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  • User Guide 1 - Page 5

    ...program this information into your fax modem, you should complete the setup for your fax software before sending a message. Instructions for IC CS-03 certified equipment 1 NOTICE: The ... The Department does not guarantee the equipment will operate to the user's satisfaction. Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to be connected to the ...
  • User Guide 1 - Page 13

    ... yourself comfortable ...35 Precautions...38 Setting up your computer ...39 Installing additional memory (optional) ...40 Connecting a... on the power...49 Using the TouchPad ...50 Setting up your software...51 Registering your computer with Toshiba ...52 Powering off the computer ...54 ...Alt keys ...59 Character keys ...59 Function keys...60 Windows® special keys ...60 Overlay keys...61 Starting ...
  • User Guide 1 - Page 20

    ...Toshiba notebook computer, your access to information can accompany you wherever you go. You will find that your Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional operating system is already installed on your computer. It offers exciting features and easy Internet access. This guide This guide introduces the computer's features....
  • User Guide 1 - Page 39

    ... for viruses. This precaution is especially important for files you receive via diskette or email, or download from the Internet. Setting up your computer TECHNICAL NOTE: You must complete all set up steps up to "Setting up your software" on page 51 before adding external or internal components to your computer. These components include, but are not ...
  • User Guide 1 - Page 40

    40 Getting Started Setting up your computer Installing additional memory (optional) Your computer comes with enough memory to run...applications. You may want to increase the computer's memory if you use complex software or process large amounts of data... the computer off. CAUTION: Do not try to install a memory module with the computer in Standby or Hibernation mode. You can...
  • User Guide 1 - Page 52

    ...about your computer. NOTE: If your computer has the Microsoft ® Windows ® XP Professional operating system and will be connected to a network, consult your system... with information about new products and upgrades, and also extends your Toshiba warranty worldwide at no... your printer installation guide for instructions. If you have a printer, follow these steps to set it up...
  • User Guide 1 - Page 63

    ... want to work on. To find the file, use My Computer or Windows® Explorer. If you prefer to open the program first, you have the... your desktop Use the Start menu Use Windows® Explorer to locate the program file Use... your work Before you turn off the computer, save your work to the hard disk ... save feature. To save: ❖ A file you are updating, open the program's File menu and ...
  • User Guide 1 - Page 74

    ...products and services for sale. Uploading and downloading files from the Internet Transferring files from one computer to another is termed uploading (transferring data from your computer to a site on the Web), or downloading (transferring data from a site on the Web to your computer). There are several ways to upload or download data. It can be as simple as attaching a file ...
  • User Guide 1 - Page 87

    Mobile Computing Changing the main battery 87 5 6 In the section labeled Screen Saver, choose the desired screen saver. In the Wait window, click the up and down buttons to set the number of minutes of inactivity before the display ... out of power, you have two options: plug in the AC Adapter or install a fresh main battery. TECHNICAL NOTE: To avoid losing any ...
  • User Guide 1 - Page 159

    ...Double-click the Computer Management icon. In the left frame, click Device Manager. To view the device(s) installed, double-click the device type. To view the ...external diskette disk drive, and other power-using functions. The Drivers tab, which displays the ...also present. 6 Click troubleshooting. A Help and Support window for that device appears. For more information about Device Manager,...
  • User Guide 1 - Page 168

    ... refer to the documentation that came with the PC Card. Some card manufacturers use special software called enablers to support their ... result in nonstandard configurations that can cause problems when installing the PC Card. If your system does not have built-in drivers for your PC Card and the card did not come with an operating system driver, it may not work under the operating system. Contact ...
  • User Guide 1 - Page 174

    ...: Your computer's serial number. The computer and any optional devices related to the problem. Backup copies of your Windows® operating system and all other preloaded software on diskettes or CD-ROM. Name and version of the program involved in the problem along with its installation diskettes or CD-ROM. Information about what you were doing when the problem ...
  • User Guide 1 - Page 202

    ...up to 127 peripheral devices through a single all-purpose USB port. USB allows hot swapping of peripherals. See also bus, hot swapping, serial. upload - To send a file to another computer through a modem or network. See also download. USB - See universal serial bus (USB) 2.0.
  • User Guide 1 - Page 206

    ... of battery 90 DMA (Direct Memory Access) 157 double-click 51 downloading 74 F FAT (File Allocation Table) 165 features 57...E email 73 environment computer-friendly 34 ergonomics 35, 36, 37 error messages device driver conflict 155 general hardware problem 155 non-system ... 155 resolving 157 headphones 117 jack 27 Help Windows XP 155 Hibernation command 121 enabling 126 Hibernation...
  • User Guide 2 - Page 54

    ... Wizard 2 Follow the instructions on the screen to add your printer. If your printer is not found, or to install the driver manually, use the printer driver that came with the printer to complete the setup process. 3 4 5 ... Finish. TECHNICAL NOTE: Some printers ® require a specific installation process. In this case, the Windows 2000 Add Printer Wizard will display an ...
  • User Guide 2 - Page 159

    .... Properties include the name of the manufacturer, the type of device, the drivers installed, and the system resources assigned to ...Administrative Tools. 2 3 4 5 Click the Computer Management icon. Click the Device Manager button. To view the device(s) installed, double...also present. 6 Click Troubleshooter. A Help and Support window for that device appears. For more information about Device Manager,...
  • User Guide 2 - Page 167

    ... disk, additional memory, or a pager. Most PC Card problems occur during installation and setup of new cards. If you're having trouble getting one ... immediately. Other cards must be set up before you can use them. Use the Windows® 2000 PC Card (PCMCIA) Wizard to set up the card... cause problems when installing the PC Card. If your system does not have built-in drivers for your...
  • User Guide 2 - Page 170

    ... printer's self-test to check for any problem with the printer itself. Make sure you installed the proper printer drivers, as shown in "Setting up a printer" on page 53. You may have connected the printer while the computer ...a print preview mode. This mode lets you see your work exactly as it will print. Contact the software manufacturer for more information.
  • User Guide 2 - Page 174

    ...; Your computer's serial number. The computer and any optional devices related to the problem. Backup copies of your Windows® operating system and all other preloaded software on diskettes or CD-ROM. Name and version of the program involved in the problem along with its installation diskettes or CD-ROM. Information about what you were doing when the problem ...
  • User Guide 2 - Page 201

    ...up to 127 peripheral devices through a single all-purpose USB port. USB allows hot swapping of peripherals. See also bus, hot swapping, serial. upload - To send a file to another computer through a modem or network. See also download. USB - See universal serial bus (USB) 2.0.
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