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Disposal instructions

Do not throw this electronic device into the trash when discarding. To minimize pollution and ensure utmost protection of the global environment, please recycle. For more information on the Waste from Electrical and Electronics Equipment (WEEE) regulations, visit

Mercury advisory

For projectors or electronic products containing an LCD/CRT monitor or display: Lamp(s) inside this product contain mercury and must be recycled or disposed of according to local, state or federal laws. For more information, contact the Electronic Industries Alliance at For lamp-specific disposal information, check
Tips and information for comfortable use
Computer users may complain of eyestrain and headaches after prolonged use. Users are also at risk of physical injury after long hours of working in front of a computer. Long work periods, bad posture, poor work habits, stress, inadequate working conditions, personal health and other factors greatly increase the risk of physical injury. Incorrect computer usage may lead to carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, tenosynovitis or other musculoskeletal disorders. The following symptoms may appear in the hands, wrists, arms, shoulders, neck or back:
numbness, or a burning or tingling sensation aching, soreness or tenderness pain, swelling or throbbing stiffness or tightness coldness or weakness
If you have these symptoms, or any other recurring or persistent discomfort and/or pain related to computer use, consult a physician immediately and inform your company's health and safety department. The following section provides tips for more comfortable computer use.
Finding your comfort zone
Find your comfort zone by adjusting the viewing angle of the monitor, using a footrest, or raising your sitting height to achieve maximum comfort. Observe the following tips:
refrain from staying too long in one fixed posture avoid slouching forward and/or leaning backward stand up and walk around regularly to remove the strain on your leg muscles take short rests to relax your neck and shoulders avoid tensing your muscles or shrugging your shoulders install the external display, keyboard and mouse properly and within comfortable reach if you view your monitor more than your documents, place the display at the center of your desk to minimize neck strain
Taking care of your vision
Long viewing hours, wearing incorrect glasses or contact lenses, glare, excessive room lighting, poorly focused screens, very small typefaces and low-contrast displays could stress your eyes. The following sections provide suggestions on how to reduce eyestrain.

v Eyes

Rest your eyes frequently. Give your eyes regular breaks by looking away from the monitor and focusing on a distant point. Blink frequently to keep your eyes from drying out.
Display Keep your display clean. Keep your head at a higher level than the top edge of the display so your eyes point downward when looking at the middle of the display. Adjust the display brightness and/or contrast to a comfortable level for enhanced text readability and graphics clarity. Eliminate glare and reflections by:
placing your display in such a way that the side faces the window or any light source minimizing room light by using drapes, shades or blinds using a task light changing the display's viewing angle using a glare-reduction filter
using a display visor, such as a piece of cardboard extended from the display's top front edge Avoid adjusting your display to an awkward viewing angle. Avoid looking at bright light sources, such as open windows, for extended periods of time.
Developing good work habits
Develop the following work habits to make your computer use more relaxing and productive: Take short breaks regularly and often.
Perform some stretching exercises. Breathe fresh air as often as possible. Exercise regularly and maintain a healthy body.
Warning! We do not recommend using the computer on a couch or bed. If this is unavoidable, work for only short periods, take breaks regularly, and do some stretching exercises.
Note: For more information, please refer to Regulations and safety notices on page 89 in the AcerSystem User's Guide.
Safety instructions Disposal instructions Tips and information for comfortable use

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Empowering Technology
Acer Empowering Technology
Empowering Technology password Acer eSettings Management Acer eLock Management Acer eDataSecurity Management Acer ePerformance Management Acer eAcoustics Management Using Acer eAcoustics Management Acer eAcoustics Management Main Page Acer eRecovery Management

1 First things first

Specifications Package contents Accessing the User's Guide

2 System tour

Performance Multimedia Connectivity
Front panel Rear panel Keyboard
Internet/Email/Search keys Multimedia keys Volume control/mute keys Lock keys Cursor keys Windows keys Function keys Palm rest


Optical drive Hard disk

Memory optimization releases unused memory and check usage. Disk optimization removes unneeded items and files. Speed optimization improves the usability and performance of your Windows XP system.
Acer eAcoustics Management
Acer eAcoustics Management offers you a useful tool to balance your computing power needs with your desired level of quietness. By reducing the processor speed for tasks that require less processing, the CPU and system fans can run slower, thus reducing the amount of sound generated by these components.
Using Acer eAcoustics Management
To launch Acer eAcoustics Management:
Click on the Acer eAcoustics Management icon in the Empowering Technology toolbar shown on your desktop. From the Start menu, go to (All) Programs > Acer Empowering Technology > Acer eAcoustics Management.
This will open the Acer eAcoustics Management main page.
Acer eAcoustics Management Main Page
Listed on the main page are two options for Acer eAcoustics Management, labeled as Quiet and Professional. Select the mode that suits your working requirements best, and exit the utility to apply the settings.
Use this mode for tasks that require low processing power, like word processing, Web browsing, and instant messaging. This mode creates the lowest audio disturbance.

