HP Omnibook 900
1024 x 768 - HP - Touchpad - Trackpoint - Without Optical Drive - Intel CPU - Notebook - 12 GB disk
For the most part, as a mobile professional who uses a notebook PC, you've had to make a choice. Either you went with a lightweight notebook PC for mobility - and compromised on performance. Or you chose a performance PC - and suffered on those long marches to the airline gate. Now, Hewlett-Packard has introduced a notebook PC that combines the performance you need to run virtually any application with the portability you need to take your show on the road. In fact, the HP OmniBook 900 noteb... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your HP Omnibook 900 photo ]
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User reviews and opinions
|PauloGoes||6:23pm on Tuesday, October 26th, 2010|
|Good build quality, excellent support None really Size/power Tempermental/noise The Game Boy Advance... Tekken is a fight game like Street Fighters. You have a tutorial, more a preparation with all the combinaisons of hits.|
|Lysia||6:15pm on Sunday, September 5th, 2010|
|Ordered the XBR-60Lx900 a week before Thanksgiving, arrived after I returned to the Mainland, set it up on Christmas day.|
|darren13||11:33pm on Friday, August 27th, 2010|
|I love it Brews Quickly","Durable","Easy To Clean","Easy To Use","Large Pot","Multiple Settings","Stylish Not Very Powerful","Poor Sound Quality|
|malikpsc1||6:29pm on Tuesday, August 17th, 2010|
|I kind of expected to be able to store a large amount of coffee beans ready for grinding as needed, but this is not the case.|
|rosrj||3:26am on Thursday, May 20th, 2010|
|Do not buy. We purchased this coffe maker in hopes of having fresh brewed coffee in the morning .|
|johnjmclaughlin||4:58am on Friday, April 2nd, 2010|
|This is the 3rd Cuisinart coffee maker we have owned. The coffee on demand (we owned 2) only last a year if you use them everyday like we do.|
|Katya||9:46pm on Monday, March 15th, 2010|
|This is a good machine with almost everything you need for making a good pot of coffee.|
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HP OmniBook 900
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Your HP OmniBook PC contains factory-installed software programs. Please read the Software License Agreement before proceeding. Carefully read this License Agreement before proceeding to operate this equipment. Rights in the software are offered only on the condition that the customer agrees to all terms and conditions of the License Agreement. Proceeding to operate the equipment indicates your acceptance of these terms and conditions. If you do not agree with the terms of the License Agreement, you must now either remove the software from your hard disk drive and destroy the master diskettes, or return the complete computer and software for a full refund. Proceeding with configuration signifies your acceptance of the License Terms. Unless otherwise stated below, this HP Software Product License Agreement shall govern the use of all software that is provided to you, the customer, as part of the HP computer product. It shall supersede any non-HP software license terms that may be found online, or in any documentation or other materials contained in the computer product packaging. Note: Operating System Software by Microsoft is licensed to you under the Microsoft End User License Agreement (EULA) contained in the Microsoft documentation. The following License Terms govern the use of the software: Use. Customer may use the software on any one computer. Customer may not network the software or otherwise use it on more than one computer. Customer may not reverse assemble or decompile the software unless authorized by law. Copies and Adaptations. Customer may make copies or adaptations of the software (a) for archival purposes or (b) when copying or adaptation is an essential step in the use of the software with a computer so long as the copies and adaptations are used in no other manner. Ownership. Customer agrees that he/she does not have any title or ownership of the software, other than ownership of the physical media. Customer acknowledges and agrees that the software is copyrighted and protected under the copyright laws. Customer acknowledges and agrees that the software may have been developed by a third party software supplier named in the copyright notices included with the software, who shall be authorized to hold the Customer responsible for any copyright infringement or violation of this Agreement. Product Recovery CD-ROM. If your computer was shipped with a product Recovery CD-ROM: (i) The product recovery CD-ROM and/or support utility software may only be used for restoring the hard disk of the
