Protecting the Computer
To safeguard the integrity of your computer data as well as the computer
itself, you can protect the computer in several ways as described in this
Using the Password
The power-on password protects your computer against unauthorized
use. If the password is set, the prompt requesting for the password
appears on the screen whenever the computer is turned on.
The password is set via the SCU program. See "Security Menu" in
Chapter 5 for instructions.
Using an Anti-Virus Strategy
New viruses are always being developed nowadays and they are
attacking computers even more easily with emails so commonly used
The Security feature of the SCU program protects the boot sector of the
hard disk. To enable the function, see "Security Menu" in Chapter 5 for
You can also install a virus-detecting program to monitor potential
viruses that could damage your files.
Caring for the Computer