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    AMILO

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    Are there ...

    ... any technical problems or other questions which you would like to be clarified?
    Please contact:
    your sales partner
    your sales outlet

    ·
    ·

    Further information can be found in the "Safety and Warranty" manual.
    The latest information on our products, tips, updates, etc., can be found on the internet under:
    http://www.fujitsu-siemens.com



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    Dieses Handbuch wurde auf Recycling-Papier gedruckt.
    This manual has been printed on recycled paper.
    Ce manuel est imprimé sur du papier recyclé.
    Este manual ha sido impreso sobre papel reciclado.
    Questo manuale è stato stampato su carta da riciclaggio.
    Denna handbok är tryckt på recyclingpapper.
    Dit handboek werd op recycling-papier gedrukt.
    Herausgegeben von/Published by
    Fujitsu Siemens Computers GmbH
    Bestell-Nr./Order No.: 440 N00052
    Printed in the Federal Republic of Germany
    AG 0402 04/02

    440 N00052

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    EASYGUIDE



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    Introduction
    Index
    Important notes

    D Series

    Preparing the notebook
    for use

    Working with the
    notebook

    Security functions

    Operating Manual
    Connecting external
    devices

    Settings in BIOS Setup

    Troubleshooting and tips

    Memory expansion

    Technical data

    April 2002 edition



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    Microsoft, MS, MS-DOS, Windows, and Windows NT are registered trademarks of Microsoft
    Corporation.
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    Offenders will be liable for damages.
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    are reserved.
    Delivery subject to availability. Right of technical modification reserved.
    This manual was produced by
    cognitas. Gesellschaft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH
    www.cognitas.de



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    Contents
    Introduction .....................................................................................................................................1
    Notational conventions ......................................................................................................................2
    Important notes ...............................................................................................................................3
    Safety ................................................................................................................................................3
    Notes on installing and removing boards and modules ..............................................................4
    Manufacturer’s notes .........................................................................................................................5
    Copyright-protected technology .................................................................................................5
    Energy saving............................................................................................................................5
    Disposal and recycling...............................................................................................................5
    CE marking........................................................................................................................................5
    Battery storage ..................................................................................................................................6
    Transporting the notebook .................................................................................................................6
    Before you travel .......................................................................................................................6
    Transporting the notebook .........................................................................................................6
    Cleaning the notebook.......................................................................................................................7
    Preparing the notebook for use......................................................................................................9
    Unpacking and checking the delivery.................................................................................................9
    Selecting a location ...........................................................................................................................9
    Connecting the power adapter .........................................................................................................10
    Working with the notebook...........................................................................................................11
    Views...............................................................................................................................................11
    Interior view .............................................................................................................................11
    Front ........................................................................................................................................12
    Right side panel .......................................................................................................................12
    Left side panel .........................................................................................................................12
    Back panel...............................................................................................................................13
    Under side ...............................................................................................................................13
    Switching the notebook on and off ...................................................................................................14
    Switching the notebook on.......................................................................................................14
    Switching the notebook off.......................................................................................................14
    Indicators.........................................................................................................................................15
    Keyboard .........................................................................................................................................16
    Numeric keypad.......................................................................................................................18
    Key combinations ....................................................................................................................18
    Easy Launch....................................................................................................................................20
    Easy Launch keys ...................................................................................................................20
    Touchpad and touchpad buttons......................................................................................................21
    LCD display panel ...........................................................................................................................22
    Battery.............................................................................................................................................23
    Charging, caring for and maintaining the battery......................................................................23
    Inserting and removing the battery...........................................................................................24
    Using the power-management features ...........................................................................................25
    PC cards..........................................................................................................................................26
    Installing a PC card..................................................................................................................26
    Removing a PC card................................................................................................................27
    Hard disk .........................................................................................................................................27
    Optical drive ....................................................................................................................................27
    Inserting or removing a CD/DVD..............................................................................................28
    Floppy Disk Drive ............................................................................................................................28
    Working with floppy disks ........................................................................................................29

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    Contents

    Audio: Setting volume ..................................................................................................................... 30
    Integrated 56k modem .................................................................................................................... 30
    Connecting notebook modem to telephone connection ........................................................... 31
    Ethernet and LAN............................................................................................................................ 31
    Security functions......................................................................................................................... 33
    Overview of all security functions .................................................................................................... 33
    Kensington Lock...................................................................................................................... 33
    BIOS password protection....................................................................................................... 33
    Brief overview of the security functions ........................................................................................... 34
    Using Kensington Lock ................................................................................................................... 34
    Configuring password protection in BIOS Setup.............................................................................. 34
    Setting passwords........................................................................................................................... 34
    Setting and changing a password............................................................................................ 35
    Deleting a password................................................................................................................ 36
    Connecting external devices........................................................................................................ 37
    Connecting an external monitor....................................................................................................... 38
    Connecting an external PS/2 mouse or keyboard ........................................................................... 38
    Using the parallel port ..................................................................................................................... 38
    Connecting USB devices ................................................................................................................ 39
    Connecting external audio devices.................................................................................................. 39
    Connecting external device to S-Video Out..................................................................................... 40
    Connecting external devices to IEEE1394 (FireWire)...................................................................... 40
    Establishing an infrared connection................................................................................................. 41
    Settings in BIOS Setup ................................................................................................................. 43
    Start BIOS Setup ............................................................................................................................ 43
    Operating BIOS Setup .................................................................................................................... 44
    Load Default Settings...................................................................................................................... 44
    Exiting BIOS-Setup ......................................................................................................................... 44
    Troubleshooting and tips ............................................................................................................. 47
    Restoring the hard disk contents under Windows.................................................................... 47
    The notebook's date or time is incorrect .................................................................................. 47
    The LCD display panel of the notebook remains blank............................................................ 47
    The LCD display panel is difficult to read ................................................................................ 48
    The external monitor stays blank............................................................................................. 48
    The external monitor is blank or the image is unstable (under Windows) ................................ 48
    The notebook cannot be started.............................................................................................. 49
    The notebook stops working.................................................................................................... 49
    The mouse does not work ....................................................................................................... 50
    The floppy disk cannot be written ............................................................................................ 50
    The printer does not print ........................................................................................................ 50
    Acoustic warnings ................................................................................................................... 50
    System configuration contains invalid data.............................................................................. 50
    Error messages on the screen ................................................................................................ 51
    Memory expansion........................................................................................................................ 55
    Installing memory modules...................................................................................................... 55
    Technical data ............................................................................................................................... 57
    Notebook ........................................................................................................................................ 57
    Battery ............................................................................................................................................ 59
    Power adapter................................................................................................................................. 59
    Index .............................................................................................................................................. 61

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    Introduction
    Innovative technology and ergonomic design make your AMILO the ideal user-friendly and reliable
    notebook. Your operating system is preinstalled on the hard disk and optimally configured to
    facilitate the procedure when you use your AMILO for the first time.
    The main memory of your notebook can be expanded to 128 -1024 Mbyte using a 64, 128, or
    256 Mbyte memory module. Your notebook is also equipped with a 3 1/2-inch disk drive. Depending
    on the model, your notebook is delivered with a CD-ROM drive, a CD-RW drive, a DVD-ROM drive
    or a combo drive (CD-RW/DVD). A PC card slot (CardBus or PCMCIA) enables the notebook to
    operate two type II PC cards or one type III PC card. Your notebook is equipped with an internal
    modem. In addition, your notebook is equipped with a S Video Out socket to connect to a television.
    You can connect external devices such as digital audio/video devices or other high-speed devices to
    IEEE1394 (FireWire).
    For mouse control, the notebook has a touchpad.
    An infrared port is available for wireless data communications with other devices.
    Your notebook has connectors for external devices such as an external monitor, a printer, and a
    mouse. The ECP capable parallel port is designed for fast bi-directional data transfer. You can
    connect peripheral devices such as a scanner, loudspeakers, gamepads, keyboard, or mouse via
    the two USB ports.
    An audio controller and two internal loudspeakers provide your AMILO with an audio capability. You
    can also connect an external microphone and an external loudspeaker. Furthermore a digital audio
    output (SPDIF) is provided.
    The system settings of the notebook can be configured via the user-friendly BIOS Setup programme.
    Certain system settings (e.g. screen display, energy saving functions) can be modified via various
    key combinations while you are using the notebook.
    Your AMILO has a number of security features to ensure that no unauthorised person can access
    your data. For example, you can activate a screen saver with password protection. The security
    functions in the BIOS Setup also allow you to protect your data by means of passwords.
    This operating manual tells you how to put your AMILO into operation, and how to operate it in daily
    use.
    Further information about your AMILO can be found:

    ·
    ·
    ·

    in the "Safety and Warranty" manual
    in your operating system documentation
    in the information files (e.g. *.TXT, *.DOC, *.WRI, *.HLP)

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    Introduction

    Notational conventions

    Notational conventions
    The following symbols are used in this manual:

    !

    Indicates information which is important for your health or for preventing
    physical damage. Failure to follow the instructions may lead to loss of data,
    invalidate your warranty, destroy the notebook, or endanger your life.

    i

    Indicates important information which is required to use the system
    properly.

    Ê

    Text which follows this symbol describes activities that must be performed
    in the order shown.

    This font

    indicates screen outputs.

    This font

    indicates programme names, commands, or menu items.

    "Quotation marks"

    indicate names of chapters, data carriers, and terms that are being
    emphasised.

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    Important notes
    Here you will find essential safety information regarding your notebook. In addition, the
    manufacturer's notes contain helpful information about your notebook.

    Safety
    Pay attention to the information provided in the manual "Safety and Warranty" and in the
    following security notes.

    !

    Observe the sections in the manual marked with the symbol on the left.