To install audio support for retail Windows NT 4.0 (OmniBook 900)..6-8 To disable automatic CD-ROM detection..6-8 To install the Euro Key Patch..6-8 Installing Mobile Enhancements..6-10 To install APM for Windows NT 4.0..6-10 To install Card Executive for retail Windows NT 4.0...6-11 Installing Pointing Device Support..6-12 To install the full pointing stick capabilities..6-12 To install full touch pad capabilities..6-13 Installing Intel SpeedStep Technology Applet.6-15 To install the Intel SpeedStep Technology Applet.6-15 Installing OmniBook Docking System Support.6-16 To install the OmniBook Docking System support..6-16 Installing Cards...6-17 To install a 3Com 3C589D EtherLink III PC Card.6-17 To install a 3Com 3C575 Fast EtherLink XL CardBus PC Card...6-18 Using the OmniBook Docking Solutions.. 7-1 Operating the Docking Solutions..7-2 To install a docking tray..7-2 To dock the OmniBook...7-3 To undock the OmniBook..7-4 To manually undock the OmniBook.7-4 To set an undock password..7-5 Using the OmniBook Docking System..7-5 Using the Docking Solutions under Windows 95/98..7-6 To configure a docked hardware profile..7-7 Using the Docking Solutions under Windows NT.7-8 To create a docked hardware profile.7-8 Features and Support Information... 8-1 OmniBook 900 Features...8-3 OmniBook Docking Solutions Features..8-6 OmniBook Accessories..8-7 Getting Assistance and Support..8-9 To look up technical information...8-9 To get HP OmniBook assistance..8-12 Electronic Support Services..8-12
Repair Assistance...8-13 Customer Support Centers..8-13 To get repair assistance..8-15 Hewlett-Packard Limited Warranty Summary.8-15 Removing OmniBook Passwords..8-16 To remove the password..8-16 Using Electronic Serial Numbers..8-18 To ensure serial number security..8-18 To correct an incorrect serial number..8-19
Introducing the OmniBook
Thank you for evaluating the HP OmniBook. The Hewlett-Packard Mobile Computing Division developed this Corporate Evaluators Guide to help you evaluate the OmniBook. The guide discusses its features and provides instruction on specific operating systems. This guide explains how to configure the OmniBook after the hard disk has been formatted and loaded with your companys disk image. OmniBook specific software, device drivers, and multimedia support are described in detail. You will find information on system resources, technical specifications, solutions to common problems, and a list of support resources. The OmniBook comes with: Your choice of preinstalled operating systems Windows 95 OSR2.5 and Windows 98, which support hot docking, Plug-n-Play, infrared, wireless data transfer and hot swapping of accessories such as the floppy disk or CD-ROM drive. Windows NT 4.0 with Service Pack 4a (Service Pack 5 on the OmniBook 900 B), which supports advanced power management, and Plug-n-Play PC Cards with HPs Windows NT Mobile Solution.
Setting Language BIOS Revision System Time System Date Floppy Drive Description Sets the language for this utility and for BIOS messages. Shows the current BIOS version. Sets the time using 24-hour format. Values set take effect immediately. Sets the date using dd/mm/yy format (except English, which is mm/dd/yy format). Sets the floppy drive type. Default English Detected automatically.
Internal Hard Disk
Sets the hard disk drive type and various parameters.
Floppy disk drive type detected and set automatically. Hard disk drive detected and set automatically.
Quiet Boot Video Display Device Video Expansion When enabled, hides summary of power-on self-test and messages during boot. Sets whether the built-in display automatically switches to an external display, if one is detected. When enabled, the video image covers the entire display in lower resolution modes (VGA). When disabled, the video image is centered in the display. Sets whether the internal (built-in) video adapter automatically switches to an external video adapter connected to the docking system, if one is detected. Shows the system memory size. Shows the extended memory size. For a processor with a serial number, makes the processor serial number available to software. Enabled Auto Disabled
Primary Video Adapter
System Memory Extended Memory CPU Serial Number
640KB Detected automatically. Disabled
System Devices Menu
Setting PS/2 Pointing Devices Description Disables the internal pointing devices when an external PS/2 mouse is connected. This is required for the scroll wheel on a PS/2 mouse to function. Enables one or both built-in PS/2 devices. Sets whether left CTRL + left ALT on an external keyboard is interpreted as the Fn key. Enables the primary (hard drive) and secondary (optional CDROM drive) controllers. Enables the floppy drive. Sets how the serial port is configured by the BIOS (specified or automatic). Sets the I/O address and interrupt. Sets how the infrared port is configured by the BIOS (specified or automatic). Sets the hardware to support SIR (Standard IR), ASK IR (amplitude shift keyed IR), or FIR (Fast IR) infrared communications. (Driver installation required for Windows 95.) Sets the I/O address and interrupt. For Fast Ir mode, sets the DMA channel. Sets how parallel port is configured by the BIOS (specified or automatic). Sets the port to normal, bidirectional, EPP, or ECP. Sets the I/O address. Sets the interrupt. For ECP mode, sets the DMA channel. Default Auto
Operating the OmniBook Protecting the OmniBook
Protecting the OmniBook
Your OmniBook provides several ways for you to protect your computer. This section describes how to Set or change a password. Delete a password. Attach a security cable. Enable drive lock protection.
