Dell Laptop XFR user manual

User manual for the device Dell Laptop XFR

Device: Dell Laptop XFR
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Date of adding : 2013-09-25 17:50:35
Number of pages: 94
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Dell™ Latitude™ XT2 XFR
Service Manual


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™ Dell Latitude™ XT2 XFR Service Manual Notes, Notices, and Cautions NOTE: A NOTE indicates important information that helps you make better use of your computer. CAUTION: A CAUTION indicates either potential damage to hardware or loss of data and tells you how to avoid the problem. WARNING: A WARNING indicates a potential for property damage, personal injury, or death. Information in this document is subject to change without notice. Some of the information contained in this

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™ Dell Latitude™ XT2 XFR Service Manual Table of Contents 1 XT2 XFR FEATURES ...................................................................................................................................... 6 1.1 XT2 XFR USER MODES ................................................................................................................................. 6 1.1.1 Notebook Mode .....................................................................................................

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™ Dell Latitude™ XT2 XFR Service Manual 4.10 COIN-CELL BATTERY ................................................................................................................................. 48 4.10.1 Removing the Coin-Cell Battery .............................................................................................. 48 4.10.2 Installing the Coin-Cell Battery ............................................................................................... 49 4.11 USB INTERFACE BO

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™ Dell Latitude™ XT2 XFR Service Manual 6.2.8 Video and Display Problems ......................................................................................................... 83 6.3 DELL TECHNICAL UPDATE SERVICE ............................................................................................................. 83 6.4 DELL SUPPORT UTILITY ................................................................................................................................ 84 6.4.1

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™ Dell Latitude™ XT2 XFR Service Manual 1 XT2 XFR Features 1.1 XT2 XFR User Modes 1.1.1 Notebook Mode Your XT2 XFR can be used either in notebook mode or tablet mode. To use your XT2 XFR in notebook mode, open the display until it reaches a comfortable viewing angle as in the image to the above, and use the keyboard and display as you would those of any other notebook computer. Page 6 of 94 V

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™ Dell Latitude™ XT2 XFR Service Manual 1.1.2 Tablet Mode Your XT2 XFR converts from notebook mode to tablet mode with a 180-degree clockwise twist of the display’s rotating hinge. CAUTION: Forcing the hinge beyond the 180-degree point will damage the XT2 XFR. Open the display of the XT2 XFR Brace the base with one hand Lay the display assembly on the until it reaches a 90-degree angle, on the palm rest, grasp the top base with the display facing perpendicular to the base

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™ Dell Latitude™ XT2 XFR Service Manual 1.2 XT2 XFR Buttons 1.2.1 Tablet Buttons Your XT2 XFR has three tablet buttons located beside the power button. In order for these buttons to function properly, Dell Control Point System Manager must be installed. Screen rotate 1 Power Button 3 button Windows Dell Control 2 4 security button Point button 1 2 3 4 Power button — Used to power the system on and off. Windows Security button — If you use your

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™ Dell Latitude™ XT2 XFR Service Manual To select objects, press and release the scroll control when it is in the center/neutral position. To launch context sensitive menus, press and hold the scroll control until a complete circle is drawn on the display then release. This is equivalent to clicking the right mouse button on a notebook computer. Use the back button to move backwards in applications that support navigation, such as web browsers and Windows Explorer. It is also used to

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™ Dell Latitude™ XT2 XFR Service Manual The table below describes how to use the pen. Electrostatic Pen Usage Appearance Action Function Same as a single-click on a Gently tap the pen tip on the screen of your Tablet PC. mouse. Gently tap the pen tip twice in quick succession on the Same as a double-click on a screen of your XT2 XFR. mouse. Touch the pen on the screen and hold it in place Same as a right-click on a momentarily until Windows draws a complete circle mouse. aro

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™ Dell Latitude™ XT2 XFR Service Manual You can use the writing pad, the character pad, or the on-screen keyboard to enter text. The writing pad and the character pad convert your handwriting into typed text. The on-screen keyboard works just like a standard keyboard except that you enter text by tapping keys with your tablet pen. The following table describes the different choices for using the Input Panel. Input Panel Icons Icon Name Function With the writing pad, you can wri

