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SCALEO E User Manual

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The information in this manual is subject to change without prior notification. Despite every care being taken in its production, we cannot rule out the possibility that this manual may contain errors or omissions. No liability whatsoever is accepted for errors or loss of data as a consequence of this. We recommend reading this manual carefully before operating the system for the first time. The trademarks used are protected by the respective owners. All other trademarks are trademarks or registered trademarks of the respective owner and are recognised as protected. Copyright Fujitsu Siemens Computers GmbH 2005. All rights reserved, in particular (also extracts) those of translation, reprinting, reproduction through copying or similar processes. Any infringements will result in the payment of compensation. All rights reserved, in particular for the granting of patents or registration of Community Trademarks. We reserve the right to make technical changes and alter delivery options.

As of: October 2005

Contents
1 Your SCALEO E....Safety, precautionary and compliance instructions..Startup....5 3.1 Connections and controls...5 3.1.1 Connections on the rear...5 3.1.2 Connections, displays and controls on the front..7 3.1.3 Multicard reader...9 3.1.4 Remote control...9 3.1.5 Keyboard....10 3.2 Connection and startup....13 3.2.1 Inserting/replacing the batteries for the remote control and keyboard.13 3.2.2 Connecting the antenna...13 3.2.3 Connecting the radio (optional)...14 3.2.4 Connecting the TV....14 Connecting to DVI...14 Connecting to SCART TV..15 Connecting to S-Video Out...15 Connecting to VGA (optional)...15 3.2.5 Connecting audio...16 Analogue stereo connection...16 Dolby 5.1 Surround connection...16 Dolby 7.1 Surround connection...16 Digital audio connection...17 3.2.6 Connecting additional devices e.g. printer...17 3.2.7 Connecting the power cable..17 3.2.8 Connecting additional devices...17 Connecting devices to SCART AUX connection (Loop through).17 Connecting external devices for playback and for digital recording (not in Media Center mode)...18 Connecting set-top box to S-VIDEO IN / VIDEO IN on the rear of the SCALEO E....20 3.3 Initial startup....Troubleshooting (FAQ)....23
4.1 Software error messages...23 4.2 System error messages...Transporting the system....Warranty services....Return of old units....Technical data and operating conditions..26 Technical data....26 Operating conditions...26 Volume....26 Unit classification...26 Supplement to the operating instructions...27

1 Your SCALEO E.

is a high-tech product which provides you with the perfect combination of maximum quality, reliability and performance. The Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition operating system provides a diverse range of multimedia options. Play back music, burn DVDs, record videos or watch TV. Connect the SCALEO E to your TV and control it with the remote control or keyboard. The SCALEO E supports Dolby Surround 7.1. Based on a design concept for a multimedia system, the SCALEO E is a digital media platform for the whole family. This digital media platform enables you to watch TV and record programmes, as well as play back digital audio or video files. Films and music can be enjoyed when connected to a hi-fi system. The integral multicard reader makes the SCALEO E the ideal multimedia system, which can be used for reading and writing to memory cards of different types. It supports the most common flash memories, including CompactFlash card (type I and II), IBM Microdrive, SmartMedia card (3.3 V), SecureDigital card, MultiMedia card and Memory Stick. This makes the SCALEO E the perfect partner for your digital photos. Videos and music require a large amount of memory. Therefore you can burn your data onto CD or DVD. This manual is designed to provide you with an overview of the standard configuration as well as useful tips and information for the operation of your SCALEO E. It explains how to set up and start your SCALEO E and solve any difficulties that may arise. You can find further information on your SCALEO E in the electronic user manuals. The component documentation corresponding to your configuration will automatically be copied to the "Manuals" folder during initial startup. This documentation can be accessed after initial startup under "Start" - "All Programs" "Manuals". The documentation for the components and the user manuals is also supplied in electronic form on the "Drivers & Utility" DVD in case reinstallation is required.
2 Safety, precautionary and compliance instructions
Your SCALEO E complies with the relevant safety regulations for IT equipment. Should you have any questions with regard to whether you can use the SCALEO E where intended please contact your sales agent or our service department. Risk of electrocution The unit requires a safety-tested power cable which complies with the regulations of the country of use. Check the cables and power plug for signs of damage on a regular basis. The SCALEO E may only be connected to a power socket installed in accordance with regulations. You may only operate the SCALEO E if its rated voltage matches the local mains voltage. Safe disconnection from the mains supply is only guaranteed by removing the power plug from the mains socket. Just because the on/off button is not illuminated, does not mean that the unit is isolated. Simply switching off the SCALEO E and add-on devices is not enough.

