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User Guide 2 - Page 6
... i h id l (sample illustration) Plugging the USB cable into the right side panel 7 8 9 Start Microsoft® Windows® XP Media Center Edition 2005. Go to Settings, select TV, and then select Setup ... Wizard screens. Using the Remote Control Your computer shipped with a remote control designed to work with Windows® XP Media Center 2005. You can use it to ...
User Guide 2 - Page 7
Toshiba USB TV Tuner Quick Guide 7 Installing the IR receiver 1 Place the USB IR receiver in a ...remote control (IR) sensor window on your set-top box. This window is usually located at the front of the equipment. Refer to the manual that comes with your set-top box if needed. .... Place the sticky side of the emitter LED directly on the set-top box IR sensor window. Do not totally block the window, ...
User Guide - Page 6
... transmission charges.) In order to program this information into your fax transmission, refer to the fax software instructions installed on this computer. Alarm Equipment If your home has specially ...your alarm equipment. If you have questions about what will disable alarm equipment, consult your telephone company or a qualified installer. Instructions for IC CS...
User Guide - Page 38
... its limited warranty. Toshiba's standard limited warranty, extended warranty, and service upgrade terms and conditions are available at warranty.toshiba.com. To stay current on the most recent software and hardware options for your computer, and for other product information, be sure to regularly check the Toshiba Web ...
User Guide - Page 44
... or establish a Local Area Network (LAN) connection. See "Connecting the modem to a telephone line" on page 126. Setting up your software NOTE The names of windows displayed, and the order in which windows appear, may vary according to your software setup choices. The first time you turn on your computer, the Setup ...
User Guide - Page 45
Getting Started Registering your computer with Toshiba 45 If an Internet connection could not be found, a window will display the message: "An Internet connection could not be chosen." Click Next to continue. NOTE If you are connecting your computer to a network, consult your system administrator before you choose your computer name and network settings. Follow ...
User Guide - Page 46
... external devices Adding external devices Before adding external devices or memory, Toshiba recommends setting up your software. See "Setting up your software" on page 44. After starting your computer for the first time you may ... 69). Connect an external CD/DVD drive (see "Using the Optical Drive" on page 92). Install PC Cards (see "Using PC Cards" on page...
User Guide - Page 54
54 NOTE Getting Started Adding memory (optional) Before adding external devices or memory, Toshiba recommends setting up your software. See "Setting up your software" on page 44. Installing a memory module Additional memory modules can be installed in the memory module slots on the base of the computer. ...
User Guide - Page 69
... a printer 69 Connecting a printer NOTE Your printer documentation may require you to install the printer software before physically connecting the printer to your computer. If you do not install the software as instructed by the printer manufacturer, the printer may not function correctly. Read the documentation that came ...
User Guide - Page 167
... Control Center contains various functions for fingerprint management and for setting up your fingerprint software. Available options depend on the software status, used hardware, and installed applications. Fingerprints ❖ Enroll or Edit ... to a *.vtp file and imported back to your fingerprint software. The *.vtp file is encrypted and protected by a password that ...
User Guide - Page 198
...hardware conflict Most PC Card problems occur during installation and setup of new cards. If you are having trouble getting one or more ... immediately. Other cards must be set up before you can use them. Use the Windows® XP PC Card (PCMCIA) Wizard to set up the card. ... can cause problems when installing the PC Card. If your system does not have built-in drivers for your PC...
User Guide - Page 201
...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 your printer" on page 70 or in the instructions that came with the printer. You ... print preview mode. This mode lets you see your work exactly as it will print. Contact the software manufacturer for more information.
User Guide - Page 205
...'s Web site for recent firmware upgrades. Problems with WEP keys, in particular, are frequently addressed in new firmware releases. Special considerations for Windows XP Wired Equivalent ...the wireless access point. When you install a wireless access point device, Windows XP checks whether ... me to connect to the selected wireless network, even though it is not secure. Windows XP will now try...
User Guide - Page 210
...later recall. If you experience problems after installing some new hardware or software, you can easily select a previously ...Control Point to 'turn back the clock,' restoring Windows to the state it was in just prior to the installation. This is much easier and more effective than uninstalling the hardware or software, which often leaves behind unwanted files and settings. It is also easy to undo a...
User Guide - Page 215
... Something Goes Wrong Develop good computing habits 215 General tips for installing hardware and software Here are a few tips to help insure safe ...the installation successfully. Always carefully follow the installation instructions that accompany the hardware or software. Restart Windows. Always restart Windows after each installation, even if the installation utility...
User Guide - Page 216
...need further assistance 1 Back up critical data. 2 Create a Restore Point. 3 Install one item of hardware or software. 4 Restart Windows. 5 Use the new hardware or software for a while, noting any new problems. Make sure... and verify that important devices are still functioning. 6 For each additional hardware or software item, repeat these steps, starting at step 1 if any...
User Guide - Page 217
..., or to stay current on the most recent software and hardware options for your computer, and for other product information, be.... Toshiba voice contact Before calling Toshiba, make sure you have: 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 your choice of media ...
User Guide - Page 260
... can hold up to 720 KB of information (half the capacity of a high-density diskette). See also diskette, high-density diskette. download - (1) In communications, to receive a file from another computer through a modem or network. (2) To send font data from the computer to a printer. See also upload. drag - To ...
User Guide - Page 267
... 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).
User Guide - Page 272
...recycle bin 122 safety 36 Industry Canada requirement 4 installation memory module 54 installing memory modules 53 mouse 68 instant passwords, using 149 Internet ...surfing 131 uploading and downloading files 133 URL address not found 182 ...removing expansion slot cover 56 memory module installation 54 removing 60 microphone ... 202 resetting port to default settings 125 upgrading 125 modem default 125 ...
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