LG | LP60-66PR | LG LP60-72RA Owner’s Manual

User's Guide
Model
:
LP 60
User's
guide
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Important Safety Instructions
Selecting
a
place
to work
Using the battery pack
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Replacing the backup (standby) battery
Connecting
to
an
AC power
source
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Using the computer
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Using the computer
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Upgrading the computer
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Carrying and storing the computer
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Preventing data loss (handling hard disk drives)
A correct pose of your
For Australian Users
Laser
compliance
Overview
Package
body and using head
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statement
Rear view
LCD
display of notebook
PC
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view
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Status indicators
Basics
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Opening and Closing
Right
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Components of Notebook PC
Left view
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contents
Front view
set
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Using the battery pack
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Using the AC adapter
1. Connecting the AC adapter to an AC outlet (100~240V)
2. Connecting the AC adapter to the notebook PC.
3. Opening and positioning the LCD display.
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Power On
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Registration Window
Turning on the computer
Turning off the computer
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Using Windows
XP
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Overview..................................................................................................... 41
Help and Support
Windows XP desktop
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Start
menu
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Changing the look of the Start menu
Changing the pinned items in the Start menu
Showing the recently used items on the Start
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Control Panel
Setting
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menu
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up Local Area Network
(LAN)
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connections.............................................. 46
Changing the Themes and Desktop background
Using the Windows Classic Theme...................................................................
Using a different theme
Changing the desktop background
Setting the Screen Saver
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Taskbar....................................................................................................... 50
Desktop cleanup...........................................................................................
Using the Power Options................................................................................
Power Options Properties
Power Options Properties
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Advanced tab............................................................................................... 54
Power Meter
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System Hibernation
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Attaching external devices
Attaching a USB device
Attaching a television using an S-Video port
Attaching an external monitor
Attaching an IEEE 1394 device
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Using Wireless LAN
Connecting and using the wireless network
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Using
IP
Operator
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Miser....................................................................................... 63
Using Battery
Input/Output
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Using the keyboard.......................................................................................
About the keyboard
Modifier and special function keys
65
Hot
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keys
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Using the touch pad
Moving the pointer on the screen
Making the selection (Click)
Double-click (Run)........................................................................................
Drag and drop..............................................................................................
Using the scroll up/down function
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System Setup..............................................................................................
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Starting the system setup..............................................................................
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Keys used in the system setup
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Setting a password
Change Supervisor Password..........................................................................
Change User Password
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Boot Password
82
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Changing
or
Required
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removing the password................................................................
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Setting Load Optimal Defaults
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System Recovery.......................................................................................... 86
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Using Full Recovery
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Driver re-installation
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Storage/Memory.........................................................................................
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Using the optical disk drive
Inserting a CD
Removing a CD
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Playing an audio CD
Using Windows Media Player
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Using
Power DVD
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Using SD Memory Card
Inserting SD Memory Card.............................................................................
Removing the SD Memory Card
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Using Memory Stick (SONY)
Inserting Memory Stick
Removing the SD Memory Card
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Using PC Card
Inserting PC Card
Removing PC Card
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Expanding
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memory....................................................................................... 99
About memory
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Before installing memory
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Purchasing memory .....................................................................................100
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Installing
memory .......................................................................................100
Features.................................................................................................... 103
Model ........................................................................................................103
Processor ...................................................................................................103
Memory .....................................................................................................103
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BIOS ROM ..................................................................................................103
Storage devices...........................................................................................103
External I/O Interfaces .................................................................................104
Display ......................................................................................................104
Sound........................................................................................................104
LAN ...........................................................................................................104
Modem ......................................................................................................104
Power
specification...................................................................................
105
AC
Adapter (Free Voltage) ............................................................................105
Battery pack (Li-Ion) ...................................................................................105
Charging time .............................................................................................105
Battery Life ................................................................................................105
Back-up battery
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Operating environment
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Operating ...................................................................................................106
Non-operating.............................................................................................106
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User's
guide
Thank you for using the LG products.
LG has manufactured and tested this
product
to
provide
you with
a
reliable
computing
environment.
Please read this manual
The
following signs call
the
user.
to the
carefully before using the computer.
attention to features and
Follow the instruction
closely
to
operations that may be dangerous to
reduce the risk of physical harm or damage
equipment.
Danger: Not following the instruction will result
serious injury.
Warning:
injury.
Not
following the
in
instruction could result in death
Caution: Not
following the instruction could result
injury and/or damage to the product.
Microsoft, MS, WinPE, and Windows
are
immediate death
in minor
or
or
serious
or
moderate
trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation in the
United States and/or other countries.
"Memory Stick" and
are
the trademarks of the Sony Corporation.
is the trademark of LG.
Copyright
2003 LG
Electronics, Inc., DigitalMate Co., Ltd.
Information in this manual may include technical inaccuracies or typographical errors.
Images in this manual are for illustrative purposes only and may be different from the
actual
products.
product without
LG
reserves
the
rights
to make
notice.
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improvements and/or changes
to the
Reproducing any of the information contained in this publication without written
permission is prohibited.
Your computer complies with the radio frequency and safety standards for all of the
countries and regions in which it has been approved for wireless use.
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Important Safety Instructions
These
instructions will
enjoyment from the product.
Set up your computer on a flat, stable surface. (LG is not responsible for the problems
and damages caused by incorrect use of the computer in an unsafe environment.)
safety
Selecting
a
place
ensure
many years of safe
to work
Warning
Do not operate your computer
The computer may not function
near
water; for example, in
properly, and there
room
Safely dispose of the packing materials, such
Children may swallow desiccant
or
as
(50
95) degrees
~
desiccant and
suffocate from
bathroom
or
near a
is the risk of electric shock.
Operate your computer
temperture, range of
degrees C and 20 to 80% of relative humidity.
at
a
F
(10
35)
~
plastic bags.
plastic bags.
Caution
Keep your computing environment clean and free of dust.
There is the risk of disfunction to the computer.
Keep your computer away from electromagnetic fields.
Exposing to the electromagnetic field may result in loss of data
and/or damage to the Liquid Crystal Display(LCD).
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in the hard disk drive
space around the computer for
ventilation. The computer may overheat and result in fire or injuries.
Do
block the fan louvers and
not
Using
the
leave
enough
battery pack
Warning
only the battery paack that is recommended by LG.
Using a battery pack of a different type may result in explosion.
Use
Keep metallic objects, such
keys and clips, away from the battery pack.
Objects that conduct electricity can short-circuit the battery pack and result
and/or injuries.
as
in fire
Keep the battery pack away from heat.
There is the risk of
explosion
or
fire.
Do not short-circuit
There is
battery terminals.
the risk of explosion.
subject the battery pack
C). There is the risk of explosion
Do not
Keep the battery pack
There is the risk of
to
temperatures above (140 degrees F) (60 degrees
or
fire.
out of reach of children.
injury and damage
battery pack in the
the risk of fire or damage
to the
battery pack.
Do not put the
water.
There is
to the batter
Be cautious when
pack.
handling the keen part of the battery pack hook.
It may be harmful.
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Lock the Notebook locker at the bottom surface.
There is the risk of
Replacing
the
damage
to the
battery.
backup (standby) battery
Warning
If the back up
The lithium
handled,
or
battery
is not
properly replaced, there
batterry contains lithium and
disposed of.