    ·

    When connecting and disconnecting cables, observe the relevant notes in this operating
    manual.

    ·

    Only use batteries designed for this notebook.
    Do not store batteries for longer periods in the notebook.
    Take care not to drop the batteries or otherwise damage their casing (fire risk).
    If the rechargeable batteries are defective, they must not be used.
    Do not touch the contacts of the batteries.
    Never interconnect the positive and negative terminals of a battery.
    Used batteries must be disposed of in accordance with local regulations (special waste).

    ·

    If a lithium battery (button cell) is installed in the notebook for real-time buffering, please note
    that:
    The lithium battery may only be replaced by authorised, specially trained personnel. Incorrect
    handling may lead to a risk of explosion.
    The lithium battery may be replaced only with an identical battery or with a type recommended
    by the manufacturer.
    The lithium battery must be disposed of in accordance with local regulations concerning special
    waste.

    ·

    All batteries containing pollutants are marked with one of the two symbols below (crossed-out
    garbage can).

    In addition, the marking is provided with the chemical symbol of the heavy metal decisive for
    the classification as a pollutant.
    Cd
    Hg
    Pb

    ·

    Cadmium
    Mercury
    Lead

    During installation and before operating the device, please observe the instructions on
    environmental conditions in the chapter entitled "Technical data" as well as the instructions in
    the chapter "Preparing the notebook for use".

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    Important notes

    Safety

    ·

    When cleaning the device, please observe the relevant notes in the paragraph "Cleaning the
    notebook".

    ·

    Keep this operating manual together with your device.
    If you pass on the device to third parties, you should include this manual.

    This notebook complies with the relevant safety regulations for data processing equipment. If you
    have questions as to whether you can set up the notebook in the intended environment, please
    contact your sales point or our Hotline/Help Desk.

    Notes on installing and removing boards and modules

    !

    Only qualified technicians should repair the device. Unauthorised opening or incorrect
    repair may greatly endanger the user (electric shock, fire risk).

    Boards with electrostatic sensitive devices (ESD) are identifiable by the label shown.

    When you handle boards fitted with ESDs, you must, under all circumstances, observe the following
    points:

    ·

    ·
    ·

    You must statically discharge yourself before working with boards (e.g. by touching a grounded
    object).
    The equipment and tools you use must be free of static charges.
    Remove the power plug from the mains supply before inserting or removing boards containing
    ESDs.
    Always hold boards with ESDs by their edges.
    Never touch pins or conductors on boards fitted with ESDs.

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    Manufacturer’s notes

    Important notes

    Manufacturer’s notes
    Copyright-protected technology
    This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by method claims of
    certain U. S. patents and other intellectual property rights owned by Macrovision Corporation and
    other rights owners. Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorised by Macrovision
    Corporation, and is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise
    authorised by Macrovision Corporation. Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.

    Energy saving
    If you will not be using your notebook, switch it off.
    Make use of the device's energy saving functions (see "Working with the notebook"). The notebook
    uses less power when the power management features are enabled. You will then be able to work
    for longer before having to recharge the battery.
    Energy saving under Windows
    If a monitor with energy saving features is connected to your notebook, you can use the Screen Saver
    tab to activate the energy saving features of the monitor. Select the following item in the start menu:
    Settings - Control Panel - Display - Display Properties - Screen Saver - Energy saving functions for the
    display. You can set additional energy saving functions in the start menu by selecting the following
    item: Settings - Control Panel - Energy - Extended.

    i

    There is no need for a screen saver for the LCD panel since the LCD screen is turned off
    via the energy saving functions.

    Disposal and recycling
    This device has been manufactured to the highest possible degree from materials which can be
    recycled or disposed of in a manner that is not environmentally damaging. The device may be taken
    back after use to be recycled, provided that it is returned in a condition that is the result of normal
    use. Any components not reclaimed will be disposed of in an environmentally acceptable manner.
    If you have any questions on disposal, please contact your local office, our Hotline/Help Desk, or:
    Fujitsu Siemens Computers GmbH
    Recyclingcenter
    D-33106 Paderborn
    Tel: +49 5251 81 80 10
    Fax: +49 5251 81 80 15

    CE marking
    The shipped version of this device complies with the requirements of the EEC directives
    89/336/EEC "Electromagnetic compatibility" and 73/23/EEC "Low voltage directive".

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    Important notes

    Battery storage

    Battery storage

    i

    If you do not use the batteries for long periods, remove them from the notebook. Never
    store the batteries in the unit.

    Store the battery when it is half full or two-thirds full. The battery should be stored in a dry area at a
    temperature between 0°C and +30°C. The lower the temperature at which the batteries are stored,
    the lower is the rate of self-discharge.

    Transporting the notebook
    Please observe the points listed below when transporting your notebook.

    Before you travel
    ·
    ·

    Back up important data stored on your hard disk.

    ·

    If you are travelling abroad, ensure that the power adapter can be operated with the local
    mains voltage. If this is not the case, obtain the appropriate power adapter for your notebook.
    Do not use any other voltage converter!

    If you wish to use your notebook during a flight, first check with the flight attendants if it is
    permissible to do so.

    i

    If you travel in another country, check whether the local power supply and the
    specifications of the power cable are compatible. If this is not the case, buy a power cable
    that matches the local conditions. Do not use a connection adapter for electrical devices
    to connect the notebook.
    If you use a modem, incompatibilities with the local telecommunications system may
    result.

    Transporting the notebook
    ·
    ·
    ·
    ·
    ·
    ·

    Remove all data carriers (e.g. floppy disk, CD) from the drives.

    ·

    To protect against damaging jolts and bumps, use a notebook carrying case to transport your
    notebook.

    ·

    Protect the notebook from severe shocks and extreme temperatures (e.g. direct sunlight in a
    car).

    6

    Switch the notebook off.
    Unplug the power adapter and all external devices from the mains outlet.
    Disconnect the power adapter cable and the data cables for all external devices.
    Close the LCD screen so that it locks into place.
    If the notebook needs to be shipped, use the original packaging or other suitable packaging to
    protect it from damage caused by mishandling.

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    Cleaning the notebook

    Important notes

    Cleaning the notebook
    Ê
    Ê
    Ê

    Switch the notebook off.
    Pull the power plug of the network adapter out of the mains outlet.
    Remove the battery.

    !

    Do not clean any interior parts yourself; leave this job to a service technician.
    Do not use any cleaning agents that contain abrasives or may corrode plastic.
    Ensure that no liquid enters the notebook.

    Wipe the casing with a dry cloth.
    If particularly dirty, use a cloth which has been moistened in mild domestic detergent and then
    carefully wrung out.
    To clean the keyboard and the touchpad, you can use disinfectant wipes.

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    Preparing the notebook for use
    !

    Please read the chapter "Important notes".

    Before you can work with your notebook, you need to charge the battery and install and configure
    the delivered software. The operating system and drivers required are preinstalled.
    Upon delivery, the battery can be found in the battery compartment. You need to charge the battery
    if you want to operate your notebook with a rechargeable battery.
    When not plugged into a mains outlet, the notebook runs on its built-in battery. You can increase the
    battery's life by enabling the system's energy saving functions.
    If you use the notebook in a normal office situation, run it from the mains using the power adapter.
    Please see the chapter "Connecting external devices" for instructions on how to connect devices
    such as a mouse and a printer to the notebook.

    Unpacking and checking the delivery
    Ê
    Ê
    Ê

    Unpack all the individual parts.
    Check the delivery for damage incurred during transportation.
    Check whether the delivery agrees with the details in the inventory.

    i

    Should you discover that the delivery does not correspond to the inventory, notify your
    local sales outlet immediately.
    Do not discard the original packing material of the devices. Keep it for future
    transportation.

    Selecting a location
    Select a suitable location for the notebook before setting it up. Consider the following points when
    looking for a location:

    ·

    Do not place it on a soft surface (e.g., a carpet or soft furnishings). The space between the
    notebook's feet must be clear.
    Place the notebook on a stable, flat, nonslippery surface. In view of the multitude of different
    finishes used on furniture, it is possible that the rubber feet of the notebook will mark the
    surface they stand on.

    ·
    ·
    ·

    Never place the power adapter on a heat-sensitive surface.

    ·
    ·

    Never cover the fan intake or exhaust openings of the notebook or the power adapter.

    The notebook and the power adapter should be at least 200 mm apart.
    Keep other objects 100 mm away from the notebook and its power adapter to ensure adequate
    ventilation.
    Do not expose the notebook to extreme environmental conditions.
    Protect the notebook from dust, humidity, and heat.

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    Preparing the notebook for use

    Connecting the power adapter

    Connecting the power adapter

    !

    Please take note of the information in the section "Selecting a location".
    The power cable supplied conforms to the requirements of the country in which
    you purchased your notebook. Make sure that the power cable is approved for
    use in the country in which you intend to use it.
    The power adapter's AC cord should only be connected to a mains outlet if the
    notebook is connected to the power adapter.
    Do not use the power adapter for other notebooks or devices.
    Do not use a power adapter that is not specially intended for this notebook.

    Ê
    Ê
    Ê

    Connect the power adapter cable to the DC jack (DC IN) of the notebook (1).
    Connect the power cable into the power adapter (2).
    Plug the power cable into the mains supply (3).

    The battery indicator of the notebook lights up. The battery will charge.

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    Working with the notebook
    This chapter describes the basics for operating your notebook.
    Please see the chapter "Connecting external devices" for instructions on how to connect devices
    such as a mouse and a printer to the notebook.

    !

    Please take note of the information in the chapter "Important notes".

    Views
    In this section the various hardware components of your notebook are introduced. You can open an
    overview of the displays and connections of the notebook. Please familiarise yourself with these
    components before you start to work with your notebook.

