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Version 3.0 2008.11
IdeaCentre K User Guide
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Key to signs used in this manual Prohibition: Dangerous operations Danger: Watch out for high risks Caution: Watch out for medium risks Attention: Pay attention to low risks Recommendation: Helpful tips 31035995_IdeaCentre K UG_EN_V3.0.indd 1 2008.10.20 2:11:40 PM
Notes • Before using this information and the product it supports, be sure to read the Safety and Warranty Guide that came with this product. • The software, include in this computer, do not support multi- user level. During switching user, close all existing software in order to avoid program run-time error. © Copyright Lenovo 2007, 2008. All rights reserved. 31035995_IdeaCentre K UG_EN_V3.0.indd 2 2008.10.20 2:11:40 PM
Contents Key to signs used in this manual Chapter 1 Instructions for using computer hardware ........... 1 1.1 Front view of the Chassis .........................................................2 1.2 Rear view of the chassis ..........................................................3 1.3 Speaker (some models equipped with Speaker) ......................6 1.4 Notes on computer cabling and installation .............................7 1.5 Keyboard ....................................................
Chapter 5 Troubleshooting and Conﬁrming Setup .............. 33 5.1 Troubleshooting display problems ..........................................34 5.2 Troubleshooting audio problems ............................................34 5.3 Troubleshooting software problems .......................................35 5.4 Troubleshooting problems with optical drives and hard disks ...36 2 Contents 31035995_IdeaCentre K UG_EN_V3.0.indd 2 2008.10.20 2:11:40 PM
Instructions for using computer C h a p t e r hardware 1 This chapter is organized under the following topics: These topics describe some of the operations commonly performed during routine use of the 2 computer, including the proper connection of components. Please read it carefully. Note: The conﬁguration of your computer 3 model may vary slightly from the illustrations used in this document. 4 5 User Guide 1 31035995_IdeaCentre K UG_EN_V3.0.indd 1 2008.10.20 2:11:15 PM
1.1 Front view of the Chassis Instructions for the use of buttons and function keys that are located the front of the computer. F - 1 D- 1 D - 2 D- 3 D- 4 D- 2 F-1 Top Mounted Buttons: Including power switch. [1-1] Power switch: Press this button to turn the computer on or off, or, if the Power Option in [ 1 - 1 ] the Control Panel has been set to allow it, to hibernate or wake up the computer. [1-2] Hard Disk Drive Indicator: Indicates the [ 1 - 2 ] read/write operations of the hard
D-1 Memory card reader Connector: Able to read/write data from Memory Stick /Memory Stick Pro/ Memory Stick Duo /Memory Stick Pro Duo xD SD/Mini SD/SD High Capacity /Mini SD High Capacity/ MMC/ RS-MMC/MMC plus/MMC mobile CF I/CF II/ MD. D-2 USB Connectors: To connect USB devices. D-3 Microphone Connector: To connect the microphone and pass the microphone audio input to the computer. D-4 Speakers/Headphones Connector: To connect headphones. If external speakers are used, they can be conne
X-1 DVI X-2 S-1 Key to symbols used in the above illustrations of the rear of the chassis: ——— Power Connector: To supply power to the computer. ———— PS/2 Mouse Connector: To connect a mouse having a PS/2 connector. —— PS/2 Keyboard Connector: To connect a keyboard having a PS/2 connector. —— Serial Connector: To connect devices requiring a serial connection (COM Connector ). ——— Parallel Connector: To connect devices requiring a parallel 4 User Guide 31035995_IdeaCentre K UG_EN_V3.0.i
connection. X-1 —— On-board VGA Card Connector: To connect with the signal cable of a monitor. On computer models that have an external graphics card, on-board graphics card signals are shielded and there are no VGA signal outputs. (some models are equipped with this connector.) ——— USB Connector: To connect USB devices. —— Ethernet Connector: To connect LAN or broadband network devices. X-2 —— External VGA Card Connector: To connect with the signal cable of a monitor. It connects with t
——— Used to attach a telephone line to your computer. (some models equipped with this connector) —— Voltage: selection switch (Some models are equipped with this switch) Check the position of the voltage-selection switch on the rear of the computer. Use a ballpoint pen to slide the switch, if necessary. 1. If the voltage supply range is 100-127 V ac, set the switch to 115 V. 2. If the voltage supply range is 200-240 V ac, set the switch to 230 V. Figure 1 Figure 2 1.3 Speaker (some
