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VGN-BZ560 Configure-to-Order
VAIO BZ Series Notebook PC
Business PC featuring security, durability and IT-accessible design
POWERFUL PC PERFORMANCE Discover a new world of mobile computing with Intel Centrino 2 processor technology the latest innovation from Intel. Faster and more efficient than ever, the next-generation Intel Core 2 Duo T9600-P8400 processors (2.53GHz-2.26GHz1 ) turns up the speed on multi-tasking while curbing energy consumption. The VAIO BZ notebook comes pre-installed with Genuine Microsoft Windows Vista Business with Service Pack 1. Offering a massive boost in wireless connection speed and range, work and play quicker almost anywhere within your office or home using next-generation 802.11n integrated wireless LAN technology3. COMPATIBILITY AND ACCESSIBILITY Sony knows that efficient and accessible PC design is critical to keeping your employees up and running. With the VAIO BZ notebook, frequent IT activities such as RAM upgrades, swapping out the optical drive, accessing the hard drive and detaching the keyboard are quick and easy to do. The VAIO BZ notebook has a reduced amount of pre-loaded software for improved compatibility and IT peace of mind. With less pre-loaded software, IT personnel can more quickly set up and image the notebook. Keeping the technical needs of your business in mind, the VAIO BZ notebook offers BIOS level control for IT administrators over inputs and outputs such as Ethernet, USB ports and Memory card/SD card slots to name a few. BUSINESS-GRADE DURABILITY Not only designed for a comfortable touch and feel, the full-sized keyboard on the VAIO BZ notebook features a spill-resistant panel to protect the computers internal components against accidental spills. Hit the road with confidence. The VAIO BZ notebook is constructed with a stylish yet durable and lightweight magnesium alloy chassis to protect against the everyday knocks and bumps encountered frequently in travel. G-Sensor Shock Protection technology makes your data even less vulnerable to loss or damage. When the built-in 3D acceleration sensor detects a risky movement, the HDDhead will lock up to secure its position and help protect the disc from scratching. SERIOUS SECURITY A built-in optional biometric fingerprint scanner makes authentication and secure access quick and easy you only need your fingerprint.
An integrated Trusted Platform Module (TPM) TCG Ver.1.2 compliant chip enhances security by allowing you to control access on a specific client/user basis.
Built for business, the lightweight VAIO BZ notebook boasts the productivity and compatibility features required by IT professionals and business customers. Magnesium casing and a spill-resistant keyboard panel help protect against the accidents common to travel while next-gen Intel Centrino 2 processor technology provides the power necessary for heavy day-in day - out computing.

Specifications

General
Computer Type: Notebook Type of Use: Portable Action Buttons: WLAN/Bluetooth (configurable) on/off, mute button, S1 Pointing Device: Electro-Static touch pad Security: Biometric Fingerprint Sensor (optional) Trusted Platform Module (TPM) TCG Ver.1.2 vPro (optional)

Dimensions

Display
Screen Size: 15.4" Resolution: 1440 x 900 (Configuration 1) 1200 x 800 (Configuration 2) XBRITE-ECO Technology: Yes Technology: WXGA+ (Configuration 1) WXGA (Configuration 2) Back Light Technology: Yes - LED (Configuration 1) No (Configuration 2)
Weight: 5.8 lbs (with standard battery) Measurements: 14.27"(W) x 1.18"(H) x 10.51"(D)7,8

Supplied Accessories

Standard Lithium-ion battery (VGP-BPS13A) or Large Capacity Battery (VGP-BPL13) AC Adapter Power Cable

Graphics

Processor: Mobile Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD with Intel Clear Video Technology Total Available Graphics Memory: 310MB (max.)10 (1GB2 Configuration) Mobile Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD with Intel Clear Video Technology Total Available Graphics Memory: 820MB (max.)10 (2GB2 Configuration) Mobile Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD with Intel Clear Video Technology Total Available Graphics Memory: 1340MB (max.)10 (34GB2 Configuration) Chipset: Mobile Intel GM45 Express Chipset

Optional Accessories

Port Replicator (VGP-PRBZ1) Additional Standard Capacity Battery (VGP-BPS13A/B) Large Capacity Battery (VGP-BPL13) Universal Carrying Case (VGP-AMB1A) USB Optical Mouse (VGP-UMS20/B) Bluetooth Laser Mouse 16 (VGP-BMS33/B) Neoprene Case (VGP-AMC3) Color: Black

Hardware

Keyboard: QWERTY, 82 keys with 2.0mm stroke and 19.05mm pitch Camera: Built-in 1.3 megapixel camera and microphone (available without this feature on WXGA (1280x800) LCD option)

Processor

Type: Intel Core 2 Duo Processor T9600 (Configuration 1), Intel Core 2 Duo Processor T9400 (Configuration 2), Intel Core 2 Duo Processor P8600 (Configuration 3), Intel Core 2 Duo Processor P8400 (Configuration 4) Speed: 2.80GHz1 (Configuration 1), 2.53GHz1 (Configuration 2), 2.40GHz1 (Configuration 3), 2.26GHz1 (Configuration 4) Front Side Bus Speed: 1066MHz L2 Cache: 6MB (Configurations 1-2) or 3MB (Configurations 3-4) Technology: Intel Centrino 2 Processor Technology (vPro available)

