Index. HP G62-340, G62-372US, G62-b00 Notebook PC series, PRESARIO CQ62-200SL, CQ62-410US, PRESARIO CQ62-a10ER, G62-219WM, CQ62-238DX

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Index. HP G62-340, G62-372US, G62-b00 Notebook PC series, PRESARIO CQ62-200SL, CQ62-410US, PRESARIO CQ62-a10ER, G62-219WM, CQ62-238DX | Manualzz

Index

Symbols/Numerics

1394 Power Saving 101

A

AC adapter light 55, 56

AC adapter light, identifying 6

AC adapter, connecting 51

AC adapter, identifying 11

AC adapter, testing 52

action key mode 101

action keys

identifying 5

media control 38

muting/restoring speaker

volume 37

volume down 36 volume mute 36 volume up 36

adjusting webcam properties 44

administrator password

creating 93 entering 93 managing 93

airport security devices 64

antennas 9

antivirus software 95

applications key, Windows 5

audio devices, connecting

external 40 audio features 40 audio functions, checking 40

audio-in (microphone) jack 37

audio-out (headphone) jack 36

AutoPlay 70

B

backing up customized window, toolbar,

and menu bar settings 108 personal files 108 templates 108

battery

calibrating 57 charging 55, 57

conserving power 60

discharging 56

disposing 61

inserting 54

low battery levels 56

recharging 59

removing 54

replacing 61

storing 60

battery bay 12

battery bay, identifying 8

Battery Check 53 battery power 53

battery release latch 54

battery release latch,

identifying 8

battery temperature 60

battery, identifying 11

bays

battery 8, 12

hard drive 8

BD

copying 71

playing 68

removing 73

BIOS, updating 103

Blu-ray ROM DVD±R/RW

SuperMulti DL Drive 66

Blu-ray ROM with LightScribe

DVD±R/RW SuperMulti DL

Drive 66

Bluetooth device 13, 19

Bluetooth label 12

boot options 101

112 Index

boot order 101 button sound 101

buttons

power 4

TouchPad 2

TouchPad off indicator 28

TouchPad right/left 28

C

cables

LAN 27

modem 23

security 96

USB 84

calibrating battery 57

caps lock light, identifying 3

Card Reader Power Saving 101

CD

burning 72

copying 71

playing 68

removing 73

CD drive 78

Certificate of Authenticity label 12

changing the language of Setup

Utility 98

charging batteries 55, 57

checking audio functions 40

compartments

memory module 8

components

additional hardware 11

bottom 8

display 9

left-side 7

right-side 6

top 2

connecting to a WLAN 18

connection, external power 51

connector, power 6

conservation, power 60

copyright warning 71

cord, power 11

corporate WLAN connection 18

country-specific modem cable

adapter 24

critical battery level 56

critical updates, software 96

CyberLink PowerDVD 39

D

device drivers

HP drivers 76

Windows drivers 77

Diagnostics menu 101

digital card

defined 86 inserting 86

removing 87 stopping 87

digital dual array microphone,

identifying 36

Digital Media Slot, identifying 7

Disk Cleanup software 79

Disk Defragmenter software 79

disk drive 78

disk performance 79

displaying system information 99

drive media 46

drives

boot order 101

caring for 64

DVD

burning 72

changing region setting 70

copying 71

playing 68

removing 73

DVD drive 78

DVD region settings 70

DVD±RW and CD-RW SuperMulti

DL Combo Drive 66

DVD±RW and CD-RW SuperMulti

DL Combo Drive with

LightScribe 66

E

earbuds 36

encryption 17

entering a power-on

password 94

entering an administrator

password 93

esc key, identifying 5

exiting Setup Utility 100

external audio devices,

connecting 40

external drive 78

external monitor port,

identifying 7

F

f11 111

fan always on 101

firewall 17

firewall software 95

fn key, identifying 5

full system recovery 106

G

graphics modes, switching 62

H

hard drive

installing 82

removing 80 replacing 80

hard drive bay, identifying 8

hard drive self test 101

HDMI

connecting 42

HDMI port 42

HDMI port, identifying 7

headphone (audio-out) jack 36 headphones 36

Hibernation

exiting 47

initiated during critical battery

level 56

initiating 47

high-definition devices,

connecting 42

hubs 84

I

icons

network 14, 21

wired network 14 wireless 14

integrated webcam light,

identifying 9 integrated webcam, identifying 9

interference, minimizing 22

internal digital dual array

microphone, identifying 36

internal microphones,

identifying 9

Internet connection setup 16

issues, resolving 20, 73

J

jacks

audio-in (microphone) 37

audio-out (headphone) 36

RJ-11 (modem) 6

RJ-45 (network) 7

K

keys

action 5 esc 5 fn 5

Windows applications 5

Windows logo 5

L

labels

Bluetooth 12

Microsoft Certificate of

Authenticity 12 modem approval 12 regulatory 12 service tag 12 wireless certification 12

