CF-27 Series

®
Personal Computer
Supplementary Instructions for Windows® NT® 4.0
CF-27 Series
This manual contains supplementary instructions regarding the use of the computer. It explains the cases
where the operation of the computer differs from that in the Operating Instructions and Reference Manual.
Contents
NT
First-time Operation .......................................... 2
Starting Up/Shutting Down ............................... 4
Dealing With Problems ...................................... 6
Reinstalling Software ..................................... 11
Specifications ................................................. 14
The following functions are not supported with Windows NT. Please ignore the description
in the "Operating Instructions" about the following functions.
Using USB Devices
Infrared Data Communications
Microsoft® IntelliMouse™ Wheel Mode
NOTE
An application software is needed to use the infrared data communications. The infrared
data communications can not be used at 4 Mbps data transfer speed.
Illustrations in this Manual
NOTE:
CAUTION:
NOTE provides a useful fact or helpful information.
CAUTION indicates a condition that may result in minor or moderate injury.
WARNING:
[Start]-[Shut Down]:
WARNING indicates a hazard that may result in moderate or serious injury.
This illustration means to click [Start], then to click [Shut Down].
Enter :
(For some applications, you may need to double-click.)
This illustration means to press the [Enter] key.
Fn + F5 :
This illustration means to press and hold the [Fn] key, then press the [F5] key.
First-time Operation
Please read the steps below to help you learn what accessories are included, and to gain an understanding of some
basic computer-related operations.
1
Confirm the inclusion of all accessories (except below
Operating Instructions page 8 )
Windows 95 System Pack .... 1
Windows® 95 Book
Registration Card
Product Recovery CD-ROM
Windows NT Workstation System
Pack ....................................... 1
Windows NT Service
Pack 4 ............. 1
FIRSTAID CD...1
Windows NT® Book
Floppy Disk
CD-ROM
2 Connect the battery pack ( Operating Instructions page 7)
3 Connect your computer to a power outlet ( Operating Instructions page 7)
4 Read the LIMITED USE LICENSE AGREEMENT ( Operating Instructions page 27)
5 Turn your computer on ( Operating Instructions page 8)
NT
6 Setup Windows
The Software License Agreement will be displayed. After reading the agreement, select [I
®
1
Agree] or [I Disagree].
NOTE
Moving the cursor ( ) or clicking buttons can be performed with the touch pad.
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3
4
5
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Select [Next].
Input your name and organization, then select [Next].
(It is possible to omit the organization item.)
Input the Product Number written on the “Certificate of Authenticity” located in the Windows NT Book that comes with this computer then select [Next].
To move the cursor to a particular item, press Tab or click the desired box.
Input your computer name and select [Next].
Input an Administrator password and select [Next].
CAUTION
Remember this password! If the password is forgotten, Windows NT cannot be operated.
Select [Next].
When not establishing settings for a network:
Select [Do not connect this computer to a network at this time], then select [Next].
(Settings can be made for a network even after Windows starts up. In this case, be sure to
read [When Adding New Software or Hardware Components] in the Reference Manual [Technical Information].)
When establishing settings for a network:
The settings will vary for different network environments depending on the network system
being used. For more details, ask your system administrator or the person in charge of the
network. Follow the on-screen instructions.
(It takes several minutes for the necessary files to be copied. If the computer enters the ECO
mode, the power to the LCD is automatically turned off. In this case, press a key unrelated to the
direct triggering of a selection, like Ctrl .
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Select [Restart Computer]. Select "Windows NT Workstation Version 4.00" and press Enter .
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Following the display, press Ctrl + Alt + Del . Input the password set in step 6 and
select [OK], then select [Close] at the [Welcome] display.
As the computer starts up, it will be necessary to input the password set in step 6 .
Follow the on-screen instructions and install DS-XG Driver for WinNT.
(At the [YAMAHA DS XG Audio Driver], select [OK]. When the installation completes, select [Yes, I want to restart my computer now], select [Finish].)
Follow the on-screen instructions and install Phoenix APM 2.0 for Windows NT.
When the installation completes, select [Don't Restart Now].
Follow the display and install Phoenix Card Executive™ for Windows NT.
When the installation completes, select [Restart Now].
The [Begin Logon] display will appear. Perform the operation in step 9 .
