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PCGA-DSD5/DSM5 SERVICE MANUAL US Model Canadian Model S400 ial Specifications nt Drive performance Operating humidity CD-RW/DVD Docking Station (PCGA-DSM5) e 20 % to 80 % (not condensed), provided that humidity is Reading speed: 24X max. CD-ROM/CD-R reading,d less than 65 % at 95 °F (35 °C) 12X max. CD-RW readifng, i (hygrometer reading of less than 84 °F (29 °C)) 8X max. DVD-ROM reading, Storage temperature C Writing speed: 8X max. CD-R writing, –4 °F to 140 °F (–20 °C to 60 °C) o 4X max. CnD-RW writing, (temperature gradient less than 18 °F (10 °C)/hour) Disk diameter 4 3/4 inch (12cm), 3inc...
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PCGA-DSD5/DSM5 SERVICE MANUAL US Model Canadian Model

S400 ial

Specifications nt

Drive performance Operating humidity CD-RW/DVD Docking Station (PCGA-DSM5) e 20 % to 80 % (not condensed), provided that humidity is Reading speed: 24X max. CD-ROM/CD-R reading,d less than 65 % at 95 °F (35 °C) 12X max. CD-RW readifng, i (hygrometer reading of less than 84 °F (29 °C)) 8X max. DVD-ROM reading, Storage temperature C Writing speed: 8X max. CD-R writing, –4 °F to 140 °F (–20 °C to 60 °C) o 4X max. CnD-RW writing, (temperature gradient less than 18 °F (10 °C)/hour) Disk diameter 4 3/4 inch (12cm), 3inch (8cm) Storage humidity Multi-session correspondence 10 % to 90 % (not condensed), provided that humidity is DVD Docking Station (PCGA-DSD5) less than 20 % at 140 °F (60 °C) Reading speed: 24X max. CD-ROM reading, (hygrometer reading of less than 95 °F (35 °C)) : 8X max. DVD-ROM reading, Dimensions Approx. 11.0 × 0.8(0.9 backside) × 9.3 inches (w/h/d) Disk diameter 4 3/4 inch (12cm), 3inch (8cm) (Approx. 279.5 × 18.5(21.5 backside) × 235.0 mm) Multi-session correspondence (the projecting parts are not included) Floppy disk drive Mass PCGA-DSM5 2.38 lbs. (1,080 g) 3.5" 1.44MB/720KB PCGA-DSD5 2.27 lbs. (1,030 g) Connectors SERIAL Connector: RS-232C, D-SUB 9 pin (1) Supplied accessories PRINTER Connector: ECP, D-SUB 25 pin (1) Operating instructions (1) MONITOR Connector: analog RGB, mini D-SUB 15 pin (1) Warranty card (1) USB Connector: USB 4 pin (2) i.LINK (IEEE 1394) Connector S400 4pin(1) S400=400Mbps * There is a NETWORK Connector for the correspondence to 10BASE-T, NETWORK Connector: RJ-45 (1)* 100BASE-TX. Docking Connector: Dedicated connector 100pin(1) Power source AC adapter or battery pack (only when it is attached to the Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. notebook computer) Operating temperature 41 °F to 95 °F (5 °C to 35 °C) (temperature gradient less than 18 °F (10 °C)/hour)

CD-RW/DVD Docking Station DVD Docking Station

9-872-201-11, Information in this document is subject to change without notice. Caution Markings for Lithium/Ion Battery - The following or similar texts shall be provided on battery pack of equipment or in both the operating and the service instructions. Sony and VAIO are trademarks of Sony. Microsoft, MS-DOS, Windows, the Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 2000 and CAUTION: Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Windows ME logo are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Discard used batteries according to the All other trademarks are trademarks or registered trademarks of manufacturer’s instructions. their respective owners. Other trademarks and trade names may be used in this document to refer to the entitles claiming the marks and CAUTION: The battery pack used in this device may present a fire names or their produces. Sony Corporation disclaims any proprietary or chemical burn hazard if mistreated. Do not disassemble, heat interest in trademarks and trade names other than its own. above 100°C (212°F) or incinerate. Dispose of used battery promptly. Keep away from children. CAUTION: Changing the back up battery. • Overcharging, short circuiting, reverse charging, multilation or incineration of the cells must bi avoided to prevent one or more of the following occurrences; release of toxic materials, release of hydrogen and/or oxygen gas, rise in surface temperature. • If a cell has leaked or vented, it should be replaced immediately while avoiding to touch it without any protection.

