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Read Me First ......................................................
Key Combinations ..............................................
LED Indicators ....................................................
Tablet Buttons .....................................................
Software Keyboard ..........................................
Panasonic Hand Writing..................................
Display Rotation ..............................................
Standby/Hibernation Functions .....................
Security Measures ...........................................
Computing on the Road ..................................
Battery Power ..................................................
PC Cards ..........................................................
RAM Module .....................................................
Port Replicator .................................................
External Display ..............................................
USB Devices ....................................................
Modem ..............................................................
LAN ...................................................................
Wireless LAN ...................................................
Hard Disk Drive................................................
Setup Utility .....................................................
Technical Information .....................................
DMI Viewer .......................................................
List of Error Codes ..........................................
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  Summary of Contents for Panasonic CF-18 Series

  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Tablet Buttons ............. Touch Pad .......... (Advanced) Touchscreen ........(Advanced) Software Keyboard .......... Panasonic Hand Writing........Display Rotation ..........Standby/Hibernation Functions ..... Security Measures ........... Computing on the Road ........Battery Power ..........PC Cards ............RAM Module ............. Port Replicator ..........
  • Page 2: Read Me First

    Read Me First If the user has logged on without the administrator authority, some functions may not be executable, and some screens may be not displayed as shown in this manual. If this happens, log on with administrator authority to enable these functions.
  • Page 3: Key Combinations

    Key Combinations CAUTION Do not press the following key combinations while using the touch pad (mouse), the touchscreen or other keys. NOTE Do not press the following key combinations until you log on to Windows and the hard disk drive indicator turns off. Note, however, that the key combinations Fn + F1 , Fn + F2 and Fn + F3 are operable in the Setup Utility.
  • Page 4 Key Combinations Functions Function Descriptions Popup Window (Displayed after log- ging on to Windows) Power off using Pressing this key combination causes the current status of Fn + F7 t h e s t a n d b y the computer to be saved to memory, and powers off the function computer.
  • Page 5 Run the Hotkey Settings. Windows 2000 Select [Start]-[Programs]-[Panasonic]-[Hotkey Settings]. Windows XP Select [Start]-[All Programs]-[Panasonic]-[Hotkey Settings]. Set the parameters. Add the check mark if you want to enable the Fn key lock function. The following Fn key lock function will then be enabled.
  • Page 6: Led Indicators

    Quickly save your data and power off your computer. Remove the battery pack and disconnect the AC adaptor, then connect them again. If the problem persists, contact Panasonic Techni- cal Support. Blinking orange* : Battery cannot be recharged temporarily because...
  • Page 7: Tablet Buttons

    Tablet Buttons When the Windows screen is displayed, you can use the tablet buttons to perform the following operations. Button Functions Function Descriptions LCD brightness con- Pressing these buttons adjust the brightness of LCD. ( page trol ( down / Input Panel Pressing this button starts up the software keyboard.
  • Page 8: Touch Pad (Advanced)

    Touch Pad (Advanced) Work Surface Use the touch pad to move the cursor on the display and perform normal computer operations. The touch pad has the following two modes of operation. Microsoft ® IntelliMouse Wheel Mode Original Mode (Setting at the time of purchase) Wheel mode operations (almost identical Only scroll operation is possible for appli- ®...
  • Page 9: Touch Pad (Advanced)

    Touch Pad (Advanced) ® Indicates an operation applicable to the Microsoft IntelliMouse Wheel mode. Wheel Indicates an operation applicable to the original mode. Original Function Touch Pad Operation Moving the Cursor Wheel Move the tip of your finger lightly Original over the surface.
  • Page 10 Touch Pad (Advanced) Function Touch Pad Operation Wheel Zoom* Magnify Ctrl + Magnify/reduce the display of a document. Reduce (rotate the wheel while holding down Ctrl ) Wheel Data Zoom* Shift + Display or hide a document, or perform operations to return to or proceed with Internet Ex- plorer.
  • Page 11 Touch Pad (Advanced) When you want to use an external mouse through the external keyboard/mouse port of the port replicator When an external mouse or trackball with additional functions (e.g., wheel function) is connected, a part or all of the additional functions may fail to operate. To use these additional functions, perform the operation below.
  • Page 12 Touch Pad (Advanced) When you want to re-enable the touch pad and touchscreen Windows 2000 Uninstall the driver or application software of an external mouse or trackball device. (Refer to the operating instructions of the external device on how to uninstall the driver.) If the explanation of uninstalling the driver or application software can not be found in the operating instructions for the external device, execute the following steps.
  • Page 13 Touch Pad (Advanced) Windows XP Uninstall the driver or application software of an external mouse or trackball de- vice. (Refer to the operating instructions of the external device on how to uninstall the driver.) If the explanation of uninstalling the driver or application software can not be found in the operating instructions for the external device, execute the following steps.
  • Page 14 Touch Pad (Advanced) Handling the Touch Pad If a key combination such as Fn + F5 is used while the pad is being touched, the function of the key combination may not work. In addition, it is possible that control of the cursor will be lost and the cursor will not show proper movements. In such cases, the computer has to be restarted by using the keyboard (e.g., The touch pad is designed to be used with a fingertip only.
  • Page 15: Touchscreen (Advanced)