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Select [Next] at the [Card Executive 2.0 for NT Diagnostics].
Select [Next], then select [Finish].
Windows will restart.
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The [Begin Logon] display will appear. Perform the operation in step
17
Double-click the [Internet Explorer] icon to install Internet Explorer.
Follow the on-screen instructions.
At the [Installation Option], by clicking , select [Full Installation], then select [Next].
At the [Confirm File Replace], press [No].
Windows will restart.
The [Begin Logon] display will appear. Perform the operation in step 9 .
Set the correct settings for all items in [Control Panel]-[Regional Settings] and [Date/
Time] etc.
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9
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backup disks
7 Create
Prepare 2HD floppy disks and make sure they are not in the write-protected state. Then, select
[Start] - [Programs] - [Panasonic] - [Create Tool disk]. Follow the on-screen instructions.
After this, place a label on each disk for identification purposes.
Names of created backup disks
Tool Disk, Backup Disk*
* There are instances where it is not necessary to create backup disks.
CAUTION
Please store the floppy disks in a safe place. They will enable you to return your computer to factory default settings should any problems occur.
Do not remove the floppy disk while the FDD indicator ( ) is on, power down your
computer or use the suspend function (
"Suspend / Hibernation Functions").
When creating floppy disks, do not run any other application program.
When creating floppy disks and the message [Insufficient files to copy] is displayed,
press [OK] then contact Panasonic Technical Support.
The Tool Disk cannot be accessed through [My Computer] or by typing the "DIR" command at the Command Prompt, because it uses a special file format.
8 Install Acrobat Reader 3.01 ( Operating Instructions page 9)
the Hard Disk
9 ThePartition
hard disk includes an NT file system (NTFS) partition of 4GB. The remaining free hard
®
disk space can be used when necessary by creating more partitions (in [Start]-[Programs][Administrative Tools (Common)]-[Disk Administrator]).
NOTE
In Windows NT4.0 Service Pack 4 CD-ROM, "Microsoft Data Access Components 2.0
Service Pack 1" etc. are included. Please read NTSP4.HTM and Y2K.TXT in Windows
NT4.0 Service Pack 4 CD-ROM, and install if necessary. To see the contents of Windows
NT4.0 Service Pack 4 CD-ROM, the CD-ROM drive is needed.
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Starting Up/Shutting Down
Starting Up
1 Open the display ( Operating Instructions page11)
2 Turn your computer on ( Operating Instructions page 11)
your operating system
3 Select
Select "Windows NT Workstation Version 4.00" and press Enter .
Logon
4 Wait
for 10 seconds after confirming that the HDD access has been completed, then press Ctrl
+ Alt
+ Del .
your password
5 Input
Input the user name and password, then press [OK]. If [Cancel] is clicked, the computer will return to
the initial [Begin Logon] display. Until the correct user name and password are entered, the computer
will not operate.
your application
6 Select
You are able to start working on your computer.
NOTE
The power saving function is factory set to remove power from the LCD if the computer is not
operated or no access is made to a device for two minutes. The LCD will resume normal operation if
the touch pad is moved or if a key on the keyboard is depressed.
Using the Touch Pad
The touch pad driver is not installed.
(Use the touch pad to move the cursor (
below) on the display and perform normal computer operations.)
Basic Operation
Function
Touch Pad Operation
Moving the Cursor
Move the tip of your finger
lightly over the surface.
Tapping/Clicking
or
tapping
Double-Tapping/
Double-Clicking
clicking
or
double-tapping
double-clicking
Dragging
4
or
Two quick taps, but on While holding down the
the second tap leaving button, moving your finyour finger down (apply- ger on the work surface.
ing pressure) and moving
it on the work surface.
Shutting Down (power off your computer)
This procedure is shutting down without using the suspend or hibernation function.
1 Display the shut down screen (
shut down
2 Confirm
Select [Shut down].
Operating Instructions page 18)
Your computer will power off automatically.
(In the OFF state, if you are not recharging your battery pack or if the pack is fully charged, your computer consumes approximately 1.5 W.)
NOTE
For the computer to automatically shut down after [Shutdown] is selected, Phoenix APM 2.0 for
Windows NT® has to be installed. When and
are displayed on the taskbar, this indicates that
the program is installed.
