QMS 2001 Setup guide

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Knowledge System
Setup Guide
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This document explains how to set up the QMS 2001 Knowledge System, an integrated information management system
for Windows environments. The 2001 incorporates scanning,
copying, faxing, data transmission, and laser printing.
Note: If you have any difficulty installing the QMS 2001 Knowledge
System, contact QMS Customer Technical Assurance (CTA) for
assistance. See “Getting Help” on page 22 for more information.
Also, as with any device, if you’re attaching the 2001 to a network,
you should have your system administrator help you. Improper
configuration could result in software or hardware conflicts.
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The setup information in this guide covers two versions of the
QMS 2001 Knowledge System :
The QMS 2001 Knowledge
System peripheral unit is
designed to be attached to
an existing computer. This
model ships with scanning,
copying, faxing, and printing capabilities. (It can be
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the Knowledge System PC,
described below.) See “If you're installing a Knowledge System peripheral unit...” on page 2 for peripheral-unit installation steps.
The QMS 2001 Knowledge
System PC integrates all
the capabilities of the
peripheral unit with a builtin 486 computer. The video
monitor, the keyboard, and
the mouse all connect
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create your own by purchasing the peripheral unit (described
above), the expanded function kit, and your own computer
components. (Your QMS vendor has details.) See “If you're
installing a Knowledge System PC unit...” on page 2 for
installation steps.
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Make sure your other hardware and software meet the
minimum recommended requirements (see page 3).
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Unpack the system and check shipment contents (see
page 3).
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Find a good location to set up the system (see page 4).
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Install the PCU (see page 5).
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Install the toner cartridge (see page 7).
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Install the media trays (see page 8).
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Install the fax modem in your computer (see page 9).
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Connect the 2001 to your computer, a phone line, and a
power source (see page 12).
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Install the QMS Manager software (see page 13).
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Register and test the system (see page 17).
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Unpack the system and check shipment contents (see
page 3).
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Find a good location to set up the system (see page 4).
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Install the PCU (see page 5).
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Install the toner cartridge (see page 7).
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Install the media trays (see page 8).
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Connect the 2001 to a phone line and a power source
(see page 12).
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Register and test the system (see page 17).
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Unpack the system and check shipment contents (see
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Follow the instructions in the manual titled QMS 2001
Knowledge System PC Functional Expansion Instructions, included with the expanded function kit (available
from your QMS vendor). The Functional Expansion
Instructions manual will refer to this Setup Guide at
times.
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You’ll need at least the following levels of hardware and software installed to use the Knowledge System peripheral unit
(the Knowledge System PC comes with all necessary hardware and software):
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A 386 or higher computer with one free 16-bit slot, and a
parallel port that suppor ts bi-directional communication
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4 MB RAM
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A hard disk with at least 7 MB of free space
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DOS 5.0 or higher
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Microsoft Windows 3.1 or higher
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A 3.5" floppy disk drive
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VGA monitor or better
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Mouse
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Analog telephone line
(This means use a standard phone line, not a digital line.)
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move the 2001.
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Open the main shipping carton and remove the
accessories tray.
Caution: Do not lift the 2001 from the front (the end where
the control panel is), as this could damage the manual-feed
tray or the toner-cartridge access door. Lift it from the sides
only.
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Remove the 2001 from the carton, and place it on a
sturdy, level surface.
3
Remove the packing materials, the protective bag,
and any tape from the 2001.
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QMS 2001 Knowledge System engine
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Photoconductor unit (PCU)
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Toner cartridge
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Media cassette (letter or A4 size)
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Output tray
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Fax modem board with telephone cable and documentation (included only in units sold in the US, and only if
ordered)
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Bi-directional parallel cable (included, but not needed for
the QMS 2001 Knowledge System PC)
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Power cord
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QMS Manager software disks
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QMS 2001 Knowledge System Quick Reference manual
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QMS 2001 Knowledge System Setup Guide (this document)
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If you purchased a Knowledge System PC , you should have
the items listed above, plus the following:
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Keyboard
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Mouse
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DOS disks and documentation
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Windows disks and documentation
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Manufacturers’ documentation for the monitor and the
single-board computer
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Monitor with a power cord and interface cable (shipped in
a second box).
