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Q1458 / Q1580 Notebook User's Manual
Original Issue: 2009/09
This manual guides you in setting up and using your new Notebook PC. Information in the manual has been carefully checked for
accuracy and is subject to change without notice.
No part of this manual may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic,
mechanical, photocopy, recording, or otherwise, without prior written consent.
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Microsoft®, MS-DOS, Windows®, and Windows® Sound System are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
Intel®, Centrino™, Centrino Duo™, Pentium® M, Banias, Calexico are registered trademarks of Intel Corporation.
Sound Blaster, Sound Blaster Pro are trademarks of Creative Technology.
All other brands or product names mentioned in this manual are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
Safety Instructions
Use the following safety guidelines to help protect yourself and
your notebook.
When Using Your Q1458 / Q1580 Notebook Computer
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CAUTION: Do not operate your portable computer for an
extended period of time with the base resting directly on your
body. With extended operation, heat can build up in the base.
Allowing sustained contact with the skin can cause
discomfort or a burn.
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extremely high temperature and may cause burns to your skin.
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that the cable is not located where it can be tripped over or stepped
on.
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the AC adapter in a ventilated area, like on a desktop or on the
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may prevent ventilation. Also, do not use the AC adapter while it is
inside a carrying case.
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notebook manufacturer. Using other types of battery or AC adapter
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the voltage rating of the AC adapter matches that of the available
power source.
- 115 V/60 Hz in most of North and South America and some Far
Eastern countries such as South Korea.
- 100 V/50 Hz in eastern Japan and 100 V/60Hz in western Japan.
- 230 V/50 Hz in most of Europe, the Middle East, and the Far East.
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on its connector or on its strain relief loop, and not on the power
cord itself. As you pull out the connector, please ensure that it is
pulled out evenly in order not to bend its connecting pins. Also, before you connect the power cord, make sure that both connectors
are correctly oriented and aligned.
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power source, and remove the battery.
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(such as the memory module).
When using your telephone equipments, safety instructions
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shock or injuries, these instructions include:
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WARNING: Void of Warranty
* If the battery is not properly handled, there may be a risk of
explosion; make sure you are using the same or compatible
battery.
* Please discard used batteries according to the instructions given
by the manufacturer.
* Please be aware that use of cracked, severely scratched or poor
quality discs may damage the optical drive and corrupt data in
the disc. Such discs may break while drive operates in highspeed, in this case, your product warranty may be voided.
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put your notebook through an X-ray security machine, but never
put your notebook through a metal detector. If you have your notebook checked by hand, be sure to have a charged battery ready in
case you are asked to turn on your notebook.
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wrap the drive in an insulated material, such as cloth or paper. If
you have the drive checked by hand, you may be asked to install
the drive into your notebook. Your can have the hard drive checked
through an X-ray machine, but never put the drive through a metal
detector.
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notebook or subject it to other mechanical shocks.
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hazards such as dirt, dust, food, liquids, extreme temperature, and
direct exposure to sunlight.
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substantial difference of temperature or humidity level, condensation may form on or within your notebook. To avoid damaging your
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before continue using.
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Regulatory Notices
Federal Communications Commission Notice
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits
for a Class B digital service, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation.
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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:
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from that to which the receiver is connected.
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for help.
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shielded.
For cables connecting to PCMCIA cards, see the option
manual or installation instructions.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
PART 68 Warning
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC Rules. On the
bottom of the computer is a label that contains, among other information, the FCC Registration Number and Ringer Equivalence
Number (REN) for this equipment. You must, upon request, provide
this information to your telephone company.
FCC Part 68 Registration Number: 6CTTAI - 25876 - FB - E
REN: 0.8B
The REN is useful to determine the quantity of devices you may
connect to your telephone and still have those devices ring when
your number is called. In most, but not all areas, the sum of the
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the number of devices you may connect to your line, as determined
by the REN, you should call your local telephone company to determine the maximum REN for your calling area.
If your MODEM causes harm to the telephone network, the local
Telephone Company may discontinue your service temporarily. If
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be informed of your right to file a complaint with the FCC.
Your telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations, or procedures that could affect the proper functioning for your equipment. I they do, you will be notified in advance
to give you an opportunity to maintain an uninterrupted telephone
service.
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CE Notice (European Union)
indicates this Q1458 / Q1580 notebook computer
This symbol
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Voltage Directive. This symbol also indicates that W451U meets the
following technical standards:
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‡ Class A governs commercial use
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BSMI Notice (Taiwan Only)
Most notebook computers are classified by the Bureau of Standards, Meteorology and Inspection (BSMI) as Class B information
technology equipment (ITE).