    Interior view
    1=
    2=
    3=
    4=
    5=
    6=

    LCD display panel
    Status indicator panel
    Power button
    Keyboard
    Touchpad
    Touchpad keys with touchpad scroll
    button
    7 = Palm rest
    8 = Easy Launch keys

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    Working with the notebook

    Front

    1 = Optical drive
    2 = Power-on indicator of optical drive
    3 = Insert/eject button of optical drive

    4 = Opening for manual ejection
    5 = Release for opening the notebook

    Right side panel

    1 = Right Speaker
    2 = PC card eject buttons

    3 = PC card slots

    Left side panel

    1=
    2=
    3=
    4=
    5=

    12

    Kensington Lock
    IEEE 1394 Firewire port
    Floppy disk drive indicator
    Audio output SPDIF (Line out)
    Audio input (Line in)

    6 = Volume control
    7 = Floppy Disk Drive
    8 = Eject button for inserted floppy disks
    9 = Infrared interface
    10 =
    Left Speaker

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    Working with the notebook

    Back panel

    1=
    2=
    3=
    4=
    5=

    DC jack (DC IN)
    Parallel port
    Monitor port
    S Video Out socket
    Serial port

    6=
    7=
    8=
    9=

    USB ports
    Modem port
    LAN connector
    PS/2 port (for keyboard or mouse)

    Under side

    1 = Battery lock
    2 = Battery
    3 = Battery lock

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    5 = Optical drive lock
    6 = Memory cover

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    Working with the notebook

    Switching the notebook on and off
    Switching the notebook on
    Ê

    Slide the release button (see section "Front") to the right and open the LCD screen.

    Ê

    Press the ON/OFF switch.

    The power-on indicator lights up.

    i

    If you have assigned a password, you must enter this when requested to do so, in order
    to start the operating system password.

    Switching the notebook off
    Ê
    Ê

    Shut down the operating system properly. In the Start menu via the Quit function.

    Ê

    Close the LCD screen so that it locks into place.

    14

    If the notebook is not switched off automatically, press the ON/OFF switch for approx. four
    seconds.

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    Working with the notebook

    Indicators
    The following icons appear in the display field of your notebook:

    The meanings of the symbols are as follows:
    Power-on indicator

    ·
    ·
    ·

    The indicator lights up: The notebook is on.
    The indicator flashes: The battery charge is low.
    The indicator is dark:
    The notebook is switched off.

    This indicator is also visible with the notebook closed.
    Energy-saving mode
    The indicator lights up when the notebook is in an energy-saving mode.
    This indicator is also visible with the notebook closed.
    Battery indicator
    The indicator is on when the battery is charging. When the indicator is not
    glowing, the battery is fully charged

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    Working with the notebook

    Indicator drive
    The indicator flashes when the CD/DVD in the optical drive is being accessed.
    NumLK indicator (Num Lock)
    The key combination [Fn] + [Num LK] has been pressed. The numbers on the
    lower left on keys in the integrated numeric keypad are enabled.
    CapsLK indicator (Caps Lock)
    The Ï key has been pressed. All the characters you type appear in
    uppercase. In the case of overlay keys, the character printed on the upper left
    of the key appears when that key is pressed.

    Keyboard
    The keyboard has been designed to provide all the functions of an enhanced keyboard. Some
    enhanced keyboard functions are mapped with key combinations.
    The following description of keys refers to Windows. Additional functions supported by the keys are
    described in the relevant manuals supplied with your application programmes.
    The figure below shows how to access the different characters on keys with overlaid functions. The
    example applies when the CapsLK indicator is not lit.

    &

    7

    7 ½

    &

    7

    7

    ½

    &

    7

    7

    ½

    F11
    S

    Num
    Scr

    &

    Fn

    &

    7

    7 ½

    7

    7 ½

    Backspace key
    The Backspace key deletes the character to the left of the cursor.
    Tab key
    The Tab key moves the cursor to the next tab stop.
    Enter key (return)
    The enter key terminates a command line. The command you have entered
    is executed when you press this key.

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    Working with the notebook

    Caps Lock key
    The Caps Lock key activates uppercase mode (CapsLK indicator lit). The
    Caps Lock function causes all the characters you type to appear in
    uppercase. In the case of overlay keys, the character printed on the upper
    left of the key appears when that key is pressed.
    To cancel the Caps Lock function, simply press the Caps Lock key again.
    Shift key
    The Shift key causes uppercase characters to appear. In the case of overlay
    keys, the character printed on the upper left of the key appears when that key
    is pressed.
    Alt Gr

    Fn

    Alt Gr key
    The [Alt Gr] key allows one to type the characters printed on the lower right of
    the keycaps (e.g. { in the case of the [7] key on the German keyboard).
    Fn key
    The [Fn] key enables the special functions indicated on overlay keys (see
    "Key combinations").
    If the external keyboard does not feature an [Fn] key, you can simultaneously
    press the [Ctrl] + [Alt Gr] keys or the [Ctrl] + [Alt] keys.
    Cursor keys
    The cursor keys move the cursor in the direction of the arrow, i.e. up, down,
    left, or right.

    Break

    Pause

    Pause key
    The [Pause] key temporarily suspends display output. Output will resume
    when you press any other key.
    Start key
    The Start key invokes the Windows Start menu.
    Menu button
    The Menu key invokes the menu for the marked item.

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    Numeric keypad
    (
    *
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    1 = Characters enabled when NumLK indicator is not lit (see "Indicators").
    2 = Characters enabled when NumLK indicator is lit (see "Indicators").
    When the numeric keypad is turned on (NumLK is indicated) you can enter the symbols that are
    printed on the front side of the keys.

    Key combinations
    The following description of key combinations refers to functions when using Microsoft Windows.
    Some of the following key combinations may not function in other operating systems and with some
    device drivers.
    Other key combinations are described in the relevant manuals supplied with your application
    programmes.
    Key combinations are performed as follows:

    Ê
    Ê

    Press and hold the first key in the combination.
    While holding the first key down, press the other key or keys in the combination.

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    If the external keyboard does not feature an [Fn] key, you can simultaneously press
    the [Ctrl] + [Alt Gr] keys or the [Ctrl] + [Alt] keys.
    Exception: The "Switching the loudspeakers on/off functions [Fn] + [F5]" is not supported.
    Hotkey for Help
    F1

    Fn

    +

    Fn

    + F2

    Starts the online help for the application currently active.
    Energy-saving mode

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    Switches the notebook into the energy-saving mode.

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    Fn

    +

    Switching between internal and external screen

    F3

    If an external monitor is connected, the monitor on which the output is to be
    displayed can be selected with this key combination.
    You can opt to use:

    ·
    ·
    ·

    just the notebook's LCD screen
    just the external monitor
    both the LCD screen and the external monitor.
    Screen saver
    F4

    This key combination switches the LCD screen off. The next input switches the
    display on again.

    Fn

    +

    Fn

    + F5

    Fn

    +

    F11

    Fn

    +

    F12

    Switching the loudspeakers on/off
    This key combination switches your notebook's integrated loudspeakers off and
    on.
    NumLk (Num Lock)
    The numbers on the upper right on keys in the integrated numeric keypad are
    enabled.

    Scroll (Scroll Lock)
    The effect this key has varies from programme to programme.
    Increasing screen brightness

    Fn

    +

    Fn

    +

    Ctrl

    +

    This key combination increases screen brightness.
    Decreasing screen brightness
    This key combination decreases screen brightness.
    Halting the current operation

    C

    This key combination can be used to halt an operation instantly without
    clearing the keyboard buffer.
    Backtab (Shift+Tab)
    +

    Ctrl

    i

    Alt

    This key combination moves the cursor back to the previous tabular
    stop.
    Del

    Carrying out a warm boot
    This key combination triggers a reset and warm-boots the notebook.
    First hold down the [Ctrl] and [Alt] key, and then press the [Del] key.
    Under Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows Me and Windows NT
    the Task Manager appears first. Then you must press all three keys
    again to re-boot.

    Key combinations with the Windows keys are contained in the manual for your operating
    system.

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    Easy Launch
    Easy Launch keys
    Your notebook is equipped with six configurable Easy Launch keys.

    1 = e-Mail
    Use this key to start the standard e-mail programme for your system.
    2 = Internet
    With this key you can start the standard internet browser for your system.
    3 = P1 key
    You can freely program this button.
    4 = P2 key
    You can freely program this button.
    5 = P3 key
    You can freely program this button.
    Launch Manager
    With the Launch Manager you can assign various functions to the Easy Launch keys.

    Ê
    Ê
    Ê

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    Start the Launch Manager under Start – Programs – Launch Manager.
    Click on Add to assign the desired function to the key.
    Click on Delete to delete a function from a key.

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    Touchpad and touchpad buttons

    !

    Keep the touchpad clean, protect it from dirt, liquids, and grease.
    Do not use the touchpad if your fingers are dirty.
    Do not rest heavy objects (e.g. books) on the touchpad or the touchpad buttons.

    The touchpad enables you to move the mouse pointer on the screen. The touchpad buttons allow
    the selection and execution of commands. They correspond to the buttons on a conventional
    mouse.
    1 = Left touchpad button
    2 = Touchpad scroll button
    3 = Right touchpad button

    Moving the pointer

    Ê

    Move your finger on the touchpad.

    The pointer will move accordingly.
    Selecting an item

    Ê
    Ê

    Move the pointer to the item you wish to select.
    Tap the touchpad once or press the left button once.

    The item will be selected.
    Executing a command

    Ê
    Ê

    Move the pointer to the field you wish to select.
    Tap the touchpad twice or press the left button twice.

    The command will be executed.

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    Dragging an object

    Ê
    Ê
    Ê
    Ê

    Move the pointer to the item you wish to select.
    Select the desired object, and leave your finger on the touchpad.
    Drag the object to the desired position.
    Lift your finger from the touchpad.

