Toshiba 14.1 TFT XGA LCD MODULE - TECRA S1 (V00002008006) PC Notebook

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Toshiba Utilities

Toshiba HW Setup

To view items in a popup list, click the

Expand popup lists

check box.

Changing or removing existing key assignments

In the Fn-esse keyboard, click the key you wish to change with the secondary button.

Fn-esse displays the Assignment Type dialog box.

To change the key assignment, click

Direct...

or

Popup...

and continue as if you were creating a new assignment.

To remove the key assignment, click

Clear

.

Toshiba HW Setup

HW Setup is Toshiba’s hardware configuration management tool available through Windows. It lets you view general system settings and specify the pointing device, display, CPU cache, boot priority, keyboard, USB, LAN, password, device configuration and printer options for your computer. To set the IRQ, I/O Address, and DMA channel for communication ports, use the Windows Device Manager.

NOTE

If the supervisor password is set and you log onto the computer with the user password, you may not be able to access the HW Setup program.

Accessing Toshiba HW Setup

To access Toshiba HW Setup, double-click the

TOSHIBA

Console

icon on the desktop.

The TOSHIBA Console screen appears.

Click on the

TOSHIBA Hardware Settings

icon to open the

TOSHIBA HWSetup dialog box.

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Toshiba HW Setup

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Sample HW Setup

Toshiba HW Setup has the following tabs:

General — Shows the BIOS version

Password — Allows you to set the user password and an owner string

Device Config — Shows the Device configuration options

Parallel/Printer — Allows you to configure the parallel port default settings

Display — Allows you to change various default settings for the built-in LCD display

NOTE

When the computer restarts, it remembers the last configuration. If data does not appear on the display you are using after starting in Standby Mode, press

Fn

+

F5

.

CPU — Allows you to enable or disable accessing the processor’s serial number

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Toshiba HW Setup

Dynamically Switchable

—This mode is the default setting for your computer, and automatically changes the processing frequency and decreases voltage depending on the power source:

AC Power—If your computer is connected to the AC adapter, the CPU frequency mode is set to high for faster processing.

Battery Power—If your computer is running on battery power, the CPU frequency mode is set to low, for slower processing. Switching the CPU to low allows you to conserve power and extend the operating time of your battery.

Always High

—Sets the CPU speed to high when using either the battery or the AC adapter.

Always Low

—Sets the CPU speed to low when using either the battery or the AC adapter.

By changing any of the options that appear in the dialog boxes and clicking Apply, you can reconfigure that function.

Any options that you change will not take effect until after you restart your system.

Boot Priority — Allows you to change the sequence in which your computer searches the various drives for the operating system

Keyboard — Allows you to enable/disable the Wake-on-

Keyboard function

USB — Allows you to enable or disable USB Legacy

Emulation

LAN—Allows you to set networking functions

By changing any of the options that appear in the dialog boxes and clicking Apply, you can reconfigure that function.

Any options that you change will become default settings when you restart your system.

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