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User's Guide

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HP

Media Center PC

User's Guide

Table

of

Contents

Welcome

......................................................

Safety Information

1

.......................................

2

Before you get started. please read this important sofety information about your HP Media Center PC

.......................

2

AC Power Safety Warnings

How

to

Use this

Guide

Safety and

Comfort

................................................... 2

..................................................

3

3

Where Can

I

Find Information?

.....................

4

Getting Help

........................................................................

4

Help and Support

............. ................................... 5

HP Utility Programs

HP Customer Care

...........

HP Web Site and HP Support

..

................................................................

5

Online Spodight .....

........................................................ 5

Inventory

.....................................................

6

PC and Main Components

.....................................................

6

Media Center Components

....................................................

6

2.1 Speaker System Components

...........................................

Getting the Most Out of Media Center

7

....................................

8

Seiting Up

My

PC

.........................................

9

Checklist

.............................................................................

9

PC Installation checklist

......................................................... 9

Front of PC ......................

Back of PC ......................

Connecting the Monitor .....

Connecting the Printer or Scanner

.................

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10

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13

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Connecting to the Internet Through a Modem Connection

Connecting to the Internet Through a Network Port

Connecting the Remote Sensor

Connecting the Signal Source

Connecting the

...

.............................................

FM

Radio Antenna

.......

........

15

16

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17

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18

18

Connecting the Television Signal

.................

19

Optional Connections

Using the

TV

Cables

Connecting the

TV

Connecting the

TV

.........................................................

...........................................................

.............................................................

Signal Source

19

19

20

When You Have an Existing Setup

Wall to Cable

VCR to

TV

TV

Set-top Box or Satellite Box to

Using Coaxial Cable

...................................

......................................

Wall to Cable

TV

Set-top Box or Satellite Box to VCR and

TV

2

1

22

Using Svideo Cable or Composite Video Cable Between the Box and the VCR or

Enabling

Enabling

TV

TV

..............................................

Out Image for nVidia Graphics Card

TV

Out Image for AT1 Graphics Card .

....

24

Connecting the Speakers

Speaker Systems

...........................

............................

27

................. 2 7

2.1 Klipsch Speaker System ...........

2.1 Altec Lansing Speaker System

..

5.1 Speaker System

Adjusting the Volume

......................

.

...............................................

34

Using the Microphone

............................................... 35

Using the Headphones

Resolving Sound Issues

.........

Starting

My

PC

...........................................

37

Starting the PC for the First Time

...........................

.... 3 7

Selecting an

ISP ..................................................................

37

Media Center PC Desktop View

............................................

38

........................................................ 40

Using PC Help and Tools

Turning

Off the PC

.........

..................

Manual Standby Mode

............

Manual Hibernation Mode ................................................... 43

Automatic Standby or Hibernation Mode

...............................

4 4

.................................................

45

Using the PC Hardware

..............................

47

Using the Keyboord

Special Keyboord Buttons

Using the Mouse

....... ....................................

48

.................................................................

51

DVD Writer ........................................................................ 59

DVD/CD Writer Plus (Combo) Drive

..............

Opening the RecordNow! program

Diskette (Floppy) Drive

...................................... 60

......................................................... 60

7-111-1 Memory Card Reader

................

Understanding the 7-in-1 Memory Card

Using the Digital Camera Dock

Using Media Center

............................................

65

....................................

67

Getting Started with Microsoft Windows

XP

Media Center Edition

.....................................................

6 7

Media Center Overview

Media Center Start Menu

Media Center Setup

........

......

Setting PC Location for Program Guide

...........

..............................

..

68

71

..................................

7 2

............................................................

73

Using the Media Center Setup Wizard

Media Center Menu bors

.

7 4

.....................................................

78

Setting Media Center a

Using Shortcut Buttons

.

....... 7 9

.......

79

...

111

Remote Control

..........................................

What Can

I

Do with the Media Center Remote Control?

8

1

..........

8

1

Remote Control Buttons Overview

Remote Control Buttons ...............

My

TV

..........................

What Can

Watching

I

Do in M y

TV ............

Using Remote Control

................ 85

................................................. 91

.................................................

92

Tv

............................................ 93

Watching Live

TV

Using the Digital Video Recorder

Using the Television Program

................

94

.......................

95

Downloading the Television P

Changing Your Postal Code t

Television Program Guide

...

................. 97

Setting up an Internet DiaI4.Jp

Adding Missing Channels to Guide

........................

Removing Channels from Your Guide

....................................

98

Searching for Programs in

Recording

TV

Programs

..

M y

N

Recorded

..............

Tv

History .......

Recorded

TV .................

...................................... 106

...................

107

Playing Recorded

TV

Programs

About Recording Errors

...........................................

109

.............................................

Resolving Recording Conflicts

.............................................

Deleting a Scheduled Program or Series

1

1 1

.............................. 1 12

..............

1 12

Deleting a Recorded Program or Series

Blocking Unwanted

TV

Setting Movie/DVD or

Programs and

TV

Setting Caption Display

Ratings

M

..............

.......................................

................................................

1 13

1

13

1 14

Displaying Teletext

..............

...............

1 14

Safeguarding Your Reco

Managing Hard Disk

Sp

About Recorded

TV

Storage Space Settings

Freeing up space on your hard disk drive

.........................

12

1

.......

My Music

.................................................

125

What Can

What Can

I

.............................................

I Do in Windows Media Player?

Using Supported File Types for M y Music

.........................

125

126

............................

127

Using Remote Control in M y Music

Creating Your Music Library

.....................................

127

...................

............... 128

Searching Computer for Music Files

Adding CD Tracks to the Music Libra

Playing Digital Music Files

.................................................

13 1

Finding Music Files in M y Music

Playing a Song

......................

Setting Up an Automatic Disc

J

.........................................

132

Finding and Playing an Album

Creating a Playlist

....................................

Selecting a Visualization

...........................

............... 135

...............

136

My Pictures

What Can

..............................................

I

Do in My Pictures? ...........................................

Using Supported File Types for My Pictures

Using Remote Control in My Pictures

..........................

137

137

138

....

...................... 139

Organizing Your Pictures ....................

Viewing Your Pictures in Media Center

Rotating pictures

..............

Viewing Pictures as a Slide Show

.........

...............................................................

143

Editing pictures ................................................................. 144

Printing Your Pictures ..............

..................

144

Copying Pictures to CDs

Zoom

In and Pan Across a

Picture

Using HP Image Zone

.........

....................................... 146

........................................................

147

Changing Picture Settings for Slide Shows

............................

149

My Videos

...............................................

151

What Can

I

Do in My Videos?

Organizing Your Videos

.

............................................

Using Remote Control When Playing a Video

.......................

151

152

..........................

153

Playing Digital Videos ....

Playing a Video Stored on

Playing a Video in Full Screen Mode

..........................

154 o

.......................

155

...................................

155

Sorting Videos .................................................................. 156

Viewing Video Details

.......................................................

Working with Home Videos

...............................................

Using Supported File Types for M y Videos

156

157

........................... 158

Play DVD

FM

Radio

.................................................

159

Playing DVDs in Media Center

...........................................

159

Using Remote Control When Playing a DVD

Changing DVD Movie language

......................... 160

.........................................

162

Changing DVD Audio

........................................................

162

.................................................

163

What Can

Playing

I

Do in Radio?

FM

Radio Stations

.......................................

......................................

Organizing Your Preset Radio Stations

................................

165

Listening to Internet Radio

..................................................

165

Using Remote Control When Playing a Radio Station

............

166

Media Center Settings

Changing Media Center Settings

..............................

167

........................................

167

Changing General Seitings

Changing

TV

Settings

................................................ 168

........................................................ 169

Changing Other Settings

....................................................

170

Recording CDs and DVDs

..........................

171

About Copying Recorded

TV

Programs to DVD

Copying Recorded

TV

Programs to DVD or CD

Watching Recorded

N

Recording Music, Data, and Video files to CDs and DVDs

Capturing Analog Home Video

.....................

... ..........

............................

171

172

175

.....

175

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Upgrading and Servicing

..........................

18 1 Application and System Recovery

.............

199

Preparing the Computer

Removing the Side Panels

Replacing the Side Panels ...............