Replace only
with
a
can
is the risk of
explode
battery of the type recommended by
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explosion.
if it is not
LG.
properly used,
to
Connecting
AC power
an
source
Warning
Do not
use
loosend
or
damaged
power
There is the risk of electric shock
or
plugs.
fire.
properly grounded outlet.
Connecting the computer to an outlet without
shock and damages to your computer.
Use
Do not touch
or
grab the
power
plug
proper
grounding
may result in electric
with wet hands.
There is the risk of electric shock.
Hold the
There is
plug body when removing the power cord from
the risk of fire and damages to the computer.
an
outlet.
Use your computer at the proper
Using
If
inappropriate
an
you
hear
a
immediately, and
noise
from
contact
There is the risk of fire
Make
power
or
a
voltage/current level indicated.
might cause severe damage to your computer
the
outlet, unplug the
Technical Support for help.
power
cord
or
cord
electric shock.
the power plug fits
Loose fit may result in fire.
snugly
Do not bend the power cord
or
sure
into the electrical outlet.
place
a
heavy object
on
cord out of reach of children.
Damaged
power
power cord may result in electric shock
or
fire.
Keep the power cord and plug clean and free of dust.
There is the risk of fire.
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top of it. Keep the power
If you find liquid absorbed into your computer, remove power cord, battery, and any
other cables from your computer, and contact a Technical Service for help.
There is the risk of electric
Before
shock, fire,
cleaning the computer,
remove
from your computer.
There is the risk of electric shock
the
Using
or
damage
or
power
damage
to the
computer.
cord, battery, and
to the
any other cables
computer.
computer
Warning
To clean your computer,
use
mild
detergent
Using the computer without completely drying
During
a
lightning storm,
remove
the computer.
There is the risk of electric shock
or
computer cleaning products. Make
it may result in electric shock
cord, telephone line, and
spill water, chemicals,
Do not try to connect modem
or
If you
drop
your computer,
liquid of
or
to
any kind
a
on
multi-line
or
fire.
telephone.
fire.
remove
the power cord and
Technical support for help.
There is the risk of electric shock or fire.
contact
fire.
fire.
directly
There is the risk of electric shock
or
LAN cable from
the computer.
of any kind absorbed into your computer may result in electric shock
Do not
Liquid
the power
or
a
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battery pack, and then
Do not
use or
place
your computer
heat, sparks,
near
or
other
sources
of
ignition.
There is the risk of fire.
If you smell smoke from the computer or adaptor, turn off the computer,
power cord, and then contact a Technical support for help.
There is the risk of fire.
The fluorescent
lamp
in the LCD contains
into eyes or the other
wash it out several times with clean water and get medical help
parts of your body,
contact
Using
Poison Control Center
a
the
the
Mercury..
Avoid direct contact when LCD monitor is broken. If it
or
remove
spills
immediately.
computer
Caution
object, such as a pen or clip, on the keyboard.
Do not leave any object on the keyboard when you close the
screen may be damaged.
Do not touch or scratch the LCD with sharp objects.
Your LCD may be damaged.
Do not
Make
place
sure
an
to turn off the
The computer may
Do not
give
computer before you close the LCD
overheat,
or
excessive pressure
be
on
Do not
damage
place objects
to the
cover.
damaged.
the LCD. LCD is
Follow the instructions in the User's
There is the risk of
LCD cover, your LCD
guide.
computer.
into the PC Card slot.
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fragile, made of glass.
There is the risk of electric shock
Upon completion of any service
or
or
fire.
repairs, ask service technician
to
perform safety
checks.
Ignoring safety checks
may result in electric shock
Use the Wireless LAN at least 5m away from
When using the Wireless LAN near a plasma
The connection may be unavailable
or
using external device, make
microwave
lamp,
a
a
risk of
Do not insert
Your
damage
to your
damaged CD-ROM
computer may be damaged.
a
sure
you have the
computer.
or
use
plasma lamp.
the channel 11, 12, or 13.
oven or
risk of fire.
your computer.
There is
fire.
slow.
Keep the computer away from heat.
The computer may deform and there is
When
a
or
floppy disk.
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right device, compatable
to
Upgrading
the
computer
Warning
Before
disassembling the computer for upgraing
There is the risk of electric shock
contact
Technical Support for
a
or
purposes, turn off the power and
fire. If you need to disassemble your computer,
help.
and other small parts out of reach of children.
Children may choke on a screw or other small part. If a child swallows
get medical help.
Keep
screws
a
small part,
Caution
Do not attempt to disassemble or modify your computer without consulting with
Technical Support. If necessary, Use only the parts that are approved by LG.
a
There is the risk of electric shock.
Consult with
non-LG
There is
a
Technical Support before
connecting
product.
a
risk of
damage
to the
computer.
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or
using the computer
with any
and
Carrying
storing
the
computer
Caution
Before
moving the computer,
You may fall
When
over
turn the power off and
remove
all the cables.
the loosend cables.
airplane, follow the instructions by a flight attendant.
Using the computer on an airplane may result in an accident.
traveling
on an
Do not carry your computer,
Do not
use
Prolonged
leaving
your computer in direct
exposure to
high
LCD
screen
open.
closed area, such as inside a
temperatures may deform the computer and also
sunlight
in
result in fire.
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a
car.
Preventing
data loss
(handling
hard disk
drives)
Caution
Be cautious when
handling the hard disk drive.
The hard disk drive is very delicate to any physical impact. Always make backup files
for your data. LG is not responsible for the data lose caused by users.
The data
damaged in the following situations:
1. Exposure to a physical shock during the disassembling or installing process.
2. The computer is reset (rebooted), for example by power outage, while the
hard disk drive is operating.
on
your hard disk itself may be
3. A computer virus is detected on your computer.
4. Your computer has accidentally been turned off
5. A
physical damage
on
your
during operation.
computer while the computer is operating.
To prevent data loss due to hard disk drive
LG is not
damages, always backup
responsible for the loss of data.
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your data.
A correct pose of your
body
and
using
head set
Warning
Adjust
an
angle for
LCD
to avoid reflections from enviromental
screen
The top portion of the LCD
screen
Keep your head and neck in
should be
your chair to
Sitting
on a
to your
chair in
keep
a
arms
your
wrong
below your eye level.
upright position.
an
Keep your forearms, wrists, and hands in
Adjust
on or
a
horizontal position.
and hands in
position for
a
a
comfortable position.
long period of
discomfort
time may
cause
No
than 2 hours of
body.
with your computer.
is recommended.
Take short breaks while
computing
per
day
working
Stretch often to reduce muscular discomfort.
Check the volume
level, when using head
Check if the volume level is too
Do not
light.
use
the head set for
a
set.
high before using head
prolonged period of
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time.
set.
more
For Australian Users
Warning
For
safety
reasons,
only
equipment with a telecommunications compliance
equipment previously labelled or certified.
connect
label. This includes customer
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Laser
An
compliance
statement
optical disk drive (device), such
DVD±RW drive which
classification label is
can
on
as
a
DVD-ROM,
be installed in this unit is
the surface of the drive
as
a
DVD/CD-RW COMBO,
laser
product. The driver's
shown below.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
LASER KLASSE 1
LUOKAN 1 LASERLAITE
APPAREIL A LASER DE CLASSE 1
KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT
The drive is certified
by the manufacturer
with the
requirements of the
Department of Health and Human Services 21 Code of Federal Regulations (DHHS
21 CFR) Subchapter J for Class I laser products at the date of manufacture.
In other
to
comply
countries, the drive is certified to conform
and EN60825 for Class 1 laser products.
to the
requirements of IEC825
DANGER
Do not open the
optical disk drive unit: no user adjustments or serviceable parts are
inside. Use of controls, adjustments, or the performance of procedures other than
those specified might result in hazardous radiation exposure.
