Samsung | NP-X06 | Samsung NP-X06 User manual

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contained in herein; nor for incidental or consequential damages resulting from the
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Macrovision Statement
If your computer has a DVD drive and an analog TV Out port, the following
paragraph applies:
This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by method
claims of certain U.S. patents and other intellectual property rights owned by
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technology must be authorized by Macrovision Corporation, and is intended for home
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Important Safety Information
Safety Instructions
Your system is designed and tested to meet the latest standards for safety of
information technology equipment. However, to ensure safe use of this product, it is
important that the safety instructions marked on the product and in the documentation
are followed.
Always follow these instructions to help guard against personal injury and
damage to your system.
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Setting Up your System
• Read and follow all instructions marked on the product and in the
documentation before you operate your system. Retain all safety and operating
instructions for future use.
• Do not use this product near water or a heat source such as a radiator.
• Set up the system on a stable work surface.
• The product should be operated only with the type of power source indicated on
the rating label.
• Ensure that the electrical outlet you are using to power your equipment is easily
accessible in case of fire or short circuit.
• If your computer has a voltage selector switch, make sure that the switch is in
the proper position for your area.
• Openings in the computer case are provided for ventilation. Do not block or
cover these openings. Make sure you provide adequate space, at least 6 inches
(15 cm), around the system for ventilation when you set up your work area.
Never insert objects of any kind into the computer ventilation openings.
• Ensure that the fan vents on the bottom of the casing are clear at all times. Do
not place the computer on a soft surface, doing so will block the bottom vents.
• If you use an extension cord with this system, make sure that the total ampere
rating on the products plugged into the extension cord does not exceed the
extension cord ampere rating.
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Care During Use
• Do not walk on the power cord or allow anything to rest on it.
• Do not spill anything on the system. The best way to avoid spills is to not eat or
drink near your system.
• Some products have a replaceable CMOS battery on the system board. There is
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a danger of explosion if the CMOS battery is replaced incorrectly. Replace the
battery with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.
Dispose of batteries according to the manufacturer’s instructions. If the CMOS
battery requires replacement insure that a qualified technician performs the task
When the computer is turned off, a small amount of electrical current still flows
through the computer. To avoid electrical shock, always unplug all power
cables, remove the battery and modem cables from the wall outlets before
cleaning the system.
Unplug the system from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified
personnel if:
– The power cord or plug is damaged.
– Liquid has been spilled into the system.
– The system does not operate properly when the operating instructions are
followed.
– The system was dropped or the casing is damaged.
– The system performance changes.
The Instruction On Safety Operation of NotePC
1. At installation and operation of devices it is necessary to carry out requirements of
the user's guide.
2. Devices can be used only with the equipment specified in the technical
specifications of the devices.
3. At operation of devices it is necessary to carry out the basic requirements
4. At occurrence of malfunctions in the device (a smell of burnt isolation, a smoke,
etc.), it is necessary to disconnect the equipment from the power supply and to not
to inserted back before reparation.
5. Service and reparation of devices should be carried out by experts of the
manufacturer.
Technical director of the service center
Replacement Parts and Accessories
Use only replacement parts and accessories recommended by manufacturer.
Important Safety Information iii
To reduce the risk of fire, use only No. 26 AWG or larger telecommunications
line cord.
Written by: Daryl L. Osden
Do not use this product in areas classified as hazardous. Such areas include
patient care areas of medical and dental facilities, oxygen rich environments,
or industrial areas.
Battery Disposal
Do not put rechargeable batteries or products powered by non-removable
rechargeable batteries in the garbage.
Contact the Samsung Helpline for information on how to dispose of batteries that you
cannot use or recharge any longer.
Follow all local regulations when disposing of old batteries.
Laser Safety
All systems equipped with CD or DVD drives comply with the appropriate safety
standards, including IEC 825. The laser devices in these components are classified as
“Class 1 Laser Products” under a US Department of Health and Human Services
(DHHS) Radiation Performance Standard. Should the unit ever need servicing, contact
an authorized service location.
Laser Safety Note:
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those
specified in this manual may result in hazardous radiation exposure. To
prevent exposure to laser beams, do not try to open the enclosure of a CD or
DVD drive.
Power Cord Requirements
The power cord set (wall plug, cable and AC adapter plug) you received with your
computer meets the requirements for use in the country where you purchased your
equipment.
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Power cord sets for use in other countries must meet the requirements of the country
where you use the computer. For more information on power cord set requirements,
contact your authorized dealer, reseller, or service provider.
General Requirements
The requirements listed below are applicable to all countries:
• The length of the power cord set must be at least 6.00 feet (1.8m) and a
maximum of 9.75 feet (3.0m).
• All power cord sets must be approved by an acceptable accredited agency
responsible for evaluation in the country where the power cord set will be used.
• The power cord set must have a minimum current capacity of 7 A and a
nominal voltage rating of 125 or 250 volts AC, as required by each country’s
power system.
• The appliance coupler must meet the mechanical configuration of an EN 60
320/IEC 320 Standard Sheet C7 connector, for mating with appliance inlet on
the computer.
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Regulatory Compliance Statements
Wireless Guidance
Low power, Radio LAN type devices (radio frequency (RF) wireless communication
devices), operating in the 2.4 GHz Band, may be present (embedded) in your notebook
system. The following section is a general overview of considerations while operating
a wireless device.
Additional limitations, cautions, and concerns for specific countries are listed in the
specific country sections (or country group sections). The wireless devices in your
system are only qualified for use in the countries identified by the Radio Approval
Marks on the system rating label. If the country you will be using the wireless device
in, is not listed, please contact your local Radio Approval agency for requirements.
Wireless devices are closely regulated and use may not be allowed.
The power output of the wireless device or devices that may be embedded in your
notebook is well below the RF exposure limits as known at this time. Because the
wireless devices (which may be embedded into your notebook) emit less energy than
is allowed in radio frequency safety standards and recommendations, manufacturer
believes these devices are safe for use. Regardless of the power levels, care should be
taken to minimize human contact during normal operation.
As a general guideline, a separation of 20 cm (8 inches) between the wireless device
and the body, for use of a wireless device near the body (this does not include
extremities) is typical. This device should be used more than 20 cm (8 inches) from the
body when wireless devices are on and transmitting.
This transmitter must not be collocated or operate in conjunction with any other
antenna or transmitter.
Some circumstances require restrictions on wireless devices. Examples of common
restrictions are listed below:
Radio frequency wireless communication can interfere with equipment on
commercial aircraft. Current aviation regulations require wireless devices to be
turned off while traveling in an airplane. 802.11B (also known as wireless
Ethernet or Wifi) and Bluetooth communication devices are examples of
devices that provide wireless communication.
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In environments where the risk of interference to other devices or services is
harmful or perceived as harmful, the option to use a wireless device may be
restricted or eliminated. Airports, Hospitals, and Oxygen or flammable gas
laden atmospheres are limited examples where use of wireless devices may
be restricted or eliminated. When in environments where you are uncertain of
the sanction to use wireless devices, ask the applicable authority for
authorization prior to use or turning on the wireless device.
Every country has different restrictions on the use of wireless devices. Since
your system is equipped with a wireless device, when traveling between
countries with your system, check with the local Radio Approval authorities
prior to any move or trip for any restrictions on the use of a wireless device in
the destination country.
If your system came equipped with an internal embedded wireless device, do
not operate the wireless device unless all covers and shields are in place and
the system is fully assembled.
Wireless devices are not user serviceable. Do not modify them in any way.
Modification to a wireless device will void the authorization to use it. Please
contact manufacturer for service.
Only use drivers approved for the country in which the device will be used. See
the manufacturer System Restoration Kit, or contact manufacturer Technical
Support for additional information.
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United States of America
USA and Canada Safety Requirements and Notices
Do not touch or move antenna while the unit is transmitting or receiving.
Do not hold any component containing the radio such that the antenna is very close or
touching any exposed parts of the body, especially the face or eyes, while transmitting.
Do not operate the radio or attempt to transmit data unless the antenna is connected; if
not, the radio may be damaged.
Use in specific environments:
The use of wireless devices in hazardous locations is limited by the constraints posed
by the safety directors of such environments.
The use of wireless devices on airplanes is governed by the Federal Aviation
Administration (FAA).
The use of wireless devices in hospitals is restricted to the limits set forth by each
hospital.
Antenna use:
In order to comply with FCC RF exposure limits, low gain integrated antennas should
be located at a minimum distance of 20 cm (8 inches) or more from the body of all
persons.
High-gain, wall-mount, or mast-mount antennas are designed to be professionally
installed and should be located at a minimum distance of 30 cm (12 inches) or more
from the body of all persons. Please contact your professional installer, VAR, or
antenna manufacturer for proper installation requirements.
Explosive Device Proximity Warning
Do not operate a portable transmitter (such as a wireless network device) near
unshielded
blasting caps or in an explosive environment unless the device has been
modified to be qualified for such use.
Antenna Warning
To comply with the FCC and ANSI C95.1 RF exposure limits, it is
recommended for Intel® PRO/Wireless Network Connections installed in a
desktop or portable computer, that the antenna for this device be installed
so as to provide a separation distance of al least 20 cm (8 inches) from
all persons and that the antenna must not be co-located or operating
in conjunction with any other antenna or radio transmitter. It is
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recommended that the user limit exposure time if the antenna is
positioned closer than 20cm (8 inches).
Use On Aircraft Caution
Regulations of the FCC and FAA prohibit airborne operation of radiofrequency wireless devices because their signals could interfere with critical
aircraft instruments.
Other Wireless Devices
Safety Notices for Other Devices in the Wireless Network: Refer to the
documentation supplied with wireless Ethernet adapters or other devices in the
wireless network.
The Part 15 radio device operates on a non-interference basis with other
devices operating at this frequency. Any changes or modification to said
product not expressly approved by Intel could void the user's authority to
operate this device.
Unintentional Emitter per FCC Part 15
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2)
this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
Written by: Daryl L. Osden
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class
B digital device pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generate uses and can radiate radio
frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions may cause harmful interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more
of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that
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to which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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If necessary, the user should consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television
technician for additional suggestions. The user may find the following booklet helpful:
“Something About Interference.” This is available at FCC local regional offices. Our
company is not responsible for any radio or television interference caused by
unauthorized modifications of this equipment or the substitution or attachment of
connecting cables and equipment other than those specified by our company. The
correction will be the responsibility of the user. Use only shielded data cables with this
system.
Intentional emitter per FCC Part 15
Low power, Radio LAN type devices (radio frequency (RF) wireless communication
devices), operating in the 2.4 GHz Band, may be present (embedded) in your notebook
system. This section is only applicable if these devices are present. Refer to the system
label to verify the presence of wireless devices.
Wireless devices that may be in your system are only qualified for use in the United
States of America if an FCC ID number is on the system label.
The FCC has set a general guideline of 20 cm (8 inches) separation between the device
and the body, for use of a wireless device near the body (this does not include
extremities). This device should be used more than 20 cm (8 inches) from the body
when wireless devices are on. The power output of the wireless device (or devices),
which may be embedded in your notebook, is well below the RF exposure limits as set
by the FCC.
This transmitter must not be collocated or operate in conjunction with any other
antenna or transmitter.
Operation of this device is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may
not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
Wireless devices are not user serviceable. Do not modify them in any way.
Modification to a wireless device will void the authorization to use it. Contact
manufacturer for service.
FCC Statement for Wireless LAN use:
“While installing and operating this transmitter and antenna combination the
radio frequency exposure limit of 1mW/cm2 may be exceeded at distances
close to the antenna installed. Therefore, the user must maintain a minimum
distance of 20cm from the antenna at all times. This device can not be
colocated with another transmitter and transmitting antenna.”
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FCC Part 68
This equipment compiles with part of the FCC rules. On the back of this equipment is
a label that contains, among other information, the FCC registration number and ringer
equivalence number (REN) for this equipment. If requested, this information must be
provided to the telephone company.
This equipment uses the following USOC jacks : RJ11C
An FCC compliant telephone cord and modular plug is provided with this equipment.
This equipment is designed to be connected to the telephone network or promises
wiring using a compatible modular jack which is Part 68 compliant. See Installation
Instructions for details.
The REN is used to determine the quantity of devices which may be connected to
telephone line. Excessive RENs on the telephone line may result in the devices not
ringing in response to an incoming call. In most, but not all areas, the sum of RENs
should not exceed five (5.0). To be certain of the number of devices that may be
connected to a line, as determined by total RENs, contact the local telephone company
to determine the maximum REN for the calling area.
If the terminal equipment causes harm to the telephone network, the Telephone
Company will notify you in advance that temporary discontinuance of service may be
required. But if advance notice is not practical, the telephone company will notify the
customer as soon as possible. Also, you will be advised of your right to file a complaint
with the FCC if you believe it is necessary.
The telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations, or
procedures that could affect the operation of the equipment. If this happens, the
telephone company will provide advanced notice in order for you to make necessary
modifications to maintain uninterrupted service.
If trouble is experienced with this equipment (Modem) for repair or warranty
information, please contact your local distributor. If the equipment is causing harm to
the telephone network, the telephone company may request that you disconnect the
equipment until the problem is resolved.
The user must use the accessories and cables supplied by the manufacturer to get
optimum performance from the product.
No repairs may be done by the customer.
This equipment cannot be used on public coin phone service provided by the telephone
company. Connection to party line service is subject to state tariffs.
The Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 makes it unlawful for any person to
use a computer or other electronic device, including fax machines, to send any message
unless such message clearly contains in a margin at the top or bottom of each
transmitted page or on the first page of the transmission, the date and time it is sent and
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an identification of the business or other entity, or other individual sending the message
and the telephone number of the sending machine or such business, other entity, or
individual. (The telephone number provided may not be any number for which charges
exceed local or long-distance transmission charges.)
In order to program this information into your fax machine, refer to your
communications software user manual.
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Canada
Unintentional Emitter per ICES-003
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise emissions from
digital apparatus as set out in the radio interference regulations of Industry Canada.
Le présent appareil numérique n’émet pas de bruits radioélectriques dépassant les
limitesapplicables aux appareils numériques de Classe B prescrites dans le règlement
sur le brouillage radioélectrique édicté par Industrie Canada.
Intentional Emitter per RSS 210
Low power, Radio LAN type devices (radio frequency (RF) wireless communication
devices), operating in the 2.4 GHz Band, may be present (embedded) in your notebook
system. This section is only applicable if these devices are present. Refer to the system
label to verify the presence of wireless devices.
Wireless devices that may be in your system are only qualified for use in Canada if an
Industry Canada ID number is on the system label.
As a general guideline, a separation of 20 cm (8 inches) between the wireless device
and the body, for use of a wireless device near the body (this does not include
extremities) is typical. This device should be used more than 20 cm (8 inches) from the
body when wireless devices are on.
The power output of the wireless device (or devices), which may be embedded in your
notebook, is well below the RF exposure limits as set by Industry Canada.
This transmitter must not be collocated or operate in conjunction with any other
antenna or transmitter.
Operation of this device is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may
not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
To prevent radio interference to licensed service, this device is intended to be
operated indoors and away from windows to provide maximum shielding.
Equipment (or its transmit antenna) that is installed outdoors is subject to
licensing.
Wireless devices are not user serviceable. Do not modify them in any way.
Modification to a wireless device will void the authorization to use it. Contact
manufacturer for service.
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Telecommunications per DOC notice
(for products fitted with an IC-compliant modem)
The Industry Canada label identifies certified equipment. This certification means that
the equipment meets certain telecommunications network protective, operation, and
safety requirements. The Department does not guarantee the equipment will operate to
the users’ satisfaction.
Before installing this equipment, users should make sure that it is permissible to be
connected to the facilities of the local telecommunications company. The equipment
must also be installed using an acceptable method of connection. In some cases, the
inside wiring associated with a single-line individual service may be extended by
means of a certified connector assembly. The customer should be aware that
compliance with the above conditions may not prevent degradation of service in some
situations.
Repairs to certified equipment should be made by an authorized Canadian maintenance
facility designated by the supplier. Any repairs or alterations made by the user to this
equipment, or equipment malfunctions, may give the telecommunications company
cause to request the user to disconnect the equipment.
Users should make sure, for their own protection, that the electrical ground connections
of the power utility, telephone lines, and internal metallic water pipe system, if present,
are connected together. This precaution may be particularly important in rural areas.
To avoid electrical shock or equipment malfunction do not attempt to make
electrical ground connections by yourself. Contact the appropriate inspection
authority or an electrician, as appropriate.
The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) assigned to each terminal device provides
an indication of the maximum number of terminals allowed to be connected to a
telephone interface. The termination on an interface may consist of any combination of
devices subject only to the requirement that the sum of the Ringer Equivalence
Numbers of all the devices does not exceed 5.
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European Union
European Union CE Marking and Compliance Notices
Products intended for sale within the European Union are marked with the Conformité
Européene (CE) Marking, which indicates compliance with the applicable Directives
and European standards and amendments identified below. This equipment also carries
the Class 2 identifier.
The following information is only applicable to systems labeled with the CE mark
.
European Directives
This Information Technology Equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
following European directives:
• EMC Directive 89/336/EEC with amending directives 92/31/EEC & 93/68/
EEC as per
– EN 55022 Class B
– EN 61000-3-2
– EN 61000-3-3
– EN 55024
• Low Voltage Directive (Safety) 73/23/EEC as per EN 60950(A1/A2/A3/A4/
A11)
• Radio and Telecom Terminal Equipment Directive 199/5/EC as per
– CTR21 (if fitted with a modem device)
– ETS 300 328 (if fitted with a 2.4 GHz band embedded wireless device)
– ETS 301 489-1 (if fitted with a 2.4 GHz band embedded wireless device)
– ETS 301 489-17 (if fitted with a 2.4 GHz band embedded wireless device)
European Radio Approval Information
(for products fitted with EU-approved radio devices)
This Product is a Notebook computer; low power, Radio LAN type devices (radio
frequency (RF) wireless communication devices), operating in the 2.4 GHz band, may
be present (embedded) in your notebook system which is intended for home or office
use. This section is only applicable if these devices are present. Refer to the system
label to verify the presence of wireless devices.
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Wireless devices that may be in your system are only qualified for use in the European
Union or associated areas if a CE mark
with a Notified Body Registration Number
and the Alert Symbol is on the system label.
The power output of the wireless device or devices that may be embedded in you
notebook is well below the RF exposure limits as set by the European Commission
through the R&TTE directive.
See 802.11b and 802.11g restrictions for specific countries or regions within
countries under the heading “European Economic Area Restrictions” below.
Translated Statements of Compliance
This product follows the provisions of the European Directive 1999/5/EC.
European Economic Area Restrictions
Local Restriction of 802.11b/802.11g Radio Usage
[Note to integrator: The following statements on local restrictions must be published in
all end-user documentation provided with the system or product incorporating the Intel
PRO/Wireless 2200BG Network Connection product.]
Due to the fact that the frequencies used by 802.11b/802.11g wireless LAN
devices may not yet be harmonized in all countries, 802.11b/802.11g products
are designed for use only in specific countries or regions, and are not allowed
to be operated in countries or regions other than those of designated use.
As a user of these products, you are responsible for ensuring that the products
are used only in the countries or regions for which they were intended and for
verifying that they are configured with the correct selection of frequency and
channel for the country or region of use. Any deviation from permissible
settings and restrictions in the country or region of use could be an
infringement of local law and may be punished as such.
The European variant is intended for use throughout the European Economic Area.
However, authorization for use is further restricted in particular countries or regions
within countries, as follows:
General
European standards dictate maximum radiated transmit power of 100 mW effective
isotropic radiated power (EIRP) and the frequency range 2400 – 2483.5 MHz.
Belgium
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The product may be used outdoors, but for outdoor transmissions over a distance of
300m or more, a license from the BIPT is required.
