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  • Page 1: User Guide

    User Guide Getting Started Using the Computer Start Settings and Upgrade Backup / Restore Appendix Contents...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Turning the Computer On and Off Using the Security Slot Chapter 2. Using the Computer Chapter 4. Backup/Restore Using a wired keyboard and mouse Samsung Recovery Solution (Optional) Using a wireless keyboard/mouse (Optional) CD Drive (ODD, Optional) Chapter 5. Appendix Multi Card Slot...
  • Page 3 Chapter 1. Getting Started Tips Before You Start Safety Precautions Proper Posture During Computer Use Overview Turning the Computer On and Off...
  • Page 4: Chapter 1. Getting Started

    (Optional) purchased. Restore Internet Explorer to its initial state. If you use the Samsung Recovery Solution function, you Connect the LCD to the device using the HDMI cable and can easily and quickly restore the computer to a previous state even if you do not have a separate OS recovery DVD...
  • Page 5: Before You Start

    Content included in this section includes Note - For some programs, you can launch them by selecting helpful information to use the function. Start > All Programs > Samsung > Software Launcher. Samsung • When the programs are not installed, select Recovery Solution >...
  • Page 6 HDD in Windows is smaller than the Samsung Electronics shall not be liable for any data loss. Please actual capacity due to the difference in capacity calculation.
  • Page 7: Safety Precautions

    Do not install the computer on a slant or a following safety instructions carefully. place prone to vibrations, or avoid using the Since this is commonly applied to Samsung Computers, some computer in that location for a long time. pictures may differ from actual products.
  • Page 8 Safety Precautions Chapter 1. Getting Started Warning If the power cord or power outlet makes a noise, disconnect the power cord from the Failure to follow instructions marked with this symbol may wall outlet and contact a service center. cause personal injury and even fatality. There is a danger of electric shock or fi re hazard.
  • Page 9 Safety Precautions Chapter 1. Getting Started Warning AC Adapter Usage Precautions Failure to follow instructions marked with this symbol may cause personal injury and even fatality. Connect the power cord to the AC adapter firmly. Connect the power cord to an outlet or Otherwise, there is a danger of fire due to an multiple power plug (extended cable) with incomplete contact.
  • Page 10 Please use an authorized battery and adapter is still turned on. approved by Samsung Electronics. If you put the computer into your bag without Unauthorized batteries and adapters may not turning it off, the computer may overheat and meet the proper safety requirements and may there is a danger of fire.
  • Page 11 Safety Precautions Chapter 1. Getting Started Warning Usage Related Failure to follow instructions marked with this symbol may cause personal injury and even fatality. Disconnect all cables connected to the computer before cleaning it. Never heat the battery or put the battery There is a danger of electric shock or damage into a fire.
  • Page 12 Safety Precautions Chapter 1. Getting Started Warning Upgrade Related Failure to follow instructions marked with this symbol may cause personal injury and even fatality. Never disassemble the power supply or AC adapter. Avoid direct sunlight when the computer There is a danger of electric shock. is in an air-tight location such as inside a vehicle.
  • Page 13 Safety Precautions Chapter 1. Getting Started Warning When carrying the computer with other items, such as the adapter, mouse, books Failure to follow instructions marked with this symbol may etc, take care not to press anything against cause personal injury and even fatality. the computer.
  • Page 14 This may cause an injury, fire or explosion. When using the computer with it lying on its side, place it so Use only a battery authorized by Samsung Electronics. that the vents face upwards. Failure to do so may cause an explosion.
  • Page 15 This may cause personal injury or loss of data. Authorized Samsung Repair Centers will carry out safety checks after a repair. Using a repaired product without testing it for Do not touch the antenna with electricity facility such as the safety may cause an electric shock or fire.
  • Page 16 Safety Precautions Chapter 1. Getting Started Caution Do not place your face close to the Optical Disk Drive tray when it is operating. Failure to follow instructions marked with this symbol may There is a danger of injury due to an abrupt ejection. cause slight injury or damage to the product.
  • Page 17 Never disassemble or repair the product by yourself. There is a danger of electric shock or fire. To connect a device that is not manufactured or authorized by Samsung Electronics, enquire at your service center before connecting the device. There is a danger of damaging the product.
  • Page 18 Safety Precautions Chapter 1. Getting Started Caution Causes that may damage the data of a hard disk drive and the hard disk drive itself. Failure to follow instructions marked with this symbol may cause slight injury or damage to the product. •...
  • Page 19: Proper Posture During Computer Use

