HP (Hewlett-Packard) OMNIBOOK 5000 user manual

User manual for the device HP (Hewlett-Packard) OMNIBOOK 5000

Device: HP (Hewlett-Packard) OMNIBOOK 5000
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HP OmniBook 5000
User’s Guide

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OmniBook User’s Guide Operating the OmniBook.......................................................................................... 7 Starting to Use Your OmniBook ............................................................................ 7 To use the trackball............................................................................................ 8 To adjust the display.......................................................................................... 8 To learn about Windows...

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To view card information................................................................................. 37 To prepare a data storage card......................................................................... 38 To set up an I/O card....................................................................................... 39 To use less memory for plug-in cards ............................................................... 40 Connecting an External Display......................................

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Choosing Power Cords........................................................................................ 74 Troubleshooting...................................................................................................... 76 Solving Problems ................................................................................................. 76 Troubleshooting Tips for Windows 95 ............................................................. 77 Printing Problems...............................

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Introduction Using This Online Manual This online User’s Guide looks similar to a printed manual—and it works like a printed manual in many ways, too. But you can do several handy things you can’t do with a manual. For example, you can make the type larger or smaller. You can click pictures to enlarge them. You can add electronic bookmarks for marking key information. And you can print all or part of the manual on your printer. • Press F1. You’ll quickly see how to use this manual. If you’re us

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• The online Quick Start Guide gives you a fun, visual introduction to the OmniBook—double-click the Quick Start icon in the Program Manager (OmniBook Library group). • The online Windows Quick Start manual contains information about Windows for Workgroups—double-click the Windows Quick Start icon in Program Manager (OmniBook Library group). • The online MS-DOS Quick Start manual contains information about MS-DOS— double-click the MS-DOS Quick Start icon in Program Manager (OmniBook Library g

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Edition 1 ................................ .......... October 1995 6

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Operating the OmniBook 1 Congratulations! Your OmniBook sets a new standard in personal computing. Although it’s compact and easy to carry, the OmniBook is equipped with a touch-type keyboard, its own built-in trackball, and standard Microsoft Windows—all loaded and ready to go. What’s more, your OmniBook has been specifically designed for ease of use on the road. It features “instant-on” power that immediately restores your last screen. And the OmniBook is infused with the quality and attentio

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24 13 12 14 15 23 16 17 18 22 19 20 21 This section shows how to ♦ Use the trackball. ♦ Adjust the display. ♦ Learn about Windows. ♦ Use the special features of the OmniBook keyboard. ♦ Turn off the OmniBook—without exiting applications. To use the trackball The OmniBook’s trackball works like an upside-down mouse—you rotate the ball in the direction you want the pointer to move. The left and right trackball buttons, located just above the trackball roller, work like their mouse counterparts. Mo

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To learn about Windows Microsoft Windows for Workgroups is basically Microsoft Windows 3.1 with added features designed to support networked interactions. Learning About Windows 95 Learning About Windows 95 • Start the 10-minute tour of Windows—click Start, Programs, OmniBook Library, Tour. –or– • See the Introducing Microsoft Windows manual shipped with your OmniBook. –or– • See the Windows online Help—click Start and Help. For an introduction, open the Introducing Windows topic on the Contents

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number keys. Hold FN if you want to type letters. (Press NUM LOCK again to return these keys to their original functions, so they again type the normal alphabet.) Setting Up Shortcut Keys You can set up shortcuts for documents and programs—see the Windows online Help. If you set up a shortcut, you can also set up a shortcut key for it—in the shortcut property sheet, use the Shortcut Key option on the Shortcut tab. Here are a few tips: • If external FN-key operation is enabled for an external ke

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Your OmniBook has several features that save battery power when the ac adapter isn’t connected. The most obvious of these is automatic shutdown—when your OmniBook has been idle for 3 minutes with no ac power, it turns itself off automatically. (Other power-saving features are described throughout this manual.) To resume operation, just press the On/Off button. You Don’t Have to Exit OmniBook Applications A key benefit of your OmniBook is that you don’t have to exit applications if you’re still

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Hard disk Ac power Battery charging Power off Num Lock drive Battery status Floppy disk PCMCIA Caps Lock Scroll Lock drive cards Ac power This icon appears when the ac adapter is plugged in . Battery These icons appear when a battery is inserted in the corresponding status and battery slot—Battery 1 is on the left side of the OmniBook, and Battery Battery 2 is on the right. The shading of the battery symbol shows the charging approximate charge level of the battery relative to a full charge. Th

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completely while writing data to the drive, or if the battery in a PCMCIA RAM card is also low. This section shows how to ♦ Get detailed battery status. ♦ Save battery power. ♦ Recharge the battery or run on ac power. ♦ Respond to a low-battery warning. ♦ Replace the battery. ♦ Install a second battery. To get the battery status The Battery Status indicator on the LCD Status Panel shows the approximate charge level of the battery graphically. At any time, you can see the battery status in the Po

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• If you have a PCMCIA I/O card—that is, a card having an external connection, such as a modem or network card—remove it when you’re not using it. Some I/O cards use significant power, even while they’re inactive. To recharge the battery or run on ac power • Plug the power cord into the adapter, then into a grounded ac outlet. • Insert the adapter plug into the socket on the left side of the OmniBook. AC adapter Power cord Charging light CAUTION Use only an HP F1044B ac adapter (the type ship

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The ac adapter is normally warm to the touch whenever it’s plugged into an ac outlet. The OmniBook is normally warm while it’s charging—don’t charge it in a briefcase or other small space. Hints • To get the longest battery operating time, allow the battery to charge fully—until the battery symbol in the Status Panel fills completely. Continued charging maintains the full charge. • You can recharge the battery pack whenever it’s convenient—it doesn’t suffer from the “memory” effects that may a

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1. Important: Turn off the unit—do not turn it on until you’ve finished replacing the battery. Also, if it’s connected, do not unplug the ac adapter until you’re finished. 2. For easiest access to the battery, close the display and turn your computer over. 3. Squeeze the locking switches inward and slide the battery out of its compartment. 4. Slide the battery module into the empty bay. Carefully press the battery all the way into the compartment. You will hear a click as the locking switc

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4. Slide the battery module into the empty bay. Carefully press the battery all the way into the compartment. You will hear a click as the locking switches move outward and the module is locked in place. 5. Restart your computer. A second Battery Status icon appears in the LCD Status Panel, showing the charge level of the new battery. To adjust battery charging order When there is only one battery installed, the OmniBook automatically detects and charges that battery when the ac adapter is p

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Upper card slot (drive E) Lower card slot (drive D) Floppy drive (drive A) The hard disk drive (C) and the floppy disk drive (A) are provided with the OmniBook. Drive D and/or drive E are available when PCMCIA mass storage devices are plugged About the Card into the respective slots. Slot Drives Example: Drive Icons in File Manager Drive C is seldom removed. If you do change or remove and reinsert drive C, push the OmniBook’s reset button afterward. CAUTION Before attempting to change or remo

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Disk Type Characteristics How Used Rotating hard disk A spinning magnetic medium and read-write head. As drive D in the lower card slot. The medium requires no power to maintain its data, (Because of its physical size, the though it requires significant power to operate. Most drive eliminates the upper card hard disks are “ATA-type” disks. slot otherwise used for drive E.) Typical capacity: 170 MB or more. Flash disk Electronic chips called “flash memory” inside a plug- As drive D or E in the lo


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