Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product 8000 SERIES Fujitsu
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DESKPOWER 8000 Series User’s Manual Fujitsu endeavours to ensure that the information in this document is correct, but accepts no liability for any error or omission in the same. Any procedures described in this document for operating Fujitsu products should be read and understood by the operator before such products are used.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 1. Read these instructions carefully. Save these instructions for future reference. 2. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product. 3. Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
13. Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions: a. When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed. b. If liquid has been spilled into the product. c. If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
■ Greetings We thank you for purchasing the Fujitsu DESKPOWER 8000 personal computer. This manual explains how to use the hardware of the DESKPOWER 8000. Please read this manual carefully to ensure correct use of the PC. This unit may malfunction if the power source is interrupted suddenly, for example, due to lightning.
■ Conventions used in this manual ● Warning icons Various icons and icon/word combinations are used in this manual to encourage users to use the equipment so as to minimize personal risk and prevent property damage. The icons are explained as follows.
A blank (shown with [ ↑ ]) between characters indicates that the [Space] key (long bar on the front of the keyboard) is to be pressed once. Command names are represented in lowercase but may be entered using uppercase letters. ● Conventions used in the text of the manual The symbols used in the text of the manual have meanings as explained below: Point indicates information necessary to run hardware or software.
■ Warning and caution labels The PC bears warning and caution labels as shown below. The warning and caution labels must not be removed or damaged. WARNING ● 115 of voltage switch in the power supply corresponds to 100-120V. ● 230 of voltage switch in the power supply corresponds to 200-240V.
Chapter 1 Introduction This chapter provides basic information on the PC, such as the names and functions of individual parts, and also explains the basic operation of the PC, such as turning the power on or off. Chapter 2 Hardware This chapter provides basic information on how to handle the components installed (or can be installed) on the PC.
Contents Chapter 1 Intr oduction ....................................................................... 1 1 P art Names and Functions .............................................................. 2 F ront of the PC unit ......................
3 Increasing the Memory Capacity ................................................... 38 Location of memory modules ......................................................................... 39 Applicable memory modules ...........................
1 Chapter 1 Introduction This chapter provides basic information on the PC, such as the names and functions of individual parts, and also explains the basic operation of the PC, such as turning the power on or off.
2 1 Part Names and Functions This section explains the names and functions of the parts of the PC unit and the motherboard. ■ Front of the PC unit 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 1 2 3 4 5 14 15 02-DP8 (01-.
3 1 Busy lamp This lamp lights up while data is read from a CD-ROM or music CD is played. 2 Headphone volume (only for music CDs) Use this control to adjust the volume of headphones. 3 Headphone jack (only for music CDs) When listening to a music CD with a headphone, plug it to this jack.
4 ■ Back of the PC unit 14 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 02-DP8 (01-07) 3/2/01, 2:31 PM 4 .
5 1 Inlet Connect the power cable. 2 Outlet Connect the power cable of the display to this outlet. 3 Mouse connector ( : MOUSE) Connect a mouse. 4 Keyboard connector ( : KEYBOARD) Connect the keyboard. 5 Parallel connector (PRINTER) Connect a printer cable to this connector.
6 ■ Inside the PC unit 1 Power supply unit 2 Internal hard disk bay Install an IDE-compliant internal hard disk. You can replace the standard internal hard disk by a large-capacity one. 3 Display card 4 Expansion card slots Insert optional expansion cards to these slots.
7 ■ Motherboard 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1 CPU 2 Memory power LED Lights up when memory power is on. 3 Memory slots Memory modules are inserted into these slots. These slots are marked RIMM1-RIMM4 in this order from the left in the figure above.
8 2 Keyboard This section explains the functions of the keys on the keyboard. Point • The functions assigned to the keys vary depending on an OS or program running on your PC. For details, refer to the manual for the OS or program.
9 8 Caps Lock/Alphanumeric key Use the Caps Lock/Alphanumeric key to type alphabetical characters. Press [Caps Lock] to switch between uppercase and lowercase. 9 Ctrl (control) key Use the Ctrl key in combination with another key. Its function varies with each application.
10 Point • Clean the mouse regularly. ■ Using the mouse ● Moving the mouse Lightly hold the mouse and place your index and middle fingers on the left and right buttons on the mouse. Slide and move the mouse over a plane surface, such as a desktop.