Inputs and Outputs

Ethernet Port: 1 Headphone Jack: 1 Modem Jack: 1 Microphone Input: 1 USB Port(s): 3 (2.0 compliant) VGA Output(s): 1 DC-In: 1 i.LINK Connection: 1 (4pin) i.LINK connector (IEEE 1394)9

Memory

Type: DDR2 SDRAM Installed: 4GB PC2-6400 (2GBx2), 3GB PC2-6400 (2GBx1 + 1GBx1), 2GB PC2-6400 (2GBx1), 1GB PC2-6400 (1GBx1), Maximum: 4GB15 Speed: 800MHz

Networking/Modem

Ethernet Protocol: 10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000Base-T Ethernet Speed: Fast Ethernet (RJ-45) Modem Type: Integrated V.92/V.90 Modem (RJ-11) Wireless LAN: Intel WiFi Link 5100AGN (802.11a/b/g/n)3 Bluetooth Technology: Integrated Stereo A2DP Bluetooth technology16 (configurable)

Hard Drive

Capacity: 320GB2 (Configuration 1), 250GB2 (Configuration 2), 200GB2 (Configuration 3), 200GB2 (Configuration 4), 160GB2 (Configuration 5), 120GB2 (Configuration 6), 80GB2 (Configuration 7), Speed: 7200rpm (Configuration 4) 5400rpm (Configurations 1-3, 5-7) Interface: Serial ATA Impact Protection: G-Sensor Shock Protection - Hard Disk Drive Protection
Battery Type: Standard Capacity Lithium-ion Battery (VGP-BPS13A) or Large Capacity Battery (VGP-BPL13) Estimated Battery Life: 2.0 to 5.0 hours11 Standard Capacity Battery 3.0 to 7.5 hours11 Large Capacity Battery Power Requirements: 100W +10% or 86W + 10%

Optical Drive #1

DVD+R DL Write: 6x max DVD+R Write: 8x max DVD+RW Write: 8x max DVD-R Write: 8x max DVD-RW Write: 6x max CD-R Write: 24x max CD-RW Write: 24x max DVDRW: Yes 5 (DVDR DL/DVDRW/RAM) CD Read: 24x max DVD Read: 8x max DVD-R DL Write: 6x max DVD-RAM Read: 5x max

Software

Operating System: Genuine Microsoft Windows Vista Business with SP1/XP downgrade Internet Services: AOL 90-Day Risk Free Trial - New Users Only Anti-Virus and Recovery Software: Microsoft Windows Live OneCare Trial Version Supplied Software: Microsoft Works SE 9.0 w/ 60-Day Trial Version of Microsoft Office Small Business 200714
1. GHz denotes microprocessor internal clock speed; other factors may affect application performance. CPU speed will be reduced under certain operating conditions. 2. GB means one billion bytes when referring to hard drive capacity. Accessible capacity may vary. A portion of hard disk space is reserved as a recovery partition. 3. Requires 802.11n compatible access point. Some functionality may require Internet services, which may require a fee. 4. Broadband Internet service required along with third party services which may require a subscription or other service fee. 5. DVD Media/Formats are not universally compatible. 6. Viewable area measured diagonally. 7. Non-metric weights and measures are approximate and may vary. 8. Measured at the narrowest point 9. i.Link is a trademark of Sony used only to designate that a product contains an IEEE 1394 connector. All products with an i.LINK connector may not communicate with each other. 10. Total Available Graphics Memory refers to the new Windows Vista classification of graphics memory, which is the total of Dedicated Video Memory, System Video Memory and Shared System Memory. Shared System Memory varies depending on the operating condition, driver software version and system memory size. 11. Actual battery life may vary based on product settings, usage patterns and environmental conditions. Battery life will be shorter with models equipped with Instant Mode features. 12. See actual limited warranty for details. For a copy of Sony's warranty, please visit www.sony.com/pcsupport, call toll-free 888-476-6972 (888-4SONYPC) or write to Sony Electronics, 12451 Gateway Boulevard, Fort Myers, FL 33913. 13. For certain third party software applications, Sony provides first level phone support. Additional telephone support may be available from the applicable 3rd party vendor. Availability and schedule for any such support is determined by the aplicable software vendor. 14. 60-Day Trial Version of Microsoft Office 2007 - This trial software will work only for 60 days after you first use it. You will not be able to use the software if you dont activate it as described the first time you use the software. You can activate the software by Internet: Internet service charges may apply. If you want to keep using the software after the 60-day trial period, you must convert to the perpetual version. You can convert online by following the conversion instgructions presented during setup and paying the required fees. 15. A portion of the system memory over 3GB may not be available to the operating system. 16. Interoperability and compatibility among Bluetooth devices varies. Computer Interface: For this product,there are a multitude of varying software packages and add-on hardware options. This product is not manufactured to work with any specific software, and Sony does not and cannot make any warranty or representation with respect to the performance of this product with any particular software packages and/or non-Sony add-on hardware options except those mentioned here. Sony hereby disclaims any representations or warranties that this product is compatible with any combination of non-Sony products you may choose to connect to it. While Sony representatives or Sony authorized dealers may be able to assist you and may make recommendations, they are NOT authorized to vary or waive this disclaimer. Purchasers must determine for themselves the suitability and compatibility of the hardware and software in each and every particular instance. Software titles pre-installed on the Sony computer are subject to change without notice. Preinstalled software may not be identical to retail versions or have all documentation. Features and specifications are subject to change without notice. This product meets the standards of the International Energy Star Program for energy efficiency. 2008 Sony Electronics Inc. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited. Sony, VAIO, XBRITE-ECO, Memory Stick Duo, MagicGate, and i.LINK are trademarks of Sony in the U.S. and in other coutries. Microsoft, Windows and Windows Vista are trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation in the U.S. and in other countries. Intel and Centrino are registered trademarks and Core is a trademark of the Intel Corporation in the U.S. and in other countries. Bluetooth is a registered trademark of SIG, Inc. All other trademarks are trademarks of their respective owners. Printed in U.S.A. 04/08.