    Proper Posture During Computer Use Chapter 1. Getting Started Maintaining a proper posture during computer use is very • Do not use the computer while you are lying down, but only important to prevent physical harm. while you are sitting down. The following instructions are about maintaining a proper posture •...
  • Page 20 Proper Posture During Computer Use Chapter 1. Getting Started Eye Position Hand Position Keep the monitor or LCD away from your eyes by at least Keep your arm at a right angle as shown by the fi gure. 50cm. • Keep the line from your elbow to your hand straight.
  • Page 21 Proper Posture During Computer Use Chapter 1. Getting Started Volume Control (Headphones and Speakers) Use Time (Break Time) Check your volume fi rst to listen to music. • Take a break for 10 minutes or more after a 50-minute period when working for more than one hour.
  • Page 22: Overview

    Overview Chapter 1. Getting Started Front View Camera operating This indicates the camera operating indicator status. Using this camera, you can take still • The pictures used for the cover and the main body in the 2 Camera User Manual are those of the representative model of each pictures and record video.
  • Page 23 Overview Chapter 1. Getting Started Touch buttons (for corresponding models only) The menu of the mode selected by the user pressing the button is supported. Some touch buttons may not be provided depending on the The <MagicBright>, <MagicAngle>, model speci cations. <MagicEco>...
  • Page 24 Overview Chapter 1. Getting Started Launches the volume control menu. When the volume control menu is Volume running, press to turn the volume Control up or press to turn the volume down. Switches to PC mode or monitor mode. PC Mode: The mode that maintains the screen of this product.
  • Page 25 3 If EasyButtonManage.exe is not in the path above, select • Do not press the buttons with sharp objects such as a stylus Samsung Recovery Solution (for models with the pen, ball-point pen, etc. Sharp objects may damage the touch program only) > System Software to reinstall buttons.
  • Page 26 Overview Chapter 1. Getting Started Right View Plays CD or DVD titles. CD Drive (ODD) A CD Drive is optional. The installed (Optional) drive may di er depending on the model specifications.
  • Page 27 Overview Chapter 1. Getting Started Left View 1 Multi Card Slot A card slot supports multi cards. This port is used as a USB port or chargeable USB port. Using a chargeable USB port, you can access or charge a USB device. USB Port You can tell the ports apart using the Chargeable USB...
  • Page 28 Overview Chapter 1. Getting Started Back View You can connect an HDMI cable to this port. Digital Video/ You can connect the HDMI port to a Audio Input Port device with an HDMI output port and (HDMI-IN) (Optional) use this product as a monitor with digital video and audio output from the device.
  • Page 29 Turning the Computer On and O Chapter 1. Getting Started Turning the computer on Connect the AC adapter. About Windows Activation When you turn the computer on for the rst time, the Windows activation screen appears. Follow the activation procedures according to the instructions on the screen to use the computer.
  • Page 30: Turning The Computer On And Off

    Turning the Computer On and Off Chapter 1. Getting Started Turning the computer off Start Shut down mode Click > to shutdown   • Since the procedures to turn the computer off may diff er the computer. depending on the installed operating system, please turn the computer off according to the procedures for the purchased operating system.
  • Page 31: Chapter 2. Using The Computer

    Chapter 2. Using the computer Using a wired keyboard and mouse Using a wireless keyboard/mouse (Optional) CD Drive (ODD, Optional) Multi Card Slot Using the product as a monitor (Optional) Connecting an External Digital Device Adjusting the Volume Using the HDTV (Optional) Using the Remote Control (Optional) Wired Network Wireless Network...
  • Page 32: Using A Wired Keyboard And Mouse

