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HP Media Remote Control (Select Models Only)
User Guide
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First Edition: June 2008
Document Part Number: 463460-001
Table of contents
1 Component functions
2 Button quick reference
3 Inserting the battery
4 Troubleshooting
Index ................................................................................................................................................................... 10
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1
Component functions
NOTE: Your computer may include an updated remote control that functions differently than described
in this guide. For the latest user guide, go to the product support page for your computer at
http://www.hp.com.
The infrared lens on the remote control links the remote control to the computer. The link requires a lineof-sight path between the infrared lens on the remote control and the infrared lens on the computer.
Things to remember:
●
The remote control operates in the Windows® operating system and in QuickPlay (select computer
models only). Button functions may vary, depending on the active program.
NOTE: For information on using QuickPlay, refer to the QuickPlay software Help.
●
Some remote control buttons perform the same functions as computer buttons. For example, the
power button on the remote control and the power button on the computer have the same functions
and can be used interchangeably.
●
Some remote control buttons perform the same functions as computer hotkeys. Refer to the
Pointing Devices and Keyboard user guide for information on supported hotkeys.
To access the user guides, select Start > Help and Support > User Guides.
●
Other remote control buttons provide functions that are not duplicated by computer buttons or
hotkeys.
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2
Button quick reference
This section provides information on the functions of the remote control buttons.
NOTE: The position of the buttons may vary, depending on your remote control model.
Button
Function in Windows
Function in QuickPlay (select models only)
Power
●
When the computer is off, press the button to
start Windows.
Press the button to shut down the computer.
●
When the computer is on, press the button to
emulate the computer power button. Refer to
the computer user guide for information.
NOTE: The remote control cannot be used
when the computer is off.
●
When the computer is in the Sleep state, briefly
press the button to exit Sleep.
●
When the computer is in Hibernation, briefly
press the button to exit Hibernation.
Recorded TV
In Live TV mode, press the button to start recording
the current program.
In Live TV mode, press the button to start recording
the current program.
Arrows, OK
●
Press an arrow to move between menus,
windows, or activities. Pressing an arrow button
also moves the pointer between actions within
the Windows Media Center windows.
●
●
Press the OK button to select a desired action.
The OK button functions like the enter button. ●
Press an arrow to move between menus,
windows, or activities. Pressing an arrow
button also moves the pointer between
actions within the Windows Media Center
windows.
Press the OK button to select a desired action.
The OK button functions like the enter button.
NOTE: If you are watching live TV, press the
OK button to switch to the previous channel.
Press the OK button again to switch back to the
original channel you were watching.
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Guide
Press the button to open the electronic television
Program Guide. Internet access may be required.
Press the button to open the Windows Media
Center electronic program guide.
Back
Press the button to emulate the “back” function of the
backspace key command in the active program.
Press the button to emulate the “back” function of
the backspace key command in the active
program.
Chapter 2 Button quick reference
Button
Function in Windows
Function in QuickPlay (select models only)
Mute
●
Press the button to mute speaker volume.
●
Press the button to mute speaker volume.
●
If the volume is muted, press the button to
restore speaker volume.
●
If the volume is muted, press the button to
restore speaker volume.
Volume up
Press the button to increase speaker volume.
Press the button to increase speaker volume.
Volume down
Press the button to decrease speaker volume.
Press the button to decrease speaker volume.
Previous
●
Press the button to move backward 7 seconds
in live TV.
●
●
Press the button to move backward 12 hours in ●
the Program Guide.
●
Press the button to go back to the previous
track or chapter.
●
When media is not playing, press the button to ●
play the selected media.
●
When media is playing, press the button to
pause the media.
●
When media is playing, press the button to
pause the media.
●
Press the button to rewind the selected media.
●
Press the button to rewind the selected
media.
Play/pause
Rewind
NOTE: The button does not work with MP3
files and may not work with some video files.
●
Press the button to move the video backward.
●
Press the button to move a live TV program to
the beginning of the 30-minute pause buffer.
●
●
Keypad
Press the button to move the television
Program Guide back 3 hours.
Press the button to go back to the previous
track or chapter.