    The item will be moved.
    Scrolling

    Ê
    Ê

    Move the pointer onto the desired scroll bar in the active application.
    Press on the side of the touchpad scroll button that corresponds to the desired direction. Hold
    down the side until the desired section of the application window is visible.

    The desired section of the application window is visible.

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    An explanation of how to configure the scroll function can be found under Start –
    Settings – Control Panel – Mouse.

    LCD display panel
    The screen resolution of the LCD monitor of your notebook is optimally set at the factory.
    Changing the LCD screen brightness
    You can adjust the brightness of your LCD screen with the [Fn] key and the horizontal arrow keys.
    Changing the font size
    Under Start - Settings - Control Panel - Display - Settings you can choose between a larger and a
    smaller font in the Font size field.
    Synchronising the display on the LCD screen and an external monitor
    Your notebook supports the simultaneous display on the LCD screen and an external monitor.
    Pressing the key combination [Fn] + [F3] switches between LCD only, external monitor and LCD
    and external monitor only. The last setting is useful if you would like high resolution and refresh rate
    on an external monitor.

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    Battery
    The battery is one of the most important components of your notebook. When not plugged into a
    mains outlet, the notebook runs on its built-in battery. You can increase the life of the battery by
    caring for the battery properly. The average battery life is around 500 charge/discharge cycles.
    You can extend the battery life by taking advantage of the available energy saving functions.

    !

    Only use batteries released for your notebook.
    Take care not to drop the batteries or otherwise damage their casing (fire risk).
    If the rechargeable batteries are defective, they must not be used.
    Do not touch the contacts of the batteries.
    Never interconnect the positive and negative terminals of a battery.
    Used batteries must be disposed of in accordance with local regulations (special waste).
    Observe the information on battery storage in the chapter "Important notes".

    Charging, caring for and maintaining the battery
    The notebook battery can only be charged, when the ambient temperature is between 5 °C and
    max. 40 °C.
    You can charge the battery by connecting the notebook to the power adapter (see "Connecting the
    power adapter").
    A notebook battery will fully charge in approximately three hours in a notebook that is switched off.
    A notebook battery will fully charge in approximately 4.5 hours if the notebook is switched on.
    It is a good idea to discharge the battery completely before recharging it, as this will extend battery
    lifetime. Work in the battery mode until an acoustic warning prompts you to recharge and the poweron indicator in the status indicator panel begins to flash. The notebook battery should not be
    charged before this point.
    If you do not connect the power adapter within five minutes of the signals described above, your
    notebook will automatically switch off.

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    If you do not use the batteries for long periods, remove them from the notebook. Never
    store the batteries in the unit. Store the battery when it is half full or two-thirds full.

    Monitoring the battery charging level
    Windows also has a "Battery status meter" in the taskbar for monitoring the battery capacity. When
    you place the mouse pointer on the battery symbol, the system displays the battery status.

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    Inserting and removing the battery

    !

    Only use batteries designed for this notebook.
    Never use force when inserting or removing a battery.
    Make sure that no foreign objects enter the battery connectors.

    Removing the battery

    Ê
    Ê
    Ê
    Ê
    Ê
    Ê

    Switch the notebook off.

    Ê
    Ê
    Ê
    Ê

    Unlock the battery lock by pushing the lever (1) in the direction of the arrow as far as it will go.

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    Close the LCD screen so that it locks into place.
    Unplug the power adapter from the mains outlet.
    Disconnect all cables connected to the notebook.
    Turn the notebook over.
    Place the notebook on a flat surface.

    Push the two battery locks (2) in the direction of the arrow and hold them in place.
    Lift the battery in the direction of the arrow (3).
    Pull the battery out of the battery compartment (4).

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    Installing the battery

    Ê
    Ê
    Ê

    Position the battery at the edge of the casing (1).
    Tilt and put the battery into the battery compartment (2).
    Push the battery lock in the direction of the arrow (3) up to the stop.

    Using the power-management features
    The notebook uses less power when the power management features are enabled. You will then be
    able to work longer when using the battery before having to recharge it.

    i

    If you are connected to a network or use an integrated modem, PC LAN card, or PC
    modem card, we advise against enabling an energy saving mode. This could lead to an
    interruption of your network connection.
    When not using the notebook for long periods of time, first end the energy saving mode,
    then switch off the notebook. Never switch the notebook off with the Suspend/Resume
    button while the notebook is in one of the energy-saving modes.
    If your notebook is in an energy-saving mode:

    ·
    ·
    ·
    ·
    ·
    ·

    Do not connect any external peripheral devices.
    Do not disconnect any external peripheral devices.
    Do not attempt to switch the notebook on if the built-in battery is flat.
    Do not change or remove the floppy disk, if inserted.
    Do not add or remove RAM.
    Do not add or remove a PC card.

    The operating system uses ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Power Interface) for power
    management under Windows XP. The energy saving functions can be activated under Start –
    Settings – Control Panel – Power Options.
    Under Windows, Hibernate is activated by default.
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    PC cards
    Two PC card slots enable the notebook to operate two type I/II PC cards or one type III PC card
    (CardBus or PCMCIA).

    !

    Consult the documentation supplied by the PC card's manufacturer and follow the
    instructions provided.
    Never use force when inserting or removing a PC card.
    Make sure that foreign objects do not fall into the PC card slot.

    Installing a PC card

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    Ê

    Insert the PC card, contacts first, into the
    slot guide. The labelled side of the PC card
    should be facing upward.

    Ê

    Gently push the PC card into the slot until
    you feel it click into place.

    Consult the documentation supplied with the PC card for information on how to
    install the necessary device drivers.
    For further information refer to the information files (e.g. *.TXT, *.DOC, *.WRI or
    *.HLP) provided on the PC card driver diskette or the information in the operating
    system manual.
    You can push the PC card slot eject buttons into the notebook casing. Press the
    eject buttons until they snap in.

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    Removing a PC card
    Use the small PC card icon located in your task bar to stop the card:

    Ê
    Ê
    Ê

    Click on the PC card icon in the task bar with the right mouse button.
    Select PC card Properties.
    Select the card you wish to stop and click on Stop.

    Wait for the dialogue box which tells you that it is now safe to remove the PC card.

    Ê

    Press the eject button (1). The PC card will
    project further out of the notebook's case. If
    the eject buttons are pushed in flush with
    the notebook casing, they must first be
    snapped out. Press the eject buttons until
    they snap out.

    Ê

    Slide the PC card out (2) of the notebook.

    Hard disk
    The hard disk is the most important storage medium of your notebook. You can work considerably
    faster and more efficiently if you copy applications and files from floppy disks or CDs to your hard
    disk.

    Optical drive
    Your notebook is delivered with an optical drive. Depending on the model, your notebook is
    equipped with a CR-ROM drive, a CD-RW drive, a DVD-ROM drive or a combo drive (CDRW/DVD).

    !

    This device contains a light-emitting diode, classified according to
    IEC 825-1:1993: LASER CLASS 1, and must not be opened.
    Avoid touching the surface of a CD/DVD. Handle CDs/DVDs only by their
    edges!
    Always store CDs/DVDs in their cases. Thus you avoid dust contamination,
    scratches, bending or other damage.
    Protect your CDs/DVDs from dust, mechanical vibration and direct
    sunlight!
    Avoid storing a CD/DVD in areas subject to high temperatures or humidity.

    You may use both 8-cm and 12-cm CDs/DVDs in the optical drive. When using CDs/DVDs of poor
    quality vibrations and reading errors may occur.

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    Inserting or removing a CD/DVD
    The notebook must be switched on.

    Ê

    Push the insert/eject button.

    The drive tray will open.

    Ê
    Ê

    Pull the drive tray completely out.
    Place the CD/DVD in the drive tray with the
    label facing upwards.

    or

    Ê

    Ê

    Take out an inserted CD/DVD.

    Push in the drive tray until you feel it lock into place.

    Manual removal (emergency removal)
    In the event of a power failure or damage to the drive it may be necessary to manually remove the
    CD/DVD.

    Ê

    Switch the notebook off.

    Ê

    Press a pen or a piece of wire (e.g. a paper
    clip) firmly into the opening.

    The drive tray is unlocked. You can now pull the
    drive tray out of the drive.

    Floppy Disk Drive
    The floppy disk drive is located on the left-hand side of your notebook.

    !

    Never clean the floppy disk drive with cleaning disks. Any attempt would destroy the
    read/write head in the disk drive within 20 seconds.
    Make sure that no floppy disk is inserted in the floppy disk drive during transport.
    Otherwise the eject button may break off and the floppy disk drive will be damaged.

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    Working with floppy disks

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    Follow the instructions supplied by the vendor of the floppy disks.

    5

    4

    6

    7

    1
    2
    3

    1=
    2=
    3=
    4=
    5=
    6=
    7=

    Insertion direction
    Label area
    Write protection tab for a 1.44 Mbyte floppy disk
    Identification of a 1.44 MB floppy disk or write protect switch on a 120 MB floppy disk
    Eject button for inserted floppy disks
    Disk is write-protected
    Disk is not write-protected

    To insert a diskette:

    Ê

    Push the floppy disk into the drive in the insertion direction (1) until it engages. The label
    should be facing upward.

    To remove a diskette:

    Ê

    Push the eject button (5).

    Protect the floppy disk against being overwritten or erased

    Ê

    Slide the write-protect slider into position (6). The hole is now visible.

    Deactivate write protection

    Ê

    Slide the write-protect slider into position (7). The hole is now covered.

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    Audio: Setting volume
    Ê

    Adjust the desired volume on the volume
    control (see “Views“ – “Left side panel“).