11 Double-clicking Double-clicking is a series of action of pressing and releasing the left mouse button twice. Pointing Pointing is an action of moving the mouse pointer to an object or item such as a menu. If the pointed menu item has subordinate items ( is displayed at the right end), the items are displayed.
12 4 Installation This section explains how to install your PC and also provides note on using the PC. ■ Installation area Do not install your PC in the following areas. • Areas that are humid, dusty, or subjected to oil mist. • Poorly ventilated areas • Areas where fire is used • Bathrooms and other areas where water may splash • Areas exposed to direct sunlight or near a heater and other areas with high temperatures • Areas with temperatures below 10 ° C • Areas where you may trip on a cable.
13 Connect the display, keyboard, and power cables to your PC unit. CAUTION ● Before turning on the power, ground devices whenever necessary. Otherwise, an electric shock may occur. Do not connect a grounding wire to gas piping. Otherwise, a fire may occur.
14 ■ Connecting the display, keyboard, mouse, and LAN cables Point • This section explains how to connect your display and PC unit so that the display is powered by the PC unit. In this case, the power cable attached to the display is not used.
15 4 Connect the mouse. With the mark on the connector of the mouse cable facing right, plug the mouse connector to the back of the PC unit as indicated by the mouse label color on the back. 5 Connect the display cable to the PC unit. Connect the display cable connector to the display connector on the back of the PC unit and tighten the cable connector screws.
16 ■ Connecting the power cable After connecting the display and other peripheral devices, connect the power cable of the PC unit. Note the following: • Do not connect or disconnect the plug with wet hands. • Do not damage or modify the power cable.
17 1 Connect the power cable plug to the inlet on the back of the PC unit. 2 Connect the power cable plug to an outlet. Connect the plug on the other end of the power cable to an outlet. When connecting the power cable to a two-pin outlet, attach the adapter plug supplied with the power cable to the cable plug and then connect to the outlet.
18 6 Turning On the Power This section explains how to turn on the power. ■ Notes on power-on • If nothing is displayed on the screen, check if the display cable is properly connected. • In the case that the screen is not displayed in the center, adjust it using the display.
19 2 Press the power switch on the PC. The power lamps on the display and PC light up. After the PC is turned on, the “ FUJITSU ” logo appears, during which power-on self-test is being performed, then the system starts up.
20 7 Turning Off the Power This section explains how to turn off the power. ■ Notes on power-off • Before turning off the power, terminate all work and save data. • Before turning off the power, confirm that the floppy disk and the hard disk access lamps are off.
21 After software installation or when software hangs, the PC must be reset (restarted). This section explains how to reset (restart) the PC. Point • Resetting (restarting) the PC clears data in the memory. Save data before resetting (restarting) the PC.
22 ● For Windows 2000 1 Click the [Start] button, then click [Shut down]. The [Shut Down Windows] dialog box appears. 2 Click the [Restart] button, then click [OK]. The PC is reset (restarted). Point • The PC can also be reset (restarted) in the following procedure.
23 9 CDs This section explains how to handle, insert, and remove CDs. ■ Notes on handling To prevent faults, note the following when handling CDs. ● Notes on handling CDs • Do not use a ball-point pen or pencil on the label (printed side). Do not affix a label.
24 ■ Inserting or Removing CD ● Inserting a CD 1 Press the eject button. This ejects the tray to mount a CD. 2 With the label side of the CD facing upward, put the CD in the center of the tray. 3 Press the eject button. The tray enters the unit to load the CD.
25 Floppy disks are used to store data and programs. This section explains how to handle, insert, and remove floppy disks. ■ Notes on handling To prevent faults, note the following when handling floppy disks. • Keep them dry. • Do not open the shutter to touch the disk inside.
26 ● Removing the floppy disk 1 Confirm that the floppy disk access lamp is off. Point • Do not press the floppy disk eject button while the floppy disk access lamp is on. The data on the floppy disk may be damaged. 2 Press the floppy disk eject button.
27 2 Chapter 2 Hardware This chapter provides basic information on how to handle the components installed (or can be installed) on the PC. 05-DP8 (27-33) 3/2/01, 2:31 PM 27 .
