X40 series Setup Poster P/N 39T2157 08/02/2005 Initial Setup Instructions For more detailed information, press the Access IBM button. UltraConnect(TM) Wireless Antenna Optimal placement provides superior range and performance Unpack: ThinkPad(R) computer Battery pack Power cord One - Handed Latch ThinkLight(R) Keyboard Light Illuminates your keyboard, so you can work in the dark AC adapter or Volume and Mute Buttons 2 TrackPoint(R) caps Modem cord Books Wireless Radio Control * See reverse for notes about unlisted, missing, or damaged items and recovery CD. - Setup Instructions (this sheet) - Service and Troubleshooting Guide - Other supplements or flyers Presentation Director Easily give presentations or use multiple monitors Note: Please read the safety notices in the Service and Troubleshooting Guide before you use the computer. Install battery pack: Your battery is ready to use. Note: Some models have a battery that is shaped differently. 1 EasyEject Use to undock and remove attachable 2 Connect to power: 3 Brightness Control 2 or 1 Powered USB Connector Use USB optical drives without a separate power adapter. Internet Navigation Keys Web browser back and forward 1 Turn on the power: Full Screen Magnifier Zooms the entire screen Point and click with TrackPoint(R) Navigation System: Press the TrackPoint cap in the direction you want to move the pointer. The left and right buttons below the space bar function like mouse buttons. Manage Power Scheme Configure the Operating System following on-screen instructions: This process takes several minutes, and your computer may restart multiple times. For more detailed information, press the Access IBM button: Fn Key Use in combination with keys with blue icons to access special ThinkPad features TrackPoint Center Button Scroll documents or magnify an Fingerprint Reader Replace logon passwords for simple and secure user access. Specific models only. P/N: 39T2157 X40 series Setup Poster P/N 39T2157 08/02/2005 Optional ThinkPad X4 UltraBase Dock 2 This option is available to expand the functionality of your ThinkPad X40 series. To learn more, press the blue Access IBM button and enter "X4 UltraBase" in the Help Center keyword search field. You can get information about ThinkVantage Technologies at any time by pressing the blue Access IBM button on your keyboard. 1 Security Installing Optional memory Some ThinkPad computers have an embedded security chip. To learn about using the software and enabling the chip, enter "security chip" in the Help Center keyword search field. You can increase the amount of memory in your computer. Note: Use only memory types supported by your computer. If you install the optional memory incorrectly or install an unsupported memory type, a warning beep will sound when you try to start the computer. 1 Some ThinkPad computers also have a fingerprint reader. To learn more about the reader, enter "fingerprint reader" in the Help Center keyword search field. Install the optional SO-DIMM: Access Connections 7 Some ThinkPad computers are equipped with a wireless LAN adapter. To learn more about configuring wireless LAN and other communication adapters including your wired connections, enter "Access Connections" in the Help Center keyword search field. If a SO-DIMM is already installed, remove it as shown. Save the SO-DIMM for future use. 1 Touch a grounded metal object to reduce any static electricity in your body that could damage the SO-DIMM. Avoid touching the contact edge of the SO-DIMM. 2 Turn off the computer. Migration 3 Disconnect the AC adapter and all cables from the computer. You can move data from your old computer to this ThinkPad computer. Enter "migration" in the Help Center keyword search field to learn about uning data migration software. 4 Close the computer display and turn the computer over. 5 Remove the battery. 6 Loosen the screws next to DIMM icons on the expansion slot cover, and then remove the cover. 8 Align the notch in the contact edge of the SO-DIMM with the divider in the socket. Firmly insert the SO-DIMM into the socket at an angle of 20 degrees 1 , and then pivot it downward until it snaps into place 2 . 2 2 1 1 9 Replace the expansion slot cover. Attention: Never use the computer with the expansion slot cover open. 10 Replace the battery and re-connect the AC adapter and cables. Help and Support To learn about Help and Support, choose "Help Center" in Productivity Center, and choose the Get Help & Support category in Help Center. * Additional unpacking notes: 1) Some models may contain items that are not listed. 2) If any item is missing or damaged, please contact your place of purchase. 3) Your computer features Disk-to-Disk Recovery. Everything for recovering factoryinstalled files and applications is on your hard disk eliminating the need for a recovery CD. For more information, see "Recovering Pre-Installed Software" in the Service and Troubleshooting Guide. Your name: Company name: Model number: Serial number: Company or reseller service: 2 Verify proper installation of the optional SO-DIMM: Support Web site: 1 Turn on computer. Support number: 2 Press the Access IBM button when prompted during startup. Printed in China 3 Open the BIOS Setup Utility by clicking "Access BIOS" under the "Configure" category or by double-clicking "Start Setup Utility." 4 Verify that the "Installed memory" item shows the total amount of memory installed in your computer. For example, if your computer had 256 MB of standard memory and you install an additional 512 MB SO-DIMM, the quantity shown in "Installed memory" should be 768 MB. Copyright Lenovo 2005 Portions Copyright International Business Machines Corporation 2005. All rights reserved. Thinkpad is a registered trademark of Lenovo. IBM is a trademark of IBM Corp.
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