Professional Mode

Use this mode for processing-intensive tasks, when you require full-speed operation.
Acer eRecovery Management
Acer eRecovery Management is a powerful utility that does away with the need for recovery disks provided by the manufacturer. The Acer eRecovery Management utility occupies space in a hidden partition on your system's hard drive. By default, user-created backups are stored on the D:\ drive. Acer eRecovery Management provides you with: Password protection. Recovery of applications and drivers. Image/data backup: Back up to HDD (set recovery point). Back up to CD/DVD. Recover from a hidden partition (factory defaults). Recover from the HDD (most recent user-defined recovery point). Recover from CD/DVD.
Image/data recovery tools:
Note: If your computer did not come with a Recovery CD or System CD, please use Acer eRecovery Management's "System backup to optical disk" feature to burn a backup image to CD or DVD. To ensure the best results when recovering your system using a CD or Acer eRecovery Management, detach all peripherals (except the external Acer ODD, if your computer has one), including your Acer ezDock.

This chapter describes the system specifications and contents of your computer package.


Operating system Platform Genuine Microsoft Windows XP Professional Edition Genuine Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition Intel Celeron with 533 MHz FSB Intel Celeron D with 533 MHz FSB Intel Pentium 4 with 533/800 MHz FSB Intel Pentium D with 800/1066 MHz FSB Chipset System memory Intel Q965 Express Dual channels supported on four DIMMs Supporting up to 4 GB of DDR2 533/667/800 RAM Drives Veriton 3900Pro: External 5.25" drive bays 3.5" drive bays Veriton 5900Pro: Two external 5.25" drive bays Three 3.5" drive bays (two internal, one external) Veriton 6900Pro: Two external 5.25" drive bays Six 3.5" drive bays (four internal, two external) Veriton 7900Pro: Three external 5.25" drive bays Six 3.5" drive bays (four internal, two external) Network interface I/O interface Marvell 88E8056 with Gigabit Ethernet Intel 82566 DM Gigabit Ethernet Controller Optional PCI modem Two PS/2 ports 9-pin serial port 25-pin parallel port Eight USB 2.0 ports Ethernet (RJ-45) port VGA port Six audio jacks I/O expansion Two PCI slots PCI Express x1 slot PCI Express x16 slot


Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 3000 (Intel GMA 3000) with Dynamic Video Memory Technology (DVMT) support Realtek ALC888 with embedded Intel HDA CODEC PS/2 or USB multimedia keyboard Choice of Acer CRT or LCD monitors Lock pad and intrusion alert Veriton 3900Pro Series: 345 (H) x 101.3 (W) x 414.7 (D) mm Veriton 5900Pro Series: 370 (H) x 130.2 (W) x 435 (D) mm Veriton 6900Pro Series: 370 (H) x 183 (W) x 450 (D) mm Veriton 7900Pro Series: 450 (H) x 187 (W) x 495 (D) mm
Audio Keyboard Monitor Security Housing

Management software

Acer Empowering Technology Acer eSettings Management Acer eLock Management Acer eDataSecurity Management Acer ePerformance Management Acer eAcoustics Management Acer eRecovery Management

Industry standards

PC2001 SMBIOS (DMI) 2.3.1 PCI 2.3 WFM 2.0 ACPI 2.0 Microsoft OnNow ENERGY STAR MacroVision
Power supply Certification
300W FCC, CE, C-tick, BSMI, VCCI, CCC, cUL, UL, Nemko, GS (TUV), ENERGY STAR
Note: The specifications listed above are for reference only. The exact configuration of your PC depends on the model purchased.

