................................................................................................................................................................
General Program Problems42................................................................................................................................................................
A Program Crashes42................................................................................................................................................................
A Program Stops Responding42................................................................................................................................................................
A Program Error Causes The System To Lock Up42................................................................................................................................................................
A Solid Blue Screen Appears42................................................................................................................................................................
A Program Is Designed For An Earlier Windows Operating System43................................................................................................................................................................
Internet Connection Problems43................................................................................................................................................................
If You Have A Problem With Your Internet Connection43................................................................................................................................................................
E-mail Problems44................................................................................................................................................................
Resolving Other Technical Problems45................................................................................................................................................................
Reinstalling Drivers45................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Windows Xp Device Driver Rollback46................................................................................................................................................................
Resolving Software And Hardware Incompatibilities47................................................................................................................................................................
Using System Restore49................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Restore Point50................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring The Computer To An Earlier Operating State51................................................................................................................................................................
Undoing The Last System Restore52................................................................................................................................................................
Reinstalling Windows Xp52................................................................................................................................................................
Reinstalling Windows 200054................................................................................................................................................................
Front And Back View Of The Computer58................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Computer Cover60................................................................................................................................................................
Rotating The Power Supply62................................................................................................................................................................
Looking Inside Your Computer65................................................................................................................................................................
System Board66................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A 3.5-inch Drive67................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Cards73................................................................................................................................................................
Removing Cards77................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Memory78................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Computer Cover80................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications82................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Settings86................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Settings87................................................................................................................................................................
System Setup Program Screens87................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing Forgotten Passwords88................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Battery89................................................................................................................................................................
Dell Technical Support Policy (u.s. Only)90................................................................................................................................................................
Definition Of "dell-installed" Software And Peripherals91................................................................................................................................................................
Definition Of "third-party" Software And Peripherals91................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Dell92................................................................................................................................................................
Contact Numbers And Addresses92................................................................................................................................................................
Returning Items For Warranty Repair Or Credit107................................................................................................................................................................
Regulatory Information107................................................................................................................................................................
Fcc Notices (u.s. Only)109................................................................................................................................................................
Nom Information (mexico Only)111................................................................................................................................................................
Limited Warranties And Return Policy112................................................................................................................................................................
One-year Limited Warranty (u.s. Only)112................................................................................................................................................................
Two-year Limited Warranty (u.s. Only)114................................................................................................................................................................
Three-year Limited Warranty (u.s. Only)118................................................................................................................................................................
Four-year Limited Warranty (u.s. Only)121................................................................................................................................................................
One-year Limited Warranty (canada Only)124................................................................................................................................................................
Two-year Limited Warranty (canada Only)126................................................................................................................................................................
Three-year Limited Warranty (canada Only)129................................................................................................................................................................
Total Satisfaction" Return Policy (u.s. Only)133................................................................................................................................................................
Dell Dimension 2200 Owner's Manual

Dell Dimension 2200 Owner's Manual (114 pages)

