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HP OmniBook 4000C/CT Familiarization Guide This guide is for experienced HP Response Center personnel, CEs, and reseller technicians, such as personnel who have already completed the HP Vectra PC family training course, or equivalent, and have at least six months of experience servicing the HP Vectra PCs. It is a self-paced guide designed to train you to install, configure, and repair the OmniBook Notebook PC. You can follow it without having any equipment available. Notice In a continuing effort to improve the quality of our products, technical and environmental information in this document i...
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HP OmniBook 4000C/CT Familiarization Guide

This guide is for experienced HP Response Center personnel, CEs, and reseller technicians, such as personnel who have already completed the HP Vectra PC family training course, or equivalent, and have at least six months of experience servicing the HP Vectra PCs. It is a self-paced guide designed to train you to install, configure, and repair the OmniBook Notebook PC. You can follow it without having any equipment available.,

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In a continuing effort to improve the quality of our products, technical and environmental information in this document is subject to change without notice. Last revision date: 09/10/96 8:47 PM Hewlett-Packard makes no warranty of any kind with regard to this material, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Hewlett- Packard shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this material. Hewlett-Packard assumes no responsibility for the use or reliability of its software on equipment that is not furnished by Hewlett- Packard. As an ENERGY STAR partner, HP has determined that these products meet the ENERGY STAR guidelines for energy efficiency. All Certifications may not be completed at product introduction. Please check with your HP reseller for certification status. This equipment is subject to FCC rules. It will comply with the appropriate FCC rules before final delivery to the buyer. ENERGY STAR is a service mark of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. IBM and OS/2 are registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation. Pentium and the Intel Inside logo are registered trademarks of Intel Corporation. Photo CD is a registered trademark of Kodak Corporation. Microsoft, MS-DOS, and Windows are registered trademarks, and the Genuine Microsoft Products logo is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States of America and in other countries. Sound Blaster is a trademark of Creative Technology Ltd. Hewlett-Packard Company 1996. All Rights Reserved. Reproduction, adaptation, or translation without prior written permission is prohibited except as allowed under copyright laws. Printed in U.S.A. F1081-90051,

Table of Contents

Table of Figures ...5 OmniBook Product Comparisons ...6 Size Closed...6 Weight ...6 OmniBook 4000 Series: Product Features... 10 Description... 10 Models ... 10 Accessories... 11 What comes in the box ... 11 Microprocessor... 11 Bus Architecture... 11 Memory... 12 Mass storage... 12 Flexible disk drive ... 12 Built-in I/O... 12 Display/video ... 13 TFT Display Quality ... 13 User interface... 14 Power... 14 External battery charger ... 15 Automobile adapter ... 15 NiMH battery pack... 15 AC adapter... 15 Accessory Slots... 15 Audio Systems ... 15 Operating environment... 16 Storage environment... 16 Environmental Testing ... 16 BIOS... 16 Software and Operating System... 16 Supported Operating Systems... 17 Security... 17 Password Decode ... 17 Password Decode Policy ... 18 Notebook Hardware Structure ... 19 Field Replaceable Assemblies... 19 Installing memory (End User Replaceable)... 19 Battery Module and Floppy Disk Drive Module (End User Replaceable) ... 20 Hard Disk Drive (End User Replaceable)... 21 Small parts (End User Replaceable)... 22 Icon Assembly and Display Module (HP Authorized Support Providers Only)23 Palm Rest Assembly and Track Ball Assembly (HP Authorized Support Providers Only) ... 26 Keyboard Assembly (HP Authorized Support Providers Only) ... 28 Power Board (PCA Assy PK-DC) (HP Authorized Support Providers Only) .30 Upper Case, Sound Board (PCB Assy PK-688/PK-AUD), and PCA Display Connect PK-LSP (HP Authorized Support Providers Only)... 31 Keyboard Grounding Plate, CPU, and System Board (HP Authorized Service Providers Only) ... 33 Enhanced Port Replicator (Exchange Assembly)... 35 Troubleshooting Tips:... 35, Configuration and Setup... 36 Main Configuration Screen... 36 Power Screen... 37 Power Configuration... 38 Power Conservation Mode ... 38 Power Defaults... 39 System Configuration... 40 Input/Output Configuration ... 41 Printer port ... 41 Disk Configuration... 42 Audio Configuration... 43 Troubleshooting and Repair ... 44 Known Hardware Issues ... 44 OmniBook Self-Test... 44 First POST: BEEP CODES ... 44 Last POST: DISPLAY CODES ... 47 PhoenixBIOS POST Messages (Power On Self Test) ... 47 Appendix A: Part Numbers... 50 Appendix B: Additional Resources... 52,

Table of Figures

Figure 1 - Memory Doors, Modules, and Slots ... 19 Figure 2 - Floppy Drive and Battery ... 20 Figure 3 - Hard Disk Drive ... 21 Figure 4 - Display Screws ... 23 Figure 5 - Icon Assembly ... 24 Figure 6 - Display Removal ... 25 Figure 7 - Lower Case Screws ... 26 Figure 8 - Palm Rest and Track Ball Assemblies ... 27 Figure 9 - Keyboard and Sound Board... 29 Figure 10 - Upper Case and Display Connect ... 32 Figure 11 - System Board and Keyboard Grounding Plate ... 34,

