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USER GUIDE

USER GUIDE

Notebook’s User Guide
This manual guides you in setting up and using your new notebook. Information contained herein is for reference only and does not constitue a commitment on the part of the manufacturer or any subsequent vendor. No part of this manual may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopy, recording, or otherwise, without prior written permission.

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USER GUIDE

USER GUIDE AXIOO VER.MNC6.00
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TABLE OF CONTENT
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User Guide ........................................................................................... CONTENTS .......................................................................................... 1 INTRODUCTION................................................................................... About This User’s Manual ....................................................................... Notes For This Manual ............................................................................ Overview.................................................................................................. Not Included .................................................................................... Operating system ............................................................................ Feature Highlight ..................................................................................... Support Processor........................................................................... Chipset ............................................................................................ Wireless LAN (Optional) .................................................................. Memory System............................................................................... Express Card................................................................................... USB 2.0 ........................................................................................... Graphic System ............................................................................... Audio System .................................................................................. Insyde BIOS .................................................................................... Power and System Management .................................................... Unpacking the Notebook ......................................................................... Notebook Accessories ............................................................................. Knowing The Parts .................................................................................. Top Side .......................................................................................... Front Side ........................................................................................ Left Side .......................................................................................... Right Side ........................................................................................ Rear Side......................................................................................... Bottom Side ..................................................................................... i iii 1-1 1-2 1-2 1-3 1-3 1-3 1-3 1-3 1-4 1-4 1-4 1-4 1-4 1-4 1-4 1-4 1-4 1-5 1-5 1-6 1-6 1-8 1-8 1-9 1-10 1-11

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.... 3 LEARNING THE BASICS .....................................................................CONTENT Easy Launch Button .............................................. 7-in-1 Card Reader ................................................................................................................................................... Function Keys........................... Preparing your ntebook PC .......................................................... Switching Displays with Keyboard............. Removing CD/DVD........................................................................................................... Windows® Special Keys............ Advanced Configuration and Power Interface ... Keeping your self comfortable .................... Alt Keys........................................................................................ Fn................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Using the Notebook For the First Time................................................ Power System............. Using Touchpad ............................ Inserting CD/DVD ............................................................................................................................................. Using Keyboard .................................................. Using the Notebook ......................................... Character Keys...................... Using AC Power ............................................................................................................................................... Avoiding Strain and Strees ................................. Screen Control Keys ........................ Numeric Keys ............................................................... Ctrl........ Selecting a Place to work ................................................................................................. Make Sure You Have Everything ................................................................... Cursors Control Keys ......................................................................... Using Express Card.... Display Devices ................................. Touchpad Usage Illustration............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Power Adapter.......................................................................................... LED Status Indicators......................... Battery Power System ...................................................... Management Power Feature ............................................................... Using the Optical Driver................................................. 2 GETTING STARTED............................................................................................. 1-12 1-13 2-1 2-2 2-2 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-5 2-5 2-5 2-6 2-6 2-7 2-8 3-1 3-2 3-2 3-3 3-4 3-4 3-4 3-5 3-5 3-5 3-6 3-6 3-7 3-7 3-8 3-8 3-8 3-9 3-10 3-10 3-11 3-11 iv ................................................................................ Using Operating System.................................................................. How to Care the CD/DVD........................................... Turning Your Computer On and Off ...................

...................................................... Using the LAN Port ............................................................................................. Discharging The Battery Completely ........ Connecting the Modem to a Telephone Line.............. Using the Notebook at the Office .............................. Setting Up Communications ................................................................................................................ Adding a Printer ................................................ Conditioning a new Battery Pack ................. Battery Life ....................... Battery Power .................. Using an External Audio System ............................................................................................................................................. Parallel Printer ............... Using the Notebook Lock ................................... 4 BATTERY.................................................... What To Do When The Battery Runs Low ..................................................... USB Printer........................................................................ Conserving The Battery Power................................................................................................................................. Using Wireless Networking............................................................................................... Maximazing Battery Life ..................................................................................................... 3-12 3-12 3-12 3-13 3-13 3-14 4-1 4-2 4-2 4-2 4-2 4-3 4-4 4-4 4-4 4-4 4-4 4-5 4-5 4-5 4-5 4-5 4-6 5-1 5-2 5-2 5-3 5-3 5-4 5-4 5-5 5-5 5-5 5-6 5-6 5-7 5-7 v ...... What Is Wireless Networking?..................................................................................... Connecting External Speaker..................................................................................... Managing Power Usage ................................................................................................................... Using the USB Port ................ Checking the Battery Level......................................................................................................................CONTENT Inserting and Removing ExpressCard...................................................... Energy Saving Design ........... Using an External Monitor Port..................................................................................................... 5 CONNECTING TO THE PERIPHERAL ................................... Disposing Of Used Batteries Safely ....................................................................................................... Installing and Removing The Battery Pack.................................................................................. Connecting the Notebook to a Network............. Switching The External Monitor Port .......................................... Connecting a Microphone........................................................................................ Charging the Batteries................................................................................................................. Maintaining The Battery . Running The Notebook On Battery Power .................. Using the Wireless LAN........................................................................................... Charging The Battery Fully..................................................................

.......................................................................... Optical Drive Problems........................................................... Main Menu .................................................................... 5-7 6-1 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-5 6-7 6-8 7-1 7-2 7-2 7-2 7-2 7-2 7-2 7-4 7-4 7-4 7-5 7-6 7-7 7-7 7-8 7-9 8-1 8-2 8-4 8-5 8-5 8-6 8-6 8-7 9-1 vi ............................................................ Preface ............................... Boot Menu ........ Precaution..................... Disk Drive Problems .................................................................................................................................................................................................. Maintaining The LCD Quality............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8 CARING FOR THE NOTEBOOK............................. Memory Module Problems ........................................................................ Advanced Menu.............................................................................................................. Modem Problems ..................................................................................................... Cleaning The Notebook ................................................................................................................ When You Travel . Sound System Problems .........................................................................................................................................................................................................CONTENT Using the Modem Port ............. Maintaining The Harddisk ......................................... Viruses........................ 9 INSTALLING DRIVER FOR WINDOWS® ..................................... Problems When You Turn On The Notebook.................................................................................................................... 7 IF SOMETHING GOES WRONG ............. The Notebook Display “Non-System disc” or “disc error” message The Notebook Is Not Accesing the Operating System ..................................................... 6 BIOS CONFIGURATION ....................................................................... Tips For Using Notebook ................................ Failing the POST .............. Fixing Device-Realted Problems .............................................................. Power Problems ...................................................... Keyboard Problems ................... The Notebook Will Not Start ............................................................................. Printer Problems............................................................................................................. Security Menu............................................................................ Battery Care Guidelines ............................................................................................................................................................................................... POST (Power on Self Test) ......................... Display Problems............................................... Exit Menu .........................

.......... Installing Card Driver .......... Installing Wireless LAN Driver (Optional) ....................................... Installing Modem device driver ........................... Power Option Configuration .......................................CONTENT Installing operating System For Notebook.. Installing Windows® Vista® Using Axioo Recovery DVD (Optional) ........................................... Internet Connection by Using a Modem .................................................................................... Installing PC Camera driver (Optional)................ Appendix A: Specification........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... ® 9-2 9-2 9-4 9-6 9-10 9-10 9-11 9-12 9-12 9-13 9-13 9-14 9-14 9-15 9-15 9-15 9-16 9-16 9-16 9-17 10-1 10-2 10-2 10-4 10-5 10-6 How To Activate Windows® XP by Using a Modem ...................................................................................................... APPENDIX ............................................................................................ Installing the VGA device driver ................... How To Activate Windows® XP .................................... Setting The Notebook Configuration For Windows® ................. Installing the Audio device driver................................................................................................... 10 CONFIGURATION FOR WINDOWS®.............................................................................................................. How To Activate Windows XP by Using The Internet............................................ Installing Windows® XP ............................ Appendix C: ISO 13406-2.................. Installing Touchpad Driver. Installing Driver For Windows® XP & Windows® Vista® .......................... Wireless Networking Cofiguration ............ Installing Hotkey Driver....................... Installing Windows® Vista® ................................ Appendix B: Warranty............................................. Installing Notebook Driver ......... Installing LAN Driver.......................... How To Activate Windows® XP by by a Phone .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. How To Activate Windows® Vista®........... A-1 A-2 A-7 A-12 vii ............................................ Configuring the Touch Pad and Button .................

CHAPTER 1 – INTRODUCTION 1. INTRODUCTION About This User’s Manual  Notes For This Manual  Overview  Feature Highlight  Knowing the Parts  1-1 .

This User’s Manual provides information on the various components in the Notebook PC and how to use them. Notes For This Manual A few notes and warnings in bold are used throughout this guide that you should be aware of in order to complete certain tasks safely and completely. or persons.CHAPTER 1 – INTRODUCTION About This User’s Manual You are reading the Notebook PC User’s Manual. These notes have different degrees of importance as describe below: NOTE: Tips and information for special situations.  WARNING! Useful information that must be followed for safe operation.  IMPORTANT!  Vital  information  that  must  be  followed  to  prevent  damage  to  data. components.  DANGER! Do not follow or do this step.  1-2 .

Not Included – Operating System (e. so that you can get all PC’s performance with all notebook’s performance.g. you will find this manual refers to the following operating systems: • • Microsoft® Windows® XP (Home or Professional) Microsoft® Windows® Vista® NOTE: If using Windows® XP operating system make sure you have installed  Windows® XP Service Pack 2. This notebook uses the platform with certified Intel® Celeron® M and Intel® Core™ 2 Duo Mobile Technology that offers double CPU performance when multitasking. Operating System – Your notebook may already come with system software pre-installed.60 GHz. or where you are re-configuring your notebook for a different system.86/ 2. FSB 533MHz.73/ 1. we will first introduce you to other notable features of your notebook.  Feature Highlight Before we go to identify each part of your Notebook. Intel® Core™2 Duo T9300/ T9500 ~ 2. integrated with cache memory 6MB L2 1-3 . Windows® XP or Windows® Vista®) have their own manuals. FSB 800 MHz. If you have questions about the operating systems or programs then please consult the appropriate manuals.13 GHz.CHAPTER 1 – INTRODUCTION Overview This manual refers to the hardware and essential software required to run the notebook. integrated with cache memory 1MB L2.50/ 2.00/ 2. Where this is not the case. Support Processor • • Intel® Celeron® M Processor 530/ 540/ 550 /560 ~ 1.

Inside BIOS – Phoenix BIOS Technology.00 GHz. USB 2. Audio System – High Definition Audio. FSB 800 MHz. compatible with Direct Sound 3D. Built-in Digital Microphone and two speakers.0C. To execute power management.20/ 2.0 – Provides three USB 2. • • Suspend hot key allows you to suspend the system operation instantly and resume at the press of the power button. Chipset – SIS M672 + SIS968 Chipset Wireless LAN (Optional) – Using Wireless 802.CHAPTER 1 – INTRODUCTION • • • • Intel® Core™2 Duo T8100/ T8300 ~ 2. FSB 800 MHz. support Microsoft DirectX® 9.11b/g for support wireless LAN. integrated with cache memory 4MB L2 Intel® Core™2 Duo T7100/ T7250 ~ 1. integrated with cache memory 3MB L2 Intel® Core™2 Duo T7300/ T7500/ T7700 ~ 2. Power and System Management • Integrated SMM (System Management Mode) on system chipset that shuts down components not in use to reduce power consumption. Password System for User and Supervisor included on the BIOS SETUP Program to protect unauthorized use of your notebook.86/ 2.40 GHz. integrated with cache memory 2MB L2 Fully compatible with an entire library of PC software based on operating system such as Windows® XP and Windows® Vista®. you can set up the parameter in Power Options properties at Control Panel of Windows®.00/ 2. Memory System – This notebook provides two memory slots for installing DDRII SDRAM 200-pin SODIMM module up to 2GB using 533/667 MHz DDRII SDRAM module.40 GHz. S/PDIF Digital Output.0 for fastest I/O data transmission with speed 480Mbps (High-Speed USB). FSB 800 MHz. 1-4 .10/ 2. Graphic System – SIS Mirage 3 up to 256MB.

The AC adapter charges the battery whether the notebook is switched off or switched on. your notebook can also be powered through the internal battery pack.Aside from the AC adapter. Battery . Change your power cord when visiting a country with a different connector outlet. Notebook Accessories This notebook is equipped with AC adapter accessories and a Li-Ion battery. the shipping carton should also contain the following items: • • • • • • Notebook User Manual AC Adapter and Power Cable Li_Ion Battery Utility CD RJ-11 Cable Carefully inspect each component to make sure that nothing is missing and/or damaged.CHAPTER 1 – INTRODUCTION Unpacking The Notebook Your notebook comes securely packaged in a sturdy cardboard shipping carton.ovide long computing hours when fully charged and power management enabled. It is also very important to have the battery pack always charged to prevent battery cell degradation. 1-5 . You should always leave the battery inside your notebook even when using the AC adapter as it also acts as a back-up power supply in case power from the AC adapter is cut off.The AC Adapter supplies external power to your notebook and charges the internal battery pack simultaneously. AC Adapter . The AC adapter has an auto-switching design that can connect to any 100VAC ~ 240VAC power outlets. notify your dealer immediately. open the carton and carefully remove the contents. Upon receiving your notebook. If any of these items is missing or damaged. In addition to this User Guide. The battery pack uses rechargeable Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) battery cells that pr.

