Sony VAIO VPC-Z12LGX/B user manual

User manual for the device Sony VAIO VPC-Z12LGX/B

Device: Sony VAIO VPC-Z12LGX/B
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Date of adding : 2013-07-11 17:44:38
Number of pages: 209
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User Guide
Personal Computer
VPCZ12 Series

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2 nN Contents Before Use.......................................................................... 4 Using the International Roaming Service ....................68 Finding More about Your VAIO Computer .................... 5 Using the Bluetooth Function ......................................70 Ergonomic Considerations ............................................ 9 Using Fingerprint Authentication .................................75 Using the TPM...................................................

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3 nN Precautions..................................................................... 143 Microphone................................................................195 Safety Information ..................................................... 144 Speakers ...................................................................196 Care and Maintenance Information........................... 147 Touch Pad .................................................................198 Handling Your Computer..........

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Before Use > 4 nN Before Use ® Congratulations on your purchase of this Sony VAIO computer and welcome to the on-screen User Guide. Sony has combined leading-edge technology in audio, video, computing, and communications to provide you with a state-of-the-art computing experience. ! External views illustrated in this manual may look slightly different from those of your computer. How to find specifications Some features, options, and supplied items may not be available on your computer. To fi

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Before Use > Finding More about Your VAIO Computer 5 nN Finding More about Your VAIO Computer This section provides support information about your VAIO computer. 1. Printed Documentation ❑ Quick Start Guide — An overview of components connection, set-up information, etc. ❑ Safety Information — Safety guidelines and owner information. ✍ Before activating the wireless functions such as the wireless LAN and Bluetooth technology, read the Safety Information carefully.

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Before Use > Finding More about Your VAIO Computer 6 nN 2. On-screen Documentation ❑ Help and Support — General information and technical assistance for your VAIO computer. To access Help and Support: 1 Click Start and Help and Support. 2 Choose from the following categories to find the answers you need. Get started with my VAIO Get help with Internet and wireless setup, security setup, personalizing your VAIO computer, creating recovery media, and more. Use my VAIO Get assistance with your VA

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Before Use > Finding More about Your VAIO Computer 7 nN 3. Support Web Sites ❑ Sony online support web site The Sony online support web site provides instant access to information on commonly encountered problems. Type a description of the problem and the Knowledge Database searches for the corresponding solutions online. ❑ For customers in USA http://esupport.sony.com/EN/VAIO/ ❑ For customers in Canada http://www.sony.ca/support/ ❑ For customers in Spanish-speaking Latin American countries o

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Before Use > Finding More about Your VAIO Computer 8 nN 4. Customer Information Center If you do not find the information you are looking for at our site, you may call Sony directly. You can find the contact numbers on the Sony online support web site. In order to receive the fastest and most efficient services, have the following information readily available: 1 Your VAIO computer model You can find it at the lower right corner of the display on the computer. 2 Your computer's serial number Y

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Before Use > Ergonomic Considerations 9 nN Ergonomic Considerations You will be using your computer as a portable device in a variety of environments. Whenever possible, you should attempt to take account of the following ergonomic considerations for both stationary and portable environments: ❑ Position of your computer – Place the computer directly in front of you. Keep your forearms horizontal, with your wrists in a neutral, comfortable position while using the keyboard or the pointing devic

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Before Use > Ergonomic Considerations 10 nN ❑ Viewing angle of the computer display – Use the display tilting feature to find the best position. You can reduce eye strain and muscle fatigue by adjusting the tilt of the display to the proper position. Adjust the brightness level of the display as well. ❑ Lighting – Choose a location where windows and lights do not cause glare and reflection on the display. Use indirect lighting to avoid bright spots on the display. Proper lighting adds to your

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Getting Started > 11 nN Getting Started This section describes how to get started with using your VAIO computer. ! Before starting your computer for the first time, do not connect any other hardware that did not originally come with your computer. Upon completion, connect one device (for example, a printer, an external hard disk drive, a scanner, and so on) at a time, following the manufacturer's instructions. ❑ Locating Controls and Ports (page 12) ❑ About the Indicator Lights (page 18) ❑ Conn

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Getting Started > Locating Controls and Ports 12 nN Locating Controls and Ports Take a moment to identify the controls and ports shown on the following pages. ! The appearance of your computer may be different from those illustrated in this manual due to variations in specifications. Front A LCD screen (page 150) B Keyboard (page 34) C Built-in MOTION EYE camera (page 39) D Built-in MOTION EYE camera indicator (page 18) E Built-in speakers (stereo) F Ambient light sensor (page 36), (page 192) Me

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Getting Started > Locating Controls and Ports 13 nN A ASSIST button (page 38) B Window arrangement button (page 38) C VAIO button (page 38) D Drive eject button (page 38), (page 40) E SPEED mode indicator (page 18), (page 123) F Performance selector switch (page 123) G AUTO mode indicator (page 18), (page 123) H STAMINA mode indicator (page 18), (page 123) * I "Memory Stick Duo" slot (page 47) J Media Access indicator (page 18) K SD memory card slot (page 58) L WIRELESS switch (page 64), (page 7

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Getting Started > Locating Controls and Ports 14 nN Back A Battery connector (page 21) * B SIM card slot (page 68) * On selected models only.

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Getting Started > Locating Controls and Ports 15 nN Right *1 A USB port (page 120) B Optical disc drive (page 40) C Manual eject hole (page 185) *2 D Monitor port (page 110) E Power button/Power indicator (page 18) *1 Compliant with the USB 2.0 standard and supports high-/full-/low- speeds. *2 Not accessible when your computer is attached to the port replicator.

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Getting Started > Locating Controls and Ports 16 nN Left A DC IN port (page 19) B Air vent C Security slot *1 D Network (LAN) port (page 63) *2 E HDMI output port (page 113) *3 F USB ports (page 120) G ExpressCard/34 slot (page 54) *1 Not accessible when your computer is attached to the port replicator. *2 There may be no sound from an output device connected to the HDMI output port for the first few seconds after playback starts. This does not indicate a malfunction. *3 Compliant with the USB

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Getting Started > Locating Controls and Ports 17 nN Bottom A Air vents B Port replicator connector cover (page 101) C Memory module compartment cover (page 137)

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Getting Started > About the Indicator Lights 18 nN About the Indicator Lights Your computer is equipped with the following indicator lights: Indicator Functions Power 1 Illuminates in green while the computer is in Normal mode, blinks slowly in orange while the computer is in Sleep mode, and turns off when the computer is turned off or enters Hibernate mode. Illuminates while the battery pack is charging. See Charging the Battery Pack (page 25) for more information. Charge Built-in MOTION EYE

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Getting Started > Connecting a Power Source 19 nN Connecting a Power Source You can use either an AC adapter or a rechargeable battery pack for supplying power to your computer. Before using the computer for the first time, you need to connect an AC adapter to your computer. ! Do not use your computer without installing the battery pack as it may cause the computer to malfunction. Using the AC Adapter While your computer is directly connected to an AC power source and has a battery pack install

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Getting Started > Connecting a Power Source 20 nN ✍ To disconnect your computer completely from an AC power source, unplug the AC adapter from the AC outlet. Make sure that an AC outlet is easily accessible. If you do not intend to use your computer for an extended period of time, place the computer into Hibernate mode. See Using Hibernate Mode (page 30).


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