    Using a wired keyboard and mouse Chapter 2. Using the computer The appearance and color of the keyboard may di er depending on the model. Function keys Utility keys Lamps Execute various program functions. The Move the cursor to the previous Indicates that the Num Lock, roles of the buttons di er depending or next page or to the beginning...
  • Page 33 Using a wired keyboard and mouse Chapter 2. Using the computer Click function A mouse is a device that is used to move the cursor or pointer on the screen. Briefl y press the left mouse button once. The appearance and color of the mouse may diff er depending on If you click this mouse button once, the corresponding program is the model.
  • Page 34: Using A Wireless Keyboard/Mouse (Optional)

    Using a wireless keyboard/mouse Chapter 2. (Optional) Using the computer Slide the power switch at the bottom of the mouse to the ON The wireless keyboard and mouse are optional and the appearance and the color of the provided keyboard and mouse position.
  • Page 35: Using A Wireless Keyboard/Mouse (Optional)

    Using a wireless keyboard/mouse Chapter 2. (Optional) Using the computer Wireless keyboard Battery replacement LED This indicates when it is time to replace the battery. If the LED blinks, replace the batteries. ID button Battery cover...
  • Page 36 Using a wireless keyboard/mouse Chapter 2. (Optional) Using the computer Click function Wheel button Moves the pointer up and down. Briefl y press the left mouse button once. If you click this mouse button once, the corresponding program is Right button selected.
  • Page 37 Using a wireless keyboard/mouse Chapter 2. (Optional) Using the computer Within 10 seconds of reconnecting the receiver, press and If the wireless keyboard does not work hold the ID button for 2~3 seconds and then release it near the wireless receiver. ►...
  • Page 38 Using a wireless keyboard/mouse Chapter 2. (Optional) Using the computer If the wireless mouse does not work Disconnect and then reconnect the wireless signal receiver to the main body. ► When the power switch at the bottom of the mouse is in the OFF position, the mouse does not work.
  • Page 39: Cd Drive (Odd, Optional)

    CD Drive Chapter 2. (ODD, Optional) Using the computer An optical disk drive is optional and may diff er depending on Inserting and Ejecting a CD your computer model. For detailed specifi cations, refer to the catalogue. Insert the disc into the CD Drive so that the top of the disc faces upwards.
  • Page 40 CD Drive Chapter 2. (ODD, Optional) Using the computer • Do not pull or push the disc by force when the disc is being automatically ejected or inserted. This may cause a problem when ejecting or inserting a disc. • To insert a disc, insert the disc into the center of the drive with the appropriate pressure.
  • Page 41: Multi Card Slot

    Multi Card Slot Chapter 2. Using the computer Using the multi card slot, you can read and write data to cards. Using the card You can use a card as a removable disk and conveniently exchange data with digital devices such as a digital camera, digital Insert the card into the multi card slot in the indicated camcorder, MP3, etc..
  • Page 42 Multi Card Slot Chapter 2. Using the computer The card drive appears. Click Open folder and view fi les. You can save, move and delete data by double-clicking the corresponding drive. If the window does not appear, click Start > Computer. The device name of the card drive may diff er depending on your computer model.
  • Page 43 Multi Card Slot Chapter 2. Using the computer To remove a memory card • To use a card to exchange data with a digital device such as a digital camera, formatting the data using the digital Take hold of the end of the card and remove the card. device is recommended.
  • Page 44: Using The Product As A Monitor (Optional)

    Using the product as a monitor Chapter 2. (Optional) Using the computer The LCD screen of this product can be used as a monitor using the You can only use monitor mode by connecting the Digital Digital Video/Audio Input Port (HDMI-IN). Video/Audio Input Port (HDMI-IN).
  • Page 45: Connecting An External Digital Device