CCC Notice (China Only)
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On Class A systems, the following warning will appear near the
regulation label:
Warning: This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment, this
product may cause radio interference, in which case users may be
required to take adequate measures.
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Preface
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Congratulations on your purchase of a Notebook computer! Your
new notebook features the most innovative features in portable
computing technology. It combines state-of-the-art ergonomics with
sophisticated architecture, providing you with a personal computer
that is compact, powerful, and easy to use. Designed for a wide
range of general, business, and personal productivity applications,
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on the road.
This Manual contains all the information you need to set up and
use your notebook computer, It describes all of its features in a
thorough yet easy-to-read manner.
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Content
Safety instructions ......................................................................... I
Regulatory Notices ........................................................................ III
Preface .......................................................................................... V
Chapter 2 Connecting Peripherals
2.1 Using the USB Port ...............................................................15
2.2 Connecting to an External Monitor via the D-sub Port .........15
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2.4 Using the Modem Port ..........................................................16
2.5 Using the e-SATA Port ........................................................17
2.6 PCI Express card/Newcard ...................................................17
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Chapter 1 Operating Basics
1.1 Using the Battery Pack .........................................................02
1.2 Connecting the AC Adapter ..................................................
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1.4 Installing Q1458 / Q1580 Device Drivers ..............................04
1.5 Using the Power button ........................................................04
1.6 Keyboad Functions ...............................................................05
1.7 Using the Touchpad ..............................................................08
1.8 Storage .................................................................................09
1.9 Inroducing the Camera .........................................................10
1.10 Graphics Display ...................................................................10
1.11 Protecting Your Q1458 / Q1580 Notebook Computer ..........12
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2.8 MS/ MS PRO/MS DUO/MMC/SD Cards ...............................18
2.9 Using your Bluetooth (optional) and Wireless devices. ........19
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Chapter 1 Operating Basics
English
This chapter will show you how to operate your Q1458 / Q1580
notebook computer, including connecting the AC adaptor, turning
the computer on/off, using touch-pad, keyboard, hot keys, battery,
and so on. If you are new to computers and to the operating
system, this chapter will guide you through some of the new
exciting features.
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1.1 Using the Battery Pack
Q1458 / Q1580 notebook computer is designed to operate with one
of the following power sources:
‡ AC power
(using the AC adapter connected to an electrical outlet)
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You should use the AC adapter whenever possible; use the battery
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Ion battery pack allows you to operate your notebook computer
without an external power source. When you use the AC adapter
to connect your notebook to a power outlet, the internal battery will
begin to recharge. While the battery is charging, the Battery Charge
icon on the indicator panel will be on. Once the battery is fully
charged, the Battery Charge icon will turn off. Quick charging time
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charged completely before using it (i.e., before disconnecting AC
power). Calibrating the battery before use is also highly recommended.
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ŹReplacing the BatteryŻ
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battery capacity.
To change the battery pack, follow the steps below:
1. Turn off the computer.
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until the battery is removed.
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inserting it into the battery compartment.
Note: The battery can not be charged to 100% when remaining
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and to extend charging frequency and battery life.
ŹMaintenance of the AC AdapterŻ
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plugged onto the cord do not exceed its total capacity. Furthermore, the devices plugged into the electrical outlet shall not exceed
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to the power outlet. If you are uncertain of its power specification,
please consult with your local vendors or power company for more
details.
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1.2 Connecting the AC Adapter
The AC adapter converts AC power to DC power and reduces the
voltage supplied to the computer. It can automatically adjust to any
voltage from 100 to 240 volts and outputs power at 19V, 4.74A for
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any region.
1.3 Turning Your Notebook On and Off
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If you are not going to use your notebook computer for a while,
it is best to turn off its power. Before turning off power, close all
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To properly connect the adapter, follow the steps as below:
After turning off your notebook computer, make it a habit to leave
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extended period of time. This allows the interior of your notebook
computer to cool off. Closing the panel will force the heat up
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period of time when the computer is on or when the power saving
function is disabled.
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1. Connect the power cord to the AC adapter.
2. Connect the AC adapter to the DC power port of your computer.
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ŹSuspend modeŻ
You can adjust default power management settings in the Power
Option/Advanced dialog box. The Power Options dialog box
provides several operating functions after your computer has been
idle for a while.
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ŹTurning on the powerŻ
Open the notebook lid, press and hold the power button for one or
two seconds. The power indicator will glow blue once the computer
is powered on.
