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Machine T ypes: 4105, 4157, and 4217
Not e: Befor e using this information and the pr oduct it suppor ts, be sur e t o r ead and understand the ThinkS tation Safety and W arr anty Guide that came with this pr oduct and Appendix C “Notices” on page 51 . Sixth Edition (June 2012) © Copyright L enovo 2009, 2012. LIMITED AND RES TRIC TED RIGHT S NO TICE: If data or softwar e is deliver ed pursuant a Gener al Ser vices Administr ation “GSA ” contr act, use, r epr oduction, or disclosur e is subject t o r estrictions set for th in Contr
Contents Intr oduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iii Selecting or changing the star tup device sequence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Chapt er 1. Impor tant safety Advanced settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Exiting fr om the Setup Utility pr ogr am . . . . . 19 Chapt er 2. Arr anging your Chapt er 6. Installing har d disk drives workspace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 and configuring RAID . . . . . . . . . 21 Comfor t . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using r ecover y media . . . . . . . . . . 33 Ext ended A T commands . . . . . . . . . . . 44 P er forming backup and r ecover y oper ations . . . 34 MNP/V .42/V .42bis/V .44 commands . . . . . . 46 P er forming a backup oper ation . . . . . . 34 F ax Class 1 commands . . . . . . . . . . . 46 P er forming a r ecover y oper ation . . . . . . 35 F ax Class 2 commands . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Using the Rescue and Recover y workspace . . . 35 V oice commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Cr eating
Intr oduction This ThinkS tation User Guide contains the following information: • Chapt er 1 “Impor tant safety information” on page 1 pr ovides information about wher e t o find safety information for this pr oduct. • Chapt er 2 “ Arr anging your workspace” on page 3 pr ovides information about setting up your comput er for comfor t and the impact of light sour ces, air cir culation, and electrical outlets. • Chapt er 3 “Setting up your comput er ” on page 5 pr ovides information about setting
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Chapt er 1. Impor tant safety information C A UTION: Befor e using this manual, be sur e t o r ead and understand all the r elat ed safety information for this pr oduct. Refer t o the ThinkS tation Safety and W arr anty Guide that you r eceived with this pr oduct for the lat est safety information. Reading and understanding this safety information r educes the risk of personal injur y and or damage t o your pr oduct. If you no longer have a copy of the ThinkS tation Safety and W arr anty Guide ,
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Chapt er 2. Arr anging your workspace T o get the most fr om your comput er , arr ange both the equipment you use and your work ar ea t o suit your needs and the kind of work you do. Y our comfor t is of for emost impor tance, but light sour ces, air cir culation, and the location of electrical outlets can also affect the way you arr ange your workspace. Comfor t Although no single working position is ideal for ever yone, her e ar e a few guidelines t o help you find a position that suits you be
Air cir culation Y our comput er and monit or pr oduce heat. The comput er has a fan that pulls in fr esh air and for ces out hot air . The monit or lets hot air escape thr ough vents. Blocking the air vents can cause overheating, which might r esult in a malfunction or damage. Place the comput er and monit or so that nothing blocks the air vents; usually, 51 mm (2 inches) of air space is sufficient. Also, mak e sur e the vent ed air is not blowing on people. Electrical outlets and cable lengths
Chapt er 3. Setting up your comput er Be sur e t o r ead and understand the ThinkS tation Safety and W arr anty Guide befor e you set up your comput er . Reading and understanding the safety information r educes the risk of personal injur y and or damage t o your pr oduct. Set up your comput er in the best possible work ar ea that suits your needs and the kind of work you do. F or mor e information, see Chapt er 2 “ Arr anging your workspace” on page 3 . Connecting your comput er Use the followi
