Fujitsu ErgoPro m664 user manual

User manual for the device Fujitsu ErgoPro m664

Device: Fujitsu ErgoPro m664
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Number of pages: 98
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PC Specialist's Handbook
ErgoPro
m664-series
First Edition, Release 1 - March 1998

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ErgoPro m664-series PC Specialist's Handbook FUJITSU ErgoPro m664-Series PC Specialist's Handbook Document number PM 03320 EA This document was produced by Fujitsu Computers in Helsinki, Finland. We welcome and consider all comments and suggestions. Please send them to: International Technical Support Fax : +358 0 569 6609 Internet : PSD-HELPDESK@FUJITSU.FI Team Office : HELPDESK PSD/ITS FUJITSU ICL COMPUTERS endeavours to ensure that the information in this document is correct, but accepts no

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PC Specialist's Handbook ErgoPro m664-series General ErgoPro m664-series are high performance Pentium II workstations based on ATX form factor system board and mechanics. There is a new 6-slot ATX housing and a system board without on-board graphics, audio and LAN All models are equipped with either ATI Xpert@Work AGP or ATI 3D Charger PCI graphics adapter, ATA or Ultra ATA IDE HDD and 20x IDE CD-ROM. Architectures used are AGP/PCI/ISA. LITHIUM BATTERY Danger of explosion if battery is inco

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ErgoPro m664-series PC Specialist's Handbook Table of contents Section 1 : Servicing the unit Common procedures Grounding yourself................................................................................................................... 1-2 Checking the Input Voltage Setting........................................................................................... 1-3 Unit features (front).................................................................................................

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PC Specialist's Handbook ErgoPro m664-series rFlash.exe.................................................................................................................................4-2 rSetup.exe................................................................................................................................4-2 BIOS Upgrade ErgoPro BIOS Upgrade Diskette...............................................................................................4-3 DOSFLASH.EXE..............

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ErgoPro m664-series PC Specialist's Handbook ISA bus connector....................................................................................................................... 7-5 PCI bus connector....................................................................................................................... 7-6 AGP connector............................................................................................................................. 7-7 Audio connectors Speaker typ

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PC Specialist's Handbook ErgoPro m664-series List of pictures ATI 3D Charger PCI add-on board (AF31552)................................................................................................6-5 ATI Xpert@Work AGP add-on board (AF31554).............................................................................................6-4 Checking the Input Voltage Setting.................................................................................................................1-3 Confi

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ErgoPro m664-series PC Specialist's Handbook List of tables AGP connector Pin assignment...................................................................................................................... 7-7 Architecture & Configuration of m664-series................................................................................................... 9-4 Audio connectors Pin assignment ............................................................................................................

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PC Specialist's Handbook ErgoPro m664-series Section 1 : Disassembling the system units Edition 1 - Release 1 - March 1998 Page 1-1

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ErgoPro m664-series PC Specialist's Handbook Common procedures Grounding yourself Note Even if the power has been turned off from the PC, as long as the mains cable is connected to the PSU (and power is provided) the +5 StandBy voltage is provided to the system for some crucial components. Therefore hardware is sensitive to static electricity. Before touching circuit boards or other devices inside the system unit, be sure to get rid of any static charge you may have by grounding yourself prop

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PC Specialist's Handbook ErgoPro m664-series Checking the Input Voltage Setting A 235 W in m664-series power supply is integrated into the chassis to provide power for the system board, add- in cards, and peripheral devices. A switch (A) on the system rear panel can be used to set the power supply to operate at: 115 V AC (in the range of 90 - 135 V AC), or 230 V AC (in the range of 180 - 265 V AC) To verify that your system has the correct setting for your environment, check the input power

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ErgoPro m664-series PC Specialist's Handbook Unit features (front) 1 2 5 6 3 7 4 Picture 4 : m664-series Unit features (front) 1 5,25” device bay 5 Power On/Off switch 2 3,5” device bay 6 Suspend/resume switch 3 Power On/Power save LED (green) 7 Reset button 4 HDD activity LED (orange) Page 1-4 Edition 1 - Release 1 - March 1998