This restriction should be indicated in the manual as follows:
Dans le cas d'une utilisation privée, à l'extérieur d'un bâtiment, au-dessus d'un espace
public, aucun enregistrement n'est nécessaire pour une distance de moins de 300m.
Pour une distance supérieure à 300m un enregistrement auprès de l'IBPT est requise.
Pour une utilisation publique à l'extérieur de bâtiments, une licence de l'IBPT est
requise. Pour les enregistrements et licences, veuillez contacter l'IBPT.
France
For Metropolitan departments:
2.400 - 2.4835 GHz for indoor use.
2.400 -2.454 GHz (channels 1 to 7) for outdoor use.
For Guadeloupe, Martinique, St Pierre et Miquelon, Mayotte:
2.400 - 2.4835 GHz for indoor and outdoor use.
For Reunion, Guyane:
2.400 - 2.4835 GHz for indoor use.
2.420 - 2.4835 GHz for outdoor use (channels 5 to 13)
European Telecommunication Information
(for products fitted with EU-approved modems)
Marking by the symbol
indicates compliance of this equipment to the Radio and
Telecom Terminal Equipment Directive 1999/5/EC. Such marking is indicative that
this equipment meets or exceeds the following technical standards:
CTR 21 – Attachment requirements for pan-European approval for connection to the
analogue Public Switched Telephone Networks (PSTNs) of TE (excluding TE
supporting voice telephony services) in which network addressing, if provided, is by
means of Dual Tone Multi-Frequency (DTMF) signaling.
Although this equipment can use either loop disconnect (pulse) or DTMF
(tone) signaling, only the performance of the DTMF signaling is subject to
regulatory requirements for correct operation. It is therefore strongly
recommended that the equipment is set to use DTMF signaling for access to
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public or private emergency services. DTMF signaling also provides faster call
setup.
This equipment has been approved to Council Decision 98/482/EEC—“CTR 21” for
Pan-European single terminal connection to the Public Switched Telephone Network
(PSTN).
However, due to differences between the individual PSTNs provided in different
countries, the approval does not, of itself, give an unconditional assurance of
successful operation on every PSTN termination point. In the event of problems, you
should contact manufacturer Technical Support.
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WEEE SYMBOL INFORMATION
Correct Disposal of This Product
(Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment)
(Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate
collection systems)
This marking shown on the product or its literature, indicates that it should not be
disposed with other household wastes at the end of its working life. To prevent possible
harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal, please
separate this from other types of wastes and recycle it responsibly to promote the
sustainable reuse of material resources.
Household users should contact either the retailer where they purchased this product,
or their local government office, for details of where and how they can take this item
for environmentally safe recycling.
Business users should contact their supplier and check the terms and conditions of the
purchase contract. This product should not be mixed with other commercial wastes for
disposal.
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Using Your Documentation
Congratulations on your purchase of a notebook computer with the Windows® XP
operating system. Whether you are new to using a portable computer or are an
experienced user, this user’s manual can help you get the most from your computer.
Manual Documentation Conventions
Information Icons
Three icons and their associated messages appear in this manual. The information
icons are placed before the step/information they apply to:
Warning:
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Caution:
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Note:
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Technical Information:
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Keyboard Conventions
Keys that you need to press to perform certain functions are displayed in the manual in
brackets. For example:
<Ctrl> indicates the control key (Ctrl on the keyboard).
If you need to press two keys at the same time, the key names are shown joined by a
plus sign. For example:
<Fn+F8> means that you should press the Fn key and hold it and then press the F8
key.
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CD-ROM Device Naming Convention
In many installation programs you will have to get a program from the CD-ROM
device. The program installation sequence assumes that the CD is drive d:\, however
this is not always the case. The name of the CD-ROM drive is the letter following the
letter assigned to your last HDD. For instance, if you have one HDD with two
partitions, the HDD is drives C: and D: and the CD-ROM drive is then drive E.
Touchpad Conventions
You may be asked to click or double-click on items on the display screen. As a general
note the touchpad actions act much in the same way as a wheel mouse, any differences
are explained fully.
The object that needs to be clicked upon will be displayed in Bold text or shown in a
small figure such as the “Start Button” shown on the right =>.
Table 1. Touchpad Click Conventions
Action
Process
Click
Depress the touchpad left button and release
Double-click
Quickly click the left touchpad button two times
Windows Conventions:
Almost all “Windows” programs will display the name/function of a button or
icon if you place the touchpad pointer on the item you want information about.
Software User Documentation
Your computer is shipped from the factory with several software programs installed.
The software may include its own online or printed documentation. Refer to the
documentation or the Help options in the software for more information.
The figures and illustrations in this manual may not be identical to those on
your system.
General Icon Note:
Some of the Icons used in Windows XP may be placed on the taskbar by
selecting (ex: Place the volume icon in the taskbar) in the properties dialog
box.
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Getting Started
Introducing Your Computer
Front View
LCD Latch
LCD Panel
Hot Keys (p14)
Status Indicators (p16)
Power Button
Keyboard (p11)
Touchpad (p8)
Scroll Wheel
Touchpad Buttons
Speaker(L)
Speaker(R)
Status Indicators (p16)
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Right View
Headphone Jack
Microphone Jack
CD Drive (option, p24)
USB Port
(2.0)
Left View
PCMCIA Slot (p34)
1394 Port (4
Pin)
Fan Vent
Modem Port
(p42)
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LAN Port
(p43)
Monitor
Port
USB Port
(2.0)
Memory Card Slot (p31)
Back View
TV-Out
Port
(S-VHS)
S/PDIF Port
(p28)
DC Jack
Battery (p87)
Security Lock Port (p94)
Bottom View
Battery Latches
Fan Vent
Memory
Compartment
HDD
Compartment
Removing or disassembling the hard disk drive will void your warranty. To
replace the hard disk drive, please contact your nearest Samsung Service
Centre.
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Turning the Computer On and Off
To turn on the computer
1. Insert the battery and connect the AC adapter according to the Installation Guide.
2. Slide the LCD latch to the right and open the LCD panel.
3. Press the power button.
To turn off the computer
1. Click the start button (
2. Click Turn Off Computer.
3. Click Turn Off.
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) on the taskbar.
If the computer is not turned off properly due to a system error, press
<Ctrl>+<Alt>+<Delete>. When [Windows Task Manager] dialog box appears,
click Shut Down > Turn Off to turn off the computer. Your unsaved work may
be lost/damaged.
If <Ctrl>+<Alt>+<Delete> keys do not operate either, press the power button
for more than 4 seconds to turn off the computer. Your unsaved work may be
lost/damaged. When you turn on the computer next time, it will perform a disk
checking process.
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Using the Touchpad
In Windows, you always see a small graphical image on the screen that indicates the
location where you can take the next action. This image is called a pointer, and is
usually displayed in arrow shape ( ) or ‘I’ shape ( ).
Touchpad
Touchpad Buttons
Scroll Wheel
The touchpad on your computer allows you to move the pointer on the LCD screen,
just like a mouse that is used with a desktop computer. The touchpad buttons allow you
to take actions with the pointer, such as selecting an item or executing a command.
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You can perform various actions with your touchpad as described below.
d
Action
Function
Process
Move
Move the pointer
Place your finger on the touchpad
and slide your finger to a
destination.
Click
Select an object, open a menu, or
execute a button
Place the pointer over an object,
then press left touchpad button
once.
Or, place the pointer over an
object, then tap the touchpad once
with your finger.
Double-Click
Launch a program or open a file
Place the pointer over an object,
then quickly press left touchpad
button twice.
Or, place the pointer over an
object, then quickly tap the
touchpad twice with your finger.
Right-Click
Display a short cut menu
Place the pointer over an object,
then press right touchpad button
once.
Drag
Move an object, or select an area
or multiple objects
Place the pointer over an object or
on a starting location.
While pressing the left touchpad
button, press down on the
touchpad and slide your finger to a
destination or ending location.
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Action
Function
Process
Scroll
Display upper/lower/left/right part
of the content within a window
Place your finger on the scroll
wheel, and roll the wheel up or
down.
(Applicable to only some
programs)
Or, place your finger on the right
edge or bottom edge of the
touchpad and move vertically or
horizontally.
Please use the touchpad only with your finger. Using sharp devices may
damage the touchpad.
Operating the touchpad or touchpad button while starting your system may
increase the time required for starting Windows.
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Using the Keyboard
Your computer has an 87/88-key keyboard. By pressing designated key combinations,
you can have access to all the key functions of a full-sized keyboard.
.
Function & Special Purpose Keys
Function
Key
Windows
Key
Embedded Numeric Keypad
Application Key
Cursor/Screen
Control Keys
Although the layout of the keys on your computer’s keyboard is different from
that on a desktop computer’s keyboard, the keyboard feels like a full-sized
keyboard when you use it.
The keys on the keyboard can be grouped into the following categories:
• Full-sized Alphanumeric typewriter keys are arranged like a standard
typewriter keyboard and are used for text entry. The Windows keys on either
side of the spacebar open Windows menus and perform other special functions.
• Function keys, when pressed together with the <Fn> key, enable special
functions.
• Cursor and Screen control keys move the cursor. They may perform other
functions, depending on your software.
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To clean the computer keyboard, use slightly damp cotton swabs. Scrub the keys and
the surface around the keys.
Do not allow liquid to drip into the keyboard or you may damage the keyboard.
Using the Numeric Keypad
Your keyboard includes a numeric keypad, which is a group of keys that you can set to
type numbers and mathematical symbols, such as the plus sign. A number or symbol
on the corner of each keypad key shows its numeric function.
Num Lock LED
Press <Fn+Num Lock> to turn on the embedded numeric keypad. The numeric
functions of the keypad are enabled and the Num Lock LED turns on. ( ”Reading the
Status Indicators” on page 16 for the location of the Num Lock LED.)
While the numeric functions are enabled, you can temporarily return a key to its normal
function by pressing the key and the <Fn> key. For example to type the letter m, press
<Fn+M>, this operation displays the letter m.
To turn the numeric keypad off, press <Fn+Num Lock> again. The Num Lock LED
turns off.
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Using Special Function Keys
The function key activates special functions when it is pressed in combination with
another keys.
<Fn> Key
Combinations
Key Name
Key Function
Rest
Puts the computer into suspended mode. To escape suspended mode,
press the power button.
Gauge
Shows the current power source and the remaining battery charge.
LCD/CRT
Switches the display between the LCD and external display device
when an external display device is connected. (p80)
Mute
Turns the audio output on and off.
S/PDIF
Turns the S/PDIF function on and off.
Number Lock
Enables the numeric keypad.
Scroll Lock
Scrolls the screen up and down while the cursor position does not
change in some applications.
Volume Down
Decreases the audio volume.
Volume Up
Increases the audio volume.
Brightness Up
Makes the LCD screen brighter.
Brightness Down
Makes the LCD screen dimmer.
When you press a function key combination, the system sound may be
temporarily muted.
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Hot Keys
Icon
Name
Function
Internet Button
Launches Internet Explorer.
E-Mail Button
Launches Outlook Express.
User 1 Button
Launches a user defined program.
WLAN or User 2
Button
Turns on and off the wireless LAN function for the models with wireless
LAN function.
Launches a user defined program for the models without wireless LAN
function.
About the Wireless LAN Button
Turning the wireless LAN on or off takes about 5 seconds. Pressing this button
will not work for approx. 5 seconds after the last time the button was pushed.
Changing the Hot Key Setting
You can change the program that will be launched when you press a hot key. As
default, Windows Calculator is configured to launch when you press the User 1 button.
You can set the program by completing the following procedure.
1. Double-click the Magic Keyboard icon (
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) on the taskbar.
2. Select USER 1 and then click Browse.
3. Select the desired program in [Open] dialog box, and click Open. (Example: Paint)
4. Click OK to save the changes.
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Reading the Status Indicators
Status indicators show the status of computer functions.
System Top
LED
Name
Function
Num Lock
Changes a portion of the keyboard to a numeric keypad.
”Using the Numeric Keypad” on page 12.
Caps Lock
Changes all alphabet letter input into capital letters.
No changes occur to numeric and special keys.
Scroll Lock
Scroll lock in certain software.
Hard Disk
Drive / CDROM Drive
Blinks when the hard disk drive or CD-ROM drive is in operation.
System Bottom
LED
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Name
Function
Battery Status
Turned blue - when the battery is fully charged, or when the
battery is not installed.
Turns amber - when the battery is being charged.
Blinks - when the battery is not properly installed.
Power
Green - System power on.
Blinking - Standby mode.
Adjusting LCD Brightness
There are 8 levels of LCD brightness (1: Dimmest ~ 8: Brightest).
To adjust using keyboard
Press <Fn>+<
> or <Fn>+<
> keys from the keyboard to adjust LCD
brightness. When changed, the current LCD brightness is displayed on the top left
corner of the LCD screen for a few seconds.
Whenever you turn the system on or change the power source the brightness level
changes according to the settings.
• when operating on AC power:
Brightness Level 8
• when operating on battery power: Brightness Level 1
Adjusting the brightness using the Battery Manager
You can adjust the screen brightness using the Battery Manager. (p89)
Maintaining your LCD brightness settings after turning the system off
and on
1. Turn the system on. When the Samsung Logo appears, press the <F2> key
to enter Setup.
2. In the Boot menu, change the Brightness Control Mode option to User
Control.
3. Save the settings and exit Setup.
- When using the Battery Manager, only the screen brightness set in
'Customized Mode' is maintained.
To save the battery charge
When your computer is operating on battery power, adjusting the LCD
brightness level to dimmer diminishes the battery power consumption.
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Bad pixels in the LCD
The limits of the LCD manufacturing technology allow a maximum of 10
abnormal or bad pixels, which do not affect system performance. This system
may have the same level of abnormal or bad pixels as any other company’s
products.
Maintenance Instructions
When cleaning the LCD panel, use only computer specific cleaners on a soft
cloth, and lightly wipe in one direction.
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Adjusting the Volume
To adjust using keyboard
Press <Fn>+<
> or <Fn>+<
> from the keyboard.
To adjust using volume adjustment program
Click the Volume icon(
level.
) on the taskbar, and move the Volume slider to a desired
For advanced volume control options, double-click the Volume icon(
the volume level in the volume control program.
), and adjust
When you turn the system on, a booting noise may occur.
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Introducing Windows
Understanding the Desktop
The desktop is the working area on the computer. It consists of the large workspace and
a taskbar at the bottom.
Shortcut
Icons
Start Menu
Recycle Bin
Language Bar
Start Button
Taskbar
System Tray with Clock
Start Button
Opens the Start menu.
Taskbar
Displays programs that are currently running. Frequently used
icons can be placed here.
Recycle Bin
Deleted files or folders are sent here.
Language Bar
Switches text input language.
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Understanding the Start Menu
The Start menu includes everything that is required to start Windows. From the Start
menu it is possible to run a program, open a file, assign system users with Control
Panel, receive support by clicking Help and Support, and search desired items from the
computer or Internet by clicking Search.
My Computer
Control Panel
Frequently used programs
Help and Support
All Programs
Start Button
My Computer
Displays the contents of the hard disk, the CD-ROM drive, the network
drive(s), and floppy disks. It can also be used to search and open files
and folders.
Control Panel
Enables users to configure settings on the computer.
Help and
Support
Provides on-line help, information on Windows and troubleshooting.
Search
Enables users to search for information in files or the Internet.
Run
Run programs or documents.
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Understanding a Window
A window is the basic component in working with the computer. The My Computer
window, which is a window for the computer's hard drive, will be used as an example
here to show the basic composition of a window.
Click Start > My Computer.
Folder Icon
Title Bar
Menu Bar
Toolbar
Close Button
Maximize Button
Minimize Button
Quick Task
Window
Folders
Files
Double-click
Shared
Documents or
Local Disk.
You can see files
and folders.
Double-click the hard drive (local disk) to view internal folders and files stored in it. If
the contents do not appear, click Show the contents of this folder.
What is a drive?
A storage device in which files and folders are saved in, and read from.
What is a folder?
A folder is used to group and manage files systematically, and may include
files in sub-folders. It is similar to a bookshelf.
What is a file?
A file is a document or various kinds of material that is generated as a result
of program operation. It is also called data.
To view the entire structure of the drive
Click the Folder icon in the taskbar to view the entire structure. Click again to
return to the Quick Task Window.
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Help and Support Center
Help and Support Center provides references and troubleshooting information
regarding computer use.
Click Start > Help and Support.
Windows XP Tour
You can tour elementary functions provided by Windows XP.
Click Start > Tour Windows XP.
Or click Start > All Programs > Accessories > Tour Windows XP.
Click on the topics to find out about important functions of Windows XP.
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Using the Computer
Using the CD Drive
You have one of following drives installed in your computer.
CD-ROM drive
Reads a CD.
CD-RW/DVD-ROM Combo drive
Reads a CD/DVD and writes a CD.
DVD Super Multi Drive
Reads CD/DVDs and writes data to CD/DVDs. Supported DVD
types include DVD ± R, DVD ± RW and DVD-RAM.
A CD-ROM drive is optional. For more detailed product specifications, refer to
the product catalog.
1. Press the eject button on right side of the CD drive.
2. When the tray slides out, place a CD onto the tray with the label facing up, and
push the CD down until it clicks.
Emergency Eject Hole
Eject Button
CD Access LED
3. Push the tray in gently until it clicks.
If you remove the CD when the CD access LED is on, the disk and the data in
it may be damaged.
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Emergency Eject Hole
To eject a CD when the CD drive is not working or the computer is turned off,
unfold a paperclip, and insert the unfolded end of the clip into the emergency
eject hole (located next to the eject button) and press until the CD tray opens.
To clean a CD or DVD title
Clean the disc with a soft clean cloth by wiping from the center outwards.
To play a DVD
You have to install the DVD software provided on a separate CD to view a
DVD title.
To use the Windows Media Player
Window Media Player enables you to play and manage audio and video files.
To launch the Windows Media Player, click Start > All Programs > Accessories >
Entertainment > Windows Media Player.
Running the program the first time displays the set up screen. Define the settings
according to the instructions displayed on the screen.
When you complete the settings, the following screen appears.
Features
Playlist
Playback Control Area
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To view detailed information on how to use Windows Media Player
Run Windows Media Player and right-click over the Function Taskbar and
select Help > Windows Media Player Help.
To play a video CD
If a video CD does not run automatically, follow these steps.
1. Insert a video CD into the CD drive.
2. When the CD drive window appears, double-click the MPEGAV folder.
3. Double-click the .dat file.
4. When the [Caution] dialog appears, click Open With.
5. Select “Select the program from a list” and click OK.
6. Select the Windows Media Player, and click OK. The video starts playing.
Above procedure applies only to the video CDs that has a .dat file as the
execution file. Playing procedure may be different according to video CDs.
To write data on a CD (Option)
If your computer has CD-RW functionality, you can copy data to a blank CD or create
an audio CD.
An additional CD writing program is supplied in an additional CD.
You cannot write to a CD that already has data in it.
1. Insert a blank CD into the CD drive.
2. On the [CD Drive] dialog, select Open Writable CD Folder and click OK. The
CD drive window appears.
3. Click Start > My Computer.
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4. In My Computer window, select files and folders to copy, then drag and drop them
onto the CD drive window.
My Computer window
CD drive window
4. Drag and drop folders or
files to copy.
5. Click Write these files to CD.
5. Click Write these files to CD in the CD drive window.
6. When the CD Writing Wizard appears, enter the CD label, and click Next. The
data begins copying.
7. When copying is completed, a ‘completed’ message appears and the CD drive
window opens automatically.
For more information on writing CDs
Click Start > Help and Support. Type “CD copy” in the search field, and click
the Search icon (
).