Not e: Depending on your model type, your comput er might come with a L ow F or ce Helix (LFH) connect or on the r ear panel, which enables you t o connect up t o four monit ors. The standar d LFH connect or has two br eak out V ideo Gr aphics Arr ay (VGA) cables or Digital V ideo Int er face (DVI) cables. This solution pr ovides you with fle xibility for a variety of monit or configur ations. T o use the LFH connect or , your comput er must have a gr aphics car d with multi-monit or capabilitie
1 Audio line-in connect or Used t o r eceive audio signals fr om an e xt ernal audio device, such as a st er eo syst em. When you attach an e xt ernal audio device t o your comput er , connect the cable t o the audio line-out connect or of the device and the audio line-in connect or of the comput er . Used t o send audio signals fr om the comput er t o e xt ernal audio 2 Audio line-out connect or (fr ont speak er connect or) devices, such as power ed st er eo speak ers (speak ers with built-in a
F_LR F_LR When used with 7.1 surr ound speak ers, this connect or should 7 Audio line-out connect or (side speak er connect or) be attached t o the side left and right speak ers. 8 Optical SPDIF (Sony Philips Digital Used t o r eceive 5.1 digital audio signals fr om an e xt ernal device, such as a r eceiver or other multimedia devices, thr ough a Int er connect F ormat) in connect or T OSLINK (T oshibaLink) optical cable. 9 Optical SPDIF out connect or Used t o send 5.1 digital audio signals fr
1394 1394 1 USB connect or Used t o attach a device that r equir es a USB connect or , such as a USB k eyboar d, a USB mouse, a USB scanner , or a USB print er . If you have mor e than 10 USB devices, you can pur chase a USB hub, which you can use t o connect additional USB devices. 2 Serial por t Used t o attach an e xt ernal modem, a serial print er , or other devices that use a 9-pin serial por t. 3 E thernet connect or Used t o attach an E thernet cable for a local ar ea network (LAN) . Not
If you e xperience any pr oblems during star tup, r efer t o Chapt er 10 “Getting information, help, and ser vice” on page 39 . Y ou can get additional help and information by t elephone thr ough the Cust omer Suppor t Cent er . F or the lat est Ser vice and Suppor t worldwide t elephone list, go t o: http://suppor t.lenovo.com Finishing the softwar e installation Impor tant: Be sur e t o r ead and understand the license agr eements car efully befor e using the pr ogr ams on this comput er . The
Updating your antivirus softwar e Y our comput er comes with antivirus softwar e that you can use t o det ect and eliminat e viruses. L enovo pr ovides a full version of antivirus softwar e on your har d disk drive with a fr ee 30-day subscription. Aft er 30 days, you must r enew the license t o continue r eceiving the antivirus pr ogr am updat es. Shutting down the comput er When you turn off your comput er , always follow the shutdown pr ocedur e for your oper ating syst em. This pr events the
the micr opr ocessor model and the type, speed, siz e (capacity), and number of DIMMs installed. Refer t o Appendix B “S yst em memor y speed” on page 49 for the information on the suppor t ed syst em memor y speed for your own comput er model. Int ernal drives • 3.5-inch standar d half-high disk ett e drive (optional) • C ar d r eader (optional) • Serial Advanced T echnology A ttachment (SA T A) int ernal har d disk drive or Serial attached SCSI (SAS) int ernal har d disk drive • Optical drive
• One E thernet connect or • T wo r ear IEEE 1394 connect ors (optional) • T wo audio connect ors on the fr ont panel (micr ophone connect or and headphone connect or) • VGA or DVI monit or connect or (r equir es video car d) Expansion • T wo optical drive bays • One drive bay for either a 3.5-inch disk ett e drive or a car d r eader • One 32-bit PCI car d slot • One PCI Expr ess x1 car d slot • One PCI Expr ess x4 car d slot (mechanical x16) • T wo PCI Expr ess 2.0 x16 car d slots • Thr ee har
1 Oper ating syst ems, cer tified or t est ed for compatibility (varies by model type) ® • Linux Specifications This section lists the physical specifications for your ThinkS tation comput er . Dimensions W idth: 175 mm (6.9 inches) Height: 478 mm (18.8 inches) floor t o t op of handle Depth: 460 mm (18.1 inches) W eight Maximum configur ation: 16.33 kg (36 lb) Dimensions r ack mount ed: W idth: 427 mm (16.8 inches) Height: 210 mm (8.0 inches) Depth: 579 mm (22.8 inches) Envir onment • Air t emp