Risk of explosion General warnings: Your system is equipped with a replaceable lithium battery. The battery may only be replaced by trained service personnel. Contact our service engineers. Electromagnetic compatibility External units, such as LCD TVs, may only be connected to the interface ports with screened cables to meet the harmonised standards according to EMC legislation (Act on the Electromagnetic Compatibility of Equipment).
Computer setup Do not use any components and modules other than those recommended by the manufacturer when setting up your SCALEO E. The SCALEO E components have been functionally and thermally tailored to each other in such a way that enables the manufacturer to guarantee trouble-free operation. If you have any questions, please contact your specialist dealer or the hotline. Repairs to the SCALEO E may only be carried out by authorised qualified personnel. Unauthorised opening and incorrect repairs may pose considerable risk to the user (risk of electric shock or fire). Before you change, install or remove any components, disconnect the mains plug and, if applicable, detach the telephone cable from the SCALEO E (pull out the plug). The proper operation (according to IEC 60950/EN 60950) of the SCALEO E is only guaranteed with a fully attached housing and covers for installation slots (electrical shock, cooling, fire prevention, noise suppression). The SCALEO E may only be opened by authorised and qualified personnel. 2
2 Safety, precautionary and compliance instructions Tampering with the unit will result in a loss of the right to guarantee claims and the discontinuation of the manufacturer's guarantee obligation to uphold the harmonised standards according to the law regarding the electromagnetic compatibility of units and low voltage directive. All integrated circuits and memory modules, as well as the contacts on all sockets and plugs, are susceptible to static electricity. Protect these from static electricity. The effect of static electricity, rapid transients or strong electromagnetic fields on the SCALEO E may cause faults. Touch an earthed object or wear a ground strap to divert any electrostatic charge from your body. All ports are only designed for connection of safety extra-low voltage (SELV). If the BIOS needs to be updated, only Fujitsu Siemens Computers updates are to be used.
Optical drives Use only completely perfect storage media (e.g. CD, DVD) in your optical drive to avoid data loss, damage to the SCALEO E and injury. Each CD/DVD should be checked for damage such as fine cracks, fractures or similar prior to insertion in the drive. Note that additional adhesive changes the mechanical properties of a CD/DVD and may lead to an imbalance. Damaged and unbalanced CDs/DVDs may break at high drive speeds (data loss). Under some circumstances, sharp-edged fractures may penetrate the cover of the drive (damage to the machine) and be thrown out of the machine (risk of injury, in particular to exposed parts of the body such as face and neck). Look after the optical drive and prevent mechanical damage as well as premature ware of the storage media by taking the following advice: Cleaning Switch off the SCALEO E and any peripherals, removing the plug from the socket. Use a non-abrasive cleaning product and/or a lightly dampened cloth. Avoid using cleaning sprays and any kind of solution containing alcohol or other flammable liquids. Do not use any abrasive powder or cleaning agent which dissolves plastic for cleaning. Only insert CDs/DVDs in the drive when required and remove them after use. Store the CDs/DVDs in appropriate cases. Protect them from heat and direct sunlight.

Additional notes for proper operation Position the SCALEO E so that there is adequate air for cooling. Never cover the ventilation slots on the unit. This could cause overheating and thus shorten the life of your unit. Protect your SCALEO E from very high humidity, direct sunlight as well as high 3
2 Safety, precautionary and compliance instructions and extremely low temperatures. If the device is brought from a cold environment into a warmer installation site, bedewing may occur. Wait until the temperature of the device has equalised and it is completely dry before you put it into operation (approx. 2 to 4 hours). The device is not watertight. Do not immerse the device in water and protect it from spray (rain, sea water). Should abnormal odour or smoke be produced and in emergencies (e.g. damage to the housing, operating controls or power cables, and liquid or foreign bodies entering the unit), switch the SCALEO E off immediately, remove the plug and contact your sales agent or our hotline/Help Desk. Do not smoke in the vicinity of the SCALEO E, as particles of ash may settle inside your computer. Do not eat or drink over the keyboard as crumbs or liquids may cause it to malfunction. Ensure that the cables from the computer do not pose any risk (danger of stumbling) and cannot be damaged. The computer should preferably be transported in the original packaging as it has been specially designed for the system unit. Use a high quality double-screened cable to connect the printer. The ID plate may also be located underneath the housing. The hard disk has already been formatted and the operating system has been installed. It will only need to be formatted if the drive has to be reconfigured. The "Product Recovery" CD/DVD supplied can only be used to restore/install your operating system if a motherboard with a Fujitsu Siemens Computers BIOS is being used. Consumer PC systems are not suitable for high security and medical applications.
Data backup Create backup copies of your work files on a regular basis. This is the only way to protect against data loss, e.g. in the event of a hard disk fault. No liability shall be accepted for loss of data.
Special handling of batteries and rechargeable batteries The batteries/rechargeable batteries in our units do not contain any Cd or Hg compounds. Further information on disposing batteries can be found in the electronic manuals (installed on the computer or available on the "Drivers & Utilities" CD).