Locating Components in the PC Chassis

Removing the Fan Duct

~~~l~~.~~ the

F~~

Duct

.. .........................

181 Using Application Recovery and Syste

......................... 182 Application Recovery ......................

.............................. 183

......................................................

.....................................................

Removing the Front Panel

Replacing the Front Panel

..................................................

..................................................

Accessing the Optical Drive

.

183 System Recovery

184

184

185

185

Index

.............................

Troubleshooting

.......................................

Problems and Solutions ...................................................... 209

.......................................................

209

219

Removing the Optical Drive

Installing a New Optical Dri

Replacing and Adding Drives

......

...........................................

189

Adding Memory ............................................................... 193

Removing Add-In Cards

Replacing Add-In Cards

....................................................

195

Installing an HP Camera Docking Station

............................

196

V

Remote Control Buttons

Overview

A

A

Standby

0

puts the power reduced state.

PC into and out of a

B

DVD Menu opens main menu on a DVD movie, if available.

C

Music opens M y Music window.

D

Radio opens F M Radio window.

E

Record records selected television program and stores it on the hard disk.

F

Rew (Rewind) moves the media backward at

2

speeds.

G

Replay moves media backward seven seconds.

H

Pause pauses audio or video track, or pauses live or recorded

TV programs.

J

Back returns

PC to the previous window within

Media Center.

K

Arrow buttons move cursor to navigate within all Media Center windows. Moves to next picture in a slideshow.

L

Live

TV is a shortcut to the full screen view of live

N

TV.

It also moves to the current point in live program after pausing live

TV.

M

Mute turns computer sound off. The word

Mute is displayed on the screen when Mute is turned on.

N Volume increases

(+) and decreases

I-) sound.

0

More Info displays available information about selected media file. Allows you to rotate a picture in

My

Pictures.

P

Clear deletes selection and works as the backspace button does on a keyboard.

B

C

D

K

1

M

N

0

P

E

F

G

H

J

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BB

-

cc

-

DD

-

EE

Q

R

S

1

U

V

W

X

Y

Q

TV opens My

N

window.

R Pictures

opens My Pictures window.

S

Videos

opens My Videos window.

T Play plays selected media.

U

Stop

stops media currently ploying.

V

FWD

(Fast forward)

moves media forward at

3

W Skip

moves media forward, for example,

30 seconds in videos and live

N,

trock.

X Guide opens Television Program Guide to display available

TV channels and programs to watch and record.

Y OK selects desired action or window option. It acts a s the Enter key.

If watching

N

in full screen mode, pressing

OK switches back to the previous channel watched. Press again to toggle back. It acts the same woy as a Jump button on some

N

Z Recorded

N

TV window.

AA

Start

opens Media Center to the main

Start menu.

BB Channel/Page

up

(+) and down

(-) changes

N

depending on available options. It to next DVD chapter. The name of

also

moves

N

show and channel are displayed.

CC

0 to 9 changes channels or enters text into

Media Center search or text box.

DD

Enter

selects desired action or window option.

In full-screen mode, press Enter to jump to the last channel you were watching.

EE

Print

prints your pictures that you select in the

M y Pictures window.

Remote Control

83

Remote Control

What

Can

I Do

with the Media Center Remote Control?

Your remote control is designed to work with Media

Center. You can use your remote control with Media

Center to play CDs, DVDs, and videos, to view pictures, and to watch and record television programs.

This remote control helps you navigate the Media

Center windows on your computer just as a cable

TV remote control navigates cable

lV

options or controls the playback of a movie in a VCR or

DVD player.

Remote control can:

rn

Navigate and control all Media Center windows. rn

Control the video or live

N

Place the computer in and out of standby mode.

Remote contml cannot:

rn

Navigate the Windows desktop or control other computer programs outside of

Media

Center. rn

Be used as a VCR, DVD player, or stereo remote control.

Turn the computer on or off

(shut down

PC). rn

Turn

a

N

on or off.

to

your computer

Remote Control

8

1

Remote Control Buttons Overview

Features and location may vary.

A Standby

0

puts the PC into and out of a power reduced state.

B DVD Menu opens main menu on a

DVD movie, if available.

C

Music

opens M y Music window.

D Radio opens F M Radio window.

E

Record records selected television program and stores it on the hard disk.

F Rew (Rewind) moves the media backward at

2 speeds.

G Replay moves media backward seven seconds.

H

Pause pauses audio or video track, or pauses live or recorded

TV programs.

J

Back returns PC to the previous window within

Media Center.

K Arrow buttons move cursor to navigate within all Media Center windows. Moves to next picture in a slideshow.

1

Live live

N

full screen view of

TV. It also moves to the current point in live

TV program after pausing live

TV.

M

Mute turns computer sound off. The word

Mute is displayed on the screen when Mute is turned on.

N Volume increases sound.

(+) and decreases

I-]

0 More Info displays available information about selected media file. Allows you to rotate

a

picture in M y Pictures.

P

Clear deletes selection and works as the backspace button does on a keyboard.

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Z

AA

.BB

X

Y

U

V

W

cc

DD

EE

I

v

opens rviy

I

v

WIIIUUW.

R Pictures

opens M y Pictures window.

S Videos

opens M y Videos window.

T

Play

plays selected media.

U

Stop

stops media currently playing.

V FWD

(Fast forward)

moves media forward at

W Skip

moves media forward, for example,

30 seconds in videos and live

TV, or one music track.

X Guide

opens Television Program Guide to display available

N

watch and record.

Y OK

selects desired action or window option.

It

acts as the Enter key.

If

watching

N

in full screen mode, pressing

OK switches back to the previous channel watched. Press again to toggle back.

It acts the same way as a

Jump button on some TV remote controls.

Z Recorded

TV opens Recorded

TV window.

AA opens Media Center to the main

Start menu.

6B Channel/Page

up

(+) and down

(-1 changes

N

channel or moves page up and down, depending on available options.

It also moves to next

DVD chapter. The name of channel are displayed.

N

show and

CC

0

to

9

changes channels or enters text into

Media Center search or text box.

DD Enter

selects desired action or window option.

In full-screen mode, press Enter to jump to the last channel you were watching.

EE Print

prints your pictures that you select in the

M y Pictures window.

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To begin using your remote control: opens.

Follow onscreen instructions

to complete the remote control setup steps.

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Remote

Control

Buttons

Direct access buttons

The direct access buttons open the main Media

Center windows.

Button Function

DVD

Menu

Opens the Play DVD main menu where you can play your DVD movies.

Tv

Radio

Music

Opens the My

'N window where you can watch and record program guide, schedule future

W

W, open your television recordings, and find your recorded

TV programs.

Opens the

FM radio and Internet radio station window where you can select

Internet radio stations to listen to.

FM radio

~

Opens the My Music window where you can browse and play music CDs and your music files.

Pictures

Opens the My Pictures window where you can search for, sort, and view pictures and slide shows that are stored in the My Pictures or the Shared Pictures folder in Windows

Explorer. You can also view your pictures on oher media such as a digital camera or a memory card.

Videos

Opens the My Videos window where you can search for, sort, and play back your video files that are stored in the My Videos or the Shared Video folder in Windows Explorer. You can also view your videos on other media such as a memory card.

Remote Control

85

Standby button

The Standby button puts the computer into and out of a power reduced state, called standby, which runs the computer with minimal power until you give it remote control. a command. computer out of standby, press the Standby button for at least one to two seconds on the

It

To take the is recommended that you use this button when Media Center is closed.

You must press Standby for

1-2 seconds.

(I,

An LED located under the Standby button blinks when the remote control is transmitting a signal to the remote sensor.

Recording in standby mode

Media Center can record

TV programs when the computer is in standby mode because Media Center takes the PC out of standby mode when a scheduled show begins recording. The PC returns to standby mode when recording is complete.

Media Center begins recording with the monitor and sound turned on unless you manually turn them off before the scheduled recording.

Media Center cannot record computer is turned off.

N

if the

Remote control

LED and the remote sensor

LED

Under the Standby button is an LED (lightemitting diode) that blinks when the remote control sending a signal to the remote sensor. is

The remote sensor displays a red LED when you press a button on the remote control (select models only). Some kinds of lighting may cause the remote sensor to blink without you pressing the remote control.

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Media playback buttons

These buttons allow you to play back picture slide shows, music files, playlists, music CDs, DVD movies, home videos, and live

N,

Media Center program.

Button Function

Record

Records

TV programs. The Record button works only when My

It is inactive when other media is playing.

N

used to play a

TV show.

D rn

Press Record once to record a

TV show while watching live

Press Record twice to record a

TV series while in the Guide.

Press Record repeatedly until the record icon disappears from the Guide to cancel a recording.

Play

Plays selected media.

Stop

Stops selected media. When Stop is pressed while you are watching

Dause buffer continues to record in the background.

N,

Rew

Rewinds selected media. Press

REW again to increase the rewinding speed. rn rn

Moves the video backward.

Moves live

N

of

the 30-minute pause buffer.

D

Moves the television program guide back

3 hours.

Pause

Pauses selected media. Press Pause and then FWD repeatedly to play media frame by frame in slow motion. To continue slow motion, you must press the

FWD button more than once.

FWD

Moves selected video media forward. Press FWD up to three times to increase the fast forwardina soeed.

" a

rn rn rn

Moves MP3 music files forward.

Moves a video forward.

Moves the television program guide forward 3 hours.

Remote Control

8

7

Navigation and other direct access buttons

These buttons allow you to move the cursor and to select actions within the Media Center windows.

Button

Function

Back

Returns to the previous window.

Guide

Opens the electronic Television Program Guide.

Arrows

Move between menus, windows, or activities. Moves the cursor to select actions within the

Media Center windows.

OK

Select o desired action, and works as on Enter button. you were watching.

If you are watching live

TV, press

OK to go to the previous channel. Press

OK again to toggle back to the original channel

Live

TV

Moves a

TV program forward to the end of the pause buffer and resumes playing live

TV.

When you pause a

TV program, you can use the live

TV button to move forward to live

TV.

Opens Media Center and then begins playing live

TV in full screen mode.

Recorded

TV

Opens the Recorded

TV window where

all

your recorded

TV programs are stored. from this window, you can search for and play back a recorded show.

Start

Opens the Media Center Start menu if you are in Media Center or if you are at the desktop.

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Audio and Video buttons

The audio and video buttons change channels, adiust volume, and show details of selected media.

Button

Volume

(+

and

-)

Function

Increases or decreases

PC volume.

More

Info

Displays media information. Some media may not include this information. This button displays details such as

N

to be connected to the Internet to receive

Tv programming or

CD artist information.

Displays options to rotate or print your pictures.

You may need

Channel’Page

(+

and

Changes channels up and down or moves the cursor to the next or previous page of options. Changes channels for live movie.

N

DVD

Mute

Numeric keypad

‘Iear

Enter

Print

Turns off the

PC

Changes channels and enters text. Enters text in the Media Center search feature.

Each time you press a number key, a different character appears. When you find the character you want, press the Enter button or wait a few seconds.

Deletes the last character entered. Clear works the same way as a backspace command on a keyboard.

Selects a desired action, menu, or window. Enter works the same way as the

OK

button.

Prints picture files from the M y Pictures window of Media Center. This button does not print files from Windows Explorer.

Remote Control

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media center