To Burn an Audio CD
Run Windows Media Player and right-click over the Function Taskbar and
select Help > Windows Media Player Help.
Select Using the Player > Using CDs, DVDs and VCDs > Using CDs >
Burning your own CDs > To burn your own CD to see detailed information.
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Enjoying Home Theater (S/PDIF Port)
Your computer supports 5.1 channel output, which is a basic function for home theater
systems, and DVD drives. It provides 3D surrounding sound and vivid screen.
What is a home theater system?
Home theater system usually consists of a TV, DVD, 5.1 channel speaker, and
digital amp and provides a high-resolution screen (MPEG2) and 3D
surrounding sound (Dolby 5.1 or DTS). With a home theater system, you can
enjoy a vivid screen and sound in your home as if you are in a movie theater.
The following devices are required to enjoy a home theater system.
5.1 channel speaker system (amplifier, speakers, connection cables)
Purchased separately
DVD drive and DVD playing program on the computer
Optional
DVD title that supports 5.1 channel
Purchased separately
To use home theater system, complete the following procedures:
• Step 1. Connect 5.1 channel speaker system to your computer.
• Step 2. Configure digital sound output on the computer.
• Step 3. Enable S/PDIF output on the DVD program.
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Step 1. Connect 5.1 channel speaker system to your computer
1. Connect the S/PDIF jack of the system and a 5.1 channel amplifier.
2. Connect speakers to the amplifier. (Refer to speaker’s manual.)
3. To view through a TV, connect the TV and change the current display device to
TV in the Display Properties. ( ”Using External Display Devices” on page 80.)
TV
Digital Amplifier
Sub
Woofer
Front Right Speaker
Front Left Speaker
Computer
Center
Speaker
Surround Left Speaker
Surround Right Speaker
Step 2. Configuring the digital sound output on the computer
Press <Fn>+<
> to output the audio signal through the S/PDIF port. If you press
these keys again, the output sound signal is cancelled.
The S/PDIF setting also can be changed in the Sound and Audio Device
properties. (Click Start > Control Panel > Sounds, Speech, and Audio
Devices > Sounds and Audio Devices.) However, <Fn>+<
> keys have
priority.
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Step 3. Enable S/PDIF output on the DVD program
To use 5.1 channel speakers, you need to install the Power DVD program from the
DVD Installation CD provided with your computer, then change the settings as per the
following.
1. Run Power DVD program and click the Settings icon (
).
2. On the Audio tab, set the Audio Output setting to “Use SPDIF” and click OK.
Now, you can enjoy home theater using DVD titles.
To control volume for your 5.1 channel speaker, use the control on the digital
amp. (Please refer to the speaker manual.)
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Using Memory Card Slot
Using the memory card slots, you can use memory cards (Memory Stick, Memory
Stick Pro and SD Card are supported). You can use a memory card as a removable disk
and use it to transfer data between the computer and a digital equipment such as a
digital camera..
Memory Stick
Memory Stick Pro
SD Card
Restrictions when Using Memory Cards
You can use memory cards for storig data only. Copyright protection function
is not supported.
To insert and use a memory card
Before using the memory card slot, remove the slot protector.
Press the end of the slot protector softly to pop it outward, then remove it.
You should insert the memory card upside down.
Inserting wrong side up may cause damage in the memory card and the
computer.
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1. Insert the memory card into the memory card slot holding the card with the label
on the card facing downwards..
Make sure to insert the memory card facing downwards.
2. Click Start > My Computer. The inserted memory card is displayed.
Example : Memory Stick
3. You can write data to the memory card. If the memory card is not formatted yet,
format the memory card before use.
Since the memory card may be easily mislaid when moving your computer,
keep the memory card separately.
To remove a memory card
1. Press the end of the memory card softly to pop it outward.
2. Remove the memory card.
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To format a memory card
You can use a memory card after the format operation. The procedures to format a
memory card are described below.
Since format operation deletes all data in the memory card, please make sure
that there is no important data in the memory card before formatting.
To protect the data in the memory card
Set the write protection tab of the Memory Stick or SD memory card to the
Lock position.
1. Click Start > My computer.
2. Press the right touchpad button on the memory card drive, and select Format from
the pop-up menu.
3. Click Start to start the format operation.
To use a memory card in both the computer and other digital device such as
digital camera, it is recommended to format the memory card in the digital
device. If you format the memory card in the computer, you may have to format
the memory card in other digital device again to use the memory card in the
digital device.
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Using the PCMCIA Card Slot
Various different functions can be added by inserting PCMCIA cards into the system.
This system supports 16/32 bit, type I or II PCMCIA card types.
The PCMCIA card slot does not support a ZV card or a PCMCIA III card.
To insert a PCMCIA card
Before using the PCMCIA slot, remove the slot protector.
Push the eject button of the PCMCIA card slot once to pop it out. Push the
button again to eject the slot protector.
Eject Button
1. Insert a PCMCIA card into the PCMCIA card slot on the side of the computer.
Ensure that the PCMCIA card is inserted the correct way, as incorrect insertion
will damage the PCMCIA card slot.
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2. Windows automatically installs the necessary driver for the card. If there is no
available driver found by Windows, you have to install the driver using a disk
supplied with the card.
To remove a PCMCIA card
1. Double-click Safely Removes Hardware icon (
) on the taskbar.
2. On the [Safely Remove Hardware] dialog box, select the appropriate PCMCIA
card and click Stop.
3. When [Stop a Hardware Device] dialog box appears, click OK.
4. Click Close to close the [Safely Remove Hardware] dialog box.
5. Push eject button of the PCMCIA card slot once, and the button pops out.
6. Push the button again to eject the PCMCIA card.
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Using EasyBox
Use EasyBox program to make use of Windows' complicated function easily and
conveniently.
Learn about EasyBox
Double-click the EasyBox( ) icon on the desktop.
(Or select Start > All Programs > Samsung > EasyBox > EasyBox.)
• System: System management features are available, including disk
defragmenter, disk cleanup, computer scheduling and system restore.
• BIOS: In windows-based mode, you can recover the BIOS defaults and change
the boot sequence.
• Desktop: Desktop management features include changing the font size,
executing a magnifier function, the start menu settings and managing the quick
launch icons on the taskbar.
• Security: Here you can configure the security settings supported by Windows
XP SP2. And you can change the configuration of the firewall settings,
Windows automatic updates and blocking pop-ups when connected to the
Internet.
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• Plus Tip: This is a collection of additional Windows functions that are useful
for system management. (Offering shortcut descriptions of Windows,
configuring network sharing and opening local folder sharing, etc.)
Using EasyBox
Security management function will be used as an example here to show the function of
Easybox
Configuring Firewall
The Windows Firewall prevents unauthorized users from gaining access to your
system via the network or the Internet.
1. Click Start > All Programs > Samsung > EasyBox > EasyBox.
2. Click Security from the top menu bar.
3. Select Windows Firewall Settings from the Security menu on the left.
4. Select a firewall level.
5. Click Apply.
Click the User Setting button for advanced features, including exceptions and
permissions.
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Using Samsung Smart Screen
Use Samsung Smart Screen program to arrange desktop icons as desired and manage
them effectively.
1. Click Start > All Programs > Samsung > Samsung Smart Screen > Samsung
Smart Screen.
When you launch Samsung Smart Screen for the first time, a dialog box asking
whether to register the program as a start program or not appears. If you select
OK, the program is automatically launched when you start your computer.
2. Samsung Smart Screen appears. When you run the program for the first time, water
drop image is displayed.
Click a water drop to
open and close the
group.
3. To move an icon, click a water drop to open it, then drag an icon to another water
drop.
To return to Windows desktop
Right-click on Samsung Smart Screen and click Windows desktop. Windows
desktop is displayed.
To return to Samsung Smart Screen, double-click (
) icon on the taskbar.
To change background or skin
Right-click on Samsung Smart Screen and select desired item.
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Using Samsung Theme
Samsung Theme is a program that enables a user to easily switch a theme (desktop,
logon screen and sound effect).
Double-click the Samsung Theme (
) icon on the desktop.
(Or select Start > All Programs > Samsung > Samsung Theme > Samsung
Theme.)
Close button
Help button
Move the mouse pointer over
Samsung Theme item, then the
Samsung Theme will be displayed
below.
• Samsung Theme: Switches to Samsung Theme (desktop, logon screen and
sound effects on booting).
• Windows XP Theme: Switches to the Windows XP default Theme.
• Back: Restores the theme to its previous status.
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Using Samsung Update Plus
Samsung Update Plus is software that examines and updates Samsung software and
drivers installed on your Samsung computer to the latest version. To use Samsung
Update Plus, your computer has to be connected to the Internet.
To Update Samsung Software and Drivers
1. Select Start > All Programs > Samsung > Samsung Update Plus > Samsung
Update Plus.
If this is the first time you are running the program, a window will appear asking
you if you agree to the agreement in the window.
Click Agree to use this software.
2. Click Search for and Install Updates and click the Search for New Updates
button.
3. If there are available software or driver updates for your computer, the available
updates will be listed. Select the required updates from the list and click Install
Update to start the update.
(The update list on the screen may differ depending on the computer model.)
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Updates that must be installed separately.
If you select Install as an update item that must be installed separately, a
message appears informing you of this. Follow the instruction message to
correctly install it.
Automatic update items display
By default, your computer is configured to automatically search for updates. If
there is a new update available, this is notified in the notification area. Click the
balloon help icon in the notification area. Here you will be able to find the latest
available updates.
To change the automatic update settings, click the Configuration button in
Figure 2 and change the settings.
Samsung Update Plus does not provide updates for additionally installed
software and device drivers.
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Connecting to the Internet
Connecting with a Modem
Before Start:
• Prepare a telephone line that is not digital.
• Contact an internet service provider (ISP) for instructions on how to connect to
and disconnect from the Internet.
1. Connect a telephone line to the computer’s modem port.
2. Connect to the Internet according to the instructions provided by your ISP.
If the Internet connection is not disconnected properly, additional telephone
charges may be imposed.
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Connecting Through a Wired LAN
1. Connect a LAN cable to the computer’s LAN port.
2. Click Start > Control Panel.
3. Click Network and Internet Connections in the [Control Panel] window.
4. Click Network Connections in the [Network and Internet Connections] window.
5. Right-click the Local Area Connection icon and click Properties.
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6. On the General tab, select “Internet Protocol(TCP/IP)” and click Properties.
7. To use DHCP:
On the General tab, select “Obtain an IP address automatically” and “Obtain DNS
server address automatically”. Click OK.
To use a static IP:
On the General tab, select “Use the following IP address” and fill in the IP
address, Subnet mask, Default gateway, Preferred DNS server, and Alternative
DNS server fields. Click OK.
To use both DHCP and static IP simultaneously:
On the Alternate Configuration tab, click User configured and fill in the fields.
Click OK.
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Connecting Through a Wireless LAN (Option)
A wireless network (Wireless LAN) environment is a network environment that
enables communication between multiple computers at home or a small-size office
through wireless LAN devices.
Using the wireless network connections between the systems, you can use normal
network functions such as sharing of files, folders and printers. When a computer-tocomputer network has been constructed, a computer that is not connected to the
Internet can share the Internet by accessing another computer connected to the Internet.
For details, see “Sharing Internet Access” on page 65.
This description in this section refers to the Intel® PRO/Wireless 2200BG
Network Connection (hereafter referred to as an Intel 802.11BG card), Intel®
PRO/ Wireless 2915 Network Connection (hereafter referred to as an Intel
802.11ABG card) and Atheros Wireless Network Adapter (hereafter referred
to as an Atheros 802.11BG card) devices.
A wireless LAN card is optional. The model of the wireless LAN card is
determined by the relevant product.
To view the installed wireless LAN card, click Start > Control Panel >
Performance and Maintenance > System > Hardware tab > Device Manager.
The wireless LAN connection settings will be described on the basis of the
Windows XP Service Pack 2 installed computer.
It is recommended using the default settings provided by Windows XP for the
wireless LAN settings for Windows XP installed computers.
To setup using the software supplied by the wireless LAN card manufacturer,
refer to ”Wireless Network Setup Using the Wireless LAN Setup Program (For
Intel 802.11BG or Intel 802.11ABG cards)” (p54).
To use the wireless network, you have to turn on the wireless LAN function by
using the Wireless LAN On/Off Button.(p11)
Wireless network connections can be classified into two categories.
1) Access Point (AP)
You can connect to an AP to use the network. This is possible only in an environment
equipped with an AP. For details, see “Connecting to an Access Point (AP)” on page
46.
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What is an Access Point (AP)?
An AP is a network device that bridges wired and wireless LANs, and
corresponds to a wireless hub in a wired network. You can connect multiple
wireless LAN installed computers to an AP.
2) Computer-to-computer (ad hoc)
This is also called a peer-to-peer network.
In computer-to-computer wireless networks, you can wirelessly connect 2 or more
computers that have wireless LAN modules. For details, see “Connecting to computerto-computer networks (peer-to-peer or ad hoc)” on page 48.
Connecting to an Access Point (AP)
This section describes how to connect to an AP. You can use the network when you are
connected to an AP.
For more detailed information such as the network key (encryption key), ask
your network administrator.
1. Right-click on the Wireless Network Connection (
select View Available Wireless Networks.
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) icon on the taskbar, and
2. Select an AP (E.g. Test) to connect to and click Connect.
If there is a configured network key for the AP to connect to, the Enter Network
Key window appears.
Enter the Network Key in the window and then click the Connect button.
When a network key is not defined for a selected AP, click on Link to display
the warning message box. Then click Connect again in the box.
Now when Connected in AP is displayed, and you can access the network.
Checking the connection status
Move the mouse pointer over the Wireless Network Connection (
the taskbar, and the connection status is displayed.
) icon on
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Connecting to computer-to-computer networks (peer-to-peer or
ad hoc)
In computer-to-computer wireless networks, you can wirelessly connect 2 or more
computers that have wireless LAN modules. Using this method, a computer that is not
connected to the Internet can share the Internet by accessing another computer
connected to the Internet. (Refer to ”Sharing Internet Access” on page 65.)
You can connect by completing the following steps:
• Step 1. Set up a computer-to-computer network on a computer.
• Step 2. Connect to the configured computer from other computers.
Step 1. Setting up a computer-to-computer network
1. Right-click on the Wireless Network Connection (
select View Available Wireless Networks.
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) icon on the taskbar, and
2.
Click Change the order of Preferred Networks.
3. On the Wireless Network tab, click Advanced.
4. Clear 'Automatically connect to non-default network' check box, if it is selected.
Select 'Computer-to-computer (ad hoc) networks only', and click Close.
5. In the Wireless Networks tab, click Add.
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6. Enter the network name (e.g. samsung), and unselect 'The key is provided for me
automatically'. Enter the encryption key in the Network key field, and click OK.
To prevent a network connection from an unauthorized user, it would be better
to configure a network key (encryption key). A network key consists of 5 ~ 13
alphanumeric characters (e.g. magic), or of 10 ~ 26 hexadecimal numbers (a
hexadecimal number is represented by numbers '0' to '9' or letters 'a' to 'f').
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7. Check that the configured network name (e.g. samsung) is in the ’Preferred
networks’ item, and click OK.
Now your wireless network setup has been completed.
Step 2. Connecting to the configured computer
1. Right-click on the Wireless Network Connection (
select View Available Wireless Networks.
) icon on the taskbar, and
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2. Select the wireless network name (e.g. samsung) specified in ”Connecting to
computer-to-computer networks (peer-to-peer or ad hoc)” on page 48, and click
Connect.
3. Enter a cryptographic key in the network key box and click Connect.
If the network key is not configured in ”Connecting to computer-to-computer
networks (peer-to-peer or ad hoc)” on page 48, just click Connect, without any
keystrokes.
When connected to the wireless network, the system displays Connected in the
selected network of the Network Connection window.
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Checking the connection status
Move the mouse pointer over the Wireless Network Connection (
the taskbar, and the connection status is displayed.
) icon on
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Wireless Network Setup Using the Wireless LAN Setup
Program (For Intel 802.11BG or Intel 802.11ABG cards)
You can use a wireless LAN by using a wireless LAN configuration program (PROSet)
provided separately.
This description is for the Intel 802.11BG and Intel 802.11ABG cards.
For the Atheros 802.11BG card, see page p58.
To use wireless network connection, complete the following procedures.
• Step1. Install the wireless LAN configuration program (PROSet).
• Step2. Configure wireless network settings through the wireless LAN
configuration program.
Step 1. Installing the wireless LAN configuration program (PROSet)
You can install the wireless LAN client administrator program following the
instruction displayed automatically when you insert the system software Media. Insert
the system software Media into the CD-ROM drive, and install the wireless LAN
configuration program.
Step 2. Using the wireless LAN configuration program (PROSet)
Double-click the wireless LAN program (
) icon on the taskbar.
(Or, click Start > All Programs > Intel PROSet Wireless > Intel PROSet Wireless.)
In some languages, some buttons on the window may not be displayed. If this
is the case, resize the window to use the program.
Configure wireless network settings in PROSet following the procedures below.
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To connect to an Access Point:
To connect to an access point or existing computer-to-computer (Ad Hoc) network,
refer to the following procedures. (To create a new computer-to-computer network,
refer to the following "To create computer-to-computer (Ad Hoc) network" section.)
1. In Available Networks, click on Refresh.
2. Select the name of desired access point or computer-to-computer network to
connect from the searched available networks list, and click Configure.
If your desired network does not appear, click Refresh.
An access point is represented by the (
) icon, and a computer-to-computer
network is represented by the (
) icon. An (
) icon is displayed in front of
an access point or a computer-to-computer network with configured security
settings.
3. Enter Profile Name and click Next.
4. In the Search Security Settings window, the wireless network security search
message will appear. Click Next.
5. Enter the network authentication, data encryption (WEP), encryption level,
key index, and wireless security password configured for the target access point
or computer-to-computer network in the Security Settings window, and click
Next.
The network authentication, data encryption (WEP), key index, and password
of a access point are configured in the access point management program.
For information on the security information, check the security settings of the
access point or ask your wireless network administrator.
To connect to an existing computer-to-computer (Ad Hoc) network, enter the
password configured when creating the computer-to-computer network for the
first time. You do not need to enter network authentication or key index.
Security Settings
- Network authentication: The network authentication option includes Open
System and Shared Key. When you select Open System, no authentication is
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applied (however, encryption is supported). When you select Shared Key, a
WEP key is used for authentication. The default setting is Open System.
- Data encryption (WEP): The IEEE 802.11 WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy)
standard defines two levels of encryption, a 64-bit key (this is sometimes
represented by 40bits) and a 128-bit key.
- Key index: Select the current encryption key index used by the access point
out of 1 to 4.
- To use encryption key: Click Use pass phrase to activate, and enter 5 (for
64-bit) or 13 (for 128-bit) alphanumeric characters (represented by 0-9, a-z, or
A-Z).
6. The Done window appears, click OK.
When a wireless connection to an access point is established, the connection icon (
appears in front of the name of the connected profile.
)
To create a computer-to-computer (Ad Hoc) network:
To create a new computer-to-computer (Ad Hoc) network or to connect to a hidden
access point (Stealth/Closed Mode), refer to the following procedures.
A hidden access point is an access point that exists, but is configured not to
be detected by the scan operation to prevent access attempts from
unauthorized users.
1. In Profiles, click on Add.
2. Enter Profile Name and Network name (SSID), select Operating Mode, then
click Next.
What is a network name (SSID)?
Network name (SSID) is a name that a wireless adapter uses for identifying
connection. Enter the name of computer-to-computer network to create (e.g.,
samsung) or the name of access point to connect. The network name
identifies cases. (capital and lowercase) For the name of access point, check
the settings of the access point, or ask your wireless network administrator.
Operating Mode:
- Network (Infrastructure) - Connect to an Access Point : Select to
connect to an access point.