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PC Specialist's Handbook ErgoPro m664-series Unit features (rear) 8 9 10 1 2 3 11 4 5 6 12 7 Picture 5: m664-series Unit features (rear) 1 PS/2 Mouse port 7 Expansion slots 2 PS/2 Keyboard port 8 Power switch Main 3 USB rear connectors 9 Voltage selection 4 Serial port 1 10 Main In 5 Serial port 2 11 Fan (Airflow direction : blows out) 6 Parallel port 12 Configuration label Edition 1 - Release 1 - March 1998 Page 1-5

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ErgoPro m664-series PC Specialist's Handbook Opening & closing the system unit cover To open the system unit cover, do as follows: 1. Remove any diskette(s) and CD-media(s) from the drive(s). 2. Turn off the display unit, system unit (shutting down the Operating System properly before), and all other separately powered attached units. 3. Unplug the power cables of the system unit and other attached cables from their outlets. 4. Remove the four screws (A) at the rear. 5. Slide the cover about 3

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PC Specialist's Handbook ErgoPro m664-series Removing and installing the System board There are two ways to remove the System board, primary and optional ways. Primary: 1. Remove the system unit cover (see page 1-6) 2. Disconnect all data, fan and power cables from System board. 3. Disconnect all cables from additional adapter cards. 4. Remove all additional adapter cards from expansion slots (see page 1-10). 5. Remove 7 screws (See picture for location) that holds System board on backplate (

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ErgoPro m664-series PC Specialist's Handbook Removing the Power Supply Unit To remove the Power Supply Unit, do as follows: 1. Remove the system unit cover (see page 1-6) 2. Disconnect power cables from the System board and other devices. 3. Remove 4 screws that holds the Power Supply Unit from behind of the System unit (A). 4. Slide about 30mm the Power Supply Unit towards to the front panel of the System unit (B). 5. Lift the Power Supply Unit and take it off. A A A B A Picture 9 : Removing

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PC Specialist's Handbook ErgoPro m664-series Removing and installing the Floppy Disk drive If you have installed a CD-ROM, or replaced an existing floppy drive, check the parameters in the SETUP. To remove the Flopppy Disk drive, do as follows: 1. Remove the system cover (see page 1-6) 2. Disconnect the power and data cables from the devices attached to the mass memory carriage. Disconnect data cables also from the System Board. 3. Open screws (A) that hold Floppy Disk drive both side of the

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ErgoPro m664-series PC Specialist's Handbook Removing/Adding an Expansion Slot Cover To remove/add the Expansion Slot Cover, do as follows: 1. Remove the System unit cover (see page 1-6) 2. Remove screw that holds the Expansion Slot Cover (A) 3. Pull the Expansion Slot Cover out of the chassis(B). B A Picture 13 : Removing an Expansion Slot Cover. Removing and installing the additional adapter card To remove the additional adapter card, do as follows: 1. Remove the system unit cover (see page

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PC Specialist's Handbook ErgoPro m664-series Removing a Pentium II processor 1. Open the system unit cover (see pages 1-6). 2. Touch the metal chassis before touching the processor or system board. Keep part of your body in contact with the metal chassis to dissipate the static charge while handling the processor and avoid moving around needlessly. 3. Carefully remove the lock (A) that secures the processor to the socket. 4. Locate the plastic securing clips (B) at each end of the processor c

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ErgoPro m664-series PC Specialist's Handbook Adding or Removing a DIMM module 1. Open the system unit cover (see pages 1-6). 2. Touch the metal chassis before touching the DIMM module or system board. Keep part of your body in contact with the metal chassis to dissipate the static charge. 3. Holding the DIMM only by the edges, remove it from its antistatic package. 4. Place the DIMM into the socket and secure it in place with the two plastic clips (A) as shown below. Inserting a DIMM Removing


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