User`s guide | Acer 100 Series Laptop User Manual

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TravelMate 100 series
User’s guide
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Copyright © 2001. Acer Incorporated.
All Rights Reserved.
TravelMate 100 series User’s guide
Original Issue: January 2002
Changes may be made periodically to the information in this publication without obligation
to notify any person of such revision or changes. Such changes will be incorporated in new
editions of this manual or supplementary documents and publications. This company makes
no representations or warranties, either expressed or implied, with respect to the contents
hereof and specifically disclaims the implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a
particular purpose.
Record the model number, serial number, purchase date, and place of purchase information in
the space provided below. The serial number and model number are recorded on the label
affixed to your computer. All correspondence concerning your unit should include the serial
number, model number, and purchase information.
No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in
any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopy, recording, or otherwise,
without the prior written permission of Acer Incorporated.
TravelMate 100 series Notebook Computer
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Serial number: ___________________________________
Purchase date: ___________________________________
Place of purchase: ________________________________
Acer and the Acer logo are registered trademarks of Acer Incorporated. Other company's
product names or trademarks are used herein for identification purposes only and belong to
their respective companies.
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First things first
We would like to thank you for making the TravelMate series of notebook
computers your choice for your mobile computing needs. We hope you will be
happy with your TravelMate as much as we enjoyed making it for you.
Your guides
To help you use your TravelMate, we have designed a set of guides:
First off, the Just for Starters... poster helps you get
started with setting up your computer.
This User’s guide introduces you to the many ways your
computer can help you be more productive. This guide
provides clear and concise information about the computer,
so read it thoroughly.
If you ever need to print out a copy, this User’s guide is also
available in PDF (Portable Document Format). Follow these
steps:
1 Click on Start, Programs, TravelMate.
2 Click on TravelMate User’s guide.
Note: Viewing the file requires Adobe Acrobat Reader
installed. If Adobe Acrobat Reader is not installed on your
computer, clicking on TravelMate User’s guide will run the
Acrobat Reader setup program first. Follow the
instructions on the screen to complete the installation. For
instructions on how to use Adobe Acrobat Reader, access
the Help menu.
A handy Hot key pocket reference card is useful for quick
glances at functional key combinations.
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An Online guide is your helping hand on-the-go, with easy
to access, detailed and linked information about your
computer.
To access the online guide:
1 Click on Start, Programs, TravelMate.
2 Click on TravelMate Online guide.
Lastly, there may be a Read me first sheet included with
your package which contains important reminders and
updates. So, please read through it.
For more information about our products, services, and support
information, please visit our web site (http://global.acer.com).
Basic care and tips for using your computer
Connecting your computer
Connecting the computer is as easy as 1-2-3.
1
Insert the battery pack into the battery compartment, and press
down until it clicks into place.
Note: See your online guide for more details on how to remove
the battery pack.
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2
Connect one end of the AC adapter to the power jack on the
computer’s rear panel and the other end to a properly-grounded
power outlet.
3
Push the display cover latch to open the display.
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4
Slide the power switch towards the rear of the computer (a) then
release it (b) to turn on the power. The POST (power-on self-test)
routine executes and Windows begins loading.
To turn the power off, do any of the following:
•
Click on Start, Turn off Computer; then click Turn Off.
•
Use the power switch
Note: You can also use the power switch to perform power
management functions. See “Power management” on page 30.
•
Use the customized functions for power management
You can also shut down the computer by closing the display cover,
or by pressing the sleep hot key (Fn-F4). See the online guide for
details.
Note: If you cannot power off the computer normally, press and
hold the power switch for more than four seconds to shut down
the computer. If you turn off the computer and want to turn it on
again, wait at least two seconds before powering up.
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Taking care of your computer
Your computer will serve you well if you take care of it.
•
Do not expose the computer to direct sunlight. Do not place it
near sources of heat, such as a radiator.
•
Do not expose the computer to temperatures below 0ºC (32ºF) or
above 50ºC (122ºF).
•
Do not subject the computer to magnetic fields.
•
Do not expose the computer to rain or moisture.
•
Do not spill water or any liquid on the computer.
•
Do not subject the computer to heavy shock and vibration.
•
Do not expose the computer to dust and dirt.
•
Never place objects on top of the computer to avoid damaging the
computer.
•
Do not slam the computer display when you close it.
•
Never place the computer on uneven surfaces.
Taking care of your AC adapter
Here are some ways to take care of your AC adapter:
•
Do not connect the adapter to any other device.
•
Do not step on the power cord or place heavy objects on top of it.
Carefully route the power cord and any cables away from personal
traffic.
•
When unplugging the power cord, do not pull on the cord itself
but pull on the plug.
•
The total ampere ratings of the equipment plugged in should not
exceed the ampere rating of the cord if you are using an extension
cord. Also, the total current rating of all equipment plugged into
a single wall outlet should not exceed the fuse rating.
Taking care of your battery pack
Here are some ways to take care of your battery pack:
•
Use only batteries of the same kind as replacements. Turn the
power off before removing or replacing batteries.
•
Do not tamper with batteries. Keep them away from children.
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Dispose of used batteries according to local regulations. Recycle if
at all possible.
Cleaning and servicing
When cleaning the computer, follow these steps:
1
Power off the computer and remove the battery pack.
2
Disconnect the AC adapter.
3
Use a soft cloth moistened with water. Do not use liquid or
aerosol cleaners.
If any of the following occurs:
•
The computer has been dropped or the body has been damaged.
•
Liquid has been spilled into the product.
•
The computer does not operate normally.
Please refer to "Troubleshooting my computer" on page 57.
First things first
Your guides
Basic care and tips for using your computer
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A TravelMate tour
Front view
Left view
Right view
Rear view
Bottom view
Using your computer in tablet mode
Switching to tablet mode
Switching to computer mode
Features
Indicators
Using the keyboard
Special keys
Touchpad
Touchpad basics
Storage
Hard disk
Optical drive
Audio
Adjusting the volume
Power management
Moving around with your TravelMate
Disconnecting from the desktop
Moving around
Taking the computer home
Traveling with the computer
Traveling internationally with the computer
Securing your computer
Using a computer security lock
Using the Smart Card
Using passwords
2 Customizing your computer
Expanding through options
Connectivity options
Upgrade options
Notebook Manager
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Contents
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Launch Manager
BIOS Utility
3 Troubleshooting your computer
Frequently-asked questions
Troubleshooting tips
Error messages
Requesting service
International Traveler’s Warranty (ITW)
Before you call
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Appendix A Specifications
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Appendix B Notices
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Index
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TravelMate
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Your TravelMate computer combines highperformance, versatility, power
management features and multimedia
capabilities with a unique style and
ergonomic design. Work with unmatched
productivity and reliability with your new
power computing partner.
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A TravelMate tour
After setting up your computer as illustrated in the Just for
Starters... poster, let us show you around your new TravelMate
computer.
Front view
#
Item
Description
1
Latch
Use to latch the LCD screen in both normal
mode and tablet mode.
2
Display screen
Also called LCD (liquid-crystal display),
displays computer output. Touchscreencapable with the aid of the Touchscreencapable stylus.
3
Launch keys
Buttons for launching frequently used
programs. See “Launch Keys” on page 23 for
more details.
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Item
Description
4
Touchpad
Touch-sensitive pointing device which
functions like a computer mouse.
5
Click buttons (left,
center and right)
The left and right buttons function like the
left and right mouse buttons; the center
button is a 4-direction scroll button.
6
Microphone
Captures sounds and voices into your
computer.
7
Infrared port
Interfaces with infrared devices (e.g.,
infrared printer, IR-aware computers).
8
Palmrest
Comfortable support area for your hands
when you use the computer.
9
Keyboard
Inputs data into your computer.
10
Enter button
Use to confirm selection in tablet mode.
11
Page up/Page down
buttons
Use to scroll one page up or one page down
in tablet mode.
12
Application key
button
By default, use to invoke the notebook
application.
13
Alt+Esc button
Use to cycle through active Windows
application.
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Item
Description
14
Status indicators
LEDs (light-emitting diodes) that turn on and
off to show the status of the computer and
its functions and components.
15
Stylus
Use to input data in tablet mode.