    Touchscreen (Advanced) Your computer is equipped with a touchscreen function allowing you to perform the same operations as the touch pad or mouse by touching the surface of the display with the stylus (included). (The following explanation gives one example (for the default settings). The operation settings can be changed.
  • Page 16 Touchscreen (Advanced) Configuring the Touchscreen When needed, the touchscreen can be configured using the following steps. Windows 2000 Select from the taskbar and then select [TouchScreen] or select [TouchScreen] in [Start] - [Settings] - [Control Panel] - [Mouse]. Windows XP Select from the taskbar and then select [TouchScreen] or select [TouchScreen] in [Start] - [Control Panel] - [Printers and...
  • Page 17 Touchscreen (Advanced) Handling the Touchscreen Use the stylus included with the computer. Do not use an implement other than the stylus that comes with the computer. Do not place any object on the surface or press down forcefully with sharp-pointed objects (e.g., nails), or hard objects that can leave marks (e.g., pencils and ball point pens).
  • Page 18: Software Keyboard

    Software Keyboard The software keyboard enables you to perform the same operations as the internal keyboard by touching the screen with the stylus (included). Using the Software Keyboard Press the input panel button The software keyboard shown below will appear. The system menu is displayed.
  • Page 19 Select [Start] - [Programs] - [Panasonic] - [Software Keyboard]. Windows XP Select [Start] - [All Programs] - [Panasonic] - [Software Keyboard]. If you want to press shor tcut key, after pressing one key (the key turns blue), press the second key in a continuous manner. For example, if you want to type Ctrl + C , after pressing Ctrl , Press C .
  • Page 20 Software Keyboard Changing the Settings You can change the keyboard size, switch the keyboard to the numeric keypad, or change other settings using the system menu. Select (on the top left corner of the software keyboard). Add a check mark to the function you want to use. The software keyboard moves automatically so as not to hide the window currently selected.
  • Page 21: Panasonic Hand Writing

    The size of a bitmap image to be saved or pasted to another application can be changed with [Option] - [Window size]. Changing the number of colors of the display may affect the Panasonic Hand Writing screen. If the screen is affected, right-click...
  • Page 22 Positions on the work surface of the touch pad have corresponding positions in the Panasonic Hand Writing window. For example, a character or figure made in the top-left part of the work surface of the touch pad will be displayed in the top- left par t of the Panasonic Hand Writing window.
  • Page 23: Display Rotation

    Display Rotation After windows is started up, you can rotate the display and perform the touch pad and touchscreen operations in the rotated mode. Rotating the Display Press the rotation button Each time this button is pressed, the screen display rotates counter-clockwise by 90º.
  • Page 24 Display Rotation Changing the Settings By using the Display Rotation Tool, you can change the settings of the display rotation. Right-click on the taskbar, and then select [Setting]. Change the settings. The display rotates to the angles with checkmarks in the order that they are shown. Remove the checkmark from any angle positions (except for [0 degrees]) that will not be used.
  • Page 25 Windows 2000 Select [Start] - [Programs] - [Panasonic] - [Display Rotation Tool]. Windows XP Select [Start] - [All Programs] - [Panasonic] - [Display Rotation Tool]. NOTE While the display is rotated: • Do not use the Extended Desktop. (The touch pad or the touchscreen may fail to operate properly.)
  • Page 26: Standby/Hibernation Functions

