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direct play, nice price, large lcd monitor, fast wireless noise when CPU becomes 100%
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makes a decent paper weight everything about the computer is garbage. the customer support is garbage. Avoid this company at all cost
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I took a chance on a no name brand and I lost...  Gets the job done, for the first year After 1yr, ports stop working. This is not a laptop, unless you want to cook...  sleek, silver fox with DVD player Terrible product.

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CD-ROM Drive Notice

CAUTION: This appliance contains a laser system and is classified as a CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT. To use this model properly, read the instruction manual carefully and keep this manual for your future reference. In case of any trouble with this model, please contact your nearest AUTHORIZED service station. To prevent direct exposure to the laser beam, do not try to open the enclosure.

Safety Instructions

Read the safety instructions carefully and thoroughly. Save this Users Guide for possible use later. Keep this equipment away from humidity and high temperature. Lay this equipment on a stable surface before setting it up. The openings on the enclosure are used for air convection and to prevent the equipment from overheating. Do not cover the openings. 6. Make sure that the power voltage is within its safety range and has been adjusted properly to the value of 100~240V before connecting the equipment to the power inlet. 7. Place the power cord in a way that people are unlikely to step on it. Do not place anything on the power cord. 8. Always unplug the power cord before inserting any add-on card or module. 9. All cautions and warnings on the equipment should be noted. 10. Never pour any liquid into the opening that could damage the equipment or cause an electrical shock. 11. If any of the following situations arises, get the equipment checked by a service personnel: the power cord or plug is damaged. liquid has penetrated into the equipment. the equipment has been exposed to moisture. the equipment has not work well or you can not get it work according to Users Guide. the equipment was dropped and damaged. the equipment has obvious signs of breakage. 12. Do not leave the equipment in an unconditioned environment with a storage temperature of 60OC (140OF) or above, which may damage the equipment. 13. To prevent explosion caused by improper battery replacement, use the same or equivalent type of battery recommended by the manufacturer only. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Copyright Notice

The material in this guide is the intellectual property of AVERATEC. We take every care in the preparation of this document, but no guarantee is given as to the correctness of its contents. Our products are under continual improvement and we reserve the right to make changes without notice. Please note that the setting diagrams or values in this guide are FOR YOUR REFERENCE ONLY. The model you bought may be slightly different from the illustrations and descriptions in this guide. If you are not sure about these information, such as the computers specification and equipment, please call us with 1-877-462-3462, or via e-amil:customercare@aceratec.com.

Left-side View

Knowing the components on the left side of your computer.

Speaker outlet

Power Connector To connect the AC adapter and supply power for the computer. USB Ports The USB 2.0 ports allow you to connect USB-interface peripheral devices, such as the mouse, keyboard, modem, external hard disk module, printer, and more. RJ-45 Connector The 100/10 Ethernet connector is used to connect a LAN cable for network connection. RJ-11 Connector The computer provides a built-in modem that allows you to connect an RJ-11 telephone line through this connector. With the 56K V.90 modem, you can make a dial-up connection.

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Optical Storage Device A slim CD-ROM/DVD-ROM/CD-RW/DVD Combo/DVD Dual drive is available in the computer, depending on the model you purchased. The optical device allows you to use the CD/DVD disc for installing software, accessing data, and playing music/movie on the computer.

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Bottom View
Carefully put the computer upside down, and you can find the core components of the computer.
Battery Pack To supply power to your computer when the AC adapter is not connected (see Introduction to the Power Source in Chapter 4 for more information). HDD Compartment Inside this compartment is the Hard Drive. Mini PCI, Memory, CPU Compartment The built-in wireless LAN card of the computer is installed in this compartment. This compartment also includes two SO-DIMM slots for expanding the memory size up to 2GB. Also include the Central Processor Unit. Please note that the memory installation/replacement must be done by an authorized retailer.

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1.3 Preparing to Operate Connecting the Power
Your Notebook PC is equipped with a high-capacity 8-cell Li-ion battery pack, and it can operate either on the batterys power or AC power. However, for the first time to use your Notebook PC, it is recommended to connect the AC adapter and use the AC power. When the AC adapter is connected, the battery is charged immediately. Please NOTE that the AC adapter included in the package is correct for your Notebook PC; using other adapter model may damage the computer or other devices on the computer.
Connecting the AC Power 1. Unpack the package to find the AC adapter and power cord. 2. Attach the power cord to the connector of the AC adapter ( ). 3. Plug the DC end of the adapter to the computer ( ), and the male end of the power cord to the electrical outlet ( ). 4. When the AC adapter is connected, the green LED on the AC adapter will light up ( ) to indicate that the computer is powered from the electrical outlet.

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Disconnecting the AC Power When you disconnect the AC adapter, you should unplug the power cord from the electrical outlet first, and then unplug the connector from the computer. When unplugging the power cord, always hold the connector part of the cord, never pull the cord.

The AC adapter included in the package is correct for your Notebook PC; using other adapter model may damage the computer or other devices on the computer. When unplugging the power cord, always hold the connector part of the cord ( ), never pull the cord ( ).

Averatec reminds you

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Turning On/Off the Notebook PC
Now, when the AC adapter is connected, you are ready to use your computer.
Opening the Top Cover First, open the top cover by sliding the cover button on the front side of the computer, and then lifting the top cover gently. You can tilt the top cover forward/ backward to the optimal viewing position.
Turning On the Computer 1. Make sure that the computer is connected to the AC power. 2. Press the power button. Once pressed, the power button will light Green to indicate that the computer is turned on. 3. When the computer is turned on, it will first perform a series of diagnostic tests that is called Power-On Self Test (POST). Then, the operating system (such as Microsoft Windows XP in this manual) should start, and you can start to work with your Notebook PC!
Power-On Self Test The POST (Power-On Self Test) is a software controlled diagnostic test tool, which is a set of routines stored in a computers ROM (Read-Only Memory) that tests various system components such as the memory, disk drives, and the keyboard to see whether they are properly connected and operating. If problems are found during booting, these routines alert the user by sounding a series of beeps or displaying a message on the screen.

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Turning Off the Computer In Windows operating system, always use the Shut Down command of the system to turn off the computer. This is the normal operating procedure that can prevent the system problems. 1. 2. Click Start ( ) from the taskbar, and then select the Turn Off Computer option ( ). Click Turn Off ( ) to turn off the system.

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If you are working on a program, such as Microsoft Word, you should save the data and close the program first, and then turn off the computer. Otherwise, you may lose your data. Confirm that the Hard Disk In-use LED is OFF before turning off the computer. Also, remember to remove any CD disk from the drive. Gently tilt down the top cover when you are closing the cover, and make sure that the cover latches click into place securely.

