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About this Manual

Purpose

This service guide aims to furnish technical information to the service engineers and advanced
users when upgrading, configuring, or repairing the Extensa 365 notebook.

Manual Structure

This service guide consists of four chapters and seven appendices as follows:

Chapter 1 System Introduction


This chapter gives the technical specifications for the notebook and its peripherals.

Chapter 2 BIOS Setup Information


This chapter includes the system BIOS information, focusing on the BIOS setup utility.

Chapter 3 Disassembly and Unit Replacement


This chapter tells how to disassemble the notebook and replace components.

Appendix A Model Number Definition


This appendix shows the different configuration options for the 365 series notebook
computer.

Appendix B Compatibility Test Report Excerpt


This appendix contains the compatibility test report of the notebook.

Appendix C BIOS POST Checkpoint


This appendix lists the POST checkpoints of the notebook BIOS.

Appendix D Silk Screen


This appendix contains the silk screen of the notebook.

Appendix E Spare Parts List


This appendix lists the spare parts for the 365 series notebook computer with their part
numbers and other information.

Appendix G Schematics
This appendix contains the schematic diagrams for the system board.

Appendix H Troubleshooting to Board Repairing


If you need help…….

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Conventions

The following are the conventions used in this manual:

Text entered by user Represents parameter settings and text input by the user.

Screen messages Denotes actual messages that appear onscreen.

Represent the actual keys that you have to press on the


, , , etc. keyboard.

NOTE
Gives bits and pieces of additional information related to
the current topic.

WARNING
Alerts you to any damage that might result from doing or
not doing specific actions.

CAUTION
Gives precautionary measures to avoid possible hardware
or software problems.

IMPORTANT
Reminds you to do specific actions relevant to the
accomplishment of procedures.

TIP
Tells how to accomplish a procedure with minimum steps
through little shortcuts.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 System Introduction


1.1 Overview......................................................................................................... 1-1

1.2 Jumpers and Connectors ............................................................................... 1-2

1.3 Hardware Configuration and Specification ..................................................... 1-4

1.3.1 Memory Address Map..................................................................... 1-4

1.3.2 Interrupt Channel Map .................................................................... 1-4

1.3.3 DMA Channel Map.......................................................................... 1-5

1.3.4 I/O Address Map ............................................................................. 1-5

1.3.5 Processor........................................................................................ 1-6

1.3.6 BIOS ............................................................................................... 1-6

1.3.7 System Memory .............................................................................. 1-6

1.3.8 Second-Level Cache....................................................................... 1-7

1.3.9 Video Memory ................................................................................. 1-7

1.3.10 Video ............................................................................................... 1-7

1.3.11 Parallel Port..................................................................................... 1-8

1.3.12 Serial Port ....................................................................................... 1-9

1.3.13 Audio ............................................................................................... 1-9

1.3.14 PCMCIA .......................................................................................... 1-9

1.3.15 Touchpad ...................................................................................... 1-10

1.3.16 Keyboard....................................................................................... 1-10

1.3.17 FDD............................................................................................... 1-11

1.3.18 HDD .............................................................................................. 1-11

1.3.19 CD-ROM ....................................................................................... 1-12

1.3.20 Battery........................................................................................... 1-12

1.3.21 Charger ......................................................................................... 1-13

1.3.22 DC-DC Converter.......................................................................... 1-14

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1.3.23 DC-AC Inverter.............................................................................. 1-14

1.3.24 LCD ............................................................................................... 1-14

1.3.25 AC Adapter.................................................................................... 1-15

1.4 Software Configuration and Specification..................................................... 1-17

1.4.1 BIOS.............................................................................................. 1-17

1.4.2 Drivers, Applications and Utilities.................................................. 1-23

1.5 Block Diagrams ............................................................................................ 1-25

1.5.1 System .......................................................................................... 1-25

1.5.2 Clock ............................................................................................. 1-26

1.6 Environmental Requirements ...................................................................... 1-27

1.7 Mechanical Specifications ............................................................................ 1-28

Chapter 2 BIOS Setup


2.1 Basic System Settings.................................................................................... 2-3

2.2 Startup Configuration...................................................................................... 2-4

2.3 Onboard Devices Configuration ..................................................................... 2-6

2.4 System Security.............................................................................................. 2-8

2.5 Power Management Settings ....................................................................... 2-10

2.6 Load Default Settings ................................................................................... 2-12

Chapter 3 Disassembly and Unit Replacement


3.1 General Information........................................................................................ 3-2

3.1.1 Before You Begin ............................................................................ 3-2

3.1.2 Connector Types............................................................................. 3-3

3.1.3 Disassembly Sequence................................................................... 3-4

3.2 Installing Memory ........................................................................................... 3-6

3.3 Removing the Modem Board.......................................................................... 3-8

3.4 Removing the Hard Disk Drive ....................................................................... 3-9

3.5 Removing the Keyboard ............................................................................... 3-10

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3.6 Disassembling the Inside Frame Assembly ................................................. 3-12

3.6.1 Removing the Heat Sink Assembly............................................... 3-12

3.6.2 Removing the Display ................................................................... 3-13

3.6.3 Removing the Internal Drive ......................................................... 3-14

3.6.4 Replacing the CPU ....................................................................... 3-15

3.6.5 Detaching the Top Cover .............................................................. 3-16

3.6.6 Removing the Mainboard.............................................................. 3-17

3.6.7 Disassembling the Mainboard....................................................... 3-19

3.6.8 Disassembling the Top Cover....................................................... 3-20

3.7 Disassembling the Display ........................................................................... 3-21

Appendices
Appendix A Model Number Definition

Appendix B Compatibility Test Report Excerpt

Appendix C BIOS POST Checkpoint

Appendix D Silk Screen

Appendix E Spare Parts List

Appendix F Explored View Diagram

Appendix G Schematics

Appendix H Ttroubleshooting to Board Repairing

List of Figures
1-1 Jumpers and Connectors (Top View)............................................................. 1-2

1-2 Jumpers and Connectors (Bottom View) ....................................................... 1-3

1-3 Power Management Block Diagram............................................................. 1-18

1-4 System Block Diagram ................................................................................. 1-25

1-5 Clock Block Diagram.................................................................................... 1-26

3-1 Removing the Battery Pack............................................................................ 3-2

3-2 Using Connectors With Locks........................................................................ 3-3

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3-3 Disassembly Sequence Flowchart ................................................................. 3-5

3-4 Removing the Memory Door........................................................................... 3-6

3-5 Installing and Removing Memory ................................................................... 3-7

3-6 Removing the Modem Board.......................................................................... 3-8

3-7 Removing the Hard Disk Drive ....................................................................... 3-9

3-8 Removing the Display Hinge Covers............................................................ 3-10

3-9 Removing the Keyboard ............................................................................... 3-10

3-10 Unplugging the Keyboard Connectors.......................................................... 3-11

3-11 Removing the LED Cover............................................................................. 3-12

3-12 Removing the Heat Sink Assembly .............................................................. 3-12

3-13 Unplugging the Display Cable ...................................................................... 3-13

3-14 Removing the Display Hinge Screws ........................................................... 3-13

3-15 Removing the Display Hinge Screws ........................................................... 3-14

3-16 Removing the Internal Drive ......................................................................... 3-15

3-17 Replacing the CPU ....................................................................................... 3-15

3-18 Removing Cables ......................................................................................... 3-16

3-19 Removing Cables ......................................................................................... 3-16

3-20 Detaching the Top Cover.............................................................................. 3-17

3-21 Removing the Keyboard/Touchpad Board and


DC-DC Converter Board Cover .................................................................... 3-17

3-22 Removing the DC-DC Converter Board ....................................................... 3-18

3-23 Removing the Mainboard ............................................................................. 3-18

3-24 Removing the Charger Board....................................................................... 3-19

3-25 Removing the PCMCIA Sockets .................................................................. 3-19

3-26 Removing the Hard Disk Drive Heat Sink .................................................... 3-20

3-27 Removing the Touchpad and Speakers ....................................................... 3-20

3-28 Removing the LCD Bumpers........................................................................ 3-21

3-29 Removing the Display Bezel Screws ............................................................ 3-21

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3-30 Removing the Display Bezel......................................................................... 3-22

3-31 Removing the Inverter Board ....................................................................... 3-22

3-32 Removing the LCD Panel............................................................................. 3-23

3-33 Removing the display cable from LCD Panel............................................... 3-23

List of Tables
1-1 SW1 Switch Settings ...................................................................................... 1-3

1-2 Memory Address Map .................................................................................... 1-4

1-3 Interrupt Channel Map.................................................................................... 1-4

1-4 DMA Channel Map ......................................................................................... 1-5

1-5 I/O Address Map ............................................................................................ 1-5

1-6 Processor Specifications ................................................................................ 1-6

1-7 BIOS Specifications....................................................................................... 1-6

1-8 Memory Configurations .................................................................................. 1-7

1-9 Video RAM Configuration............................................................................... 1-7

1-10 Video Hardware Specification ....................................................................... 1-7

1-11 Supported External CRT Resolutions ............................................................ 1-8

1-12 Supported LCD Resolutions........................................................................... 1-8

1-13 Parallel Port Configurations........................................................................... 1-8

1-14 Serial Port Configurations .............................................................................. 1-9

1-15 Audio Specifications ....................................................................................... 1-9

1-16 PCMCIA Specifications ................................................................................ 1-10

1-17 Touchpad Specifications .............................................................................. 1-10

1-18 Keyboard Specifications ............................................................................... 1-10

1-19 Windows 95 Key Descriptions..................................................................... 1-11

1-20 FDD Specifications....................................................................................... 1-11

1-21 HDD Specifications ...................................................................................... 1-11

1-22 CD-ROM Specifications ............................................................................... 1-12

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1-23 Battery Specifications ................................................................................... 1-12

1-24 Charger Specifications ................................................................................. 1-13

1-25 DC-DC Converter Specifications.................................................................. 1-14

1-26 DC-AC Inverter Specifications...................................................................... 1-14

1-27 LCD Specifications ....................................................................................... 1-14

1-28 AC Adapter Specifications............................................................................ 1-15

1-29 Hotkey Descriptions...................................................................................... 1-17

1-30 Standby Mode Conditions and Descriptions................................................. 1-19

1-31 Light Green Mode Conditions and Descriptions ........................................... 1-20

1-32 Hibernation Mode Conditions and Descriptions ........................................... 1-21

1-33 Display Standby Mode Conditions and Descriptions .................................... 1-21

1-34 Hard Disk Standby Mode Conditions and Descriptions................................ 1-22

1-35 Location of Drivers in the System Utility CD................................................. 1-23

1-36 Location of Applications in the System Utility CD ......................................... 1-24

2-1 Basic System Settings Parameters ................................................................ 2-3

2-2 Startup Configuration Parameters.................................................................. 2-4

2-3 Onboard Devices Configuration Parameters.................................................. 2-6

2-4 System Security Parameters .......................................................................... 2-8

2-5 Power Management Settings ....................................................................... 2-10

3-1 Guide to Disassembly Sequence ................................................................... 3-4

C-1 POST Checkpoint List ....................................................................................E-1

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System Introduction

1.1 Overview
This computer combines high-performance, versatility, power management features and multimedia
capabilities with unique style and ergonomic design. This computer was designed with the user in
mind. Here are just a few of its many features:

• Performance
• Intel Pentium® processor with MMX™ technology
• 64-bit main memory and external (L2) cache memory
• Large LCD display and PCI local bus video with graphics acceleration
• Internal CD-ROM drive and external 3.5-inch floppy drive (CD-ROM drive model)
• Internal 3.5-inch floppy drive (FDD model)
• High-capacity, Enhanced-IDE hard disk
• Nickel Metal-Hydride battery pack
• Power management system with light green, standby and hibernation power saving modes

• Multimedia
• 16-bit high-fidelity stereo audio with 3-D sound
• Built-in dual speakers
• Ultra-slim, high-speed CD-ROM drive

• Connectivity
• High-speed fax/data modem port
• USB (Universal Serial Bus) port

• Human-centric Design and Ergonomics


• Lightweight and slim
• Sleek, smooth and stylish design
• Full-sized keyboard and wide palmrest
• Ergonomically-centered touchpad pointing device

• Expansion
• CardBus PC card (formerly PCMCIA) slots (two type II/I or one type III) with ZV (Zoomed
Video) port support
• User-upgradeable memory and hard disk

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1.2 Jumpers and Connectors
TOP VIEW

CN1 CN2 PH1 PH2 PH3 CN9 CN10 CN3 CN4

CN5
CN7
CN6
CN8
CN11
CN12
SW1

CN14 CN13

CN15
CN16

CN17

CN18

GF1

PCB No. 97160-1

CN1 USB port CN9 Internal speaker connector (left) CN17 CPU board connector
CN2 VGA port CN10 Internal speaker connector (right) CN18 Battery connector
CN3 Parallel port CN11 PCMCIA socket connector SW1 KB/password/logo setting
CN4 Serial port CN12 Inverter connector switch
CN5 RJ-11 phone jack CN13 FDD/CD-ROM connector GF1 Golden finger for debug card
CN6 LCD connector CN14 Internal keyboard/touchpad connector PH1 Microphone connector
CN7 DC-DC connector CN15 HDD connector PH2 Line-In connector
CN8 Charger connector CN16 CD-ROM connector PH3 Line-out connector

Figure 1-1 Jumpers and Connectors (Top View)

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BOTTOM VIEW

CN20

CN19

CN21
PCB No. 97160-1

CN19 Modem connector


CN20 Modem connector
CN21 DIMM socket

Figure 1-2 Jumpers and Connectors (Bottom View)

The following tables list the switch settings for SW1.

Table 1-1 SW1 Switch Settings

ON OFF
Switch 1 (Logo Screen) OEM Acer
Switch 2 (Password) Bypass Check
English European Japanese Korean
Switch 3 (KB Language) Off On Off On
Switch 4 (KB Language) Off Off On On

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1.3 Hardware Configuration and Specification

1.3.1 Memory Address Map


Table 1-2 Memory Address Map

Address Range Definition Function


000000 - 09FFFF 640 KB memory Base memory
0A0000 - 0BFFFF 128 KB video RAM Reserved for graphics display buffer
0C0000 - 0CBFFF Video BIOS Video BIOS
0F0000 - 0FFFFF 64 KB system BIOS System BIOS
100000 - top limited Extended memory SIMM memory
FE0000 - FFFFFF 256 KB system ROM Duplicate of code assignment at 0E0000-0FFFFF

1.3.2 Interrupt Channel Map


Table 1-3 Interrupt Channel Map

Priority Interrupt Number Interrupt Source


1 SMI Power management unit
2 NMI Parity error detected, I/O channel error
3 IRQ 0 Interval timer, counter 0 output
4 IRQ 1 Keyboard
IRQ 2 Interrupt from controller 2 (cascade)
5 IRQ 8 Real-time clock /
6 IRQ 9 Cascaded to INT 0AH (IRQ 2) / Audio / PCMCIA/Internal Modem
7 IRQ 10 Audio (option) / PCMCIA / Internal modem / Serial communication
8 port 2 / PCMCIA / USB
9 IRQ 11 Audio (option) / PCMCIA / Internal modem / Serial communication
10 port 1 / PCMCIA
11 IRQ 12 PS/2 mouse
12 IRQ 13 INT from coprocessor
13 IRQ 14 Hard disk controller / PCMCIA controller
14 IRQ 15 CD-ROM controller / PCMCIA controller
15 IRQ 3 Serial communication port 2 / Internal modem / Audio / PCMCIA
16 IRQ 4 Serial communication port 1 / Internal modem / Audio / PCMCIA
17 IRQ 5 Parallel port (option) / Audio / PCMCIA
18 IRQ 6 Diskette controller
19 IRQ 7 Parallel port (option) / Audio / Internal Modem

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1.3.3 DMA Channel Map
Table 1-4 DMA Channel Map

Controller Channel Address Function


1 0 0087 Audio (option) / Audio
1 1 0083 Audio (option) / ECP / Audio
1 2 0081 Diskette
1 3 0082 Audio (option) / ECP
2 4 Cascade Cascade
2 5 008B Not support
2 6 0089 Not support
2 7 008A Audio (option)

1.3.4 I/O Address Map


Table 1-5 I/O Address Map

Address Range Device


000 - 00F DMA controller-1
020 - 021 Interrupt controller-1
040 - 043 Timer 1
048 - 04B Timer 2
060 - 06E Keyboard controller 8742 chip select
070 - 071 Real-time clock and NMI mask
080 - 08F DMA page register
0A0 - 0A1 Interrupt controller-2
0C0 - 0DF DMA controller-2
1F0 - 1F7 Hard disk select
220 - 22F Audio (option) - default
230 - 23F Audio (option)
240 - 24F Audio (option)
250 - 25F Audio (option)
278 - 27F Parallel port 3
2E8 - 2EF COM 4
2F8 - 2FF COM 2
378, 37A Parallel port 2
3BC - 3BE Parallel port 1
3B4, 3B5, 3BA Video subsystem
3C0 - 3C5 Video subsystem
3C6 - 3C9 Video DAC
3C0 - 3CF Enhanced graphics display
3D0 - 3DF Color graphics adapter
3E0 - 3E1 PCMCIA controller
3E8 - 3EF COM3
3F0 - 3F7 Floppy disk controller
3F8 - 3FF COM 1
CF8 - CFF PCI configuration register

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1.3.5 Processor
Table 1-6 Processor Specifications

Item Specification
CPU type P55C-166, Tillamook-200/233
CPU package TCP
Switchable processor speed (Y/N) Yes
Minimum working speed 0MHz
CPU core voltage 2.45V/1.8V/1.8V
CPU I/O voltage 3.3V/2.5V/2.5V

1.3.6 BIOS
Table 1-7 BIOS Specifications

Item Specification
BIOS vendor Acer
BIOS version V3.0
BIOS in flash EPROM (Y/N) Yes
BIOS ROM size 256KB
BIOS package type 32-pin PLCC
Same BIOS for STN color/TFT color (Y/N) Yes

The BIOS can be overwritten/upgradeable using the "AFLASH" utility


(AFLASH.EXE). Please refer to software specification section for details.

1.3.7 System Memory

Memory is upgradeable from 16 to 80 MB, employing 16-/32-/64-MB 64-bit soDIMMs (Small Outline
Dual Inline Memory Modules). After installing the memory modules, the system automatically
detects and reconfigures the total memory size during the POST routines. The following lists
important memory specifications.

• Memory bus width: 64-bit

• Expansion RAM module type:144-pin, 64-bit, small outline Dual Inline Memory Module
(soDIMM)

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• Expansion RAM module size/configuration:
• 8MB (1M*16x4)
• 16MB (2M*8x8)
• 32MB (4M*16x4)
• 64MB (8M*8x8)

• Expansion RAM module speed/voltage/package: 60ns/3.3v/TSOP EDO

• EDO and fast-page mode DIMMs may be used together in a memory configuration.

The following table lists all possible memory configurations.

Table 1-8 Memory Configurations

On Board Slot 1 Total Memory


16 MB 0 MB 16 MB
16 MB 16 MB 32 MB
16 MB 32 MB 48 MB
16 MB 64MB 80 MB

1.3.8 Second-Level Cache

This notebook has 256KB second-level (L2) cache onboard.

1.3.9 Video Memory


Table 1-9 Video RAM Configuration

Item Specification
Fixed or upgradeable Fixed, build in chip
Memory size/configuration 1.1MB
Memory speed 50ns
Memory voltage 3.3V

1.3.10 Video
Table 1-10 Video Hardware Specification

Item Specification
Video chip NeoMagic 2097
Working voltage 3.3V

System Introduction 1-7


External CRT Resolution Support

Table 1-11 Supported External CRT Resolutions

Resolution x Color on CRT Refresh Rate Simultaneous on Simultaneous on


External CRT TFT LCD STN LCD
CRT only Simultaneous SVGA SVGA
640x480x16 60 60 Y Y
640x480x256 60,75,85 60 Y Y
640x480x65,536 60,75,85 60 Y Y
640x480x16,777,216 60,75,85 60 Y Y
800x600x256 60,75,85 60 Y Y
800x600x65,536 60,75,85 60 Y Y
1024x768x256 60,75,85 60 Y Y

LCD Resolution Support

Table 1-12 Supported LCD Resolutions

Resolution x Color on LCD Only* TFT LCD (SVGA) DSTN LCD (SVGA)
640x480x16 Y Y
640x480x256 Y Y
640x480x65,536 Y Y
640x480x16,777,216 Y Y
800x600x256 Y Y
800x600x65,536 Y Y
1024x768x256 Y Y
* Maximum resolution (External CRT): 1024x768

Using software, you can set the LCD to a higher resolution than its physical
resolution, but the image shown on the LCD will pan.

1.3.11 Parallel Port


Table 1-13 Parallel Port Configurations

Item Specification
Number of parallel ports 1
ECP support Yes (set by BIOS setup)
Connector type 25-pin D-type
Location Rear side
Selectable parallel port (by BIOS Setup) • Parallel port : Enabled / Disabled
• Base Address: 378h/278h/3BCH
• IRQ: 7/ 5

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1.3.12 Serial Port
Table 1-14 Serial Port Configurations

Item Specification
Number of serial ports 1
16550 UART support Yes
Connector type 9-pin D-type
Location Rear side
Selectable serial port (by BIOS Setup) • Serial Port : Enabled / Disabled
• Base Address : 3F8h / 2F8h / 3E8h / 2E8h
• IRQ: 4 /11

1.3.13 Audio
Table 1-15 Audio Specifications

Item Specification
Chipset YMF715
Audio onboard or optional Built-in
Mono or stereo Stereo
Resolution 16-bit
Compatibility SB-16 , Windows Sound System
Mixed sound sources Voice, Synthesizer, Line-in, Microphone, CD
Voice channel 8-/16-bit, mono/stereo
Sampling rate 44.1 kHz
Internal microphone No
Internal speaker / quantity Yes / 2 pcs.
Microphone jack Yes
Headphone jack Yes

1.3.14 PCMCIA

PCMCIA is an acronym for Personal Computer Memory Card International Association. The
PCMCIA committee set out to standardize a way to add credit-card size peripheral devices to a wide
range of personal computers with as little effort as possible.