28 This section gives an outline of peripheral devices. ■ What are peripheral devices? This PC can accommodate various peripheral devices to expand its functions. Some peripheral devices may not be used on your PC. CAUTION ● Use only peripheral devices recommended by Fujitsu.
29 ■ Notes on handling When installing a peripheral device, note the following. • Whenever possible, use peripheral devices supplied by Fujitsu. Malfunction or damage caused by the use of a third-party product instead of the Fujitsu device shall not be covered by the warranty.
30 ■ Location for installation 1 Memory slots Memory modules are inserted into these slots. Increasing the memory capacity increases the amount of data that the system can read at one access,thereby improving the processing capability of the PC.
31 ■ File bay options This section explains how to install file bay options, such as internal hard disks, magneto-optical disk drives, and floppy disk drives. Unlike external devices, file bay options receive power from the PC unit, and therefore require no outlet.
32 ● Notes on installation • If you want to install file bay options to your PC, set up Windows and then turn off the PC before doing so. • An internal hard disk can be set to Ultra DMA/100. With the DMA initialization, channel 0 is enabled and channel 1 is disabled for a Windows NT model, while the standard hard disk is set to Ultra DMA mode and the CD-ROM drive is set to PIO mode for a Windows Me/98/2000 model.
33 *1: CD-ROM drive pre-installed. When a magneto-optical disk is selected as a custom-made option, however, a magneto-optical disk drive is installed. *2: CD-ROM drive preinstalled when a magneto-optical disk is selected as a custom-made option. *3: The internal hard disk bay accepts a hard disk only.
34 2 Removing the Cover ■ Removing the side and upper covers, and front panel When mounting an internal option, remove the side cover so that the inside can be seen. When mounting a front access bay option, remove the upper cover and front panel as well.
35 1 2 Bracket 3 Remove the side cover. Slide the PC cover toward the back (arrow in the illustration-1). Raise the cover to remove it (arrow in the illustration-2).
36 5 Remove three left-hand three screws from the back of the PC unit. 6 Remove the upper cover. Slide the PC cover toward the back (arrow in the illustration-1).
37 7 Remove two screws from the upper area of the front panel. 8 Remove the front panel. Tilt the front panel toward you before pulling it up. Point • Remove the upper cover and front panel as necessary. • Reinstall them in the reverse order.
38 This section explains how to remove or install memory modules. Increasing the memory capacity increases the amount of data that the system can read at one access, thereby improving the processing capability of the PC. Point • If you want to install a memory module soon after you purchase the PC, set up Windows, turn off the PC, and then install the memory module.
39 ■ Applicable memory modules To expand the memory, always use Fujitsu-supplied ECC RDRAM RIMM memory modules. ● Memory module combinations Up to 1,024 megabytes of memory can be installed on the PC. In the standard configuration, slots RIMM1 and RIMM3 (Bank 1) have RAM modules and slots RIMM2 and RIMM4 (Bank 2) hold continuity modules (C-RIMMs).
40 Important • When you do not install an additional memory module in BANK2, insert the continuity module into it. When BANK2 has no module installed, the PC does not operate properly. • The continuity module is not used on computers equipped with an additional memory module in BANK2 as a custom-made option.
41 ● Installing memory modules 1 Disconnect the power plug from the outlet. 2 Remove the side cover. Confirm that the memory power LED is off. If the memory power LED is on, disconnect the power cable from your PC before preceeding. 3 Remove the bracke.
42 6 Insert a memory module into the slot. Insert the memory module upright into the slot so that the notches in both memory module and slot line up. When the memory module is inserted correctly, it is locked by the hooks on both sides of the slot.
43 4 Installing Expansion Cards This section explains how to install expansion cards. Expansion cards are used to enhance the PC functions. Point • If you want to install an expansion card soon after you purchase the PC, set up Windows, turn off the PC, and then install the card.
44 ■ Applicable expansion cards The PC is provided with slots for AGP and PCI cards. The standard display card is preinstalled in the AGP slot. Install a PCI card in one of the PCI slots 1 to 5. ■ Installing an expansion card 1 Disconnect the power plug from the outlet.
45 4 Insert the expansion card into the connector. Completely insert the expansion card into the connector. 5 Fix it with the screw. Fix the expansion card with the one screw removed in Step 3.
