Toshiba Satellite PRO U400 Manual
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With ideally-sized, well-equipped Satellite Pro U400 Series, you get virtually everything you need, with nothing between you and success. Starting with an ideally-sized 13.3-inch screen, this compact platform offers business-essential performance with carrying comfort, so you can get to all those spreadsheet columns without getting in someone's way. Intel Centrino processor technology, excellent memory and storage, plus onboard Wi-Fi and Bluteooth v2.1, give you the tools you need to multita... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Toshiba Satellite PRO U400 photo ]
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|eferley||1:53pm on Sunday, May 23rd, 2010|
|bought one, its been really useful, but my hard drive failed, and its been happening to alot of consumers.|
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|Most bang for the buck. I bought this for my... Very portable, fast, good display, good price. Still looking. Notebook Review Toshiba Satellite U400-138 -... Ultra Portable, Light Weight, Centrino2 Latest Technology, Core2duo P8400 Multi-Processor.|
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Satellite Pro U400 Detailed Product Specification1
Model Name U400-S1301 Description Part Number UPC PSU45U-Genuine Windows Vista Business, SP1, Intel Core 2 Duo Processor P8400, 2GB DDR2, 160GB 5400rpm SATA, DVD-SuperMulti,13.3 widescreen WXGA, Mobile Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD, Intel WiFi Link 5100AGN, Bluetooth v2.1 + EDR, 1 year standard limited warranty o Microphone input port Operating System Co Headphone output port Genuine Windows Vista Business (SP1, 32-bit version) Data o Downgrade media for Genuine Windows XP Professional o i.LINK IEEE-1394 o Modem-RJ11 Processor and Chipset 3 o Ethernet-RJ45 o 3 USB v2.0 ports Intel Centrino 2 processor technology featuring: o 2 x USB v2.0 ports o 1 x eSATA/USB combo port with USB Sleep and Processor 12 Charge o Intel Core 2 Duo Processor P8400 2.26GHz, 3MB L2, 1066MHz FSB Physical Description Chipset Dimensions (WxDxH Front/H Rear): 12.4 x 9.02 x 1.08 /1.38 with o Mobile Intel GM45 Express Chipset feet 13 Wireless LAN Weight: Starting at 4.5 lbs 4 o Intel WiFi Link 5100AGN (802.11 a/g/n) LCD Cover Color: Titanium Silver
Configured with 2GB PC6400 DDR2 SDRAM Total 2 memory slots (1 slot occupied with 2GB module) 2GB (Min)/4GB (Max), with 1GB or 2GB or PC6400 DDR2 memory modules
75W (19V x 3.95A) 100-240V AC Adapter. Dimensions (WxDxH): 5.04 x 1.20 x 2.01 Weight: starting at 0.77 lbs
Hard Disk Drive 6
160GB (5400 RPM) Serial ATA hard disk drive; 9.5mm height
4800mAh 6-cell Lithium Ion battery pack Dimensions (WxDxH): 8.07 x 0.81 x 1.99 Weight: starting at 0.77 lbs
Fixed Optical Disk Drive 7
DVD SuperMulti (+/-R double layer) drive supporting 11 formats o Maximum speed and compatibility: CD-ROM (24x), CD-R (24x), CD-RW (10x), DVD-ROM (8x), DVD-R (Single Layer, (8x)), DVD-R (Double Layer, (4x)), DVD-RW (4x), DVD+R (Single Layer, (8x)), DVD+R (Double Layer, (4x)), DVD+RW (4x), DVDRAM (5x)
ACPI v3.0b, PNP, VESA, DPMS, DDC, SM BIOS v2.4, PCI BIOS v2.0 support Computrace ( BIOS enabled )
Software C1 15
Toshiba Software and Utilities o TOSHIBA Value Added Package o TOSHIBA DVD Player o Electronic Users Guide o TOSHIBA ConfigFree o TOSHIBA Disc Creator o TOSHIBA Recovery Disc Creator o TOSHIBA Speech System Third-party Software o Sun Java Runtime Environment o Adobe Acrobat Reader o Google Desktop o Google Toolbar o Google Picassa Trial Software o Microsoft Office Ready with Microsoft Office Professional 2007 60-dayTrial Edition o Norton 360 All-In-One Security (60-day trial) Special Offers o Computrace LoJack for Laptops
13.3 diagonal widescreen TruBrite TFT LCD display at 1280 x 800 native resolution(WXGA)
Mobile Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD with 128MB828MB dynamically allocated shared graphics memory
Built-in stereo speakers Sound volume control dial Built-in microphone
85 key US keyboard TouchPad pointing device
Integrated Webcam 10 Modem 10/100 Ethernet 11 Intel WiFi Link 5100AGN (802.11 a/g/n) Bluetooth version 2.1 plus Enhanced Data Rate (EDR)
ExpressCard slot (ExpressCard/34 and ExpressCard/54) Bridge Media Adapter o Secure Digital, Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO, Multi Media Card, xD Picture Card [shared slots] o Secure Digital slot supports SDIO
Video o RGB (monitor) output port Audio
Thermal Gradient Relative Humidity (non-condensing) Altitude (relative to sea level) Shock Vibration
Operating 5 to 35 C (41 to 95 F) 15 C per hour (max) 20% to 80% -30 to 10,000 feet 10G 0.5G
Non-operating -20 to 60 C (-4 to 140 F) 20 C per hour (max) 10% to 95% -30 to 40,000 feet 60G 1.0G
Copyright Toshiba America Information Systems Inc. All Rights reserved. TAIS shall not be liable for damages of any kind for use of this information, which is subject to change without notice. Satellite Pro U400-S1301 1.0
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This product is RoHS
compliant On-Site Repair Service On-site service will be provided at the customers home or business location (excluding weekends and holidays) to perform the necessary hardware repairs. Extended Service Plan included except with 1 Year plan. Must be purchased within the first 9 months of notebook purchase. Part Number Description WSN-PSQN1V 1st Year WSN-PEQN2V 1st/2nd Year + Extended Service PlanWSN-PEQN3V 1st/2nd/3rd Year + Extended Service Plan
1 YEAR STANDARD LIMITED WARRANTY 18
Service Upgrades and Extensions Toshiba offers many different enhanced services such as SystemGuard, On-Site Repair, and ServiceExpress to provide additional support to your notebook PC. For a full description and complete list of programs and program terms and conditions, please visit www.pcsupport.toshiba.com.