Service and Inspection Precautions

1. Obey precautionary markings and instructions After servicing, inspect to make sure that all screws, components, and wiring have been returned to their original condition. Also check the area around Labels and stamps on the cabinet, chassis, and components identify areas the repair location to ensure that repair work has caused no damage, and requiring special precautions. Be sure to observe these precautions, as confirm safety. well as all precautions listed in the operating manual and other associated documents. 5. When replacing chip components... 2. Use designated parts only Never reuse components. Also remember that the negative side of tantalum capacitors is easily damaged by heat. The set’s components possess important safety characteristics, such as noncombustibility and the ability to tolerate large voltages. Be sure that 6. When handling flexible print boards... replacement parts possess the same safety characteristics as the originals. Also remember that the 0 mark, which appears in circuit diagrams and • The temperature of the soldering-iron tip should be about 270C. parts lists, denotes components that have particularly important safety • Do not apply the tip more than three times to the same pattern. functions; be extra sure to use only the designated components. • Handle patterns with care; never apply force. 3. Always follow the original design when mounting parts and routing wires Caution: Remember that hard disk drives are easily damaged by The original layout includes various safety features, such as inclusion of vibration. Always handle with care. insulating materials (tubes and tape) and the mounting of parts above the printer board. In addition, internal wiring has been routed and clamped so as to keep it away from hot or high-voltage parts. When mounting parts or routing wires, therefore, be sure to duplicate the original layout. 4. Inspect after completing service PCGA-DSD5/DSM5 (UC) – 2 –, TABLE OF CONTENTS Section Title Page CHAPTER 1. GENERAL 1-1. Locating Controls and Connectors ... 1-1 1-2. Attention of i.LINK ... 1-2 (to 1-2) CHAPTER 2. REMOVAL 2-1. Flowchart ... 2-1 2-2. Main Electrical Parts Location Diagram ... 2-1 2-3. Removal ... 2-2 1. Housing (Top) Assy ... 2-2 2. COMBO Drive, DVD-ROM ... 2-2 3. FDD ... 2-3 4. IRX-146 Board ... 2-3 5. CNX-130 Board ... 2-4 6. SWX-75 Board ... 2-4 7. CNX-132 Board ... 2-5 (to 2-5) CHAPTER 3. SELF DIAGNOSTICS ... 3-1 Please confirm “Self Diagnostics” method which will be informed you with distribution of “Self Diagnostics” software. CHAPTER 4. BLOCK DIAGRAM ... 4-1 (to 4-2) CHAPTER 5. FRAME HARNESS DIAGRAM ... 5-1 (to 5-2) CHAPTER 6. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST 6-1. Main Section ... 6-1 6-2. Accessories ... 6-4 (to 6-4) • Abbreviations UC : US model / Canadian model – 3 – PCGA-DSD5/DSM5 (UC),

