Sony VAIO AVIO Notebook user manual

User manual for the device Sony VAIO AVIO Notebook

Device: Sony VAIO AVIO Notebook
Size: 3,87 MB
Date of adding : 2014-01-06 17:44:35
Number of pages: 162
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Contents
Welcome.......................................................9
Using Your VAIO Notebook......................11
Using the Keyboard...................................................12
Combinations and functions with the Windows key .........14
Indicators ...........................................................................15
Indicator lights ...................................................................16
Combinations and functions with the Fn key ....................16
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Change text in this variable definition to document title. Using PC Cards.........................................................30 To insert a PC Card........................................................... 30 To remove a PC Card........................................................ 31 Using Memory Stick Media......................................32 Types of Memory Stick media.......................................... 32 Write-protecting Memory Stick media ............................. 34

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Connecting Peripheral Devices ...............53 Connecting an External Floppy Disk Drive ..............54 To connect an external floppy disk drive...........................54 To insert a floppy disk into the external floppy disk drive 55 To remove a floppy disk from the external floppy disk drive 55 To disconnect an external floppy disk drive when the notebook is on....................................................................56 To carry an external floppy disk drive.....................

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Change text in this variable definition to document title. Connecting a Universal Serial Bus Device...............74 To connect a USB device to the notebook........................ 74 Connecting an i.LINK Device ..................................76 To connect a digital video camera recorder...................... 76 Notes on connecting an i.LINK device............................. 77 Connecting with another VAIO computer................78 Connecting External Speakers .............................

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Option........................................................................96 To Change the Language Option .......................................96 To Change Numbers, Currency, Time, and Date Formats 97 Adding Memory .........................................99 Precautions and Procedures.....................................100 Typical expansion memory configuration...............101 Models with 256 MB Memory ........................................101 Removing a memory module ...............

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Change text in this variable definition to document title. found” appears and Windows does not start................... 131 My notebook stops responding or does not shut down... 132 The power management setting is not responding.......... 132 The sound of my notebook’s fan is too loud................... 133 Why does the System Properties dialog box display a slower CPU speed than advertised?............................................ 133 Troubleshooting the LCD Screen .........................

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Troubleshooting Software .......................................140 My software program stops responding or crashes. ........140 When I click an application icon, the message “You must insert the application CD into your optical drive” appears and the software does not start.........................................140 What software do I use for CD-R/CD-RW software functions?.........................................................................140 Why is my computer operating improperly aft

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Change text in this variable definition to document title. Index.........................................................151 8

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Welcome Congratulations on your purchase of this Sony VAIO® computer, and welcome tocomputer the online VAIO® Computer User Guide. This user guide provides detailed information on all aspects of using your new VAIO computer, from keyboard functions to preinstalled software applications. In the left navigation window, click the topics you want to learn more about, and that information will be displayed in this main window. ✍ Click here to find the latest updates and supplemental information

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VAIO® Computer User Guide 10

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Using Your VAIO Notebook This section describes the following aspects of your new computer: ❑ Using the Keyboard ❑ Using the Touchpad ❑ Using the Center Jog Dial Control ❑ Using the Optical Disc Drive ❑ Using PC Cards ❑ Using Memory Stick Media ❑ Using a Second Battery Pack ❑ Using the Weight Saver ❑ Using Power Saving Modes ❑ Connecting a Phone Line ❑ Connecting to a Local Area Network ❑ Connecting to a Wireless LAN 11

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Change text in this variable definition to document title. Using the Keyboard Your notebook keyboard is very similar to that of a typewriter, but the keyboard has additional keys that perform specific computer-related tasks. Keyboard Escape key Function keys Print Screen key Correction keys Esc F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 F10 F11 F12 NumLk Prt ScInsertDelete Scr LkSysRq Pause Break + ! $% & ( ) Backspace Home 13 2 4567890 Q W E R T Y U I O P Page Tab Up A S D F G H J K L Enter Page Caps Lock Dow

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Using the Keyboard Key Description Function keys The 12 function keys along the top of the keyboard are used to perform designated tasks. For example, in many applications, F1 is the Help key. The task associated with each function key may vary from one application to the next. Escape key The Esc (Escape) key is used to cancel commands. Print Screen key The Print Screen key takes an electronic snapshot of the screen and places it in the Windows® Clipboard. You can then paste the screen shot

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Change text in this variable definition to document title. Combinations and functions with the Windows key Combination Function + F1 Displays VAIO® Help and Support Center. + Tab Switches the selected button on the taskbar. + D Displays the desktop. + E Displays Windows Explorer. + F Displays the Search window to find a file or folder. This is the equivalent of selecting Search from the Start menu. + Ctrl + F Displays the Search Results: Computers window where you can locate other comput

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Using the Keyboard Indicators Indicator Function Power Light is green when the power to the notebook is turned on, flashes amber in Standby mode, and turns off when the notebook is in Hibernate mode or powered off. Battery 1 Indicates the status of the battery inserted in the battery bay on the right side of the notebook. 1 Battery 2 Indicates the status of the battery inserted in the multipurpose drive bay on the left side of the notebook. 2 Memory Stick Indicates that the Memory Stick® s

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Change text in this variable definition to document title. Indicator lights Light On Off Num Lock The number keys in the numeric The alphanumeric character keys keypad are active. in the keypad area are active. Caps Lock The letters appear in uppercase as Letters appear in lower case as you type. The Shift key lowers the you type (unless you hold down case of typed letters when Caps the Shift key). Lock is on. Scroll LockThe screen scrolls differently. Information moves across the display no

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Using the Keyboard Combinations/ Feature Function Fn+ / Toggles through the LCD, external display (connected to the (F7) Monitor connector) and both LCD and external display. Switch to the Only LCD LCD and external display external Only external display monitor/LCD Connect the cable before you turn on the notebook, otherwise Fn + F7 will not work. Fn+ only/ Toggles between LCD-only and dual LCD/TV display (F8) modes. Control AV out Only LCD LCD and external display Only external display Co

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Change text in this variable definition to document title. Using the Touchpad The keyboard contains a cursor-pointing device called a touchpad. You can point to, select, drag, and scroll objects on the screen using the built-in touchpad. Touchpad Pointer Touchpad Left and Right buttons Action Description Point Slide one finger on the touchpad to place the pointer on an item or object. Click Press the left button once. Double-click Press the left button twice. 18

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Using the Touchpad Action Description Right-click Press the right button once. In many applications, this action displays a shortcut menu of context-sensitive choices. Drag Slide one finger while pressing the left button. Scroll Move your finger along the right edge of the touchpad to scroll vertically. Move your finger along the bottom to scroll horizontally. (The scroll function is available only with applications that support a touchpad scroll feature.) The Mouse Properties dialog box let

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Change text in this variable definition to document title. VAIO Action Setup VAIO Action Setup manages the settings for your notebook’s center Jog Dial™ * control, Memory Stick® media, and i.LINK® interface. An overview of some of the functions controlled by VAIO Action Setup is provided in this section. For more information on changing the settings using VAIO Action Setup, right-click the Jog Dial Utility icon or in the taskbar and click Help Topics. * i.LINK is a trademark of Sony used t


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