Left view
#
Item
Description
1
Power switch
Turns on the computer power.
2
Hard disk bay
Houses the computer's hard disk (secured by
a screw).
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Right view
#
Item
Description
1
Stylus
For data input on the screen in tablet mode.
2
PC Card eject button
Ejects the PC Card from the slot.
3
PC Card slot
Accepts one Type II 16-bit PC Card or 32-bit
CardBus PC Card.
4
Smart Card eject
button
Ejects the Smart Card from the slot.
5
Speaker/
Headphone-out jack
Connects to audio line-out devices (e.g.,
speakers, headphones).
6
Line-in jack
Accepts audio line-in devices (e.g., audio CD
player, stereo walkman).
7
IEEE 1394 port
Connects to IEEE 1394 devices.
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Item
Description
8
USB port 1
Connects to any Universal Serial Bus device
(e.g., USB mouse, USB camera).
9
USB port 2
Connects to any Universal Serial Bus device
(e.g., USB mouse, USB camera).
10
Smart Card slot
Slot for Smart Card interface with pre-boot
authentication system.
Rear view
#
Item
Description
1
Security keylock
Connects to a Kensington-compatible
computer security lock.
2
External display
port
Connects to a display device (e.g., external
monitor, LCD projector) and displays up to
16M colors at 1024 x 768 resolution.
3
Modem jack
Connects to a phone line.
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Item
Description
4
Network jack
Connects to an Ethernet 10/100-based
network.
5
Power jack
Connects to an AC adapter.
Bottom view
#
Item
Description
1
Memory
compartment
Houses the computer's main memory.
2
Battery lock/unlock
latch
Locks and unlocks the battery bay.
3
Battery release latch
Unlatches the battery to remove the
battery pack.
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Item
Description
4
Battery bay
Houses the computer's battery pack.
5
Hard disk bay
Houses the computer's hard disk (secured
by a screw).
6
Hard disk anti-shock
protection
Protects your hard disk against accidental
shock and vibration.
7
Personal
identification slot
Insert an identification card to personalize
your computer.
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Using your computer in tablet mode
Your computer is designed for convenience, ergonomic use, and
portability. Running the Windows XP Professional operating system,
your TravelMate utilizes a stylus for pen-based input. Software
developed specifically for the computer allows for both handwriting
recognition converted to application text, or handwriting captured as
rich digital ink for manipulation, editing, and formatting. By
combining Windows-based applications with the versatility of penbased input, this computer offers new ways for users to communicate
in a wireless environment.
Switching to tablet mode
To switch to table mode, follow the steps below:
1
Push and slide the latch in the direction as shown in the illustration
below (a) and open the display screen (b).
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Warning: When switching to tablet mode, make sure that
you open the display at an angle between 85° to 95°. Doing
otherwise will damage your keyboard when rotating the
display screen.
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2
Press and release the hinge holding the display screen on both
sides.
3
Rotate the display screen 180 degrees clockwise as shown in the
illustration. Make sure that the display screen is aligned with the
hinges that will hold it in place.
Warning: Rotate the display screen clockwise only when
switching to the tablet mode. Rotating the display screen
counterclockwise might damage it.
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4
Press the hinges on both sides until they click into place (a); then
close and latch the display.
5
Remove the stylus from its slot to begin pen-based input.
Switching to computer mode
To switch back to computer mode, reverse the steps of the “Switching
to tablet mode” procedure.
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Features
Below is a brief summary of the computer’s many features:
Performance
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Mobile Intel® Pentium® III Processor-M with 512 KB level 2 cache
featuring the new Enhanced Intel® SpeedStep™ technology
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Memory expandable up to 256 MB
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High-capacity, Enhanced-IDE hard disk
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Li-Ion main battery pack
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Power management system with ACPI (Advanced Configuration
Power Interface)
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Smart Card interface with pre-boot authentication system for
added security
Display
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10.4"Thin-Film Transistor (TFT) touchscreen liquid-crystal display
(LCD) displaying 16M color at 1024x768 eXtended Graphics Array
(XGA) resolution
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8 MB Video DRAM
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3D capabilities
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Simultaneous LCD and CRT display support
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"Automatic LCD dim" feature that automatically decides the best
settings for your display and conserves power
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Dual display capability
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Tablet mode for LCD panel (Rotatable display)
Multimedia
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16-bit high-fidelity AC’97 PCI stereo audio with wavetable
synthesizer
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Built-in speaker and microphone
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High-speed optical (CD-ROM or DVD-ROM) drive
Connectivity
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High-speed fax/data modem port
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Fast infrared wireless communication
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USB (Universal Serial Bus) ports
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Ethernet/Fast Ethernet port
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IEEE 1394 port
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Optional 802.11b wireless LAN
Human-centric design and ergonomics
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Sleek, smooth and stylish design
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Acer Finetouch keyboard
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Ergonomically-centered touchpad pointing device
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Internet scroll key
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Support pen input via stylus
Expansion
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Type II CardBus PC Card (formerly PCMCIA) slot
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Upgradeable memory
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Indicators
The computer has seven easy-to-read status icons below the display
screen.
Icon
Function
Description
Num Lock
Lights when Num Lock is activated.
Caps Lock
Lights when Caps Lock is activated.
Battery Charge
Lights when the battery is being charged.
Media Activity
Lights when the floppy drive, hard disk or
optical drive is active.
Sleep
Lights when the computer enters Sleep mode.
Power
Lights when the computer is on.
Wireless
Communication
Lights when the Wireless LAN capabilities are
enabled.
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The Power and Sleep status icons are visible even when you close the
display cover so you can see the status of the computer while the cover
is closed.
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Using the keyboard
The keyboard has full-sized keys and an embedded keypad, separate
cursor keys, two Windows keys and twelve function keys.
Special keys
Lock keys
The keyboard has three lock keys which you can toggle on and off.
Lock key
Description
Caps Lock
When Caps Lock is on, all alphabetic characters typed are in
uppercase.
Num Lock
(Fn-F11)
When Num Lock is on, the embedded keypad is in numeric
mode. The keys function as a calculator (complete with the
arithmetic operators +, -, *, and /). Use this mode when you
need to do a lot of numeric data entry. A better solution
would be to connect an external keypad.
Scroll Lock
(Fn-F12)
When Scroll Lock is on, the screen moves one line up or down
when you press the up or down arrow keys respectively.
Scroll Lock does not work with some applications.
Note: To access the Num Lock and Scroll Lock functions, hold the
Fn key down while pressing the F11 and F12 keys respectively.
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Embedded numeric keypad
The embedded numeric keypad functions like a desktop numeric
keypad. It is indicated by small characters located on the upper right
corner of the keycaps. To simplify the keyboard legend, cursor-control
key symbols are not printed on the keys.
Desired access
Num lock on
Num lock off
Number keys on
embedded keypad
Type numbers in a normal
manner.
Cursor-control keys
on embedded
keypad
Hold Shift while using
cursor-control keys.
Hold Fn while using
cursor-control keys.
Main keyboard keys
Hold Fn while typing letters
on embedded keypad.
Type the letters in a
normal manner.
Note: If an external keyboard or keypad is connected to the
computer, the Num Lock feature automatically shifts from the
internal keyboard to the external keyboard or keypad.
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Windows keys
The keyboard has two keys that perform Windows-specific functions.
Key
Description
Windows logo
key
Start button. Combinations with this key perform
shortcut functions. Below are a few examples:
+ Tab (Activates next taskbar button)
+ E (Explores My Computer)
+ F (Finds Document)
+ M (Minimizes All)
Shift + + M (Undoes Minimize All)
+ R (Displays the Run... dialog box)
Application key
Opens a context menu (same as a right-click).
Hot keys
The computer employs hot keys or key combinations to access most of
the computer’s controls like screen brightness, volume output and the
BIOS Utility.
To activate hot keys, press and hold the Fn key before pressing the
other key in the hot key combination.
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Hot key
Icon
Function
Description
Fn-F1
Hot Key Help
Displays help on hot keys.
Fn-F2
Setup
Accesses the computer’s
configuration utility.
Fn-F3
Power
Management
Scheme Toggle
Switches the power
management scheme used by
the computer (function
available if supported by
operating system).
