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Hitachi HF-W2000 Instruction Manual

Hitachi HF-W2000 Instruction Manual (325 pages)

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Brand: Hitachi | Category: Desktop | Size: 5.85 MB
Table of contents
Vcci Notice5................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Instructions8................................................................................................................................................................
Display Screen33................................................................................................................................................................
Usb Device36................................................................................................................................................................
Bios Settings37................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents45................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions51................................................................................................................................................................
Work Flow53................................................................................................................................................................
Name And Function Of Each Part54................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-1 Name Of Each Part (front View)55................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-2 Name Of Each Part (rear View)56................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-3 Physical Configuration Inside Equipment57................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-1 Function Of Each Part58................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Environment63................................................................................................................................................................
Installation64................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-4 Operation And Service Clearance (top View)65................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-6 Exterior View (horizontal Installation On The Desktop)66................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Connection67................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-8 Hardware Connection68................................................................................................................................................................
Power Cord70................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-3 Power Cord And Plug Identification71................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 2 Operation73................................................................................................................................................................
Starting The Equipment74................................................................................................................................................................
Shutting Down The Equipment75................................................................................................................................................................
Power Shutdown76................................................................................................................................................................
Dvd Drive77................................................................................................................................................................
Ejecting A Cd Or Dvd78................................................................................................................................................................
Controlling The Power Using The Lan79................................................................................................................................................................
Turning On The Power Using The Lan80................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Lan Interface82................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Screen94................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3 Setup103................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Windows® 7105................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Basic Settings After Os Setup109................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Settings For Windows® 7114................................................................................................................................................................
Setup Procedure When Using Windows Xp Mode120................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 4 Precautions While The Os Is Running135................................................................................................................................................................
Event Log Entries While The Os Is Running136................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduled Functions By Default138................................................................................................................................................................
Security Enhancement Function146................................................................................................................................................................
Factory-shipped Network Settings147................................................................................................................................................................
Drawing Abnormality Due To Frequent Use Of Command Prompt148................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 5 Specifications149................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Space155................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Space156................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Interrupts157................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Port Settings158................................................................................................................................................................
Bios Setup159................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware System Clock164................................................................................................................................................................
Interface Specifications165................................................................................................................................................................
External Control Specifications171................................................................................................................................................................
External Interface Cable Length Specifications175................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 6 Checkup And Maintenance177................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix Handling Replaceable Components180................................................................................................................................................................
Installing And Removing Components181................................................................................................................................................................
Before Installing Or Removing Components182................................................................................................................................................................
Installing And Removing The Cover Of The Equipment183................................................................................................................................................................
Installing And Removing An Extension Board184................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-3 Removing The Pci Cover185................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-4 Removing An Extension Board186................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-5 Installing An Extension Board187................................................................................................................................................................
Installing And Removing An External Control Board188................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-6 Removing The Ffc Cable189................................................................................................................................................................
Installing And Removing A Main Memory191................................................................................................................................................................
Installing And Removing An Hdd Or Ssd194................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-8 Removing An Hdd Or Ssd195................................................................................................................................................................
Installing And Removing A Dvd Drive197................................................................................................................................................................
Installing And Removing A Dust Filter198................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching And Detaching The Vertical Stand199................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Lithium Battery200................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling The Remote Power On Function202................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-14 Removing A Jumper Socket203................................................................................................................................................................
A Recovery Dvd205................................................................................................................................................................
Preparation206................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring The System Drive Back To The Factory-shipped Condition207................................................................................................................................................................
Errors Generated During A Restoration Process And Their Corrective Actions217................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 8 Maintenance Operations218................................................................................................................................................................
Collecting A Memory Dump223................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Dump Confirmation Messages225................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Settings Related To A Memory Dump226................................................................................................................................................................
Startup Suppression On Serious Failure Detection228................................................................................................................................................................
Maintenance Operation Commands229................................................................................................................................................................
Log Information Collection Command (logsave)230................................................................................................................................................................
Table 8-4 Error Messages Of The Logsave Command231................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Dump File Copy Command (mdump)232................................................................................................................................................................
Table 8-5 Error Messages Of The Mdump Command233................................................................................................................................................................
Disk Area Allocation Command For Saving A Memory Dump (createdmp)234................................................................................................................................................................
Table 8-6 Error Messages Of The Createdmp Command235................................................................................................................................................................
Ras Information Display Command (getrasinfo)236................................................................................................................................................................
Table 8-8 Error Messages Of The Getrasinfo Command244................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 9 Troubleshooting246................................................................................................................................................................
Problems That Occur After The Os Startup247................................................................................................................................................................
Countermeasures248................................................................................................................................................................
Stop Error Codes264................................................................................................................................................................
Table 9-2 Action List For Stop Error Code 0x80265................................................................................................................................................................
Event Log266................................................................................................................................................................
Table 9-3 Event Log Entries Unique To The Equipment268................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The System Load By Using Performance Monitor272................................................................................................................................................................
Table 9-4 Performance Counters Related To The Performance Of The Equipment274................................................................................................................................................................
Digital Led For Status Indication276................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying A Hardware Status Code278................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 10 Software Raid1280................................................................................................................................................................
Functions Of Software Raid1282................................................................................................................................................................
Setup283................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Status Of The Software Raid1284................................................................................................................................................................
Checking By The Hardware Status Window285................................................................................................................................................................
Checking By The Software Raid1 Utility286................................................................................................................................................................
Detecting A Failure287................................................................................................................................................................
Recovery From A Failure In One Hdd288................................................................................................................................................................
Recovery From Power Failure During Operation Of The System296................................................................................................................................................................
When A Problem Occurs During Recovery Work297................................................................................................................................................................
Recovery From Failure298................................................................................................................................................................
Preventive Maintenance299................................................................................................................................................................
Recovery Using A Backup Hdd301................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Periodical Hdd Replacement302................................................................................................................................................................
Data Matching Procedure304................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Software Raid Utility305................................................................................................................................................................
Starting And Exiting The Software Raid Utility306................................................................................................................................................................
Status Display Function308................................................................................................................................................................
Rebuilding Function309................................................................................................................................................................
Consistency Check Function313................................................................................................................................................................
Array Creation Function317................................................................................................................................................................
Drive Initialization Function319................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Error Message322................................................................................................................................................................

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