- Device to device (Ad hoc) - Connect directly to other computers : Select
to create a computer-to-computer (Ad Hoc) network.
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3. Configure password setting to be used for computer-to-computer network
connection in the Security Settings window.
To connect to an access point, enter the network authentication, data encryption
(WEP), encryption level, key index, and wireless security password configured
in the access point.
It is recommended to configure data encryption for security purposes when
creating a computer-to-computer network connection profile. For more
information on security settings refer to the security settings in Connecting to
AP or Help.
When you are creating a computer-to-computer network connection profile,
the network authentication setting is disabled.
4. When a profile creation is completed, the new created profile appears in the
profiles list. Select corresponding profile, and click Connect to connect to the
created profile.
When a wireless connection to the created profile is established, the connection
icon ( ) appears in front of the name of the connected profile.
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Wireless Network Setup Using the Wireless LAN Setup
Program (for Atheros 802.11BG Card)
You can use a wireless network by using a wireless LAN configuration program
(Atheros Client Utility) provided separately.
This description is for the Atheros 802.11BG card.
For Intel 802.11BG, Intel 802.11ABG cards, see page p54.
To use wireless network connection, complete the following procedures.
• Step 1. Install the Atheros Client Utility program.
• Step 2. Construct a wireless network.
To construct a small office wireless network (peer-to-peer) with two
computers, you have to setup the two computers identically according to the
following procedures.
Step 1. Installing the Atheros Client Utility Program
Install the Atheros Client Utility program included on the System Software CD-ROM
onto the computers to be connected to the network.
Step 2. Using the Atheros Client Utility
Right-click the wireless LAN program (
Atheros Client Utility.
) icon of the Taskbar and select Open
(or select Start > All Programs > IEEE 802.11 WIRELESS LAN > Atheros Client
Utility)
• To Connect to an Access Point
To connect to an access point or existing computer-to-computer (Ad Hoc) network,
refer to the following procedures. (To create a new computer-to-computer network,
refer to the following "To create computer-to-computer (Ad Hoc) network" section.)
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1. In the Profile Management tab, click on Scan to search for available wireless
networks.
2. Double-click or select the name of an access point (or a new computer-tocomputer network) in the Network Name (SSID) field and click on Enable.
If the network does not appear, click on Refresh.
An access point is represented by the (
) icon, and a small office wireless
network is represented by the (
) icon.
3. Enter a profile name to be used in the Network Connections.
4. Select one of the Security Settings set for the access point (or computer-tocomputer network) to connect to in the Security window. Click on the Settings to
set detailed security options for the selected Security Setting.
The network authentication, encryption type and password of the access point
are set through the access point management program. For security
information, view the access point security settings or ask your wireless
network administrator.
WEP Key Setting:
Data Encryption: IEEE 802.11 WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) standard
provides 2 security levels: 64-bit key (sometimes 40-bit) and 128-bit key
encryption.
Key types include hexadecimal numbers and ASCII characters.
For ASCII: Click Use Encryption to enable the encryption feature.
Enter 5 (for 64-bit) or 13 alphanumeric (0-9, a-z ~ A-Z) characters (for 128-bit).
For hexadecimal: Enter 10 (for 64-bit) or 26 hexadecimal (0-9, A-F) characters
(for 128-bit) in the WEP key field.
A computer-to-computer network only supports WEP keys.
In addition, you can set a 152-bit key (32 characters for hexadecimal and 16
characters for ASCII) for the connection to an Atheros Access Point.
5. Click the OK button and then click the OK button in the Profile Management
window.
6. When a new profile is created, the profile appears in the list of the Profile
Management tab and the connection to the corresponding profile starts.
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• To create a computer-to-computer (Ad Hoc) network:
To create a new computer-to-computer (Ad Hoc) or to connect to a hidden access point
(Stealth/Closed Mode), refer to the following procedures.
A hidden access point is an access point that exists, but is configured not to
be detected by the scan operation to prevent access attempts from
unauthorized users.
1. In the Profile Management window, click on Create.
2. Enter a profile name in the Profile Name field.
3. Enter a network name to be connected with SSID1.
What is a Network Name?
Network name is a name that a wireless adapter uses for identifying
connection. Enter the name of computer-to-computer network to create (e.g.,
samsung) or the name of access point to connect. The network name
identifies cases. (capital and lowercase) For the name of access point, check
the settings of the access point, or ask your wireless network administrator.
4. In the Security window, select either that the WEP Key to be used for the
computer-to-computer is to be created or Do Not Use.
To connect to an access point, select one of the Security Settings set for the access
point.
5. Set the network type in the Advanced window.
Network Mode:
Ad Hoc – Select to connect to a computer-to-computer (Ad Hoc)
Infrastructure – Select to connect to an access point
When a new profile is created, the profile appears in the list of the Profile
Management tab and the connection to the corresponding profile is started.
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Using Samsung Network Manager
Samsung Network Manager is a program that has been developed to enable users to use
the network easily.
Samsung Network Manager provides the following features.
• You can easily set up the network and printer settings.
• You can immediately use the network without defining new network
settings again fter moving locations.
By setting the network settings (IP address, printer settings, etc.) for each
location, you can immediately access the network without following network
setting procedures each time regardless of your location.
• You can easily share Internet Access.
You can share your Internet connection by setting up a computer with 2 LAN
interfaces (wired and wireless, or 2 wired LAN) as the sharing server. Then,
you can access the Internet on a sharing client by connecting to the sharing
server.
• You can diagnose the network status.
You can diagnose the network status when the network is not properly
connected.
Using the Network
This section describes the procedures to connect to the Internet by setting up a network.
The setting up procedures include the procedures to add a printer to the network.
The setting up procedures are different for wired and wireless LAN
connections.
To use a wireless LAN, there should be a wireless LAN AP available nearby.
Setting Up a Network
1. To use a wired LAN, connect the LAN cable to the LAN port.
To use a wireless LAN, press the <Fn> and <F8> key combination simultaneously
to enable a wireless LAN. When the wireless LAN is enabled, the Wireless LAN
Operation LED ( ) lights up.
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2. Run Samsung Network Manager.
Select Start > All Programs > Samsung > Samsung Network Manager >
Samsung Network Manager or double click the Samsung Network
Manager( ) icon on the Desktop.
3. Click the Add button.
4. Select a network location icon and enter the name of the location (e.g. Home).
Click the Next button.
5.
Select Internet direct connection and click the Next button.
6. Select the LAN device, setup the IP address and click the Next button.
Select Device
Setup IP Address
Select Device
Select a device to be connected to the Internet. Select either Wired LAN or
Wireless LAN.
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Setting up the IP Address
To allocate an IP address automatically (DHCP), select Get IP Automatically.
To use a static IP address, unselect Get IP Automatically and enter an IP
address. For IP address information, ask your network administrator.
7. When the Printer Setting window appears, click Finish.
To add a printer, click Add Printer. The Add Printer Wizard appears. Set up the
printer according to the instructions displayed on the screen.
When the printer has been added, click the Show printer button, select the newly
added printer and then click the Finish button.
To not add a printer, select No Default Printer and then click the Finish
button.
When the network setting is complete, the ’Do you want to move to newly
added location now?’ message appears. If you select ’Yes’, the network
settings for the added location are applied.
When the network settings for the added location are applied, the added place
and the corresponding network connection information is displayed in The
detailed Information for window.
When the network setting is complete, an icon for the added location is created within
the Saved Locations window. Now you can use the Internet or add a new network
location.
Menu
Current Place
Information
Saved Locations
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Wireless LAN AP Connection Procedures
To use a wireless LAN, first connect to a wireless LAN AP and then you can
access the network even when moving location. Or moving location and then
you can access the network even when connecting to a wireless LAN AP
1. Right-click over the Wireless Network Connection (
Taskbar and click View Available Wireless Networks.
) icon on the
2. Click Search AP from the Wireless menu to search for wireless LAN APs.
Select an available wireless network (e.g. SAMSUNG) and click the Connect
button. For information on available wireless LAN APs, ask your network
administrator.
Available AP
Connect
3. The network key (security key) input window appears.
- If a network key has been set for the wireless LAN AP, enter the network key
and click the Connect button. For the network key information, ask your
network administrator.
- If no network key has been set for the wireless LAN AP, click the Connect
button without entering the network key.
4. When the computer is connected to the wireless LAN AP, the Connected
message will appear on the Wireless Network icon in the Taskbar.
Using the network after moving location
By setting the network settings (IP address, printer setting, etc.) for each location, you
can immediately access the network without performing the network setting
procedures regardless of your location.
1. Run Samsung Network Manager when connected to the Internet.
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2. Select an icon that represents the corresponding location from the Saved Locations
window and then click Move.
3. When the network settings of the selected location are applied, the new location
and the network connection information are displayed in The detailed
Information for window.
Sharing Internet Access
This section describes the procedures to share Internet Access.
To share Internet Access, you first have to set a sharing server and a sharing client.
When the setup is complete, you can access the Internet from the sharing client by
connecting to the sharing server.
Sharing Server: A computer with 2 LAN interfaces that provide a function to
share Internet Access.
Sharing Client : A computer that uses the Internet by connecting to a sharing
server without itself having a direct connection to the Internet.
You can connect a sharing server and a sharing client as follows.(See Figure
5 on page (p62)
Sharing Server
Sharing Client
External Internet Device
Client Device
Connection 1
Wired LAN
Wireless LAN
Connection 2
Wireless LAN
Wired LAN
device that is the same as the
Connection 3
Wired LAN
Wired LAN
client device of the sharing server.
Connect a sharing client with the
To connect a sharing server and a sharing client using a wired LAN, connect
the computers with a LAN cable first.
To connect through a wireless LAN, press the <Fn> and <F8> key
combination simultaneously to enable the wireless LAN. When the wireless
LAN is enabled, the Wireless LAN Operation LED (
) lights up.
As an example, Internet sharing procedures for [Connection 1], which connect the
sharing server and the Internet through a wired LAN and connect the sharing server and
the sharing client through a wireless LAN, are described below.
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Setting Up a Sharing Server
1. Run Samsung Network Manager on the computer to be used as the sharing
server.
2. Click the Add button.
3. Select a network location icon and enter the name of the location (e.g. Home).
Click the Next button.
4. Select Internet direct Connection for sharing and click the Next button.
5. Set up the network device to be connected to the external Internet. Determine
whether to use a firewall and select a network device to be connected to the
external Internet (e.g. Wired LAN). Set the IP address and then click the Next
button.
Determine whether
to use a firewall
Select a device
Set an IP address
- To protect against external intrusion attempts, using a firewall is
recommended.
- For more information on selecting a device and setting the IP address, refer
to the description of item 6 of ”Setting Up a Network” on page 61.
6. Select a network device to connect to the sharing client (e.g. wireless LAN) and
click the Next button.
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To Share Internet Access through a Wireless LAN
- In the Select Device field, select Wireless.
- In the Wireless Connection Name (e.g. Samsung) field, enter the network
name.
- To use the network key (security key), select the "Use Password ,,," option
and enter a network key. Remember the network key because you have to reenter the key on the sharing client to connect to the sharing server.
7. The setup information is displayed. Confirm the settings and click the Next button.
8. When the Printer Setting window appears, click Finish.
For the printer setup procedures, refer to No.7 of Using the Network on page 61.
When the Shared Server setting is completed, set up the shared client.
Setting Up the Sharing Client
1. Run Samsung Network Manager on the computer to be used as a sharing client.
2. Click the Add button.
3. Select a network location icon and enter the name of the location. Click the Next
button.
4. Select Internet Sharing and click the Next button.
- To connect through a wireless LAN, select Internet Sharing - Wireless.
- To connect through a wired LAN, select Internet Sharing - Wired.
5. Confirm the network device to be connected to the server and click the Next
button.
- To connect through a wireless LAN, enter the wireless connection name
(e.g. Samsung) you entered in the sharing server. If you have set a network
key (security key) for the sharing server, enter the network key.
6. The setup information appears. Confirm the information and click the Next button.
7. When the Printer Setting window appears, click Finish.
For the printer setup procedures, refer to No.7 of Using the Network on page 61.
When the settings are completed, you can use the Internet on the shared client.
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- To access the Internet from the sharing client, the sharing server has to be
on.
- To use the Internet on the sharing client, select a sharing client icon from the
Location List window and then click the Move button.
- If the connection is broken while using the Internet on the sharing client, click
the Ap Active from the Wireless menu to reestablish the connection.
Network Status Diagnosis
You can diagnose the network status when the network is not properly connected.
1. Run Samsung Network Manager.
2. Select Auto Diagnosis from the Manage menu.
3. The Network Connections figure window appears. Click the Start button to start
the network diagnosis.
4. When the diagnosis is complete, out of order devices are marked by the
exclamation mark icon. For detailed device status, read the description in the lower
part of the window.
Reconnect and set up the device according to the diagnosis result.
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Using Network Services
While the computer is connected to the network, you can use network services to share
files, folders, and printers.
Network services are provided for the computers that are connected to the
network through wired or wireless network connections. For details, see
“Connecting Through a Wired LAN” on page 43 and see “Connecting Through
a Wireless LAN (Option)” on page 45.
Sharing files or folders
This section describes how to share files and folders between computers connected to
the network.
To share files, complete the following procedures:
• Step 1. Configuring the sharing of files and folders on a computer.
• Step 2. Accessing shared files and folders from another computer.
When a file or folder is shared, anyone connected to the network can open and
delete the shared file or folder.
Configure a file sharing network only when the network is secure, and do not
share important data.
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Step 1. Configuring Sharing
1. Right-click the target file or folder to share in My Computer, and select Sharing
and Security.
2. Click 'IF you understand the security risks but want to share files without running
the wizard, click here'.
It has the same security effect as that of the 'Network Setup Wizard'.
This screen does not appear if Internet Sharing Network Wizard has been
installed in the computer-to-computer wireless network environment.
3. Select 'Just enable file sharing', and click OK.
4. In the 'Network sharing and security' field, select 'Share this folder on the network',
enter the share name, and click OK.
Be cautious when selecting 'Allow network users to change my files' since
other network users can change the files in the shared folder.
The file and folder sharing configuration has been completed.
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Step 2. Using Shared Files or Folders
This section describes how to access shared files or folders if your computer is a
member of the same workgroup.
1. Double-Click My Network Places of desktop under Other Places.
2. Click 'View workgroup computers', and click the desired computer to access the
shared file.
If your computer is a member of another workgroup:
1. Click Other Places > Microsoft Windows Network.
2. Click the desired workgroup.
3. Click the desired computer to display the shared files or folders.
Sharing Printers
This section describes how to share a printer between computers connected to a
network.
To share a printer, complete the following procedures:
• Step 1. Configure printer sharing in the computer connected to the printer.
• Step 2. Add and use the shared printer in other computers on the network.
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Step 1. Configuring Printer Sharing
1. From the computer connected to the printer, click Start > Printers and Faxes.
2. Right-click the printer you want to share, and click Sharing.
3. Select 'Share this printer', enter a share name for the shared printer, and click OK.
4. In the Printers and Faxes window, you will find the printer icon has been changed
to another icon on a hand.
Step 2. Adding and Using a Shared Printer.
1. From a different computer that wants to use the shared printer, click Start >
Printers and Faxes.
2. Click Add a printer.
3. In the Add Printer Wizard, click Next.
4. Select 'A network printer, or a printer attached to another computer', and click
Next.
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5. Select 'Browse for a printer', and click Next.
6. Select the workgroup or computer, select the desired printer, and click Next.
If you cannot find the desired printer, try again after a while.
7. Read the warning about a shared printer, and click Yes to install the shared printer.
8. Select Yes for 'Do you want to use this printer as a default printer?', and click Next.
9. Click Finish.
10. When the printer sharing configuration has been completed, the shared printer
appears in the Printers and Faxes window.
Now you can print using the shared printer even if your computer is not directly
connected to a printer.
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Customizing Your Computer
Using System Setup
The System Setup (BIOS) program enables you to configure your computer hardware
and set security and power-savings options. The settings you choose are stored in
battery-maintained CMOS memory that saves the information even when the
computer’s power is turned off. When your computer is turned back on, it is configured
with the values found in this memory.
Run System Setup if you get a message prompting you to run the program. You may
also want to run System Setup, particularly the first time you use your computer, to set
the time and date, use security or power-management features, or alter the settings of
other features.
BIOS Caution:
If you are not familiar with BIOS setup and what the parameters mean, seek
help from a person who is knowledgeable. Incorrect settings may cause your
system to malfunction or "Crash”.
Your computer’s version of System Setup may not include all the fields listed
here or may include additional fields. Field names and order of appearance
can vary according to the version of the BIOS (basic input/output system) on
your computer.
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Starting System Setup
To start System Setup, turn on your computer and then press <F2> and hold until the
System Setup screen appears.
Table 2. System Setup Menus
Menu
Function
Main
Changes the basic system.
Advanced
Configures advanced features on your computer.
Security
Enables security features, including passwords.
Boot
Specifies the order of boot devices and configures boot
features.
Exit
Specifies how to exit System Setup.
To open the menu you need to use, use the left or right arrow keys to select the menu
name.
Table 3. System Setup Navigation Keys
Navigation Key
Function
<F1>
Displays the General Help window.
<Esc>
Exits the current menu.
<
> or <
>
Moves the cursor up and down between fields.
<
> or <
>
Selects different menus. Pressing the <Esc>key at the Main
menu brings you to the Exit menu.
<F5>
Scrolls backwards through the options for the highlighted field.
<F6>
Scrolls forward through the options for the highlighted field.
<F9>
Sets the parameters for the current menu to their default values.
<F10>
Save changes and exit system setup.
<Enter>
Executes commands or opens a submenu.
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Changing Booting Priority
You can select the booting priority among the devices such as the hard drive, CD-ROM
drive, etc. The following example describes how to configure the hard drive as the first
booting device when the CD-ROM drive is configured as the first booting device by
default.
1. Select the Boot menu in System Setup.
2. Press <Enter> on Boot Device Priority item.
3. Use < > key to move to the Hard Drive item, and press <F6> until it is at the
very top.
4. Press <F10> to save the changed configuration, and exit System Setup.
Now you can boot the system with the hard disk drive as the first booting device.
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Configuring the Password
Setting the Supervisor Password
By configuring a supervisor password, you can restrict system access to authorized
users only.
Do not lose or forget your password. If you have forgotten your password,
contact the Samsung service center.
1. Select the Security menu in the System Setup. To enter System Setup, see “Starting
System Setup” on page 75.
2. On the Set Supervisor Password item, press <Enter>.
3. Enter a password, press <Enter>, re-enter the password for confirmation, and
press <Enter> again.
4. When a message confirming the password configuration appears in the [Setup
Notice] window, press <Enter>.
Setting the User Password
You can configure user passwords so that other users can use the system.
Before configuring a user password, a supervisor password must have been
configured.
Users can start the system with their user password, but cannot enter into the
System Setup.
Deactivating the supervisor password also deactivates the user password.
On the Set User Password item, press <Enter>, and complete step 3-4 of "Setting the
Supervisor Password".
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Activating the Booting Password
Before activating the booting password, the supervisor password must have
been configured.
Set the Password on boot option to [Enabled].
From now on, system booting will not proceed without the password.
Deactivating the Password
1. On the password to delete, press <Enter>. (e.g. supervisor password)
2. Enter the current configured password, and press <Enter>.
3. Leave the 'Enter New Password' and 'Confirm New Password' field empty, and
press <Enter> to deactivate the password.
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Configuring Resolution and Color Depth
Screen resolution is the number of pixels displayed on the screen. High resolution
makes the overall screen area large, although individual items appear small. Color
quality is determined by the number of bits used to represent a pixel on the screen. High
color quality displays more number of colours on your screen.