See the online guide for more
information.
Fn-F4
Sleep
Puts the computer in Sleep
mode.
See the online guide for more
information.
Fn-F5
Display Toggle
Switches display output
between the display screen,
external monitor (if
connected) and both the
display screen and external
monitor.
Fn-F6
Screen Blank
Turns the display screen
backlight off to save power.
Press any key to return.
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Hot key
Icon
Function
Description
Fn-F7
Touchpad Toggle
Turns the internal touchpad
on and off.
Fn-F8
Speaker Toggle
Turns the speakers on and off.
Fn-↑
Volume up
Increases the speaker volume.
Fn-↓
Volume down
Decreases the speaker
volume.
Fn-→
Brightness up
Increases the screen
brightness.
Fn-←
Brightness down
Decreases the screen
brightness.
The Euro symbol
If your keyboard layout is set to United States-International or United
Kingdom or if you have a keyboard with a European layout, you can
type the Euro symbol on your keyboard.
Note for US keyboard users: The keyboard layout is set when
you first set up Windows. For the Euro symbol to work, the
keyboard layout has to be set to United States-International.
To verify the keyboard type:
1
Click on Start, Control Panel.
2
Double-click on Regional and Language Options.
3
Click on the Language tab and click on Details.
4
Verify that the keyboard layout used for "En English (United
States)" is set to United States-International.
5
If not, select and click on ADD; then select United StatesInternational and click on OK.
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Click on OK.
To type the Euro symbol:
1
Locate the Euro symbol on your keyboard.
2
Open a text editor or word processor.
3
Hold Alt Gr and press the Euro symbol.
Some fonts and software do not support the Euro symbol. Please
refer to http://www.microsoft.com/typography/faq/faq12.htm for
more information.
Launch Keys
Located at the top of the keyboard are four buttons. These buttons
are called launch keys. They are designated as P1, P2, mail button and
Web browser button.
Note: To the left of these four launch keys is the wireless
communication button. For more information on this feature,
please refer to the wireless communication manual.
Launch key
Default application
P1
User-programmable
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Launch key
Default application
P2
User-programmable
Mail
Email application. The mail button LED will flash
when the user has incoming email
Web browser
Internet browser application
Email checking function
When you first start up your system, a Mail Checking dialog box will be
displayed. In this dialog box, you have the option to launch the
program at startup or not, set the time for mail checking, etc. If you
already have an email account, you can fill in the Mail Properties in the
dialog box.
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The Mail Server is the server name where you get your email, for
example: JohnSmith@hotmail.com, the Mail Server is hotmail.com.
Aside from the email checking function, there is a mail button that is
used to launch the email application. It is located above the keyboard
right below the LCD. The mail button LED will flash when the user has
received an incoming email.
You can also access the Mail Checking dialog box by clicking on Start,
Programs, Launch Manager, then click on E-Mail checking setting.
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Touchpad
The built-in touchpad is a PS/2-compatible pointing device that senses
movement on its surface. This means the cursor responds as you move
your finger on the surface of the touchpad. The central location on
the palm rest provides optimum comfort and support.
Note: When using an external USB or serial mouse, you can press
Fn-F7 to disable the touchpad. .
Touchpad basics
The following items teach you how to use the touchpad:
•
Move your finger across the touchpad to move the cursor.
•
Press the left (1) and right (3) buttons located on the edge of the
touchpad to do selection and execution functions. These two
buttons are similar to the left and right buttons on a mouse.
Tapping on the touchpad produces similar results.
•
Use the 4-way scroll (2) button (top/bottom/left/right) to scroll a
page up, down, left or right. This button mimics your cursor
pressing on the vertical and horizontal scroll bars of Windows
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applications.
Right
button
Center
buttons
Function
Left button
Execute
Click twice
quickly
Tap twice (at the
same speed as
double-clicking a
mouse button)
Select
Click once
Tap once
Drag
Click and
hold, then
use finger to
drag the
cursor on the
touchpad
Tap twice (at the
same speed as
double-clicking a
mouse button)
then hold finger
to the touchpad
on the second tap
and drag the
cursor
Access
context
menu
Scroll
Tap
Click
once
Click and
hold the
button in
the desired
direction
(up/down/
left/right)
Note: Keep your fingers dry and clean when using the touchpad.
Also keep the touchpad dry and clean. The touchpad is sensitive
to finger movements. Hence, the lighter the touch, the better the
response. Tapping harder will not increase the touchpad’s
responsiveness.
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Storage
This computer supplies you the following media storage:
•
High-capacity Enhanced-IDE hard disk
•
High-speed USB or IEEE 1394 optical drive
Hard disk
The high-capacity hard disk is the answer to your storage needs.
Optical drive
The computer comes standard with a USB CD-ROM or an optional IEEE
1394 DVD-ROM.
Playing DVD movies
To play DVD movies on your computer, follow these steps:
1
Connect the external DVD drive, see “Connecting your optical
drive” on page 50.
2
Turn on the optical drive (a) and open the DVD tray by pressing the
eject button (b). Insert a DVD movie disc; then close the DVD tray.
Important! When you launch the DVD player for the first time,
the program asks you to input the region code. DVD discs are
divided into 6 regions. Once your DVD drive is set to a region
code, it will play DVD discs of that region only. You can set the
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region code a maximum of five times (including the first time),
after which the last region code set will remain permanent.
Recovering your hard disk does not reset the number of times the
region code has been set. Refer to the table later in this section
for DVD movie region code information.
3
The DVD movie will automatically play after a few seconds.
Region code
Country or region
1
U.S.A., Canada
2
Europe, Middle East, South Africa, Japan
3
Southeast Asia, Taiwan, Korea (South)
4
Latin America, Australia, New Zealand
5
Former U.S.S.R., parts of Africa, India
6
People's Republic of China
Note: To change the region code, place a DVD movie of a
different region into the DVD-ROM drive. Please refer to the
online help for more information.
Optimizing the DVD movie playback
Sometime the DVD movie playback is not so smooth. This is due to the
setting in the power scheme. To optimize the playback, follow these
steps to change the power scheme:
1
Right-click on the Windows desktop and click on Properties to
open the Display Properties dialog box.
2
Click on the Screen Saver tab and then on Power... to bring up
the Power Options Properties dialog box.
3
Under the Power Schemes tab, go to the Power schemes option
and select Always On from the list.
4
Click on OK to close the Power Options Properties dialog box and
OK again to close the Display Properties dialog box.
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Audio
The computer comes with 16-bit high-fidelity PCI stereo audio, and
includes a built-in sensitive microphone and stereo speaker.
There are audio ports on the right panel of the computer. See “Right
view” on page 6 for more information on connecting external audio
devices.
Adjusting the volume
Adjusting the volume on the computer is as easy as pressing some
buttons. See “Hot keys” on page 20 for more informations on
adjusting the speaker volume.
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Power management
This computer has a built-in power management unit that monitors
system activity. System activity refers to any activity involving one or
more of the following devices: keyboard, mouse, floppy drive, hard
disk, and video memory. If no activity is detected for a period of time
(called an inactivity timeout), the computer stops some or all of these
devices in order to conserve energy.
This computer employs a power management scheme that supports
ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Power Interface) which allows for
maximum power conservation and maximum performance at the same
time. Windows handles all power-saving chores for your computer.
Refer to your online guide and Windows help for more information.
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Moving around with your TravelMate
This section gives you tips and hints on things to consider when moving
around or traveling with your computer.
Disconnecting from the desktop
Follow these steps to disconnect your computer from external
accessories:
1
Save your work in progress.
2
Remove any media, diskette or compact disc, from the drive(s).
3
Shut down the operating system.
4
Turn off the computer.
5
Close the display cover.
6
Disconnect the cord from the AC adapter.
7
Disconnect the keyboard, pointing device, printer, external
monitor, and other external devices.
8
Disconnect the Kensington lock if you are using one to secure the
computer.
Moving around
“when you are just moving within short distances, for example, from
your office desk to a meeting room”
Preparing the computer
Before moving the computer, close and latch the display cover to place
it in Sleep mode. You can now safely take the computer anywhere you
go within the building. To bring the computer out of Sleep mode,
open the display; then press, slide and release the power switch.