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Overview
Package
The
contents
following
items
are
with the items in your
included in this
package.
package. Match the
items below
Some items may look different from the
pictures.
LP 60
User's
guide
Software installation CD
Battery pack
Modem cable
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power cord
/ AC adapter (120W)
Note:
Battery is consumable,
so
its
capacity and lifetime will gradually decrease.
Caution
When
cleaning your computer, use cleaning products manufactured specifically for
computing equipment. Using abrasive chemicals, such as paint thinner, benzene, or
alcohol, may damage your computer.
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Components of Notebook PC
Learning the components and their functions helps
more efficiently.
you
use
the computer
Front view
Windows Media Player button
Wireless
LAN
Wireless
(option)
LAN
Volume up
button
(option)
LCD
Volume down
Internet
button
activation button
Outlook Express
button
Search button
Power button
Keyboard
TouchPad
TouchPad button
Built-in
Built-in
Speakers
Speakers
Note:
Pressing the Volume
up and down buttons at the
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same
time mutes the sound.
Opening
and
Closing
LCD
display
of notebook PC
Push the latch button in the direction of the
the direction of the
arrow
arrow
1, and open the display panel
as
2.
Adjust an angle of the display for comfortable viewing. After using notebook PC,
gently close display until you hear a click.
1
2
2
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Rear view
Note:
Images below
may look different from the actual
products.
Fan louvers
Microphone jack
Security keyhole
Modem port
Power
jack
LAN
S-Video connector
port
Headphone jack
USB device port
VGA port
Security keyhole: User can attach a separately purchased chain lock
security keyhole which is to prevent a note book theft.
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into
the
Left view
4-in-1 PC card
CF Card
slot(SD/MMC/
Memory stick/Memory stick pro)
eject button
CF Card slot
Fan louvers
IEEE 1394
PC Card
port
eject
button
USB port
PC Card slot
Right view
DVD-ROM Drive / COMBO Drive
/
(DVD/CD-RW)
Emergency
eject hole
DVD±RW Drive
Emergency eject hole: Insert a thin
can open the disc tray manually.
Note:
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Optical drive eject button
and hard pin into this hole, and
you
Your computer has
built-in DVD-ROM, DVD/CD-RW COMBO, DVD±RW Drive
depending on your model. Speed of DVD-ROM, DVD/CD-RW COMBO,
DVD±RW Drive depends on model.
a
Status indicators
1234
5
6
7
1.AC Power indicater
2.Wireless LAN On indicater
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3.Caps Lock:
Caps lock indicator is on when the Caps lock key is pressed. When this indicator
is on, you can type capital letters without pressing the Shift key.
4.Num lock:
Num lock indicator is
when the combination of the Fn and Num lock
on
pressed. When this indicator
indicator
5.Drive in
Drive in
disk
or
is on, you can use internal
not be used when disabled from BIOS set up.
can
keypad.
Num
use
indicator is
on
optical disk drive.
on
when data is
being
written to
or
Do not turn off the power when this indicator is on,
your computer
can
be lost.
Below is how the LED would behave in different situations.
-
Off: System is
On: System is
powered off, or in hibernation mode.
powered by AC adapter or battery pack.
Blinking: System is in standby mode.
7.The Battery Pack LED:
Below is how the LED would behave in different situations.
-
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On: Battery
pack
is
being recharged.
Blinking:
Battery pack is consuming down to 10% level.
Battery pack is waiting for recharge when battery temperature is
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lock
read from the hard
6.The Power On LED:
-
is
use:
data you have stored
-
key
high after discharge.
Battery pack error.
Off: Battery pack is not under recharge.
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too
Basics
This section describes how to
adapter
section
the basic features of your notebook PC. An AC
is needed to supply power to your notebook PC. Read this
use
battery pack
before using the notebook
or
PC because it describes how to
step by step.
Using
the
battery pack
The
battery pack must be fully charged before first
(Refer to Page 33 "Using the AC adapter")
time
use.
Caution
You must turn off the power before replacing the battery pack.
Use the battery pack that comes with your notebook PC only.
1.
Turn the computer
over so
that the
battery slot faces
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up.
use
the notebook PC
2.
Place the
battery pack in the battery slot, and align the two protrusions
battery pack with the two slits on the side of the battery slot.
3.
Gently push the battery pack into the slot until it clicks.
battery pack is inserted.
Please lock the battery pack in place by sliding the latch
If you hear
on
the
a
on
the
click, the
battery pack
in
the direction shown below.
If you don't lock the
out from the slot.
4.
Connect the AC
battery latch
adapter and
on
the
battery, the battery pack
open the LCD
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panel.
Start
can
come
charging the battery.
(Refer
5.
6.
to
Page 33 "Using the AC adapter")
Check the
battery status indicator.
If the battery is fully charged, the indicator is turned off.
To remove the battery pack,
(1) Unlock the left battery latch to the right until it clicks
(2) Slide the right battery latch to the right and hold; then take the battery pack
out of the slot.
Caution
When you
using the computer for a long time, the battery pack can be selfdischarged and damage to the notebook PC. Remove and store the battery pack at
the cool place.
are
not
Note:
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The
battery pack has the following characteristics.
Self-discharge: The battery gradually loses its power over
time without
ever
being
used.
Periodic full
discharge/charge: Frequent recharging of the battery pack can
reduce
the
duration
of
the
Periodic
battery pack.
performance of full
60 days.
discharge/charge will restore the capacity of the battery pack, in every 30
You should use the battery until its power is low; then fully charge the battery.
To use the battery pack safely and effectively,
1.
Do not short-circuit the battery pack.
2.
Keep the battery pack away from heat....
3.
Store the battery pack at room temperature. (32 ~140°F/0
60 °C)
4.
Do not drop the battery pack into water.
5.
Keep the battery pack out of reach of children.
6.
Do not disassemble, crush, and puncture the battery pack.
~
~
Note:
Battery is consumable...,
so
its
capacity and lifetime will gradually decrease.
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Using
the AC
adapter
An AC
adapter or battery pack
adapter can be used with a
is needed to
supply
power to your notebook PC. The
100~240VAC power source. Use only the AC adapter
that comes with your computer. Using any other adapter may cause damage to your
notebook PC. Using any other adaptor may cause damage to your notebook PC.
AC
Note: When
1.
battery
Connecting
status indicator is on, the
the AC
adapter
Connect the power cord to the
2.
Connecting
the AC
Plug the adapter cable
to
an
battery
AC outlet
is
charged.
(100~240V)
adapter, and then plug the other end
adapter
to the notebook PC.
into the power
jack.
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into
an
AC outlet.
Warning
Do not overload
Overloading
an
an
electrical outlet with connections to
electrical outlet may result in fire
Do not touch the power cord
or
plug
or
multiple devices.
electric shock.
with wet hands. There is the risk of electric
shock.
3.
Opening
Slide the
and
positioning
battery latch button
the LCD
display.
in the direction of the
panel in the direction of the arrow 2.