Extended Service Plan Provides an extended service plan for up to 4 total years from the original notebook purchase date. Must be purchased within the first 9 months of notebook purchase. Part Number Description WSN-PEQQ2V 2nd Year Extended Service Plan WSN-PEQQ3V 2nd/3rd Year Extended Service Plan WSN-PEQQ4V 2nd/3rd/4th Year Extended Service Plan SystemGuard Accidental Damage Service w/ ServiceExpress Provides advanced protection from damage caused from handling. Select your express repair service with either Depot Express or Carry-In Express and go to the front of the line. Extended Service Plan included except with 1 Year plan. Must be purchased within the first 30 days of notebook purchase. Part Number Description WSN-PSGP1V 1st Year WSN-PEGP2V 1st/2nd Year + Extended Service Plan WSN-PEGP3V 1st/2nd/3rd Year + Extended Service Plan SystemGuard Accidental Damage Service + On-Site Repair Combines SystemGuard and On-Site Repair coverage. Extended Service Plan included except with 1 Year plan. Must be purchased within the first 30 days of notebook purchase. Part Number Description WSN-PSGN1V 1st Year WSN-PEGN2V 1st/2nd Year + Extended Service Plan WSN-PEGN3V 1st/2nd/3rd Year + Extended Service Plan ServiceExpress Select your express repair service with either Depot Express or Carry-In Express. Depot Express: Your notebook will be repaired and returned via overnight shipment (excluding weekends and holidays). Carry-In Express: Take your notebook into a Premier ASP and go to the front of the line for expedited repair service. Extended Service Plan included except with 1 Year plan. Must be purchased within the first 30 days of notebook purchase. Part Number Description WSN-PSQP1V 1st Year WSN-PEQP2V 1st/2nd Year + Extended Service Plan WSN-PEQP3V 1st/2nd/3rd Year + Extended Service Plan
For additional and most updated accessories, please visit
www.accessories.toshiba.com Memory Upgrade
Part Number PA3669U-1M2G Description Toshiba 2GB DDR2-800 Memory Module Description Toshiba 120W Global AC Adapter 5mm tip Toshiba Primary Li ION Battery Pack (6 cell, 4800mAh) Toshiba Primary High Capacity Li ION Battery Pack (9 cell-7200mAh) Description Toshiba External USB HDD, 320GB
Part Number PA3290U-3ACA PA3635U-1BRM PA3636U-1BRL
Part Number HDDR320E03X
Part Number PA3541U-2PRP PA3542U-2PRP PA3579U-1ETC PA35555U-1ETC Description dynadock USB Docking Station with VGA port dynadock USB Docking Station with DVI port Toshiba Universal Notebook/Projector Stand Toshiba USB Data Link
Part Number PA1391U-1NKB PA3569U-1ETA Description Toshiba USB Slim Keyboard with 2 USB ports Toshiba USB Laser Mini-Mouse, Black/Silver
Security & Protection
Part Number PA3610UU-1ETC Description Toshiba Keyboard Protector 12 -13.3 NBs (B5 size)
Article I. Subject to Change
While Toshiba has made every effort at the time of publication to ensure the accuracy of the information provided herein, product specifications, configurations, prices, system/component/options availability are all subject to change without notice. For the most up-to-date product information about your computer, or to stay current with the various computer software or hardware options, visit Toshibas Web site at http://www.pcsupport.toshiba.com
Article II. Return Policy
Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in any third party License Agreement or product documentation supplied with your PC, Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. (TAIS) does not accept the return of component parts, or bundled software, that have been removed from the PC system. Pro-rata refunds on individual PC components or bundled software, including the operating system, will not be granted. If you wish to return a complete PC system, contact the TAIS dealer where you purchased the product, and comply with the dealers standard return policies and procedures. Toshiba America Information Systems, Incorporated (TAIS) 9740 Irvine Boulevard Irvine CA 92618 ToshibaDirect website: http://www.toshibadirect.com TAIS website for resellers: http://sell.toshiba.com TAIS PC Support website: http://pcsupport.toshiba.com
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Portg, Satellite, Satellite Pro, Tecra, SelectBay, ConfigFree and SystemGuard are registered trademarks and Qosmio and EasyGuard are trademarks of Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. and/or Toshiba Corporation. All other products and names are the property of their respective owners.
C1 64-bit computing: 64-bit computing requires that the following hardware and software requirements are met: - 64-bit Operating System - 64-bit CPU, Chipset and BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) - 64-bit Device drivers - 64-bit applications Certain device drivers and/or applications may not be compatible with a 64-bit CPU and therefore may not function properly. A 32-bit version of the operating system is preinstalled on your computer unless explicitly stated that the operating system is 64-bit. See "Detailed Specs" for more information.
1 Product Series Legal Footnote. The product specifications and configuration information are designed for a product Series. Your particular model may not have all the features and specifications listed or illustrated. For more detailed information about the features and specifications on your particular model, please visit Toshiba's Web site at pcsupport.toshiba.com.
Product Offering Legal Footnote. Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. reserves the right to modify or withdraw this offer at anytime without notice.
3 Processor (Central Processing Unit). CPU performance in your computer product may vary from specifications under the following conditions:
1. use of certain external peripheral products 2. use of battery power instead of AC power 3. use of certain multimedia, computer generated graphics or video applications 4. use of standard telephone lines or low speed network connections 5. use of complex modeling software, such as high end computer aided design applications 6. use of several applications or functionalities simultaneously 7. use of computer in areas with low air pressure (high altitude >1,000 meters or >3,280 feet above sea level) 8. use of computer at temperatures outside the range of 5C to 30C (41F to 86 F) or >25C (77F) at high altitude (all temperature references are approximate and may vary depending on the specific computer model please visit the Toshiba website at www.pcsupport.toshiba.com for details). CPU performance may also vary from specifications due to design configuration. Under some conditions, your computer product may automatically shut-down. This is a normal protective feature designed to reduce the risk of lost data or damage to the product when used outside recommended conditions. To avoid risk of lost data, always make back-up copies of data by periodically storing it on an external storage medium. Use your computer product only under recommended conditions. Read additional restrictions under Environmental Conditions in your product Detailed Specs. Contact Toshiba Technical Service and Support for more information.
Wireless-N. The wireless adapter is based on a draft release version of the IEEE 802.11n specification, and may not be compatible with, or support all features (e.g., security) of,
certain Wi-Fi equipment.
5 Memory (Main System). Part of the main system memory may be used by the graphics system for graphics performance and therefore reduce the amount of main system memory available for other computing activities. The amount of main system memory allocated to support graphics may vary depending on the graphics system, applications utilized, system memory size and other factors. For PC's configured with 4 GB of system memory, the full system memory space for computing activities will be considerably less and will vary by model and system configuration.