Restarting your computer (without shutting down) (
Operating Instructions page 18)
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Dealing With Problems
When a problem occurs, please refer to this page. If you still cannot troubleshoot the problem, please contact Panasonic Technical
Support.
Starting Up
The power indicator or battery indicator is not lit
is displayed
[POST Startup Error(s)] is
displayed
Windows startup, or an operation is extremely slow
The date and time are
incorrect
NT does not rise
Check the cable connection for the AC adapter.
Check to see if a fully charged battery is properly installed.
Remove the battery pack and disconnect the AC adapter, then connect them again.
Please input your password. If you have forgotten it, contact Panasonic Technical Support.
Operating Instructions "List of Error Codes"
Press F9 in the Setup Utility (
"Setup Utility"). This will restore the Setup
Utility's settings to their default values (except the password settings). Then, the Setup Utility
must be run once again for you to input the appropriate operating environment settings. (The
processing speed depends on the application software used, so this operation may not cause the
processing speed to increase.)
You can set the date and time through [Date/Time] in [Start] - [Settings] - [Control Panel].
If you continue to experience problems, the internal battery maintaining the clock may
need to be replaced. Please contact Panasonic Technical Support.
When [APM 2.0 for NT] is not displayed in [Control Panel], this indicates that Phoenix
APM 2.0 for Windows NT® is not installed. When the suspend or hibernation function is
used under this condition, the date and time may be incorrectly displayed. Correct the date
and time, and then install Phoenix APM 2.0 for Windows NT®. You can set the date and
time through [Date/Time] in [Start] - [Settings] - [Control Panel].
If [Cancel] at the [Path not found] is clicked during the LAN card driver installation, the next
time the system is activated it will hang up without NT being activated.
In such cases, follow the steps listed below.
1 Power off, then power on again.
2 If [Press spacebar NOW to ...] is displayed, press the space key.
3 If [Hardware Profile/Configuration Recover Menu] is displayed, press L
Enter .
4 At the [PCMCIA Card Not Configured], select [OK].
5 At the [Path not found], set the floppy disk included with the LAN card, then select [OK].
Follow the on-screen instructions.
Others
Press F9 in the Setup Utility (
"Setup Utility"). This will restore the Setup
Utility's settings to their default values (except the password settings).
Try removing all peripheral devices.
SCANDISK and Safe mode are not supported.
Battery Indicator
The red indicator lights.
Repeated beeping sound
while the computer is in use.
The red indicator blinks
After the AC adapter is connected, the orange indicator
blinks five times
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The battery level is low. Save your data and power off your computer.
After connecting the AC adapter or replacing with a fully charged battery pack, turn your
computer on.
The battery pack or recharging function may be defective. Quickly remove the battery
pack and disconnect the AC adapter, then connect them again.
If the problem persists, contact Panasonic Technical Support.
Unable to charge because of an improper temperature range. (
"Precautions")
Operating Instructions
Display
No display after powering
on
At the time of purchase, the display setting is preset for an external display. If you connect an
external display, the screen is displayed on the external display.
When there is no display to an external display,
• Check your cable connection to the external display.
• Confirm your display is powered on.
• Check the settings for your external display.
Try changing the display by pressing Fn + F3 .
When displaying only through an external display, if the computer is shut down by using
the suspend or hibernation function, there will be no display on the LCD unless the external display is connected when operations are resumed. In this case, connect the external
display.
The power has not been
turned off, but after a certain period of time, there is
no display
Has the computer been set to the power-saving mode?
To resume operation of your computer from ECO mode, press any key.
To save power, your computer may have automatically entered the suspend or hibernation
mode.
The resolution of the display
cannot be changed
Set [None] for [Wallpaper] in [Start] - [Settings] - [Control Panel] - [Display] - [Background],
then press [OK]. Try changing the resolution. After the change, be sure to restart the computer.
An afterimage appears (i.e.,
green, red, and blue dots
remain on the display) or
there are dots not displaying the correct colors.
If an image is displayed for a prolonged period of time, an afterimage may appear. This is
not a malfunction. The afterimage will disappear when a different screen is displayed.
High-precision and advanced technologies are necessary in the production of color liquid
crystal displays (color LCDs). Therefore, if 0.002% or less of the picture elements either
fail to light or remain constantly lit (that is, more than 99.998% of elements are functioning properly), no defect is considered to exist.