• LCD display can be controlled with two (2) hotkey to increase and decrease the brightness of the LCD.3 mega pixel CMOS web camera. LCD TFT 14.CHAPTER 1 – INTRODUCTION Knowing the Parts Top Side No 1 2 Icon Item Built-in Camera (Optional) Display Screen Description The built-in camera for video communication with a 1. Here are generally features: • LCD TFT 14.1” screen with a display resolution of 1280 x 800 WXGA. Capable displays to the LCD or an external monitor. Also called Liquid-Crystal Display (LCD). 1-6 . • Capable of displaying 16 million colors (32 bit true color) for all size screen.1” Color with display resolution 1280 x 800 WXGA. displays computer output. This notebook can be adjusted the display position.

or may be configured to perform a variety of functions ( see ”Using Touchpad”on page 3-5). The right Touch Pad button has same functions of a right mouse button.  1-7 . built-in microphone for sound It functions has the same way as a two-button mouse. Light-Emitting Diodes (LEDs) that light up to 9 LED Status Indicators show the status of the computer's functions and components. Touch-sensitive pointing device which functions like a computer mouse. Provides all functions a standard keyboard • The computer has a “Win Key” keyboard including a numeric keypad. The central button may be used to scroll up and down. (see “Turning on the Notebook” on page 2-5). is a  display technology where each pixel is controlled y from one to four  transistors.10-6).CHAPTER 1 – INTRODUCTION 3 4 Speaker Power Button Left and right speakers deliver stereo audio output. NOTE: TFT (Thin Film Transistor) LCD’s. often referred to as active‐matrix. 7 8 Built-in Microphone Touchpad and Button Internal recording. the left Touch Pad button has same functions of a left mouse button. For entering data into your computer. This button may also be configured to be used as a suspend/resume key in the power management control panel of your operating system (see “Power Option Configuration” on page. Turns the computer on and off. • Wide extra space below the keyboard panel for your wrist or palm to rest comfortably when typing or using the notebook. 5 6 Easy-lauch Button Keyboard Buttons for launching frequently used program. TFT screens provide better resolution than other types of flat‐ panel LCD displays. Using Fn key to enable the system function (see “Function Keys” on page 3-3).

Note: Do not cover or obstruct 3 4 1-8 . Indicators Left Side No 1 2 Icon Item DC-In Jack External Monitor (VGA) Port LAN RJ-45 Jack Ventilation Slots and cooling fan Description Connects to an AC adapter. even after prolonged use. Connects to an Ethernet 10/100-based network.g. Enable the computer to stay cool. Connects to a display device (e. This  could cause data loss or damage. LCD projector).  Front Side No 1 Gambar LED Detil Status Fungsi Light-Emitting Diodes (LEDs) that light up to show the status of the computer's functions and components.CHAPTER 1 – INTRODUCTION WARNING: Do not to turn off the notebook when the drive is accessing. external monitor..

Connect to USB 2.    Right Side No 1 2 3 4 5 Icon Item S/PDIF Out Jack Microphone Jack Headphone Jack USB 2.g.. accepts CDs or DVDs. headphones).g. USB mouse. DVD-R or DVD-RW. it can read and write CD-R.0 Port Optical Drive Description Audio Digital Output Accepts input from external microphones. Accept (MMC/ RSMMC/ SD/ MiniSD/ MS/ MS Pro/MS Duo) NOTE: If the power rating of your USB device is 550mA or above.0 devices (e. To connect an Express Card/34 or Express Card/54.. USB mouse. USB camera). CD-RW. Optical disk drive allows you to load and starts programs from CD or DVD and play conventional audio CD. USB camera).0 devices (e. Connects to audio line-out devices (e.. 1-9 . Internal optical drive. make sure  you use the power supply which comes with the device.CHAPTER 1 – INTRODUCTION the opening of the fan 5 6 7 USB 2.0 Port Express Card Slot 7-in-1 Card Reader Connect to USB 2.g. speakers.

7 IMPORTANT: Set your system’s volume to a reduced level before connecting  to this jack. Connects to a Kensington-compatible computer security lock.10 . 1 .  Rear Side No 1 Icon Item Battery Bay Description Houses the computer's battery pack.CHAPTER 1 – INTRODUCTION 6 RJ-11 Phone Jack Kensington Lock Slot Connects to a phone line.

even after prolonged use. Enable the computer to stay cool. Houses the computer's Bluetooth pack.CHAPTER 1 – INTRODUCTION Bottom Side No 1 2 Icon Item Battery Bay Bluetooth Module Cover Ram and CPU Bay Cover Ventilation Slots and cooling fan Harddisk bay Cover Description Houses the computer's battery pack. 4 5 1 .11 . 3 Houses the computer's CPU pack. Note: Do not cover or obstruct the opening of the fan Houses the computer's hard disk (secured with screws).

Icon Description Activate the Default E-mail Browser Activate the Default Internet Browser Toggle Silent Mode (for power saving) 1 .CHAPTER 1 – INTRODUCTION Easy Launch Button The notebook provides these buttons for quick launch programs and functions.12 .

13 .CHAPTER 1 – INTRODUCTION LED Status Indicators Each LED is marked with an icon to designate the system status Icon Color Orange Green Blinking Green Orange Green Blinking Orange Green Orange Green Green Green Green Description DC Power is Plugged In The Computer is On The Computer is in Sleep Mode The Battery is Charging The Battery is Full Charged The Battery Has Reached Critically Low Power Status The (optional) Wireless LAN Module is On The (optional) Bluetooth Module is On Hard Disk Activity Number Lock is activated (press Fn+NumLk to activate) Scroll Lock is activated (press Fn+Scrlk to activate) To activate or close output of audio signal 1 .

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CHAPTER 2 – GETTING STARTED 2. GETTING STARTED Make Sure You Have Everything  Preparing Your Notebook PC  Power System  Using The Notebook For The First Time  Using The Notebook  2-1 .

If any items are missing and/or damaged. make sure that you have received all items/components. Install the battery pack 2. 1.CHAPTER 2 – GETTING STARTED Make Sure You Have Everything Before moving on the next set of instructions. Connect the AC Power Power 2-2 . notify your dealer immediately (see “Unpacking Your Notebook” on page 1-5). Read the later pages for detailed information on using your Notebook PC. Preparing your Notebook PC These are only quick instructions for using your Notebook PC.

do not force the display panel down to the table or else the hinges may break! Never lift the Notebook PC by the display panel! The power switch turns ON and OFF the Notebook PC or putting the Notebook PC into sleep or hibernation modes. 2-3 . Turn ON the Notebook PC IMPORTANT! When opening. Open the display panel 4. Your Notebook PC comes with a universal AC-DC adapter. Power System Using AC Power The Notebook PC power is comprised of two parts : • • Power Adapter. That means that you may connect the power cord to any 100V-120V as well as 220V-240V outlets without setting switches or using power converters. Power Adapter The power adapter converts AC power from a wall outlet to the DC power required by the Notebook PC.CHAPTER 2 – GETTING STARTED 3. Battery Power System.

  Never  pull  directly  on  the  power  cable  to  unplug  it.  Never remove the power plug from the outlet with wet hands. DANGER:  To  avoid  electric  shock.  IMPORTANT:  Using  the  wrong  AC  power  could  damage  your  notebook.  or  apply  treat  to  the  power  cable.CHAPTER 2 – GETTING STARTED It is always best to ask an experienced traveler about AC outlet voltages when bringing power adapters to another country. It can cause a fire  or explosion. Whenever possible.  If  the  power  cable  becomes  damaged  or  the  plug  overheats.  Hold  the  power  plug  when removing the cable from outlet. This ensures continues power supply and prevents any data loss incurring from sudden power breakdown. 2.  discontinue  use. Plug the AC adapter into an AC electrical outlet. 1.  do  not  modify  forcibly  bend. Plug the DC output cable into the DC power jack of your notebook.  damage.  DANGER: Never charge the battery using other AC power. it is advisable to always have the AC power connected to the notebook and the battery pack installed.  2-4 .  place  heavy  objects  on  top  of. Follow these steps to connect the AC power to the notebook.

Once the notebook is connected to a power outlet. 2-5 . you must charge it. (see “Introduction” on page. simply press and release the power button below the LCD screen. IMPORTANT: Once the battery is charged for the first time. avoid leaving the  notebook  plugged  in  and  turned  off  for  more  than  a  few  hours  at  a  time. you may adjust the brightness by using the hot keys. standard boot information such as the BIOS version can be seen.  Battery Power System Before you can use the battery to power the notebook.CHAPTER 2 – GETTING STARTED IMPORTANT: The power adapter may become warm to hot when in use. To turn on the computer.1-7). the battery charges about 4 hours. When the notebook is turned on and is not consuming full power (under 18W).  Continuing to charge a fully charged battery can damage the battery. If necessary. Turning your computer on and off. If you press [Tab] during the splash screen. you can charge the battery with the notebook turned off or on. Press [ESC] and you will be presented with a boot menu with selections to boot from your available drives. If you need to run the BIOS Setup to set or modify the system configuration. When the notebook is turned off. Connect notebook to an AC power outlet using the AC power and power cable. the battery charges in about 4 o 11 hours. press [F2] upon boot up to enter the BIOS Setup.  Using The Notebook For The First Time The Notebook PC’s power-ON message appears on the screen when you turn it ON. be  sure not to cover the adapter and keep it away from your body.

there are several things that can be used for guidance or tips. Turning off the notebook  during its initial startup will cause an error next time you start the notebook. Click on Start then click on Shutdown Use the power button. do any off the following: 1. Use the Widows shutdown command. NOTE:  If  you  cannot  power  off  the  computer  normally. Leave enough space around the notebook and other equipment to provide adequate ventilation and prevent overheating 2-6 .  If  you  turn  off  the  computer  and  want  to  turn  it  on  again. which is large enough for the notebook and any other items you need to use.  To turn the power off. never turn off the notebook while a drive is  in use.  do  not  turn  it  off  until the operating system has loaded completely.CHAPTER 2 – GETTING STARTED NOTE:  When  turning  on  the  notebook  for  the  first  time.  pres  and  hold  the  power  for  more  than  four seconds  to  shut  down  the  computer. such as a printer.  Using The Notebook Before using the notebook. Selecting a Place to Work Place the notebook on a flat surface.  wait  at  least  two  seconds  before powering up.  IMPORTANT: To avoid data loss. 2. You can also put the computer in sleep mode by pressing Fn + F1.

80% non-condensing humadity. However. • Dust. if you maintain  physical contact with the notebook for a long time (if you rest the notebook  on your lap. If  the  notebook  does  not  operate  correctly  after  you  turn  it  back  on. While the temperature may not feel too hot to touch. with a little care and proper use of the equipment. your skin might suffer low‐heat injury.  IMPORTANT:  Never  apply  heavy  pressure  to  the  notebook  or  subject  it  to  sharp  impacts.  Keeping Yourself Comfortable Strain and stress injuries are becoming more common as people spend more time using their notebooks. and direct sunlight. IMPORTANT: if you spill liquid into the notebook. • Liquids and corrosive chemicals. If the notebook is used for long periods. turn it off. and let it completely dry before turning it on again.  contact  your dealer. such as stereo speakers (other that speaker that are connected to the notebook) or speakerphones. protect your work area from: • Equipment that generates a strong electromagnetic field. unplug it from  the AC power source. you can work comfortably throughout the day. 2-7 . for example).CHAPTER 2 – GETTING STARTED To keep your notebook in prime operating condition. its case can become very  warm. Use the notebook within a temperature range of 5° – 35° C and 20% .  WARNING:  Avoid  prolonged  physical  contact  with  the  underside  of  the  notebook.  Excessive  pressure  or  impact  can  damage  notebook  component. moisture.

