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Regulatory Information This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmfu..
FCC Part 68 This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules. The ringer equivalence number (REN) and the FCC registration number are printed on the modem board. If requested, this information must be supplied to the telephone company. The REN is used to determine the quantity of devices which may be connected to the phone line. Excessive REN's on the telephone line may result in the devices not ringing in response to an incoming call. In most, but not all areas, the sum of the REN's should not exceed five (5.0). To be certain of the number of devices that may be connected to the line,..
v Contents Notice to Users .................................................................................... ii Safety Information .............................................................................. ii Regulatory Information ..................................................................... iii FCC Part 68 ......................................................................................... iv Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 ................................. iv Chapter 1 — Identifying Components Front View ......................................................
VAIO Computer Reference Manual vi Installing an Add-In Card ............................................................ 22 Removing an Add-in Card ........................................................... 23 Replacing the Lithium Battery ..................................................... 25 Installing System Memory ........................................................... 28 Removing a Memory Module ..................................................... 30 Removing a Slot Cover .................................................................. 32 Covering an Open I/O Slot .............
vii POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP Screen .................................. 73 PNP AND PCI SETUP Screen ..................................................... 75 LOAD BIOS DEFAULTS Screen .................................................. 77 LOAD SETUP DEFAULTS Screen .............................................. 77 SUPERVISOR PASSWORD Screen ............................................. 77 USER PASSWORD Screen ............................................................ 77 IDE HDD AUTO DETECTION Screen ....................................... 77 SAVE & EXIT SETUP Screen .........................
1 Chapter 1 Identifying Components The following sections identify and describe each component that is visible from the exterior of the VAIO Computer. Internal components are identified in the appropriate section of this manual...
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 2 Front View SHA0001.VSD FD CD HD Flip-down panel..
Identifying Components 3 Drives Drive Description Diskette drive 3.5-inch, 1.44 Mbyte. CD-ROM drive CD-ROM disc read: 24X (maximum performance). * * Data on a CD-ROM disc is read at a variable transfer rate, ranging from 10.3X at the innermost track to 24X at the outermost track (the data transfer standard 1X rate is 150 kbytes/s). The average data transfer rate is 17X (2550 kbytes/s). SHA0002.VSD FD CD HD Floppy disk drive CD-ROM disc drive..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 4 Buttons and Switches Button or switch Description Power/Standby switch Turns system power on and off. Floppy disk eject button Ejects a diskette. CD-ROM disc eject button Automatically opens and closes the CD-ROM tray. Emergency eject hole Ejects a CD-ROM disc. SHA0003.VSD FD CD HD Power on/off Floppy disk eject CD-ROM disc eject Manual eject hole..
Identifying Components 5 Indicators Indicator Description Power/Standby indicator Standby (amber) indicates the computer is in standby mode. On (green) indicates the computer is out of standby mode, ready to use. Off (no color) indicates the computer is turned off. Diskette drive access indicator On (green) indicates diskette drive activity. CD-ROM drive access indicator On (orange) indicates CD-ROM disc activity. Hard disk drive access indicator On (orange) indicates hard disk drive activity. SHA0004.VSD FD CD HD Power on/off Diskette drive access indicator CD-ROM drive access indicator Ha..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 6 Connectors Connector Description MIC Connects to microphone. PHONES Connects to headphones. USB Connects to USB devices. VOLUME Controls volume. SHA0005.VSD F D C D H D MIC PHONES VOLUME USB..
Identifying Components 7 Slots Slot Description PC Card Slot Accommodates one Type II PCMCIA card Memory Stick ™ Media Slot Accommodates Memory Stick media SHA0006.VSD F D C D H D PC Card Slot Memory Stick Media Slot..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 8 Rear View Connector Description Power AC input power LINE Connects to phone cable from wall jack PHONE Connects to telephone PRINTER Connects to parallel device SERIAL Connects to serial device MONITOR Connects to VGA monitor USB Connects to USB devices LINE IN Connects to output connector on audio device LINE OUT Connects to input connector on audio device LCD Connects to VAIO Slimtop LCD * monitor * VAIO Slimtop LCD models only. KEYBOARD Connects to keyboard SHA0007.VSD PRINTER SERIAL MONIT OR USB LINE VIDEO OUT LCD KEYBO ARD OUT IN LIN E PHON E Power LINE..
Identifying Components 9 I/O Connectors The following section identifies the various I/O connectors. PRINTER Port The PRINTER port is a standard 25-pin DB-25 female connector assigned as LPT1. SERIAL Port The SERIAL port is a standard 9-pin DB-9 male connector assigned as COM1. MONITOR The MONITOR connector is a standard 15-pin female high-density VGA- type connector. KY0005.VSD 13 1 25 14 KY0057.VSD 5 1 9 6 SHA0009.VSD..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 10 USB Ports A USB port is located on the front and real panels. PHONE, MIC, LINE IN, and LINE OUT The PHONES, MIC, LINE IN, and LINE OUT jacks are physically identical, but have different connections. They are standard 3.5 mm stereo mini-jacks. The PHONES and MIC jacks are located on the front panel. The LINE IN and LINE OUT jacks are located on the rear panel. LCD (VAIO Slimtop LCD models only) The LCD connector is a 26-pin female MDR-type connector. Connector Description PHONES 1.0 Vrms output (typical) MIC Electrolet condenser microphone input LINE IN 1.0 ..
Identifying Components 11 KEYBOARD The KEYBOARD connector is a standard 6-pin PS/2 ® -type female connector. LINE and PHONE The LINE and PHONE jacks are physically identical and have identical connections. They are standard RJ-11 female phone jacks. However, the LINE jack is for connecting to a telephone line that comes from the wall jack, and the PHONE jack is for connecting the computer to a telephone. ✍ Accidentally plugging a phone line from the wall into the modem’s PHONE jack, and a telephone into the LINE jack, will not damage the modem card or telephone equipment. However, the ..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 12 Expansion Slot One PCI slot is available for expansion. The other PCI slot is occupied by the fax/modem card. SHA0008.VSD PRINTER SERIAL MONIT OR USB LINE VIDEO OUT LCD KEYBO ARD OUT IN LINE PHONE PCI Slot..
