Sony VAIO PCV-W10 user manual

User manual for the device Sony VAIO PCV-W10

Device: Sony VAIO PCV-W10
Size: 0,66 MB
Date of adding : 2013-07-11 17:44:38
Number of pages: 76
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VAIO® Computer er
User Guide

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Contents Welcome.......................................................5 Configuring Your VAIO Computer.............7 About Your Hard Disk Drive Partition .......................8 i.LINK Compatibility ..................................................9 VAIO Action Setup...................................................10 Changing The Sony Software Window Design ........12 Using The Memory Stick Media Slot .......................13 Using The PC Card Slot .........................................

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VAIO Computer User Guide Notes On Use.............................................43 About The Power Source..........................................44 About Disposing Of The Lithium Battery ................45 About Handling The Computer System....................46 About The LCD Screen (Built-in Display)...............48 About DVD, CD, And Floppy Disk Media ..............49 Support Options........................................51 Immediate Help And Support ...................................52

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Welcome Thank you for purchasing your Sony VAIO® computer! Your new computer is a superb blend of high technology and easy-to-use functionality. The information provided here is designed to help you to become familiar with the hardware and software applications included with your system. 5

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VAIO Computer User Guide 6

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Configuring Your VAIO Computer This section provides basic information about managing your computer's hard disk drive performance, using i.LINK devices, Memory Stick media, PC Cards, and changing default settings. 7

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VAIO Computer User Guide About Your Hard Disk Drive Partition To improve the performance of Sony audio and video software applications, the hard disk drive on your computer has been formatted with two partitions, C and D. Some Sony software applications save files to the D partition. This prevents large video captures from consuming the available space on your C partition. To maintain optimum system performance, you should defragment your computer’s D partition regularly. Defragmenting your

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i.LINK Compatibility i.LINK Compatibility Your VAIO computer has two 4-pin i.LINK ports available to connect your digital devices. A 4-pin i.LINK port does not supply power to a connected device. The following i.LINK 400 Mbps cables are available and recommended for use with your computer: VMC-IL4415, VMC-IL4435, VMC-IL4615, and VMC-IL4635. Sony computer supplies, accessories, and peripherals can be purchased from Sony VAIO Direct through the Web site at or the to

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VAIO Computer User Guide VAIO Action Setup O Action Setup VAIO® Action Setup manages the settings for your computer’s Shortcut keys (S Keys). Shortcut keys The programmable S Keys are set to launch the following applications: ❑ S1—Microsoft® Outlook® Express ❑ S2—Microsoft® Internet Explorer ❑ S3—SonicStage™ ❑ S4—PictureGear Studio ❑ S5—PowerDVD ❑ S6—VAIO® Help and Support PCV-W10 keyboard S1 MAIL S2 INTERNET S3 MUSIC S4 PICTURE S5 DVD S6 HELP Changing the settings of the S keys You can reprog

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VAIO Action Setup 4 From the Select Application dialog box, click the option for the desired type of function. The corresponding applications appear in the list box on the right. 5 Select an application from the list. Click Next. ✍ You can drag an application to place it into the list box. 6 The Confirmation Application Name window appears. Click Next. 7 You may now type a new name and description, if desired. Then click Finish. 11

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VAIO Computer User Guide Changing The Sony Software Window Design You can select from different window designs for certain Sony software applications and create your own personal computing environment. Changing the window design 1 Click Start in the Windows taskbar and select the Control Panel. 2 Click Other Control Panel Options. 3 Click UI Design Selector. 4 Click << or >> and select the desired design. 5 Click Apply. 6 The “UI Design Selector” window design changes. The window design for yo

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Using The Memory Stick Media Slot Using The Memory Stick Media Slot k Media Slot Your VAIO® computer is configured to support Memory Stick® media. A Memory Stick media is a compact, portable, and versatile data storage media designed for exchanging and sharing digital data with similarly equipped devices. To insert a Memory Stick media 1 Insert the Memory Stick media into the Memory Stick media slot, located on the left panel. Inserting a Memory Stick media Insert a Memory Stick media in th

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VAIO Computer User Guide To remove a Memory Stick media A small portion of the Memory Stick media remains extended when it is inserted into the Memory Stick media slot. 1 Press the extended Memory Stick media to release it from the Memory Stick slot. The media extends further, enabling you to grasp it. 2 Remove the Memory Stick media from the slot. Removing a Memory Stick Media Do not remove the Memory Stick media while the media access indicator light is on. The media or its data may become

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Using The Memory Stick Media Slot Protecting data on Memory Stick media from accidental changes Memory Stick media contain a write-protect tab. The write-protect tab prevents accidental changes to information recorded on your Memory Stick media. When you slide the write-protect tab to the LOCK position, your Memory Stick media is write-protected. You cannot delete, copy, or save information on the media while the write-protect tab in the LOCK position. When you slide the tab to the un-LOCK

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VAIO Computer User Guide Using The PC Card Slot Your computer has a card bus PC Card slot that supports Type I or Type II PC (PCMCIA) cards. You do not need to shut down your computer when inserting a PC Card. For more information, see the instructions supplied with your PC Card. Inserting a PC Card 1 With the label facing up, insert the PC Card into the PC Card slot. Inserting a PC Card Insert a PC card in this direction 2 Push the PC Card gently into the slot. The card is automatically detec

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Using The PC Card Slot Removing a PC Card 1 Close all applications that may access the PC Card to avoid data loss. 2 Double-click the Safely Remove Hardware icon in the Windows® taskbar. 3 Click to select the name of the card that you want to eject and click Stop. The Stop a Hardware Device window appears. Click OK. 4 When the message “Safe to Remove Hardware” appears, push the PC Card Eject button on the right panel of the system unit. You extend the Eject button out from the computer befor

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System And Application Recovery CD(s) You can restore your system, individual software applications, or drivers, using the Recovery CDs. 19

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VAIO Computer User Guide Using The System Recovery CD(s) The System Recovery CD utility formats your hard disk drive and restores the operating system and all the original, preinstalled software applications. If the operating system or applications become corrupted or are erased, you can restore your computer to the original factory settings. The System Recovery CD can only be used to restore the hard disk drive of the Sony computer you purchased. The System Recovery process removes all sof

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