Take frequent breaks to change position. stretch your muscles. Frequent and short breaks are better than fewer and longer breaks. If you are using an external monitor. 2. Place the notebook on a flat surface at a comfortable and distance. Focusing your eyes on your notebook screen for long periods can cause eyestrain. Strech and exercise your body several times a day. If possible. 4. Take periodic breaks when you work at the notebook for long periods of time. 2. Alter your posture frequently. 2-8 .CHAPTER 2 – GETTING STARTED 1. 2. Avoiding Strain and Stress The key to avoiding discomfort or injury fron strains is to vary your activities. 1. and relieve your eyes. 5. Look away from the notebook. Avoid performing repetitive activities for long periods. A break of two or three minutes every half hours is more effective than a long break after several hours. Use tinted wondows or shades to reduce glare. 3. the top of the display should be no higher then eye level. schedule a variety of tasks into your working day. Use a chair with a back and adjust it to support your lower back comfortably. Finding ways to break up the routine can reduce stress and improve your efficiency. Position the display panel or external monitor so that sunlight or bright indoor lighting does not reflect off the screen. wrists. 3. Avoid placing your notebook in front of a bright light that could shine directly in your eyes. and hands in a relaxed position Remember to: 1. Intersperse such activities with other tasks. 3. Keep your forearms.

LEARNING THE BASIC   Learning the Basics  Using Operating System  Using Touchpad  Display Devices    Management Power Feature  Using the Optical Drive  7‐in‐1 Card Reader  Using Express Card  Using the Notebook at the Office  Setting Up Communications  3-1 .CHAPTER 3 – LEARNING THE BASICS 3.

then you would be up and running after you power on your computer and boot up the system. Using Keyboard Your notebook is equipped with a standard keyboard that provides all the functionality of a full-sized 101 or 102-keys IBM keyboard. It is the platform for all your software application programs to run on. read the manual book of operating system and the mechanism on the notebook. A side from the standard typewriter-layout keyboard of your notebook. Using Operating System The operating system is a must ingredient in using your computer. The most popular operating system today is Microsoft® Windows®. If you are a beginner in computer and operating system. If you have an operating system already installed in your computer.CHAPTER 3 – LEARNING THE BASICS Learning the Basics In this section will be described how to use standard features in the notebook for your daily activity. there are a number of extra features and function controls on the built-in keyboard including Windows® system hot keys. 3-2 .

LCD <Fn>+ <F7> Switches Display + CRT Simultaneous). function keys marked with icons execute specific functions on the notebook.5 Module Switch Touchpad Switch LCD backlight Switch Mute Switch Sleep Volume Down Volume Up Touchpad toggle <Fn>+ <F2> <Fn>+ <F3> <Fn>+ <F4> <Fn>+ <F5> <Fn>+ <F6> Turn LCD backlight off Mute Puts the computer in Sleep mode Audio Volume Down Audio Volume Up Switches Display Mode (LCD. CRT. Switches the video image to the next display or both displays simultaneously <Fn>+ <F8> <Fn>+ <F9> Brightness Down Brightness Up Increases the screen brightness Decreases the screen brightness 3-3 .CHAPTER 3 – LEARNING THE BASICS Function Keys The function keys (not to be confused with the Fn key) are the 12 keys at the top of the keyboard.5G 3. Used in combination with the Fn key. F1 through F12 are called function keys because they perform programmed functions when pressed. HotKey <Fn> + ~ Icon Function Play/Pause Description Media Play/Pause 3.5 Module Power Toggle <Fn>+ <Fn>+ <F1> 3.

3-4 . The Caps Lock LED on the keyboard indicator panel illuminates when you press the Caps Lock. The spacebar creates a space character instead of just passing over an area of the page. Character Keys Typing with the character keys is very much like typing on a typewriter. 1. For more information. Windows® Special Keys The keyboard provides two keys that have special functions in Windows®. The uppercase letter O and the number 0 are not interchangeable. The Application key has the same function as the secondary mouse (or the Track point) button. Fn and Alt Keys The Ctrl. The lowercase letter I and the number 1 are not interchangeable.the number and symbol keys are not affected. 3. 2. see your program documentation. The My Computer key has the same function to open My Computer folder.CHAPTER 3 – LEARNING THE BASICS Camera Switch On/Off Wireless LAN Switch On/Off Bluetooth Switch On/Off <Fn>+ <F10> PC Camera Switch <Fn>+ <F11> Wireless LAN Switch <Fn>+ <F12> Bluetooth Switch Ctrl. The Caps Lock keys shift the letter keys to upper case. Fn and Alt keys do different things depending on the program you are using. 3. except that: 1. The Windows® logo key activates the Start menu. 2.

Move the cursor to the left one space at a time. PgDn Moves the cursor down one screen at a time. Left Arrow Key Right Arrow Key Screen Control Keys Icon Keys Home Function Description Moves the cursor to the beginning of a screen or line. PgUp Moves the cursor up one screen at a time. Down Arrow Key Move the cursor down one line at a time.CHAPTER 3 – LEARNING THE BASICS Cursor Control Keys Icon Keys Up Arrow Key Function Description Move the cursor up one line at a time. Move the cursor to the right one space at a time. End Moves the cursor to the end of a screen or line. Numeric Keys To turn the numeric keys on and off. The numeric mode light on the status panel glows when the numeric key is on (see “Keyboard Indicators” on page 1-13). 3-5 . press Fn + Num Lock keys simultaneously.

and the system launches the corresponding program. press the left button or use your fingertip to touch the touchpad lightly.This is a common skill for launching a program directly from the corresponding icon you select.CHAPTER 3 – LEARNING THE BASICS Using Touchpad Light pressure with the tip of your finger is all that is required to operate the touchpad. The following 2 examples produce the same results. Double Clicking Double Tapping Press the left button twice and release Lightly but rapidly strike the touchpad twice 3-6 .With the cursor over an item. Because the touchpad is electrostatic sensitive. Move the cursor over the icon you wish to execute. Clicking Tapping Press the left cursor button and release Lightly but rapidly strike the touchpad Double-clicking/Double-tapping . Touchpad Usage Illustrations Clicking/Tapping . objects cannot be used in place of your fingers. press the left button or tap the pad twice in rapid succession. The touchpad’s primary function is to move the cursor around or select items displayed on the screen with the use of your fingertip instead of a standard desktop mouse. keeping your finger on the touchpad until the item is selected. The following illustrations demonstrate proper use of the touchpad. The following 2 examples produce the same results. The selected item will change color.

 Also  do not expose Glide pad to any magnetic source object. sliding finger on touchpad during second strike. The following illustrations produce the same results. while simultaneously pressing the F3 key. and while keeping the left button depressed. moving the cursor to the desired location. 2. If you have not installed the video driver. you can also use an external VGA monitor as your display device. Switching Displays with Keyboard You can switch display devices with the Fn + Display (F3) toggle. To switch the display options: 1.  Display Devices Besides the built-in LCD. With the video driver installed.CHAPTER 3 – LEARNING THE BASICS Dragging . you can simply double-tap on the item and hold while dragging the item with your fingertip. A VGA monitor connects to the external monitor (VGA) port. Or. You can move the cursor over the item you select. 3-7 . Press and hold the Fn key. Plug the VGA monitor into the appropriate port. refer to Chapter 9 for setup instructions. Dragging Clicking Dragging Tapping Hold left button and slide finger on touchpad Lightly strike the touchpad twice. you also can use its built-in controls to switch the display options. WARNING : Avoid spilling any liquid on the Glide pad surface and always  keep the Glide pad surface and pointing finger dry from sweat built‐up. then release the button.Dragging means to pick up an item and place it anywhere on the screen you wish.

it enables the OS to set devices into low-power states based on user settings and information from applications. the external display alone and the LCD and the external display together. CD-RW. Management Power Feature To conserve power. NOTE: Power management functions will vary slightly depending on your  operating system. You may toggle through the options to display the notebook’s LCD only. your notebook computer uses the ACPI power management system. Advanced Configuration and Power Interface The ACPI interface provides the computer with enhanced power saving techniques and gives the operating system (OS) direct control over the power and thermal states of devices and processors. For example. DVD. Combo Drive (CD-ROM.CHAPTER 3 – LEARNING THE BASICS 3. For more information it is best to refer to the user’s  manual of your operating system. You can run a program from CD or DVD and play conventional audio CD. DVD) or DVD-RW (CD-ROM. 3-8 . DVD-ROM. also can write the CD by using CD-R or CD-RW. Power management conserves power by controlling individual components of the computer (the monitor and hard disk drive) or the whole system. DVD-RW) depending on the model you purchased.  Using the Optical Drive Your system ships with CD-ROM. especially when using the battery. CD-RW. depend on type of optic drive you have. ACPI is fully supported in Windows® XP.

Slowly push the drive’s tray back in. Be careful not to touch the CD drive lens and other mechanisms. Push down un both sides of the disc’s center until the disc snap onto the hub. The hub should be higher than the disc when correctly mounted. press the drive’s eject button and the tray will eject out partially. When the drive stops. The drive will begin reading the table of contents (TOC) on the disc. Gently pull on the drive’s front panel and slide the tray completely out. NOTE: It is normal to hear as well as feel the CD spinning with great intensity  in the CD drive while data is read. Hold the disc by the edge and face the disc’s printed side up.CHAPTER 3 – LEARNING THE BASICS Inserting CD/DVD While the Notebook PC’s power is ON. Make sure there are no obstructions that may get jammed under the drive’s tray.  3-9 . the disc is ready to be used.

 Always watch the CD closely while  closing the tray slowly to prevent damage.  How to care the CD 1.10 . the CD  can be damaged when the tray is closed. Don’t place CDs to direct sunlight or extreme heat or cold. 3 . Do not used the emergency eject in place of the electronic eject. Don’t apply a label to. the surface of a CD. Don’t bend a CD or place heavy objects on top of it. or otherwise mar. Fingerprints on the surface of a CD can prevent the CD-ROM drive reading the data properly. The emergency eject is located in a hole on the optical drive and is used to eject the optical drive tray in case the electronic eject does not work or when the Notebook PC is OFF. 5. Hold a CD by its outside edge. 3. Store your CDs in their original containers to protect them from scratches and keep them clean. Note: Make sure not to stab the activity indicator located in the same area. 4. 2.CHAPTER 3 – LEARNING THE BASICS Removing CD/DVD Eject the tray and gently pry the edge of the disc upwards at an angle to remove the disc from the hub. WARNING: If the CD disc is not properly locked onto the center hub.

moisten the cloth with water or a neutral cleaner (not benzene or rubbing alcohol). 7-in-1 Card Reader The card reader allows you to use some of the latest digital storage cards. 4. 7. 3. Let the CD dry completely before inserting it in the drive. dry cloth-starting from the center of the CD and wiping toward the outward edge. Push the card into the slot and it will appear as a removable device. e. If necessary. Don’t wipe using a circular motion. Express Card is the successors to PCMCIA (PC Card). wipe it with a clean.g. Compact Flash card reader. and can be accessed in the same way as your hard disk. 2. The number denotes the card width: 54mm for ExpressCard/54 and 34mm for ExpressCard/34. 5. make sure you install the Card Reader driver. make sure you install the Express Card driver. ExpressCard/54 is used for applications which require a larger interface. 6. 3 . Before use it.11 . 1.CHAPTER 3 – LEARNING THE BASICS 6. To clean a CD. MMC (MultiMedia Card) SD (Secure Digital) MS (Memory Stick) RSMMC MiniSD MS Pro MS Duo Using Express Card The notebook is equipped with an ExpressCard/34/54 slot that reads ExpressCard/34 and ExpressCard/54 formats. Before use it.

Using a Notebook Lock You may want to secure the notebook to a heavy object such as your desk. 3 . 2. To remove an Express Card. Make sure there is no way for a potential thief to slip the cable off the object. NOTE: Make sure you keep the rubber cover provided in the Express Card a  lot when not in use.CHAPTER 3 – LEARNING THE BASICS Inserting and Removing ExpressCard 1. The easiest way to do this is to purchase a notebook cable lock.  Using the Notebook at the Office By connecting an external monitor. 2. and a mouse. external full-size keyboard. An external monitor connects to the monitor port. Pass the locking end through the loop. simply press the card to eject it. 1.12 . This will help prevent foreign objects and/or dust  getting in to the Express Card. Any USB devices including an external keyboard and pointing device connect to the USB ports. you can work with the notebook as if it were a standard office notebook. Loop the cable through or around some part of a heavy subject. Align the Express Card with the slot and push it in until it locks into place.

or communicate across the telephone lines with another notebook. Setting Up Communications To connect to the internet. 3. 2. For more information you can see “Using the Modem Port” on page 5-7. The notebook is now securely locked. Insert the cable’s locking end into the security lock slot. 3 . A telephone line. WARNING: Never connect the Modular jack to a digital line. Digital line’s  high current can damage the modem. A modem (supplied with the notebook).  1. then rotate the key ¼ turn and remove it. NOTE: Disable Call Waiting before you connect through the modem. use an online service. you need: 1. Plug one end of a standard RJ-11 telephone cable into the modem port.  Connecting the Modem to a Telephone Line The Modem (RJ-11) telephone jack is for attaching a telephone line to the internal multinational modem. 4. Plug the other end of the RJ-11 telephone cable into the modular jack of a standard voice-grade telephone line. 2. Internet Service Provider (ISP) or online service if you plan to use the internet. A browser or communications program. Call  Waiting interrupts data transmission.CHAPTER 3 – LEARNING THE BASICS 3.13 .