Service and Warranty Information
Limited Warranty: 1 year limited warranty12. See actual warranty for details. Telephone Support: 1 year toll-free technical telephone assistance, available 24/713 Online and Email Support: Support available from http://www.esupport.sony.com/EN/VAIO

Expansion Slots

Multimedia Card Reader: One Memory Stick Duo media slot with MagicGate functionality One ExpressCard /34 slot One Secure Digital (SD memory card) media slot
Environmental Information
EPEAT : Meets Silver EPEAT Rating RoHS: Compliant For more information: www.sony.com/vaioeco
Sound System: Intel High Definition Audio, Internal Stereo Speaker
Regulation and Standard Compliance
Energy Star Compliant: 4.0
Sony Electronics Inc. 16530 Via Esprillo San Diego, CA 92127 1.800.222.7669 www.sony.com

Last Updated: 07/09/2008

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Locating Controls and Ports (page 14) About the Indicator Lights (page 21) Connecting a Power Source (page 22) Using the Battery Pack (page 23) Shutting Down Your Computer Safely (page 30)

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Locating Controls and Ports
Take a moment to identify the controls and ports shown on the following pages.
! The appearance of your computer may be different from those illustrated in this manual due to variations in specifications. It may also vary in some countries or areas.

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A Built-in microphone (monaural)*1 B Built-in MOTION EYE camera indicator*1 (page 21) C D E F G H I J K L M N O
Built-in MOTION EYE camera*1 (page 35) LCD screen (page 149) Built-in speakers (stereo) Keyboard (page 32) Touch pad (page 33) Headphones jack (page 84) Microphone jack (page 93) Memory Stick slot*2 (page 50) Media Access indicator (page 21) SD memory card slot (page 56) Charge indicator (page 21) Hard disk drive/Optical disc drive indicator (page 21) WIRELESS indicator (page 21)
On selected models only. Your computer supports both standard- and Duo-size Memory Stick media.

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A B C D E F
WIRELESS switch (page 61) Muting button (page 34) S1 button (page 34) Num lock indicator (page 21) Caps lock indicator (page 21) Scroll lock indicator (page 21)

On selected models only.

G Fingerprint sensor* (page 114)

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A Battery connector (page 23)

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A i.LINK 4-pin (S400) port (page 98) B C D E F G H I
Hi-Speed USB (USB 2.0) ports* (page 94) Optical disc drive (page 38) Optical disc drive indicator (page 21) Drive eject button (page 38) Manual eject hole (page 186) Network (Ethernet) port (page 100) Modem port (page 60) Power button/Power indicator (page 21)
Support high-/full-/low- speeds.

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A DC IN port (page 22) B Security slot C Air vent D Monitor port*1 (page 86) E Hi-Speed USB (USB 2.0) port*2 (page 94) F PC Card slot (page 47) G PC Card release button (page 49)
Disabled when the computer is attached to the docking station. Supports high-/full-/low- speeds.

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Bottom
A Air vents B Docking station connector (page 78)

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About the Indicator Lights
Your computer is equipped with the following indicator lights.

Indicator

Power 1 Charge Media Access Built-in MOTION EYE camera* Optical disc drive

Functions

Illuminates in green when the computer is turned on, blinks slowly in orange while the computer is in Sleep mode, and turns off when the computer is placed into Hibernate mode or turned off. Illuminates while the battery pack is charging. See Charging the Battery Pack (page 26) for more information. Illuminates while data is being read from or written to a memory card. (Do not place the computer into Sleep mode or turn it off when this indicator is on.) When the indicator is off, the memory card is not in use. Illuminates while the built-in MOTION EYE camera is in use. Illuminates while data is being read from or written to the optical disc media. When the indicator is off, the optical disc media is not in use. Illuminates while data is being read from or written to the hard disk drive or the optical disc media. Do not place the computer into Sleep mode or turn it off when this indicator is on. Press the Num Lk key to activate the numeric keypad. Press it a second time to deactivate the numeric keypad. The numeric keypad is not active when the indicator is off. Press the Caps Lock key to type letters in uppercase. Letters appear in lowercase if you press the Shift key while the indicator is on. Press the key a second time to turn off the indicator. Normal typing resumes when the Caps lock indicator is off. Press the Scr Lk key to change how you scroll the display. Normal scrolling resumes when the Scroll lock indicator is off. The Scr Lk key functions differently depending on the program you are using and does not work with all programs. Illuminates when the WIRELESS switch is turned on, provided that one or more wireless options are enabled in the VAIO Smart Network window.