There are two type II/I or one type III PC Card slots found on the left panel of the notebook. These
slots accept credit-card-sized cards that enhances the usability and expandability of the notebook.

ZV (Zoomed Video) port support allows your system to support hardware MPEG in the form of a ZV
PC card.

System Introduction 1-9


Table 1-16 PCMCIA Specifications

Item Specification
Chipset O2 Micro OZ6833
Supported card type Type-II / Type-III
Number of slots Two Type-II or one Type-III
Access location Left side
ZV (Zoomed Video) port support Yes

1.3.15 Touchpad
Table 1-17 Touchpad Specifications

Item Specification
Vendor & model name Synaptics TM3202TPD-226
Power supply voltage (V) 5 ± 10%
Location Palm-rest center
Internal & external pointing device work simultaneously Yes
Support external pointing device hot plug Yes
X/Y position resolution (points/mm) 20
Interface PS/2 (compatible with Microsoft mouse driver)

1.3.16 Keyboard
Table 1-18 Keyboard Specifications

Item Specification
Vendor & model name SMK KAS1901-0161R (English)
Total number of keypads 84/85 keys
Windows 95 keys Yes, (Logo key / Application key):
Internal & external keyboard work simultaneously Yes

Windows 95 Keys

The keyboard has two keys that perform Windows 95-specific functions. See Table 1-26.

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Table 1-19 Windows 95 Key Descriptions

Key Description
Windows logo key Start button. Combinations with this key performs special functions, e.g.:
• Windows + Tab Activate next Taskbar button
• Windows + E Explore My Computer
• Windows + F Find Document
• Windows + M Minimize All
• Shift + Windows + M Undo Minimize All
• Windows + R Display Run dialog box
Application key Opens the application’s context menu (same as right-click).

1.3.17 FDD
Table 1-20 FDD Specifications

Item Specification
Vendor & model name Mitsumi D353F2
Floppy Disk Specifications
Media recognition 2DD (720K) 2HD (1.2M, 3-mode) 2HD (1.44M)
Sectors / track 9 15 18
Tracks 80 80 80
Data transfer rate (Kbits/s) 250 300 500 500
Rotational speed (RPM) 300 360 360 300
Read/write heads 2
Encoding method MFM
Power Requirement
Input Voltage (V) +5 ± 10%

1.3.18 HDD
Table 1-21 HDD Specifications

Item Specification
Vendor & Model Name Hitachi DK225A-21 IBM DTNA22160 IBM DDLA21620
Drive Format
Capacity (MB) 2160 2160 1620
Bytes per sector 512 512 512
Logical heads 16 16 16
Logical sectors 63 63 63
Drive Format
Logical cylinders 4889 4200 3152
Physical read/write heads 6 6 3
Disks 3 3 2

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Table 1-21 HDD Specifications

Item Specification
Spindle speed (RPM) 4464 4000 4000
Performance Specifications
Buffer size (KB) 128 96 96
Interface ATA-3(IDE) ATA-3 ATA-3
Data transfer rate 5.7 ~ 9.0 5 ~ 7.7 5 ~ 8.3
(disk-buffer, Mbytes/s)
Data transfer rate 16.6 /33.3 16.6 16.6
(host-buffer, Mbytes/s) (max., PIO mode 4) (max., PIO mode 4) (max., PIO mode 4)
DC Power Requirements
Voltage tolerance (V) 5 ± 5% 5 + 5% 5 ± 5%

1.3.19 CD-ROM
Table 1-22 CD-ROM Specifications

Item Specification
Vendor & Model Name Teac-20X
Performance Specification
Speed (KB/sec) 2100 (ave. speed), 3000 (max.)
Access time (ms) 150 (Typ.)
Buffer memory (KB) 128
Interface Enhanced IDE (ATAPI) compatible
Applicable disc format CD-DA, CD-ROM, CD-ROM XA (except ADPCM), CD-I, Photo CD
(Multisession), Video CD, CD+
Loading mechanism Soft eject (with emergency eject hole)
Power Requirement
Input Voltage (V) 5

1.3.20 Battery
Table 1-23 Battery Specifications

Item Specification
Battery gauge on screen Yes, by hotkey
Vendor & model name Solomonbtp-1631(pack)/Toshiba(cell)
Battery type NiMH
Cell capacity (mAH) 3500
Cell voltage (V) 1.2
Number of battery cell 7-cell
Package configuration 7 serial
Package voltage (V) 8.4

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Table 1-23 Battery Specifications

Item Specification
Package capacity (WAH) 3500
Second battery No

1.3.21 Charger

To charge the battery, place the battery pack inside the battery compartment and plug the AC
adapter into the notebook and an electrical outlet. The adapter has three charging modes:

• Rapid mode
The notebook uses rapid charging when power is turned off and a powered AC adapter is
connected to it. In rapid mode, a fully depleted battery gets fully charged in approximately two
hours.

• Charge-in-use mode
When the notebook is in use with the AC adapter plugged in, the notebook also charges the
battery pack if installed. This mode will take longer to fully charge a battery than rapid mode.
In charge-in-use mode, a fully depleted battery gets fully charged in approximately six to eight
hours.

• Trickle mode
The adapter charges the battery pack for two hours using trickle current 17 ± 3mA, then shifts
to 1/10 duty pulse trickle charge to keep the battery capacity at 100%.

Table 1-24 Charger Specifications

Item Specification
Vendor & model name Ambit T62.096.C.00
Input voltage (from adapter, V) 0-24
Output current (to DC/DC converter, A) 4.3
Battery Low Voltage
Battery Low 1 level (V) 8.2 ± 0.15
Battery Low 2 level (V) 7.8 ± 0.15
Battery Low 3 level (V) 6.8 ± 0.15
Charge Current
Background charge (charge even system is still operative, A) 0.9 ± 0.1 (typ.)
Normal charge (charge while system is not operative, A) 2.0 ± 0.1(typ.)
Charging Protection
Maximum temperature protection ( ) 60

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1.3.22 DC-DC Converter

DC-DC converter generates multiple DC voltage level for whole system unit use.

Table 1-25 DC-DC Converter Specifications

Item Specification
Vendor & model name Ambit T62.095.C.00
Input voltage (Vdc) 8~21
Output Rating 5V 3.3V Vcpu +12V +6V 5VSB
(2.47 /2.15
/1.8V/2.0V)
Current (w/ load, A) 0~3.2 0~3.3 0~6 0~0.15 0~0.1 0.005
Voltage ripple (max., mV) 50 50 50 100 300 75
Voltage noise (max., mV) 100 100 100 200 500 250
OVP (Over Voltage Protection, V) 6.1~8.0 4.2~6.2 3-4 - - -
OCP (Over Current Protection, A) 4-6 4-6 6.5-9 0.3-0.4 - -

1.3.23 DC-AC Inverter

DC-AC inverter is used to generate very high AC voltage, then supply to LCD CCFT backlight use,
and is also responsible for the control of LCD brightness. Avoid touching the DC-AC inverter area
while the system unit is turned on.

Table 1-26 DC-AC Inverter Specifications

Item Specification
Vendor & model name Ambit T62.104.C.00
Input voltage (V) 6.8(in.) - 22(max.)
Input current (mA) - - 750 (max.)
Output voltage (Vrms, no load) 1000 (min.) - 1600 (max.)
Output voltage frequency (kHz) 40 (min.) - 65 (max.)
Output current (mArms) 1.0~5.5 (min.) 1.5~6.1 (typ.) 2.0~6.7 (max.)

1.3.24 LCD
Table 1-27 LCD Specifications

Item Specification
Vendor & model name TORiSAN TORiSAN HITACHI
LM-JK53-22NFQ LM-JK53-22NFR-A TX31D21VC
Mechanical Specifications
LCD display area 12.1 12.1 12.1
(diagonal, inch)
Display technology STN STN TFT
Resolution SVGA (800x600) VGA (800x600) SVGA (800x600)

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Table 1-27 LCD Specifications

Item Specification
Supported colors -- -- 262,144 colors
Optical Specification
Contrast ratio 40 (typ.) 40 (typ.) 80 (typ.)
2
Brightness (cd/m ) 70 (typ.) 70 (typ.) 70 (typ.)
Brightness control keyboard hotkey keyboard hotkey keyboard hotkey
Contrast control using keyboard using keyboard none
hotkey hotkey
Electrical Specification
Supply voltage for LCD 3.3 or 5 (typ.) 3.3 or 5 (typ.) 3.0 ~ 3.6 (typ.)
display (V)
Supply voltage for LCD 630 (typ.) 630 (typ.) 595(typ.), 660(max)
backlight (Vrms)

1.3.25 AC Adapter
Table 1-28 AC Adapter Specifications

Item Specification
Vendor & model name Delta ADP-45GB Rev. E3, E5
Input Requirements
Nominal voltages (Vrms) 90 - 270
Nominal frequency (Hz) 47 - 63
Frequency variation range (Hz) 47 - 63
Maximum input current (A, @90Vac, full load) 1.5 A
Inrush current The maximum inrush current will be less than 50A and
100A when the adapter is connected to 115Vac(60Hz)
and 230Vac(50Hz) respectively.
Efficiency It should provide an efficiency of 83% minimum, when
measured at maximum load under 115V(60Hz).
Output Ratings (CV mode)
DC output voltage (V) +19.0V~20.5V
Noise + Ripple (mV) 300mvp-pmax (20Mhz bandwidth)
Output Ratings (CV mode)
Load (A) 0 (min.) 2.4 (max.)
DC output voltage (V) +12 ~+19
Constant output (A) 2.75 ± 0.2
Dynamic Output Characteristics
Turn-on delay time (s, @115Vac) 2
Hold up time (ms; @115 Vac input, full load) 5 (min.)
Over Voltage Protection (OVP, V) 26

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Table 1-28 AC Adapter Specifications

Item Specification
Short circuit protection Output can be shorted without damage
Electrostatic discharge (ESD, kV) ±15 (at air discharge)
Dielectric Withstand Voltage
Primary to secondary 3000 Vac (or 4242 Vdc), 10 mA for 1 second
Leakage current 0.25 mA maximum @ 254 Vac, 60Hz.
Regulatory Requirements
Internal filter meets:
1. FCC class B requirements. (USA)
2. VDE 243/1991 class B requirements. (German)
3. CISPR 22 Class B requirements. (Scandinavia)
4. VCCI class II requirements. (Japan)

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1.4 Software Configuration and Specification

1.4.1 BIOS

The BIOS is compliant to PCI v2.1, APM v1.2, E-IDE and PnP specification. It also defines the
hotkey functions and controls the system power-saving flow.

Keyboard Hotkey Definition

The notebook supports the following hotkeys.

Table 1-29 Hotkey Descriptions

Hotkey Icon Function Description


Fn-Esc Hotkey Escape Exits the hotkey control.
Fn-F1 Hotkey Help Displays the hotkey list and help. Press | to exit the screen.
?
Fn-F2 Brightness Control Toggles between brightness control and contrast control.

Press the scale hotkeys (Fn- →and Fn -←) to increase and


decrease the brightness or contrast level.
Contrast Control Notebooks with TFT displays do not show the brightness
control icon.

Fn-F3 Display Toggle Switches display from LCD to CRT to both LCD and CRT.

Fn-F4 Battery Gauge Displays the battery gauge.

Fn-F5 Volume Control Press the scale hotkeys (Fn-→ and Fn-←) to increase and
decrease the output level.

Fn-F6 Setup Gains access to BIOS Setup’s Advanced System


Configuration parameters.
Fn-F7 Hibernation/Standby Enters hibernation mode if the 0-volt suspend function is
installed and enabled; otherwise, the notebook enters standby
mode.
Fn-→ Scale Increase Increases the setting of the current icon.
Fn-← Scale Decrease Decreases the setting of the current icon.
Fn-T Toggle Touchpad Turns the internal touchpad on and off.

When the available hotkey is toggled, the system will issue a beep to enter the
assigned process.

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MultiBoot

The system can boot from the FDD, External FDD, HDD, or CD-ROM. The user can select the
desired booting process to boot the system. If the CD-ROM is bootable, the BIOS will override the
other process to boot the system directly.

Power Management

This computer has a built-in power management unit that monitors system activity. System activity
refers to any activity involving one or more of the following devices: keyboard, mouse, floppy drive,
hard disk, peripherals connected to the serial and parallel ports, and video memory. If no activity is
detected for a period of time (called an inactivity time-out), the computer stops some or all of these
devices in order to conserve energy.

This computer employs an innovative power management technique called Heuristic Power
Management or HPM. HPM allows the computer to provide maximum power conservation and
maximum performance at the same time.

Power management methods used by most computers are timer-based. You set inactivity time-out
values for the display, hard disk, and other devices. The computer then "sleeps" when these time-
outs elapse. The problem with this is that no two users are alike. Each of us has his or her own
habits when using the computer, which makes timer-based power management ineffective.

With HPM, your computer manages its power according to the way you use your computer. This
means the computer delivers maximum power when you need it, and saves power when you don’t
need the maximum — all without your intervention. There are no timers to set, because the HPM
system figures out everything for you.

Cover Door Close


Power Switch Off More than 3 Seconds
Power Off
Power Switch On

Display Screen Off Check password if needed

K/B, PS/2 Mouse Pressed System Active

Display Standby Power Switch (Beep)


Timer Time Out

Standby Event Standby Mode Standby Wakeup


Normal Mode Event
Light Green Mode

Power Switch Power Switch (Beep)


Hibernation Cover Door Close
Event
Standby Mode Cover Door Open

Hibernation Mode Light Green Mode

HDD Standby Mode HDD Acess

HDD Standby Timer Time Out


(HDD Motor Off)
Idle of HDD

Figure 1-3 Power Management Block Diagram

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ON MODE

Normal full-on operation

STANDBY MODE

The computer consumes very low power in standby mode. Data remain intact in the system
memory until battery is drained.

Warning: Unstored data is lost when you turn off the computer power in standby
mode or when the battery is drained.

Table 1-30 Standby Mode Conditions and Descriptions

Condition Description
The condition to There are two necessary conditions for the computer to enter standby mode:
enter Standby
• Heuristic Power Management Mode must be set to [ENABLED].
Mode
In this situation, the following are ways to enter standby mode:
• Pressing the sleep hot key Fn-F7
• If the waiting time determined by the computer’s HPM unit elapses without any
system activity.
• Closing the display cover.
• With the System Sleep State is set to [HIBERNATION], the computer also enters
standby mode if the hibernation file (Sleep Manager) is invalid or not present.
• “Hard Disk Drive” is [Disabled] in System Security of BIOS SETUP.
• “Hard Disk 0” is [None] in Basic System Configuration of BIOS SETUP.
Note: If the computer detects a PC I/O card installed in the PC card slots, the computer
"sleeps" (light green mode) to maintain your communications connection. It will not enter
standby mode.
The condition of • Issue a beep.
Standby Mode • The standby indicator flashes.
• Disable the mouse, serial and the parallel port.
• The keyboard controller, HDD and VGA enter the standby mode.
• Stop the CPU internal clock.
• All the functions are disabled except the keyboard, battery low warning and modem
ring wake up from standby (if enabled).
The condition Any one of following activities will let system back to Normal Mode:
back to On • Any keystroke (Internal KB or External KB)
Mode
• Any active pointing device (internal or external, PS/2 or serial or USB)
• Resume Timer matched
• Opening the display cover if you closed the display cover to enter Standby mode.
• Modem ring

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LIGHT GREEN MODE

The notebook consumes very low power in light green mode. Data and I/O connections remain
intact in the system memory until battery is drained.

Table 1-31 Light Green Mode Conditions and Descriptions

Condition Description
The condition to enter • PCMCIA I/O Card detected and occupy resources (Non Cardbus mode).
Light Green Mode • HPM timer times out or cover close or APM standby / suspend function calls.
The condition of Light • Issue a beep.
Green Mode • Only HDD, VGA enter standby
The condition back to Any one of following activities will let system back to Normal Mode:
On Mode • Any keystroke (Internal KB or External KB)
• Any active pointing device (internal or external, PS/2 or serial or USB)
• Resume Timer matched
• Modem ring

HIBERNATION MODE

In hibernation mode, all power shuts off (the computer does not consume any power). The
computer saves all system information onto the hard disk before it enters hibernation mode. Once
you turn on the power, the computer restores this information and resumes where you left off upon
leaving hibernation mode.

If the computer beeps but does not enter hibernation mode after pressing the sleep
hot key, it means the operating system will not allow the computer to enter the power
saving mode.

Do not change any devices (such as add memory or swap hard disks when the
computer is in hibernation mode.

If the computer detects a PC I/O card installed in the PC card slots, the computer
enters light green mode to maintain your communications connection. It will not
enter standby nor hibernation mode.

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Table 1-32 Hibernation Mode Conditions and Descriptions

Condition Description
The condition to There are two necessary conditions for the computer to enter standby mode:
enter Hibernation
• Heuristic Power Management Mode must be set to [ENABLED].
Mode
• The hibernation file created by Sleep Manager must be present and valid.
In this situation, the following are ways to enter hibernation mode:
• Pressing the sleep hot key Fn-F7
• “Hard Disk Drive” is not [Disabled] in System Security of BIOS SETUP.
• “Hard Disk 0” is not [None] in Basic System Configuration of BIOS SETUP.
• If the waiting time determined by the computer’s HPM unit elapses without any
system activity.
• If a battery low condition takes place, the computer enters hibernation mode in
about three minutes. The Sleep Upon Battery-low parameter in Setup must be set
to [ENABLED].
• Invoked by the operating system power saving modes
The condition of • Except the RTC, KB controller and power switch, all the system components are
Hibernation Mode off.
The condition back • Pressing the power switch.
to On Mode
• Resume Timer matched

DISPLAY STANDBY MODE

Screen activity is determined by the keyboard, the built-in touchpad, and an external PS/2 pointing
device. If these devices are idle for the period determined by the computer’s HPM unit, the display
shuts off until you press a key or move the touchpad or external mouse.

Table 1-33 Display Standby Mode Conditions and Descriptions

Condition Description
The condition to enter • Pointing device is idle until Display Standby Timer times-out or LCD cover is
Display Standby Mode closed.
The condition of • All the system components are on except LCD backlight and CRT
Display Standby Mode horizontal frequency output (if CRT is connected)
The condition back to • Any keystroke (Internal KB or External KB)
On Mode
• Pointing device activity

The VGA BIOS should support DPMS (Desktop Power Management System) for the
standby and hibernation mode function call. When the Display Standby Timer
expires, the system BIOS will execute the DPMS service routines.

HARD DISK STANDBY MODE

The hard disk enters standby mode when there are no disk read/write operations within the period of
time determined by the computer’s HPM unit. In this state, the power supplied to the hard disk is
reduced to a minimum. The hard disk returns to normal once the computer accesses it.

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Table 1-34 Hard Disk Standby Mode Conditions and Descriptions

Condition Description
The condition to enter HDD Standby Display Standby HPM timer times-out or LCD cover is
Mode closed.
The condition of HDD Standby Mode All the system components are on except HDD spindle motor
The condition back to On Mode Any access to HDD

BATTERY LOW

When the battery capacity is low and no adapter is plugged in, the system will generate the following
battery low warning:

• Flash power LED with 1 Hz.

• Issue 4 short beeps per minute (if enabled in setup).

• If the AC adapter does not plug in within 3 minutes and the “Standby/Hibernation upon Battery-
low” in BIOS SETUP is enabled, the system will enter Standby/0-Volt Hibernation Mode. The
battery low warning will stop as soon as the AC adapter is plugged into the system.

THE AUTODIM PROCESS OF THE LCD BRIGHTNESS

The notebook has a unique “automatic dim” power saving feature. When the notebook is using
AC power and you disconnect the AC adapter from the notebook, the system “decides” whether or
not to automatically dim the LCD backlight to save power.

If the LCD backlight is too bright, the system automatically adjusts it to a manageable level;
otherwise, the level stays the same. If you want a brighter picture, you can then adjust the
brightness and contrast level using hotkeys (Fn-F2).

If you reconnect AC power to the system, the system automatically adjusts the LCD backlight to its
original level — the brightness and contrast level before disconnecting the AC adapter. If you
adjusted the brightness and contrast level after disconnecting AC power, the level stays the same
after you reconnect the AC adapter.

There are two reasons for the notebook to have the LCD AutoDim feature. The first is to save the
power during the notebook is operating under the DC mode. The second is to save the “favorite”
brightness parameter set by the user.

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The following processes are the basic methods used to implement the LCD brightness AutoDim.

1. If the original brightness is over 75% and the AC power is on-line, the BIOS will change the
brightness to 75% after the AC power is off-line.

2. If the original brightness is below 75%, the brightness maintains the same level even if the AC
power is off-line.

3. If the brightness is already changed by the hotkey under DC power, it will not be changed after
the AC power is plugged in.

4. If the brightness is not changed by the hotkey under DC power, the brightness will be changed
back to the old setting — the previous brightness parameter under AC power.