If you are taking the computer to a client's office or a different
building, you may choose to shut down the computer:
1
Click on Start, Shut Down....
2
Select Shut down and click on OK.
- or -
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you can put the computer in Sleep mode by pressing Fn-F4. Then close
and latch the display.
When you are ready to use the computer again, unlatch and open the
display; then press, slide and release the power switch.
Note: If the sleep indicator is off, the computer has entered
Hibernation mode and turned off. If the power indicator is off
but the sleep indicator is on, the computer has entered Sleep
mode. In both cases, press, slide and release the power switch to
turn the computer back on. Note that the computer may enter
Hibernation mode after it is in Sleep mode for a period of time.
What to bring to short meetings
A fully charged battery runs the computer for about 3 hours under
most circumstances. If your meeting is shorter than that, you probably
do not need to bring anything with you other than the computer.
What to bring to long meetings
If your meeting will last longer than 3 hours or if your battery is not
fully charged, you may want to bring the AC adapter with you to plug
in your computer in the meeting room.
If the meeting room does not have an electrical outlet, reduce the
drain on the battery by putting the computer in Sleep mode. Press FnF4 or close the display cover whenever you are not actively using the
computer. To resume, open the display (if closed); then press, slide,
and release the power switch.
Taking the computer home
“when you are moving from your office to your home or vice versa”
Preparing the computer
After disconnecting the computer from your desktop, follow these
steps to prepare the computer for the trip home:
•
Make sure that you have removed any media, diskette and
compact disc, in the drive(s). Failure to remove the media can
damage the drive head.
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Pack the computer in a protective case that can prevent the
computer from sliding around and cushion it if it should fall.
Caution: Avoid packing items next to the top cover of the
computer. Pressure against the top cover can damage the screen.
What to bring with you
Unless you already have some items at home, bring the following items
with you:
•
AC adapter and power cord
•
The printed user’s manual
Special considerations
Follow these guidelines to protect your computer while traveling to
and from work:
•
Minimize the effect of temperature changes by keeping the
computer with you.
•
If you need to stop for an extended period of time and cannot
bring the computer with you, leave the computer in the trunk of
the car to avoid exposing the computer to excessive heat.
•
Changes in temperature and humidity can cause condensation.
Allow the computer to return to room temperature, and inspect
the screen for condensation before turning on the computer. If
the temperature change is greater than 18°F (10°C), allow the
computer to come to room temperature slowly. If possible, leave
the computer for 30 minutes in an environment with a
temperature between outside and room temperature.
Setting up a home office
If you frequently work on your computer at home, it may be
worthwhile to purchase a second AC adapter for use at home. With a
second AC adapter, you can avoid transporting the extra weight to and
from home.
If you use your computer at home for significant periods of time, you
might also want to add an external keyboard, monitor, or mouse.
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Traveling with the computer
“when you are moving within a larger distance, for instance, from your
office building to a client’s office building or traveling locally”
Preparing the computer
Prepare the computer as if you were taking it home. Make sure that
the battery in the computer is charged. Airport security may require
you to turn on your computer when bringing it into the gate area.
What to bring with you
Bring the following items with you:
•
AC adapter
•
Spare, fully-charged battery pack(s)
•
Additional printer driver files if you plan to use another printer
Special considerations
In addition to the guidelines for taking the computer home, follow
these guidelines to protect your computer while traveling:
•
Always take the computer as carry-on luggage.
•
If possible, have the computer inspected by hand. Airport security
X-ray machines are safe, but do not put the computer through a
metal detector.
•
Avoid exposing floppy disks to hand-held metal detectors.
Traveling internationally with the computer
“when you are moving from country to country”
Preparing the computer
Prepare the computer as you would normally prepare it for traveling.
What to bring with you
Bring the following items with you:
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AC adapter
•
Power cords that are appropriate to the country to which you are
traveling
•
Spare, fully-charged battery packs
•
Additional printer driver files if you plan to use another printer
•
Proof of purchase, in case you need to show it to customs officials
•
International Traveler’s Warranty passport
Special considerations
Follow the same special considerations as when traveling with the
computer. In addition, these tips are useful when traveling
internationally:
•
When traveling in another country, check that the local AC voltage
and the AC adapter power cord specifications are compatible. If
not, purchase a power cord that is compatible with the local AC
voltage. Do not use converter kits sold for appliances to power
the computer.
•
If you are using the modem, check if the modem and connector is
compatible with the telecommunications system of the country
you are traveling in.
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Securing your computer
Your computer is a valuable investment that you need to take care of.
Learn how to protect and take care of your computer.
Security features include hardware and software locks — a security
notch, Smart Card and passwords.
Using a computer security lock
A security keylock notch located on the rear panel of the computer lets
you connect a Kensington-compatible key-based computer security
lock.
Wrap a computer security lock cable around an immovable object such
as a table or locked drawer handle. Insert the lock into the notch and
turn the key to secure the lock. Some keyless models are also available.
Using the Smart Card
This software includes the following components: PlatinumPAS™,
PlatinumSecure™ and PlatinumKey™. Together, they provide you with
multiple levels of security.
•
PlatinumPAS implements the first security measure at the BIOS
level and runs during the BIOS routine check when a computer is
powered up or rebooting. If no Smart Card or Emergency Card is
detected, the computer will stop booting up to prevent any illegal
access to the system.
•
PlatinumSecure enhances the secure logon procedure for Windows
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XP at the Windows operating system level. It provides user
authentication through its encryption/decryption function using
the Smart Card. If your Smart Card is unavailable, you can use the
Emergency Card as a temporary replacement card.
•
PlatinumKey auto-authenticate and auto cache with one-click
logons to all password-required websites (patent pending),
eliminates the overhead costs associated with memorizing and
typing user IDs and passwords when surfing the Internet with
Microsoft or Netscape web browsers.
A card slot for your Smart Card is located on the right panel of the
computer. This new security feature helps you boot up your computer
with all your settings built right into your Smart Card. You don’t have
to remember your password to access your computer.
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To remove the Smart Card press the Smart Card eject button (a) and
remove the Smart Card (b) as shown in the illustration below.
For more details consult your Smart Card documentation.
Registering your Smart Card
Important! Your Acer notebook is equipped with a Smart Card
security feature that protects the computer from unauthorized
access. If you enable this feature, please make sure that your
warranty card is completed and sent back to Acer. This
information will be used by Acer service centers to confirm
ownership in case your Smart Card "key" is lost or damaged.
Registering your notebook with Acer's service center is extremely
important when replacing your lost Smart Card "key".
If you have already bypassed the Smart Card registration, please
reinstall the application as follows:
1
Insert your System CD and reinstall from it.
2
Follow the onscreen instructions.
To enable the Smart Card security feature, please refer to your Smart
Card user manual.
Running PlatinumSecure
After installation, the PlatinumSecure icon appears on the Windows
desktop. Double-click on it or click the right mouse button, then select
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Open from the pop-up menu (or launch it from the PlatinumSecret
program group). From the menu that appears, you can directly access
three operations: PlatinumSecure Options, Smart Card Manager, and
Change Password.
PlatinumSecure Options
Click on the PlatinumSecure Options button to open the Smart Card
Options window. It provides great flexibility to meet the various
privacy protection needs of many different users.
•
Disable Smart Card Authentication
When Disable PlatinumPAS is selected, the PlatinumPAS Preboot
Authentication System will be disabled.
When Disable PlatinumSecure is selected, the PlatinumSecure
Windows Logon Authentication with the Smart Card will be
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disabled, which means that the protection of your PC as well as
other options under System Lock Option and Password Option
will be disabled, too. The Smart Card password is required for this
selection.
•
System Lock Option
When Lock system when the Smart Card is not in use
(default) is selected, if the Smart Card is removed, the
PlatinumSecure screensaver comes up and access to the system is
locked. When Never lock the system after bootup is selected,
there is no protection for the PC after boot up, and Password
Option is disabled.
•
Password Option
When Always enter password when the Smart Card is in use
(default) is selected, the password is required whenever you need
to regain access to the system while the Smart Card is inserted.
When Auto authenticate when Smart Card is in use is
selected, no password is required. All you need to do is insert the
Smart Card.