3 Startup

3.1 Connections and controls 3.1.1 Connections on the rear Most of the connections are located on its rear. Which connections are present and where they can be found depends on the particular model. Figure 1
1= 2= 3= 4= 5= 6= 7= 8= 9=
Mains connection SCART AUX connection IEEE Firewire 1394 connection Remote IR Transmitter OUT (IR Blaster) Remote IR Transmitter OUT (IR Blaster) SCART TV connection Digital Audio Out (optical) Digital Audio Out (coaxial) DVI connection

10 = First TV receiver card (cable, terrestrial analogue or digital) 11 = Optional: second TV receiver card (cable, terrestrial analogue or digital) 12 = Optional: S-Video OUT connection 13 = LAN connection 14 = USB ports 15 = 7.1 Channel Audio Out connections
3 Startup Legend for figure 1 "Connections on the rear" Connection 3 SCART AUX connection Icon Description Mains connection PC power supply VHS recorder, DVD player Firewire IEEE 1394 Camcorder, digital camera, bulk memory device 4 IR Remote IR (e.g. Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition IR Blaster) Remote IR TV Digital Audio Out (optical) digital optical sound connection Digital Audio Out (coaxial) Digital sound connection LCD screen, LCD TV, TV Antenna connection (analogue AM/FM signal) Optional: Radio connection Optional: S-Video IN input. For connecting a video recorder Optional: Component input Loudspeaker input left and right 4-pin socket 13 LAN, network or xDSL TV OUT Optional second TV card. See 10 Optional: Connection TV with S-Video IN connection

Examples for connection

TV card
IR SCART-TV DIGITAL AUDIO OUT DIGITAL AUDIO OUT DVI OUT
14 4xUSB socket 15 CENTRE SUB R L S-R S-L R-R R-L
Connection for USB 2.0 devices e.g. printer 7.1 Channel Audio Out Centre Subwoofer Loudspeaker right Loudspeaker left Surround right Surround left Loudspeaker rear right Loudspeaker rear left
Important information on USB 2.0: In order to guarantee a reliable data transfer rate, we recommend that you use USB connecting cable with a maximum length of 4 m. 3.1.2 Connections, displays and controls on the front The front side features various indicators and controls, some of which are optional depending on the construction. Gently pressing in the centre of the panel door will open it, giving you access to the connections on the front. Figure 2

1= 2= 3= 4= 5= 6=

DVD recorder Operating buttons Status display On/off switch yellow: VIDEO IN connection white: AUDIO IN connection left red:AUDIO IN connection right S-Video IN connection (composite)
7= 8= 9= 10 = 11 = 12 = 13 = 7
USB port CONNECT Connection button for wireless keyboard SLEEP - Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition button for AWAY Mode Multicard reader Earphones / Loudspeaker Microphone Firewire IEEE 1934

3 Startup Legend for figure 2 "Connections, displays and controls on the front" Connection/ description DVD recorder Operating buttons Correspond to the remote control buttons. Information on how to use the buttons can be found in the documentation and the online help for the Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition operating system. Symbol/ description Examples for connection/description
Status display On/off switch
Indicates the operational status of the unit Switches the unit on or off. Illuminated blue switched on Flashing yellow Standby/AWAY mode Not illuminated Sleep mode (hibernate) or disconnected VHS recorder, DVD player
VIDEO IN AUDIO IN R AUDIO IN L S VIDEO IN
VHS recorder, DVD player Connection for USB 2.0 devices e.g. printer