Hard disk drive/Optical disc drive Num lock Caps lock

Scroll lock

WIRELESS * On selected models only.

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Connecting a Power Source
You can use either an AC adapter or a rechargeable battery pack as a power source for your computer.

Using the AC Adapter

Be sure to use the AC adapter supplied with your computer.

To use the AC adapter

Plug one end of the power cord (1) into the AC adapter (3). Plug the other end of the power cord into an AC outlet (2). Plug the cable connected to the AC adapter (3) into the DC IN port (4) on the computer or on the optional docking station.
To disconnect your computer completely from AC power, unplug the AC adapter. Make sure that the AC outlet is easily accessible. If you do not intend to use your computer for a long period of time, place the computer into Hibernate mode. See Using Hibernate Mode (page 133). This power saving mode saves the time of shutting down and resuming.

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Using the Battery Pack
The battery pack supplied with your computer is not fully charged at the time of delivery.
Installing the Battery Pack
To install the battery pack
Turn off the computer and close the LCD screen lid. Slide the battery LOCK switch (1) inward.

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Slide the battery pack diagonally into the battery compartment until the projections (2) on either side of the battery compartment fit into the U-shaped cuts (3) on either side of the battery pack.
Rotate the battery pack in the direction of the arrow, and push the battery pack down into the compartment until it clicks into place.
Slide the battery LOCK switch outward to secure the battery pack on the computer.

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When your computer is directly connected to AC power and has a battery pack installed, it uses power from the AC outlet.
! This computer is designed to operate only with genuine Sony batteries.

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Charging the Battery Pack
To charge the battery pack
Install the battery pack. Connect the AC adapter to the computer. The charge indicator turns on while the battery pack is charging. When the battery pack charges close to the maximum charge level you selected with the battery care function, the charge indicator turns off. To select your desired maximum charge level, see Using the Battery Care Function (page 28).
Charge indicator light status

Lit in orange Unlit

Meaning
The battery pack is charging. The battery pack is in any of the following states: - Fully charged. - Completely out of power. - Removed. The battery pack is running out of power. (Normal mode) The battery pack is running out of power. (Sleep mode) A battery error has occurred due to a failed battery pack or an unlocked battery pack.

*5 *6 *7

*8 *9 *10 *11

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! This product is designed to play back discs that conform to the Compact Disc Digital Audio standard specifications (CD Standard). A DualDisc is a two sided disc product with a DVD recorded layer on one side and a digital audio layer on the other side. Be aware that the audio side (non-DVD side) of a DualDisc may not play on this product because it does not conform to the CD Standard.
Due to the multiple formats of discs now available, when buying pre-recorded or blank discs for use with a VAIO computer, be sure to read the notices on the disc packaging carefully to check both playback and recording compatibility with your computer's optical disc drives. Sony does NOT guarantee the compatibility of VAIO CD drives with discs that are not compliant with the official "CD" format standard (or "DVD" standard in relation to DVD drives, or "Blu-ray Disc" standard in relation to Blu-ray Disc drives). USING NON-COMPLIANT DISCS CAN CAUSE FATAL DAMAGE TO YOUR VAIO PC OR CREATE SOFTWARE CONFLICTS AND CAUSE SYSTEM HANGING. For inquiries about disc formats, contact the individual publisher of the pre-recorded disc or the manufacturer of the recordable disc.
8cm disc writing is not supported.
! To play copyright protected Blu-ray Disc media continuously, you need to update the AACS key. Note that the AACS key update requires Internet access.
As with other optical media devices, circumstances may limit compatibility or prevent Blu-ray Disc media playback. VAIO computers may not support movie playback on packaged media recorded in AVC or VC1 format at high bit rates. Region settings are required for some contents on DVDs and BD-ROM Disc media. If the region setting on the optical disc drive does not match the region coding on the disc, playback is not possible. Unless your external display is compliant with the High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) standard, you cannot play or view the contents on copyright protected Blu-ray Disc media. Some contents may restrict video output to be standard definition or prohibit analog video output at all. It is strongly recommended that digital HDCPcompliant environment be implemented for optimum compatibility and viewing quality.

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Notes on writing data to a disc
Use only Sony recommended software, which is preinstalled on your computer, to write data to a disc. Other software programs may not be fully compatible and errors may result. To make data on a disc readable on the optical disc drive, you need to close the session before you eject it. To complete this process, follow the instructions included with your software. Only use circular discs. Do not use discs in any other shape (star, heart, card, etc.), as this may damage the optical disc drive. Do not strike or shake your computer while writing data to a disc. Deactivate the screen saver and exit anti-virus software before writing data to a disc. Do not use memory-resident utility software while writing data to a disc. This may cause your computer to malfunction. Before using your software application to burn discs, make sure you exit and close all other applications. Do not place your computer into either of the power saving modes while using the preinstalled software or any disc burning software. Connect and use the AC adapter to power your computer or make sure your battery pack is at least 50% charged. Make sure you use the same disc burning software to add data to a used disc. Use of different disc burning software for additional data burning may cause a failure. For example, if you have a disc with data that you burned with the Roxio Easy Media Creator software, use the Roxio Easy Media Creator software to add more data to the same disc.