Smart Card Manager
The Multiple user support is implemented and managed in Smart Card
Manager. Please note that five users can be registered on one PC. If
you registered as the Primary User, ONLY you can add/remove other
users. If you registered as a regular user, other registered users could
add/remove you. All registered users will be able to use the View Smart
Card users option.
Change Password
Click the Change Password button, fill in the three fields in the
Change Password dialog box, and then close the dialog box by clicking
the OK button to change the Smart Card password.
Encrypt/Decrypt
PlatinumSecure can also be used to encrypt/decrypt files except for
system files or files that are already encrypted with other applications.
Double-click on a file to automatically encrypt/decrypt it. However, if
the file is associated with an application, it will be opened with that
application instead of being encrypted. Note that the encryption is not
recursive. That is, when you encrypt a folder, only the files immediately
under that folder are encrypted, other files under subfolders are not.
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To find the Encrypt/Decrypt commands:
•
Right-click on the Start menu,
•
Right-click on a folder or icon on your Windows desktop, or
•
In Windows Explorer, right-click on a selected folder, file, or group
of files.
Running PlatinumKey
PlatinumKey provides one-click logon to all password-required
websites. With its unique Smart Card caching technology, you can
greatly extend the limited card memory size to unlimited use by
storing your private data in an encrypted file either on the Smart Card,
or on the 360 Degree Web secure website server.
Information in PlatinumKey, like the ones in My Info and Credit Cards,
can be transferred to other applications using the "drag-and-drop"
method: simply point the cursor to the field containing the
information, press and hold the left mouse button, then drag the
cursor to the application and drop the information there.
PlatinumKey also makes it convenient to change your password. There
is always a PWD button available, which is equivalent to the Change
Password button in PlatinumSecure.
Follow these steps to use PlatinumKey:
1
Open your browser to connect to the Internet.
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Double-click on the PlatinumKey icon on your Windows desktop.
3
Enter your Smart Card password and click OK.
4
If PlatinumKey is being used for the very first time, it will ask
"Would you like to link to 360 Degree Web secure website server
to backup the information on your Smart Card?" The default
answer is Yes, and it will enable you to store your information
(excluding the Credit Cards) on the 360 Degree Web secure
website server for backup purposes in case the card is lost/stolen. If
you choose No, you will only be able to save My Info, Credit Cards
and 5 Websites on your Smart Card.
5
Log in to a website where you are already registered.
6
PlatinumKey automatically stores your login data and asks for your
confirmation to automatically log you in the next time you access
the site. Click Yes and continue browsing.
7
To close PlatinumKey when you are finished browsing, right-click
on the PlatinumKey icon on your Windows taskbar and select
Close PlatinumKey.
PlatinumKey provides a list of all the logon pages that you have stored.
To go directly to any site on the list either double-click it or select it and
click the Go button. Also, you can click the View button to view the
selected website information including Web Name, User Name,
Password, and Web URL. Similarly, type the first letter(s) of a site on the
list, and the site will be searched and selected.
You can Edit and Delete the sites as well as other information, and
Save or Cancel the changes you made, by selecting the button
corresponding to each command.
Using passwords
Three password types protect your computer from unauthorized
access. Setting these passwords creates several different levels of
protection for your computer and data:
•
Setup Password prevents unauthorized entry into the BIOS Utility.
Once set, you must key-in this password to gain access to the BIOS
Utility. See “BIOS Utility” on page 56 and your online guide for
more details.
•
Power-On Password secures your computer against unauthorized
use. Combine the use of this password with password checkpoints
on boot-up and resume from hibernation for maximum security.
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Hard Disk Password protects your data by preventing
unauthorized access to your hard disk. Even if the hard disk is
removed from the computer and moved to another computer, it
cannot be accessed without the Hard Disk Password.
Important! Do not forget your Setup and Hard Disk Password! If
you forget your password, please get in touch with your dealer or
an authorized service center.
Entering passwords
When a password is set, a password prompt appears in the left-hand
corner of the display screen.
•
When the Setup Password is set, the following prompt appears
when you press F2 to enter the BIOS Utility at boot-up.
Type the Setup Password and press Enter to access the BIOS Utility.
•
When the Power-on Password is set, the following prompt appears
at boot-up.
Type the Power-on Password (a . symbol appears for each
character you type) and press Enter to use the computer. If you
enter the password incorrectly, an x symbol appears. Try again
and press Enter.
•
When the Hard Disk Password is set, the following prompt appears
at boot-up.
Type the Hard Disk Password (a . symbol appears for each
character you type) and press Enter to use the computer. If you
enter the password incorrectly, an x symbol appears. Try again
and press Enter.
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Important! You have three chances to enter a password. If you
successfully entered the password, you are presented with a
correct entry symbol.
If you fail to enter the password correctly after three tries, the
following message or symbol appears.
Slide and hold the power switch for four seconds to shut down the
computer. Then turn on the computer again, and try again. If you
fail to enter the Hard Disk Password, please contact your dealer or
an authorized service center.
Setting passwords
You can set passwords using:
•
Notebook Manager
•
BIOS Utility
See your online guide for more details.
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2 Customizing your
computer
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After learning the basics of your TravelMate
computer, let’s get acquainted with the
advanced features of your computer. In this
chapter, you will learn how to add options,
upgrade components for better
performance, and customize your computer.
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Expanding through options
Your TravelMate offers you a complete mobile computing experience.
Connectivity options
Ports allow you to connect peripheral devices to your computer as you
would with a desktop PC. For instructions on how to connect different
external devices to the computer, see your online guide for more
details.
Fax/data modem
Some models have a built-in V.90 56Kbps software modem.
Warning! This modem port is not compatible with digital
phone lines. Plugging this modem into a digital phone line
will damage the modem.
To use the fax/data modem port, connect a phone cable from the
modem port to a telephone jack.
Start your communications software program. See your
communications manual for instructions.
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Built-in network feature
The built-in network feature allows you to connect your computer to
an Ethernet-based (10/100 Mbps) network.
To use the network feature, connect an Ethernet cable from the
network jack on the rear of the computer to a network jack or hub on
your network.
Fast infrared
The computer’s fast infrared (FIR) port allows you to do wireless data
transfer with other IR-aware computers and peripherals such as
infrared printers. The infrared port can transfer data at speeds of up
to four megabits per second (Mbps) at a distance of up to one meter.
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To use FIR, position two IR-aware devices such that their IR ports are no
more than one meter apart and offset no more than 15 degrees.
When the two computers are in position, simply begin the data
transfer as you normally would. See your file transfer software for
details.
Universal Serial Bus
The Universal Serial Bus (USB) port is a high-speed serial bus which
allows you to connect and daisy-chain USB peripherals without taking
up precious system resources. Your computer has two ports available.
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Connecting your optical drive
Connect the AC adapter and the USB cable to the rear of the optical
drive (a). Plug the other end of the USB cable to the computer (b).
Connect the AC adapter to the power outlet (c).
IEEE 1394
The computer’s fast IEEE 1394 port allows you to connect IEEE 1394
supported devices like a digital video camera.
See your video or digital camera’s documentation for details.
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PC Card slots
There is a type II CardBus PC Card slot found on the right side of the
computer. This slot accepts credit-card-sized cards that enhance the
usability and expandability of the computer. These cards should have a
PC Card logo on them.
PC Cards (formerly PCMCIA) are add-on cards for portable computers,
giving you expansion possibilities long afforded by desktop PCs.
Popular type II cards include flash memory, SRAM, fax/data modem,
LAN and SCSI cards. CardBus improves on the 16-bit PC card
technology by expanding the bandwidth to 32 bits.
Note: Refer to your card’s manual for details on how to install
and use the card and its functions.
Inserting a PC Card
Insert the card into the slot and make the proper connections (e.g.,
network cable), if necessary. See your card manual for details.
Ejecting a PC Card
Before ejecting a PC Card:
1
Exit the application using the card.
2
Left-click on the PC Card icon on the taskbar and stop the card
operation.
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Press the slot eject button (a) to pop out the eject button; then
press it again (a) to eject the card (b).
Upgrade options
Your computer delivers superior power and performance. However,
some users and the applications they use may demand more. This
computer allows you to upgrade key components when you need
increased performance.
