Fujitsu LIFEBOOK S4546 user manual

User manual for the device Fujitsu LIFEBOOK S4546

Device: Fujitsu LIFEBOOK S4546
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Date of adding : 2014-08-08 17:52:20
Number of pages: 94
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Copyright
Fujitsu Limited has made every effort to ensure the accuracy and completeness of this document. However, as ongoing
development efforts are continually improving the capabilities of our products, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of the
contents of this document. We disclaim liability for errors, omissions, or future changes.
LifeBook is a trademark of Fujitsu Limited.
Microsoft, Windows, MS, MS-DOS, and Windows NT are registered trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation of the United
Sta

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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 1. Read these instructions carefully. Save these instructions for future reference. 2. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product. 3. Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning. 4. Do not use this product near water. 5. Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, or table. The product may fall, causing serious damage to the product. 6. Slots and ope

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AUSTRALIAN WARNINGS WARNING FOR SAFETY REASONS, ONLY CONNECT EQUIPMENT WITH A TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMPLIANCE LABEL. THIS INCLUDES CUSTOMER EQUIPMENT PREVIOUSLY LABELLED PERMITTED OR CERTIFIED. Connection of Non Certified/Approved peripherals may result in the equipment operating outside the Australian EMI Standards. Modems connected to the Australian telecommunications network must be operated in accordance with the Labelling Notice. This modem has been specifically configured to ensure compli

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NEW ZEALAND WARNINGS The grant of a Telepermit for any item of terminal equipment indicates only that Telecom has accepted that the item complies with minimum conditions for connection to its network. It indicates no endorsement of the product by Telecom, nor does it provide any sort of warranty. Above all, it provides no assurance that any item will work correctly in all respects with another item of Telepermitted equipment of a different make or model, nor does it imply that any product is c

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Note: Modem setting in Windows 98 / Windows Me The default modem setting in Windows 98 / Windows Me operating system is United States of America. If you are residing in Australia or New Zealand, please choose the appropriate country where you are located. The Modem will only operate with Tone Dialing; Selection of Pulse dialing is not possible. Please see below instruction for quick modem setup. A. If you are located in Australia 1. Go to Control panel, select modem icon. 2. Choose Australia

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NOTATION IN THIS DOCUMENT Warnings This manual uses a variety of icons as visual marks so that you can use this computer safely and correctly and avoid damage and danger to yourself and to others. These icons and their mean- ings are as follows. Please learn these icons before reading this manual. Learning these icons will be useful for understanding this manual. Icon Meaning Incorrect handling ignoring this warning can cause a dangerous situation WARNING that could result in death or severe

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Notation in text Here is what symbols in text mean. Symbol Meaning Critical Point Indicates a point necessary for correctly operating the Critical Points hardware or software. Column Gives the meaning and brief explanation of a term. Column → Indicates the page to see elsewhere in this manual. Command input (key input) Within the text of this manual, command input (giving commands to the computer by pressing keys) is indicated as follows. Example: dir c: ↑ In the position indicated in the exampl

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Configuration of this Manual SECTION 1 This section explains basic operations and basic items for using this computer, including the names of the parts and their functions, flat point operation methods, floppy disk unit handing, and battery operation. SECTION 2 This section explains installation of options for this computer. SECTION 3 This section explains what to do when trouble occurs with this computer and when messages are displayed. Read this section as the necessity arises. Thyme Content

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CONTENTS SECTION 1 1 Names of the Parts and their Functions .........................................2 Front ................................................................................................................. 2 Right Side ......................................................................................................... 4 Left Side ........................................................................................................... 6 Rear ...............................

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6 Connector Box ................................................................................50 Removing the connector box.......................................................................... 51 7 Using Internal Data / Fax Modem ..................................................52 Connection ..................................................................................................... 52 8 Using Internal LAN .........................................................................