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The QMS 2001 Knowledge System should be located ...
Away from cooling sources, heating sources,
extreme temperature changes, and direct sunlight...
Away from excessive dust, corrosive chemicals or
vapors, any strong electromagnetic field (such as
that created by an air conditioner), and excessive
vibration...
On a level surface (within .08"/2 mm from front to
rear and left to right) capable of supporting 48 lb/21
kg...
So there is enough space for users to access all
sides of the system. (The 2001 measures 27.6"/702
mm wide by 26.9"/684 mm deep.)
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Caution: The belt inside the PCU is sensitive to bright light and
scratches. Don’t remove the PCU from its protective bag until you
are ready to install it, and then hold it only by the handles as
shown in step 3.
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Open the printer cover.
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2
Remove the PCU from its packaging and remove the
red tab (and attached piece of polystyrene) at each
end of the PCU.
3
Holding the PCU by its two handles (one on each
end), slide it into the system. An arrow on each handle identifies which side goes in first.
4
Grasp the green dot on the black light-shield paper,
and pull it out of the unit.
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Close the printer cover, making sure both sides are
securely shut.
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Remove the toner cartridge from its packaging.
Caution: Don’t touch the roller inside the toner cartridge.
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Holding the cartridge by the ends, gently shake it a
few times to distribute the toner.
3
Pull out the toner seal at one end of the cartridge,
and discard the seal.
To avoid spilling toner, keep the toner cartridge upright (as
shown) after removing the toner seal.
4
Open the toner-cartridge access door.
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Push the toner cartridge firmly in place.
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Close the toner-cartridge access door.
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Remove any tape or packing materials from the
media cassette.
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Open the cassette cover and place media in the cassette printing-side down, with the top edge of the
media going into the 2001 first.
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Unfold the scanner-tray extension and slide the
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If you have a Knowledge System peripheral unit, continue with “Installing the Fax Modem in the Computer” below. If you have a Knowledge System PC,
skip to “Connecting the Knowledge System PC” on
page 18. If you are connecting a Knowledge System
to a computer that already has a fax modem
installed, skip to “Connecting the Knowledge System
Peripheral Unit” on page 12 .
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need to refer to your computer’s documentation for some information. If you feel uncomfortable about performing these procedures,
you might want to get an experienced person to help you.
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Use Microsoft Diagnostics (MSD) to find out which
COM settings are in use on your computer: Exit Windows (if necessary) and at the DOS C:\ prompt, type
msd, press Enter, and then choose the COM Ports button in the screen that appears.
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In the COM Ports screen, see which COM settings are
in use (unused ports are labeled N/A). In the table
below, circle the cell in the left-most column that
lists all the COM settings in use in your computer.
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Check the fax modem’s documentation (included
with the fax modem) to find out what its default COM
port setting is. In the table below, circle this setting
in the top row.
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Find the cell located where the row and the column
you marked intersect. This cell tells you what COM
setting to configure the fax modem to use. (See the
fax modem documentation for instructions on changing the COM setting if necessary.)
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Turn off the computer and disconnect the power cord
and any other cables.
Caution: As with any procedure involving microcircuitry,
you should take steps to eliminate static electricity, which
can destroy circuit boards such as the fax modem. It’s
best to use an anti-static wristband (available from your
computer vendor) for this. Otherwise, you can discharge
static by touching any unpainted metal surface on a grounded
(plugged-in) appliance. In addition, handle circuit boards by
their edges only, and avoid walking around, especially on carpet, while working with them.
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Remove the cover from the computer and locate an
open 16-bit slot (approximately 6" long) on the computer’s motherboard. (See your computer documentation for information.)
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Remove the fax modem from its anti-static bag.
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board.)
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Fasten the fax modem’s retaining bracket to the computer’s interface panel with the screw you removed
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Make sure none of the computer’s components have
shifted or loosened during the procedure.
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Replace the system unit cover on the computer and
re-attach the power cord and the other cables to the
computer.
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Using the parallel cable provided, connect the
Knowledge System’s parallel port to the computer’s
LPT1 port.
