Acer TravelMate 7300 user manual

User manual for the device Acer TravelMate 7300

Device: Acer TravelMate 7300
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Date of adding : 2013-08-21 17:47:53
Number of pages: 132
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TravelMate 7300 Series
Notebook Computer
User’s Guide

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Copyright This is a product of Acer Inc. developed to TI specifications. Acer and the Acer logo are registered trademarks and TravelMate is a trademark of Acer Inc. Texas Instruments, TI and the TI logo are registered trademarks of Texas Instruments Inc. Microsoft, Windows, and the Windows logo are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Intel and Pentium are registered trademarks of Intel Corporation. All other brands/product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respe

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About This User’s Guide The following conventions are used in this manual: Notes related to the current topic Warnings about actions that can cause damage. Cautions that help you avoid problems Important reminders. Tips or shortcuts. iii

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Contents Getting Started ............................................................ 1 Unpacking Your Computer........................... 1 Taking Care of Your Computer ..................... 2 Cleaning ............................................... 3 AC Adapter ........................................... 3 Battery Pack ......................................... 4 Powering Up Your Computer ........................ 5 Entering User Information .................... 5 Creating Backup and Startup D

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Contents Module Bay......................................... 28 Ejecting a CD...................................... 29 Using the Floppy Drive Module Externally......................................... 29 Swapping Modules.............................. 30 Audio......................................................... 33 Audio Control ..................................... 34 Ports.......................................................... 35 Rear Panel Ports ................................. 35 Le

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Contents Floppy Drive Cable..................................... 65 PS/2 Y-Bridge Cable .................................. 66 File Transfer Cable..................................... 67 Battery Pack .............................................. 68 AC Adapter ................................................ 68 Memory Upgrades ...................................... 69 Hard Disk Upgrades................................... 72 System Utilities ........................................................

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Contents FCC Class B Radio Frequency Interference Statement........................... 120 Index ........................................................................ 121 viii

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1 Getting Started Congratulations on your purchase of the TravelMate 7300 series notebook computer. Guaranteed and backed by world-class support, you can be sure of top-notch performance from your new computer. This section guides you through the first few steps in setting up your computer. Unpacking Your Computer Carefully unpack the carton and remove the contents. You should find your computer and an accessory box containing the following items: q AC adapter q Battery pack q Floppy drive modul

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Getting Started Taking Care of Your Computer Your notebook will serve you well if you observe the following guidelines: q Do not expose the notebook to prolonged direct sunlight, or sources of heat, such as a radiator. q Do not expose the notebook to temperatures below 32ºF (0ºC) or above 122ºF (50ºC). q Do not subject the notebook to magnetic fields. q Do not expose the notebook to rain or excessive moisture. q Do not subject the notebook to heavy shock or vibration. q Do not expose the noteboo

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Getting Started Cleaning Before cleaning the notebook, always disconnect all power to the computer as follows: 1. Close the display lid to turn the notebook off. 2. Disconnect the AC adapter. 3. Remove the battery pack. To clean the notebook case, use a soft cloth moistened with water. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners. Warning! Contact your dealer or see your service technician if the notebook is dropped or damaged in any way, or if liquid is spilled on the notebook. AC Adapter The AC adap

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Getting Started Battery Pack The long-lasting Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery pack provides power to your notebook on the go. Here are some things to keep in mind regarding the battery pack: q Do not expose the battery pack to temperatures above 122°F (50°C). q Use the battery pack only with the TravelMate 7300 series computer. q Replace the battery pack only with the same type (model BTP-S31). q Consult your local regulations or waste disposal provider for any local restrictions on the disposa

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Getting Started Powering Up Your Computer Powering up the computer is as easy as 1-2-3: 1. Insert the Battery Pack. Insert the battery pack into the battery compartment and slide the battery compartment cover toward the rear of the notebook until the compartment cover snaps closed. 2. Connect the AC Adapter. Connect one end of the AC adapter to the DC-in port on the notebook’s rear panel, and the other end to a grounded power outlet. 3. Open the Display. Slide the display cover latch to the rig

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Getting Started Creating Backup and Startup Diskettes Windows 95 prompts you to create backup and startup diskettes. Note: If your Windows 95 package contains a Windows 95 CD, you do not need to create backup diskettes for Windows 95. However, you should still create a Windows 95 startup disk. 6

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Getting Started Using Diskettes Follow these guidelines when using diskettes with your computer: q Always make backup copies of diskettes that contain important data or program files. q Keep diskettes away from magnetic fields and sources of heat. q Avoid removing a diskette from the drive when the floppy drive activity light is on. q Write-protect diskettes to prevent accidental erasure. To do this, slide the write-protect tab to the write-protect (open) position so that you can see through the

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Getting Started Travel Tips Here are some tips on preparing your computer for traveling: 1. Make diskette or tape backup copies of important files on the hard disk. 2. Close the display, making sure the cover latch is secure. 3. Disconnect the AC adapter and all peripherals. 4. Place the notebook, AC adapter, extra battery pack and other accessories you might need (such as modules and documentation) in a carrying bag. 5. Hand-carry your notebook. Do not check it in as luggage! Caution: The note

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Getting Started 8. If you are using a modem, check that if the telecommunications system of the country you are traveling in is compatible with the modem and its connector. 9

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Getting Started Getting Help This user’s guide provides clear and concise information about your computer, so read it thoroughly. Technical Support Should you ever have a problem with your TravelMate, or if you think something is not working properly, call our technical support at (800) 816-2237. Please have handy your system serial number and system model number. You can also contact the local dealer or distributor in the country you are traveling infor assistance. World Wide Web If you have ac

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2 System Tour The Travelmate 7300 combines high-performance, versatility, multimedia capabilities, and an advanced power management system in a unique ergonomic and stylish case. Feature Summary The computer is packed with features that make it as easy to work with as it is to look at. Here are some of the computer’s features: Performance ® q Intel Pentium processor with MMX™ technology q 64-bit main memory and 512KB external (L2) cache memory q Large display in active-matrix TFT q PCI local bus

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System Tour Multimedia and Communications q 16-bit stereo audio with built-in FM synthesizer and 3D sound effect q Built-in microphone and dual angled stereo speakers q Support for simultaneous display on the built-in screen and an external monitor for presentations q Full-screen, 30 frames per second, true-color MPEG video playback q Infrared wireless communication Ergonomics q Intuitive FlashStart automatic power-on q Sleek, smooth and stylish design q Full-sized, full-function keyboard q Wide


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