During simultaneous display, the screen of the external display becomes disordered
Try changing the display by pressing Fn + F3 .
Character Input
Unable to input anything
but numerals
If NumLk and Key Pad are on, the Numeric Key Pad is ON. To switch it OFF,
press Fn + Key Pad .
Only capital letters are
being input
If CapsLock is on, the Caps Lock function is ON. To switch it OFF, press
Caps Lock .
How to input European
characters (ß, à, ç),
symbols or Euro Currency
Symbol is unclear
Select [Start] - [Programs] - [Accessories] - [Character Map]. The Character Map will be
displayed. Point to the desired font name and select it.
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Dealing With Problems
Disk Operations
Cannot read/write to a
floppy disk
Unable to write to a floppy
disk
Is the floppy disk write-protected?
How to format a floppy
disk is unclear
Select [Format] in [My Computer] - [3 1/2 Floppy (A:)] - [File]. After confirming the disk
volume and format type, start formatting.
Unable to read/write to the
hard disk
Others
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Has the floppy disk been correctly inserted?
Has the floppy disk been correctly formatted?
Has the Setup Utility been used to set [Floppy Operation] to [Enable]?
"Setup Utility")
(
Your floppy disk content may be corrupted.
Your drive or file may not have been properly set.
Check to see if the hard disk is full. If it is full, delete unnecessary files.
Your hard disk content may be corrupted. Contact Panasonic Technical Support.
Try testing another drive or media.
Setup Utility
[Enter Password] is displayed
Enter the User Password or Supervisor Password. If you have forgotten it, contact
Panasonic Technical Support.
[Advanced] menu can not be
registered
Restart the Setup Utility with the Supervisor Password.
All or some items in [Security] menu can not be registered
Restart the Setup Utility with the Supervisor Password.
Restart the Setup Utility with the Supervisor Password.
F9 does not work
Application Software
Computer hangs
Press Ctrl + Alt + Del to reboot the computer.
After shutting down by pressing the sleep switch for more than four seconds, slide the
power switch to power on and open the application again.
If the program no longer operates normally, go to [Start] - [Settings] - [Control Panel] [Add/Remove Programs] to delete the program. Then reinstall the program.
Network
Unable to connect to a network
When using the computer as a network computer, additional settings may need to be set
depending on the usage conditions. Ask your system administrator or the person in charge
of the network.
The computer must be restarted if suspend or hibernation mode is entered.
Sound
The sound is not heard
The volume can not be
changed by pressing Fn
+
F5 or Fn + F6
Try changing the mute by pressing Fn + F4 .
Has the Setup Utility been used to set [Speaker] to [Disable]?(
"Setup Utility")
Has the Setup Utility been used to set [Sound Controller] to [Disable]?
Unusual Sound
The computer produces a
strange sound
If the computer enters the ECO mode or the LCD is closed while the computer is making
a sound, the computer may produce a strange sound, but this does not indicate a problem.
If the computer has not been used for a long period of time, it may produce an unusual
sound at start up. The sound may continue for a short period of time, but if the computer
starts up in a normal manner, then the problem is not serious. If, however, the computer
fails to start up, contact Panasonic Technical Support.
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Dealing With Problems
Connecting Peripherals
Your peripheral does not
work (An error occurs while
installing the driver)
Unable to print
Check the computer-printer connection.
Make sure the printer is on.
Make sure the printer is in the online state.
Make sure paper is in the printer tray and there is no paper jam.
Has the Setup Utility been used to set [Parallel Port] to, [378] or [3BC]?
The cursor does not move
from mouse operations
Check your mouse connection, then reboot the computer from the keyboard.
From the keyboard, you may choose to press down on
, then select [Shut Down].
The device connected to the
serial port does not work
Check the connection.
Confirm that the device driver for the serial port works. Please refer to the reference
manual of the device.
Confirm that two mouse devices are not connected, one through the external keyboard/
mouse port and the other through the serial port.
Confirm that [Device] is set to [Port Replicator] in the Setup Utility.
Try setting [Touch Pad] to disable in the Setup Utility.
Has the Setup Utility been used to set [Serial Port] to [3F8]?