1. Select Start > Control Panel > Appearance and Themes > Change the screen
resolution.
2. Make changes on the Settings tab of the [Display Properties] dialog box.
You can view the graphics
chipset.
To change your screen
resolution, move the slider
to select an appropriate
resolution.
To change the number of
colors displayed on a
monitor, select an
appropriate colour quality.
3. When you have completed configuration, click Apply.
It is recommended setting the resolution to 1024x768, and the number of
colours to Highest (32bit).
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Using External Display Devices
Using external display devices such as monitor or projector, you can view the screen
images alternatively or simultaneously. You can extend the screen into two display
devices to use larger workspace.
Using external display devices would be especially useful when you are giving
presentations or watching a video file.
1. Connect the external display device (e.g. a monitor or a projector) to the
corresponding port of the system. To connect a TV, connect the TV to the TV
output port of the system.
2. Right-click on the desktop, and select Graphics Properties.
3. On the Display Devices tab, select your desired display device, and click OK.
(The displayed device list is determined by the currently connected devices.)
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Monitor
Displays on an external device such as monitor or a projector.
Television
You can only view the screen on the TV.
Notebook
Displays on the notebook LCD only.
Intel(R) Dual
Display Clone
Displays the same screen on the notebook LCD, and an external device such as
monitor or projector.
Extended
Desktop
Extends the screen into the notebook LCD and an external device such as monitor or
projector to use a 2 times larger workerspace.
To switch display devices using shortcut key
You can switch display devices easily by pressing <Fn>+<
key.
> shortcut
Provided that multiple external display devices are connected, the display
order is LCD > CRT > TV > LCD+CRT > LCD+TV > LCD whenever the
<Fn>+<
> keys are pressed.
You cannot use the <Fn>+<
prompt or extended desktop.
> shortcut key in the full screen mode DOS
To change display devices easily
When multiple display devices are connected, the connected devices are
displayed on the 'Output To'. Right-click on the Desktop using the right
Pointing Stick button and select Graphics Option > Output To to easily change
the display device.
To change the screen resolution and color quality
If the screen does not appear clearly, please try to change the screen
resolution and colour quality. In the figure of step 3, select a Display Settings,
and adjust Color Quality, Screen Resolution, Refresh Rate of right screen.
When using an LCD and a wide monitor, the LCD and monitor screen sizes
may differ. To make them the same size, select ‘Intel(R) Dual Display Clone’.
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System Management
Using Power Management Options
Your computer includes Power Management options that can help the battery charge
last longer and extend the life of the battery. Power-management options will slow
down or shut off system components when the components are not being used.
Power management may slow down system performance. Your computer runs fastest
with the power cord attached, whereby power management is disabled.
In the next sections, basic and advanced methods of power management will be
discussed.
Basic Power Management Schemes
This section discusses the basic schemes of power management when the computer is
operating on battery power or using AC power.
Standby vs. Hibernation
Hibernation is a state where the contents of memory are stored in a special file
on the hard disk, and Standby simply keeps a small holding current through
the memory to keep the data. You are more likely to sustain loss of data in
Standby mode so it is recommended to save all open files before entering
Standby.
Changing Devices:
Do not change PC Cards while in standby or hibernate modes.
To enter the power management window complete the following:
1. Click Start > Control Panel > Performance and Maintenance.
2. Click
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icon to display the Power Options Properties window.
3. Click the Power Schemes tab to display the basic power management options.
By default, the power scheme is configured to BatteryMgr-normal mode.
BatteryMgr-normal mode extends the battery life and optimizes the Intel
Speedstep function. Since the CPU power consumption is automatically
optimized to conserve power when the computer is operating on battery
power, an application may be executed slower than when it is operating on AC
power.To use BatteryMgr-normal mode after reinstalling Windows, install the
Battery Manager program using the System Software Media.
4. Select the time that you wish each of the following actions to occur in Battery and
AC power mode.
•
•
•
•
Turn off monitor
Turn off hard disks
System standby
System hibernates
Turning off the monitor and HDDs will save a substantial amount of battery power,
therefore when in battery only mode select the shortest time practical.
You can also reserve Turning Computer Off, Maximum Power Saving Mode,
Hold Mode, etc. by selecting System > Computer Scheduling in the
EasyBox program. (see “Using EasyBox” on page 36.)
If you change the power settings in the Battery Manager program, the settings
of the 'Power Options Properties' window are automatically changed
accordingly (”Using the Battery Manager” (p89)).
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Hibernate Mode (Power Management or Manual Method)
When hibernation is used, your computer turns off and when you power up again,
everything is restored exactly as you left it—including programs and documents
you may not have saved or closed. Everything in memory gets saved to the HDD,
and the monitor and hard disk get turned off.
If You Reinstall Windows:
You should re-establish hibernate in power options by opening Power
Options Properties window and click on the Hibernate tab then click
“Enable Hibernation”.
Hibernate Tab
Frequent Interruptions:
If you experience frequent interruptions, you might also consider putting your
computer into automatic hibernation after a specified number of minutes using
the power management options.
Standby Mode (Power Management or Manual Method)
Standby is used mainly for conserving battery power in your notebook computer. It
also gives you the benefit of getting right back to your work without waiting for the
computer to restart. Standby turns off your monitor and hard disks, placing your entire
system in a low-power state. When you return to your computer, restores your desktop
exactly as you left it. It is recommended that you do not enter standby mode with less
than 20% battery power.
5. Click OK to set your power management options and close the window.
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Rest Key:
The manual <Fn+
> key combination will not activate Standby or
Hibernate modes while you are playing a multimedia program or have an
active USB device connected.
Advanced Power Management Schemes
This section discusses the advanced power management schemes. There are two
buttons that you can use to manually conserve power.
To enter the power management window complete the following:
1. Click Start > Control Panel > Performance and Maintenance.
2. Click
icon to display the Power Options Properties window.
3. Click the Advanced tab to display the advanced power management options.
Advanced Tab
Power & Sleep Button
Programming Windows
4. Select the mode (Do nothing/Ask me what to do/Standby/Hibernate/Shut
down) assigned to the Power button and/or Rest <
> key. Also select the
action (Do nothing/Standby/Hibernate) associated with closing the computer
lid.
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The “Rest” key is assigned to the <Fn+
> key combination. ”Basic Power
Management Schemes” on page 82 for a better understanding of Standby and
Hibernate modes.
5. Click OK to set your power management options and close the window.
You can return to normal operation after you have used one of the “Power
Management” buttons by quickly pushing and releasing the Power button.
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Using the Battery
Please refer to the following instructions when running the computer on battery power
without connecting the AC power.
Please read the instructions on the battery before use.
Please refer to the system operation environment (p128) of this manual and
operate and store the battery at room temperature.
Ejecting and Attaching Battery
1. Shutdown the system and close LCD.
2. Put the computer upside down on a flat surface.
3. Slide the right battery latch outwards (
the left battery latch outwards (
).
) first. Then remove the battery sliding
4. To install the battery, insert the battery into the battery compartment of the system
and then slide the right battery latch inwards ( ).
Slide the battery latch inwards to
fix the battery.
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Monitoring the Battery Charge
You can view the battery charge status by completing the following procedures.
To use the shortcut key to view
Press the <Fn>+<
> key combination on the keyboard and then the current power
source and the current remaining battery charge are displayed at the top left of the
screen.
To view on the battery
Click the PUSH button on the battery. The remaining battery charge (%) will be
displayed.
Push button
To view through the Control Panel
Select Start > Control Panel > Performance and Maintenance > Power Option >
Power Measure tab.Then you can view the current power source and the current
remaining battery charge.
Power Supply Status
Remaining Battery Charge
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Using the battery
Battery is an expendable supply, so when you use it for a long time, the
capacity/battery life is shortened. If the battery life is reduced to under half of
the initial time, we recommend that you purchase a new battery to use.
Battery Warning
You will hear an alarm when the remaining battery charge is under 10%.
Connect the power cable or turn off the computer and install a fully charged
battery.
When the remaining battery charge is under 3%, the computer automatically
saves current work and turns off. This may be different according to the
settings in Control Panel > Performance and Maintenance > Power
Options > Alarms tab.
Extending the battery use time
Decreasing the LCD Brightness
Decreasing the LCD brightness by pressing the <Fn>+<
> key combination on the
keyboard or adjusting the brightness in the Battery Manager program extends the
battery use time. (Refer to ”Adjusting LCD Brightness” (p17))
Decreasing the LCD brightness by one level extends the battery use time by 3~5%
(10~20 minutes). (The battery use time is determined by the corresponding model.)
Using the Battery Manager
Battery Manager is a power management program that enables using battery power
efficiently.
You can easily change the power mode by selecting an optimized power mode and
manually optimizing the battery use time by setting each option.
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Click on Start > All Programs > Samsung > Samsung Battery Manager >
Samsung Battery Manager.
Change Power
Mode
Power Saving
Effects
You can only change the
detailed configuration in
Custom Mode.
• Maximum Battery Saving Mode : This mode is appropriate for conditions
which require the maximum battery use time. This may degrade the
performance of the system.
• Normal Mode : This mode is appropriate for normal conditions. Both system
performance and battery use time are optimized.
• Maximum Performance Mode : This mode is appropriate for conditions that
require maximum system performance.Therefore, the battery usage time may
be reduced in this mode.
• Custom Mode : In this mode, a user can configure a detailed configuration to
save the battery usage time. You can adjust the LCD brightness, the system
standby time, the screen color quality, and the graphic mode values.
Power Saving Effect
This shows the relative battery use time for each power mode. The more
effective the power saving, the longer the graph will appear.
When Running a Game or Multimedia Application
A game or multimedia application may not work smoothly in Maximum Battery
Saving Mode. Using this is recommended when the AC adapter is connected
or in Normal or higher modes.
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Turning Off Unnecessary Devices
Turning off unnecessary devices extends the battery use time.
Select the Start > Control Panel > Performance and Maintenance > System >
Hardware tab and click Device Manager. Right-click a device you are not using, and
select 'Disable' (e.g. wireless LAN, IEEE 1394 , etc.)
Battery Calibration
If you charge/discharge the battery repeatedly for only a short time, the battery use
time may be reduced by the difference between the actual battery charge and the
remaining charge display. In this case, the actual battery charge and the remaining
charge display will be same by discharging the battery completely using the Battery
Calibration function, and then recharging it again.
1. Disconnect the AC power adapter after turning off the system.
2. Restart your computer and press <F2> to enter BIOS setup.
3. Using the arrow keys, highlight Smart Battery Calibration in the Boot menu. The
Battery Calibration function is activated and the battery is discharged forcibly.
This operation requires 3~5 hours depending on the battery capacity and the
remaining battery charge.
4. When the calibration process is complete, recharge the battery fully.
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Upgrading Memory
This computer has one or more 128 MB or 256 MB memory module(s). Two memory
module sockets are provided so that you can replace memory or install an additional
memory module.
Removing the memory module
Before removing/replacing the memory module, turn the system off
completely. Do not replace the memory module when the system is in
Standby/Hibernate mode.
1. Using a screwdriver, open the memory module compartment cover on the bottom
of the computer.
screw
2. Push the memory module tabs outward to pop the memory module upwards.
Carefully pull the module out at an angle of about 30°.
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Adding a memory module
1. Align the new memory module connectors accordingly and slide it into the slot at
a 30° angle.
Ensure the notch on the memory module corresponds with the notch on the
socket.
2. Push the memory module in until the module clicks into place. If the memory
module is not fixed completely, gently push the memory down while pressing the
memory module tabs outward.
3. Close and fix the memory module compartment cover using a screwdriver.
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Using the Security Lock Port
The security lock is a device used to physically 'fix' the system when using it in a public
place. The locking device needs to be purchased separately. The shape and methods of
use may differ depending on the manufacturer. Please refer to the manual provided
with the security lock for proper use.
1. Connect a security lock cable to a fixed object.
2. While holding the security lock port lever to the left, connect the cable to the
security lock port.
Any damage to the machine caused by using a locking / security device is not
covered under warranty.
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Tips for Using Your Computer
The following information helps you avoid potential problems as you use your
computer:
Do not try to disassemble your computer. Opening the system chassis voids
your warranty. Only an authorised manufacturer service center can replace or
add any parts inside the chassis.
• Follow all the instructions and cautions in your computer user documentation.
• The LCD has a polarized surface and can be damaged easily. To prevent
damage, avoid touching the screen.
• Use only approved AC adapters, auto adapters, memory modules and other
options.
• Because a notebook computer is small and has restricted air flow around
components, it is more likely to overheat than a desktop computer. A fan inside
your computer runs when needed to help eliminate heat. Make sure the fan vent
on the left side of your computer is not blocked when you use the computer.
Occasionally check the vents and remove any accumulated dust on the outside.
• Avoid using or storing the computer in extremely hot or cold areas, such as a
car on a hot day. Keep the computer away from heaters and out of direct
sunlight. Exposure to excessive heat may damage computer components. If you
have left your computer in a hot place, let it cool down slowly to room
temperature (with the LCD panel open) before using it.
• Do not remove the memory-module compartment door, or try to install a
memory module when the computer is on.
• Set up your computer work area to avoid physical strain. Sit with your back
straight and supported by your chair. Adjust your chair or work table so that
your arms and wrists can remain in a relaxed position, parallel with the floor.
Avoid bending or twisting your wrists as you work. Your hands should “float”
slightly above the keyboard. Refer to a book on office ergonomics for more
information on setting up your work area.
• Take frequent breaks from working at the computer to rest your eyes and
stretch your muscles.
• Remember to save your data files frequently and to make backup copies of your
files.
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Travelling with Your Computer
Air Travel
If you are travelling by air, follow these tips:
• Take the computer with you as carry-on luggage. Do not check the computer
with your baggage.
• Allow the computer and disks to go through the X-ray security devices. Do not
hand-carry disks through the walk-through metal detectors, which can cause
loss of data.
• Be prepared to turn off the computer during take off and landing.
Handling Spills
Do not spill anything on your computer. The best way to avoid spills is to avoid eating
and drinking around your computer. If you do spill something on your computer, turn
off your computer, unplug it immediately, and do the following:
• If you spill liquid on the keyboard, drain as much of the liquid from the
keyboard as possible. Be careful not to let the liquid drip onto the LCD panel.
Allow the system to dry for several days before trying to use it.
• If you spill liquid on an external keyboard or keypad, unplug it and drain as
much of the liquid as possible. Allow the keyboard to sit at room temperature
for a full day before trying to use it.
Sweet liquids leave a sticky residue that may jam the keyboard despite your
efforts to dry it.
• If you spill liquid on the LCD panel, clean it immediately with a soft cloth and
denatured alcohol or a proprietary LCD screen cleaner. Do not use water,
window cleaner, acetone, aromatic solvent, or dry, rough towels to clean it.
Some liquids damage the polarized LCD screen. If your screen is damaged,
contact your authorized manufacturer’s service center for a replacement.
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Storing the Computer for Long Periods
If you will not be using the computer for a long period of time (a month or more), you
should discharge the battery completely then remove the battery from the computer.
This extends the life of the battery.
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Troubleshooting
Complete the following in the order presented until your system is functioning
properly. If all of the steps below fail then contact your local reseller for assistance.
Questions and Answers
Please see “Questions and Answers” on page 100 for assistance in correcting any
computer operational problems.
Check the Connections
Verify all of the power and peripheral cables are securely plugged into their sockets
and that your system and power supply is on.
Norton AntiVirus
Run Norton AntiVirus to ensure a virus is not affecting your computer.
To run Norton AntiVirus proceed as follows:
Click Start > All Programs > Norton AntiVirus > Norton AntiVirus 2005.
Magic Doctor
Magic Doctor is a program developed and distributed by Samsung Computer and is
used to troubleshoot problems. Since this program enables you to diagnose your
system with one-click, try to diagnosis your system with Magic Doctor.
Click Start > All Programs > Samsung > Magic Doctor > Magic Doctor. (p117)
Windows Help and Support
Run Windows Help and Support to find problem that may be affecting your computer.
To run Windows Help and Support proceed as follows:
Click Start > Help and Support.
Frequently Asked Questions
To view FAQ’s on your computer, please visit www.samsungpc.com.
Reinstalling Software
If for some reason your system crashes you may corrupt your HDD, Windows
operating system and/or some of your device drivers. If this is the case, use System
Recovery CD to reinstall OS and System Software Media to reinstall the corrupt
device drivers.
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System Recovery Precaution:
Before you start restoring your windows operating system insure you backup
all data on your hard drive.
Samsung is NOT responsible for any data loss.
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Questions and Answers
This section provides information on possible problems, solutions and other references
for system use.
Windows Related
Q1 The system does not shutdown properly.
A
When the system does not shutdown normally, press and hold the Power button
until the system manually shuts off. If the Power-Saving Mode is configured into
the Power button, press and hold for more than 4 seconds to shut the system off.
When the system is turned on after such manual shutdown, Scandisk will run to
check errors in the system.
Q2 The system freezes during program operation
A1
There is an error with the program currently being used. Press the <Ctrl>, <Alt>,
and <Delete> keys simultaneously and click End Task in the [Windows Task
Manager] window.
A2
There is an error with the Windows OS. Reboot the system by using the Power
button.
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Display Related
Q1 The LCD screen is too dark or too bright
A
Adjust the screen brightness by pressing the <Fn>+<
keys.
>, <Fn>+<
>
Q2 The screen saver disturbs screen viewing during Media Player or video file
operation.
A
Unselect Tools > Options > Player > Allow screen saver during playback in the
Media Player.
Q3 In DOS mode, changing the full screen DOS mode by pressing
<ALT>+<Enter> key displays a broken image for a short period.
A
For MS-DOS modes which support 2-byte characters such as Korean and
Japanese, the letters on the screen may be temporarily broken while setting the
video mode.
Q4 In the following cases, the screen blinks or displays noise for a short time:
(Click on the Graphics related tab, change the Resolution, change the
Display Device, remove the AC Adapter and restart the system.)
A
This may happen while the video driver is examining the connected device.
While detecting, any connected display devices may blink or some noise may
occur.
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Modem Related
Q1 I cannot hear the modem sound.
A1
Check that the telephone line is properly connected to the modem.
A2
Check that the modem driver is installed properly.
1.
Click Start > Control Panel > Performance and Maintenance > System.
2.
Select Hardware tab > Device Manager > Modems in the System Properties
window, and check if there is a yellow exclamation mark on the installed modem
icon. If there is, delete the modem device driver and reinstall the driver, because
the yellow exclamation mark represents a not properly installed driver.
3.
If there is no yellow exclamation mark, double-click the installed modem, and
click Diagnostics tab > Query Modem in the Modem Properties window to
diagnose the modem.
No message in either of Command and Response in the Diagnostics tab means
that the modem is not operating properly.
Diagnose the modem again after restarting the system or reinstalling the driver.
(You have to exit all programs using modem in the advance of diagnostics of the
modem).
A3
Although I can make a connection with the modem, I cannot hear the dial tone
and modem connection sound. In this case check the following list:
1.
Click Start > All Programs > Accessories > Entertainment > Volume Control.
2.
Clear the Mute check box in the Telephone Line item.
(Depending on the sound driver, it may be displayed as another name such as
Modem, Phone, Mono. If there is no corresponding item, click Options >
Properties > Volume Control, select 'Playback', and select the 'Telephone Line'
under the 'Display the following volume controls'. Click OK.)
Q2 I cannot make a call using an extension line.
A
In general, the dial tone of a PBX or a digital phone switching system is not a
continuous one, unlike that of a trunk line.
Therefore, the modem may not make a call because the modem mistakes the dial
tone from a PBX or a digital phone switching system as a busy tone.
In this case, complete the following procedures.
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- Using an AT command
As an initialization command, use the command, ATX3.