5. If the previous brightness parameter does not exist, the brightness will not be changed in
process 4.

1.4.2 Drivers, Applications and Utilities

The notebook comes preloaded with the following software:

• Windows 95
1

• System utilities and application software


2

• Sleep Manager utility


• Display drivers
• Audio drivers
• PC Card slot drivers and applications
• Other third-party application software

Table 1-35 Location of Drivers in the System Utility CD

Device Category Function Location


Sound, video and game controllers Audio ENGLISH\WIN95\AUDIO\
Mouse Mouse ENGLISH\WIN95\MOUSE\
Display adapters Video ENGLISH\WIN95\VGA\
PCMCIA Zoomed Video Port English\Win95\PCMCIA\

1
In some areas, a different operating system may be pre-loaded instead of Windows 95.
2
The system utilities and application software list may vary.

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To re-install applications under Windows 95, click on Start, then Run…. Based on the location of
the application, run the setup program to install the application. The following table lists the
applications and their locations:

Table 1-36 Location of Applications in the System Utility CD

Name Function Location


Sleep Manager 0V Suspend utility ENGLISH\WIN95\SLEEPMGR\
Y-Station Audio application ENGLISH\WIN95\Ystation
SafeOFF Protect if user accidentally press the power switch ENGLISH\WIN95\SAFEOFF

Drivers for Windows 3.x and Windows NT are also found in the System Utility CD if you should need
them.

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1.5 Block Diagrams

1.5.1 System

CPU P55C/
Tillamook

CPU Bus

ALI DRAM on board


M1531
DIMM Socket

PCI Bus

PCMCIA VGA
ALI CD-ROM
O2Micro USB & HDD NeoMagic
OZ6833 Conn. M1533 NM2097
Conn.

ISA Bus

AUDIO Super I/O BIOS KBC


YMF715 ROM M38813
NS97338

OpAmp Parallel Battery Charger


Serial Internal
TPA0102. Port Conn. Conn.
Port FDD Conn.

Figure 1-4 System Block Diagram

System Introduction 1-25


1.5.2 Clock

M1533 DIMM
CPU 1531
SMB BUS CACHE 1533
CPU CLK M1531 NM2097
PCI CLK O2M 6833
CLK GEN
14.318M 1533
CY2272 48MHZ USB
NM2097
DIMM
YMF715
SDRAM CLK
MODEM
NS 97338
ID CLK 24MHz

8 MHz
38813
Figure 1-5 Clock Block Diagram

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1.6 Environmental Requirements
Table 1- 37 Environmental Requirements

Item Specification
Temperature
Operating ( ) +5~ +35
Non-operating( ) -20 ~ +60
Humidity
Operating (non-condensing) 20% ~ 85%
Non-operating (non-condensing) 20% ~ 90%
Operating Vibration (unpacked)
Operating 5 - 25.6Hz, 0.38mm; 25.6 - 250Hz, 0.5G
Sweep rate 0.5 octave / minute
Number of test cycles 2 / axis (X,Y,Z)
Non-operating Vibration (unpacked)
Non-operating 5 - 27.1Hz, 0.6G; 27.1 - 50Hz, 0.41mm; 50-500Hz, 2G
Sweep rate 0.5 octave / minute
Number of text cycles 4 / axis (X,Y,Z)
Non-operating Vibration (packed)
Non-operating 5 - 62.6Hz, 0.51mm; 62.6-500Hz, 4G
Sweep rate 0.5 octave / minute
Number of text cycles 4 / axis (X,Y,Z)
Shock
Non-operating (unpacked) 40G peak, 11±2ms, half-sine
Non-operating (packed) 50G peak, 11±2ms, half-sine
Altitude
Operating 10,000 feet (5°C ~ 40°C)
Non-operating 40,000 feet (-20°C ~ 60°C)
ESD
Air discharge 8kV (no error)
12.5kV (no restart error)
15kV (no damage)
Contact discharge 4kV (no error)
6kV (no restart error)
8kV (no damage)

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1.7 Mechanical Specifications
Table 1-38 Mechanical Specifications

Item Specification
Weight (includes battery)
FDD model 2.77 kg. (6.11 lb.)
CD-ROM model 2.89 kg. (6.37 lb.)
Dimensions WxDxH
(main footprint) 310mm x 245mm x 46mm (12.2” x 9.65” x 1.81”)

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&KDSWHU

BIOS Setup
The Setup Utility is a hardware configuration program built into your computer’s BIOS (Basic
Input/Ouput System).

Your computer is already properly configured and optimized, and you do not need to run this utility.
However, if you encounter configuration problems, you may need to run Setup. Please also refer to
Chapter 6, Troubleshooting when a problem arises.

To activate the Setup Utility, press F2 after you hear a beep while the Extensa logo is being
displayed.

When Silent Boot (described later in this chapter) is disabled, a message displays telling you when
you can press F2 to run the Setup Utility.

BIOS V3.0
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
016384 KB Memory Good

Enter Setup, Press F2 Key


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ACR58000-M12-970324-R01-A0-EN
Copyright  Acer Incorporated 1990-1997. All Rights Reserved

BIOS Setup 2-1


Pressing F2 brings up the main screen of the Setup Utility.

SETUP Utility

Basic System Settings


Startup Configuration
Onboard Devices Configuration
System Security
Power Management
Load Default Settings

↑↓→←=Move Highlight Bar, ↵=Select, Esc=Exit

Press the cursor keys (↑↓→←) to move the highlight bar, then press Enter to make a menu
selection.

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2.1 Basic System Settings
The Basic System Settings screen contains parameter items involving basic computer settings.

Basic System Settings

Date ------------------------------------ [Thu Jun. 11, 1998]


Time ----------------------------------- [10:00:00]

Floppy Disk A ---------------------- [1.44 MB 3.5-inch]


Floppy Disk B ---------------------- [ None ]

Cylinders Heads Sectors Size(MB)


Hard Disk ---------------------------- [Auto] xxxx xx xx xxxx

↑↓=Move Highlight Bar, →←=Change Setting, Esc=Exit

Press ↑ and ↓ to move the highlight bar; press → and ← to change the setting of the highlighted
parameter. To exit this screen and return to the main screen, press Esc.

The following table describes the parameters in this screen. Settings in boldface are the default
and suggested parameter settings.

Table 2-1 Basic System Settings Parameters

Parameter Description Setting or Format


Date Sets the computer’s system date Day of the Week-Month-Day-
Year
Time Sets the computer’s system time Hour:Min:Sec
Floppy Disk Selects the floppy disk drive type. 1.44 MB 3.5-inch
A None
Floppy Disk Selects the floppy disk drive type. None
B In most cases, you only have need for one 1.44 MB 3.5-inch
floppy disk drive (A), so this is normally set to
None.
Hard Disk Selects the hard disk drive type. Auto
When set to User, you need to specify the User
Cylinder, Head and Sector information. For None
hassle-free and correct drive detection, this
should be set to Auto.

BIOS Setup 2-3


2.2 Startup Configuration
The Startup Configuration screen contains parameter items that are set up when the computer
starts up.

Startup Configuration

Boot Display --------------------------- [Auto]


Memory Test --------------------------- [Enabled]
Silent Boot ----------------------------- [Enabled]
System Boot Drive ------------------- [Drive A Then C]
Boot from CD-ROM ------------------ [Enabled]
CardBus Support -------------------- [Enabled ]
USB Function Support ------------- [Disabled]

↑↓=Move Highlight Bar, →←=Change Setting, Esc=Exit

Press ↑ and ↓ to move the highlight bar; press → and ← to change the setting of the highlighted
parameter. To exit this screen and return to the main screen, press Esc.

The following table describes the parameters in this screen. Settings in boldface are the default
and suggested parameter settings.

Table 2-2 Startup Configuration Parameters

Parameter Description Setting or Format


Boot Display Sets the display device (computer LCD and/or Auto
external monitor) to use when the computer Both
starts (boots) up.
When set to Auto, the computer outputs to the
external monitor if one is connected; otherwise,
the computer outputs to the LCD.
Memory Runs or skips the memory test. Enabled
Test Disabled
Silent Boot Hides or displays the POST (Power-on Self- Enabled
Test) screen messages. Disabled
System Boot Sets the startup (boot) sequence of the drives in Drive A Then C
Drive your computer. Drive C Then A
For example, when set to Drive A Then C, the Drive C
computer searches for a system (bootable) Drive A
diskette in drive A first before proceeding with
drive C.

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Table 2-2 Startup Configuration Parameters

Parameter Description Setting or Format


Boot from Tells the computer to search for a bootable disc Disabled
CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive and boot from that disc. Enabled
If the computer cannot find a bootable disc, it
proceeds according to the System Boot Drive
parameter setting.
CardBus Enables or disables CardBus support. Enabled
Support For more information concerning CardBus, see Disabled
section 3.7.
USB Selects support for USB (Universal Serial Bus). Disabled
Function Enable this parameter if you are connecting Enabled
Support USB device(s) to the computer.

BIOS Setup 2-5


2.3 Onboard Devices Configuration
The Onboard Devices Configuration screen contains parameter items that are related to port
devices on your computer.

Onboard Devices Configuration

Serial Port ---------------------------- [Enabled]


Base Address --------------------- [3F8h]
IRQ ----------------------------------- [4]
Parallel Port ------------------------- [Enabled]
Base Address --------------------- [378h]
IRQ ----------------------------------- [7]
Operation Mode ------------------ [Bi-directional]
ECP DMA Channel --------------- [-]

↑↓=Move Highlight Bar, →←=Change Setting, Esc=Exit

Press ↑ and ↓ to move the highlight bar; press → and ← to change the setting of the highlighted
parameter. To exit this screen and return to the main screen, press Esc.

The following table describes the parameters in this screen. Settings in boldface are the default
and suggested parameter settings.

Table 2-3 Onboard Devices Configuration Parameters

Parameter Description Setting or Format


Serial Port Enables or disables the serial port Enabled
Disabled
Base Sets the I/O base address of the serial port 3F8h
Address 2F8h
3E8h
2E8h
IRQ Sets the IRQ (interrupt request) channel of the 4
serial port 11
Parallel Port Enables or disables the parallel port Enabled
Disabled
Base Sets the I/O base address of the parallel port 378h
Address 278h
3BCh
IRQ Sets the interrupt request (IRQ) channel of the 7
parallel port 5
Operation Selects the operation mode of the parallel port. Bi-directional
Mode ECP (Extended Capabilities Port) supports a 16- ECP
byte FIFO (first in, first out) which can be Standard
accessed by host DMA cycles and PIO cycles,
boosting I/O bandwidth to meet the demands of
high-performance peripherals.

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Table 2-3 Onboard Devices Configuration Parameters

Parameter Description Setting or Format


ECP DMA Sets the DMA channel of the parallel port when 1
Channel the parallel operation mode is set to ECP. 3

BIOS Setup 2-7


2.4 System Security
The System Security screen contains parameter items that help safeguard and protect your
computer from unauthorized use.

System Security

Disk Drive Control


Diskette Drive --------------------- [Normal]
Hard Disk Drive ------------------ [Normal]

Setup Password -------------------- [ None ]


POST Password -------------------- [ None ]

↑↓=Move Highlight Bar, →←=Change Setting, Esc=Exit

Press ↑ and ↓ to move the highlight bar; press → and ← to change the setting of the highlighted
parameter. To exit this screen and return to the main screen, press Esc.

The following table describes the parameters in this screen. Settings in boldface are the default
and suggested parameter settings.

Table 2-4 System Security Parameters

Parameter Description Setting or Format


Diskette Sets the control level of the diskette drive. Normal
Drive Disabled
(Control) Write Protect All Sectors
Write Protect Boot Sector
Hard Disk Sets the control level of the diskette drive. Normal
Drive Disabled
(Control) Write Protect All Sectors
Write Protect Boot Sector
Setup Sets (and enables) the setup password. None
1
Password When set, this password protects this Setup Enabled
Utility from unauthorized entry. Before the
computer allows access to the Setup Utility, you
need to enter the setup password.

1
To set passwords, see section 1.9.2.

2-8 Service Guide


Table 2-4 System Security Parameters

Parameter Description Setting or Format


Power On Sets (and enables) the power- on password. None
1
Password When set, this password protects the computer Enabled
from unauthorized entry. At startup, you need to
enter the power on password to continue
computer operation.

BIOS Setup 2-9


2.5 Power Management Settings
The Power Management Settings screen contains parameter items related to power-saving and
power management.

Power Management Settings

Heuristic Power Management Mode -------- [Enabled]


Display Always On --------------------------------- [Disabled]

Hotkey Beep ----------------------------------------- [Enabled]

Modem Ring Resume On Indicator ---------- [Enabled]


Battery-low Warning Beep ---------------------- [Enabled]
Sleep Upon Battery-low ------------------------- [Enabled]

↑↓=Move Highlight Bar, →←=Change Setting, Esc=Exit

Press ↑ and ↓ to move the highlight bar; press → and ← to change the setting of the highlighted
parameter. To exit this screen and return to the main screen, press Esc.

The following table describes the parameters in this screen. Settings in boldface are the default
and suggested parameter settings.

Table 2-5 Power Management Settings

Parameter Description Setting or Format


Heuristic Enables or disables heuristic power Enabled
Power management mode. Disabled
Managemen For more information on power management
t Mode modes, see section 2.2.1.
Display When enabled the computer does not enter Disabled
Always On display standby mode. Enabled
Note: Always enable this parameter when
playing VCDs (Video Compact Disc). If not, the
system will enter standby mode after 30 minutes
and the screen will go blank.
Hotkey Beep When enabled the computer gives out a “beep” Enabled
sound every time you use a hotkey. Disabled
For more information on Hotkeys, see section
1.4.1.
Modem Ring When enabled, and an incoming modem ring is Enabled
Resume On detected, the computer wakes up from standby Disabled
Indicator mode. When the computer is off or in
hibernation mode, the computer will not resume
on a modem ring.

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Table 2-5 Power Management Settings

Parameter Description Setting or Format


Battery-low Enables or disables warning beeps during a Enabled
Warning battery-low condition. Disabled
Beep
Sleep Upon Enables or disables the sleep function Enabled
Battery-low (hibernation or standby) during a battery-low Disabled
condition.
When the computer is running very low on
battery power, the computer will disregard the
system sleep state setting and enter hibernation
mode if Sleep Manager is installed and the
hibernation file is valid (see section 5.1).

BIOS Setup 2-11


2.6 Load Default Settings
When you select the Load Default Settings item from the main screen, a dialog box appears asking
you to confirm that you want to reset all settings to their factory defaults.

Load Setup Default Settings


Are you sure?

[Yes] [No]

Choose Yes to confirm or No to close the dialog box and return to the main screen.

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Disassembly and Unit Replacement


This chapter contains step-by-step procedures on how to disassemble the notebook computer for
maintenance and troubleshooting.

To disassemble the computer, you need the following tools:

• Wrist grounding strap and conductive mat for preventing electrostatic discharge

• Flat-bladed screwdriver

• Phillips screwdriver

• Hexagonal screwdriver

• Tweezers

• Plastic stick

The screws for the different components vary in size. During the disassembly
process, group the screws with the corresponding components to avoid
mismatch when putting back the components.

Disassembly and Unit Replacement 3-1


3.1 General Information

3.1.1 Before You Begin

Before proceeding with the disassembly procedure, make sure that you do the following:

1. Turn off the power to the system and all peripherals.

2. Unplug the AC adapter and all power and signal cables from the system.

3. Press the battery compartment cover release button and slide out the cover.

4. Pull out the battery pack using the pull loop at the end.

Figure 3-1 Removing the Battery Pack

Removing all power sources from the system prevents accidental short circuit
during the disassembly process.

3-2 Service Guide


3.1.2 Connector Types

There are two kinds of connectors on the main board:

• Connectors with no locks


Unplug the cable by simply pulling out the cable from the connector.

• Connectors with locks


You can use a plastic stick to lock and unlock connectors with locks.

The cables used here are special FPC (flexible printed-circuit) cables, which are
more delicate than normal plastic-enclosed cables. Therefore, to prevent
damage, make sure that you unlock the connectors before pulling out the cables.
Do not force cables out of the connectors.

CONNECTORS WITH LOCKS

• Unplugging the Cable


To unplug the cable, first unlock the connector by pulling up the two clasps on both sides of the
connector with a plastic stick. Then carefully pull out the cable from the connector.

• Plugging the Cable


To plug the cable back, first make sure that the connector is unlocked, then plug the cable into
the connector. With a plastic stick, press the two clasps on both sides of the connector to
secure the cables in place.

Unplugging Plugging
the Cable the Cable

Unplugging
the Cable

Plugging
the Cable

Figure 3-2 Using Connectors With Locks

Connectors mentioned in the following procedures are assumed to be no-lock


connectors unless specified otherwise.

Disassembly and Unit Replacement 3-3


3.1.3 Disassembly Sequence

The disassembly procedure described in this manual is divided into four major sections:

• Section 4.2: Installing memory

• Section 4.3: Removing the modem board

• Section 4.4: Removing the hard disk drive

• Section 4.5: Removing the keyboard

• Section 4.6: Disassembling the inside frame assembly

• Section 4.7: Disassembling the display

The following table lists the components that need to be removed during servicing. For example, if
you want to remove the motherboard, you must first remove the keyboard, then disassemble the
inside assembly frame in that order.

Table 3-1 Guide to Disassembly Sequence

Service Item Prerequisite


Remove or replace the hard disk drive
Remove or replace the internal module Remove the keyboard (and heat sink assembly).
Remove the motherboard for service or replacement 1. Remove the keyboard.
2. Disassemble the housing.
Remove the touchpad 1. Remove the keyboard.
2. Disassemble the housing.
Replace the LCD Remove the display.
Install CPU Remove the keyboard (and heat sink assembly).
Install additional memory

The flowchart on the succeeding page gives a clearer and more graphic representation on the entire
disassembly sequence. Please refer to it from time to time, together with the screw list below.

SCREW LIST

• A screw M2x4L Black (p/n: 86.1A322.4R0)


• B screw M2x6L NI (p/n: 86.1A522.6R0)
• C screw M2x20L NI (p/n: 86.1A522.200)
• D screw M2.5x8L NYLOK B-ZN (p/n: 86.1A353.8R0)
• E screw M2.5x6L NYLOK NI (p/n:86.1A553.6R0)
• F screw M3x6L BIND NI (p/n:86.4A524.6R0)
• G screw M2.5x4L BLACK.NY (p/n: 86.1A553.4R0)
• H screw M2x14L NI (p/n: 86.1A522.140)
• I screw M2x4L NI (p/n: 86.1A522.4R0)
• J screw cap M2*L5 NI (p/n: 86.7A522.5R0)

3-4 Service Guide


Open Open Remove Remove
Battery Door Dimm Door HDD Cover Display Hinge

Unplug K/B
Modem conector
Battery DIMM HDD
Module

Remove Remove
K/B LED Cover
Bx2
(for TFT LCD only)
Remove
LED Cover Unplug
Bx1 LCD Cable
Cx4 /Inverter Cable
Remove
Dx4
Heat Sink
Dx8 Display
Gx2 Module

Unplug Unplug Cables Ex4


CPU Lower
Cables EMI Bracket Case (FDD/CD-ROM)
Display
Ix2
Bazel

Upper CPU DC-DC Keyboard Remove


Fx3
Case Board Covert Bd Board FDD/CD-ROM
Inverter LCD
Board Pannel
Ix2
Jx2, Gx2

Touch
Audio
Speaker M/B
Board
Pad

Bx2
Hx2

PCMCIA Charger
Socket Board

Figure 3-3 Disassembly Sequence Flowchart

Disassembly and Unit Replacement 3-5


3.2 Installing Memory
Follow these steps to insert memory modules:

1. Turn off the computer. Then turn the computer over to access its base.

2. Remove three screws from the memory door; then lift up and remove the memory door.

Figure 3-4 Removing the Memory Door

3. Remove the memory modules from its shipping container.

4. Align the connector edge of the memory module with the key in the connector. Insert the edge
of the memory module board into the connector. Use a rocking motion to fully insert the
module. Push downward on each side of the memory module until it snaps in place.
To remove the memory module, release the slot locks found on both ends of the memory slot
to release the DIMM. Then pull out the memory module.

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Figure 3-5 Installing and Removing Memory

5. Replace the memory door and secure it with the screws.

Sleep Manager must be run after installing additional memory for the
computer to hibernate properly. If Sleep Manager is active, it will
automatically adjust the hibernation file on your notebook.

If you are using an operating system other than Windows 95 or DOS, you may
need to re-partition your hard disk drive to allow for the additional memory.
Check with your system administrator.

Disassembly and Unit Replacement 3-7


3.3 Removing the Modem Board
When you open the memory door, you can also access and replace the modem board. See figure
below.

Figure 3-6 Removing the Modem Board

3-8 Service Guide


3.4 Removing the Hard Disk Drive
Follow these steps to remove the hard disk drive:

1. Turn the computer over and locate the hard disk drive bay cover.

2. Press the hard disk drive bay cover release and slide the cover out to remove it. Set aside the
cover.

3. Pull the hard disk drive tab to remove the hard disk drive from the hard disk drive bay.

Figure 3-7 Removing the Hard Disk Drive

4. Store the hard disk drive in an antistatic bag.

If you want to install a new hard disk drive, reverse the steps described above.

Disassembly and Unit Replacement 3-9


3.5 Removing the Keyboard
Follow these steps to remove the keyboard:

1. Slide out the two display hinge covers on both sides of the notebook.

Figure 3-8 Removing the Display Hinge Covers

2. Using a pointed instrument, unlock the keyboard locks. Then pull out and flip down the
keyboard to expose the keyboard connectors.

Figure 3-9 Removing the Keyboard

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3. Unplug the keyboard connectors (CN3 and CN5) from the keyboard/touchpad board. Set aside
the keyboard.

