Sony VGF-HS1U Quick start guide
Ports qs DISPLAY button Press this button to turn on the display on the Home Server and select the required information. Front qd Memory Stick slot Insert a “Memory Stick” media. This slot can also accommodate the Duo-type media without an adapter. VGF-HS1 Series Getting to know your VGF-HS1 Home Server The information provided here is designed to help you become familiar with your Home Server. qf OK button Press this button to confirm the information displayed on the display. 1 COPY indicator light Indicates the state of a USB device or a memory card and the status of data imported from the device or card. 2 NETSERVER indicator light Indicates the server test status or the state of the Home Server. 3 1 (POWER) indicator light Indicates the state of the power supply or the state of the Home Server. 7 CONNECT button Press this button to obtain a permission code for adding a Data Sync (receiving) profile. 8 COPY button Press this button to import data from a USB device or a memory card. 9 SD (SD memory card) slot Insert an SD memory card. q; 4 1 (POWER) button Press this button to turn on and off the Home Server. 5 INFO indicator light Indicates the state of the Home Server. 6 HDD indicator light Indicates the remaining capacity or the state of the hard disk drive. (USB) port Connect a USB mass storage class device, such as a digital still camera or a digital camcorder. This port is also labeled as Front USB on the Home Server Settings Page. qa Display Displays information on the Home Server. Store qg CANCEL button Press this button to cancel the ongoing operation. You can also press and hold this button for 10 seconds to clear the administrator registration and the IP address settings. qh MEMORY CARD access indicator light Blinks while access to the memory card is in progress. qj CF (CompactFlash) slot Share Note Some of the above products may not be available, depending on the country or region of residency. qk CF (CompactFlash) media eject button ql Front door To open the front door, put your fingertip on the left end of the door and slide it half way to the right. To close the door, slide it half way to the left. w; ID label Shows the model name of the Home Server. Unpacking ❑ Home Server ❑ Network (LAN) cable (straightthrough Ethernet cable, 2 m) ❑ Rear cover ❑ User Guide ❑ Setup Guide Back ❑ AC adapter ❑ Warranty sheet or Guarantee and Service Support booklet (depending on the country or region of residency) 1 Air vents 2 DC IN port Connect to the AC adapter. 3 Network (LAN) port Connect a network (LAN) cable. Note Be sure not to connect any unsupported networks or any telephone lines to the Network port. ❑ Quick Start Guide (this document) 4 (USB) port 1 Connect a USB mass storage class device, such as a digital still camera or a digital camcorder. This port is also labeled as Rear USB1 on the Home Server Settings Page. 5 (USB) port 2 Connect a USB mass storage class device, such as a digital still camera or a digital camcorder. This port is also labeled as Rear USB2 on the Home Server Settings Page. ❑ Power cord 4-121-976-01(1) © 2008 Sony Corporation / Printed in Japan ❑ CD-ROM disc • Software – PC Link – VAIO Media • Contents Sample contents (also stored on your Home Server at the time of delivery) Connecting Installing Software 1 Connect the supplied network (LAN) cable to the network (LAN) port on the back of your Home Server. The PC Link software provides you with easy ways to keep your folder content updated (data synchronization) between your personal computer and your Home Server. 1 Insert the supplied CD-ROM disc into the optical 7 Select a Home Server and click “Next.” disc drive of your computer. 2 The License Agreement is displayed, read the terms and conditions, select “I accept the terms of the license agreement,” and click “Next.” The software setup window appears. Router 3 Click “PC Link” 1 and then “Install” 2. To the network (LAN) port 1 2 Connect your Home Server to a power outlet with the supplied AC adapter. 8 Select your desired folder(s). 2 4 Click “Next” on the InstallShield Wizard. 2 4 To an AC outlet AC adapter (supplied) 1 To DC IN 19.5V Power cord (supplied) 3 To the AC adapter z Tip Please refer to the Setup Guide for detailed instructions on connecting to a network. 5 Click “Finish” upon completion of the software 3 Attach the rear cover. installation. z Tip If the above window does not appear, please refer to “When your Home Server has a global IP address” (page 47) in the Setup Guide. 9 Finish the setup. 6 Click “Next” when the PC Link software starts. Turning On/Off Turning on your Home Server Turning off your Home Server 1 Press the 1 (POWER) button for about 2 seconds 1 Press the 1 (POWER) button for about 2 seconds until the 1 (POWER) indicator light blinks in orange. When the Home Server is completely turned on, the power indicator light stops blinking and turns green. until the 1 (POWER) indicator light blinks in green. z Tip Your Home Server is designed to be always on and has power saving features to reduce energy use when no being accessed. 1 (POWER) button / 1 (POWER) indicator light When you click “Close,” the PC Link software will begin to upload the selected folders.
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