OmniBook Product Comparisons

HP OmniBook 5000 HP OmniBook 4000 HP OmniBook 600 Size Closed 29.5 x 22.6 x 4.9 cm 29.5 x 22.6 x 4.9 cm 18.49 × 28.24 × 3.99 cm (11.6 x 8.9 x 1.93 in) (11.6 x 8.9 x 1.93 in) (7.28 × 11.12 × 1.57 in) Weight 3.08-3.18 kg (6.8-7 lb) DSTN (C) 1.72 kg (3.8 lb) 3.13 kg (6.9 lb) TFT (CT): 3.27 kg (7.2 lb) Processor 75-, 90-, or 120-MHz 50-Mhz Intel 486DX2, 50- or 75-MHz Intel Intel Pentium® or 75-, 100-MHz Intel 486DX2 processor 486DX4 Bus Architecture 32-bit PCI bus ISA bus ISA bus Cache some models include: No L2 cache No L2 cache 256-KB external L2 cache Display 10.4-inch diagonal: 10.3-diagonal DSTN 8.6-diagonal DSTN or (up to 256 colors) or VGA (C/CT): 640 x 9.5-inch diagonal TFT 480 x 65,536 colors 10.4-inch diagonal TFT (DSTN or TFT) (up to 65,536 colors) 640×480 backlit color VGA displays SVGA (CTS): 800 x VGA: 640 x 480 600 x 256 colors 64K colors from a 262K (TFT) Local bus video; 1-MB color palette display RAM PCI local bus video; VGA-out supports VGA 1.5-MB video RAM SVGA-out supports and SVGA monitors (up VGA & SVGA monitors to 1024×768×256 colors) SVGA-out supports (up to 1024 x 768 x VGA & SVGA monitors 256 colors) Accelerated local bus (up to 1024 x 768 x video with 1-MB VRAM 256 colors), Power 14.4Vdc Rechargeable 14.4 Vdc rechargeable 9.6 Vdc rechargeable Lithium-Ion or NiMH NiMH battery pack NiMH or Lithium Ion battery battery Battery life Battery life (approximate): Battery life up to 3.0-3.5 (approximate with one hours. battery): 2 to 3 hrs 3-4 hrs on DSTN DX2/50 Battery pack recharges Battery recharges to to high level in less than high level in 4 hrs 2-3 hrs on TFT 2 hours using AC using AC adapter while DX4/100 adapter PC is on or off AC adapter 100 to 240 Vac (50 to 60 Hz) 2-minute (or less) low- 2-minute low-battery input; 21 Vdc,1.35 A battery warning warning output AC adapter 100 to 240 AC adapter 100 to 240 Suspend-resume Vac (50 to 60 Hz) input; Vac (50 to 60 Hz) power management. 12 Vdc, 2.5 A output input; 12 Vdc, 3.3 A output Instant-on maintains computer in ready-to- Instant-on maintains work state for months on computer in ready-to- a charge. Turn it on work state for weeks again, and you’re on a full charge; instantly back where you returns you to your were. application or file instantly Removable Modules Floppy disk drive (can Floppy disk drive (can Hard disk drive be replaced with a be replaced with a second battery for second battery for RAM double battery life) double battery life) Battery Hard disk drive Hard disk drive RAM RAM Battery Battery Mass Storage 540-MB, 810-MB, or 260-, 340-, 520-, or 170, 260, or 340 MB 1.2-GB hard disks 810-MB hard disk hard disk drive options RAM 8- or 16-MB Models 4-, 8-MB, or 16-MB 4-, 8-, 16- or 24-MB RAM models RAM models upgradable to 64 MB upgradable to 32 MB upgradable to 32MB 8-, 16-, or 32-MB RAM (CT) 20MB or 24MB (C). cards, Audio 16-bit with Sound 16-bit, Sound Blaster- Microsoft® Windows® Blaster® and MIDI compatible sound in CT. support Stereo sound via two Two built-in speakers Stereo sound via two built-in stereo speakers (not stereo sound) built-in speakers Input/Output 9-pin, 115,200 - b/s, 9-pin, 115,200 - b/s, 9-pin, 115,200 - b/s, RS- RS-232 port RS-232 port 232 port 25-pin EPP and ECP 25-pin EPP and ECP 25-pin bidirectional parallel port parallel port parallel port SVGA-out (up to 1024 SVGA-out (up to 1024 SVGA-out (up to 1024 × x 768 x 256); VGA-out x 768 x 256) 768 × 256) (640 x 480 x 65,536 colors) 115,200 - baud, bi- 115,200 - baud, directional infrared bidirectional infrared 115,200-baud, bidirectional infrared Expansion bus Enhanced port replicator connector connector Expansion bus connector Keyboard/mouse port Floppy drive port SCSI-2 port Headphone/stereo-out port NTSC/PAL video-out port Microphone port Keyboard/mouse port Stereo-in port Headphone/stereo-out port Stereo-in and microphone ports MIDI/joystick port, Expandability One Type III PCMCIA One Type III PCMCIA One Type III PCMCIA slot (or use as two slot (or use as two slot (or use as two Type Type II slots) with 3.3- Type II slots) II slots) V or 5-V support Enhanced port External ultra-thin floppy ISA-based slots, and replicator with parallel, disk drive (included with parallel, serial, two serial, SVGA-out product) (up to 1024 x768), SVGA-out (up to 1024 keyboard, PS/2 mouse, Enhanced port replicator x 768 x 256), and SCSI ports; and with EPP parallel, serial, PCMCIA slot VGA-out (up to 1024 × keyboard, PS/2 (concurrent Type II and 768), keyboard, PS/2 or mouse, MIDI/joystick, Type III) Microsoft® mouse, and audio, and SCSI-2 SCSI ports; external ports floppy connector; and optional HP EtherTwist LAN card slot Pre-installed Software Microsoft Windows 95 Microsoft Windows for Microsoft Windows Workgroups 3.11 or for Workgroups 3.11 MS-DOS 6.2 MS-DOS 6.22 Microsoft Windows for Workgroups 3.11 * Laplink Remote Upgrade easily to Access Windows 95 MS-DOS® 6.22 Easy connection to Plug and Play BIOS Plug and Play BIOS your desktop PC, network and desktop LapLink Remote Access HP PIM printers; works via cable or infrared. Appointment Book HP Financial Calculator Phone Book IrDA infrared printing driver Security Features 2-level password User password User password protection Kensington lock slots Kensington lock slots PC ID (tattooing) Kensington lock slots,