Press the button to move to the beginning of
the period when you started watching live TV.
When media is not playing, press the button
to play the selected media.
NOTE: The button does not work with MP3
files and may not work with some video files.
●
Press the button to move the video backward.
●
Press the button to move a live TV program to
the beginning of the 30-minute pause buffer.
●
Press the button to move the television
Program Guide back 3 hours.
Press the rewind button and then press the play
button to deactivate instant replay.
Press the button to change channels or enter text
into a text box.
Press the button to change channels or enter text
into a text box.
NOTE: Each time you press a number button, a
different letter is displayed. Press the enter button to
select a letter.
Clear
Press the button to clear or delete the last character
entered.
Print
Press the button to print pictures that you select in
the My Pictures window in QuickPlay.
NOTE: On select models, the print button is red.
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Button
Function in Windows
Switch screens
Press the button to switch the computer image
between the computer display and an external
display.
Function in QuickPlay (select models only)
NOTE: On select models, the switch screens
button is green.
Snapshot
Press the button to capture a picture of the computer
screen and save it to the clipboard.
NOTE:
yellow.
Zoom
Press the button to capture a picture of the
computer screen and save it to the clipboard.
On select models, the snapshot button is
Press the button to alternate between various aspect
modes in TV.
NOTE:
QuickPlay
On select models, the zoom button is red.
Press the button to launch the QuickPlay program
(for models with QuickPlay preinstalled) or the DVD
Play program (for models with DVD Play
preinstalled).
Press the button to access the QuickPlay
SmartMenu.
NOTE: If the computer has been set up to require
a logon password, you may be asked to log on to
Windows. QuickPlay or DVD Play launches after you
log on. Refer to the QuickPlay or the DVD Play
software Help for more information.
Live TV
NOTE:
●
Press the button to move a TV program forward
to the end of the pause buffer and resume
playing live TV. When you pause a TV program,
press the button to resume playing live TV.
●
Press the button to open the multimedia
software and then begin playing live TV in fullscreen mode.
The DVD button is included on select remote controls only.
DVD menu
●
Press the DVD button to launch the DVD
playback feature of the QuickPlay program
(select computer models only).
NOTE: If the computer has been set up to
require a logon password, you may be asked to
log on to Windows. QuickPlay or DVD Play
launches after you log on. Refer to the
QuickPlay or the DVD Play software Help for
more information.
NOTE:
Teletext
The Teletext button is included on select remote controls only.
●
Enables Teletext, when available, during Live
TV.
NOTE: This button does not function when
Teletext is not supported.
●
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Press the Teletext button to display a menu with
color-coded channels or topics in red, yellow,
blue, and green. Press the colored button to
open the corresponding color-coded Teletext
page, if available.
Chapter 2 Button quick reference
●
If a DVD is playing, press the button to open
the DVD disc menu.
●
If a DVD is not playing, press the button to
open the QuickPlay DVD player.
Button
Function in Windows
Function in QuickPlay (select models only)
NOTE: These buttons do not function when
Teletext is not supported.
Information
●
●
Windows Media
Center
Channel/page up
Channel/page
down
Next
Stop
Press the button to display available
information about a selected media file, such as
a TV program summary or music artist
information.
◦
You may need to be connected to the
Internet to receive some media
information.
◦
Some media may not include this
information.
Press the button to display information and settings
for QuickPlay modes.
Press the button to display options to rotate or
print your pictures.
If the computer uses Windows Vista® Premium or
Windows Vista Ultimate, press the button to open the
Windows Media Center main menu. The Windows
Media Center button has no function with other
operating systems.
If the computer uses Windows Vista Premium or
Windows Vista Ultimate, press the button to open
the Media Center main menu. The Windows Media
Center button has no function with other operating
systems.
NOTE: Refer to the label on the bottom of the
computer to determine the operating system.
NOTE: Refer to the label on the bottom of the
computer to determine the operating system.
●
Press to emulate the pg up key on a keyboard. ●
Press to emulate the pg up key on a keyboard.
●
Press to change channels in ascending order.
●
Press to change channels in ascending order.
