Sony VAIO Notebook Computer user manual

User manual for the device Sony VAIO Notebook Computer

Device: Sony VAIO Notebook Computer
Size: 2,15 MB
Date of adding : 2014-03-22 17:45:00
Number of pages: 161
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Welcome.......................................................7
Using Your VAIO Notebook........................9
Using the Keyboard.....................................................9
The notebook keyboard keys .............................................11
Indicators ...........................................................................13
Indicator lights ...................................................................13
The Windows key in combination with other keys ...........14
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Change text in this variable definition to document title. Using a Phone Line................................................... 37 Using the LAN.......................................................... 38 Connecting Peripheral Devices ...............39 Connecting the Optional Docking Station ................ 39 Connecting the notebook to the docking station............... 41 Disconnecting the notebook from the docking station...... 42 Connecting the Floppy Disk Drive ..........................

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Controlling Power Management ...............................70 Viewing the Power Management status icons ...................70 Activating the Power Management toolbar .......................70 Power Management profiles ..............................................71 Power Management commands .........................................73 Conserving battery power..................................................74 Displaying Battery Information ................................75 To activate the bat

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Change text in this variable definition to document title. OpenMG Jukebox ................................................... 100 Electronic Music Distribution (EMD) services .............. 100 To start OpenMG Jukebox 2.0........................................ 101 To record a CD................................................................ 102 To transfer songs (check-in/check-out)........................... 103 Additional OpenMG Jukebox features ........................... 105 Notes on using

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Troubleshooting the Mouse and Touchpad.............136 Troubleshooting Drives, PC Cards, and Peripheral De- vices.........................................................................137 Troubleshooting the Software .................................139 Troubleshooting the Modem ...................................140 Troubleshooting Audio ...........................................141 Troubleshooting the Printer.....................................142 Getting Help..............................

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Welcome Congratulations on your purchase of this Sony VAIO® computer, and welcome to the VAIO 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 the 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 PC Cards ❑ Connecting VAIO Computers ❑ VAIO Action Setup ❑ Using the Center Jog Dial Control ❑ Using Memory Stick Media ❑ Using Power Saving Modes ❑ Using a Phone Line ❑ Using the LAN Using the Keyboard Your notebook keyboard is very similar to that of a typewriter, but the keyboard has additional keys that perform specific computer-related tasks. 9

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Change text in this variable definition to document title. Keyboard Print Screen Key Function Keys Correction Keys Backspace Key Shift Fn Key Key Fn Key Numeric Keypad Area Alt Key Navigation Keys Ctrl Key Windows Key Applications Key 10

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Using Your VAIO Notebook The notebook keyboard keys Key Description Numeric keypad The numeric keypad area contains the keys found on a area typical calculator. Use this area to type numbers or to perform mathematical calculations such as addition and subtraction. Note the following: ❑ To activate the numeric keypad, press the Num Lock key, which causes the Num Lock light to come on and remain on until the numeric keypad is deactivated. ❑ To deactivate the Num Lock key, press the Num Lock key ag

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Change text in this variable definition to document title. Key Description Operator keys Several keys are always used with at least one other key: Ctrl, Alt, and Shift. When held down with another key, the Ctrl (Control) and Alt (Alternate) keys offer another way to give commands. For example, in many applications, instead of choosing the Save command from a menu, you can hold down Ctrl and press S (referred to as Ctrl+S). The Shift key operates the same way as on a typewriter; it is used to pro

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Using Your VAIO Notebook Indicators Indicator Function Power Light is green when the notebook is powered on, flashes amber when the notebook is in Standby mode, and turns off when the notebook is in Hibernate mode or is powered off. Battery Indicates the status of the battery, which is attached at the rear of the notebook. Memory Stick Indicates the Memory Stick slot is in use. Docking Station Indicates the Docking Station is in use. Indicator lights Light On Off Hard disk Data is being read fro

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

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Using Your VAIO Notebook Combination Function Shift + Returns all minimized windows to their previous size. +M + R Displays the Run window. This is the equivalent of selecting Run from the Start menu. Fn + + Displays the Properties window. This is the equivalent of Insert clicking the System icon in the Control Panel. The Fn key in combination with other keys Combination/ Feature Functions Fn+ (F3) Toggles the built-in speaker off and on. Speaker switch Fn+ (F4) Adjusts the built-in speaker volu

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Change text in this variable definition to document title. Combination/ Feature Functions Fn+ / Toggles through the LCD and external display. (F7) LCD and external display Only LCD Switch to the Only external display external display Fn+ (F12) Provides for the lowest level of power consumption. When Hibernate you execute this command, the state of the system and state of the peripheral devices are written to the hard disk and the system power is turned off. To return the system to the original s

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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 Right Button Touchpad Left Button Actions Descriptions 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. Right-click Press the right button once. In many applications, this acti

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Change text in this variable definition to document title. ✍ See Mouse Properties for information on touchpad features, such as clicking both buttons simultaneously, adjusting touchpad speed, and Easy Launcher functions. To access Mouse Properties, press the Start button, select Settings, and then select Control Panel. Double-click the Mouse icon in the Control Panel. 18

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Using PC Cards Using PC Cards Your notebook includes a PC Card slot. PC Cards allow you to connect portable external devices. ✍ Note the following: ❑ The PC Card slot can accommodate one Type I or Type II PC Card and is compatible with a CardBus. ❑ Some PC Cards may require that you disable idle devices when using the PC Card. You can use Sony Notebook Setup to disable devices. See “Displaying the Sony Notebook Setup Screen” for more information. ❑ Be sure to use the most recent software driv

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Change text in this variable definition to document title. ✍ Note the following: ❑ Do not force a card into the slot. It may damage the connector pins. ❑ If you have difficulty inserting a card, check that you are inserting the card with the correct orientation. ❑ Do not carry your notebook while the head of the PC Card (such as a wireless LAN card) is out of the slot. Pressure or shock may damage the connector pins. ❑ See the manual that came with your PC Card for more information on its use.


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