    Connecting an External Digital Device Chapter 2. Using the computer You can save a fi le stored on a device onto the computer by connecting a digital device such as a camera, camcorder or mobile phone to the computer and using the fi le management functions. Camera Camcorder Connecting and using a camera or camcorder...
  • Page 46 Connecting an External Digital Device Chapter 2. Using the computer Double-click the corresponding drive. You can then save, move or delete data. The device name of the card drive may diff er depending on the model.
  • Page 47: Adjusting The Volume

    Adjusting the Volume Chapter 2. Using the computer You can adjust the volume using the keyboard and the volume Using the Sound Recorder control program. The procedures to record sound using the Windows Recorder are described below. Adjusting the Volume Connect a microphone to the microphone jack.
  • Page 48 Adjusting the Volume Chapter 2. Using the computer Using SoundAlive (Optional) Select the SoundAlive tab and select one of the modes. The SoundAlive function enables you to experience more stereophonic sound using stereo speakers. ► Basic Mode • SoundAlive is only supported in Windows 7. •...
  • Page 49: Using The Hdtv (Optional)

    Using the HDTV Chapter 2. (Optional) Using the computer You can watch and record TV programs on your computer using Confi guring the TV Windows Media Center. Confi gure it so that you can watch TV programs using the Media Since you can pause or replay a scene while watching TV, you can Center.
  • Page 50 Using the HDTV Chapter 2. (Optional) Using the computer Confi guring the TV in the Media Center Watching TV Click Start > Windows Media Center Select TV in the Media Center. Click Media Center > Express(At the initial setting) > Tasks >...
  • Page 51 Using the HDTV Chapter 2. (Optional) Using the computer Play through a fi le, make a recording or switch channels • You can only use the Timeshift function on one channel. while watching TV If you switch channels, you cannot view the program broadcast on the previous channel using the Timeshift Move the mouse, and select a function when the following control function.
  • Page 52 Using the HDTV Chapter 2. (Optional) Using the computer Playing a recorded program To stop recording or to confi gure the recording as a series recording, click the Record button again. Click Media Center > TV > Recorded TV. Making a recording or a reservation in the Guide Select a program and click Play or Resume.
  • Page 53: Using The Remote Control (Optional)

    Using the Remote Control Chapter 2. (Optional) Using the computer Using the Media Center remote control, you can use the Media Open the cover of the remote control at the bottom and insert the batteries according to the correct polarity (+,-). Center remotely.
  • Page 54 Using the Remote Control Chapter 2. (Optional) Using the computer remote control button, press the F2 key when the booting logo appears to enter the BIOS, To turn the product on by pressing the select Advanced > Advanced Environment Control and set the Remote Controller Boot to Enabled. Start Sleep Mode Exits Sleep Mode/ Turning on the System...
  • Page 55: Wired Network

    Wired Network Chapter 2. Using the computer Select Local Area Connection and click the right button of A wired network is a network environment used for a company the touch pad and select Properties. network or broadband internet connection at home. Connect a LAN cable to the computer’s LAN port.
  • Page 56 Wired Network Chapter 2. Using the computer Select Internet Protocol Version 4(TCP/IPv4) from the list Confi gure the IP settings. of Network Components and click Properties. When using DHCP, select Obtain an IP address automatically. To use a static IP address, select Use the following IP address, and set the IP address manually.
  • Page 57 Wired Network Chapter 2. Using the computer Using the WOL (Wake On LAN) function - <Wake On LAN> feature may not work while using Hybrid power saving feature. <Wake On LAN> is a function that activates the system from Sleep Hybrid sleep mode can be disabled from Power Options mode when a signal (such as a ping or magic packet command) under Control Panel.
  • Page 58: Wireless Network