  3 . NOTE: When you are connected to a network. For specific information about connecting a LAN or WAN. You can also access a network with wireless connection (Wi-Fi). The standby command can disrupt your network connection. consult your network administrator. 2. Ask your network administrator for the telephone number of the network. When you are at home or traveling. disable the Microsoft®  Windows®.14 . you need to connect a network cable with an RJ-45 connector to the LAN port. you need a dial-up connection.CHAPTER 3 – LEARNING THE BASICS NOTE: The plug may be different in your country. 3. At the office.  Connecting the Notebook to a Network To access a network: 1.

BATTERY Energy Saving Design Managing Power Usage Running the Notebook On Battery Power Battery Power Disposing Of Used Batteries Safely Installing and Removing the Battery Pack 4-1 .CHAPTER 4 – BATTERY 4.

Select the power scheme with the most appropriate settings for your notebook. 4-2 . point to Settings. you advised to adhere to recommendations set out below. Running the Notebook On Battery Power The notebook uses a removable Lithium Ion (Li-ION) battery pack that provides power when you are away from an AC power source. click Start. Managing Power Usage Your notebook’s power-saving options greatly increase the length of time you can use the notebook before you need to recharge the battery. This means the battery performance will diminish with time and use. Maximizing Battery Life Like all other batteries. your computer’s battery will degrade over time. You can recharge it many times. It has a number of other features that enhance its energy efficiency.CHAPTER 4 – BATTERY Energy Saving Design Your notebook enters a low-power state when it is not being used. double-click the Power Option icon to display the Power Option Properties window. Consult your Microsoft® Windows® documentation for more information on the Power Option utility. and then click Control Panel. To change the power usage mode. In Control Panel. To maximize your battery’s life. Keep in mind that changing any settings on the Power Option Properties window will modify the currently selected scheme.

CHAPTER 4 – BATTERY Conditioning a new Battery Pack Before you use a battery pack for the first time. the useful lifespan of the battery is adversely affected by the following usage patterns: • Using the computer on constant AC power with the battery inserted. In addition. • • Not discharging and recharging the battery to its extremes. you are advised to remove the battery pack after it is fully charged. A standard computer battery has a life span of about 300 charges. Connect the AC adapter and fully charge the battery. the faster it will reach the end of its effective life. there is a “conditioning” process that you should follow: 1. and will also shorten the effective lifespan of the battery. 6. If the computer is to be stored for more that two weeks. Fully deplete the battery until the battery-low warning appears. 2. you are advised to remove the battery pack from the unit. Reconnect the AC adapter and fully charge the battery again. as described above. Disconnected the AC adapter Turn on the computer and operate using battery power. 4. 5. Failure to follow this procedure will prevent you from obtaining the maximum battery charge. By following the battery conditioning process you condition your battery to accept the maximum possible charge. Use the conditioning process for all new batteries. Insert the new battery without turning the computer on. WARNING: Do not to expose battery packs to temperatures below 0oC (32oF) or above 45oC (113oF). Follow these steps again until the battery has been charged and discharged three times. Extreme temperatures may adversely affect the battery pack. Frequent use. 3. the more you use the battery. If you want to use constant AC power. or if battery hasn’t been used for a long time. 4-3 .

You can continue to operate your computer on AC power while your battery is charging. first make sure that it is correctly installed in the battery bay. However.CHAPTER 4 – BATTERY Charging the Battery To charge the battery. 4-4 . Rest the cursor over the battery/power icon on the taskbar to see the battery’s present charge level. and connect to a mains power outlet. and peripheral device attached. If you don’t manage to do any of these things before the battery completely runs out of power. 2. NOTE: You are advised to charge the battery before retiring for the day. Power Option settings in the OS will help prolong the battery life if configured appropriately. the notebook automatically enters Standby and keeps track of where you were so. including the programs you are running. Battery Power What to Do When the Battery Runs Low When the battery runs low you have these options: 1. charging the battery with the computer turned off results in a significantly faster charge time. when you turn on the power by using AC adapter again. Plug the AC adapter into the computer. Save your work and turn off the notebook. Charging the battery overnight before traveling enables you to start the next day with a fully charged battery Checking the battery level The Windows power meter indicates the current battery level. Plug the notebook into a live AC outlet and recharge the battery. you can continue where you left off. Battery Life Your notebook’s battery life is dependent upon many factors.

Maintaining the Battery Completely discharge and charge the battery at least once every 30 days or after about 20 partial discharges. Disable the Power Options function in the Control Panel. Disposing Of Used Batteries Safely You can recharge a main battery many times. just let the notebook use up all of the battery power and shut down on its own. To optimize the life and improve its performance. Please consult your service representative should you need to remove the battery for any reason. you must discard it responsibly. When the useful life of the battery expires or if the battery becomes damaged. so lowering the brightness level will save power. Batteries should not be disposed of together with household waste. As the battery nears the end of its life save and close any critical files. don’t stop until the LED charging indicator light changes from orange to green. It should last for years.CHAPTER 4 – BATTERY Battery life may be shortened through improper maintenance. Charging the Battery Fully When charging the battery. Conserving the Battery Power The LCD display consumes a lot of power. We recommend that you do not remove the battery yourself. Don’t turn off the notebook by yourself even when you see a message that indicates the battery critically low. fully discharge and recharge the battery at least once every 30 days. especially any Alarms (unclick the tick boxes) and Schemes (change all the settings to Never). 4-5 . Discharging the Battery Completely Use the notebook with battery power until it shuts down due to a low battery. Different applications and external devices consume battery power even when they are not being used (see the sidebar note for further recommendations on battery conservation).

CHAPTER 4 – BATTERY Installing and Removing the Battery Pack If you are confident in undertaking upgrade procedures yourself. 4-6 . IMPORTANT: Never Attempt to remove the battery pack while the Notebook PC is turned ON. as this may result in the loss of working data. To install the battery pack To remove the battery pack IMPORTANT: Only use battery packs and power adapters supplied with this Notebook PC or specifically approved by the manufacturer or retailer for use with this model or else damage may occur the Notebook PC. for safety reasons it is best to remove the battery.

CONNECTING TO PERIPHERALS Adding a Printer  Using the USB Port  Using an External Monitor  Using the External Audio System  Using the LAN Port  Using the Wireless LAN  Using the Modem Port  5-1 .CHAPTER 5 – CONNECTING TO PERIPHERALS 5.

Turn on the notebook. 4. USB Printer To connect with USB printer: 1. however it is always best to refer to the printer manual for specific instructions and configuration options. Connect the printer’s USB cable to one of the USB ports on the notebook. paper tray. Turn on the printer. 5. Set up the printer according to its instructions (unpacking. Operating System will identify the printer and either load one of its own drivers or ask you to supply one. 2. make sure you have installed  printer driver properly.CHAPTER 5 – CONNECTING TO PERIPHERALS Adding a Printer The most commonly used peripheral is a printer. 3.  5-2 . NOTE: When you are connecting a printer. toner/ink cartridge etc). The following conventions will help you to add a printer.

  Parallel Printer This is still the most common type of printer. 2. 3. paper tray. Personal computers equipped with USB will allow computer peripherals to automatically configure as soon as they are physically attached .without the need to reboot or run setup. Microsoft.CHAPTER 5 – CONNECTING TO PERIPHERALS NOTE: Make sure that the device is turn on before you try to use it. To connect with parallel printer: 1. Turn on the printer. toner/ink cartridge etc). Using the USB Port USB or Universal Serial Port is a peripheral bus standard developed by Compaq. 4. 5. IBM. NEC and Northern Telecom. Turn on the notebook. Intel. A Parallel to USB converter may be purchased at most computer stores. 5-3 . DEC. Set up the printer according to its instructions (unpacking. See the  manual book which is included in the device for further information. Windows® (some operating systems may require a driver to recognize the parallel to USB adapter) will identify the printer and either load one of its own drivers or ask you to supply one. Connect the printer’s parallel cable to the Parallel to USB converter. and then plug the converter into the USB port.

mouse. scanners. you can also use an external monitor (CRT) as your display device. with peripherals such as floppy drive.CHAPTER 5 – CONNECTING TO PERIPHERALS USB will also allow multiple devices to run simultaneously on a computer. digital cameras. 5-4 . or hubs. games devices and acting as additional plug-in sites. A monitor connects to the external monitor (VGA) port. CD-RW drives. keyboards. Using an External Monitor Besides the built-in LCD. printers. modems.

6. To connect self-powered external speakers do as follows: 1. You may want to play something audible to check the volume level. Plug the speakers into a power source. Turn on the notebook and adjust the volume from the volume control in the taskbar system tray.CHAPTER 5 – CONNECTING TO PERIPHERALS Switching the External Monitor Port Your notebook is equipped with VGA port. 4. voice commands or notebook telephony. you can switch display devices with the Fn + F3 toggle. To connect a microphone. Connecting a Microphone If you want to use a microphone for recording. an earphone or a powered speaker. you can also use its built-in controls to switch the display options. you will find the built-in audio ports. Position the speakers where you want them. Plug the mini plug connector from the speakers into the Headphone jack on the left side of the notebook. you can connect one to microphone jack. Turn on the speakers and adjust the volume control to no more than 80% of maximum. Make sure the microphone you get is a standard notebook microphone with a mini plug connector. 5-5 . 3. Connecting an External Speaker You can connect self-powered stereo speakers to the notebook to provide better sound reproduction than the built-in speakers and save wear on them. Turn off the notebook. 5. 2. Using an External Audio System At the right side of your notebook. do as follows: 1. You can connect a Microphone jack. With the video driver installed.

Connect one end of the cable into the network wall outlet or HUB. 5-6 . Locate the twisted-pair cable in the accessories box in notebook shipping carton. 2. The built-in LAN module provides a standard RJ-45 connector. Each end of the cable has a RJ-45 connector. Connect the other end of the cable into the computer RJ-45 LAN port. Plug the microphone into the microphone jack on the notebook. 3. Adjust the microphone volume in the Windows® Sounds and Multimedia control panel’s Audio panel section by clicking on the Volume button for Sound Recording. Using the LAN Port This notebook comes with an internal 10/100Mbps LAN module that connects your computer to other computers/networks through a LAN (Local Area Network) and supports data transfer rates at 10Mbps and can be up to 100Mbps. 3.CHAPTER 5 – CONNECTING TO PERIPHERALS 2. To connect the twisted-pair cable to your LAN port: 1.

Using the Modem Port This notebook comes equipped with a 56K internal fax/data modem that allows you to communicate with others via fax. and Gateway. This networking standard. or to connect to an online service or bulletin board.CHAPTER 5 – CONNECTING TO PERIPHERALS Using the Wireless LAN This section explains how to use the hardware and software that comprise the notebook’s Wireless Networking feature. Available Wireless Network will be displayed. The wireless network connection uses two-way radio transmission to communicate with an “Access Point” transceiver that is physically connected to the network by cable. To connect a wireless network. Select one of available network and press connect button. 5. is a high-speed wireless network connection that allows you to connect to a network without connecting a cable to the built-in LAN adapter via the LAN port. What is Wireless Networking? This notebook comes with an advanced Wireless Networking feature. If you are in Access Point area. follow these steps: 1. Open icon Wireless Network Connection in the taskbar. 3.11a/b/g/n. To connect the analog phone cable to your modem: 5-7 . Type IP address. 2. email. DNS. 4. Wireless LAN 802. Using Wireless Networking All the drivers and software you need to use the Wireless networking feature are preinstalled and set up on the notebook. Press hotkey button for Wireless LAN to run the wireless LAN module.

  5-8 . Each end of the cable has a RJ-11 connector 2. Digitally terminated lines improve the speed of data  transmission.  NOTE: Disable the call waiting feature before you connect it with the  modem.CHAPTER 5 – CONNECTING TO PERIPHERALS 1. Connect one end of the cable into a standard wall outlet. Call waiting can disturb data transmission. NOTE: The speed of data transmission is dependent on the quality of  telephone lines. Locate the analog phone cable in the accessories box in notebook shipping carton.

BIOS CONFIGURATION Preface Failing The POST Main Menu Advanced Menu Security Menu Boot Menu Exit Menu 6-1 .CHAPTER 6 – BIOS CONFIGURATION 6.