To set or change a password
The OmniBook provides two levels of password protectionuser password protection and administrator password protection. You cannot set the user password until you set an administrator password. If password protection is set, then you will be prompted to enter a password whenever you reset or turn on the computer (depending on your setting). You cannot use the computer until you enter the correct password. To set, change, or delete password protection for this OmniBook, use the BIOS Setup utility. 1. From the Start menu, shut down, then restart the OmniBook. 2. When you see the HP logo, press F2 to enter the BIOS Setup utility. 3. Select the Security menu. 4. Select Set Administrator Password, then press ENTER. 5. Type the new password, then press ENTER. The password can contain up to eight alphanumeric characters, and it is not case-sensitive. 6. Type the password again to confirm, then press ENTER. 7. Under Password Required To, choose when the password will be required. Select Boot to require password when booting the OmniBook. Select Resume to require password when resuming from Suspend. Select Undock to require password when undocking the OmniBook. 8. If desired, repeat this procedure for Set User Password. 9. Press F10 to Save and Exit the BIOS Setup utility.
If you forget a password, call Customer Support to determine the proper removal procedure. Refer to the Feature and Support Information for more information.
To delete a password
You can use this procedure to delete either a User or an Administrator password. If you delete an administrator password, the OmniBook automatically deletes the user password as well. 1. From the Start menu, shut down, then restart the OmniBook. 2. When you see the HP logo, press F2 to enter the BIOS Setup utility. 3. Select the Security menu. 4. Select Set Administrator Password, then press ENTER. 5. Type the current password, then press ENTER. 6. Press ENTER at the Enter New Password prompt. 7. Press ENTER at the Confirm New Password prompt. 8. Press Continue. 9. Press F10 to Save and Exit the BIOS Setup utility.
To attach a security cable
Your OmniBook has a built-in connector that allows you to secure the OmniBook with a cable. The Kensington MicroSaver lock system works with this connector and is available at many computer stores. 1. Wrap the cable around a stationary object, such as a table leg. 2. Loop the cable to create a slip knot around the stationary objectmake sure it cant slip off 3. Insert the lock into one of the OmniBook security connectors and release the key. Store the key in a safe place away from the OmniBook.
Using Windows 98
Windows 98 comes factory-installed on the OmniBook 900. On the OmniBook 900 B Windows 98, Second Edition comes factory-installed. The following procedure installs a retail version of Windows 98 and configures the appropriate device drivers Requirements OmniBook 900. OmniBook 900 CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive. Windows 98 CD-ROM. OmniBook drivers for Windows 98 Location: On the OmniBook hard drive and the OmniBook 900 Recovery CD, the drivers are in \OMNIBOOK\DRIVERS\WIN98. On the OmniBook 900 B, Recovery CD the drivers are in \OMNIBOOK\DRIVERS\W98.
Using Windows 98 Installing Retail Windows 98
Installing Retail Windows 98
If you install a retail version of Windows 98, youll also need to manually install video, audio, PC Card, and infrared drivers. This section describes how to Preparing for software installation. Install a retail version of Windows 98. Install video support for retail Windows 98. Install audio support for retail Windows 98. Install PC Card support for retail Windows 98. Install infrared support for retail Windows 98. Disabling automatic CD-ROM detection. Installing patches for Windows 98, first edition. Installing docking support.
To prepare for software installation
It is recommended you repartition your hard disk before installing retail Windows 98. Follow the instructions below to repartition your hard disk. 1. Connect a CD-ROM drive to the external module bay. 2. Use the FDD cable to connect the floppy drive module directly to the parallel port of the OmniBook, and then reboot the OmniBook. 3. Insert the first Recovery CD of the set into the CD-ROM drive. 4. Insert a blank formatted floppy disk into the A: drive. 5. Open an MS-DOS Prompt. 6. Go to the \RECOVER\BOOTDISK directory on the Recovery CD. If D: is the drive letter of your CD-ROM drive, type D: CD \RECOVER\BOOTDISK (on the OmniBook 900 B, type CD \OMNIBOOK\BOOTDISK) 7. Type MAKESUPP. 8. Enter A as the Floppy drive. 9. Enter Y to continue. 10. Press any key to continue. 11. Enter N when complete. 12. Close the MS-DOS Prompt.
Using Windows 98 Installing Retail Windows 98 Format the hard drive 1. With the OmniBook 900 turned off, insert the CD-ROM drive into the module bay and connect the floppy with the floppy cable (F1473A) to the parallel port of the Omnibook. Restart your system using the floppy disk you just created. Make sure the Recovery CD-ROM is not in the CD-ROM drive. 2. On the 900A, select your keyboard layout and press ENTER. 3. Enter Y to continue without a recovery CD. 4. Enter 2 to exit to DOS. 5. After booting you will get "A:>" DOS prompt. 6. Type Format C: /q /u. 7. Enter Y to format the C: drive. 8. Enter your desired Volume Label and press ENTER. 9. Insert the first Recovery CD of the set, wait for the CD-ROM drive to be ready and type SYS C: 10. Insert the Windows 98 Installation CD-ROM. 11. Type the following commands to copy the Windows 98 files to the C: drive. C: MD \WINDOWS MD \WINDOWS\OPTIONS MD \WINDOWS\OPTIONS\CABS Copy G:\WIN98\*.* C:\WINDOWS\OPTIONS\CABS COPY A:\DOS\HIMEM.SYS C:\ COPY CON C:\CONFIG.SYS DEVICE=C:\HIMEM.SYS /MACHINE:2 Press F6 then Enter
Please install the latest version of the Windows Media Player in OMNIBOOK\DRIVERS\WIN98\NETSHOW\ by running MPFULL.EXE. This will prevent an issue if you Suspend when playing an audio or video file.