46 6 Reinstall the bracket. Tilt the bracket to seat it in place from the bottom. Secure the bracket with the one screw removed in Step 3. 7 Reinstall the side cover. Point • To remove an expansion card. reverse the above procedure.
47 5 Installing an Internal Hard Disk This section explains how to replace the standard internal hard disk with one having more capacity or install a second internal hard disk. ■ Notes on handling the hard disk To prevent faults, note the following when handling the hard disk.
48 2 If brackets are attached to both sides of the internal hard disk to be replaced (installed), remove the brackets. Remove the four screws to remove the brackets. 3 Disconnect the power plug from the outlet. 4 Remove the side cover. 5 Remove the mounting bracket from the PC unit.
49 8 Connect flat cables. The connector of the primary IDE cable, which is marked “ To the motherboard ” in the figure below, is connected to the primary IDE connector in the PC unit. On standard models, to install the first disk, connect the master connector of the primary IDE cable to the connector of the internal hard disk.
50 10 Install the side cover. 11 Set the installed hard disks using BIOS Setup. Set the type of the installed internal hard disk using [Main]-[IDE Drive 1] of BIOS Setup for that installed first or [IDE Drive 2] for the second (set to [Auto] by default).
51 6 Installing Other Devices ■ Installing front access bay options Install a front access bay option such as internal hard disk and CD-ROM drive as follows: Point • A SCSI card must be installed before installing an internal SCSI option.
52 Point • When installing a magneto-optical disk drive, fix the attached front access bay panel to the front panel using the screws. 4 Remove the blank panel from the PC unit. Remove two screws to remove the panel. 5 Install a front access bay option on the PC unit.
53 6 Connect flat cables. • When connecting an IDE-compliant internal option The connector of the secondary IDE cable, which is marked “ To the motherboard ” in the figure below, is connected to the secondary IDE connector in the PC unit. Connect components as follows to the master and slave connectors: < Secondary IDE cable (40 pins)> SLAVE MASTER Pin 1 Red line Connect the option here to configure it as a slave.
54 • When connecting a SCSI-compliant internal option Connect the connector on the one side of a SCSI card flat cable to the connector of an internal SCSI option. Connect the connector on the other side to the connector of the SCSI card installed on the expansion slot.
55 9 Set the installed hard disks using BIOS Setup. After installing IDE-compliant internal options, set the types using [Main]-[IDE Drive 3] and [IDE Drive 4] of BIOS Setup (set to [Auto] by default). Point • To remove options, reverse the installation procedure.
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3 Chapter 3 Troubleshooting This chapter explains how to respon to a problem occurring in the PC. read wherever applicable. 09-DP8 (57-60) 3/2/01, 2:33 PM 57 .
58 This section identifies problems relating to each function. Read whatever applicable. ● The access lamp stays off. The PC may be faulty. Contact your nearest Fujitsu Service Center or the shop where you purchased the PC. ● Nothing appears on the display.
59 ● Data cannot be read from the CD-ROM drive. Check the following: • Is the CD placed correctly in the center of the tray? If not, reset it with its label side facing upward. • Is the CD placed upside down? If so, reset it with its label side facing upward.
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4 Chapter 4 Technical Information This chapter explains the specifications and other information relating to this PC. 10-DP8 (61-66) 3/2/01, 2:33 PM 61 .
62 Maintenance of the PC unit CAUTION ● Before starting maintenance, turn the PC unit and the connected devices off and disconnect the power plugs. Otherwise, an electric shock may occur. • Clean your PC using a soft, dry cloth. If dirt still remains, use a cloth slightly wet with neutral detergent.
63 ■ Maintenance of the mouse Clean the surface using a soft, dry cloth. If the mouse ball does not roll smoothly, remove and clean the ball as follows: 1 Remove the mouse bottom cover. Turn the cover on the bottom of the mouse in the direction of the arrow to remove.
64 ■ Cleaning of the floppy disk drive The floppy disk drive head (the component to read and write data) becomes dirty after used for extended periods. A dirty head prevents proper reading from or writing to a floppy disk. Use a separately-sold, cleaning to clean the drive head once every three months.
65 This PC conforms to the VCCI standard for preventing television or radio interference. It may cause interference on a radio or television, however, if such equipment is located near the PC. Even if such interference occurs, the PC should not be considered faulty.