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Notes on playing discs
To achieve optimum performance when playing discs, you should follow these recommendations. Some CD players and computers' optical disc drives may not be able to play audio CDs created with the CD-R or CD-RW media. Some DVD players and computers' optical disc drives may not be able to play DVDs created with the DVD+R DL, DVDR DL, DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD-R, DVD-RW, or DVD-RAM media. Do not use memory-resident utility software to speed up disc access when playing a disc. This may cause your computer to malfunction. Do not place your computer into either of the power saving modes while your computer is playing a disc. Region code indicators are labeled on the DVDs to indicate in which region and on what type of player you can play the disc. If the DVD is labeled "all," this means that you can play this DVD in most regions of the world. If the region code for your residence area is different from the label on the DVD disc or on the packaging, you cannot play the disc on your computer.

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Playing CDs

To play an audio CD

Insert a disc into the optical disc drive. If nothing appears on the desktop, then click Start, All Programs, and the desired CD software to play the CD. If the Audio CD window appears, click to select an option.

Copying Files to CDs

To copy files to a disc
! Do not strike or shake your computer while writing data to a disc.
Insert a disc into the optical disc drive. If the AutoPlay window appears, click Burn files to disc and follow the on-screen instructions until the empty disc folder appears. Open the folder that contains the file(s) you want to copy and drag them to the empty disc folder. Close the disc folder.

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Playing DVDs

To play a DVD

3 Close all running software applications. Insert a DVD into the optical disc drive. If nothing appears on the desktop, then click Start, All Programs, and the desired DVD software to play the DVD.
For instructions on how to use the software, see the help file on your DVD software.

An infrastructure network is a network that extends an existing wired local network to wireless devices by providing an access point (not supplied), for example the Sony Access Point. The access point bridges the wireless and wired LAN and acts as a central controller for the wireless LAN. The access point coordinates transmission and reception from multiple wireless devices within a specific range. The access point will select which channel to use on an infrastructure network.
! For details on how to select the channel that will be used by the access point, see the manual that came with your access point.

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To connect to a wireless network
5 Make sure an access point is set up. See the manual that came with your access point for more information. Turn on the WIRELESS switch. Click the button next to or above your desired wireless option(s) in the VAIO Smart Network window. Make sure the WIRELESS indicator is lit. Right-click or on the taskbar and select Connect to a network.
Select the desired access point and click Connect.
For WPA-PSK or WPA2-PSK authentication, you must enter a passphrase. The passphrase is case sensitive and must be between 8 and 63 alphanumeric characters long or up to 64 characters long using numbers from 0 to 9 and letters from A to F. See the online specifications to see whether your model supports the Bluetooth functionality, the IEEE 802.11a/b/g standard, and/or the IEEE 802.11n draft standard.

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Stopping Wireless LAN Communication
To stop wireless LAN communication
Click the button next to or above the WLAN icon in the VAIO Smart Network window.
! Turning off the wireless LAN functionality while accessing remote documents, files, or resources may result in data loss.

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Using the Bluetooth Functionality
The Bluetooth functionality is available on selected models only. See the online specifications to see whether your model supports the Bluetooth functionality. You can establish wireless communication between your computer and other Bluetooth devices such as another computer or a mobile phone. You can transfer data between these devices without cables and up to 33 feet (10 meters) range in open space.

Disconnect all peripherals and the AC adapter from the computer. Plug one end of the power cord (1) into the AC adapter (2) and the other end into an AC outlet. Plug the cable connected to the AC adapter (2) into the DC IN port (3) on the docking station (4).

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Slide open the docking station connector cover on the bottom of the computer.
Align the rear bottom corners of the computer with the guides on the docking station.

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Gently push down the computer until it clicks into place.

Turn on the computer.

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Disconnecting Your Computer from the Docking Station
! Be sure that no devices connected to the docking station are in use before disconnecting your computer.
Do not disconnect your computer from the docking station when the IN USE indicator is lit. Disconnecting the computer while the IN USE indicator is lit may result in loss of unsaved data or a failure of the computer. When the battery pack is running out of power, disconnecting your computer from the docking station may result in loss of unsaved data. Do not disconnect your computer from the docking station during video playback. Be sure to close video playback software before disconnection. Once you have completed the steps in To disconnect your computer from the docking station (page 82), be sure to remove your computer from the docking station. Use of the computer still on the docking station may cause unstable operations.

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To disconnect your computer from the docking station
1 Press the UNDOCK button (1) and wait until the IN USE indicator (2) turns off.
If the IN USE indicator is unlit, you do not have to press the UNDOCK button. Pressing the UNDOCK button while your computer is in a power saving mode returns the computer to Normal mode first, and then initiates the disconnection process.
! Once you have placed your computer back in Normal mode, be sure to remove your computer from the docking station. Use of the computer still on the docking station may cause unstable operations.

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Lift the computer away from the docking station.
Close the docking station connector cover on the bottom of the computer.
Alternatively, you can disconnect the computer from the docking station as follows: 3 Click Start and Undock Computer. Make sure that a message balloon appears and the IN USE indicator turns off; and then lift the computer away from the docking station. Close the docking station connector cover on the bottom of the computer.

If you have set the hard disk password in conjunction with the fingerprint authentication functionality, you can substitute fingerprint authentication for password entry when turning on your computer. For more information, see Using Fingerprint Authentication (page 114).