WLAN 12

LAN Power Saving 101 language support 101

latch, battery release 8

lights

caps lock 3

optical drive 6 power 3, 6

TouchPad 2

TouchPad off indicator 28

webcam 9 webcam light 9

wireless 3

local area network (LAN)

cable required 27 connecting cable 27

Index 113

low battery level 56

M

Main menu 100

maintenance

Disk Cleanup 79

Disk Defragmenter 79

managing a power-on

password 94

managing an administrator

password 93

media activity action keys 38

memory

adding memory modules 88 replacing memory modules 88

upgrading memory

modules 88

memory module

adding 88

inserting 89 removing 89

replacing 88 upgrading 88

memory module compartment cover

removing 89

replacing 90

memory module compartment,

identifying 8

memory test 101

microphone, internal 36

Microsoft Certificate of Authenticity

label 12

minimizing interference 22

modem approval label 12

modem cable

connecting 23

country-specific cable

adapter 24

noise suppression circuitry 23

modem software

setting/adding location 24

travel connection problems 26

monitor port, external 7

mouse, external

setting preferences 31

multimedia components,

identifying 36

multimedia software 39 multimedia software, installing 39

N

navigating in Setup Utility 98

network cable

connecting 27 noise suppression circuitry 27

network icons 14, 21 network key 21

network security codes

network key 21

SSID 21

noise suppression circuitry

modem cable 23

network cable 27

O

operating system

Microsoft Certificate of

Authenticity label 12

Product Key 12

optical disc

playing 68

removing 73

optical drive

using 65

optical drive light, identifying 6

P

passwords

administrator 93

power-on 94

set in Setup Utility 92 set in Windows 92

performing a recovery 111

pointing devices

setting preferences 31

ports

external monitor 7

HDMI 7, 42

USB 6, 7, 84

power

connecting 51

conserving 60

power button, identifying 4

power connector, identifying 6

power cord, identifying 11

power light, identifying 3

power-on password

creating 94 entering 94 managing 94

Processor C6 State 101

Product Key 12

product name and number,

computer 12

programs, updating 105

public WLAN connection 18

R

readable media 46

recovering a program or

driver 106

recovering from the dedicated

recovery partition 111

recovering from the recovery

discs 111

recovery discs 106, 107

Recovery Manager 106, 111

recovery partition 106

recovery, system 111

region codes, DVD 70

regulatory information

modem approval label 12 regulatory label 12 wireless certification labels 12

restore points 110

restoring default settings 99

RJ-11 (modem) jack,

identifying 6

RJ-45 (network) jack,

identifying 7

S

secondary hard drive self

test 101

security

features 91

passwords 92

security cable 96

security cable slot, identifying 6

Security menu 100

security, wireless 17

selecting in Setup Utility 98

serial number, computer 12 service tag 12

setup of WLAN 16

Setup Utility, passwords set in 92

shutdown 63 shutting down 63

114 Index

Sleep

exiting 47 initiating 47

slots

Digital Media 7

memory module 8

security cable 6

software

antivirus 95

critical updates 96

Disk Cleanup 79

Disk Defragmenter 79

firewall 95

installing 39 multimedia 39

Windows Media Player 39

Wireless Assistant 15

solid-state drive (SSD) 106,

111

speakers 37

speakers, identifying 4

starting Setup Utility 97

storing battery 60

supported discs 107

switchable graphics 62

System Configuration menu 101

system failure or instability 106

system information 100

system recovery 111

system restore points 106, 110

T

temperature 60

TouchPad

buttons 2, 28

identifying 2

off indicator 28

TouchPad button, identifying 2

TouchPad off indicator,

identifying 28

TouchPad zone

identifying 28

traveling with the computer

modem approval label 12 wireless certification labels 12

troubleshooting

disc burning 75

disc play 74

drive and device driver

problems 73

DVD movie play 74

external display 75

HP device drivers 76

modem 26

optical disc tray 73

Windows device drivers 77

wireless connection

problems 20

turning off the computer 63

U

unresponsive system 63

USB cable, connecting 84

USB devices

connecting 84 description 84

removing 85

USB hubs 84

USB port, identifying 6, 7

USB ports, identifying 84

using Setup Utility 98

using system restore 110

V

vents, identifying 7, 8

video, using 41

Virtualization Technology 101

volume down action key 36 volume mute action key 36 volume up action key 36

volume, adjusting 37

W

webcam

adjusting properties 44 tips 44 using 44

webcam light 36

Windows applications key,

identifying 5

Windows logo key, identifying 5

Windows, passwords set in 92

wireless action key

locating 14 using 14

wireless antennas 9

Wireless Assistant software 14,

15

wireless certification label 12

wireless controls

button 14 operating system 14

Wireless Assistant

software 14

wireless devices, types 13

wireless icon 14 wireless light 14

wireless light, identifying 3

wireless network (WLAN)

connecting 18

corporate WLAN

connection 18

described 13

equipment needed 16

functional range 18 public WLAN connection 18

security 17

WLAN device 12

WLAN label 12

writable media 46

Index 115

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Key Features

  • Built-in wireless capabilities for easy Internet access
  • Comfortable keyboard and large touchpad for easy typing and navigation
  • Bright display for clear viewing of documents, web pages, and movies
  • Bluetooth wireless technology for connecting to other devices
  • Integrated webcam for video conferencing
  • Long battery life for extended use on the go

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Frequently Answers and Questions

How do I connect to a wireless network?
To connect to a wireless network, first make sure that the wireless switch is turned on. Then, click on the network icon in the taskbar and select the network you want to connect to. Enter the network security key if prompted.
How do I use the webcam?
To use the webcam, first make sure that it is turned on. Then, open a video conferencing application such as Skype or Google Hangouts. Select the webcam as the video input device and start your video call.
How do I extend the battery life of my laptop?
To extend the battery life of your laptop, you can do the following: - Adjust the power settings to conserve battery power. - Close any unnecessary programs or applications. - Reduce the screen brightness. - Turn off the wireless switch when not in use.
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