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1.4 Installing Q1458 / Q1580 Device Drivers
1.5 Using the Power button
If your Q1458 / Q1580 Notebook Computer already has an
operating system installed, it is best to install all necessary device
drivers in order for he hardware to properly function.
Before installing drivers, check with your vendors to see if they
have already installed all the drivers with the operating system, if
not, please follow the steps below:
The power button located on the top side allow you to power on.
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2. Put the CD into the CD R-W or DVD-RW (optional) Drive. An
Auto Run installation screen will appear.
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1.6 Keyboad Functions
Q1458 / Q1580 notebook computer is equipped with a standard
typewriter-layout keyboard and has extra features.
Basic Keypad
Keypad
<Tab> key. Press this key to move the cursor to the
next tab on the right. This key works much the same
way as on an ordinary typewriter.
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Function Desription
<Enter> key. Execute a command. Within many text
editing programs, the <Enter> key inserts a hard carriage
return, just like what an ordinary typewriter does.
<Esc> key. Press this key to cancel or escape from a
command or function.
<Ins> key. Known as the Insert key. Press this key to
change from insert to type over mode.
<Fn>+<PrtSc> key. Known as the Print Screen key.
Press this key to map the whole screen to share memory
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<Del> key. Known as the Delete key. Press this key to
delete the character to the right of the cursor, or delete
marked texts or items.
<Pause> key. Press this key to temporarily halt execution
of a command. Pressing any other keys to resume
execution of a command.
<Shift> key. Press this key in combination with letters
to produce uppercase letters in typing. Use this key
in combination with those two-character keys (found
on the second row of the keyboard) to produce the
upper marked keys. Also used in most programs
in combination with other keys to execute a certain
command.
<Ctrl> key. Known as the Control key. Used in most
programs in combination with other keys to execute a
command.
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<Alt> key. Known as the Alternate key. Used in most
programs in combination with other keys to execute a
command.
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screen without having to move the cursor. The keys are
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activate uppercase letters.
Special Function Keys
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Up arrow key. Moves the cursor up one line at a time.
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Down arrow key. Moves the cursor down one line at a
time.
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a time.
Right arrow key. Moves the cursor to the right one space
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screen or line.
<PgUp> key. Moves the cursor up one screen at a time.
<PgDn> key. Moves the cursor down one screen at a
time.
<End> key. Moves the cursor to the end of a screen or a
line.
The embedded numeric keypad functions like the one on a desktop
keyboard. It is indicated by small characters located on the upper
left-hand corner of the keycaps.
Desired Access
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Number keys on
embedded keypad
Type numbers in a
normal manner
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Note: If an external keyboard or keypad is connected to your
notebook computer, the Numlock automatically shifts from an
internal keyboard to the external keyboard or keypad.
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ŹWindows KeysŻ
+[F1]
Description
Opens help and support
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Explores my computer
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Finds document
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Minimizes all
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+ Tab
Displays run dialog box
Activates next taskbar button
ŹFn KeysŻ
By pressing the Fn key with other keys, it can simulate all keyboard
functions of a regular desktop keyboard.
[Fn]+[F1]
[Fn]+[F2]
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[Fn]+[Esc]
Suspend switch
Activate or deactivate wireless functions
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Increase screen brightness
Decrease screen brightness
Audio mute
Decrease audio volume
Increase audio volume
Play or pause media player
Stop media player
Media player skip backward
Media player skip forward
Enable or disable Bluetooth function
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you can input letters, numbers, punctuation marks, and special
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1.7 Using the Touchpad
The Touchpad is a pressure-sensitive pointing device that provides
all of the features of a two-button mouse; its primary function is to
move the cursor around the screen.
Touchpad
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4. Slide the tray back until it clicks shut.
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capacity 2.5 inch IDE hard disk drive where you store or install
your computer operating system as well as software programs. The
internal hard disk is normally assigned as Drive C after formatting.
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DVD Super Multi
The optical drive is normally used for installing operating system
and software programs. To insert and remove a disc from the drive:
1. Press the button on the front of the drive to eject the disc tray
and gently pull out the tray.
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disc clicks into place.
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the standard hard disk drive with a drive of a greater capacity.
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hard drive. Failure to do so will damage the computer and the
hard disk. Avoid jarring or moving your computer while the
hard disk is still being accessed.
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1.9 Inroducing the camera
Your Q1458 / Q1580 notebook computer comes with a built-in camera.With this camera, you can conduct videoconferences with your
friends or colleagues whenever and wherever as if they are right in
front of you. It also works as a digital camera (with a resolution up to
2.0 Megapixel) that you can use to take snapshots instantly.
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Graphics Display
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the Primary display. The video display hot keys are available. You
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Computer
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software security locks to protect your computer.