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To add the hard disk password
Turn on the computer. Press the F2 key when the VAIO logo appears. The BIOS setup screen appears. If not, restart the computer and press the F2 key several times when the VAIO logo appears.
If you have set the power-on password, enter your power-on password.
Press the < or , key to select Security to display the Security tab, select Hard Disk Password, and then press the Enter key. The Hard Disk Password entry screen appears. Select Enter Master and User Passwords and press the Enter key. Select Continue on the warning screen and press the Enter key. Enter the master password twice and press the Enter key. The password should be up to 32 alphanumeric characters (including spaces) long. Enter the user password twice and press the Enter key. The password should be up to 32 alphanumeric characters (including spaces) long. At the confirmation prompt, press the Enter key. Press the Esc key and then the < or , key to select the Exit tab.
10 Press the M or m key to select Exit Setup and press the Enter key. At the confirmation prompt, press the Enter key.

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Changing/Removing the Hard Disk Password
To change the hard disk password
Press the < or , key to select Security to display the Security tab, select Hard Disk Password, and then press the Enter key. The Hard Disk Password entry screen appears. Select Change Master Password or Change User Password and press the Enter key. Enter the current password once and then a new password twice. Press the Enter key. Press the Enter key when the success message appears. Press the Esc key and then the < or , key to select the Exit tab. Press the M or m key to select Exit Setup and press the Enter key. At the confirmation prompt, press the Enter key.

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To remove the hard disk password
Press the < or , key to select Security to display the Security tab, select Hard Disk Password, and then press the Enter key. The Hard Disk Password entry screen appears. Select Enter Master and User Passwords and press the Enter key. Enter the current password for Enter Current Hard Disk Master Password and press the Enter key. Press the Enter key without entering any letter for the remaining fields. Press the Enter key when the success message appears. Press the Esc key and then the < or , key to select the Exit tab. Press the M or m key to select Exit Setup and press the Enter key. At the confirmation prompt, press the Enter key.

To activate Hibernate mode
Press the Fn+F12 keys. The computer enters Hibernate mode. Alternatively, you can click Start, the arrow next to the Lock button, and Hibernate to place the computer into Hibernate mode.
When your computer is in Hibernate mode, you cannot insert a disc. Hibernate mode requires more time than Sleep mode to be activated. Hibernate mode uses less power than Sleep mode.
! Do not move your computer before its power indicator light turns off.

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Press the power button. The computer returns to its normal state.
! If you press and hold the power button for more than four seconds, your computer will turn off automatically.
It takes more time to return to Normal mode from Hibernate mode than from Sleep mode.

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Managing Power with VAIO Power Management
Power management helps you set up power schemes for running on AC or battery power to suit your requirements for power consumption. VAIO Power Management is a software application developed exclusively for VAIO computers. With this software application, you can enhance the Windows power management functions to ensure better operation of your computer and longer battery life. See the help file on the software for more information.

Selecting a Power Plan

When you start the computer, a power status icon appears on the taskbar. This icon indicates what kind of power source you are using at that time, for example, AC power. Click this icon to display the window that shows your power status. The VAIO Power Management functionality is added to the Windows Power Options Properties.

To select a power plan

Right-click the power status icon on the taskbar and select Power Options. Select your desired power plan.
To change the power plan settings
Click Change plan settings under your desired power plan in the Power Options window. Change the Sleep mode and display settings as needed. If you need to change the advanced settings, click Change advanced power settings and go to step 3. Otherwise, click Save changes. Click the VAIO Power Management tab. Change the settings for each item. Click OK.

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VAIO Power Management Viewer
To start VAIO Power Management Viewer
Click Start, All Programs, and VAIO Control Center. Click Power Management and VAIO Power Management Viewer.
To change the power scheme
Select the desired power scheme from the drop-down list on VAIO Power Management Viewer.
To view performance with the power scheme modified with VAIO Power Management
When both VAIO Power Management and VAIO Power Management Viewer are running, VAIO Power Management Viewer shows performance with the power scheme that was modified with VAIO Power Management.

The Bluetooth functionality may not be available to a user with a standard user account on your computer. Log onto the computer as a user with administrator rights.
Why can't I connect to a Bluetooth device with a PAN?
If the device to which you want to connect does not support Bluetooth communication in Personal Area Network User (PANU) mode, you cannot connect to the device with a PAN.
Why can't I use the Bluetooth devices when I switch a user?
If you switch a user without logging off your system, the Bluetooth devices will not work successfully. Be sure to log off before switching a user. To log off your system, click Start, the arrow next to the Lock button, and Log Off.
Why can't I exchange business card data with a mobile phone?
The business card exchange function is not supported.

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Optical Discs
Why does my computer freeze when I try to read a disc?
The disc that your computer is trying to read may be dirty or damaged. Follow these steps: 3 Press the Ctrl+Alt+Delete keys and click the arrow next to the Shut down button and Restart to restart the computer. Remove the disc from the optical disc drive. Check the disc for dirt or damage. If you need to clean the disc, see On Handling Discs (page 155) for instructions.
What should I do if the drive tray does not open?
Make sure your computer is on. Press the drive eject button. If the drive eject button does not work, click Start and Computer, right-click the optical disc drive icon, and select Eject. If none of the above options work, insert a thin, straight object (such as a paper clip) in the manual eject hole on the optical disc drive. Try restarting your computer.