Figure 3-10 Unplugging the Keyboard Connectors

Disassembly and Unit Replacement 3-11


3.6 Disassembling the Inside Frame Assembly
This section discusses how to disassemble the housing, and during its course, includes removing
and replacing of certain major components like the internal drive (CD-ROM or floppy), CPU and the
main board. Follow these steps:

3.6.1 Removing the Heat Sink Assembly

Follow these steps to remove the heat sink assembly:

1. Pull up and remove the LED cover.

Figure 3-11 Removing the LED Cover

2. Remove the five screws that secure the heat sink assembly to the housing.

Figure 3-12 Removing the Heat Sink Assembly

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3.6.2 Removing the Display

Follow these steps to remove the display:

1. Remove two screws on the bottom and two screws on the rear of the unit.

Figure 3-13 Unplugging the Display Cable

2. Open the display then pull up the display cable (CN6) and unplug the inverter cable (CN12).

For DSTN type LCD display: For TFT type LCD display:

Unscrew the display cable


first before pulling out.

Figure 3-14 Removing the Display Hinge Screws

Disassembly and Unit Replacement 3-13


3. Detach the display from the main unit and set aside.

Figure 3-15 Removing the Display Hinge Screws

3.6.3 Removing the Internal Drive

Follow these steps to remove the internal drive:

1. Pull up the FDD/CD module latches.

2. Unplug the two internal drive cables (CN16 for FDD; CN13 and CN16 for CD-ROM).

3. Pull out the internal drive and set it aside.

Ensure the drive cables do not become hooked on the inside frame assembly
when removing and reinstalling the drive.

3-14 Service Guide


Figure 3-16 Removing the Internal Drive

3.6.4 Replacing the CPU

Gently pull out the CPU heat sink and the CPU board (CN17) from the mainboard.

Figure 3-17 Replacing the CPU

Reverse the steps above to insert a replacement CPU.

Disassembly and Unit Replacement 3-15


3.6.5 Detaching the Top Cover

Follow these steps to detach the top cover from the bottom cover:

1. Unplug the touchpad cable (CN6) from the keyboard/touchpad board and speaker cables (CN9
and CN10).

Figure 3-18 Removing Cables

2. Remove the screws found on the lower case (ten total screws, two screws shorter than the rest
found on the front corners of the computer).

Figure 3-19 Removing Cables

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3. Detach the top cover from the bottom cover.

Figure 3-20 Detaching the Top Cover

3.6.6 Removing the Mainboard

Follow these steps to remove the mainboard:

1. Remove the keyboard/touchpad board (CN14). Remove two screws and remove the plate that
covers the DC-DC converter board.

Figure 3-21 Removing the Keyboard/Touchpad Board and DC-DC Converter Board Cover

Disassembly and Unit Replacement 3-17


2. Gently remove the DC-DC converter board (CN7).

Figure 3-22 Removing the DC-DC Converter Board

3. Remove six (6) screws that secure the motherboard to the base assembly. Then pull up to
remove the mainboard.

Figure 3-23 Removing the Mainboard

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3.6.7 Disassembling the Mainboard

Follow these steps to disassemble the mainboard:

REMOVING THE CHARGER BOARD

Unplug the charger board (containing the power switch, DC-in jack and PS/2 port).

Figure 3-24 Removing the Charger Board

REMOVING THE PCMCIA SOCKETS

The PC Card Connector Module is normally part of the motherboard spare part. The following
removal procedure is for reference only. Remove the four (4) screws and then detached the cable
connected to the mainbaord (CN11) as shown below.

Figure 3-25 Removing the PCMCIA Sockets

Disassembly and Unit Replacement 3-19


3.6.8 Disassembling the Top Cover

The touchpad, speakers, audio board are connected to the top cover. The sections below describe
the removal process of these components.

REMOVING THE HARD DISK DRIVE HEAT SINK

Pull up to remove the hard disk drive heat sink from the top cover.

Figure 3-26 Removing the Hard Disk Drive Heat Sink

REMOVING THE TOUCHPAD

1. Remove four screws and lift up the metal plate and touchpad buttons.

2. Unplug the touchpad cable (JP1) and remove the touchpad main sensor and connector unit.

REMOVING THE SPEAKERS

1. Unlock the speaker by pushing outward on its locks.

2. The flip up the wire that holds the speaker in place and remove the speaker.

Figure 3-27 Removing the Touchpad and Speakers

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3.7 Disassembling the Display
Follow these steps to disassemble the display:

1. Remove the two oval LCD bumpers at the top of the display; use a pointed instrument to
remove the two mylar stickers on the bottom of the display.

Figure 3-28 Removing the LCD Bumpers

2. Remove four screws on the display bezel.

Figure 3-29 Removing the Display Bezel Screws

STN and TFT LCDs use the same bezel but different panels.

Disassembly and Unit Replacement 3-21


3. Pull out and remove the display bezel by first pulling on the inside of the bezel sides and lower
bezel area. Then pull up the top bezel area.

Figure 3-30 Removing the Display Bezel

4. Unplug two connectors and remove the inverter board.

Figure 3-31 Removing the Inverter Board

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5. Remove three screws on the four sides of the display panel (one screw holds and grounds the
LCD cable). Then tilt the LCD Panel away for the display cover.

Figure 3-32 Removing the LCD Panel

6. Detached the Display cable from the LCD Panel.

Figure 3-33 Removing the display cable from LCD Panel

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Model Number Definition


This appendix shows the model number definition of the notebook.

36 X X

LCD:
D: 12.1” DSTN
T: 12.1” TFT

CPU, Memory, HDD, FDD/CD-ROM, Battery:

5: P55C-166, 16MB, 2.1G, Internal FDD, NiMH Battery


6: P55C-166, 16MB, 2.1G, External FDD, 20x CD-ROM, NiMH Battery
7: Tillamook-200, 32MB, 2.1G, External FDD, 20x CD-ROM, NiMH Battery
8: Tillamook-200, 32MB, 2.1G, Internal FDD, NiMH Battery
9: Tillamook-233, 32MB, 3.2G, External FDD, 20x CD-ROM, NiMH Battery

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Compatibility Test Report Excerpt

This paragraph will usually be inserted into the Service Guide in the following weeks. Please check
the http://ipg.intranet.acer.com.tw (Customer Services on the website) to find out when this
information is available.
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BIOS POST Checkpoints


This appendix lists the POST checkpoints of the notebook BIOS.

Table C-1 POST Checkpoint List

Checkpoint Description
04h • Dispatch Shutdown Path
Note: At the beginning of POST, port 64 bit 2 (8042 system flag) is read to determine
whether this POST is caused by a cold or warm boot. If it is a cold boot, a
complete POST is performed. If it is a warm boot, the chip initialization and
memory test is eliminated from the POST routine.

08h • Reset PIE, AIE, UIE


Note: These interrupts are disabled in order to avoid any incorrect actions from
happening during the POST routine.

09h • Initialize m1531


0Ah • Initialize m1533
• Initialize m7101
10h • DMA(8237) testing & initialization
14h • System Timer(8254) testing & initialization
18h • DRAM refresh cycle testing
• Set default SS:SP= 0:400
1Ch • CMOS shutdown byte test, battery, and check sum
Note: Several parts of the POST routine require the system to be in protected mode.
When returning to real mode from protected mode, the processor is reset,
therefore POST is re-entered. In order to prevent re-initialization of the system,
POST reads the shutdown code stored in location 0Fh in CMOS RAM. Then it
jumps around the initialization procedure to the appropriate entry point.
The CMOS shutdown byte verification assures that CMOS 0Fh area is fine to
execute POST properly.

• Initialize default CMOS setting if CMOS bad


• Initialize RTC time base
Note: The RTC has an embedded oscillator that generates a 32.768 KHz frequency. To
initialize the RTC time base, turn on this oscillator and set a divisor to 32768 so
that the RTC can count time correctly

1Dh, 1Eh • DRAM type determination


2Ch • 128K base memory testing
• Set default SS:SP= 0:400
Note: The 128K base memory area is tested for POST execution. The remaining
memory area is tested later.

20h • KB controller(8041/8042) testing


• KB type determination
• Write default command byte upon KB type

BIOS POST Checkpoints C-1


Table C-1 POST Checkpoint List

Checkpoint Description
24h • PIC(8259) testing & initialization
30h • System Shadow RAM
34h • DRAM sizing
3Ch • Initialize interrupt vectors
4Bh • Identify CPU brand and type
35h • PCI pass 0
40h • Assign I/O if device request
41h • Assign Memory if device requested
44h • Assign IRQ if device request
45h • Enable command byte if device is OK
50h • Initialize Video display
52h • Download keyboard matrix
4Ch • ChipUp initialization for CPU clock checking
54h • Process VGA shadow region
58h • Set POST screen mode(Graphic or Text)
• Display Acer(or OEM) logo if necessary
• Display Acer copyright message if necessary
• Display BIOS serial number
59h • Hook int vector 1ch for POST quiet boot
5Ch • Memory testing
5Ah • SMRAM test and SMI handler initialization
4Eh • Audio initialization
60h • External Cache sizing
• External Cache testing(SRAM & Controller)
• Enable internal cache if necessary
• Enable external cache if necessary
64h • Reset KB device
• Check KB status
Note: The keyboard LEDs should flash once.

7Ch • Reset pointing device


• Check pointing device
70h • Parallel port testing
74h • Serial port testing
78h • Math Coprocessor testing
80h • Set security status
84h • KB device initialization
• Enable KB device

C-2 Service Guide


Table C-1 POST Checkpoint List

Checkpoint Description
6Ch • FDD testing & parameter table setup
Note: The FDD LED should flash once and its head should be positioned

88h • HDD testing & parameter table setup


89h • Get CPU MUX
Note: This routine is to identify the user-set CPU frequency, not CPU-required frequency

90h • Display POST status if necessary


93h • Rehook int1c for quiet boot
94h • Initialize I/O ROM
A4h • Initialize security feature
A8h • Setup SMI parameters
A0h • Initialize Timer counter for DOS use
ACh • Enable NMI
• Enable parity checking
• Set video mode
B0h • Power-on password checking
• Display configuration table
• Clear memory buffer used for POST
• Select boot device

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Silk Screen
1.1 CPU Board Layout
For the mainboard layout, please refer to the next page. The following table is a reference when
1
mounting the CPU.

CPU Mounting Reference Table


Volt. Ext Freq Ratio

CPU Volt Freq R4 R6 R8 R11 R20 R22 R24 R26 RX14 RY1 RX6 RX9 RX11 RX12 UX2 UX3

P55C-133MHz 2.5V 133=66x2 V X V X V X X V V X V X X X X X

P55C-150MHz 2.5V 150=60x2.5 V X V V X X V V V X V X X X X X

P55C-166MHz 2.5V 166=66x2.5 V X V X X X V V V X V X X X X X

TLMK-200MHz 1.8V 200=66x3 X X V X X V V X V X X V V V V V

TLMK-233MHz 1.8V 233=66x3.5 X X V X V V X X V X X V V V V V

TLMK-266MHz 2.0V 266=66x4 X V V X X X V V X V X V V V V V

PCB No. 96532-SA CPU Board Layout (Top)

1
V: mount on; X: not mount on

Silk Screen D-1


PCB No. 96532-SA CPU Board Layout (Bottom)

Silk Screen D-2


1.2 Keyboard/Touchpad Board

PCB No. 97349-1 Keyboard/Touchpad Board (Top View)

PCB No. 97349-1 Keyboard/Touchpad Board (Bottom View)

Silk Screen D-3


Mainboard Layout
Bottom)
Acer 365/366D/366T Spare Parts List
(P/N 91.40B01.XXX)

Picture LEVEL Description Acer Part No COMMENT/LOCATION

ADAPTER

1 ADT 100-240V 25.10068.001


PA-1480-19AC
355

BATTERY PACK

1 ASSY BTY 60.40B10.001


PACK BTP-
1631 AN365

CD-ROM

1 365 CD-ROM 6M.40B08.001


2 C.A 70P FPC 50.43A06.002 (S02,S05) ( 366D,366T) (Int.)
60MM CD-
ROM 390

2 ASSY CD-ROM 60.43A16.002 (S02,S05) (366D,366T)


HOLDER 390

CHARGER

1 CHARGER 19.21030.241
T62.096.C.00
365

CONVERTER

1 CONVER 19.21030.231
DC/DC
T62.095.C.00
365

DC-DC COVER

1 ASSY DC-DC 60.40B04.001


BRACKET
AN365

MIDEL COVER

1 ASSY MIDLE 60.43A08.001


COVER 050
390

HDD COVER
1 ASSY HDD 60.43A17.002
COVER

DIMM COVER

1 ASSY DIMM 60.43A20.002


COVER AN390

BATTERY COVER

1 ASSY 60.43A21.003
BATTERY
COVER

CPU BOARD

1 365 CPU 55.40B02.031


BOARD P55C-
166

DIMM

1 DIMM EDO 55.46804.021


32MB 3.3V
60NS 4K
FDD

1 365 FDD 6M.40B03.001


MODULE (Int.)

1 365 FDD 6M.40B07.001


MODULE (Ext).

2 C.A 25/26P 50.40B05.001 (S02,S05) (366D,366T) (Ext.)


320MM FDD
C440329-1

2 C.A 30P FPC 50.43A05.001


60MM FDD 390

2 ASSY FDD 60.40B11.001 (S02,S05) (366D,366T)


2MB MF355H -
322MR 3M0D

FOOT PACK

1 ASSY FOOT 6M.40B01.001 47.45001.001+47.46902.001+47.43A


01.001

HDD MODULE

1 365 HDD 6M.40B02.001 56.02759.011


MODULE
HITACHI 2GB
1 365 HDD 6M.40B02.011 56.02756.051
MODULE IBM
2GB

1 365 HDD 6M.40B02.021 56.02973.011


MODULE
HITACHI 3GB

2 C.A 44P FPC 50.43A08.001


HDD 390

HEAT SINK

1 ASSY U HEAT 60.40B05.001


SINK AN365

HINGE PACK

1 ASSY HINGE 6M.40B11.001 34.43B07.001+34.43A04.001

HINGE COVER

1 365 COVER 6M.40B05.001


HINGE

2 COVER (L) 42.43A03.001


HINGE
(TOOLING) 390
2 COVER (R) 42.43A04.001
HINGE
(TOOLING) 390

INVERTER

1 INVERTER 19.21030.301
T62.104.C.00
390/355

KEYBOARD BOARD

1 390 55.43A04.001
KEYBOARD
BOARD

KEYBOARD

1 US KB-84 KEY 90.46907.001


KAS1901-
0161R

LOWER CASE

1 ASSY L CASE 60.40B07.001


AN365

LCD MODULE 12.1" (DSTN)


1 365 LCD 6M.40B01.001 56.40B01.031
MODULE
DSTN 12.1"

2 LCD 12.1 DSTN56.0743A.011


LM-JK53-
22NFR

2 C.A LCD 50.40B02.001 (TFT.DSTN)


INVERTER
AN365

2 C.A LCD 50.40B03.001 (DSTN)


WIRE(SAYNO)
AN365

2 ASSY LCD 60.40B02.021


PNL SANYO
AN365
2 ASSY LCD BZL60.40B03.021
AN365

2 ASSY LCD 60.40B02.031 (S05) (366T)


PNL HIT-
TX31D21
AN365

LCD MODULE 12.1" (TFT)

1 365 LCD 6M.40B01.021 56.40B01.021


MODULE TFT
12.1"

2 LCM TX31D21 56.07468.021 (S05) (366D)


12.1" TFT
SVGA HIT
2 C.A LCD 50.40B02.001 (TFT.DSTN)
INVERTER
AN365

2 C.A LCD 50.40B04.031 (S05) ( 366T) (TFT)


COAXICAL HIT
-TX31D21

2 ASSY LCD 60.40B02.021


PNL SANYO
AN365

2 ASSY LCD BZL60.40B03.021


AN365

2 ASSY LCD 60.40B02.031 (S05) (366T)


PNL HIT-
TX31D21
AN365

MAINBOARD
1 365 MAIN 55.40B01.001
BOARD

MODEM

1 MODEM 56K 54.09011.091


CSI AC-
5614BMC 700

PLATE NAME

1 PLATE 40.43A02.001
NAME(LOGO)
PC AN390

POWER CORD

1 CORD SPT- 27.01618.001 US


2#18*2C
7A125V1830M
M

1 CORD VCTF 27.03518.021 JPN


3C 7A125V
JAPAN

1 CORD 27.01218.021 ERU


1203VVH2-F
#18*2C 2.5A
250A

SCREW PACK

1 365 SCREW 6M.40B04.001

UPPER CASE
1 365 U CASE 6M.40B06.001
MODULE

2 SPK 0.5W 23.40031.011


78DB ZK-
2808C 140M

2 KNOB TOUCH 42.43A10.001


PAD
(TOOLING) 390

2 TOUCH PAD 56.1740B.001


LOGITEC/TP3
ULTRA-THIN

LEVEL 1-1 : Stands for Field Replaceable Units(FRU) and Customer Replaceable Units (CRU) for system level1 service repair use.
LEVEL 1-2 : Stands for subassemblies of FRUs and CRUs which are component level of service repair use.
LEVEL 2 : Stands for consuming parts which are easily demaged with replacement action taken.
$SSHQG
$S SHQGL[)
L[)

Explored View Diagram


A p p e n d i x G

Schematics
This appendix shows the schematic diagrams of the notebook.
G-1 CPU Board Connector
G-2 M1531 Bypass Capacitors
G-3 M1531
G-4 M1533
G-5 M1533 Configuration
G-6 Cache RAM & Tag RAM
G-7 16M EDO DRAM on board
G-8 DIMM Socket
G-9 Clock Generator CY2272
G-10 VGA Chip NM2097
G-11 LCD Interface
G-12 LCD Inverter
G-13 CRT Interface
G-14 HDD, media LED
G-15 CD-ROM, Internal FDD
G-16 USB
G-17 RTC, ROM
G-18 Keyboard Controller M38813
G-19 Fax/.Modem, Golden Finger
G-20 Super I/O 97338
G-21 Serial Port
G-22 Parallel Port, External FDD
G-23 Audio Chip YMF715 OPL3-SA3
G-24 OP-AMP
G-25 PCMCIA Controller OZ6833
G-26 TPS2206 & Socket
G-27 DC/DC, Charger, Battery Board
G-28 Skew Holes
VCORE

CLOSE PIN 3~6,54~57


CPU BD TO BD CONNECTOR

200 150 100 50


1
TC16 BC200 BC201 BC202
2 ST100U10VDM SCD1U SCD1U SC1KP

+3.3V

CLOSE PIN 104,105,154,155

VCORE 200mil
151 101 51 1
BC309 BC197 BC198

CN17A
\
SC10U16V

22U 10V
SCD1U SC1KP

1 51
2 52 CN17B
3 53 $CPUD33 101 151
4 54 102 152
(VCORE SELECT) 5 55 103 153
4,5,8,26 $SMBCLK $D/C# 3
6 56 104 154
4,5,8,9,26 $SMBDATA
7 57 105 155
27 VSEL1
8 58 $CPUD32 R254 106 156
27 VSEL2 $EADS#3
9 59 $CPUD31 1 2 5156EN 107 157
27 VSEL3 +3.3V $CPUADS# 3,6
10 60 $CPUD30 108 158
$HITM# 3
11 61 0R3 109 159
$W/R# 3
$CPUD63 12 62 $CPUD29 16mil 110 160
+12V $A20M# 4
$CPUD62 13 63 $CPUD28 111 161
$CPUD61 14 64 $CPUD27 112 162
4 CPU_TH# $CPURST
4
$CPUD60 15 65 $CPUD26 113 163 $BE#0 VIO
9 CLKSEL1
$CPUD59 16 66 $CPUD25 114 164 $BE#1
9 CLKSEL2
$CPUD58 17 67 $CPUD24 115 165 $BE#2
4 $FERR#
$CPUD57 18 68 $CPUD23 116 166 $BE#3 R257
3 $M/IO#
$CPUD56 19 69 $CPUD22 117 167 $BE#4 1 2 $CPURST
3 $CACHE#
$CPUD55 20 70 $CPUD21 ($INV) 118 168 $BE#5
21 71 119 169 $BE#6 1KR3
3 $AHOLD
$CPUD54 22 72 $CPUD20 120 170 $BE#7
3 $KEN#
$CPUD53 23 73 $CPUD19 121 171
$CPUD52 24 74 $CPUD18 122 172 R256
3 $BRDY# $CPUCLK
9
$CPUD51 25 75 $CPUD17 123 173 1 2 $CPUADS#
3 $BOFF#
$CPUD50 26 76 $CPUD16 124 174 $STPCLK#
27 77 3 $NA# 125 175
$STPCLK#
4
$CPUD49 $CPUD15 $WB/WT# 10KR3
$CPUD48 28 78 $CPUD14 $HOLD 126 176
$NMI 4
$CPUD47 29 79 $CPUD13 127 177 $CPUA20
1 3 $SMIACT#
30 80 R136 $HLDA 128 178 $CPUA19 R147
$CPUD46 31 81 $CPUD12 4K7R3 129 179 $CPUA18 1 2 $WB/WT#
3 $CPULOCK#
$CPUD45 32 82 $CPUD11 130 180
33 83 2 131 181
$CPUD44 $CPUD10 $CPUA17 10KR3
34 84 4 $CPUINIT 132 182
$CPUD43 $CPUD9 $CPUA16
4 $IGNNE#
$CPUD42 35 85 $CPUD8 133 183 $CPUA15
4 $SMI#
$CPUD41 36 86 $CPUD7 134 184 $CPUA14 R146
4 $INTR
$CPUD40 37 87 $CPUD6 $CPUA31 135 185 $CPUA13 1 2 $CACHE#
$CPUD39 38 88 $CPUD5 $CPUA30 136 186 $CPUA12
$CPUD38 39 89 $CPUD4 $CPUA29 137 187 $CPUA11 10KR3
40 90 $CPUA28 138 188 $CPUA10
$CPUD37 41 91 $CPUD3 $CPUA27 139 189 $CPUA9
$CPUD36 42 92 $CPUD2 140 190 R133
$CPUD35 43 93 $CPUD1 $CPUA26 141 191 $CPUA8 1 2 $BRDY#
44 94 $CPUA25 142 192 $CPUA7
45 95 $CPUA24 143 193 $CPUA6 10KR3
46 96 $CPUA23 144 194 $CPUA5
47 97 $CPUA22 145 195 $CPUA4
$CPUD34 48 98 $CPUD0 146 196
49 99 147 197
50 100 $CPUA21 148 198 $CPUA3
149 199
AMP-CONN200 150 200