pc

user's guide

UNITED STATES INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISSION

WASHINGTON, D.C.

In the Matter of:

Certain Personal Computers, Monitors,

And Components Thereof

Investigation No. 337-TA-

EXHIBIT

TO

COMPLAINT OF

U.S.

Patent

No.

6,326,996

vs.

HP mx704 Monitor

U.S. Patent

No.

6,326,996, Claim 4 Hewlett Packard (‘“P”) mx704

4.

A display device having the capability of receiving video signals from an external source and displaying said signals on a display screen, comprising:

The HP mx704 monitor is a display device having the capability of receiving video signals from an external source and displaying said signals on a display screen.

See HP Pavilion mx704 Specifications

(Attachment A). a storage for storing a digital representation of a diagnostic pattern for display on the display screen;

The HP mx704 monitor is a microprocessor- based, digitally controlled monitor. On information and belief, the HP mx704 monitor has storage for storing a digital representation of a diagnostic pattern for display on the display screen. See HP mx704 Reference Guide pp. 1-1,4-10,4-11

(Attachment B). a signal generator for converting the digital representation of the diagnostic pattern into a digital signal representative of red, green and blue components of a pattern;

On information and belief, the HP mx704 monitor has a signal generator for converting the digital representation of the diagnostic pattern into a digital signal representative of red, green and blue components of a pattern. See HP mx704

Reference Guide pp. 4-10,4-11 (Attachment

B) (depicting red, green and blue components of a diagnostic pattern).

~~ a digital to analog converter for converting the red, green and blue digital components of the pattern into analog red,

On information and belief, the HP mx704 monitor has a digital to analog converter for converting the red, green and blue digital comPonents of the uattern into the analog.

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been and blue video signals; red, green and blue video signals. a multiplexor coupled to the external video source and to the digital to analog converter for selectively providing the video signals to the display screen for display;

On information and belief, the

HP mx704 has a multiplexor coupled to the external video source and to the digital to analog converter for selectively providing the video signals to the display screen for display. an input for receiving an instruction external to the source of the video signals to display the diagnostic pattern; and

The HP mx704 monitor receives an instruction external to the source of the video signals to display the diagnostic pattern when, for example, the user either 1) turns the monitor on while the video cable is unplugged, or 2) pushes any of the monitor’s front panel control buttons while the video cable is unplugged. a controller coupled to the input, storage and multiplexor for controlling the multiplexor.

On information and belief, the HP mx704 monitor has a controller coupled to the input, storage and multiplexor for controlling the multiplexor.

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CRT

7550,

9500

5500, v72, mx704,

7500,

Document Part Number:

346224-002

January 2004

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HP shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein.

This document contains proprietary information that is protected by copyright. No part of this document may be photocopied, reproduced, or translated to another language without the prior written consent of

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Reference Guide

CRT Monitors

5500, v72, 111x704,

7500, 7550, 9500

Second Edition (January 2004)

Document Part Number: 346224-002

Introduction

Your microprocessor-based, digitally controlled color monitor is a high-performance and easy-to-use product. It employs the latest on-screen menu technology.

Kit

Contents

The monitor kit contains:

H

CRTmonitor

W

W

W

W

Monitor Base (pre-attached

Monitor AC power cord (select models)

Speakers and

Documentation

kit

on select models) power adapter (select models)

Reference

Guide

7-1

Operation

Information Files

The CD-ROM included with this monitor contains two data files that must be installed onto your computer: an

.INF file and an

.ICM file.

The

.INF file designates software and defines monitor resources used by Microsoft Windows to ensure monitor compatibility with the graphics adapter in your computer.

The .ICM file provides color matching consistency between your monitor screen and your printer. Once installed, this file is activated by graphics programs that have this color-matching feature.

To install these files on your computer:

1.

Insert the

Software and Reference Guide

CD-ROM

computer's optical drive.

2.

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ICM

Files for your monitor model.

INF and

3.

To get the latest .INF and .ICM files, download them from the

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4- 7

Operation

Monitor Messages

No Signal Message

4-10

If

a No Signal message displays on your monitor, check to be sure your video cable is properly connected and ensure that your computer is powered on.

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Guide

Out of Frequency Range Message

Operafion

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To change the video resolution or refresh rate on your monitor, follow these steps:

1. Restart your computer.

2. Enter Safe Mode on your computer. Refer to your computer’s operating system Help for instructions on entering Safe

Mode.

3.

Change your display settings to a supported setting (see

“Technical Specifications”).

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U.S. Patent No. 5,881,318, Claim

1

Gateway M675

1: A computerized system for keyboard control of compact disc-read only memory

(CD-ROM) audio of a computer, the computer comprising:

The Gateway M675 Notebook computer is a computerized system for keyboard control of CD-ROM audio of a computer. a CD-ROM player receptive to compact disc (CD); an audio

The Gateway M675 Notebook computer has a CD-ROM player receptive to an audio compact disc. See Gateway M675

Notebook User’s Guide pp. 108-1 10

(Attachment A). a computer keyboard having a plurality of keys for entry of one or more predetermined sequences of one or more keystrokes by a user of the computer, each predetermined sequence corresponding to an audio function of the CD-ROM player; and,

The Gateway M675 Notebook computer has a computer keyboard having a plurality of keys for entry of one or more predetermined sequences of one or more keystrokes by a user of the computer. See

Gateway M675 Notebook User’s Guide pp.

30,32

(Attachment A).

The Gateway M675 Notebook computer uses predetermined sequences corresponding to an audio function of the

CD-ROM player, including, for example, mute, volume increase, volume decrease.

See

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Guide pp.

30,32

(Attachment A). a basic input/output system(BI0S) operatively coupled to the CD-ROM player and the keyboard, the BIOS in response to detecting a predetermined sequence of

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CD-

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Key types

The keyboard has several different types of keys. Some keys perform specific actions when pressed alone and other actions when pressed in combination with another key.

Key type

Function keys

System keys

Navigation keys

Volume keys

FN

key

Windows key

Application key

Arrow keys

LCD brightness keys

Icon

a

Description

Press these keys labeled

F1

to F12 programs. For example, pressing to perform actions in

F1

may open help.

Each program uses different function keys for different purposes.

See the program documentation function key actions. to find out more about the

Press these colored keys in combination with the combinations” on page 31.

FN

key to perform specific actions. For more information, see “System key

Press these keys to move the cursor to the beginning of a line, to the end of a line, up the page, down the page, of a document, or to the end of a document. to the beginning

Press these colored keys in combination with the

FN

key to increase or decrease the volume or to turn off all sound.

Press the as

FN

key in combination with a colored system key (such

STATUS, STANDBY,

PAUSE)

Press this key to open the Windows Start menu. This key can also be used in combination with other keys to open utilities like

F

(Search utility),

R

(Run utility), and

E

(Explorer utility).

Press this key for quick access to shortcut menus and help assistants in Windows.

Press these keys to move the cursor up, down, right, or left.

Press these colored keys in combination with the control the screen brightness.

FN

key to

30

Chapter

2:

Geffing Started

Press and hold

FN,

then press this system key..

.

To

...

Mute the sound. Press the key combination again to restore the sound. For more information, see "Adjusting the volume" on page 92.

Increase the volume. For more information, see "Adjusting the volume" on page 92.

Decrease the volume. For more information, see "Adjusting the volume" on page 92.

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Using the CD or DVD drive

You can use your notebook to enjoy a wide variety of multimedia features.

Identifying drive types

Your Gateway notebook may contain one of the following drive types. Look on the front of the drive for one of the following logos:

Use your drive for.

..

If your drive has this logo

...

This is your drive type..

.

CD drive

DVD drive

Combination

DVDICD-RW drive

Combination

DVD-RWICD-RW drive

installing programs, playing audio

CDs, and accessing data.

You cannot use this drive to create

CDs or

DVDs or play DVDs. installing programs, playing audio

CDs, playing

DVDs, and accessing data.

You cannot use this drive to create CDs or

DVDs. installing programs, playing audio

CDs, playing

DVDs, accessing data, and recording music and data to CD-R or CD-RW discs.

You cannot use this drive to create

DVDs.

For more information, see "Creating

CDs and

DVDs using Nero Express" on page 137. installing programs, playing audio

CDs, playing

DVDs, accessing data, recording music and data to

CD-R or CD-RW discs, and recording video and data to DVD-R or DVD-RW discs.

For more information, see "Creating

CDs and

DVDs using Nero Express" on page 137.

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Using fhe CD or DVD

drive

Inserting a CD or DVD

Eject button

Activity indicator

I

Manual eject hole

ImDortant

I

Some music

CDs have copy protection software. You may

not be able to play these‘CDs on your notebook.

To

insert a

CD

or

DVD:

1

Press the eject button on the CD or

DVD drive. After the disc tray opens slightly, pull the tray completely open.

2

Place the disc in the tray with the label facing

up, then press down carefully on the disc until it snaps into place

Important

When you place a single-sided disc in the tray, make sure that the label side is facing up. If the disc has two playable sides, place the disc so the name of the side you want to play is facing up.

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Push the tray in until it is closed.

Listening to

CDs

You can use the CD or DVD drive on your notebook to listen t o music CDs.

Important

n

I

Some music

CDs have copy protection software. You may not be able to play these

CDs on your notebook.

Listening to CDs in Windows XP

Use the Windows Media Player to listen to CDs in Windows XP. For more information about using the Windows Media Player, click

Help.

You can also use MusicMatch to listen to CDs in Windows XP. For more information, see

“Using MUSICMATCH” on page

114.

You can use the audio buttons on the front of your notebook to control how you play your CDs. For more information, see “Using the audio controls” on page 34.

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WASHINGTON, D.C.

In the Matter of:

Certain Personal Computers, Monitors,

And Components Thereof

Investigation No. 337-TA-

EXHIBIT

TO

COMPLAINT

OF

INC.

U.S.

Patent 5,192,999 vs. Gateway 510 Media Center

U.S. Patent 5,192,999, Claim 1

Gateway 510 Media Center

1.

A multipurpose computerized lelevision for generating a durality of video images in issociation with a personal

:omputer, comprising:

The Gateway 5 10 Media Center is a multipurpose

Zomputer with the capability to receive and display television signals.

See

Gateway Media Center PC

Frequently Asked Questions (Attachment A)

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computer, said computer

;omprising a computer chassis md a monitor;

The Gateway 5 10 includes a chassis and is designed to be operated with a monitor. See Gateway

5 10s

Media

Center PC Product Details (Attachment B) (popup windows at “Products” link at www.gateway.com). a television circuit associated with said computer and within said chassis for receiving a plurality of television signals including broadcast television signals and directing said signals to said monitor for said monitor to display, said monitor operable to display said television signals on any portion of said monitor; and

The Gateway 5 10 has circuitry capable of receiving television signals, including broadcast television signals, and causing the received signals to be displayed on any portion of the attached monitor. See

Gateway Media Center PC Frequently Asked

Questions (Attachment A). control circuitry associated with said television circuit and said computer within said chassis for controlling the operation of said television circuit through said computer.

