G e t t i n g S t a r t e d
Connecting the components
Having assured yourself that the voltage settings, and the AC power
cords of the computer, the monitor and any other peripherals, are
correct, use the procedure below to connect these components
together. It is important that you take each step in the order
10. Where appropriate, connect power cords between your
11. If your AC power outlets have switches, set them to their On
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If your AC power outlets have switches, set them to their Off
Ensure that the system unit, the monitor, and any peripherals
are turned off.
Connect the monitor signal cable between the monitor and the
monitor port on the rear of the system unit. (If the monitor
signal cable is connected after the computer is turned on, the
display may appear in monochrome or not at all.)
Where appropriate, connect other signal cables between your
peripherals and their respective ports on the system unit. Make
sure the signal cables are connected securely.
Plug the keyboard cable into the keyboard port on the system
unit. Be careful not to plug it into the mouse port by mistake.
Plug the mouse into the mouse port on the system unit. Never
connect either the keyboard or the mouse while the system
unit is turned on.
Where appropriate, connect the computer to the network.
Connect the monitor power cord between the monitor and the
AC power outlet on the rear of the system unit.
Connect the system unit power cord between the AC power
inlet on the rear of the system unit and a nearby, grounded AC
peripherals and nearby, grounded AC power outlets.