CONNECT SLEEP

Connection button for wireless keyboard For Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition (AWAY mode) Multicard reader Earphones / Loudspeaker Microphone Firewire IEEE 1394 Camcorder, digital camera, bulk memory devices
3.1.3 Multicard reader Your SCALEO E is equipped with a multicard reader on the front. The multicard reader can be used to read and write to memory cards of different types. The following cards are supported: CompactFlash I/II, IBM Micro Drive, SmartMedia, MultiMedia, Secure Digital, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, xD. IMPORTANT! If the access display (LED) is illuminated, please do not remove a memory medium as data loss may occur and the memory medium may be irreversibly damaged. Disconnect the drive in the operating system by right-clicking on the drive and selecting the Eject menu item. Information on handling memory cards: Memory sticks and SD cards are inserted into the memory slot with the contacts facing downwards. The SmartMedia card is inserted in the slot with the contacts facing upwards. With CompactFlash and Microdrive, please note that these should be inserted in the corresponding slot with the contacts facing forwards and the type label upwards.
IMPORTANT! Do not use force, for the memory media can be easily inserted in and also removed from the intended slot. 3.1.4 Remote control A remote control is available for operating the unit. Information on how to operate the SCALEO E with the remote control can be found in the Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition operating instructions.
3 Startup 3.1.5 Keyboard The SCALEO E is operated with a wireless keyboard with trackball and mouse buttons. The most important buttons are described below.
1= Left and right mouse buttons 2= Multimedia keys 3= Trackball Mulitmedia keys (from left to right) Wireless connection Establishes the wireless connection between SCALEO E and the keyboard. TV Starts Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition and TV. Music directory Starts Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition and opens the standard directory for music clips. Pictures directory Starts Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition and opens the standard directory for pictures. Videos directory Starts Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition and opens the standard directory for video recordings. WWW Internet Explorer Starts Internet Explorer. Previous Track Skips back to the previous track. Play/Pause Starts a track or briefly pauses a track already playing. Stop Stops a track which is playing. 10

3 Startup Next Track Skips to the following track. Turns loudspeaker on/off.
General keys RETURN, ENTER Executes a command or, when entering text, begins a new line. BACKSPACE < > Deletes one character to the left. SPACEBAR Moves the cursor to the right and inserts an empty space. TAB key In word processing programs, skips to the next tab stop or moves the cursor depending on the program. SHIFT < > Displays the letter in upper case or a special character. CAPS LOCK < > Permanently activates upper case characters or characters on the second level. <Alt> and <Ctrl> The function of these keys is program-dependent and they are always pressed in combination with other keys. <AltGr> Displays special characters which are shown as a third option on some keys. <Esc> The function of this key is program-dependent. <Pause/Break> Is used by the operating system and a few applications. Interrupts the display. <Print Screen> Generates a copy of the screen contents in the cache.
Cursor keys The function of these keys is program-dependent. < >, < >, < >, <> Moves the cursor up, down, right or left. <Home> / <End> Skips to the beginning/end of the line or to the top left/bottom right corner of the screen. <PgDn> / <PgUp> Moves the display of screen page up or down.
Function keys F1 to F12 These have a different meaning depending on the application being used. Their meaning in the operating system is detailed in the associated manual. Virtual number pad The keyboard has a virtual number pad. The keys of the virtual number pad correspond to the numbers and icons on the top right of the corresponding keys. If you have switched on the virtual number pad, you can output the characters which appear on the top right of the keys. Microsoft Windows-specific keys The description can be found in the Microsoft Windows manual or in the online help for the operating system. 11
3 Startup Functions accessed by pressing several keys simultaneously The following key combinations are used in the Microsoft Windows operating system control panel; their function is to some extent program-dependent: <Ctrl> + <Alt> + <Del> Starts the task manager. If this combination of keys is pressed for a second time, the system will be rebooted.
3.2 Connection and startup 3.2.1 Inserting/replacing the batteries for the remote control and keyboard Use 3 x type AA Mignon batteries for the keyboard and 2 for the remote control. Open the battery cover on the underside of the keyboard or remote control. If you wish to replace the batteries: Remove the old batteries from the battery compartment. Only exchange the used batteries for a completely new set. Insert the new batteries in the compartment. Check that the polarity is correct (indicated on the base of the battery compartment). Replace the cover.

When replacing the batteries please refer to the information on recycling. 3.2.2 Connecting the antenna Depending on its design, your SCALEO E will have one or two TV cards. If you have one TV card (1 tuner), then you can only record and view one programme. If you have two TV cards (2 tuners), then you can simultaneously watch one programme while recording another. If you have one TV card. Connect the antenna cable to the TV connection on the SCALEO E (rear) and the antenna connection box or room antenna.
If you have two TV cards. Use an antenna distributor to send the antenna signal to both TV cards.
Insert the antenna distributor in the antenna connection box or the room antenna. Connect an antenna cable to the TV connection on the SCALEO E (rear) and the antenna connection box or room antenna.
Note: Do not mix the various connection options (analogue cable, terrestrial or digital terrestrial). Use only one connection type. 13
3 Startup 3.2.3 Connecting the radio (optional) Connect the radio cable to the radio connection on the SCALEO E (rear) and the radio connection box or room antenna.
3.2.4 Connecting the TV The SCALEO E offers the following connections for TV or monitor: DVI, SCART, S-Video Out or VGA (optional). If you have connected your TV/monitor via DVI, S-Video Out (component) or VGA, you should set an appropriate resolution. Otherwise the image displayed may not be optimal. Connecting to DVI
Connect the DVI OUT connection of your SCALEO E and the DVI connection of your TV/monitor with a DVI cable. For fidelity, connect either with an audio amplifier or with the audio inputs of your TV/monitor.