~~~~

The user can use a remote control to change the TV channel that is displayed on the monitor. See

Attachment C (Gateway 510’s remote control). The

Gateway 510 includes circuitry within its chassis that acts upon commands sent by the remote to allow the user to control the operation of the television circuit.

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Q.

What is [email protected] [email protected] XP Media Center Edition 2004?

A. A new member of the [email protected] XP family, [email protected] XP Media Center Edition 2004 is an operating system that brings together the best of computing and home entertainment. It transforms your PC into a Media Center, providing easy access to all your favorite digital entertainment experiences. [email protected] XP Media Center Edition 2004 is built on

[email protected] XP Professional and provides you with the same power, reliability and security enhancements.

Q.

Does [email protected] XP Media Center Edition 2004 contain the same features as Windows XP Professional?

A. Yes, [email protected] XP Media Center Edition 2004 is a superset of [email protected] XP Professional.

Q. Where can I purchase a [email protected] Media Center PC with [email protected] XP Media Center Edition 2004?

A. You can purchase a [email protected] Media Center PC online,

by

visiting a Gateway store or by calling 800-369-1409.

Q. Can I buy just the Media Center system software from Gateway and install it on my current machine?

A.

No. Media Center Edition 2004 is available from Gateway only on a new [email protected] Media Center PC. [email protected]

Media Center PCs provide excellent home computing and entertainment features

- all in one powerful machine.

Because of the special hardware features of the Media Center PC, the Media Center operating system cannot be licensed separately for installation on any computer.

Q. Can the Gateway63 Media Center PC handle my computing needs?

A. Yes. The Gateway0 Media Center PC delivers the full power and functionality of [email protected] XP. Media Center is p a r t of the [email protected] XP Professional family, so it is the most full-featured version you can get for a home computer.

In addition to enjoying rich digital media and gaming experiences, you can use the [email protected] Media Center PC for all your computing needs, from accessing the Internet to creating spreadsheets and presentations.

Q. Can

I use applications while Media Center is running?

A. Yes; you can run Media Center in a smaller window and use [email protected] applications simultaneously,

Q.

What i s a Gateway0 Media Center PC, and what kind

of hardware components does it include?

A.

A [email protected] Media Center

PC

2004 and is equipped with the hardware required to deliver powerful computing and rich home entertainment experiences.

[email protected] Media Center PCs feature fast processors, high-capacity hard disks, CD-ROM/DVD drives, and rich graphics and audio capabilities.

A remote control and

TV tuner card are included, as well as features that enable y o u to connect the PC to your existing home entertainment system.

Live and Recorded TV

Q.

What are the new TV-related features of the [email protected] Media Center PC?

A. The My TV feature allows you to watch and control live

TV,

Guide'.

You can also pause live TV shows, advance frame by frame, hop ahead 29 seconds at a time, or use instant replay

to

skip back effortlessly and re-experience compelling moments.

The

TV

Setup Wizard gets you up and running in a matter of minutes, so you can quickly configure your [email protected]

Media Center PC to use your existing TV signal (satellite, cable or antenna), and seamlessly control your set-top box.

Media Center supports video scaled to the resolution of your [email protected] XP desktop, allowing the [email protected] Media

Center PC to deliver smooth, lifelike video images at a higher resolution than your standard

TV.

The Gateway Media Center PC makes it easy to find the programs you want to watch. The Electronic Program Guide displays a grid that provides detailed information for up to 14 days of programming. Use the search function to find programs by title, keyword, category ("sports"), or subcategory ("baseball").

The Personal Video Recorder (PVR) makes recording TV a simple process. Once you've found the listing for the show you want to record in the Electronic Program Guide. press a button once on the remote control to preserve a single episode. Press again to capture an entire series, with or without reruns. Quality level and archival settings help you optimize hard drive space and save the p'rogram you want to keep.

Q. Can

I view Media Center on a TV instead of on the computer's monitor?

A.

Yes. However, it is important to note that some older TVs provide a lower quality display than computer monitors or flat-panel

TVs that are ideally configured to perform with the Media Center PC. For optimal visuals and functioning, w e http://www .gateway

.com/dw/home/mediacenter-faq.shtml

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Q. Can I use a GatewayB Media Center PC with a satellite TV or digital cable set-top box?

A. Yes. Media Center can accept connections from a set-top box and control the set-top box through the remote sensor included with the GatewayB Media Center PC. Media Center also has program guide data

for

satellite and digital cable TV, so once the system has been properly configured for your service and the brand of set-top box, Media

Center will operate the same as it would with standard cable or satellite TV.

Q. How do I find out what's on TV?

A. Using Media Center's Electronic Program Guide, you can view and scroll through a listing of current TV shows, which is periodically downloaded from your [email protected] TV Listings service provider. The Electronic Program Guide displays channel and network information, along with the title and scheduled broadcast time of each show. When you select a show title, a short description of the show displays at the bottom of the screen.

Q. Can I record multiple programs at once, or watch one show while recording another?

A.

No. Media Center comes with a single TV tuner, which allows for the use of only one live TV channel at once. This means that one live

TV show can be in use (either recorded or watched) at a time.

Q. Can I watch a recorded show while Media Center is recording another show?

A. Yes, because this requires the use of a single live

TV source (the show that is being recorded). Previously recorded shows are stored on disk and do not use the

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Recorded TV File Format

Q. What file format does Media Center record in?

A. Media Center uses a new file format called DVR-MS. DVR-MS is an MPEG2 file wrapped with ASF to allow metadata about the recorded program to be stored.

Q.

Can the file format used by Media Center be changed?

A.

No, Media Center supports only the DVR-MS file format for recording

TV. party software manufacturers to add support for DVR-MS files to their products.

Q. Can the files generated by Media Center be converted to another video format?

A. At this time, there is no way to convert DVR-MS files to another format. Microsoft is currently working with third-party software manufacturers to add support for DVR-MS files to their products.

Q. Can I edit Recorded TV files?

A. Currently, it is not possible to edit DVR-MS files (the format used for Recorded

TV files). [email protected] is currently working with third-party software manufacturers to add support for DVR-MS files to their products.

