HP (Hewlett-Packard) DesignJet 500 user manual

User manual for the device HP (Hewlett-Packard) DesignJet 500

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HP Omnibook 500
Service Manual

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Notice In a continuing effort to improve the quality of our products, technical and environmental information in this document is subject to change without notice. This manual and any examples contained herein are provided “as is” and are subject to change without notice. Hewlett-Packard Company makes no warranty of any kind with regard to this manual, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Hewlett-Packard Co. shall not be l

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Contents Product Information............................................................................................................ 1-1 Features......................................................................................................................................... 1-3 Operation ...................................................................................................................................... 1-7 Turning the Computer On and Off ............................

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Replaceable Parts................................................................................................................. 4-1 Reference Information......................................................................................................... 5-1 Password Removal Policy .............................................................................................................5-1 Hewlett-Packard Display Quality Statement .......................................................

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Tables Table 1-1. Omnibook 500 Series Models............................................................................................ 1-1 Table 1-2. Product Comparisons ......................................................................................................... 1-2 Table 1-3. Activating Power Modes.................................................................................................... 1-7 Table 1-4. Main Status Lights (front of computer)...............................

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Introduction This manual provides reference information for use by HP-authorized service personnel in servicing and repairing the HP Omnibook 500. The manual is designed as a self-paced guide that will train you to service, configure, and repair Omnibook 500 computers. The manual is self-contained, so you can follow it without having equipment available. The following table lists other sources of information about the computer and related products. Source Address or Number Comments HP Notebook W

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1 Product Information The HP Omnibook 500 provides outstanding performance and expandability, in a conveniently portable form. Its high-performance components (including the multimedia expansion base) enable it to perform as a desktop computer or as a portable multimedia presentation tool. Table 1-1. Omnibook 500 Series Models Omnibook CPU ** Display Hard Drives Standard Communication Product * Drive SDRAM F2157x Celeron 500 MHz 12.1" TFT XGA 7.5 GB FDD 64 MB None F2158x Celeron 500 MHz 12.1"

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Table 1-2. Product Comparisons Omnibook 500 Omnibook 6000 Omnibook 900B Processor* Celeron (500 or 600 MHz) or Celeron (550 to 650 MHz) or Pentium III (450, 500, 600, or Pentium III (600 to 750 MHz). Pentium III (600 to 850 MHz). 650 MHz). Memory 64, 128, or 256 MB SDRAM in 64 or 128 MB SDRAM in 64 MB SDRAM on system slot. Expandable to system slot. Expandable to motherboard. Expandable to 512 MB. 512 MB. 160 or 320 MB. Display 12.1-inch TFT XGA display. 15.0- or 14.1-inch TFT XGA 13.3-inch TFT

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Features The following three illustrations show the computer’s main external features. For an exploded view of the computer, see page 4-2. Figure 1-1. Omnibook — Front View 1. Wireless on-off button and indicator light 9. Main status lights: power mode, hard disk activity, (on certain models). main battery charge. 2. Left and right One-Touch buttons (programmable). 10. Hard disk drive. 3. Sleep button. Suspends and resumes operation. 11. Audio-off button and audio-off light. 4. Keyboard statu

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Figure 1-2. Omnibook — Back View 18. Universal serial bus ports (USB). 22. LAN port (on certain models). 19. Infrared port (on certain models). 23. AC adapter jack. 20. External monitor port. 24. Kensington lock slot (security connector). 21. Modem port (on certain models). 25. System-off switch. Figure 1-3. Omnibook — Bottom View 26. Hard disk drive retaining screw. 29. Main battery. 27. SDRAM cover. 30. Main battery latch. 28. Docking port. 1-4 Product Information HP Omnibook 500

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The following two illustrations show the main external features of the expansion base. Figure 1-4. Expansion Base — Front View 1. Docking connector. 8. CD player controls: previous track, play/pause, stop, next track, volume. 2. Status panel. 9. Right plug-in module bay. Used with CD player 3. Status panel button. controls. 4. Speaker (one on each side). 10. Module eject latch (one on each side). 5. Left plug-in module bay. Can contain a CD-ROM 11. Undock switch. or DVD drive, floppy disk dri