13 Chapter 2 Configuring Your System This chapter contains information on configuring your system. Configuring your system can consist of the following: ❑ Making changes to the CMOS settings ❑ Making changes to the display's power management settings ❑ Changing the system board jumper position..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 14 Accessing the CMOS Setup Utility You must access the CMOS Setup Utility to make changes to the CMOS settings (see “CMOS Setup Options” on page 65 for information on CMOS settings). 1 Reboot the system. The following message appears during the initial boot sequence: Press TAB to show POST screen, DEL to enter SETUP 2 Press DEL after the progress bar starts. 3 Use the arrow keys to select an item from the main menu. 4 Press Enter to display the options for the selected item. 5 Use the arrow keys to select an option. 6 Press Page Up or Page Down to modify ..
Configuring Your System 15 Changing the Display's Power Management Settings A display that has power management capability is designed to operate on reduced power or shut itself off after the system has been idle for a specified period of time. 1 From the Start menu, point to Settings, then click Control Panel. 2 Click the Display icon. 3 Click the Screen Saver tab. The Energy-Star dialog box opens. 4 Click Settings . The Power Management Properties dialog box opens, with the Power Schemes tab displayed. 5 Select the power scheme that is most appropriate for the way you use your computer. T..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 16 Turn off monitor, and Turn off hard disks. The System standby option allows you to specify the period of inactivity (in minutes) that you want to elapse before your computer goes on standby when your computer is running on AC power. Power is reactivated when you move the mouse or press a key. The Turn off monitor option allows you to specify the period of inactivity (in minutes) that you want to elapse before your monitor turns off when your computer is running on AC power. The display reactivates when you move the mouse or press a key. The Turn off hard di..
Configuring Your System 17 Configuring the System Board The system board contains the following configuration jumpers: ❑ Clear CMOS ❑ VGA Enable ❑ INTEN Clear CMOS Jumper The Clear CMOS jumper provides two modes of operation: Normal mode, and Clear CMOS mode. Normal mode allows normal access to the BIOS Setup Utility. The Central Processing Unit (CPU) input clock is forced to remain at 100 MHz (fast mode), and the Basic Input/Output System (BIOS) uses the User CMOS settings (as opposed to the System CMOS settings). The CMOS and NVRAM settings are only cleared if the checksum test retu..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 18 To change the VGA enable jumper, perform the following steps: 1 Remove the system cover (see “Removing the System Cover” on page 20). 2 Set the jumper to enable or disable (see “VGA Enable (VGAEN)” on page 60). 3 Reinstall the system cover (see “Replacing the System Cover” on page 21). INTEN Jumper You can enable or disable the onboard VGA interrupt if you install a VGA PCI add-in card. To change the INTEN jumper, perform the following steps: 1 Remove the system cover (see “Removing the System Cover” on page 20). 2 Set the jumper to enable o..
19 Chapter 3 Removing, Installing, and Replacing Components This chapter describes removing, installing, and replacing major components for upgrading, reconfiguring, and troubleshooting the components. ! Before opening the system unit, save any open files, exit Windows, turn off the power of the computer and all attached peripherals, and then unplug the power cord...
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 20 Removing the System Cover You must remove the system cover to access the system board, add-in cards, power supply, battery, and internal drives. 1 From the rear of the unit, push down on the two tabs that secure the system cover to the chassis. 2 Slide the system cover back. The panel slides back about ½ inch. 3 Lift straight up to remove it. ✍ This works best if the spacers are installed on the unit, or the unit sits on a rubber mat. KY0064B.VSD 3..
Removing, Installing, and Replacing Components 21 Replacing the System Cover 1 Position the system cover over the chassis such that the front portion of the system cover extends past the front of the unit. 2 Carefully lower the system cover down over the chassis. The rear of the system cover should be about ½ inch in from the rear of the unit. 3 Carefully slide the system cover back until the tabs snap into place. Check the front to make sure all drives and connectors are correctly aligned. KY0077.VSD 3 3..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 22 Installing an Add-In Card 1 Remove the system cover (see “Removing the System Cover” on page 20). 2 Remove the slot cover adjacent to the selected slot connector on the system board (see “Removing a Slot Cover” on page 32). 3 Insert the add-in card into the PCI slot connector. Use a gentle rocking motion, pressing down until the card is fully seated. 4 Attach any necessary cables to the card (see the instructions that came with the add-in card). 5 Replace the system cover (see “Replacing the System Cover” on page 21). 6 Turn on the computer and ..
Removing, Installing, and Replacing Components 23 Removing an Add-in Card 1 Remove the system cover (see “Removing the System Cover” on page 20). 2 Disconnect any cables attached to the add-in card. 3 Remove the screw that secures the add-in card to the chassis. 4 Remove the add-in card from the PCI slot connector and store the card in an anti-static wrapper for future use. ! Before opening the system unit, save any open files, exit Windows, turn off the power of the computer and all attached peripherals, and then unplug the power cord. ✍ Grasp the card with one hand on each end, and ..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 24 5 If you do not replace the card or install another add-in card, install a slot cover over the vacant slot at the rear of the chassis (see “Covering an Open I/O Slot” on page 33). 6 Replace the system cover (see “Replacing the System Cover” on page 21)...
Removing, Installing, and Replacing Components 25 Replacing the Lithium Battery You may need to replace the lithium battery if your computer consistently loses the date or time settings after turning it off. The lithium battery has a typical life of three years, after which the battery may be too weak to power the CMOS memory. 1 Reboot your computer by selecting Shut Down... from the Start menu, and then selecting Restart the computer. 2 If the error message “Error: Check date and time settings” appears during the reboot sequence, press F3, then press F2 during the reboot process to acc..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 26 8 Remove all add-in cards (see “Removing an Add-in Card” on page 23) to gain access to the battery. You may also need to disconnect some cables. 9 Insert a small flathead screwdriver into the small space at the top of the battery holder. 10 Gently pry the battery out and dispose of it according to the instructions that came with the new battery. 11 Insert the new battery into the battery holder, with the plus (+) side up. 12 Replace all add-in cards that were removed. 13 Reconnect any cables that were disconnected. 14 Replace the system cover (see “Re..
