Sony PCGA-UMS1 user manual

User manual for the device Sony PCGA-UMS1

Device: Sony PCGA-UMS1
Size: 1,63 MB
Date of adding : 2014-03-22 17:45:00
Number of pages: 136
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Welcome.......................................................7
Using Your VAIO Notebook........................9
Using the Keyboard...................................................10
Functions of the keyboard keys .........................................11
Combinations and functions with the Windows key .........12
Indicators ...........................................................................13
Indicator lights ...................................................................14
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Change text in this variable definition to document title. Using the Weight Saver ............................................ 37 To attach the weight saver ................................................ 37 To remove the weight saver.............................................. 38 Using Power Saving Modes...................................... 39 Normal mode..................................................................... 39 Standby mode.....................................................

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Connecting a TV Display..........................................56 To connect a TV ................................................................56 Changing the display resolution for TV Out .....................56 Notes on TV display ..........................................................57 Connecting a USB Device.........................................58 To connect a USB device...................................................58 Connecting an i.LINK Device..............................

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Change text in this variable definition to document title. Displaying Battery Information ................................ 75 To activate the Battery Information toolbar...................... 75 Battery icon descriptions................................................... 75 To display detailed battery information............................ 76 To customize the Battery Information toolbar and alarm sys- tem..................................................................................... 77 Se

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Troubleshooting......................................105 Troubleshooting Your Notebook ............................106 My notebook does not start..............................................106 My notebook starts, but a BIOS error is displayed..........106 My notebook starts, but the message “Operating system not found” appears and Windows does not start....................107 My notebook stops responding or does not shut down....108 The Power Management setting is not responding..........108 T

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Change text in this variable definition to document title. 115 My PC Card is not working. ........................................... 115 Troubleshooting Software....................................... 116 My software program stops responding or crashes......... 116 When I click an application icon, the message “You must in- sert the application CD into your optical drive” appears and the software does not start............................................... 116 I cannot use the DVgate software.

Summary of the content on the page No. 7

Welcome Congratulations on your purchase of this Sony VAIO® computer, and welcome to the VAIO Notebook 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. 7

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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 Floppy Disk Drive ❑ Using the Optical Disc Drive ❑ Using PC Cards ❑ Using a Second Battery Pack ❑ Using the Weight Saver ❑ Using Power Saving Modes ❑ Connecting a Phone Line ❑ Connecting to a LAN 9

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Change text in this variable definition to document title. Using the Keyboard Your keyboard is very similar to a typewriter’s, but the keyboard has additional keys that perform specific computer-related tasks. Keyboard Correction keys Escape key Function keys Print Screen key Shift key Ctrl key Applications key Navigation keys Fn key Alt key Windows® key Numeric keypad area 10

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Using the Keyboard Functions of the keyboard keys Key Description Numeric keypad Contains the keys found on a typical calculator. Use the area numeric keypad area to type numbers or to perform mathematical calculations such as addition and subtraction. Note that you must press the Num Lock key to activate the numeric keypad. (When you do so, the Num Lock light will be on.) Navigation keys Several keys are devoted to moving the cursor on the screen. Correction keys The Insert, Back Space, and Del

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Change text in this variable definition to document title. Key Description Windows key The key with the Windows® logo displays the Windows Start menu; it is the equivalent of clicking the Start button on the taskbar. See “Combinations and functions with the Windows key” for more information. Fn key The Fn key is used in combination with other keys to issue commands. See “Combinations and functions with the Fn key” for more information. Applications key The Applications key displays a shortcut me

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Using the Keyboard Combination Function Shift + + M Returns all minimized windows to their previous size. + R Displays the Run window. This is the equivalent of selecting Run from the Start menu. Fn + + Insert Displays the System Properties window. This is the equivalent of selecting Control Panel and then System from the Start menu. 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

Summary of the content on the page No. 14

Change text in this variable definition to document title. Indicator lights Light On Off Num The number keys in the numeric The alphanumeric character keys Lock keypad are active. in the keypad area are active. Caps The letters appear in uppercase as you Letters appear in lower case as Lock type. The Shift key lowers the case of you type (unless you hold down typed letters when Caps Lock is on. the Shift key). Scroll The screen scrolls differently. Information moves across the Lock (Exactly how

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Using the Keyboard Combinations and functions with the Fn key ✍ If you switch user identities during a computing session, the Fn+F7 and Fn+F8 key functionality (if available on your computer) will be interrupted. To switch to an external display or monitor, see “Selecting the Display Mode” for more information. Combinations/ Feature Function Fn+ (ESC) Puts the system into Standby mode, a power management Standby state. To return the system to the active state, press any key. Fn+ (F3) Toggles t

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Change text in this variable definition to document title. Combinations/ Feature Function LCD Fn+ only/ Toggles between LCD-only and dual LCD/TV display (F8) modes. Control TV Out LCD and external display Only LCD Only external display Connect the cable before you turn on the notebook, otherwise Fn + F8 will not work. Fn+ (F12) Provides for the lowest level of power consumption. Hibernate When you execute this command, the state of the system and state of the peripheral devices are written to th

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Using the Touchpad 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 Right button Left button 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. 17

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Change text in this variable definition to document title. 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.)

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Using the Floppy Disk Drive Using the Floppy Disk Drive Your notebook is supplied with the floppy disk drive in the multipurpose bay. To insert a floppy disk 1 Hold the floppy disk with the label side facing up. 2 Gently push the floppy disk into the drive until it clicks into place. Inserting a floppy disk Floppy disk Floppy disk drive 19

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Change text in this variable definition to document title. To remove a floppy disk 1 After you finish using the floppy disk, wait until the LED indicator turns off. 2 Press the Eject button to remove the floppy disk. Removing a floppy disk Eject button LED indicator ✍ Do not push the eject button when the LED indicator is turned on. Otherwise, data may be lost. To remove the floppy disk drive 1 Turn off the notebook. 2 Locate the release lever on the bottom of the notebook. 20


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