Dell Laptop Owner's Manual  
Brand: Dell | Category: Laptop | Size: 20.14 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Finding Information9................................................................................................................................................................
Front View13................................................................................................................................................................
Left Side View16................................................................................................................................................................
Right Side View17................................................................................................................................................................
Back View17................................................................................................................................................................
Bottom View20................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting To The Internet21................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Your Internet Connection21................................................................................................................................................................
Transferring Information To A New Computer22................................................................................................................................................................
2 Setting Up Your Computer22................................................................................................................................................................
Running The Files And Settings Transfer Wizard Without The Operating System Cd23................................................................................................................................................................
Running The Files And Settings Transfer Wizard With The Operating System Cd24................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up A Printer25................................................................................................................................................................
Printer Cable25................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting A Usb Printer25................................................................................................................................................................
Power Protection Devices26................................................................................................................................................................
Surge Protectors26................................................................................................................................................................
Line Conditioners26................................................................................................................................................................
Uninterruptible Power Supplies26................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Performance27................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Battery Charge28................................................................................................................................................................
Dell Quickset Battery Meter28................................................................................................................................................................
Low-battery Warning28................................................................................................................................................................
Charging The Battery29................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Battery31................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Battery31................................................................................................................................................................
Storing A Battery31................................................................................................................................................................
Power Management Tips33................................................................................................................................................................
Power Management Wizard33................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Sleep Modes33................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Power Scheme34................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Battery Alarms And Actions35................................................................................................................................................................
Completing The Power Management Wizard35................................................................................................................................................................
Power Management Modes35................................................................................................................................................................
Standby Mode35................................................................................................................................................................
Hibernate Mode36................................................................................................................................................................
Power Options Properties36................................................................................................................................................................
Power Schemes Tab36................................................................................................................................................................
Alarms Tab37................................................................................................................................................................
Power Meter Tab37................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Tab37................................................................................................................................................................
Hibernate Tab37................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Volume40................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Picture41................................................................................................................................................................
Numeric Keypad43................................................................................................................................................................
Key Combinations44................................................................................................................................................................
System Functions44................................................................................................................................................................
Battery44................................................................................................................................................................
Display Functions44................................................................................................................................................................
Radios (including Wireless Networking)44................................................................................................................................................................
Power Management44................................................................................................................................................................
Speaker Functions45................................................................................................................................................................
Touch Pad46................................................................................................................................................................
Customizing The Touch Pad46................................................................................................................................................................
Pc Card Types47................................................................................................................................................................
Extended Pc Cards47................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Pc Card47................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Pc Card Or Blank48................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting To A Network Adapter49................................................................................................................................................................
Network Setup Wizard49................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting To A Wireless Local Area Network50................................................................................................................................................................
Determining Your Network Type50................................................................................................................................................................
Dell Diagnostics53................................................................................................................................................................
When To Use The Dell Diagnostics53................................................................................................................................................................
Drive Problems55................................................................................................................................................................
Cd And Dvd Drive Problems56................................................................................................................................................................
If There Is No Audio56................................................................................................................................................................
If You Hear An Unfamiliar Scraping Or Grinding Sound56................................................................................................................................................................
Hard Drive Problems56................................................................................................................................................................
E-mail, Modem, And Internet Problems57................................................................................................................................................................
Error Messages58................................................................................................................................................................
Keyboard Problems59................................................................................................................................................................
External Keyboard Problems60................................................................................................................................................................
Unexpected Characters60................................................................................................................................................................
Lockups And Software Problems61................................................................................................................................................................
The Computer Does Not Start Up61................................................................................................................................................................
The Computer Stops Responding61................................................................................................................................................................
Slow Computer Performance Or Problems Connecting To The Internet61................................................................................................................................................................
A Program Stops Responding61................................................................................................................................................................
A Program Crashes Repeatedly62................................................................................................................................................................
A Program Is Designed For An Earlier Windows Operating System62................................................................................................................................................................
A Solid Blue Screen Appears62................................................................................................................................................................
Other Software Problems62................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Problems63................................................................................................................................................................
Network Problems63................................................................................................................................................................
Pc Card Problems64................................................................................................................................................................
Power Problems64................................................................................................................................................................
Printer Problems65................................................................................................................................................................
Scanner Problems66................................................................................................................................................................
Sound And Speaker Problems67................................................................................................................................................................
No Sound From Integrated Speakers67................................................................................................................................................................
No Sound From External Speakers67................................................................................................................................................................
No Sound From Headphones68................................................................................................................................................................
Touch Pad Or Mouse Problems68................................................................................................................................................................
Video And Display Problems69................................................................................................................................................................
If The Display Is Blank69................................................................................................................................................................
If The Display Is Difficult To Read70................................................................................................................................................................
If Only Part Of The Display Is Readable70................................................................................................................................................................
Drivers70................................................................................................................................................................
What Is A Driver70................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying Drivers71................................................................................................................................................................
Reinstalling Drivers And Utilities71................................................................................................................................................................
Resolving Software And Hardware Incompatibilities72................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring Your Operating System73................................................................................................................................................................
Using Microsoft Windows Xp System Restore73................................................................................................................................................................
Using Dell Pc Restore By Symantec74................................................................................................................................................................
Before You Begin77................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended Tools77................................................................................................................................................................
Turning Off Your Computer77................................................................................................................................................................
Before Working Inside Your Computer78................................................................................................................................................................
Memory79................................................................................................................................................................
Hard Drive81................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications83................................................................................................................................................................
Using The System Setup Program89................................................................................................................................................................
Overview89................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The System Setup Screens89................................................................................................................................................................
System Setup Screens90................................................................................................................................................................
Commonly Used Options90................................................................................................................................................................
Dell Technical Support Policy (u.s. Only)91................................................................................................................................................................
Definition Of "dell-installed" Software And Peripherals91................................................................................................................................................................
Definition Of "third-party" Software And Peripherals92................................................................................................................................................................
Macrovision Product Notice92................................................................................................................................................................
Fcc Notices (u.s. Only)92................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Dell93................................................................................................................................................................
Index111................................................................................................................................................................
Dell Dimension 2200 Service Manual

Dell Dimension 2200 Service Manual (82 pages)