    Wireless Network Chapter 2. Using the computer A wireless network (Wireless LAN) environment is a network Connecting to a Wireless LAN environment that enables communicating between multiple If there is an AP, you can connect to the Internet via the AP using computers at home or a small-size offi ce through wireless LAN the Wireless LAN connection method provided by Windows.
  • Page 59 Wireless Network Chapter 2. Using the computer Click Connect. Normal Wireless Network Status If a network key is set for the AP, enter the network key and then click Connect. If the wireless LAN icon is displayed in the system tray of the Taskbar, it indicates that the computer is connected to the Internet properly (see below).
  • Page 60 Wireless Network Chapter 2. Using the computer When APs are found but your computer is not Abnormal Wireless Network Status connected to the Internet When you are not connected to the Internet This is the case when an AP with a weak signal has been set to a high priority.
  • Page 61 Chapter 3. Settings and Upgrade LCD Brightness Control Easy Settings (Optional) BIOS Setup Setting a Boot Password Changing the Boot Priority Using the Security Slot...
  • Page 62: Chapter 3. Settings And Upgrade

    Adjusting the Volume using the touch button Using the Easy Settings (for corresponding models only) (for corresponding models only) Click Start > All Programs > Samsung > Easy Settings. touch button and select the Picture menu to Press the con gure the settings.
  • Page 63: Easy Settings (Optional)

    You can confi gure the Power Plan (High Power Performance, Power Saver, Balanced), the Click Start > All Programs > Samsung> Easy Settings. Management power-saving settings and the display settings. Wireless You can confi gure whether to use the Wi-Fi and Select an item to confi gure the corresponding function.
  • Page 64: Bios Setup

    • Use the BIOS setup to defi ne a boot password, change the booting priority, or add a new device. When the booting screen (SAMSUNG logo) appears, press the • Since incorrect settings may cause your system to F2 key to enter the BIOS Setup.
  • Page 65 BIOS Setup Chapter 3. Settings and Upgrade The BIOS Setup Screen The BIOS Setup menus and items may diff er depending on your computer model. Setup Menu Description BIOS Setup Setup Menu This is a description about the basic Item Specific Help Help BIOS Version Oxxx...
  • Page 66 BIOS Setup Chapter 3. Settings and Upgrade System Setup Keys In the Setup, you have to use the keyboard. Press to view the Setup Help. Up & Down Press to move up and down. Keys F5/F6 Press to change the item value. Press to load the default Setup settings.
  • Page 67: Setting A Boot Password

    Setting a Boot Password Chapter 3. Settings and Upgrade Select the Security menu in the BIOS Setup. If you set a password, you have to enter the password when you turn the computer on or enter the BIOS Setup. By confi guring a password, you can restrict system access to In the Set Supervisor Password item, press <Enter>.
  • Page 68 Setting a Boot Password Chapter 3. Settings and Upgrade Setting a User Password Setting up a Hard Disk Drive Password (Optional) Using the User Password, you can turn the computer on but you If you set a password for a hard disk drive, it cannot be accessed cannot change the major settings of the BIOS Setup because you from another computer.
  • Page 69 Setting a Boot Password Chapter 3. Settings and Upgrade Deactivating the Password Press <Enter> on the password to be deactivated. For example, to deactivate a supervisor password in the Set Supervisor Password item, press <Enter>. In the Enter Current Password item, enter the currently confi gured password and press <Enter>.
  • Page 70: Changing The Boot Priority

    Changing the Boot Priority Chapter 3. Settings and Upgrade Press the down key (↓) to move to the ATA HDD item and By default, the highest boot priority device is set to the CD-ROM/ press the F6 key to move up to the top item. DVD drive.
  • Page 71: Using The Security Slot

    Using the Security Slot Chapter 3. Settings and Upgrade You can secure the computer by connecting a lock and cable to the Security Slot. To use this feature, you have to purchase the lock and cable additionally. To use the lock and cable, refer to the product manual. Tie the lock and cable to a fixed object and install the other end of the cable to the security slot.
  • Page 72: Chapter 4. Backup/Restore

    Chapter 4. Backup/Restore Samsung Recovery Solution (Optional)
  • Page 73: Samsung Recovery Solution (Optional)