Adjust an angle of the display panel for comfortable
1
2
2
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arrow1, and open the display
use.
Power On
Press the power button to turn
on
the computer.
Note:
The power switch
electricity
and volume
purposes. Do not
up/down buttons are coated for preventing static
put a liquid stuff on the notebook PC. It may result in
electric shock.
Registration
Window
Before
turning on the computer, make
battery is charged.
Turning
1.
on
the
sure
the AC
adaptor
is connected and the
computer
Slide the latch button and open the
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display panel. (refer
to
Page 24)
2.
Press the power switch.
3.
Pressing the
power switch starts the
Windows(R)
XP
4.
startup
If you turn the power
screen
on
5.
In
a
displayed.
the computer for the first time, you have to
your copy of Windows XP. The
the
is
registration
model, but the difference does
moment,
appears
on
a
the
self-diagnostic procedures; then
process may differ
not affect the
dialogue box, saying "Welcome
screen.
Then Click
[Next].
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use
register
depending
of your computer.
to Microsoft Windows"
on
6.
"End User License
to read the
7.
8.
and
"Ready
"No,
to
message appears
agreement, select "Yes,
"What's your
name
Agreement"
computer's name?"
description for
register
I
on
message appears
on
Make
sure
[Next].
the
screen.
Type the
[Next].
with Microsoft?" message appears
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screen.
accept," and click [Next].
your computer, and click
not at this time" and click
the
on
the
screen.
Select
9.
"Who will
names
10.
of the
"Thank
this
use
users
you!"
registration
computer?"
and click
message appears
on
the
screen.
Type the
[Next].
message appears
the
on
process.
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screen.
Click
[Finish]
to
complete the
Turning
off the
computer
Quit all running applications; click [Start] and choose [Turn off computer] from
the start up
menu.
LG
In the Turn off
computer window, choose Turn off.
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The computer is turned off
automatically. Close the
LCD
dispay until
it clicks.
Caution
If the Drive in
damage
indicator is on, do not turn off the computer,
the data being read from or written to the drive.
use
as
doing
so
may
Warning
If Windows does not shut down
properly,
press and hold the power switch for
more
seconds; the system will shut down.
Turning off the computer this way may damage the system. It is recommended that
you always turn off the computer by choosing Shut down from the Start menu.
than 5
If the computer does not shut down
the hard disk drive may be damaged.
If
computer
not
respond
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while
in
runing appications, press the
Ctrl+Alt+Delete combination to start the Task Manager; then quit the program or
restart the system. If Windows or program file is damaged by shutting down the
system incorrectly, reinstall the program. The user is responsible for the loss of data
caused by incorrect use of the computer.
your
does
properly while running applications, the data
Using
Windows XP
Windows XP is new, brilliant and easy-to-use. Background and title bar have been
rearranged concisely, and it became easier to access the application programs from
the start menu. Also, it allows users with more diverse options to choose from when
decorating desktop's
appearance.
Overview
Windows XP
is
an
operating system that
features in Windows is recommended to utilize
>
[Tour Windows XP]
to
computer. Learning the basics
computer effectively. Click [Start]
runs
a
a
-
explore the features and tools available
in Windows XP.
Window Buttons
1.
Minimize
2.
Maximize
3.
Close
2
1
3
Help and Support
Click
[Help and Support]
to learn how to solve
problems
you may encounter while
using the computer.
Click [Start] -> [Help and Support].
LG
The
following window
appears.
You
can
search for useful
Help and Support
information.
You
can
connect to the
Internet and ask for
assistance online.
setup and
configure your computer
You
can
personalize your
computing environment
to
Click to learn the features and
troubleshooting information
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Windows XP
desktop
5
2
LG
1
1.[Start] button
Click [Start] button
4
3
to open the
[Start]
menu.
Click
[All Programs]
to open
the list of programs installed in the computer.
2.[Start] menu
[Start menu] shows everything
you need to start
working
in the Windows XP
environment.
3.Taskbar
Taskbar shows programs that
4.Taskbar icons and clock
are
currently
Taskbar icons show and let you
open and
running.
configure ongoing activities such as battery
power status, display properties, LAN settings, etc.
5.Recycle Bin
Put your unused items and files in the Recycle Bin. Right-click the Recycle Bin
and select [Empty Recycle Bin] to permanently delete the items inside the
Recycle Bin.
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Start
menu
LG
Pinned items
My computer shows
the drive and network
information for your
Control Panel lets
computer
the
change
settings in your
you
computer
Recently used
Changing the look of the Start
items
menu
Right click [Start] button and select [Properties].
In the Start menu tab, choose from either Start menu
Click [OK] to apply the new setting.
Changing the pinned items
in the Start
Right-click the item you want to pin
Select [Pin To Start Menu].
The item is pinned at the top of the
Showing the recently used items
on
Classic Start
menu.
menu
it to the Start
Start
or
menu.
menu.
the Start
menu
Right-click on [Start] button and click [Properties].
In [Start Menu] tab, select [Start menu] and click [Customize].
In [Advanced] tab, check [List my most recently opened documents] and
click [OK].
In Taskbar and Start Menu Properties window, click [Apply]->[OK].
If you click [Start] button the next time, recently used items appear on the Start
Menu.
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Control Panel
The Windows XP Control Panel
can
display
items in either
View.
Switch to
Classic
View
Category
View
Classic View
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Category
View
or
Classic
up Local Area Network
Setting
Local Area
your home
Network
or
connections
provides high-speed network connection for
When using Wireless LAN, refer to "Using Wireless LAN"
(LAN)
company.
(LAN)
connection
(page 60).
Attach
a
LAN cable to the Ethernet
Click
[Start] -> [Control Panel]
[Network Connections].
Right-click
a
->
(LAN) connector.
[Switch to Classic View]
Local Area Connection and select
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->
[Properties].
If the
following window appears, click [General] tab and 1. Check if Broadcom
440x Integrated Fast Ethernet Controller is installed in the computer 2. Then, check
Internet Protocol, and 3. Click on [Properties]
1
2
3
Click
on
[General] tab, and Select [Obtain
Click
[Ok] when
Internet
an
IP address
protocol (TCP/IP) setting
is
automatically]
completed.
Note:
Ask your network administrator for the appropriate IP settings.
When using LAN or Wireless LAN, refer to "Using IP Operator" (page
IP
Operator is useful
to
access
to network
everywhere when
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you
use
61).
notebook PC.
Changing
the Themes and
Desktop background
Using the Windows Classic Theme
Click
[Start]->[Control Panel]->[Switch to Classic View]->[Display].
Click [Themes] tab
Select [Windows Classic] from the [Theme] drop down menu.
Using
a
different theme
1. Click
2.
[Start] -> [Control Panel]
Click [Themes] tab
3. Select another theme from the
->
[Switch
to Classic
[Theme] drop down
View]
->
[Display].
menu.
Note:
Appearance tab, you can click [Advanced] button and change the color
scheme, font size, and windows and button styles.
In
In Themes
change the overall appearance of the desktop.
If there are more than one user using the computer, each user can
apply different theme and desktop appearances.
tab,
you
can
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Changing
the
desktop background
Click
[Start]->[Control Panel]->[Switch to Classic View]->[Display].
Click [Desktop] tab. (OR you can right click on the mouse while in desktop
background. When a short cut menu pops up, choose [Properties]
Scroll down the
background.