As the POST proceeds. Even if you are beginner. If there are no problems. If there is a problem that prevents the system from booting. the computer will tell you if there is anything wrong. If you have any doubts. consult your service representative. the Setup prompt (press <F2> to enter SETUP) will disappear and the system will load the operating system. Do not make any changes unless you are sure of what you are doing.g hard disk setup). including a quick test of the on-board RAM (memory). If your computer has never been set up. then you should review this chapter first and note the original settings found in Setup. Many of the settings are required by system. and changing them could cause it to become unstable or worse. you can’t get into Setup without rebooting. keep a record of the settings you find and any changes you make This information could be useful if your system ever needs servicing. it will display a system summary and prompt you to run Setup. POST (Power on Self Test) Each time you turn on the computer.CHAPTER 6 – BIOS CONFIGURATION Preface This chapter give a brief introduction to the computer’s built-in software. the system takes a few seconds to conduct a POST. or you are making important changes to the systems (e. 6-2 . Once that starts.

If you still get an error message after you change the setting. ”fatal” and ”non-fatal”. 3. BIOS information CPU type Memory Status. call for help. Non-Fatal Errors This kind of error still allows you to boot. of if ”cure” seems even worse. Press F1 to see if the boot process can continue. without the correct configuration. The POST screen on your computer may appear slightly different. 6-3 . 2. Failing The POST Error can be detected during the POST.CHAPTER 6 – BIOS CONFIGURATION 1. Take the computer to your service representative or authorized service center immediately. It may work. Enter Setup prompt appears only during POST NOTE: The POST screen as pictured is a guideline only. 4. Press F2 to run Setup program and try to fix the problem. Fatal Errors This stops the boot process and generally indicates that there is something seriously wrong with you system. You will get a message identifying the problem (make a note of this message!) followed by the prompt: • • Press <F1> to resume Press <F2> to enter the Setup. There are two categories.

6-4 .CHAPTER 6 – BIOS CONFIGURATION Accessing the BIOS Setup Program To access the BIOS Setup program. Processor Type – This field shows the processor type. press the [F2] key as soon as the computer starts up and you see the InsydeH2O BIOS screen. BIOS Version – This field displays current version of the BIOS. The information is automatically got from CPU. Main Menu System Time & Date . Hard Disk – The hard disk information is displayed with the manufacturer and model name.The hour is displayed in 24-hour format. Total Memory – This field shows the memory size of system total memory. Processor Speed – This field shows the maximum CPU speed. The values set in these two fields take effect immediately.

Selecting Security from the menu bar displays the Security menu. This section covers each Security parameter. data. and the BIOS Setup program. Legacy USB Support – Disabled: Disables the legacy USB support. Enabled: Enables the legacy USB support. The default is 256MB. 6-5 .CHAPTER 6 – BIOS CONFIGURATION Advanced Menu Totals Graphics Memory – This field displays the total onboard graphics memory. Security Menu The notebook’s advanced security system allows you to set a password to prevent unauthorized access to system resources.

A password can be entered using either upper or lower case letters. the password must be set. 6-6 . press Enter and the messages box is shown. Passwords are not case-sensitive. The passwords control access to the BIOS and certain Security menu options during system startup.CHAPTER 6 – BIOS CONFIGURATION A Note about Passwords The BIOS Setup program allows you to specify passwords in the Security menu. 09 and be eight characters in length. NOTE: The supervisor password must be set before the power-on password can be set. When this field is highlight. and re-enter password in the field Confirm New Password for verification. Supervisor Password is/Power-On Password is – These two fields indicate if the Supervisor/Power-On Passwords are set or not. it should be composed of characters A-Z. If password on boot is required. Set Supervisor Password/Set Power-On Password – A message is always shown when entering this field. When you choose your password. otherwise it cannot be enabled. User can type the password in the field Enter New Password.

CHAPTER 6 – BIOS CONFIGURATION NOTE: To clear existing passwords press Enter and type the existing password. and in this order. it will try to load it from the next device in the order specified in the Boot Menu. Windows® XP) from the devices listed in this menu. and CD-ROM’s. If it cannot find the operating system on that device. Then press Enter for the new password (without typing any password entry) and Enter again to confirm the password clearance. Boot devices usually are hard drives. 6-7 .g. Boot Menu When you turn the computer on it will look for an operating system (e. floppy drives (removable devices).

You can also choose to restore the original Setup Defaults which will return the Setup to its original state and erase any previous changes you have made in a previous session. 6-8 .CHAPTER 6 – BIOS CONFIGURATION Exit Menu Choosing to “Discard Changes” or “Exit Discarding Changes” will wipe out any changes you have made to the Setup.

CHAPTER 7 – IF SOMETHING GOES WRONG 7. IF SOMETHING GOES WRONG Problems When You Turn On The Notebook Fixing Device – Related Problems Viruses 7-1 .

remove it and press any key to continue. or press the reset button to restart the notebook. If press any key does not work press Ctrl. If there is one. a faulty AC adapter or power cable will neither power the notebook not recharge the main battery. 7-2 . If you have a hard disk problem. then press the power button. Press and hold down the power button for a few seconds. For example. Fixing Device – Related Problems Power Problems Your notebook receives power through the AC adapter or from the main battery. The notebook displays the “Non-system disk” or ‘Disk error” message The Notebook displays the Non-sytem disk or disk error message. Make sure there is no diskette in the diskette drive. Alt. The Notebook Is Not Accessing the Operating System Your Notebook normally loads operating system from the hard disk.CHAPTER 7 – IF SOMETHING GOES WRONG Problems When You Turn On The Notebook The Notebook Will Not Start Make sure you attached the AC adapter and power cable property or installed a charged battery. you will not be able to start the Notebook. and Del. Power problems are interrelated. Insert the system diskette into the diskette drive.

it will note begin charging immediately. Its temperature need to be in the range 5º s/d 50º Centigrade. Make sure the AC adapter and power cable are finely plugged into both a working wall putlet and the notebook. Try turning off the notebook. remove the battery clean the contacts with a soft dry clith (if necessary) and replace the battery. If the battery light is glowing after 20 minutes. Have you add the device. Try replacing it. If the AC power light still does not come on. The main battery may not be inserted correctly in the notebook. If the battery light does not glow after 20 minutes. 7-3 . such as a PC Card or memory module. that takes its power from the battery? Is your software using the hard disk more? Is the display power set to turn off automatically? Was the battery fully charged to begin with? All these conditions affect how long the charge lasts. Turn off the notebook. the battery may have reached the end of its useful life. The battery appears not to power the notebook for as long as it usually does Check the power options using the Windows® Power Management utility. Leave the AC adapter and power cable connected. The battery maybe too hot or too cold to charge properly. If you think this is the probable cause. let the notebook continue charging the battery for at least another 20 minutes before you turn on the notebook. but the battery will not charge The battery does not charge while the notebook is consuming full power.CHAPTER 7 – IF SOMETHING GOES WRONG Here are some typical problems and how to solve them: The AC Power LED does not come on when you plug in the AC adapter and power cable. If the battery has completely discharged. wait 20 minutes and see whether the battery is charging. let the battery reach room temperature and try again. The AC adapter and power cable work correctly. check that the wall outlet is working properly by plugging in a lamp or other appliance.

the first keyboard may be defective or incompatible with your notebook. 2. then clicking Properties. 5.CHAPTER 7 – IF SOMETHING GOES WRONG Memory Module Problems Incorrectly connected or faulty memory module may cause errors that seem to be devicerelated. the module is not causing the error. 3. Check the error again. Reinstall the memory module. So it is wortwhile checking for these first: 1. If the error occurs without the module installed. If removing the memory module eliminates the error. Remove the memory module. the problem may be related to the keyboard itself. Click the button next to Shut Down. If it works. The operating system will turn off the notebook automatically. 4. Click Start. try it. If you have a second keyboard. Display Problems Here are some typical display problems and their solutions: The screen does not look right You can change the display settings by clicking a blank area of the desktop with the track point secondary button. This causes operating system to open the 7-4 . then click OK. If the error recurs remove the memory module entirely and check for the error again using the second or another module. 6. then click shutdown. You have connected an external keyboard and Windows® displays one or more keyboard error message. the module may be faulty. Keyboard Problems If when you type strange things happen or nothing happens.

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Display Properties dialog box. The Appearance tab of this dialog box allows you to choose the colors for the screen. The Settings tab allows you to choose the screen resolution.

The built-in screen flickers
Some flickering is a normal result of the way the screen produces colors. To reduce the amount of flickering, try using fewer colors. To Change the number of colors displayed: 1. 2. 3. Point at the desktop and click with the secondary button. Click Properties, and then Settings. Change the colors option and click Ok.

For more information see Windows® Help.

The display is blank
Display Auto Off may have gone into effect. Press any key to activate the screen. If you are using the built-in screen, make sure the display priority is not set for an external monitor. To do this, press Fn button combination (see “Function Keys” on page 3-3) to return the display priority to its previous setting. If you are using an external monitor: 1. 2. Check that the monitor is turned on. Check that the monitor’s power cable is firmly plugged into a working power outlet. 3. Check that the cable connecting the external monitor to the notebook is firmly attached. 4. Try adjusting the contrast and brightness control on the external monitoring.

Disk Drive Problems
Problems with the hard disk or with a diskette drive usually show up as an inability to access the dick or as sector errors.

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You are having trouble accessing a disk; one or more files appear to be missing
Make sure you are identifying the drive by its correct name. Run the ScanDisk, which analyzes directories, files and File Allocation Table (FAT) on the disk and repairs any damage it finds. To run ScanDisk: 1. Click Start, point to Programs, Accessories, and System Tools and click ScanDisk. 2. 3. Click the drive you want to test. Select the type of test you want to use. A Thorough Test is more complete but takes much more time than a standard test 4. Click Start

ScanDisk runs a test for the disk.

Some programs run correctly but others do not
This may be a software configuration problem. If a program does not run properly, review the program’s hardware configuration requirements. Most software documentation lists the minimum hardware requirements. See “Notebook Specifications” to review the hardware configuration of thin notebook.

Optical Drive Problems
You can not access a CD in the drive
Make sure the CD-ROM tray is closed properly. Press gently until clicks into place. Open the CD-ROM tray and remove the CD. Make sure the CD-ROM tray is clean. Any dirt or foreign object can interface with the laser beam Examine the CD to see whether it is dirty. If necessary, wipe it with a soft clean cloth dipped in water or neutral cleaner. Replace the CD in the drawer. Make sure it is laying flat, label side uppermost. Press down until the CD-ROM disc locks on the spindle. Close the CD-ROM tray carefully, making sure it has shut completely

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You press the eject button, but the CD-ROM tray does not slide out.
Make sure the notebook connected to a power source and turned on. The CD-ROM drive eject mechanism requires power to operate. If you need to remove a CD and can not turn on the notebook, use a narrow object, such a as a straightened paper clip, to press the manual eject button. This button is in the small hole next to the CD-ROM eject button on the right side of the notebook.

Some CDs run correctly, but others do not
If the problem is with a data CD, refer to the software’s documentation and check that the hardware configuration meets the program’s needs. The color of materials used to make the CD can affect its reliability. Silver colored CDs are the most reliable, followed by gold-colored CDs. Green-colored CDs are the least reliable

Sound System Problems
You do not hear any sound from the notebook
Adjust the volume control. If you are using headphone or speakers, check that they are securely connected to your notebook. In Setup, check that the sound function is enabled.

The notebook emits a loud, high-pitched noise
This is feedback between the microphone and speakers. It occurs in any sound system when input from a microphone is fed to the speakers and the speaker volume is too loud. Adjust the volume control.

Modem Problems
This section lists common modem problems.

The modem will not receive or transmit properly
Make sure the RJ-11 cable (the one that goes from the modem to the telephone line) is firmly connected to the modem’s RJ-11 jack and the telephone line socket. Check the serial port settings, to make sure the hardware and software are referring to the same COM port (look in Device Manager).

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9600. The printer driver is not installed or is configured incorrectly. Connect a telephone handset to the line to check this. The printer is a network printer and it is not properly connected to the network. Check all connections and cables and then try to reinstall the driver. Try making a test transmission to someone else. 2400. is not correctly connected to the notebook. parity. All networks are configured differently so please check with your network administrator to get the correct setup 7-8 . and data length and stop bits) specified in the communications program. Make sure the printer is on. Check that the printer is properly installed and configured (correct port etc) Also check that you have installed the latest driver compatible with you OS (upload drivers are usually available for download from the printer manufacture’s website).CHAPTER 7 – IF SOMETHING GOES WRONG Check the communications parameters (baud rate. The modem is on. or has an internal problem. 1200. 14400. 33600 bps (bits per second) or higher. Printer Problems The printer can not be added to the system or will not work The printer is not turned on. The other system may be busy or offline. 28800. There is no paper in the printer. You may refer to the printer’s manual for instructions on printing a “selftest” page (a “self-test” page will print regardless of computer connections and is a means of ensuring that the printer is actually working). It should be set up to transmit at 300. or the paper is incorrect for the settings designated in your software. set up properly and still not transmit or receive data Make sure the line has a dial tone. Put more paper in the printer (also fan the paper to make sure it does not stick together and cause a paper jam) and check the paper size macthes your software’s “print” settings. 4800.