Hard Disk Drive (HDD) Capacity. 1 Gigabyte (GB) means 109 = 1,000,000,000 bytes using powers of 10. The computer operating system, however, reports storage capacity using powers of 2 for the definition of 1 GB = 230 = 1,073,741,824 bytes, and therefore shows less storage capacity. Available storage capacity will also be less if the product includes one or more pre-installed operating systems, such as Microsoft Operating System and/or pre-installed software applications, or media content. Actual formatted capacity may vary.
Optical Drive. Due to manufacturing and quality variations in third party optical media (e.g., CD or DVD) or optical media players/recorders, in certain cases, your Toshiba optical drive may not record on certain optical media that bear the applicable logo, or playback optical media recorded by other PCs or optical media recorders. Additionally, certain optical media recorded on your optical drive may not playback or operate properly on other PCs or optical media players. These problems are not due to any defect in your Toshiba PC or optical drive. Please refer to your PC's product specification for listing of specific format compatibilities. Recording or viewing of certain optical media may be limited or prevented in accordance with applicable copy protection standards.
8 Display. Small bright dots may appear on your screen display when you turn on your PC. Your display contains an extremely large number of thin-film transistors (TFT) and is manufactured using high-precision technology. Any small bright dots that may appear on your display are an intrinsic characteristic of the TFT manufacturing technology. Over a period of time, and depending on the usage of the computer, the brightness of the screen will deteriorate. This is also an intrinsic characteristic of the screen technology. When the computer is operated on battery power, the screen with dim and you may not be able to increase the brightness of the screen while on battery power. 9
Graphics (Graphics Processing Unit).
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GPU performance may vary depending on product model, design configuration, applications, power management settings and features utilized. GPU performance is only optimized when operating in AC power mode and may decrease considerably when operating in battery power mode. Total Available Graphics Memory is the total of, as applicable, Dedicated Video Memory, System Video Memory and Shared System Memory. Shared System Memory will vary depending on system memory size and other factors.
10 Modem Speed. Due to FCC limitations, speeds of 53 kbps are the maximum permissible transmission rates during download. Actual data transmission speeds will vary depending on line conditions.
certain Wi-Fi equipment. USB Sleep & Charge. The "USB Sleep & Charge function" may not work with certain external devices even if they are compliant with the USB specification. In those cases, turn the power of the computer ON to charge the device.
Weight. Weight may vary depending on product configuration, vendor components, manufacturing variability and options selected.
Battery Life. Battery life may vary considerably from specifications depending on product model, configuration, applications, power management settings and features utilized, as well as the natural performance variations produced by the design of individual components. Published battery life numbers are achieved on select models and configurations tested by Toshiba at the time of publication. See Detailed Specs for specific battery measurement test. Recharge time varies depending on usage. Battery may not charge while computer is consuming full power. After a period of time, the battery will lose its ability to perform at maximum capacity and will need to be replaced. This is normal for all batteries. To purchase a new battery pack, see the accessories information that shipped with your computer or visit the Toshiba web site at www.accessories.toshiba.com.
Battery life will be less than when using similar applications in the Windows Operating System
Software. Some software may differ from its retail version (if available), and may not include user manuals or all program functionality.
Temperature (Environmental) Conditions. All temperature references are approximate and the performance of your computer may vary from specifications even when operating within the recommended temperature range.
17 RoHS. This notebook is compatible with European Union Directive 2002/95/EC, Restriction of the use of certain Hazardous Substances in electrical and electronic equipment (RoHS), which restricts use of lead, cadmium, mercury, hexavalent chromium, PBB, and PBDE. Toshiba requires its notebook component suppliers to meet RoHS requirements and verifies its suppliers' commitment to meeting RoHS requirements by conducting component sampling inspections during the product design approval process. 18
Warranty: The terms and conditions of Toshibas standard limited warranty are available at www.warranty.toshiba.com. Service Plans: The terms and conditions of service upgrade and extension plans offered by Toshiba are available at www.pcsupport.toshiba.com. Service Plans: The terms and conditions of service upgrade and extension plans offered by Toshiba are available at www.pcsupport.toshiba.com.
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Notes for Users in Australia and New Zealand
Modem warning notice for Australia
Modems connected to the Australian telecoms network must have a valid Austel permit. This modem has been designed to specifically configure to ensure compliance with Austel standards when the country/region selection is set to Australia. The use of other country/region setting while the modem is attached to the Australian PSTN would result in you modem being operated in a non-compliant manner. To verify that the country/region is correctly set, enter the command ATI9 which displays the currently active setting. To set the country/region permanently to Australia, enter the following command sequence: AT+GCI=09 Failure to set the modem to the Australia country/region setting as shown above will result in the modem being operated in a non-compliant manner. Consequently, there would be no permit in force for this equipment and the Telecoms Act 1991 prescribes a penalty of $12,000 for the connection of non-permitted equipment.
Notes for use of this device in New Zealand
The grant of a Telepermit for a device in no way indicates Telecom acceptance of responsibility for the correct operation of that device under all operating conditions. In particular the higher speeds at which this modem is capable of operating depend on a specific network implementation which is only one of many ways of delivering high quality voice telephony to customers. Failure to operate should not be reported as a fault to Telecom. In addition to satisfactory line conditions a modem can only work properly if: a/ it is compatible with the modem at the other end of the call and b/ the application using the modem is compatible with the application at the other end of the call - e.g., accessing the Internet requires suitable software in addition to a modem. This equipment shall not be used in any manner which could constitute a nuisance to other Telecom customers. Some parameters required for compliance with Telecoms PTC Specifications are dependent on the equipment (PC) associated with this modem. The associated equipment shall be set to operate within the following limits for compliance with Telecom Specifications: a/ There shall be no more than 10 call attempts to the same number within any 30 minute period for any single manual call initiation, and b/ The equipment shall go on-hook for a period of not less than 30 seconds between the end of one attempt and the beginning of the next. c/ Automatic calls to different numbers shall be not less than 5 seconds apart. Immediately disconnect this equipment should it become physically damaged, and arrange for its disposal or repair. The correct settings for use with this modem in New Zealand are as follows: ATB0 (CCITT operation) AT&G2 (1800 Hz guard tone) AT&P1 (Decadic dialling make-break ratio = 33%/67%) ATS0=0 (not auto answer) ATS10=less than 150 (loss of carrier to hang up delay, factory default of 15 recommended) ATS11=90 (DTMF dialling on/off duration=90 ms) ATX2 (Dial tone detect, but not (U.S.A.) call progress detect)
* The figure shows FM Antenna Jack. ODD Indicator Emergency Eject Hole The ODD indicator glows amber when the computer accesses the optical disc drive. In the event that the disc drive becomes inexplicably locked or stops responding press this button to force a manual ejection of the ODD tray. Press this button to open the ODD tray. Universal Serial Bus ports which comply to the USB 2.0 standard, are provided. The ports with the icon ( ) have USB Sleep and Charge function.
