Compaq 7800 user manual

User manual for the device Compaq 7800

Device: Compaq 7800
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Date of adding : 2013-08-25 17:49:31
Number of pages: 95
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3/8” spine allowed - adjust according to binding
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The information in this guide is subject to change without notice.
COMPAQ COMPUTER CORPORATION SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR TECHNICAL OR Internet PC Features Guide
EDITORIAL ERRORS OR OMISSIONS CONTAINED HEREIN; NOR FOR INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE FURNISHING, PERFORMANCE, OR
7800 Series
USE OF THIS MATERIAL.
This guide contains information protected by copyright. No part of this guide may be photocop-
ied or reproduced

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Table of Contents i Table of Contents CHAPTER 1 Using this Guide Special Text .......................................................................................................................... 1-1 Special Messages ................................................................................................................. 1-2 Locating Help ........................................................................................................................ 1-2 Glossary ............

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ii Table of Contents CHAPTER 4 Introducing the Digital Creativity Imaging Center (available on select models only) Understanding Digital Interfaces.....................................................................................4-2 Creating Videos..............................................................................................................4-3 CHAPTER 5 Learning About Your CD-ReWritable (CD-RW) Drive (available on select models only) Understanding Your CD-R and CD-RW Media....

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Table of Contents iii Installing an Additional Hard Drive....................................................................................... 7-15 Adding a Secondary Hard Drive in an Internet PC Equipped with a Hard Drive in the Top Drive Compartment............................................................................................... 7-15 Installing a Secondary Hard Drive in an Internet PC with an Open Top Drive Compartment ...........................................................

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iv Table of Contents QuickRestore .........................................................................................................................8-8 Full Restore....................................................................................................................8-8 Custom Restore..............................................................................................................8-9 Typical Restore .................................................................

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Using this Guide 1-1 Chapter 1 Using this Guide Thank you for buying a Compaq Internet PC. This Feature Guide will help you to familiarize yourself with the features of your Internet PC, as well as information on how to upgrade your computer. Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with the special text and messages used throughout this guide. Special Text The examples below explain the specially formatted text used in this guide. x Keyboard key names appear in bold type: Home, End, Backsp

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1-2 Using this Guide Special Messages The following words and symbols have special meaning in this guide. HINT: Helpful hints that will make using your computer easier and faster. * NOTE: Important information concerning the operation of your Internet PC. + CAUTION: Failure to follow directions may result in equipment damage or loss of data. ` WARNING: Failure to follow directions may result in bodily harm or loss of life. a Locating Help Compaq provides you with several resources to help you le

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Using this Guide 1-3 Service and Support Guide Your Internet PC is equipped with several helpful programs that will aid you in identifying and solving common computer problems. You can learn about these programs in the Service and Support Guide. If you need further technical support, visit the Compaq Web site at: www.compaq.com/mypresario Compaq technical support telephone numbers are listed in the Limited Warranty Statement included with your Internet PC. NOTE: Locate the model and serial numbe

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1-4 Using this Guide Comments about this Guide Compaq Computer Corporation welcomes comments and suggestions you may have concerning this guide. Send correspondence to the following address: COMPAQ COMPUTER CORPORATION ATTN: DOCUMENTATION PROGRAM MANAGER MAIL CODE 060504 20555 SH 249 HOUSTON, TX 77070 NOTE: This address is for comments and suggestions only. It is not for the purpose of obtaining technical assistance. +

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Checking Your Connections 2-1 Chapter 2 Checking Your Connections The following graphics show how to connect devices to your Internet PC and to identify all connectors. Compaq 7800 Series Internet PC Rear Connectors Select model will have ONE Phone Jack connector only NOTE: The view shown may differ slightly from your Internet PC. +

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2-2 Checking Your Connections Identifying the Front Components on Your Internet PC Internet PC Front Components NOTE: The view shown may differ slightly from your Internet PC. +