    Ê

    To turn the loudspeakers on or off, press
    [Fn] and [F5].

    Or

    Ê

    To adjust the volume use the Windows volume control from the Start menu – Programs Accessories – Multimedia – Volume Control.

    Ê

    To switch the loudspeakers on and off use the Windows volume control from the Start menu –
    Programs – Accessories – Multimedia – Volume Control.

    Integrated 56k modem
    The integrated 56k modem supports all data communication applications, such as:

    ·

    Modem operation: High-speed downloads at up to 56,000 bit/s (V.90). Downward-compatible to
    V.34 modems.

    ·
    ·

    Fax mode: Transmitting and receiving at up to 14,400 bit/s
    Simple country adaptation with programme

    The modem complies with the EU Directive 91/263/EEC (Telecommunications terminal equipment
    directive) and has been checked in agreement with the guideline TBR-21.
    The modem can be operated in the following countries:
    Multifrequency (MFC) dialling
    Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Finland, France, Greece, Great Britain, Holland, Ireland, Iceland,
    Italy, Luxembourg, Norway, Austria, Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland and Spain.
    Pulse dialling:
    Belgium, France, Holland and Italy.
    Also in: Poland, Slovenia, South Africa and Hungary.

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    Connecting notebook modem to telephone connection

    i

    Ê

    Connect the modem cable supplied to the
    country-specific telephone adapter.

    Ê

    Connect the modem cable to the modem
    port of the notebook.

    Ê

    Connect the modem cable to your telephone
    wall socket.

    If you attach your modem on a TAE-N-connector the phone respectively data cable is
    busy. The cable cannot be used for other communication devices at the same time. Pull
    the modem plug out of the TAE-N-power socket after the data transfer, because also with
    connected cable no other communication devices can be used.

    Ethernet and LAN
    The internal LAN module of your notebook supports Ethernet-LAN (10/100 Mbps).

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    Connect the LAN cable to the notebook's
    LAN connector.

    Ê

    Connect the network cable to your LAN
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    Security functions
    Your notebook enables you to protect your system and personal data in a number of ways against
    unauthorised access. By combining these options, you can achieve maximum protection for your
    system.
    In this chapter you will learn which security functions your notebook is equipped with, which
    advantages these functions offer you and how to configure and use them.
    Please consider that with the security functions you do not only protect your data from unauthorised
    access but that your system and data will not be accessible for yourself if the security functions are
    handled improperly! Please note therefore the following hints and care for a regular data backup on
    external data carriers!

    !

    Passwords must be assigned for some security functions. Please be sure to note these
    passwords, as otherwise you will no longer be able to access your system.
    We recommend that you make a note of the passwords and keep them in a safe place.
    If you lose both the user and the supervisor passwords, you must contact our Help Desk.
    The phone numbers can be found in the "Safety and Warranty" manual. The loss of
    passwords is not a warranty case and is therefore subject to charge.

    Overview of all security functions
    The following sections contain a brief description of the security functions that are provided with your
    notebook as standard equipment.

    Kensington Lock
    With the Kensington MicroSaver, a sturdy steel cable, you can protect your notebook from theft. For
    this reason your notebook is equipped with a device for the Kensington MicroSaver. The Kensington
    MicroSaver is available as an accessory.

    BIOS password protection
    You can protect you personal data from unauthorised access with various passwords. By combining
    these different options, you can achieve maximum protection for your system.
    Preventing unauthorised BIOS Setup entry
    You can activate this protection by setting a setup password in the System Security menu.
    Preventing unauthorised system access
    You can activate this protection by setting a Power on password in the System Security Options
    menu.

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    Brief overview of the security functions
    Security function

    Type of protection

    Preparation

    Kensington Lock

    Mechanical

    Mount and lock Kensington
    MicroSaver (accessory)

    BIOS password protection

    Password protection for BIOS
    Setup and operating system with
    Setup and Power-on password.
    The passwords consist of a
    maximum of eight alphanumeric
    characters.

    Specify at least one setup
    password in the BIOS Setup and
    activate the password
    protection for the operating
    system as desired.

    Using Kensington Lock
    With the Kensington MicroSaver, a sturdy steel cable, you can protect your notebook from theft. For
    this reason your notebook is equipped with a device for the Kensington MicroSaver. The Kensington
    MicroSaver is available as an accessory.

    Ê

    Fit the Kensington MicroSaver on the device
    on your notebook.

    Configuring password protection in BIOS Setup
    The System Security menu in BIOS Setup offers you various options for protecting your system and
    personal data against unauthorised access.

    Setting passwords
    Setup password
    The Setup password prevents unauthorised calling of BIOS Setup. Only those who know the Setup
    password can call BIOS Setup.

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    Power-on password
    The Power on password prevents unauthorised access to your notebook. With the Power on
    password you can prevent booting of the operating system. The system can be accessed only by
    those who know the Power-on password.

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    Passwords can be up to seven characters long. All alphanumerical characters can be
    used; no differentiation is made between upper-case and lower-case.
    Passwords are not displayed as they are entered.
    If you have forgotten a password, contact your system administrator or contact our
    customer service centre.

    Setting and changing a password
    If you would like to set or change a password, then proceed as follows:

    Ê
    Ê

    Mark the Setup Password field or Power-on Password field with the cursor keys and.
    If the current setting is None, then press the cursor key once, otherwise twice.

    The window for password entry appears:

    Ê

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    Ê

    Enter the password.

    For security reasons, your entry does not appear on the screen.

    Complete your entry with the Enter key Ú.

    The window for password confirmation appears:

    Ê

    Enter the password again and complete your entry with the
    Enter key Ú.

    The system sets the corresponding password field to Present.

    Ê
    Ê

    Press the [Esc] key to return to the start window BIOS Utility.
    Press [Esc] again.

    The following dialogue box appears:

    Ê

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    Deleting a password
    Ê

    If you would like to delete a password, then mark the password field with the cursor keys æ
    and è.

    Ê
    Ê

    Select the setting None with the cursor key .

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    Then exit the menu System Security and save this change in the BIOS as described in the
    section "Setting and changing a password".

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    Connecting external devices
    !

    Under all circumstances, please observe the safety notes provided in the "Important
    notes" chapter.
    Read the documentation on the external device before connecting it.
    Do not connect or disconnect cables during a thunderstorm.
    Do not pull on the cable when disconnecting a cable. Always take hold of the actual plug.
    Adhere to the order described in the following when you connect external devices to the
    notebook or separate them from the notebook:
    Connecting devices to notebook
    1) Turn off all power and equipment switches.
    2) Remove all power plugs from the mains outlets.
    3) Connect all the cables to the notebook and the external devices.
    4) Plug all data communication cables into the utility sockets.
    5) Plug all power cables into the mains supply.
    Disconnecting devices from notebook
    1) Turn off all power and equipment switches.
    2) Remove all power plugs from the mains outlets.
    3) Unplug all data communication cables from the utility sockets.
    4) Disconnect all the cables from the notebook and the external devices.

    The ports are marked with the following symbols (or with similar symbols):
    LAN-port
    (Local Area Network, for
    Network connection)

    Port for power adapter

    PS/2 port (for keyboard or
    mouse)

    Headphones port

    Parallel port

    Microphone connector

    Monitor port
    S

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    IR

    Infrared port

    S Video Out socket
    (video output)

    USB port

    Serial port

    Modem port

    Some of the external devices require special drivers (see the operating system and
    external device documentation).

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    Connecting an external monitor
    An external monitor can be connected to the notebook.
    · Using the [Fn] + [F3] key combination you can switch back and forth between the external
    monitor and the LCD screen.

    ·

    If your notebook is equipped with a TFT monitor, you can display the same picture on the
    external monitor and the LCD screen simultaneously.

    Ê
    Ê
    Ê

    Switch off the notebook and the external monitor.
    Connect the external monitor to the monitor port on your notebook.
    First switch on the monitor and then the notebook.

    Setting the refresh rate for your external monitor
    The refresh rate must be correctly set so that the image does not flicker.

    Ê

    To change the refresh rate or resolution select the monitor type in the menu Start - Settings Control Panel - Display - Settings - Advanced - Monitor.

    Ê
    Ê

    Now select the Adapter tab.
    Adjust the refresh rate and then click Apply.

    !

    If the refresh rate set is too high, the monitor may be damaged. Please see the
    documentation included with your monitor for the maximum possible refresh rate.

    Connecting an external PS/2 mouse or keyboard
    You do not need to switch the notebook off.

    Ê

    Simply connect the external keyboard or mouse to the PS/2 port on your notebook.

    Using the parallel port
    Ê
    Ê
    Ê
    Ê

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    Switch the notebook off.
    Connect the data cable of the printer to the parallel port on the notebook.
    Plug the printer power cable into the mains outlet.
    First switch the printer on, then the notebook.

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    Connecting USB devices
    On the USB ports you can connect external devices that also have a USB port (e.g. a printer, a
    scanner or a modem).

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    USB devices are hot-pluggable. This allows cables from USB devices to be connected
    and disconnected with the system switched on.
    Additional information can be found in the documentation for the USB devices.

    Ê
    Ê

    Connect the data cable to the external device.
    Connect the data cable to a USB port of the notebook.

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    Device drivers
    The devices you connect to the USB ports usually require no driver of their own, as the
    required software is already included in the operating system. However, if the USB device
    requires its own software, please install it from the data carrier provided with the USB
    device.

    Connecting external audio devices
    Headphones port
    Via the headphone port you can connect either headphones or external loudspeakers to your
    notebook.
    Microphone connector
    Via the microphone port you can connect an external microphone to your notebook.
    Adjusting the volume

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    Adjust the desired volume on the volume
    control (see “Views“ – “Left side panel“).