Caution: We strongly recommend using the QMS-provided
cable, because it is designed for the high-speed bi-directional
parallel communication required by the 2001. Using a different cable could cause communication errors or prevent operation altogether.
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At the computer, use the telephone cable (included
with the fax modem) to connect the jack labeled
“Line” on the fax modem to a phone jack in the wall
(where you would normally plug in your phone). If
the fax modem jacks aren’t labeled, see the fax
modem documentation to see which one you should
connect to the wall jack.
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If you want to use the same telephone line to make
voice calls when the fax modem is not in use, plug
your phone (or another analog device, such as an
answering machine) into the second jack on the fax
modem.
The Fax Server is set up to answer the line on the first ring,
but if you use the same line for faxing and voice calls, you’ll
probably want the Fax Server to wait a few more rings before
answering. You can change this setting in the 3UHIHUHQFHV
dialog box (choose 3UHIHUHQFHV from the 2SWLRQV menu in
QMS Manager when you start it for the first time). Choose the
+HOS button for information on options in that dialog box.
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Connect the 2001 to a grounded electrical outlet.
Make sure the electrical outlet you connect the system to is a
properly grounded (earth connection) outlet, running 120
VAC, 50-60 Hz (if you have a 110V unit), or 230 ±10 VAC, 50
Hz (if you have a 220V unit). The system should be directly
connected to an outlet.
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Turn on the 2001. When the Ready light stops blinking, the system is ready to use.
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Caution:We recommend that you make backup copies of all of
the disks, store the originals in a safe place, and use the copies to
install the software. One way to do this is to open the Windows )LOH
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Installing the QMS Manager Software
Note: You cannot install the software by copying files from
the disks. You must run the setup program.
1
With Windows running, insert Disk 1 of the Knowledge System software in a 3.5" disk drive at the computer.
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2
From the Program Manager File menu choose Run.
3
In the Run dialog box, type a:\setup.
(If the disk is in another drive, substitute the letter of that
drive for a, for example, b:\setup.)
4
Choose OK and follow the instructions that appear
on the screen. A few notes on installation:
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For users of the Adobe Type Manager (ATM) program, Setup places several new PostScript fonts in
the QMS2001 director y: Akcidens, Clarendon
Medium, and Couria. See your ATM documentation
for information on installing and using PostScript
fonts. (For TrueType font users, TrueType versions
of Akcidens and Clarendon are installed also.)
Any ATM or TrueType font can be used with QMS
Manager, but these fonts were developed especially
for fax legibility.
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The setup program allows you to choose whether
the Fax Server (the program which allows you to
send and receive faxes) star ts automatically when
Windows star ts. If you choose Yes, the Fax Ser ver
icon will be placed in the StartUp program group. (If
you later decide you don’t want the Fax Server to
start automatically, you can remove it from the Star tUp Group).
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Note: If the Fax Server is not running when QMS Manager is
started, then QMS Manager startup will be delayed for 15 to
30 seconds while the Fax Server is initialized.
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The product registration infor mation you are asked
to provide is saved in a file that you can later fax to
QMS to register and test the system. The software
version number is on the disk labels.
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When installation is complete, exit Windows, restar t
the computer, then restart Windows.
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If, during Setup, you chose to let QMS Manager automatically load the Fax Server when Windows starts,
then QMS Manager will look for the fax modem and
present the Auto Setup dialog box. In the Modem
Type list, select your fax modem (if you purchased a
fax modem from QMS, select the QMS/Zoom FaxModem option). Choose OK, then go to step 7.
If, during Setup, you chose not to let QMS Manager
automatically load the Fax Server, then the first time you
use QMS Manager, the Auto Detect dialog box appears
as QMS Manager looks for the modem and determines its
type. Select your fax modem from the Modem Type list. If
you purchased a fax modem from QMS, choose the QMS/
Zoom FaxModem option. Choose OK.
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In the QMS 2001 Program Group, double-click the
What’s New icon in the QMS 2001 Knowledge System
program group to see any last-minute update information.
If you ever need to install more options or reinstall the
software, double-click the QMS Manager Setup icon in
the QMS 2001 Knowledge System program group and
follow the instructions that appear.
