Sony VGC-JS300 user manual

User manual for the device Sony VGC-JS300

Device: Sony VGC-JS300
Size: 3,33 MB
Date of adding : 2013-07-11 17:44:38
Number of pages: 120
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User Guide
Personal Computer
VGC-JS300 Series

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2 nN Contents Before Use.......................................................................... 4 Using Peripheral Devices..................................................52 Finding More about Your VAIO Computer .................... 5 Connecting External Speakers or Headphones ..........53 Ergonomic Considerations ............................................ 9 Connecting a USB Device ...........................................54 Connecting an i.LINK Device....................................

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3 nN Troubleshooting ................................................................ 84 Computer .................................................................... 86 System Security .......................................................... 91 Built-in MOTION EYE Camera.................................... 92 Networking .................................................................. 94 Bluetooth Technology ................................................. 97 Optical Discs .................

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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 state-of-the-art personal computing experience. ! External views illustrated in this manual may look slightly different from those of your computer. ® ® Information in the supplied manuals including this User Guide is intended for users of the VAIO computers with t

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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. 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

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Before Use > Finding More about Your VAIO Computer 6 nN ❑ Program help files — May be included with the preinstalled programs on your computer. You may be able to access the help files from the help menu on a specific program. ™ ® ❑ SmartWi Connection Utility Help (Selected models only) — Information about setting up Bluetooth , wireless LAN, GPS, and wireless WAN functions. Features and options may not be available on your computer. See the specifications to find out about configuration of y

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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 Whenever possible, you should attempt to take account of the following ergonomic considerations: ❑ Position of your computer – Place the display directly in front of you (1). Keep your forearms horizontal (2), with your wrists in a neutral, comfortable position (3) while using the keyboard, pointing device, or mouse. Let your upper arms hang naturally at your sides. Take frequent breaks while using your computer. Excessive use

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Before Use > Ergonomic Considerations 10 nN ❑ Viewing angle of the display – Use the display's 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. ! While adjusting the viewing angle, do not exert excessive pressure on your computer to eliminate a risk of mechanical damage. ❑ Lighting – Choose a location where windows and lights do not cause glare

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Getting Started > 11 nN Getting Started This section describes how to get started using your VAIO computer. ❑ Locating Controls and Ports (page 12) ❑ About the Indicator Lights (page 16) ❑ Setting Up Your Computer (page 17) ❑ Shutting Down Your Computer Safely (page 20) ❑ Updating Your Computer (page 21)

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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. Front A LCD screen (page 75) B Built-in microphone (monaural) C Built-in MOTION EYE camera indicator (page 16) D Built-in MOTION EYE camera (page 25) E WIRELESS indicator (page 16) F Disc drive indicator (page 16) G Power indicator (page 16) H Power button I Built-in speakers (stereo) J Bottom chassis frame (page 78)

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Getting Started > Locating Controls and Ports 13 nN Back A Air vent B Cable clamps (page 17), (page 18) C Prop-up stand (page 78) D DC IN port (page 18) E Network (Ethernet) port (page 42) * F Hi-Speed USB (USB 2.0) ports (page 54) G OPTICAL OUT port (page 53) (Output Sampling Rate: 44.1 KHz/48.0 KHz/96.0 KHz) H i.LINK 4-pin (S400) port (page 56) I Memory module compartment cover (page 68) * Support high-/full-/low- speeds. ! The area around the air vent (1) becomes hot while your computer is on

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Getting Started > Locating Controls and Ports 14 nN Right A Optical disc drive (page 26) B Manual eject hole (page 100) C Drive eject button (page 26)

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Getting Started > Locating Controls and Ports 15 nN Left *1 A Memory Stick slot (page 33) B Media Access indicator (page 16) C SD memory card slot (page 38) *2 D Hi-Speed USB (USB 2.0) ports (page 54) E Headphones jack (page 53) F Microphone jack Connect an external microphone. G Line In jack Connect an external audio device for audio input. H WIRELESS switch (page 43) *1 Your computer supports both the standard-size Memory Stick and the Duo- size Memory Stick. *2 Support high-/full-/low- speeds

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Getting Started > About the Indicator Lights 16 nN About the Indicator Lights Your computer is equipped with the following indicator lights: Indicator Functions Power 1 Illuminates in green when the computer is on, illuminates in orange while the computer is in Sleep mode, and turns off when the computer is off. Built-in MOTION EYE camera Illuminates while the built-in MOTION EYE camera is in use. Media Access Illuminates when data is read from or written to a memory card. (Do not place the com

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Getting Started > Setting Up Your Computer 17 nN Setting Up Your Computer Connecting the Keyboard and the Mouse A USB keyboard and a USB mouse are supplied with your computer. To connect the keyboard and the mouse 1 Plug the keyboard cable (1) and the mouse cable (2) to your desired USB ports (3) on the back of the computer. 2 Route the mouse cable (2) through the cable clamp (4) on the back of your computer.

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Getting Started > Setting Up Your Computer 18 nN Connecting a Power Source You need an AC adapter to connect your computer to an AC power source. ✍ Use only the supplied AC adapter for your computer. To connect the AC adapter 1 Plug one end of the power cord (1) into the AC adapter (3). 2 Plug the other end of the power cord into an AC outlet (2). 3 Plug the AC adapter cable (4) into the DC IN port (5). 4 Route the AC adapter cable through the cable clamp (6).

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Getting Started > Setting Up Your Computer 19 nN ! The shape of the DC In plug varies depending on the AC adapter. ✍ To disconnect your computer completely from AC power, unplug the AC adapter when the computer is off. Make sure that the AC outlets are easily accessible. ! If you unplug the AC adapter from your computer while the computer is on or in Sleep mode, you may lose all unsaved data.

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Getting Started > Shutting Down Your Computer Safely 20 nN Shutting Down Your Computer Safely To avoid losing unsaved data, be sure to shut down your computer properly, as described below. To shut down your computer 1 Turn off any peripherals connected to the computer. 2 Click Start, the arrow next to the Lock button, and then Shut Down. 3 Respond to any prompts warning you to save documents or to consider other users and wait for the computer to turn off automatically. The power indicator lig


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