Connecting to SCART TV

Connect the SCART TV connection of the SCALEO E and the SCART connection of your TV/monitor with a SCART cable.
Connecting to S-Video Out
Connect the S-Video OUT connection of your SCALEO E and the S-Video IN connection of your TV/monitor with an S-Video cable. For fidelity, connect either with an audio amplifier or with the audio inputs of your TV/monitor.
Connecting to VGA (optional) Connect the VGA connection of your SCALEO E and the VGA connection of your TV/monitor with a VGA cable. 15
3 Startup For fidelity, connect either with an audio amplifier or with the audio inputs of your TV/monitor.
3.2.5 Connecting audio Your SCALEO E offers you connections for analogue and digital fidelity. The connections you use depend on your audio amplifier. Depending on the options offered by your amplifier, you can connect your SCALEO E either coaxially or optically. You can select either purely analogue or purely digital playback, or you can simultaneously operate the analogue outputs and one of the digital outputs. In order to connect external audio devices, you require appropriate cables. These are available from specialist suppliers. You should also refer to the operating instructions for your audio device.

Stereo

Dolby 5.1

Dolby 7.1

Analogue stereo connection Connect the AUDIO OUT connections R and L (2 and 3) and the corresponding AUDIO IN connections of your amplifier with an audio cable.
Dolby 5.1 Surround connection Connect the AUDIO OUT connections R and L (2 and 3) and the corresponding AUDIO IN connections of your amplifier with an audio cable. Connect the AUDIO OUT connections R-R and R-L (7 and 8) and the corresponding AUDIO IN connections of your amplifier with an audio cable. Connect the AUDIO OUT connections CENTRE (1) and SUB (4) and the corresponding AUDIO IN connections of your amplifier with an audio cable.
Dolby 7.1 Surround connection Connect the AUDIO OUT connections R and L (2 and 3) and the corresponding AUDIO IN connections of your amplifier with an audio cable. Connect the AUDIO OUT connections R-R and R-L (5 and 6) and the corresponding AUDIO IN connections of your amplifier with an audio cable. Connect the AUDIO OUT connections CENTRE (1) and SUB (4) and the corresponding AUDIO IN connections of your amplifier with an audio cable. Connect the AUDIO OUT connections R-R and R-L (7 and 8) and the corresponding AUDIO IN connections of your amplifier with an audio cable.
3 Startup Digital audio connection Connect the DIGITAL AUDIO OUT connection and the corresponding digital AUDIO IN connection of the audio amplifier with a coaxial cable. Connect the optical DIGITAL AUDIO OUT connection and the corresponding digital AUDIO IN connection of the audio amplifier with an optical fibre cable.
3.2.6 Connecting additional devices e.g. printer You have four USB ports available for connecting additional devices. Additional USB devices such as printers, external hard drives (Storagebird), Memory Stick, etc. can be connected here. 3.2.7 Connecting the power cable Before switching on the SCALEO E, connect all peripheral devices (e.g. TV, printer). Please take note of the information in the "Connections" chapters when doing this. First connect the power cable supplied to the power socket on the SCALEO E and then plug it into a mains power socket installed in accordance with the regulations and with a rated voltage range corresponding to the specification on the label on the rear of the device.
Power-saving tips We recommend connecting the system and the peripherals to a standard switchable plug strip. This makes disconnecting the entire system from the mains easier, safer and clearer. Computer systems and their peripherals that do not have a mains switch and are connected to the mains are in "Standby" mode. Power consumption is inevitable in this mode. In "Standby" mode the system will maintain certain functions, e.g. wake on LAN. To isolate the system you must either disconnect the mains plug or switch the system off at a plug strip. Please note that the manufacturers of some peripheral devices (e.g. some printers) do not recommend turning off the mains voltage. 3.2.8 Connecting additional devices Your SCALEO E has a number of connections, both on the front and rear, to which additional devices may be connected. Connecting devices to SCART AUX connection (Loop through) We recommend that additional devices such as a DVD player or video recorder for playback or recording be connected directly to the TV. If your TV has no free SCART connection, you can connect a conventional DVD player or video recorder to the AUX connection of your SCALEO E. Note: The SCALEO E must be in Hibernate mode or switched off in order for you to view films on the connected device. The plug must not be removed!