OmniBook 4000 Series: Product Features

Description Advanced performance with flexibility, exceptional user comfort, all-day use and easy access to peripherals. Models This is a complete list of all the standard Omnibook models ever made available. Factory special options are not included in this listing. Many of these models are now obsolete. Refer to the Hewlett-Packard Corporate Price List for cuurently available models and options. Product Description Part Number HP OmniBook 4000C DX2/50MHz; 260MB Hard Drive F1081A HP OmniBook 4000C DX2/50MHz; 340MB Hard Drive F1082A HP OmniBook 4000C DX2/50MHz; 520MB Hard Drive F1083A HP OmniBook 4000CT* DX4/75MHz; 340MB Hard Drive F1157A HP OmniBook 4000CT* DX4/75MHz; 520MB Hard Drive F1158A HP OmniBook 4000CT* DX4/75 MHz; 810MB Hard Drive F1159A HP OmniBook 4000C DX4/100MHz; 340MB Hard Drive F1086A HP OmniBook 4000C DX4/100MHz; 520MB Hard Drive F1087A HP OmniBook 4000C DX4/100MHz; 810MB Hard Drive F1096A HP OmniBook 4000CT* DX4/100MHz; 340MB Hard Drive F1088A HP OmniBook 4000CT* DX4/100MHz; 520MB Hard Drive F1089A HP OmniBook 4000CT* DX4/100MHz; 810MB Hard Drive F1097A HP OmniBook 4000CT* DX4/100MHz; 810MB Hard Drive with F1160A 16MB RAM * Indicates TFT display (Note: All others have 8-MB RAM except, F1081A with 4MB RAM and F1160A, which has 16MB RAM), Accessories Description Part Number 4-MB RAM expansion card F1076A 8-MB RAM expansion card F1077A 16-MB RAM expansion card F1078A 260-MB Hard Disk Drive F1091A 340-MB Hard Disk Drive F1092A 520-MB Hard Disk Drive F1093A 810-MB Hard Disk Drive F1032A 3.5 inch Floppy Drive Module F1079A AC Adapter F1072A NiMH Battery Pack Module F1073A External Battery Charger (Charges up to two batteries F1074A concurrently) Automobile Adapter F1075A Enhanced Port Replicator F1090A What comes in OmniBook 4000 mainframe the box Battery pack User documentation: manuals, support material, registration card Companion/utility disks AC adapter (P/N: F1072A), localized power cord Brochures for OmniBook accessories and Deskjet 320 Microprocessor Intel486 DX2 50-MHz Intel486 DX4 75-MHz Intel486 DX4 100-MHz Bus Architecture ISA, Video local Bus, Memory Main Memory DX2/50 MHz, Model 260 (F1081A) 4MB RAM DX4/100 MHz, Model 810 (F1160A) 16MB RAM All other models 8MB Max Possible RAM 32MB Type of memory boards HP Proprietary boards, 2 user accessible slots on the bottom case. Expansion Memory 4-MB (HP # F1076A) board options 8-MB (HP # F1077A) 16-MB (HP # F1078A) Cycle time 70ns Mass storage The hard disk drive can be removed by the user for easy upgrades. The hard drive is located on the bottom case and with the removal of one screw the hard drive can be replaced. Hard drive manufacturer: Toshiba for all capacities Flexible disk Internal 3.5 inch, 1.44-MB flexible disk drive is standard on all models. The drive flexible disk drive can be easily removed by the user and replaced with an additional battery pack to double battery life. This is part of the modularity features of the OmniBook 4000. Manufacturer: Canon (subject to change) Built-in I/O 25 pin bi-directional ECP an EPP parallel port SVGA out (up to 1024 x 768 x 256 colors) with simultaneous viewing 115,000-b/s bi-directional infrared port. Expansion Bus Connector for connecting to enhance port replicator (F1090A) 6-pin mini-DIN keyboard or PS/2 mouse Headphone/stereo-out port Microphone port Stereo-in port, Display/video The OB4000 DSTN may report the display RAM to be 1024KBs, however, it is 512KB. Later versions have corrected this. It is not a hardware problem but a reporting problem. Display RAM is not upgradable. Display Manufacturer: Hitachi Video graphics controller chip: Western Digital 90c24 rocket chip. External video resolution (both types): Supports VGA/SVGA external monitors with up to 1024 x 768 x 256 colors in noninterlaced mode. Auto detection of external monitor without rebooting Note: Includes option to simultaneously display external video and notebook display. TFT Display TFT display manufacturing is a high precision but imperfect technology and Quality manufacturers cannot currently produce large displays that are cosmetically perfect. Most if not all TFT displays will exhibit some level of cosmetic imperfection. These cosmetic imperfections may be visible to the customer under varying display conditions and can appear as bright, dim or dark spots. This issue is common across all vendors supplying TFT displays in their products and is not specific to the HP OmniBook display. The HP OmniBook TFT displays meet or exceed all TFT manufacturer's standards for cosmetic quality of TFT displays. HP does not warrant that the displays will be free of cosmetic imperfections. TFT displays may have a small number of cosmetic imperfections and still conform to the display manufacturers cosmetic quality specifications. Here are some guidelines to use in determining what action to take on a customer complaint of cosmetic imperfection in their TFT display: 1. The unit should be viewed in the customer's normal operating condition. This means if the customer uses the unit predominately in DOS, or Windows, or in some other application or combination of applications, that is where the determination shall be made. Self test is not a normal operating condition and is not a sufficient tool to interpret display quality. 2. In the customer's normal operating mode: a. If 4 or more variant pixels appear clustered in the area approximated by a thumbprint on the display surface, then the display should be considered for replacement., b. On OmniBook 4000CT models, if more than 30 total pixels anywhere on the display are bad, then the display should be considered for replacement. On OmniBook 600CT and OmniBook 5000CT models, if more than 15 total pixels anywhere on the display are bad, then the display should be considered for replacement. These are the only conditions in this guideline that may call for a replacement due to a defect in material or workmanship based on the HP Limited Warranty Statement. 3. If a display is considered for replacement, it should be clear to the customer that cosmetic variations on the replacement display may also exist, and may require the customer to use a work-around to obscure the cosmetic imperfection. 4. Customers with cosmetic-based complaints only, that do not conform to the above conditions and tests will not normally be considered for display replacement. It will be left to the judgment of the HP-responsible person who, in working with the customer, to identify work-arounds that are reasonable and appropriate for the individual customer. Customers who must have a more perfect display solution should consider switching to an OmniBook with a DSTN display. We expect over time that the industry will continue to improve in their ability to produce displays with fewer inherent cosmetic imperfections and will adjust our HP guidelines as the improvements are implemented. User interface Keyboard: 85-key touch-type keyboard with embedded numeric keypad and 12 Fn keys. Wrist pad provides comfort for extended keyboard use. External 6-pin mini-DIN interface for external keyboard connection. (HP external keyboard (101- key) Part number C3756A) Pointing device: Built in 25MM trackball positioned in the center of the wrist pad for easy access and comfort. Industry compliant to maintain software compatibility. Optional pointing devices: Includes 6-pin mini-DIN interface for external PS/2 mouse connection. Also supports serial mouse connection. Power Battery type: Removable 14.4-Vdc rechargeable NiMH. NiMH battery does not require complete discharge before recharging. There is no "memory" effect that reduces battery life. Battery Life; rundown (approx.): 3-4 hrs on DSTN DX2/50 2-3 hrs on TFT DX4/100 Recharge time: Approx. 75 minutes in suspend mode or off position. The battery trickle charges while the unit is turned on. It takes several days to gain a full charge while trickle charging. Power Low battery signals: Low battery warning at 10 percent of full charge, followed by save to hard disk after five minutes., Battery life can be doubled by installing second battery in place of the 3.5 " flexible drive. The OmniBook will recognize the additional battery and provide battery status of both batteries (can be installed hot). Smart Battery: The OmniBook 4000 uses "Smart" battery technology. The battery itself contains an ASIC (Application Specific Integrated Circuit) that is able to continuously test and track the status of the battery. The OmniBook BIOS can then receive high-quality information about the battery condition directly from the hardware and not interrupt the CPU. The OmniBook 4000 no longer has to rely on software to determine the condition of the battery. The condition can be checked using two methods that receive information from the BIOS (CONFIGURATION [fn][f2], Windows Control Panel Power). Energy S.T.A.R. compliant AC Adapter: 100 to 240 Vac adapter (50 to 60 Hz) input; 21 Vdc, 1.35A output. Use only an HP F1072A AC adapter (the type shipped with the OmniBook). Using any other adapter could damage the OmniBook and void the warranty. Always plug it into a grounded outlet.. Power management options: Advanced; Standard; Off; Custom. Optional power accessories from HP: A fully charged NiMH battery in storage will loose 20% of its charge per month in storage. External battery Designed for desktop use. It has an internal power supply and plugs in to the wall. charger Works with 110/220 volts and 50/60Hz. It also has a power cord to plug into the OmniBook 4000. Charges two additional batteries HP part number: F1074A Automobile HP part number F1075A adapter NiMH battery HP part number F1073A pack AC adapter HP part number F1072A Accessory Slots User available PCMCIA Slots: 2 Type II or 1 Type III (version Two) The PCMCIA slots are fully industry compatible and supports SystemSoft Card Services and Socket Service (2.1). The system will support a wide variety of PCMCIA cards. PCMCIA controller chip manufacturer: Vadem 386. Audio Systems High performance audio: 16-bit stereo sound, Sound Blaster hardware compatible. Two stereo speakers with acoustic chambers, Audio Systems I/O: Headphone/stereo-out port; microphone port; Stereo-in port IRQ default setting for soundblaster is 5. Sound Manufacturer: ESS Operating Temperature: environment DSTN display models: 41 to 104 degrees F (5 to 40 degrees C) TFT display models: 50 to 104 degrees F (10 to 40 degrees C) 90% relative humidity at 104 degrees F (40 degrees C) maximum Storage Temperature: -40 to 149 degrees F (-40 to 65 degrees C) environment 90% relative humidity at 149 degrees F (65 degrees C) maximum Environmental ESD as per IEC-801-2, EN 55024-2 Testing Drop testing: 1 drop flat onto all six faces from .75 meter Also tests for altitude, magnetic & radiated susceptibility & interference, shock & vibration. Note: These are the tests that HP designs notebook computers to meet. Due to normal variations in the components of individual machines, some machines will perform better and some won't perform as well. HP does not guarantee that every notebook computer will meet these specifications. BIOS Plug and Play BIOS stored in EEPROM User Upgradable via floppy drive A corrupt BIOS that prevents the machine from booting requires a system board replacement. The BIOS can be corrupted by interrupting the BIOS upgrade in the middle of the process. Software and Microsoft Windows for Workgroups 3.11 Operating System MS-DOS 6.2 Easy upgrade to Windows 95 Laplink Remote Access for easy connection to desktop PC, network printers, and other OmniBooks, Supported MS DOS version 6.22* Operating Systems Microsoft Windows for Workgroups 3.11* Microsoft Windows 95* Microsoft NT workstation 3.51** OS/2® version 3.0** * Supported to the application level. ** Only setup and configuration supported. Security Physical security from Kensignton Lock System password: When the password setting is enabled, a window will pop-up to allow the user to enter the old password, enter a new password and to verify the new Password If the user forgets the system password, there is a master password that will Decode unlock the Omnibook. The user calls Technical Support to determine this master password as follows: 1. Support will tell the user the keys to type at the password entry screen: [alt][shft][f10] 2. The Omnibook generates and displays an encoded master password. This is displayed under the normal password entry area. At this point, this is the only password that will unlock the Omnibook unless the user presses [ESC] to remove the encoded master from the password entry screen. Then the user's stored password can be entered. 3. The user reads the encoded master password to Support. 4. Support runs a program that decodes the encoded password, and reads the decoded password (alphanumeric) to the user. 5. The user types in the decoded password. 6. Omnibook decodes the encoded master password it generated and compares it to the decoded password typed in by the user. 7. If the two passwords match, the Omnibook is unlocked. The forgotten password is automatically erased. Support can then guide the user through the process of entering a new password. 8. If the two passwords do not match, the previous sequence must be repeated until the user correctly enters a master password. The encoded master password is an eight-character alphanumeric sequence that the Omnibook generates at random every time the appropriate keys are pressed in the password entry screen. Because it is generated randomly, a master password can only be used to unlock the Omnibook once. If the user forgets the password at another time, it will require another call to Support. (If the user presses the appropriate keys by mistake, pressing [ESC] will allow entering the stored password.), Password The password descramble programs for the HP OmniBook PCs are protected as Decode Policy HP Company Private information. They may not be copied, backed-up, printed or distributed. There are only six official copies of each program. In addition to protecting the program itself, it's use is also controlled. Hewlett- Pakard and authorized support providers must ensure with written evidence that the OmniBook that is being "descrambled" is actually in the hands of the unit's actual and current owner. This requires a sales receipt showing the unit serial number and owner's name, or a written statement from the owner attesting that they are the owner of the unit. The statement can be a FAX copy of the document. The fact that the unit is in the hands of an HP representative on the behalf of the customer is not evidence of ownership. In addition, HP will not descramble a unit for any non-owner, even if it involves law enforcement agencies. If you receive such a request, you should notify management and HP Corporate Legal immediately. (These requests may require a court order prior to our participation.) Further, you must log the name, serial number and date of the running of the descramble program, and file the written backup with the log. The log and backup is subject to standard record's retention process and review. The final issue relating to descramble of passwords is that HP cannot provide information to users that would assist them in improperly descrambling a password and opening a unit.,