Note : You should also beware of files from people you know as the virus may have infected an address book and been automatically forwarded without the person’s knowledge. and many Anti Virus programs will also provide such a disk (or at least instruction on how to make one). Anti-Virus programs are commercially available and the definitions file updates are usually download able directly from the internet. You may refer to your OS’s documentation for instructions on how to make one. Viruses are often triggered from within e-mail attachments so take care when opening any attached file. 2. Keep “Boot Floppy Disk” or “Bootable CD-ROM” (the disk provides basic information which allows you to startup your notebook) handy. 7-9 . Install an Anti-Virus program and keep the definitions file (the file which tells your program which viruses to look for) up to date. Be careful when opening e-mail from sources you don’t know. You can configure most Anti Virus programs to check e-mail attachments. New notebook viruses are discovered daily.CHAPTER 7 – IF SOMETHING GOES WRONG Viruses 1. 3. and some of them may seriously harm your notebook and cause you to lose data.

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CARING FOR THE NOTEBOOK   Precaution  Tips for using Notebook  Cleaning The Notebook  Maintaining the Harddisk  Maintaining the LCD Quality  Battery Care Guidelines  When you Travel  8-1 .CHAPTER 8 – CARING FOR THE NOTEBOOK 8.

Except as described in this manual. objects into the DO NOT expose to or use near liquids. DO NOT expose to strong magnetic or electrical fields. DO NOT operate during a gas leak. DO NOT place or drop objects on top and do not shove any foreign Notebook PC. refer all servicing to qualified personnel. DO NOT use the modem during an electrical storm. Battery safety warning: DO NOT throw the battery in fire. Do not use strong solvents such as thinners. scratch Do or not enter place the together with small items that Notebook PC. SAFE TEMP: This Notebook PC should only be with used in environments and 35°C (95°F) ambient battery.CHAPTER 8 – CARING FOR THE NOTEBOOK Precaution The following safety precautions will increase the life of the Notebook PC. DO NOT place on uneven or unstable work surfaces. accessories. benzene. Do not use damaged power cords. or other peripherals. or moisture. DO NOT press or touch the display may panel. DO NOT expose to dirty or dusty environments. temperatures between 5°C (41°F) 8-2 . rain. Seek servicing if the casing has been damaged. Follow all precautions and instructions. or other chemicals on or near the surface. DO NOT contacts. DO NOT disassemble the short circuit the DO NOT leave the Notebook PC on your lap or any part of the body in order to prevent discomfort or injury from heat exposure. INPUT RATING: Refer to the rating label on the bottom of the Notebook PC and be sure that your power adapter complies with the rating.

DO NOT carry or cover a Notebook PC that is powered ON with any materials that will reduce air circulation such as a carrying bag.  Transportation Precautions To prepare the Notebook PC for transport. you should not transport the Notebook PC while the power is still ON. IMPORTANT:  Disconnect  the  AC  power  and  remove  the  battery  pack(s)  before  cleaning.CHAPTER 8 – CARING FOR THE NOTEBOOK DO NOT throw the Notebook PC in municipal waste. Check local regulations for disposal of electronic products. Therefore. Charge Your Batteries If you intend to use battery power. and scratches. you should turn it OFF and disconnect all external peripherals to prevent damage to the connectors. Be careful not to rub or scrape the Notebook PC surfaces.  Cover Your Notebook PC Purchase a carrying bag to protect the Notebook PC from dirt. shock. Remember that the power adapter charges the battery pack as long as it is plugged into the computer and 8-3 . IMPORTANT: The Notebook PC’s surface is easily dulled if not properly cared  for. Close the display panel and check that it is latched securely in the closed position to protect the keyboard and display panel.  Wipe  the  Notebook  PC  using  a  clean  cellulose  sponge  or  chamois cloth dampened with a solution of nonabrasive detergent and a few  drops of warm water and remove any extra moisture with a dry cloth. be sure to fully charge your battery pack and any optional battery packs before going on long trips. The hard disk drive’s head retracts when the power is turned OFF to prevent scratching of the hard disk surface during transport. water.

take frequent breaks to avoid physic exhaustion and relieve your eyes.CHAPTER 8 – CARING FOR THE NOTEBOOK an AC power source. always use Shut Down command in the Microsoft® Windows®. Most airlines will have restrictions for using electronic devices. NOTE:  Some  programs  have  storage  features  automatically.  However. You will lose all you job since the last save. Airplane Contact your airline if you want to use the Notebook PC on the airplane. IMPORTANT:  There  are  three  main  types  of  airport  security  devices:  X‐ray  machines  (used  on  items  placed  on  conveyor  belts). For example.  magnetic  detectors  (used  on  people  walking  through  security  checks). For more detail.  2. you  can see software documentation. Before turn off the notebook. Most airlines will allow electronic use only between and not during takeoffs and landings. 3. Save your job frequently.  You  can  send  your  Notebook  PC  and  diskettes  through  airport  X‐ray  machines. error system happened and you must restart the notebook.  This  feature  store the file to the hard disk in the remained interval. Your job in the notebook memory is temporary until you store it to the disk. Be aware that it takes much longer to charge the battery pack when the Notebook PC is in use.  it  is  recommended that you do not send your Notebook PC or diskettes through  airport magnetic detectors or expose them to magnetic wands.  and  magnetic  wands  (hand‐held  devices  used  on  people  or  individual  items).  Tips For Using Notebook 1. 8-4 .

do not use paper towels to clean the display screen. Never use alcohol. 3. clean lint-free cloth. Never move or raise the notebook while the hard disk is being accessed. keyboard. clean the screen by first applying a mild glass cleaner to a soft . These reorganize your hard disk by eliminating fragmentation and improving 8-5 . Paper can scratch the display screen matte. Install a system password in your notebook so others won’t be able to use the hard disk. Always back up your data files from your hard disk. If the liquid-crystal display (LCD) screen has become smeared or dusty. Moreover. This will also free up space from any unused sectors 4. lint-free cloth. petroleum-based solvents. use a soft. Use hard disk maintenance your hard disk access time. or screen. 6. Never apply liquids directly on the screen surface. programs like Disk Defragmenter of Windows®. Here is some maintenace you could do: 1. Also never spray any liquids directly on the notebook case. and gently wipe the glass. Install the virus detecting program to monitor virus that could tamper your files. Maintaining The Hard disk Losing your data has the same consequences as a system break down. or harsh detergents to clean the notebook. most especially don’t jar the hard disk as this may cause a hard disk crash. 2. slightly dampened with a mild detergent solution or use contents of any commercially available notebook cleaning kit. Use SCANDISK once in a while to correct any errors found in the directory and File Allocation Table.CHAPTER 8 – CARING FOR THE NOTEBOOK Cleaning the Notebook When it is necessary to clean the plastic case and keyboard. 5. Users must make it a habit of doing hard disk maintenance every week or so.

The batteries contain hazardous chemicals and should not be thrown out with household or office trash 8-6 . the typical routine is to shut the machine and close the cover. After a good working session. But the display surface – no matter what type it is – and the components inside the notebook radiates heat. drop. 5. Follow the safety guidelines mentioned earlier and how to clean your notebook. 6. Do not leave batteries in hot locations for more than a day or two. heat plays a big part. Do not try to disassemble. crush. Leave the notebook’s cover open for about ten minutes while the heat disperses. disposed of in water or fire. short external contacts. you trap the heat againts the screen. Handle batteries carefully. There is a risk of fire and chemical burn if the battery pack is handled improperly TO ensure that the battery pack endures normal life cycle. You should also enable the power management of your notebook to turn off the LCD power and display when the system is in inactivity for some time. Make this habit. 4. Over discharge will hurt the battery. or expose it to temperatures higher than 60 C. mutilate. Adding screen savers is also acceptable. 3. open. always observe the following precautions when handling the battery pack: 1. Never use an external charger other that the one supplied with you notebook. 2. Battery Care Guidelines The battery pack furnished with the notebook requires reasonable care and handling to ensure efficient operation and maximum life. Do not leave battery in storage for more that 2 months without recharging it to prevent over discharge. when you close the cover. puncture.CHAPTER 8 – CARING FOR THE NOTEBOOK Maintaining The LCD Quality When it comes to screen problems. Dispose dead battery properly to protect the environment. Do not leave your battery in your notebook for longer than 1 month without plugging in the power adapter. Recharge batteries only as described in this manual and only in ventilated areas.

Recharge your battery overnight to ensure full battery power before you leave. 2. If the power cord of the adapter is different. 4. Try to bring backup software as well.  8-7 . 6. 5. Never check-in the notebook as a luggage. Carry your notebook in its carrying case or in a briefcase. Backup all needed files on your hard disk before traveling. IMPORTANT:  Do  not  pick  up  the  notebook  by  its  display/panel  or  the  back  (where the ports are located). 3. Check the voltage rating and the outlet type of your destination.CHAPTER 8 – CARING FOR THE NOTEBOOK When You Travel For safety and convenience when traveling. Do not forget to bring along the AC adapter and extra battery pack. then you need to purchase a suitable one consult your dealer. please follow these instructions: 1.

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CHAPTER 9 – INSTALLING OPERATING SYSTEM AND DRIVER 9. INSTALLING OPERATING SYSTEM AND DRIVER Installing Operating System For Notebook How to Activate Windows® XP How to Activate Windows® Vista® Installing Notebook Driver Installing Driver For Windows® Vista® 9-1 .

CHAPTER 9 – INSTALLING OPERATING SYSTEM AND DRIVER Installing Operating System For Notebook Before using your notebook. please go to Boot menu of BIOS setup menu. 7. 3. Windows® will format your hard disk to NTFS. First. Windows® XP Licensing Agreement Press F8 = I Agree 8. for example drive C:\ Make sure file system for Windows® XP. press R To quit setup without installing Windows® XP. Windows Setup . 2. Installing Windows® XP Follow these steps to install operating system for your notebook. “Press any key to boot from CD” will appears. Windows® XP Now Professional Setup will appears: There are three choices: • • • To set up Windows® XP Now. Select “Format the partition using the NTFS files system”. 6. Change the notebook configuration to booting from CD (see “Boot Menu” on chapter 6). turn on the notebook. press F3 Press enter. wait until finish. For more information see chapter 6 “BIOS Configuration”. you must install operating system for the notebook. 4. press Enter To repair a Windows® XP Installation using recovery Console. press enter. 1.. press enter.. Insert Windows® XP CD Installation to the CDROM / DVD / CDRW. 9. To install Windows® directly from combo drive. Select a drive where you will install Windows® XP. 9-2 . 5.

example to list separator for Indonesia by using (. Hanoi.00) Bangkok. Personalize Your Software Name Organization Then click Next. list separator. “Regional And Language Options” will appear. don’t press any key. in the location select Indonesia. 15. Select Customize. Installation process. wait for awhile. Click Apply and click Ok. When “Press any key to boot from CD” appears. but for English (United States) by using (. 16. Then click Next. : optional : optional : optional : optional : optional 9-3 . 11. decimal symbol. Your Product Key Type Serial Number Then click Next. Computer Name Administrator Password Confirm Password Then click Next. 18. Date and Time Settings Date & time Time Zone : optional : select (GMT + 07. 14. 17. copying file system. wait until completed.) comma. language.CHAPTER 9 – INSTALLING OPERATING SYSTEM AND DRIVER 10. Computer Name and Administrator Password. And then Windows® will reboot. installing Windows® device.) dot. Further. 13. Jakarta. 12. regional setting is a menu to regulate currency format. These rules in every country is different. Then click Next.