Package contents

Before you unpack your computer, make sure that you have enough space to set up your computer. Carefully unpack the carton and remove the contents. If any of the following items are missing or damaged, contact your dealer immediately: Veriton series Items contained in the accessory box USB or PS/2 keyboard USB or PS/2 mouse

Description Pressed alone, this key has the same effect as clicking on the Windows Start button; it launches the Start menu. It can also be used with other keys to provide a variety of functions: < < < < < < > + <Tab> Activates the next Taskbar button. > + <E> > + <F1> > + <F> > + <R> > + <M> Opens the My Computer window. Opens Help and Support. Opens the Find: All Files dialog box. Opens the Run dialog box. Minimizes all windows. > + <M> Undoes the minimize all windows action.

<Shift> + <

Application This key has the same effect as clicking the right mouse button; it opens the application's context menu. key

Function keys

The function keys, F1 - F12, let you perform specific functions, depending on the application that uses them.

Palm rest

The detachable palm rest provides you with a comfortable place to rest your hands while typing.

Optical drive

Your computer may come with a CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, DVD/CD-RW combo, DVD-Dual or DVD-Super multi drive. This drive is located on the front panel of your computer. The CD drive allows you to play different types of compact disks (CDs). The DVD drive allows you to play not only old CD-ROMs, CD-I disks, and video CDs, but digital video disks (DVDs) as well. DVD-ROM is a type of disk media with enough storage space for a full-length movie. The CD-RW, DVDDual and DVD-super multi drive allow you to record or burn recordable and rewritable disks. CDs and DVDs, like diskettes, are also compact, lightweight and easy to carry around. However, they are more delicate than diskettes and must be handled with extra care. To insert a CD or DVD into your computer's CD or DVD drive: 1. Gently push the Eject button located on the front panel. Veriton 3900Pro

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When the disk tray slides open, place the CD or DVD gently on the tray. Make sure that the label or title side of the disk is facing upward. When holding a disk, hold it by the edges to avoid leaving smudges or fingerprints.

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Veriton 6900Pro/7900Pro

Push the tray and it will close automatically.
Keep your disk in its case when not in use to avoid scratches or other damage. Any kind of dirt or damage can affect the data on the disk, impair the disk lens reader on the CD or DVD drive, or stop the computer from successfully reading the disk. When handling disks, always hold them by the edges to avoid smudges or fingerprints. When cleaning disks, use a clean, dust-free cloth and wipe in a straight line from the center to the edge. Do not wipe in a circular motion. Clean your CD or DVD drive periodically. You may refer to the Cleaning Kit for instructions. Cleaning kits can be purchased in any computer or electronics shop.

Hard disk

Your computer is pre-installed with a high-capacity Enhanced-IDE (E-IDE) hard disk. For instructions on how to upgrade or replace your hard disk, see: "Replacing the Veriton 3900Pro's hard disk" on page 62. "Replacing the Veriton 5900Pro's hard disk" on page 65. "Replacing the Veriton 6900Pro/7900Pro's hard disk" on page 67.
This chapter contains step-by-step instructions on how to set up your computer and connect additional peripherals.
Working safely and comfortably begins with the arrangement of your work space and the proper use of equipment. For this reason, it is very important to take time and think about how you are going to arrange your work area. Refer to the diagram on the following page as you set up your system. Here are some points to consider:

Adjusting your chair

Having the right kind of chair does not necessarily mean you'll be properly supported. It is necessary to adjust your chair to fit your body. Proper body posture will make you more comfortable and productive. Avoid tilting your chair. If you have a chair that tilts, lock the tilt knobs so that your chair will not tilt forward or backward while you are using your computer. Adjust your chair height in such a way that you can sit on it with your thighs parallel to the floor and your feet resting flat on the floor. Rest your body on the chair back. Your torso works harder to maintain balance if you do not rest your body on the chair back.

Positioning your PC

Take note of the following when selecting a location for your computer: Do not put your computer near any equipment that might cause electromagnetic or radio frequency interference, such as radio transmitters, televisions, copy machines or heating and air-conditioning equipment. Avoid dusty areas and extremes of temperature and humidity. You may place your computer beside your desk or under your table, as long as it does not block the space you need for working and moving.

Positioning your monitor

Place your monitor at a comfortable viewing distance, usually 50 to 60 cm away. Adjust the display in such a way that the top of the screen is at or slightly below eye level.
Positioning your keyboard
The location of the keyboard is a very important factor for your posture. Placing it too far away will make your body lean forward, forcing you to sit in an unnatural position. Placing it too high will add tension to your shoulder muscles. The keyboard should be placed just above your lap. Adjust the keyboard height by flipping the folding stands located under the keyboard. Keep your lower arms parallel to the floor as you type. Your upper arms and shoulders should be relaxed. Then try typing with a light touch. If you feel any shoulder or neck strain, stop for a while and check your posture. Position your keyboard in front of your monitor. Putting your keyboard beside your monitor will make you turn your head while you type which could add tension to your neck muscles.

