HP (Hewlett-Packard) OMNIBOOK 3000 user manual

User manual for the device HP (Hewlett-Packard) OMNIBOOK 3000

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HP OmniBook 3000
Corporate Evaluator’s Guide

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Notice This manual and any examples contained herein are provided “as is” and are subject to change without notice. Hewlett-Packard Company makes no warranty of any kind with regard to this manual, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Hewlett-Packard Co. shall not be liable for any errors or for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this manual or the examples herein.

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HP Software Product License Agreement Your HP OmniBook PC contains factory-installed software programs. Please read the Software License Agreement before proceeding. Carefully read this License Agreement before proceeding to operate this equipment. Rights in the software are offered only on the condition that the customer agrees to all terms and conditions of the License Agreement. Proceeding to operate the equipment indicates your acceptance of these terms and conditions. If you do not agree wi

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software by Microsoft contained in any such product recovery CD-ROM shall be governed by the Microsoft End User License Agreement (EULA). Transfer of Rights in Software. Customer may transfer rights in the software to a third party only as part of the transfer of all rights and only if Customer obtains the prior agreement of the third party to be bound by the terms of this License Agreement. Upon such a transfer, Customer agrees that his/her rights in the software are terminated and that he/she

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Contents 1. Introduction........................................ 1-1 Taking Inventory..................................... 1-4 Included in the OmniBook 3000 box..................... 1-4 Models and configurations............................ 1-5 Optional OmniBook accessories........................ 1-5 Power Management .................................. 1-6 To turn the OmniBook on and off....................... 1-7 To use OmniBook power modes........................ 1-8 To reset the OmniBook .....

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Working with Windows for Workgroups.....................2-14 To maximize memory ...............................2-14 To increase performance.............................2-15 To use DriveSpace compression........................2-15 To use the OmniBook 3000 Port Replicator ................2-15 3. Using Windows 95 ................................... 3-1 Installing Windows 95 ................................. 3-3 To prepare for software installation...................... 3-3 To install Windows 95 ..

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To install TouchPad support...........................4-17 To install Zip Drive support ...........................4-17 5. Features and Specifications ............................ 5-1 Standard Features.................................... 5-3 Technical Specifications ............................... 5-6 Getting Assistance and Support...........................5-10 To look up technical information .......................5-10 To get HP OmniBook assistance........................5-14 To find Electron

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1 Introduction

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Introduction Thank you for evaluating the HP OmniBook 3000. The Mobile Computing Division developed this Corporate Evaluator’s Guide to facilitate your appraisal of the OmniBook. The guide discusses the machine’s major features and provides instruction on specific operating systems. Rebuilding the OmniBook if the hard drive has been formatted and loaded with your company’s disk image is discussed for each operating system, particularly addressing OmniBook-specific software, device drivers, and m

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Windows NT 4.0-compatible. The OmniBook 3000 meets or exceeds industry standards ensuring compatibility and connectivity. Superlative hardware is augmented by HP TopTOOLS and HP’s Desktop Management Interface (DMI). This software ensures efficient management of inventory, configuration, performance, and fault. A three-year worldwide limited warranty affirms the OmniBook 3000’s unmatched quality and reliability. HP’s unlimited customer service has earned top ratings for notebook service and suppo

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Introduction Taking Inventory Taking Inventory This section describes: ♦ What’s included in the OmniBook 3000 box. ♦ OmniBook 3000 models. Included in the OmniBook 3000 box • HP OmniBook 3000. • AC adapter (HP F1377A) and power cord. • Floppy disk drive cable (HP F1380A). • Main battery (HP F1382A). • The OmniBook Reference Guide. • Microsoft Windows 95 manual and Certificate of Authenticity. • Support and Service booklet. • Quick Start sheet. • List of optional OmniBook accessories. •

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Introduction Taking Inventory Models and configurations As of this printing, you can currently purchase two HP OmniBook 3000 models. The following tables describes the features of each. HP OmniBook 3000CTX 5/200 HP OmniBook Product Pentium® Processor Memory Display Hard Disk Model Number with MMX™ technology 3000CTX F1391A 200-MHz 16 MB 13.3" TFT 2.1 billion bytes XGA HP OmniBook 3000CTX 5/233 HP OmniBook Product Pentium Processor Memory Display Hard Disk Model Number with MMX technology 3000CTX

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Introduction Power Management Power Management The OmniBook offers power states to accommodate different situations. The blue Power button is the typical method for starting and stopping your OmniBook; however, additional methods allow you to manage power efficiently. This section describes the following: • Turning the OmniBook on and off • Using OmniBook Power Modes. • Resetting the OmniBook. • Creating a hibernate partition. 1-6

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Introduction Power Management To turn the OmniBook on and off You can stop the OmniBook several ways. Some methods provide “Instant-On,” so you can quickly continue your work where you left off. Others reboot the computer. On Press the blue power button to turn on the OmniBook. Standby Press Fn+S to go into Standby mode. –or– Occurs automatically if the computer is inactive and running on battery power for about 2 minutes (by default). Suspend Press the blue power button for less than 4 seconds

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Introduction Power Management To use OmniBook power modes Hint Time-out settings . In order to save power, you can change time-outs to automatically enter different power states after a certain amount of inactivity. When you The OmniBook enters To exit this mode Press Fn+S Standby Mode Press any key. Any mouse or TouchPad or Turns off the display only. movement will also exit Standby allow time-out. Maintains network connections. mode. Restarts quickly (“Instant-On”). Press blue power button S

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Introduction Power Management To reset the OmniBook If Windows or the OmniBook stops responding, you can reset the OmniBook and restart Windows. 1. If possible, shut down Windows. 2. Press the blue power button for 4 seconds. –or, if this fails– Insert a pen or straightened paper clip into the recess on the back panel between the Parallel and Video ports. 3. After the computer shuts down, press the blue power button to turn it on. To set up a hibernation partition There must be a hibernatio

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Introduction Power Management 9. Select the CD-ROM Drive then press Enter. 10. Choose option 3: Create Hibernate Partition (erases Hard Disk) 11. Choose Y to Continue. 12. When prompted for “Hibernate” partition size, we recommend that you create a 144-MB partition, the same as the factory default. Do not interrupt the Hibernate partition process or unplug the ac adapter until complete. 13. Restart the OmniBook. 14. Press Esc during the Boot process. 15. Insert the OmniBook 3000 Recover

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Introduction Checking the Status of the OmniBook Checking the Status of the OmniBook The OmniBook status panel, located above the keyboard, contains indicators that show the current status of the OmniBook. The indicators in the status panel show keyboard status, drive status, and power status. This section describes how to ♦ Read the status panel indicators. ♦ Interpret power and battery lights. To read the status panel indicators Indicator Meaning AC power. The ac adapter is plugged in. Blinks

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Introduction Checking the Status of the OmniBook Indicator Meaning Battery low. The outline blinks when the battery charge is critically low. The OmniBook also beeps. Defective battery. An empty battery icon with ac plug not blinking. No battery activity; no charging. Overheated battery. The battery is too hot to charge. CD-ROM drive, hard disk drive, or Zip drive. The OmniBook is accessing one of these built-in drives. Floppy disk drive. The OmniBook is accessing the floppy disk drive. P


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