Eject Button Universal Serial Bus (USB 2.0) ports
This jack lets you connect to a LAN. The adaptor has built-in support for Ethernet LAN (10 megabits per second, 10BASE-T) and Fast Ethernet LAN (100 megabits per second, 100BASE-TX). Refer to Chapter 4, Operating Basics, for details. The modem jack allows you to use a modular cable to connect the modem directly to a telephone line. (Depends on the model you purchased.) In case of a lightning storm, unplug the modem cable from the telephone jack. Do not connect the modem to a digital telephone line. A digital line will damage the modem. A jack enables the connection of FM antenna. (Depends on the model purchased) A security cable attaches to this port. The optional security cable anchors your computer to a desk or other large object to deter theft.
FM Antenna Jack Security Lock
The following figure shows the computer's back panel.
DC in 19V Jack
The backside of the computer
DC IN 19V Jack
The AC adaptor connects to this socket. Use only the model of AC adaptor that comes with the computer. Using the wrong adaptor can damage your computer.
The following figure shows the underside of the computer. Make sure the display is closed before turning over your computer.
Battery Pack Battery Release Latch
Battery Pack Lock
Hard Disk Cover Cooling Vents
The underside of the computer
Memory Module and Wireless LAN Cover
This cover protects two memory module sockets -one or two modules are pre-installed. Refer to the Memory expansion section in Chapter 8, Optional Devices. Slide this lock to prepare the battery pack for removal. The battery pack powers the computer when the AC adaptor is not connected. For detailed information on the battery pack, refer to Chapter 6, Power and Power-Up Modes. Slide and hold this latch to release the battery pack for removal. For detailed information on removing the battery pack, refer to Chapter 6, Power and Power-Up Modes. Cooling vents help prevent the CPU from overheating. This cover protects the hard disk.
Battery Pack Lock Battery Pack
Battery Release Latch
Cooling Vents Hard Disk Cover
Front with the display open
This section shows the front of the computer with the display open. Refer to the appropriate illustration for details. To open the display, lift the front of the display. Position the display at a comfortable viewing angle.
Stop Button Previous Button
Just by swiping the finger against the fingerprint sensor, the following functions will be enabled: Log-on to Windows and access a securityenabled homepage through IE (Internet Explorer) Files and folders can be encrypted/decrypted and third party access to them prevented. Disable the password-protected screensavcr when returning from power-saving (Sleep) mode. System boot authentication and Single Touch Boot feature. Authentication of the User Password and Hard Disk Drive Password when booting up the computer. Refer to the Using the fingerprint sensor section in Chapter 4, Operating Basics. (Provided with some models) These let you select menu items or manipulate text and graphics designated by the on-screen pointer. Refer to the Using the TouchPad section in Chapter 4, Operating Basics.
TouchPad Control Buttons
Optical Disc Drive
An ATAPI interface controller is used for optical disc operation. When the computer is accessing an optical disc, an indicator on the drive glows.
Region codes for DVD drive and media
Optical disc drive and their associated media are manufactured according to the specifications of six marketing regions. When you purchase DVDVideo, make sure it matches your drive, otherwise it will not play properly. Code Region Canada, United States Japan, Europe, South Africa, Middle East Southeast Asia, East Asia Australia, New Zealand, Pacific Islands, Central America, South America, Caribbean Russia, Indian Subcontinent, Africa, North Korea, Mongolia China
This section describes the types of writable CD/DVD discs. Check the specifications of your drive for the type of discs it can write. Use TOSHIBA Disc Creator to write compact discs. Refer to Chapter 4, Operating Basics.
Users Manual 2-9
CD-R discs can be written only once. The recorded data cannot be erased or changed. CD-RW discs can be recorded more than once. Use either 1, 2, or 4 multi speed CD-RW discs or high-speed 4- to 10-speed discs. The write speed of the ultra-speed CD-RW discs (Ultra-speed is available on the DVD-ROM & CD-R/RW drive only) is a maximum of 24-speed.
DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-R DL and DVD+R DL discs can be written only once. The recorded data cannot be erased or changed. DVD-RW, DVD+RW and DVD-RAM discs can be recorded more than once.
The full-size DVD Super Multi drive module lets you record data to writable CD/DVDs as well as run either 12 cm (4.72") or 8 cm (3.15") CD/DVDs without using an adaptor. The read speed is slower at the centre of a disc and faster at the outer edge. DVD read 8 speed (maximum) DVD-R write 8 speed (maximum) DVD-RW write 6 speed (maximum) DVD+R write 8 speed (maximum) DVD+RW write 8 speed (maximum) DVD-R(DL) write 6 speed (maximum) DVD+R(DL) write 6 speed (maximum) DVD-RAM write 5 speed (maximum) CD read 24 speed (maximum) CD-R write 24 speed (maximum) CD-RW write 16 speed (maximum, Ultra-speed media)
Windows Vista setup
When you first turn on the power, the computer's initial screen is the Microsoft Windows Vista Startup Screen Logo. Follow the on-screen directions. Be sure to read the Windows End User License Agreement display carefully.
Turning off the power
The power can be turned off in one of the following modes: Shut down (Boot), Hibernation or Sleep Mode.
Shut Down mode (Boot mode)
When you turn off the power in Shut Down mode no data is saved and the computer will boot to the operating systems main screen. 1. If you have entered data, save it to the hard disk. 2. Make sure all disk (disc) activity has stopped, then remove the CD/ DVDs. Make sure the Disk LED and ODD indicators are off. If you turn off the power while a disk (disc) is being accessed, you can lose data or damage the disk (disc). 3. Click then click the arrow icon located in the power management button. From the pull down menu, choose Shut Down. 4. Turn off the power to any peripheral devices. Do not turn the computer or devices back on immediately. Wait a moment to let all capacitors fully discharge.
If you have to interrupt your work, you can turn off the power without exiting from your software. Data is maintained in the computer's main memory. When you turn on the power again, you can continue working right where you left off. When the AC adaptor is connected, the computer will go into Sleep Mode according to the settings in the Power Options. To restore operation from Sleep Mode, press the power button or press any key. The latter action works only if Wake-up on Keyboard is enabled in HW Setup. If the computer automatically enters Sleep Mode while a network application is active, the application might not be restored when the computer wakes up from Sleep Mode. To prevent the computer from automatically entering Sleep Mode, disable Sleep Mode in the Power Options. That action, however, will nullify the computer's Energy Star compliance.