Positioning your mouse

The mouse should be placed on the same surface as your keyboard so that you can reach it with ease. Adjust its position to allow enough space for movement without making you stretch or lean over. Use your arm to move the mouse. Do not rest your wrist on the table when moving the mouse.
Setting up your computer is easy. For the most part, you only have four things to connect: the mouse, the keyboard, the monitor, and the power cable.
Note: The peripherals shown in the connections below are for your reference only. Actual device models may vary in select countries.
Connecting your mouse and keyboard

USB interface

Plug your USB mouse or keyboard cable into any of the USB ports on the front and rear panels of your computer. located

PS/2 interface

Plug the PS/2 mouse and keyboard cable into the PS/2 keyboard port (purple port) and mouse port (green port) located on the rear panel of your computer.

Connecting a monitor

To connect a monitor, simply plug the monitor cable into the monitor port (blue port) located on the rear panel of your computer.
Note: When a VGA card is added to the PCI Express slot, the monitor should be connected to the add-on card and the onboard VGA will be disabled.
Note: Refer to the monitor manual for additional instructions and information.
Connecting the power cable
Caution: Before you proceed, check the voltage range in your area. Make sure that it matches your computer's voltage setting. If they don't match, change your computer's voltage setting according to your area's voltage range. Set the voltage selector switch to the voltage range applicable to your area (a). Plug the power cable into the power cable socket located on the rear panel of your computer (b). Then plug the other end of the power cable into a power outlet (c).

Turning on your computer

After connecting the necessary peripherals and plugging in the power cable, you are now ready to turn the computer on and get to work. To turn on your computer: Turn on all peripherals connected to your computer, such as the monitor, printer, speakers, etc. On the front panel of your computer, press the Power button.
Important: Make sure that the power cable is properly plugged into an electrical outlet. If you are using a power strip or an AVR (Auto-Voltage Regulator), make sure that it is plugged in and turned on.
Turning off your computer
To turn off your computer, follow the steps below. For Windows XP: On the Windows XP taskbar, click on the Start button, and click Turn Off Computer, then click Turn Off. Turn off all peripherals connected to your computer.
If you cannot shut down your computer normally, press and hold the power button for at least four seconds. Quickly pressing the button may put the computer in suspend mode only.

Connecting USB devices

Universal Serial Bus (USB) is a serial bus design capable of cascading peripherals such as a digital camera, keyboard, mouse, joystick, scanner, printer and modem. With USB, complex cable connections can be eliminated. Your computer comes with eight external USB ports: four on the front and four on the rear panel. These ports support USB 2.0 high-performance external devices such as webcams and digital still cameras. They also allow you to connect additional USB devices to your computer without using up its resources. To connect a USB device, simply plug the device cable into any of the USB ports (black) located on the front and rear panels of your computer.
Note: The USB devices shown below are for reference only. Actual device models may vary by geographic region.
Note: Some USB devices have a built-in USB port which permits you to connect more USB devices.
This chapter contains instructions on how to upgrade your computer, and basic information about your system boards that you will find helpful when performing the upgrade process.
Before you install any computer component, we recommend that you read the following sections. These sections contain important ESD precautions along with preinstallation and post-installation instructions.

ESD precautions

Electrostatic discharge (ESD) can damage your processor, disk drives, expansion boards, and other components. Always observe the following precautions before you install a computer component: Do not remove a component from its protective packaging until you are ready to install it. Wear a wrist grounding strap and attach it to a metal part of the computer before handling components. If a wrist strap is not available, maintain contact with the computer throughout any procedure requiring ESD protection.
Preinstallation instructions
Always observe the following before you install any component: 5 Turn off your computer and all the peripherals connected to it before opening it. Then unplug all cables from the power outlets. Open your computer according to the instructions on page 53. Follow the ESD precautions described above before handling a computer component. Remove any expansion boards or peripherals that block access to the DIMM sockets or component connectors. See the following sections for specific instructions on the component you wish to install.
Warning! Not turning off the computer properly before you start installing the components may cause serious damage. Do not attempt the procedures described in the following sections unless you are a qualified service technician.