    Standby/Hibernation Functions Starting Up Your Computer Quickly If you use the standby or hibernation function, you can shut down the computer without closing programs and documents. Upon restarting your computer from either the standby or hibernation mode, you can immediately continue working in all programs, or documents that were open at the time the computer was placed into standby or hibernation mode.
  • Page 27 Standby/Hibernation Functions Precautions Before entering the standby or hibernation mode Save all data. When a file in an external device such as a CD drive, external hard disk, or ATA card is opened, close the file. Even when a password has been set in the Setup Utility, [Enter Password] does not appear when the computer resumes from the standby or hibernation mode.
  • Page 28: Using The Power Switch

    Standby/Hibernation Functions Using the Power Switch Setting Windows 2000 Select [Start] - [Settings] - [Control Panel] - [Power Options] - [Advanced]. Select [Standby] or [Hibernate] for [When I press the power button on my com- puter] and then select [OK]. Windows XP Select [Start] - [Control Panel] - [Performance and Maintenance] - [Power Op- tions] - [Advanced].
  • Page 29: Resuming Operation

    Standby/Hibernation Functions Resuming Operation Slide the power switch. When [Standby]* or [Hibernate] is selected as the setting for [When I close the lid of my portable computer] in [Control Panel]* - [Power Options] - [Advanced], the computer will enter either the standby or hibernation mode when the display is closed. Operation will resume when the display is opened.
  • Page 30: Security Measures

    Security Measures To prevent unauthorized access of your computer, the various security measures are provided below. Situation Function to use Reference You do not want your computer to be used without permission Supervisor Password below User Password You do not want the data on the hard disk to be read, or data to Hard Disk Lock page 33 be written to the hard disk, in cases including theft.
  • Page 31 CAUTION Do not forget your password. If your Supervisor Password is forgotten you will be unable to use your computer. Contact Panasonic Technical Support. When running the Setup Utility, do not leave your computer even for a short time, as the possibility exists for the password to be set/changed by another person.
  • Page 32 CAUTION Do not forget your password. If a password is forgotten, you will be unable to use your computer. Contact Panasonic Technical Support. When running the Setup Utility, do not leave your computer even for a short time, as the possibility exists for the password to be set/changed by another person.
  • Page 33 Press F10 and select [Yes], then press Enter . CAUTION To change your hard disk drive To change your hard disk drive, contact Panasonic Technical Support. Before changing the hard disk, be sure to set the [Hard Disk Lock] to [Dis- able].
  • Page 34: Computing On The Road

    Windows 2000 Select [Important Tips] in [Start] - [Programs] - [Panasonic] - [On-Line Manuals]. Windows XP Select [Important Tips] in [Start] - [All Programs] - [Panasonic] - [On-Line Manuals]. Four Important Points POINT Be sure to charge your battery before use.
  • Page 35 Computing on the Road Setting the Intel(R) SpeedStep (TM) technology Windows 2000 ® By using the Intel SpeedStep™ technology applet, you can set the computer's perfor- mance to optimize power consumption. Starting up the Intel(R) SpeedStep (TM) technology Select on the taskbar. NOTE The icon differs depending on the current setting.
  • Page 36: Battery Power

    Quickly save your data and power off your computer. Remove the battery pack and disconnect the AC adaptor, then connect them again. If the problem persists, contact Panasonic Technical Sup- port. Blinking orange* Battery cannot be recharged temporarily because the inter- nal temperature of the battery pack is outside of the accept- able temperature range for recharging.
  • Page 37 Battery Power Checking the Remaining Battery Power Press Fn + F9 to Check the Remaining Battery Power on the Screen (After logging on to Windows) When the battery pack is inserted in Fn + F9 the computer (example) When the battery pack is not in- serted in the computer NOTE In the following cases, there may be a difference between the remaining bat-...
  • Page 38 Battery Power About High Temperature Mode This computer has a high temperature mode function that prevents the degradation of the battery in high temperature environments. To use the high temperature mode function, set [Environment] in the [Main] menu of the Setup Utility to [Auto]* or [High Temperature].
  • Page 39 Battery Power Set alarm operations and remaining battery level for operating alarm func- tions. When disabling the speaker by pressing Fn + F4 , the sound alarm is also disabled. Set the value for [Critical battery When making a setting for [When alarm] to 5% or more.
  • Page 40: Replacing The Battery Pack

    Battery Power Replacing the Battery Pack When the charge provided by your battery pack is supplied for only a short period of time, even after fully charging according to the instructions, it may be time to replace your battery pack. The battery pack is a consumable item and therefore will require replacement (CF-VZSU30).
  • Page 41 Battery Power Insert the battery pack. Slide the battery pack inward until it is firmly in place. Close the cover, then lock it by sliding the latch to the left. CAUTION Do not touch the terminals on the battery pack and the computer. The battery pack may no longer function properly if the contacts are dirty or damaged.
  • Page 42: Pc Cards