Before entering Sleep Mode, be sure to save your data. Do not install or remove a memory module while the computer is in Sleep Mode. The computer or the module could be damaged. Do not remove the battery pack while the computer is in Sleep Mode (unless the computer is connected to an AC power source). Data in memory will be lost.
Benefits of Sleep Mode
How to swipe the finger
Using the following steps when swiping fingers for fingerprint registration or authentication will help to minimize authentication failures: 1. Align the first joint of the finger to the center of the sensor. Lightly touch the sensor and swipe finger levelly towards you. 2. While lightly touching the sensor, swipe the finger towards you until the sensor surface becomes visible. 3. Ensure the center of the fingerprint is on the sensor when swiping the finger.
Slide the finger over the recognition sensor
Avoid swiping with the finger stiff or pressed-on too hard: Fingerprint reading may fail if the center of the fingerprint is not touching on the sensor, or when finger is swiped while pressing hard. Make sure that the center of the fingerprint is touching the sensor before swiping. Confirm the center of the fingerprint whirl before swiping: The thumbs fingerprint has a bigger whirl, which is prone to misalignment and distortions. This will cause difficulty in registration and a drop in the authentication success rate. Always confirm the center of the fingerprint whirl so that it is swiped along the centerline of the sensor. When fingerprint reading is not successful: There is a possibility of authentication failures if the finger is swiped too quickly or too slowly. Follow the onscreen instructions to adjust the speed of the swipe.
Points to note about the fingerprint sensor
Failure to follow these guidelines might result in (1) damage to the sensor or cause sensor failure, (2) finger recognition problems, or lower finger recognition success rate. Do not scratch or poke the sensor with your nails or any hard or sharp objects. Do not press the sensor strongly. Do not touch the sensor with a wet finger or any wet objects. Keep sensor surface dry and free of water vapor. Do not touch the sensor with a soiled finger. Minute foreign particles on a soiled or dirty finger may scratch the sensor. Do not paste stickers or write on the sensor. Do not touch the sensor with a finger or any object with built-up static electricity. Observe the following before you place your finger on the sensor whether for fingerprint enrollment/registration or recognition. Wash and dry your hands thoroughly. Remove static electricity from your fingers by touching any metal surface. Static electricity is a common cause of sensor failures, especially when the weather is dry. Clean the sensor with a lint-free cloth. Do not use detergent to clean the sensor. Avoid the following finger conditions for enrollment or recognition as they may result in fingerprint enrollment errors or a drop in the fingerprint recognition success rate Soaked or swollen finger (e.g. after taking bath) Injured finger Wet finger Soiled or oily finger Extremely dry skin condition on finger Observe the following to improve the fingerprint recognition success rate. Enroll two or more fingers. Enroll additional fingers if recognition failure occurs often using enrolled fingers. Check your finger condition. Changed conditions, such as injured, rough, extremely dry, wet, soiled, dirty, oily, soaked, swollen fingers, may lower the recognition success rate. Also if the fingerprint is worn down or the finger becomes thinner or fatter, the recognition success rate may be lowered.
Be sure to enable the encryption function otherwise you may expose your computer to illegal access by an outsider across the Wireless LAN which may cause intrusion, eavesdropping, and the loss or destruction of stored data. TOSHIBA strongly recommend the customer to enable the encryption function. TOSHIBA is not liable for the eavesdropping of data due to the use of Wireless LAN and the damage thereof.
Bluetooth Stack for Windows by TOSHIBA (depends on the model purchased)
Please note that this software is specifically designed for the following operating systems: Microsoft Windows Vista Detailed information regarding the use with these operating systems is listed below. Please refer also to the electronic information which is included with each software. This Bluetooth Stack is based on Bluetooth Version 1.1/1.2/2.0+EDR specification. TOSHIBA cannot confirm compatibility between any PC products and/or other electronic devices that use Bluetooth other than TOSHIBA notebook computers.
Release Notes related to the Bluetooth Stack for Windows by TOSHIBA
1. Fax application software: Regarding FAX application software, there are some software that you cannot use on this Bluetooth Stack. 2. Multi User: On Windows Vista, the use of Bluetooth is not supported in a multiuser environment. This means that, when you use Bluetooth, other users logged onto the same computer will not be able to use its Bluetooth functionality.
The latest information regarding Operating System support, Language Support or available upgrades can be found on our web site http:// www.toshiba-europe.com/computers/tnt/bluetooth.htm in Europe or www.pcsupport.toshiba.com in the United States.
Wireless communication switch
You can enable or disable the Wireless LAN function, with the on/off switch. No transmissions are sent or received when the switch is off. Slid the Switch to turn it on and turn it off. Set the switch to off in airplanes and hospitals. Check the indicator. It will stop glowing when the wireless communication function is off.
Wireless activity LED
The wireless activity LED indicates the status of the wireless communication functions.
Indicator status LED off
Indication Wireless communication switch is set to off. Automatic power down because of overheating. Power malfunction Wireless communication switch is on. Wireless LAN is turned on by an application.
Care and use of the battery pack
The battery pack is a vital component of portable computing. Taking proper care of it will help ensure longer operating time on battery power as well as a longer life for your battery pack. Follow the instructions in this section carefully to ensure safe operation and maximum performance.
Mishandling of batteries can cause death, serious injury or property damage. Carefully observe the following advisories: Danger: Indicates an imminently hazardous situation, which could result in death or serious injury, if you do not follow instructions. Warning: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which could result in death or serious injury, if you do not follow instructions. Caution: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which if not avoided, may result in moderate or minor injury or property damage. Note: Provides important information.
1. Never try to dispose of the battery pack by burning or expose it to a heating device such as a microwave oven. The battery pack could explode and cause bodily injury. 2. Never try to disassemble, repair or otherwise tamper with a battery pack. The battery pack will overheat and ignite. Leakage of caustic alkaline solution or other electrolytic substances will cause fire or injury, possibly resulting in death or serious injury. 3. Never short-circuit the battery pack by contacting the terminals with a metal object. A short-circuit can cause fire or otherwise damage the battery pack and possibly cause injury. To avoid accidental short-circuit, always wrap the battery pack in plastic and cover the terminals with electrical tape when storing or disposing of the battery pack. 4. Never puncture the battery pack with a nail or other sharp object. Never strike it with a hammer or other object. Never step on it. 5. Never try to charge the battery pack in any manner other than that described in the User's manual. Never connect the battery pack to a plug socket or to an automobiles cigarette lighter socket. It may rupture or ignite. 6. Use only the battery pack supplied with the computer or other device or a battery pack approved by the computer or devices manufacturer. Battery packs have different voltages and terminal polarities. Use of an improper battery could cause smoke, fire or rupture of the battery pack. 7. Never subject a battery pack to heat, such as storage near a heat source. Exposure to heat can cause the battery pack to ignite, explode or leak caustic liquid and cause death or serious injury. It could also fail or malfunction causing data loss.