Notebook Hardware Structure Field Replaceable Assemblies Installing memory

(End User Replaceable) The OmniBook 4000 family has two memory locations for expanding system RAM. The memory location on the side of the OmniBook that has the battery also has the factory RAM module installed. To add an additional 8MB or 16MB of RAM, use the location on the other side of the unit near the floppy drive. If the base unit has 4MB or 8MB of memory, and you want to expand the memory to more than 20MB or 24MB, then the original 4MB or 8MB module must be replace with a larger module. Figure 1 - Memory Doors, Modules, and Slots,

Battery Module and Floppy Disk Drive Module

(End User Replaceable) The Battery and Floppy Disk Drive Modules are user replaceable. A second Battery Module may be installed in the Floppy Disk Drive Bay. This doubles the battery life of the OmniBook 4000. To remove either module, turn the OmniBook over. Squeeze the two levers together and slide the module forward. Reverse the procedure to install a new Battery or Floppy Disk Drive Module. Figure 2 - Floppy Drive and Battery,

Hard Disk Drive

(End User Replaceable) The Hard Disk Drive Module is user replaceable. To remove the Hard Disk Drive Module, remove the screw under the latch on the hard drive. Push the Hard Drive Module Forward - do not pull on the latch - it is not strong enough, use the back edge of the module in front of the depression in the bottom case instead. Reverse the procedure for installation. Figure 3 - Hard Disk Drive,