CHAPTER 1. GENERAL

1-1. Locating Controls and Connectors 1-1 PCGA-DSD5/DSM5 (UC) Locating Controls and Connectors Docking Station Top/Right Side Docking Station Left Side/Rear Docking station top Docking station left side Docking station right side Docking station rear 1 Docking connector 1 Release lever (page 67) 6 (network) connector 2 PCGA-DSM5 2 Ventilator (page 6) CD-RW/DVD-ROM combo drive 3 Floppy disk drive 7 USB connector PCGA-DSD5 DVD-ROM drive 4 i.LINK network switch 8 S400 i.LINK connector (page 91) 9 a MONITOR connector 3 UNDOCK switch (page 66) 5! (DC IN) connector 0 PRINTER connector 4 DC IN lamp (page 65) (page 65) qa SERIAL connector 5 Release lever (page 67) 61 62, 1-2. Attention of i.LINK The i.LINK compatible unit connected to this set is not recognized. Or, the message such as “Operation is disabled, as DV unit is not con- nected or the power is not turned on” is displayed. t Disconnect the i.LINK cable once, and reconnect it. For further informa- tion, see “Connecting i.LINK unit” of “Data transfer to i.LINK unit” in the “Extend” of the Online Manual for this set. The unit connected to the i.LINK connector on the docking station does not operate normally. t Use the i.LINK connector on this set. The operation of i.LINK compatible unit connected to this set stopped. t Finish the operation of the i.LINK compatible unit first, when removing the docking station during the connection of i.LINK compatible unit. The message “Recording to DV unit failed. Retry after checking the DV unit for power supply and connection state” is displayed during the recording on the tape using the “DVgate” software. t Check if the power and connection cables are connected correctly to the DV unit. Continuous recording may cause a recording failure even if the unit is connected correctly. In such a case, restart this set after exit- ing all of the software. To use the set in more comfortable environment, it is recommended to extend the memory. For further information, see “Extending the memory” (page 109). The frames drop during the use of “DVgate” software. t The frames may drop depending on the operating condition. In such a case, extend the memory. For further information, see “Extending the memory” (page 109). PCGA-DSD5/DSM5 (UC) 1-2 (END),

CHAPTER 2. REMOVAL

2-1. Flowchart POWER HOUSING COMBO DRIVE, OFF (TOP) ASSY DVD-ROM P 2-2 P 2-2

FDD

P 2-3 IFX-146

BOARD

P 2-3 CNX-130

BOARD

P 2-4 SWX-75

BOARD

P 2-4 CNX-132

BOARD

P 2-5 • P XX means pages that appears in this manual. 2-2. Main Electrical Parts Location Diagram CNX-130 Board IFX-146 Board CNX-132 Board

FDD

SWX-75 Board COMBO Drive (PCGA-DSM5) DVD-ROM (PCGA-DSD5) 2-1 PCGA-DSD5/DSM5 (UC), 2-3. Removal 1. Housing (Top) Assy 1 P2.6X8 Housing (Top) Assy 1 P2.6X8 1 P2.6X8 2. COMBO Drive, DVD-ROM 2 FPC (50 Pin) COMBO Drive (PCGA-DSM5) DVD-ROM (PCGA-DSD5) 1 M2X3 * Can remove the drive by taking off three screws. PCGA-DSD5/DSM5 (UC) 2-2, 3. FDD 3 Bezel (FDD) Assy

FDD

1 FFC (26 Pin For FDD) 4. IRX-146 Board 2 FFC (26 Pin For FDD) 3 FPC (i LINK Connector) IFX-146 Board 4 FFC (54 Pin With Shield) 8 Harness (Power 3P) 9 RJ-45 Harness (For Internal) 5 FFC (6 Pin) 6 Claw 1 FPC (50 Pin) 2-3 PCGA-DSD5/DSM5 (UC), 5. CNX-130 Board CNX-130 Board 1 FPC (i LINK Connector) 2 FFC (54 Pin With Shield) 6. SWX-75 Board 1 FFC (6 Pin) SWX-75 Board 3 Knob (UD) PCGA-DSD5/DSM5 (UC) 2-4, 7. CNX-132 Board 1 Harness (Power 3P) CNX-132 Board 2-5 PCGA-DSD5/DSM5 (UC) (END),

CHAPTER 3. SELF DIAGNOSTICS

< ATTENTION > Please confirm “Self Diagnostics” method which will be informed you with distribution of “Self Diagnostics” software. 3-1 PCGA-DSD5/DSM5 (UC) (END),