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This chapter introduces the operating basics for your Notebook PC, including the use of keyboard, touchpad, LCD panel, hard disk drive, and optical storage device. It also includes the advanced features such as Direct Play and communication functions.

6200 Series Notebook 6200 Series Notebook PC PC
2.1 Safety and Comfort Tips
I If you are a beginner to the Notebook PC, please read the following tips to make yourself safe and comfortable during the operation. TiSet Up Your rt
Set Up Your Work Environment
The Notebook PC is a poratble platform that allow you to work anywhere. However, choosing a good workspace is important if you have to work with your Notebook PC for long periods of time. Your work area should have enough illumination. Choose the proper desk and chair, and adjust their height to fit your posture when operating. When sitting on the chair, adjust the chairs back (if available) to make your back comfortably. Place your feet flat and naturally on the floor, so that your knees and elbows have the proper position (about 90-degree) when operating. Put your hands on the desk naturally to support your wrists. Adjust the angle/position of the LCD panel, so that you can have the optimal view. Avoid using your Notebook PC in the space where may cause your discomfort (such as on the bed). The Notebook PC is an electrical device, please treat it with great care to avoid personal injury. The proposed temperature in the ambiance is 5~35 Centigrade degree, or 41~95 Fahrenheit degree.
Keep your hands and feet with optimal comfort. Adjust the angle and position of LCD panel.
Sit straight and keep a good posture.

Adjust the desks height.

Adjust the chairs height.
Setting up your work environment

Have a Good Work Habit

Have a good work habit is important if you have to work with your Notebook PC for long periods of time; otherwise, it may cause discomfort or injury to you. Please keep the following tips in mind when operating. Change your posture frequently. Stretch and exercise you body regularly. Remember to take breaks after working for a period of time.
6200 Series Notebook 6200Series Notebook PC PC

2.2 Knowing the Keyboard

The Notebook PCs keyboard provides all the functions of a full-sized 87/88key keyboard, and an additional [Fn] key for specific functions on the computer. How to use keyboard can divide into four categories: Typewriter keys, Cursor keys, Numeric keys, and Function keys.

The Keyboard

Typewriter Keys

The Typewriter Keys

The function of these Typewriter keys is the major function of the keyboard, which is similar to the keys on a typewriter. It also provides several keys for special purposes, such as the [Ctrl], [Alt], and [Esc] keys. When the lock keys are pressed, the corresponding LEDs will light up to indicate their status: Num Lock: Press and hold the [Fn] key, and then press this key to toggle the Num Lock on and off. When this function is activated, you can use the numeric keys that are embedded in the typewriter keys. Caps Lock: Press this key to toggle the Caps Lock on and off. When this function is activated, the letters you type are in uppercase always. Scroll Lock: Press and hold the [Fn] key, and then press this key to toggle the Scroll Lock on and off. This function is defined by individual programs.

Cursor Keys

The keyboard provides four cursor (arrow) keys and [Home], [PgUp], [PgDn], [End] keys at the lower right corner, which are used to control the cursor movement.

The Cursor Keys

Move the cursor left for one space. Move the cursor right for one space. Move the cursor up for one line. Move the cursor down for one line. Move to the previous page. Move to the next page. Move to the beginning of the line (or document). Move to the end of the line (or document).
The Backspace key, [Ins] and [Del] keys at the upper right corner are use for editing purpose.
This key is used to switch the typing mode between insert and overtype modes. Press this key to delete one character to the right of the cursor, and move the following text left for one space. Press this key to delete one character to the left of the cursor, and move the following text left for one space.

Numeric Keys

The keyboard provides a 15-key numeric keypad, which is embedded in the typewriter keys. When the Num Lock is activated, you can use these numeric keys to enter numbers and calculations.

The Numeric Keys

The numeric keys may lose function in some specific software applications. If so, you may use the typewriter keys to input the numbers, or connect an external numeric keypad.

Function Keys

Windows Keys You can find the Windows Logo key ( ) and one Application Logo key ( ) on the keyboard, which are used to perform Windows-specific functions, such as opening the Start menu and launching the shortcut menu. For more information of the two keys, please refer to your Windows manual or online help. [Fn] Key The keyboard provides a [Fn] key ( ) at the lower left corner, which is to be used with another key to perform the alternative function of a key. This combination of keys can be called hot key in operating your Notebook PC, which allows you to perform some special functions easily and quickly. The hot keys includes: Switch the display output mode between the LCD, external monitor, and Both. Increase the LCD brightness. Decrease the LCD brightness. Decrease the built-in speakers volume. Increase the built-in speakers volume. Disable the computers audio function. Force the computer into suspend mode (depending on the system configuration).

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The touchpad integrated in your computer is a pointing device that compatible with the standard mouse, allowing you to control the computer by pointing the location of the cursor on the screen and making selection with its two buttons.

The Touchpad

Cursor Movement Area The pressure-sensitive area of the touchpad, allows you to place your finger on it and control the cursor on the screen by moving your finger. Left Button Acts as the mouses left button. Right Button Acts as the mouses right button. Right/Left Scrolling Arrow Allows you to scroll the cursor right and left. Up/Down Scrolling Arrow Allows you to scroll the cursor up and down.

Using the Touchpad

The following table and diagrams provide some tips that you should know when using the touchpad: Positioning and Moving: Place your finger on the touchpad (usually using the forefinger), and the rectangular pad will act as a miniature duplicate of your display. When you move your fingertip across the pad, the cursor on the screen will move simultaneously in the same direction. When your finger reaches the edge of the pad, lift your finger and replace it on a proper location of the touchpad. Scrolling Right/Left and Up/Down: When your are in a document, the touchpads scrolling function allows you to scroll the document without moving the pointer away from your work. By simply sliding your finger up/down at the right edge of the touchpad, the contents of the current document will scroll vertically; when sliding your finger right/left at the bottom edge of the touchpad, the contents of the current document will scroll horizontally. That is, you can scroll no matter where the pointer happens to be. Point and Click: When you have moved and placed the cursor over an icon, a menu item or a command that you want to execute, simply tap slightly on the touchpad or press the left button to select. This procedure, called as point and click, is the basics of operating your Notebook PC. Unlike the traditional pointing device such as the mouse, the whole touchpad can act as a left button, so that your each tap on the touchpad is equivalent to pressing the left button. Tapping twice more rapidly on the touchpad is to execute a doubleclick. Drag and Drop: You can move files or objects in your computer by using drag-and-drop. To do so, place the cursor on the desired item and slightly tap twice on the touchpad, and then keep your fingertip in contact with the touchpad on the second tap. Now, you can drag the selected item to the desired location by moving your finger on the touchpad, and then lift your finger from the touchpad to drop the item into place. Alternately, you can press and hold the left button when you select a item, and then move your finger to the desired location; finally, release the left button to finish the dragand-drop operation.

