Acer 4000M user manual

User manual for the device Acer 4000M

Device: Acer 4000M
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User’s Reference Guide
TM
TravelMate 4000M
Notebook Computer
P/N 9793374-0001, Rev. A
August 1994

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Contents Contents Preface Chapter 1 Using the Setup Programs Accessing the Setup Programs ................................. 1-2 Date and Time Parameters....................................... 1-7 Disk Drive Parameters ............................................. 1-8 Input/Output (I/O) Parameters................................ 1-9 Keyboard Parameters ............................................... 1-12 Memory Parameters ................................................. 1-13 Power Management Par

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Contents Chapter 4 Laptop Manager Laptop Manager Features......................................... 4-2 LM Main Menu......................................................... 4-3 Adding Applications to the Menu.............................. 4-5 Adding Items to the Application Menu...................... 4-14 Changing LM Menu Colors....................................... 4-15 LM_Setup................................................................. 4-16 Chapter 5 Power Saving Utilities Optimizing Ba

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Contents Chapter 8 VGA External Monitor Utilities Capabilities.............................................................. 8-2 VGA Utility............................................................... 8-5 Advanced Monitor Operations .................................. 8-13 External Monitor Troubleshooting............................ 8-17 Chapter 9 Other Utilities ALARM Utility .......................................................... 9-2 GETSTAT Utility........................................

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Contents Chapter 12 Portable CD-ROM Docking System Features................................................................... 12-2 Docking Your Notebook ............................................ 12-6 Undocking the Notebook .......................................... 12-8 Using the Portable CD-ROM Docking System ........... 12-10 Options.................................................................... 12-15 Appendix A Specifications Appendix B Character Sets Appendix C Keyboard Layouts Appe

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Copyright (©) 1994 Texas Instruments Incorporated All Rights Reserved — Printed in U.S.A. TravelMate 4000M Notebook User’s Reference Guide TI Part No. 9793374-0001, Rev. A Original Issue: April 1994 Changes may be made periodically to the information in this publication. Such changes will be incorporated in new editions of this manual. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopy, rec

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Preface Preface Your TravelMate 4000M computer comes with a variety of standard features and options that maximize system performance and ease of operation. This manual acts as a reference for software utilities and hardware included with your notebook. Chapter 1- Shows you the basics of system setup using the supplied Setup programs. Chapter 2 - Provides information on system software configuration and utility installation. Chapter 3 - Describes custom Windows utilities. Chapter 4 - Describes

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Preface Appendix A - Provides system specifications for the TM4000M. Appendix B - Displays character sets used by the TM4000M. Appendix C - Displays domestic and international keyboard layouts. Appendix D - Describes diagnostics and error codes for your TM4000M. Appendix E - Describes the power consumption values for your TM4000M. Appendix F - Describes memory configuration for your TM4000M. Appendix G - Describes connector pin assignments for the TM4000M and Portable CD-ROM Docking System. Appe

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1 Using the Setup Programs This chapter explains: ❑ How to access the Setup Programs ❑ How to select and save parameters Contents Accessing the Setup Programs .........................................1-2 Initial Startup Procedure .............................................1-2 Startup Menu ..............................................................1-3 Creating Backup System Diskettes ..............................1-4 System Recovery Diskette............................................1-4 Acc

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Accessing the Setup Programs Accessing the Setup Programs Your computer has three setup programs to assist you in selecting required hardware and software parameters: ❑ Disk-based Setup ❑ ROM-based Setup ❑ Windows-based Setup Initial Startup Procedure The first time you boot up your notebook, your system automatically runs Setup. The following questions are asked: 1. You are asked which country your keyboard is designed to support. Once this information is provided, the Windows Setup program au

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Accessing the Setup Programs Delete - delete the video (the video takes up 12 MB of hard disk space) 5. Make your selection. The system reboots to the Startup Menu. Startup Menu Each time your system boots, the Startup Menu appears. You have ten seconds to make selections from this menu, otherwise the boot process continues with previously configured parameters. The following is a description of the Startup Menu: Startup Menu Options Option Description Standard Windows for Loads PCMCIA dri

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Accessing the Setup Programs Creating Backup System Diskettes You should create your back up system diskettes as soon as possible after purchasing your notebook. To create backup system diskettes, complete the following steps: 1. Ensure that you have 17 (for U.S.A.) or 18 (all other countries) high density, 1.4 MB, 3.5" diskettes. 2. Boot your system. System startup begins. A DOS Startup Menu appears. 3. Select option 5, SYSTEM MAINTENANCE AND BACKUP. The system backup menu is displayed.