Small parts

(End User Replaceable) The I/R lens, expansion door, I/O door, Rubber feet, memory doors, and PCMCIA door are all replaceable. The I/R lens snaps in and out from the inside of the I/O door. To remove the I/O door, open it fully. Flex the door so that the center hinge separates from the backcase. Continue to flex until side pins clear holes in back case. To reassemble, simply reverse the procedure. The expansion door is removed by opening it fully and flexing it in the middle until the pins in the backcase disengage from the slots in the side of the door. To reassemble, reverse the procedure. The rubber feet are adhered to the bottom case with adhesive. The PCMCIA door is remove in the same manner as the expansion door.,

Icon Assembly and Display Module

(HP Authorized Support Providers Only) To remove the display module on the OmniBook 4000C and CT turn the unit over and withdraw the two Phillips screws from the bottom back corners of the unit (see diagram below). This is not required if only the ICON assembly is to be removed. Display/Chassis Screws Figure 4 - Display Screws, Turn the unit right side up and remove the Icon assembly by placing the thumbs on each edge of the assembly and pushing lightly (see diagram below). The front edge of the Icon Assembly will lift up slightly. Figure 5 - Icon Assembly, Lift the display straight up about 1 inch. The Icon Assembly will lift up with the display. Move the Icon assembly out of the way. The cable from the Icon Assembly to the PC board does not need to be removed if only the display is being removed. Otherwise, slide the connector sleeve foward to remove the Icon Assembly cable. Next, remove the two cables attaching the display module to the PC board. Lastly, remove the two screws attaching the grounding straps to the PC board. The display can now be removed the rest of the way. Display/Chassis Screws Figure 6 - Display Removal To reinstall the display module or Icon Assembly, just reverse the above procedure. When reinstalling the Display Module, make sure that the two posts on either side of the display line up parallel with their slots in the top case. If they are not parallel, the post will get caught inside the top case before the display is seated completely. If this happens, remove the display and line the posts up properly. Also take care that the Icon Assembly flex cable is tucked inside of the “tunnel” of the Icon Assembly. This will prevent the cable from crimping and possibly malfunctioning.,

Palm Rest Assembly and Track Ball Assembly

(HP Authorized Support Providers Only) Before removing the Palm Rest Assembly or Track Ball Assembly, the battery and the floppy disk drive assembly (a second battery may be installed in to the floppy drive bay) must be removed. See instructions for removal of these two modules. In the floppy disk drive and battery bays are four Phillips screws, two in each bay. Remove these four screws while the unit is upside down (see illustration below). Palm Rest Screws (4) Figure 7 - Lower Case Screws, Turn the unit right side up, open the lid and lift up on the palmrest. Disconnect the cable attaching the palmrest to the track ball assembly. To remove the track ball assembly, disconnect the Track Ball Assembly cable and remove the one screw that holds the Track Ball Assembly in place. The Track Ball Assembly then lifts out. Palm Rest Assembly Track Ball Assembly Screw ISOB M2.6x5L Sub-Battery Assembly Figure 8 - Palm Rest and Track Ball Assemblies Reverse the procedure to install a new Palm Rest Assembly or Track Ball Assembly.,

Keyboard Assembly

(HP Authorized Support Providers Only) Required Equipment: • Phillips Screwdriver Components to Remove Prior to Keyboard: 1. HDD, FDD, and Battery 2. Palm Rest Assembly (may remain connected) 3. Sound Board (PCB Assy PK-688/PK-AUD) (partial removal) Removal Procedure: 1. Follow the instructions for removing Battery, Floppy Disk and Hard Drive. 2. Follow the Palm Rest Assembly Removal Procedure. Note the Track Ball does not need to be removed and the Palm Rest may be lifted out without being disconnected. 3. The keyboard can then be lifted out by gently prying up on the front edge. 4. To gain access to the Keyboard flex cables, the Sound Board must be removed (see Figure 9). To remove the Sound Board, lift up on the sides of the board. Note, the Sound Board cannot be completely disconnected at this point - the Upper Cover must be removed to gain full access to the Sound Board. 5. Disconnect the Keyboard flex cables from the zero force insertion slots. Replacement Procedure: 1. Reverse the procedure to install a new keyboard., Figure 9 - Keyboard and Sound Board,

Power Board (PCA Assy PK-DC)

(HP Authorized Support Providers Only) Required Equipment: • Phillips Screwdriver Components to remove prior Power Board (PCA Assy PK-DC): 1. HDD, FDD, and Battery 2. Palm Rest Assembly (may remain connected) 3. Keyboard (may remain connected) Removal Procedure: 1. Remove Battery, Floppy Disk Drive, and Hard Disk Drive. 2. Follow the Palm Rest Assembly Removal Procedure to remove this component. Note, the Palm Rest only needs to be lifted out; it may remain connected. 3. Follow the Keyboard Removal Procedure. Note, the Keyboard only needs to be lifted out; it may remain connected. 4. Remove the Power Board by gently rocking back and forth. See Figure 10 for component location. Replacement Procedure: 1. Simply reverse the above Removal Procedure.,

Upper Case, Sound Board (PCB Assy PK-688/PK-AUD),

and PCA Display Connect PK-LSP (HP Authorized Support Providers Only) Required Equipment: • Phillips Screwdriver Components to remove prior Upper Case, Sound Board (PCB Assy PK-688/PK- AUD), and PCA Display Connect PK-LSP: 1. HDD, FDD, and Battery 2. Icon Assembly and Display Module 3. Palm Rest Assembly 4. Keyboard Assembly 5. Power Board (optional) Removal Procedure: 1. Remove Battery, Floppy Disk Drive, and Hard Disk Drive. 2. Follow the Icon Assembly and Display Module Removal Procedure to remove these components. 3. Follow the Keyboard Removal Procedure. Note, although the Sound Board cannot be completely removed at this point, it is strategic to disconnect the rightmost harness cable at this step (see Figure 9). 4. Additional maneuvering space may be gained by removing the Power Board, however, it is not necessary to do so. 5. Remove the ISOB M2x6L Screw located on the left side of the Upper Case. See Figure 10 for location of this component. 6. Remove the Upper Case by gently prying up at the seam between the Upper Case and Lower Case. The Upper Case will then snap off. 7. At this point, the Upper Case will still have the Sound Board and the Microphone Assembly attached. The Microphone can simply be disconnected from the Sound Board if necessary. The Sound Board may be affixed with a drop of glue to the Upper Case where the Audio Ports meet the plastic. The Audio Ports can be gently pried from the Upper Case plastic if necessary (see Figure 10). Note, that the Sound Board and Audio Ports are a single assembly. 8. Next, remove the three (3) ISOB M2.6x5L screws from the LSP-M/B Shielding Plate and PCA Display Connect PK-LSP. See Figure 10 for locations of these components. 9. The LSP-M/B Shielding Plate can now be removed. 10. Remove the PCA Display Connect PK-LSP by gently rocking back and forth. Replacement Procedure: 1. Simply reverse the above Removal Procedure. 2. Take note that to reinstall the Audio Ports onto the plastic of the Upper Case does not require a drop of glue. The one screw is sufficient. 3. The LSP-M/B Shielding Plate fits between the plastic of the Lower Case and the strip of shielding affixed along the audio ports holes in the plastic of the Lower Case., Audio Ports (part of Sound Board Assembly) PCB Assy PK- Screw ISOB 688/PK-Aud M2x6L (Sound Board) Microphone Assembly Upper Case Screw ISOB M2.6x5L Qty (3) PCA Display LSP-M/B Connect PK-LSP Shielding Plate Screw ISOB 2.6x5L PCA Assy PK-DC (Power Board) Figure 10 - Upper Case and Display Connect,