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Move the cursor by sliding your fingertip. Put your wrist on the desk comfortably. Using the Touchpad

1. 2. 3.

Do not place heavy/sharp objects on the touchpad; do not scratch the surface of touchpad. Clean the touchpad with soft dry cloth regularly to prevent the dust and liquids on it. When using the touchpad, keep your fingers and the touchpad clean and dry for optimal performance. Do not use excessive force when tapping on the touchpad.

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Configuring the Touchpad
You can customize the pointing device to meet your personal needs. For example, if your are a left-hand user, you may want to swap the functions of the two buttons. In addition, you can change the size, shape, moving speed, and other advanced features of the cursor on the screen. To configure the touchpad, you can use the standard Microsoft or IBM PS/2 driver in your Windows operating system. The Mouse Properties in Control Panel allows you to change the configuration.

Mouse Properties window

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2.4 Using the Optical Storage
Your computer is equipped with an optical storage device, which is know as the CD/DVD-ROM, CD-RW, DVD Combo and DVD Dual drive. The actual device installed in your computer depends on the model you purchased. CD-ROM Drive: allows you to read CD disks, including audio CDs, and CD-R/ RW disks. DVD-ROM Drive: allows you to read DVD disks and CD disks, including movie DVDs, audio CDs, and CD-R/RW disks. CD-RW Drive: allows you to create the CD-R/RW disks containing your own contents. DVD Combo Drive: a cost-effective solution that can work both as a DVD-ROM drive and a CD-RW drive. DVD Dual Drive: a dual format recorder, allowing you to record both the -R/RW and +R/RW formats.
The optical storage devices are classified as a Class 1 Laser products. Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. Do not touch the lens inside the drive.

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Inserting the CD
The following instruction describes the general procedure when operating the optical storage device, including the DVD-ROM drive. 1. 2. Confirm that the computer is turned on. Press the Eject Button on the drives panel ( ), and the CD tray will slide out partially. Then, gently pull the tray out until fully extended ( ). Place your CD in the tray with its label facing up. Slightly press the center of the CD to secure it into place ( ). Push the tray back into the drive.

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Removing the CD
1. 2. 3. 4. Confirm that the computer is turned on. Press the Eject Button on the drives panel, and the CD tray will slide out partially. Then, gently pull the tray out until fully extended. Hold the CD by its edge with your fingers, and then lift it up from the tray. Push the tray back into the drive.
Releasing the CD Manually
If unfortunately you can not release the CD tray by pressing the Eject Button, you can release it manually: 1. 2. Confirm that the computer is turned off. Insert a pointed object (e.g. a straightened clip) into the Emergency Eject Hole ( ), and the CD tray will slide out partially. Then, gently pull the tray out until fully extended ( ). Remove the CD, and then push the tray back into the drive.

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2.5 The Hard Disk Drive
Your computer is equipped with a 2.5-inch IDE (Integrated Drive Electronics) hard disk drive. The hard disk drive is a storage device with much higher speed and larger capacity than other storage devices, such as the floppy disk drive and optical storage devices. Therefore, it is usually used to install the operating system and software applications. The hard disk drive is a non-removable storage device in your computer. However, you can upgrade it by replacing a lager capacity hard disk drive. To do so, please refer to Upgrading Your System in Chapter 6.
To avoid unexpected data loss in your system, please backup your critical files regularly. Do not turn off the computer when the Hard Disk In-use LED is on. Do not remove or install the hard disk drive when the computer is turned on. The replacement of hard disk drive should be done by an authorized retailer or service representative.

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2.6 Using the Video Function Configuring the Display Settings
Your Notebook PC has been set to a default resolution and colors when shipping: Now, you can change the settings to meet your needs through the operating system.
Changing the Resolution and Colors Quality 1. 2. 3. Click Start from the taskbar, and select Control Panel to open the Control Panel window. In the Control Panel, double-click the Display item to open the Display Properties window. In the Screen Resolution field, move the slide bar to adjust the screen resolution; in the Color Quality field, select the desired colors setting from the pull-down menu.
The video solution on your computer.
Adjust the screen resolution.
Adjust the colors quality.

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Changing the Display Output Device 1. 2. 3. 4. Click Start from the taskbar, and select Control Panel to open the Control Panel window. Double-click the Display item to open the Display Properties window. Click the Advanced button to bring up the following window that contains more settings. Under the Displays tab, if you have connected the external display device, such as the CRT monitor or TV, simply select the one you want to use and click OK. (You can also use the hot key [Fn]+[F2] on the keyboard to switch the display output device.)

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2.7 Using the Audio Function Connecting Audio Devices
Your Notebook PC is equipped with a audio subsystem. However, you can also connect the external audio devices for a better audio quality when enjoying your music and movie on the computer. The audio-out jack allows you to connect the speakers and headphones; the microphone jack allows you to connect the external microphone.

Volume Control

Double-click the Volume Control icon on the taskbar, and the Master Volume dialog box will appear as shown below. You can move the slide bar to adjust the volume.

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2.8 Direct Play Function Control Key Function
Control Key function at Direct Play mode
Eject & Stop Vol. down Vol. up Backward Play & Pause

On/Off Menu Forward

Control Key function at Setup Menu mode

Move left

Move right

Move up

Move down Select/Enter
Press to return to the upper-level menu.
Press to enter the sub-menu.
Press to select the highlighted item.

The Recovery CD (x3) includes: Drivers provides the required drivers for the system. Utility contains the powerful utilities that can maximizing your experience in operating the computer. Software Applications MS Works 7.0; CyberLink DVD Solution; Norton AntiVirus 2004; Acrobat Reader 6.0; Windows Media Player 9.0; Quick Time 6.0; NetZero Platinum. User Manual
3.2 Activating Your System
Before using your computer, you need to activate the Windows XP operating system by the following steps. 1. Welcome to Microsoft Windows. After the computer is ready for the pre-use configuration, the screen will show the Welcome to Microsoft Windows message. Click Next to continue. 2. What time zone are you in? The computer will ask your time zone to set your computers clock. In the Time Zone list, click the time zone you are in. For example, select (GMT05:00) Eastern time (US & Canada) if you live in Boston. Mark the check box if you want to automatically adjust clock for day light saving time. Click Next. 3. The End User License Agreement. The End User License Agreement (EULA) describes your legal rights regarding your use of Windows. Please note that you must accept this agreement to continue to use Windows. Check the Yes, I accept item and click Next to proceed to the next step. 4. Whats your computers name? Choose a name for your PC that will help you identify it on your home network, if you have one. In order for your computer to appear on a network, its name cannot be longer than 15 characters or contain any spaces or characters aside from the numbers 0-9, the letters A-Z and a-z, and hyphens. You can also give your computer a friendly description which is optional. Click Next to continue. 5. How will this computer connect to the Internet? Choose one of the options to connect this computer to the Internet. Click Next. 6. Do you want to set up Internet access now? Youve finished setting up Windows and your computer is now ready to use. You can click Yes to set up your computer to connect to the Internet now, or click No to set up later. Click Next to continue. 7. Thank you! Congratulations, youre ready to go! Click Finish to exit. 8. The Windows Login dialog box appears on the screen, click OK to login. 9. Thats right. You can use your Notebook PC now.