To Install PC Card support for retail Windows 98, First Edition (OmniBook 900 B)
If youve installed a retail version of Windows 98, youll need to install PC Card support. This step is not required for Windows 98, Second Edition. On the OmniBook 900 B Recovery CD the driver is located in \OMNIBOOK\DRIVERS\W98\1ST_EDN.W98\PCCARD. 1. From Control Panel, double-click the System icon. 2. Select the Device Manager tab. 3. Select each "Generic Cardbus Controller" under the "PCMCIA socket" category and click Remove. 4. Close the System Properties window and open a DOS window. 5. Go to the \OMNIBOOK\DRIVERS\W98\1ST_EDN.W98\PCCARD directory on the Recovery CD and run PCCARDQ.EXE. If D: is the drive letter of your CD-ROM drive, type: D: CD \OMNIBOOK\DRIVERS\W98\1ST_EDN.W98\PCCARD PCCARDQ.EXE 6. Copy an updated PCMCIA configuration to the Windows system by typing: CD W98ONLY COPY PCMCIA.INF C:\WINDOWS\INF /Y COPY PCMCIA.INF C:\WINDOWS\OPTIONS\CABS /Y 7. Shutdown and restart the OmniBook. Win98 will start the Hardware Wizard. 8. Click Next at the "Add New Hardware Wizard". 9. Click Next to "Search for the best driver for your device." 10. Click Next. Windows will detect the CardBus Controller. 11. Click Next. Windows will start the PC Card Wizard. 12. Click Next, Next, Finish to complete the wizard. 13. Click Yes to keep the existing PCCard.vxd. 14. Click Finish. Windows will detect the other CardBus controller. 15. Click Next at the "Add New Hardware Wizard". 16. Click Next to "Search for the best driver for your device."
Using Windows 98 Installing Retail Windows 98 17. Click Next. Windows will detect the CardBus Controller. 18. Click Yes to keep the existing PCCard.vxd. 19. Click Finish. 20. Click Yes to restart the computer.
To Install PC Card support for retail Windows 98, First Edition (OmniBook 900)
If youve installed a retail version of Windows 98, youll need to install PC Card support. This driver is located on the OmniBooks hard drive or on the Recovery CD in \OMNIBOOK\DRIVERS\WIN98\PCCARD. 1. Insert the Recovery CD. 2. Select Run from the Start menu. 3. Enter \OMNIBOOK\DRIVERS\WIN98\PCCARD\PCCARDQ.EXE from the Recovery CD and click OK. 4. Shutdown and restart the OmniBook.
To enable infrared support for retail Windows 98
If youve installed a retail version of Windows 98 and you wish to use infrared, youll need to enable infrared support. 1. Reboot the OmniBook. 2. When you see the HP logo, press F2 to enter the BIOS Setup utility. 3. Go to the System Devices menu. 4. Set the Infrared Port to Enabled. 5. Set the Mode to FIR. 6. Set the Base I/O address to either 2F8 IRQ3 or 3F8 IRQ4. 7. If necessary, set the DMA Channel to DMA 3. 8. Set the Parallel Port Mode to EPP. 9. Save and exit the BIOS Setup utility. 10. If prompted, enter C:\WINDOWS\OPTIONS\CABS directory and click OK. 11. Click Yes to restart the computer. 12. From Control Panel, open Infrared then Options. 13. Check Enable infrared communication and click OK.
Using Windows 98 Installing Pointing Device Support
To disable automatic CD-ROM detection
Windows 98 will automatically detect and respond when you insert a CD. However, this prevents the OmniBook from automatically turning off after a period of inactivity if the CD-ROM drive is present. To disable this feature: 1. From Control Panel, double-click System, then click Device Manager. 2. Double-click CD-ROM drive. 3. Select the CD-ROM driver displayed, then click Properties. 4. Click Settings, then uncheck Auto Insert Notification. 5. Check DMA to increase CD-ROM/DVD-ROM performance. Click OK when the alert message appears. 6. Click OK to close the CD-ROM Properties window. 7. Close the System Properties window. 8. Click Yes to restart Windows 98.