    Ê

    To turn the loudspeakers on or off, press
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    Connecting external devices

    Or

    Ê

    To adjust the volume use the Windows volume control from the Start menu – Programs Accessories – Multimedia – Volume Control.

    Ê

    To switch the loudspeakers on and off use the Windows volume control from the Start menu –
    Programs – Accessories – Multimedia – Volume Control.

    Connecting external device to S-Video Out
    You can connect an external monitor, a television set or a projector to the notebook.

    ·

    Using the [Fn] + [F3] key combination you can switch back and forth between the external
    monitor and the LCD screen.

    Ê
    Ê
    Ê

    Switch off the notebook and the external device.
    Connect the external monitor to the S-Video Out socket of your notebook.
    First switch on the monitor and then the notebook.

    Connecting external devices to IEEE1394 (FireWire)
    Peripheral devices such as digital audio/video devices or other high-speed devices can be
    connected via IEEE1394 (FireWire). Your notebook is equipped with an IEEE1394 (FireWire)
    connection, which operates at 400 Mbit per second, as an option.

    Ê

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    Connect the peripheral device to the IEEE1394 (FireWire) connection on the left-hand side of
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    Connecting external devices

    Establishing an infrared connection
    The infrared interface (IrDA) on the left-hand side of your notebook enables wireless serial data
    transfer.

    Ê

    Set up the infrared transmitter and receiver as illustrated above.

    i

    The devices may be no more than one metre apart. The infrared interface of one
    device must be in the range of influence (horizontally approx. 30° and vertically
    approx. 15°) of the infrared interface of the other device.

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    Settings in BIOS Setup
    In BIOS Setup you can set the system functions and the hardware configuration of the notebook.
    When it is delivered, the notebook is set to factory default settings. You can change these settings
    in BIOS Setup. Any changes you make take effect as soon as you save and quit the BIOS Setup.
    The BIOS Setup programme contains the following menus:
    System Information:

    for the hardware information of the notebook

    Basic System Settings:

    for date, time

    Startup Configuration:

    for the configuration of the system startup

    Onboard Devices Configuration:

    for the configuration of the serial and parallel port

    System Security:

    for setting up the security features

    Load Default Settings:

    for restoring the default settings

    Start BIOS Setup
    Ê
    Ê

    Restart the notebook (switching ON/OFF or warm boot).
    When the message Press <F2> to enter SETUP appears, press the key [F2].

    i

    If a password has been assigned:

    Ê

    Enter the password and press the Enter key.

    If you have forgotten the password, contact your system administrator or contact our
    customer service centre.
    The BIOS Utility start window appears on the screen.

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    Settings in BIOS Setup

    Operating BIOS Setup
    To open one of the six BIOS menus from the start window, mark the corresponding entry with the
    cursor keys æ or è and press the entry key Ú.

    Ê
    Ê
    Ê

    Mark the menu parameters with the cursor keys æ or è.
    Use the cursor keys å or ç to change the setting of the marked value.
    Use the [Esc] key to return to the start window.

    i

    Editable parameters are located in square brackets.
    Additional instructions on navigation within special menus are contained in the footer of
    the corresponding menu.

    Load Default Settings
    When this menu is selected, the following dialogue box appears:

    Ê

    If the default settings are to be restored for all BIOS parameters, then mark Yes and press the
    Enter key Ú.

    Ê

    Otherwise mark No and press the Enter key Ú.

    Exiting BIOS-Setup
    Ê

    Press the {Esc} key to return from the submenu to its superior menu.

    The main window BIOS Utility appears.

    Ê

    Press [Esc] again.

    If nothing has been changed in the BIOS, then the following dialogue box appears:

    Ê
    Do you really want to exit SETUP?
    [Yes]

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    [No]

    Mark Yes and press the Enter key Ú to exit
    the BIOS Setup.

    BIOS Setup is terminated and the device is
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    Settings in BIOS Setup

    If BIOS settings have been changed, then the following dialogue box appears:

    Discard Changes:
    Ê Select No.
    Ê Press the Enter key Ú to exit the BIOS-Setup.
    The settings which were in force when BIOS Setup was called remain effective. BIOS Setup is
    terminated and the device is rebooted.

    Save Changes:
    Ê Select Yes.
    Ê Press the Enter key Ú to exit the BIOS-Setup.
    The device is rebooted and the new settings come into effect.

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    Troubleshooting and tips
    !

    Take note of the hints in the chapter "Important notes", when you connect or disconnect
    cables.

    If a fault occurs, try to correct it as described. If you fail to correct the problem, proceed as follows:

    Ê

    Make a note of the steps and the circumstances that led to the fault. Also make a note of any
    error messages displayed.

    Ê
    Ê

    Switch the notebook off.
    Contact your sales outlet or our Hotline/Help Desk.

    Restoring the hard disk contents under Windows
    Using the Windows Recovery CD and the Drivers & Utilities CD, you can restore the operating
    system of your notebook.
    During restoring the operating manual the contents of your hard disk will be overwritten. After this,
    operating system, drivers and software utilities will be reinstalled. For this reason you should try to
    save important data to a backup medium before you restore the hard disk contents.

    Ê
    Ê

    Insert the "Start-Disk for Windows" into the floppy disk drive and switch the notebook on.
    Follow the instructions on the screen.

    i
    Ê
    Ê

    Detailed PC knowledge is required for manual partitioning.

    Insert the Windows Recovery CD into the optical drive.
    Start the Setup programme on the CD.

    You must then reinstall all the drivers. Use the "Drivers & Utilities" CD.

    The notebook's date or time is incorrect
    Ê

    Set the time and/or date in the Basic – System – Settings menu.

    i

    If the date and time are repeatedly incorrect when you switch on the notebook, the buffer
    battery that supplies the internal clock is dead.
    Connect the notebook via its power adapter to a grounded mains outlet or install a fresh
    battery. The buffer battery will take approximately two days to complete its recharge. If
    the problem persists, contact your sales office or our hotline/help desk.

    The LCD display panel of the notebook remains blank
    Monitor is switched off

    Ê

    Press a key or enter the password

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    External monitor or television set connected

    Ê

    Set the setting Display Settings to LCD BIOS-Setup in the menu Advanced - Video Features.

    The LCD display panel is difficult to read
    Reflection

    Ê

    Turn the notebook or alter the tilt of the LCD display panel.

    The external monitor stays blank
    If your screen remains blank this may be due to the following:
    Monitor is switched off

    Ê

    Switch the external monitor on.

    Power saving has been activated (screen is blank)

    Ê

    Press any key to continue.

    Brightness is set too dark

    Ê

    Adjust the brightness of the monitor.

    Screen output is set to the notebook’s LCD screen

    Ê

    Press the key combination [Fn] + [F3] (selecting internal/external display).

    The external monitor's power cable or data cable is not connected properly

    Ê
    Ê

    Switch off the external monitor and the notebook.

    Ê

    Check whether the data cable is properly connected to the notebook and the external monitor
    (if it is plugged in with a connector).

    Ê

    Switch on the external monitor and the notebook.

    Check whether the power cable is plugged properly into the power adapter and into the mains
    outlet.

    The external monitor is blank or the image is unstable (under
    Windows)
    The wrong external monitor has been selected or the wrong screen resolution has been set for the
    application programme.

    Ê

    Terminate the application programme under Windows with [Alt] + [F4]. If the fault continues to
    occur after ending the programme, switch over to the notebook's internal LCD screen with [Fn]
    + [F3]. Change the following setting:

    Ê

    Select the correct monitor or set the correct screen resolution.

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    -

    Setting the screen resolution: Select Start – Settings – Control Panel – Display - Settings and
    then the screen resolution you require in the Resolution field.

    -

    Selecting the monitor: Select the correct monitor under Start – Settings – Control Panel Display – Settings – Advanced Properties – Monitor – Modify.

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    The notebook cannot be started
    The battery is not installed correctly

    Ê
    Ê
    Ê

    Switch the notebook off.
    Check whether the battery is installed correctly in its compartment.
    Switch the notebook on.

    The battery is dead

    Ê

    Charge the battery.

    Or

    Ê

    Install a charged battery.

    Or

    Ê

    Connect the power adapter to the notebook.

    The power adapter is not connected correctly

    Ê
    Ê
    Ê

    Switch the notebook off.

    Ê

    Switch the notebook on.

    Check whether the power adapter is connected correctly to the notebook.
    Check whether the power cable is plugged properly into the power adapter and into the mains
    outlet.

    The notebook is prevented from booting by a disk in the floppy disk drive.

    Ê

    Check whether this floppy disk is a system disk. Remove the floppy disk.

    Operating system files may be damaged or missing.

    Ê

    Boot the notebook with a system floppy disk, via the floppy disk drive.

    The notebook stops working
    The notebook is in Standby or Suspend mode

    Ê

    Reactivate the notebook by pressing a key (Standby mode) or by switching it back on
    (Suspend mode).

    An application programme has caused the malfunction

    Ê

    Close the application programme or restart the notebook by switching it on/off or with a warm
    boot.

    The battery is dead

    Ê

    Charge the battery.

    Or

    Ê

    Install a charged battery.

    Or

    Ê

    Connect the power adapter to the notebook.

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    The mouse does not work
    Mouse driver not loaded

    Ê

    Check whether the correct mouse driver is properly installed and is present before the
    application programme is started.
    Detailed information can be found in the User Guides for the mouse, the application
    programme or the operating system.

    Mouse is not connected

    Ê
    Ê

    Switch the notebook off.

    Ê

    Switch the notebook on.

    Check whether the mouse cable is correctly connected to the notebook.
    If you use an adapter or extension lead with the mouse cable, check the connections.

    The floppy disk cannot be written
    Ê

    Check whether the disk is OK and is not write-protected.