If you ever need to uninstall the Knowledge System
software, see the “Troubleshooting” section of the QMS
2001 Quick Reference for instructions.
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In Windows, double-click the Control Panel icon
(usually in the Main program group).
2
In the Control Panel window, double-click the Printers
icon.
3
Select QMS-2001 in the Installed Printers area.
4
Choose the Set As Default Printer button.
The Print Manager checkbox can be selected or
deselected: the 2001 doesn’t use Print Manager.
5
Choose the Setup button. In the Setup dialog box,
choose the print settings you want. (Choose Help for
more information on these options.)
6
Choose OK to exit the Setup dialog box, choose
Close to exit the Printers dialog box, then close the
Control Panel window by double-clicking the control
box in the upper-left corner.
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Register your 2001 and try out the system at the same time
by faxing the registration document to QMS:
1
In QMS Manager, from the Window menu, choose
Document Storage.
2
In the Document Storage window, select REGCARD.
3
Choose the Send button on the button bar.
4
In the Send Document dialog box, select QMS Registration Card in the Phone List box.
5
Choose the Add button to add QMS Registration
Card to the Send To list.
6
In the Dialing Prefix text box, if necessary, type 9 (or
whatever prefix you must normally dial to get an outside line) followed by a comma. The comma makes
the modem pause long enough for the outside-line
dial tone.
If you’re going to need a dialing prefix (such as 9,) for most
of your faxes, you can have QMS Manager add it for you.
Choose Prefer-ences from the Options menu in QMS
Manager, then type the prefix in the Dialing Prefix text box
and select the 8VH'LDOLQJ3UHIL[ checkbox. Choose the Help
button for more information on options in that dialog box.
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Choose OK to send the REGCARD information to our
toll-free number.
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Caution: Before connecting the system, make sure it’s off.
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Use the telephone cable included with the fax modem
to connect the jack labeled “Line” on the fax modem
to a phone jack in the wall (where you would normally plug in your phone). If the fax modem jacks
aren’t labeled, see the fax modem documentation to
see which jack you should connect to the wall jack.
If you want to use the same telephone line to make voice
calls when the fax modem is not in use, plug your phone
(or another analog device, such as an answering
machine) into the second jack on the fax modem.
Note: The Fax Server is set up to answer the line on the first
ring, but if you use the same line for faxing and voice calls,
you’ll probably want the Fax Server to wait a few more rings
before answering. You can change this setting in the
Preferences dialog box (choose Preferences from the
Options menu in QMS Manager when you start it for the first
time). Choose the Help button for information on options in
that dialog box.
2
Connect the monitor and the mouse at the back of
the system.
3
Connect the keyboard to the round connector on the
front of the 2001 (under the floppy disk drive).
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Connect the 2001 to a grounded electrical outlet.
Note: Make sure the electrical outlet you connect the system
to is a properly grounded (earth connection) outlet, running
120 VAC, 50-60 Hz (if you have a 110V unit), or 230 ±10 VAC,
50 Hz (if you have a 220V unit). The system should be
directly connected to an outlet.
5
Connect the monitor to a grounded electrical outlet
and turn it on.
6
Turn on the 2001. When the Ready light stops blinking, the system is ready to use.
(When you’re ready to shut down the system, turn off the
monitor first, then the 2001.)
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With Windows running, in Program Manager doubleclick the QMS 2001 Knowledge System program
group icon to open it (if it’s not already open).
2
In the QMS 2001 Knowledge System program group,
double-click the Registration icon to open the Registration dialog box.
3
Enter the information requested in the Registration
dialog box. The software version number is on the
disks shipped with your system.
4
If the QMS 2001 Fax Server icon appears anywhere
on your Windows desktop, close it by clicking on it
once and then selecting Close from the menu that
appears.
5
In the QMS 2001 Knowledge System program group,
double-click the QMS Manager icon to start QMS
Manager (if it’s not already started).
6
In QMS Manager, choose Document Storage from the
Window menu.
7
In the Document Storage list, select REGCARD.