Keyboard Grounding Plate, CPU, and System Board

(HP Authorized Service Providers Only) Required Equipment: • Phillips Screwdriver • Nutdriver (5 mm or 3/16 in) Components to remove prior Keyboard Grounding Plate, CPU, and System Board: 1. HDD, FDD, and Battery 2. Icon Assembly and Display Module 3. Palm Rest Assembly 4. Keyboard Assembly 5. Power Board 6. Upper Case, Sound Board, and Display Connect Removal Procedure: 1. Remove Battery, Floppy Disk Drive, and Hard Disk Drive. 2. Follow the Icon Assembly and Display Module Removal Procedure to remove these components 3. Follow the Palm Rest and Keyboard Assembly Removal Procedures to remove these components. 4. Remove the Power Board by gently rocking back and forth. 5. Remove the Upper Case, Sound Board, and Display Connect by following the corresponding Removal Procedure. 6. Remove the K/B Grounding Plate by unfastening the three (3) ISOB M2.6x5L screws and one (1) 10mm standoff. See Figure 11 for locations of these components. Take note that the Track Ball and Sub Battery-M/B Harnesses must be threaded through the K/B Grounding Plate before it can be freely removed. 7. The CPU may now be removed by gently rocking back and forth. Take care not to dislodge the heat sink from the top of the CPU. If needed, the CPU Shielding Plate may also be removed at this point., Standoff 10mm Screw ISOB K/B Grounding M2.6x5L Plate PCA Proc Track Ball and (CPU) Sub Battery-M/B Harnesses Standoff 15mm Screw ISOB M2.6x5L Qty (2) CPU Shielding Plate PCA Main PK-486 (System Board) PCMCIA Button Assembly Lower Case Figure 11 - System Board and Keyboard Grounding Plate,

Enhanced Port Replicator

(Exchange Assembly) The Enhanced Port Replicator (EPR) for the OmniBook 4000 contains no field replaceable components. If any component of the EPR is defective, the entire unit must be replaced. Troubleshooting Tips: • The OmniBook 4000 will only detect one pointing device at a time. Therefore, if an external mouse is connected to the EPR, the track ball will not be active. • When an external mouse is detached, the pointing devices settings must be manually updated in the Setup for the change to be detected. • The EPR PCMCIA slots do not receive power when the OmniBook is in Suspend mode.,

Configuration and Setup Main Configuration Screen

Pressing [fn][f2] invokes the BIOS setup and configuration utility. Users can check system configuration and changes settings using [f] keys from this screen. This is the most accurate place to check battery and system status. Pressing [f3] from this screen exits back to the current application.,

Power Screen

The power screen contains the current power level of the main and auxiliary battery. If there is no auxiliary battery, the text is dimmed (or in a passive color). Power conservation settings consists of the options shown. When Custom is selected, "suspend after", "hibernate after" and "HDD stop after" settings can be changed by the user (indicated again by the settings in brackets [ xxx ]). When any of the other selections are chosen by the user, the system will show the settings that are programmed by the system. The hibernation setup area is shown to inform the user the size of the file used to save the RAM image to disk. There is no user selectable control in this area.,

Power Configuration

To implement the power management capabilities, the following settings are set by the user from the power setup screen. The CPU doze will automatically occur and will not be user selectable. Setting: Parameters: Default Comments: Power Advanced; Advanced In advanced mode the Conservation Standard; Off; user can not change the Mode Custom settings, they are preset. Suspend After Disable; Time 2 minutes How long the system will (1 - 15 minutes) stay in Run with (no activity) until it suspends. If disabled it will stay in Run. Hibernate After Disable; Time 30 minutes How long the system will (5 - 120 minutes) be in the suspend state. If disabled it will stay in the suspend state. HDD Stop After Disable; Time 1 minute HDD will turn off, system (0.5 - 15 minutes) has ability to run. HDD will spin up when access required. Processor Speed Fast; Slow Fast PCMCIA Power Disable; Enable Enable Enable power to PCMCIA each slot during suspend.,

Power Defaults

Advanced, Standard, Off and Custom, power conservation default values are: Advanced Standard Off: Custom Suspend After 1 minute 2 minutes Disabled 1 minute Hibernate After: 15 minutes 60 minutes Disabled 15 minutes HDD Stop After: 30 seconds Disabled Disabled 30 seconds,

System Configuration

The system screen contains the processor and memory information for the user to glance at. It also allows the user to set the date and time. The real time clock is not changed until the user exits the setup program. The user can also enable or disable the processor cache. When the user decides to enable a password, a pop up window requests the old password, new password and confirmation of the new password. Hard drives or mass storage are not affected by the password-only the turn-on condition. Password is not tested at resume from suspend.,

Input/Output Configuration

Setting: Parameters: Default: Comments Printer port Bi-directional; EPP; ECP Bi-directional IR Port Assignment COM2 COM2 IR is hard wired to COM2 Pointer device Internal; External Internal External Fn. key Enabled; Disabled Enabled Display LCD; CRT; LCD and LCD

CRT

LCD gray scale 8, 16, 64 64.00 Dimmed with color display attached Display mode Normal;Inverse Normal Dimmed with color display attached,

Disk Configuration

Setting: Parameters Default Comments Diskette A Enabled; Disabled Enabled Boot from FDD first; HDD only FDD first HDD Configuration Auto; User defined Auto,

Audio Configuration

The audio screen allows the user to adjust the speaker volume of the system. The user can also select the IRQ, I/O Address and DMA channel of the audio board. Setting: Parameters Default Comments Volume Left Slider Middle Volume Right Slider Middle IRQ IRQ5; IRQ7; IRQ9; IRQ7 IRQ10 DMA channel DMA0; DMA1; DMA3 DMA1,