Removing, Installing, and Replacing Components 27 16 If the error message “Error: Check date and time settings.” appears during the reboot sequence, press DEL to access the CMOS Setup Utility. If no error message displays, the computer’s CMOS settings were retained during the battery replacement and you can skip the remaining steps. 17 Refer to the list you made in step 3 and restore any non-default CMOS settings (see “CMOS Setup Options” on page 65). 18 Select SAVE & EXIT SETUP from the main menu using the arrow keys, then press Enter. 19 Type Y, then press Enter to save the ..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 28 Installing System Memory 1 If necessary, remove the memory module you wish to replace (see “Removing a Memory Module” on page 30). 2 Remove the new memory module(s) from its anti-static package. Hold the memory module only by its edges to prevent static- electricity damage. 3 Choose the size of the memory module and configuration as shown in the following table. Memory modules can vary in size and speed between sockets. The minimum memory size is 8 MB. The maximum memory size is 256 MB. The BIOS automatically detects the type, size, and speed of the mem..
Removing, Installing, and Replacing Components 29 4 Align the module over the appropriate socket, noting the location of pin 1 on the module and pin 1 on the socket. 5 Carefully but firmly insert the edge of the module into the socket. 6 Press down firmly and evenly at both corners until the module is fully seated. 7 Replace the system cover (see “Replacing the System Cover” on page 21). Your computer automatically recognizes the extra memory and configures itself accordingly when you turn it on. No further action is required. ✍ When the module is fully seated, the handles on each sid..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 30 Removing a Memory Module You may need to remove a memory module if you change the memory configuration or replace a bad module. 1 Remove the system cover (see “Removing the System Cover” on page 20). 2 Locate the memory module you wish to remove. ! Before opening the system unit, save any open files, exit Windows, turn off the power of the computer and all attached peripherals, and then unplug the power cord. KY0073.VSD..
Removing, Installing, and Replacing Components 31 3 Push out the handle on each side of the memory module to eject the module from its socket. 4 Lift the memory module out by grasping it by its edges. Store the module in a static-free bag. ! Touch any exposed metal part of the chassis to discharge static electricity in your body before handling the memory module. Handles Push out KY0042.VSD KY0043.VSD..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 32 Removing a Slot Cover You remove a slot cover when you install an add-in card that occupies a previously-empty slot. 1 Lay the system on its side with the open side facing up and the slot covers facing you. 2 Locate the slot of the cover you want to remove. 3 Remove the screw from the slot cover. 4 Carefully remove the loose slot cover and retain it for future use. KY0069.VSD..
Removing, Installing, and Replacing Components 33 Covering an Open I/O Slot Slot covers prevent air from escaping through the empty hole. If air escapes, the components inside the computer cannot be properly cooled. This may damage some components, especially the main processor (which generates the most heat). 1 Fit the bottom end of the slot cover (removed earlier) between the chassis and system board. 2 Push the slot cover in until it rests firmly on the lip in the chassis. All add-in card brackets and slot covers rest on this lip. 3 Replace the screw (removed earlier) to secure the I/O s..
35 Chapter 4 System Board This chapter identifies each component on the system board and provides a detailed description of each connector and jumper on the system board. Printer Serial VGA Monitor USB1 Line In Line Out LCD Monitor Keyboard/Mouse Primary IDE CPU AUX Battery CMOS Clear VGAEN INTEN Front Panel Memory Volume Phone Mic Wake On LAN PS Fan CPU Bus Freq. Multiplier Power Floppy Secondary IDE Reset OM04581.VSD CPU Fan USB2 Sony Memory Stick PCI Riser Slot..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 36 Connectors Front Panel Header The front panel header is a 10-pin header that provide connections to various front panel functions. Pin # Name Description 1 +5 +5V from power supply 2 LED (CD-ROM) Connects to LED on CD-ROM 3 LED (FDD) Connects to LED on floppy disk drive 4 LED (HDD) Connects to LED on IDE hard disk drive 5 LED (MODEM) Connects to LED on modem card 6 Reserved (not used) 7 LED3 Connects to Standby/Sleep (red) signal from power supply 8 LED4 Connects to Power (green) anode signal from power supply 9 POWER SW Connects to power switch 10 GND Conn..
System Board 37 Diskette Drive (FLOPPY) Connector The FLOPPY connector is a 26-pin connector for a slim notebook-type diskette drive. Diskette Drive connector Pin Signal 1 +5V 2 INDEX 3 +5V 4 DRIVE_SELECT_0# 5 +5V 6 DSKCHG# 7 NC 8 READY# 9 HD 10 MOTOR_ON# 11 NC 12 DIRECTION# 13 MODE_SELECT# 14 STEP# 15 GND 16 WRITE_DATA# OM04701H.VSD FLOPPY..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 38 17 GND 18 WRITE_GATE# 19 GND 20 TRACK_00# 21 GND 22 WRITE_PROTECT# 23 GND 24 READ_DATA# 25 GND 26 SIDE_ONE_SELECT# Diskette Drive connector (continued) Pin Signal..
System Board 39 IDE Connectors There are two IDE (Integrated Drive Electronics) connectors: a Primary IDE and a Secondary IDE connector. The Primary IDE connector is a 40-pin 2.54mm pitch header-type connector for the 3.5 inch hard disk drive. The Secondary IDE connector is a 50-pin 2mm pitch header-type connector for the slim notebook-type CD-ROM drive. IDE Primary connector Pin Signal 1 Reset IDE 2 GND 3 Data 7 4 Data 8 5 Data 6 6 Data 9 7 Data 5 8 Data 10 9 Data 4 10 Data 11 11 Data 3 OM04701G.VSD Primary IDE Secondary IDE..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 40 12 Data 12 13 Data 2 14 Data 13 15 Data 1 16 Data 14 17 Data 0 18 Data 15 19 GND 20 (Key) 21 DDRQ0 22 GND 23 I/O Write# 24 GND 25 I/O Read# 26 GND 27 IOCHRDY 28 P_ALE (Cable Select pull-up) 29 DDACK0# 30 GND 31 IRQ 14 32 Reserved 33 Address 1 34 Reserved 35 Address 0 36 Address 2 37 Chip Select 1P# 38 Chip Select 3P# 39 Activity# 40 GND IDE Primary connector (continued) Pin Signal..
