HP (Hewlett-Packard) s3650f user manual

User manual for the device HP (Hewlett-Packard) s3650f

Device: HP (Hewlett-Packard) s3650f
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Date of adding : 2013-09-30 17:54:40
Number of pages: 216
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Getting Started

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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 Getting Help ............................................................................................1 Finding Onscreen Guides........................................................................................1 Finding Guides on the Web.....................................................................................1 Using the Onscreen Help and Support Center............................................................2 Using the PC Help & Tools Folder..............

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Using the Keyboard...............................................................................19 Identifying Keyboard Features................................................................................19 Alphanumeric keys ..........................................................................................19 Function keys ..................................................................................................20 Edit keys.....................................................

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Configuring Speaker and Sound Options ...............................................35 Adjusting speaker volume.................................................................................36 Selecting a microphone....................................................................................37 Configuring audio output..................................................................................37 Using the Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi or X-Fi Fatality audio card.....................

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Using the Norton Internet Security Antivirus Software ................................................62 Configuring and registering Norton Internet Security software...............................62 Manually running a scan..................................................................................62 Setting a Full System Scan time .........................................................................63 Setting up a Custom Scan time.......................................................

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Using Windows Media Center ................................................................97 Setting Up Windows Media Center ........................................................................98 Completing the setup wizard.............................................................................98 Windows Media Center Start Menu......................................................................100 Windows Media Center Start menu items..................................................

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Listening to Online Radio Stations.........................................................................123 Listening to FM Radio Stations..............................................................................124 Setting Up the TV Signal......................................................................................125 Playing FM Radio Stations...................................................................................126 Organizing and Using Preset Radio Stations.........

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Working with Pictures and Videos .......................................................151 Working with Digital Images ...............................................................................151 Viewing Pictures in Windows Media Center ..........................................................152 Adding Pictures in Windows Media Center ...........................................................152 Adding picture files from the hard disk drive .............................................

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Watching and Recording TV Programs .................................................179 Navigating TV + Movies .....................................................................................179 Watching TV .....................................................................................................181 Watching live TV...........................................................................................181 Controlling TV playback ................................................

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Getting Help Finding Onscreen Guides Onscreen guides are available in the User’s Guides folder (select models only). ® 1 Click the Windows Start Button on the taskbar. 2 Click All Programs. 3 Click User Guides. 4 Click an item to view it or use it. NOTE: If there are no guide titles listed in the folder, your computer has no onscreen guides. Finding Guides on the Web You can find guides and information for your computer by using the Internet to access the Support Web site. 1 Go to http://www.

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Using the Onscreen Help and Support Center Information about your computer is in the onscreen Help and Support Center (select models only). Here, you can find links to driver updates, access to technical support options, and information about commonly asked questions. To open the Help and Support Center:  Press the Help button (select models only) on your keyboard. Or  Click the Windows Start Button on the taskbar, and then click Help and Support. Using the PC Help & Tools Folder The PC He

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Using HP Total Care Advisor Software HP Total Care Advisor is a desktop tool you use to monitor and access system health information about key areas of your computer. HP Total Care Advisor has four major areas:  PC Health & Security provides a dashboard view of the status of key areas of your computer.  PC Action Center receives messages and alerts that inform you of changes in the status of your computer health.  PC Help provides simple access to help and support information for your co

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4 Getting Started (features vary by model)

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Turning On the Computer for the First Time After you have completed the steps on the setup poster, you are ready to turn on the computer. 1 Press the Power button on the monitor. 2 Press the On button on the front of the computer. 3 Turn on the speakers, if they are present. 4 Set up the computer by following the onscreen instructions. If prompted, select the country/region in which you are physically located, and wait while the computer makes preparations. (When you select an alternate langu

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Turning Off the Computer For best results, when using Microsoft Windows Vista, do not shut down the computer, except when you must turn off the power for safety reasons, such as to make repairs, install new hardware or cards in the computer chassis, or change a battery. As an alternative to shutting down the computer, you can lock it or put it into either Sleep or Hibernate mode, if it is available. You can set the power management timers to put the computer automatically into Sleep or Hiber

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Using Lock If you lock the computer, only you or the administrator can log on to it. 1 Click the Windows Start Button on the taskbar. 2 Click the Lock button. 3 To unlock this computer, you must enter your password. Using Sleep mode When the computer is in Sleep mode, it goes into a reduced-power state. The monitor is blank, as if it were turned off. By using Sleep mode:  You save time, because you do no have to wait for the computer to go through the normal startup routine when you wake it

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If the computer does not work properly when you wake it from Sleep mode, restart the computer. 1 Click the Windows Start Button on the taskbar. 2 Click the Arrow button next to the Lock button. 3 Click Restart. Or Quickly press the On button on the front of the computer. Using Hibernate mode Hibernate mode is available as an advanced power setting. When the computer is in Hibernate mode, it saves to the hard disk drive everything that is in computer memory, turns off the monitor and the hard

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Automatic Sleep, Hibernate, or Away mode You can set the computer to go into Sleep, Hibernate, or Away modes automatically when it is idle for a specified number of minutes. To put the computer into a mode automatically, modify the power management settings. 1 Click the Windows Start Button on the taskbar. 2 Click Control Panel. 3 Click System and Maintenance. 4 Click Power Options. 5 Click Change when the computer sleeps. 6 For Sleep or Away mode, select an option from the Put the computer t

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Connecting to the Internet The computer can connect to the Internet through the telephone modem. There are other ways to connect to the Internet that do not use the telephone modem, such as a LAN (local area network) or DSL (digital subscriber line). Check with your Internet Service Provider (ISP) for specific information on the connection. See “About the Internet” for more information about using the Internet. Refer to “Setting Up the Computer” in the other setup information that came with


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