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Getting to Know Your TU Laptop
OTS PUBLICATION: WIN19 • REVISED 3/26/2007 • TRAINING@TOWSON.EDU • OFFICE OF TECHNOLOGY SERVICES
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Getting to Know Your TU Laptop
This section contains excerpts from the Dell User’s Guide for your
new Towson University laptop.
1. Getting to Know Your
This is a front view of the Dell Latitude D610 laptop (Figure 1,1).
2. Logging on for the First
LAPTOP MANUAL: GETTING TO KNOW YOUR TU LAPTOP Symbols Different symbols on the laptop inform you of functions or alerts. (Figure 2) Lights up when you turn on the computer and blinks when the computer is in a power management mode. Lights up when the computer reads or writes data. Lit or blinking: Indicates battery charge status.= Off: The battery is adequately charged (or the computer is turned off).= Figure 2 Flashing orange: The battery charge is low.= Solid or
LAPTOP MANUAL: GETTING TO KNOW YOUR TU LAPTOP R ight View Figure 4 1 Module Bay 2 Device Latch Release 3 USB connectors (2) Back View 1 Network connector 6 Serial connector Figure 5 (Ethernet) 2 S-video TV-Out 7 Video connector connector 3 USB connectors (2) 8 AC Adapter connector 4 Modem connector 9 Air vents (Telephone) 5 Parallel connector == == Bottom View Figure 6 1 Service cover 5 Docking Device slot 2 Battery-Bay 6
LAPTOP MANUAL: GETTING TO KNOW YOUR TU LAPTOP Logging on for the First Time This section covers the basics of logging onto your Towson University laptop for the first time. 1. Any first time user must connect the laptop to the University network through an Ethernet cable before logging on. Connect the cable to an available network port in your office or in a conference room. 2. Log-on to the laptop using your TowsonU username and password (Figure 7,1). Figure 7 1
LAPTOP MANUAL: GETTING TO KNOW YOUR TU LAPTOP As always, it is very important that you back up your information. Anything saved on the O: or H: drive is backed up every night, so that it is safe. However, the only person who can back up your C: drive is you. Flash Memory devices, such as “thumb drives”, are often a convenient way to keep data backed up, however they are very easily lost. If something should happen to your laptop, and the hard drive was damaged or inaccessible, the only w
LAPTOP MANUAL: GETTING TO KNOW YOUR TU LAPTOP Glossary Below are commonly used terms when working with your TU laptop. Bluetooth – Technology that allows you to wirelessly connect mobile devices such as laptops, phones, printers, PDAs, headsets, etc. so they can communicate with each other. Bluetooth travels a maximum of 100 yards. Dial-up – A connection to the Internet made via a modem over analog phone lines. Ethernet – The most commonly used type of wired network. The plug looks lik