When you reach which type of installation do you want? Screen. Method 1: Run the Setup program after you start the computer by using the current operating system 1. Finish. Click Install now. 4. Insert the Windows® Vista® DVD in the computer's DVD drive. and then click OK. Type user and click Next. then click Next.CHAPTER 9 – INSTALLING OPERATING SYSTEM AND DRIVER 19. Note Drive is the drive letter of the computer's DVD drive. After that will enter to Windows® XP Professional 23. type Drive: \setup. Next. Click Start. Workgroup or computer domain. and then follow the instructions that are displayed on the screen to install Windows® Vista®. Welcome to Microsoft® Windows®. Completing Installation. Confirmation Display setting. click Ok and click Ok once more. 3.exe. 9-4 . 24. use one of the methods below. follow these steps: a. Use one of the following procedures. the Install now screen appears. 25. Installing Windows® Vista® There are two methods for installing Windows® Vista®. click Run. click Custom (advanced). 26. Click Install now. • If Windows® does not automatically detect the DVD. b. as appropriate: • If Windows® automatically detects the DVD. 20. Start the computer by using the current operating system. 2. Windows® will restart automatically. 22. 21. Networking Settings Select typical setting Then click Next.

click Upgrade to upgrade the current operating system to Windows® Vista®. For more information about how to configure the computer to start from the DVD drive. Click Install now. Upgrade Procedure To upgrade your computer to Windows® Vista®. Click Start. follow these steps: 1. Click Install now. NOTE: To start computer from the Windows® Vista® DVD. 3. Follow the instructions that are displayed on the screen to install Windows® Vista®. • If Windows® does not automatically detect the DVD.exe. 9-5 . Note Drive is the drive letter of the computer's DVD drive. click Run. b.CHAPTER 9 – INSTALLING OPERATING SYSTEM AND DRIVER Method 2: Run the Setup program after you start the computer by using the Windows® Vista® 1. and then restart the computer. Verify that the Microsoft Windows® operating system that is currently installed on the computer is eligible for upgrade to Windows® Vista®. the Install now screen appears. When you reach which type of installation to you want? Screen. as appropriate: • If Windows® automatically detects the DVD. 2. and then click OK. follow these steps: a. insert the Windows® Vista® DVD in the computer's DVD drive. Start the computer by using the Windows® Vista® DVD. 2. 4. or contact the computer manufacturer. Use one of the following procedures. press a key. the computer must be configured to start from the DVD drive. To do this. 3. type Drive: \setup. When the "Press any key to boot from CD" message is displayed on the screen. Start the computer by using the current operating system. Insert the Windows® Vista® DVD in the computer's DVD drive. see the documentation that is included with the computer.

Insert Axioo Recovery DVD in to DVD Rom. 4.CHAPTER 9 – INSTALLING OPERATING SYSTEM AND DRIVER Installing Windows® Vista® Using Axioo Recovery Windows® Vista® DVD (Optional) Following is the steps for installing Windows® Vista® using Axioo Recovery DVD. Wait until confirmation message appear. When appear “Press any key to boot from CD”. as picture below: 5. 9-6 . 1. 2. press Enter. 6. Then type “Y” and press Enter button. Recovery is running. This process will delete your data make sure you have backed up your important data. 3. Turn your notebook on.

8. 9-7 . Type Serial Number that consists of 25 number and letter at the bottom of your notebook. Release the Axioo Recovery DVD from DVD-ROM. Click Next button. Click Next button. type “Q” then press Enter button to restart your notebook. After restarting will appear screen as below. 10. If installation process have finished. 9.CHAPTER 9 – INSTALLING OPERATING SYSTEM AND DRIVER 7.

click Next button. 14. for Indonesia choose “(GMT +07. Hanoi. Type username and password as you want. Type Computer Name and choose background for desktop.CHAPTER 9 – INSTALLING OPERATING SYSTEM AND DRIVER 11. then click Next button.00) Bangkok. Choose “Use recommended Setting” for Update and Internet settings. 9-8 . 13. click Next button. Tick “I accept the license terms”. Then click Next button. 15. Jakarta”. Choose your time and date setting as your location. 12.

If you are using this way. 2. How to activate Windows® XP by using a modem. 3. Activation wizard will display the number that you can contact. How to activate Windows® XP by using the Internet. 9-9 . After finishing Set up Windows® then click Start button to run Windows® Vista®. you can activate Windows® XP by calling customer service Microsoft. sends your installation ID. If you have a modem but you don’t have an internet connection. How to activate Windows® XP by phone. Windows® Product Activation wizard will establishes a connection with an activation server. How to Activate Windows® XP You can activate Windows® XP by using the following ways: 1.CHAPTER 9 – INSTALLING OPERATING SYSTEM AND DRIVER 16. and then processes the activation request. If you don’t have any modem or internet connection. wizard will detect your modem and establish a connection with an activation server through your line phone.

click the Windows® Activation icon in the notification area.10 . Or. When activation is completed and you receive the following message. click Back. You have successfully activated your copy of Windows®. 6. and then click Next. If you want to register and activate Windows® at the same time. 4. Click Start. or b. follow these steps: 1. Click Read the Windows® Product Activation Privacy Statement. Use one of the following methods: a. disconnect your Internet connection before you follow these steps. let's just activate Windows®. and then click Next. point to All Programs.CHAPTER 9 – INSTALLING OPERATING SYSTEM AND DRIVER How to Activate Windows® XP by Using the Internet To activate Windows® XP by using an internet connection. 3. type your contact information in the appropriate boxes in the registration form. point to System Tools. An asterisk (*) appears next to required information. 9 . How to Activate Windows® XP by Using a Modem To activate Windows® XP by using your modem. I want to register and activate Windows® at the same time. 5. If you only want to activate Windows®. follow the steps in this section: NOTE: The following steps are the same steps that are used to activate Windows® over the Internet in the "How to activate Windows® XP by using the Internet" section. If you have an Internet connection and you want to activate over a modem. click OK. 2. click Back. point to Accessories. Click Yes. and then click Activate Windows®. I don't want to register now. click Read the Windows® Registration Privacy Statement. let's activate Windows® over the Internet now. click Next. and then click Next. click No. click Yes.

If you want to register and activate Windows® at the same time. point to System Tools. You have successfully activated your copy of Windows®. 7. How to Activate Windows® XP by Phone To contact a Microsoft® customer service representative to activate Windows® by phone. 6. When activation is completed and you receive the following message. and then click Next. and then click Next. follow these steps: 1. Click Start. If you only want to activate Windows®. An asterisk (*) appears next to required information.CHAPTER 9 – INSTALLING OPERATING SYSTEM AND DRIVER 1. point to All Programs. 3. point to Accessories. Click Yes. and then click Next. click Read the Windows® Registration Privacy Statement. The wizard establishes a connection with an activation server. type your contact information in the appropriate boxes in the registration form. click No. 9 . Click Yes. 2. Use one of the following methods: a. I want to register and activate Windows® at the same time. and then click Activate Windows® or click the Windows® Activation icon in the notification area. let's just activate Windows®. point to Accessories. and then processes the activation request. Click Read the Windows® Product Activation Privacy Statement. click Back. click Yes. point to All Programs. and then click Activate Windows® or click the Windows® Activation icon in the notification area. click Back.11 . Click Start. point to System Tools. 2. 5. 4. I don't want to register now. click OK. click Next. let's activate Windows® over the Internet now. I want to telephone a customer service representative to active Windows® now. or b.

12 . clicking Computer. How to Activate Windows® Vista® You must activate Windows® within 30 days after installation or Windows® will stop working. 4.CHAPTER 9 – INSTALLING OPERATING SYSTEM AND DRIVER 3. When activation is completed and you receive the following message. Follow the steps in the Activate Windows® by phone dialog box and then click Next. 5. and then clicking Click here to activate Windows® now. activation helps prevent software counterfeiting. you’ll be able to use every Windows® feature. If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation. You have successfully activated your copy of Windows®. With an activated copy of Windows®. 9 . Activation helps verify that your copy of Windows® is genuine and that it has not been used on more computers than the Microsoft Software License Terms allow. clicking Properties. click OK. Click Read the Windows® Product Activation Privacy Statement. type the password or provide confirmation. In this way. 6. click Back and then click Next. Open Windows® Activation by clicking the Start button.

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Installing Notebook Driver
If you have been installed operating system for your notebook, install the component driver in the notebook. Before install the driver, contact your dealer to make sure that the dealer does not yet install the driver.

Installing Driver For Windows® Vista®
The notebook comes with sophisticated components that support notebook performance. Each component comes with the driver that must be installed. In this section will be explained how to install the driver for Windows® Vista® operating system.

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Installing the VGA Driver
Following is the procedure for installing the VGA driver to your notebook. Installing VGA device driver for Windows® Vista® 1. 2. 3. 4. Click Video Controller Driver button on the driver’s installer menu. Click Yes Click No Click Yes for restarting your notebook. Next Next.

Installing the Audio Device Driver
Following is the procedure for installing the Audio driver. Installing Audio device driver for Windows® Vista® 1. 2. 3. Click Audio Driver button on the driver’s installer menu. Click Next to install the Audio driver. Tick the option "Yes, I want to restart my computer now.", and press Finish to restart your system.

Installing Modem Device Driver
Following is the procedure for installing the modem driver. Installing Modem device driver for Windows® Vista® 1. 2. 3. 4. Click Modem Driver button on the driver’s installer menu. Installing process. Installation finish. Click OK .

Installing LAN Driver
Following is the procedure for installing the LAN driver. Installing LAN driver for Windows® Vista®

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1. 2. 3. Click LAN Driver button on the driver’s installer menu. Click Next Tick the option "Yes, I want to restart my computer now.", and press Finish to restart your system.

Installing Touchpad Driver
Following is the procedure for installing the Touchpad driver. Installing touchpad driver for Windows® Vista® 1. 2. 3. Click Touchpad Driver button on the driver’s installer menu. Click Next Tick the option "Yes, I want to restart my computer now.", and press Finish to restart your system.

Installing Express Card Driver
Following is the procedure for installing the Card Reader and Express Card driver. Installing Card Reader and Express Card driver for Windows® Vista® 1. 2. 3. Click ExpressCard Driver button on the driver’s installer menu. Click Next Next

Tick the option "Yes, I want to restart my computer now.", and press Finish to restart your system.

Installing Hotkey Driver
Following is the procedure for installing the Hotkey driver. Installing Hotkey driver for Windows® Vista® 1. 2. 3. Click Hotkey button on the driver’s installer menu. Click Next Install.

Tick the option "Yes, I want to restart my computer now.", and press Finish to restart your system.

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Make sure the module(s) are OFF if you are using the notebook aboard aircraft. Click Wireless Driver button on the driver’s installer menu. If you have not included the PC Camera in your purchase option. 3. Installing Wireless LAN 802.CHAPTER 9 – INSTALLING OPERATING SYSTEM AND DRIVER Installing Wireless LAN Driver (Optional) Before installing Wireless LAN 802. 9 . 4. Click Camera Driver button on the driver’s installer menu. and any accompanying insert pages. 4. Click Install. Click Next.11b/g driver. for the latest updated information on the PC Camera driver. Installing PC Camera device driver for Windows® Vista® 1. Chose English Click Next Click Next. make sure that the Wireless LAN module is on (LED will be green). I want to restart my computer now. Installing PC Camera Driver (Optional) The PC Camera module is an optional feature. which may override the information provided here. WARNING: (Latest PC Camera Driver Information): Check the PC Camera CD.11b/g driver for Windows® Vista® 1.16 . Pres “FN+F11” to Operate wireless LAN WARNING: (Wireless Device Operation Aboard Aircraft): The use of any portable electronic transmission devices aboard aircraft is usually prohibited. 3. there is no need to install the driver. 2.". Tick the option "Yes. and press Finish to restart your system. Click Finish to restart your system. Click Install Click Next. 2. When your notebook ’Boots Up’ the modules will be ON.

which may override the information provided here. 3. Click Finish to restart your system. 4. there is no need to install the driver. 3. I want to restart my computer now. Installing PC Camera device driver for Windows® Vista® 1. for the latest updated information on the PC Camera driver. Click Install Click Next.11b/g driver for Windows® Vista® 1. 4. Tick the option "Yes. Chose English Click Next Click Next. 2.". Installing PC Camera Driver (Optional) The PC Camera module is an optional feature. and press Finish to restart your system. WARNING: (Latest PC Camera Driver Information): Check the PC Camera CD. Click Wireless Driver button on the driver’s installer menu. Click Install. 2. Click Camera Driver button on the driver’s installer menu.17 . 9 . and any accompanying insert pages. If you have not included the PC Camera in your purchase option.CHAPTER 9 – INSTALLING OPERATING SYSTEM AND DRIVER Installing Wireless LAN 802. Click Next.

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1 .CHAPTER 10 – CONFIGURATION FOR WINDOWS 10. CONFIGURATION FOR WINDOWS Setting The Windows® Notebook Configuration For 10 .

Click Start Control Panel Click Network and Internet Connection Click Create a connection to the network at your workplace Select Dial-up Connection. Type the ISP name. To configuration you can use Network and Internet Connection. 10 . and click Next button. 4. Internet Connection Configuration by Using a Modem When you are in your home or in travel you still can connect your notebook to the internet. 3. press Next 5.2 .CHAPTER 10 – CONFIGURATION FOR WINDOWS Setting The Notebook Configuration For Windows® In this section will be described notebook configuration setting for Windows® XP. follow this steps: 1. 2.

3 .CHAPTER 10 – CONFIGURATION FOR WINDOWS 6. 8. Type the provider phone number. 10 . Click Finish to complete the configuration. click Next button. Select “Anyone’s use”. and click Next button. 7.