If you are using a USB mouse, also refer to the USB section in this chapter and to your mouse documentation.
On-screen pointer does The system might be busy. If the pointer is not respond to Pad shaped as an hourglass, wait for it to return to its operation normal shape and try again to move it. Double-tapping does not work Try changing the double-click speed setting in the mouse control utility. 1. To access this utility, click , Control Panel, Hardware and Sound, then Mouse icon. 2. Wihtin the Mouse Properties window, click the Buttons tab. 3. Set the double-click speed as required and click OK. The mouse pointer moves too fast or too slow Try changing the speed setting in the mouse control utility. 1. To access this utility, click , Control Panel, Hardware and Sound, then Mouse icon. 2. Within the Mouse Properties window, click the Pointer Options tab. 3. Set the pointer speed as required and click OK. Adjust the touch sensitivity. 1. Click , Control Panel, Hardware and Sound, then Mouse icon. 2. Wihtin the Mouse Properties window, click the Device Settings tab. 3. Click the Settings button. 4. The Properties for Synaptics Touchpad on PS/2 port screen appears. Double-click Sensitivity in the Select an item section on the left side of the screen. 5. PalmCheck and Touch Sensitivity are displayed. Click Touch Sensitivity. 6. Move the slide bar for Touch Sensitivity to make an adjustment. Click the OK button. 7. Click the OK button on the Device Setting tab.
The response of the TouchPad is too sensitive
On-screen pointer does The system might be busy. If the pointer is not respond to mouse shaped as an hourglass, wait for it to resume its operation normal shape and try again to move it. Make sure the mouse is properly connected to the USB port. Double-clicking does not work Try changing the double-click speed setting in the mouse control utility. 1. To access this utility, click , Control Panel, Hardware and Sound, then Mouse icon. 2. Wihtin the Mouse Properties window, click the Buttons tab. 3. Set the double-click speed as required and click OK. The mouse pointer moves too fast or too slow Try changing the speed setting in the mouse control utility. 1. To access this utility, click , Control Panel, Hardware and Sound, then Mouse icon. 2. Within the Mouse Properties window, click the Pointer Options tab. 3. Set the pointer speed as required and click OK. The mouse might be dirty. Refer to your mouse documentation for instructions on cleaning. If problems persist, contact your dealer.
The mouse pointer moves erratically
Also refer to your USB devices documentation. Problem USB device does not work Procedure Check for a firm cable connection between the USB ports on the computer and the USB device. Make sure the USB device drivers are properly installed. Refer to your Windows Vista documentation for information on checking the drivers. If problems persist, contact your dealer.
Problem I cannot use the USB Sleep and Charge function. Procedure The setting of USB Sleep and Charge function may be [Disabled]. Change the setting to [Enabled] in the HW Setup. When there is a current overflow of the external device connected to the compatible port, USB bus power (DC5V) supply may be stopped for safety reasons. When this happens, disconnect an external device if some external devices are connected. After that, turn the power of the computer ON/OFF to restore the function. If this function can not be still used even if only one external device is connected, stop using the external device because its current is over the acceptable value of this computer. Some external devices may not be able to use the USB Sleep and Charge function. In this case, please try one or more of the following methods. Change a mode setting of [Enabled] by the HW
Turn OFF the computer while external devices are
Connect external devices after turning OFF of the If this function can not be still used, change the setting to [Disabled] in the BIOS Setup and stop using this function. The battery depletes quickly even when I have turned OFF the power of the computer. When USB Sleep and Charge function is set to [Enabled] in the HW Setup, USB bus power (DC5V) will be supplied to the external device connected to the compatible port. If external device is connected to the compatible port when the AC adaptor is not connected to the computer, the battery of the computer will be depleted even when the power of the computer is turned OFF. Connect the AC adaptor to the computer or change the USB Sleep and Charge function setting to [Disabled] in the HW Setup. Instead use a USB port that does not have the USB Sleep and Charge function-compatible icon ( ).
Problem External devices connected to the compatible ports do not work when connected to a compatible port.
Procedure Some external devices may not work when connected to a compatible port when the USB Sleep and Charge function is [Enabled] in the HW Setup. Reconnect the external device after turning ON the computer. If the external device still doest not work, connect device to an USB port that does not have the USB Sleep and Charge function-compatible icon ( ) or change the USB Sleep and Charge function setting to [Disabled] in the HW Setup.
The USB WakeUp When USB Sleep and Charge function is set to function does not work. [Enabled] in the HW Setup, the USB WakeUp function does not work for ports that support the USB Sleep and Charge function. In that case, use an USB port that does not have the USB Sleep and Charge function-compatible icon ( ) or change the USB Sleep and Charge function setting to [Disabled] in the HW Setup.
Problem Cannot access LAN Procedure Check for a firm cable connection between the LAN jack and the LAN hub. If problems persist, consult your LAN administrator.
If the following procedures do not restore LAN access, consult your LAN administrator. For more information on wireless communication, refer to Chapter 4, Operating Basics. Problem Cannot access Wireless LAN Procedure Make sure the computer's wireless communication switch is set to on. If problems persist, contact your LAN administrator.
The Wireless LAN feature is not available on all models.
Problem Reading of the fingerprint was not successful Procedure Please try again using the correct posture. Refer to Using the fingerprint sensor in Chapter 4, Operating Basics. Try the recognition process again using another enrolled finger. Try the recognition process again using another enrolled finger. If fingerprints from all the enrolled fingers cannot be read, please logon by using the keyboard to input the password for the time being. If problems persist, contact your dealer. Please use TOSHIBA HW Setup to register the User Password if it was not registered.
The fingerprint cannot be read due to injuries to the finger
Fingerprint Pre-OS feature or Single Sign On feature cannot be enabled Fingerprint Pre-OS feature does not work
Make sure you have enroll finger in windows account. Set the User Password by using TOSHIBA HW Setup and restart the system. Make sure place a checkmark in Enable Pre-OS Fingerprint Authentication on the TrueSuite Access Manager setting.
Refer also to Chapter 8, Optional Devices. Problem ExpressCard error occurs Procedure Reseat the ExpressCard to make sure it is firmly connected. Make sure the connection between the external device and the card is firm. Check the cards documentation. If problems persist, contact your dealer.