This chapter describes applications that are preinstalled on your computer.
71 Depending on the hardware and optional features installed in your computer, your system came bundled with several program utilities designed to streamline your computer's operations. These utilities may include any of the following: Adobe Reader NTI CD-Maker PowerDVD BIOS utility Acer Empowering Technology
If your computer is configured with Microsoft Windows XP, the following utilities can be used to monitor and maintain system health: Backup Disk Defragmenter
All of the applications that came with your computer are very easy to use. However, if you need more help or information, you may refer to the online help documentation provided in each software application.

Adobe Reader

Adobe Reader is software that lets you view, navigate, browse and print Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) files on all major computer platforms.
To read a PDF document or 3

you can:

Simply double click on any file with an icon like that shown above. On the windows taskbar, click on the Start button, highlight Programs, and select Adobe Reader. Once the program is running, select Open from the File menu. Select the file you wish to view in the Open file browser and click the Open button.
For more information about Adobe Reader, you may refer to the Adobe Reader Help menu.
NTI CD&DVD-Maker (for models with CD or DVD Burner)
The NTI CD&DVD-Maker is optical disk-recording software that allows you to create and copy audio, data and videos to recordable or rewritable optical disks. To copy an audio or data disk: 3 Click the Quick Burning icon on the desktop. Insert the CD you would like to copy into the source drive and a blank disk into the target drive. Choose the source and target drives from the pull-down lists.
Click the Start button to begin copying.
For more information about NTI CD&DVD-Maker and its other features, refer to the NTl CD&DVD-Maker Help menu.
PowerDVD (for models with DVD)
PowerDVD is a high-quality, pure software DVD player that brings high-quality movies and karaoke to your multimedia PC. You can play back high-resolution DVD titles or MPEG-2 files with MPEG-2 video and Dolby Digital (AC-3) audio. PowerDVD provides a complete set of commands for navigation and advanced features such as multi-angle switching, multi-language and multi-subtitle selection, and parental control. It also has the i-Power Internet Enabling feature, which links to online DVD resources via the Power DVD Desktop Portal Page.

In most cases, when you insert a DVD into your computer's optical drive, PowerDVD will automatically open a viewer window and the control panel and begin playing.
If PowerDVD does not open automatically: Click the Start button in the taskbar. Highlight All Programs. Click the Cyberlink PowerDVD tab. Select PowerDVD. to begin playback.
When PowerDVD opens, simply press the play button
For more information about Cyberlink PowerDVD and its other features, refer to the PowerDVD Help menu.

BIOS utility

The BIOS utility is a hardware configuration program built into your computer's Basic Input/Output System (BIOS). Since most computers are already properly configured and optimized, there is no need to run this utility. However, if you encounter configuration problems and get the "Run Setup" message, you will need to run this utility.
Note: Before you run BIOS, make sure that you have saved all open files. The computer reboots immediately after you exit Setup. To run the BIOS utility, press the Del key on your keyboard during computer boot up.

Reinstalling programs

If you uninstall one of the preinstalled programs and want to reinstall it, do the following: Make sure that the system is turned on. Insert the System CD into the CD or DVD drive. Select the application that you want to reinstall. Follow all onscreen instructions until you finish the installation.

Recovering your system

If your operating system files are lost or damaged, the recovery process will restore your system's original factory default settings or last system backup. Your Veriton series computer includes an OBR(One Button Recovery) button, a feature that makes restoring your system quick and easy. OBR works from a hidden partition on your hard drive that contains all the information required to restore your system. There are two modes to recovery your system. One is from systems original settings and another is from system backup. You can press Alt + F10 after the BIOS finishes running the Power On Self Test (POST).
Warning: Initiating the recovery operation while the operating system is running will result in abnormal shutdown and may make your current OS unstable or unusable.
After the POST runs, Press Alt + F10 combine key during BIOS to enter hidden partition. This utility has same password protection with Acer eRecovery. Follow all onscreen instructions.