Troubleshooting and Repair

Known Hardware The OmniBook 4000C and CT will not charge the batteries while in "ON" Issues mode. Certain HP Vectra PCs will not link over I/R with the OB 4000. Refer to the technical newsletter for details. OmniBook Self- The complete self-test procedure is documented in the OmniBook 4000 Test Operating Guide. A note about interpreting self-test results. Self-test alone should not be used to diagnose a hardware problem. If the self- test results are absolutely clear and repeatable, confirm the results with at least two other non-self-test failure symptoms. The OmniBook 4000 BIOS includes a POST facility that tests a number of hardware and firmware items in the unit at each cold-start (BOOT or RESET). First POST: These multiple beep codes indicate a failure in a simple test of: BEEP CODES a portion of base memory Flash BIOS checksum a portion of conventional memory a portion of extended memory If the unit fails to boot: all accessories are removed, including memory cards, external floppy, port expander, modems, PCMCIA cards, LAN cards, printers, VGA-out cables, external pointing devices, clean AC power is provided (no "chained" battery chargers or auto adapters), and press reset. If the unit still fails to boot, it requires service. Beep codes Beep codes are used to identify a POST error that occurs when the screen is not available. Once the screen is operating, diagnostic messages are reported to the screen. There are beep codes for both fatal and nonfatal system board errors., Beep Code Description none CPU register test in progress or failure. 1-1-1 CPU Failure 1-1-3 CMOS write/read test in progress or failure. Failure will result in a system halt. 1-1-4 ROM BIOS checksum test in progress or failure. Failure will result in a system halt. Checksum test - All of the values in a given range of locations are added together. The range includes a location which, when added to sum of the ranges, will produce a known result (0). BIOS is in FLASH and can only be fixed through replacement of the flash device (not a field repairable item) Customer units should be returned for repair. 1-2-1 Programmable interval timer 0 test in progress or failure. Failure will result in a system 1-2-2 DMA channel 0 address and count register test in progress or failure. Failure will result in a system halt. 1-2-3 DMA page register write/read test in progress or failure. Failure will result in a system halt. 1-3-1 RAM refresh verification test in progress or failure. Failure will result in a system halt. 1-3-2 SMI RAM Bad. Failure will result in a system halt. none First 64K RAM test in progress. No specific test is performed - just indicates that the test is beginning (i.e., no failure). 1-3-3 First 64K RAM chip or data line failure, multi-bit. Failure results in a system halt. 1-4-2 Parity failure first 64K RAM. Failure results in a system halt. 2-1-1/2/3/4 First 64K RAM chip or data line failure on bit x. Failure results in a system halt. 2-2-1/2/3/4 2-3-1/2/3/4 2-4-1/2/3/4 3-1-1 Slave DMA register test in progress or failure. Failure results in a system halt., 3-1-2 Master DMA register test in progress or failure. Failure results in a system halt. 3-1-3 Master interrupt mask register test in progress or failure. Failure results in a system halt. 3-1-4 Slave interrupt mask register test in progress or failure. Failure results in a system halt. 3-2-4 Keyboard controller test in progress or failure. Failure results in a system halt. 3-3-4 Screen memory test in progress or failure. Failure will result in a beep code but not a system halt. 3-4-1 Video Retrace Failure. 3-4-2 Screen retrace test in progress. 3-4-3 Screen retrace test failure 4-2-1 Timer-tick interrupt test in progress or failure. An error message is displayed on the screen. The system does not halt. 4-2-2 Shutdown test in progress or failure. If possible, the BIOS will continue POST, skipping the memory tests. 4-2-3 Gate A20 failure. An error message is displayed on the screen and the memory tests are suspended. The system does not halt. 4-2-4 Unexpected interrupt in protected mode. The system does not half when an unexpected interrupt occurs. 4-3-1 RAM test of memory above 64K in progress or failure. POST will continue. 4-3-2 Programmable interval timer channel 2 test in progress or failure. POST will continue. 4-3-4 Real-time clock text in progress 4-4-1 Serial port test in progress or failure. POST will continue. 4-4-2 Parallel port test in progress or failure. POST will continue. 4-4-3 Math coprocessor test in progress or failure. POST will continue., Last POST: There are a number of POST tests that are performed after the BEEP Code DISPLAY CODES tests. Failure of one or more of these tests will result in a displayed failure code (i.e., 03044). It is extremely important not to interpret a failure code immediately as a hardware failure until: all accessories are removed, including memory cards external floppy, port expander, modems, PCMCIA cards, LAN cards, printers, VGA-out cables, external pointing devices, clean AC power is provided (no "chained" battery chargers or auto adapters), and press reset. If the unit still fails to boot, it requires service. NOTE: make sure the display is adjusted to be visible. PhoenixBIOS Within POST, there are three kinds of messages: POST Messages (Power On Self Error messages: These messages appear when there is a failure in Test) hardware, software, or firmware. Informational messages: These messages provide infon-nation to the user but require no action. Beep codes: This kind of warning sounds when POST errors occur and the screen is not available. Because the OmniBook cannot be repaired by a service center below the FRU level, these messages will provided limited troubleshooting or repair information. However, the support specialist and service technician will be able to identify trends in repairs from these codes. Message Possible Cause Diskette drive failure The 0 or 1 drive failed or is missing. Diskette drive x failure where x=O or x=1 The designated drive has either failed or is missing. Diskette read failure - press Fl to retry boot (or may The diskette is either not formatted or is defective. also say, press Fl to retry boot, F2 for SETUP utility) Display adapter failed; using alternate The color/monochrome switch is set incorrectly. The primary video adapter failed. Gate A20 failure The keyboard controller is not accepting commands, specifically, the enable and disableA20 commands. Fixed disk configuration error The specified configuration is not supported or doesn't match the actual hardware Fixed disk controller failure The controller card has failed. Fixed disk failure The fixed disk may be defective., Fixed disk read failure -press Fl to retry boot (or may The fixed disk may be configured incorrectly or is also say press Fl to retry boot, F2 for SETUP utility) defective. Internal cache test failed -cache is disabled Faulty cache memory in the 80486 processor chip. Pointer device failure The mouse failed. No boot device available -Press Fl to retry boot (or Either diskette drive A:, the fixed disk, or both the may also say, press Fl to retry boot, F2 for SETUP diskette and disk are defective. utility) Message Possible Cause No boot sector on fixed disk - press Fl to retry boot The C: drive is not formatted or is not bootable. (or may also say, press Fl to retry boot, F2 for SETUP utility) Not a boot diskette - press Fl to retry boot (or may The diskette in drive A: is not formatted as a also say, press Fl to retry boot, F2 for SETUP utility) bootable diskette. No timer tick interrupt The timer chip has failed. xxxxxh Option ROM checksum failure where xxxxxh The peripheral card contains a defective ROM. is the starting address of the option ROM Shutdown failure Either the keyboard controller is not accepting the reset command or the associated reset logic has failed. Time of day not set - run SETUP program Clock not set. Timer 2 failure The timer chip has failed. F2 to enter ROM-based SETUP Invalid configuration information must be changed. Invalid configuration information - please run Display adapter is configured incorrectly. Memory SET'UP size is incorrect. Wrong number of diskette drives. Other configuration errors. Keyboard clock line failure The keyboard, the keyboard cable connection, or the keyboard controller is defective. Keyboard data line failure- The keyboard controller firmware has failed. Keyboard controller failure The keyboard controller firmware has failed. Keyboard stuck key failure A key is jammed. Memory failure at hex-value, read hex-value, Circuitry associated with the memory chips has expecting hex-value failed. Unexpected interrupt in protected mode Hardware interrupt or NMI occurred while in protected mode., Real time clock failure The RTC or battery failed. Message Possible Cause nnnk Base Memory The amount of base memory that tested successfully. nnnk Extended The amount of extended memory that tested successfully. Memory tests terminated by keystroke This message indicates that a user pressed the spacebar while the memory tests were nmning and stopped the memory tests. Press the Fl key to continue This message indicates that an error was found during POST. Pressing the Fl key allows the system to attempt to boot. Beginning memory test Press the SPACEBAR to A user can stop the memory tests by pressing the terminate the memory test spacebar. Press the Fl key to continue, F2 to nm the Setup This message indicates that an error was found utility during POST. Pressing the Fl key allows the system to attempt to boot. Pressing F2 allows users to run the ROM-based Phoenix SETUP utility to correct configuration information.,