System Board 41 IDE Secondary connector Pin Signal 1 LOUT 2 ROUT 3 LRTN (AGND) 4 RRTN (AGND) 5 HRST 6 HD08 7 HD07 8 HD09 9 HD07 10 HD10 11 HD05 12 HD11 13 HD04 14 HD12 15 HD03 16 HD13 17 HD02 18 HD14 19 HD01 20 HD15 21 HD00 22 DMARQ 23 GND 24 HIOR# 25 HIOW# 26 GND 27 HIORDY 28 DMACK# 29 HIRQ 30 HIOCS16# 31 HA01 32 PDIAG# 33 HA00 34 HA02..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 42 35 HCSO# 36 HSC1# 37 DASP# 38 +5V 39 +5V 40 +5V 41 +5V 42 +5V 43 GND 44 GND 45 GND 46 GND 47 CSEL 48 GND 49 Reserved 50 DIGITAL OUT IDE Secondary connector (continued) Pin Signal..
System Board 43 PCI Slot Connectors The system board contains one PCI Riser slot connector for a PCI riser card. The PCI riser card in turn provides two PCI slot connectors for PCI add-in cards. One PCI slot connector is available for an add-in PCI card. The other PCI slot connector is occupied by the fax/modem card. The PCI slots in the riser card support 32-bit 5V and Universal (3.3/5V) PCI add-in cards. OM04599B.VSD PCI slot for riser card KY0091.VSD Two PCI slot connectors PCI riser card (plugs into PCI connector on system board)..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 44 PCI Riser Slot connector * Pin Side B Signal Side A Signal 1 -12V TRST# 2 TCK +12V 3 GND TMS 4 TDO TDI 5 +5V +5V 6 +5V INTA# 7 INTB# INTC# 8 INTD# +5V 9 PRSNT1# Reserved 10 Reserved +5V (I/O) 11 PRSNT2# Reserved 12 GND GND 13 GND GND 14 Reserved *CLK2 15 GND RST# 16 CLK1 +5V (I/O) 17 GND *GND1# 18 *REQ1# GND 19 +5V (I/O) Reserved 20 AD31 AD30 21 AD29 *GNT2# 22 GND AD28 23 AD27 AD26 24 AD25 GND 25 *REQ2# AD24 26 C/BE3# ADSEL 27 AD23 +3.3V 28 GND AD22 29 AD21 AD20 30 AD19 GND 31 +3.3V AD18 32 AD17 AD16 33 C/BE2# +3.3V 34 GND FRAME#..
System Board 45 35 IRDY# GND 36 +3.3V TRDY# 37 DEVSEL# GND 38 GND STOP# 39 LOCK# +3.3V 40 PERR# SDONE 41 +3.3V SBO# 42 SERR# GND 43 +3.3V PAR 44 C/BE1# AD15 45 AD14 +3.3V 46 GND AD13 47 AD12 AD11 48 AD10 GND 49 GND AD09 50 (Key) (Key) 51 (Key) (Key) 52 AD08 C/BE0# 53 AD07 +3.3V 54 +3.3V AD06 55 AD05 AD04 56 AD03 GND 57 GND AD02 58 AD01 AD00 59 +5V (I/O) +5V (I/O) 60 ACK64# REQ64# 61 +5V +5V 62 +5V +5V * “#” means active low signal. “*” means signal is different from standard PCI. “GNT1#” means GNT# signal for PCI slot 1. “CLK1” means signal for PCI slot 1. GNT2#” means GNT..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 46 Memory Module (DIMM) Connectors Both sides of each Dual Inline Memory Module (DIMM) look very similar. The side with pin 1 has a small "1" to the left of pin 1. Be sure to orient a DIMM correctly in the DIMM connector (a small triangle on the connector indicates pin 1). OM04710A.VSD DIMM2 DIMM1 1 Indicates pin 1 Memory module (DIMM) OM04908B.VSD..
System Board 47 Power (ATX PWR) Connector The ATX PWR connector is a 20-pin Molex-type header connector that provides power to the ATX system board. Power connector Pin # Name Pin # Name 1 +3.3V 11 +3.3V 2 +3.3V 12 -12V 3 GND 13 GND 4 +5V 14 PS-ON# (power supply remote on/off control) 5 GND 15 GND 6 +5V 16 GND 7 GND 17 GND 8 PWRGD (power good) 18 NC 9 +5VSB 19 +5V 10 +12V 20 +5V OM04701I.VSD 1 10 11 20 ATX PWR..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 48 Fan (CPU FAN, CTRL PWR) Connectors The CPU Fan connector is a 1 x 3-pin straight header connector that controls the CPU cooling fan. The CTRL PWR connector is a 2 x 3-pin connector that controls the power supply cooling fan. It connects to P3 from the power supply. CPU Fan connector Pin Signal Name 1 GND 2 FAN_CTRL (+12V) 3 FAN_SEN CTRL PWR connector Pin Signal Name 1 Fan M 2 Fan C * * Power supply provides 12V to this pin when system is in Power On mode (for fastest fan speed), and 6V when system is in Suspend mode (to reduce fan noise). 3 3.3V sense 4 NC ..
System Board 49 Keyboard/Mouse (KB/MOUSE) Connector The combination keyboard/mouse connector is a 6-pin female PS/2-type (mini-DIN) connector that can accommodate a PS/2 keyboard or mouse. Keyboard/Mouse connector Pin Signal Name 1 Keyboard data 2 Mouse data 3 GND 4 +5V (fused) 5 Keyboard Clock 6 Mouse Clock KY0032.VSD 1 6 KB/MOUSE..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 50 USB Connectors There are two USB ports that permit connection of two USB peripheral devices directly to the system without having to use an external hub. If more USB devices are needed, connect an external hub to either USB1 or USB2. USB1 is a standard USB connector accessible from the rear panel. USB2 is a standard USB connector accessible from the front panel. USB1 connector (rear panel) Pin Signal Name 1 Power 2 USBP0# 3 USBP0 4 GND USB2 connector (front panel) Pin Signal Name 1 Power 2 USBP1# 3 USBP1 4 GND KY0033.VSD USB1 USB2..