Connect the SCART AUX connection of the SCALEO E (1) and the SCART connection of the DVD player/video recorder (2) with a SCART cable. To view recordings from the video recorder/DVD recorder, switch the SCALEO E to Hibernate mode or off.
Images and sound are transmitted from the SCART AUX connection to the SCART TV connection and output on the TV. Connecting external devices for playback and for digital recording (not in Media Center mode) Note: The SCART AUX connection and the front connections for S-Video and Video-In are not supported in Media Center mode. You may use the connections with the Microsoft Windows XP operating system and with additional programs. Some additional programs are already preinstalled on your SCALEO E. For example, you can digitise and record video cassettes using the Windows XP operating system and with additional programs. The image and sound signals are relayed from the SCART AUX, S-VIDEO IN/VIDEO IN connection (front) to the SCART TV connection and displayed on the TV. Using the S-VIDEO IN (front), VIDEO IN (front) and SCART AUX connections, you can record from video recorders, DVD players or video cameras.
3 Startup Connecting devices to the AV-IN connections on the front of the SCALEO E
Connect the external device to the SCALEO E via the S-VIDEO IN (1) or the VIDEO IN connection (2). Connect the analogue audio outputs of the external device with the AUDIO IN connections of your SCALEO E (3).
Connecting devices to SCART AUX You can also connect the external device to the SCART AUX connection of the SCALEO E (1) using a SCART cable.
Connecting set-top box to S-VIDEO IN / VIDEO IN on the rear of the SCALEO E SCALEO E with a TV card
Connect the external device to the SCALEO E via the S-VIDEO (1) or the VIDEO connection (2). Connect the analogue audio outputs of the external device with the AUDIO IN connections of your SCALEO E (3).
Note: While you are recording a programme, you cannot also watch TV. SCALEO with two TV cards You must connect two identical set-top boxes to a SCALEO E with two TV cards (identical unit, identical configuration). Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition handles both TV cards and the devices connected to them identically and does not distinguish between the upper and lower card. Note: For the settings for the set-top box in Media Center mode, both the upper and the lower TV card are configured for video inputs S-Video 1 and Composite Video 1. Further information can be found in the documentation and online help for Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition.
Connect the external devices to the SCALEO E via the S-VIDEO (1) or the VIDEO connection (2). Connect the analogue audio outputs of the external devices with the AUDIO IN connections of your SCALEO E (3).
3.3 Initial startup The Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition operating system is already preinstalled on your SCALEO E. After turning on your SCALEO E, it is ready to use. You can use the operating system immediately. You may have to make some adjustments. Follow the on-screen instructions. You can find the pre-installed software under: "Start / All Programs". Switch the TV/monitor on. Switch the SCALEO E on at the on/off button. Open the flap on the front of the SCALEO E. Press the Connect button and the button for wireless connection to the keyboard. If necessary, repeat several times until the keyboard responds.

If your system has the Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition, you can call up the multimedia functions via the appropriate functions in the operating system. Further information can be found in the Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition documentation supplied with the computer. There you will also find information on operating the unit by remote control. Information on pre-installed Microsoft programs and operating systems If your PC is equipped with one of the following programs or one of these operating systems, please take note of the following information: Information on Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition Fujitsu Siemens Computers has pre-installed Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition in such a way that you can use the product immediately. If you want to change critical hardware components, it may be necessary to reactivate the system. In this case, follow the program instructions after changing the hardware. In case of any queries, please contact our Help Desk (www.fujitsu-siemens.com/support). Information on Microsoft Word Microsoft has provided user activation for Microsoft Word. Follow the program instructions after starting the program. In case of queries, please contact our Help Desk (www.fujitsu-siemens.com/support).

4 Troubleshooting (FAQ)

There are two general types of error message: Software error messages System error messages
4.1 Software error messages Software error messages are displayed on the screen by the operating system or an application. These messages generally appear after you have started the operating system or when you run an application. If this type of error message appears, refer to the manual for the respective application or the operating system to find out how to resolve this error. 4.2 System error messages A system error message indicates a computer problem. The following checklist describes how you can eliminate small problems yourself. In the event of serious defects, you may have to contact your dealer or the hotline. Please refer to the relevant sections of the service documents supplied. The computer will not start Your mains socket may be faulty. Check whether the mains socket is working by connecting another electrical appliance, e.g. a table lamp. Your SCALEO E may not be connected to the power socket/plug strip. To isolate the SCALEO E, disconnect the mains plug. Check all the connections, reconnect to the mains and switch the SCALEO E on again. Nothing appears on the TV/monitor Make sure that the TV/monitor is switched on. Check that the SCALEO E and the TV/monitor are correctly connected. Consult the TV/monitor documentation to determine which connections can be used for the "Video IN" signal (e.g. S-Video IN or Composite IN). Are you using a screen saver? Press the "Shift" key to restore the display. Are you using the automatic power-saving function? These functions switch the SCALEO E to power-saving mode. Press any key or move the trackball to leave this mode. With the SLEEP key, you have switched the SCALEO E into the AWAY mode. Press the AWAY key to reactivate the SCALEO E. Set the contrast and brightness of the TV/monitor. Check the cable connection between the TV/monitor and the SCALEO E.