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Accessing the Setup Programs You should keep your System Recovery diskette updated with your latest Windows configuration. To do this, complete the following steps: 1. The first time you complete a new addition or change to Windows (such as adding a new software icon), manually copy all *.GRP and *.INI files to the first copy of the System Recovery diskette. These files are located in the C:\Windows directory. 2. The next time you complete a new addition or change to Windows, you should manual

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Accessing the Setup Programs Accessing ROM-Based Setup ROM-based Setup resides in internal ROM. It is identical to disk-based Setup except it does not have any online help. To access Page 1 of ROM-based Setup, save any work in progress, and press CTRL-ALT-ESC. You can then select parameters as you do for disk-based Setup. The system reboots even if changes are not made. Accessing Windows-Based Setup To access Windows-based Setup, select the Windows Control Panel in the Main Windows group. Then

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Date and Time Parameters Date a nd T ime P arameters Page No. Access Path Parameter Definitions and Values (Disk/ROM) (Windows) Time Pressing the space bar when seconds Page 1 Main are highlighted resets seconds to 00. ⇓ Control Panel ⇓ International ⇓ Time Format Date The day-of-week value is set Page 1 Main automatically when you set the date. ⇓ Control Panel ⇓ International ⇓ Date/Time Date Display Determines whether the time is Page 1 Main (Time Display) displayed in 12-hour or 24-hour for

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Disk Drive Parameters Disk Drive Parameters Page No. Access Path Parameter Definitions and Values (Disk/ROM) (Windows) Diskettes Drives Do not change from defaults unless Page 1 Cannot change. Drive A, Drive B external floppy drive configured as Use disk- or floppy drive ROM-based Setup Values: 3.5", 1.44 MB (default, Drive A) 3.5" 720 KB, 5.25", 360 KB, 5.25", 1.2 MB Not installed (default, Drive B) Hard Disk 1 & 2 Do not change. Page 1 Cannot change. Use disk- or ROM-based Setup 1-8 Using the

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Input/Output (I/O) Parameters Input/Output (I/O) Parameters The input/output (I/O) parameters define how the computer treats the following I/O devices: ❑ SerialPort ❑ Parallel port ❑ SCSI ❑ PCMCIA ❑ Game Port ❑ PS/2 Port You can use these parameters to enable and define the ports. Page No. Access Path Parameter Definitions and Values (Disk/ROM) (Windows) Standard Defines whether the port is enabled Page 4 Main Comm ⇓ (Serial Port)g11 Values: Control Panel Enabled (default) ⇓ Disabled WSETUP ⇓ I/

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Input/Output (I/O) Parameters Page No. Access Path Parameter Definitions and Values (Disk/ROM) (Windows) Baud Rate Page 4 Refer to your Windows documentation Data Bits Values: Page 4 Refer to your 7, 8 (default) Windows documentation Stop Bits Values: Page 4 Refer to your 1 (default), 2 Windows documentation Parity Values: Page 4 Refer to your Odd, Even, None (default) Windows documentation Parallel Port Defines whether parallel port enabled Page 4 Main ⇓ Values: Control Panel LPT 1 (default) ⇓

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Input/Output (I/O) Parameters Page No. Access Path Parameter Definitions and Values (Disk/ROM) (Windows) SCSI BIOS Values: Page 4 Main Disable (default) ⇓ Enable Control Panel ⇓ WSETUP ⇓ I/O Ports ⇓ SCSI BIOS PCMCIA Selects status for PCMCIA option Main ⇓ Values: Control Panel Hardware- ⇓ OFF WSETUP ON ⇓ BIOS- I/O Ports OFF ⇓ ON PCMCIA Game Port Selects status for MIDI/Joy Port Main ⇓ Values: Control Panel OFF ⇓ ON WSETUP ⇓ I/O Ports ⇓ Game Port PS/2 Port Selects device for PS/2 port No a

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Keyboard Parameters Keyboard Parameters Page No. Access Path Parameter Definitions and Values (Disk/ROM) (Windows) Caps Lock Startup status of Caps Lock indicator Page 3 Main ⇓ Values: Control Panel On ⇓ Off (default) WSETUP ⇓ Keyboard ⇓ Lock Key State Num Lock Startup status of Num Lock indicator Page 3 Main ⇓ Values: Control Panel On (default) ⇓ Off WSETUP ⇓ Keyboard ⇓ Lock Key State Scroll-Lock Startup status of Scroll Lock indicator Page 3 Main ⇓ Values: Control Panel On ⇓ Off (default) WSE


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