System Board 51 Printer, Serial, and VGA Monitor Connectors The Serial connector is a DB-9 male connector. The Printer connector is a DB-25 female connector. The VGA Monitor connector is a 15-pin D-sub female connector. Printer connector Pin Signal Name Pin Signal Name 1 STROBE# 14 AUTO FEED# 2 DATA BIT 0 15 FAULT# 3 DATA BIT 1 16 INIT# 4 DATA BIT 2 17 SLCT IN# 5 DATA BIT 3 18 GND 6 DATA BIT 4 19 GND 7 DATA BIT 5 20 GND 8 DATA BIT 6 21 GND 9 DATA BIT 7 22 GND 10 ACK# 23 GND 11 BUSY 24 GND 12 ERROR 25 GND 13 SELECT OM04701D.VSD PRINTER 13 1 25 14 SERIAL 1 5 6 9 VGA MONITOR 5 1 15 11..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 52 Serial 1 connector Pin Signal Name 1 DCD 2 RXD# 3 TXD# 4 DTR# 5 GND 6 DSR 7 RTS 8 CTS 9 RI VGA Monitor connector Pin Signal Name 1 RED 2 GREEN 3 BLUE 4 GND 5 DDC GND 6 RED GND 7 GREEN GND 8 BLUE GND 9 NC 10 GND 11 GND 12 SDA 13 HORIZONTAL SYNC 14 VERTICAL SYNC 15 SCL..
System Board 53 LCD Monitor Connector (VAIO Slimtop LCD models only) The LCD monitor connector is a 26-pin MDR-type connector for the Sony VAIO Slimtop LCD monitor. ! Do not connect any other LCD monitor other than the Sony VAIO Slimtop LCD monitor. LCD Monitor connector Pin Signal Pin Signal 1 POWER GND 14 TxOUT0 - 2 TxOUT0GND 15 TxOUT0 + 3 POWLED anode 16 SUSLED anode 4 TxOUT1 - 17 TxOUT1GND 5 TxOUT1 + 18 PVDDON 6 TxOUT2 - 19 TxOUT2GND 7 TxOUT2 + 20 Reserved 8 DETECT# 21 MSGLED# 9 BLON 22 TxCLKOUT - 10 TxCLKOUTGND 23 TxCLKOUT + 11 POWER +12V (Fused, 1A) 24 POWER +12V (Fused, 1A) 12 Audio ..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 54 Auxiliary (AUX) Connector The AUX connector is a standard 4-pin ATAPI-style 2.54 mm single line header connector for external audio sound input. AUX connector Pin Signal 1 Left Line In 2 GND 3 GND 4 Right Line In KY0095.VSD AUX 1 4..
System Board 55 Wake On LAN (WOL_CON) Connector The WOL_CON connector is a 3-pin header connector that provides the Wake On LAN function. Wake On LAN connector Pin Signal 1 +5V SB 2 GND 3 WOL signal KY0096.VSD 1 3 WOL_CON..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 56 Line In and Line Out Connectors The Line In and Line Out jacks are stereo mini-jacks (3.5 mm) that connect to a stereo audio device (not an audio source from a video device). Connect a stereo audio output jack to the Line In jack, and the Line Out jack to a stereo audio input jack. Line In jack Pin Signal Sleeve GND Tip Audio-Left In Ring Audio-Right In Line Out jack Pin Signal Sleeve GND Tip Audio-Left Out Ring Audio-Right Out KY0058.VSD Line In Line Out..
System Board 57 Phones and Mic Connectors The Phones jack is stereo mini-jack (3.5 mm) that connects to headphones. The Mic jack is a stereo mini-jack (3.5 mm) that connects to a microphone. Phones jack Pin Signal Sleeve GND Tip Left Out Ring Right Out Mic jack Pin Signal Sleeve GND Tip Microphone Mono In Ring Electret Bias Voltage KY0058A.VSD Phones Mic Volume control knob..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 58 Sony Memory Stick Connector The Sony Memory Stick connector is a 10-pin MCR 103-10S connector. Sony Memory Stick connector Pin Signal 1 VSS 2 BS 3 Reserved 4 DIO 5 Reserved 6 INS 7 Reserved 8 SCLK 9 VCC 10 VSS KY0097.VSD Sony Memory Stick..
System Board 59 Configuration Jumpers The configuration jumpers include CMOS Clear, VGA Enable, and INTEN. CMOS Clear (CMOS) A jumper cap is installed on pins 2 and 3 (Normal) of the CMOS header when the computer is shipped. Do not move the jumper cap to the CMOS Clear position unless otherwise directed by a technical support person. KY0059.VSD CMOS Clear 1 2 3 Normal..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 60 VGA Enable (VGAEN) The VGAEN jumper is a 3-pin header that enables or disables the onboard VGA controller. The computer ships with a jumper cap in the Enable position. KY0092.VSD VGA Enable 1 2 3 VGA Disable..
System Board 61 INTEN The INTEN jumper is a 3-pin header that enables or disables the onboard VGA interrupt. The computer ships with a jumper cap in the Enable position. KY0093.VSD INT Enable 1 2 3 INT Disable..
63 Chapter 5 Fax/Modem Card The K56flex ™ technology/V.90-compatible data fax/modem card occupies PCI slot #1 in the Riser card. The fax/modem card has two RJ-11 jacks that are accessible from the rear panel: one to connect a telephone line, and one to connect a phone. Connectors Name Connector Type Description Telephone RJ-11 Connects to phone Line RJ-11 Connects to telephone line KY0038.VSD Telephone Line..
65 Chapter 6 CMOS Setup Options This chapter describes each screen in the CMOS SETUP UTILITY (see “Accessing the CMOS Setup Utility” on page 14). The CMOS Setup Utility presents the following menu items on the main screen: ❑ STANDARD CMOS SETUP ❑ BIOS FEATURES SETUP ❑ CHIPSET FEATURES SETUP ❑ POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP ❑ PNP AND PCI SETUP ❑ LOAD BIOS DEFAULTS ❑ LOAD SETUP DEFAULTS ❑ SUPERVISOR PASSWORDS ❑ USER PASSWORD ❑ IDE HDD AUTO DETECTION ❑ SAVE & EXIT SETUP ❑ EXIT WITHOUT SAVING Use the arrow keys to choose a menu item. Press Enter to display the item’s o..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 66 STANDARD CMOS SETUP Screen Date (mm:dd:yy): [Mar 15 1999] Time (hh:mm:ss): [15:45:56] HARD DISKS Primary Master: Primary Slave: Secondary Master: Secondary Slave: Type [Auto] User None Mode [NORMAL] LBA LARGE Drive A: [1.44M, 3.5 in.] 2.88M, 3.5 in. None 360K, 5.25 in. 1.2M, 5.25 in. 720K, 3.5 in. Drive B: [None] 360K, 5.25 in. 1.2M, 5.25 in. 720K, 3.5 in. 1.44M, 3.5 in. 2.88M, 3.5 in. Floppy 3 Mode Support: [Disabled] Drive A Drive B Both Video: [EGA/VGA] CGA 40 CGA 80 MONO Halt On: [All Errors] No Errors All, But Keyboard All, But Diskette All, But Disk/K..