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5.6 Boot Settings
Boot Settings Press <Enter> and the following sub-menu appears.
Quick Boot It allows BIOS to skip certain tests while booting. It will save time to boot the system. There are two options available: [Disabled] and [Enabled]. Default setting is [Enabled]. Quiet Boot There are two options available: [Disabled] and [Enabled]. [Disabled] displays normal POST messages. [Enabled] displays OEM Logo Instead of POST messages. Default setting is [Enabled]. PXE support Select [Enabled] to activate PXE support. Default setting is [Disabled]. 1st Boot Device It specifies the boot sequence from the available devices. There are three options available: [PS-QSI CD-RW/DVD-ROM SBW242B], [PM-TOSHIBA MK40255GAS] and [Disabled]. Default setting is [PM-TOSHIBA MK40255GAS].

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5.7 Power Settings
Power Settings Press <Enter> and the following sub-menu appears.
Wake on LAN Wake on Broadcom LAN. There are two options: [Disabled] and [Enabled]. Default setting is [Enabled]. Wake on MDC There are two options: [Disabled] and [Enabled]. Default setting is [Enabled]. RTC Resume It will Enable/Disable RTC wake from sleep states. Default setting is [Disabled].

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5.8 Exit Options
Exit Options Press <Enter> and the following sub-menu appears.
Save Changes and Exit Exit system with saving the changes. Discard Changes and Exit Exit system setup without saving any change. Press Enter or ESC can set up this option. Discard Changes Discard Changes without exiting. It is used when you need to change something else. Load Optimal Defaults Turn setting all back to defaults.

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You can expand the capabilities of your Notebook PC and upgrade your system for your necessary. This chapter introduces the installation of optional devices/components for your Notebook PC.
6.1 Connecting the External Devices
The I/O (input/output) ports on the rear panel of the computer allow you to connect peripheral devices. For the information of these I/O ports, please refer to Quick Components Guide in Chapter 1.
Connecting the Peripheral Devices
Connecting the TV (PC only) The S-Video connector of your computer allows you to use a TV to display the computer images for your specific purpose, such as enjoying your DVD movies. To connect a TV, you will need the S-Video cable (not included). Then, you can configure the display settings as described in the section Using the Video Function of Chapter 2. Connecting the USB Devices The USB 2.0 ports of your computer allow you to connect many peripheral devices, such as the mouse, keyboard, speakers, modem, external hard disk module, printer, and more. The USB-standard interface supports plug-andplay technology, so that you can connect and remove the USB devices without turning off the computer. To connect the USB device, simply connect the cable of the device to the USB port of your computer. Connecting the External Monitor You can connect an external monitor to your computer through the VGA port for a larger view with higher resolution. To connect the monitor: 1. 2. 3. 4. Confirm that the computer is turned off. Plug the monitors D-type connector into the computers VGA port. Connect the monitors power cord, and then turn on the monitor. Turn on the computer, and the monitor should respond by default. If not, you can switch the display mode by pressing [Fn]+[F2]. Alternately, you can change the display mode by configuring the settings in Display Properties of Windows operating system.

Special Feature Introduction
This Notebook PC provide a special feature for user. As long as the battery of this notebook PC is fully charged. The USB ports on this Notebook PC are always on even in power off state. User can use this feature to charge some kind of mobile devices, such as PDA, MP3 player or mobile phone when needed. User need a specific cable for connecting USB port of notebook PC and the device. Please check the device provider for that cable.
Connecting the Communication Devices
Using the LAN The RJ-45 connector of the computer allows you to connect the LAN (local area network) devices, such as a hub, switch, and gateway, to build a network connection. This built-in 10/100 Base-T LAN module supports data transfer rate up to 100Mbps. The following diagram describes the basic connection in a network environment. For more instructions or detailed steps on connecting to the LAN, please ask your MIS staff or network manager for help.

INTERNET/ INTRANET

You are strongly recommended to install the LAN driver included in the software CD of your computer to take full advantage of the LAN feature.
Using the Modem The built-in 56Kbps fax/data modem allows you to use a telephone line to communicate with others, or to dial-up to connect the Internet. It should be noticed that Cable size has to be at least 26 or above. The following diagram provides the basic connection of modem. For more instructions or detailed steps on dialing-up through the modem, please ask your MIS staff or Internet service provider (ISP) for help.
To reduce the risk of fire, use only No. 26 AWG or larger telecommunication line cord. You are strongly recommended to install the modem driver included in the software CD of your computer to take full advantage of the modem feature.

Installing the PC Card

The PC card slot of your computer allows you to install comprehensive TypeII PC cards that support various functions for your necessary, including the LAN/WLAN card, modem card, and memory card. The following instruction provides you with a basic installation for the PC card, including how to install and remove it. For more information, please refer to the manual of your PC card. Installing the PC card 1. 2. Locate the PC card slot on your notebook computer. If there is the dummy card in the slot, remove it first. Insert the PC card into the slot (usually with its label facing up) and push it until it is firmly seated.
Removing the PC card 1. 2. Press the Eject Button to make it stretch out. Push the Eject Button ( ) and the PC card will slide out slightly. Then, pull it out of the slot ( ).

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Copyright Notice

The material in this guide is the intellectual property of AVERATEC. We take every care in the preparation of this document, but no guarantee is given as to the correctness of its contents. Our products are under continual improvement and we reserve the right to make changes without notice. Please note that the setting diagrams or values in this guide are FOR YOUR REFERENCE ONLY. The model you bought may be slightly different from the illustrations and descriptions in this guide. If you are not sure about these information, such as the computers specification and equipment, please call us with 1-877-462-3462, or via e-amil:customercare@averatec.com.

Trademarks

* * All trademarks are the properties of their respective owners. Microsoft is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. Windows 98/ME/2000/XP are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. AMI is a registered trademark of American Megatrends Inc. PCMCIA is registered trademarks of the Personal Computer Memory Card International Association.