3. 8. select “Obtain an IP Address automatically”. Double-click Internet Protocol (TCP/IP). Follow these steps to configuration: 1. Click Start Connect to Wireless Network Connection Advanced. 7. 6. The properties display will appears. “Subnet Mask”.CHAPTER 10 – CONFIGURATION FOR WINDOWS Wireless Networking Configuration The Notebook comes with Wireless LAN. “Alternate DNS Server” Click Ok 10 . “Default Gateway” Select “Use The Following DNS Server Addresses” Type “Preferred DNS Server”. then hardware information and connection protocol will appears. Select tab sheet General. and click Ok 4. 2. If you want to use dynamic IP.4 . select “Use The Following IP Address” Type “IP Address”. This device is wireless networking connection standard with high speed that allow you to access network without connect the cable. 5. If you don’t .

Click Ok to complete the wireless configuration. and pointer motion and sensitivity option for your choices. Configuring the TouchPad and Button After installing the TouchPad driver. 10 . Click OK to save the settings and close the window. buttons.CHAPTER 10 – CONFIGURATION FOR WINDOWS 9. Tick “Use Windows to configure my wireless network setting” 11. you can configure its functions by double-clicking the TouchPad icon on the taskbar.5 . 10. Printers and Select the desired settings and click Apply. use the Mouse Properties window. which you can open by clicking Control Panel Other Hardware Mouse. To adjust touchpad settings. Select tab sheet “Wireless Network”. Then you can configure TouchPad tapping.

Select “Power Schemes” tab. your notebook also can get power from internal battery. Select “Alarm” tab. 3. tick “Activate low battery alarm when power level reaches” and “Activate critical battery alarm when power level reaches” 10 . and standby system.CHAPTER 10 – CONFIGURATION FOR WINDOWS Power Option Configuration Besides AC adaptor. The options also allow you to change setting in the Setting for Home/Office Desk Power scheme manually to turn off the monitor. Notebook battery use rechargeable battery with Lithium Ion Cell that support long consumption and support power management. turn off the hard disk. 2.6 . Follow these steps to configuration Power Option: 1. ”Power Option Properties” display will be appears. Click Start Control Panel Performance and Maintenance Power Option. in the Power schemes portion you can change power setting.

and to type password when notebook back from standby system. 5. in the Option portion you can setting to display battery icon on the taskbar. Besides. make sure “Show details for each battery” checkbox has been ticked to display battery status. in the Power button you allow to adjust the action that can be done by notebook when notebook’s screen is closed.7 . Select the “Power Meter” tab. press power button.CHAPTER 10 – CONFIGURATION FOR WINDOWS 4. Select “Advanced” tab. and press sleep button. 10 .

complete the configuration.CHAPTER 10 – CONFIGURATION FOR WINDOWS 6. there are some settings and information about hibernate. In the Hibernate mode. Click Ok. 7.8 . 10 .

APPENDIX APPENDIX   Specification  Using Warranty  ISO 13406‐2 class II    A-1 .

FSB 533MHz. Please note that the information mentioned here may not be exactly the same with your notebook as specification is subject to change without notice or modifying this manual.13 GHz. FSB 800 MHz.20/ 2.40 GHz. integrated with cache memory 4MB L2 Intel® Core™2 Duo T7100/ T7250 ~ 1. FSB 800 MHz. support DDRII 533/667 MHz module User-upgradeable to maximum 2GB (SODIMM 256/512/1024/2048 MB module) A-2 .73/ 1. Intel® Intel® Core™2 Duo T9300/ T9500 ~ 2.40 GHz. • integrated with cache memory 2MB L2 CORE LOGIC • SIS M672 + SIS968 Chipset SECURITY • Kensington Lock Hole SYSTEM MEMORY • • • Two DDRII data channel Two SODIMM 200-pin socket.00 GHz.60 GHz. FSB 800 MHz.86/ 2.00/ 2. integrated with cache memory 1MB L2. Designed with an advanced modular architecture.APPENDIX Specification This appendix gives information on the technical and hardware specifications of your notebook.00/ 2.86/ 2.50/ 2. your notebook PC also allows you for several levels of customization and expansion that are previously available only on desktop PCs. SUPPORT PROCESSOR • • • • Intel® Celeron® M Processor 530/ 540/ 550 /560 ~ 1.10/ 2. FSB 800 MHz. integrated with cache memory 6MB L2 integrated with cache memory 3MB L2 Intel® Core™2 Duo T7300/ T7500/ T7700 ~ 2. Core™2 Duo T8100/ T8300 ~ 2.

1” WXGA Flat Panel TFT (1280x800) VGA SYSTEM • • SIS Mirage 3 up to 256MB Support Microsoft DirectX® 9.0 One External Monitor VGA Port One Headphone Jack One Microphone Jack One Internal Microphone One S/PDIF A-3 .0C STORAGE • One harddisk module SATA 2.5” One DVD Write Dual Drive PATA • EXPRESS CARD • One Express Card 54(34) slot CARD READER • One Card Reader 7-in-1 (MMC/RSMMC/SD/MiniSD/MS/MS Pro/MS Duo) AUDIO SYSTEM • • • • • High Definition Audio Compatible with Direct Sound 3D S/PDIF Digital Output Built-in Microphone Built-In Speaker KEYBOARD • • WinKey keyboard Built-In Touchpad I/O PORT • • • • • • Three Port USB 2.APPENDIX BIOS • Phoenix BIOS Technology LCD • 14.

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• • • One RJ-11 Jack for MDC Modem One RJ-45 Jack for LAN One DC-In Jack

COMMUNICATION
• • • • 10/100 Mb Base-T Ethernet 56K FAX/Modem (Optional) Wireless 802.11b/g (Optional) 1.3 Video Camera Module

POWER MANAGEMENT
• • • • • Support Hibernate Mode Support Standby Mode Support Battery Low Sleep Mode Support Resume from Modem Ring Mode Support Wake On LAN

POWER
• • • • AC Adapter AC Input 100~240V, 47~63Hz. AC Output 20V, 3.25A (75W) DC Output 20V, 3.25A One Battery Smart Lithium-Ion 6 Cell Maximum battery life: 183 minutes on standby mode

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INDICATOR
• LED indicators (Power/Suspend, Battery, HDD/CD-ROM, Num Lock, Caps Lock, Scroll Lock, E-Mail, Wireless LAN)

ENVIRONMENT
Temperature • • Operating Non-Operating : 5C ~ 35C : -20C ~ 60C

Humidity • • Operating Non-Operating : 20% ~ 80% : 10% ~ 90%

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• • 336mm (W) x 250mm (D) x 24.8-35.7mm (H) 2.2 Kg with 6 cells battery & ODD

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Broken parts or components which will be replaced will belong to Axioo. Our Warranty According to and following all the terms listed in this limited warranty. If your product requires a warranty service. The warranty only applies if the seal from Axioo is not in a condition of damaged or ripped. whether on the material or during the production process. and for the one or two years period afterward. when this product is bought for the first time by the buyer. The remaining time of the warranty will follow accordingly to the date listed on the seal. 2. Axioo and its partners have the right to charge if it appears that this product doesn’t have warranty based on these following conditions. by its policy. Damaging the seal on this product will also cancel the warranty. Axioo assures that this product is free from defect. The warranty period is not extended if your notebook in a service or totally replaced. then the official distributor of Axioo or official service partners where you bought the product. A-7 . please bring it to Service Point Axis or visit www.APPENDIX Warranty Axioo Notebook gives you a warranty for this notebook. What We Will Do If during the period of warranty this product fails to operate in normal usage. which is caused by the material defect or incorrect production process. Conditions 1. Things which indicate that the product has been taken apart not by Axioo or its partners will automatically cancel the warranty from Axioo side. according to the type of notebook that you buy.axiooworld. when it still in the warranty period. will repair or replace this product according to the terms and conditions mentioned in the period of warranty.com to get further information.

Axioo may exchange the product if the complaint is of 5 or more “dead pixels" for a 14-inch (or less) LCD monitor (but is not obliged to). Explanations about ISO 13406-2 can be seen in Appendix ISO 13406-2. whether on installation or usage. Warranty can’t cover if Customer cannot provide the sales receipt. 5. If there is a failure in the software. LCD set is guaranteed by the International standard rules 13406-2. hardware or software modifications. Other matter related to warranty shall be final and conclusive and you irrevocably agree to abide by Axioo’s decisions. Warranty covers one or more from the conditions stated above. please contact the technical support from that software. natural disaster. This warranty doesn’t cover defects/failures which are caused by worn-out due to normal or abnormal usage. Warranty doesn’t cover the product if damage caused by computer virus attack or repaired by a party not authorized by Axioo. The online warranty registration submitted by purchaser to Axioo within two weeks time after the purchase of the hardware product and the warranty is non-transferable to anyone who subsequently purchases. Warranty covers one or more from the conditions stated above. Axioo doesn’t responsible sending the product. or with improper way based on Axioo instructions which are defined in the product usage and care manual. damage caused by liquids or high voltage outside the limit recommended by Axioo. Conditions of the warranty can change without prior notice. 6.APPENDIX 3. 4. This warranty does not cover software that you use. Warranty does not apply on product failure due to accidents. Conditions of the warranty can change without prior notice. A-8 . purchase invoice or warranty registration reference no.

Gunung Sahari Lt 1 Blok B11 No 132 Jakarta Pusat Phone: (+62-021) 623 11340/2403 IT Clinic Surabaya • Hi Tech Mall Lt. Dr. 3A ( 921 ) Jl.4 Blok A No. # 03 . Kusuma Bangsa Surabaya Phone: (+62-031) 547 8684 IT Clinic Bandung • Jl.2 Blok D11 ( 911 ) Jl.com   INDONESIA IT Clinic Jakarta • Mangga 2 Mall Lt.2 Jakarta Pusat Phone: (+62-021) 623 03713 • Mall Mangga 2 Square ( 926 ) Jl. Sardjito No. 98 (sebelah rental PS) Yogyakarta Phone: (+62-0274) 688 8929 / 688 8939 A-9 . Arteri Mangga No.APPENDIX Service Center Axioo SINGAPORE Service Center Axioo • Enterprise One 1 Kaki Bukit Road 1.2 Blok D10 Bandung Phone: (+62-022) 844 67795 IT Clinic Jogja • Jl. Naripan. Bemall Lt.13 Singapore 415934 Phone : (+65) 6372 6999 Fax : (+65) 6745 3809 Email : customersvc@axiooworld.

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2nd floor. Dist 10 HCM City.. Room NO. Kannayao Bangkok Thailand 10230 Phone: (+66-2) 791 2100 Fax: (+66-2) 9486 0902 • Phantip Plaza 604/3 Pantip Plaza Building. Radchtevi Bangkok 10400 Thailand Phone: (+66-2) 656 6097 Fax: (+66-2) 656 6097 A .APPENDIX VIETNAM Service Center Axioo • Ho Chi Minh 781/A13 Le Hong Phong (ND)Street. Ward 12. Ninh Kieu Phone: (+84-5113) 691 822 THAILAND Service Center Axioo • Ramitra 608-608/7 Ramintra Rd. Phone: (+84-8) 868 0592 Fax : (+84-8) 868 057 • Da Nang 17 Hoang Hoa Tham – Than Khe Phone: (+84-511) 369 1822 / 369 1821 Fax : (+84-8) 369 1819 • Can Tho 148 Ly Tu Trong.11 . 2115-2118 Petchburi Rd. Vietnam.

A . The value of total Pixel Tolerance will be rounded up.000 pixel).000. Types of pixel error are categorized into Type 1 Pixel is always ON Type 2 Pixel is always OFF Type 3 Sub Pixel is ON or OFF Type 4/Cluster Sub Pixel is ON or OFF in a 5 x 5 pixel cluster The number of pixel error which is still allowed can be calculated using the formula The Number of Pixel Tolerance = (The number of pixel in resolution / 1.024. and Blue. Definition of pixel is One LCD screen consists of arrays of pixels where the amount depends on the LCD resolution (Example: 1280 x 800 means consists of 1. Every pixel consists of three compositor sub-pixels which are Red.000) x Multiplier for each category.12 . ISO 13406-2 is an ISO standard to define the maximum pixel error which is still tolerable.APPENDIX ISO 13406-2 class II Axioo applies International Standard ISO 13406 Class II to assure the quality of Axioo notebook LCD. Green.

98 0.6” 12” 12.432.024 1.280 1.APPENDIX Following the ISO Standard 13406 Class II.00 Cluster x2 2 2 2 2 2 A .02 Type 1 x2 2 2 2 2 2 Type 2 x2 2 2 2 2 2 Type 3 X5 5 4 5 5 5 Size 10.024.02 0.280 1.00 983.280 1.1” 14” 14.00 1.280 Height 768 768 800 768 800 Amount of Pixel 983.1” Width 1.040.98 1.000.040. the variable of multipliers for each category is defined as following Type 1 = 2 x Type 2 = 2 x Type 3 = 5 x Type 4 = 2 x Following are the number of pixel error which is still tolerable based on the size of the LCD Amount of Pixel in millions 0.024.00 768.79 1.00 1.13 .000.

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