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Figure 1-5. Expansion Base — Back View 15. Universal serial bus ports (USB). 20. PS/2 mouse port. 16. S-video (TV out) port. 21. PS/2 keyboard port. 17. Serial port (COM1). 22. LAN port (works only if the computer has a built-in LAN port). 18. Parallel port (LPT1). Use this port for a parallel printer or other parallel device. 23. AC adapter jack. 19. External monitor port. 1-6 Product Information HP Omnibook 500

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Operation This section gives an overview of the operation of the computer and expansion base. Turning the Computer On and Off You can start and stop the computer using its blue sleep button. However, at times you may want to use other methods to start or stop the computer, depending on power considerations, types of active connections, and start-up time. Table 1-3. Activating Power Modes Power mode To enter this mode To turn on again On mode Press the blue sleep button. Power mode status light

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Checking the Status of the Computer The main status lights on the front of the computer report the computer’s power mode and hard drive activity, and the status of the main battery. Table 1-4. Main Status Lights (front of computer) Meaning Power mode On: the computer is on (even if the display is off). Blinking: the computer is in Standby mode. (Steady amber light on some models.) Off: computer is off or in Hibernate mode. Hard disk drive activity Blue: the computer is accessing the

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Using Fn Hot Keys The combination of the Fn key plus another key creates a hot key—a shortcut key sequence—for various system controls. To use a hot key, press and hold Fn, press the appropriate second key, then release both keys. External PS/2 keyboards support only Fn+F5, Fn+F7, and Fn+F12. To use these, press and hold left CTRL+left ALT, press the appropriate second key, then release both keys. External USB keyboards do not support Fn hot keys. Table 1-6. Fn Hot Keys Hot Key Effect Fn+F1 Dec

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Resetting the Omnibook Occasionally, Windows or the computer may stop responding, so that you cannot turn the computer off. If this happens, try the following in the order listed: • If possible, shut down Windows: press CTRL+ALT+DEL, then click Shut Down. Press the blue sleep button to restart. • Slide and hold the power button for four seconds, until the display shuts down, then press the blue sleep button to restart. • Use a straightened paper clip to press the system-off switch on the left

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Docking and Undocking the Computer You can dock or undock the computer in any power state: on, off, Standby mode, or Hibernate mode. Make sure, however, that the computer is not entering or resuming from Standby or Hibernate mode when you dock or undock, or the computer could lock up. Docking the Computer By default, the computer automatically turns on when you dock it. If you have trouble inserting the computer or the docking latches stick, use the emergency undock latch. 1. Optional: plug the

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Undocking the Computer 1. Press the undock switch. (You can use the undock switch when the computer is on, off, or in Standby or Hibernate mode.) –or– Click Start, Eject PC. Figure 1-8. Undocking the Computer You may need to wait 10 seconds or more for the computer to undock—the computer may not respond while it is updating its configuration. 2. If the computer will not undock using the undock switch or Start menu, use the emergency undock latch: slide the button down, then move the enti

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Connecting a Floppy Disk Drive When needed, you can connect the floppy disk drive to one of the computer’s USB ports. • Connect the USB floppy drive cable directly to the floppy drive and to the USB port. You cannot use the USB floppy cable to connect to any other type of drive module, such as a CD-ROM or DVD drive. The USB cable is for floppy drives only. Figure 1-10. Connecting a Floppy Disk Drive HP Omnibook 500 Product Information 1-13

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Specifications The following tables list the specifications for the computer and its accessories. These are subject to change: for the latest versions, see the HP Notebook web site (www.hp.com/notebooks). Table 1-7. Omnibook 500 Series Specifications Physical Attributes Computer: Size: 278 × 222 × 25 mm (10.9 × 8.7 × 1.0 in). Weight: 1.5 kg (3.4 lb) minimum, depending on model. Magnesium casing with rubberized grip surfaces. Computer docked in expansion base: Size: 298 × 257 × 45 mm (11.7 × 10.


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