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                            TECRA M10 Maintenance Manual
	Table of Contents
	Chapte1 Hardware Overview
		Table of Contents
		1.1 Features
		1.2 System Unit Block Diagram
		1.3 3.5-inch Floppy Disk Drive (USB External)
		1.4 2.5-inch Hard Disk Drive
		1.5 Optical Drive (ODD)
			1.5.1 DVD-ROM Drive
			1.5.2  DVD-ROM & CD-R/RW Drive
			1.5.3  DVD-Super Multi Drive
			1.10 AC Adapter
		1.6 Keyboard
		1.7 TFT Color Display
			1.7.1 LCD Module
			1.7.2  FL Inverter Board
		1.8 Power Supply
		1.9 Batteries
			1.9.1 Main Battery
			1.9.2  Battery Charging Control
			1.9.3 RTC battery
	Chapter 2 Troubleshooting Procedures
		Table of Contents
		2.1 Troubleshooting
		2.2 Troubleshooting Flowchart
		2.3 Power Supply Troubleshooting
		2.4 System Board Troubleshooting
		2.5 USB FDD Troubleshooting
		2.6 2.5” HDD Troubleshooting
		2.7 Keyboard Troubleshooting
		2.8 Touch pad Troubleshooting
		2.9 Display Troubleshooting
		2.10 Optical Disk Drive Troubleshooting
		2.11 Modem Troubleshooting
		2.12 LAN Troubleshooting
		2.13 Wireless LAN Troubleshooting
		2.14 Bluetooth Troubleshooting
		2.15 Sound Troubleshooting
		2.16 Bridge media Slot Troubleshooting
		2.17 PCI ExpressCard Slot Troubleshooting
		2.18 Fingerprint sensor Troubleshooting
		2.19 Web camera Troubleshooting
		2.20 Intel Turbo Memory Troubleshooting
	Chapter 3 Tests and Diagnostics
		Table of Contents
		3.1 The Diagnostic Test
			3.1.1 Diagnostics menu
			3.1.2 H/W (Hardware) initial information setting tool
			3.1.3 Heatrun test program
		3.2 Executing the Diagnostic Test
			3.2.1 Diagnostics menu (T&D)
			3.2.2 H/W initial information setting tool
			3.2.3 Heatrun test program
		3.3 Setting of the hardware configuration
		3.4 Heatrun Test
		3.5 Subtest Names
		3.6 System Test
		3.7 Memory Test
		3.8 Keyboard Test
		3.9  Display Test
		3.10 Floppy Disk Test
		3.11 Printer Test
		3.12 Async Test
		3.13 Hard Disk Test
		3.14 Real Timer Test
		3.15 NDP Test
		3.16 Expansion Test
		3.17 CD-ROM/DVD-ROM Test
		3.18 Error Code and Error Status Names
		3.19 Hard Disk Test Detail Status
			3.20.1 Program Description
			3.20.2 Operations
		3.21 Head Cleaning
			3.21.1 Function Description
			3.21.2 Operations
		3.22 Log Utilities
			3.22.1 Function Description
			3.22.2 Operations
		3.23 Running Test
			3.23.1 Function Description
			3.23.2 Operations
		3.24 Floppy Disk Drive Utilities
			3.24.1 Function Description
			3.24.2 Operations
		3.25 System Configuration
			3.25.1 Function Description
			3.25.2 Operations
		3.26 Wireless LAN Test Program (Atheros)
		3.27 Wireless LAN Test Program (Intel-made a/b/g/n Setting up of REF PC)
		3.28 Wireless LAN Test Program on DUT PC (Intel-made)
		3.29 LAN/Modem/Bluetooth/IEEE1394 Test Program
			3.29.1 LAN test
			3.29.2 Modem test
			3.29.3 Bluetooth test
			3.29.4 IEEE1394 test
		3.29 Sound Test program
		3.30 3G Test program
		3.31 SETUP
			3.31.1 Function Description
			3.31.2  Accessing the SETUP Program
	Chapter 4 Replacement Procedures
		Table of Contents
		4.1 Overview
		4.2 Battery pack
		4.3 SIM card
		4.4 PC card/Bridge media/Smart card
			4.4.1 PC card
			4.4.2 Bridge media (SD Card/Memory Stick/xD Picture Card/MultiMedia card)
			4.4.3 Smart card
		4.5 Memory module
		4.6 Fin cover
		4.7 HDD
		4.8 Optical disk drive (DVD-ROM/DVD-Super Multi drive)
		4.9 Keyboard
		4.10 SW board
		4.11 SIM board
		4.12 Wireless LAN card
		4.13 3G card
		4.14 Robson card
		4.15 Speaker
		4.16 Cover assembly and Base assembly
		4.17 MDC modem/USB board
		4.18 RGB harness/RJ45 harness
		4.19 Serial board
		4.20 System board