Q. Does [email protected] Movie Maker support the Media Center file format?

A. [email protected] Movie Maker does not support DVR-MS files at this time.

Q. How much disk space do Media Center's Recorded TV files occupy?

A. Media Center has four levels of recording quality

to

choose from-Fair, Good, Better and Best. Here is the approximate amount of disk space that each recording level will consume:

Approximate GBlHour

Fair

Good

Better

Best

1

2

2.5

3

Q. What is content protection and how is it used by Media Center?

A. The new Media Center edition will support wide-screen monitors and

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16:9 format, as well as the standard

4:3 format. In addition, the GatewayTr4 Media Center PCs are designed for enhanced performance with a choice of cutting-edge displays, including Gateway's 15" and 17" LCD displays and the 42" Plasma TV-deemed "America's

Best-Selling Plasma TV2.

Recorded TV and Content Protection

Q. What is content protection and how is it used by Media Center?

A. Content owners and/or broadcasters can set copy protection flags to indicate that a program is subject to content protection. When Media Center detects that this flag is set, it will protect the content by limiting the ability to copy and distribute the program.

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Q.

Can protected Recorded

TV files be watched on another PC?

A. No, protected files can be watched only on the [email protected] Media Center PC that originally recorded the content.

Q. Can unprotected Recorded TV files be watched on another PC?

A. Yes, as long as that PC has the capability of playing DVR-MS files (either through Media Center or an updated

Directshow player such as [email protected] Media Player 9.

0.

Can protected Recorded TV files be played back on the same Media Center PC using Media Player 9 or other

Directshow-enabled applications?

A. No, protected files can be watched only through Media Center on the Media Center PC that originally recorded the content.

Q. Can

I

record a

TV show to my hard drive and then to a DVD using my DVD-R and play it on my home DVD player?

A. No, the Media Center's recording format is not compatible with other DVD players. Any recorded DVDs can only be played on a Media Center PC.

Other Information

Q. Can

I

access Media Center via a Remote Desktop Connection using the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP)?

A. No. Media Center does not currently support operation over a Remote Desktop Connection. It must be run locally on the Media Center PC.

Q.

Is

Media Center compatible with [email protected] Powered Smart Displays?

A. A dockable Powered Smart Display can be used as the display for a Media Center PC when docked.

A

stand-alone

or

undocked Powered Smart Display can connect to a Media Center PC to access your desktop and other applications, but it cannot access the Media Center interface.

Q. How can

I keep up to date with Media Center software updates?

A. All [email protected] XP software updates can be found by visiting the MicrosoftB Windows Update site. All critical updates should be installed on your system. Media Center Edition 2004-specific updates can also be found at the [email protected]

Download Center and [email protected] XP Media Center Edition 2004 Downloads.

0.

What do the new features do in terms of entertainment through my Media Center PC?

A. An exciting new feature available through the [email protected] Media Center PC is access to the world

of

third party entertainment via your remote control. It links you directly to entertainment service providers such as Napster, Music

On Demand (MOD), Video On Demand (VOD), online games and much more. The new Media Center PC is your portal to a medley of entertainm~ent.~

Q.

What is new and different about the other digital media experiences on the [email protected] Media Center PC?

A. The [email protected] Media Center PC provides the freedom and convenience to use a single remote control to access all of your entertainment experiences from anywhere in the room.

The NEW full-featured FM Tuner lets you access your favorite FM stations and program them into the pre-set buttons.

Other features include control buttons that allow you to seek, scan, pause, rewind and fast-forward through FM broadcasts.

A

NEW remote control photo feature allows you to transform, manipulate and enhance your photos. Functionalities include red-eye, touch-up, rotate print photos and more!

Browse your My Music library by album cover, artist, play list, song, or genre.' Search your music library by keyword to quickly find the music you want to listen to. Shuffle or play music, control volume, or change tracks from anywhere in the room with your remote control.

Use the Media Center remote control to open My Pictures, sort your photo collection, and launch a slide show. Then add background music to enhance the experience.

Open My Videos when you want to screen a home movie. Play DVD gives you a rich DVD playback experience, including one-button access to chapters and multiple camera angles.

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Item

Gateway 510s Media

Center PC

PRODUCT DETAILS

Operating System: [email protected] [email protected] XP Media Center Edition 2004

Application Software: [email protected] Works Suite 2004 - including Mic[email protected] Word and Encarta

Antivirus Software: Norton Antivirus 90 day Introductory Offer

Processor: [email protected] PentiumQ 4 Processor 2.8GHz with Hyper-Threading Technology and 800MHz FSB

Chipset: Intel8 865GV Chipset

Memory: 512MB 400MHz DDR SDRAM (2-256MB modules)

Hard Drive: 80GB Ultra ATAlOO 7200rprn hard drive

Floppy Drive: Floppy drive not included

Optical Drive: 8x max DVDcWkRW

Extended Service Plan Including Limited Warranty: Desktop Value Service Plan

-- 3 year parts/labor/no on-siteI3 year technical support

Case: Gateway Micro-Tower Case

Controller: Integrated Ultra ATA Controller

Expansion Slots: 3 PCI

External Ports: (8) USB 2.0 (2 in front and 6 in back), Parallel, Serial and (2) PSI2

Certification: Energy Star Compliant

Monitors: 17" color monitor (15.9" viewable area)

Video: Integrated Intel8 Extreme Graphics with up to 64MB dynamic video memory

Keyboard: 104+ Keyboard

Remote Control: Infrared Media Center Remote and Receiver

Mouse: Logitech PSI2 Mouse

TV

Tuner and Personal Video Recorder (PVR)

Music Sampler: Napster 2.0 and 150 Song Sampler (pre-loaded on hard disk)

Sound System: Soundslaster Audigy 2 Audio w/

IEEE 1394 (Firewire)

Speaker System: 2-piece speaker solution

Modem: 56K PCI datdfax modem

Network Adapter: Integrated [email protected] 10/100 Ethernet Adapter

Internet Service Provider: Six months America [email protected] Internet access

Part Number: 1007921/2900464

Price: $1,239.98

Prices exclude applicable taxes and shipping and handling on Plasma TV's and

Accessory Store purchases.

Actual speeds may vary here, call 800-846-2000 or write to

Gateway Terms

&

Conditions, P.O. Box 1951

:

North Sioux City, SD 57049-1951 for a free copy of applicable limited warranties and service agreements. Services may be provided by third parties. An authorized representative will determine the method of service provided. You may be required to take or send your product to an authorized location for service.

If you purchased on-site service. it will be provided only if an authorized representative determines it is necessary because your problem cannot be corrected through other means. On-site service is not available in all locations and excludes mice, keyboards, docking stations, external peripherals and monitors. See agreements for specific terms and limitations.

TO AVOID BEING CHARGED A MONTHLY FEE, CANCEL BEFORE PROMOTIONAL PERIOD ENDS. Must register within the first

30 days after receipt of may incur surcharges even during promotional period for premium services, or long distance charges on your phone bill, depending on location and calling plan. Communicalion surcharges may also apply with some access numbers and in AK. For details and access numbers call 1-800-846-2000. Check with your local phone company to determine whether the access number you select is a local call for your calling plan. New

US. members 18 and older only. Major credit card or checking account required.

Use may be limited, especially during peak usage.

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Certain MicrosoftB software product(s) included with this computer may use technological measures for copy protection. IN SUCH

EVENT, YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO USE THE PRODUCT IF YOU

DO

NOT FULLY COMPLY WITH THE PRODUCT

ACTIVATION PROCEDURES. Product activation procedures and Microsoft's privacy policy will be detailed during initial launch of the product, or upon certain reinstallations of the software produc[email protected]) or reconfigurations of the computer, and may be completed by

Internet or telephone (toll charges may apply).

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Certain Personal Computers, Monitors,

And Components Thereof

Investigation No. 3 3 7-TA-

EXHIBIT

TO

COMPLAINT

OF

INC.

U.S.

Patent

U.S.

Patent

No.

6,326,996

vs.

Gateway FPD

1730

Monitor

No.

6,326,996, Claim

4

Gateway FPD 1730

4. A display device having the capability of receiving video signals from an external source and displaying said signals on a display screen, comprising:

The Gateway FPD 1730 monitor is a display device having the capability of receiving video signals from an external source and displaying said signals on a display screen.

See Using Your FPD Monitor p. 18

(Attachment A). a storage for storing a digital representation of a diagnostic pattern for display on the display screen;

On information and belief, the Gateway

FPD 1730 monitor has storage for storing a digital representation of a diagnostic pattern for display on the display screen. See Using

Your FPD Monitor p. 16 (Attachment A). a signal generator for converting the digital representation of the diagnostic pattern into a digital signal representative of red, green and blue components of a pattern;

On information and belief, the Gateway

FPD 1730 monitor has a signal generator for converting the digital representation of the diagnostic pattern into a digital signal representative of red, green and blue components. See Attachment B (depicting red, green and blue components of a diagnostic pattern). a digital to analog converter for converting the red, green and blue digital components of the pattern into analog red, green and blue video signals;

On information and belief, the Gateway

FPD 1730 monitor has a digital to analog converter for converting the red, green and blue digital components of the pattern into analog red, green and blue video signals. a multiplexor coupled to the external video source and to the digital to analog;

On information and belief, the Gateway

FPD 1730 monitor has a multiplexor

DCI 181518~2

converter for selectively providing the video signals to the display screen for display; coupled to the external video source and to the digital to analog converter for selectively providing the video signals to the display screen for display. an input for receiving an instruction external to the source of the video signals to display the diagnostic pattern; and

The Gateway FPD 1730 monitor receives an instruction external to the source of the video signals to display the diagnostic pattern when, for example, the user turns the monitor on while the video cable is unplugged. See Using Your FPD Monitor p.