If REGCARD does not appear in the Document Storage
window, make sure you followed the instructions in step
4, above.
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Choose Send from the QMS Manager button bar to
open the Send Document dialog box.
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In the Send Document dialog box, select QMS Registration Card from the Phone List.
10
Choose the Add button to add QMS Registration
Card to the Send To list.
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In the Dialing Prefix text box, if necessary, type 9 (or
whatever prefix you normally have to dial to get an
outside line) followed by a comma. The comma
makes the modem pause long enough for the outside-line dial tone.
Note: If you’re going to need a dialing prefix (such as 9,) for
most of your faxes, you can have QMS Manager add it for
you. Choose Prefer-ences from the Options menu in QMS
Manager, then type the prefix in the Dialing Prefix text box
and select the Use Dialing Prefix checkbox. Choose the
+HOS button for more information on options in that dialog box.
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Choose OK to send your registration information to
our toll-free number.
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In the QMS 2001 Program Group, double-click the
What’s New icon in the QMS 2001 Knowledge System
program group to see any last-minute update information.
If you ever need to reinstall the software, double-click the
QMS Manager Setup icon in the QMS 2001 Knowledge
System program group and follow the instructions that
appear.
If you ever need to uninstall the Knowledge System
software, see the “Troubleshooting” section of the QMS
2001 Quick Reference for instructions.
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QMS 2001 Knowledge System Quick Reference Guide—
This manual contains abbreviated instructions for the most
commonly used faxing, printing, copying, scanning, and datatransfer procedures.
QMS Manager on-line help—This is the most detailed source
of information on the QMS 2001 Knowledge System. Choose
an option from the Help menu, choose the Help button in a
dialog box, or double-click the 2001 Help icon in the QMS
2001 Knowledge System program group to access the on-line
help. If you’ve never used Windows help before, choose How
to Use Help from the Help menu in the Help window.
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MS DOS and Microsoft Windows documentation—Using the
QMS Manager software is easy, but like any Windows application it requires some basic Windows skills. If you’re not
familiar with Windows, please take some time to review its
documentation before using the QMS Manager software.
(Completing the Windows Tutorial is a great way to learn the
basics: Choose Windows Tutorial from the Help menu in
Program Manager.) If you’ve never used a computer before,
it’s also a good idea to review the introductory sections of the
DOS documentation.
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See the manufacturer’s documentation shipped with the system.
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In the US, call QMS at (800) 777-7782 for consumables
(toner, PCUs, print media), (800) 858-1597 for service, or
(800) 631-2692/2696 for information on QMS products. In
other countries, see “ QMS World-wide Offices” on page 23 for
telephone numbers.
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If you have difficulties setting up the 2001, try the following:
1
Make sure interface cables and power cords are
secure.
2
Make sure the other hardware and software meet the
minimum requirements listed in “Minimum System
Requirements for the 2001 Peripheral Unit” on page 3
of this guide.
3
Review the setup procedure, making sure you followed all the steps necessary for your version of the
product. (See “Products Covered by this Setup
Guide” on page 1 for more information.)
If you still can’t resolve the problem, see “Getting Help” to find
out how to contact us.
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In the US, QMS Customer Technical Assurance (CTA) is
available from 7 am to 6 pm, Central Time, at (205) 6334500*. You can also fax questions to CTA at (205) 633-3716.
Please indicate whether you would like a reply by fax or by
phone. In other countries, refer to the “QMS World-wide
Offices” section for the telephone number of the QMS office
closest to you.