Installing Pointing Device Support
Two pointing devices (pointing stick and touch pad) are built into your OmniBook. The default pointing device driver (PS/2 Mouse) support the basic features of both the pointing stick and the touch pad. This section describes how to Install the full pointing stick capabilities. Install the full touch pad capabilities Both pointing devices use the click buttons, which work like the right and left buttons on a standard mouse. What the buttons do depends on the software being used. You can customize the OmniBook to support the enhanced features of one of these pointing devices. You cannot activate enhanced features for both simultaneously. The following describes the pointing device driver options available on the OmniBook: Basic PS/2 Mouse Driver Supports the basic features of both (or either) pointing devices PS/2 TrackPoint Driver Supports the enhanced features of the pointing stick and the basic features of the touch pad
Using Windows 95 Installing Cards
Requirements OmniBook 900 with Windows 95 installed. 3Com 3C589D EtherLink III PC Card. 3Com 3C589D EtherLink III Driver Disk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Insert the floppy drive and restart the OmniBook. While Windows 95 is running, insert the PC Card. The New Hardware Found window is displayed. Insert the 3Com driver disk, then click Next. Click Finish. A dialog box displays Windows 95 Cant Find The Necessary Driver. Even though the disk may still be in drive A, enter A:\ when the path dialog box appears, then click OK. 8. If prompted, enter the path C:\WINDOWS\OPTIONS\CABS, then click OK. 9. Shut down and restart Windows 95.
Requirements OmniBook 900 with Windows 95 installed. 3Com 3C575 Fast EtherLink XL CardBus PC Card. 3Com 3C575 Fast EtherLink XL CardBus PC Card Driver Disk. 1. Insert the floppy drive and restart the OmniBook. 2. While Windows 95 is running, insert the PC Card. The New Hardware Found window is displayed. 3. Insert the 3Com driver disk, then click Next.
Using Windows 95 Installing Cards 4. Click Finish to install the driver. 5. Even though the 3Com driver disk is still in the A: drive, Windows will prompt you to insert the driver disk. Click OK. 6. Type A:\ when the path dialog box appears, then click OK. 7. If asked for the path to the Windows 95 cab files, enter the path C:\WINDOWS\OPTIONS\CABS. Press Enter. 8. From Control Panel, double-click Network, then click Identification. 9. Enter your computer name, workgroup and description. 10. If necessary, click the Configuration tab and add new protocols. 11. Click OK to close the Network Properties window. 12. Click Yes to restart the OmniBook. Your 3Com 3C575 Fast EtherLink XL CardBus PC Card is now ready for use.
Using Windows NT 4.0
Windows NT 4.0 with Service Pack 4a (Service Pack 5 on the OmniBook 900 B) comes factory-installed on the OmniBook 900. You can get Service Pack 5 from Microsofts web site and on the OmniBook 900 B Recovery CD. The following procedure installs a retail version of Windows NT 4.0 and configures the appropriate device drivers. Windows NT 4.0 is not Advanced Power Management (APM) aware or Plug and Play (PnP) compatible. If you are not using the Windows NT 4.0 OmniBook Mobile Enhancements, the following will occur: PC Cards (PCMCIA) cannot be hot swapped into any laptop with Windows NT. Windows NT 4.0 does not support dynamic allocation of resources. PC Cards must be inserted into the unit before booting. PC Card sockets are not enabled after resuming. PC Cards are inoperable after a true suspend then resume cycle. Rebooting restarts the sockets. The operating systems clock is stopped when suspended and does not re-synchronize with the hardware clock when resuming. When users resume NTs clock starts up exactly where it was when they suspended. Rebooting resets the clock. Requirements OmniBook 900 OmniBook 900 CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive. OmniBook Drivers for Windows NT 4.0 Location: If you purchased the OmniBook with Windows NT the drivers are both on the hard drive and Recovery CD in \OMNIBOOK\DRIVERS. You can also find the drivers on HPs website at http://www.hp.com/omnibook Retail Windows NT Workstation CD.
Using Windows NT 4.0 Installing OmniBook Docking System Support
If you are going to use the OmniBook Docking System you must install new IDE and SCSI drivers in Windows NT. This section describes how to Install the OmniBook Docking System support.