If you require any additional help using your computer or if you are having problems operating the computer, you may need to contact TOSHIBA for additional technical assistance.
Before you call
Some problems you experience may be related to software or the operating system, it is important to investigate other sources of assistance first. Before contacting TOSHIBA, try the following: Review troubleshooting sections in the documentation for software and peripheral devices. If a problem occurs when you are running software applications, consult the software documentation for troubleshooting suggestions. Call the software companys technical support for assistance. Consult the dealer you purchased your computer and/or software from. They are your best sources for current information and support.
adaptor: A device that provides a compatible connection between two units. For example, the computers internal display adapter receives information from the software and translates it into images on the screen. An adapter can take a number of forms, from a microprocessor to a simple connector: An intelligent adapter (one that is capable of doing some processing) may also be called a controller.
alphanumeric: Keyboard characters including letters, numbers and other symbols, such as punctuation marks or mathematical symbols. alternating current (AC): Electric current that reverses its direction of flow at regular intervals. analog signal: A signal whose characteristics such as amplitude and frequency vary in proportion to (are an analog of) the value to be transmitted. Voice communications are analog signals. application: A group of programs that together are used for a specific task such as accounting, financial planning, spreadsheets, word processing and games. ASCII: American Standard Code for Information Interchange. ASCII code is a set of 256 binary codes that represent the most commonly used letters, numbers, and symbols.
backup: A copy of a file, usually on a removable disk, kept in case the original file is lost or damaged. binary: The base two number system composed of zeros and ones (off or on), used by most digital computers. The right-most digit of a binary number has a value of 1, the next a value of 2, then 4, 8, 16, and so on. For example, the binary number 101 has a value of 5. See also ASCII. BIOS: Basic Input/Output System. The firmware that controls data flow within the computer. See also firmware. bit: Derived from binary digit, the basic unit of information used by the computer. It is either zero or one. Eight bits is one byte. See also byte. Bluetooth: A short-range radio technology designed to simplify wireless communication among computers, communication devices and the Internet. board: A circuit board. An internal card containing electronic components, called chips, which perform a specific function or increase the capabilities of the system. boot: Short for bootstrap. A program that starts or restarts the computer. The program reads instructions from a storage device into the computers memory. boot disk: See system disk. bootable disk: See system disk. bps: Bits per second. Typically used to describe the data transmission speed of a modem. buffer: The portion of the computers memory where data is temporarily stored. Buffers often compensate for differences in the rate of flow from one device to another. bus: An interface for transmission of signals, data or electric power. byte: The representation of a single character. A sequence of eight bits treated as a single unit; also the smallest addressable unit within the system.
cache memory: A section of very fast memory in which frequently used information is duplicated for quick access. Accessing data from cache is faster than accessing it from the computer's main memory. See also L1 cache, L2 cache. capacity: The amount of data that can be stored on a magnetic storage device such as a floppy diskette or hard disk drive. It is usually described in terms of kilobytes (KB), where one KB = 1024 bytes, megabytes (MB), where one MB = 1024 KB and gigabytes (GB), where one GB = 1024 MB. CardBus: An industry standard bus for 32-bit PC Cards. CD: An individual compact disc. See also CD-ROM. CD-R: A Compact Disc-Recordable disc can be written once and read many times. See also CD-ROM. CD-ROM: A Compact Disc Read-Only Memory is a high capacity disc that can be read from but not written to. The CD-ROM drive uses a laser, rather than magnetic heads, to read data from the disc. CD-RW: A Compact Disc-ReWritable disc can be rewritten many times. See also CD-ROM. character: Any letter, number, punctuation mark, or symbol used by the computer. Also synonymous with byte. chassis: The frame containing the computer. chip: A small semiconductor containing computer logic and circuitry for processing, memory, input/output functions and controlling other chips. Click: To press and release the pointing device's primary button without moving the pointing device. In the Windows operating system, this refers to the pointing device's left button, unless otherwise stated. See also double-click. CMOS: Complementary Metal-Oxide Semiconductor. An electronic circuit fabricated on a silicon wafer that requires very little power. Integrated circuits implemented in CMOS technology can be tightly packaged and are highly reliable. cold start: Starting a computer that is currently off (turning on the power). COM1, COM2, COM3 and COM4: The names assigned to the serial and communication ports. commands: Instructions you enter at the terminal keyboard that direct the actions of the computer or its peripheral devices. compatibility: 1) The ability of one computer to accept and process data in the same manner as another computer without modifying the data or the media upon which it is being transferred. 2) the ability of one device to connect to or communicate with another system or component. components: Elements or parts (of a system) which make up the whole (system).
computer program: A set of instructions written for a computer that enable it to achieve a desired result. computer system: A combination of hardware, software, firmware, and peripheral components assembled to process data into useful information. configuration: The specific components in your system (such as the terminal, printer, and disk drives) and the settings that define how your system works. You use the HW Setup program to control your system configuration. controller: Built-in hardware and software that controls the functions of a specific internal or peripheral device (e.g. keyboard controller). CPU: Central Processing Unit. The portion of the computer that interprets and executes instructions. CRT: Cathode Ray Tube. A vacuum tube in which beams projected on a fluorescent screen-producing luminous spots. An example is the television set. cursor: A small, blinking rectangle or line that indicates the current position on the display screen.
data: Information that is factual, measurable or statistical that a computer can process, store, or retrieve. data bits: A data communications parameter controlling the number of bits (binary digits) used to make up a byte. If data bits = 7 the computer can generate 128 unique characters. If data bits = 8 the computer can generate 256 unique characters. DC: Direct Current. Electric current that flows in one direction. This type of power is usually supplied by batteries. default: The parameter value automatically selected by the system when you or the program do not provide instructions. Also called a preset value. delete: To remove data from a disk or other data storage device. Synonymous with erase. device driver: A program (called a driver) that permits a computer to communicate with a device. dialog box: A window that accepts user input to make system settings or record other information. disable: To turn a computer option off. See also enable. disk drive: The device that randomly accesses information on a disk and copies it to the computers memory. It also writes data from memory to the disk. To accomplish these tasks, the unit physically rotates the disk at high speed past a read-write head. disk storage: Storing data on magnetic disk. Data is arranged on concentric tracks much like a phonograph record. display: A CRT, LCD, or other image producing device used to view computer output.