CHAPTER 4. BLOCK DIAGRAM

– OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM – BATT+ Docking +VDC_IN Connector D_+VDC_IN PC_SENSE* DC IN +VPWRSRC DOCK_+VPWRSRC DC/DC +VCC5 Conv. Reg. +VCC3 D_PWRSRC_ON* DOCKED* D_INUSE D_INUSE D_PWRGD RESETIC PHY-LINK i.LINK ATAPI Optical Disc UNDOCK_SW* Bridge Chip Drive H8 INUSE_LED i.LINKUNDOCK SW PHY Chip Docking i.LINK I/F i.LINK I/F i.LINK-4 Station Indicator D_SUSPEND RSRV_ID BUS SW i.LINK FD I/F FD I/F Floppy Disk Network SWDrive

FDDBUS

ICH MPBID1 Hi-Side USB_EN Switch SUS_ON* USB_PWR_ON USB I/F USB Atypex2Serial I/F DSUB-9 Parallel I/F DSUB-25 VGA DSUB-15 Ethernet RJ-45 PCG-R505 Side Docking Station Side Confidential 4-1 4-2 PCGA-DSD5/DSM5 (UC) (END), RJ-45 HARNESS (FOR INTERNAL)

CHAPTER 5. FRAME HARNESS DIAGRAM FROM board connector (direct connection)

Harness (connector at both end) Harness (soldered at one end) CN500 CN507 CN506 CN504 CN505 CN503 CN601iLINK USB USB NETWORK SERIAL PRINTER MONITOR DC INS4004141

Rear CNX-130 BOARD CNX-132 SIDE A BOARD SIDE A

S500

Side L UNDOCK SW

FPC (iLINK CONNECTOR) 2 10 CN501 CN60019154 1 CN502 FFC (54PIN, WITH SHIELD) HARNESS (POWER 3P) CN101 CN302 10 1 54 1 CN20113Side RCN30481CN301 FFC16(6PIN) 1 CN303 CN40016DC IN

FFC

(26PIN FOR FDD) IFX-146 BOARD 1 99 SWX-75

FDD 1 SIDE A CN300 BOARD26 2 100 SIDE B

S400 i. LINK NETWORK SW 1 50 NOTEBOOK COMPUTER (PCG-R600 SERIES)

PCGA-DSM5: COMBO DRIVE PCGA-DSD5:

FPC (50PIN) DVD-ROM

Confidential

5-1 5-2 PCGA-DSD5/DSM5 (UC) (END),

CHAPTER 6. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST Ref.No. Part No. Description

* 1 4-652-975-01 BRACKET (FDD (R))

NOTE: 2 1-772-978-31 FDD* 3 4-652-974-01 BRACKET (FDD (L))

• The mechanical parts with no reference number in the The components identified by mark 0 or 4 1-815-683-11 FFC (26 PIN FOR FDD) exploded views are not supplied. dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. 5 X-4623-581-1 BEZEL (FDD) ASSY • Items marked “ * ” are not stocked since they are seldom Replace only with part number specified. required for routine service. Some delay should be Les composants identifiés par une marque * 6 4-652-969-01 PLATE (TOP), SHIELD anticipated when ordering these items. 0 sont critiques pour la sécurité. 7 X-4623-594-1 BRACKET (HOOK) ASSY • When the same reference numbers are written down in the Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant 8 X-4623-582-1 GROUND ASSY, MAIN le numéro spécifié. list, please use the one listed in the first place as the main 9 4-652-966-01 SHAFT (PUSH) (L) part. 10 X-4623-579-1 HOUSING (TOP) ASSY 11 4-654-139-01 SHAFT (PUSH) (R) 12 A-8066-662-A MOUNTED PWB IFX-146 6-1. Main Section 13 1-815-682-11 FFC (54 PIN, WITH SHIELD)14 1-823-006-11 FPC (iLINK CONNECTOR) B8 * 15 4-652-971-01 BRACKET (IO) 47 16 A-8066-658-A MOUNTED PWB CNX-130 14 * 17 4-652-970-01 PLATE (BOTTOM), SHIELD9 48 18 X-4623-679-1 DOOR (JACK) ASSY 13 19 1-961-147-21 HARNESS (POWER 3P) B 12 B5 20 A-8066-660-A MOUNTED PWB CNX-132 10DE21 1-961-140-21 HARNESS, RJ-45 (FOR INTERNAL) F 22 4-652-982-01 SPRING (SLIDER), COIL B3 C 23 4-652-968-01 SLIDER (R) G 24 4-652-965-01 HOOK (R) 25 4-652-981-01 SPRING (HOOK), COMPRESSION COIL 49 15 26 4-652-993-01 SHAFT