You
[Background] drop down menu and select an image for the
can also click [Browse] button and select an image you have
saved.
Setting the Screen Saver
Click
[Start]->[Control Panel]->[Switch
Click [Screen Saver] tab.
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to Classic
View]->[Display].
Select the idle time before
menu.
activating the Screen
Check [On resume, password protect]
unauthorized
Saver from
to
[Wait] drop down
protect the computer from
users.
Taskbar
programs and files that are currently open. If there are
many programs running on the computer, the Taskbar group together files
from the same program to prevent taskbar icons from cluttering up the Taskbar.
Taskbar
displays
Desktop cleanup
Desktop Cleanup Wizard
Desktop Cleanup Wizard
1.
2.
3.
removes
runs
unused
every 60
desktop items to a folder. The
days but you can also run it manually.
Click
[Start]->[Control Panel]->[Switch to Classic view]
-> [Display].
Click [Desktop] tab.
Click [Customize Desktop] -> [Clean Desktop Now] button.
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Using
the Power
Windows XP
uses
Click
->
its
own
power-saving
[Control Panel]
Double-click [Power Options].
In
[Start]
Options
Power
computing
Power
Click
->
program to manage the
[Switch
to Classic
battery
power.
View].
Options Properties window, change the settings best suited for
your
environment.
Options Properties
[Power Schemes] tab.
Drop down the menu and select [Portable/Laptop] to set notebook PC with the
appropriate power schemes. This includes detailed timeline for [Turn off monitor],
[Turn off hard disks], [System standby], and [System hibernates].
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Note:
If the computer enters
the battery power.
System standby mode, the hard disk is turned off
to
conserve
System standby mode, you cannot save your work. Be sure to save your work
before entering System standby mode.
When the computer enters System hibernation, the computer saves all your work in
In
the hard disk and turns off the computer.
Caution
If the
computer enters System standby or hibernation mode while playing a
computer game, a serious error may occur. Be sure to quit the computer game
before
entering
a
power-saving mode.
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Power
Options Properties
Click
[Alarms] tab. Check [Low battery alarm] and [Critical battery alarm],
and move the sliders to set the power level to activate low battery alarm and critical
battery alarm.
be notified with Sound alarm
message. You can also set the alarm
action which automatically puts the computer into System standby mode or System
hibernation mode. You can also enable the computer automatically run a specific
You
can
or
Display
program when the alarm goes off.
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Advanced tab
computer to prompt for password when
computer resumes from standby. You can also set the computer to enter
a power-saving mode when closing the display panel. By pressing the combination of
Fn+F4, your computer enters a power saving mode, leaving the display panel open.
In
Options,
you
can
set the
Power Meter
Click the Power Meter icon
on
the Taskbar to check the power level
of your computer.
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System
Hibernation
In Hibernate
disable System hibernation mode and
check the disk space needed for hibernation.
tab,
you
can
enable
or
Caution
Do
not
remove
the
battery pack when the
AC
adapter
is not connected to the
computer.
If you keep using the computer while low on the battery power, you may lose the
data when the battery power goes out. If you are notified of low battery power, save
your data and connect the AC adapter, or turn off the computer and change the
battery pack.
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external devices
Attaching
Attaching
USB
You
mouse
1.
USB device
(not included)
keyboard, hub, digital
can use
Attaching
a
a
television
using
to
->
a
port
TV to the S-Video connector
Connecting
system
(Works only
Click
and other devices that support USB.
S-Video
Attach the S-Video cable from
Connecting
2.
an
camera
with TV that has S-Video
[Start]->[Control Panel] ->[Switch
[Settings] tab
->
[Advanced].
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on
the computer
to TV
port)
to Classic
View]-> [Display]
[Display]tab, select
3.
In
4.
You
can
TV
as
also switch the main
pressing the combination of
the main
display
display from the external
Fn+F7
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monitor to LCD
by
Note: You cannot switch the main
a
movie
Attaching
an
or
game
on a
display while playing
TV and LCD at the
same
a
game. You cannot
time.
external monitor
Note: Turn off the computer before
attaching
an
external monitor.
External monitor
(not included)
by short-cut keys)
After install the external monitor to the notebook PC, use Fn + F7 to switch
the main monitor to LCD only, monitor only, and LCD + monitor both,
Monitor
toggle function (switch the
monitor
in sequence.
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display
Attaching
an
IEEE 1394 device
Digital Camera
(Not included)
You
can
connect external
hard disk
drive, external CD-RW, digital
camera, video
camcorder and other devices that support IEEE1394.
Using
You
Wireless LAN
can use
Wireless LAN to connect to the network and
your home and office. You
without the
can
share files and folders
attaching network cables
to the
use
over
the Internet in
the network
computer. It is built-in device in your
computer.
Note:
Wireless LAN is not offered
by each product
When using LAN or Wireless LAN, refer to "Using IP Operator" (page 61).
IP Operator is useful to access to network everywhere when you use notebook
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PC.
Connecting
and
using
the wireless network
Right-click the Wireless network
wireless network].
icon
on
the Taskbar and select
[View available
Select AP
(Access Point) you want to connect to and type necessary information.
Click [Connect]. If you are having difficulty connecting to a network, click
[Advanced].
If you place the mouse pointer on the Wireless network icon
see the status of the wireless network.
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on
the
Taskbar,
you
can
IP
Using
Operator
everywhere when you use notebook PC.
User can access to network at many places (Home, Office, and Vendor etc.)
by saving and modifying the network environment (IP address, Domain, Workgroup).
For more detailed information, refer to [IP Operator].
IP
Operator is useful
Double click
to
access
[IP Operator]
to network
icon
on
the Taskbar.
If the
following window appears, select LAN or High-Speed
drop down menu and give a name to your computer.
Type the
a user
is
Choose
name
that is appropriate at
belonging
to
[Domain],
or
[Profile List] after making a decision whether
a member of [Work Group].
setting options as follows.
When setting [Obtain an IP address automatically] option,
one
Internet at the
of
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IP
address, Subnet mask, Default Gateway windows
are
automatically changed
grey.
When
setting [Use the following IP address] option
Insert IP address, Subnet mask, Default Gateway window. Then,
insert
DNS Server.
Click the
[Profile Save] button when finishing inserting
items in
[Profile List]
Note:
When
setting [Obtaining an IP address automatically] option, it is unavailable
to insert IP address, Subnet masks, and Default gateway.
When pressing [Profile Apply], no items appear at [Profile List].
If a user needs to apply the specific item, select one of items from
[Profile List], and then click [Profile Apply].
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as
Miser
Using Battery
application program to manage energy saving function that
makes the maximum battery life of your notebook computer. When using Battery
Miser, it is available to use both original power management functions of Windows
and the advanced power management functions of battery miser. For more detailed
information, refer to [About Battery Miser] in the following screen image.
Battery Miser is
Double click
an
icon
on
Desktop System tray.
appears
as
below.
[Battery Miser]
Battery Miser main
screen
Power scheme:
Manages the
power
consumption of computer.
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Battery alarm:
User
can
define the option how the
battery alarm works.
Note:
When
pressing the keys Fn + F9, monitor is always on
When pressing one more, it return to the original set point.
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Input/Output
Using
The
the
keyboard
About the
The
keyboard
is used for
entering
text and commands in the
computer.
keyboard
keyboard
is
composed of character, number, and other special function keys.
keys: Function keys enable you to perform different operations depending
the operating system and application program you use.