AMP-CONN200

VIO

VIO
25mil RP21
3,6 $CPUD[0..63]
$SMI# 1 10
$INTR 2 9
$NMI 3 8 $IGNNE#
$A20M# 4 7 $CPUINIT
5 6 $STPCLK#

SRP10K
VIO
1,3,6 $CPUA[3..18]

VCORE (1533)
1,3,6 $CPUA[19..31]

V
CORE
=2.5V (P55C) CLOSE PIN 44~47,94~97
=1.8V (TLMK) $BE#[0..7] BC207
3,6
$STPCLK#

SC100P
1
TC19 BC175 BC176 BC177
2
ST100U10VDM SCD1U SCD1U SC1KP

|LINK 1 CPU Board conn.


|M1531-C.SCH 2 M1531 , M1533 bypass cap.
|M1531.SCH 3 M1531
|M1533.SCH 4 M1533
|M1533-C.SCH 5 M1533 configurations
|CACHE.SCH 6 CACHE RAM , TAG RAM
|DRAM.SCH 7 DRAM
VIO |DIMM.SCH 8 DIMM socket
|CLOCK.SCH 9 Clock generator
VIO =3.3V (P55C) CLOSE PIN 146,147,196,197 |VGA.SCH 10 VGA chip
=2.5V (TLMK) |LCD.SCH 11 LCD
|INVERTER.SCH 12 Inverter
|CRT.SCH 13 CRT
|HDD.SCH 14 HDD
BC300 BC298 BC299 |CD-FDD.SCH 15 CD-ROM , Internal FDD

\
SC10U16V

22U 10V
SCD1U SC1KP |USB.SCH
|RTC-ROM.SCH
|KBC.SCH
16
17
18
USB
RTC , BIOS ROM
KBC
|MODEM.SCH 19 Golden finger , FAX/MODEM 1998/03/01 Sun. 22:00
|SUPER-IO.SCH 20 Super I/O chip
|SERIAL.SCH 21 RS-232 , serial port COM1 Acer Incorporated
|PARALLEL.SCH 22 Parallel port LPT1
|AUDIO.SCH 23 Audio chip 365
|OP-AMP.SCH 24 Audio OP amp. Title
|PCMCIA.SCH 25 PCMCIA/CARDBUS controller
CPU Board conn.
|SOCKET.SCH 26 PCMCIA power IC , CARD socket
|POWER.SCH 27 Charger , DC/DC , BAT Conn. Size Document Number REV
|HOLE.SCH 28 Skew holes
B 97160-1, 365 V15

Date: March 1, 1998 Sheet 1 of 28


M1531 BYPASS CAPACITORS
VIO VIO

16mil

BC174 BC193 BC184 BC185 BC186


SC4D7U10V5ZY SCD1U SCD1U SC1KP SC4D7U10V5ZY

+3.3V +3.3V

20mil

BC296 BC183 BC180 BC181 BC173 BC191


SC4D7U10V5ZY SCD1U SC1KP SCD1U SC1KP SC4D7U10V5ZY

+5V 1531+5V

D3
6 1 10mil

5 2
BC206 BC194 BC182 BC192
SC2D2U16V5ZY SC1KP SCD1U SC2D2U16V5ZY
4 3

RB731U

+5V

U10B
1
4
4
25 $PCMREQ#3
6
$REQ#3 3
5
+5V
7 SOHCT32
U25E
1
4

11 10 $STPCLK
4 $STPCLK#

7
SOHCT14

+5V

M1533 BYPASS CAPACITORS U10D


1
4
12 RX1
+5V +5V 11 1
PHOLDXX# 2
13
DUMMY-R3
7
20mil SOHCT32

BC67 BC93 BC116 BC94 BC114 RX2


SC4D7U10V5ZY SCD1U SCD1U SC1KP SC4D7U10V5ZY 1 2
4,5 $33PHOLD# $PHOLD#3

0R3

+3.3V +3.3V

30mil

BC137 BC117 BC96 BC95 BC113


SC4D7U10V5ZY SCD1U SCD1U SC1KP SC4D7U10V5ZY

VIO 1533VIO

G17
1 2 10mil

GAP-CLOSE

BC115 BC118
SCD1U SC4D7U10V5ZY

ACER INCORPORATED

365
Title

M1531 Bypass Capacitors

Size Document Number REV

B 97160-SB, M1531-C V14

Date: February 3, 1998 Sheet 2 of 28


RP13 +5V
1 10
20,23 DRQ1 2 9 +3.3V
20 DRQ3 DRQ020,23
3 8
DRQ5 4
4 7
20 DRQ2 5 6
DRQ6 4
BC288
DRQ7 4 1
SCD1U R91
SRP4K7 10KR3
U25A
1 2
4

1
RSTDRV 2 RSTDRV# $RSM#
4 RSTDRV RSTDRV#14,15,18 4 $RSM#

7 SOHCT14
+5V BC97 BC119
RP11 SCD1U SC4D7U16V6ZY
1
IOCHK# 10
4 IOCHK#
2 9
4 DACK#5 3 8
DACK#34
4 DACK#6 4 7
DACK#04
4 DACK#7 DACK#24
5 6
DACK#14

SRP4K7 +3.3V
+5V
+5V R188
1 2 $SMBCLK $SMBCLK1,4,8,9,26
(GPO0,PCS#)
R64 15KR3
4,5,17,18,19,20,23 SD[0..7]
1
ENAUDIO# 2
4 ENAUDIO#
+5V
INTEL PC mode 10KR3 R189
RP22 1 2 $SMBDATA
$SMBDATA1,4,8,9,26
SD0 1 10
SD1 2 9 SD4 R184 15KR3
SD2 3 8 SD5 1
PWR_LED# 2
4 PWR_LED#
SD3 4 7 SD6
5 6 SD7 Ext. I/O APIC disabled 10KR3
+5V

SRP10K
R46
XDIR 1 2
4 XDIR

Pentium CPU is used 10KR3

4,5,17,18,19,20,23 SD[8..15]

+5V R43
TC 1 2
4 TC
RP23
SD8 1 10 GPIO0~7 10KR3 +3.3V
SD9 2 9 SD12
SD10 3 8 SD13
SD11 4 7 SD14 R45 R89
5 6 SD15 SPKR 1 2 1 2 $STANDBY#
+5V 4 SPKR $STANDBY#
4

SRP10K Internal KBC disabled 10KR3 10KR3 (GPO8)

R44 +3.3V
1
ROMKBCS# 2
4 ROMKBCS#
4 LA[17..23]
Chip test mode disabled 10KR3 R185
+5V 1 2 $GPIO13
$GPIO13 4

RP12 10KR3
LA17 1 10
LA18 2 9 LA21
LA19 3 8 LA22 R187
LA20 4 7 LA23 1 2 $GPIO17
$GPIO17 4
5 6 SBHE#
+5V SBHE#4
+3.3V 10KR3
SRP10K USB in normal mode
RN7
1 8 R88
2 $33PHOLD#
$SERR# 2 7 1 2 GPIO3
4 $SERR# GPIO3 4
3
($OVCR#1) 6
4 $GPI1
4 5 10KR3

SRN10K
+5V R47
1 2
GPIO9 4
RP10
IOW# 1 10 10KR3
4,18,19,20,23 IOW#
IOR# 2 9 IO16#
4,18,19,20,23 IOR# IO16# 4
3
MEMW# 8 M16# Support 256KB ROM
4,17,19 MEMW# M16#4
4
MEMR# 7 REFSH# RN31 R186
4,17,19 MEMR# REFSH#4
5 6 0WS# SPLED 1 8 1 2 $GPIO14
+5V 0WS#20 4 SPLED $GPIO14 4
2 7
SRP10K 3 6
4 $USBP1+$USBP1+ 10KR3
$USBP1- 4 5
4 $USBP1-

SRN10K

+5V

RP3
IRQ3 1 10
4,19,20,23 IRQ3
IRQ4 2 9 IRQ7
4,19,20 IRQ4 IRQ7 4,20,23
IRQ5 3 8 IRQ9 +5V
4,19,20,23 IRQ5 IRQ9 4,20,23
IRQ6 4 7 IRQ10
4,20 IRQ6 IRQ10 4,19,20,23
5 6 IRQ11
+5V IRQ11 4,19,20,23
1
SRP10K R59
10KR3

4 FIR_EN#

+5V +3.3V

RN3 RN4
IRQ1 1 8 1 8 $INTA#
18 IRQ1 $INTA# 10,25
IRQ12 2 7 2 7 $INTB#
18 IRQ12 3 6
$INTB# 4,25
IRQ14 3 6 $INTC#
4 IRQ14 $INTC# 4,25
IRQ15 4 5 4 5 $INTD#
4 IRQ15 $INTD# 4

SRN10K SRN4K7 Acer Inc.

365
R249 Title
1 2
4,19,20 IOCHRDY M1533 Configurations

1KR3 Size Document Number REV

B 97160-1, M1533-C V15

Date: March 1, 1998 Sheet 5 of 28


1,3 $CPUD[0..63]

$ $$ $ $$ $ $$ $ $ $$ $ $$ $ $$ $ $$ $ $$ $
CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC $TAG[0..7]
3
PPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP
UUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU 1
DDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD R138
0 12 3 45 6 78 9 1 11 1 11 1 11 1 22 2 22 2 10KR3
0 12 3 45 6 78 9 01 2 34 5 +3.3V
2 30mil
U29
30mil +3.3V U27 R139 1 28
66 6 6 77 7 77 7 7 78 8 88 8 88 8 89 9 99 9 A14 VCC
6 78 9 01 2 34 5 6 90 1 23 4 56 7 81 2 34 5 $CPUA18 1 2 TAG_PIN26 26 19 $TAG7
A13 D7
I I $CPUA5 10 18 $TAG6
OI
I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I A0 D6
O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
45 1 2 3 45 6 78 9 11 1 1 11 1 11 12 2 2 22 2 2 96 $CPUD26 DUMMY-R3 $CPUA6 9 17 $TAG5
VCC 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 IO27 A1 D5
30mil VIO 58 97 $CPUD27 $CPUA7 8 16 $TAG4
VCC IO28 A2 D4
109 98 $CPUD28 $CPUA8 7 15 $TAG3
VCC IO29 A3 D3
122 99 $CPUD29 $CPUA9 6 13 $TAG2
VCC IO30 A4 D2
13 100 $CPUD30 $CPUA10 5 12 $TAG1
VCCQ IO31 A5 D1
25 101 $CPUD31 $CPUA11 4 11 $TAG0
VCCQ IO32 A6 D0
38 2 $CPUD32 $CPUA12 3
VCCQ IO33 A7
R247 64 3 $CPUD33 $CPUA17 2
VCCQ IO34 A12
1 2 77 4 $CPUD34 $CPUA13 25 20
VCCQ IO35 A8 CS1*
89 5 $CPUD35 $CPUA14 24 22
VCCQ IO36 A9 OE*
DUMMY-R3 102 6 $CPUD36 $CPUA16 23 27 $TWE#
VCCQ IO37 A11 WE*
128 7 $CPUD37 $CPUA15 21 14
VCCQ IO38 A10 GND
R248 L2_MODE 41 8 $CPUD38
MODE IO39
1
$CPUA18 2 L2_PIN42 42 9 $CPUD39 S32K8-12
NC IO40
114 10 $CPUD40
BWE# IO41
DUMMY-R3 $BE#0 107 11 $CPUD41
BW1# IO42 3 $TWE#
$BE#1 108 12 $CPUD42
BW2# IO43
$BE#2 111 15 $CPUD43
BW3# IO44
$BWE# $BE#3 112 16 $CPUD44
3 $BWE# BW4# IO45
$BE#4 117 17 $CPUD45
BW5# IO46
$BE#5 118 18 $CPUD46
BW6# IO47
$BE#6 119 19 $CPUD47
BW7# IO48
$BE#7 120 20 $CPUD48
BW8# IO49
$CPUA10 53 21 $CPUD49 +3.3V +3.3V
1 $BE#[0..7] A7 IO50
$CPUA9 54 22 $CPUD50
A6 IO51
$CPUA8 55 23 $CPUD51
A5 IO52
$CPUA7 56 24 $CPUD52 30mil
A4 IO53
$CPUA6 57 27 $CPUD53
A3 IO54
$CPUA5 60 28 $CPUD54
1,3 $CPUA[3..18] A2 IO55
$CPUA4 61 29 $CPUD55
A1 IO56
$CPUA3 62 30 $CPUD56 BC203 BC205 BC204
A0 IO57
52 31 $CPUD57 SC4D7U10V5ZY SCD1U SC4D7U10V5ZY
NC IO58
$CPUA11 51 32 $CPUD58
A8 IO59
$CPUA12 50 33 $CPUD59
A9 IO60
$CPUA13 49 34 $CPUD60
A10 IO61
$CPUA14 48 35 $CPUD61
A11 IO62
$CPUA15 47 36 $CPUD62
A12 IO63
$CPUA16 44 37 $CPUD63
A13 AA
ADD CC GGGG GGG IO64
D GGNNNNG
VSPSCG O
ECEE2E3CECECL Z 1 NG
A
NG
NNNN
W NNNDDDDDDDD
# # # # # # # # 2 3 KZ 4 CDDDDQQQQQQQQ

1 11 1 11 1 11 1 1 64 4 11 5 41 9 76 3 21 S32K64-7
0
4050
1 12
6 3 61 2
4252
6275
1 33 0 21 9 60
30 3 0 85 9 64 1

3 $CADV# C

1 $CPUADS# L P

3 $CADS# 2 U
_ A
3 $GWE#
3 $COE# C 1
E 7 VIO
3 $CCS#
2
RN42
L2_CE2 1 8
L2_MODE 2 7
4 $PCIRST# 3 6
9 $L2CLK
$ZZ 4 5
4 $ZZ

SRN10K

+3.3V +3.3V R143 BC322


$CADV# 1 2 $CADV#XX

100R3 SC47P

R144 BC323
1
$CPUADS# 2 $CPUADS#XX
BC189 BC188 BC195 BC303 BC179 BC304
SC4D7U10V5ZY SCD1U SCD1U SCD1U SC1KP SC4D7U10V5ZY 100R3 SC47P

R141 BC320
$CADS# 1 2 $CADS#XX

100R3 SC47P

R142 BC321
VIO VIO $GWE# 1 2 $GWE#XX

100R3 SC47P

R145 BC324
$COE# 1 2 $COE#XX

BC312 BC199 BC311 BC310 BC187 BC178 BC190 BC196 100R3 SC47P
SC4D7U10V5ZY SCD1U SCD1U SC1KP SCD1U SCD1U SC1KP SC4D7U10V5ZY

Acer Inc.

365
Title

CACHE RAM & TAG RAM

Size Document Number REV

B 97160-SB, CACHE V14

Date: January 21, 1998 Sheet 6 of 28


+3.3V 16mil +3.3V +3.3V +3.3V

BC339 BC316 BC337 BC315 CX8 BC335 BC314 CX7 BC333 BC313
SCD1U SC4D7U10V5ZY SCD1U SC4D7U10V5ZY SC1KP SCD1U SC4D7U10V5ZY SC1KP SCD1U SC4D7U10V5ZY

DM4 DM3 DM2 DM1


S2M8-6 S2M8-6 S2M8-6 S2M8-6
1 28 1 28 1 28 1 28
VCC VSS VCC VSS VCC VSS VCC VSS
$MD0 2 27 $MD7 $MD8 2 27 $MD15 $MD16 2 27 $MD23 $MD24 2 27 $MD31
DQ0 DQ7 DQ0 DQ7 DQ0 DQ7 DQ0 DQ7
$MD1 3 26 $MD6 $MD9 3 26 $MD14 $MD17 3 26 $MD22 $MD25 3 26 $MD30
DQ1 DQ6 DQ1 DQ6 DQ1 DQ6 DQ1 DQ6
$MD2 4 25 $MD5 $MD10 4 25 $MD13 $MD18 4 25 $MD21 $MD26 4 25 $MD29
DQ2 DQ5 DQ2 DQ5 DQ2 DQ5 DQ2 DQ5
$MD3 5 24 $MD4 $MD11 5 24 $MD12 $MD19 5 24 $MD20 $MD27 5 24 $MD28
DQ3 DQ4 DQ3 DQ4 DQ3 DQ4 DQ3 DQ4
$MWE# 6 23 $MCAS#0 $MWE# 6 23 $MCAS#1 $MWE# 6 23 $MCAS#2 $MWE# 6 23 $MCAS#3
3 $MWE# W# CAS# W# CAS# W# CAS# W# CAS#
$MRAS#0 7 22 $MRAS#0 7 22 $MRAS#0 7 22 $MRAS#0 7 22
3 $MRAS#0 8
RAS# OE#
21 8
RAS# OE#
21 8
RAS# OE#
21 8
RAS# OE#
21
$TMA11 A11/NC A9 $MA9 $TMA11
A11/NC A9
$MA9 $TMA11
A11/NC A9
$MA9 $TMA11
A11/NC A9
$MA9
$TMA10 9 20 $MA8 $TMA10 9 20 $MA8 $TMA10 9 20 $MA8 $TMA10 9 20 $MA8
A10 A8 A10 A8 A10 A8 A10 A8
$TMA0 10 19 $MA7 $TMA0 10 19 $MA7 $TMA0 10 19 $MA7 $TMA0 10 19 $MA7
A0 A7 A0 A7 A0 A7 A0 A7
$TMA1 11 18 $MA6 $TMA1 11 18 $MA6 $TMA1 11 18 $MA6 $TMA1 11 18 $MA6
A1 A6 A1 A6 A1 A6 A1 A6
$MA2 12 17 $MA5 $MA2 12 17 $MA5 $MA2 12 17 $MA5 $MA2 12 17 $MA5
A2 A5 A2 A5 A2 A5 A2 A5
$MA3 13 16 $MA4 $MA3 13 16 $MA4 $MA3 13 16 $MA4 $MA3 13 16 $MA4
A3 A4 A3 A4 A3 A4 A3 A4
14 15 14 15 14 15 14 15
VCC VSS VCC VSS VCC VSS VCC VSS

+3.3V +3.3V +3.3V +3.3V

BC345 BC332 BC347 BC334 CX10 BC350 BC336 BC318 BC338 CX9
SCD1U SC4D7U10V5ZY SCD1U SC4D7U10V5ZY SC1KP SCD1U SC4D7U10V5ZY SCD1U SC4D7U10V5ZY SC1KP

DM8 DM7 DM6 DM5


S2M8-6 S2M8-6 S2M8-6 S2M8-6
1 28 1 28 1 28 1 28
VCC VSS VCC VSS VCC VSS VCC VSS
$MD32 2 27 $MD39 $MD40 2 27 $MD47 $MD48 2 27 $MD55 $MD56 2 27 $MD63
DQ0 DQ7 DQ0 DQ7 DQ0 DQ7 DQ0 DQ7
$MD33 3 26 $MD38 $MD41 3 26 $MD46 $MD49 3 26 $MD54 $MD57 3 26 $MD62
DQ1 DQ6 DQ1 DQ6 DQ1 DQ6 DQ1 DQ6
$MD34 4 25 $MD37 $MD42 4 25 $MD45 $MD50 4 25 $MD53 $MD58 4 25 $MD61
DQ2 DQ5 DQ2 DQ5 DQ2 DQ5 DQ2 DQ5
$MD35 5 24 $MD36 $MD43 5 24 $MD44 $MD51 5 24 $MD52 $MD59 5 24 $MD60
DQ3 DQ4 DQ3 DQ4 DQ3 DQ4 DQ3 DQ4
$MWE# 6 23 $MCAS#4 $MWE# 6 23 $MCAS#5 $MWE# 6 23 $MCAS#6 $MWE# 6 23 $MCAS#7
W# CAS# W# CAS# W# CAS# W# CAS#
$MRAS#0 7 22 $MRAS#0 7 22 $MRAS#0 7 22 $MRAS#0 7 22
RAS# OE# RAS# OE# RAS# OE# RAS# OE#
$TMA11 8 21 $MA9 $TMA11 8 21 $MA9 $TMA11 8 21 $MA9 $TMA11 8 21 $MA9
A11/NC A9 A11/NC A9 A11/NC A9 A11/NC A9
$TMA10 9 20 $MA8 $TMA10 9 20 $MA8 $TMA10 9 20 $MA8 $TMA10 9 20 $MA8
A10 A8 A10 A8 A10 A8 A10 A8
$TMA0 10 19 $MA7 $TMA0 10 19 $MA7 $TMA0 10 19 $MA7 $TMA0 10 19 $MA7
A0 A7 A0 A7 A0 A7 A0 A7
$TMA1 11 18 $MA6 $TMA1 11 18 $MA6 $TMA1 11 18 $MA6 $TMA1 11 18 $MA6
A1 A6 A1 A6 A1 A6 A1 A6
$MA2 12 17 $MA5 $MA2 12 17 $MA5 $MA2 12 17 $MA5 $MA2 12 17 $MA5
A2 A5 A2 A5 A2 A5 A2 A5
$MA3 13 16 $MA4 $MA3 13 16 $MA4 $MA3 13 16 $MA4 $MA3 13 16 $MA4
A3 A4 A3 A4 A3 A4 A3 A4
14 15 14 15 14 15 14 15
VCC VSS VCC VSS VCC VSS VCC VSS

72.48214.209 400mil 2MX8-6 EDO3.3V


X 300mil
B09 X
+3.3V +3.3V $MD[0..63]
3,8

60mil
$MA12 8

$MA13 8
1
BC308 TC18
2 3 $A[2..13] $MA[2..11] 8
SC4D7U16V6ZY ST22U

RN44
$A3 1 8 $MA3
$A4 2 7 $MA4
$A5 3 6 $MA5
$A2 4 5 $MA2

SRN22 Both DRAM and DIMM

RN17
$A8 1 8 $MA8
$A7 2 7 $MA7
ALL DAMPING RESISTORS MUST CLOSE M1531 $A6 3 6 $MA6
$A9 4 5 $MA9

SRN22

RN43
$A10 1 8 $MA10
$A11 2 7 $MA11 To DIMM socket
3 $CAS#[0..7] $MCAS#[0..7] 8
$A12 3 6 $MA12
$A13 4 5 $MA13

SRN22
RN14
1
$CAS#0 8 $MCAS#0 RN16
2
$CAS#1 7 $MCAS#1 $AA0 1 8 $MAA0 $MAA0 TO DIMM
3 $AA0 $MAA0 8
3
$CAS#2 6 $MCAS#2 2 7 $TMA0 $TMA0 TO DRAM
4
$CAS#3 5 $MCAS#3 $AA1 3 6 $MAA1 $MAA1 TO DIMM
3 $AA1 $MAA1 8
4 5 $TMA1 $TMA1 TO DRAM
SRN22
SRN22
RN41
1
$CAS#7 8 $MCAS#7
2
$CAS#6 7 $MCAS#6
3
$CAS#5 6 $MCAS#5 R252
4
$CAS#4 5 $MCAS#4 $A10 1 2 $TMA10

SRN22 22R3
To DRAM on board
R253
$A11 1 2 $TMA11

DUMMY-R3 Acer Inc.


