Acer 600 Series user manual

User manual for the device Acer 600 Series

Device: Acer 600 Series
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frntcvr.frm Page 1 Friday, November 15, 1996 2:32 PM
User’s Guide
Extensa 600 Series
Notebook Computers
Black Process Plate

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Copyright © 1996 Texas Instruments All Rights Reserved — Printed in Taiwan Extensa Series Notebook Computer User’s Guide TI Part No. 9811345-0001 Original Issue: August 1996 First Revision: September 1996 Changes may be made periodically to the information in this publication. Such changes will be incorporated in new editions of this manual. Record the serial number, purchase date, and model number in the space provided below. The serial number and model number are recorded on the label af

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Extensa is a trademark of Texas Instruments. The icons in the Windows Notebook and Startup groups are copyrighted by Texas Instruments. IBM, AT, PS/2, and Token Ring are registered trademarks and OS/2 is a trademark of International Business Machines Corporation. Microsoft, MS-DOS, Windows and Xenix are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Ethernet is a registered trademark of Xerox Corporation. Kensington is a registered trademark of Kensington Microware, Inc. Synaptics is registe

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This device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This device generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not

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FCC Notice Use Conditions This part complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Notice: Canadian Users This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations. Remarque à l’intention des utilisateurs canadiens Cet appareil

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Duracell Notice The Texas Instruments Extensa 600 and 605 are designed to use a Duracell DR35S or DR201 Rechargeable Battery. Texas Instruments participates in the Duracell pro.link program. If you would like to purchase additional batteries, please call the Authorized Duracell Purchase Hotline at 1-800-603-8225. If you have questions about battery performance, recycling a used battery, or any other battery-related question, please call Duracell Consumer Relations at 1-800-551-2355 (9:00 AM -

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Contents Preface Chapter 1 Before You Begin Creating Backup Disks .................................1-2 Features of the Computer .............................1-3 Environmental Specifications........................1-5 Using the Computer .....................................1-6 Power Saving Modes .....................................1-8 Securing the Computer............................... 1-10 Using the AC Adapter ................................. 1-11 Chapter 2 Using Your Computer Starting the

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Contents Chapter 4 Options AC Adapter...................................................4-2 PC Cards......................................................4-3 Numeric Keypad ...........................................4-4 External Monitor ..........................................4-5 External Mouse ............................................4-6 External Keyboard........................................4-7 Memory........................................................4-8 Audio Options ............

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Preface This manual describes features of the Texas Instruments Extensa notebook computers. The Extensa series computers are similar in appearance and incorporate such features as CardBus, 16-bit stereo audio and internal pointing device. The following figure displays the Extensa computer. Extensa This manual should answer most of the questions you have about the day-to-day operation of your Extensa notebook computer. Use the Just for Starters… instructions that came with your computer to get

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Preface You should also take advantage of the online help files that are available with almost all of the programs shipped with your computer. We hope you enjoy your Extensa computer. With proper care, your computer will provide you with years of productive service. xi

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1 Before You Begin After completing instructions in Just for Starters…, read this chapter to learn about important functions of your computer. Some, such as Creating Backup Disks, should be performed as soon as possible after the purchase of your computer. Contents Creating Backup Disks ................................ 1-2 Features of the Computer ............................ 1-3 Standard Features................................ 1-3 Customizing Features ........................... 1-4 Environme

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Creating Backup Disks You should create your backup system disks as soon as possible after purchasing your computer. The process you follow depends on the operating system you selected when you installed the computer for the first time. ® Windows 95 Backing up Windows 95 requires approximately 43 formatted 3 1/2-inch, 1.44 MB diskettes. Labels for the disks are included with the manual. To create backup system disks, use the Create System Disk tool that is part of Windows 95. Windows for Workgr

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Features of the Computer Standard Features The following list displays the standard features: q 8 MB EDO (Extended Data Out) memory q 1 MB EDO video memory q Fast video graphics accelerator q 0-Volt Suspend and Standby functions q No-reboot setup function q STN color display q 16-bit stereo audio q Serial infrared communication q Duracell NiMH (Nickel-Metal-Hydride) or optional Li-Ion (Lithium-Ion) battery pack q 810 MB (or higher) capacity hard disk with Local Bus q Internal CD-ROM drive and ex

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Features of the Computer Customizing Features The following features allow you to customize your computer to fit your requirements. q PS/2 port for connecting an external keyboard, numeric keypad, or mouse q 9-pin serial port for connecting external devices such as a modem or mouse q Simultaneous display with external CRT q One Type III or two Type II/I PC Card slots q Parallel port with EPP and ECP for connecting to a printer or an external floppy disk drive q 8 MB, 16 MB and 32 MB EDO 32-bit t

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Environmental Specifications This section provides information on the optimum operating environment for your Extensa notebook computer. Temperature Operating: 50° to 95°F (10° to 35°C) Storage: -4° to 140°F (-20° to +60°C) Relative Humidity (Noncondensing) Operating: 20% to 85% Storage: 20% to 85% Shock Operating: Maximum 5g pulse in X, Y, and Z orientations Storage: Maximum 50g pulse in X, Y, and Z orientations Vibration Operating: Sinusoidal 5 to 25.6 Hz limited to 0.015 inch peak-to-peak maxi

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Using the Computer q Never pick up or carry your computer by the display. q Never use the computer in harsh environments where it could be subjected to rapid temperature changes or excessive dust. q Never expose the computer to excessive vibration. q Never expose the hard disk or floppy disk(s) to strong magnetic fields, such as those generated by audio system speakers or telephone handsets. q To avoid overheating the computer, never place anything on top of the computer when it is operating or

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Using the Computer Caution: In the rare event that you should see or smell anything that indicates overheating (smoke or a strange smell): 1. Turn off the power. ! 2. Disconnect the AC adapter from the power source and the computer. 3. Remove the battery pack. 4. Contact your Texas Instruments dealer or service center. 1-7

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Power Saving Modes 0V Suspend Mode Suspend mode saves battery power when you are not actively using your computer. In 0V Suspend mode, the computer saves the current system state onto your hard disk drive then shuts off. When you turn the computer on again, it restores the system to the saved state. Press the 0V Suspend hot key (Fn+F2) to enter 0V Suspend mode. To resume normal operation, press the power switch. 0V Suspend mode occurs automatically if the 0 VOLT SUSPEND TIMEOUT parameter in S

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Power Saving Modes Standby Mode In Standby mode, data remains in memory while the computer powers down unused devices to save power. The standby indicator lights up in Standby mode. Press the Standby hot key (Fn+F4) to enter Standby mode. The computer also enters Standby mode if the STANDBY TIMEOUT parameter in Setup is enabled and times out. To resume from Standby mode, press any key or touch the touchpad. When enabled in setup, the computer also resumes from Standby mode if an incoming ring

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Securing the Computer ® Your computer comes with a Kensington lock notch. If your computer store does not carry Kensington locks, you can buy one directly from Texas Instruments. To secure your computer, follow these steps: 1. Wrap the cable of a portable computer Kensington security lock ( optional) around a table, desk drawer handle or any immovable object. 2. Insert the lock into the notch at the rear of the computer. 3. Turn the key to secure the lock. 4. Remove the key from the lock. No


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