    Samsung Recovery Solution Chapter 4. (Optional) Backup/Restore Samsung Recovery Solution is a program that enables restoring Samsung Recovery Solution Functions or backing up the hard disk drive for when a problem occurs with the computer. Backup/Restore Functions If the computer fails to boot up, you can restore the computer by pressing the F4 key in the booting screen.
  • Page 74 Restore Function the slide bar and the click Next. Not only can you use Samsung Recovery Solution when Windows The Partition Setup function is only available when the is running, but also when you are unable to boot up into Windows.
  • Page 75 Turn the computer on and press the F4 key when the boot screen (SAMSUNG logo) appears. After a moment, the computer boots up in Restoration mode and the Samsung If you click Select by Symptom, the Select by Symptom Recovery Solution screen appears.
  • Page 76 Samsung Recovery Solution Chapter 4. (Optional) Backup/Restore Select either Basic Restore or Complete Restore from the In the Advanced menu, you can change the size of the hard Restore menu. drive partitions (e.g. C: and D:). To restore the computer to the initial state, click Computer •...
  • Page 77 15 GB of free space is required. When the option selection item appears, select an option and click Next. Click Backup in the start screen of the Samsung Recovery Solution. The LiveImaging and System Software Backup functions are supported as options for the Complete Backup operation.
  • Page 78 If the LiveImaging option has been selected, the computer is not restarted. • Samsung Recovery Solution supports the DVD+R, DVD-R, DVD+RW and DVD-RW formats. • If the LiveImaging option has been selected, the Complete Backup operation begins without the computer being restarted.
  • Page 79 Connect the removable storage device. – When backing up to another drive Proceed to Step 2. When the Samsung Recovery Solution start screen appears, click Restore and then click Complete Restore. The restoration progress message appears after the computer boots up in restoration mode. If you click OK, the restoration begins.
  • Page 80 Data Backup when data is lost. This guide describes the Backup and Restore procedures on the basis of backing up and restoring by using DVD. Data Backup When the Samsung Recovery Solution start screen appears, Select Drive D. Select the DVD drive. click Backup and then click Data Backup.
  • Page 81 Samsung Recovery Solution Chapter 4. (Optional) Backup/Restore Data Restore – When backing up onto DVD Turn the computer on and insert the backup DVD into the DVD drive. – When backing up to a removable storage device Connect the removable storage device.
  • Page 82 System Software Programs or back up > System Software Installation. those programs. The system software function is supported by Samsung Recovery Solution version 4 or later. Therefore, the function may not be supported depending on the version.
  • Page 83 If you want to install the System Software Programs backed up on the drive, run the SecSWMgrGuide.exe fi le in the SystemSoftware folder. • To delete Samsung Recovery Solution, refer to the Help section of the program. Select Drive D.
  • Page 84 5~20GB of the HDD to save the recovery image, and that hidden area is not counted towards the total size available to Windows. The size of Samsung Recovery Solution varies by models because of the different size of applied programs.
  • Page 85 Chapter 5. Appendix Important Safety Information Replacement Parts and Accessories Regulatory Compliance Statements WEEE Symbol Information Product Specifi cations Glossary Index...
  • Page 86: Important Safety Information

    Important Safety Information Chapter 5. Appendix • If your computer has a voltage selector switch, make sure that Safety Instructions the switch is in the proper position for your area. Your system is designed and tested to meet the latest standards •...
  • Page 87 Important Safety Information Chapter 5. Appendix Care During Use The Instruction On Safety Operation of NotePC • Do not walk on the power cord or allow anything to rest on it. 1. When installing and operating devices please refer to safety requirements in the user guide.
  • Page 88: Replacement Parts And Accessories

    • Class 1M laser radiation when operating part is open. Contact the Samsung Helpline for information on how to dispose Do not view directly with optical instruments. of batteries that you cannot use or recharge any longer.
  • Page 89 Replacement Parts and Accessories Chapter 5. Appendix General Requirements Connecting and Disconnecting the AC adapter The requirements listed below are applicable to all countries: The socket-outlet should be installed near the equipment and should be easily accessible. • All power cord sets must be approved by an acceptable Do not unplug the power cord by only pulling the cable.
  • Page 90: Regulatory Compliance Statements

