Modular Bay Devices Diskette Drive Cdrom Drive Battery or Travel Module

Modular Bay Device Removal Figure 4-25. Modular Bay Device Removal NOTE You do not need to remove the main battery or hard-disk drive prior to this procedure. CAUTION Make sure the work surface is clean to prevent scratching the computer cover. 1. Close the display and turn the computer over 2. Remove the device from the modular bay. Push the modular bay latch away from the center of the computer. Keep holding the latch open while pulling the device out of the modular bay with the...

POST Error Codes

If the computer's display cannot display error messages during the POST, the numbers lock (Num Lock), the capitals lock (Caps Lock), and the Scroll Lock indicators display codes that identify the problem or help you identify a faulty component or assembly. The following table lists the error codes that may be generated during POST. Most error codes indicate a fatal error that requires replacement of the system board or other corrective actions before the computer can operate. NOTE To display an...

Palmrest Assembly

The palmrest assembly consists of the touch pad and the palmrest. Figure 4-12. Palmrest Assembly Removal Figure 4-12. Palmrest Assembly Removal 2. Disconnect the touch-pad cable from ZIF connector JP2 on the system board. 3. Remove the back cover assembly. 4. Remove the following screws securing the palmrest to the computer One 5-mm screw inside the computer, adjacent to the thermal cooling assembly Two 5-mm screws inside the upper edge of the hard-disk drive bay (you must remove the hard-disk...

System Error Messages

The following table lists (in alphabetical order) system error messages that may appear on the display during the boot routine or during normal computer operation. Integrated touch pad or external PS 2 mouse failed. Integrated touch pad or external PS 2 mouse faulty. Command entered does not exist or is not in pathname specified. Microprocessor's internal cache memory failed. Diskette or hard-disk drive cannot read the data. Faulty diskette tape drive subsystem or hard-disk drive subsystem....

Field Replaceable Parts and Assemblies

Table 4-1 lists the parts and assemblies available for the computer. Some parts may only be available as part of a service kit or assembly, and are provided for reference only. The subsections that follow Table 4-1 provide instructions for removing and replacing these parts and assemblies. Customer kit, AC adapter CUS,ADPT,AC,EXT,20V,70W, Power cable, Australia C0RD,PWR,110V,6F, Service kit, audio board SVC,PWA,AUDIO,CP Service kit, back cover SVC,SUBASSY, assembly BK CVR D00R,I 0,CP Back cover...

Technical Specifications

Technical Specifications Latitude CPi D300XT Latitude CPi D266XT Latitude CPi D233ST Mobile Intel Pentium II microprocessor Latitude CP M233XT Latitude CP M233ST Latitude CP M233SD Latitude CP M166ST Intel Pentium microprocessor with MMX Internal cache memory 32 KB tude CPi D300XT tude CPi D266XT tude CPi D233ST tude CP M233XT tude CP M233ST tude CP M233SD 512 KB pipelined-burst SRAM Latitude CP M166ST 256 KB pipelined-burst SRAM Latitude CPi D300XT Latitude CPi D266XT Latitude CPi...