Sony VAIO VGN-AR100 user manual

User manual for the device Sony VAIO VGN-AR100

Device: Sony VAIO VGN-AR100
Size: 2,15 MB
Date of adding : 2013-07-05 17:45:21
Number of pages: 210
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User Guide
Personal Computer
VGN-AR100 Series

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2 nN Contents Before Use .........................................................................................................................................................................6 Documentation.............................................................................................................................................................6 Ergonomic Considerations............................................................................................................

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3 nN Using Wireless LAN (WLAN) .....................................................................................................................................75 Using the Bluetooth Functionality ..............................................................................................................................84 Using Peripheral Devices.................................................................................................................................................8

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4 nN Precautions ....................................................................................................................................................................138 On Handling the LCD Screen ..................................................................................................................................139 On Using the Power Source ................................................................................................................................

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5 nN Speakers..................................................................................................................................................................186 Touch Pad................................................................................................................................................................187 Keyboard............................................................................................................................................

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6 nN Before Use 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. Documentation Your documentation includes printed information and user guides to read on your VAIO computer. Printed Documentation ❑ Welcome mat — Contains an overview of connections, setting up information, etc. ❑ Safety informat

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7 nN Before Use Non-printed Documentation ❑ User Guide (this manual) — Contains features of your computer. It also includes information about the software programs included with your computer, as well as information on solving common problems. ❑ Specifications — The online Specifications describe the hardware and software configuration of your VAIO computer. To view the online Specifications: 1 Connect to the Internet. 2 Go to the Sony online support Web site at http://esupport.sony.com/EN/VA

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8 nN Before Use ❑ MCE guide (Selected models only) — Provides information about using the Windows XP Media Center Edition operating system. To access this on-screen guide: 1 Click Start, point to All Programs, and click VAIO Support Central. 2 Click VAIO Documentation. 3 Click MCE guide.

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9 nN Before Use 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 to both stationary and portable environments: ❑ Position of your computer – Place the computer directly in front of you (1). Keep your forearms horizontal (2), with your wrists in a neutral, comfortable position (3) while using the keyboard, touch pad, or external mouse. Let yo

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10 nN Before Use ❑ Viewing angle of the computer's 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 setting of the display as well. ❑ Lighting – Choose a location where windows and lights do not create glare and reflection on the display. Use indirect lighting to avoid bright spots on the display. You can also purchase accessories for your displ

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11 nN Getting Started Getting Started This section describes how to get started with using your VAIO computer. ! Before the first computer startup, do not connect any new hardware that did not normally come with your computer. Make sure to start up your computer with only the supplied accessories connected and set up your system. Upon completion, connect one device (for example, a printer, external hard disk drive, scanner, and so on) at a time, following the manufacturer's instructions. ❑ Loc

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12 nN Getting Started Locating Controls and Ports Take a moment to identify the controls and ports shown on the following pages.

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13 nN Getting Started Front A Built-in MOTION EYE camera (page 34) B Built-in MOTION EYE camera indicator (page 19) C LCD screen (page 139) D Keyboard (page 29) E Built-in speakers F VAIO logo lamp (page 32) G Power button / Power indicator (page 19) H Touch pad (page 31) I Power indicator (page 19) J Battery indicator (page 19) K Hard disk drive indicator (page 19) L Memory Stick PRO/Duo media indicator (page 19) M LCD screen lid LOCK/RELEASE switch Make sure to slide this switch to the LOCK po

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14 nN Getting Started A Num lock indicator (page 19) B Caps lock indicator (page 19) C Scroll lock indicator (page 19) D S1/S2 buttons (page 32) E VOLUME buttons (page 32) F Disc drive eject button (page 35) G Muting button (page 32) / Muting indicator (page 19) * H CHANNEL buttons (page 32) * I TV REC button (page 32) J Play/Pause button (page 32) K Stop button (page 32) L Previous track button (page 32) M Next track button (page 32) N AV MODE button (page 32) * On selected models only.

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15 nN Getting Started Back *1 A VHF/UHF port (page 46) B Air vent C Battery connector (page 23) *2 D Hi-Speed USB (USB 2.0) port (page 113) E DC IN port (page 21) *1 On selected models only. *2 Supports high-/full-/low- speeds.

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16 nN Getting Started Right *1 A Hi-Speed USB (USB 2.0) ports (page 113) B PC Card release button (page 63) C PC Card slot (page 61) D ExpressCard media release button (page 67) *2 E Universal ExpressCard slot (page 65) ® F i.LINK (IEEE 1394) S400 port (page 117) *3 *4 G AV In jack (page 54) *3 *4 *5 H S VIDEO INPUT port (page 54) *5 *6 I S VIDEO OUTPUT port (page 105) J HDMI port (page 105) *6 K Monitor (VGA) port (page 101) L Network (Ethernet) port (page 119) M Modem port (page 74) *1 Supp

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17 nN Getting Started Left A OPTICAL OUT port (Output frequency 96 kHz/48 kHz/44 kHz/ Variable) Connect digital equipment such as an AV amplifier. B Microphone jack (page 112) C Headphones jack (page 99) D Optical disc drive (page 35) E Substitute drive eject button (page 35)/ Optical disc drive indicator (page 19) F Manual eject hole (page 174) G Security slot

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18 nN Getting Started Bottom A Multi function bay docking station connector (page 92) B Air vents

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19 nN Getting Started About the Indicator Lights Your computer is equipped with the following indicator lights. Indicator Functions Power 1 Illuminates when the power of the computer is on, blinks in Standby mode, and turns off when the computer is in Hibernate mode or off. Battery e Illuminates when the computer is using battery power, blinks when the battery is running out of power, and double-blinks when the battery is charging. Illuminates when data is read from or written to the Memory St

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20 nN Getting Started Indicator Functions Press the Scr Lk key to change how you scroll the display. Normal scrolling resumes when the Scroll lock Scroll lock indicator is off. The Scr Lk key functions differently depending on the program you are using and does not work with all programs. Illuminates when the WIRELESS switch is set to ON and Bluetooth technology is enabled. * Bluetooth technology WIRELESS LAN Illuminates when the wireless LAN function is running. * On selected models only.


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