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™ Dell Latitude™ XT2 XFR Service Manual Pen Flicks Pen flicks enable you to use the pen to perform actions that normally require a keyboard, such as pressing or using the directional arrow keys. Pen flicks are quick, directional gestures. You simply quickly draw a short line in one of eight directions. When a pen flick is recognized, the XT2 XFR performs the action assigned. The image below depicts the default pen flick settings. These can be customized by going to St

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™ Dell Latitude™ XT2 XFR Service Manual Using the Pen as a Pen The native handwriting recognition software makes it easy to enter text into your applications with the pen. Some applications, such as Windows Journal, allow you to write with the pen directly into the application window. Tablet PC Input Panel When an application does not directly support pen input, you can use the Tablet PC Input Panel to enter text into your application. If you tap in an editable area, the Tablet PC

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™ Dell Latitude™ XT2 XFR Service Manual an InstallShield Wizard will walk you through the process of installing the software. The appearance of the N-trig icon is an indication of a successful installation. 1.4.2 Windows™ XP vs. Windows Vista™ There is only one major difference in the N-trig applet between XP and Vista. On the Digitizer Options tab, under the Input Mode section, there is no listing for Dual Mode on the XP version. Windows XP does allow use of both pen and touch but th

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™ Dell Latitude™ XT2 XFR Service Manual Clicking on Properties opens up the N-trig Tablet Settings window. There are four tabs on the N-trig Tablet Settings window: • Digitizer Options • Interaction Options • Multi-Touch Gestures • About 1.4.3.1 Digitizer Options Tab The Digitizer Options tab is used for the following: • Input mode selection • Touch tuning • Launching diagnostics • Restoring default settings Page 15 of 94

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™ Dell Latitude™ XT2 XFR Service Manual 1.4.3.1.1 Input Mode Selection The N-trig applet has 4 operating modes: Pen Only — In this mode, the stylus is the only device that can be used as the input device with the N-trig digitizer. Changing from Pen Only mode to any other mode is done by clicking with an active input device on the N-trig Applet icon in the system tray. When the applet is open, select desired mode and press OK. Touch Only — In Touch Only mode, a single finger is th

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™ Dell Latitude™ XT2 XFR Service Manual After the test is complete, the results are displayed as illustrated below. Use this table to define the result codes. Digitizer Self Test Result Codes Code Test Error Details Symptoms A-trigs Digitizer analog Digitizer is unable to initialize or read samples from analog 7 connectivity processor fail processor. No pen or touch position is reported. Signals received during the stylus excitation test are below 11 Stylus excitation No

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™ Dell Latitude™ XT2 XFR Service Manual Host Timeout Host Timeout Host communication or resources problem in executing 49 Error Error diagnostics. Capacitor Hardware Hardware calibration is required to gain maximum 50 Calibration calibration is performance. Required required 1.4.3.2 Interaction Options Tab The Interaction Options tab controls the visual and sound effects that can modify the user experience while operating the system's various modes. 1.4.3.2.1 Auto Mode Switchi

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™ Dell Latitude™ XT2 XFR Service Manual Scroll Gesture Placing two fingers on the screen and moving them horizontally or vertically generates scrolling in the direction of movement: right, left, up, or down. Zoom Gesture Touching the screen with two fingers and moving them together or apart generates a zoom-in or zoom-out command to the screen. Two-Fingers Double-Tap Gesture Tapping the screen twice with two fingers sends an operating system command that you can configure.

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™ Dell Latitude™ XT2 XFR Service Manual 1.5 XT2 XFR Pen Your XT2 XFR uses a specifically designed electrostatic pen or stylus for use in tablet PC mode. Instead of relying on battery power, the energy source for the stylus is magnetic energy produced by the excitation coil built into the digitizer itself. The signal from the coil is picked up by the stylus and triggers the stylus to transmit an electric field. The transmitted electric field is sensed by a matrix of conductive lines


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