Note: Contact your authorized dealer if you decide to perform a
key component upgrade.
Memory upgrade
Memory is expandable to 256 MB, employing 64/128-MB and supports
133 MHz industry standard soDIMMs (Small Outline Dual Inline
Memory Modules). The computer supports SDRAM (Synchronous
Dynamic Random Access Memory).
There are two memory slots on your computer, one of which is
occupied by standard memory. You can upgrade memory by installing
a memory module into the available slot, or replacing the standard
memory with a higher-capacity memory module.
Installing memory
Follow these steps to install memory:
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1
Turn off the computer, unplug the AC adapter (if connected) and
remove the battery pack. Then turn the computer over to access
its base.
2
Remove the screw (a) from the memory cover; then lift up and
remove the memory cover (b).
3
Insert the memory module diagonally into the slot (a), then gently
press it down (b) until it clicks into place.
4
Replace the memory cover and secure it with the screw.
The computer automatically detects and reconfigures the total
memory size.
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Notebook Manager
The computer has a built-in system setup program called Notebook
Manager. The Windows-based Notebook Manager allows you to set
passwords, the startup sequence of the drives, and power
management settings. It also shows current hardware configurations.
To start the Notebook Manager, press Fn-F2 or follow these steps:
1
Click on Start, Programs, then Notebook Manager.
2
Select the Notebook Manager application to run the program.
See your online guide for more information.
Launch Manager
Launch Manager allows you to set the four launch keys located above
the keyboard. See “Launch Keys” on page 23 for the location of the
launch key.
You can access the Launch Manager by clicking on Start, Programs,
and then Launch Manager to start the application.
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Launch Manager and 802.11b Wireless LAN
By default, the 802.11b wireless LAN is set to “Always On”. You can
manually switch off the 802.11b wireless LAN by pressing the
button. Manually turning off 802.11b wireless LAN does not change
this default setting which is re-enabled when you restart your
computer. You have to use the Launch Manager to set it to “Always
Off”, so that when you turn on your computer, 802.11b wireless LAN
will be off.
Only the administrator can change the setting in the Launch Manager.
For all other users, press the
dialog box to display.
Read this note and click on OK.
button, then wait for the following
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Read the instructions on how to turn off 802.11b wireless LAN and click
on OK.
BIOS Utility
The BIOS Utility is a hardware configuration program built into your
computer’s BIOS (basic input/output system).
Your computer is already properly configured and optimized, and you
do not need to run this utility. However, if you encounter
configuration problems, you may need to run it.
To activate the BIOS Utility, press F2 during the POST (power-on selftest) while the TravelMate logo is being displayed. See your online
guide for more information.
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computer
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This chapter instructs you on how to deal
with common system problems. Read it
before calling a technician if a problem
occurs. Solutions to more serious problems
require opening up the computer. Do not
attempt to open the computer by yourself.
Contact your dealer or an authorized
service center for assistance.
key link: www.acersupport.com
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Frequently-asked questions
The following is a list of possible situations that may arise during the
use of your computer. Easy answers and solutions are provided for
each one.
I pressed the power switch and opened the display, but the computer
does not start or boot-up.
Look at the Power indicator (refer to “Indicators” on page 16):
•
•
If it is not lit, no power is being applied to the computer. Check
the following:
•
If you are running on battery power, it may be low and unable
to power the computer. Connect the AC adapter to recharge
the battery pack.
•
Make sure that the AC adapter is plugged in properly to the
computer and to the power outlet.
If it is lit, check the following:
•
•
Is a non-bootable (non-system) diskette in the floppy drive?
Remove or replace it with a system diskette and press Ctrl-AltDel to restart the system.
The operating system files may be damaged or missing. Insert the
startup disk you created during Windows setup into the floppy
drive and press Ctrl-Alt-Del to restart the system. This will
diagnose your system and make necessary fixes.
Nothing appears on the screen.
The computer’s power management system automatically blanks the
screen to save power. Press any key to turn the display back on.
If pressing a key does not turn the display back on, three things might
be the cause:
•
The brightness level might be too low. Press Fn-→ (increase) and
Fn-← (decrease) to adjust the brightness level.
•
The display device might be set to an external monitor. Press the
display toggle hot key Fn-F5 to toggle the display back to the
computer.
•
If the Sleep indicator is lit, the computer is in Sleep mode. Press,
slide, and release the power switch to resume.
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Image is not full-screen.
Make sure that the resolution is set to 1024x768 which the system
supports natively. Right-click on your Windows desktop and select
Properties to bring up the Display Properties dialog box. Then click
on the Settings tab to make sure the resolution is set to the
appropriate resolution. Resolutions lower than the specified
resolution are not full-screen on the computer or on an external
monitor.
No audio is heard from the computer.
Check the following:
•
The volume may be muted. In Windows, look at the volume
control (speaker) icon on the taskbar. If it is crossed-out, click on
the icon and deselect the Mute option.
•
The speakers may be turned off. Press Fn-F8 to turn the speakers
on (this hot key also turns the speakers off).
•
The volume level may be too low. In Windows, look at the volume
control icon on the taskbar. You can also use the volume control
buttons to adjust the volume. See “Hot keys” on page 20.
•
If headphones, earphones or external speakers are connected to
the line-out port on the computer’s right panel, the internal
speakers automatically turn off.
The keyboard does not respond.
Try attaching an external keyboard to the USB connector on the
computer’s rear. If it works, contact your dealer or an authorized
service center as the internal keyboard cable may be loose.
The infrared port does not work.
Check the following:
•
Make sure that the infrared ports of the two devices are facing
each other (+/- 15 degrees) a maximum of 1 meter apart.
•
Make sure that there is a clear path between the two infrared
ports. Nothing should be blocking the ports.
•
Make sure that you have the appropriate software running on
both devices (for file transfers) or that you have the appropriate
drivers (for printing to an infrared printer).
•
During the POST, press F2 to access the BIOS Utility and verify that
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the infrared port is enabled.
•
Make sure that both devices are IrDA-compliant.
I want to set up my location to use the internal modem.
To properly use your communications software (e.g., HyperTerminal),
you need to set up your location:
1
Click on Start, Settings, Control Panel.
2
Double-click on Modems.
3
Click on Dialing Properties and begin setting up your location.
Refer to the Windows manual.
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3 Troubleshooting your computer
Troubleshooting tips
This notebook computer incorporates an advanced design that delivers
onscreen error message reports to help you solve problems.
•
If the system reports an error message or an error symptom occurs,
see “Error messages” on page 63.
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Error messages
If you receive an error message, note the message and take the
corrective action. The following table lists the error messages in
alphabetical order together with the recommended course of action.
Error Messages
Corrective Action
CMOS Battery Bad
Contact your dealer or an authorized service
center.
CMOS Checksum Error
Contact your dealer or an authorized service
center.
Disk Boot Failure
Insert a system (bootable) diskette into the floppy
drive (A:), then press Enter to reboot.
Diskette Drive
Controller Error or No
Controller Present
Contact your dealer or an authorized service
center.
Diskette Drive Error
Contact your dealer or an authorized service
center.
Diskette Drive Type
Mismatch
Press F2 (during POST) to enter the BIOS Utility;
then press Esc to exit and reconfigure the
computer.
Equipment
Configuration Error
Press F2 (during POST) to enter the BIOS Utility;
then press Esc to exit and reconfigure the
computer.
Hard Disk 0 Error
Contact your dealer or an authorized service
center.
Hard Disk 0 Extended
Type Error
Contact your dealer or an authorized service
center.
I/O Parity Error
Contact your dealer or an authorized service
center.
Insert system diskette
and press <Enter> key
to reboot
Insert a system (bootable) diskette into the floppy
drive (A:), then press Enter to reboot.
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3 Troubleshooting your computer
Error Messages
Corrective Action
Keyboard Error or No
Keyboard Connected
Contact your dealer or an authorized service
center.
Keyboard Interface
Error
Contact your dealer or an authorized service
center.
Memory Size Mismatch
Press F2 (during POST) to enter the BIOS Utility;
then press Esc to exit and reconfigure the
computer.
Missing operating
system
Press F2 (during POST) to enter the BIOS Utility;
then press Esc to exit and reconfigure the
computer.