documentation: The set of manuals and/or other instructions written for the users of a computer system or application. Computer system documentation typically includes procedural and tutorial information as well as system functions. double click: To press and release the pointing device's primary button rapidly twice without moving the pointing device. In the Windows operating system, this refers to the pointing device's left button, unless otherwise stated. driver: A software program, generally part of the operating system, that controls a specific piece of hardware (frequently a peripheral device such as a printer or mouse). DVD: An individual digital versatile (or video) disc. See also DVD-ROM. DVD-R (+R, -R): A Digital Versatile Disc-Recordable disk can be written once and read many times. The DVD-R drive uses a laser to read data from the disc. DVD-RAM: A Digital Versatile Disc-Random Access Memory is a high capacity, high performance disc that lets you store large volumes of data. The DVD-ROM drive uses a laser to read data from the disc. DVD-ROM: A Digital Versatile Disc-Read Only Memory is a high capacity, high performance disc suitable for play back of video and other high-density files. The DVD-ROM drive uses a laser to read data from the disc. DVD-RW (+RW, -RW): A Digital Versatile Disc-ReWritable disc can be rewritten many times.
icon: A small graphic image displayed on the screen or in the indicator panel. In Windows, an icon represents an object that the user can manipulate. i.LINK (IEEE1394): This port enables high-speed data transfer directly from external devices such as digital video cameras. input: The data or instructions you provide to a computer, communication device or other peripheral device from the keyboard or external or internal storage devices. The data sent (or output) by the sending computer is input for the receiving computer. instruction: Statements or commands that specify how to perform a particular task. interface: 1) Hardware and/or software components of a system used specifically to connect one system or device to another. 2) To physically connect one system or device to another to exchange information. 3) The point of contact between user, the computer, and the program, for example, the keyboard or a menu. interrupt request: A signal that gives a component access to the processor. I/O: Input/output. Refers to acceptance and transfer of data to and from a computer. I/O devices: Equipment used to communicate with the computer and transfer data to and from it.
K: Taken from the Greek word kilo, meaning 1000; often used as equivalent to 1024, or 2 raised to the 10th power. See also byte and kilobyte. keyboard: An input device containing switches that are activated by manually pressing marked keys. Each keystroke activates a switch that transmits a specific code to the computer. For each key, the transmitted code is, in turn, representative of the (ASCII) character marked on the key. kilobyte (KB): A unit of data storage equal to 1024 bytes. See also byte and megabyte.
L1 cache: Level one cache. Memory cache built into the processor to help improve processing speed. See also cache memory, L2 cache. L2 cache: Memory cache installed on the motherboard to help improve processing speed. It is slower than L1 cache and faster than main memory. See also cache memory, L1 cache. LAN: A group of computers or other devices dispersed over a relatively limited area and connected by a communications link that enables any device to interact with any other on the network. Light Emitting Diode (LED): A semiconductor device that emits light when a current is applied.
With ideally-sized, well-equipped Satellite Pro U400 Series, you get virtually everything you need, with nothing between you and success. Starting with an ideally-sized 13.3-inch screen, this compact platform offers business-essential performance with carrying comfort, so you can get to all those spreadsheet columns without getting in someone's way. Intel Centrino processor technology, excellent memory and storage, plus onboard Wi-Fi and Bluteooth v2.1, give you the tools you need to multitask and perform virtually anywhere. A built-in Webcam and microphone add a new dimension to videoconferencing. The DVD-SuperMulti drive reads and writes to most popular CD and DVD formats, making it easy to share or back up data onto CDs or DVDs. Starting at a scant 4.5 lbs, these laptops are a pleasure to carry.
|Platform Technology||Intel Centrino|
|Built-in Devices||Stereo speakers, wireless LAN antenna, Bluetooth antenna|
|Processor||Intel Core 2 Duo T8100 / 2.1 GHz|
|Data Bus Speed||800 MHz|
|Chipset Type||Mobile Intel GM965 Express|
|Installed Size||3 MB|
|Installed Size||1 GB / 4 GB (max)|
|Technology||DDR2 SDRAM - 667 MHz|
|Memory Specification Compliance||PC2-5300|
|Configuration Features||1 x 1 GB|
|Serial ATA Interface||Serial ATA-150|
|Hard Drive||160 GB - Serial ATA-150 - 5400 rpm|
|Type||DVD±RW (±R DL) / DVD-RAM - integrated|
|Read Speed||24x (CD) / 8x (DVD)|
|Write Speed||24x (CD) / 8x (DVD±R) / 4x (DVD±R DL)|
|Rewrite Speed||10x (CD) / 4x (DVD±RW) / 5x (DVD-RAM)|
|Supported Flash Memory Cards||SD Memory Card, Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO, MultiMediaCard, xD-Picture Card, SDIO|
|Display Type||13.3" TFT|
|Max Resolution||1280 x 800 ( WXGA )|
|Graphics Processor / Vendor||Intel GMA X3100 Dynamic Video Memory Technology 4.0|
|Audio Output||Sound card|
|Modem||Fax / modem|
|Max Transfer Rate||53 Kbps|
|Wireless LAN Supported||Yes|
|Wireless NIC||Intel PRO/Wireless 3945ABG|
|Data Link Protocol||Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11g, Bluetooth 2.1 EDR|
|Compliant Standards||IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11g, Wi-Fi CERTIFIED, Bluetooth 2.1|
|Expansion / Connectivity|
|Expansion Slots Total (Free)||2 ( 1 ) x memory 1 ( 1 ) x ExpressCard/54|
|Interfaces||1 x display / video - VGA - 15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15) 1 x microphone - input - mini-phone 3.5 mm 1 x headphones - output - mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm 1 x IEEE 1394 (FireWire) 1 x modem - phone line - RJ-11 1 x network - Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX - RJ-45 3 x Hi-Speed USB - 4 pin USB Type A|
|Features||Security lock slot (cable lock sold separately), administrator password, system password, remote boot control, wake on LAN|
|Compliant Standards||Plug and Play, VESA DPMS, RoHS, ACPI 3.0b|
|Voltage Required||AC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )|
|Operating System / Software|
|OS Provided||Microsoft Windows XP Professional|
|Microsoft Office Preloaded||Includes a preinstalled image of select 2007 Microsoft Office suites. Purchase a Medialess License Kit (MLK) to activate the software.|
|Software||Adobe Acrobat Reader, InterVideo WinDVD, Sun Java Runtime Environment, Toshiba ConfigFree, Google Toolbar, Toshiba Speech System, Toshiba Recovery DiskCreator, Google Desktop, Toshiba Disc Creator, Toshiba Value Added Package, Microsoft Office Professional 2007 (60 days trial), Norton 360|
|Service & Support||1 year warranty|
|Service & Support Details||Limited warranty - 1 year|
|Min Operating Temperature||41 °F|
|Max Operating Temperature||95 °F|
|Humidity Range Operating||20 - 80%|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
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