$TMA11 FOR 4K REFRESH
365
Title

16M EDO DRAM on board

Size Document Number REV

B 97160-SB, DRAM V14

Date: January 21, 1998 Sheet 7 of 28


+3.3V

+3.3V

$MD[0..63]
3,7 $MD[0..63]

BC341 BC342 BC348 BC317 BC349


SCD1U SCD1U SCD1U SCD1U SC4D7U10V5ZY
CN21
145

1 2
$MD0 3 4 $MD32
$MD1 5 6 $MD33
$MD2 7 8 $MD34
$MD3 9 10 $MD35
7 $MCAS#[0..7]
11 12 +3.3V
$MD4 13 14 $MD36
$MD5 15 16 $MD37
$MD6 17 18 $MD38
$MD7 19 20 $MD39
21 22
$MCAS#0 23 24 $MCAS#4
$MCAS#1 25 26 $MCAS#5 BC344 BC346 BC319 BC351 BC343
27 28 SCD1U SCD1U SCD1U SCD1U SC4D7U10V5ZY
$MAA0 29 30 $MA3
7 $MAA0
$MAA1 31 32 $MA4
7 $MAA1 33 34
$MA2 $MA5
35 36
$MD8 37 38 $MD40
$MD9 39 40 $MD41
$MD10 41 42 $MD42
$MD11 43 44 $MD43
7 $MA[2..11] 45 46 +3.3V
$MD12 47 48 $MD44
$MD13 49 50 $MD45
$MD14 51 52 $MD46
$MD15 53 54 $MD47
55 56
57 58
59 60 CX11 CX12 CX13 CX14
SC1KP SC1KP SC1KP SC1KP

61 62
9 $SDRAM_CLK0 $CLKEN0
3
63 64
65 66
3 $MSRAS#0 $MSCAS#0
3
67 68
3 $MWE# $CLKEN1
3
69 70 $MA12
3 $MRAS#2 71 72
$MA127
$MA13
3 $MRAS#3 $MA137
73 74
$SDRAM_CLK1
9
75 76
77 78
79 80
81 82
$MD16 83 84 $MD48
$MD17 85 86 $MD49
$MD18 87 88 $MD50
$MD19 89 90 $MD51
91 92
$MD20 93 94 $MD52
$MD21 95 96 $MD53
$MD22 97 98 $MD54
$MD23 99 100 $MD55
101 102
$MA6 103 104 $MA7
$MA8 105 106 $MA11
107 108
$MA9 109 110 $MA12
$MA10 111 112 $MA13
113 114
$MCAS#2 115 116 $MCAS#6
$MCAS#3 117 118 $MCAS#7
119 120
$MD24 121 122 $MD56
$MD25 123 124 $MD57
$MD26 125 126 $MD58
$MD27 127 128 $MD59
129 130
$MD28 131 132 $MD60
$MD29 133 134 $MD61
$MD30 135 136 $MD62
$MD31 137 138 $MD63
139 140
141 142
1,4,5,9,26 $SMBDATA $SMBCLK1,4,5,9,26
143 144

146

SDIMM144

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Title

DIMM SOCKET

Size Document Number REV

B 97160-SB, DIMM V14

Date: January 19, 1998 Sheet 8 of 28


+3.3V CLKAVDD +3.3V +3.3V VIO VIO

R118
1 2

22R3

1
TC14 BC285 BC168 CX16 BC150 BC165 BC162 BC151 BC152 BC166 BC167 BC161 CX15 BC164 BC163
2
ST22U SCD1U SC4D7U16V6ZYSC1KP SCD1U SC1KP SCD1U SC1KP SCD1U SCD1U SC4D7U16V6ZY SC4D7U10V5ZY SC1KP SCD1U SC4D7U10V5ZY

Width-Space

6mil-10mil
(SMT)
R207
1 2
10 $VGA14M $VGA14M X2
4 3
47R3 2272X1 1 2 2272X2

R206 XTAL4P-14.318MHZ
1
AUDIO14M 2 R227
23 AUDIO14M
BC149 BC148 1 2 $USBCLK
$USBCLK4
47R3 SC10P SC10P +3.3V
47R3
R208 R234
1
MODEM14M 2 16mil 16mil $PCISTP# 1 2
19 MODEM14M
R228
47R3 CLKAVDD VIO 1 2 $SIO24M 10KR3
$SIO24M 20

R216 40mil 47R3


33_14M 1 2 R235
4 33_14M
+3.3V +3.3V R229 $CPUSTP# 1 2
47R3 1 2 $CPUCLK
$CPUCLK1
10KR3
R209 U23 56R3
$P33CLK 1 2 1 48
4 $P33CLK AVDD VDDQS
REF0 2 47 USBCLK R230
REF0 USBCLK
47R3 3 46 SIO24M 1 2 $L2CLK
VSS IOCLK $L2CLK 6
2272X1 4 45 8mil-12mil
XTALIN VSS
R210 2272X2 5 44 CPUCLK 56R3
XTALOUT CPUCLK0
1 2 6 43
10 $VGACLK $VGACLK REF1
REF1 CPUCLK1 L2CLK
7 42 R231
VDDQS VDDCPU
47R3 PCICLK_F 8 41 31CLK 1 2 $31CLK
PCICLK_F CPUCLK2 $31CLK 3
9 40
VSS CPUCLK3
R211 PCICLK0 10 39 56R3
PCICLK0 VSS
1
$CARDCLK 2 PCICLK1 11 38 SDRAM0
25 $CARDCLK PCICLK1 SDRAM0
PCICLK2 12 37 SDRAM1 R232
PCICLK2 SDRAM1
47R3 13 36 1 2 $SDRAM_CLK0
PCICLK3 VDDQS $SDRAM_CLK0
8
14 35
VDDQS SDRAM2
R212 15 34 56R3
PCICLK4 SDRAM3
$P31CLK 1 2 16 33
3 $P31CLK VSS VSS
17 32 R233
EPCICLK SDRAM4
47R3 18 31 1 2 $SDRAM_CLK1
VSS SDRAM5 $SDRAM_CLK1
8
R213 19 30
VDDQS VDDQS
1 2 PWR_DWN# 20 29 56R3
+3.3V PWR_DWN#CPU_STOP#
SEL1 21 28 $PCISTP#
SEL1 PCI_STOP# $PCISTP#4
20KR3 22 27
VSS VSS
23 26 $CPUSTP#
1,4,5,8,26 $SMBDATA SDATA SEL0 $CPUSTP#
4
24 25 SEL2
4,5,8,26 $SMBCLK SCLK SEL2

CY2272

BC274
MODEM14M
BC289 +3.3V
SC33P $USBCLK

SC10P
BC273
$VGA14M $SLOWDWN$SLOWDWN
4
BC290 +5V
SC33P $SIO24M BC286
SCD1U +3.3V
SC22P
BC272
1
AUDIO14M R239
1
100KR3 R238
SC33P U24A 47KR3
2
1
4 1
2

BC275 CLKSEL1 2 3 SEL1


1 CLKSEL1
33_14M
BC291 V : Install
SC33P 7
$CPUCLK SOLCX125M X : Not install

SC10P SEL1 SEL2


SEL1 SEL2 CPUCLK R107 R99

BC292
$L2CLK 0 0 60.0MHz V V

SC10P
0 1 66.6MHz V X
+5V $SLOWDWN +3.3V
BC276 BC293
$P33CLK $31CLK CPUSTOP#=SEL0=0 => freq/4

1 +3.3V 1
SC33P SC15P R237 R236 CLKDWN=1 => SEL1=1, SEL2=1, freq=55MHz
100KR3 U24B 47KR3
1
4 4
2 2
BC277 BC294
$VGACLK $SDRAM_CLK0 CLKSEL25 6 SEL2
1 CLKSEL2

SC33P SC10P
7
SOLCX125M

BC278 BC295
$CARDCLK $SDRAM_CLK1

SC22P SC10P

BC279
$P31CLK

SC33P Acer Inc.

365
Title

Clock Generator CY2272

Size Document Number REV

B 97160-SB, CLOCK V14

Date: February 3, 1998 Sheet 9 of 28


U17
148 168 (ZV_PCLK) VGA_VCCA XTALVDD
25,26 ACAD14 P0/Y0 VCLK/PCLK ACLKRUN#
25,26
149 144 (ZV_HREF) G2
25,26 ACAD16 P1/Y1 EVIDEO#/HREF ACAD925,26
150 146 (ZV_VREF) R36 1 2
25,26 ACCBE#1 P2/Y2 BLANK#/VS ACAD1225,26
151 147 1 2 20mil
25,26 ARSVD/A18 P3/Y3 DCLK/FSC/NC
152 GAP-CLOSE
25,26 ACPAR P4/Y4
155 0R3
25,26 ACBLOCK# P5/Y5
158 140 G0
25,26 ACPERR# P6/Y6 PDATA0
RGBGND
159 139 R2 BC65 BC231 BC61
ZV 25,26 ACSTOP#
25,26 ACDEVSEL#
160
P7/Y7
P8/UV0
PDATA1
PDATA2
137 R1 SC4D7U16V6ZY SCD1U SC4D7U16V6ZY
161 135 R0
25,26 ACTRDY# P9/UV1 PDATA3 R[0..7] 11
162 131 B1
25 ACCLK P10/UV2 PDATA4
163 130 B0
25,26 ACFRAME# P11/UV3 PDATA5
RGBGND
164 129 G2
25,26 ACIRDY# P12/UV4 PDATA6 G[0..7] 11
165 128 G1
25,26 ACAD17 P13/UV5 PDATA7
166 127 B3
25,26 ACCBE#2 P14/UV6 PDATA8
167 126 G3
25,26 ACAD19 P15/UV7 PDATA9 B[0..7] 11
124 R3 VGA_VCCA MCLKVDDVGA_VCCA VCLKVDD
PDATA10
123 B2
PDATA11
$AD0 19 122 R5 R39 20mil R38 20mil
AD0 PDATA12
$AD1 20 121 B4 1 2 1 2
AD1 PDATA13
$AD2 21 120 G4
AD2 PDATA14/LCD_ID3
$AD3 22 119 R4 0R3 0R3
AD3 PDATA15/LCD_ID2
$AD4 24 118 B5
3,4,25 $AD[0..31] AD4 PDATA16/LCD_ID1
$AD5 26 117 G5 BC235 BC64 BC234 BC63
AD5 PDATA17/LCD_ID0
$AD6 28 13 R6 SCD1U SC4D7U16V6ZY SCD1U SC4D7U16V6ZY
AD6 PDATA18
$AD7 30 14 G6
AD7 PDATA19
$AD8 32 15 B6
AD8 PDATA20
$AD9 33 16 R7
AD9 PDATA21
$AD10 34 17 G7 RGBGND RGBGND
AD10 PDATA22
+3.3V $AD11 35 18 B7
AD11 PDATA23
R123 $AD12 36 169
AD12 PDATA24
1 2 $AD13 37 170
$PERR#25 AD13 PDATA25
$AD14 38 171 VGA_VCCA DACVDD
AD14 PDATA26
10KR3 $AD15 39 172
AD15 PDATA27
$AD16 41 174 R37 20mil
AD16 PDATA28
G14 $AD17 43 176 1 2
AD17 PDATA29
$PERR#1 2 $VGAPERR# $AD18 45
AD18 PDATA30
2
$AD19 46 3 0R3
AD19 PDATA31
GAP-CLOSE $AD20 47 4
AD20 PDATA32
$AD21 48 5 BC233 BC232 BC62
AD21 PDATA33
G13 $AD22 49 6 SCD1U SCD1U SC4D7U16V6ZY
AD22 PDATA34
1 2 $AD23 50 7
3 $REQ#1 AD23 PDATA35
$AD24 52
AD24
GAP-OPEN $AD25 53
AD25
(For NM2160) 54 142 RGBGND
$AD26
AD26 FPVCC $ENAVDD11
$AD27 55 143 $NDISPLAY
AD27 FPVEE
$AD28 56 108
AD28 FPBACK $FPBACK4,12
$AD29 58 112
AD29 FLM FLM 11
$AD30 60 113 +5V +5V
AD30 LP LP 11
$AD31 61 141
AD31 SCLK SHFCLK 11
111 20mil
FPHDE/MD0 MOD 11
$CBE#0 31 115
C/BE0# SCLKI
$CBE#1 40
3,4,25 $CBE#[0..3] C/BE1#
$CBE#2 51
C/BE2#
$CBE#3 63 9
C/BE3# NC/ROM_CS#/NC
BC107 CX18 BC109 BC108
65 SC2D2U16V5ZYSC1KP SCD1U SC4D7U10V5ZY
3,4,25 $PAR PAR
66
$VGAPERR# 136
PERR# DVSS
67 154
3,4,25 $TRDY# TRDY# DVSS
68 173
3,4,25 $STOP# STOP# DVSS
69
3,4,25 $DEVSEL# DEVSEL#
70 23
4,5 $INTA# INTA# GND
R81 71 64
9 $VGACLK BCLK GND
$AD22 1 2 VGAIDSEL 72 109
3,4,25 $FRAME# 73
FRAME# GND
88 BUSSEL +3.3V +3.3V
3,4,25 $IRDY# 145
IRDY# GND
33R3 10
3,4,25 $CLKRUN# CLKRUN# VSSP
81
VGAIDSEL 29 FOR HVDD 40mil
IDSEL VSSP
84 44
4 $PCIRST# RESET# VSSP
59
VSSP
80
VSSP
114
VSSP
RN1 VGADIS 110 125 BC136 CX17 BC87 BC106 BC90
VGADIS VSSP
1 8 VGADIS $VGASUS 77 138 SC4D7U16V6ZYSC1KP SCD1U SCD1U SC4D7U10V5ZY
2 7 4 $VGASUS 83
SUSPEND VSSP
XCKEN XCKEN 153
XCKEN VSSP
3 6 75
ACTIVITY/A25
4 5 $VGASUS 74
NTSC_PAL/NC
79
CSYNC/NC
SRN10K 76 98
STANDBY/STATUS1 R R 13
82 97
4 $32KO RTC32K/STATUS2 G G 13
85 96
PVCLKI/STATUS3 B B 13
86 +3.3V
PMCLKI/STATUS4
89
HSYNC HSYNC 13
R180 90 FOR VDD
VSYNC VSYNC 13
1 2 MTEST# 87 11
+3.3V MTEST# DDC2BD DDC_DATA 13
12
DDC2BC DDC_CLK 13
10KR3 92
XTAL2
93 101 REXT
9 $VGA14M XTAL1 REXT
R61 BC88 BC105 BC89
ZV MMVDD
157
+5V
1 2 SCD1U SCD1U SC4D7U10V5ZY
1 11K 1%
HMVDD/LVDD
91 8 11KR3F VGA_VCCA +5V
AVSSX1 LVDD
104 116 RGBGND
105
AVSSV
AVSSM LCD LVDD
LVDD
132
+3.3V
TRACE TO PIN 100 BC236
99 133 VGA_PIN133 2951CM_FB
AVSSR1 VBB
100
AVSSR2
134 BC352 SCD1U
DVDD +3.3V
94 156 SCD1U +3.3V U5
XTALVDD
VCLKVDD
103
AVDDX1
AVDDV
DRAM
DVDD
DVDD
175 1
OUT INPUT
8
106 FOR DVDD 2 7
MCLKVDD AVDDM SENSE FB
95 27 3 6
DACVDD AVDDR1 VDD +3.3V SD 5V/TAP
102 62 4 5
AVDDR2
Logic VDD
VDD
107 BC237
GND ERROR

SCD1U LP2951CM
25 BC91 BC92 BC112
HVDD +3.3V
RGBGND 42 SCD1U SC1KP SC4D7U10V5ZY
HVDD
Host HVDD
57
RGBGND RGBGND
R63 78
HVDD
$NDISPLAY1 2
NM2097-1
33R3

+3.3V +3.3V
R35
BUSSEL1 2 FOR LVDD
U24C
1 1 0R3
4 0
R62
9 8 1
$33DISP 2 G3
4 33DISPLAY $DISPLAY 11
1 2 BC66 BC111 BC110
$GNT#1 3
DUMMY-R3 SCD1U SC1KP SC4D7U10V5ZY Acer Inc.
7
SOLCX125M GAP-OPEN
365
(For NM2160) Title

VGA Chip NM2097

Size Document Number REV

B 97160-SB, VGA V14

Date: February 3, 1998 Sheet 10 of 28


RC2
6
RN23
P3 R0 7 5 RR0 1 8 $R0 R41 R166
2 7 $R1 1 2 FLMXX 1 2 LCDFLM
10 FLM
P2 R1 8 4 RR1 3 6 $R3
4 5 $R6 22R3 10R3
10 R[0..7] 9 3
P10 R3 RR3 BC239
SRN22 SC47P
P18 R6 10 2 RR6

EZAST11AAAJ
1
R42 R165
1 2 LPXX 1 2 LCDLP
10 LP

10R3 10R3
BC240
SC22P

RC1
6
RN22
P1 R2 7 5 RR2 1 8 $R2 R40 R164
2 7 $R4 1 2 MODXX 1 2 LCDMOD
10 MOD
P15 R4 8 4 RR4 3 6 $R5
4 5 $R7 22R3 10R3
P12 R5 9 3 RR5 BC238
SRN22 SC22P
P21 R7 10 2 RR7

EZAST11AAAJ
1

L9 R181 L2
RC4 1 2 1
SHFCLKXX 2 LCDXCLKXX 1 2 LCDXCLK
10 SHFCLK
6
RN25 56R3 0R3 BK1608LL241
P0 G0 7 5 GG0 1 8 $G0 8-12mil
10 G[0..7]
2 7 $G1 BC241
P7 G1 8 4 GG1 3 6 $G3 SC22P
4 5 $G6
P9 G3 9 3 GG3
SRN22
P19 G6 10 2 GG6

EZAST11AAAJ
1

BC213
+3.3V

SCD1U

1 +3.3V
RC3 R158 U2
6 47KR3 1 8 LCDVDD
GNDOUT
RN24 2 7
2 IN OUT
P6 G2 7 5 GG2 1 8 $G2 3 6
IN OUT
2 7 $G4 LCDVDDEN# 4 5
EN# OUT
P14 G4 8 4 GG4 3 6 $G5
4 5 $G7 TPS2013D
P17 G5 9 3 GG5 R157 40mil
3
SRN22 1 2 LCDFET_G 1 Q1
10 2 10 $ENAVDD
P22 G7 GG7 2N7002 BC212
100KR3 2
SC2D2U16V5ZY

EZAST11AAAJ
1

RC6
6
RN27 CN6
P5 B0 7 5 BB0 1 8 $B0 $R0 $R2
10 B[0..7]
2 7 $B1 $R1
40
39
1
2
$R4 LCD Connecter
P4 B1 8 4 BB1 3 6 $B3 $R3 $R5
38 3
4 5 $B6 $R6 $R7
37 4
P8 B3 9 3 BB3 LCDVDD
36 5
SRN22 $G0 $G2
35 6
P20 B6 10 2 BB6 $G1 $G4
34 7
$G3 $G5
33 8
$G6 $G7
2 32 9
EZAST11AAAJ R163
1 31 10
DUMMY-R3 $B0 $B2
30 11
$B1 $B4
29 12
$B3 $B5 LCDVDD
1 28 13
$B6 $B7
27 14
26 15
40mil
10 $DISPLAY 25 16
LCDMOD
24 17
LCDLP
23 18
RC5 LCDFLM
22 19
6 LCDXCLK BC218 BC219 BC220
21 20
RN26 SC1KP SCD1U SC2D2U16V5ZY
P11 B2 7 5 BB2 1 8 $B2 SCNN40C
2 7 $B4
P13 B4 8 4 BB4 3 6 $B5 BC221
4 5 $B7 SCD1U
P16 B5 9 3 BB5
SRN22
LCDVEE12
P23 B7 10 2 BB7

EZAST11AAAJ
1
Acer Inc.