Otherwise, enter the ATX3 command manually before making a call.
It can correct this problem by skipping the dial tone check step.
- Configuring the Modem through the Control Panel
1.
Click Start > Control Panel > Network and Internet Connections.
2.
Under See Also, click Phone and Modem Options.
3.
In the Modems tab, select the installed modem, and click Properties.
4.
In the Modem tab of the Modem Properties window, clear the 'Wait for dial tone
before dialing' check box.
5.
When the configuration is completed, click OK.
Q3 How do I use my modem when dialing from overseas?
A1
Check that the modem is correctly configured according to the current country.
Because the values for communication may differ according to the country, you
may not be able to connect via the modem due to an incorrect modem
configuration.
1.
Click Start > Control Panel > Network and Internet Connections.
2.
Under See Also, click Phone and Modem Options.
3.
In the Dialing Rules tab, click Edit.
4.
In the General tab in the Edit Location window, select the current country from
the Country/region radio box, specify the Area code, and click OK.
A2 Because the shape of the telephone plug may differ according to the country, you
have to purchase and use the appropriate telephone plug for that particular
country.
Q4 How do I receive a fax while the system is in power saving mode (Rest mode)
(For Windows XP and 2000)?
A
To receive a fax when the system is in power saving mode, and the operating
system is Windows XP or 2000, configure the system as follows:
1.
The automatic fax reception function of the fax program needs to be activated.
(For more information, refer to the corresponding fax program manual.)
2.
Click Start > Control Panel > Network and Internet Connections.
3.
Under See Also, click Phone and Modem Options.
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4.
In the Modems tab, select the installed modem, and click Properties.
5.
In the Power Management tab of the Modem Properties window, select the “With
this device, exit the computer from stand-by mode” item and then click OK.
The above setting enables the modem to turn on the system and receive a fax
when in power saving mode.
Wired LAN Related
Q1 <Wake On LAN> function
A
<Wake On LAN> is a function that activates the system in rest mode when a
signal (such as ping or magic packet commands) arrives from network (wired
LAN).
To use <Wake On LAN> function:
1.
Select My Network Places > View network connections from the Desktop.
2.
Click the right button on the touchpad over Local Area Connection, and select
Properties.
3.
Click Configure, and select Power Management tab. Select ’Allow this device to
bring the computer out of standby’, then click OK. Restart the system.
- If the system in rest mode is activated when there is no received signal, use the
system after disabling <Wake On LAN> function.
- Connecting wired LAN while using wireless LAN may not execute <Wake On
LAN> function. Configure wireless LAN to ’Disable’ to use <Wake On LAN>
function.
1.
Click on My Network Place> View network connections on the Desktop.
2.
Right-click over Wireless Network Connection and select Disable.
Q2 When I connected 100Mbps wired LAN and the computer exits standby/
hibernate mode, a message informing 10Mbps wired LAN connection
appears.
A
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When the computer exits standby/hibernate mode, restoring the network takes
about 3 seconds. When the network is restored, it operates in 100Mbps.
Wireless LAN Related
Q1 The Wireless LAN device is operating properly, but I cannot connect to the
Internet or to another computer.
This is due to an incorrect configuration, or a configuration error. Check the
following check lists:
A1
If you are using a computer-to-computer (Ad Hoc) network connection, check
that the name of the configured network (SSID) is correct. The network name
(SSID) is case sensitive.
A2
If you are using a network key (encryption key), you have to use the same
network keys for an AP (Access Point) or a computer-to-computer network (Ad
Hoc). The network key of the AP is configured in the AP management program.
Ask your network administrator or AP manager for more detailed information.
A3
Check that the device driver is properly installed. If the driver is not properly
installed, you will find a yellow exclamation mark on the network icon by
clicking Start > Control Panel > Performance and Maintenance > System >
Hardware tab > Device Manager > Network adapters > Wireless LAN adapter. If
there is a yellow exclamation mark, please reinstall the device driver with the
system software Media.
A4
Referring to A2 of Q3, Check that the network bridge configuration is correct.
Q2 The signal strength is excellent, but I cannot connect to the network.
Even if the signal strength is excellent, the network connection may not operate
properly if the TCP/IP properties are not properly configured, or the network key
(encryption key) is incorrect.
A1
Check that the TCP/IP properties are configured properly. When you connect to
an AP, click the Wireless Network Connection icon on the taskbar and select the
Support tab. If the IP is not allocated properly, the IP address will be displayed
as follows (e.g. 169.254.xxx.xxx).
If the network does not provide DHCP, you have to specify the correct IP address
by asking your network administrator.
Even if the network provides DHCP, the server may not allocate an IP address to
the client properly, and the client station cannot connect to the network.
A2
Referring to A2 of Q1, check that the network key is correct.
A3
Referring to Q4, check that AP is operating properly.
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Q3 I cannot share an Internet connection.
A1
It may require some time to synchronize the computers to share an Internet
connection after the Internet connection sharing configuration is completed. If
you cannot share Internet connection even after a longer period, restart the
computer.
A2
Check if the connection between the network adapters is configured to bridge. If
there is a configured bridge connection between the network adapters through the
network configuration wizard, remove the network bridge, and reconfigure the
Internet connection sharing.
A bridge connection is created when you ran Network Setup Wizard from the
[Network Connections] window, and selected both the internal connection
adapter and another adapter in the wizard.
Q4 I cannot connect to the AP.
Check the Computer Settings
A1
Verify whether the wireless LAN function of the computer is on by doing the
following. If the wireless LAN function is off, turn it on.
- For Windows XP, verify that the wireless network connection has been set to
"Enable" in Start > Control Panel > Network Connections.
- If there is a Wireless LAN On/Off button, check if the wireless LAN button is
pressed.
A2
Verify whether the same network key (encryption key) has been entered in both
the AP and the computer.
The network key is an encryption key for encrypting data transmitted between the
AP and the computer. It is recommended setting the network key manually.
Check the AP Settings
For the AP settings, refer to the User's Guide provided by the AP manufacturer.
A3
Verify whether the environment is suitable for using a wireless LAN.
The use of a wireless LAN may be restricted according to the environment and
distance. Obstacles such as walls or doors affect the use of a wireless LAN.
Install the AP in a high and open space 50cm from the wall and far removed from
any other radio signal sources.
A4
Verify whether the AP is operating properly.
- When the AP is not operating normally, turn off the AP and after a short while
turn it on again.
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- Verify whether the AP's firmware is the most recent version. (Contact the AP
manufacturer or the place where you purchased the AP for details of the AP
firmware.)
A5
Verify whether the AP has been properly connected to the network.
Verify whether the network is operating normally by connecting the wired
network cable, which has been connected to the AP, to your computer.
A6
Check the network key settings (encryption key).
When automatic code conversion (a passphrase function) has been selected and
data communication is not functioning even with a normal wireless connection,
it is recommended entering the network key (encryption key) manually.
A7
Check the AP settings as follows. (The following is recommended for a standard
environment and thus may differ according to the specific wireless network
environment.)
- When several APs are present simultaneously, check the channel setting for
each AP. When different APs are using nearby channels, interference may occur
between electronic waves. Set the APs' channels further apart from each other.
(Ex: Ch1, Ch5, Ch9, Ch13)
- When an AP's SSID (Service Set ID) option is set to "Hide", you cannot search
for that AP on the computer. We recommend canceling the "Hide" option for an
AP. The SSID is a name for distinguishing one wireless LAN from another
wireless LAN.
- It is recommended using Long Preamble. Preamble is a signal for data
transmission synchronization. Short Preamble may be supported by some types
of APs but may cause compatibility problems.
- It is recommended using a static IP.
- Since static channel selection is more reliable than auto channel selection, it is
recommended setting a static channel.
Q5 In the Windows XP 'Available wireless networks' window, the Wireless
Network Connection is displayed as 'Not Available'.
A1
When there is a Wireless LAN button, ensure that the Wireless LAN button is
turned on.
A2
Check if there is additional program for a wireless LAN connection installed.
Windows XP supports wireless LAN connections through the Wireless Zero
Configuration (WZC) service. Therefore, an additional program for wireless
LAN connection is not required, unless the network requires a specific program.
However, installation of some wireless LAN related programs may sometimes
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disable the [View Available Wireless Networks] window supported by WZC
service. Exit the wireless LAN related program then check whether the window
is enabled.
A3
Initialize the device driver.
Click Start > Control Panel > Performance and Maintenance > System >
Hardware tab > Device Manager > Network adapters, and select the wireless
LAN adapter. Right-click the network adaptor and select 'Disable'. Then rightclick over the network adaptor and select 'Enable' after a short wait to check that
the device is operating properly.
A4
Right-click the My computer icon, and select Manage. When the Computer
Management window appears, double-click Services and Applications on the
left, and then click Services from the sub menu tree. Select the Standard tab in
the right pane, double-click Wireless Zero Configuration and check that Startup
Type is configured to Automatic, and the Service status is Started.
A5
In the case of Windows XP, click Advanced in the [Wireless Network
Connection] dialog box (see ”Connecting to an Access Point (AP)” (p46)) and
make sure that 'Use Windows to configure my wireless network settings' is
selected.
This may happen when a third-party wireless network setup program (e.g.
PROSet) other than Windows XP default program is installed. For setting up a
wireless network using the Windows XP program, this option should be selected.
Q6 When connecting to a computer-to-computer (Ad Hoc) network, I cannot
connect to another computer connected to the same computer-to-computer
network.
A1
Make sure that the security settings and network name of the computer-tocomputer (Ad Hoc) network is correct.
A2
Check the TCP/IP properties of the computers to be connected through the
computer-to-computer (Ad Hoc) network. All of the computers to be connected
through a computer-to-computer (Ad Hoc) network should be configured so that
their IP addresses are within the same subnet range.
- If the TCP/IP Settings are configured to DHCP, the address is automatically
configured to an address within the subnet IP range. This will take about 2~3
minutes.
- If the IP address is configured to static IP in TCP/IP properties, select Use the
following IP address in the TCP/IP properties of the wireless adapter, configure
IP address:10.0.0.1~10.0.0.254, and Subnet mask: 255.255.0.0, and then try
again.
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- A fixed IP is recommended for a small-size network.
Q7 When using a computer-to-computer (Ad Hoc) network, sometimes I cannot
search the access point.
A
It may happen occasionally when you are using a computer-to-computer (Ad
Hoc) network connection. Even if you cannot find some access points, the
computer-to-computer (Ad Hoc) network is operating properly. Click Refresh to
view the latest search result.
Q8 Running Help file while running Profile Wizard in the wireless LAN
program (PROSet) makes the PROSet window white.
A
It will be displayed properly when you finish the profile wizard. It dose not affect
the program operation.
Q9 The network does not operate properly when both the wireless and the wired
network connections are simultaneously configured with the same IP
address.
A
You cannot use the wireless and the wired network connections using the same
IP address simultaneously. To use either the wireless or the wired network in turn
with the same IP address, you have to Disable whichever network device will not
be using in the network connection of the Control Panel.
Q10 The wireless LAN does not work properly when there is a device operating
on an adjacent frequency in the vicinity of the product.
A1
Channel interference may occur when a wireless video transceiver or a
microwave oven is being used.If you experience channel interference from other
equipment, it is recommended changing the channel to connect to the AP. For
more information about AP settings, refer to the User Manual supplied by the AP
manufacturer.
A2
IEEE802.11g equipment operates in hybrid mode when there is active
IEEE802.11b equipment. This may result in data rate degradation.
Q11 An established wireless LAN connection is disconnected after 2~3 minutes,
and the connection is not recovered.
A1
This may be caused by channel interference. Change the channel of the AP, and
reconnect.
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A2
This may be caused by selecting the ’Use IEEE 802.1x network authentication’
option when IEEE 802.1x authentication is not available.
Check the properties of the AP in the wireless network settings. If the ’Use IEEE
802.1x authentication in this network’ option is selected, deselect the option on
the Authentication tab.
For more detailed information about authentication server, ask your network
administrator.
A3
If the AP is configured to ’Use network authentication (Shared Key)’
If the AP is configured to authentication shared mode, all computers to be
connected should be configured as follows:
- If you are using Windows XP, select network authentication(shared mode) in
the wireless network settings.
Select Start > Control Panel > Network and Internet Connections > Network
Connections, right-click the Wireless Network Connection icon and then select
View Available Wireless Networks.
Select Change Advanced Settings from the left menu, select an AP from
Preferred networks window in the Wireless Networks tab, and click the
Properties button. Select Shared Mode in the Network Authentication field of the
Association tab, and then click the OK button.
If the Preferred networks window in the Wireless Network tab is empty, click
View Wireless Networks, select an AP to connect to, and select Shared Mode in
the Network Authentication field of the Connection Information tab as described
above.
For more detailed network authentication procedures, ask your AP (Access
Point) administrator.
Q12. After the wireless LAN connection program is installed, the AEGIS Protocol
(IEEE 802.1x) appears in the [Local Area Connection Properties] window.
A
The AEGIS protocol is for security authentication protocol that is automatically
installed when the wireless LAN connection program is installed and does not
affect the operation of other programs.
Q13 Although I have turned the wireless LAN off using the Off Button on the
wireless LAN connection program, the wireless LAN operating light is still
on.
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A
This is normal. The Off Button for the Wireless LAN on the wireless LAN
connection program only turns off the S/W and not the H/W for the Wireless
LAN.
Q14 After installing the wireless LAN connection program, I cannot manage
wireless networks under Windows. (For 11a/g, 11g cards)
For Intel Wireless LAN Cards
A1
Select the “Use Microsoft Client” from the Tools menu of the PROSet program
to manage wireless networks in Windows.
To continue managing the wireless network through the PROSet program, select
“Enable Intel PROSet/Wireless” from the Tools menu of the PROSet program.
For Atheros Wireless LAN Cards
A2
In the Wireless Network tab of the Wireless Network Connection, select
Construct Wireless Network and then click the OK button.
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Games and Programs Related
Q1 3D game is not executed, or some functions are not working.
A
Change the graphic setting of the game to '2D' or 'Software Renderer', then
execute the program again.
Q2 I launched a game right after installing it, and the game is not executed.
A
This problem may occur when the game is not compatible with Windows XP.
Launch the game again, and it will be executed properly.
Q3 A game runs only in small screen format.
A1
Before running the game, right-click on the Desktop and select 'Graphics Option
> Fit to Full Flat Monitor > Full Screen'.
A2
Before running the game, set to Full Screen mode as follows.
1.
Right-click on the Desktop and select 'Graphics Properties' from the pop-up
menu.
2.
Select ‘Display Settings’ in the left menu and select ‘Full Screen’ in the 'Display
Expansion' field.
3.
Click ‘OK’.
Q4 <Fn+
A
> Key combination does not work.
While displaying video of VCD or MPEG, or the display setting is Dual View,
you cannot toggle display devices. Also the installation of NetWare Client 32
program disables the function of <Fn+
>.
Q5 While playing a game, pressing the <Fn>+<
screen is not properly displayed.
A
>keys does not work or the
Some games and 3D application programs may change the display device
control. Therefore, pressing the <Fn>+<
> keys may terminate the running
program or may display an abnormal screen.
Press the <Fn>+<
> keys before launching a program and do not press them
while running the program.
Q6 Running speed of a game is too slow or fast.
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A
Change the setting of Power Schemes to 'Always On'.
(Click Start > Control Panel > Performance and Maintenance > Power Options >
Power Schemes tab, then configure the Power schemes field to 'Always On'.)
Q7 Pressing <Fn>+<
> keys while running a game may cause abnormal
operation of the system.
A
Do not press <Fn>+<
a system error.
> keys while a game is running, because it may cause
Q8 Some part of a game image is not displayed or is displayed in black.
A
This may happen when running a game designed for DirectX 8.1, such as NHL
2003, MVP Baseball 2003, etc.
Q9 When playing a game, the image display temporarily freezes a number of
times.
A
This may happen when using the DFGT function.
1.
Right-click on the Desktop and select 'Graphics Properties' from the pop-up
menu.
2.
Select ‘Display Settings’ in the left menu and select 'Power Settings’.
3.
Unselect 'Intel® Dual-Frequency Graphics Technology'.
4.
Click OK.
Q10 When I run 'The Sims Fun Party' game in Dual Display Clone mode, a
mouse cursor afterimage appears
A
Change the display device to LCD only, by pressing the <Fn>+<
launch the game again.
> keys and
Q11 When I play multiple avi and mpg files with Mplayer2, a different screen
plays
A
This may happen when you play more than 3 video files simultaneously. Please
play only up to 2 video files at a time.
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Security Center
Q1 To change the popup window display settings when connected to the
Internet.
In the Windows XP SP2 environment, you can decide whether to display a popup
window when connected to the Internet, for user convenience and security.
A1
To display most of the popup windows when connected to the Internet:
1.
Click on Internet Options in Start > Control Panel > Security Center > Manage
security settings for.
2.
In the Privacy tab of Internet Properties, clear Block pop-ups.
A2
To display popup windows only from the current site when connected to the
Internet:
Place the cursor on the notification area at the bottom of the Internet address bar
and right-click to display a menu, from which you can select Temporarily Allow
Pop-ups or Always Allow Pop-ups from This Site.
A3
To display popup windows from a particular site:
1.
Click on Internet Options in Start > Control Panel > Security Center > Manage
security settings for.
2.
In the Privacy tab of Internet Properties, click on Settings from Block pop-ups.
3.
Enter a URL to want to allow pop-ups into Address of Web site to allow and click
on Add.
4.
You will find that the entered address is added to the allowed sites list. The next
time you connect to the Web site, you will see pop-ups appearing.
When you need to re-block a permitted site, select the Web site address that you
want to block from the Allowed Sites and click on Remove.
Q2 When you connect to a Web site, you see the message, “To help protect your
security, Internet Explorer stopped this site from installing an ActiveX
control on your computer” or “This site might require the following ActiveX
control” below the address bar.
A
Windows XP SP2 blocks unsigned ActiveX controls from being installed when
connected to certain Web sites for security reasons. On some Web sites that have
no ActiveX controls installed, applications are not started or do not display
properly.
In this case, to install ActiveX controls, right-click the notification area to display
a menu from which you can select Install ActiveX control.
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Q3 When you see a Windows Security Alert icon (
of the task bar.
) appear on the right part
With the Security Center feature added, Windows XP SP2 checks the Firewall,
the automatic updates configuration and installation of virus-checking programs
to display a Windows Security Alert icon on the right part of the task bar when it
judges that the computer is vulnerable to attacks from the Internet. In this case,
check the following to install the necessary components.
A1
Set up the Windows Firewall.
When you set up the Windows Firewall, you will be protected from unauthorized
access through the Internet or the network.
1.
Click on Windows Firewall in Start > Control Panel > Security Center > Manage
security settings for.
2.
From the General tab of Windows Firewall, select ON (recommended).
3.
If you want to allow a certain program or service to gain access to your computer
using the Firewall, select and check the program or service that you want to allow
access from, in the Exceptions tab of the Windows Firewall. If you want to add
a program to Programs and Services, click on Add Program and select it.
A2
Set up Windows Automatic Updates.
This automatically downloads and installs critical updates via the Internet to keep
your computer up to date.
1.
Click on Automatic Updates in Start > Control Panel > Security Center > Manage
security settings for.
2.
From general tab of Automatic Updates window, select Automatic
(recommended).
A3
Keep your computer current with the latest virus updates. (ex: Norton Antivirus)
Even when you have installed Norton AntiVirus on your computer, Windows
cannot recognize the program until you configure the settings, displaying a
Security Alert icon.
When you first use or install Norton AntiVirus for the first time, follow the
Registration Wizard steps to configure the registration settings.
To protect your computer from virus attacks with the latest updates, click on
Options to display the Norton AntiVirus Options window. From the left menu of
the window, check Run Automatic Protection to select Automatic Protection and
check Run LiveUpdate to select LiveUpdate.