Function
on
keys (shortcuts) are used in conjunction with Fn key to provide
shortcuts for some of the predefined operations, such as entering power-saving
Hot
keys:
Hot
mode.
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Cursor control
Editing keys:
keys:
You
up and down the
Character
and
You
the
cursor
in the direction of the
cursor
to the
beginning
can move
can move
the
or
arrows.
end of the current
line,
or
screen.
number
keys: consist of character keys, number keys, special
character keys, and spacebar. Spacebar is used for creating a space between
characters.
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Embedded numeric
keys:
You
can
enable the embedded numeric
to
use
embedded
keypad.
Num Lock indicator
lights
keys
to
up and enables
keypad shown below. You can press the
combination of Fn and ScrLk keys again to disable the embedded numeric keys. (To
use the numeric keys, you must set the Advanced -> Internal Keypad setting to
Enabled in the BIOS Setup Utility.)
you
the
press the combination of Fn and ScrLk
numeric
Caution
Do not
and
spill water, juice, coffee,
cause an
etc
on
the
keyboard
as
it may
damage the computer
electric shock.
Note:
In the middle of
entering characters,
if numbers
press the combination of Shift and ScrLk to
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entered instead of
characters,
disable the embedded numeric keys.
are
Modifier and
special function keys
4
3
5
2
1
6
7
Shift
key: Hold Shift key down and press another key to enter the upper case letter
for the key.
Caps Lock key: Press Caps Lock key to lock the keyboard in the upper case
position. When the Caps Lock indicator lights up, you can press another key in
combination with Shift to enter the lower case letter for the key.
Esc key: Use Esc key to quit programs or cancel an operation in the program.
PrtSc (Print Screen) key: Press PrtSc key to take the snapshot of the entire area
visible on your screen and store it in the clipboard.
Enter key: Press Enter key to enter a command or to end a line.
Shortcut menu key: Press Shortcut menu key to view shortcuts for the current
program. (Shortcut menu key works the same as the right-clicking the mouse
button)
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7.
Windows(R) key:
Press Windows
key
to view the Start
menu.
LG
Note:
upper/lower case position by pressing Caps Lock
key. Caps Lock indicator is lighted up in upper case position. You can use the
combination of Shift and a character key to enter its upper/lower case letter.
You
Hot
can
lock the
keyboard
in the
keys
following Hot keys provide you with shortcuts to operations, such
adjusting the brightness of the computer display.
The
as
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Fn+F4:
Force the computer to enter
and
power-saving mode. (ex: system standby
hibernation)
Fn+F5:
Press the combination
pad, and press again to auto-disable
the touch pad. If USB mouse isn't used, touch pad will be enabled again. And after
next press Touch pad will be enabled. (The touch pad initialization takes 1~2seconds,
so wait for the initialization to end before using the touch pad)
once
to disable the touch
Fn+F6:
Wireless LAN Enable/Disable
Toggle
Fn+F7:
When the computer is attached to an external monitor, you can change
the display output location with Fn+F7 combination. You can switch to and
from the three types of display modes, LCD
monitor only, or both at the same time.
display only, the external
Fn+Home:
The computer
Fn+End:
display becomes brighter.
The computer
Fn+F9:
display becomes darker.
Enable/disable Monitor Power Management. (Both Auto Brightness Control and
Turn Off
Monitor)
Refer to Battery Miser
Help.
Fn+F12:
Hibernation
(Maximum power-saving) mode. (when
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OSD is
installed)
Using
the touch
pad
1
2
The touch
pad
can
3
be used with
button, which functions similar
to
a
at the
scroll wheel
same
2.
3.
Right button: functions similar
pad:
To
time. It has
scroll
a
on a mouse.
the pointer.
Left button: To select or click items.
1.
Touch
a mouse
move
to the
right button
on a mouse.
Caution
Guidelines
using the touch pad
Do not touch the touch pad with a sharp
the touch pad.
Do not
on
remove
the
cover
or
sheet of the touch
pointed object
pad
as
doing
as
so
doing
may
so
may
damage
damage the touch
pad.
pad with two fingers, wearing gloves, or wet hand as it may not
function properly. Using the touch pad with a dirty or oily finger may damage the
touch pad.
Do not give too much pressure on the touch pad as doing so may result in injuries to
your finger or wrist.
Do not
use
the touch
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the
Moving
Making
on
the
screen
finger on the touch pad and slide
the pointer to move.
Gently place
you want
pointer
your
the selection
To click for
it in the direction in which
(Click)
making the selection,
tap the touch pad once to select
position the cursor in a document.
press the left button and then release
an
item
OR
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on
a
menu
or an
icon
on
it,
or
gently
the screen,
or
Double-click
(Run)
double-click, quickly press the left button twice and then release it. You
tap the touch pad twice to get the same result. To launch an application,
select and double-click the .exe file or the application's icon.
To
Drag
and
drop
object, select and move the object by clicking and holding the
left button and sliding the finger across the touch pad without releasing the
To
drag
an
button.
drop the object you have just dragged, release the left button.
You can use drag and drop to move files from one location to another.
For example, if you want to place a file in the recycle bin, place the pointer
above the file you want to move, press the left button and hold, slide your
finger across the touch pad to move the file and release the left button above
the recycle bin.
To
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can
also
you
can
.
Drag: Move the icon without releasing the left button
Drop: Release the left button above the recycle bin.
ClickLock: enables you to select text
mouse button or touch pad button.
or
drag
a
file without
holding down the
Follow the instruction below to enable ClickLock. If ClickLock is
enabled,
simply hold down the mouse button or touch pad button for a moment and
then release it, you still get the same effect as continuously holding down
the button. You can drag an object with ClickLock enabled and press again
to release the button and drop the object.
Click and open the Mouse Properties window.
On the Buttons tab, under ClickLock, select Turn
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on
ClickLock check box.
Click
Settings and adjust how long you need to hold down
button to enable ClickLock, and then Select OK.
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a
mouse
or
touch
pad
Using
the scroll
up/down function
up/down button. In a program window with a
scroll bar, you can move up and down the windows using the scroll up/down button.
When you scroll a window using the scroll up/down button, the pointer on the screen
Your computer has
does not
a
built-in scroll
move.
up/down function by using Touch pad.
In a program window with a scroll bar, you can move up and down the
windows by using Touch pad.
You
can
also
use
the scroll
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System Setup
The system setup saves your computer's hardware configurations in CMOS
RAM. The system setup provides you with information, such as the size and
type of your hard disk, size of the installed memory, date, and time.
Starting
the
system setup
password. (Page 78)
Boot Password Required (Page 82)
Changing or removing the password. (Page 83)
Setting Load Optimal Defaults. (Page 85)
Setting
a
Caution
change the system setup arbitrarily. Incorrect system setup may result in
errors while using the computer.
The menu and default factory settings of the BIOS Setup Utility may look different
from this manual. They may have been changed to improve the performance of the
Do not
system.
Keys
used in the
system setup
Enter: Select the current item.
Esc: Close the current window
or move
Cursor Control Keys: Move up, down,
+ -: Increase and decrease the value.
to the
previous window.
left, and right.
Page Up: Move to the first item.
Page Down: Move to the last item.
F10: Save and exit the system setup.