Release History

Version 1.0 Revision Note First release Date Sep. 2004

Table of Content

Getting Started
1.1 Before You Begin...1-2 Unpacking...1-2 Features and Benefits..1-3 1.2 Quick Components Guide..1-4 Top-open View...1-4 Front View....1-6 Right-side View...1-8 Left-side View...1-10 Bottom View...1-12 1.3 Preparing to Operate...1-13 Connecting the Power...1-13 Turning On/Off the Notebook PC...1-15
Basics of Using Notebook PC
2.1 Safety and Comfort Tips...2-2 Set Up Your Work Environment..2-2 Have a Good Work Habit..2-3 2.2 Knowing the Keyboard..2-4 Typewriter Keys...2-5 Cursor Keys...2-6 Numeric Keys..2-7 Function Keys..2-8 2.3 Knowing the Touchpad..2-9 Using the Touchpad... 2-10 Configuring the Touchpad..2-12
2.4 Using the Optical Storage Device..2-13 Inserting the CD...2-14 Removing the CD...2-15 Releasing the CD Manually...2-15 2.5 The Hard Disk Drive...2-16 2.6 Using the Video Function...2-17 Configuring the Display Settings..2-17 2.7 Using the Audio Function...2-19 Connecting Audio Devices...2-19 Volume Control...2-19 2.8 Direct Play Function..2-20 Control Key Function...2-20 Key Definition..2-21 Message on the LCM..2-22
Using the Software Applications
3.1 Using the Recovery CD..3-2 Resuming the Operating System..3-2 3.3 Activating Your System..3-4

Power Management

4.1 Introduction to the Power Source..4-2 The AC Adapter...4-2 The Battery Pack...4-3 4.2 Managing the Power...4-6 Power Options...4-6

BIOS Setup

5.1 Using BIOS Setup Utility..5-2 When to Use BIOS Setup?...5-2 How to Run BIOS Setup?...5-2 Control Keys...5-3 5.2 Main Menu...5-4 5.3 System Overview...5-6 5.4 Advanced Settings...5-8 5.5 Security Settings...5-10 5.6 Boot Settings..5-11 5.7 Power Settings...5-12 5.8 Exit Options.. 5-13.

1.2 Quick Components Guide
This section provides the multi-views of your Notebook PC, and briefly introduces the function of each component.

Top-open View

Press the Cover Latch to open the top cover (see page 1-6), and you can find the main operating area of your computer.
Display Panel The 15.4-inch WXGA TFT color LCD screen displays the output of the computer. Quick Launch Buttons and Power Button: - Power Button: to turn the computer power ON and OFF. - Quick Launch Button: this one-touch button allows you to turn on/ off the wireless LAN function easily. Keyboard The built-in keyboard provides all the functions of a full-sized 87/88-key keyboard (see Using Keyboard in Chapter 2 for more information). Touchpad The pointing device of the computer (see Using Touchpad in Chapter 2 for more information). Stereo Speakers The next-generation high quality speakers send out the sound and voice from the computer. LCM Panel The innovative DVD Direct Play function with the fancy LCM panel will bring you with a whole new multimedia experience.

Front View

Knowing the components on the front side of your computer.
Volume Increase-Decrease Controller Press + button to increase volume level and press - to decrease volume level. Cover Latch Slide this button toward the right to open the top cover. LCM Panel It shows the status of direct playing control. Front Panel Control Buttons The direct play bar. The following table shows the Key Definition.
Key AV_MODE (DVD) Stop/Eject Play/Pause CH-/CH+ Menu Power Menu Power Menu Power MENU DVD OK/Enter --LCD -----
Consumer Infrared It is used to transfer the Remote Controller signal to control the device. Audio Port Connectors - Line Out is a connector for speakers or headphones; - MIC is a connector for microphones. MIC Line Out

Right-side View

Knowing the components on the right side of your computer.
Status LED - Battery Status (Green/Orange): ON (Green) - battery is fully charged; ON (Orange) - battery is charging; Blinking (Orange) - battery low or bad. - Power On/Off/Suspend (Blue): Blinking - system in suspend mode; ON - system fully on; OFF - system off. - Wireless LAN (Green): ON - wireless LAN enabled; OFF - wireless LAN disabled. PC Card Slot The computer provides a PC card slot to support one Type-II PC card for expansion functions, such as LAN/WLAN card, modem card, memory card, etc. Ventilator The ventilator is designed to cool the system. DO NOT block the ventilator for air circulation. S-Video Connector By using a Super VHS (S-Video) cable, this connector allows you to connect a television (NTSC/PAL system) for a great view of the computer display.

Connecting the AC Power 1. Unpack the package to find the AC adapter and power cord. 2. Attach the power cord to the connector of the AC adapter ( ). 3. Plug the DC end of the adapter to the computer ( ), and the male end of the power cord to the electrical outlet ( ). 4. When the AC adapter is connected, the green LED on the AC adapter will light up ( ) to indicate that the computer is powered from the electrical outlet.

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Disconnecting the AC Power When you disconnect the AC adapter, you should unplug the power cord from the electrical outlet first, and then unplug the connector from the computer. When unplugging the power cord, always hold the connector part of the cord, never pull the cord.
The AC adapter included in the package is correct for your Notebook PC; using other adapter model may damage the computer or other devices on the computer. When unplugging the power cord, always hold the connector part of the cord ( ), never pull the cord ( ).

Averatec reminds you

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Turning On/Off the Notebook PC
Now, when the AC adapter is connected, you are ready to use your computer.
Opening the Top Cover First, open the top cover by sliding the cover button on the front side of the computer, and then lifting the top cover gently. You can tilt the top cover forward/ backward to the optimal viewing position.
Turning On the Computer 1. Make sure that the computer is connected to the AC power. 2. Press the power button. Once pressed, the power button will light Green to indicate that the computer is turned on. 3. When the computer is turned on, it will first perform a series of diagnostic tests that is called Power-On Self Test (POST). Then, the operating system (such as Microsoft Windows XP in this manual) should start, and you can start to work with your Notebook PC!
Power-On Self Test The POST (Power-On Self Test) is a software controlled diagnostic test tool, which is a set of routines stored in a computers ROM (Read-Only Memory) that tests various system components such as the memory, disk drives, and the keyboard to see whether they are properly connected and operating. If problems are found during booting, these routines alert the user by sounding a series of beeps or displaying a message on the screen.

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Turning Off the Computer In Windows operating system, always use the Shut Down command of the system to turn off the computer. This is the normal operating procedure that can prevent the system problems. 1. 2. Click Start ( ) from the taskbar, and then select the Turn Off Computer option ( ). Click Turn Off ( ) to turn off the system.

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Move the cursor by sliding your fingertip. Put your wrist on the desk comfortably. Using the Touchpad

1. 2. 3.