External mouse or track-ball
connected to the external
keyboard/mouse port does
not work
Try setting [Touch Pad] to disable in the Setup Utility.
In some circumstances, if a PS/2 external mouse with a serial interface conversion function is connected to the port, it may not operate normally. Try connecting it to the serial
port.
A PC Card does not work
Make sure the card is properly inserted.
Confirm that the card conforms to the PC Card Standard.
Note that after a driver is installed, the computer must be rebooted.
Check that the proper port settings have been made.
Read the PC Card’s manual. Or, you may need to call the manufacturer of the PC Card.
When [Card Executive 2.0 for NT] is not displayed in [Control Panel], install Phoenix
Card Executive™ 2.0 for Windows NT®.
Confirm that a PC card compatible with Windows NT is being used.
You do not know the
available RAM module
The RAM module has not
been recognized
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You need to use drivers conforming to OS. Some earlier drivers will no longer work.
For more information, please ask the manufacturer of the driver in question.
"Adding Memory"
Make sure the RAM module has been properly inserted.
Use the RAM module that supports the recommended specifications.
The address map for IRQ,
I/O port address, etc. is
unclear
Select [Start] - [Programs] - [Administrative Tools] -[Windows NT Diagnostics] to see the
present conditions.
A USB device does not
work
IrDA does not work
USB devices are not supported.
It is not easy to hear of the
microphone sound.
1 Double click
on the task bar.
2 Select [Option] – [Properties].
3 Check [Playback], and add the check mark for [Microphone], then press [OK].
4 Select [Option] – [Advanced Controls].
5 Press [Advanced] in [Microphone].
6 Add the check mark for [Mic 20dB Enable], then press [Close].
7 Click in the top of right corner of the window.
Separate communications software is necessary.
Reinstalling Software
Before Reinstallation
Preparing
FIRSTAID CD
Windows NT Workstation CD-ROM included in the Windows NT Workstation System Pack
Windows NT Service Pack 4 CD-ROM
Tool Disk you made earlier
NOTE
If you have not created the Tool Disk, you can create by selecting [Create Tool disk] in [Start] - [Programs] [Panasonic]. If you can not create this disk, please contact Panasonic Technical Support.
The CD-ROM pack (CF-VCD271) * is required for the following reinstallation procedure. Mount the CD-ROM pack in
the multimedia pocket. (Refer to the operating instructions of the CD-ROM pack for details.)
*DVD-ROM drive pack (CF-VDD271) can be also used.
Important
Save all important data. If reinstallation is carried out, all data existing prior to the installation will be lost. The reinstallation will return the computer to close to the conditions at time of purchase.
Before the reinstallation procedure, remove all peripherals.
(Except for the CD-ROM drive and FD drive).
Be sure the AC adapter is connected until the reinstallation procedure is completed.
When the computer enter the ECO mode, the computer to the LCD is automatically cut. In this case, perform the touch pad
operation.
Reinstalling
Windows NT (reinstalling)
CAUTION
If data on your hard disk is compressed, the data
should be uncompressed.
Be sure not to be a disk in CD-ROM drive.
1 Insert the Tool Disk, and turn the computer on.
2 When the message [Press <F2> to enter SETUP] is displayed, press F2 and then run the Setup Utility.
3 Select [Exit] menu and select [Get Default Values], then
press Enter . At the confirmation message, select
[Yes] and press Enter .
4 Select [Power] menu and set [Power Management] to
[Disable] , [Power Switch] to [Off] and [Fn + F7/Fn +
F10 key] to [Disable]. Select [Security] menu and set
[Boot Up Drive] to [CDD,DVD/A:/C:]
5 Press F10 . At the confirmation message, select
[Yes] and press Enter . The computer will reboot
and this screen should appear.
1. Initialize and restore the HDD
2. Exit
6 Select [1. Initialize and restore the HDD].
7 At the confirmation message, press Y Enter .
8 When your computer prompts you to insert the Windows NT 4.0 Workstation CD-ROM or Setup Disk 1
and press Enter , please set the Windows NT 4.0
Workstation CD-ROM included in the Windows NT
System Pack and press Enter .
9 At the [Welcome to Setup], press Enter .
10 At the [Setup has recognized the...], press Enter .
If the message [Setup has determined that...] is displayed, press Enter .