A4
Two virus scanning programs on one computer may cause system conflicts.
Remove one of the programs from the system.
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A5
If Windows does not recognize the existence of an anti-virus program even when
it has been installed, your computer could be vulnerable to attacks from the
Internet. You should install an anti-virus program that your computer is able to
identify.
Check the following programs which Windows can detect and select one from
the list.
A list of anti-virus programs that Windows can detect:
-Symantec Norton Anti-Virus
-NetworkAssociates (McAfee)
-TrendMicro
-ComputerAssociates
-Panda
-Kaspersky
-Ahnlabs (AhnLab)
The list is subject to change. Visit the Web site (www.microsoft.com) regularly
to check the latest list
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Using Magic Doctor
Magic Doctor is troubleshooting software provided by Samsung Computer. A user can
diagnose system problems via one-click or by selecting diagnostic items.
1. Click Start > All Programs > Samsung > Magic Doctor > Magic Doctor.
2. Click on an icon at the top of the screen.
– OneClick Diagnosis: You can diagnose problems affecting the system
connections and system operations via one-click.
– User Diagnosis: You can select the necessary diagnostic items and diagnose
system problems.
– System Recovery: Launches the Restoring the System function of Windows
XP. (p118)
3. When the system diagnosis is completed, the diagnostic result appears.
If problems are found, click the Cure button to correct the problem. Magic Doctor
starts the correction operations.
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Restoring the System
This description is only for models running Window XP.
The System Restore function allows you to restore your computer to an earlier copy
(called restore point), and restores the settings if a problem occurs.The System Restore
function is provided by Windows XP to enable the resolution of various problems
without reinstalling Windows XP completely.
You can use System Restore in the following cases.
•
•
•
•
The system files are deleted or damaged by mistake.
The system is unstable or a problem occurs in a device driver.
A problem occurs after changing system files such as the registry.
A problem occurs after installing a new program.
Creating a Restore Point
Restore points are created at predetermined times and at times of significant system
events such as when a program or a driver is installed. You can also decide when to
create your own restore points.
There has to more than 200MB of free space on the hard disk drive. If the disk
space is insufficient, a saved restore point might be deleted.
You are recommended to create a restore point when you have purchased a
new computer and before installing new programs or device drivers. Before
creating a restore point, check that the computer is operating properly.
The procedures to create your own restore point are described below.
1. Click Start > All Programs > Accessories > System Tools > System Restore.
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2. Select "Create a restore point", and click Next.
Since changes made after the Recovery Point may not be maintained, please
back-up all necessary files to another location before performing system
recovery.
3. In the Restore point description box, type a name to identify the restore point, and
than click Create. A restore point has been created.
Returning your computer to an earlier restore point
The procedures to return your computer to an earlier restore point when a problem has
occurred are described below.
1. Click Start > All Programs > Accessories > System Tools > System Restore.
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2. Select "Restore my computer to an earlier time", and then click Next.
3. Select the desired restore date from the calendar restoration and select the desired
restore point from the list, and then click Next.
The date of the restore point is displayed in bold font.
4. Confirm the selected restore point and click Next. System Restore shuts down
Windows, and starts the restoration processes.
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5. After the restoration is complete, Windows restarts. In the [System Restore
completed] dialog, click OK.Your computer has been restored to the selected
restore point.
Undoing the last restoration
The procedures to undo a restoration are described below.
1. Click Start > All Programs > Accessories > System Tools > System Restore.
2. Select "Undo my last restoration", and then click Next.
3. Confirm the restoration information to undo, and than click Next. System Restore
shuts down Windows and starts undoing the restoration.
4. After the undo restoration is complete, Windows restarts. In the [Undo the last
restoration completed] dialog, click OK.Your computer has been restored to the
point prior to the last restoration.
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Reinstalling Software
If you have reinstalled the Windows operating system, or the system and program do
not operate properly, you can re-install the driver and program using the System
Software Media.
This computer is optimized for Microsoft Windows XP, therefore driver other
than the ones included in the System Software Media are not provided.
Running the System Software Media
Insert the System Software Media into the CD-ROM drive. The initial screen appears
automatically.
• Standard Installation: This displays a list of drivers or programs that are not
currently installed on your computer from the System Software Media
provided. All necessary components are installed using the factory defaults.
• Minimum Installation: This displays the components (driver, Windows
programs, etc) that, if not installed, may cause problems with the system
performance. You can install only required components.
• Custom Installation: You can customize the installation of drivers and
programs.
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Installing drivers and programs
1. Click Standard Installation in the main window of the System Software Media.
(Standard Installation is recommended)
2. The system is scanned to display the drivers and programs that need to be installed.
3. Click OK. The drivers and programs are automatically installed as factory
defaults.
4. When done, restart the system.
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Reinstalling Windows XP
If the Windows XP does not operate properly due to an error in the system, or if you
have replaced the hard disk drive, you can reinstall Windows XP using the system
recovery CD.
With the system recovery CD, you can reinstall Windows XP only. To return
the system to the state of shipment, reinstall the device drivers and programs
with the System Software Media after reinstalling Windows XP with the system
recovery CD.
Reinstalling Window may delete the data on the hard disk drive such as files,
programs, etc. In order to minimize damage from data loss, please remember
to always back up data. Samsung Electronics is not liable in the case of data
loss, please consult your warranty statement for clarification.
When you have set a booting password
You are asked to enter your booting password after restarting the system
during the Windows installation. Enter the password to continue to the next
steps.
Reinstalling Windows
Explain Standard installation option as a standard.
1. Insert the system recovery CD into the CD-ROM drive.
2. In the initial screen, click Standard Installation.
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• Standard installation: You can change the settings for partitioning, the
installation folder, etc. during the Windows installation. However, reinstalling
Windows may delete the data on the hard disk drive such as files, programs,
etc. In order to minimize damage from data loss, please remember to always
back up data.
• Quick Installation: This re-installs Windows with the user data and the system
configuration intact. The user data in the already existing Windows folders may
be preserved as the existing Windows folders are overwritten.
3. The description for the standard installation appears. Click Yes.
The installation starts, and the system will be restarted after a while.
When Quick Installation is selected,
Setup proceeds with Step 3 before automatically installing Windows. Quick
Installation overwrites the existing Windows version, so that drivers or
applications do not need to be reinstalled.
4. After the system has restarted, the message ’Press any key to boot from CD’
appears. Do not press any key at this time. After a while the partition configuration
screen appears.
To not change the partition, press <Enter>.
What is partition configuration?
Partition configuration is a function that devides the hard disk drive into one or
several partitions. Note that changing the partition deletes all of the data on the
hard disk drive.
5. Select the folder to install the Windows operating system.
To delete the previous version of Windows and install in the current folder, press
<L> on the keyboard.
If you press ESC to select another folder for the installation, new Windows
folders are created causing a risk of dual booting.
6. After the installation process copies the necessary folders for the Windows
installation, restart the system, and the message “Press any key to boot from CD”
is displayed. You do not need to enter anything. In a moment, the Windows XP
installation screen will appear to proceed with the installation.
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7. When the Regional and Language Options window appears, click Next.
8. When a window that requires your name and organization pops up, enter your
name and the organization and click Next.
In the Windows XP Professional edition, an additional window that requires the
computer name and the administrator password appears.
Enter the computer name and the administrator password and click Next.
9. When the Date and Time Settings window appears, click Next.
Setup will continue.
10. When the system restarts to display Press any key to boot from CD, do not press
any key.
When you see the Windows desktop, this means that the installation process is
completed. Remove the system recovery CD and install the device drivers and
applications from the System Software Media.
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If You Cannot Run Windows
If you cannot run Windows, you have to boot the system with the system recovery CD,
and reinstall Windows. If you boot the system from the system recovery CD, you can
install Windows only with the user installation option. You cannot install with the
standard installation option.
1. Insert the system recovery CD into the CD-ROM drive and start the computer.
2. If the following message appears on the screen, press any key from the keyboard.
Press any key to boot from CD.....
This message appears only when the CD drive has booting priority. If the
message does not appear, configure the CD drive as the first booting device
referring to ”Changing Booting Priority” on page 76.
3.
Do not press any key at this time. After a while the partition configuration screen
appears.
To not change the partition, press <Enter>.
4. Select the desired file system ( format ).
To maintain the current file system, press <Enter>.
5. Select the folder to install the Windows operating system.
To delete the previous version of Windows and install in the current folder, press
<L> on the keyboard.
6. After the installation process copies the necessary folders for the Windows
installation, restart the system, and the message “Press any key to boot from CD”
is displayed. You do not need to enter anything. In a moment, the Windows XP
installation screen will appear to proceed with the installation.
7. Follow the instructions of the Windows XP installation wizard to continue with the
installation.
8. When the installation is complete, the computer will restart.
When the system has restarted, the Press any key to boot from CD message
appears. Ignore the message.
The system boots and the Windows and Windows Registration screen appears.
Register Windows, following the instructions to finish the Windows installation.
Remove the System Recovery CD and install the device drivers and application
programs using Standard Installation from the System Software Media.
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Specifications
System Specification
The system specifications will be described below. The system specifications may
differ depending on the derived models.
Item
Specification
Remarks
CPU
Intel Pentium M(Dothan) Processor(FSB 533 MHz) /
Intel Celeron M Processor (FSB 400 MHz)
Optional
Cache memory
2MB (Pentium M) / 1MB (Celeron M)
Main memory
256/512 MB, 1GB DDR2 SDRM
2 DDR2 Socket (An additional 256/512/1024 MB module can be
installed.)
Main Chipset
Intel 915GM (Alviso GM) / 82801FBM (ICH6-M)
Max 2GB
Hard disk drive (HDD) 2.5", UltraDMA100, S.M.A.R.T 9.5mmH / PATA
CD drive
CD, CD-RW / DVD-Rom Combo, DVD-Super Multi
Graphics
Intel 915GM
Sound
SoundMAX integrated Digital Audio (AC97 CODEC)
Network Interface
Modem: SENS LT56ADW
Wired LAN: Broadcom 440x 10/100 Intergated Controller
Wireless LAN: 802.11BG or 802.11ABG
Memory Card Slot
Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, SD Card Supported
PCMCIA Slot
Type I and II Compatible
Ports
IEEE 1394 (4 Pin), USB2.0 x 2, Microphone, Headphone, S/PDIF,
Modem(RJ-11), LAN(RJ-45), Monitor and TV Out(S-VHS)
Dimensions (mm)
315.5 x 259 x 25.2~29.5
LCD Panel Size
14.1" XGA (1024x768)
Weight
2.0 Kg
Battery
Lithium-Ion smart battery
Operation
Environment
Temperature (storage) : -5 ~ 40°C (operation) : 10 ~ 32° C
Humidity (storage) : 5% ~ 90%
(operation) : 20% ~ 80%
Operation Voltage
100 - 240 VAC
Frequency
50 - 60 Hz
Output Power
60W
Output Voltage
19.0VDC
Optional
Optional
WxDxH
The system specifications are subject to change without notice. For detailed system specifications, refer to the product
catalog.
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Wireless LAN Specification (Optional)
Intel(R) PRO/Wireless 2200BG Network Connection
Product Specification
Item
Physical
Specifications
Power Specification
Network
Specifications
Detailed Specifications
Dimensions
(Width X Height) 59.75 X 44.45 mm
operation temperature and
humidity
Same as system operation
Power Saving Mode
135 mW
Receiving Mode
0.85W
Transmission Mode
1.45W
Power
3.3V
Compatibility
IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g
Operating System
Microsoft Windows XP
- NDIS5 Miniport Driver
Media Access Protocol
CSMA/CA (Collision Avoidance) with
Acknowledgement(ACK)
Security
Wired Equivalent Privacy support (WEP) 64bit/128bit
WPA*, CCX*
Temperature: 0°C ~ 70°C
Humidity: less than 85%
* This piece of equipment supports the Wi-Fi wireless LAN security standard, WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) and
CCX (Cisco Compatible eXtensions). To connect to a wireless network consisting of the WPA and CCX,
certificates or PROSet may be required depending on the network settings. For driver update, visit
www.samsung.com and for information on the PROSet installation, refer to ”Wireless Network Setup Using the
Wireless LAN Setup Program (For Intel 802.11BG or Intel 802.11ABG cards)” (p54). For more information, ask
your network administrator.
Radio Specifications
RF Band
2.4GHz
Support Channels
Channels allowed per country.
Device
Transceiver
Standard Output Power
5 mW
Transmission Method
11b mode: DSSS
11g mode: OFDM
Transmission Rate (Mbps) *
11b mode: 11, 5.5, 2, and 1
11g mode** : 54, 48, 36, 24, 18, 12, 9, and 6
Antenna Type
Internal Antenna 2 EA (Main/Aux)
* The transmission rate may differ from the actual transmission rate.
** 11g mode is supported only when the device is connected with an IEEE802.11g device (e.g. IEEE802.11g
compatible Access Point).
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Intel(R) PRO/Wireless 2915ABG Network Connection
Product Specification
Item
Physical
Specifications
Power Specification
Network
Specifications
Detailed Specifications
Dimensions
(Width X Height) 59.75 X 44.45 mm
operation temperature and
humidity
Same as system operation
Power Saving Mode
135 mW
Receiving Mode
0.85 W
Transmission Mode
1.45 W
Power
3.3V
Compatibility
IEEE802.11a, IEEE802.11b, IEEE802.11g
Operating System
Microsoft Windows XP
- NDIS5 Miniport Driver
Media Access Protocol
CSMA/CA (Collision Avoidance) with
Acknowledgement(ACK)
Security
Wired Equivalent Privacy support (WEP) 64bit / 128bit
WPA*, CCX*
Temperature: 0°C ~ 70°C
Humidity: less than 85%
* This piece of equipment supports the Wi-Fi wireless LAN security standard, WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) and
CCX (Cisco Compatible eXtensions). To connect to a wireless network consisting of the WPA and CCX,
certificates or PROSet may be required depending on the network settings. For driver update, visit
www.samsung.com and for information on the PROSet installation, refer to ”Wireless Network Setup Using the
Wireless LAN Setup Program (For Intel 802.11BG or Intel 802.11ABG cards)” (p54). For more information, ask
your network administrator.
Radio Specifications
RF Band
2.4GHz, 5GHz
Support Channels
Channels allowed per country.
Device
Transceiver
Standard Output Power
5 mW
Transmission Method
11a mode: OFDM
11b mode: DSSS
11g mode: OFDM
Transmission Rate (Mbps) *
11a mode** : 54, 48, 36, 24, 18, 12, 9, and 6
11b mode : 11, 5.5, 2, and 1
11g mode*** : 54, 48, 36, 24, 18, 12, 9, and 6
Antenna Type
Internal Antenna 2 EA (Main/Aux)
* The transmission rate may differ from the actual transmission rate.
** 11a mode is supported only when the device is connected with an IEEE802.11a device (e.g. IEEE802.11a
compatible Access Point).
***11g mode is supported only when you are connected to an IEEE 802.11g device (e.g. An Access Point
supporting IEEE 802.11g).
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Atheros Wireless Network Adapter Device
Product Specification
Item
Physical
Specifications
Detailed Specifications
Dimensions
(Width X Height) 59.75 X 44.70 mm
operation temperature and
humidity
Same as system operation
Temperature: 0°C ~ 70°C
Humidity: 95%
Power Specification
Network
Specifications
Power Saving Mode
70mW
Receiving Mode
0.825W
Transmission Mode
1.25W
Power
3.3V
Compatibility
IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11b
Operating System
Microsoft Windows XP
- NDIS5 Miniport Driver
Media Access Protocol
CSMA/CA (Collision Avoidance) with
Acknowledgement(ACK)
Security
Wired Equivalent Privacy support (WEP) 64bit / 128bit
*WPA, *CCX
* This piece of equipment supports the Wi-Fi wireless LAN security standard, WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) and
CCX (Cisco Compatible eXtensions). To connect to a wireless network consisting of the WPA and CCX,
certificates or Atheros Client Utility may be required depending on the network settings. For more information, ask
your network administrator.
Radio Specifications
RF Band
2.4 GHz
Support Channels
Channels allowed per country.
Device
Transceiver
Modulation Scheme
11b Mode: DSSS, CCK 11g Mode: OFDM
Standard Output Power
MAX 10 mW
*Transmission Rate
**11g mode: 54, 48, 36, 24, 18, 12, 9, 6
11b mode: 11, 5.5, 2, 1
Antenna Type
2ea internal antennas (main and aux)
* The data rate may differ from the real data transmission rate.
**11g mode is supported only when device is connected with an IEEE 802.11g device. (e.g. Access Point
supported IEEE 802.11g)
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Abbreviations
A . . . . . . . . . Amperes
AC . . . . . . . . Alternating current
ACPI . . . . . . Advanced Configuration and Power management Interface
APM . . . . . . Advanced Power Management
ATA. . . . . . . AT attachment (refers to the hard-drive interface in an ATcompatible computer)
ATAPI. . . . . AT attachment packet interface
BBS . . . . . . . Bulletin board system
BIOS . . . . . . Basic input/output system
C . . . . . . . . . Centigrade
CD . . . . . . . . Compact disc
CD-ROM . . Compact disc read-only memory
cm . . . . . . . . Centimeters
COM . . . . . . Communication (as in communication port)
CMOS . . . . . Complementary metal-oxide semiconductor
DC . . . . . . . . Direct current
DMA . . . . . . Direct memory access
DPMS . . . . . Display power-management signaling
DRAM. . . . . Dynamic random access memory
DSTN . . . . . Double layer super twist nematic
ECP . . . . . . . Extended capabilities port
EPP . . . . . . . Enhanced parallel port
g . . . . . . . . . . gram
G . . . . . . . . . Gravity
GB . . . . . . . . Gigabytes
hr . . . . . . . . . hour
Hz . . . . . . . . Hertz
IDE . . . . . . . Integrated drive electronics
I/O . . . . . . . . Input/output
IRQ . . . . . . . Interrupt request line
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ISA . . . . . . . Industry Standard Architecture
KB . . . . . . . . Kilobytes
kg . . . . . . . . . Kilograms
LAN. . . . . . . Local-area network
lb.. . . . . . . . . Pounds
LBA . . . . . . . Logical block addressing
LCD. . . . . . . Liquid-crystal display
m . . . . . . . . . Meters
mA . . . . . . . . Milliampere
mAhr . . . . . . Milliampere hour
MB. . . . . . . . Megabyte
mm . . . . . . . millimeter
MPEG . . . . . Motion Picture Experts Group
MPU . . . . . . Microprocessor unit
ms . . . . . . . . Millisecond
PDF . . . . . . . Portable document format
PC . . . . . . . . Personal computer
PCI . . . . . . . Peripheral component interconnect
PCMCIA. . . Personal Computer Memory Card International Association
POST. . . . . . Power-on self-test
PNP . . . . . . . Plug and play
PS/2 . . . . . . . Personal System/2
RAM . . . . . . Random-access memory
ROM . . . . . . Read-only memory
SVGA . . . . . Super video graphics array
TFT . . . . . . . Thin-film transistor
USB . . . . . . . Universal serial bus
V . . . . . . . . . Volt
VAC . . . . . . Voltage alternating current
VCC . . . . . . Voltage collector current
VDC . . . . . . Voltage direct current
whr . . . . . . . Watt hour
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Glossary
AC adapter
The AC (or alternating current) adapter regulates current coming into your
computer from the wall outlet. The current at the wall outlet is alternating current
and needs to be changed by the adapter to DC (direct current) before your
computer can use it for power.
ACPI
ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Power Interface)- a method for describing
hardware interfaces in terms abstract enough to allow flexible and innovative
hardware implementations and concrete enough to allow shrink-wrap OS code to
use such hardware interfaces.