16 (Attachment A). a controller coupled to the input, storage and multiplexor for controlling the multiplexor.

On information and belief, the Gateway

FPD 1730 monitor has a controller coupled to the input, storage and multiplexor for controlling the multiplexor.

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Using Your FPD Monitor

Using Your FPD Monitor

The FPD monitor is a high-resolution color LCD with:

Excellent contrast and legibility

Space-saving and lightweight design

Reduced power usage

Connecting the monitor

To connect the monitor:

1.

Position your computer and the monitor so you can easily reach the back panel of each.

2. Set the monitor upright, then feed the power cable and the attached video cable through the hole in the stand.

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3.

Lay the monitor on its back.

4.

Connect the power cord to the power connector underneath the bottom of the screen.

5.

If your computer supports analog video, connect the analog video cable to the analog connector underneath the bottom of the screen.

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- OR -

If your computer supports digital video, connect the digital video cable to the DVI connector underneath the bottom

FPD 1930 only). of the screen (FPD 1830 and

Important

The FPD 1530 and FPD 1730 monitors have one connection. These monitors do not support digital video.

Make sure that you only connect one video cable to the monitor (FPD 1830 and FPD 1930) and computer.

6.

Return the monitor to its upright position.

7.

Make sure that your computer is turned off.

8. If your computer supports analog video, then connect the analog video cable to the matching video port on the back of your computer.

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-

If your computer supports digital video, then connect the digital video cable (FPD 1830 and FPD 1930 only) to the matching video port on the back of your computer.

9.

Plug the power cord into a correctly grounded electrical outlet.

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Monitor

Starting the monitor

To

start

the

monitor:

1.

Press the power button on the monitor. The power LED turns on.

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5

2.

Turn on your computer.

3.

After your computer is running, the power LED on the monitor should be green. Allow about 10 seconds for the display image to appear. I f the power LED is not green or you do not see a display image, check the connections. For more troubleshooting information, see Troubleshooting.

4.

Adjust the tilt of the monitor for the best viewing angle.

5.

After you see the Windows desktop, press the AUTOlSET button to automatically adjust the display image to the ideal settings.

6.

Use the on-screen display (OSD) to adjust other monitor settings. For more information, see AdJu-s&ing monitor settinqs.

Important When adjusting the monitor settings, always press the AUTOlSET button before entering the OSD. This will automatically adjust the display image to the ideal settings for the current screen resolution.

Adjusting monitor settings

Use the external controls (located on the monitor itself) and software controls

(accessible in Windows) to adjust the display image. For more information about software controls, see- Softwa re-con t_rok.

External controls http://support.gateway.com/s/Manuals/Desktops/%5O%866/08%66.htm

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Your FPD

Monitor

These monitors feature an on-screen display

(OSD) that lets you adjust and save contrast, brightness, and other settings for the monitor. The monitor saves changes you make to the settings, even if you turn off the monitor.

FPD 1530 and

FPD

OSD

button

RUTO!SET button

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OSD.

Press to view the OSD. Press again to exit.

Cy

Arrows.

OSD active: Press to select or adjust

OSD options.

OSD inactive: Press

Q

and

D adjust the brightness.

A

and

V to

AUTO/SET.

OSD

OSD active: Press to enter a selection

in

the OSD. inactive: Press the

AUTOlSET

button to automatically optimize the monitor's image position, clock, and phase.

FPD 1830 and FPD 1930

OS0 button SOURCElSET button

OSD.

Press to view the OSD. Press again to exit.

cy

Arrows.

OSD active: Press to select or adjust

OSD options.

OSD inactive: Press

U

and

D

V t o

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(

AUTO

) to automatically optimize your display's position, clock, and phase.

a

SOURCE/SET.

OSD active: Press to enter a selection in the OSD.

OSD inactive: Press the SOURCElSET button to view the source signal or switch between computers if you have two computers connected to the monitor.

OSD options

To adjust the OSD settings:

1.

Press the OSD button. The OSD menu opens.

2.

Use the

A

and

v

AUTOlSET button . buttons to highlight a control, then press the

3.

Use the

A

V

4 D buttons to adjust the control to the desired level.

4.

When you have finished making all adjustments, press the OSD button to exit the OSD.

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OSD menus

You can access any of these menus in the

OSD:

OSD Menu Description

Brightness.

Press th and

V uttons adjust to e b the brightness

A

the screen. of

Use the lowest brightness setting you a re comforta ble with to maximize the life of the monitor backlights.

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Press t h e

D

4

and b uttons to adjust the color tem pera tu re.

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is bluish white. is reddish white.

Red, Green,

Blue.

Press the

'7 b utton to move to the next

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Press th e

(1 and

D

b uttons to customize your color levels.

Vertical position.

Press th e and

V b

A

uttons to move the image up and down.

Horizontal position.

Press th e and

D

b uttons to move the image left

U

and right.

You can also use the Auto function to configure the vertical and horizontal position auto mat ica I I

For more information on the Auto function, see

.

.

,-_u--*-_/_v_

Clock. t h e

Pres?

4 and

B b uttons to minimize any vertical bars or stripes visible on the screen background.

The horizontal screen size

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FPD 1530 and FPD 1730

FPD 1830 and FPD 1930

will also change.

Phase.

th e

Press

Q

and

D

b

uttons to remove any horizontal distortion and clear or sharpen the image of characters.

Language.

Press th e

Q

a n d D b uttons to change the language of the ODS display.

OSD Position.

Press th e and b b uttons to

U

adjust the

OSD window position on the screen.

Language.

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Press th e

(3 and

D

b uttons to change the language of the

ODS display.

OSD

Position.

Press th e

(3 and D b uttons to adjust the

OSD window position on the screen.

Mode

Info.

When changing screen resolution settings (for example, size or number of colors), display information is briefly shown on the screen.

Software controls

Adjusting the color depth and screen resolution are two of the most basic monitor settings you may need to change.

Adjusting the color depth

Color depth is the number of colors your video card uses. Most images look best displayed with the maximum number of colors available.

Windows lets you choose from several color depth settings for the monitor. We recommend that you use the 32-bit True Color setting or the highest setting available at all times.

I f the color in your images seems "false" or "jumpy," especially after you have played a game or run a video-intensive program, check the color depth setting and return it to 32-bit True Color, if necessary.

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1.

I n Windows XP, click Start, then click Control Panel. The Control Panel window opens. If your Control Panel is in Category View, click

Appearance and Themes.

-

OR

-

I n Windows 2000, click Start, Settings, then click Control Panel. The

Control Panel

window opens.

2.

Click/Double-click the Display icon. The Display Properties dialog box opens.

3.

Click the Settings tab.

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4.

Click the arrow button to open the Color quality or Colors list, then click the color depth you want.

5.

To save your changes in Windows XP, click OK, then click

Yes.

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To save your changes in Windows 2000, click OK, then click OK again

Help and

For more information about adjusting monitor

support

settings in Windows XP, click Start, then click Help

and Support.

Type the keyword changing display settings in the HelpSpot Search the arrow. box

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Adjusting the screen resolution

You can change the screen resolution to a size you prefer. For example, you can increase the resolution to fit more icons on your desktop, or you can decrease the resolution to make reading and identifying objects on the monitor easier. The higher the resolution, the smaller individual components of the screen (such as icons and menu bars) appear.

To change the screen resolution:

1.

I n Windows XP, click Start, then click Control Panel. The

Control Panel

window opens. I f your Control Panel is in Category View, click

Appearance and Themes.

-

OR

-

I n Windows 2000, click Start, Settings, then click Control Panel. The

Control Panel

window opens.

2.

Click/Double-click the Display icon. The

Display Properties

dialog box opens.

3. Click the Settings tab.

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Drag the Screen resolution or Screen area slider to the size you prefer.

5.

To save your changes in Windows XP, click

OK,

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To save your changes in Windows 2000, click OK, then click

OK

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Help and support

For more information about adjusting screen resolution in Windows

XP, click

Start,

then click

Help and Support.

Type the keyword

changing screen resolution

in the HelpSpot

Search

box

k * ~ h

@

click the arrow.