Non-system disk or disk
error. Replace and
strike any key when
ready.
Insert a system (bootable) diskette into the floppy
drive (A:), then press Enter to reboot.
Pointing Device Error
Contact your dealer or an authorized service
center.
Pointing Device
Interface Error
Contact your dealer or an authorized service
center.
Protected Mode Test
Fail
Contact your dealer or an authorized service
center.
RAM BIOS Bad
Contact your dealer or an authorized service
center.
RAM Parity Error
Contact your dealer or an authorized service
center.
Real-Time Clock Error
Press F2 (during POST) to enter the BIOS Utility;
then press Esc to exit and reconfigure the
computer.
Video RAM BIOS Bad
Contact your dealer or an authorized service
center.
If you still encounter problems after going through the corrective
measures, please contact your dealer or an authorized service center
for assistance. Some problems may be solved using the BIOS Utility.
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Requesting service
International Traveler’s Warranty (ITW)
Your computer is backed by an International Traveler’s Warranty (ITW)
that gives you security and peace of mind when traveling. Our
worldwide network of service centers are there to give you a helping
hand.
An ITW passport comes with your computer. This passport contains all
you need to know about the ITW program. A list of available,
authorized service centers are in this handy booklet. Read this
passport thoroughly.
Always have your ITW passport on hand, especially when you travel to
receive the benefits from our support centers. Place your proof-ofpurchase in the flap located inside the front cover of the ITW passport.
If the country you are traveling in does not have an Acer-authorized
ITW service site, you can still get in contact with our offices worldwide.
There are three ways to access Acer for technical support and
information:
•
Internet service worldwide, visit http://www.acersupport.com/
•
Telephone support in the United States and Canada, call 1-800816-2237
•
Technical support numbers in various countries
You can view a list of technical support numbers by following these
steps:
1
Click on Start, Settings, Control Panel.
2
Double-click on System.
3
Click on the Support Information button.
Before you call
Please have the following information available when you call Acer for
online service, and please be at your computer when you call. With
your support, we can reduce the amount of time a call takes and help
solve your problems efficiently.
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3 Troubleshooting your computer
If there are error messages or beeps reported by your computer, write
them down as they appear on the screen (or the number and sequence
in the case of beeps).
If you haven’t registered your notebook computer, you will be required
to register during your first call to Acer.
You are required to provide the following information:
Name:________________________________________
Address:______________________________________
______________________________________________
Telephone number:____________________________
Machine and model type:_______________________
Serial number:_________________________________
Date of purchase:______________________________
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Appendix A
Specifications
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This appendix lists the general
specifications of your computer.
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Microprocessor
•
Mobile Intel® Pentium® III Processor-M with 512 KB level 2 cache
featuring the new Enhanced Intel® SpeedStep™ technology
Memory
•
Main memory expandable to 256 MB support 64-bit memory bus
•
Dual 144-pin soDIMM socket supporting PC-133 SDRAM
(Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory)
•
512 KB Flash ROM BIOS
Data storage
•
One external USB CD-ROM drive
•
One high-capacity, Enhanced-IDE hard disk
Display and video
•
10.4"Thin-Film Transistor (TFT) touchscreen liquid-crystal display
(LCD) displaying 24-bit true-color at 1024x768 eXtended Graphics
Array (XGA) resolution
•
8 MB Video DRAM
•
3D capabilities
•
Simultaneous LCD and CRT display support
•
Dual display capability
•
Tablet mode for LCD panel (Rotatable display)
Audio
•
16-bit AC’ 97 PCI stereo audio with built-in wavetable synthesizer
•
Built-in speaker and microphone
•
Sound Blaster Pro and Windows Sound System-compatible
•
Separate audio ports for headphone-out and line-in devices
Keyboard and pointing device
•
Acer Finetouch keyboard
•
Ergonomically-centered touchpad pointing device with scroll
function
•
Electromagnetic stylus for pen-based input
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Appendix A Specifications
I/O ports
•
Built-in:
•
One type II/I CardBus PC slot
•
One Smart Card interface socket
•
One RJ-11 phone jack
•
One line-in jack
•
One RJ-45 LAN jack
•
One DC-in jack (AC adapter)
•
One external monitor port
•
One speaker/headphone-out jack
•
One FIR wireless communications port (IrDA-compliant)
•
Two USB ports
•
One IEEE 1394 port
Weight and dimensions
•
3.2 lbs (1.40 kg)
•
251 (W) x 208 (D) x 25.4/29.4 (H)mm
Environment
•
•
Temperature
•
Operating: 10°C ~ 35°C
•
Non-operating: -20°C ~ 60°C
Humidity (non-condensing)
•
Operating: 20% ~ 80% RH
•
Non-operating: 20% ~ 80% RH
System
•
Microsoft Windows XP
•
ACPI support
•
DMI 2.0-compliant
•
LDCM 6.0 support
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Power
•
•
Battery pack
•
24 WattHour Li-Ion main battery pack
•
Smart battery management technology
•
1.5-hour rapid charge/2.5-hour charge-in-use
AC adapter
•
60-Watt
•
Auto sensing 100~240Vac, 50~60Hz
Options
•
64-/128-MB memory upgrade module
•
Higher-capacity hard disk drive
•
InviLink access point
•
IEEE 1394 DVD module
•
Additional AC adapter
•
Additional Li-Ion battery pack
•
USB floppy disk drive
•
Infrared (IR) remote control
•
External battery charger
•
802.11b wireless LAN (2.4 GHz ISM band with antenna)
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Appendix A Specifications
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Appendix B
Notices
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This appendix lists the general
notices of your computer.
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FCC notice
This device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This device generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this device does cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the device off and on, the user
is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
•
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
•
Increase the separation between the device and receiver
•
Connect the device into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which
the receiver is connected
•
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for help
Notice: Shielded cables
All connections to other computing devices must be made using shielded cables
to maintain compliance with FCC regulations.
Notice: Peripheral devices
Only peripherals (input/output devices, terminals, printers, etc.) certified to
comply with the Class B limits may be attached to this equipment. Operation
with non-certified peripherals is likely to result in interference to radio and TV
reception.
Caution
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could
void the user’s authority, which is granted by the Federal Communications
Commission, to operate this computer.
Use conditions
This part complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference,
and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
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Appendix B Notices
Notice: Canadian users
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian
Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
Remarque à l’intention des utilisateurs canadiens
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respected toutes les exigences du
Règlement sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada.
Modem notices
FCC
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules. Located on the bottom
side of the modem is a label that contains, among other information, the FCC
Registration Number and Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) for this equipment.
Upon request, you must provide this information to your telephone company.
If your telephone equipment causes harm to the telephone network, the
telephone company may discontinue your service temporarily. If possible, they
will notify you in advance. But, if advance notice is not practical, you will be
notified as soon as possible. You will also be informed of your right to file a
complaint with the FCC.
Your telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment,
operations, or procedures that could affect the proper functioning of your
equipment. If they do, you will be notified in advance to give you an
opportunity to maintain uninterrupted telephone service.
If this equipment should fail to operate properly, disconnect the equipment
from the phone line to determine if it is causing the problem. If the problem is
with the equipment, discontinue use and contact your dealer or vendor.
CTR 21
This equipment has been approved [Council Decision 98/482/EC - “CTR 21”] for
pan-European single terminal connection to the Public Switched Telephone
Network (PSTN). However, due to differences between the individual PSTNs
provided in different countries, the approval does not, of itself, give an
unconditional assurance of successful operation on every PSTN termination
point. In the event of problems, you should contact your equipment supplier in
the first instance.
Important safety instructions
Read these instructions carefully. Save these instructions for future reference.
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1
Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product.
2
Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use
liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
3
Do not use this product near water.
4
Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, or table. The product
may fall, causing serious damage to the product.
5
Slots and openings in the cabinet and the back or bottom are provided for
ventilation; to ensure reliable operation of the product and to protect it
from overheating, these openings must not be blocked or covered. The
openings should never be blocked by placing the product on a bed, sofa,
rug, or other similar surface. This product should never be placed near or
over a radiator or heat register, or in a built-in installation unless proper
ventilation is provided.
6
This product should be operated from the type of power indicated on the
marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power available, consult
your dealer or local power company.