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Note:
Cursor control
keys (arrow keys)
the computer.
2. When LG logo appears
1. Turn
move
the
Setting
a
on
down,
to the left and
right.
Setup Utility
the screen, press F2.
window appears.
password
If you want to protect the system setup from
the instructions below to set a password.
can
up,
on
3. The BIOS
You
cursor
set
a
password
in the BIOS
an
unauthorized user, follow
Setup Utility program.
Caution
If you forget the password, you cannot
write down the password in a safe place
gain
only
password.
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access
you
to your
can
system. Make
refer to in
case
you
sure
you
forget the
Change Supervisor
Password
your computer from unauthorized users. The
default setup does not have a password. A supervisor password
A
password protects
prevents unauthorized
users
from
factory
changing the system setup.
Start the BIOS
Use
arrow
Setup Utility.
keys to select Set Supervisor Password under Security
menu, and
then press Enter.
Note:
change supervisor password to gain access and change items in the
BIOS Setup Utility, and select Power on Boot. We recommend to set up a
user password for different users if your computer is shared by someone else.
You
If
can
the
following message appears, enter
password must be consisted of character
maximum length of 8.
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password and press Enter. A
A~Zand numbers 0~9, and have the
a
new
If the
following
message appears, enter the
If the
following
message appears, press Enter.
If the
following
message appears, select OK to
Change
User
set
a
new
password again
save
to confirm.
and exit setup.
User Password
password is a secondary compared to
supervisor password in order to set a
supervisor password.
user password.
a
1. Start the BIOS
Setup Utility and
2. Use
to select Set User Password and press Enter.
arrow
keys
use arrow
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keys
to select
You must
Security
menu.
Note:
A
user
BIOS
password gives limited access for changing the settings
Setup Utility compared to a supervisor password.
If the
following message appears, enter a
password must be consisted of character
maximum length of 8.
password and then press Enter. A
A~Zand numbers 0~9, and have the
new
If the
following
message appears, enter
If the
following
message appears, press Enter.
a new
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in the
password
to confirm.
If the
message appears, select OK to exit setup and restart.
following
Boot Password
Required
password which protects the system by selecting Change
Password and Change Supervisor Password.
User
can
set up
Start the BIOS
The
a
boot
Setup Utility,
Use
following screen appears,
Supervisor Password)
arrow
set up
keys
to
move
Security.
password (Change
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User
User Password and
Change
After Select Boot Password
Changing
or
Start the BIOS
Required,
removing
Setup Utility,
the
choose Yes
using
"-"
key and
press Enter.
password
enter your
password, and then
press Enter.
change the password, follow the instruction on Setting a password.
To remove the password, follow the instructions below.
Use arrow keys to select Security menu, and select a password you want
To
to remove,
and then press Enter.
If the following message appears, enter the current password in the bracket next to
Enter Current Password, and then press Enter. Press Enter without entering a
password
in the brackets next to Enter New Password and Confirm New Password.
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If the
following
message appears,
input
a new
password and
If the
following
message appears, enter
a new
password
If the
following
message appears, press Enter.
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press Enter.
to confirm.
.
Press F10 to
If the
following
Setting
If
to
save
the
new
settings.
message appears, select OK to exit setup and restart.
Load
Optimal Defaults
accidentally modifies the system setup, follow the
recover Load Optimal Defaults.
a user
instruction below
Start the BIOS
Use
arrow
Setup Utility, and use arrow keys to select Exit.
keys to select Load Optimal Defaults, and press Enter.
Select Yes and press Enter to
Press F10 to
If the
save
following
the
new
recover
Load
Optimal Defaults.
settings.
message appears, select OK and press Enter to restart the computer.
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System Recovery
System Recovery offers to format the hard disk as shipping status of
the product. User must make backup files to minimize a risk of losing data.
Windows CD is provided with the product that offers system recovery
contracted by Microsoft.
Using
To
Full
recover
data
Recovery
hard disk
completely,
the computer.
If Windows installation is
you must make
backup for all software and
on
Registration information"
Press F11 with
2. If the
complete,
as
you must fill out "Windows
the first time to
appearing preload image
following
screen
appears, select
on
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buy the product.
the
one
user
screen.
of items that works.
3. Select
*
In
[Full Recovery without Format], or [Full Recovery after format].
the case of selecting [Full Recovery without Format].
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[Recovering factory default]
*
In the
appears.
selecting [Full Recovery after format]
Click [Start Recovery]
case
of
.
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"Formatting to NTFS" appears.
When starting [Full Recovery], next procedures appears on the screen.
If the following screen appears after restarting system, fill out Windows
registration information.
When clicking [Finish], the system returns to normal.
LG
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user
Driver re-installation
the computer and go to [Start]-[All
2. Select the device driver you want to install.
1. Turn
on
3. Follow the instructions to
require
Programs]-[LG GILJABI].
complete the installation.
Some device drivers
you to restart the computer after the installation.
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Storage/Memory
Using
the
optical disk drive
Different model types provide different optical disk drives. (Some models
have DVD-ROM drives and others have DVD/CD-RW COMBO/DVD±ROM
COMBO drives)
Inserting
Turn
on
a
CD
the computer, and press the
eject button
Place the CD in the middle of the tray.
(Label
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on
on
the CD-ROM drive.
the CD must face
upward)
Push the tray into the CD-ROM drive.
Note:
When you
place
the DVD-ROM OR DVD/CD-RW COMBO, DVD±RW drive
use
your computer
on
flat surface. The drive may not function correctly on an uneven surface.
Your computer has a CD-ROM drive with the speed of 24X or faster;
a
therefore, the drive
may rattle when you first insert
Be careful not to scratch the surface of
Do not clean
such
as
CD-ROM
a
Benzene
or
or
a
CD-ROM
a
or
CD.
CD-RW/DVD-ROM disk.
CD-RW/DVD-ROM disk with abrasive chemicals,
Paint thinner.
drop or bump a CD-ROM or CD-RW/DVD-ROM disk.
clean, soft cloth when removing dust or fingerprints on
Do not
Use
a
a
CD-ROM
CDRW/DVD-ROM disk.
or
Removing
a
CD
1.
Press the
eject button
2.
3.
Lift the CD in the middle of the disk tray.
Place the CD in its protective case.
4.
Push the disk tray into the drive.
on
the CD-ROM drive to
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eject the disk tray.
Playing
Using
You
an
audio CD
Windows Media
can use
Player
Windows(R) Media Player
to
play
various types of audio and
video files.
play and make a copy of an audio CD, listen to the Internet
radio broadcast, play movie clips, and listen to music or watch a video on a
web site. If you have a DVD drive, you can play a DVD. If you have a CDRW drive, you can use Windows Media Player to make your own music CD.
You
can
Starting Windows Media Player
the computer.
Press the eject button
Turn
1
on
on
CD and close the tray.
Select the Windows Media
the audio CD.
(If
the drive to open the disk tray, and then insert
Player and click
OK. Windows Media
Player
starts
you select another audio CD program, that program will
CD instead of Windows Media
an
audio
playing
play the
Player)
Starting Windows Media Player 2
Press Start -> All Programs -> Accessories -> Entertainment -> Windows Media
Player.
When Windows Media Player opens, press Open under File menu, and then select an
audio or video file you want to play.
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Using
1.
