Asus EEEPC701SD-WHI006L - Eeepc 8G User guide

Asus EEEPC701SD-WHI006L - Eeepc 8G User guide
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Quick Use Guide
Eee PC 4G (701)
Eee PC 4G Surf
Eee PC 8G
15G06Q007001
Powering on your Eee PC
These are only quick instructions for using your Eee PC. Read the full
manual for detailed information.
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1. Install the battery pack
2. Connect the AC power
adapter
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3. Turn ON the Eee PC
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When you open the
display panel, do not
force it down to the table
or else the hinges may
break! Never lift the Eee
PC by the display panel!
Remember to fully charge
the battery before first
use and whenever it
is depleted to prolong
battery life.
Status Indicators
Status indicators represent various hardware/software conditions.
Power Indicator
Battery Charge Indicator
Solid State disk (SSD) Indicator
Wireless Indicator
Quick Use Guide - Powering off your Eee PC
Do the following instructions to turn down your Eee PC.
A.
1. Click the red power switch
on the taskbar.
Or, click Instant Shutdown from the Settings tab and select
Shutdown.
2. Select Shut Down from the dialogue box.
3. Select OK to proceed.
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B.
Or, press the power switch of the Eee PC directly, and follow the
previous instructions to shut down your Eee PC.
Quick Use Guide - Launching First Run Wizard
For the first time you start your Eee PC, the First Run Wizard will
auto-launch and lead you through setting up your preferences and
some basic information. Follow the wizard instructions to finish the
initiation.
1. Toggle I agree with
this license and click
Next to continue.
2. Select your keyboard
type and click Next
to continue.
3. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the first run
wizard.
ASUS Eee PC also supports Windows® XP operating system. Refer
to user guide for detailed instructions and notices on installing
the WinXP SP2 32 bit operating system.
Quick Use Guide - Configuring a network connection
Wireless network
connection
1. Press
+
(<Fn> +
<F2>) to activate the wireless
LAN function.
2. Click Wireless Networks
from Internet tab.
3. Select the wireless access
point you want to connect
to from the list and click
Connect to build the
connection. Ensure that the
box before Enable wireless
is checked.
4. When connecting, you may
have to enter a password.
5. After a connection has been
established, the connection
is shown on the list.
6. And you can see the wireless
signal strength bars on the OS
taskbar.
Quick Use Guide - Local Area Network
Using a dynamic IP:
1. From the Internet tab,
select Network to start the
configuration.
2. Click Create to create a
network connection.
3. Select the type of connection
you are using and click Next.
4. Toggle the first option
Dynamic IP address (DHCP)
and click Next.
5. Enter a name for this
connection and click Next.
6. Click Finish to apply the
settings or click Back to make
changes. Click the box before
Connect automatically at
system startup or before the
box Start this connection
when finished based on your
needs.
Quick Use Guide - Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE)
1. Repeat the step 1~2 of Using a static IP to start the PPPoE
network configuraton.
2. Select the type of connection 3. Select the hardware that you
you are using and click Next.
want to use to make your
connection and click Next.
4. Enter your user and password 5. Enter a name for this
and click Next..
connection and click Next.
6. Click Finish to apply the
settings or click Back to
make changes.
Quick Use Guide - Connecting removable devices
You can connect removable devices based on your needs.
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Memory Card Slot
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MMC (Multimedia Card)
MMC Plus
RS-MMC (Reduced Size) (with MMC adapter)
SD (Secure Digital)
MiniSD (with SD adapter)
microSD
SD Adapter
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2.0 USB Port (2.0/1.1)
USB External Optical Disk Drive
USB External Hard Disk Drive
USB Flash Memory Disk
Quick Use Guide - Accessing your files
With external connection of USB devices, you can easily move files
into and out of your Eee PC. Refer to the sub-sections below for more
information.
File Manager
1. Connect your USB flash memory disk or USB portable hard disk
drive to your Eee PC.
2. Highlight and select Open in
File Manager at the prompt.
3. (A) Click Removable Disk
(may be labeled as your disk
drive brand name) in the left
directory tree pane, and (B)
double-click the folder shown
in the right pane.
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B
4. All the files and folders in your USB external storage device are
shown in the right pane. Locate the desired file and double-click
it to open.
Quick Use Guide - Music Manager
1. Connect your USB flash memory disk or USB portable hard disk
drive to your Eee PC with your music.
2. Highlight and select Open
in Music Manager at the
prompt.
3. The Music Manager screen displays the album folders in your
USB flash/hard disk drive. Select a folder and drag tracks to the
right pane to create your own playlist.
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Photo Manager
1. Connect your USB flash memory disk or USB portable hard disk
drive to your Eee PC with your photos.
2. Highlight and select Open
in Photo Manager at the
prompt.
2. The Photo Manager displays the albums in your connected
USB storage device. Select an photo in an album and the photos
will be displayed in the bottom left preview window.
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Calling up applications
Operate your Eee PC hands-free. With voice command, you can
launch Eee PC utilities without utilizing the keyboard. Just let your
lips do the service.
Follow the instructions below to use voice command:
1. Double-click VoiceCommand from the Settings tab.
2. Right click the voice command icon on the OS taskbar and
toggle Enable to activate this function.
3. The items on the list are available for voice command function.
Add "computer" before each command.
An example of voice command use follows:
1. If you encounter new vocabulary, consult the dictionary in your
Eee PC.
2. Activate the voice command function.
3. Speak out "computer-dictionary," and the built-in dictionary will
be at your service.
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Terminating application processes
The Task Manager displays the application processes. Tweak your
Eee PC up if it is running slow by killing the application with Task
Manager.
Follow the instructions below to teminate applications:
1. Double click the SOS icon
running applications.
Or, press
+
on the OS taskbar to display the
(<Fn> + <F6>) directly to launch Task
Manager.
2. Select an unnecessary application that uses the system
resources and click Kill to teminate the process.
Using Task Manager to terminate applications may cause
damage to the files that the application is reading or editing.
We do not recommend you use Task Manager to stop the
applications that are working on your important data. Or, back
up your important data before using Task Manager.
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How-To Tips
How to extend battery life?
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Turn off Wifi: <Fn> + <F2>
Dim the screen: <Fn> + <F3>
Reduce speaker volume: <Fn> + <F8>
Turn off the speaker: <Fn> + <F7>
How to use SOS task manager?
1. Click the green icon on the taskbar, which is located at the
bottom of the screen.
2. Click a column heading to sort the list, for example by memory
used.
3. Select any application in the window to Kill or Refresh.
4. To view more, select another option from the drop-down list.
How to install Windows® XP?
Refer to the User's Manual.
How to connect to ASUS update server?
1. Connect to the Internet.
2. Click Add/Remove Software in the Settings tab.
3. After the databases loads, find any updates in the Settings tab.
How to set up Wifi?
1. Press <Fn> + <F2> to turn on the Wifi.
2. Click the Wireless Networks icon in the Internet tab.
3. Click Connect to build the connection.
How to set up ADSL?
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Click the Network icon in the Internet tab.
Click the Create button. A wizard launches.
Select DSL - Point-to-Point Over Ethernet, and click Next.
Complete the wizard to configure a DSL connection.
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