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What should I do if I cannot play a disc properly on my computer?
Make sure the disc is inserted into the optical disc drive with the label facing upward. Make sure the necessary program(s) is installed according to the manufacturer's instructions. If a disc is dirty or damaged, your computer will stop responding. Follow these steps: 3 Press the Ctrl+Alt+Delete keys and click the arrow next to the Shut down button and Restart to restart the computer. Remove the disc from the optical disc drive. Check the disc for dirt or damage. If you need to clean the disc, see On Handling Discs (page 155) for instructions.
If you are playing a disc and cannot hear sound, do any of the following: The volume may have been turned off by the muting button. Press the button once again. The volume may have been minimized by the Fn+F3 keys. Press the Fn+F4 keys to turn up the volume loud enough to hear sound. Right-click the volume icon on the taskbar and click Open Volume Mixer to check the settings. Check the volume setting in the audio mixer. If you are using external speakers, check the volume settings on the speakers and the connections between the speakers and your computer. Make sure the correct driver software is installed. Follow these steps: 3 Click Start and Control Panel. Click System and Maintenance. Click System.

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Click Device Manager on the left pane. The Device Manager window appears with a listing of your computer's hardware devices. If an "X" or an exclamation point appears on the listed device, you may need to enable the device or reinstall the drivers. Double-click the optical disc drive device to open a list of the optical disc drives of your computer. Double-click the desired drive. You can confirm the driver software by selecting the Driver tab, and clicking Driver Details. Click OK to close the window.
Make sure an adhesive label is not affixed to a disc. Adhesive labels can come off while the disc is in the optical disc drive and damage the drive or cause it to malfunction. If a region code warning appears, the disc may be incompatible with the optical disc drive. Check the package to make sure the region code is compatible with the optical disc drive. If you notice condensation on your computer, do not use the computer for at least one hour. Condensation can cause the computer to malfunction. Make sure your computer is running on the AC power supply and try the disc again.

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What should I do if I cannot write data to CD media?
Make sure you neither launch any software application nor allow any to launch automatically, not even a screen saver. Stop using the keyboard. If you are using a CD-R/RW disc with an adhesive label affixed, replace it with one with no affixed adhesive label. Using a disc with an affixed adhesive label could cause a write error or other damage.
What should I do if I cannot write data to DVD media?
Make sure you are using the correct DVD recordable media. Check which DVD recordable format is compatible with your optical disc drive. Note the possibility that some brands of DVD recordable media do not work.
What should I do if I cannot play discs?
The optical disc drive on your computer may have been disabled in the BIOS setup screen. Follow the steps and the tip in Disabling Built-in Devices (page 137) to enable the drive.

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Display
Why did my screen go blank?
Your computer screen may go blank if the computer loses power or enters a power saving mode (Sleep or Hibernate). If the computer is in LCD (Video) Sleep mode, press any key to bring the computer back into Normal mode. See Using the Power Saving Modes (page 130) for more information. Make sure your computer is securely plugged into a power source and turned on. Make sure the power indicator shows the power is on. If your computer is using battery power, make sure the battery pack is installed properly and is charged. See Using the Battery Pack (page 23) for more information. If the display mode is set to the external display, press the Fn+F7 keys. See Combinations and Functions with the Fn Key (page 32) for more information.

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Support Options
This section contains information on where to go for answers to questions about your VAIO computer and the preinstalled software. Sony Support Information (page 211) Program Support Information (page 214)

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Sony Support Information
See the following sources for answers in the sequence listed below. 1 VAIO Computer Documentation This on-screen User Guide (this manual) and the printed Welcome mat provide information on how to maximize your computer's capabilities and solve common problems. 2 Program Guides and Help Files The preinstalled programs on your computer may be supplied with individual help guides. These guides are stored on the hard disk drive as on-screen help files. You can find the help files from the help menu under the specific program. 3 Operating System Online Support Your computer comes preinstalled with a Microsoft Windows operating system. For operating system support, you can visit Microsoft customer support at: http://support.microsoft.com/directory/. 4 Sony Computing Support This service provides instant access to information on commonly encountered problems. Type a description of the problem and the Knowledge Database searches for the corresponding solutions online. You can visit the Sony online support Web site at the following URLs: http://esupport.sony.com/EN/VAIO/ for customers in USA http://www.sony.ca/support/ for customers in Canada http://esupport.sony.com/ES/VAIO/ for customers in Spanish speaking Latin American countries or areas http://esupport.sony.com/ES/VAIO/BR/ for customers in Brazil 5 VAIO Update When your computer is connected to the Internet, VAIO Update automatically notifies you when critical software and security information is posted on the support Web site. Click the VAIO Update notice to open the VAIO Support Web site and view the information.