    Regulatory Compliance Statements Chapter 5. Appendix As a general guideline, a separation of 20 cm (8 inches) between Wireless Guidance the wireless device and the body, for use of a wireless device near the body (this does not include extremities) is typical. This device (If fitted with 2.4G band or 5G band) should be used more than 20 cm (8 inches) from the body when Low power, Radio LAN type devices (radio frequency (RF) wireless...
  • Page 91 Regulatory Compliance Statements Chapter 5. Appendix United States of America • Every country has different restrictions on the use of wireless devices. Since your system is equipped with a wireless device, when traveling between countries USA and Canada Safety Requirements and Notices with your system, check with the local Radio Approval authorities prior to any move or trip for any restrictions on Do not touch or move antenna while the unit is transmitting or...
  • Page 92 Regulatory Compliance Statements Chapter 5. Appendix Unintentional Emitter per FCC Part 15 Use On Aircraft Caution This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is Regulations of the FCC and FAA prohibit airborne operation of radio-frequency wireless devices because their signals subject to the following two conditions:(1) this device may not could interfere with critical aircraft instruments.
  • Page 93 Regulatory Compliance Statements Chapter 5. Appendix Intentional emitter per FCC Part 15 If necessary, the user should consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for additional suggestions. The user (If fitted with 2.4G band or 5G band) may find the following booklet helpful: “Something About Interference.”...
  • Page 94 Regulatory Compliance Statements Chapter 5. Appendix FCC Part 68 (If fitted with a modem device.) Operation of this device is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This equipment Complies with part of the FCC rules. On the this device must accept any interference received, including back of this equipment is a label that contains, among other interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
  • Page 95 Regulatory Compliance Statements Chapter 5. Appendix The telephone company may make changes in its facilities, In order to program this information into your fax machine, refer equipment, operations, or procedures that could affect the to your communications software user manual. operation of the equipment.
  • Page 96 Regulatory Compliance Statements Chapter 5. Appendix Intentional Emitter per RSS 210 (If fitted with 2.4G band or 5G band) Low power, Radio LAN type devices (radio frequency (RF) wireless This device complies with RSS 210 of Industry Canada. Operation communication devices), operating in the 2.4GHz/5GHz Band, may is subject to the following two onditions: (1) this device may be present (embedded) in your notebook system.
  • Page 97 Regulatory Compliance Statements Chapter 5. Appendix The power output of the wireless device (or devices), which may (Si l’appareil est équipé d’une bande 2,4 G ou 5 G) be embedded in your notebook, is well below the RF exposure Des dispositifs de basse puissance, de type radio LAN limits as set by Industry Canada.
  • Page 98 Regulatory Compliance Statements Chapter 5. Appendix Telecommunications per DOC notice La sortie de puissance du dispositif sans fil (ou des dispositifs) qui peut être intégré dans votre système est bien inférieure aux limites (for products fitted with an IC-compliant modem) d’exposition de RF établies par Industrie Canada.
  • Page 99 Regulatory Compliance Statements Chapter 5. Appendix European Union To avoid electrical shock or equipment malfunction do not attempt to make electrical ground connections by yourself. Contact the appropriate inspection authority or an electrician, European Union CE Marking and Compliance Notices as appropriate.
  • Page 100 The low band 5.15 - 5.35 GHz is for indoor use only. Tel: +86-512-6253-8988 For the web or the phone number of Samsung Service Centre, see See 802.11b and 802.11g restrictions for specific countries the Warranty or contact the retailer where you purchased your or regions within countries under the heading “European...
  • Page 101 Notebook PC in Übereinstimmung mit den dalla direttiva 1999/5/CE. Deutsch grundlegenden Anforderungen und den [German] Ar šo Samsung deklarē, ka Notebook PC atbilst übrigen einschlägigen Bestimmungen der Latviski Direktīvas 1999/5/EK būtiskajām prasībām un Richtlinie 1999/5/EG befi ndet. [Latvian] citiem ar to saistītajiem noteikumiem.
  • Page 102 Regulatory Compliance Statements Chapter 5. Appendix Alulírott, Samsung nyilatkozom, hogy a Hér með lýsir Samsung yfi r því að Notebook PC Íslenska Magyar Notebook PC megfelel a vonatkozó alapvetõ er í samræmi við grunnkröfur og aðrar kröfur, [Icelandic] [Hungarian] követelményeknek és az 1999/5/EC irányelv sem gerðar eru í...
  • Page 103 Regulatory Compliance Statements Chapter 5. Appendix European Economic Area Restrictions The European variant is intended for use throughout the European Economic Area. However, authorization for use is further restricted Local Restriction of 802.11b/802.11g Radio Usage in particular countries or regions within countries, as follows: [Note to integrator: The following statements on local restrictions General must be published in all end-user documentation provided with...
  • Page 104 Regulatory Compliance Statements Chapter 5. Appendix France Although this equipment can use either loop disconnect For Metropolitan departments: (pulse) or DTMF (tone) signaling, only the performance of the DTMF signaling is subject to regulatory requirements for 2.400 - 2.4835 GHz for indoor use. correct operation.
  • Page 105: Weee Symbol Information