Do not place heavy/sharp objects on the touchpad; do not scratch the surface of touchpad. Clean the touchpad with soft dry cloth regularly to prevent the dust and liquids on it. When using the touchpad, keep your fingers and the touchpad clean and dry for optimal performance. Do not use excessive force when tapping on the touchpad.

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Configuring the Touchpad
You can customize the pointing device to meet your personal needs. For example, if your are a left-hand user, you may want to swap the functions of the two buttons. In addition, you can change the size, shape, moving speed, and other advanced features of the cursor on the screen. To configure the touchpad, you can use the standard Microsoft or IBM PS/2 driver in your Windows operating system. The Mouse Properties in Control Panel allows you to change the configuration.

Mouse Properties window

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2.4 Using the Optical Storage
Your computer is equipped with an optical storage device, which is know as the CD/DVD-ROM, CD-RW, DVD Combo and DVD Dual drive. The actual device installed in your computer depends on the model you purchased. CD-ROM Drive: allows you to read CD disks, including audio CDs, and CD-R/ RW disks. DVD-ROM Drive: allows you to read DVD disks and CD disks, including movie DVDs, audio CDs, and CD-R/RW disks. CD-RW Drive: allows you to create the CD-R/RW disks containing your own contents. DVD Combo Drive: a cost-effective solution that can work both as a DVD-ROM drive and a CD-RW drive. DVD Dual Drive: a dual format recorder, allowing you to record both the -R/RW and +R/RW formats.
The optical storage devices are classified as a Class 1 Laser products. Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. Do not touch the lens inside the drive.

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Inserting the CD
The following instruction describes the general procedure when operating the optical storage device, including the DVD-ROM drive. 1. 2. Confirm that the computer is turned on. Press the Eject Button on the drives panel ( ), and the CD tray will slide out partially. Then, gently pull the tray out until fully extended ( ). Place your CD in the tray with its label facing up. Slightly press the center of the CD to secure it into place ( ). Push the tray back into the drive.

Changing the Resolution and Colors Quality 1. 2. 3. Click Start from the taskbar, and select Control Panel to open the Control Panel window. In the Control Panel, double-click the Display item to open the Display Properties window. In the Screen Resolution field, move the slide bar to adjust the screen resolution; in the Color Quality field, select the desired colors setting from the pull-down menu.
The video solution on your computer.
Adjust the screen resolution.
Adjust the colors quality.

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Changing the Display Output Device 1. 2. 3. 4. Click Start from the taskbar, and select Control Panel to open the Control Panel window. Double-click the Display item to open the Display Properties window. Click the Advanced button to bring up the following window that contains more settings. Under the Displays tab, if you have connected the external display device, such as the CRT monitor or TV, simply select the one you want to use and click OK. (You can also use the hot key [Fn]+[F2] on the keyboard to switch the display output device.)

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2.7 Using the Audio Function Connecting Audio Devices
Your Notebook PC is equipped with a audio subsystem. However, you can also connect the external audio devices for a better audio quality when enjoying your music and movie on the computer. The audio-out jack allows you to connect the speakers and headphones; the microphone jack allows you to connect the external microphone.

Volume Control

Double-click the Volume Control icon on the taskbar, and the Master Volume dialog box will appear as shown below. You can move the slide bar to adjust the volume.

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2.8 Direct Play Function Control Key Function
Control Key function at Direct Play mode
Eject & Stop Vol. down Vol. up Backward Play & Pause

On/Off Menu Forward

Control Key function at Setup Menu mode

Move left

Move right

Move up

Move down Select/Enter
Press to return to the upper-level menu.
Press to enter the sub-menu.
Press to select the highlighted item.
Press / to scroll through the menu items.
Example of using control keys at Setup Menu mode

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Key Definition
Remote Controller : Next CH+ turn to FW, and Pre CH- turn to RW, by pressing the buttom over 1 second. MENU CH-/<< 06 STOP 09 REPEAT OC Remote control key define in any mode ITEM PLAY/PAUSE STOP << >> VOL+ VOLAV_MODE (DVD) PLAY/PAUSE STOP/EJECT CH-/REWIND CH+/FORWARD VOL+ VOLDVD OK/ENTER ----------MENU LCD OK ----------PLAY STOP CHCH+ VOL+ VOL----//+ VOCAL MENU POWER VOCAL MENU POWER --MENU POWER --MENU POWER ----MUTE MEDIA --PC 07 AUDIO 0A 01 PLAY/PAUSE CH+/>> 08 VOL+ 0B VOLOD POWER 02

Before using your computer, you need to activate the Windows XP operating system by the following steps. 1. Welcome to Microsoft Windows. After the computer is ready for the pre-use configuration, the screen will show the Welcome to Microsoft Windows message. Click Next to continue. 2. What time zone are you in? The computer will ask your time zone to set your computers clock. In the Time Zone list, click the time zone you are in. For example, select (GMT05:00) Eastern time (US & Canada) if you live in Boston. Mark the check box if you want to automatically adjust clock for day light saving time. Click Next. 3. The End User License Agreement. The End User License Agreement (EULA) describes your legal rights regarding your use of Windows. Please note that you must accept this agreement to continue to use Windows. Check the Yes, I accept item and click Next to proceed to the next step. 4. Whats your computers name? Choose a name for your PC that will help you identify it on your home network, if you have one. In order for your computer to appear on a network, its name cannot be longer than 15 characters or contain any spaces or characters aside from the numbers 0-9, the letters A-Z and a-z, and hyphens. You can also give your computer a friendly description which is optional. Click Next to continue. 5. How will this computer connect to the Internet? Choose one of the options to connect this computer to the Internet. Click Next. 6. Do you want to set up Internet access now? Youve finished setting up Windows and your computer is now ready to use. You can click Yes to set up your computer to connect to the Internet now, or click No to set up later. Click Next to continue. 7. Thank you! Congratulations, youre ready to go! Click Finish to exit. 8. The Windows Login dialog box appears on the screen, click OK to login. 9. Thats right. You can use your Notebook PC now.
This chapter tells you how to manage the power effectively, in order to maintain the longest battery life and increase the productivity when you are using the computer.
4.1 Introduction to the Power Source
Your Notebook PC provides a universal AC adapter and a high-performance Li-ion battery in the package, and it can operate either on the batterys power or AC power.

The AC Adapter

The AC adapter included in your Notebook PC is a universal AC adapter that can operate on any voltage ranging from 100~240V AC. This allows you to use your computer at any place when traveling. The AC adapter is used as a converter that transfers the alternating current (AC) to direct current (DC), to supply power to your computer. Also, it can charge the battery pack when connected. The AC adapter consists of two parts: the adapter ( ) and the power cord ( ).
The AC adapter included in the package is correct for your Notebook PC; using other adapter model may damage the computer or other devices on the computer. When unplugging the power cord, always hold the connector part of the cord, never pull the cord.

