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P20U

For safety reasons, please ensure that the power cord is disconnected before opening the case.

  1. Unscrew four screws of the back cover.
  2. Pull the back cover upward and remove it.
  1. Place an HDD or SSD in the rack and secure with the four screws from the sides. Affix the EMI shielding gasket with the adhesive tape, as shown.
  2. Tear off the adhesive tape of the serial ATA and power cable.
  3. Connect the Serial ATA and power cable to the HDD or SSD. Slide the rack into the chassis and refasten the screws.

This mainboard does only support 1.2 V DDR4 SO-DIMM memory modules.

  1. Locate the SO-DIMM slot on the mainboard.
  2. Align the notch of the memory module with the one of the memory slot.
  3. Gently insert the module into the slot in a 45-degree angle.
  4. Carefully push down the memory module until it snaps into the locking mechanism.
  5. Repeat the above steps to install additional memory modules, if required.
  1. As shown, unfasten the screw first.
  2. Install the M.2 device into the M.2 slot and secure with the screw.

Daughterboard (CM008)

  1. Replace the back cover and refasten the screws.
  2. Complete.

The touch of your finger replaces the input devices and is all you need to operate the P20U.

Notes before firmware update:
- The firmware update can only be performed under Windows 10.
- Do not touch the screen during the firmware update process.

Please refer to the following steps to update the touch firmware:

  1. Please download the firmware update tool from the link. Download link: Touch Firmware Update Tool
  2. Unzip the ILI25110AT116P00_V6000-0003_ ODM After bonding_SensorTest_20191202.zip.
  3. Run SensorTest.exe.
  4. Click on Start Test to update the firmware.

Once the firmware update is completed, the red box is displayed as follows.

Fw Ver.Check [0x] : 6.0.0.0.ff.ff.ff.ff
Fw Upgrade : OK
  • Last modified: 2020/05/25 12:45
  • by TS