66 3 Security of the Case To protect the equipment inside the PC (ex. hard disk and CPU) from burglaries, the cover of the PC can be locked. 1 Remove the side cover. 2 Install the security key mounting bracket. (Optional) 3 Reinstall the side cover.
67 4 Hardware Specifications ■ Specifications of PC unit Product name CPU Cache memory BIOS ROM Main memory Floppy disk Hard disk *1 CD-ROM Graphics Sound Network I/F Display USB Keyboard Mouse Serial port Parallel port Sound LAN Hardware monitor Number of expansion slots DESKPOWER 8000 Pentium ® 4 Processor-1.
68 Product name Number of storage bays Power supply and frequency Power consumption Weight Outside dimensions Operating environment DESKPOWER 8000 Front: Front access bay x 3 110/230 VAC, 50/60Hz Power consumption Normal operation: Approx. 44 watts 250 watts max.
69 LAN controller RAM for send/receive buffer External interface Transfer media Transfer method Access method Security feature Data transfer speeds Wiring shape Maximum segment length Maximum number of nodes per segment Intel 82550 3 KB each for sending and receiving ISO8802-3 100BASE-TX/10BASE-T Twisted pair cable *1 (100 Mbps: Category 5, 10 Mbps: Categories 3 to 5) Base band CSMA/CD MD-5, SHA-1, DES, and 3DES are hardware-supported 100 Mbps, 10 Mbps Star shape 100 m Depends on the hub unit *2 ■ LAN adapter specifications *1: To appropriately run the network at 100 Mbps, use a category 5 or higher unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cable.
70 ■ Connector specifications The pin assignments and signal names of each connector are as follows: ● CRT connector 51 15 10 6 11 Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 to 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Signal name RED GREEN BLUE ID2 GND VCC GND ID0 ID1 (SDA) HSYNC VSYNC SCL I/O Output Output Output I/O — — — I/O I/O Output Output I/O Description Red output Green output Blue output Not connected Ground Power Ground Not connected DDC data Output Horizontal synchronizing signal Output Vertical synchronizing signal DDC clock ● LAN connector (100BASE-TX/10BASE-T) Pin No.
71 ● Parallel connector Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 to 25 Signal name STORE DATA 0 DATA 1 DATA 2 DATA 3 DATA 4 DATA 5 DATA 6 DATA 7 ACK BUSY PE SELECT AUTOFD ERROR INIT SLCTIN GND I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O Input Input Input Input Output Input Output Output — Description Strobe Data 0 Data 1 Data 2 Data 3 Data 4 Data 5 Data 6 Data 7 Acknowledgment Busy No paper Input Select Automatic feed Error Initialize Select Ground ● Serial connector Pin No.
72 ● Mouse connector Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Signal name DATA NC GND VCC CLK NC I/O I/O — — — I/O — Description Data Not connected Ground Power Clock Not connected 6 4 2 5 3 1 ● Keyboard connector Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Signal name DATA NC GND VCC CLK NC I/O I/O — — — I/O — Description Data Not connected Ground Power Clock Not connected 6 4 2 5 3 1 ● USB connector Pin No.
73 ■ Disposal ● Disposal of LCD The fluorescent tube in the LCD contains mercury. When disposing of the PC, follow your local environmental rules and regulations. ● Disposal of battery Since batteries are used in the PC unit, an explosion may occur if it is thrown into a fire.
74 ■ USB hub (Windows 2000 models) Depending on the type of USB hub you are using, your PC may return to full-power operation immediately after shifting to standby mode (ACPI S3). To prevent this, from [System Properties] select [Device Manager], then open the properties for the device connected to the USB hub.
75 ■ Making a sound when starting and exiting Windows (for Windows NT models) When speakers are not connected to your PC, you hear a sound when starting and shutting down it, which should not be considered a trouble. In this case, adjust the volume as follows: 1 Right-click the speaker icon on the taskbar, then click [Open Volume Control].
Inde x A A CPI standby mode (Windows 2000 models) ........................ 75 A GP connector ............................................. 7 B Busy lamp .................................................... 3 C CD ...............................
M Maintenance .............................................. 62 CD ......................................................... 62 floppy disk driv e ..................................... 64 ke yboard ................................................ 62 mouse .
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