Using a security lock:
A security lock notch can be found on the right side of the computer. This notch allows you to connect a Kensington-compatible
security lock to it.
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Using a system protecing:
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before the Windows splash screen appears. If your computer is
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enter the setup utility.
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while entering your password, you can always press Esc to start
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and enter Setup right after turning it back on.
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Chapter 2 Connecting Peripherals
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This chapter will show you step-by-step how to connect your
peripherals to the Q1458 / Q1580 notebook computer.
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mouse, digital cameras, scanners, printers, optical disk drive,
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a hub or as an external workstation.
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1. Turn off your Q1458 / Q1580 notebook and make sure the
monitor power switch is turned off.
2. Connect the connector cable of the monitor to the D-sub port
on the left side of your notebook. Secure the cable connection
with the screws provided.
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and the monitor screen will show the display. Your notebook is
set at default to run at simultaneous display mode.
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2.2 Connecting to an External Monitor via the D-sub Port
The notebook comes with a D-sub port for you to connect to an
external monitor. To connect an external monitor, please follow the
steps below:
2.3 Using the LAN Port
2.4 Using the Modem Port
1. Connect one end of the cable into the network wall outlet or the
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2.5 Using the e-SATA Port
2.6 PCI Express card/Newcard
With the built-in e-SATA port, you can connect your e-SATAcompatible peripherals for data backup. The Windows operating
system will automatically recognize the device and install
appropriate driver(s) for it. Yet it is still recommended to install
the drivers that came with your peripherals. For more information,
please refer to your hardware manuals.
The PCI Express card (or Newcard) slot can be used as an
interface between your computer and a variety of communication
devices, such as network adapters, fax/modems or external
storage devices.
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button, then press the eject button again to release the card.
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connector is inserted into the card slot.
2. Insert the card into the slot. You will feel some resistance as the
card reaches to the end.
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allow the operating system to use the device. Your Windows
operating system should already contain the driver for your
device, if not, you will be prompted to install the driver.
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2.9 Using your Bluetooth (optional) and Wireless
devices.
Your Q1458 / Q1580 computer supports both Bluetooth and WiFi compatible devices. You can press Fn+Esc to enable or disable
Bluetooth function only and press Fn+F2 to turn on/off wireless
function only.
****For how to connect your Bluetooth and wireless device to your
computer, please refer to the manual from your hardware
manufacturers.****
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Chapter 3 Troubleshooting
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In this chapter, we will list some frequently encountered technical
problems and tell you how to resolve them.
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3.1 Frequently Asked Questions
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and I have to constantly hit a key or move the mouse to bring
back the screen. What can I do?
the volume bar.
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computer?
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defragmenting hard disk so that files can be more efficiently
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can I increase its volume?
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under Device volume, adjust your speaker volume by controlling
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Double click on the Speaker icon on the task bar. Then, under
Microphone Balance, check the Mute box.
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computer down from Windows, I pressed the power button to
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power off?
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is out of use for some time?
After your notebook computer has not been used for a long
time (for example: more than one month), the battery will enter
into low voltage protection mode. Under this circumstance,
restoring to normal voltage will require the battery to be slowly
charged for several hours. Once the battery has been fully
charged, your computer will resume to normal operation.
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If your computer is without power (i.e. unplug the computer
power source from the power outlet and remove the battery
pack from it) for over 45 days, you would lose the information
stored in CMOS.
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settings:
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icon, your device does not support safe removal, and you
cannot unplug or eject your device using Safe Removal.
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device that you want to unplug or eject, and then click Stop.
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without first using the Safe Removal application to warn the
system can cause data to be lost or your system to become
unstable. For example, if a device is unplugged during a data
transfer, data loss is likely. If you use Safe Removal, however,
you can warn the system before you unplug or eject a device,
preventing possible loss of data.
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For removable storage devices that can safely be removed
while the system is on, the system disables write caching by
default. It does this so the devices can be removed without loss
of data. When write caching is disable, however, the system
will likely experience slower performance, so be sure to enable
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Appendix C Service Centers
English
This appendix will list our service centers for your Q1458 / Q1580
notebook computer.
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Taiwan GIGABYTE Service Center
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Guangzhou
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WEB Address (English): http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/
WEB Address (Chinese): http://www.gigabyte.tw/
Shanhai
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U.S.A.
Xian
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G.B.T. INC.
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Germany
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Shenzhen
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Ninbo
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Beijing
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