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SECTION SECTION SECTION SECTION SECTION SECTION SECTION SECTION SECTION SECTION 11 1 1111 1 11 This section explains basic operations and basic items for using this computer, including the names of the parts and their functions, Flat point operation methods, floppy disk unit handing, and battery operation. Thyme Sec1_01-14 1 19/10/2000, 20:21 SECTION 1

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SECTION 1 1 Names of the Parts and their Functions Front 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0 9 1 Cover close switch This switch is used to suspend/resume the function of this PC unit and to turn off the LCD back light when you close or open the LCD display. 2 Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) Panel Shows a full screen data from the computer main unit. Critical Points  Characteristic of LCD The following natures are characteristic to LCD and you must not interpret them as defects. • The TFT color liquid crystal displa

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3 Built-in Microphone You can record sound (monaural) with this microphone. Critical Points  You may experience feedback noise when you use minus-one music software and other software that uses simultaneously the microphone and speakers. In this case, adjust the sound volume or use a headphone or an external microphone available in stores. And set the microphone at “mute” position when you do not use it.  The recorded sound from the built-in microphone may be not clear when the distance or the

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Right Side 1234567 0! 89 1 Ventilation Openings The air-cooling fan gets air through these openings. CAUTION HEARING LOSS • Turn the sound volume level of the PC unit to the minimum prior to connection to the headphone, line-in, and mic-in jacks. Otherwise it may damage the equipment and/or your audibility may be adversely affected. 2 Mic-in Jack It is the terminal to connect an external microphone to record sound (monaural, 3.5-mm mini plug type). However, you cannot use some microphone in the

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4 Headphone Jack It is the terminal to connect a headphone available in the market (3.5-mm mini plug type). However, you cannot use some headphone if its type is not compatible. Please check its connectivity before purchase. CAUTION HEARING LOSS • Be careful not to use a headphone at excessive volume level, or it might give adverse effect to your audibility. HEARING LOSS • Do not turn on or off the power switch while you are wearing a headphone, or it might give adverse effect to your audibilit

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Left Side 23 1 1 Mobile Multi-bay One of the following units has been installed depending on the model: • Built-in CD-ROM drive unit • Built-in CD-R/RW drive unit • Built-in PC card unit • Mobile multi-bay cover Those units may be replaced. Critical Points  Always use the PC with a unit set in the mobile multi-bay. Otherwise the PC may be damaged. 2 Mobile Multi-bay Unit Removal Lever Erect this lever to remove the unit set in the mobile multi-bay. 3 Anti-Theft Lock You can connect an anti-thef

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Rear 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 Infrared Communication Port (not supported by Windows NT) It is the interface to conduct infrared communication. Critical Points  Do not put an AC adapter or an external display near from the infrared communication port when you are conducting infrared communication, or it cause malfunction due to noise from those devices. 2 Air-cooling fan It is a fan to let out the heat from the inside of the PC unit. It starts rotating when the temperature of the inside of the PC unit is h

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5 External Display Connector This is the connector to connect a CRT display and other displays sold separately. 6 DC-IN Connector This is the connector to connect the AC adapter. IMPORTANT When you connect an optional device to each connector, you must ensure the right direction of the connectors and connect straight. 8 Thyme Sec1_01-14 8 19/10/2000, 20:21

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Bottom 1 2 3 4 5 1 Connector box connector This is the connector to connect the connector box. 2 Expansion RAM Module Slot The memory unit of the PC is installed here. You may change the memory unit to increase the memory. 3 Release Button Slide this button to release the built-in battery pack lock. 4 Built-in battery pack lock Slide it to install/remove the built-in battery pack. 5 Built-in battery pack The built-in battery pack is installed here. 9 Thyme Sec1_01-14 9 19/10/2000, 20:21 SECTION

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Connector Box 1 2345 6 7 8 9 0 ! 1 Connector Box Removal Lever Slide it to remove the connector box from the PC. 2 LAN Connector Some models are equipped with LAN connectors. 3 Expansion keyboard connector This is the connector to connect a PS/2 numeric keyboard. 4 Mouse connector This is the connector to connect a PS/2 mouse. 5 USB Connector (not supported by Windows NT) You can connect a FDD unit, a printer and other USB standard peripherals to this connector. 10 Thyme Sec1_01-14 10 19/10/2000


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