    The printer does not print
    Ê

    Make sure that the printer is switched on and is on-line (see the manuals supplied with the
    printer).

    Ê
    Ê
    Ê

    Check that the cable connecting the notebook and the printer is connected properly.
    Check that the correct printer driver is installed.
    Check in the BIOS Setup whether the Onboard Devices Configuration field is set correctly for the
    port you are using.
    The respective entry in the fields of Serial Port or Parallel Port must match the setting in the
    application programme under Windows 9x.

    Acoustic warnings
    A beep sounds every few seconds
    The battery is almost flat.

    Ê

    Charge the battery.

    System configuration contains invalid data
    Ê
    Ê
    Ê
    Ê
    Ê
    Ê

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    Switch the notebook off.
    Switch the notebook on.
    Enter the BIOS Setup programme by pressing [F2].
    Select the default values under Load Default Settings.
    Mark Yes in the "Do you want to load default settings?" dialogue box.
    Press the Enter key.

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    Troubleshooting and tips

    If the error message appears repeatedly, please contact the place of purchase or our
    Hotline/Help Desk.

    Error messages on the screen
    This section describes the error messages generated by the BIOS-Setup. Error messages displayed
    by the operating system or programmes are described in the relevant manuals.
    CMOS Battery Bad
    If the error message occurs repeatedly, then the buffer battery in the notebook is flat.

    Ê

    Connect the notebook via its power adapter to the mains outlet. The buffer battery will take
    approximately two days to complete its recharge.

    If the error message appears repeatedly, please contact the place of purchase or our
    Hotline/Help Desk.
    System CMOS checksum bad – Default configuration used
    The system configuration information is incorrect.

    Ê
    Ê
    Ê
    Ê
    Ê

    Switch the notebook off.
    Switch the notebook on.
    Enter the BIOS Setup programme by pressing [F2].
    Select the Exit menu in the BIOS Setup.
    Select the Default Setup entry and click on OK.

    If the error message appears repeatedly, please contact the place of purchase or our
    Hotline/Help Desk.
    Insert system diskette and press Enter key to reboot
    The operating system cannot be loaded or the hard disk contains no operating system or is not
    formatted.

    Ê
    Ê

    Insert a system disk.
    Press any key to continue.

    Invalid system disk - Replace the disk, and then press any key
    The inserted disk is not a system disk or the inserted system disk is defective.

    Ê
    Ê

    Insert another system disk.
    Press any key to continue.

    If you wish to boot from floppy disk:

    Ê
    Ê

    Insert a system disk.
    Press any key to continue.

    If the operating system cannot be loaded from floppy disk:

    Ê

    Remove the floppy disk from the drive.

    Diskette drive A error

    Ê

    Start the BIOS Setup and make sure that the parameter for floppy disk drive A has been set to
    the format 1.44 Mbyte, 3 1/2 inch.

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    Extended memory failed at offset: xxxx Failing Bits: zzzz zzzz
    When testing the extended memory an error has resulted at the address xxxx.

    Ê

    Check whether the additional memory module has been inserted correctly.

    If the error message appears repeatedly, please contact the place of purchase or our
    Hotline/Help Desk.
    Failure Fixed Disk n
    The settings of the hard disk drive are incorrect.

    Ê

    Start the BIOS Setup (IDE Adapter 0 Master submenu) and select the correct settings.

    Fixed Disk address conflict Diskette Drive address conflict
    There is an I/O address conflict.

    Ê

    Start the BIOS Setup and check the corresponding settings.

    Incorrect Drive A type - run SETUP

    Ê

    Start the BIOS Setup and make sure that the parameter for floppy disk drive A has been set to
    the format 1.44 Mbyte, 3 ½ inch.

    Keyboard controller error

    Ê
    Ê

    Switch the notebook off with the ON/OFF switch.
    Wait 3 - 5 seconds and switch on the notebook again.

    If the error message appears repeatedly, please contact the place of purchase or our
    Hotline/Help Desk.
    Keyboard error
    If you use an external keyboard:

    Ê

    Check the connection and reboot the notebook.

    If the error message appears repeatedly, please contact the place of purchase or our
    Hotline/Help Desk.
    nn Stuck key

    Ê

    Make sure that no key is pressed.

    If the error message appears repeatedly, please contact the place of purchase or our
    Hotline/Help Desk.
    Operating system not found

    Ê
    Ê

    Check in the BIOS Setup whether your hard disk has been set correctly.
    Make sure that the operating system is installed on the corresponding drive.

    Not enough Save-to-Disk partition or file exists on Fixed Disk - Save-to-Disk feature is
    disabled.
    The Save to Disk mode is not available to you, as no memory space has been assigned to this mode.
    Use the PHDISK utility to assign the memory space required for this mode.

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    Press <F1> to resume, <F2> to SETUP.
    This error message appears if an error occurs during the self-test before starting the operating
    system.

    Ê
    Ê

    Press the [F1] function key to start the operating system.
    Enter the BIOS Setup programme by pressing [F2].

    Previous boot incomplete - Default configuration used
    Due to an error during the previous system boot, default values were used for certain settings.
    Check the BIOS Setup and the settings.

    Ê

    Press the [F1] function key when prompted to do so.

    Real Time clock error

    Ê

    Contact your sales outlet or our Hotline/Help Desk.

    nnnnK Shadow RAM failed at offset: xxxx Failing Bits: zzzz

    Ê

    Contact your sales outlet or our Hotline/Help Desk.

    System battery is dead - Replace and run SETUP

    Ê

    Contact your sales outlet or our Hotline/Help Desk.

    System cache error - Cache disabled

    Ê

    Contact your sales outlet or our Hotline/Help Desk.

    nnnnK System RAM failed at offset: xxxx Failing Bits: zzzz
    If the error message appears repeatedly, please contact the place of purchase or our
    Hotline/Help Desk.
    System timer error

    Ê

    Contact your sales outlet or our Hotline/Help Desk.

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    Memory expansion
    Your notebook is equipped with a 128MB, 256MB or 512MB memory module. The notebook will not
    start without a memory module, as no fixed main memory is installed.

    !

    The notebook must be switched off when installing/removing the memory modules, it
    must not be in Suspend mode.
    Use only memory expansions which have been released for your notebook (128, 256,
    and 512 Mbyte modules, PC 266 DDR SO DIMM, 144 pin JEDEC).
    Never use force when installing or removing memory modules.
    Make sure that foreign objects do not fall into the memory module compartment.

    Installing memory modules
    Ê
    Ê
    Ê
    Ê
    Ê
    Ê
    Ê

    Switch the notebook off.
    Close the LCD screen so that it locks into place.
    Unplug the power adapter from the mains outlet.
    Disconnect all cables connected to the notebook.
    Turn the notebook over.
    Place the notebook on a flat surface.
    Remove the battery (see "Inserting and removing the battery").

    Removing cover

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    Memory expansion

    Ê
    Ê
    Ê

    Remove the screw (1).
    Fold open the cover in the direction of the arrow (2).
    Pull off the cover.

    Installing a memory module

    Ê
    Ê

    Insert the memory module, contacts first, into the slot (1).
    Carefully push the memory module downwards until you feel it latch into place (2).

    Testing memory module after the installation

    Ê

    Switch the notebook on and check whether the changed memory size is detected.

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    Windows XP will automatically change the memory space assignment.

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    Technical data
    Notebook
    Processor:

    Intel Pentium 4 as from 1.4 MHz

    Main memory:

    Maximum of 1 Gbyte PC 266 DDR So DIMM
    2 slots for 128, 256, 512 Mbyte modules
    144 pin JEDEC

    Disk drives:

    Floppy disk drive
    Hard disk drive
    Optical drive

    Electrical data
    Regulations complied with:

    CE, EN60950, Energy Star, SITO

    Maximum power draw:
    (notebook on with battery charging)

    approx. 90 W

    LCD display panel
    Display diagonal:

    14.1" XGA TFT
    15" XGA TFT
    15" SXGA+TFT

    Graphics
    Chip:

    ATI M6P

    Video memory:

    16 MB / 32 MB

    Supported resolutions on external monitor:
    Colour depth:

    1024x768
    24 bit

    Audio
    Sound:

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    Technical data

    Notebook

    Input devices
    Keyboard:

    84/85 keys

    Touchpad:

    3 keys

    Slots
    PC Card slots (CardBus/PCMCIA):

    PCMCIA 2 x Type I or II or 1 x Type III

    Ports
    PS/2 port:

    6-pin mini DIN female connector

    Parallel port:

    25-pin female connector, bi-directional, ECP
    capable

    Monitor port:

    15-pin female connector

    Serial port:

    9-pin male connector, RS232C

    Microphone jack:

    connector, mono

    SpDIF headphone/loudspeaker connector:

    connector, stereo

    Video port:

    7-pin mini DIN female connector

    USB port (Universal Serial Bus):

    twice

    Infrared interface:

    IrDA 1.1 (Max 4M)

    LAN connector:

    Female connector, RJ-45

    Modem port:

    Female connector, RJ-11

    IEEE1394 connection:

    S400, 4-pin

    Kensington Lock
    Environmental conditions
    Environment class 7K1

    DIN IEC 721

    Environment class 7M2

    DIN IEC 721

    Temperature:
    Operating (7K1)
    Transport (2K2)

    5 °C .... 35 °C
    -15 °C .... 60 °C

    Dimensions
    Width/depth/height:

    326 mm, 275 mm, 40/45 mm

    Weight (depending on configuration):

    approx. 3.6 kg

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    Battery

    Technical data

    Battery
    Charging time (when not in operation):

    approx. 3 to 4.5 hours

    Power adapter
    Primary

    ·
    ·

    Rated voltage:

    100 V to 240 V (automatic)

    Frequency:

