HP (Hewlett-Packard) KQ495AA user manual

User manual for the device HP (Hewlett-Packard) KQ495AA

Device: HP (Hewlett-Packard) KQ495AA
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Date of adding : 2014-02-05 17:54:22
Number of pages: 68
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Advanced Setup Guide

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The only warranties for Hewlett-Packard products and services are set forth in the express statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. HP shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein. HP assumes no responsibility for the use or reliability of its software on equipment that is not furnished by HP. This document contains proprietary information that is protected by copyrigh

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Table of Contents Setting Up the Computer..........................................................................1 Putting the Computer Together .................................................................................1 Placing the computer in the proper location ..........................................................1 Using surge protection .......................................................................................2 Connecting to the computer ...........................

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Connecting Speakers or Microphone ......................................................17 Sound Connector Types ........................................................................................17 Connecting a Microphone.....................................................................................20 Speaker Configurations.........................................................................................21 Speaker types .........................................................

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Connecting to a Monitor or High-Definition TV .........................................................51 Choosing the AV connection to use....................................................................51 Connecting an HDMI device .............................................................................53 Connecting a DVI device..................................................................................54 Connecting to a Standard TV.................................................

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vi Advanced Setup Guide (features vary by model)

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Setting Up the Computer WARNING: The power supply is preset for the country/region in which you purchased your computer. If you move, please check the voltage requirements for your new location before plugging the computer into an AC power outlet. WARNING: Please read “Safety Information” in the Limited Warranty and Support Guide before installing and connecting the computer to the electrical power system. Putting the Computer Together Follow the steps on the setup poster to set up the compu

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Using surge protection Help protect the monitor, computer, and accessories by connecting all power cords for the computer and peripheral devices (such as a monitor, printer, or scanner) to a surge protection device, such as a power strip with surge protection or an uninterruptible power supply (UPS). Many surge protection devices have surge protection inputs and outputs for modem or telephone lines. Telephone lines are a common path for lightning spikes to get into the system. Some surge pr

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Connector Icon/Label Description and function (continued) Serial port for some digital cameras or other serial devices. Serial Audio Line Out (powered speakers). Audio Line In. Headphones. Microphone. ® FireWire (IEEE 1394) for video cameras or other devices with very fast transfer rates. NOTE: You must use a 6-pin FireWire (IEEE 1394) transfer cable with this 6-pin connector. Digital audio in and digital audio out. Side speaker out. Rear speaker out. Center/Subwoofer. Setting Up the Compute

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Connector Icon/Label Description and function (continued) Secondary S-video connector to connect a VCR, video camera, or other analog source to the S-Video 2 computer. Secondary Composite video connector (yellow) to Composite connect to a VCR, video camera, or other analog Video 2 source to the computer. Secondary Left audio input connector (white). NOTE: This Audio In connector is connected to the A/V In TV tuner. You must use the Audio In connector, Audio 2 which is connected to the moth

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Connector Icon/Label Description and function (continued) Printer (parallel) connector to connect a parallel printer (select models only). Universal Serial Bus (USB) 2.0 connector to connect a mouse, keyboard, digital camera, or another device with a USB connector. Ethernet LAN connector is a network interface adapter (also called a network interface card, or NIC) that connects to an Ethernet (10BaseT) or Fast Ethernet (100BaseT) network hub. ETHERNET Connect this adapter on the computer w

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Connector Icon/Label Description and function (continued) Composite Composite Video In connector (yellow) to connect to Video a TV set-top box. Primary left audio input from set-top box connector (white). A/V In NOTE: Audio can be recorded by using this Audio Audio 1 In connector, which is connected to the L motherboard. Some computers include this primary left audio input connector on the front of the computer (select models only). Primary right audio input from set-top box connector (re

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Connector Icon/Label Description and function (continued) Modem (Line In RJ-11) (select models only). Plug the modem cable (provided in the computer box) into the computer modem connector on the back of the computer. Plug the other end to the telephone line wall jack connector. Analog Video Out: S-video or composite video Analog Video connector (select models only), which connects to a TV. VGA/Monitor (blue) display output connector, VGA/Monitor which connects to a VGA monitor. You may nee

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Connecting a Digital Camera (Photo or Video) The following instructions apply only to digital photo cameras and digital video cameras. NOTE: When connecting an analog video camera to the computer, use the Video and Audio In connectors on the front or back of the computer. Refer to the documentation that came with your digital photo camera or digital video camera. To connect a digital photo camera or a digital video camera: ® ® 1 Turn on the computer, and wait for the Microsoft Windows Vista op

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4 You may need to install driver software for your camera. If so, Windows displays a message asking if you want to locate and install driver software. Insert the driver software CD, click Locate and install driver software, and then follow any onscreen instructions to install the software. If the computer does not recognize the digital photo camera or the digital video camera: ® 1 Click the Windows Start Button on the taskbar, and then click Control Panel. 2 Click System and Maintenance, an

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Connecting Other Devices Other peripheral devices can be connected to the front or back of the computer by using USB or FireWire (IEEE 1394) ports. These peripheral devices include printers, scanners, video cameras, digital photo cameras, memory card readers, and PDAs (personal digital assistants) or handheld computers. Refer to the documentation that came with your device. NOTE: Some peripheral devices are not included with the computer. NOTE: You must use a 6-pin (not a 4-pin) FireWire (IEE

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Adjusting the Monitor Adjusting the screen resolution by using Vista To change the screen resolution by using Vista: 1 Right-click an empty area of the desktop, and then click Personalize. 2 Click Display Settings. 3 If necessary, select the monitor, and then adjust the screen resolution by using the slider under Resolution. 4 Click Apply. 5 Click Yes, if it is present. 6 Click OK. NOTE: You can connect more than one display device (CRT monitor, flat panel monitor, TV, and so on) to the comput

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Setting Up a Local Area Network A home local area network (LAN) may consist of either a wired or a wireless network that you can use to connect the computer to other devices on the network, including other computers. The network components may include a hub or a switch, which can connect multiple devices to the network, or a router, which can connect computers or a broadband Internet connection to the network. This network connection also enables you to share data and printers or other devi

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Setting Up a Wired (Ethernet) Connection The Ethernet connection, which may be called network interface adapter, Network Interface Card, or NIC, provides a high-speed or broadband connection to an Ethernet (10BaseT) or Fast Ethernet (100BaseT) network. After you connect this interface to a network, such as a LAN, you can connect to the Internet through the network. 1 Connect an Ethernet cable to the Ethernet connector (A) on the back of the computer, and to the network router or LAN device.

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 Wireless wide area network (WWAN) devices provide access to information anytime and anywhere that you have cellular (data) coverage. In a WWAN, each mobile device communicates to a public carrier’s base station. Public carriers install networks of base stations (similar to cell phone towers) throughout large geographic areas, effectively providing coverage across entire states, or even entire countries/regions. For more information about wireless technology, go to: http://www.hp.com/go/te


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