●
Press to emulate the pg dn key on a keyboard. ●
Press to emulate the pg dn key on a keyboard.
●
Press to change channels in descending order.
●
Press the button to advance 30 seconds in live ●
TV or in a recorded program. When you press
the button, it advances so that you are watching
●
live TV again.
●
Press the button to advance one music track in
a CD.
●
Press the button to advance 12 hours in the
television Program Guide.
Press the button to stop the current media activity,
such as playing, rewinding, etc. When you press the
button while you are watching TV, the Windows
Media Center pause buffer continues to record in the
background.
●
●
Press to change channels in descending
order.
Press the button to go to the next track or
chapter.
Press the button to advance 30 seconds in
live TV or in a recorded program. When you
press the button, it advances so that you are
watching live TV again.
Press the button to advance one music track
in a CD.
Press the button to stop the current media activity,
such as playing, rewinding, etc. When you press
the button while you are watching TV, the Windows
Media Center pause buffer continues to record in
the background.
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Button
Function in Windows
Function in QuickPlay (select models only)
Fast Forward
●
●
Press the button to move the selected video
media forward. To increase the fast forwarding
speed, press the button up to 3 times.
NOTE: The button may not work with some
video files.
●
Enter
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Press the button to move MP3 music files
forward.
●
Press the button to move a video forward.
●
Press the button to move the television
Program Guide forward 3 hours.
Press the button to enter or select the desired action,
menu, or window option.
Chapter 2 Button quick reference
Press the button to move the selected video
media forward. To increase the fast
forwarding speed, press the button up to 3
times.
NOTE: The button may not work with some
video files.
●
Press the button to move MP3 music files
forward.
●
Press the button to move a video forward.
●
Press the button to move the television
Program Guide forward 3 hours.
Press the button to enter or select the desired
action, menu, or window option.
3
Inserting the battery
WARNING! To reduce potential safety issues, use only the battery provided with the computer, a
replacement battery provided by HP, or a compatible battery purchased from HP.
Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions in the Regulatory, Safety and Environmental
Notices located in Help and Support. To access the notices, select Start > Help and Support > User
Guides.
To insert the battery into the remote control, follow these instructions:
1.
On the back of the remote control, slide the battery compartment cover in the direction of the arrow
(1), and then lift the cover to remove it (2).
2.
With the positive side of the battery facing up, insert the battery into the compartment (1).
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3.
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Align the battery compartment cover with the battery compartment (2), and then slide the cover to
close it (3).
Chapter 3 Inserting the battery
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Troubleshooting
Try the following solutions if your remote control does not function properly:
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Be sure that you have a clear line of sight from the remote control to the infrared port on the
computer or optional docking device.
●
Be sure that you are within range of the infrared port on the computer or optional docking device.
●
Be sure that the battery is properly installed and has a charge. Replace the battery if necessary.
●
Be sure that you are using the remote control with a supported computer or optional docking device.
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Index
A
arrow buttons 2
B
back button 2
battery, inserting 7
buttons
arrow 2
back 2
change/page up 5
channel/page down 5
clear 3
DVD menu 4
enter 6
forward 6
guide 2
Information 5
keypad 3
live TV 4
mute 3
next 5
OK 2
play 3
power 2
previous 3
print 3
quick reference 2
QuickPlay 4
recorded TV 2
rewind 3
snapshot 4
stop 5
switch screens 4
Teletext 4
volume down 3
volume up 3
Windows Media Center 5
zoom 4
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Index
C
change/page up button 5
channel/page down button 5
clear button 3
D
DVD menu button
G
guide button
6
2
S
snapshot button 4
stop button 5
switch screens button
4
2
K
keypad buttons 3
T
Teletext button 4
troubleshooting 9
V
volume down button 3
volume up button 3
W
Windows Media Center button 5
L
live TV button
4
Z
zoom button
M
mute button
O
OK button
Q
QuickPlay 1
QuickPlay button 4
R
recorded TV button
rewind button 3
I
Information button 5
infrared lens 1
inserting battery 7
N
next button
3
4
E
enter button 6
F
forward button
previous button
print button 3
3
5
2
P
play/pause button 3
power button 2
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