11 Read the entire [Windows NT Licensing Agreement]
(use PgDn to scroll down) and press F8 .
12 A list of hardware and software will be displayed. Confirm the contents and press Enter if these settings
are correct. If you want to make some changes, use the
up/down arrow keys to select an item and press
Enter . The list of contents will be shown.
13 Select [Unpartitioned space] (the largest size), then
press
C .
Input [4095] at the [Create partition of size], press Enter .
Confirm that [C:New (Unformatted) 4095MB] is selected,
press Enter .
14 Select [Format the partition using the NTFS file system], then press Enter .
Formatting will begin automatically.
15 Without changing the location (\winnt) of the installation, press Enter .
16 Press Enter to start the examination of your hard
disk. The copying of files will begin automatically.
17 If the message [This portion of Setup has completed successfully.] is displayed, remove the floppy disk then press
Enter .
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Reinstalling Software
18 Windows will restart. When [Press <F2> to enter Setup]
is displayed, press F2 and run the Setup Utility. If the
Setup Utility is unable to be run, turn the power off after the
[Welcome] is displayed, and perform step 18 again.
19 Select [Exit] menu and select [Get Default Values], then
press Enter . At the confirmation message, select
[Yes] and press Enter .
20 Save the settings then close the Setup Utility. Windows
will restart several times.
21 At the [Windows NT Setup], select [Next].
22 At the [Setup Options], select [Typical] then select [Next].
23 Input your name and organization then select [Next].
(It is possible to omit the organization item.)
24 Input the Product Number written on the "Certificate
of Authenticity" located in the Windows NT Book that
comes with this computer then select [Next].
To move the cursor to a particular item, press Tab
or click the desired box.
25 Input your computer name then select [Next].
26 Input an Administrator password then select [Next].
CAUTION
Remember this password! If the password is forgotten, Windows NT cannot be operated.
27 At the [Emergency Repair Disk], select [Yes, create an emergency repair disk (recommended).], then select [Next].
28 At the [Windows NT Components], select [Install the most
common components (recommended)], then select [Next].
29 At the [Windows NT Setup], select [Next].
30 Select [Do not connect this computer to a network at
this time] and select [Next], then select [Finish].
31 At the [Date/Time Properties], set the correct settings
then select [Close].
32 At the [Detected Display], select [OK].
33 At the [Display Properties], select [OK].
34 When the display to create a Emergency Repair Disk
appears, set a floppy disk into the floppy disk drive and
select [OK].
35 If the message [Windows NT 4.00 has been installed
successfully.] is displayed, remove the floppy disk and
the CD, then press Enter . Prepare a label with the
caption "Emergency Repair Disk" and attach it to the
floppy disk.
36 At the [Begin Logon], press Ctrl + Alt + Del .
Input the password set in step 26 and select [OK], then
select [Close] at the [Welcome]. (This step has to be
performed each time the computer is started up.)
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System setup
37 Set the Firstaid CD into the CD-ROM drive and select [Start] - [Programs] - [Command Prompt]. Input
the following at the MS-DOS prompt (C:\>).
d: Enter
install.bat Enter
When creating one or more Backup Disks, for each
disk starting from the second disk, (in the order
given) set the disk into the floppy disk drive and
input the following.
a: Enter
install.bat Enter
38 Input the following and then close [Command Prompt].
exit Enter
Display driver
39 Select [Change] for [Adapter Type] in [Start] - [Settings] - [Control Panel] - [Display] - [Settings] - [Display Type].
40 Select [Have Disk] at the [Change Display], input
[c:\util\drivers\video], then press [OK].
41 Select [NeoMagic MagicMedia 256 AV], then select
[OK].
42 Select [Yes] at the [Third-party Drivers.], then select
[Yes]. At the [Installing Driver], select [OK].
43 Select [Close] at the [Display Type], then select [Close]
at the [Display Properties].
If the display asks you to restart Windows, select [Yes].
(Perform step 36 after Windows restarts.)
44 At the [Invalid Display Settings], select [OK].
45 At the [Display Properties], set [65536 Colors] for
the [Color Palette], set [1024 by 768 pixels] for the
[Desktop Area], select [Test] then select [OK].
46 If there are no problems with the testing mode, select
[Yes] then select [OK] at the [Display Properties].