4 Troubleshooting (FAQ) The keyboard is not responding Restore the wireless connection. Simultaneously press the CONNECT button (front of the SCALEO E) and the button for restoring the wireless keyboard connection. The program with which you are working may be "hanging". Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to end the task. If nothing happens, restart the computer. The batteries are drained. Replace the batteries. The image is distorted Another unit nearby, e.g. a printer, may be causing the problem. Move any units which produce strong magnetic fields away from the monitor. Check the display settings of the TV/monitor. You will find further information on this subject in the operating instructions for your TV/monitor. The keyboard produces characters other than those shown on the keys Check that the FN key, NUM LOCK key or CAPS LOCK key are pressed according to your requirements. Pressing the Shift key again reverses the lock (depending on the operating system). A keyboard driver is activated which uses a keyboard layout different to your country-specific keyboard. The help function in your operating system provides you with information on changing the language-specific keyboard. The display "CMOS clear" appears The internal battery is flat and must be replaced. Contact our service engineers. The system is no longer reacting The system hangs if not reacting to on/off button being pressed, then depress the on/off button for approx. 5 seconds. The system will reboot.
5 Transporting the system
If you transport your SCALEO E computer over a long distance, for example in a vehicle, you must ensure that the data carriers will not be damaged during the transport. When transporting the computer in a vehicle, always make a complete backup of the hard disk on an external data carrier. If you are transporting the SCALEO E only a short distance, i.e. only to another room or to a different desk, a backup need not necessarily be carried out. However, you must make sure that the unit is transported carefully. For the onward shipment of the product or other transport, use the original packaging or other suitable packaging which provides protection against shock and impact. Detach all external cable connections and transport all devices separately and only in their original packaging or in other suitable packaging which guarantees protection against shock and impact. Do not drop the SCALEO E and do not expose it to severe vibrations. CAUTION! The computer should ideally be transported in the original packaging which has been specifically designed for this purpose.

6 Warranty services

For our systems, we generally grant warranty claims in accordance with the German Civil Code (BGB) as well as additional warranty services on agreement (see the corresponding service documentation for details). The system you have purchased has been produced to environmentally sound standards and strict quality standards by our company, which is certified to DIN ISO 9001 and DIN EN ISO 144001. We provide a statutory guarantee on all of our products, or an extended warranty by arrangement.

7 Return of old units

Information on these subjects can be found on the "Drivers & Utilities" CD provided or on your SCALEO E under "Start" - "All Programs" - "Manuals".
8 Technical data and operating conditions
Technical data Power drain when unit is switched off FlexATX power supply unit 5W (0 W only possible when directly disconnected from the power supply disconnect the power plug or switch off the unit with the on/off switch on the rear of the housing) 100 V-240 V or 100 V-127 V/ 200 V 240 V 50 Hz - 60Hz 5 A - 3 A or 6 A/3 A
Rated voltage ranges (according to information on label found on rear of unit) Rated frequency Rated input current (corresponding to details on the label on the rear of the unit) Operating conditions Ambient temperature
10. 35 C 20. 85% relative noncondensing humidity
Transport temperature Volume Sound power level (DIN EN27779, ISO3744, ISO 9296, RAL UZ -78) Unit classification Protective rating Faulting class Over voltage category

-25C to 60C

max. 55 dB (A)

I 2 II

Supplement to operating instructions
Supplement to the operating instructions
Guidelines and environmental protection An important characteristic of our products, alongside quality and performance, is environmental friendliness. Protection of resources with energy-saving functions Our units generally have energy-saving modes. Device safety The units meet the requirements of the low voltage directive 73/23/EEC including the amendment 93/68/EEC, certified in accordance with EN 60950, and the directive on electromagnetic compatibility 89/336/EEC including the amendment 93/68/EEC. Guarantee of electromagnetic compatibility All data and signal cables must be provided with sufficient shielding. The minimum requirement is a Category 5 shielded cable for 10/100 Ethernet, or Category 5e for Gigabit Ethernet. As described in the operating instructions, all of the housing parts must be installed. Requirements for work with monitors Our units meet the requirements set for work with monitors in accordance with the EU screen directive 90/270/EEC for the purposes of the EU directive 89/391/EEC. Lasers If your system has an optical drive such as a CD-ROM, CD-RW, DVD or combined drive, the following applies: With closed PC housings, the optical drives used correspond to laser class 1 in accordance with IEC 60825-1. These contain light-emitting diodes (LED) which under some circumstances may generate a stronger light beam than laser class 1. A direct glance into this beam, even with protective eyewear, is dangerous and may lead to injury. Therefore, no parts of the optical drive housing are to be removed. Operating instructions The documentation delivered with the unit has been printed solely on chlorine-free paper. The documents mentioned above can be viewed at the manufacturer if required.