CMOS Setup Options 67 BIOS FEATURES SETUP Screen CPU Internal Core Speed: 400MHz Boot Virus Detection: [Enabled] Disabled CPU Level 1 Cache: [Enabled] Disabled CPU Level 2 Cache: [Enabled] Disabled CPU Level 2 Cache ECC Check: [Disabled] Enabled BIOS Update: [Enabled] Disabled Turbo Mode: [Disabled] Enabled Quick Power On Self Test: [Enabled] Disabled HDD Sequence SCSI/IDE First: [IDE] SCSI Boot Sequence: [A, CDROM, C] CDROM, C, A D, A E, A F, A C only LS/ZIP, C LAN, A, C LAN, C, A A, C C, A Boot Up Floppy Seek: [Disabled] Enabled Floppy Disk Access Control: [R/W] Read Only IDE HDD Block Mo..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 68 HDD S.M.A.R.T. capability: [Disabled] Enabled OS/2 Onboard Memory > 64M: [Disabled] Enabled Silent Boot: [Enabled] Disabled Boot Up Sound: [Enabled] Disabled Boot Up Volume: * [Medium] High Mute Low PCI/VGA Palette Snoop: [Disabled] Enabled Video ROM BIOS Shadow: [Enabled] Disabled C8000 - CBFFF Shadow: [Disabled] Enabled CC000 - CFFFF Shadow: [Disabled] Enabled D0000 - D3FFF Shadow: [Disabled] Enabled D4000 - D7FFF Shadow: [Disabled] Enabled D8000 - DBFFF Shadow: [Disabled] Enabled DC000 - DFFFF Shadow: [Disabled] Enabled Boot Up NumLock Status: [Off] O..
CMOS Setup Options 69 Typematic Rate (Chars/Sec):  8 10 12 15 20 24 30 Typematic Delay (Msec):  500 750 1000 Security Option: [System] Setup PS/2 Mouse Function Control: [Auto] Enabled..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 70 CHIPSET FEATURES SETUP Screen SDRAM Configuration: [By SPD] Disabled 7ns (143MHz) 8ns (125MHz) SDRAM CAS Latency: [2T] 3T SDRAM RAS to CAS Delay: * [2T] 3T SDRAM RAS Precharge Time: * [2T] 3T DRAM Idle Timer: * [10T] 12T 16T 32T Infinite 0T 2T 4T 8T SDRAM MA Wait State: [Normal] Slow Fast Snoop Ahead: [Enabled] Disabled Host Bus Fast Data Ready: [Disabled] Enabled 16-bit I/O Recovery Time: [1 BUSCLK] 2 BUSCLK 3 BUSCLK 4 BUSCLK 8-bit I/O Recovery Time: [1 BUSCLK] 2 BUSCLK 3 BUSCLK 4 BUSCLK 5 BUSCLK 6 BUSCLK 7 BUSCLK 8 BUSCLK * These settings depend on the se..
CMOS Setup Options 71 Graphics Aperture Size: [64MB] 128MB 256MB 4MB 8MB 16MB 32MB Video Memory Cache Mode: [UC] USWC PCI 2.1 Support: [Enabled] Disabled Memory Hole At 15M-16M: [Disabled] Enabled DRAM are 64 (Not 72) bits wide Data Integrity Mode: Non-ECC Onboard FDC Controller: [Enabled] Disabled Onboard FDC Swap A & B: [No Swap] Swap AB Onboard Serial Port 1: [3F8H/IRQ4] 2F8H/IRQ3 3E8H/IRQ4 2E8H/IRQ10 Disabled Onboard Serial Port 21: [2F8H/IRQ3] 3E8H/IRQ4 2E8H/IRQ10 Disabled 3F8H/IRQ4 Onboard Parallel Port: [378H/IRQ7] 278H/IRQ5 Disabled 3BCH/IRQ7 Parallel Port Mode: [Normal] EPP ECP..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 72 Onboard PCI IDE Enable: [Both] Primary Secondary Disable IDE Ultra DMA Mode: [Auto] Disable IDE0 Master PIO/DMA Mode: IDE0 Slave PIO/DMA Mode: IDE1 Master PIO/DMA Mode: IDE1 Slave PIO/DMA Mode: [Auto] 0/0 1/0 2/0 3/1 4/2..
CMOS Setup Options 73 POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP Screen Power Management: [User Define] Disable Min Saving Max Saving Video Off Option: [Suspend -> Off] Always On Video Off Method: [DPMS OFF] DPMS Reduce ON Blank Screen V/H SYNC+Blank DPMS Standby DPMS Suspend ** PM Timers ** HDD Power Down: [Disable] 1 Min 2 Min 3 Min 4 Min 5 Min 6 Min 7 Min 8 Min 9 Min 10 Min 11 Min 12 Min 13 Min 14 Min 15 Min Suspend Mode: * [Disable] 30 Sec 1 Min 2 Min 4 Min 8 Min 20 Min 30 Min 40 Min 1 Hour * Enabled only when Power Management is not Disable...
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 74 ** Power Up Control ** PWR Button < 4 Secs: [Soft Off] Suspend PWR Up On Modem Act: [Enabled] Disabled Automatic Power Up: [Disabled] Everyday By Date Time (hh:mm:ss) Alarm: * [17:32: 0] Date Of Month Alarm: †  . . . 31 ** Fan Monitor ** CPU Fan Speed: [5273RPM] Ignore Power Fan Speed:  Ignore ** Thermal Monitor ** CPU Temperature: N/A MB Temperature: [32°C/89°F] Ignore ** Voltage Monitor ** VCORE Voltage: [2.0V] Ignore +3.3V Voltage: [3.3V] Ignore +5V Voltage: [5.1V] Ignore +12V Voltage: [11.7V] Ignore -12V Voltage: [-12.2V] Ignore * Displa..