Video modes

The monitor supports several video modes. Best screen resolution is:

1

FPD 1530 - 1024 x 768

P

FPD 1730

-

1280

X

1024

a

FPD 1830

-

1280 x 1024

FPD 1930

-

1280

X

1024

The supported video modes are:

Screen Resolution

Horizontal Frequency Vertical Frequency

(display mode)

1 640 x 480 31.47 kHz

60

Hz

4

7

8

5

6

I

800 x 600

800 x 600

1024 x 768

1024 x 768

1280 x

1024

31.47 kHz

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*w(IIyIII

37.88 kHz --

-**

46.88 kHz

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48.36 kHz

61.12 kHz

63.98 kHz

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*-*

70

--.,,,_-

Hz

60

Hz

--Ix.uII*I--Ix*

75

Hz

60

Hz

75

Hz

60

Hz

*-_

If

you do not use the best mode for the monitor, the display image may look slightly "fuzzy" or may have a black border around the edges.

Power management

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As an ENERGY [email protected] Partner, Gateway has determined that this product meets the ENERGY STAR guidelines for energy efficiency.

This monitor complies with the EPA‘s International ENERGY STAR Program, which is a program designed to encourage manufacturers of computer equipment to build circuitry into their products to reduce energy consumption during time of non-use.

Energy declaration

When connected to a computer that supports the VESA Display Power

Management Signaling (DPMS) Protocol, this monitor can conserve significant energy by reducing power consumption during periods of non-use. When your computer goes into the energy saving mode, the monitor will then enter the

Active Off mode (different from total shut down). I n the Active Off mode the

Power LED will still show amber.

Use these conventions and the power can be reduced to the following levels:

VESA State LED Indicator Power Consumption

On Green

’ V _ i

-_-

-as

e*,,-

1

--_*.,

1

r_L

Active Off Amber

FPD 1530

-

<35

W

FPD 1730

-

<45 W

FPD 1830

-

<55

W

FPD 1930

-

<45 W

--.--

1,^-_4

All models

-

2 W

--

To “wake” the monitor when it is in Active Off mode, move your mouse or press any keyboard key.

Access the power management options in the Control Panel to change the period of time after which the monitor enters these low power states.

Maintenance

To keep the monitor in optimal working order:

Do not

block the ventilation holes. fii Do not expose the monitor to rain or use near water.

a

Keep the monitor away from radiators or heat vents.

Keep the monitor out of direct sunlight.

To clean the monitor, use a soft cloth lightly moistened with water only. Wipe the cabinet, screen, and controls.

Caution Do not use any type of abrasive pad or glass cleaner. You will permanently scratch the screen.

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Troubleshooting

section may help you solve them.

Important

Make sure that the monitor has warmed up for approximately

30 minutes before making any judgments about the picture quality.

No power

Make sure that the power cord is connected correctly to both the back of the monitor and the wall outlet. For more information about connecting the power cord, see Connecting the monitor.

No picture

I

is connected correctly to both the back of the monitor and the wall outlet. For more information about connecting the power cord, see Connecting the monitor.

Ly

Make sure that the video cable is connected securely to the back of the monitor and your computer. For more information about connecting the video cable, see Connecting the monitor.

Make sure that the monitor power button is turned on.

I f the power LED is amber:

Make sure that your computer is turned on.

a$

Move the mouse or press any key on the keyboard to bring the monitor out of Active Off mode.

ai

Restart your computer with the monitor turned on.

*

Make sure that the video cable is not damaged.

ry

Check the video port and the end of the video cable for any pins that might be bent or pushed in. ifill Turn off the monitor and unplug the video cable from the back of your computer. Turn the monitor back on and wait for ten seconds. I f the monitor is functioning correctly, a self-diagnostic screen appears. For more information about connecting the video cable, see Connecting the monitor.

Display colors are wrong

a

Press the

AUTOlSET

or

AUTO

button, depending on the monitor model, to automatically adjust the display image to the ideal settings. For more information, see External controls.

a

Restart your computer with the monitor turned on.

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Make sure that the video cable is connected securely to the back of the monitor and your computer. For more information about connecting the video cable, see Connecting the monjtor. ysl

Make sure that the video cable is not damaged.

Check the video port and the end of the video cable for any pins that might be bent or pushed in.

Picture has shadows or "ghosts"

Press the

AUTOlSET

or

AUTO

button, depending on the monitor model, to automatically adjust the display image to the ideal settings. For more information, see External controls.

111 Remove any extension cables or switchboxes.

Kl Make sure that the video cable is connected securely to the back of the monitor and your computer. For more information about connecting the video cable, see

Coenecting the monitor.

Make sure that the video cable is not damaged.

Check the video port and the end of the video cable for any pins that might be bent or pushed in.

Color is not uniform

ill Make sure that the monitor warms up for at least

30 minutes before making a final judgment about color uniformity or brightness.

@i

AUTOlSET

or

AUTO

button, depending on the monitor model, to automatically adjust the display image to the ideal settings. For more information, see External controls.

Image

is not sized or centered correctly

iii Press the

AUTOlSET

or

AUTO

button, depending on the monitor model, to automatically adjust the display image to the ideal settings. For more information,

see

...

Externa!._contro!s.

Use the position controls to adjust the image. For instructions on how to adjust the display image position,

see

...

Ac!justlng

mp_nlto

The monitor has pixels that are always dark or too bright

This condition is normal and inherent in the TIT technology used in active- matrix

LCD screens. Gateway's inspection standards keep these to a minimum.

I f you feel these pixels are unacceptably numerous or dense on your display, contact Gateway Technical Support to identify whether a repair or replacement is justified based on the number of pixels affected.

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Specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation.

Monitor

15-inch active-matrix TFT (Thin Film Transistor)

LCD

Best screen io24 x

768 resolution

Display

Over

16

million colors

colors

Power input

AC

100-240 V 50/60

Hz

0.6

A

Power consumption

Normal operation:

<35 W

Dimensions

Power

Active Off operation:

2 W

14.96

x

8.07 x 14.45 inches

(W x

D x

H)

38.0

x 20.5 x 36.7

cm)

(W x

D x

H)

Meets EPA Energy [email protected] and VESA DPMS

management

requirements

Certifications

UL, cUL, EPA, NOM, and FCC Class B

Many products for Gateway and products. its subsidiaries are custom engineered by our suppliers to Gateway specifications and may vary from similarly marketed

FPD

1730

Specifications

Specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation.

Monitor

17-inch active-matrix

LCD

TFT (Thin Film Transistor)

Best screen

1280 x io24 resolution

Display colors

Over

16

million colors

Power input

AC

100

-

240

V

50/60

A

Power consumption

Normal operation:

c 4 5 W

Dimensions

Active Off operation:

2 W

16.14

x

8.07 x 16.496 inches (W x

D x

H)

41.0 x 20.5 x 41.9

cm

(W x

D x

H)

Power

Meets EPA Energy [email protected] and VESA DPMS

management

requirements

Certifications

UL, cUL, EPA, NOM, and FCC Class B

Many products for Gateway and suppliers products. its subsidiaries are custom engineered by our to

Gateway specifications and may vary from similarly marketed

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FPD

1830

Specifications

Specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation.

Monitor

18-inch active-matrix

TFT (Thin Film Transistor)

LC D

Best screen

1280 x

1024

resolution

Display colors

Over 16 million colors

Power input

AC

100

-

240 V 50/60 Hz 1.0 A

Power consumption

Normal operation: <55 W

Active Off operation: <2 W a t AC 115 V

Dimensions

17.40 x

8.07 x

16.89 inches (W x

D x

H)

44.2 x

20.5 x

42.9 cm (W x

D x

H)

Power

Meets EPA Energy [email protected] and VESA DPMS

management

requirements

Certifications

UL, cUL, EPA, NOM, and FCC Class

8

Many products for Gateway and its subsidiaries are custom engineered by our suppliers to Gateway specifications and may vary from similarly marketed products.

FPD

1930 Specifications

Specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation.

Monitor

19-inch active-matrix TFT (Thin Film Transistor)

LCD

Bestscreen

1280 x 1024

resolution

Display colors

Over 16 million colors

Power input

AC

100

-

240

V

50/60

HZ

1.0

A

Power consumption

Normal operation: <45 W

Active

Off operation: 2 W

Dimensions

18.0

X

8.0

x 17.5 inches (W x

D

x

H)

45.72 x 20.32 x

44.45 c m (W x

D x

H)

Power

Meets EPA Energy [email protected] and VESA DPMS

management

requirements

Certifications

UL, cUL, EPA, NOM, and FCC Class B

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UNITED STATES INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISSION

WASHINGTON, D.C.

In the Matter of:

Certain Personal Computers, Monitors,

A n d

Components Thereof

Investigation No. 337-TA-

EXHIBIT

TO

COMPLAINT O F

INC.

NONCONFIDENTIAL VERSION

CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION REDACTED

FROM

2,3

AND

4

UNITED STATES INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISSION

WASHINGTON, D.C.

In

the Matter of:

Certain Personal Computers, Server

Computers, Projectors, Monitors,

And

Components Thereof

Investigation

No.

337-TA-

DECLARATION

OF

SHANE

HARTNETT

I,

Shane Hartnett, hereby declare as follows:

I.

I am a Vice President at Gateway, Inc. (collectively, including wholly owned subsidiaries, referred to as “Gateway”). The facts set forth in this declaration are based on my personal knowledge or present understanding and I would competently testify as to these facts if called upon to do so.