365
Title

LCD Interface

Size Document Number REV

B 97160-SB, LCD V14

Date: January 21, 1998 Sheet 11 of 28


+5V

1
R190
15KR3
+5V
INV+5VA 2 R191
4 ID_DATA 1 2
1 100R3
BC125 R112 BC101
SCD1U 510R3 SC1KP
+5V
4 33CCFT
U11A
2
CCFT_ON
Inverter
1
4 1 1
R110 3 R193
1 2 CCFTRES 2 3 CCFT_ONXX# 2 Q2 15KR3
+5V
10KR3 1
RN1424
BC131 2 R194
Up
7 SOHCT125 SC1KP 4 ID_CLK 1 2
CN12
100R3 13
BC269
SC1KP ID_DATAXX 12 Orange
ID_CLKXX 11 Blue
10 Green
CONTRAST_ON 9 White
+5V INV+5VA R195 CCFT_ON 8 Red
10 $FPBACK 1 2 $FPBACKXX 7 Gray
6
1 100R3 DCBATOUT 5 Black
4 CONTRAST R116 BC130 80mil 4 Brown
5K1R3D SC1KP INV+5VA 3 Yellow
1 U11B 2
4 4 2 1 Purple
R113
5 6 CNTRSTON 1 2 CONTRAST_ON 14
100R3 11 LCDVEE HRS-CON12
7 SOHCT125 BC132
SC1KP BC143
SCD1U Down
DCBATOUT
INV+5VA

CX1
INV+5VA INV2951FB BC133 BC129 BC145
+6V SC1KP SC1U50V5ZY SCD1U
SCD1U
UX1
1 OUT INPUT 8
2 SENSE FB 7
3 SD 5V/TAP 6
4 GND ERROR 5
CX2
LP2951ACM SCD1U

Acer Inc.
365
Title
LCD Inverter
Size Document Number REV
A 97160-SB, INVERTER V11
Date: January 8, 1998 Sheet 12 of 28
R156
10 DDC_CLK DDC_CLK 1 2
100R3
R18 R3
10 HSYNC
HSYNC 1 2 HSYNCXX 1 2 CRT_HS CRT Connecter
10R3 0R3
R17 R4
10 VSYNC VSYNC 1 2 VSYNCXX 1 2 CRT_VS CRT_VS CN2
16
+3.3V 10R3 0R3
5
68.00031.001 DDC_CLKXX 15
CRT_B 10
4
14
2 1 2 1 9
D6 D7 3
BAV99LT1 BAV99LT1 BC3 BC5 CRT_HS 13
SC47P SC47P 8
3 3 2
DDC_DATAXX 12
7
CRT_G 1
VSW1XX 11
6
R2 17
DDC_DATA 1
DDC_DATA 2
10 VIDEO-15-4-D
100R3

CRT_R
(RGBGND trace to VGA)
width-space
R21
6-10mil 4 CRT# CRT# 1 2
1KR3
L6
10 R R 1 2 CRT_R
NL322522T-2R2
L7 BC35
G 1 2 CRT_G SC1KP
10 G NL322522T-2R2
L8
B 1 2 CRT_B
10 B
NL322522T-2R2
+3.3V
1 1 1
R16 R1 R155
75R3 75R3 75R3 BC1 BC2 BC4
D5 D1 D4 SC47P SC47P SC47P
2 2 2 2 2 2
3 3 3
1 1 1 TRACE TO VGA AVSS & CRT RGBGND (6,7,8)
AVSS (91,99,100,104,105) (RGBGND trace to VGA)
BAV99LT1 BAV99LT1 BAV99LT1 REXT (101)

1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10
11 12 13 14 15

6 1 12 8 3 14 10 5
+5V
R5 DY1
Left 11 7 2 13 9 4 15 Right
DDC_CLK 1 2 CRT+5V
2 1
4K7R3 S1N4148

1
DDC_DATA
R19
2
(Top View)
4K7R3
+5V

R20
CRT# 1 2
100KR3
Acer Inc.
365
Title
CRT Interface
Size Document Number REV
B 97160-1, CRT V15
Date: February 26, 1998 Sheet 13 of 28
4 PIDE_D[0..15]

CN15
4
3
42

R222 1 HDD+5V
1 2 HD_D8 2 21
4 PIDE_DRQ RSTDRV#
5
HD_D9 3 22 HD_D7 RP18
100R3 HD_D10 4 23 HD_D6 PIDE_D4 1 10
HD_D11 5 24 HD_D5 PIDE_D5 2 9 PIDE_D0
2
R221 HD_D12 6 25 HD_D4 PIDE_D6 3 8 PIDE_D1
5K6R3HDD+5V HD_D13 7 26 HD_D3 PIDE_D7 4 7 PIDE_D2
HD_D14 8 27 HD_D2 5 6 PIDE_D3
1 9 28
HD_D15 HD_D1
HD_DRQ 10 29 HD_D0 SRP10K
1
R128 HD_IOR# 11 30
12 31 HDD+5V
4K7R3 HD_RDY HD_IOW#
HD_DACK# 13 32
2 14 33 R224
R101 15 34 HDCN_PIN34 1 2 HDD+5V
SIRQI 4
2 1 HD_A2 16 35 HD_A1
4 PIDE_AK#
HD_CS3# 17 36 HD_A0 100R3 RP17
1
33R3 18 37 HD_CS1# R223 PIDE_D12 1 10
19 38 HDD_LED# 4K7R3 PIDE_D13 2 9 PIDE_D8
20 39 PIDE_D14 3 8 PIDE_D9
40 2 4 7
PIDE_D15 PIDE_D10
41 5 6 PIDE_D11
1
R129
4K7R3 SRP10K
4
4 HRS-CON40
2 HDD+5V
HDD+5V

HDD conn. RN35


PIDE_D0 1 8 HD_D0
PIDE_D1 2 7 HD_D1
PIDE_D2 3 6 HD_D2
PIDE_D3 4 5 HD_D3

SRN220

RN36
PIDE_D4 1 8 HD_D4
PIDE_D5 2 7 HD_D5
PIDE_D6 3 6 HD_D6
PIDE_D7 4 5 HD_D7

SRN220

RN37
R215 PIDE_D11 1 8 HD_D11
1 2 HD_CS3# PIDE_D10 2 7 HD_D10
4 PIDE_CS3# 3 6
60mil PIDE_D9 HD_D9
+5V 47R3 PIDE_D8 4 5 HD_D8
L5
1 2 R120 SRN220
HDD+5V
1 2 HD_CS1#
4 PIDE_CS1#
0R6 RN34
47R3 PIDE_D15 1 8 HD_D15
1
TC13 BC160 CX19 PIDE_D14 2 7 HD_D14
2 3 6
ST22U SCD1U SC1KP PIDE_D13 HD_D13
R103 PIDE_D12 4 5 HD_D12
1 2 HD_IOR#
4 PIDE_IOR#
SRN220
47R3

R198
1 2 HD_IOW#
4 PIDE_IOW#
RN32
47R3 1 8 HD_A0
4 PIDE_A0 2 7 HD_A1
4 PIDE_A1
3 6 HD_A2
4 PIDE_A2
4 5

SRN47

HDD+5V

R117
+5V 1 2

4K7R3

+5V R225
1 2 HD_RDY
4 PIDE_RDY
BC158
SCD1U 100R3
1
R126
47KR3
U13B
2
1
4
4
20 DR0#
6
MEDIA_LED# 27
5

7
+5V SOHCT08
U13A
1
4
HDD_LED# 1
3 HDCD_LED#
2
15 CDROM_LED#
7
SOHCT08

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Title

HDD, media LED

Size Document Number REV

B 97160-1, HDD V15

Date: February 26, 1998 Sheet 14 of 28


4 SIDE_D[0..15]

+5V CDROM+5V

CDROM+5V
L4
RP8 1 2
SIDE_D7 1 10
SIDE_D6 2 9 SIDE_D0 FBM3225
SIDE_D5 3 8 SIDE_D1
SIDE_D4 4 7 SIDE_D2
1
5 6 SIDE_D3 TC17 BC301 BC302 CDROM+5V
2
ST22U SCD1U SC1KP 60mil
SRP10K

CDROM+5V

Up
CDROM+5V
BC144 BC281 BC280 CN13
RP9 RN6 SC4D7U16V6ZY
SC1KP SCD1U 42 43
SIDE_D15 1 10 1 8 CD_A0
2 9 4 SIDE_A0
SIDE_D14 SIDE_D8 2 7 CD_A1 40 39
4 SIDE_A1 INDEX# 20
SIDE_D13 3 8 SIDE_D9 3 6 CD_A2 38 37
4 7 4 SIDE_A2 4 5 36 35
DR0#20
SIDE_D12 SIDE_D10 DSKCHG#20
5 6 SIDE_D11 34 33
MTR0#20
32 31
SRP10K X
SRN100 75 ohm
66.75036.080
4 3MODE
CDROM+5V
30
28
29
27
FDIR# 20
STEP# 20
WDATA# 20
CDROM+5V R217 26 25
WGATE# 20
1 2 24 23
TRK0# 20
R119 22 21
WRTPRT#20
1 2 CD_CS3# 100KR3 20 19
4 SIDE_CS3# RDATA# 20
18 17
4 CD/FDD# HDSEL#20
100R3 16 15
RN12 14 13 8-12mil
CD_AUDR
23
SIDE_D3 1 8 CD_D3 R214 12 11
23 CD_AUDL
SIDE_D1 2 7 CD_D1 1 2 CD_CS1# 8-12mil 10 9
4 SIDE_CS1# RSTDRV#
5
SIDE_D2 3 6 CD_D2 CD_D7 8 7 CD_D6
SIDE_D0 4 5 CD_D0 100R3 CD_D5 6 5 CD_D4
CD_D3 4 3 CD_D2
SRN150 CD_D1 2 1 CD_D0

RN39 44 41
SIDE_D4 1 8 CD_D4
SIDE_D5 2 7 CD_D5 R102 MOLEX-CONN40A
SIDE_D6 3 6 CD_D6 1 2 CD_IOR#
4 SIDE_IOR#
SIDE_D7 4 5 CD_D7 Down
100R3
SRN150
R197
RN40 1 2 CD_IOW#
SIDE_D8 1 8 CD_D8
4 SIDE_IOW#
CD-ROM 1st conn.
SIDE_D9 2 7 CD_D9 100R3
SIDE_D10 3 6 CD_D10 FDD conn.
SIDE_D11 4 5 CD_D11
R244
SRN150 1 2 CD_RDY
4 SIDE_RDY

RN13 100R3
SIDE_D12 1 8 CD_D12
SIDE_D13 2 7 CD_D13
SIDE_D14 3 6 CD_D14 60mil
SIDE_D15 4 5 CD_D15
CDROM+5V
SRN150

Up 1
R246
CN16 1KR3
32 31
2
CDROM+5V CDROM+5V
CD_IOW# 30 29 CD_RDY
CD_INTR 28 27 CD_A1
CDROM+5V CD_A0 26 25 CD_CS1#
2 1
R245 24 23 CDROM+5V R242
14 CDROM_LED#
R201 4K7R3 22 21 4K7R3
INDEX# 1 2 20 19
1 18 17 2
CD_CS3#
CDROM+5V
1KR3 CD_A2 16 15
R202 CDROM_LED# 14 13 CD2CN_PIN13
1
DSKCHG# 2 R135 12 11 CD_IOR#
1 2 CD_DRQ 10 9 CD_D15
4 SIDE_DRQ
1KR3 CD_D14 8 7 CD_D13
R220 100R3 CD_D12 6 5 CD_D11 R196
TRK0# 1 2 CD_D10 4 3 CD_D9 2 1
1 4 SIDE_AK#
R134 CD_D8 2 1
1KR3 4K7R3 100R3
R219 34 33
1 2 2
WRTPRT#
MOLEX-CONN30A
1KR3
R218
RDATA# 1 2 Down
1KR3
CD-ROM 2nd conn.
THESE RESISTORS MUST BE CLOSED FDD CONN.

+5V

U25F
1
4

13 12
SIRQII# 4
R243
CD_INTR 1 2
SIRQII 4 7
SOHCT14
100R3

1
R241
4K7R3

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Title

CDROM, Internal FDD

Size Document Number REV

B 97160-SB, CD-FDD V14

Date: February 3, 1998 Sheet 15 of 28


+5V 80mil
U1
1 GND OUT 8 USBPWR1
2 IN OUT 7
3 IN OUT 6
4 EN# OC# 5 1
BC34 BC209 TC5
SCD1U TPS2014 SCD1U 2 ST47U16VDK
+5V
BC210
USB_ON#XX
+5V 1
SCD1U R152
10KR3
2 2
R15
100KR3 $OVCR#0 4
1
R14
4 USB_ON# 2 1 CX20
SCD1U
10KR3

R153
USBP00 1 2

+5V
USB conn. 15KR3

CN1
1 6-10mil 6 R154
R150 USBPWR1 1 USBP01 1 2
100KR3 4 USBP00 USBP00 2
4 USBP01 USBP01 3 15KR3
R151 2 4
4 USB_IN# 1 2 USB_PIN5 5
7
10KR3
BERG-USB
BC211
SCD1U
DIRECTLY CONNECTING TO CHASSIS ( PIN 6 , 7 )

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Title
USB
Size Document Number REV
A 97160-SB, USB V14
Date: January 19, 1998 Sheet 16 of 28
20mil

+5V +5V

SD[0..7] 4,5,18,19,20,23
1
R97
1KR3 BC135
SCD1U
2

CH+5VSB
U9
24 11 SD7
VCC AD7
13 10 SD6
27 PWRGOOD# CS# AD6
14 9 SD5
4 RTCAS AS AD5 1
15 8 SD4 R98
4 RTCRW R/W# AD4
17 7 SD3 10KR3
4 RTCDS DS AD3
RTCRST#18 6 SD2
RST# AD2 2
RTCRCL#21 5 SD1
RCL# AD1
22 4 SD0
4 RTC256 EXTRAMAD0
RTCBC 20 19 RTC_IRQ8#
1 BC INT# RTC_IRQ8# 22
G20 2 23
X1 32K
GAP-OPEN 1
2 MOT
3 12
2 X2 VSS
16
G7 VSS
R R R72
1
GAP-OPEN BQ3285LD 1 2
T T ENABLE#
ENABLE#27
C C
Easy to touch R X X1 X 1KR3
T 1 1 2 2
C BC104
B XTAL-32.768KHZ SC1KP
$OSC32KI 4
T 1 1
+ BC271 BC270 near Charger +3.3V
DUMMY-R3 DUMMY-R3
1
BT1 BC134
BH-12 SC22P
2 2 2

U24D
1 1
4 3
near M1533
$OSC32KI 12 11
$PCM32K25,26

7 SOLCX125M

4,18 SA[0..15]
20mil

+5V

BC327
U28 SCD1U
SA0 12 32 +5V
A0 VCC
SA1 11
A1
SA2 10 13 SD0
A2 DQ0
SA3 9 14 SD1
A3 DQ1
SA4 8 15 SD2
A4 DQ2
SA5 7 17 SD3
A5 DQ3
SA6 6 18 SD4
A6 DQ4 4 5 6
SA7 5 19 SD5 D9
A7 DQ5
SA8 27 20 SD6 RB731U
A8 DQ6
SA9 26 21 SD7
A9 DQ7 3 2 1
SA10 23
A10
SA11 25
A11
SA12 4 31
A12 PGM MEMW#
4,5
SA13 28 SKT1
A13
SA14 29
A14
SA15 3 16
A15 VSS
2
4 BIOSA16 A16
20mil
22 1 ROM_VPP
4 ROMKBCS# CE VPP
24 30
4,5 MEMR# OEA17/N.C

S128K8-150
BC326 BC325
SCD1U SC2D2U16V5ZY

SSKT32

4 BIOSA17 3
FLSH2 2 Q6
S2N3906
1

PLCC ROM SOCKET


1
R259 +12V
10KR3

2 20mil
F
L
S
H
1

3
2 Q5
4 FLASH_ON
RN1424
1

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365
Title

RTC, ROM

Size Document Number REV

B 97160-SA, RTC-ROM V10

Date: December 2, 1997 Sheet 17 of 28


40mil

4,5,17,18,20,23 SD[0..7] SA[0..15] 4,18

+5V

GF1
SD5 35 1
A1 B1
SD6 36 2 +5V
A2 B2
SD7 37 3
A3 B3
38 4 SA0
A4 B4
39 5 SA1
A5 B5
40 6 SA2
A6 B6
41 7 SA3 BC331
A7 B7
42 8 SA4 SCD1U
A8 B8
43 9 SA5
A9 B9
44 10 SA6
A10 B10
45 11 SA7 U30
A11 B11
46 12 SA8 SA12 1 16
A12 B12 A VCC
47 13 SA9 SA13 2 15 16BIT_AEN
A13 B13 B Y0
48 14 SA10 +5V SA14 3 14
27 PWRGOOD A14 B14 C Y1
49 15 SA11 R258 13
A15 B15 Y2
50 16 SA12 1 2 AEN_G1 6 12
A16 B16 G1 Y3
MEMW# 51 17 SA13 AEN 4 11
4,5 MEMW# A17 B17 G2A Y4
MEMR# 52 18 SA14 10KR3 SA15 5 10
4,5 MEMR# 53
A18 B18
19
G2B Y5
9
SA15
A19 B19 Y6
54 20 8 7
A20 B20 GND Y7
55 21
A21 B21
56 22 SOHCT138
A22 B22
57 23
A23 B23
58 24
A24 B24
59 25
A25 B25
60 26
A26 B26
61 27
4,5 IOR# A27 B27
62 28
4,5 IOW# A28 B28
63 29
4 AEN A29 B29
64 30 SD0
4,5 IOCHRDY A30 B30
65 31 SD1
4 RSTDRV A31 B31
66 32 SD2
A32 B32
+5V 67 33 SD3
A33 B33
68 34 SD4
A34 B34

MS-DBG-GF68

Golden Finger

30mil +5V

BC305 BC306 BC307


SC2D2U16V5ZY SC1KP SCD1U YMF+5VA

1
CN20 R250
2 1 220KR3
SA0 4 3 SD0 U14C
6 5 2
SA1 SD1 1
4
SA2 8 7 SD2 MODEM_RI 9
SA3 10 9 SD3 8 RIXX
SA4 12 11 SD4 10
14 13 21 COM1_RI
SA5 SD5
16 15 7
SA6 SD6 TSAHCT86
1
SA7 18 17 SD7 R183 U14D
SA8 20 19 100KR3 1
4
SA9 22 21 12
SA10 24 23 2 11 $RI
$RI 4
SA11 26 25 13
28 27
4,5,20,23 IRQ3 7
30 29 TSAHCT86 G24
4,5,20 IRQ4
32 31 1 2
4,5,20,23 IRQ5
34 33
4,5,20,23 IRQ10 25 $CARD_RI
IRQ11 36 35 16BIT_AEN GAP-CLOSE
4,5 IRQ11
38 37
1
IOW# 40 39 R124 RJ11_GND
MODEM14M
9
IOR# 42 41 100KR3
44 43 IOCHRDY
4 MODEM_OFF 46 45 2
MODEM_RI 20mil
+5V
48 47 RSTDRV
50 49
MODEM_SPKR
24
52 51
30mil RJ11 CONN
SAM-CONN52D L3
MD2CN_PIN1 1 2 RJ11_PIN2

CN19 BLM31A601S CN5


2 1 5
4
6
3
5
BC60
SC1KP1KVX
2KV

RV1 1
1
2
GND
1
2
FAX/MODEM 1st conn. 8 7 P3100SB
2
3
3
1 2 10 9 4
4
6
SAM-CONN10D
MD2CN_PIN10 1 2
BC86
SC1KP1KVX RJ11_PIN3
GND

RJ11-11395
9 10 (Top View) L10
BLM31A601S

RJ11_GND RJ11_GND

2 52 30mil

1 51
FAX/MODEM 2nd conn. Acer Inc.