The Windows XP operating system supports ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Power Interface), which allows you to manage the computer power easily and efficiently. With the ACPI function, the power can be distributed to different components individually according to their needs. This is helpful to provide you with the maximum battery usage or optimal system performance.

Power Options

In order to maintain sufficient power for optimal system operation, please set up the most appropriate configuration for your computer. The following instructions describe the Power Options setup procedures: 1. 2. 3. 4. Click Start from the taskbar, and then select Control Panel to open the Control Panel window. Click Performance and Maintenance. In Performance and Maintenance window, click the Power Options item to open the Power Option Properties window. Under the Power Schemes tab, you can set up the most appropriate configuration for your computer.
Select one Power Scheme that is best fit to your computer (see the table in page 4-11 for more instructions). Set up the related settings in these field.
Under the Alarms tab, you can activate the battery alarm function by checking the options in Low battery alarm and Critical battery alarm fields. Once activated, adjust the slide bar to set up the low or critical power level (the default setting is 10%).
Click Alarm Action within the fields to set up the actions when the power has reached the preset low or critical level.
Set up the actions: Stand by, Hibernate, or Shut down.
Under the Advanced tab, you can set up the actions when pressing the power button, sleep button, and closing the LCD panel.
Set up the Power buttons function: Stand by, Hibernate, or Shut down.
Pressing [Fn]+[F12] allows your computer to enter suspend mode immediately. When you are alarmed for the low battery power, please save your data as soon as possible. Also, if available, connect the AC adapter before you continue operating. Do not use the card reader or other storage devices when the battery power is low. The access time may be longer than the time you can operate. Otherwise, you may lose your critical data or files.

System Date This allows you to set the system date you want (usually the current date). The status is <day> <month> <date> <year>. Use [ENTER], [TAB] or [SHIFTTAB] to select a field and use Shift plus [+] to increase values and single [-] to decrease values. Month The month from Jan. through Dec. You can press Shift and + to increase the number or key number directly in the field. Date The date from 1 to 31 can be keyed by numeric function keys. Year The year can be adjusted by users. Day Day of the week, from Sun to Sat, the data shows according to what the date you set, automatically calculated by BIOS. Read-only.

5.4 Advanced Settings

The Advanced menu contains CPU Configuration, IDE Configuration , SuperIO Configuration and USB Configuration. First it shows the warning message about malfunction may cause because of your error settings. Therefore, you must be careful before changing any default value.
CPU Configuration To set options for CPU. Once you enter this field, you will see information about CPU manufacture and specification. Two Functions can be set by users. ACPI APIC support Include ACPI APIC table pointer to RSDT pointer list. Press enter on this option to enable or disable the function. The default is [Enabled]. Hyper Threading Function Enter this option to enable or disable this function. The default is [Disabled].
IDE Configuration Once you press <Enter>, it will show the screen below:
Primary IDE Master It shows information of Primary IDE Master including Device, Vendor, Size, LBA Mode, Block Mode, PIO Mode, Async DMA, Ultra DMA and S.M.A.R.T. Primary IDE Slave It shows information of Primary IDE Master including Device, Vendor, Size, LBA Mode, PIO Mode, Async DMA and Ultra DMA. Hard Disk Write Protect Disable/Enable device write protection. This will be effective only if device is accessed through BIOS. USB Devices Enabled It shows enabled USB Devices if there is at least one enabled. If there is no USB Devices enabled, it will show status by None. Legacy USB Support It enables support for legacy USB. There are three options available: [Disabled], [Enabled] and [Auto]. [Auto] disables legacy support if no USB devices are connected.

5.5 Security Settings

Security Settings Press <Enter> and the following sub-menu appears.
It first shows the status of Password Installation. It will show Not Installed if there is no password installed. Change Supervisor Password To install or change Supervisor Password by enter new password. Change User Password To install or change User Password by enter new password. Clear User Password It is a quick way to clear supervisor and user password by two options: [Ok]/[Cancel].

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5.6 Boot Settings
Boot Settings Press <Enter> and the following sub-menu appears.
Quick Boot It allows BIOS to skip certain tests while booting. It will save time to boot the system. There are two options available: [Disabled] and [Enabled]. Default setting is [Enabled]. Quiet Boot There are two options available: [Disabled] and [Enabled]. [Disabled] displays normal POST messages. [Enabled] displays OEM Logo Instead of POST messages. Default setting is [Enabled]. PXE support Select [Enabled] to activate PXE support. Default setting is [Disabled]. 1st Boot Device It specifies the boot sequence from the available devices. There are three options available: [PS-QSI CD-RW/DVD-ROM SBW242B], [PM-TOSHIBA MK40255GAS] and [Disabled]. Default setting is [PM-TOSHIBA MK40255GAS].

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5.7 Power Settings
Power Settings Press <Enter> and the following sub-menu appears.
Wake on LAN Wake on Broadcom LAN. There are two options: [Disabled] and [Enabled]. Default setting is [Enabled]. Wake on MDC There are two options: [Disabled] and [Enabled]. Default setting is [Enabled]. RTC Resume It will Enable/Disable RTC wake from sleep states. Default setting is [Disabled].

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5.8 Exit Options
Exit Options Press <Enter> and the following sub-menu appears.
Save Changes and Exit Exit system with saving the changes. Discard Changes and Exit Exit system setup without saving any change. Press Enter or ESC can set up this option. Discard Changes Discard Changes without exiting. It is used when you need to change something else. Load Optimal Defaults Turn setting all back to defaults.

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You can expand the capabilities of your Notebook PC and upgrade your system for your necessary. This chapter introduces the installation of optional devices/components for your Notebook PC.
6.1 Connecting the External Devices
The I/O (input/output) ports on the rear panel of the computer allow you to connect peripheral devices. For the information of these I/O ports, please refer to Quick Components Guide in Chapter 1.
Connecting the Peripheral Devices
Connecting the TV (PC only) The S-Video connector of your computer allows you to use a TV to display the computer images for your specific purpose, such as enjoying your DVD movies. To connect a TV, you will need the S-Video cable (not included). Then, you can configure the display settings as described in the section Using the Video Function of Chapter 2. Connecting the USB Devices The USB 2.0 ports of your computer allow you to connect many peripheral devices, such as the mouse, keyboard, speakers, modem, external hard disk module, printer, and more. The USB-standard interface supports plug-andplay technology, so that you can connect and remove the USB devices without turning off the computer. To connect the USB device, simply connect the cable of the device to the USB port of your computer. Connecting the External Monitor You can connect an external monitor to your computer through the VGA port for a larger view with higher resolution. To connect the monitor: 1. 2. 3. 4. Confirm that the computer is turned off. Plug the monitors D-type connector into the computers VGA port. Connect the monitors power cord, and then turn on the monitor. Turn on the computer, and the monitor should respond by default. If not, you can switch the display mode by pressing [Fn]+[F2]. Alternately, you can change the display mode by configuring the settings in Display Properties of Windows operating system.

