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Acer Aspire 2010 Series
Copyright © 2004 All Rights Reserved Acer Aspire 2010 Series Notebook Computer User's Guide Original Issue: March 2004 Changes may be made periodically to the information in this publication without obligation to notify any person of such revision or changes. Such changes will be incorporated in new editions of this manual or supplementary documents and publications. This company makes no representations or warranties, either expressed or implied, with respect to the contents herein and spec
English iii First things first Your guides A set of guides is provided to help you set up and use your Aspire computer. The Just for starters… poster shows you how to set up your computer. This User's Guide provides clear and concise information on using your computer productively. You are advised to read it thoroughly and keep it handy for future reference. For more information on our products, services, and support, please visit our web site: www.acer.com. Basic care and tips for using
iv Push the power button. To use this method, you must first click on the Power Management icon in Windows Control Panel, and then check that the power button is set to shut down the computer when pressed. See Windows Help for more information. Note: If you are unable to shut down the computer in the usual way, press and hold the power button for more than four seconds. You should then wait at least two seconds before turning the computer on again. Taking care of your computer Your compu
English v The total ampere ratings of equipment plugged into a power strip should not exceed the ampere rating for that power strip. Taking care of your battery pack It is also important that you look after your computer's battery pack. Use the correct battery model for your computer. Do not use other kinds of batteries. Turn the power off before removing or replacing the battery. Do not tamper with the battery. Keep the battery away from children. Dispose of batteries according to
First things first iii Your guides iii Basic care and tips for using your computer iii Turning your computer on and off iii Taking care of your computer iv Taking care of your AC adapter iv Taking care of your battery pack v Cleaning and servicing v Getting familiar with your computer 1 A tour of your computer 3 Open view 3 Front view 5 Top view 6 Left view 7 Right view 8 Rear view 9 Bottom view 11 Features 12 Display 13 Indicators 14 Keyboard 16 Lock keys 16 Embedded numeric keypad 17 Windows k
Operating on battery power 31 Battery pack 33 Battery pack characteristics 33 Maximizing the battery's life 33 Installing and removing the battery pack 34 Charging the battery 35 Checking the battery level 35 Optimizing battery life 35 Battery-low warning 36 Power management 37 Peripherals and options 39 External display devices 41 External input devices 41 External keyboard 41 External keypad 41 External pointing device 41 USB devices 42 IEEE 1394 Port 43 Printer 44 Audio devices 44 Expansion d
Arcade Hot keys 59 Finding and playing content 60 Advanced Settings 60 Arcade controls 61 Navigation controls 61 Player controls 61 Cinema 62 DVD settings 62 Album 64 Video 66 Playing a video file 66 Editing a video file 66 Music 67 Burner 67 Copy - backup your CD/DVD collection 67 Audio - create your own greatest hits CDs 67 Data - store files simply and easily 68 Video - your world in pictures 68 BIOS Setup Utility 69 Troubleshooting 71 Frequently asked questions 73 Appendix A Specifications
Getting familiar with your computer
Your Aspire 2010 notebook computer combines solid performance, versatility, multimedia capabilities and portability with stylish design. Increase your productivity by working wherever you are. This chapter provides an in-depth "tour" of your computer's features.
English 3 A tour of your computer After setting up your new Aspire notebook computer, as illustrated in the Just for starters… poster, take a few minutes to explore the your sytem. Open view # Item Description 1 Screen Wide screen display provides visual output. 2 Power Button Turns the computer on or off. English
4 Getting familiar with your computer # Item Description 3 Launch keys Buttons that can be programmed to start frequently used applications. 4 Stereo Speakers Produce stereo sound 5 Touchpad Touch sensitive pad that functions like a computer mouse. 6 Click buttons and 4-way Right and left buttons that provide the scroll key same functions as the buttons on a computer mouse. The scroll key scrolls the contents of a window up and down, as well as right and left. English
English 5 Front view # Item Description 1 Headphone-in jack Connects headphones for audio output 2 Microphone-in jack Connects an external microphone for audio input 3 4 in 1 Card Reader Supports: - MemoryStick (for models with - MultiMediaCard Discrete VGA only) - SecureDigital - SmartMedia 4 Latch Locks and releases the lid 5 Bluetooth Button Starts Bluetooth functionality (optional) 6 Wireless Button Turns an internal wireless device on or off (optional) English
6 Getting familiar with your computer Top view # Item Description 1 Built-in Microphone For recording audio on the computer 2 Status Indicator LEDs that turn on and off to show the system status. English
English 7 Left view # Item Description 1 PC card slot Type II PC card slot, supports PCMCIA or CardBus. 2 PC card eject button Press the eject button to remove a PC card from the PC card slot. 3 LED indicator Lights up when the optical drive in active. 4 Eject button Ejects optical drive tray. 5 Emergency eject hole Ejects optical drive tray when the computer is turned off. See page 25 for more detail. English
8 Getting familiar with your computer Right view # Item Description 1 Infrared port Interfaces with infrared devices (e.g. infrared printer, IR-aware computer, etc...) 2 DC-in jack Connect the AC power adapter 3 Kensington lock slot For attaching a security device. 4 Ventilation Slot Enables the computer to stay cool, even after prolonged use. English
English 9 Rear view # Item Description 1 S-video Connects to a television or display device with S-video input. 2 External display port Connects an external (VGA) display monitor. 3,4, USB ports USB 2.0 ports. 8 5 Network jack Connects the computer to an Ethernet network. 6 Modem jack Connects the built-in fax/data modem to a phone line. 7 Parallel port Connects a parallel device, such as a printer. English
10 Getting familiar with your computer # Item Description 9 IEEE 1394 port Connects IEEE 1394 devices. English
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