Dell PowerEdge 2200 Servers: Service Manual  
Brand: Dell | Category: Server | Size: 2.92 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
System Overview9................................................................................................................................................................
System Features10................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-1. Computer Orientation10................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-2. Front-bezel Features11................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-3. Front/right Side Internal View12................................................................................................................................................................
System Memory13................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-4. Back/left Side Internal View13................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Expansion Subsystem14................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Server Management14................................................................................................................................................................
Video Controller14................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Scsi Controller14................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Hard-disk Drives15................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Configuration Guidelines15................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Id Numbers15................................................................................................................................................................
Device Termination16................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-5. Scsi Termination Jumper Examples17................................................................................................................................................................
System Unit18................................................................................................................................................................
System Power Supply18................................................................................................................................................................
Pin Assignments For The Dc Power Connectors18................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-1. Dc Voltage Ranges18................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-6. Dc Power Connector P119................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-7. Dc Power Connectors P2, P3, P4, P5, And P619................................................................................................................................................................
Dc Power Distribution20................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-8. Dc Power Connector P720................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-9. Dc Power Cables20................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-10. Dc Power Distribution21................................................................................................................................................................
System Board Layout22................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-11. System Board Components22................................................................................................................................................................
System Board Jumpers23................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-12. System Board Jumpers23................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-2. Jumper Descriptions24................................................................................................................................................................
Interrupt Assignments25................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-3. Interrupt Assignments25................................................................................................................................................................
Dma Channel Assignments26................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-4. Dreq Line Assignments26................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Specifications27................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-5. Technical Specifications27................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Troubleshooting31................................................................................................................................................................
Initial User Contact31................................................................................................................................................................
External Visual Inspection32................................................................................................................................................................
Observing The Boot Routine33................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Visual Inspection34................................................................................................................................................................
Eliminating Resource Conflicts35................................................................................................................................................................
Running The System Diagnostics35................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Help36................................................................................................................................................................
Beep Codes And Error Messages37................................................................................................................................................................
Post Beep Codes37................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-1. Post Beep Codes37................................................................................................................................................................
System Error Messages39................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-2. System Error Messages39................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing Parts43................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended Tools43................................................................................................................................................................
Precautionary Measures44................................................................................................................................................................
Computer Cover45................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-1. Computer Cover Removal45................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-2. Security Keylock45................................................................................................................................................................
Front Bezel46................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-3. Front Bezel Removal46................................................................................................................................................................
Front-bezel Inserts47................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-4. Plastic Insert Removal47................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-5. Metal Insert Removal48................................................................................................................................................................
Control Panel Assembly49................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-6. Control-panel Assembly Removal49................................................................................................................................................................
Drives50................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-7. Drive Hardware50................................................................................................................................................................
Externally Accessible Drives51................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-8. Externally Accessible Drives Removal51................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-9. Drive-mounting Rails And Extensions Removal52................................................................................................................................................................
Hard-disk Drives53................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-10. Hard-disk Drive Removal53................................................................................................................................................................
Expansion Cards54................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-11. Expansion Card Removal54................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-12. Power Supply Removal55................................................................................................................................................................
System Cooling Fan56................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-13. System Cooling-fan Removal56................................................................................................................................................................
System Board Components57................................................................................................................................................................
Dimms57................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-14. System Board Components57................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-15. Dimm Removal58................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-16. Dimm Installation58................................................................................................................................................................
System Board Assembly59................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-17. System Board Assembly Removal59................................................................................................................................................................
Microprocessor Module60................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-18. Removing The System Board Assembly From The Chassis60................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-19. Microprocessor Module Retention Screws61................................................................................................................................................................
From A Retention Bracket61................................................................................................................................................................
From The System Board62................................................................................................................................................................
Terminator Card63................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-22. Terminator Card Removal63................................................................................................................................................................
Microprocessor Retention Bracket64................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-23. Microprocessor Retention Bracket Removal64................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-24. Retention Bracket Screw Removal64................................................................................................................................................................
System Setup Screens65................................................................................................................................................................
System Battery65................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-25. System Battery Removal65................................................................................................................................................................
System Board66................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-26. System Board Removal66................................................................................................................................................................
Screen Conventions67................................................................................................................................................................
Key Function Box68................................................................................................................................................................
Screen Color Combinations69................................................................................................................................................................
Main Menu69................................................................................................................................................................
Figure A-1. Main Menu69................................................................................................................................................................
Boot Options Submenu71................................................................................................................................................................
Figure A-2. Boot Options Submenu71................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Menu72................................................................................................................................................................
Figure A-3. Advanced Menu72................................................................................................................................................................
Security Menu74................................................................................................................................................................
Figure A-4. Security Menu74................................................................................................................................................................
Exit Menu76................................................................................................................................................................
Figure A-5. Exit Menu76................................................................................................................................................................
Dell Dimension 2200 Replacement Manual

Dell Dimension 2200 Replacement Manual (9 pages)

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