The OmniBook Docking System IDE drivers are located on the OmniBook 900 Recovery CD at \OMNIBOOK\DRIVERS\DOCKING\IDE and.\SCSI. On the OmniBook 900 B Recovery CD they are located at \OMNIBOOK\DRIVERS\NT4\DOCKING\IDE and.\SCSI They are also located on the Dock Update CD that ships with the OmniBook Docking System. 1. Open Windows Explorer. 2. Click the View menu, then Options. 3. Select Show all files and uncheck Hide file extensions for known file types, then click OK. 4. Copy the DOCKING directory to C:\TEMP. 5. From the Control Panel, double-click SCSI Adapters, then click Drivers. 6. Click Add. 7. Click Have Disk. 8. Enter C:\TEMP\DOCKING\IDE\WINNT and click OK. 9. Click OK to accept the CMD 64xx 32-Bit IDE Adapter. 10. Enter C:\TEMP\DOCKING\IDE\WINNT and click Continue. 11. Click No do not restart. 12. Click Add. 13. Click Have Disk. 14. Enter the C:\TEMP\DOCKING\SCSI\MINIPORT directory and click OK. 15. Click OK to accept the Symbios Logic PCI (53c8XX). 16. Enter the C:\TEMP\DOCKING\SCSI\MINIPORT directory and click Continue. 17. Click Yes to restart the OmniBook. You can now dock the OmniBook in the OmniBook Docking System. When you start Windows NT out of the OmniBook Docking System you may receive errors concerning these drivers. To prevent these errors, you
Using Windows NT 4.0 Installing Cards must create profiles that disable these drivers when the OmniBook is out of the dock. To create Windows NT Hardware profiles refer to the next chapter or the read me in the DOCKING directory on the Recovery CD.
Requirements OmniBook 900 with Windows NT 4.0 installed. 3Com 3C589D EtherLink III PC Card. Windows NT 4.0 CD-ROM. Resources Interrupt: 11 I/O: 0x1000 Memory 0xD4000
These procedures assume that Phoenix CardExecutive is installed and Windows NT Networking has not been installed. For more information on installing PC Cards in Windows NT, visit our web site at www.hp.com/omnbook. 1. Connect the CD-ROM drive to the OmniBook and restart Windows NT 4.0. 2. Insert the PC Card. 3. When the PCMCIA Card Not Configured window appears, select Install system provided driver for this card and click OK. 4. Insert the Windows NT Installation CD in the CD-ROM drive, enter the \i386\ directory and click OK. 5. Enter the resources listed above and click OK. 6. Click OK to the setup message. (The card has not been activated yet.) 7. If you installed the TCP/IP protocol, you will be asked if you wish to use DHCP. Select the appropriate choice for your network.
Environmental Operating temperature: Storage temperature: Relative humidity:
5 to 35 C (41 to 95 F). 20 to 50 C (4 to 122 F). 10% to 90% (noncondensing).
Features and Support Information OmniBook Accessories
OmniBook 900 Series Specific Accessories
F1704A F1705A F1706A F1746A External bay module. Lithium-ion battery. Lithium-ion battery charger 6.4-GB internal hard disk drive (replacement).
OmniBook 900 Shared Accessories
F1474A F1653A F1746A F1472A F1473A F1470A F1468A 24X CD-ROM drive module. 4X DVD drive module. Second 10GB HD drive module. 1.44-MB floppy drive module. Floppy drive cable for external use. LS-120 SuperDisk drive module. Docking bay module adapter.
F1477A F1452A F1451A F1453A F1456A F1457A F1622A F1454A F1455A F1469A F1643A F1623A F1626A F1625A F1627A F1611B F1612B F1613A F1645A F1747A 8120-6313 8120-6314 8120-6315 8120-6312 8120-6316 8120-6317 8120-8373 * Docking System and monitor stand (tall). Mini Dock (AC adapter included). Port Replicator (AC adapter included). Monitor stand for Port Replicator and Mini Dock. 32-MB SDRAM expansion card. 64-MB SDRAM expansion card. 128-MB SDRAM expansion card. 60-watt ac adapter. 75-watt auto/airline power adapter. PS/2 Y adapter. Xircom Realport 10/100MB Ethernet/56-Kbps Modem Combo Card Cardbus* Xircom 10/100MB Ethernet/56-Kbps Modem Combo Card* 3Com 10/100MB Ethernet PC Card Xircom 56-Kbps Global Modem PC Card.* Xircom 56-Kbps Global Modem PC Card.* HP Mobile ProtectTools Smart Card Kit, v2.0, 128-bit, for use in U.S. and Canada. HP Mobile ProtectTools Smart Card Kit, v2.0, 40-bit, for use outside U.S. and Canada. Smart Card 5-pack Kensington Microsaver Notebook Lock Defcon 1 Notebook Alarm Replacement power cord (U.S., Canada, Taiwan). Replacement power cord (Europe). Replacement power cord (Hong Kong, Singapore, U.K.). Replacement power cord (Australia). Replacement power cord (Japan). Replacement power cord (India, South Africa). Replacement power cord (Peoples Republic of China).
56Kbps refers to server download speed only. Download speeds of 56K are currently unavailable in the U.S. Other country-specific regulations may impose similar limits. The K56flex protocol is designed only to allow faster downloads from a K56flex server. Upload speeds are limited to 33.6Kbps. Maximum download transmission rates will vary according to line conditions.