    “Perchlorate Material- special handling may apply, See www.dtsc. ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate.” Contains Mercury, Dispose According to Local, State or Federal Laws. For details see lamprecycle.org, eise.org, or call 1-800-Samsung. Dispose unwanted electronics through an approved recycler. To find the nearest recycling location, go to our website:www.
  • Page 106: Product Specifications

    Intel Pentium DualCore Processor CPU (Optional) • The hard disk drive capacity of a computer in which Intel Core i3/i5 Processor Samsung Recovery Solution is installed, is represented as smaller than the product specification. Main Memory DDR3 SODIMM • For the replacement or upgrade of the memory for this product, please ask for assistance from your service center.
  • Page 107 Registered Trademarks ENERGY STAR® Partner As an ENERGY STAR® Partner, SAMSUNG has Samsung is a registered trademark of Samsung Co., Ltd. determined that this product meets the ENERGY STAR® Intel, Core™ i5/i3 are registered trademarks of the Intel guidelines for energy efficiency.
  • Page 108: Glossary

    Glossary Chapter 5. Appendix The Glossary lists the terminologies used in this User Guide. For terminologies other than these, look in Windows Help. Backup DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) A way to save the current data to restore it later if necessary. This refers to automatically allocating IP addresses to the users on A backup is a way to restore computer data when the data or the network by the network administrators.
  • Page 109 Glossary Chapter 5. Appendix DVD (Digital Versatile Disk) LAN (Local Area Network) DVD was developed to replace CD (compact disk). Although the A communications network connecting computers, printers and shape and size of the disc are the same as that of a CD, the capacity other devices within a local area such as within a building.
  • Page 110 Glossary Chapter 5. Appendix Network Administrator Quick Launch A user who plans, configures and manages network operations. This refers to a toolbar that can be configured so that you can Sometimes, a network administrator is called a system launch a program such as Internet Explorer or display the Windows administrator.
  • Page 111 Glossary Chapter 5. Appendix System File System Files refer to files that are read and used by the Windows operating system. In general, system files must not be deleted or moved. TCP/IPv4 This is a 4 byte (32 bit) address system separated into each byte (8 bits) by a dot and each byte is represented as a decimal number.
  • Page 112: Index

    Chapter 5. Appendix Overview Volume Control BIOS Setup Password Wired Network Booting Priority Product Specifications Wireless Network CD Drive Recorder Click Safety Precautions Double-Click Samsung Recovery Solution Drag Scroll Supervisor Password LCD Brightness Touch button Multi Card Slot User Password...