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Page 14: Security Features Security Features Security features to be supported are passwords, electronic serial number, PC identification string. Reinstall the battery pack. 2. Page 16: Power Management reduced in an effort to reduce heat generation. ieee 1394 troubleshootingpage 148................................................................................................................................................................ this contact form

Remove one M2.5×5 screw securing the expansion memory compartment cover. Page 101 2. Procedure 1: FDD head cleaning check Procedure 2: Diagnostic check Procedure 3: Connector check and replacement check... Page 57 SD_IRQ15 SD_SBA1 CBLIDB SD_SBA0 SD_SBA2 SD_CS1# SD_SCS3# CDLED# +5V_IDE +5V_IDE +5V_IDE +5V_IDE +5V_IDE +5VS SD_CSEL +5VS JP12 PCMCIA-CONN. 84P.PRT PIN NO SIGNAL PIN NO SIGNAL S1_D3 S1_CD1# S1_D4 S1_D11

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Max. Remove one M2.5×5 screw securing the expansion memory compartment cover (see section 4.7). S2_A7 B49. Page 102 4.

B50. Remove two M2.5×5 screws securing the display assembly hinges. Maximum upgradable to 1GMB by two 512MB DDR SO-DIMM modules. 128MB, 256MB, 512MB DDR SDRM RAM module. • 512KB L2 Cache on CPU BIOS • 512KB Flash ROM for system and Figure 5-15: Removing the LCD bracket Chapter 5-16...

Remove one M2.5×4 screw securing each of the speakers. 2. Compal Electronics Inc Before starting to disassemble the computer, refer to the diagram below. Page 110 4. Figure 5-27: Removing the CD-RW/DVD-ROM or CD-ROM/Combo drive bracket Chapter 5-26...

Figure 5-25: Removing one screw securing the CD-RW/DVD-ROM or CD-ROM/Combo Drive Chapter 5-25... BIOS Information... The bezel is secured by latches, with four on each of the sides, seven along the bottom edge and six along the top edge. modem troubleshootingpage 144................................................................................................................................................................

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Get Default Values Load default values for all SETUP item. If there is no hard disk present or unknown type, ″None″... Compal Laptop Free Download >> FixMyPC A powerful tool to repair and fine-tune your system! Compal Electronics India Quiet Boot Quiet Boot replaces the customary technical messages during POST with a more visually pleasing and comfortable display (OEM Logo screen).

If your aim is solely to remove the Wireless LAN / modem card you do not need to detach the FFC. http://themotechnetwork.com/compal-electronics/compal-dl-70-drivers.html Page 65 MD35 MD39 MD40 MD44 +2.5V +2.5V MD41 MD45 RDQS5 MD42 MD43 MD46 MD47 +2.5V +2.5V +2.5V DDR_CLK4# DDR_CLK4 MD48 MD49 MD52 MD53 +2.5V +2.5V RDQS6 MD50 MD54 MD51 MD55 Fn + F11 Num keypad on/off Pressing this hot key can enable/disable the embedded Numeric keypad. Figure 6-8 outlines the process.

Prompts for password if required. Figure 5-5: Removing the strip cover Chapter 5-10... A0h = No dock A6h = simple docked None Get revision number of KB-BIOS BIOS Rev. http://themotechnetwork.com/compal-electronics/compal-90-drivers.html Push on the tab to push out the drive.

Page 73 Charger Controlled by NS87591 microprocessor from motherboard ℃ ℃ Temperature sense capability for the battery (charge active between 0 ~ 40 fast charge [2.5Amps-8cells(3900mAH), LiIon Battery when system off, Lift top cover off by pulling gently upwards from the back corners. JP1 LPTCN-27.PRT JP4 DDR 200P SO-DIMM JP9 HDD JP15 MODEM CONN PCN2 BATT-B.PRT JP29 Audio M/B JP19 FDD.PRT JP16 MINI-PCI CONN PCN1 DC JACK PRT JP7 TV-OUT CONN JP10 CDROM.PRT...

Page 37 DATA Description return Mouse hot plug event CRT plug in/out event Sleep button event RTC date/time update event Device change event Bluetooth lan event no event None Module identification

Perform connector and replacement check (Procedure 2) Replace wireless LAN antenna/unit Figure 6-15 Wireless LAN troubleshooting process Chapter 6-33... Page 71 DC-DC CONVERTER Description The DC-DC converter is designed to supply the power for ACY25 series notebook computer of Compal. Lift the HDD out of the shielding. 5. Figure 5-16: Removing four screws securing the keyboard Chapter 5-17...

Procedure 1: IEEE 1394 device check Procedure 2: Diagnostic check Procedure 3: Connection and replacement check... Page 144: Modem Troubleshooting Modem Troubleshooting START Perform telephone line connection check (Procedure 1) Check / replace Computer unable to telephone line and detect telephone signal? S1_D13 A12. his comment is here Boot Allows the user to specify whether or not a password is required to boot.

Page 69 Chapter 4: AC-DC CONVERTER ACY25 series Power System block diagram Chapter 4-1... Y e s... S2_A24 B48. Remove two M2.5×9 screws securing the HDD unit.

touch pad troubleshootingpage 138................................................................................................................................................................ Page 118: Troubleshooting Flowchart The purpose of this chapter is to provide a systematic method of isolating problems you may have with the ACY25 series Notebook Computer. system is not faulty. Page 79 Chapter 5: Disassembly General This chapter provides detailed directions for disassembling the computer.

Figure 5-22: Removing one screw securing the expansion memory compartment cover Chapter 5-22... Figure 5-30: Removing two screws securing the HDD unit 2. Lift the keyboard up and place higher on the computer base unit so that the keyboard cable connector is exposed. 3. The features are divided into 6 parts as follows: Main Allows the user to specify standard IBM PC AT system parameters.

Figure 5-23: Removing the expansion memory Chapter 5-23... Page 106 5. Page 7: Display Device Display Device • COLOR TFT/XGA LCD (CPT CLAA141XF01) Dimensions : 298.5 (W) X 227.5 (H) X 5.5 (D) mm (max) Active area : 285.7(W) X 214.3(H) mm, Recent Discussion on Compal Electronics BIOS / Motherboard Drivers Post New more...

Figure 6-12 outlines the process. Page 91 Figure 5-9: Removing two screws securing the LCD bezel 2. Page 58 S1_A6 S1_VS2 S1_A5 S1_RST S1_A4 S1_WAIT# S1_A3 S1_INPACK# S1_A2 S1_REG# S1_A1 S1_BVD2 S1_A0 S1_BVD1 S1_D0 S1_D8 S1_D1 S1_D9 S1_D2 S1_D10 S1_WP S1_CD2# PIN NO SIGNAL PIN NO SIGNAL S2_D3

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