The following questions indicate possible situations that may arise during the use of your computer and each is followed by easy answers and solutions.
I pressed the power switch but the system did not boot up.
Check the LED located above the power switch. If the LED is not lit, no power is being applied to the system. Try the following: Check if the voltage selector switch located on the rear panel of the computer is set to the correct voltage. Check if you properly plugged the power cable into an electrical outlet. If you are using a power strip or AVR, make sure it is plugged in and turned on. Is a nonbootable (nonsystem) diskette in the floppy drive? If yes, remove or replace it with a system diskette and press <Ctrl> + <Alt> + <Del> to restart your computer. The operating system files may be damaged or missing. Insert the startup disk you created during Windows setup into the floppy drive and press <Ctrl> + <Alt> + <Del> to restart your computer. This will automatically diagnose your system and make necessary fixes. However, if the diagnostic utility still reports a problem, then you may have to perform the recovery process to restore your system to its original default factory settings.
If the LED is lit, check the following:
Note: For more information about recovering your system, see "Acer eRecovery Management" on page 11.
Nothing appears on the screen.
Your computer's power management function automatically blanks the screen to save power. Just press any key to turn the display back on. If pressing a key does not work, you can restart your computer. If restarting your computer does not work, contact your dealer or technical support center for assistance.
The printer does not work.
Do the following: Make sure the printer is connected to a power outlet and that it is turned on. Make sure the printer cable is connected securely to the system's parallel or USB port and the corresponding port on the printer. See "Connecting your printer" on page 45 for more information. For additional information concerning the printer, refer to the printer's documentation.
No sound comes out from the computer.
Check the following: The volume may be muted. Look for the Volume icon on the taskbar. If it is crossed-out, click on the icon and deselect the Mute option. You can also press the volume control/mute knob on your USB keyboard to toggle from mute to sound on. If headphones, earphones or external speakers are connected to the lineout jack of your computer, the internal or built-in speakers are automatically turned off.

System cannot read diskette, hard disk, CD or DVD information.
Check the following: Make sure you are using the correct type of disk. Make sure the CD or DVD is inserted into the drive correctly. Check if the CD or DVD is clean and unscratched. Check your drive by using a good (undamaged) disk. If your drive can not read the information on the good disk there may be a problem with the drive. Contact your dealer or technical support center for assistance.
System cannot write data on the hard disk or CD-R/CD-RW.
Check the following: Make sure the diskette or hard disk is not write-protected. Make sure you are using the correct type of disk or diskette.
Appendix A: Regulations and safety notices
ENERGY STAR guidelines compliance
As an ENERGY STAR partner, Acer Inc. has determined that this product meets the ENERGY STAR guidelines for energy efficiency.

FCC notice

This device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This device generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this device does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the device off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the device and receiver. Connect the device into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for help.

Notice: Shielded cables

All connections to other computing devices must be made using shielded cables to maintain compliance with FCC regulations.
Notice: Peripheral devices
Only peripherals (input/output devices, terminals, printers, etc.) certified to comply with the Class B limits may be attached to this equipment. Operation with non-certified peripherals is likely to result in interference to radio and TV reception.


Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user's authority, which is granted by the Federal Communications Commission, to operate this computer.

Operation conditions

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Appendix A: Regulations and safety notices This device is restricted to indoor use due to its operation in the 5.15 to 5.25 GHz frequency range. FCC requires this product to be used indoors for the frequency range 5.15 to 5.25 GHz to reduce the potential for harmful interference to co-channel Mobile Satellite systems. High power radar are allocated as primary users of the 5.25 to 5.35 GHz and 5.65 to 5.85 GHz bands. These radar stations can cause interference with and/or damage this device. An improper installation or unauthorized use may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Also any tampering of the internal antenna will void the FCC certification and your warranty.
Canada Low-power license-exempt radio communication devices (RSS-210)
a Common information Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1. This device may not cause interference, and 2. This device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device. Operation in 2.4 GHz band To prevent radio interference to the licensed service, this device is intended to be operated indoors and installation outdoors is subject to licensing. Operation in 5 GHz band
The device for the band 5150-5250 MHz is only for indoor usage to reduce potential for harmful interference to co-channel Mobile Satellite systems. High power radars are allocated as primary users (meaning they have priority) of 5250-5350 MHz and 5650-5850 MHz and these radars could cause interference and/or damage to LELAN (Licence-Exempt Local Area Network) devices.
Federal Communications Comission Declaration of Conformity
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. The following local manufacturer/importer is responsible for this declaration: Product name: Model: Name of responsible party: Address of responsible party: Personal computer Veriton Series Acer America Corporation
2641 Orchard Parkway San Jose, CA 95134 USA
Mr. Young Kim 408-922-2909 408-922-2606
Contact person: Tel: Fax:
Declaration of Conformity for CE marking
Name of manufacturer: Address of manufacturer: Acer Inc. 8F, 88, Sec. 1, Hsin Tai Wu Rd. Hsichih, Taipei Hsien 221 Taiwan Declares that product: Model: Personal computer Veriton Series



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