    PC Cards Your computer has two PC Card slots. These slots conform to the PC Card Standard; therefore, communications or SCSI devices, etc., may be utilized. The slots allow you to use two Type I or Type II cards (or one Type I and one Type II), or one Type III card. Type I or II Type III Two cards can be used simultaneously.
  • Page 43: Inserting A Pc Card

    PC Cards Inserting/Removing the PC Card Inserting a PC Card Latch Unlock the cover by sliding the latch to the right. Slide the latch down, and then without releasing it, open the cover as illustrated. Cover Simply slide the PC Card in until it snaps into place. Refer to the operating instructions of each card on how to insert the card (insertion is typically label- side up) CAUTION...
  • Page 44: Removing A Pc Card

    PC Cards Removing a PC Card CAUTION Do not remove a PC Card while your computer is in the standby or hibernation mode. When two PC Cards are inserted, perform the following procedure (from Step to Step ) for each of the two cards. Note that the operation of removing the PC Card may not be complete, de- pending on the status of the PC Card or device connected to the PC Card, such as when a SCSI card is used to connect an external hard disk to the...
  • Page 45: Ram Module

    RAM Module Inserting additional RAM modules and increasing memory will enable you to run Windows and application software more easily, and to increase overall operating efficiency. Use a RAM module meeting the RAM module specifications below. If a module is used that does not meet the specifications, there are cases in which data may become unusable or the computer may not operate properly.
  • Page 46 RAM Module Put the cover back into place. Insert the cover diagonally, then fit it in place. Fasten four screws. CAUTION Be sure the cables of the speaker do not caught when closing the cover. Insert the battery pack. page NOTE Whether the RAM module is properly recognized or not can be confirmed in [Information] of the Setup Utility (...
  • Page 47: Port Replicator

    Port Replicator The expansion bus connector can be used to connect a port replicator (optional, consult with Panasonic Technical Support). This device eliminates the hassles of having you Expansion Bus Connector connect/disconnect the various cables when carrying your computer around and allows a variety of peripherals to be connected including a headphone or microphone, etc.
  • Page 48: External Display

    External Display Power off your computer. “Starting Up/Shutting Down”) Do not shut down using the standby or hibernation function. Connect the external display to the external display port. Turn on the external display, then turn on your computer. After Windows starts up, the screen is displayed on the display destination set in the following menu.
  • Page 49 External Display About [Intel(R) Extreme Graphics] The selection of the display destination, adjustment of the brightness and contrast, and setting of the hotkey to change the display destination can be done in the following menu. Windows 2000 [Start] - [Settings] - [Control Panel] - [Intel(R) Extreme Graphics] - [Devices] Windows XP [Start] - [Control Panel] - [Other Control Panel Options] - [Intel(R) Extreme Graphics] - [Devices]...
  • Page 50 External Display CAUTION When the application running is not shown on the display, refer to the following items. Under the condition the application is in the external display, or after the applica- tion is closed in the external display, there are cases the application will not be shown in the display when executed the next time if the position of the extended display is changed or the Extended Desktop is closed.
  • Page 51: Usb Devices

    USB connector of either the computer or a port replicator. Before star ting up Windows, however, only the USB connector of the computer can be used. If a USB floppy disk drive other than the Panasonic CF-VFDU03 USB floppy disk drive is used, operations such as reinstallation cannot be performed because the floppy disk drive will be unable to be used as a boot drive.
  • Page 52: Removing Usb Devices

    USB Devices Removing USB devices CAUTION Do not remove a USB device while your computer is in the standby or hiber- nation mode. Save important data and close each application. Windows 2000 Select on the taskbar and select the USB device, then se- lect [Stop].
  • Page 53: Modem

    Modem Connecting the Internal Modem with a Telephone Jack CAUTION Do not use the PBX internal phone lines installed in company offices. Doing so may lead to a fire or electric shock. It is not possible to connect the modem to any of the following lines. •...
  • Page 54 Modem Ring Resume Function With this function, if the telephone that is connected to the modem rings in the standby mode, the power of the computer automatically switches on. This function is convenient when using automatic information receiving applications such as a FAX application. When using this function, it is necessary to run a software application able to maintain the condition to receive telephone calls and to return the computer to the original condi- tion after a call.
  • