LG | NZ4 | LG NZ4 Owner’s Manual

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Contents
Contents........................................................2
ImportantSafetyInstructions.........................................4
1. Overview
1.Packagecontents...............................................15
2.Components...................................................16
3.Statusindicators................................................21
2. Basics
1.UsingtheACadaptor............................................23
2.Usingthebatterypack...........................................25
3.Turningthepoweronandoff.......................................27
4.Attachingexternaldevices........................................30
5.UsingtheIrDAport..............................................33
3.
Input/Output
1.Usingthekeyboard..............................................37
2.Hotkeys......................................................41
3.Usingthetouchpad.............................................41
4.
System Setup
1.Startingthesystemsetup.........................................47
2.Bootingwithastartupfloppydisk...................................49
3.Settingapassword..............................................50
4.Changingorremovingthepassword.................................53
5.Recoveringthefactorydefaultsettings...............................55
5.
Installing
Device Drivers
1.AbouttheSoftwareinstallationCD..................................57
2.Installingdevicedrivers...........................................58
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Contents
6.
Storage/Memory
1.Usingtheopticaldrive............................................59
2.PlayinganaudioCD.............................................63
3.Usingthefloppydiskdrive........................................65
4.Installingmemory...............................................67
Features/Specification
1.Features......................................................71
2.Powerspecification..............................................74
3.Operatingenvironment...........................................74
Contents
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Instructions
Important Safety
Following these safety instructions will help ensure many years of safe enjoyment from
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 or use of the computer in an unsafe environment.)
the
Selecting
a
place
to work
Warning
Do not operate your computer
near
water; for example, in
a
bathroom
or near a
swimming pool.
The computer may not function correctly, and there is the risk of electric shock.
Operate the computer within a temperature range of 50 to 95 degrees F (10 to 35
degrees C)
and 20 to 80% of relative
Safely dispose
of the
humidity.
packing materials,
Children may swallow desiccant
or
such
as
desiccant and
suffocate from
plastic bags.
plastic bags.
Caution
Keep your computing environment clean and free of dust.
There is the risk of damage to the computer.
Keep your computer away from electromagnetic fields.
Keep your computer away from electrical devices, such as speakers,
generate strong electromagnetic fields. Exposure to the electromagnetic
result in loss of data in the hard disk drive and/or damage to the LCD.
Do not block the fan louvers and leave
enough space
ventilation.
The computer may overheat and result in fire
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Important Safety
Instructions
or
injuries.
that
can
field may
around the computer for
Using
the
battery pack
Warning
Do not
charge
the
battery pack
with the computer.
There is the risk of fire and/or
with devices other than the
damage
to the
adaptor
that
comes
battery pack.
battery pack in trash that is disposed of in landfills.
Incorrectly disposed battery packs may result in explosion or fire. Comply
local ordinances or regulation for safe disposal.
Do not put the
Do not throw
Damage
or
to the
disassemble the
battery pack
can
battery pack.
injuries, explosion,
result in
only a battery pack recommended by LG.
Using a battery pack of a different type may result
with
and/or fire.
Use
in
explosion.
Keep metallic objects, such as keys and clips, away from the battery pack.
Objects that conduct electricity can shor t-circuit the battery pack and result
and/or injuries.
Keep
the
in fire
battery pack away from heat.
explosion or fire.
There is the risk of
Do not short-circuit batter y terminals.
There is the risk of
Do not
explosion.
subject the battery pack to temperatures
explosion or fire.
above 140
degrees
F
(60 degrees C).
There is the risk of
Keep
the
battery pack away from children.
injury and damage to the battery pack.
There is the risk of
Important Safety
Instructions
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Connecting
to an AC power source
Warning
Do not use loose or damaged power plugs.
There is the risk of electric shock or fire.
Use
properly grounded outlet.
Connecting the computer to an outlet without proper grounding may
electric shock and damages to your computer.
result in
Do not touch or gr ab the power plug with wet hands.
There is the risk of electric shock.
Hold the
plug body
when
removing the power cord from
damages to the computer.
an
outlet.
There is the risk of fire and
Use your computer at the proper voltage/current level indicated.
Supplying improper levels of voltage/current may result in electric shock, fire,
and/or damage to the computer.
If you hear a noise from the power cord or outlet, unplug the pow er cord immediately, and contact the sales representatives for help.
There is the risk of fire
or
electric shock.
Make
sure the pow er plug fits
Loose fit may result in fire
snugly
into the electrical outlet.
.
Do not bend
pets from
place a heavy object
damaging the power cord.
or
Damaged power
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Important Safety
on
top of the power cord. Keep children and
cord may result in electric shock
Instructions
or
fire.
Connecting
to an AC power source
Warning
Keep the power cord and
There is the risk of fire.
plug
clean and free of dust.
If an object or liquid enters the computer or adaptor, remove the power cord, battery,
and any other cables from the computer, and then contact the sales representa
tives for help.
-
There is the risk of
Before
cleaning
an
electric shock, fire,
or
damage
to the
the computer, disconnect the power cord,
cables from the computer.
There is the risk of electric shock
or
damage
to the
computer.
battery,
and any other
computer.
Important Safety
Instructions
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Using
the computer
Warning
For
cleaning your computer, use mild detergent or computer cleaning products. Be
to dry completely before using the computer.
Using the computer without completely drying it may result in electric shock or fire.
sure
During
a
lightning storm,
disconnect the power cord,
cable from the computer.
There is the risk of electric shock
or
telephone line,
and LAN
fire.
Do not
place water, chemicals, or liquid of any kind on the computer.
of
Liquid
any kind entering inside the computer may result in an electric shock, fire,
or damage to the computer.
Do not connect the modem
There is the risk of fire
If you
or
directly to a multi-line telephone.
damage to the computer.
drop your computer, remove the power
representatives for help.
cord and
battery pack,
and then
contact the sales
There is the risk of electric shock
or
fire.
Do not expose your computer to the direct
sunlight
in
a
closed
area
such
as
inside
a car.
Prolonged exposure to
result in fire.
Do not
place
a
high temperatures may
bur ning candle
or
cigarette
on
deform the computer and also
the computer.
There is the risk of fire.
If you
see or
smell smoke from the computer
or
adaptor, turn off the computer,
representatives for help.
the power cord, and then contact the sales
There is the risk of fire.
remove
Do not
push foreign objects
into the fan louvers.
There is the risk of electric shock.
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Important Safety
Instructions
Using
the computer
Warning
in the LCD contains mercury.
liquid gets into your eyes or on your skin, immewash the affected area with water. If any symptom arises, receive medical
The fluorescent
lamp
If the LCD breaks and the inter nal
diately
care.
Caution
Do not
place
an
object,
If you close the LCD
break the LCD.
Do not touch
or
sure
as a
with
clip,
object on
pen
an
scratch the LCD with
The LCD may be
Be
such
cover
or
the
keyboard.
keyboard, you may damage
the
or
sharp objects.
damaged.
to turn off the
computer before closing the LCD
The computer may overheat, and be
damaged
Do not exert excessive pressure on the LCD.
LCD is made of glass, and an excessive force
Follow the instr uctions in the user's
There is the risk of
Do not
on
damage
push objects
to the
or
cover.
deformed.
can
break the LCD.
guide.
computer.
into the PC Card slot.
There is the risk of electric shock
or
injur y.
Important Safety
Instructions
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the computer
Using
Caution
Upon completion
of any service
or
repair s,
ask service technician to
perform safety
checks.
Ignoring safety
checks may result in electric shock
or
fire.
Use the Wireless LAN at least 5m away from a microwave oven or plasma lamp.
using the Wireless LAN near a plasma lamp, use the channel 11, 12, or 13.
You may not connect to the network or the connection may be slow.
When
Keep the computer away from heat.
The computer may deform and there is the risk of fire.
When
attaching
an
external device, make
sure
the connector from the device and
the port on the computer are of the same type.
There is the risk of damage to the computer.
Do not insert
a
damaged CD-ROM or floppy disk.
damage to the computer.
There is the risk of
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Important Safety
Instructions
Upgrading
the computer
Warning
Before
disassembling
the computer, turn off the power and
phone line, and batter y pack.
There is the risk of electric shock
before
disassembling
or
fire. Ask the sales
remove
the power cord,
representatives
for
help
the computer.
Do not disassemble the power supply.
There is the risk of electric shock.
Keep
screws
and other small parts away from children.
a screw or other small par t. If a child swallows
Children may choke on
receive a medical care.
a
small part,
Caution
Do not attempt to disassemble
or
modify
the computer without
consulting
sales
representatives.
There is the risk of electric shock.
Replace only
with the parts
There is the risk of fire and
Ask the sales
approved by LG.
damage to the computer.
representatives before connecting
product.
is the risk of damage to the computer.
and
using
the computer with any
non-LG
There
Important Safety
Instructions
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and
Carrying
storing
the computer
Caution
Before
moving the computer, turn the pow er
trip over the loose cables and fall.
off and
remove
all the cables.
You may
When
traveling
Using
the computer
on an
airplane, follow the airline's instr uction.
airplane may result in an airline accident.
on an
data lose
Preventing
(Handling
the hard disk
drive)
Caution
Be
when
gentle
handling the hard disk
easily damaged
drive.
The hard disk drive is
from
an
your data.
LG is not responsible for the data lose due to
The data
on
the hard disk drive
or
impact. Always
make
backups
for
user errors.
in the
following
disassembling the computer.
example by power outage, while
the hard
the drive itself may be
damaged
situations:
1.
Exposure
2. The
to a
disk drive is
3.
Exposure
4. The
5.
physical
computer is
reset
shock when
(rebooted),
for
operating.
to virus.
computer is turned off during operation.
Exposure
to a
physical
shock while the hard disk drive is
To minimize the lose of data due to hard disk drive
data.
LG is not
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responsible
Important Safety
for the lose of data.
Instructions
operating.
damages, always backup your
Ergonomic
information
Warning
the
Adjust
display position
The top of the
display
to avoid
should be
head and neck in
Keep your
Keep your forearms, wrists,
Adjust your
Using
chair to
on or
or
a
horizontal
and hands in
position
for
a
a
position.
comfor table
prolonged period
Stretch
position.
of time may
cause
body.
Take short
hours of
lighting.
upright position.
ar ms
same
reflections from overhead
below the level of your eyes.
and hands in
keep your
the computer in the
discomfort to your
an
glare
frequent breaks from working with your computer.
computing per day is recommended.
periodically
No
more
than 2
to reduce muscular discomfor t.
Volume control
Warning
Check the volume level
Check if the volume level is not too
Do not
use
the
headphones
for
a
high
before
listening through headphones.
prolonged period
of time.
Important Safety
Instructions
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1-1.
The
Package
following
items
contents
are
included in the CYNOTE
package.
Match the items
with the items in the box. Some items may look different from the
NZ2
on
this list
pictures.
NZ4
Note :
NZ2 and NZ4 models
adaptor
before
AC
different AC
use
connecting
adaptors.
Make
sure
you have the correct AC
it to the computer.
adaptor
Software installation CD
Power cord
User's
guide
Battery
Telephone
cable
Caution
When
for
or
cleaning your computer, use cleaning products manufactured specifically
computing equipment. Using abrasive chemicals, such as paint thinner, benzene,
alcohol, may damage your computer.
Overview
15
1-2.
Components
You will get the most out of
tions.
using CYNOTE by learning
the components and their func-
Front view
1
13
3
101112
9
4
5
6
2
8
7
1. Latch
Locks the
display panel.
2. Latch button: Press the latch button to open the
display panel.
3. Power switch: Press the power switch to turn
the computer.
4.
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:
Keyboard :
Use the
keyboard
as an
input
on
device.
5. Touch
pad: Gently place your finger on the touch pad, and move your fingertip across
the touch pad to move the cursor. (The touch pad helps you use programs with graphical user-interfaces more easily)
6. Touch
pad
Overview
buttons: Wor ks
just
like the
mouse
buttons
on
your
desktop computer.
7. Scroll button: Press the
8. Built-in
9.
speakers:
Power-saving
top
or
bottom of the scroll button to scroll
Lets you hear sound when
using
audio
through
a
window.
applications.
mode switch: If the power is on, closing the display panel puts your
computer into the power-saving mode (You can set the pow er-saving
.
mode in the
Windows(R) Control Panel)
10. Volume down button: Decreases the sound level.
11. Volume up button: Increases the sound level.
12. Mute button: Mutes the sound.
13. LCD:
Note:
Displays
Opening
text and
the
(Press again
graphics. (The
size of
to turn on the
sound)
display depends
on
the model
type)
display panel
Press and hold the latch button in the direction of the
in the direction of the
arrow
2.
Adjust
the
slope
arrow
of the
1, and lift the display panel
display panel
for
a
comfortable
viewing angle.
1
2
2
Overview
17
Rear view
Note: Some models may look different from the
picture
below.
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1
8
4
6
5
9
7
1. USB connectors: Connects to USB devices.
2. Modem connector: Connects to
telephone
a
3. Ethernet connector: Connects to
a
cable.
LAN cable.
4. S-Video connector: Connects to a VCR or TV with an S-Video connector.
5. Monitor connector: Connects to
an
6. Parallel connector : Connects to
a
7. Power
jack: Connects
to an AC
external monitor.
parallel
device such
as
printer
or scanner.
adaptor.
8. IEEE 1394 connector: Connects to IEEE 1394 devices. IEEE 1394 is
standard for
high-speed/ high-capacity
a ser
ial bus
data transfer.
9. Fan louvers: Enables air to circulate inside the computer, and thus prevents overheating. Do not place any object in front of the fan louvers; blocking the
fan louvers may result in
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Overview
overheating
and
damage
the computer.
Right
view
Note : NZ2 model does not have
floppy
a
disk drive.
2
5
7
3
1
6
4
1.
Floppy
disk drive: A storage device capable of reading from and writing to a 3.5 inch
floppy disk. (NZ2 model does not have a floppy disk drive)
2.
Floppy
disk
eject
button: Press the button to
eject
the
model does not have
(NZ2
a
floppy disk.
floppy disk drive)
3. CD-ROM drive: A storage device capable of reading a data, video, or audio CD.
(Some models have a CD-RW/DVD-ROM combo drive)
4. CD-ROM drive
eject
button: If the power is on, press the button to
5. Fan louvers: Enables air to circulate inside the
heating.
Do not
place any object
fan louvers may result in
6.
Security keyhole:
Attach
a user
the cable to
7.
Emergency eject
hole: Insert
eject
a
disk tray.
computer, and thus prevents
in front of the fan louvers;
overheating
and
damage
-purchased lock and cable to
stationary object to prevent
a
eject the
the
over-
blocking
the
the computer.
keyhole,
and
secure
theft.
thin, stiff pin into the hole and press it to manually
the disk tray.
Note
Your computer has
the model type.
a
built-in CD-ROM
or
CD-RW/DVD-ROM combo drive
depending
Overview
on
19
Left view
Note: NZ2 model has
only
PC Card slot.
one
1
2
345
1. Fan louvers: Enables air to circulate inside the
heating.
louvers
2. PC Card slots:You
has
3. PC Card
4.
eject
IrDA(R) port:
computer, and thus prevents
place any object in front of fan louvers. Blocking
may result in overheating and damage the computer.
Do not
can
only
insert two type II PC Cards
one type II PC Card slot.)
button: Press the
eject
button to
or one
remove
type III PC Card. (NZ2 model
the PC Card.
IrDA por t enables wireless data transfer between your computer and
or any other devices supporting IrDA.
computer, printer,
5. Audio
jacks
Speaker jack:
Connects to external
Line-in: Connects to
an
Overview
speakers.
external audio
Microphone jack: Connects
20
over-
the fan
to a
source
microphone.
for sound
input.
a
1-3. Status indicators
Note : Some models may look different from the
picture
below.
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6
5
1. Drive in use: Drive in use indicator
from the hard disk
2.
Caps
lock:
Caps
lock indicator
this indicator
Shift
or
lights up when data
optical disk drive.
lights up
lights up, you
is
being
written to
or
read
when the
can
Caps lock key is pressed. When
type capital letters without pressing the
key.
3. Num lock: Num lock indicator
lock
key
ded
numeric
Internal
is
lights up
when the combination of the Shift and Num
pressed. When this indicator
keys. (To
Keypad setting
use
lights up, you can use
keys, you must
the numeric
under the Advanced
menu
the embedenable the
in the BIOS
Setup
Utility)
4. Scroll lock: Scroll lock indicator
lights up
when the Scroll lock
key
is
pressed.
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21
5. Power: Power status indicator indicates the
Green: The computer is turned
on.
Off: The computer is turned off
or
Blinking:
6.
Battery: Battery
The computer is in
computer.
mode.
standby
following
AC
status of the
an
Off: The
the computer is not connected to
The
is
fully charged OR
battery pow er
adaptor
and is
battery.
Red: The computer is connected to
Blinking:
Overview
status of the
is in hibernation mode.
status indicator indicates the
battery
Adaptor.
22
following
is under 10% of its maximum
being charged.
capacity.
an
AC
This section describes how to
2-1.
the AC
Using
An AC
CYNOTE. Read this section before
using your computer.
adaptor
is needed to supply power to your computer. The AC
100~240VAC power source .Use only the AC adaptor that
with your computer. Using any other adaptor may cause damage to your com-
adaptor
adaptor
comes
use
can
or
battery pack
be used with
a
puter.
1.
Connecting
the AC
Connect the power cord to the
adaptor
to an AC outlet
and then
adaptor,
plug
(100~240V)
the power cord into
an
AC outlet.
Note
NZ2 and NZ4 models
adaptor
before
use
connecting
different AC
adaptors.
Make
sure
you have the correct AC
it to your computer.
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
with wet hands.
multiple
devices.
electric shock.
Doing
so
may result in electric
shock.
Basics
23
2.
Connecting
Plug
3.
the
adaptor
Opening
the AC
adaptor
cable into the power
and
positioning
Press the latch button and open the
for comfortable
to the
computer
jack.
the LCD
panel
display panel. Adjust
the
slope
of the
display panel
viewing.
4. Power switch
Press the power switch to turn
on
the computer.
Note
You
can
switch from
with the 110V
using
220V AC power to 110V
by simply exchanging
the 220V
plug
plug.
For NZ4 models, if a floppy disk is in the drive when the computer is turned on,
will not start.
Windows(R)
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Basics
2-2.
Using
The batter y
the
pack
battery pack
must be
Caution: You
1. Turn the
2.
Align
computer
the two small
side of the
fully charged
before first
must tur n off the
over so
that the
protrusions
on
use.
computer before changing the battery pack.
battery
slot faces up.
the side of the
battery pack with
Caution: Use only the battery pack that
3.
the grooves
on
the
battery slot; then insert the battery pack into the slot.
Gently push
4. The batter y
the
battery pack
pack
comes
with the computer.
into the slot until it clicks.
is inserted.
Basics
25
5. Connect the AC
to
Page
adaptor and open the LCD panel. Start charging
Using the AC adaptor)
23
the
battery. (Refer
6. Check the
battery status indicator.
battery is fully charged, the indicator
If the
Red: The computer is connected to the AC
Off: The
battery
Blinking:
The
is
fully charged OR
battery pow er
7. To remove the batter y
is turned off.
adaptor
and is
the computer is not connected to the AC
is under 10% of its maximum
pack,
being charged.
slide the
battery
capacity.
latch in the direction of the
hold; then lift the battery pack from the slot.
Caution
When you
26
Basics
are
not
using
the computer,
remove
Adaptor.
the batter y
pack.
arrow
and
Note: The
battery pack
Self-discharge
The battery gr adually
has the
following
loses its power
over
characteristics.
time without
ever
being
used.
Periodic full
discharg e/charge
Frequent recharging of the battery pack can reduce the capacity of the battery pack.
When this happens, you can perform the full discharge/charge to restore the capacity of
the battery pack. To improve the capacity of the battery pack, periodic full discharge/
charge should be performed once ever y 30 60 days.
You should use the battery until its power is low; then fully charge the battery.
~
To
battery pack safely and effectively,
battery pack.
Keep the battery pack away from heat or fire
Store the battery pack at room temperature. (32 ~140degrees
Do not disassemble the battery pack.
Do not expose the battery pack to water.
Keep the battery pack away from children.
use
the
Do not short-circuit the
.
If the
charging begins. The
fully charged.
cannot be
Turning
Before tur ning
is
60
degrees C)
tr ickle
charging may
take 16hours for the
battery pack
to be
temperature of the battery pack drops below 32 degrees F(0 degrees C), the
battery pack
2-3.
~
temperature of the battery pack drops below 50 degress F(10 degrees C), the
trickle
If the
F/0
on
charged.
the power
on
the computer, make
and off
sure
the AC
adaptor
is connected
or
the batter y
charged.
Turning
on
the computer
1. Press and hold the latch
button(1) and open the display panel(2).
1
2
2
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27
2. Press the power switch.
3.
Pressing
screen
is
Turning
1. Quit all
the power switch starts the self
diagnostics;
then Windo ws(R) XP startup
displayed.
off the computer
running applications;
click Start and choose Shut down from the start up
menu.
Caution
If the Drive in
damage
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Basics
use
the data
indicator is on, do not tur n off the computer,
read from or written to the dr ive.
being
as
doing
so
may
2. In the Shut Down Windows choose Shut down.
,
3. The computer is tur ned off
automatically.
Warning
If Windows does not shut down correctly, press and hold the power switch for more
than 5 seconds; the system will shut down.
Turning off the computer this way may damage the system. It is recommended that
you
always
If the
turn off the
computer does
computer by choosing Shut down in the Start
not shut down
correctly
while
menu.
running applications,
the data
in the hard disk drive may be damaged.
If a progr am does not respond, press the Ctrl+Alt+Delete combination to start the
Task manager; then quit the program
If Windows or program file is damaged
install the program. The
use of the computer.
user
is
or
restart the
by shutting
responsible for the
system.
down the system incorrectly, reloss of data caused by incorrect
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29
2-4.
Attaching
Attaching
a
USB
external devices
USB device
mouse
(not included)
USB
keyboard
(not included)
Attaching
a
television
TV
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using
(not included)
an
S-Video connector
Attaching
an
external monitor
Exter nal monitor
(not included)
Note
Tur n off the computer before
Attaching
a
attaching
an
external monitor.
printer
Printer
(not included)
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Attaching
an
IEEE 1394 device
Exter nal hard disk
drive
Attaching
audio
(not included)
equipment
Microphone
(not included)
Speackers/Headphones
(not included)
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Basics
2-5.
Using
the IrDA port
Your computer supports IrDA
nication.
(Infrared
Data
Association)
standard for infrared
commu-
About IrDA por t
Rang e:
1m
T he range of communication is affected by its surroundings. Removing electronic devices,
which may obstruct an IrDA communication, will increase the range of communication.
For IrDA communication to work, there cannot be
an
object
between the computer and
the other IrDA device.
Beam
angle:
+-15
Data transmission
speed:
4.0
Mbps
Your computer has an IrDA V3.0 Fast Infrared por t allowing the data transmission speed
of Serial Infr ared(115.2Kbps) and Fast Infrared(4Mbps). Transmission speed depends
on
programs and devices used in IrDA communication.
IrDA communication programs
General serial communication programs can be used, but programs
for IrDA communication i s recommended.
Your computer is
Using
IrDA
configured
to use COM
specifically designed
port for IrDA communication in FIR mode.
port
Your computer can communicate with another IrDA standard compatible device supporting FIR data communication. IrDA communication provides useful wireless communication betw een your computer and other computer or devices. The following section
describes how to establish IrDA communication between 2 computers.
1. Make sure Wireless Link progr am is installed in your
1. Turn
on
computer.
the computer.
2. Click Start button and
right-click My computer
Manager.
to select
Properties.
3. On Hardware tab, click Device
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33
4.
Right-click IrDA Fast Infrared
configure the device.
and
34
Basics
Port and select
Properties. Click
Advanced tab,
2.
Align
2
computers
so
that their IrDA ports
3. The distance and the beam
er
than +-15
angle between
degrees respectively.
point
to each other.
the ports must be less than 1m and small-
4. Remove any obstruction between the por ts.
5. When the connection is established, Wireless Link program starts automatically.
Wireless Link icon appears on the taskbar, and shortcut to Wireless link is creat-
ed
on
the
desktop.
Shor tcut to Wireless link
Wireless link icon
6. Double-click Wireless link icon
7. Select the file that you
w ant
to
on
the taskbar; Wireless Link windows opens.
send, and click Send.
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8.
Sending
and
receiving computers
show the
following
windows. Click Yes to star t
a
data transfer.
Sender
Receiver
9. The data transfer is
complete.
Note
directory for the received data is C:\Documents and Settings\UserName\
change the default directory, open Wireless Link and click Properties, and
choose a new default directory.
The default
Desktop.
then
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To
3-1.
The
the
Using
keyboard
is used for
keyboard
entering
About the
keyboard
The
is
keyboard
Function
keys:
composed
keys:
Hot
for
n
umber, and other special function keys.
keys enable you to perform different operations depending
operating system and application program you use.
on
keys(shortcuts) ar e used in conjunction with Fn key to pr ovide shortcuts
of the predefined operations, such as entering power-saving mode.
some
Cursor control
Editing keys:
of character,
computer.
Function
the
Hot
text and commands in the
keys: You
You
can move
can move
and down the
the
the
cursor
cursor
to the
in the direction of the
beginning
or
arrows
.
end of the current line,
or
up
screen.
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37
Character and number
keys:
consist of character
ter
keys,
and
keys, number keys, special characspacebar. Spacebar is used for creating a
space between characters.
Embedded numeric
keys: You
enable the embedded numeric
to use the embedded numeric
Shift and ScrLk
ic keys, you must
Setup Utility.)
keys again
can
press the combination of Shift and ScrLk keys to
Lock indicator lights up and enables you
keypad. Num
keypad shown
below. You
can
press the combination of
keys. (To use the numer-
to disable the embedded numeric
set the Advanced
->
Internal
Keypad setting
to Enabled in the BIOS
Caution
Do not
spill water, juice, coffee,
puter and
cause an
etc on the
keyboard
as
it may
damage
the
com-
electric shock.
Note
In the middle of
entering characters,
if numbers
are
entered instead of characters, press
the combination of Shift and ScrLk to disable the embedded numeric
38
Input/Output
keys.
Modifier and
special
function
keys
3
4
5
2
1
76
1. Shift
Hold Shift
key:
for the
2.
Caps
Lock
key:
key
down and press another
key
to enter the upper case letter
key.
Press
Caps
key
key.
key to lock the keyboard in the upper case posiCaps Lock indicator lights up, you can press another
Lock
tion. When the
in combination with Shift to enter the low er
case
letter for the
Note
You
can
Caps
You
lock the
keyboard in the upper/lower case position by pressing Caps Lock key.
lights up in upper case position.
combination of Shift and a character key to enter its upper/lower case
Lock indicator
can use
the
letter.
3. Esc
key:
4. PrtSc
Use Esc
key
to
quit programs
cancel
(Print Screen) key: Press PrtSc key
visible
5. Enter
or
key:
Press Enter
key
on
your
a
operation
to take the
screen
in
a
snapshot
program.
of the entire
and store it in the
area
clipboard.
to enter a command or to end a line.
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39
6. Shortcut
gr am.
7.
40
menu
(Shortcut
key:
menu
Press Shortcut
key
works the
menu
same as
Windows(R) key: Press Windows key
Input/Output
key
to view shortcuts for the current pro-
the
right-clicking
the
to view the Start menu.
mouse
button).
3-2. Hot
The
the
keys
following Hot keys provide you with
brightness of the computer display.
Fn+F4: Force the
computer
to enter a
shortcuts to
operations,
power-saving
mode.
such
as
adjusting
(ex: system standby
and
hiber nation)
Fn+F5: Press the combination
to disable the touch pad, and press again to enable
pad initialization takes 1~2seconds, so wait for the
initialization to end before using the touch pad)
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 display only, the external monitor only, or
the touch
Fn+F7:
both at the
same
once
touch
pad. (The
time
.
Fn+Home: The computer display becomes brighter.
Fn+End: The computer display becomes darker.
Fn+F8: Enable/disable Auto
Brightness
control. Refer to
Battery Miser Help.
Battery Miser Help.
Fn+F9: Enbale/disable Auto Sound driver. Refer to
3-3.
Using
The touch
pad
the touch
can
pad
be used with
which functions similar to
a
a mouse
scroll wheel
at the same time. It has a scroll
button,
on a mouse.
1
2
3
4
1. Touch
pad:
used to
move
the
2. Left button: used to select
3.
Right
4. Scroll
or
pointer.
click items.
button: functions similar to the
Up/Down
right
button
on a mouse.
button: functions similar to the scroll wheel
on a mouse.
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41
Caution
Guidelines
on
using
the touch
Do not touch the touch
age the touch pad.
Do not remove the
touch
pad
cover
with
pad
sharp
a
or
pointed object
sheet of the touch
pad
as
as
doing
doing
so
may
so
may dam-
damage
the
pad.
Do not
pad with two fingers,
correctly. Using the touch pad
pad.
use
the touch
not function
the touch
Do not exert too much pressure
finger or wrist.
on
w
earing gloves, or wet hand as it may
a dirty or oily finger may damage
with
the touch
pad
as
doing
so
may result in
injuries
to your
Moving the pointer on the screen
Gently place your finger on the touch pad
the pointer to move.
Making
the selection
To click
a
or
or
and slide it in the direction in which you want
(Click)
button, quickly press and release the left button. You can click the left button
gently tap the touch pad once to select an item on a menu or an icon on the screen,
position
the
cursor
in
a
document.
OR
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Input/Output
Double-click
(Run)
To double-click
a button, quickly press and release the left button twice. You can also tap
twice to get the same result. To launch an application, you can select and
double-click the .exe file or the program icon.
the touch
pad
Drag and drop
drag an object, select and move the object by clicking
sliding the finger across the touch pad without releasing
To
To
drop
You
the
object you
can use
drag
and
have
drop
just dragged,
and
holding
release the left button.
to move files from one location to another.
if you want to place a file in the recycle bin, place the
you want to move, press the left button and hold, slide your finger
to mo ve the file and release the left button above the recycle bin.
For
the left button and
the button.
example,
Drag:
Move the icon without
Drop:
Release the left button above the
releasing
pointer
across
above the file
the touch
pad
the left button.
recycle
bin.
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ClickLock
ClickLock enables you to select text or drag a file without
mouse button or touch pad button.
having
to
continuously
hold
down the
Follow the instruction below to enable ClickLock. If ClickLock is enabled, you can hold
mouse button or touch pad button for a moment and then release it, and still
down the
get the
same
effect
as
continuously holding down the button. You can drag an object with
again to release the button and drop the object.
ClickLock enabled and press
1. Click and open the Mouse
Properties
2. On the Buttons tab, under
ClickLock, select Turn
3. Click
Settings
ton to enable
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Input/Output
and
adjust
how
long you
window.
on
ClickLock check box.
need to hold down
ClickLock, and then Select OK.
a mouse or
touch
pad
but-
Using
the scroll
up/down
button
built-in scroll up/down button. In a progr am window with a scroll
and
down the windows using the scroll up/down button. When you
bar, you
up
scroll a window using the scroll up/down button, the pointer on the screen does not
Your computer has
a
can move
move.
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45
46
The system setup
system setup provides
size of the installed
4-1.
Starting
your computer's hardware configurations in CMOS RAM. The
you with information, such as the size and type of your hard disk,
saves
memor y,
date, and time.
the system setup
Booting the system using a star tup floppy disk. (Page 49)
Setting a password. (Page 50)
Changing or removing the password. (Page 53)
Recovering the factor y default settings. (Page 55)
Caution
change the system setup arbitrarily. Incorrect system setup may result in
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
Do not
errors
while
of the system.
Keys
used in the system setup
Enter: Select the current item.
Esc: Close the current window
or move
to the
CursorControl
+
-
:
previous
right.
window.
Keys: Move up, down, left, and
Increase and decrease the value.
Page Up: Move to the first item.
Page Down: Move to the last item.
F10: Save and exit the system setup.
Note
Cursor control
keys (arrow keys)
move
the
cursor
up, down, to the left and
right.
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47
1. Turn on the
48
computer.
2. When LG
logo appears
on
3. The BIOS
Setup Utility
window appears
System Setup
the screen, press F2.
.
4-2.
Booting
with
a
bootable
floppy
To boot your system using a floppy disk, you
the bootable CD from the CD-ROM drive.
Follow the instructions below to set the
1.
Open
2. Use
the BIOS
arrow
keys
Setup Utility
and
can
floppy
either
change
the boot order
disk drive to the first
use arrow
to select Removable
disk
keys
on
or remove
the boot order.
to select Boot menu.
Devices, and press Shift and
+
keys
to move
the item to the top of the list.
3. Press F10 to
4. When the
save
the
new
setting.
following message appears,
select Yes and then press Enter to restart
the computer.
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49
4-3.
Setting
a
password
If you want to protect the system setup from
below to set a password.
You
can
set a passw ord in the BIOS
an
unauthorized user, follow the instructions
Setup Utility
program.
Caution
If you forget the password, you cannot gain access to your system. Make sure you
write down the password in a safe place only you can refer to in case you forget
the
password.
Setting
a
supervisor password
A
password protects your computer from unauthoriz ed users. The factory
a passw ord. A supervisor password prevents unauthorized
changing the system setup.
does not have
1. Start the BIOS
2. Use
arro w
keys
default setup
users from
Setup Utility.
to select Set
Supervisor
Password under
Security
menu, and then
press Enter.
Note
You
50
can use a
supervisor password
Utility,
and select Power
should
only
use a user
System Setup
on
to
gain
access
and
change items in the BIOS Setup
by someone else, he or she
Boot. If your computer is used
password.
3. If the
following message appears enter
password must be consisted of character
imum length of 8.
4. If the
,
following message appears press
,
5. Press F10 to
6. If the
user
the
new
a user
password
and then press Enter. A
A~Zand numbers 0~9,and have the
max-
Enter.
settings.
following message appears,
Setting
A
save
a new
select Yes and press Enter to restart the computer.
password
password is a secondary compared to a super visor passw ord. You
password in order to set a user password.
must set a
super visor
1. Start the BIOS
2. Use
arrow
keys
Setup Utility
and
use arrow
keys
to select
Security
menu.
to select Set User Password and press Enter.
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51
Note
A
password gives limited access for changing
Utility compared to a supervisor password.
user
the
settings
in the BIOS
Setup
3. If the following message appears, enter a new password and press Enter. A password must be consisted of character A~Zand numbers 0~9, and have the maximum
length
of 8.
4. If the
following message appears, press
5. Press F10 to
6. If the
52
save
the
new
settings.
following message appears,
System Setup
Enter.
select Yes and press Enter to restart the computer.
4-4.
Changing
You must know the
1. Start the BIOS
or
removing
password
to
Setup Utility
,
change
the
password
or remove
enter your
it.
password,
To
change
the
password,
follow the instruction
To
remo ve
the
password,
follow the instructions below.
2. Use
arrow
keys
to select
Security
on
and then press Enter.
Setting
menu, and select a
a
password.
password you
want to remove,
and then press Enter.
3. If the
following message appears, enter the current
Enter Current Password, and then press Enter.
password
in the bracket next to
System Setup
53
4. Press Enter without
entering
a
password
in the brackets next to Enter New Password
and Confirm New Password.
5. If the
following message appears, press
6. Press F10 to
7. If the
54
save
the
new
settings.
following message appears,
System Setup
Enter.
select Yes and press Enter to restart the computer.
4-5.
If
Recovering
the
accidentally modifies
factory default settings.
a user
the
1. Start the BIOS
2. Use
arrow
3. If the
keys
factory
default
settings
the system setup, follow the instr uction below to
Setup Utility
,
and
to select Load
use arrow
Setup
following message appears,
settings.
keys
recover
to select Exit.
Defaults and press Enter.
,
select Yes and press Enter to
recover
the
factory
default
4. Press F10 to save the new
5. If the
settings.
following message appears,
select Yes and press Enter to restart the computer.
System Setup
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5-1. About the Software installation CD
The Software installation CD enables you to install or restore device drivers and certain programs. Use this CD after you install Windows or if you experience frequent system errors.
T he Software installation CD includes the
drivers
improves the functionality
your computing environment.
following
device drivers.
of your computer, and
Intel(R) Chipset driver enables you to get the
improves the functionality of the computer.
ATI(R) Video driver enables the computer
to
SoundMax driver enables the computer to
most out of Intel
display
play
Installing the device
helps you get the most out of
information
Cardbus driver enables Cardbus controller to function
Optional
The
the LCD.
correctly.
correctly.
TouchPad driver enables TouchPad controller to function
Miser extends the life of the
and thus
audio files and CDs.
Intel LAN driver enables Intel LAN controller to function
Battery
on
Chipset,
battery by shutting
correctly.
dow n the power
on
the
periph-
device drivers
following optional
device drivers may
or
may not be
displayed
when you open the
Software installation CD.
Windows(R) update cor rects problems that may occur during the use of Windows XP.
Note: Windows update is displayed only if Windows XP is installed in your system. It is
not displayed if Windows XP SP1 is installed.
Wireless LAN driver enables Wireless LAN controller to function
cor
Installing
rectly.
Device Drivers
57
Agere Systems AC'97
Modem driver enables the modem to function
correctly.
Lucent Win Modem driver enables the modem to function
Note: Wireless LAN, Agere
are included only if you have
cor rectly.
Systems AC'97 Modem, and Lucent Win Modem drivers
purchased and installed an optional LGE Mini-PCI Card in
your system.
Intel SpeedStep Technology Applet enables the computer to function more efficiently
by changing the CPU clock according to the computing environment.
Note: Intel Speed Step Technology Applet is displayed only if Windows 2000 is
installed in your system.
5-2.
Installing
device drivers
Follow the instructions below to install device drivers:
1. Turn on the
computer and insert the Software installation CD.
2. Select the device driver you want to install.
3. Follow the instructions to
Note: Some device drivers
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Installing
Device Drivers
complete
the installation.
require you
to restar t the
computer after the installation.
6-1.
Using
the
optical
drive
Different model types provide different optical drives. (Some models have CD-ROM dr iand others have CD-RW/DVD-ROM combo dr ives)
ves
Inserting
a
1. Turn on the
CD
computer, and press the eject button
2. Pull out the disk
on
the CD-ROM drive.
tray from the CD-ROM dr ive.
3. Place the CD in the middle of the tray.
(Label
on
the CD must face
upward)
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59
4. Push the
tray into the CD-ROM dr ive.
Note
When you use the CD-ROM or CD-RW/DVD-ROM drive, place your computer
surface. The drive may not function correctly on an uneven surface.
Your computer has a CD-ROM drive with the
may rattle when you first insert a CD.
Be careful not to scratch the surface of
Do not clean
Benzene
or
CD-ROM
a
or
a
speed
CD-ROM
or
or
faster; therefore, the drive
CD-RW/DVD-ROM disk.
CD-RW/DVD-ROM disk with abrasive chemicals, such
CD-ROM
Use
clean, soft cloth when removing dust
bump
or
a
or
or
fingerprints
on
a
RW/DVD-ROM disk.
Removing
60
as
CD-RW/DVD-ROM disk.
drop
1. Press the
flat
Paint thinner.
Do not
a
of 24X
on a
a
eject
Storage/Memory
CD
button
on
the CD-ROM drive to
eject
the disk tray.
CD-ROM
or
CD-
2. Lift the CD in the middle of the disk
tray. Place the CD in its protective
case.
3. Push the disk tray into the drive.
Replacing
1. Click
Safely
the
optical
drive
Remove Hardware icon
on
the taskbar.
2. Select the hardware you want to remove, and press
Stop.
Storage/Memory
61
3. When the
following
screen
appears, press OK.
4. When a message, Safe to Remove Hardware appears,
and hold.
5. Pull out the device from the
62
Storage/Memory
computer.
push
the latch toward the left
6. Insert and
6-2.
push
Playing
Using
the
an
new
device until you hear
can use
You
can
play
movie
Player
Windows(R) Media Player
and make
play
various types of audio and video files.
a
Windows Media
1. Turn on the
2. Press the
to
copy of an audio CD, listen to the Internet radio broadcast,
and listen to a music or watch a video on a web site. If you have a DVD
play
clips,
dr ive, you can play a DVD. If you have
Player to make your own music CD.
Starting
click.
audio CD
Windows Media
You
a
Player
a
CD-RW drive, you
can use
Windows Media
1
computer.
eject
button
on
the drive to open the disk tray, and then inser t
an
audio CD
and close the tray.
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63
3. Select the Windows Media
Player
and click OK. Windows Media
Player
the audio CD.
starts
ing
(If you select another audio CD program, that program will
CD instead of Windows Media Player)
Starting Windows
1. Press Start
->
Media
All
Player
Programs
->
playplay the
2
Accessories
->
Entertainment
->
Windows Media
Player.
2. When Windows Media
an
64
audio
or
Player opens, press
video file you want to play.
Storage/Memory
Open
under File menu, and then select
6-3.
Using
the
floppy
disk drive
Note : NZ2 model does not have
a
floppy
built-in
(NZ4 model only)
disk drive. If your computer does not have a
a replaceable floppy disk drive that fits into
floppy disk drive, you can purchase
the optical disk drive bay of your computer.
Using
A
a
floppy
floppy
disk
disk drive does not store data
on
the drive. The actual data is stored in
py disk, and the drive reads and writes the data on the floppy disk.
A floppy disk can store only a small amount of data, but its small size and
a
flop-
light weight
makes it easy to carry around.
Backup your important data on a different floppy disk.
floppy disks safely in a protective case.
Hold your floppy disk by the plastic side where the label is.
Write on the label before attaching it to the floppy disk.
If you need to write on a label that is already attached to a disk, use a soft felt pen.
Do not hold a floppy disk by the metal side where the opening is.
Remove the old label before placing a new one.
Keep your floppy disks away from a TV and other electronic appliances that may generate magnetic fields.
Keep your floppy disks away from heat and direct sun light.
Store
Write-protect
tab
You
can lock your floppy disk with the write-protect tab. Move the write-protect tab to
close and open the square hole. If the hole is open, the floppy disk is locked and you
can not write or erase data on the disk.
Closed: Read and Write
Note: Do not
eject a floppy disk
Open:
Read
from the drive when the
only
floppy
disk drive indicator is
Storage/Memory
on.
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Using
the
floppy
disk drive
1. Turn the pow er on.
2. Insert
a
floppy
disk into the disk drive.
Caution
Insert
a
floppy
disk with the label side
facing up.
Note
If you insert a bootable floppy disk and turn the power on, you can boot with the floppy disk.
If you inser t a floppy disk while Windows(R) is running, you can read and write data on
the disk.
3. Press the
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eject
Storage/Memory
button to
remove
the
floppy
disk.
6-4.
Installing memory
When you
are
using
the computer, you may want to increase the memory
capacity.
About memory
Your computer uses DDR(Double Data
Module) with 200 pins.
Rate) SDRAM SO-DIMM(Dual
In-Line
Memory
Each memor y socket can support a memory module from 64MB to 512MB, and the
maximum memory capacity of the computer is 1024MB.
Before
When
installing memory
static
installing
electricity
Make
sure
you
are
or remo
as
it
ving the memory modules,
damage the modules.
be careful not to expose them to the
can
the type of memory installed in your computer is the
about to install.
same as
the memory
Note
only the correct type of memory module (DDR SDRAM using 2.5V).
Different models of computer can use different memory modules.
DDR memor y has higher data-transfer rate and different shape compared to the
Use
typical
memor y.
DDR SDRAM
SDRAM
Caution
Your computer supports PC2100/DDR SDRAM SO-DIMM 266MHz/200MHz with
FSB Frequency of 400MHz.
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Purchasing memory
Be sure to buy the correct type of memory modules for your computer.
Type: PC2100 (200 pin DDR SDRAM SO-DIMM)
Speed: 266MHz (133MHz X2), 200MHz (100MHz X2)
Size: 128MB, 256MB, 512MB
Installing memory
Main board configuration, memory socket, and memory module may look different in different models of computer.
1. Loosen the screw at the bottom of the
computer, and
remove
the memory slot
cover.
Note
Before
pack,
removing
the cover, shut down your computer, remove AC adaptor and
or cable that are attached to the computer.
battery
and detach any device
2. Use the notch
on the memory to make sure the memory aligns with the socket, and
then inser t the memory into the socket at an angle of appro ximately 30 degrees.
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Storage/Memory
3. Push down the memory until you hear
a
click
Note : Push down the memory until the latch
firmly
secures
the memory
on
the socket.
Attention
Use
only
the memory module sold
by LG. Using
other
memor y
modules
can
dam-
age your computer.
4. Close the cover and
tighten
the
screw.
5. 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.
Note
When
rebooting
the computer, make
sure
the size of installed memory is correct.
If different, re-install the memory module.
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Features
Processor
NZ2:
Intel Mobile Pentium4 Processor-M
(L2 cache: 512KB, Micro-FCPGA package: 1.8GHz, 1.9GHz, 2.0GHz, 2.2GHz)
Intel Mobile Celeron Processor
(L2 cache: 256KB, Micro-FCPGA package: 1.8GHz)
NZ4:
Intel Pentium4 Processor
(L2 cache: 512KB, Micro-FC-PGA2 package: 2.4GHz)
Note
The CPU cannot be
with
a
different CPU
replac ed or upgraded by the
depending on the model type.
user.
The computer is
equipped
Memory
Built-in: 256MB DDR SDRAM SO-DIMM
Maximum: 512MB on each slot and 1024MB combined
Memor y Type: DDR SDRAM SO-DIMM (128MB, 256MB, and
512MB)
BIOS ROM
4MB of ROM
Storage
devices
2.5-inch hard disk drive
model
(The capacity of the hard disk drive is different depending
on
the
type.)
PC Card slot
1.44MB 3.8-inch
Optical
dr ive
Note : The
floppy
(CD-ROM
specification
diskette
or
drive(NZ2 model does
drive)
not have a
floppy
diskette
drive)
CD-RW/DVD combo
for the
optical
drive
depends
on
the model
type)
Features/Specification
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External I/O Interfaces
NZ2:
External monitor connector
25-pin parallel
connector
PC Card slot
Microphone jack
Speaker/Headphone jack
Audio Line-in jack
IrDA
port
3 Universal Serial Bus
RJ11
telephone
(USB)
connectors
connector
RJ45 Ether net connector
IEEE 1395 connector
S-Video connector
NZ4:
External monitor connector
25-pin parallel
connector
2 PC Card slots
Microphone jack
Speaker/Headphone jack
Audio Line-in jack
IrDA
port
3 Universal Serial Bus
RJ11
telephone
(USB)
connectors
connector
RJ45 Ether net connector
IEEE 1395 connector
S-Video connector
Graphics
Mobility
ATI
Radeon M6-C
Graphics
Controller
4X AGP
16MB of Video memory
Sound
Analog
Stereo
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Devices AC'97 SoundMax CODEC
speakers
Features/Specification
(AD1886A)
XGA
Display
(1024X768)
TFT LCD
Note: The size of
display
is different
depending
on
the model type.
LAN
Intel 82562 ET
RJ45 Ether net connector
Modem
Ambit JO7M040.05
RJ11
telephone
(Mini PCI Card)
connector
Features/Specification
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Power
AC
specification
Adaptor (Free Voltage)
NZ2:
Input: AC 100 240V, 1.6A, 50
Output: DC 18.5V, 3.5A, 65W
~
~
60Hz
NZ4:
Input: AC 100 240V, 1.5A, 50
Output: DC 18.5V, 4.9A, 90W
~
Note: Use the correct
adaptor
~
60Hz
for your computer.
Battery Pack(Li-Ion)
DC 14.8V, 4400mAh
Charging
(8-cell)
time
Less than 3 hours with the power off in room temperature
(9.6 40 degrees C/ 49.28 ~104degrees F)
~
Less than 16 hours with the power off in low temper ature
(0 9.6 degrees C/ 32 49.28 degrees F)
~
Note: The
~
battery
cannot be
charged
belo w 0
degrees C(32 degrees F).
battery pack;
Note: The temperature indicated above is the temperature inside the
therefore the actual temperature may be different.
Battery Life
(Mobile CPU): More than 4hours (BatteryMark(TM) V4.0.1)
NZ4 (Desktop CPU): More than 2hours (BatteryMark V4.0.1)
NZ2
Operating
environment
Operating
10
35 degrees C(50
~
Non-operating
60 degrees C(14
-10
74
~
Features/Specification
95
~
~
degrees F),
140
20
degrees F),
~
10
80% relative
humidity
80% relative
~
humidity
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