D

H 27 4-652-980-01 SPRING (R), TORSION B3 28 4-652-963-01 LEVER (R) 50 29 1-815-681-11 FFC (6 PIN) 11 30 A-8066-659-A MOUNTED PWB SWX-75

E

B3 38 31 4-652-961-01 KNOB (UD) 8 A 32 X-4623-680-1 HOUSING (BOTTOM) ASSY7C39 33 4-641-449-11 FOOT (F) 8 34 4-653-453-01 COVER, FFC35 X-4623-580-1 (DSD5)...BEZEL (T (DVD)) ASSY B2 46 17 B4 35 X-4623-617-1 (DSM5)...BEZEL (P (DVD)) ASSY B2 36 1-796-018-11 (DSD5)...DVD-ROM (X8 SD-C2502) 36 1-796-072-12 (DSM5)...COMBO DRIVE (UJDA710) * 37 4-652-972-01 BRACKET (CD-R (L)) 38 1-823-007-11 FPC (50 PIN) * 39 4-652-973-01 BRACKET (CD-R (R)) 40 4-652-967-01 SLIDER (L) B2 26 22 44 18 41 4-652-962-01 LEVER (L) 7 B4 43 19 42 4-652-979-01 SPRING (L), TORSION42 25 * 43 4-653-152-01 BRACKET 6 37 41 F 36 35 44 4-652-964-01 HOOK (L) 45 PCGA-DSD5 45 4-655-037-01 SPACER, RIBB2 22 20 21 46 4-655-034-01 SPACER, BOSS5G47 4-652-978-01 PLATE (CONNECTOR), GROUND B 39 24 25 48 4-652-995-01 SHEET (GROUND PLATE I/O) 4 49 4-652-994-01 INSULATING SHEET (BRACKET I/O)23 * 50 4-652-976-01 BRACKET (CONNECTOR) B4 26 B1 4-646-807-11 0 PLATE M2.5 (FDD) (2.5X2.7) B1 B7 B2 4-648-320-01 TAPPING (M2) (3X4) 27 B3 7-685-134-19 SCREW +P2.6X8 TYPE2 NON-SLIT 3 33 28 B4 4-644-492-91 ACE (M2), LOCK (2X3) A * B5 4-635-966-01 SCREW (HEX) 29 30 B6 4-644-492-41 ACE (M2), LOCK (2X3) H B7 4-645-177-01 SCREW (M1.7X3.5) B8 4-644-492-81 ACE (M2), LOCK B1 B4 2 B7 1 37 B3 31 PCGA-DSM5 36 B635

Confidential

6-1 6-2 PCGA-DSD5/DSM5 (UC),

MEMO 6-2. Accessories

Ref.No. Part No. Description

ACCESSORIES

*********** 4-653-715-11 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION

Confidential

PCGA-DSD5/DSM5 (UC) 6-3 6-4 (END),

PCGA-DSD5/DSM5 (UC)

This manual and the constituent data may not be replicated, copied nor reprinted in whole or in part without prior written authorization of Sony Corporation.

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© 2001 Sony Corporation 9-872-201-11 – 28 – Published by MNC IT Planning & Control Dept. [SODP]

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