		4.21 GFX board/GFX fin
		4.22 CPU/CPU fin/DC fan
		4.23 PC card unit
		4.24 RTC battery
		4.25 Sound board/Microphone harness
		4.26 Battery lock
		4.27 Touch pad/Fingerprint sensor board
		4.28 Bluetooth module
		4.29 Smart card unit
		4.30 LCD unit/FL inverter
		4.31 Camera module/Wireless LAN antenna/3G antenna
		4.32 LCD harness
		4.33 LCD mask
		4.34 Hinge
		4.35 Fluorescent Lamp
			4.35.1    Replacing the 14.1-inch WXGA LG Fluorescent Lamp
			4.35.2 Replacing the 14.1-inch WXGA Samsung Fluorescent Lamp
			4.35.3 Replacing the 14.1-inch WXGA+ LG Fluorescent Lamp
			4.35.4   Replacing the 14.1-inch WXGA-CSV LG Fluorescent Lamp
		Table of Contets
		Appendix A Handling the LCD Module
		Appendix B Board Layout
			B.1 System board (FG6IN*) Front View
			B.2 System board (FG6IN*) Back View
			B.3 System board (FGGIN*) Front View: It is used by a GPU model.
			B.4 System board (FGGIN*) Back View: It is used by a GPU model.
			B.5 System board (FGAIN*) Front View
			B.6 System board (FGAIN*) Back View        : It is used by a Andalusia model.
			B.7 P-SW board (FG6SW*/FGGSW*/FGASW*) View
			B.8 USB/MDC board (FG6US*/FGGUS*/FGAUS*) View
			B.9 Serial board (FG6SR*/FGGSR*) View
			B.10 Sound board (FG6SN*/FGGSN*/FGASN*) View
			B.11 Finger/Pad Button board (FGGFS*) View
			B.12 Pad Button board (FGGTP*) View
			B.13 SIM board (FGGSM*) View
			B.14 GPU board (FGGNM*) View: It is used by a GPU model.
			B.15 ODD FPC (FGGOD*) View
		Appendix C Pin Assignments
			C.1 CN1400  Memory A connector(200-pin)
			C.2 CN1410  Memory B connector (200-pin)
			C.3 CN1900  SATA HDD interface connector (20-pin)
			C.4 CN1950  SATA ODD interface connector (13-pin)
			C.5 CN1970  eSATA/USB interface connector (20-pin)
			C.6 CN2110  PC CARD interface connector (70-pin)
			C.7 CN2170  Smart Card interface connector (10-pin)
			C.8 CN2300  DOCKING interface connector (140-pin)
			C.31 CN9500 System board interface connector (4-pin)
			C.32 CN3010 MDC interface connector (12-pin)
			C33 CN4610 USB interface connector (4-pin)
			C34 CN4620 USB interface connector (4-pin)
			C.35 CN4621 USB interface connector (4-pin)
			C.36 CN9660 System board interface connector (30-pin)
			C.37 CN3420 Serial interface connector (9-pin)
			C.38 CN9620 System board interface connector (12-pin)
			C.39 CN6050  Int-Mic interface connector (2-pin)
			C.40 CN9300  RTCVCC interface connector (3-pin)
			C.41 CN9630  System board interface connector (30-pin)
			C.42 J6051  Microphone connector (6-pin)
			C.43 J6310  Headphone connector (6-pin)
			C.44 CN3240  Dual point interface connector (12-pin)
			C.45 CN9650  System board interface connector (14-pin)
			C.46 CN3240  Dual point interface connector (12-pin)
			C.47 CN9650  System board interface connector (14-pin)
			C.48 CN9670  System board interface connector (10-pin)
			C.49 CN2451  System board interface connector (230-pin)
			C.50 CN1960  System board interface connector (13-pin)
			C.51 CN1961  ODD interface connector (13-pin)
		Appendix D Keyboard Scan/Character Codes
			D.1 Scan Codes
		Appendix E Key Layout
			E.1 United Kingdom (UK) Keyboard
			E.2 United States (US) Keyboard
		Appendix F Wiring diagrams
			F.1 RGB Monitor Loopback Connector
			F.2 RS-232C Loopback Connector
			F.3 RS-232C direct connection cable (9-pin to 9-pin)
			F.4 RS-232C direct connection cable (9-pin to 25-pin)
			F.5 LAN Loopback Connector
		Appendix G BIOS Rewrite Procedures
		Appendix H EC/KBC Rewrite Procedures
		Appendix I Reliability
Document Text Contents
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Toshiba Personal Computer