7
Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate this
product where persons will walk on the cord.
8
If an extension cord is used with this product, make sure that the total
ampere rating of the equipment plugged into the extension cord does not
exceed the extension cord ampere rating. Also, make sure that the total
rating of all products plugged into the wall outlet does not exceed the fuse
rating.
9
Never push objects of any kind into this product through cabinet slots as
they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could
result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the
product.
10 Do not attempt to service this product yourself, as opening or removing
covers may expose you to dangerous voltage points or other risks. Refer all
servicing to qualified service personnel.
11 Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified
service personnel under the following conditions:
a
When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed
b
If liquid has been spilled into the product
c
If the product has been exposed to rain or water
d
If the product does not operate normally when the operating
instructions are followed. Adjust only those controls that are covered
by the operating instructions since improper adjustment of other
controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work
by a qualified technician to restore the product to normal condition.
e
If the product has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged
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Appendix B Notices
f
If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance, indicating a
need for service.
12 Replace the battery with the same type as the product's battery we
recommend. Use of another battery may present a risk of fire or explosion.
13 Warning! Batteries may explode if not handled properly. Do not
disassemble or dispose of them in fire. Keep them away from children and
dispose of used batteries promptly.
14 Use only the proper type of power supply cord set (provided in your
accessories box) for this unit. It should be a detachable type: UL listed/CSA
certified, type SPT-2, rated 7A 125V minimum, VDE approved or its
equivalent. Maximum length is 15 feet (4.6 meters).
Laser compliance statement
The CD or DVD drive used with this computer is a laser product. The CD or DVD
drive’s classification label (shown below) is located on the drive.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
CAUTION: INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN. AVOID EXPOSURE TO
BEAM.
APPAREIL A LASER DE CLASSE 1 PRODUIT
LASERATTENTION: RADIATION DU FAISCEAU LASER INVISIBLE EN CAS
D’OUVERTURE. EVITTER TOUTE EXPOSITION AUX RAYONS.
LUOKAN 1 LASERLAITE LASER KLASSE 1
VORSICHT: UNSICHTBARE LASERSTRAHLUNG, WENN ABDECKUNG GEÖFFNET
NICHT DEM STRAHLL AUSSETZEN
PRODUCTO LÁSER DE LA CLASE I
ADVERTENCIA: RADIACIÓN LÁSER INVISIBLE AL SER ABIERTO. EVITE
EXPONERSE A LOS RAYOS.
ADVARSEL: LASERSTRÅLING VEDÅBNING SE IKKE IND I STRÅLEN.
VARO! LAVATTAESSA OLET ALTTINA LASERSÅTEILYLLE.
VARNING: LASERSTRÅLNING NÅR DENNA DEL ÅR ÖPPNAD ÅLÅ TUIJOTA
SÅTEESEENSTIRRA EJ IN I STRÅLEN
VARNING: LASERSTRÅLNING NAR DENNA DEL ÅR ÖPPNADSTIRRA EJ IN I
STRÅLEN
ADVARSEL: LASERSTRÅLING NAR DEKSEL ÅPNESSTIRR IKKE INN I STRÅLEN
Lithium battery statement
CAUTION
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the
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same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of used
batteries according to local regulations. Recycle if at all possible.
ADVARSEL!
Lithiumbatteri - Eksplosionsfare ved fejlagtig håndtering. Udskiftning må kun
ske med batteri af samme fabrikat og type. Léver det brugte batteri tilbage til
leverandøren.
ADVARSEL
Eksplosjonsfare ved feilaktig skifte av batteri. Benytt samme batteritype eller
en tilsvarende type anbefalt av apparatfabrikanten. Brukte batterier kasseres i
henhold til fabrikantens instruksjoner.
VARNING
Explosionsfara vid felaktigt batteribyte. Anvãnd samma batterityp eller en
ekvivalent typ som rekommenderas av apparattillverkaren. Kassera anvãnt
batteri enligt fabrikantens instruktion.
VAROITUS
Päristo voi räjähtää, jos se on virheellisesti asennettu. Vaihda paristo
ainoastaan laitevalmistajan suosittelemaan tyyppiin. Hävitä käytetty paristo
valmistajan ohjeiden mukaisesti.
VORSICHT!
Explosionsgefahr bei unsachgemäßen Austausch der Batterie Ersatz nur durch
denselben oder einem vom Hersteller empfohlenem ähnlichen Typ. Entsorgung
gebrauchter Batterien nach Angaben des Herstellers.
Year 2000 compliance statement
The TravelMate 100 series notebook computer carries the "Hardware
NSTL Tested Year 2000 Compliant" logo, which certifies that this model
has been tested by NSTL using the YMark2000 test, and has been
found to meet NSTL's standards for Year 2000 hardware compliance.
For more details, check the Acer Year 2000 Resource Center Web site (http://
global.acer.com/service/pcy2000.html)
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Appendix B Notices
Macrovision copyright protection notice
This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is
protected by method claims of certain U.S. patents and other
intellectual property rights owned by Macrovision Corporation and
other rights owners. Use of this copyright protection technology must
be authorized by Macrovision Corporation, and is intended for home
and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized by
Macrovision Corporation. Reverse engineering or disassembly is
prohibited.
Apparatus Claims of U.S. Patent Nos. 4,631,603, 4,577,216, 4,819,098,
and 4,907,093 licensed for limited viewing uses only.
A-Tick notice
For safety reasons, only connect headsets with a telecommunications
compliance label. This includes customer equipment previously
labelled permitted or certified.
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Index
connections
network 48
contrast
hotkeys 22
A
D
AC adapter
caring for vii
audio 29
adjusting the volume
troubleshooting 60
29
B
battery pack
caring for vii
charging indicator
BIOS utility 56
brightness
hotkeys 22
display
hotkeys 21
troubleshooting
DVD 27
DVD movies
playing 27
59,
60
E
16
C
caps lock 18
on indicator 16
care
AC adapter vii
battery pack vii
computer vii
cleaning
computer viii
computer
bringing to meetings 32
caring for vii
cleaning viii
disconnecting 31
features 3, 14
indicators 16
keyboards 18
moving around 31
on indicator 16
performance 14
security 36
setting up a home office 33
taking home 32
traveling internationally 34
traveling on local trips 34
troubleshooting 58
turning off vi
Wireless Communication indicator 16
email checking function
error messages 63
Euro 22
24
F
FAQ 59
front view
3
H
hard disk 27
help
online manual
online services
Hibernation mode
hotkey 21
hotkeys 20
iv
65
I
indicator lights 16
infrared 48
troubleshooting
ITW. See warranty
60
K
keyboard 18
embedded numeric keypad
hotkeys 20
lock keys 18
troubleshooting 60
Windows keys 20
L
LEDs
16
M
media access
19
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on indicator 16
memory
installing 52– 53
upgrading 52
messages
error 63
modem 47
N
network 48
Notebook Manager 54
hotkey 21
notice
DVD copyright protection 80
year 2000 compliance 79
num lock 18
on indicator 16
numeric keypad
embedded 19
num lock 19
O
online services 65
options
memory upgrade
52
P
password 42
types 42
PC Card 51
ejecting 51
inserting 51
ports 47
POST (power-on self-test) 56
problems
display 59, 60
infrared 60
keyboard 60
startup 59
troubleshooting 58
FCC notice 75
general instructions 76
lithium battery 78
modem notices 76
scroll lock 18
security
keylock 36
passwords 42
smart card 36
service
when to call viii
SmartCard 36
PlatinumKey 37
PlatinumPAS 36
PlatinumSecure 36
PlatinumSecure options 39
speakers
hotkey 22
troubleshooting 60
specifications 68
Standby mode
hotkey 21
status indicator 16
status indicators 16
storage 27
hard disk 27
support
information 65
T
touchpad 25
hotkey 22
using 25– 26
travel
international flights
local trips 34
troubleshooting 58
tips 62
U
Q
universal serial bus (USB)
questions
setting location for modem use
61
V
S
safety
CD-ROM
78
34
view
front 5
left 5
rear 7
right 6
volume
49
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adjusting
W
warranty
29
International Traveler’s Warranty 65
Windows keys 20
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