Sound driver
47 In [Start] - [Run], input [c:\util\drivers\sound\setup.exe], then
select [OK].
48 Select [Next].
49 At the [YAMAHA DS-XG Audio Driver], select
[OK].
50 Select [Yes I want to restart ...], then select [Finish].
(Perform step 36 after Windows restarts.)
DMI Viewer setup
51 Insert the FIRSTAID CD.
52 In [Start] - [Run], input [d:\en\dmi\setup.exe], then
select [OK]. Select [Next].
DMI Viewer setup will start automatically.
53 Select [Yes, I want to restart my computer], then select [Finish]. (Perform step 36 after Windows restarts.)
Windows NT Service Pack Setup
1 Set the CD for Windows NT Service Pack 4 into the CDROM drive. Microsoft Internet Explorer will begin to
run automatically.
2 Scroll down the display then select [Install Service Pack 4].
3 At the [Confirm File Open], select [Open].
4 Read the [Software License Agreement], and check [Accept license Agreement], then select [Install].
5 Select [Restart].
6 When Windows restarts, remove the CD. At the [Windows NT Service Pack Setup], select [No]. (Perform step
36 after Windows restarts.)
Installing Phoenix APM
(Windows NT Service Pack 4 has to be installed before the
following steps.)
1 In [Start] - [Run], input [c:\util\drivers\apm\setup.exe], then
select [OK].
2 Press the button to install.
At the [APM 2.0 for NT Setup], select [OK].
If the display asks you to restart Windows, select [Restart
Now].
(Perform step 36 after Windows restarts.)
Installing Phoenix Card Executive
chased it, follow the steps below to install the newer version
of Internet Explorer.
1 In [Start] - [Run], input [c:\util\drivers\pccard\setup.exe],
then select [OK].
2 Press the button to install.
At the [Creating Control Panel], read the message, then
select [I Understand].
At the [Card Executive 2.0 for NT], select [OK].
If the display asks you to restart Windows, select [Restart
Now].
(Perform step 36 after Windows restarts.)
3 At the [Card Executive 2.0 for NT Diagnostics], select
[Next].
4 Select [Next], and select [Finish].
(Perform step 36 after restarting the computer.)
(Windows NT Service Pack 4 has to be installed before the
following steps.)
Installing Acrobat® Reader 3.01
Installing Internet Explorer 4.01
Reinstalling Windows NT causes an older version of Internet
Explorer to be installed.
To return the computer to the state it was in when you pur-
1 Set the CD for Windows NT Service Pack 4 into the CDROM drive. Microsoft Internet Explorer will begin to run
automatically.
2 Select [Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.01 Service Pack 1].
Select [Install IE4.01 SP1 for Intel-based Systems].
At the [Confirm File Open], select [OPEN].
3 At the [Internet Explorer 4.01 SP1 Active Setup], select [Next].
4 Read the [License Agreement] and select [I accept the
agreement], then select [Next].
5 At the [Installation Option], by selecting , select [Full
Installation], then select [Next].
Follow the on-screen instructions.
At the [Confirm File Replace], select [No].
6 When the message indicating the end of the installation
operation appears, select [OK].
If the display asks you to restart Windows, select [OK].
After Windows restarts, remove the CD. (Perform step
36 after restarting the computer.)
Operating Instructions page 9
NOTE
In Windows NT4.0 Service Pack 4 CD-ROM, "Microsoft
Data Access Components 2.0 Service Pack 1" etc. are included. Please read NTSP4.HTM and Y2K.TXT in Windows NT4.0 Service Pack 4 CD-ROM, and install if necessary. To see the contents of Windows NT4.0 Service Pack
4 CD-ROM, the CD-ROM drive is needed.
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Specifications
Main Specifications
Model No.
CPU
CF-27EB6GCCM
®
CF-27EA6GCCM
®
Intel Mobile Pentium II Processor 300PE MHz
L1 Cache Memory: 32 KB L2 (Second) Cache Memory: 256 KB
Memory (Expandable to)
Video Memory
LCD
Type
Displayed Colors*1
Hard Disk Drive (including about 200 MB used
64 MB (192 MB Max. )
2.5 MB
12.1 Type(TFT)
10.4 Type (TFT)
256/65536/262144 colors (640 x 480 dots/800 x 600 dots/1024 x 768 dots)
6.4 GB*2
specifically by the system)
*1
*2
800 x 600 16-color resolution is not supported. If this resolution is selected, the message "There is an error in the display
settings" will appear when you reboot. Start up again, selecting 256 Color, High Color (16 bit), or True Color (24 bit),
following the on-screen instructions. Besides this phenomenon, you might encounter some unexpected behavior. Do not
select 16 color mode in any resolution. A 16M color display on the LCD is achieved by using the dithering function.
