Dell Venue 11 Pro (5130-32Bit) User Manual

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Statement of Volatility

– Dell Venue 11 Pro-5130

CAUTION: A CAUTION indicates either potential damage to hardware or loss of data and tells you how to avoid the
problem.

The Dell Venue 11 Pro contains both volatile and non-volatile (NV) components. Volatile components lose their data
immediately after power is removed from the component. Non-volatile (NV) components continue to retain their data even
after power is removed from the component. The following NV components are present on the Dell Venue 11 Pro system
board.

Table 1. List of Non-Volatile Components on System Board

Description

Reference
Designator

Volatility Description

User
Accessible
for external
data

Remedial Action (Action
necessary to prevent loss of
data)

Embedded
Flash in
embedded
controller
MEC1641

U3001

288 KB user space of
embedded Flash memory
with direct JTAG & LPC-
protected 2 pages at or Near
Top of memory for
password.

No

N/A

Panel
EEDID
EEPROM

Part of panel
assembly

Non Volatile memory
64Kbytes.

No

Part of panel assembly

System
BIOS

U2802

Non Volatile memory, 128
Mbit (16 MB) Serial flash
(SpiFlash ROM) which
contains System BIOS,
Video BIOS, and TXE which
supports Secure Boot,
accelerating commonly used
encryption algorithm in HW
and enables Security Apps
for basic boot operation.

No

N/A

Video
BIOS

U2802

As stated above, embedded
in the 128-Mbit serial flash
(SpiFlash ROM)

No

N/A

System
Memory –
LPDDR3
memory

System
Memory –
DDR3L
memory

U1601,U1701

U1401,U1402,

U1601,U1602

Volatile memory

2GB 1.2V LPDDR3
memory, two FBGA dies,
each die contains 8 Gb
capacity (x32, 2 channels)

2GB 1.35V DDR3L-RS
memory, four FBGA dies,
each die contains 4Gb
capacity (512MB, 32Mb x 16
x 8 banks)

Yes

Power off system

Embedded
Flash in
embedded

U3101

Embedded Flash –

NV-RAM 8KB user flash.

No

N/A

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