2.

I have held the position of Vice President since 1999 and, throughout that time, have been responsible for Operations. I am familiar with aspects of Gateway’s business relating to personal computers, including notebook and media center computers sold under the “Gateway” name.

3. computer

Gateway designs, develops, manufactures, sells and services personal

Among its PC products are Model M675 notebooks and Model 5 10 media center computers.

4.

PUBLIC

VERSiQM

In

the United States, Gateway leases facilities in Poway,

CA of

approximately 125,000 square feet that are used as Gateway’s corporate headquarters.

Facilities are also used by Gateway, as follows: Lakewood, CO (59,000 square feet leased for Information Technology and support center); Kansas City, MO (222,000 square feet owned for administrative, sales and customer support work); North Sioux

City,

SD (857,000 square feet owned and 60,000 square feet leased for production facility, customer sales and support center, training center, administrative, manufacture, warehouse and customer pick-up space); and Sioux Falls,

SD (213,000 square feet owned for consumer sales and fulfillment of orders for add-on PC components). Gateway presently employs approximately 2000 people in these various facilities.

As described below, a portion of these facilities and Gateway employees, as well as other United States facilities and the persons employed there, are involved in activities pertaining to the products at issue in this investigation, including Model 675 notebook computers and

Model 5 10 media center computers.

5.

In

conjunction with various business partners, Gateway carries out product planning, design and relevant engineering activities relating to Gateway’s PCs, including the Model

675 notebook and Model

5

10 media center computers, at Gateway’s

North Sioux City,

SD facilities. These activities involve [

I

engineers and [ ] technicians that, in conjunction with Gateway’s business partners, identify and select appropriate components, test and qualify systems, and install and modify software for use in the subject PCs. Additionally, these personnel continue to monitor, test and support the subject PCs after manufacturing has

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commenced. The salaries of these personnel annually are [ average.

6.

It is estimated that [ ] square feet of space is presently used at Gateway’s North Sioux City, SD facilities by the aforedescribed engineers and technicians for their activities related to notebook and media center computers. When underway, their activities in that regard utilize all of the aforedescribed square footage.

7.

Gateway’s notebook and media center computers are primarily manufactured overseas. However, certain notebook (including Model 675) and media center (including Model

5

10) computer components are shpped by the respective overseas manufacturer to Gateway, or to a Gateway vendor, in the United States for assembly per a customer’s order. For example, a Model 675 notebook computer for a unique customer request concerning a disk drive with larger memory capacity than standard would be sent to such a facility for final configuration and assembly prior to delivery to the customer. Such customized products are commonly referred to as

“Configure-To-Order” or “CTO” products.

8.

Certain models of Gateway notebook computers that are manufactured overseas, including the Model 675 notebook computer, are configured-to-order at

Gateway’s North Sioux City,

SD facilities. [ ] units of Gateway’s

Model 675 notebook computers were configured-to-order in 2003 in this manner, with another [

] units in 2004 (year-to-date). This CTO activity involves an average of [

] persons, including technicians, at Gateway’s North Sioux City, SD facility, with combined salaries paid in 2004 (year-to-date) of [

I.

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9.

The activities and personnel described in Paragraph

Gateway’s North Sioux City,

SD facility of [

PUBLIC VERSION

8 utilize space at

] square feet. Of that total, [ ] square feet is specifically involved in manufacturing of products, with the other space used for inventory, storage and other activities necessary t o support a manufacturing and selling operation.

10. Certain models of Gateway media center computers, including the Model

5 10 media center computer, are assembled by a third party [

] under contract to Gateway. The assembly activity relating to Gateway’s Model 5 10 media center computer is undertaken at [

J

facility [

I.

In2003,

-

] units of Model 5 10 media center computers were manufactured in this manner and, in 2004 (year-to-date), [ center computers have been manufactured by [

] units of Model 5 10 media

I.

11. It is estimated that the [ ] facility of [ ] is

[

] square feet, and work by [ ] relating to Model media center computers (as well as other products) occurs within that facility.

5 10

12. The foregoing information describes activities as presently occurring in the United States by and for Gateway.

In

connection with Gateway’s recent acquisition of eMachines, changes are being considered that may affect the nature and scope of the activities as here described. To my knowledge, plans have not been finalized at this time regarding any such changes.

I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the United States that the foregoing is true and correct.

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Executed this

,&day

of

-5-

2004.

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UNITED STATES INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISSION

WASHINGTON, D.C.

In the Matter of:

Certain Personal Computers, Monitors,

And

Components Thereof

Investigation No. 337-TA-

EXHIBIT

TO

COMPLAINT

OF INC.

NONCONFIDENTIAL VERSION

CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION REDACTED

2

AND

3

UNITED

STATES INTERNATLONAL

TRADE

COMMISSION

WASHINGTON, D.C.

In

the Matter

o f

Certaiu Personal

Computers, Monitors,

And

Components

Thereof

Investigation No.

337-TA-

.-

DECLARATION

OF

ANTHONY OLSON

1.

Anthony

Olson, hcrcby

declare

as

follows:

1.

I am

Vice

President

of

Engineering

at

Gateway,

Inc.

(collectively,

including wholly o w e d subsidiarics.

referred

to as “Catcway”).

The facts

sct Iorth in

this

declaration arc

bascd

on

my personal knowledge

or

present undcrsimding and 1 would

competently testifL as

to thcse

Fwts

if

called

upon to do

so.

2.

I

have been Vicc

President

of

hgincering

since

mid-2000 and was

previously Dircctor

or

Engineering

sincc

February

1994.

Throughout

nearly a1

I

that

time,

I have

been

responsible for

Engineering

Product

Developmcnt

across all

Gateway

products.

I

am

familiar

with

aspccts

of

Gateway’s business

relating to

personal

computer peripheral products, irrcluding monitors sold

under thc “Gateway” namc.

PUBLIC

VERSION

3.

Gatcway engineers, qualifies,

sells and

scrvices

personal

cornputcrs

(“PC’s’’)

and related

peripheral products

in

the

United States, itself and

wilh various business partners. Among

such

peripheral products

are

Model FPDl730

4 .

Tn

the

United States,

Gatcway leases facilities

in

Poway,

approximately 125,000 square

feet that

are

used as

Gatcway’s corporate

headquarters.

Facilities

arc

also used by

Gateway,

as

follows: Lakewood,

CO

(59,000

square

feet

leased

for

Information Tcchnology and support ccntcr); Kansas

City,

MO

(222,000 sqmre feet owned for administrative,

sales and

customcr support

work);

‘North

Sioux

City, SI) (857,000

square

feet

owned

and

60,000

square feet lcascd

fbr

production facilily, customer sales and

support

center, training ccnter, adrninistrativc, mrmufacturc, warehouse and customer pick-up

space); md Sioux

Falls,

SD

(213,000

square fect owned

for consumer

sales

and fulfillment

ol’

for add-on

PC comnponcnts).

Gateway presently employs

apptoxirnateIy

2000 pcople in these various

facililies.

As

described

bclow, a

portion

of

thesc facilities

and

Gateway cmployees are involved

in

activities pertaining

to

the products at

issue

in

this

investigation, including Model

I’PD

1730

monitors.

5.

In con,junction with various business partners,

Gateway

cnrrics

out enginccring and qualification activities: relating to Gateway’s monitors, including

Model

FPDl730,

These acthitics involve [

1 engineers

and

1

I technicians, The salarics

of

these

personncl annually are

[

3

011

averagc.

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PUBLIC VERSION

5.

T h e

specific personnel

assigncd

to

work on

engineering

and qualification

activities

relating to

Gatcway's monitors is task-oricntcd, and

varies from

projcct-to- projcct.

However. tbe

personnel

doing such work

are fiom

amongst

thc [

engineers

and

[

I

J

tcchnicians

described

above as

working

a1

times

on Gatcway's

monitors.

I

estimate

that, ovcr the

past year,

there has

been the

equivalent

of

at

least

[

1

cngineors aid

[ ]

technicians

working i'ull-time

on cnginccring and qualification

activities relating to

Gateway's

monitors.

7 7

[

J

square

feet of space is

presently

uscd

ai

Gateway's

North

Sioux

City,

SD

facilities by

the

aforedcscribed

engineers

and kchnicians for

their

activities

related to

monitors. W h e n

underway,

their

activitics

ill that rcgard

utilize

all

of

the

dorcdcscribed

square

footagc.

8.

Currenil

y,

the

annual budget for

engineering and

qualification

activities

occurring at Gateway's

South

Dakota facility

for

nioiiitors

is

[

I-

9. The

foregoing

information dcscribes

activities

as presently

occurring

in the

Uiiited

Stattcs

by

and for

Gateway. In

connection with

Gateway's rcccnt

acquisition

o f

eMachines,

chaiiges may bc

implemented that might aFfect

thc

nature

and scopc

ol'the

activities as

here

described.

To

my

knowledge,

plans:

have not bccn lindized at

this

lime regarding

any such

changes.

I

declare undcr

penalty

of

perjury

under

the

laws

orthe

United States that

the n

- 3 -

foregoing

is true and correct.

Exccutcd this

1

@'' OF

June,

2004.

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