Appendix A: Part Numbers

Description HP Part Exchange Part Number Number RUBBER FOOT BACK FLAT F1081-60933 none RUBBER FOOT FRONT ROUND F1081-60934 none NAME PLATE FOR ENGRAVING F1081-60936 none PALM REST SCREW FTB 1.7X4L F1081-60942 none MICRO PHONE ASSY F1081-60946 none OVERLAY-BACK PNL F1081-80004 none EXPANSION DOOR F1081-60930 none TRACK BALL ASSY F1081-60914 none PALM REST ASSY F1081-60915 none ICON ASSY FOR PEGASUS F1081-60916 none HOOK BUTTON F1081-60926 none IR LENS F1081-60927 none MEMORY COVER DOOR F1081-60928 none PCMCIA DOOR F1081-60929 none I/O DOOR F1081-60931 none DOOR LATCH EXPANSION & I/O F1081-60932 none MODEL NAME PLATE 4000C F1081-60937 none MODEL NAME PLATE 4000CT F1081-60938 none DISPLAY/CHASSIS SCREW F1081-60939 none ISOP M2.6x8L HDD SCREW ISOP M2.6X4L F1081-60940 none

EXTERN

HDD SCREW ISOP M3X6L F1081-60941 none

INTERN

HDD LABEL F1081-60943 none HDD COVER F1081-60944 none HDD LATCH F1081-60945 none THERMAL MOUNTING TAPE F1081-60947 none HARNESS TRACK BALL F1081-60948 none HARNESS SUB BAT-M/B F1081-60949 none INTEL INSIDE STICKER F1052-80013 none HDD SHIELDING F1081-60950 none HDD SHIELDING FOR 260MB F1081-60951 none DISPLAY MODULE DSTN F1081-60902 F1081-69002 DISPLAY MODULE TFT F1088-60901 F1088-69001 HDD MODULE 260MB F1091-60901 F1091-69001 HDD MODULE 340MB F1092-60901 F1092-69001 HDD MODULE 520MB F1093-60901 F1093-69001 MEM MODULE 4MB F1076-60901 F1076-69001 MEM MODULE 8MB F1077-60901 F1077-69001 MEM MODULE 16MB F1078-60901 F1078-69001 FDD MODULE F1079-60901 none AC ADAPTER F1072-60901 none BATTERY PACK F1073-60901 none KEYBOARD US F1081-60904 none KEYBOARD UK F1081-60905 none, KEYBOARD GER F1081-60906 none KEYBOARD SPA F1081-60907 none KEYBOARD FRE F1081-60908 none KEYBOARD ITA F1081-60909 none KEYBOARD SWI F1081-60910 none KEYBOARD DAN F1081-60911 none KEYBOARD NOR F1081-60912 none KEYBOARD SWE/FIN F1081-60913 none PORT REPLICATOR F1090-60901 none AUTO ADAPTER F1075-60901 none DUMMY RAM CARD F1081-60935 none HDD MODULE 810MB F1132-60901 F1132-69001 EXTERNAL BATTERY CHARGER F1074-80003 none OB 4000C/CT ENG Rcvy Flpy Dsk F1081-60953 none OB 4000C/CT FRE Rcvy Flpy Dsk F1081-60954 none OB 4000C/CT ITA Rcvy Flpy Dsk F1081-60955 none OB 4000C/CT GER Rcvy Flpy Dsk F1081-60956 none OB 4000C/CT SPA Rcvy Flpy Dsk F1081-60957 none Rcvy CDROM Kt-Mult-Lang F1081-12001 none 4000C/CT Lower Cover F1081-60958 none Upper Case with Button F1081-60959 none LCD Back Cover for TFT F1088-60902 none LCD Front Cover for TFT F1088-60903 none LCD Back Cover for DSTN F1081-60960 none LCD Front Cover for DSTN F1081-60961 none PCB Assy PK-688/PK-AUD F1081-60962 none PCA 50MHZ PROC PK-4D2-50 F1081-60917 F1081-69003 PCA 75MHZ PROC PK-4D4-75 F1081-60952 F1081-69004 PCA 100MHZ PROC PK-4D4-100 F1081-60918 F1081-69005 PCA MAIN W/O CPU PK-486W F1081-60919 F1081-69006 PCA IR MOD PK-MIR F1081-60920 none PCA DISPLAY CONNECT PK- F1081-60921 none

LSP

PCA ASS’Y PK-DC REV:00 F1081-60922 none SUB BATTERY SET F1081-60925 none Conductive Tape 4000 F1081-80020 none HDD Plastic Kit 4000 F1081-60963 none Standoff L=15mm F1081-60964 none Standoff L=10mm F1081-60965 none K/B Grounding Plate F1081-60966 none LSP-M/B Shielding Plate F1081-60967 none CPU Shielding Plate F1081-60968 none Screw ISOB M2x6L F1081-60969 none Screw ISOB M2.6x5L F1081-60970 none OB4000 Familiarization Guide F1081-90051 none,

Appendix B: Additional Resources

The following table contains resources for additional product related information. Resource Number/Address Comments HP External Web http://hpcc998.external.hp.com/mcd/ No usage restriction HP-MCD Internal Web http://webmcd.cv.hp.com Restricted to HP internet access only HP MCD Service Engineer email is hidden Email address for service related questions and issues]
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