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Title

FAX/MODEM, Golden Finger

Size Document Number REV

B 97160-SB, MODEM V11

Date: February 4, 1998 Sheet 19 of 28


+5V BC81
SCD33U16V3ZY

BC82 BC256
SCD047U25V3KX SCD1U
U16 BC50
RS232_28 28 C1+ VCC 26 SCD33U16V3ZY
RS232_24 24 C1- V+ 27 RS232_27
BC49 RS232_1 1 C2+ V- 3 RS232_3
SCD33U16V3ZY RS232_2 2 C2-
20 SOUT1# 14 T1IN T1OUT 9 PSOUT1#
20 RTS1# 13 T2IN T2OUT 10 PRTS1#
20 DTR1# 12 T3IN T3OUT 11 PDTR1#
19 COM1_RI 20 R2OUTB
20 DSR1# 19 R1OUT R1IN 4 PDSR1#
20 RI1# 18 R2OUT R2IN 5 PRI1#
20,22 CTS1# 17 R3OUT R3IN 6 PCTS1#
20 SIN1 16 R4OUT R4IN 7 PSIN1
20 DCD1# 15 R5OUT R5IN 8 PDCD1#
23 FORCEON
22 FORCEOFF#
21 INVALID# GND 25
F
O MAX3243
4321 1 R
RN29 R54 C
SRN10K 10KR3 E
O
2 N
5678
1
+5V R53
100KR3
2

+5V

Serial port 10
CN4
5
PRI1#
PDTR1#
9
4
(Top View)
PCTS1# 8
PSOUT1# 3
PRTS1# 7
PSIN1 2
PDSR1# 6
PDCD1# 1
11
RS232-9-4-D
BC26 BC28 BC27 BC25 BC24 BC29 BC31 BC32
SC680P SC680P SC680P SC680P SC680P SC680P SC680P SC680P

Wide GND line

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Title
Serial port
Size Document Number REV
A 97160-1, SERIAL V15
Date: March 1, 1998 Sheet 21 of 28
Parallel port
RP1
1
PAUTOFD# 10 PRT+5V PRT+5V CN3
PERROR#2 9 PBUSY 26
PINIT# 3 8 PACK# R173
PSLCTIN#4 7 PPE 1 2 PSTROB# (FDD+5V) PSTROB# 1
PRT+5V 5 6 PSLCT PAUTOFD# 14
1KR3 40mil PPD0 2
SRP1K PERROR# 15
+5V +5V PPD1 3
PINIT# 16
PPD2 4
1
D8 PSLCTIN# 17
S1N4148 PPD3 5
RP2 PNF 18
2
PPD4 1 10 PRT+5V U11C PPD4 6
PPD5 2 9 PPD3 1 1 19
4 0
PPD6 3 8 PPD2 R192 PPD5 7
PPD7 4 7 PPD1 9 8 1
3MODEXX 2 P3MODE +5V P3MODE 20 PRT pin20=GND
4 3MODE
PRT+5V 5 6 PPD0 R161 PPD6 8
33R3 1 2 PRT_PIN21 21
7 9
SRP1K SOHCT125
1 PPD7
0: 1.2M R32 20mil 150R6 22
1: 720K/1.44M 10KR3 PACK# 10
23 FDD pin21=24 short
2 11
R11 PBUSY
1 2 FDD_IN 24
PPE 12
100KR3 25
PSLCT 13

27

CX3 PRNT25-4-D
SC2D2U16V5ZY

+12V
+5V

R51
STROB#1 2 PSTROB# (DR0#)
1 1 20 STROB#
RY5 RY4 2 via
10KR3 100KR3 CY2 CY3 33R3
SCD1U SC4D7U16V6ZY BC12 (FDD+5V)
2 2
+5V U7 SC100P
RY6 1
Q3PIN4 1 2 FDD5V_ON# \ 2

100KR3
1
R52 7
20 PD[0..7]
47KR3 4 8
Q3A CY4 RN19
2 5 1 8
FDC6301N SC1KP PD0 PPD0
Q3PIN3 3 6 U7DRAIN PD1 2 7 PPD1
PD2 3 6 PPD2
40mil PD3 4 5 PPD3
4
3 SRN33
2
6 BC13 BC14 BC15 BC17
Q3B SI9956DY SC68P SC68P SC68P SC68P
R131 FDC6301N
1 2 FDD_INXX 1 U7OUT

10KR3 40mil F1
BC169 1 2 PSTROB#
SCD1U RN20
5 1 8
MINISMDC110(FDD+5V) PD4 PPD4
PD5 2 7 PPD5
PD6 3 6 PPD6
1.1A/6V 40mil PD7 4 5 PPD7

SRN33
+5V BC18 BC19 BC20 BC21
SC68P SC68P SC68P SC68P

U25B
1
4
R122 RN21
FDD_IN 1 2 PNF# 3 4 PNF ACK# 1 8 PACK#
PNF 4,20 20 ACK#
BUSY 2 7 PBUSY
20 BUSY
100KR3 PE 3 6 PPE
7 20 PE
SOHCT14 SLCT 4 5 PSLCT
20 SLCT

+5V SRN33
BC47 BC48 BC22 BC23
BC297 SC68P SC68P SC68P SC68P
SCD1U

1
RY2
100KR3

2
RN18
RY3 SLCTIN#1 8 PSLCTIN#
20 SLCTIN#
CTS1# 1 2 INIT# 2 7 PINIT#
21 CTS1# 20 INIT#
3 6
20 ERROR# ERROR# PERROR#
R111 0R3 AUTOFD#4 5 PAUTOFD#
20 AUTOFD#
1 2
+5V $IRQ8# 4
SRN33
10KR3 BC16 BC217 BC216 BC215
+5V +5V +5V SC68P SC68P SC68P SC68P

+5V

D2 1
3 4 BC122 R125 +5V
1
R107 SCD1U 47KR3 BC30
10KR3 SCD1U
2 5 2
RTC_IRQ8# U13D UY1
17 RTC_IRQ8# 2
U10A 1 UY1A 1 5
4 A VCC
1 12
4 20 MTR0#
PBUSY 1 6 PBUSYXX 1 11 UY1B 2
B
3 PBUSYORPNF 13
RB731U 2 3 4 FDD_BUSY#
7 GND Y FDD_BUSY#4
SOHCT08 Acer Inc.
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SOHCT32 NC7SZ08
PNF 365
Title

Parallel port, External FDD

Size Document Number REV

B 97160-1, PARALLEL V15

Date: March 4, 1998 Sheet 22 of 28


+5V OP+5V

L1 BC40 CN9
1 2 20mil L_BYPASS SPKR_L+
SPKR_L-
1
2
Left
FBM3225 SC1U10V3ZY
CON2-10
CX22 BC225 12mil trace
SC1KP SC4D7U10V5ZY BC43
R_BYPASS CN10
SPKR_R+
SC1U10V3ZY SPKR_R-
1
2
Right
CON2-10

BC39

SC100P
PH1
R23 R22 5
1 2 HP_L 1 2 4
R167 3
33KR3 20KR3
23 MIC_IN
MIC_IN 1 2 MIC_PIN2 2 Left
1
BK1608HM121
PH-JK24
BC38 BC36
SC1KP

SC100P

R168 R169
SOUND_L 1 2 LINE_L 1 2
23 SOUND_L

33KR3 33KR3

U4

4 3 SPKR_L+
L LINE IN L OUT+
HP_L 5 10 SPKR_L-
L HP IN L OUT-
L_BYPASS 6 R160
L BYPASS
7 14 HP_IN LINE_IN_R 1 2
OP+5V L VDD SE/BTL# 23 LINE_IN_R
R24 16
HP/LINE#
ENAUDIO# 1 2 OP_PIN8 8 11 ENAUDIO# BK1608HM121 PH2
SHOUTDOWN MUTE IN ENAUDIO#
4
2 9 5
NC MUTE OUT 1
0R3 17 1 R26 4
NC GND/HS
23 12 100KR3 R7 LI_PIN3 3
NC GND/HS
GND/HS
13
2 23 LINE_IN_L
LINE_IN_L 1 2 LI_PIN2 2 Middle
18 24 1
OP+5V R VDD GND/HS
R_BYPASS 19 R BYPASS BK1608HM121
HP_R 20 15 SPKR_R- PH-JK24
R HP IN R OUT-
21 22 SPKR_R+ BC9 BC8
R LINE IN R OUT+
BC11 BC37 SC1KP SC1KP
SCD1U SCD1U
TPA0102

R171 R10
SOUND_R 1 2 LINE_R 1 2
23 SOUND_R

33KR3 33KR3
OP+5V
BC44

SC100P TC6 R6 1
SPKR_R+1 2 SPRXX 1 2 R50
4K7R3
ST100U10VDM BK1608HM121
2
R172 R27
1 2 HP_R 1 2 PH3
HP_IN 5
33KR3 20KR3 SP_PIN4 4
TC4 R159 SP_PIN3 3
BC227 SPKR_L+ 1 2 SPLXX 1 2 SP_PIN2 2 Right
1
ST100U10VDM BK1608HM121
SC100P PH-JK24
BC6 BC7
SC100P SC100P
80.10711.141 100uF,10V 7343 (3mm)

+5V

1
R251
100KR3
BK1608HM102
2
YMF+5VA

19 MODEM_SPKR
U14A
1
4 BC353 4
1 SCD1U
3 SPKRXX R49 5 3 2
2 1 2 LINE_L
4 SPKR
7
TSAHCT86 750KR3 (Top View)
U14B
1
4
4 BC354 R48
6 BUZZERXX BUZZER 1 2 HP_L
5
SCD1U 750KR3
7
TSAHCT86

25 $CARD_SPKR
ACER INCORPORATED

365
Title

OP-AMP

Size Document Number REV

B 97160-1, OP-AMP V15

Date: March 1, 1998 Sheet 24 of 28


Lower=Slot1=B, Upper=Slot0=A
U21 Near Conn.
15 8 B_SLOT_VCC A_SLOT_VCC
+3.3V 3.3V AVPP A_VPP
16 9
3.3V AVCC A_SLOT_VCC
17 10
3.3V AVCC
1 11 A_VPP
+5V 5V AVCC B_VPP A_VPP
2 CN11
5V H
30 20 1
5V BVCC B_SLOT_VCC
7 21 B1 A1
+12V 12V BVCC
24 22 B2 A2
12V BVCC
23 B3 A3
BVPP B_VPP 1
BCAD0 B4 A4 ACAD0 R200
6 25 B5 A5 BC265 BC121 100KR3
RESET NC 25 BCCD1# ACCD1# 25
14 BCAD1 B6 A6 ACAD1 SCD1U SC1U50V5ZY
4 $PCIRST# RESET#
2
BCAD2 B7 A7 ACAD2
3 BCAD3 B8 A8 ACAD3
25 SDATA DATA
4 BCAD4 B9 A9 ACAD4
17,25 $PCM32K CLOCK
5 26 BCAD5 B10 A10 ACAD5
25 SLATCH LATCH NC
27 B11 A11
BCAD6 ACAD6
NC
28 BCAD7 B12 A12 ACAD7
NC
29 B13 A13 A_SLOT_VCC
NC
12 B14 A14
GND 25 BRSVD/D14 ARSVD/D14 25
19 BCCBE#0 B15 A15 ACCBE#0
NC
13 BCAD8 B16 A16 ACAD8
NC
18 BCAD9 B17 A17 ACAD9
OC#
BCAD10 B18 A18 ACAD10
BCAD11 B19 A19 ACAD11
1
TPS2206 B20 A20 BC263 BC264 TC11
25 B_VS1 A_VS1 25 2
BCAD12 B21 A21 ACAD12 SCD1U SC1KP ST22U
BCAD13 B22 A22 ACAD13
B23 A23
A_SLOT_VCC BCAD14 B24 A24 ACAD14
BCAD15 B25 A25 ACAD15
BCCBE#1 B26 A26 ACCBE#1
BCAD16 B27 A27 ACAD16
RP6 B28 A28 B_SLOT_VCC
25 BCPAR ACPAR 10,25
ACINT# 1 10 B29 A29
25 BRSVD/A18 ARSVD/A18 10,25
ACSERR# 2 9 ACPERR# B30 A30
25 BCPERR# ACPERR#10,25
ACREQ# 3 8 ACIRDY# B31 A31
25 BCBLOCK# ACBLOCK#10,25
ACAUDIO 4 7 B32 A32
25 BCGNT# ACGNT# 25
5 6 ACBLOCK# B33 A33
B34 A34
25 BCSTOP# ACSTOP#10,25 1
SRP10K B35 A35 BC262 BC261 TC10
25 BCINT# ACINT# 25 2
B36 A36 SCD1U SC1KP ST22U
25 BCDEVSEL# ACDEVSEL#10,25
B37 A37
A_SLOT_VCC B38 A38
B39 A39
B40 A40
B41 A41
25 BCCLK ACCLK25
RP14 B42 A42
25 BCTRDY# ACTRDY#10,25
ACSTOP# 1 10 B43 A43 B_VPP
ACDEVSEL# 2 9 ACSTSCHG B44 A44
25 BCIRDY# ACIRDY# 10,25
ACTRDY# 3 8 B45 A45
25 BCFRAME# ACFRAME# 10,25
ACRST# 4 7 BCCBE#2 B46 A46 ACCBE#2
5 6 BCAD17 B47 A47 ACAD17
BCAD18 B48 A48 ACAD18 1
SRP10K BCAD19 B49 A49 ACAD19 R104
BCAD20 B50 A50 ACAD20 BC260 BC120 100KR3
B51 A51 SCD1U SC1U50V5ZY
25 B_VS2 A_VS2 25 2
B_SLOT_VCC BCAD21 B52 A52 ACAD21
B53 A53
B54 A54
25 BCRST# ACRST#25
BCAD22 B55 A55 ACAD22
RP16 B56 A56
25 BCSERR# ACSERR#
25
BCINT# 1 10 BCAD23 B57 A57 ACAD23
BCSERR# 2 9 BCPERR# DUMMY 25 BCREQ#
B58 A58
ACREQ# 25
BCREQ# 3 8 BCIRDY# BCAD24 B59 A59 ACAD24
BCAUDIO 4 7 BCCBE#3 B60 A60 ACCBE#3 Near 2206
5 6 BCBLOCK# BCAD25 B61 A61 ACAD25
B62 A62
25 BCAUDIO ACAUDIO25
SRP10K B63 A63 +3.3V
BCAD26 B64 A64 ACAD26
B65 A65
25 BCSTSCHG ACSTSCHG
25
B_SLOT_VCC BCAD27 B66 A66 ACAD27
BCAD28 B67 A67 ACAD28
BCAD29 B68 A68 ACAD29
BCAD30 B69 A69 ACAD30
1
RP15 B70 A70 BC287 TC15
25 BRSVD/D2 ARSVD/D2 25 2
BCSTOP# 1 10 BCAD31 B71 A71 ACAD31 SCD1U ST22U
BCDEVSEL# 2 9 BCSTSCHG B72 A72
25 BCLKRUN# ACLKRUN#10,25
BCTRDY# 3 8 B73 A73
BCRST# 4 7 B74 A74
25 BCCD2# ACCD2# 25
5 6 B75 A75

SRP10K
X
1st Field = 66.10336.100
B76 A76

ZZ H AMP-CONN152 +5V
2

A_SLOT_VCC
RN9
1 8 ACCBE#0
2 7 ACAD10
3 6 ACLKRUN#
1
4 5 BC138 TC12
25,26 ACAD[0..8] 2
SCD1U ST22U
SRN10K SKT2 ACCBE#0 ACAD9
25 10,25

10,25 ACCBE#1 25,26 ACAD[10..11]


B_SLOT_VCC
RN33
10,25 ACCBE#2 10,25 ACAD12
1 8 BCCBE#0
2 7 BCAD10 +12V
25 ACCBE#3 25 ACAD13
3 6 BCLKRUN#
4 5
10,25 ACAD14

SRN10K
25 BCCBE#[0..3] 25 ACAD15
25 BCAD[0..31]
SSKT152
10,25 ACAD16
+3.3V BC139 BC140
SCD1U SC1U50V5ZY
10,25 ACAD17

23,25 ACAD18
1 +5V
R240
10,25 ACAD19
20KR3
+3.3V U13C
2 25,26 ACAD[20..31]
1
4
U12 ACCD2# 9
1 8 8
1,4,5,8,9 $SMBDATA SDA +VS CARD_IN# 4
2 7 BCCD2# 10
1,4,5,8,9 $SMBCLK SCL A0
3 6
4 SYS_TH# O.S. A1
4 5 7 SOHCT08
GND A2 1
BC153 R121 Acer Inc.
LM75CIMX-3 SCD1U 470R3
Pull-down 470 365
2
Title

TPS2206 & SOCKET

Size Document Number REV

B 97160-SB, SOCKET V14

Date: February 3, 1998 Sheet 26 of 28


R174
1 2 DC_PWRLED#
4 PWR_LED#

510R3 R175
1 2 DC_SUSLED# R58
4 $SUSLED#
1
CH_BAT_USE# 2
BAT_USE#4
R176 510R3
1 2 47KR3
14 MEDIA_LED#
10mil
510R3 R177
Q_CHG# 1 2 CH+5VSB
R73
510R3 CN7 1 2 (KB_GND)
4 BL2#
R178 1
1 2 2 47KR3 +5V 50mil CH+5VSB
18 CAPS_LED#
DC_MEDIA# 3
510R3 4 R74
DC_QCHG# 5 1 2 CN8
4 BL1#
R179 DC_CAPS# 6 CH_KBDATA 2 1 CH_MSDATA BC85
1 2 DC_NUM# 7 47KR3 CH_KBCLK 4 3 CH_MSCLK SCD1U
18 NUM_LED# 8
16 MIL 6 5 (KB+5V)
+6V
510R3 9 ENABLE# 8 7
17 ENABLE#
10 CH_BL2# 10 9
+3.3V CH+5VSB
11 CH_BL1# 12 11 SIU
12 Q_CHG# 14 13 CH_BAT_USE# RN2
13 R77 CH_DISABLE 16 15 CH_GG3 1 8
GUAGE3 4
14 ON/OFF# 1 2 CH_ON/OFF# 18 17 CH_GG2 2 7
GUAGE2 4
CPU core 15 CH_PWRBTN# 20 19 CH_GG1 3 6
GUAGE1 4
VSEL3VSEL1VSEL2 voltage 16 470R3 TH 22 21 CH_GG0 4 5
GUAGE0 4
17 24 23
VCORE 18 (BT+SENSE) R78 BT+ 26 25 BT- SRN47K (BT-SENSE)
VCORE
19 1 2 28 27 +5V
4 $PWRBTN#
X X X TLMK 1.8V 20 30 29
21 1KR3 200mil 32 31 200mil
X 0 X P55C 2.47V 22 34 33
23 BT+ 36 35 BT-
1
X X 0 K6 2.15V 24 38 37 R80
+5V
25 40 39 DUMMY-R3
0 X X 2.25V 26 42 41
DCBATOUT DCBATOUT
27
28 2
16mil 200 MIL SAMTEC-CONN42D
29 CH_GG1
+12V
ON/OFF# 30
DC+5VSB 31
PWRGIN 32 Charger
33
1 VSEL3 34
1 VSEL1
35
1 VSEL2 36
DCBATOUT 37
DCBATOUT
38
200mil 39
40

SMS14001GS
BC56 BC59 BC58 +6V +5V
SC10U35V0ZY SC10U35V0ZY SC10U35V0ZY

1 1
BC51 BC53 TC7 TC8 CX23
SC2D2U16V5ZY SCD1U 2 ST47U16VDK 2 ST47U16VDK SC1KP

+3.3V VCORE pdb: 80.1071D.341 100uF/16V M7343 Low ESR, Sprague

+5V

1 1 1 1
BC229 TC1 TC9 BC52 TC3 TC2 U10C
2 2 2 2
SCD1U ST100U10VDM ST100U10VDM SCD1U ST100U10VDM ST100U10VDM 1
4
9 R75
4 $OFFPWR2
8 DISABLEXX 1 2 CH_DISABLE
10
4 DISABLE
100R3
7
SOHCT32
1
R76
1 1
R109 R108 10KR3
10KR3 10KR3
2
2 2
+5V +5V +3.3V

U25C U25D R79


1 1 1 2 $PWRBTN#
4 4
R33
PWRGIN1 2 5
PWRGINXX 6 9 8 10KR3
PWRGOOD
4,19
+5V
100KR3 +5V
7 SOHCT14 7 SOHCT14
BC54 R57
SC100P 1 2 SIU 8 76 5
RN5
PWRGOOD#
17
0R3 SRN10K

1 23 4

R71
+5V 1 2 CH_KBCLK
18 KBCLK

47R3 R70
1 2 CH_KBDATA
1 18 KBDATA
R148
100KR3 R55 47R3
1 2 CH_MSDATA
2 18 MSDATA
200 MIL
L11 47R3 R56
BT+ 1 2 200 MIL CN18 1 2 CH_MSCLK
18 MSCLK
BTY+ 1 6 BTY+
FBM4532 R149 R260 2 7 47R3
1 2 1
BTINXX 2 BTY_IN# 3 8 BTY_IN#
4 BAT_IN#
TH 4 9 TH BC103 BC102 BC83 BC84
10KR3 10KR3 BT- 5 10 BT- SC47P SC47P SC47P SC47P
BC340
BC328 BC329 SCD1U BC208 BC330 200 MIL AMP-CONN10B
SCD1U SCD1U SC1KP SC1KP

Acer Inc.
CX6
SC1KP 365
Title

DC/DC, Charger, Battery board

Size Document Number REV

B 97160-1, POWER V15

Date: February 26, 1998 Sheet 27 of 28


H1

5
1 4

2 3

6
BEETLE4

H7 H20 H5 H10 H3 H6 H21


HOLEA HOLEB HOLEC HOLED HOLER HOLES HOLEB

1 1 1 1 1 1 1

H8 H15 H16 H19


HOLEE HOLEG HOLEF HOLEH

1 1 1 1

H2 H4
HOLEI HOLEJ H18 H13 H17
HOLEO HOLEP HOLEQ

1 1
1 1 1

H11 H9
HOLEK HOLEL

1 1

H12 H14
HOLEM HOLEN Near LCD conn. : H4, H5

Near CPU Board : H13, H14, H17, H18

Near Battery conn. : H20, H21


1 1

Acer Inc.

365
Title

SKEW HOLEs

Size Document Number REV

B 97160-SB, HOLE V14

Date: January 22, 1998 Sheet 28 of 28


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Troubleshooting to Board Repairing


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