Power DVD
Insert DVD title in the DVD-COMBO
When the
2.
following window
As you insert the DVD
opens,
title, the
drive, and close the tray.
select Play DVD Play and click [Ok]
DVD Auto-Resume window will open
it will
shown
preference and click [Ok]. If you check "Don't ask me this question
not open next time automatically and play as you preferred.
below. Set the
again,"
as
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Power DVD will
3.
in the
Help
now
menu
play.
You
can
read the detailed instruction of the Power DVD
from the main control.
Note:
If unchecked
this question again," you will receive the
message every time you open the Power DVD. If you delete the DVD title
and play it again, you will also receive the preference window.
You
not
on
"Don't ask
change the region
possible to change. Be
can
me
counter
damage the system
or
remove
5th change, it is
change the regional code.
5 times. After the
cautious when you try to
Do not open the DVD tray and
may
only
the DVD title while it is still
the DVD title.
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playing.
It
Using
SD
Memory
Your computer
Note: Photo
Inserting
Turn
on
can
read from and write to SD Memory Card.
images
SD
Card
may look different from the actual
Memory
Card
the computer, and
place
SD Memory Card in SD Memory Card slot.
Push SD Memory Card into the slot until it clicks.
Removing
1.
2.
the SD
product.
Memory
Card
Memory Card with the tip of your finger.
SD Memory Card ejects.
Press SD
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Using Memory
Stick
Your computer
read from and write to Memory Stick.
Note: Photo
can
images
Inserting Memory
Turn
on
(SONY)
may look different from the actual
Stick
the computer, and
place Memory Stick
into slot.
Push Memory Stick into the slot until it clicks.
Removing
1.
2.
the SD
product.
Memory
Card
Memory Stick with the tip of your finger.
Memory Stick ejects.
Press
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Using
PC Card
Your computer
Note: Photo
Inserting
Turn
on
can
read from and write to PC Card.
images
may look different from the actual
product.
PC Card
the computer, and
place
PC Card in PC Card slot.
Push PC Card into the slot until it clicks.
Removing
PC Card
1.
Press PC Card with the
2.
PC Card
tip of
your
finger.
ejects.
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Expanding
When you
memory
memory
using the computer,
capacity.
are
you may want to
expand the
About memory
Your computer uses DDR (Double Data Rate) SDRAM SO-DIMM (Dual InLine Memory Module) with 200 pins.
Each memory socket can support a memory module from 64MB to 1024MB,
and the maximum memory capacity of the computer is 2GB.
Before
When
installing memory
installing
or
them to the static
Make
removing the memory modules, be careful
electricity as it can damage the modules.
not to expose
the type of memory installed in your computer is the
the memory you are about to install.
sure
same as
Note:
type of memory module (DDR SDRAM using 2.5V).
Different models of computer can use different memory modules.
Use
only the
correct
DDR memory has
the
typical
higher data-transfer
rate and different
memory.
DDR SDRAM
SDRAM
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shape compared
to
Caution
PC2700/DDR SDRAM SO-DIMM
333MHz/266MHz/200MHz with FSB Frequency of 400MHz.
Your computer supports
Warning
Before
disassembling the computer for upgraing purposes,
remove the power cord, phone line, and battery pack.
There is the risk of electric shock
contact the customer service for
or
turn off the power and
fire. If you need to open the computer cover,
help.
Purchasing memory
buy the correct type of memory modules for
Type: PC2700 (200 pin DDR SDRAM SO-DIMM)
Speed: 333MHz (166MHz X2),266MHz (133MHz X2)
Size: 128MB, 256MB, 512MB, 1024MB
Be
sure
to
your computer.
Installing memory
Main board
configuration,
memory
socket, and
memory module may
look different from models of computer.
Loosen the screw at the bottom of the computer, and
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remove
the memory slot
cover.
Note:
Before
removing the cover, shut down your computer, remove AC adapter and
battery pack, and detach any device or cable that are attached to the computer.
Use the notch on the memory to make sure the memory aligns with the socket, and
then inserts the memory into the socket.
Note:
Push down the memory until the latch
firmly
Push down the memory until you hear
a
secures
click.
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the memory
on
the socket.
Caution
Use
only the
memory module sold
by
LG.
Using other
memory modules
can
damage
your computer.
Close the
tighten the screw.
After the installation, reboot the computer. If you see an error message regarding
memory capacity, click F2 to enter the BIOS Setup Utility and save the settings.
cover
and
Note:
When
rebooting the computer, make sure the size of installed
correct. If different, re-install the memory module.
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memory is
Features
Model
LP60
Processor
-
Intel Mobile Pentium 4 Processor with 1-MB L2 Cache
(L2 cache
:
1024KB, Micro-FCPGA 478
(Mobile Prescott Processor)
package: 2.80GHz, 3.06GHz, 3.20GHz)
Note:
The CPU cannot be
equipped
with
a
replaced
upgraded by the user. The computer
depending on the model type.
or
different CPU
is
Memory
Built-in: 256MB/512MB DDR SDRAM SO-DIMM (It depends
Maximum: 1024MB on each slot and 2048MB combined
Memory Type:
DDR SDRAM SO-DIMM
on
the model
(128MB, 256MB, 512MB, and 1024MB)
BIOS ROM
ROM: 4Mbit
Storage
devices
2.5-inch hard disk drive
different
depending
on
type.)
(The capacity of the hard disk drive
the model type.)
is
PC Card slot
SD Memory Card slot / Memory Stick / MMC Card / CF Card
Optical drive (DVD/CD-RW Combo, DVD-ROM drive or DVD±RW)
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Note: The
specification for the optical drive depends
External I/O Interfaces
VGA port
4 --in-1 PC Card slot
PCMCIA card slot
Compat Flash card slot
3 instant keys (www, email, search)
Microphone jack
Speaker/Headphone jack
4 Universal Serial Bus
(USB) devices
RJ11 Modem
port
RJ45 Ethernet port
IEEE 1394 port
S-Video port
Display
ATI
Mobility Radeon
9600
Graphics Controller
4XAGP
Video Memory: 64MB
15.4" WXGA(Resolution: 1280 X
800)
TFT Color LCD
Sound
CONEXANT AC'97 2.3 CODEC
Speaker (built-in)
LAN
BROADCOM BCM4401
RJ45 Ethernet port
Modem
56K Modem On
RJ11 Modem
Board, AC'97 Interface
port
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on
the model type.
Power
AC
specification
Adapter (Free Voltage)
Input: AC 100
Output: DC 19V,
50
60Hz
240V, 2.0A,
6.3A, 120W
the correct adapter for your computer.
~
Note: Use
~
Battery pack (Li-Ion)
DC
14.8V, 4400mAh (8-cell)
Charging
time
Less than 3 hours with the power off in
room
temperature
(10~40°C/50~104°F)
Less than 4 hours with the power off in low temperature
(0
10 °C/ 32
~
~50°F)
Battery
Life
More than 2 hours
(Battery Mark(TM) V4.0.1)
Back-up battery
RTC Battery Lithium manganese dioxide coin 3V 36mAH
Recommended battery: CR1220 manufactured by Maxell
or
equivalent type.
Note:
The temperature indicated above is the temperature inside the
the actual temperature may be different.
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battery pack;
Operating
environment
Operating
10
35 °C
~
(50
95
~
°F),
20
80% relative
~
humidity
Non-operating
-10
60 °C
~
(14
140
~
°F),
10
80% relative
~
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humidity
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