CMOS Setup Options 75 PNP AND PCI SETUP Screen PNP OS Installed: [No] Yes Slot 1 IRQ: Slot 2 IRQ: [Auto] NA 3 4 5 7 9 10 11 12 14 15 PCI Latency Timer:  PCI Clock . . . 255 PCI Clock 0 PCI Clock 1 PCI Clock . . . 31 PCI Clock IRQ 3 Used By ISA: [No/ICU] Yes IRQ 4 Used By ISA: [No/ICU] Yes IRQ 5 Used By ISA: [Yes] No/ICU IRQ 7 Used By ISA: [No/ICU] Yes IRQ 9 Used By ISA: [No/ICU] Yes IRQ 10 Used By ISA: [No/ICU] Yes IRQ 11 Used By ISA: [No/ICU] Yes IRQ 12 Used By ISA: [No/ICU] Yes..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 76 IRQ 14 Used By ISA: [No/ICU] Yes IRQ 15 Used By ISA: [No/ICU] Yes DMA 1 Used By ISA: [No/ICU] Yes DMA 3 Used By ISA: [No/ICU] Yes DMA 5 Used By ISA: [No/ICU] Yes ISA MEM Block BASE: [No/ICU] C800 CC00 D000 D400 D800 DC00 ISA MEM Block SIZE: * [8K] 16K 32K 64K SYMBIOS SCSI BIOS: [Disabled] Auto USB IRQ: [Enabled] Disabled ONB VGA BIOS First: [No] Yes Onboard Audio: [Enabled] Disabled] Onboard Cardbus: [Enabled] Disabled * Displays only when ISA MEM Block BASE is not No/ICU...
CMOS Setup Options 77 LOAD BIOS DEFAULTS Screen Press Enter to load BIOS default settings except standard CMOS setup. LOAD SETUP DEFAULTS Screen Press Enter to load setup defaults except standard CMOS setup. SUPERVISOR PASSWORD Screen Press Enter to change, set, or disable the supervisor password. Follow the prompts. USER PASSWORD Screen Press Enter to change, set, or disable the user password. Follow the prompts. IDE HDD AUTO DETECTION Screen Press Enter to auto-configure the hard disk drives. SAVE & EXIT SETUP Screen Press Enter to save changes in the CMOS and exit CMOS Setup Utility...
79 Chapter 7 Miscellaneous Technical Information This chapter contains information on the following subjects: ❑ User and Supervisor password ❑ Beep code error messages ❑ PCI configuration status and error messages ❑ DMA channel assignments ❑ IRQ assignments ❑ System I/O address map ❑ Memory map ❑ PCI configuration space map..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 80 About User and Supervisor Passwords The system allows you to specify up to two passwords (a User password and a Supervisor password) in the BIOS Setup Utility. The User password is required; the Supervisor password is optional. Access to the BIOS Setup Utility depends on which passwords were previously set, as indicated next. If you set these passwords... ...the following passwords are required: User password only User password is required at bootup. Supervisor password only No password is required at bootup. Supervisor password is required by most setup op..
Miscellaneous Technical Information 81 Beep Code Error Messages During a normal bootup, a single short beep signifies that the system is OK. Other beep patterns signify errors. The number of beeps indicates the specific error that occurred. The Sony Online Support technical representative will need to know how many beeps your system produces if there is an error, so be sure to count the number of beeps before calling for support...
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 82 PCI Configuration Status and Error Messages The following is a list of status and error messages that may appear on your system from time to time. Message Meaning Floppy Disk Controller Resource Conflict The diskette controller has requested a resource that is already in use. NVRAM Checksum Error, NVRAM Cleared The NVRAM data was reinitialized due to an NVRAM checksum error. NVRAM Cleared By Jumper The Clear CMOS jumper block has been changed to the clear position. NVRAM Data Invalid, NVRAM Cleared Invalid entry in the NVRAM. Parallel Port Resource Conflict..
Miscellaneous Technical Information 83 Static Device Resource Conflict A non-Plug and Play ISA card has requested a resource that is already in use. System Board Device Resource Conflict A non-Plug and-Play ISA card has requested a resource that is already in use...
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 84 DMA Channel Assignments This shows the factory default values. Windows 98 reassigns resources to best meet the needs of a particular configuration. DMA Channel Plug & Play Default Assignment 0 Yes Open 1 Yes Sound 2 Yes Standard diskette drive controller 3 Yes Parallel port (for ECP) 4 N/A Reserved 5 Open 6 Open 7 Sound..
Miscellaneous Technical Information 85 IRQ Assignments ✍ This shows the factory default values. Windows 98 will reassign resources to best meet the needs of a particular configuration. PCI IRQs can be shared between several PCI devices. IRQ # Default Assignment 0 Interval timer 1 Keyboard buffer full 2 Cascade interrupt from slave PIC 3 COM2 (used for Sony Original Function) 4 Communications ports (COM1 and COM3) 5 PCMCIA 6 Standard diskette drive controller 7 Printer port (LPT1) 8 System CMOS/real time clock 9 IrDA 10 Video, audio, fax/modem, user-specified 11 CardBus, USB, user-specifie..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 86 System I/O Address Map Address Range (hex) Description 0000 - 000F DMA controller 1 0020 - 0021 Programmable interrupt controller 1 002E - 002F Super I/O controller configuration registers 0040 - 0043 Counter/timer 1 0048 - 004B Counter/timer 2 0060 Keyboard controller byte - reset IRQ 0061 NMI status and speaker controller 0064 Keyboard controller, CMD/STAT byte 0070 (bit 7) Enable NMI 0070 (bits 6:0) Real time clock, address 0071 Real time clock, data 0078 Reserved for system board configuration 0079 Reserved for system board configuration 0080 - 008F DMA..
Miscellaneous Technical Information 87 0377 Diskette drive channel 2 command port 0377 (bit 7) Diskette drive change, channel 2 0377 (bits 6:0) Secondary IDE controller status port 0378 - 037F LPT1 0388 - 038D AdLib (FM synthesizer) 03B4 - 03B5 Video (VGA) 03BA Video (VGA) 03C0 - 03CA Video (VGA) 03CC Video (VGA) 03CE - 03CF Video (VGA) 03D4 - 03D5 Video (VGA) 03DA Video (VGA) 03E8 - 03EF COM3 03F0 - 03F5 Standard diskette drive controller, channel 1 03F6 Primary IDE channel command port 03F7 (Write) Standard diskette drive command, channel 1 03F7 (bit 7) Standard diskette disk change, chan..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 88 Memory Map Address range Default configuration 001000000 - 18000000 Extended memory 000FC000 - 000FFFFF Boot block 000FA000 - 000FBFFF ESCD (Plug and Play configuration and DMI) 000F9000 - 000F9FFF Reserved for BIOS 000F8000 - 000F8FFF OEM Logo or Scan User Flash 000E8000 - 000F7FFF POST BIOS 000E0000 - 000E7FFF POST BIOS (available in UMB) 000C8000 - 000DFFFF Available high-DOS memory (ISA and PCI bus) 000A0000 - 000C7FFF Video memory and BIOS 0009FC00 - 0009FFFF Extended BIOS data (moveable by memory manager software) 00080000 - 0009FBFF Extended conventi..