Features and Support Information Getting Assistance and Support
Features and Support Information Getting Assistance and Support OmniBook Dock Quick Start Sheet Location: OmniBook Dock Box (Paper). Audience: End User, Corporate IT. Content: Setting up the Dock, support information. OmniBook Dock Users Guide Location: OmniBook Dock Box (printed document) and www.hp.com/omnbook. Audience: End User, Corporate IT. Content: Setting up the Port Replicator, using and connecting devices to the Port Replicator, troubleshooting, support information. 3rd Party Hardware Application Notes Location: www.hp.com/omnibook. Audience: Corporate IT and Resellers/Integrators. Content: Applications notes contain information on the supported and tested ISA, PCI and PC Cards in each operating system. Each card has an application note that describes how to configure it in HP OmniBooks. Approved and Tested Solutions List Location: www.hp.com/omnibook. Audience: Corporate IT and Resellers/Integrators. Content: Shows each 3rd-party product and whether or not it passed or failed in each operating system on each OmniBook. Corporate Evaluators Guide Location: www.hp.com/omnibook. Audience: Corporate IT, Resellers/Integrators. Content: Information about installing operating systems, as well as how to configure the OmniBook in a corporate, networked environment. Located at the OmniBook website. Corporate Deployment Guide Location: www.hp.com/omnibook. Audience: Corporate IT, Resellers/Integrators. Content: Set of tools and documentation to guide Corporate IT teams through the steps necessary for a successful mobile PC implementation within their enterprises.
To get HP OmniBook assistance
If you need assistance with your HP OmniBook or HP OmniBook accessory, use any of the following support services:
Provider Type HP Electronic Support Services HP Customer Support Centers HP-authorized resellers Type of Assistance Product literature, news, support documentation, applications notes, FAQs, software and Approved and Tested Solutions Telephone support assistance--free during warranty period In and out of warranty repair qualification and repair process Local support assistance Referral to Customer support center or HP-approved support provider
Features and Support Information Getting Assistance and Support For the latest list of phone numbers, see the OmniBook website under Support, http://www.hp.com/omnibook.
North America United States: (970) 635-1000 Canada (English): (970) 635-1000 Canada (French): (800) 387-3867 Mexico: 326 4600, Guadalejara 669 9500, Monterrey Central/South America Argentina: 69 Brazil: 1444 Venezuela: Europe Austria (German): 0660.6386 Belgium (Dutch): 02.626.8806 Belgium (French): 02.626.8807 Czech Republic: Denmark (Danish/Swedish): 3929.4099 Finland (Swedish/English): 0203.47.288 France (French): 01.43.62.34.34 Germany (German): 018.104.22.168 Greece: 6411 Hungary: 36(1) Netherlands (Dutch): 020.606.8751 Ireland (English): 01.662.5525 Italy (Italian): 02.264.10350 Norway (Norwegian/Swedish): 22.11.6299 Poland Portugal: 01.441.7199 Russia 3500 Spain (Spanish): 902.321.123 Sweden (Swedish): 08.619.2170 Switzerland (German/French): 0822.214.171.124 Turkey: 25 UK (English): 0171.512.52.02 English (non-UK): 02 Asia and Australia Australia: 03.9272.8000 China: 3888 Hong Kong: 800 967-729 India: 6035 Indonesia: 3408 Japan: 8333 Korea: Seoul 02.3270.0700, outside Seoul 080 999-0700 Malaysia: Penang 0028, outside Penang 2566 New Zealand: 543 Philippines: 3551 Singapore: 5300 Taiwan: 0055 Thailand: 4011 Vietnam: Africa/Middle East 11
To get repair assistance
Under Warranty: Contact one of the support providers or an HP Service Center to receive warranty service. The support provider will help qualify your unit for warranty repair based on the warranty applicable to your unit and original purchase date, and will provide you with repair processes in your area. Warranty service does not include cost of shipping, handling, duties, taxes, freight or fees to the service location. Out of Warranty: Contact one of the support providers or an HP Service Center. The support provider will provide you with repair charges and processes in your area, or will refer you to a repair center.