BIOS
BIOS stands for basic input/output system. The BIOS is software (often called
firmware) that is independent of any operating system. It enables the computer to
communicate with the screen, keyboard, and other peripheral devices without
using programs on the hard disk.
The BIOS on your computer is flash BIOS, which means that it has been recorded
on a flash memory chip that can be updated if needed.
Boot
To start your computer. A cold boot resets the entire computer and runs through
all computer self-tests. A warm boot clears out computer memory only.
Boot disk
A disk containing operating system programs required to start your computer. A
boot disk can be a floppy disk, hard drive, or compact disc.
Byte
The basic unit of measure for computer memory. A character—such as a letter of
the alphabet—uses one byte of memory. Computer memory is often measured in
kilobytes (1,024 bytes) or megabytes (1,048,576 bytes).
Each byte is made up of eight bits. For more information on bytes and bits, see an
introductory book on computers.
Cache memory
Cache is very fast, zero-wait-state memory located between the microprocessor
and main memory. Cache reduces the average time required by the
microprocessor to get the data it needs from the main memory by storing recently
accessed data in the cache.
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CardBus
CardBus technology enables the computer to use 32-bit PC Cards. Hardware in
the computer and the Windows operating system provide support for the 32-bit
cards. The voltage of 32-bit cards (3.3 volts) is lower than that of 16-bit cards (5
volts). The 32-bit cards can transmit more data at a time than the 16-bit cards, thus
increasing their speed.
CMOS memory
CMOS (complementary metal oxide semiconductor) memory is powered by the
CMOS battery. The System Setup settings and other parameters are maintained in
CMOS memory. Even when you turn your computer off, the information in
CMOS memory is saved.
COM port
COM stands for communication. COM ports are the serial ports in your computer.
Compact Disc
A compact disc (CD).
Conventional memory
The first 640 KB of system memory. Operating systems and application programs
can directly access this memory without using memory-management software.
Disk
The device used by the computer to store and retrieve information. Disk can refer
to a floppy disk, hard disk, or RAM disk.
Disk cache
A software device that accumulates copies of recently used disk sectors in RAM.
The application program can then read these copies without accessing the disk.
This, in turn, speeds up the performance of the application.
A cache is a buffer for transferring disk sectors in and out of RAM. Data stored in
a disk cache is a copy of data already stored on the physical disk.
DMA (direct memory access)
A method of transferring data from a device to memory without having the data
pass through the microprocessor. Using DMA can speed up system performance.
DPMS
Display Power Management Signalling. Displays or monitors that comply with
this can be managed by the Power Management features found in the system
setup.
Floppy disk
A removable disk, also called floppy or diskette.
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Hard drive
Also called fixed disk. A hard drive is connected to the computer and can be
installed or removed. Data written to a hard drive remains until it is overwritten
or corrupted.
The 2.5-inch hard drive in your computer was designed for use in a notebook
computer. Because hard drives in notebook computers are smaller than those in
desktop computers, their maximum storage capacity may be less than that of
desktop hard drives. However, because of their smaller size, the drives handle
shock and vibration better than larger drives, which is important for a notebook
computer.
I/O
Input/output. Refers to peripheral devices, such as printers, that are addressed
through an I/O address.
I/O address
I/O stands for input/output. Peripheral devices, such as printers, are addressed
through the I/O port address.
IRQ (interrupt request line)
The IRQ is a hardware line that a device uses to signal the microprocessor when
the device needs the microprocessor’s services. The number of IRQs is limited by
industry standards.
LCD (liquid-crystal display)
The LCD screen on your computer differs from the display screen of a desktop
monitor. Most desktop monitors use CRT (cathode-ray tube) displays, which
work by moving an electron beam across phosphor dots on the back of the screen.
The phosphor dots light up to show the image. LCDs use a liquid-crystal solution
between two sheets of polarizing material. Electric current passing through the
liquid aligns the crystals so that light can or cannot pass through them, creating an
image.
MB (megabyte)
1,024 kilobytes.
Megabit
1,048,576 bits or about 128 kilobytes.
Operating system
A program that supervises the computer's operation, including handling I/O.
Application programs and users can request operating-system services. A user
might request operation-system services to copy files or format a disk. An
application program might use the operating system to obtain keyboard input,
write data to a file, or write data to a screen.
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PC Card
PC Card stands for personal computer card. The Personal Computer Memory
Card International Association (PCMCIA) defines the standards used to develop
all PC Cards. PC Card types include: modems, Ethernet adapters, SCSI adapters,
ATA cards, and memory cards.
PC slot
The PC slot is the hardware slot in the computer where the PC Card is placed.
Pixel
A pixel is an individual dot in a graphic displayed on your computer. The pixels
are so close together that they look as though they are connected. An LCD screen
displays thousands or millions of pixels.
Plug and Play
A plug and play operating system automatically configures computer components
to work with your system. With this type of operating system, you normally do
not need to set jumpers on devices or set memory addresses or IRQs.
RAM (random access memory)
The computer's system memory, including conventional and extended memory.
You can write to and read from RAM. Information stored in RAM is temporary,
and is erased when the system is turned off.
Refresh rate
The refresh rate is the rate at which the image on the LCD screen is rewritten to
the screen. A fast refresh rate helps keep the image from flickering.
Resolution
The resolution is the sharpness or clarity of the image on your LCD screen.
Resolution is measured by the number of pixels the computer’s screen can
display. For example, a resolution of 800 x 600 means that the screen can display
800 pixels in row and can display 600 rows. The more pixels displayed, the higher
the resolution and the better the image.
ROM (read-only memory)
Permanent computer memory dedicated to a particular function. For example, the
instructions for starting the computer when you first turn on power are contained
in ROM. You cannot write to ROM. (ROM is not the same as RAM).
Sector
Also known as disk sector. The portion of a track that is numbered and can hold
a specified number of characters (usually 512 KB).
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Shadow RAM
A write-protected area of RAM that contains a copy of the BIOS. As the computer
boots, the BIOS is copied from its permanent location in ROM to RAM. The
BIOS can be executed much faster in RAM than in ROM. The BIOS remains in
shadow RAM until you turn off the computer.
TFT (thin film transistor) LCD
A TFT LCD uses a separate transistor circuit to control each pixel. This
technology provides the best resolution for an LCD screen. A TFT LCD is also
sometimes called an active matrix LCD.
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This product follows the provisions of the European Directive 1999/5/EC.
[Danish]
Dette produkt er i overensstemmelse med det europæiske direktiv 1999/5/EC
[Dutch]
Dit product is in navolging van de bepalingen van Europees Directief 1999/5/EC.
[Finnish]
Tämä tuote noudattaa EU-direktiivin 1999/5/EC määräyksiä.
[French]
Ce produit est conforme aux exigences de la Directive Européenne 1999/5/EC.
[German]
Dieses Produkt entspricht den Bestimmungen der Europäischen Richtlinie 1999/5/EC
[Greek]
Το προϊόν αυτό πληροί τις προβλέψεις της Ευρωπαϊκής Οδηγίας 1999/5/ΕC.
[Icelandic]
Þessi vara stenst reglugerð Evrópska Efnahags Bandalagsins númer 1999/5/EC
[Italian]
Questo prodotto è conforme alla Direttiva Europea 1999/5/EC.
[Norwegian]
Dette produktet er i henhold til bestemmelsene i det europeiske direktivet 1999/5/EC.
[Portuguese]
Este produto cumpre com as normas da Diretiva Européia 1999/5/EC.
[Spanish]
Este producto cumple con las normas del Directivo Europeo 1999/5/EC.
[Swedish]
Denna produkt har tillverkats i enlighet med EG-direktiv 1999/5/EC.
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Samsung Update Plus äÁèÁÕ¡ÒÃÍÑ»à´μμèÒ§æ ÊÓËÃѺ«Í¿μìáÇÃìáÅÐä´ÃàÇÍÃìÍ×è¹æ ·ÕèμÔ´μÑé§à¾ÔèÁàμÔÁ
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7. ¡ÒÃãªé DHCP:
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¡ÒÃãªé IP μÒÂμÑÇ:
ã¹á·çº General ãËéàÅ×Í¡ "Use the following IP address" áÅéÇÃкؤèÒ㹿ÔÅ´ì IP address, Subnet mask, Default gateway,
Preferred DNS serve áÅÐ Alternative DNS server ¤ÅÔ¡ OK
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ã¹á·çº Alternate Configuration ¤ÅÔ¡ User configured áÅéÇ¡ÃÍ¡¢éÍÁÙÅŧ㹿ÔÅ´ì
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Access Point (AP) ¤×ÍÍÐäÃ?
AP ¤×ÍÍØ»¡Ã³ìà¹çμàÇÔÃì¡·Õèàª×èÍÁμèÍÃÐËÇèÒ§Ãкº LAN Ẻà´ÔÁáÅÐÃкº wireless LAN áÅÐμÔ´μè͡Ѻ wireless hub
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2) ¤ÍÁ¾ÔÇàμÍÃìä»Âѧ¤ÍÁ¾ÔÇàμÍÃì (ad hoc)
¡ÒÃàª×èÍÁμèÍẺ¹ÕéàÃÕ¡ÍÕ¡ÍÂèÒ§ÇèÒà¹çμàÇÔÃì¡áºº peer-to-peer
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μÔ´μÑé§ÍØ»¡Ã³ì wireless LAN 2 à¤Ã×èͧËÃ×ÍÁÒ¡¡ÇèÒẺäÃéÊÒÂä´é ÊÓËÃѺÃÒÂÅÐàÍÕ´ â»Ã´´Ù·Õè
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¡ÒÃàª×èÍÁμèÍä»Âѧ Access Point (AP)
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ÊÓËÃѺÃÒÂÅÐàÍÕ´à¾ÔèÁàμÔÁàªè¹ network key (encryption key) â»Ã´Êͺ¶ÒÁ¼Ùé´ÙáÅÃкºà¹çμàÇÔÃ졢ͧ¤Ø³
1. ¤ÅÔ¡¢ÇÒ·Õèäͤ͹ Wireless Network Connection (
) º¹·ÒÊ¡ìºÒÃì áÅéÇàÅ×Í¡ View Available Wireless Networks
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2. àÅ×Í¡ AP (àªè¹ Test) à¾×èÍàª×èÍÁμèÍáÅéǤÅÔ¡ Connect
ËÒ¡ÁÕ¡ÒáÓ˹´¤èÒ network key ÊÓËÃѺ AP 㹡ÒÃàª×èÍÁμèÍ ¨Ð»ÃÒ¡¯ÇÔ¹â´Çì Enter Network Key ¢Öé¹
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Connect ÍÕ¡¤ÃÑé§
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μÔ´μÑé§ÍØ»¡Ã³ì wireless LAN 2 à¤Ã×èͧËÃ×ÍÁÒ¡¡ÇèÒẺäÃéÊÒÂä´é ´éÇ¡ÒÃãªéÇÔ¸Õ¡ÒùÕé ¤ÍÁ¾ÔÇàμÍÃì·ÕèäÁèä´éàª×èÍÁμè͡ѺÍÔ¹àμÍÃìà¹çμ
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• ¢Ñé¹·Õè 1. μÑ駤èÒà¹çμàÇÔÃ졤ÍÁ¾ÔÇàμÍÃìä»Âѧ¤ÍÁ¾ÔÇàμÍÃìãËéà¤Ã×èͧ¤ÍÁ¾ÔÇàμÍÃì
• ¢Ñ¹é ·Õè 2. àª×èÍÁμèÍä»Âѧà¤Ã×èͧ¤ÍÁ¾ÔÇàμÍÃì·Õèä´éÃѺ¡ÒáÓ˹´¤èÒ¨Ò¡à¤Ã×èͧ¤ÍÁ¾ÔÇàμÍÃìà¤Ã×èͧÍ×è¹æ
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1. ¤ÅÔ¡¢ÇÒ·Õèäͤ͹ Wireless Network Connection (
) ·Õè·ÒÊ¡ìºÒÃì áÅéÇàÅ×Í¡ View Available Wireless Networks
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2.
¤ÅÔ¡ Change the order of Preferred Networks
3. ·Õèá·çº Wireless Network ¤ÅÔ¡ Advanced
4. ¡àÅÔ¡¡ÒÃàÅ×Í¡àªç¤ºçÍ¡«ì 'Automatically connect to non-default network' ËÒ¡ÁÕ¡ÒÃàÅ×Í¡àªç¤ºçÍ¡«ì¹ÕéäÇé àÅ×Í¡ 'Computerto-computer (ad hoc) networks only' áÅéǤÅÔ¡ Close
5. ·Õèá·çº Wireless Network ¤ÅÔ¡ Add
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6. »é͹ª×èÍà¹çμàÇÔÃì¡ (àªè¹ samsung) áÅéÇ¡àÅÔ¡¡ÒÃàÅ×Í¡ 'The key is provided for me automatically' »é͹ encryption key
㹿ÔÅ´ì Network key áÅéǤÅÔ¡ OK
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network key »ÃСͺ´éÇÂÍÑ¡¢ÃÐ 5 ¶Ö§ 13 μÑÇ (àªè¹ magic) ËÃ×ÍÃËÑÊ°Ò¹ÊԺˡ 10 ËÃ×Í 26 μÑÇ (áÊ´§â´ÂμÑÇàÅ¢¨Ò¡
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Q1
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A
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A
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Q3
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1.
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2.
àÅ×Í¡á·çº Hardware > Device Manager > Modems ã¹ÇÔ¹â´Çì System Properties áÅéÇμÃǨ´ÙÇèÒÁÕà¤Ã×èͧËÁÒÂàμ×͹
ÊÕàËÅ×ͧ·Õèäͤ͹¢Í§âÁà´çÁ·Õèä´éμÔ´μÑé§äÇé ËÒ¡ÁÕà¤Ã×èͧËÁÒÂàμ×͹´Ñ§¡ÅèÒÇ ãËéźä´ÃàÇÍÃì¢Í§âÁà´çÁ áÅéÇμÔ´μÑé§ä´ÃàÇÍÃì
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¡ÒÃäÁèÁÕ¢éͤÇÒÁ·Ñé§ã¹á·çº Command áÅÐ Response ã¹á·çº Diagnostics ËÁÒ¶֧¡Ò÷ÕèâÁà´çÁäÁèÊÒÁÒö
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1.
¤ÅÔ¡ Start > All Programs > Accessories > Entertainment > Volume Control
2.
¡àÅÔ¡¡ÒÃàÅ×Í¡àªç¤ºçÍ¡«ì Mute ã¹ÃÒ¡Òà Telephone Line
(¢Ö鹡Ѻä´ÃàÇÍÃì¢Í§àÊÕ§ ÍÒ¨ÁÕ¡ÒÃáÊ´§à»ç¹ª×èÍÍ×è¹àªè¹ Modem, Phone, Mono ËÒ¡äÁèÁÕÃÒ¡Ò÷Õèμéͧ¡Òà ãËé¤ÅÔ¡
Options > Properties > Volume Control áÅéÇàÅ×Í¡ 'Playback' ¨Ò¡¹Ñé¹àÅ×Í¡ 'Telephone Line' ãμéËÑÇ¢éÍ 'Display the
following volume controls' ¤ÅÔ¡ OK.)
Q2
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1.
¤ÅÔ¡ Start > Control Panel > Network and Internet Connections
2.
ãμéËÑÇ¢éÍ See Also ¤ÅÔ¡ Phone and Modem Options
3.
ã¹á·çº Modems ãËéàÅ×Í¡âÁà´çÁ·Õèä´éμÔ´μÑé§äÇé áÅéǤÅÔ¡·Õè Properties
4.
ã¹á·çº Modem ¢Í§ÇÔ¹â´Çì Modem Properties ãËé¡àÅÔ¡¡ÒÃàÅ×Í¡àªç¤ºçÍ¡«ì 'Wait for dial tone before dialing'
5.
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1.
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2.
ãμéËÑÇ¢éÍ See Also ¤ÅÔ¡ Phone and Modem Options
3.
ã¹á·çº Dialing Rules ¤ÅÔ¡ Edit
4.
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áÅéǤÅÔ¡ OK
A2
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μÒÁáμèÅлÃÐà·È
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A
¡ÒÃÃѺῡ«ìàÁ×èÍÃкºÍÂÙèã¹âËÁ´»ÃÐËÂÑ´¾Åѧ§Ò¹ áÅÐÃкº»¯ÔºÑμÔ¡Ò÷Õèãªé¤×Í Windows XP ËÃ×Í 2000 ãËé¡Ó˹´
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1.
μéͧà»Ô´ãªé¿Ñ§¡ìªÑ¹ automatic fax reception ÊÓËÃѺâ»Ãá¡ÃÁá¿¡«ì (ÊÓËÃѺ¢éÍÁÙÅà¾ÔèÁàμÔÁ â»Ã´´Ù¨Ò¡¤ÙèÁ×ͧ͢
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¤ÅÔ¡ Start > Control Panel > Network and Internet Connections
3.
ãμéËÑÇ¢éÍ See Also ¤ÅÔ¡ Phone and Modem Options
4.
ã¹á·çº Modems ãËéàÅ×Í¡âÁà´çÁ·Õèä´éμÔ´μÑé§äÇé áÅéǤÅÔ¡·Õè Properties
5.
ã¹á·çº Power Management ¢Í§ÇÔ¹â´Çì Modem Properties ãËéàÅ×Í¡ÃÒ¡Òà "With this device, exit the computer from
stand-by mode" áÅéǤÅÔ¡ OK
¡ÒÃμÑ駤èÒ¢éÒ§μ鹪èÇÂãËéâÁà´çÁà»Ô´à¤Ã×èͧáÅéÇÃѺῡ«ìä´éàÁ×èÍÍÂÙèã¹âËÁ´»ÃÐËÂÑ´¾Åѧ§Ò¹
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<Wake On LAN> ¤×Ϳѧ¡ìªÑ¹·Õèà»Ô´¡Ò÷ӧҹ¢Í§à¤Ã×èͧ·ÕèÍÂÙèã¹âËÁ´»ÃÐËÂÑ´¾Åѧ§Ò¹ àÁ×èÍÁÕÊÑ−−Ò³ (àªè¹ ping ËÃ×Í
magic packet) ¨Ò¡à¹çμàÇÔÃì¡ (Ãкº LAN ẺãªéÊÒÂ)
¡ÒÃãªé¿Ñ§¡ìªÑ¹ <Wake On LAN>:
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àÅ×Í¡ My Network Places > View network connections ¨Ò¡à´Ê¡ì·Í»
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¤ÅÔ¡ Configure áÅéÇàÅ×Í¡á·çº Power Management àÅ×Í¡ ’Allow this device to bring the computer out of standby’
áÅéǤÅÔ¡ OK ºÙμà¤Ã×èͧ
- ËÒ¡à¤Ã×èͧ·ÕèÍÂÙèã¹âËÁ´»ÃÐËÂÑ´¾Åѧ§Ò¹à»Ô´·Ó§Ò¹àÁ×èÍäÁèÁÕÊÑ−−Ò³ã´æ ãËéãªéà¤Ã×èͧËÅѧ¡àÅÔ¡¡ÒÃãªé¿Ñ§¡ìªÑ¹ <Wake
On LAN>
- ¡ÒÃàª×èÍÁμèÍÊÒ LAN ¢³Ð·Õèãªé wireless LAN ÍÒ¨äÁèÊÒÁÒöãªé¿Ñ§¡ìªÑ¹ <Wake On LAN> ä´é ¡Ó˹´¤èҤ͹¿Ô¡
wireless LAN ãËéà»ç¹o ÕDisableÕ to use <Wake On LAN> function
1.
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2.
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Q2
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¡ÒÃàª×èÍÁμèÍ 10Mbps wired LAN »ÃÒ¡¯¢Öé¹
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Q1
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