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Checking Your Connections 2-3 No. Components CD, DVD, or CD-RW Drive (DVD and CD-RW Drive available on select models only; 1 location of the CD-RW Drive may vary) CD, DVD, or CD-RW Drive Eject/Load Button 2 Pressure point used to open the door 3 Diskette Drive 4 Diskette Drive Eject Button 5 Zip Drive (available on select models only) 6 Zip Drive Activity Light/Eject Button 7 Power Button 8 Digital Creativity Imaging Center (available on select models only) 9

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2-4 Checking Your Connections Identifying the Rear Components on Your Internet PC Icon Component Scroll Mouse Z AC Power Connector  Internet Keyboard T USB Ports (2) W SVGA Monitor Port V Parallel Printer Port ² Digital Flat Panel Monitor Port (available on select models only) [ Serial Port X IEEE-1394 Connector  Microphone : TV Out z PHONE ®or Modem Line Out *(The appearance of your modem may vary.) Modem Line In *(The appearance of your modem may vary.) ^ or LINE Game Port S Audio In ¾ or Ë

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Using the Compaq Internet Keyboard 3-1 Chapter 3 Using the Compaq Internet Keyboard Your Compaq Internet Keyboard offers an assortment of Easy Access buttons that make accessing the Internet and using your favorite software programs easier and faster. Along with the standard computer keyboard, the Internet Keyboard provides the following: x Internet Button Suite x Multimedia Easy Access buttons Using the Internet Button Suite The Internet buttons allow easy access to the following: x e-mail x

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3-2 Using the Compaq Internet Keyboard Internet Button Suite All Other Countries Outside No. Icon United States the United States Instant E-Mail provides one-touch Instant E-Mail provides one-touch access for sending and reading your access for sending and reading your 1 2 E-mail. E-mail using Microsoft Outlook Express. Community takes you to a Community takes you to a predefined Web site that provides predefined Web site that provides 2 ­ unique services for communication unique services for co

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Using the Compaq Internet Keyboard 3-3 All Other Countries Outside No. Icon United States the United States Online MarketPlace takes you to an electronic shopping experience. Instant Answer provides you with a Compaq has partnered with several central location to obtain specific 6 * companies to provide you with the information about your Internet PC. convenience of catalog shopping at the touch of a button. Secure E-Commerce/Featured Web Site takes you to an electronic Retail Central provides a

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3-4 Using the Compaq Internet Keyboard Using the Multimedia Easy Access Buttons The Multimedia Easy Access buttons allow you to easily do the following: x control your CDs and DVDs x change the volume x skip tracks x mute the sound x eject or load CDs and DVDs NOTE: These buttons are not programmable. + Multimedia Easy Access Buttons No. Icon Component Play/Pause starts or stops CD or DVD temporarily. 1 ˆ Rewind/Previous Track skips to the previous track. 2 ‹ Fast Forward/Next Track skips t

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Using the Compaq Internet Keyboard 3-5 Using Additional Button Features of Your Keyboard Your Internet Keyboard is equipped with several special purpose buttons. Additional Keyboard Buttons All Other Countries Outside No. Icon United States the United States Quick Print enables you to quickly Quick Print enables you to quickly print from your Microsoft print from your Microsoft 1 ² compatible programs. This button compatible programs. This button is programmable. is programmable. Launch enables

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3-6 Using the Compaq Internet Keyboard Working with the Standard Keyboard Keys The standard keyboard has four major types of keys: x main keys (typewriter-style) x function keys (F1 through F12) x arrow keys Å Æ Ç È x numeric keys (calculator-style) Some keys have special functions, either alone or when combined with other keys. The functions may vary depending on the programs you are using. Refer to Help to learn how these keys can be used in combination with other keys to develop shortcut

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Using the Compaq Internet Keyboard 3-7 Key/Button Description Function keys are assigned specific tasks, depending on the program you are using. Some tasks include shortcuts, spelling and grammar, and F1-F12 activating the menu bar. Refer to Help for details on specific key combinations. Home moves the cursor to the beginning of the text line, table cell, or Home document. Home can also be used in combination with other keys. Insert switches typing between insert and overtype modes. For example,


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