If you call for assistance, have the following information ready
so our technicians can help you more quickly:
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Your phone number, fax number, and shipping address
A description of the problem
The name of your system (QMS 2001 Knowledge System
or QMS 2001 Knowledge System PC)
The amount of RAM installed on your 2001 and your computer
If the 2001 is connected to an external computer, the
make and model of the computer
The versions of QMS Manager, DOS, and Windows
you’re using
The make and model of your fax board
The specific application and version you’re having trouble
with
The contents of your CONFIG.SYS file and your
AUTOEXEC.BAT file
The contents of your WIN.INI and SYSTEM.INI files (in
the Windows subdirectory )
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United States/Latin America
One Magnum Pass
Mobile, AL 36618
(205) 633-4300*
Fax (205) 633-4866*
Latin America Fax (205) 639-3347*
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Canada
Saint-Laurent, Québec
(514) 333-5940 or (800) 361-3392
Fax (514) 333-5949
National Service Fax (905) 673-7676
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Europe, Middle East, Africa
Düsseldorf (49) 211/596 1333
London (44) 784 430900
Maarssen (31) 3465 51 333
Paris (33) (1) 4107 9393
Stockholm (46) (8) 725 5680
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QMS Asia-Pacific
Auckland 64 (9) 630 7912
Melbourne 61 (3) 899 5777
Sydney 61 (2) 901 3235
Tokyo (81) 3-3437-4030
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Because of the way MS-DOS and computer hardware are
designed, any time you attach or install a serial device (like a
fax-modem board) you have to figure out which COM setting
to configure the new device for. (“COM” is the name MS-DOS
uses for serial communication ports.) Each serial device must
have a unique COM setting, one that isn’t used by anything
else in the computer.
But most likely, one or more of the four COM settings MSDOS provides (COM 1, COM 2, COM 3, and COM 4) was
already assigned to something in your computer before it
even left the factory. (For example, any serial ports you see
on the back of your computer are probably using COM settings, even if they’re not connected to anything.)
You also have to remember that, generally, you can only have
two COM settings in use at one time. COM 1 and COM 3 usually can’t both be in use at the same time, because normally
they’re both set up to use the same IRQ setting (IRQ 4). The
same goes for COM 2 and COM 4, which share IRQ 3. (IRQ
stands for Interrupt ReQuest. Every device used by the computer, whether it’s a serial device or not, is assigned an IRQ.)
It is possible to use both 1 and 3 or both 2 and 4, if the new
serial device can be configured to use a “non-standard” IRQ
(an IRQ other than 3 or 4), and if this non-standard IRQ is not
assigned to anything else in the computer. (Check the serial
device documentation to find out if the device supports IRQs
other than 3 and 4. To find out if these non-standard IRQs are
available in your computer, you can use Microsoft Diagnos*The 205 area code changes to 334 on January 15, 1995.
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tics (MSD)—described in step 1 in “Installing the Fax Modem
in the Computer” on page 9. Unassigned IRQs are labeled
“Reserved” in MSD.)
If you currently have no serial devices attached to or installed
in your computer (or if you only have one device, like a serial
mouse or printer), then deciding which COM to use for the
new device is pretty simple: Just find out what the first available COM is and configure the device to use that.
But if you have more than one COM setting in use already,
you’ll have to either disable one of them or use a third COM
setting with a non-standard IRQ.
For example, many PCs have two serial ports on the back,
which are assigned to COM 1 and COM 2. If you’re not using
COM2, you could disable the port assigned to COM 2 and
configure the new serial device to use COM 2.
If you want to configure the new serial device to use a third
COM setting, you’ll have to find out what non-standard IRQs
your device supports, then find out which of these IRQs are
unused in your computer, then assign the unused, non-standard IRQ to the COM setting you want to use.
See your computer documentation for information on COM
settings, IRQ settings, disabling serial ports, and installing
serial devices. See your serial device documentation for COM
configuration instructions and other installation information.
Trademarks
The following trademarks listed as registered are registered in
the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Some
trademarks may also be registered in the other countries.
Other product names mentioned in this manual may be
trademarks of registered trademarks of their respective
owners.
QMS ® and the QMS logo/QMS, Inc.; Adobe Type Manager®,
PostScript ™ /Adobe Systems Incorporated; TrueType ® /Apple
Computer, Inc.; Windows ™ , Microsoft ® , MS DOS® /Microsoft
Corporation; UltraFAX™ , ZSoft™ /WordStar Atlanta
Technology Center, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of
WordStar International, Inc.
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makes no warranty of any kind including, but not limited to,
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particular purpose with regard to this manual. QMS, Inc.
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in this manual or for incidental, special, or consequential
damages arising out of the furnishing of this manual, or the
use of this manual in operating the equipment, or in
connection with the performance of the equipment when so
operated.
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