Y-1 Volume adjustment Knob Y-4 Speaker Power Switch Y-2 Bass adjustment Knob Y-5 Speaker DC IN Y-3 Connect to computer Audio-out Y-6 Primary and secondary speaker cables 1.4 Notes on computer cabling and installation C- 3 C- 2 C- 4 C- 1 C-1 Monitor power cord C-2 Monitor data cable C-3 Speaker audio signal cable C-4 WiFi antenna 1. Connect the monitor signal cable to the on-board graphics card connector if the model you purchased is not equipped with an external graphics card. 2. If there is a
Notes: • Keep speakers away from the monitor to avoid magnetic interference. • Ensure the monitor-to-computer cable connections are secure, with screws tightened. • Connect the monitor signal cable to the on-board graphics card connector if the model you purchased is not equipped with an external graphics card. • Wiﬁ card can not be used to connect to network in Lenovo Rescue System. Please update virus package via Onekey Antivirus in Lenovo Rescue System with cable network. 1.5 Keyboard [
Rescue System Operation C h a p t e r Instruction 1 The following topics will be introduced in this chapter: ÿ Installing Drivers and Software 2 ÿ OneKey Recovery ÿ File Management ÿ OneKey Antivirus You can recover drive C of the computer to factory 3 status or the last system backup status using OneKey Recovery. With this operation, all of the existing data in drive C will be lost while content and format of the other partitions in the hard disk drive will remain unchanged. 4 If
Note about service partition: The ﬁles and relevant data of the rescue system are saved in the service partition. Do not delete this partition. Otherwise, the rescue system will become unusable. For detailed operations, see the following instructions: By selecting Control Panel Management Tools Computer Management Disk Management, you can see the service partition, which must not be deleted. Note: The recovery ﬁles and relevant data of the rescue system are saved in the service part
Application Installation. In the main interface of software, install all the drivers and software automatically, or install some of them selectively. In the software list, check the software to be installed. It is recommended not to install the software which is already on the computer. Note: In order to use all software shipped with the computer properly, the tool software pctype must be installed. Otherwise, certain software shipped with the computer cannot work normally! 2.2 OneKey R
Note: After this operation, all existing data in the system partition will be lost, and other partitions on the disk will remain unchanged. In order to prevent loss of data, be sure to back up important data before this operation. Note: Do not change the size of partition drive C after the backup operation. This will ensure that the required space for every recovery option is available. (example: Recovering Factory Backup): Detailed Operation Procedure 1. Power on the computer. When the
File Backup Wait while copying. Note: Please wait while copying; time for this operation depends on the quantity and size of ﬁles you need to copy. Do not turn off the power forcefully, otherwise it might cause ﬁle system abnormality. Conﬁguring a Password Click the key-shape icon on the upper right side of the main interface to conﬁgure the password. To ensure authentication of the user ID who is copying the ﬁles, the Lenovo ﬁle management function enables you to conﬁgure a protection pa
Scan and kill viruses Select Full Scan or System Scan to scan the disks. Full Scan — Scan all partitions of the disk consecutively and kill the detected viruses. System Scan — Only scan the operating system partition (usually drive C) and kill viruses in it. Scan and kill viruses Please wait while the software is scanning and killing viruses. Try to avoid interruption of the process. Scan and kill viruses — stop If you need to stop scanning or killing viruses halfway, click Stop. In the
3. If you select “ADSL”, input the username and password of the ADSL connection. If you select “LAN connection”, conﬁgure the IP address and proxy server of the LAN. 4. After the network is conﬁgured properly, the software will prompt success of network conﬁguring. Click OK to start updating. 5. Please wait while the update process is going on. Try to avoid interruption of the process. After the virus deﬁnitions are updated successfully, the software will prompt success of update. Up