Hewlett-Packard Limited Warranty Summary
The following table summarizes Hewlett-Packards limited warranty. The OmniBook Support and Service booklet contains complete warranty information.
mode, 2-8 time-out, 2-6, 2-11 System Devices menu (BIOS), 2-4 system memory, 2-14 system resources BIOS settings, 2-4 DMA channels, 2-15 I/O addresses, 2-15 Input/Output addresses, 2-14 interrupts, 2-14 memory, 2-14 system interrupts, 2-14 system memory, 2-14
Windows 98, 4-5 Windows NT 4.0, 6-7
warranty, 8-15 website, 8-9 Windows reinstalling, 3-3 Windows 95 documentation, 8-9 factory build, 3-3, 3-4 Windows 95 (retail) infrared drivers for, 5-8, 5-10 installing, 5-2 PC Card drivers for, 5-8 video drivers, 5-6 Windows 98 (retail) infrared drivers for, 4-9 installing, 4-2 PC Card drivers for, 4-8, 4-9 video drivers, 4-5 Windows NT 4.0 factory build, 3-5 mobile enhancements, 6-10 no PnP support, 6-2 no power management, 6-2 without mobile enhancements, 6-2 Windows NT 4.0 (retail) APM drivers, 6-10 audio drivers, 6-7, 6-8 Card Executive, 6-11 Service Pack 3, 6-6 video drivers, 6-7
technical specifications, 8-6 technical support, 8-9 temperature, 8-6 limits, 8-4 testing the OmniBook, 2-19 time-outs, 2-6, 2-11 touch pad BIOS setting, 2-4 configuring, 4-11, 5-13, 6-13 track point. See pointing stick. See pointing stick. See pointing stick tray (docking), 7-3
undocking, 7-5 User's Handbook (online), 8-9
video drivers Windows 95, 5-6
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Introducing the OmniBook Operating the OmniBook Using the Recovery CD Using Windows 98 Using Windows 95 Using Windows NT 4.0 Using the OmniBook Docking Solutions Features and Support Information
For the most part, as a mobile professional who uses a notebook PC, you've had to make a choice. Either you went with a lightweight notebook PC for mobility - and compromised on performance. Or you chose a performance PC - and suffered on those long marches to the airline gate. Now, Hewlett-Packard has introduced a notebook PC that combines the performance you need to run virtually any application with the portability you need to take your show on the road. In fact, the HP OmniBook 900 notebook PC is so powerful and full-featured, it's destined to become your sole computer.
|Recommended Use||Small business, corporate business|
|Built-in Devices||Microphone, speaker, keyboard, touchpad, pointing stick, display|
|Localization||English / United States|
|Processor||Intel Pentium III 500 MHz|
|Data Bus Speed||100 MHz|
|Type||L2 cache - Advanced Transfer Cache|
|Installed Size||256 KB|
|Installed Size||64 MB / 320 MB (max)|
|Technology||SDRAM - non-ECC - 100 MHz|
|Form Factor||SO DIMM 144-pin|
|Configuration Features||Provided memory is soldered|
|Floppy Drive||3.5" 1.44 MB floppy - external|
|Hard Drive||12 GB|
|Display Type||13.3" TFT integrated|
|Max Resolution||1024 x 768 ( XGA )|
|Color Support||24-bit (16.7 million colors)|
|Graphics Processor / Vendor||AGP 2x|
|Video Memory||4 MB|
|Supported Display Graphics||VGA (640x480), XGA (1024x768), SVGA (800x600), SXGA (1280x1024)|
|Audio Output||Sound card|
|Compliant Standards||Sound Blaster, Sound Blaster 16/Pro|
|Audio Input||Microphone - integrated|
|Type||Keyboard, touchpad, pointing stick|
|Expansion / Connectivity|
|Expansion Slots Total (Free)||1 ( 1 ) x CardBus - type III (2 x type I / II) 1 ( 1 ) x memory - SO DIMM 144-pin|
|Interfaces||1 x USB - 4 pin USB Type A 1 x docking / port replicator - 240 pin docking 1 x display / video - VGA - 15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15) 1 x serial - RS-232C - 9 pin D-Sub (DB-9) 1 x infrared - IrDA 1 x parallel - IEEE 1284 (EPP/ECP) - 25 pin D-Sub (DB-25) 1 x storage - EIDE/FDD 1 x keyboard / mouse - generic - 6 pin mini-DIN (PS/2 style) 1 x headphones - output - mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm 1 x audio - line-in - mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm 1 x microphone - input - mini-phone mono 3.5 mm|
|Features||Docking security, Kensington MicroSaver security system, administrator password, system password, hard drive password, power-on password|
|Compliant Standards||Plug and Play|
|Voltage Required||AC 110/220 V ± 10% ( 50/60 Hz )|
|Power Provided||60 Watt|
|Compliant Standards||EPA Energy Star|
|Run Time (Up To)||3 hour(s)|
|Recharge Time||1.5 hour(s)|
|Operating System / Software|
|OS Provided||Microsoft Windows 2000|
|Software||Drivers & Utilities, HP TopTOOLS, McAfee VirusScan|
|Service & Support||1 year warranty|
|Service & Support Details||Limited warranty - parts and labor - 1 year - carry-in|
|Min Operating Temperature||41 °F|
|Max Operating Temperature||95 °F|
|Humidity Range Operating||20 - 90%|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
|Part Numbers||F1770KG#ABA, F1770KT#ABA|
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