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You can customize the settings of your notebook. The following sections
briefly describe how to change your computer’s default settings. You can
also refer to Sony Notebook Setup Help for more detailed information.
To display the Sony Notebook Setup screen:
Click the Start button on the Windows® taskbar.
Point to VAIO and click Sony Notebook Setup.
Select the tab for the item you want to chang
!$ $ # About This Computer Display system information, including memory capacity, serial number, and BIOS version. Printer Change printer port mode settings. Initial Setting Change the volume of the sounds that play while the operating system is loading. Select the order of drives and devices from which you want to load the operating system. Touchpad When you connect an optional mouse to your computer
% & % & The PowerPanel utility allows you to control the power management of your notebook and provides key information about system activity. The following sections briefly describe how to conserve your computer’s battery power. You can also refer to the PowerPanel Help for more detailed information. To activate a profile or command, see “Displaying Battery Information” on page 7. % "% # The PowerPanel icon (displayed
$#% You can customize power management settings, such as the system timer and the brightness of the screen, to your individual tastes. To customize a setting: Click the Current Profile icon on the PowerPanel toolbar. Select Edit/Create Profiles from the menu. Click a profile whose setting you want to change from the list in the left panel. Double-click an item whose setting you want to change fr
% & Presentation – Keeps the display on at all times while it conserves power. This option is ideal for slide show presentations. You can establish settings for LCD (Video) Standby, Hard Disk Sleep, and System Suspend to optimize power management for your system. Communications – Extends battery life by initiating a quick display timeout. The Internal modem remains powered. You can also establish settings for LCD (Video) Standby and System Suspend to optimize pow
% & ) PowerPanel also provides power management commands that you can use to activate specific power management functions and to control power for a specific device. You might use these commands when you want to override a profile setting or initiate an immediate action, such as putting the system into Video Standby mode before the Video Standby timer expires. # # System Idle – Puts the system into Syst
! * ! ( ! * ! ( You can display detailed information about the battery in your computer. The following sections briefly describe how to display your computer’s general battery information. You can also refer to BatteryScope Help for more detailed information. $#' * !# Right-click the taskbar at the bottom of the screen. Select Toolbar from the pop-up menu, and then click BatteryScope. The BatteryScope appears on the taskbar
! )* ! ( Double-click the battery icon in the system tray to display the BatteryScope window. The screen appears displaying the Battery tab, which contains information such as the estimated time to empty and the charging time. $#"* !# ) ! You can customize the BatteryScope toolbar to suit your portable computing needs, including modifications to the alarm settings
" "+ )% ( !(% " "+ )% ( !(% $#" "% )%) ( !(% Click the Start button, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel. Click UI Design Selector. Click << or >> and select the desired design. Click Apply. The “UI Design Selector” window design changes. The window design for your Sony software will match the UI Design Selector window when you click OK. To try another selection, click << or >> and the
# " !&) This notebook uses the NeoMagic® video controller. You can select which display is used when the computer is connected to an external display. Click the Start button on the Windows taskbar. Point to Settings and click Control Panel. Click the Display icon. Click the Settings tab, and then click the Advanced button. In Windows 98, the NeoMagic MagicMedia 256XL+ Properties window displays. In Windows 200
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Select the following options: 01 ! '# , # CRT Enables the external computer display option. Projector Enables the projector option. Monitor Settings Independent Display Click to place a checkmark when you want to Timing set the resolution and refresh rate differently from the computer’s LCD. To change the resolution and refresh rate, see step 6 of Selecting the Display Mode. Projector Settin
# " !&) ( 1 ) !2 /# If you selected CRT/Projector in step 6 of Selecting the Display Mode, you can set the resolution and so forth as appropriate for the type of external computer display or projector. Click Details in step 6 of Selecting the Display Mode on the previous page. Advanced Settings appears. Select the display type. , # CRT Connection to an external computer display. Projector Connection to a projector. Se
- " !, # The dual display function allows you to distribute portions of your desktop across separate displays. For example, if you have an external monitor attached to the monitor connector, your LCD display and the monitor can function as a single desktop. You can move the cursor off one display and onto the other. This allows you to drag objects, such as an open application window or a toolbar, from one displa
- " !, # * Click the Advanced button. + Click the NeoMagic tab. , Check the Set Dual-Display option and click OK. The System Settings Change dialog box appears. = Click Yes to restart your system. "# ) ( #") ! You can set the display colors and resolution for each display that is part of a virtual desktop. Follow steps 1 to 4 above to display the Display Properties screen. Select the display you wish to change (1 or 2) by clickin