    50 Hz to 60 Hz (automatic)

    Max. rated current:

    1.5 A

    Secondary

    ·
    ·

    Rated voltage:

    19 V 20 V

    Max. rated current:

    4.74 A / 4.5 A

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    Index
    5
    56k modem 30
    A
    Acoustic warnings 50
    Alt Gr key 17
    Audio device
    connecting 39
    external 40
    Audio input 12
    Audio output 12
    Audio port 40
    B
    Battery 13, 23 siehe Akku
    battery indicator 15
    capacity 6
    charge level 23, 25
    charging 23
    important notes 23
    installing 25
    lifetime 23
    lock 13
    removing 24
    self-discharge 6
    servicing 23
    storing 6
    Battery charge metre 23
    Beep, error message 50
    BIOS Setup 43
    calling 43
    changes
    reject 45
    saving changes 45
    default settings 44
    exiting 44
    Load Default Settings 44
    operating 44
    password
    changing 35
    delete 36
    setting 34, 35
    security functions 34
    settings 43
    starting 43
    unauthorised calling 33
    Board 4
    Buffer battery, load 47

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    CD/DVD
    inserting 28
    removing 28
    CD-ROM
    CD-ROM drive 12, 27
    CD-ROM drive, manually opening 28
    indicator 12
    insert/eject button 12
    opening the CD tray by hand 12
    CD-RW drive 27
    CE marking 5
    Changing font size 22
    Cleaner diskette 28
    Cleaning 7
    Combo drive 27
    Configuration, BIOS Setup 43
    Connection, IEEE1394 (FireWire) 12, 40
    Contents of delivery 9
    Copyright-protected technology 5
    Ctrl+Alt+Del 19
    Ctrl+C 19
    D
    Data transfer, infrared connection 41
    Date, not correct 47
    Date/Time incorrect 47
    DC IN jack 13
    Default settings 44
    Device
    connecting 37
    external 37
    Disposal 5
    Drive
    CD-ROM drive 12
    floppy disk drive 12
    indicator 16
    optical drive 12, 13
    Driver CD 47
    Drivers & Utilities 47
    DVD-ROM drive 27
    DVD-ROM drive, manually opening 28
    E
    Easy Launch
    keys 11, 20
    Launch Manager 20
    Eject button, PC card 26
    Electromagnetic compatibility 5
    Emergency removal, CD/DVD 28

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    Index

    Energy
    energy saving 5
    energy saving functions 5, 25
    power consumption 25
    power management, indicator 15
    Enter key 16
    Error message
    acoustic 50
    on the screen 51
    Error, correction 47
    ESD 4
    Ethernet LAN 31
    External loudspeaker, connecting 39
    F
    FireWire (IEEE1394) 40
    Floppy disk
    cannot write 50
    inserting 29
    removing 29
    working with 29
    write-protection 29
    Floppy disk drive 12, 28
    cleaning 28
    indicator 12
    transportation 28
    Fn+<- 19
    Fn+-> 19
    Fn+F1 18
    Fn+F2 18
    Fn+F3 19
    Fn+F5 19
    Front, view 12
    G
    Guarantee coupon booklet 9
    H
    Hard disk 27
    Hard disk, restoring the operating
    system 47
    Hardware, configuring 43
    Headphone port 37
    Headphones, connecting 39
    High-speed devices
    connecting 40
    external 40
    I
    IEEE1394 (FireWire) 40
    IEEE1394 (FireWire), connection 12
    Important notes 3

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    Indicator 11, 15
    battery 15
    Caps Lock 16
    CD-ROM 12
    drive 16
    floppy disk drive 12
    Num Lock 16
    power management 15
    power-on indicator 15
    Infrared connection 41
    Infrared interface 12
    Infrared-port 37
    K
    Kensington Lock 12, 33, 34
    Kensington MicroSaver 33
    Key
    Alt Gr 17
    Backspace 16
    Caps Lock 17
    cursor control keys 17
    Cursor key 17
    Easy Launch 11, 20
    Enter 16
    Fn 17
    Fn key 17
    Fn+F11 19
    Fn+F12 19
    Fn+F4 19
    menu 17
    numeric keypad 18
    Pause 17
    Return 16
    Shift 17
    Shift+Tab 19
    Start 17
    Tab 16
    Tab key 16
    Key combination 18
    Ctrl+Alt+Del 19
    Ctrl+C 19
    Fn+<- 19
    Fn+-> 19
    Fn+F1 18
    Fn+F11 19
    Fn+F12 19
    Fn+F2 18
    Fn+F3 19
    Fn+F4 19
    Fn+F5 19
    Shift+Tab 19

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    Index

    Keyboard 11, 16
    cleaning 7
    connecting 38
    external 38
    PS/2 keyboard 38
    PS/2 port 13
    Keyboard port 38
    L
    LAN
    Ethernet LAN 31
    LAN port 13, 37
    LCD screen 11
    brightness, adjusting the brightness 22
    cleaning 7
    is difficult to read 48
    opening 14
    reflected glare 48
    remains blank 47
    setting the font size 22
    settings 22
    synchronising the display 22
    LCD screen is blank 47
    LCD-display 15
    Left-hand side, view 12
    Lifetime, battery 23
    Load Default Settings 44
    Location, selecting the 9
    Loudspeaker 12
    M
    Manual removal, CD/DVD 28
    Memory configuration
    siehe Speichererweiterung
    Memory expansion
    installing 55, 56
    removing the cover 55
    testing 56
    Memory module 55
    compartment 13
    installing 55, 56
    removing the cover 55
    testing 56
    Memory, expansion 55
    Menu key 17
    Microphone jack 37
    Microphone, connecting 39
    Mobile operation 6
    Modem 30
    Modem port 13, 37
    Modem, connecting 31
    Monitor
    error message 51
    Monitor port 38 siehe Bildschirmanschluss

    440 N00052

    Monitor, external 48
    connecting 38, 40
    drifting display 48
    monitor port 13, 37, 40
    no screen display 48
    refresh rate 38
    remains blank 48
    S Video Out socket 13
    synchronise display 22
    Mouse
    connecting 38
    does not work 50
    external 38
    PS/2 mouse 38
    PS/2 port 13
    Mouse port 38
    N
    Notational conventions 2
    Notebook
    before you travel 6
    cleaning 7
    disconnecting devices 37
    not starting 49
    operating 11
    placing in service 9
    setting up 9
    stops working 49
    switching off 14
    switching on 14
    transporting 6
    Notes 3
    battery 23
    boards 4
    CE marking 5
    cleaning 7
    disposal 5
    energy saving 5
    manufacturer 5
    safety 3
    transporting 6
    Num Lock, indicator 16
    Numeric keypad 16, 18
    O
    Open notebook, view 11
    Operating, notebook 11
    Operation, preparing for 10
    Optical drive 12, 13, 27
    Overview, notebook 1

    63



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    P
    Packing material 9
    Palm rest 11
    Parallel port 13, 37, 38
    Password 33
    Password, BIOS Setup
    delete 36
    setting 34, 35
    Pause key 17
    PC card 26 siehe PC-Card
    eject button, push into 26
    Eject buttons 12
    installing 26
    removing 27
    slots 12
    Pointer, no mouse pointer 50
    Port 11
    audio devices 39, 40
    external devices 37
    external loudspeaker 39
    external monitor 40
    headphones 39
    high-speed devices 40
    infrared 12
    microphone 39
    monitor 38
    parallel 13
    printer 38
    projector 40
    PS/2 device 38
    S Video Out socket 40
    serial 13
    TV device 40
    USB port 39
    video devices 40
    Power adapter
    connecting 10
    setting up 9
    Power switch 11, 14
    Power, saving 5
    Power-on indicator 15
    Power-on password, setting 35
    Preparing for use 9
    Printer
    connecting 38
    does not print 50
    Projector
    connecting 40
    external 40
    S Video Out socket 13
    PS/2 port 13, 37, 38

    64

    R
    Rear, view 13
    Recovery CD 47
    Recycling 5
    Release for opening 12
    Restoring, operating system 47
    Right-hand side, view 12
    S
    S Video Out socket 13, 40
    Safety 3
    Security
    calling BIOS Setup 33
    functions in BIOS Setup 34
    Power-on password 35
    setup password 34
    unauthorised system access 33
    Security function, Kensington Lock 34
    Security functions 33
    Security functions, Survey 34
    Self-discharge 6
    Serial port 13, 37
    Setup siehe BIOS-Setup
    Setup password, setting 34
    Shift key 17
    Signs and symbols 2
    Standby mode, terminating 49
    Start disk for Windows ME 47
    Start key 17
    Status indicator panel 11, 15
    Storage, battery 6
    Summer time 47
    Survey, security functions 34
    Suspend mode, terminating 49
    Symbols, status indicator panel 15
    Synchronisation, screen display 22
    System configuration 43
    System settings, BIOS Setup 43
    T
    Television set
    external 40
    S Video Out socket 13
    Time, daylight savings 47
    Time, not correct 47
    Tips 47
    Touchpad 11, 21
    buttons 21
    cleaning 7
    dragging items 22
    executing commands 21
    moving the pointer 21
    scroll 22
    selecting items 21

    440 N00052



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    Index

    U
    Underside, view 13
    USB port 13, 37, 39

    Video output 37
    View
    front 12
    left-hand side 12
    open notebook 11
    rear 13
    right-hand side 12
    underside 13
    Volume
    adjustment 30, 39
    control 12

    V
    Video devices
    connecting 40
    external 40

    W
    Warm boot 19
    Wireless data transfer 41
    Write protection, floppy disk 29

    Transport 6
    Transport, damages 9
    Travel, notebook 6
    Troubleshooting 47
    TV out socket 37
    TV see television set
    TV set, connecting 40

    440 N00052

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