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For customers in Latin American countries or areas Customer Information Center
If you do not find the information you are looking for at our site, you may call Sony directly. In order to receive the fastest and most efficient services, have the following information readily available: 1 Your VAIO computer model You can find it at the lower right corner of the display on the notebook, and in the same place on the front panel of the CPU on the desktop. 2 Your computer's serial number You can find it on the back or bottom of the notebook or on the back of the desktop; the serial number is the last 7 digits of the number below the barcode. 5 The operating system on your computer The hardware component or the software program that is causing you the problem A brief description of the problem

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In order to contact a Sony technical support representative, call the following numbers: In Argentina: (011) 6770-SONY (7669) In Mexico: In Mexico City: 5002-9819 In the Mexican Republic: 01-800-759-7669 In Colombia: 01-800-550-7000 In Peru: 0-801-1-7000 or 511-6100 In Chile: 800-261-800 From mobile phones: 02-754-6333 In Venezuela: 0-800-1-SONY-00 (0-800-1-7669-00) In Panama: 800-2050 In Brazil: (11) 3677-1080

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Microsoft Office Professional 2007 60-Day Trial Version
! This trial software will work only for 60 days after you first use it. You will not be able to use the software if you do not activate it as described the first time you use the software. You can activate the software by Internet: Internet service charges may apply. If you want to keep using the software after the 60-day trial period, you must convert to the perpetual version. You can convert online by following the conversion instructions presented during setup and paying the required fees.
Microsoft Corp. For customers in USA and Canada Web site http://support.microsoft.com 60-Day Trial Version of Microsoft Office
! The Microsoft Office 60-Day Trial software included with this computer system is intended for evaluation purposes only. The software has been installed and you must activate the software before you can use it. Product activation procedures will be detailed during initial launch of the software; activation requires Internet access. This software has an expiration date of 60 days from the date of first use, at which time the software will operate under reduced-functionality mode, limiting end-user options and operations.
Microsoft Corp. For customers in USA and Canada Web site http://support.microsoft.com

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Microsoft Windows Live OneCare Trial Version
! This trial software will work for ninety (90) days after you first use it. You will not be able to use the software if you do not activate it as described the first time you use the software. You can activate the software by Internet: Internet service charges may apply. If you want to keep using the software after the 90-day trial period, you must buy a subscription. You can subscribe online by following the conversion instructions presented during setup and paying the required fees.
Microsoft Corp. OneCare helps keep your PC safe and secure while making your life easier. For customers in USA and Canada Web site http://support.microsoft.com 14-Day Trial Version of Napster Napster, Inc. For customers in USA and Canada Web site http://www.napster.com Protector Suite QL Sony Electronics Inc. Protector Suite QL allows you to easily setup your fingerprint sensor equipped on your computer. Protector Suite QL supports fingerprint logon, fast user switching, file encryption, registering forms and more. For contacts about the software, see Program Support Information (page 214).

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QuickBooks Simple Start Intuit Inc. For customers in USA and Canada Web site http://www.intuit.com/support/ Quicken 2008 Deluxe Intuit Inc. For customers in USA and Canada Web site http://www.intuit.com/support/ Roxio Easy Media Creator 10 Suite Sonic Solutions For customers in USA and Canada Web site http://support.sonic.com/ SmartWi Connection Utility Sony Electronics Inc. SmartWi Connection Utility allows you to easily switch between the various wireless components (Wireless LAN, Wireless WAN, and Bluetooth technology connectivity) that came with your computer. For contacts about the software, see Program Support Information (page 214).

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SonicStage Mastering Studio Sony Electronics Inc. Use SonicStage Mastering Studio to record songs from analog records or cassette tapes into your computer and output them to CDs, DVDs, or audio files in WAV format. For contacts about the software, see Program Support Information (page 214). VAIO Control Center Sony Electronics Inc. VAIO Control Center provides a centralized location that gathers resources to configure your VAIO computer and view your computer's configuration and specifications. For contacts about the software, see Program Support Information (page 214). VAIO Edit Component Sony Electronics Inc. VAIO Edit Component provides enhanced editing functionality when using Adobe Premiere Pro or Adobe Premiere Elements on your VAIO computer. For contacts about the software, see Program Support Information (page 214). VAIO Hardware Diagnostic Sony Electronics Inc. For contacts about the software, see Program Support Information (page 214).

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VAIO Launcher Sony Electronics Inc. For contacts about the software, see Program Support Information (page 214). VAIO Media plus Sony Electronics Inc. VAIO Media plus brings multimedia to your network, enabling you to share music, video, and still image files between your VAIO computers. You can set up one or more VAIO computers as "media servers," which store your multimedia files and make them available to other compatible VAIO computers on your wired or wireless network. For contacts about the software, see Program Support Information (page 214). VAIO Movie Story Sony Electronics Inc. Bringing pictures and video to life with this simple-to-use application. For contacts about the software, see Program Support Information (page 214). VAIO MusicBox Sony Electronics Inc. Select and play songs that are automatically categorized into moods. For contacts about the software, see Program Support Information (page 214).

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VAIO Smart Network Sony Electronics Inc. For contacts about the software, see Program Support Information (page 214). VAIO Touch Launcher Sony Electronics Inc. VAIO Touch Launcher allows you to run an application program or change the sound/display settings with the buttons on the launcher window. For contacts about the software, see Program Support Information (page 214). VAIO Update 3 Sony Electronics Inc. VAIO Update helps you keep your VAIO computer up to date by regularly checking the Sony online support Web site for important software updates and information for your specific VAIO computer model. For contacts about the software, see Program Support Information (page 214). VAIO Video & Photo Suite Sony Electronics Inc. VAIO Content Importer and VAIO Content Exporter are included in this utility software. This software enables you to import and export your media files to or from a DVD, digital still camera, or camcorder. For contacts about the software, see Program Support Information (page 214).

 

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