Special Feature Introduction
This Notebook PC provide a special feature for user. As long as the battery of this notebook PC is fully charged. The USB ports on this Notebook PC are always on even in power off state. User can use this feature to charge some kind of mobile devices, such as PDA, MP3 player or mobile phone when needed. User need a specific cable for connecting USB port of notebook PC and the device. Please check the device provider for that cable.
Connecting the Communication Devices
Using the LAN The RJ-45 connector of the computer allows you to connect the LAN (local area network) devices, such as a hub, switch, and gateway, to build a network connection. This built-in 10/100 Base-T LAN module supports data transfer rate up to 100Mbps. The following diagram describes the basic connection in a network environment. For more instructions or detailed steps on connecting to the LAN, please ask your MIS staff or network manager for help.

INTERNET/ INTRANET

You are strongly recommended to install the LAN driver included in the software CD of your computer to take full advantage of the LAN feature.
Using the Modem The built-in 56Kbps fax/data modem allows you to use a telephone line to communicate with others, or to dial-up to connect the Internet. It should be noticed that Cable size has to be at least 26 or above. The following diagram provides the basic connection of modem. For more instructions or detailed steps on dialing-up through the modem, please ask your MIS staff or Internet service provider (ISP) for help.
To reduce the risk of fire, use only No. 26 AWG or larger telecommunication line cord. You are strongly recommended to install the modem driver included in the software CD of your computer to take full advantage of the modem feature.

6220 Series Notebook PC

Installing the PC Card
The PC card slot of your computer allows you to install comprehensive TypeII PC cards that support various functions for your necessary, including the LAN/WLAN card, modem card, and memory card. The following instruction provides you with a basic installation for the PC card, including how to install and remove it. For more information, please refer to the manual of your PC card. Installing the PC card 1. 2. Locate the PC card slot on your notebook computer. If there is the dummy card in the slot, remove it first. Insert the PC card into the slot (usually with its label facing up) and push it until it is firmly seated.
Removing the PC card 1. 2. Press the Eject Button to make it stretch out. Push the Eject Button ( ) and the PC card will slide out slightly. Then, pull it out of the slot ( ).
Do not hold the golden finger when installing the PC card; otherwise, it may cause interference or damage to the PC card. Before removing the PC card, you should stop the device in Windows operating system.

6.2 Safely Remove Hardware
If you connect any peripheral device to your system, the Safely Remove Hardware icon ( ) will appear on the taskbar. Double-click the icon to bring up the Safely Remove Hardware dialog box. You can see all connected peripheral devices here. If you want to remove any of the devices, move the cursor to the device and then click Stop.

Select

The following dialog box is to confirm the device to be removed. Click OK to continue.
You have successfully removed the device. Click Close to exit.
6.3 Upgrading your System
You can upgrade your Notebook PC through the following ways: 1) 2) 3) adding memory to a maximum of 2GB. replacing the hard disk drive. replacing the CPU.
To ensure a trouble-free operation and reduce the risk when working, you should take good care of your computer. This chapter provides the basic guidelines to protect your computer and critical data.
7.1 Protecting Your Notebook PC
We understand that the Notebook PC is a valuable investment and how important the data stored in your system meant to you. Therefore, we provide the following suggestions to protect your system.

Locking Your Computer

When you use the computer in the public area, you can secure your computer on the immovable object (such as a desk) by connecting a Kensingtoncompatible lock. 1. 2. 3. Loop the cable around the immovable object. Plug the lock into the Kensington Lock hole of the computer, and lock it up with the key. Keep the key in a safe and personal location.
The Kensington lock is not included in your package; however, it is available in the computer store. It can protect your computer from being stolen.

Setting Up Password

Power-on Password You can protect your computer from unauthorized use by setting up a boot password. Once the boot password is set, it will bring up a dialog box requesting for the password whenever the computer is turned on. The boot password is stored in the BIOS. To set up the password, please refer to the instruction in Chapter 5.
Operating System Password In addition to the boot password, you can also set up the password in the operating system, such as the login password and screen saver password. Once the login password is set, it will ask you to enter the user name and password when logging in Windows. For more information on setting the system password, please refer to the manual or online help of your operating system.
Remember the passwords once they are set. If, unfortunately, you forgot the passwords, please contact your local dealer for assistance. You are recommended to set up the password; it can protect your computer from being used by unauthorized users.
Using the Anti-Virus Protection
About Computer Virus In one word, the computer virus is a program that replicates; therefore, it will need to attach itself to other program files, such as.exe,.com,.dll files. The virus start to wreak havoc within the computer whenever these executable programs execute. The destructive portion of a virus can range from overwriting critical information stored on your hard disks partition table to scrambling the numbers in your spreadsheets to just taunting you with sounds, pictures, or obnoxious effects.

Using the Battery Pack

Battery Safety Tips Replacing or handling the battery incorrectly may present a risk of fire or explosion, which could cause serious injury. Only replace the main battery pack with the same or equivalent type of battery. Do not disassemble, short-circuit, or incinerate batteries or expose them to temperatures above +60OC (+140OF). Do not temper with batteries. Keep them away from children. Do not use rusty or damaged batteries. Dispose of batteries according to local regulations. Check with your local solid waste officials for details about recycling options or for proper disposal in your area.
Conserving Battery Power Efficient battery power is critical to maintain a normal operation of the system. If the battery power is not managed well, your saved data and customized settings may be lost. Follow these tips to help optimize battery life and avoid a sudden power loss. Suspend system operation if the system will be idle for a while or shorten the Suspend Timers time period. Power off the system if you wont be using it for a period of time. Disable unneeded settings or remove idle peripherals to conserve power. Connect an AC adapter to the system whenever possible.
Charging the Battery Pack The battery pack can be charged while it is installed in the Notebook PC. Please NOTE that the following with respect to charging or changing the battery pack: If a charged battery pack is not available, save your work and close all running programs, then shut down the system or Save-to-Disk. Plug in an external AC/DC power source. You can use the system, suspend system operation, or shut down and turn off the system without interrupting the charging process. The battery pack uses Lithium ion battery cells that have no memory effect. You do not need to discharge the battery pack before you begin charging. However, to optimized the life of your battery pack, we suggest that once a month the power is consumed entirely. If you do not use the Notebook PC for a long time, it is suggested to remove the battery pack from your computer. This may be helpful to extend your battery life. The actual charging time will be determined by the applications in use.

 

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