Sony VAIO Slimtop Computer user manual

User manual for the device Sony VAIO Slimtop Computer

Device: Sony VAIO Slimtop Computer
Size: 3,62 MB
Date of adding : 2013-07-11 17:44:38
Number of pages: 112
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VAIO Slimtop™
Computer User Guide

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VAIO Slimtop Computer User Guide 2

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Contents Welcome.................................................................5 Locating Controls and Connectors .....................7 Front Panel Overview..................................................................... 7 Back Panel Overview ................................................................... 10 Sony Pen Tablet Display.............................................................. 12 Additional System Capabilities .................................................... 13 To

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VAIO Slimtop Computer User Guide Configuring Your VAIO Computer .................... 77 Hard Disk Drive Partition.............................................................. 77 i.LINK (IEEE1394) Compatibility .................................................. 78 To Enable Ethernet Connectivity................................................... 79 System, Application, and Driver Recovery CD(s) ................................ 81 To Use the System Recovery CD(s) .................................

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Welcome Thank you for purchasing your Sony VAIO Slimtop™ computer! Your new computer is a superb blend of high technology and easy-to-use functionality. This User Guide contains information about the features of your new computer, configuring your system, and contact information for software vendors. 5

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VAIO Slimtop Computer User Guide 6

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Locating Controls and Connectors Front Panel Overview The front panel of your VAIO Slimtop™ Computer enables access to the CD-RW/DVD combo drive, and the Memory Stick® and PC card slots. It also contains Universal Serial Bus (USB) and i.LINK® ports to connect compatible peripheral devices. ✍ i.LINK is a trademark of Sony used only to designate that a product contains an IEEE1394 connection. The i.LINK connection may vary, depending on the software applications, operating system and compat

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VAIO Slimtop Computer User Guide Front Panel OPEN/CLOSE MEMORY STICK HD DISC 1 Optical drive eject button Ejects a disc from the optical drive. 2 Optical drive See Specifications sheet for optical drive information. 3 Memory Stick® media access indicator light Lights in amber while reading and writing data from and to a Memory Stick media. 4 Hard disk drive access indicator light Lights in amber while reading and writing data from and to the hard disk. 5 Optical drive access indicator light Ligh

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Front Panel Overview Front Panel (cont.) OPEN/CLOSE MEMORY STICK HD DISC 8 PC Card slot A PC card (also called a PCMCIA card) can be installed in this slot. PC cards enable you to add functionality to your system. 9 MEMORY STICK media slot Insert a Sony Memory Stick media into this slot. 10 Universal Serial Bus (USB) port Connection for a USB device. 11 i.LINK® 4-pin port (IEEE1394) Connection for a compatible i.LINK digital device. ✍ For your convenience, your computer includes USB and i.LINK

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LINE PHONE USB NETWORK/USB MONITOR LCD i.LINK S400 PHONES LINE IN MIC VAIO Slimtop Computer User Guide Back Panel Overview The back panel of your computer contains the ports and jacks for supplied and optional peripheral equipment or accessories. The icons on the back panel help locate and identify the ports and jacks on your computer. Back Panel ✍ Your computer may not be supplied with all of the features listed, depending on the system configuration you purchased. 1 AC Input port Connection

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Back Panel Overview 4 Ethernet port 10Base-T/100Base-TX Fast Ethernet interface. (The port marked with (Network) is for LAN (Local Area Network) connections only.) 5 Universal Serial Bus (USB) ports (2) Connections for USB devices. Two USB ports are located on the back panel and one USB port is located on the modem card (See No. 13). 6 Headphones jack Connection for optional headphones or computer speakers. 7 Line In jack Connection for an optional audio device. 8 Microphone jack Connection f

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VAIO Slimtop Computer User Guide Sony Pen Tablet Display Your VAIO Slimtop™ Computer is supplied with a Pen Tablet display. This section describes the features and connection capabilities of your Sony Pen Tablet. Sony Pen Tablet display (Shown in an upright position) 1 Power indicator light Light is green while the power is on. When the computer enters Stand by mode, this indicator light turns amber. 2 Information LED light Light turns red to alert the user to activities, such as the arrival

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Additional System Capabilities To use the Memory Stick Media slot Your VAIO Slimtop™ computer is designed to support the Sony Memory Stick® media. A Memory Stick media is a compact, portable, and versatile data storage device designed for exchanging and sharing digital data with similarly equipped products. Inserting the Memory Stick Media Insert Memory Stick media facing this direction ✍ Memory Stick media does not support AVI file playback. To play an AVI file stored on a Memory Stick me

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VAIO Slimtop Computer User Guide Using PC Cards Your computer has a card bus PC card slot that supports Type I or Type II PC (PCMCIA) cards. You do not need to shut down your computer when inserting a PC card. To insert a PC card 1 Slide front panel cover in the direction of arrow as shown, to open the front panel. Opening the front panel 2 Insert the PC card into the PC card slot until it clicks into position. Inserting a PC card Insert with card facing this direction If the PC card does no

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Using PC Cards Ejecting a PC card ✍ If you eject the PC card incorrectly, the system may not work correctly. 1 Double-click the Safely Remove Hardware icon in the Windows® task tray. 2 Click the name of the card that you want to eject, then click Stop. The Stop a Hardware device window appears. 3 Click OK. 4 When the message “Safe to Remove Hardware” appears, push the PC card Eject button on the front panel of the system unit. You may need to extend the Eject button out from the computer befo

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To Use the Sony Pen Tablet and Accessories To Use the Sony Pen Tablet and Accessories Your VAIO Slimtop™ Computer is supplied with a Sony Pen Tablet display, a VAIO® Pen, and accessories. This section provides information on using the Pen Tablet display and accessories. About the Pen Tablet Display and Accessories The Sony Pen Tablet is a graphic interface that provides a pressure-sensitive work area. The VAIO Pen is a cordless input device that controls the movement of the cursor on the su

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VAIO Slimtop Computer User Guide To Adjust the Sony Pen Tablet Display Adjust your Pen Tablet display by holding both sides of the display, and then pushing the display panel out and up. Adjusting the viewing angle Setting the display height and viewing angle Set the display height so that it covers the keyboard, and adjust the screen for a viewing angle that enables you to work with the tablet and VAIO pen comfortably. Adjusting viewing angle for working with the VAIO pen The Sony Pen Table

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Using the VAIO Pen Using the VAIO Pen The VAIO® Pen controls the cursor movements on the Sony Pen Tablet screen. Hold the pen in the same manner as a pen or pencil, making sure that the rocker switch on the side is within reach of your thumb or forefinger, but cannot be accidentally pressed while drawing or writing. The VAIO Pen is activated when it is held within close proximity to the pen tablet screen. You can position the cursor on the pen tablet screen, or use the rocker switch, witho

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VAIO Slimtop Computer User Guide To change the settings of your VAIO Pen Your VAIO® Pen tip, eraser, and the upper/lower switch positions are programmable. By default, the basic functions performed by the VAIO Pen are: ❑ Pointing — Place the tip of the pen anywhere on the pen tablet screen and the screen cursor will automatically correspond to that point. ❑ Clicking — Tap the pen tablet screen once with the tip of the pen, or press the pen tip against the screen with enough pressure to regis


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