1GB = 109 bytes
Other Specifications
Keyboard
Pointing Device
87 keys
Touch Pad
Touchscreen (Anti-Reflection, Finger touch capable)
Floppy Disk Drive
720 KB/1.44 MB (two-mode)
PC Card Slots*1
Two Type I or Type II, or one Type III
Allowable current
3.3 V: 400 mA, 5 V: 400 mA,
(total for two slots)
12 V: 120 mA
RAM Module Slot
144-pin, SO-DIMM, 3.3 V, SDRAM
Parallel Port
Dsub 25-pin female
External Display Port
Mini Dsub 15-pin female
Serial Port
Dsub 9-pin male
Miniature jack, 3.5 DIA
Microphone Jack*2
Input impedance 600 Ω, Input voltage range 0.01 V[p-p]
Headphone Jack
Miniature jack, 3.5 DIA
Impedance 32 Ω, Output Power 4 mW (Impedance 32 Ω) x 2
Infrared Communication Port IrDA 1.1 compliant*3
External Keyboard/Mouse Port Mini DIN 6-pin female
Expansion Bus Connector
Dedicated 80-pin female
USB Port*4
4-pin
Slots
Interface
Speaker
Sound
Monaural Speaker (built in)
16 bits, 44.1 kHz PCM/FM sound (Sound Blaster PRO Compatible)
Operating System
Microsoft® Windows NT® 4.0 with Service Pack 4
Utility Programs
Setup Utility, DMI Viewer, Phoenix APM 2.0 for Windows NT®,
Phoenix Card Executive™2.0 for Windows NT®
Battery Pack
Lithium Ion 10.8 V, 3.75 Ah
Operating Time
Approx. 3.0 - 5.0 hours*5
Software
Battery
AC Adapter*6
Power Consumption
Physical Dimensions (W X H X D)
Weight
1
14
*
*2
*3
*4
*5
*6
*7
Approx. 5.5 hours*5
Approx. 2.5 hours*5
Charging Time
Power On
Power Off
Clock Battery
Coin type lithium battery 3.0 V
Operating Time Approx. 7 years
Input
100 - 240 V AC, 50 / 60 Hz
Output
15.6 V DC, 3.85 A
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Approx. 42 W* (maximum when recharging in the ON state)
301 mm X 58 mm X 241 mm {11.8 " X2.3 " X 9.5 "} (Not including the carrying handle)
Approx. 3.6 kg {Approx. 7.9 lb.} + the carrying handle 0.2 kg {0.4 lb.}
SLAM, FLASHROM (except for ATA interface), ZV and Card Bus cards are not supported.
Use only a monaural condenser microphone (miniature jack).
A communications software is necessary.
With Windows NT, USB port is not supported.
Varies depending on the usage conditions.
The AC adapter is compatible with power sources up to 240 V AC.
This computer is supplied with a 125 V AC compatible AC cord.
Approx. 1.5 W when the battery pack is fully charged (or not being charged) and the computer is OFF.
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Copyright
This manual is copyrighted by Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. with all rights reserved. No part of this manual may be
reproduced in any form without the prior written permission of Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
No patent liability is assumed with respect to the use of the information contained herein.
© Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. 1999. All Rights Reserved.
Disclaimer
Computer specifications and manuals are subject to change without notice. Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. assumes no
liability for damage incurred directly or indirectly from errors, omissions or discrepancies between the computer and the manuals.
Trademarks
PS/2™ is a trademark of International Business Machines Corporation.
Microsoft, MS-DOS, Windows and Windows NT are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation of the United States and/or
other countries.
Pentium is a registered trademark of Intel Corporation.
Phoenix Card Executive is a trademark of Phoenix Technologies Ltd.
Acrobat is a registered trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated.
Panasonic is a registered trademark of Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
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