Miscellaneous Technical Information 89 PCI Configuration Space Map Bus Numbe r (hex) Device Number (hex) Function Number (hex) Description 00 00 00 Intel 82440LX (PAC) 00 01 00 Intel 82440LX (PAC) AGP bus 00 07 00 Intel 82371AB (PIIX4) PCI/ISA bridge 00 07 01 Intel 82371AB (PIIX4) IDE bus master 00 07 02 Intel 82371AB (PIIX4) USB 00 07 03 Intel 82371AB (PIIX4) power management 00 0D 00 PCI expansion slot 1 00 0E 00 PCI expansion slot 2 01 ATI Rage LT Pro video 00 Yamaha YMF724E audio 00 Ricoh RL5C475 cardbus 00 PCI fax/modem..
91 Chapter 8 Specifications This chapter describes the technical specifications for the Sony PCV-L400, PCV-L600, and PCV-L600S computers. Processors Chipset PCI Bus Memory Modules (DIMMs) PCV-L400 400 MHz Intel Pentium ® II processor (with 100 MHz FSB) PCV-L600 500 MHz Intel Pentium ® III processor (with 100 MHz FSB) PCV-L600S 500 MHz Intel Pentium ® III processor (with 100 MHz FSB) 82440BX-100 AGP/PCI/ISA chipset PCI Level 2.1, 33 MHz zero wait state 2 PCI slots (1 open) Installed memory PCV-L400: 64 Mbytes SDRAM PCV-L600/PCV-L600S: 128 Mbytes SDRAM Maximum memory 256 Mbytes (128Mbytes ..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 92 DIMM Configurations L2 Cache Graphics DIMM1 * * The PCV-L400 is shipped with 64 MB. The PCV-L600 and PCV-L600S are shipped with 128 MB. SDRAM is expandable to 256 MB. Computer SDRAM is unbuffered DIMM, specification Rev. 1.0 or later. Supports SDRAM memory. Does not support EDO memory or buffered DIMM memory. Memory can be installed in either socket. Memory size can vary between sockets. DIMMs can be single- or double-sided. DIMMs must be 3.3V unbuffered 4-clock, 64-bit or 72-bit, 66 MHz or 100 MHz SDRAM module. Use only 100 MHz FSB- supported memory. Do no..
Specifications 93 Audio Communications I/O and Expansion Slots Sound chip Yamaha YMF724F synthesizer plus AC97 Wave synthesis Aureal wavetable synthesis effect Sound effects A3D stereo Audio sampling rate Up to 48 kHz at 16 bits Front panel Mic (for microphone) Phones (for stereo headphone) Volume control (for headphone) Rear panel Line In (from audio output connector) Line Out (to audio input connector) Modem K56flex technology, V.90-compatible data/fax modem * * Your modem is capable of downloading at 56 Kbps using K56flex technology/V.90 . Your phone service, online service, or Internet ..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 94 Drives and Controllers System CMOS Diskette controller 765A-compatible (supports up to 2.88 MByte) Diskette drive 1.44 MByte 3.5-inch MFDD EIDE controller Supports PIO Mode 4 EIDE drives and Ultra DMA/ 33 Mode drives IDE hard drive * * Bus-mastering EIDE driver installed. PCV-L400: 6.4 GByte PCV-L600/PCV-L600S: 10.8 GByte CD-ROM drive CD-ROM disc: 24X (maximum performance) † † Data on a CD-ROM disc is read at a variable transfer rate, ranging from 10X at the innermost track to 24X at the outermost track (the data transfer standard 1X rate is 150 kybtes/..
95 Index A add-in card installing 22 removing 23 address map, system 86 audio input connector 54 audio specifications 93 auxiliary connector 54 B battery - See lithium battery beep codes 81 BIOS - See Also CMOS BIOS features setup screen 67 C card, fax/modem 63 CD-ROM drive location of 3 performance of discs 3 , 94 specifications 94 CD-ROM drive specifications 94 chipset specifications 91 CMOS configuring 14 See Also BIOS setup utility 14 specifications 94 CMOS clear jumper 59 CMOS setup utility BIOS features setup screen 67 menu items 65 PNP and PCI setup screen 75 standard CMOS setup 66 c..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 96 Wake On LAN 55 cover slot 32 system 20 , 21 covering I/O slot 33 CPU See Also processor D DIMM 46 configurations 92 See Also memory modules diskette drive connector 37 display, power management 15 DMA channel assignments 84 drives CD-ROM specifications 94 controller specifications 94 IDE connectors 39 specifications 94 E error messages beep codes 81 PCI configuration 82 expansion slots 12 See Also slots specifications for 93 F fan connectors 48 CPU 48 PS-Fan 48 fax card - See fax/modem fax/modem add-in card 63 See Also communications FCC Part 68 iv front pa..
97 See Also system memory Sony Memory Stick connector 58 memory modules configurations 92 connectors 46 removing 30 specifications 91 messages error 81 status and error 82 Mic connector 57 microprocessor - See processor model numbers ii modem - See Also communications modem card connectors 63 view of 63 monitor LCD connector 9 , 53 See Also display N notice to users ii O output devices iii P passwords, user and supervisor 80 PCI bus specifications 91 configuration space map 90 riser slot connector 43 Phones connector 57 PNP and PCI setup screen 75 power connector 47 power management, config..
VAIO Computer Reference Manual 98 keyboard/mouse connector 49 memory module connector 46 power connector 47 printer connector 51 serial connector 51 slot connectors 43 USB connectors 50 VGA monitor connector 51 system cover removing 20 replacing 21 system I/O address map 86 system memory, installing 28 T Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 iv TV interference iii U USB connectors 6 , 50 user password 80 V VGA controller, configuration jumper 60 VGA monitor connector 51 W Wake On LAN connector 55..