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SCALEO E Entertainment PC for your living room

September 2005

Would you like a real all-in-one entertainment device instead of numerous different electronic devices? You would really like to have one of these multimedia PCs, but the usual look of desktop-PCs reminded you too much of an office atmosphere! Then have a close look at our new SCALEO E. The SCALEO E is the perfect combination of a powerful, reliable PC and an easy-to-use multimedia device in an attractive silver and piano black glossy design. With the SCALEO E you get a DVD player and recorder, a stereo, a TV receiver (optional), a digital photo and video system, and an advanced home multimedia PC in a very small trendy system Advanced entertainment PC in hi-fi design to fit into your living room Very silent operation Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 with userfriendly interface System quietness and reliability through Fujitsu Siemens Computers extensive living room form factor experience Watch TV as you like: the digital video recorder (PVR) let you pause, record, and replay from TV Comfortable recording of your favorite TV programs with electronic programming guide Watch movies on DVD or listen to your CDs with the built-in CD / DVD player Put everything at your fingertipsinstantly access TV, DVDs, movies, home videos, music, photos, and FM radio with the single, infrared remote Store video, music, data, and TV on the internal hard drive or record it on DVD with double layer DVDR/RW drive Enjoy digital or analog surround sound output through your AV receiver with the Intel High Definition Audio with 7.1 surround sound Watch, edit and print your photos using the integrated multi card reader or USB 2.0 ports Connect the SCALEO E to your TV or projector through SCART, DVI, VGA, S-Video Supports PC functionality in your living room: Internet, office and gaming
Data Sheet PreliminaryIssue: September 2005SCALEO E

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Operating Systems (Preinstalled and on recovery CD) Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition Fujitsu Siemens Computers recommends Microsoft Windows XP Physical Features Dimensions 100 x 430 x 425 mm (H x W x D) Weight approx. 15 kg (depending on configuration) C C 100 - 127V/ 200 240V 60/ 50Hz up to 250W Serial and Parallel Port

CPU Memory

Chipset Drives Hard Optical Other VGA Connectivity LAN WLAN Accessibility Rear
Intel Pentium 4 Processor DDR SDRAM 400 DIMM slots 4 - Max up to 3GB HDD controller supports Ultra DMA 33/66/100 Intel 915G SATA (IDE), Up to 250 GByte PATA (IDE) Dual layer DVD burner Multi Card Reader/Writer On board graphics or NVIDIA GeForce 6600, 256 MB ViVo P 10/100 MBits Fast Ethernet Optional external over USB 1 x SCART TV out (RGB, S-Video, Composite) 1 x SCART Video in with AV encoding and loop -through (in power down) 1x DVI-D, VGA 1x IEEE 1394 Firewire, 6pin 4x Universal Serial Bus (USB 2.0) 1x LAN 10/100 (RJ-45) 8x chinch Speaker out (7.1 channel) 2x IR-Blaster (IR out for ext. device) 1x S/PDIF out optical / chinch 1x Front AVIN (audio L/R; Composite; S-Video 2x Universal Serial Bus (USB 2.0) 1x Micro (mono), 1x Speaker / Headphone out 1x IEEE 1394 Firewire, 4pin 1x Universal Card Reader
Ambient Temperature Power Supply Voltage Frequency Max. Output Security Functions Disabling
Password Protection Setup and Boot Certificates and Compliance CE certification according to EU directives 89/336/EEC (EMC) and 73/23/EEC (LVD), including amendment 93/68 ECC Product safety EN60950-1, Electromagnetical Hardware EN55022/B, EN55024 EN61000-3-2/3 WHQL, Windows Catalog, IEEE1394 (Firewire), USB 2.0
Designed for Microsoft Windows XP Drivers and Utility DVD included. Updates downloadable at http://www.fujitsu-siemens.com Packing List System RF keyboard Remote control Power cord
All rights, including rights created by patent grant or registration of a utility model or design as well as rights of technical modifications are reserved. Delivery subject to availability. Designations may be trademarks, the use of which by third parties for their own purposes may violate the rights of the trademark owners. Copyright Fujitsu Siemens Computers,08/2005
Published by Fujitsu Siemens Computers http://www.fujitsu-siemens.com/

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