Maintenance Manual

First edition July 2008


File Number 960-685

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ii [CONFIDENTIAL] TECRA M10 Maintenance Manual (960-685)


© 2008 by Toshiba Corporation. All rights reserved. Under the copyright laws, this manual
cannot be reproduced in any form without the prior written permission of Toshiba. No patent
liability is assumed with respect to the use of the information contained herein.

Toshiba Personal Computer TECRA M10 Maintenance Manual

First edition July 2008


The information presented in this manual has been reviewed and validated for accuracy. The
included set of instructions and descriptions are accurate for the TECRA M10 at the time of
this manual's production. However, succeeding computers and manuals are subject to
change without notice. Therefore, Toshiba assumes no liability for damages incurred
directly or indirectly from errors, omissions, or discrepancies between any succeeding
product and this manual.


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4.1 Overview 4 Replacement Procedures

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Before You Begin

Take note of the following points before starting work. Always remove the AC adapter and
battery pack before commencing any of the procedures. The procedure for removing the
battery pack is described in section “4.2. Battery Pack”.

1. Do not disassemble the computer unless it is operating abnormally.

2. Use the designated tools.

3. Ensure that the environment for working on and storing parts does not contain any of the

Dust or dirt

Static electricity

Extremely hot, cold, or humid conditions

4. Perform the diagnostic tests described in Chapter 2 to determine which FRU is the cause
of the fault.

5. Do not perform any unnecessary work. Always work in accordance with the disassembly
and re-assembly procedures in this manual.

6. Keep parts removed from the computer in a safe place away from the computer where
they will not be damaged or interfere with your work.

7. Disassembling requires the removal of a large number of screws. Keep removed screws
in a safe place such that you can determine which screws belong to which part.

8. When re-assembling, ensure that you use the correct screws and fit parts in the correct
position. Screw sizes are noted in the text and figures.

9. As all parts have sharp edges and corners, take care not to cut yourself.

10. After replacing an FRU, check that the computer and replaced part operate correctly.

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4 Replacement Procedures 4.1 Overview

Disassembly Procedure

Four main types of cable connector are used.

Pressure plate connector

Spring connector

Back flip connector

Normal pin connector

For pressure plate connectors, slide the pressure plate holding tags on both sides of the
plastic pressure plate on the connector and pull the cable out from the connector. When
reconnecting the cable to the pressure plate connector, slide the pressure plate holding tags
on both sides of the plastic pressure plate on the connector and insert the cable into the
connector. Push both tags of the pressure plate such that the cable is fixed in the correct
position. Pull the cable to ensure that it is securely connected.

For spring connectors, lift up the stopper frees the cable and allow it to be pulled out. To
reconnect, hold the stopper in the up position and insert the cable, then lower the stopper to
secure the cable. Pull the cable to ensure that it is securely connected.

For back flip connectors, lift up the flip plate frees the cable and allow it to be pulled out. To
reconnect, hold the flip plate in the up position and insert the cable, then lower the flip plate
to secure the cable. Pull the cable to ensure that it is securely connected.

Normal pin connectors are used for all other cables. Simply pull out or push in these
connectors to disconnect or reconnect.

Pressure plate connector Spring connector Back flip connector

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Appendix I Reliability Appendices

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Appendix I Reliability

Appendix I Reliability

The following table shows MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures) in maximum configuration.

Table I-1 MTBF

Time (hours)


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Appendices Appendix I Reliability

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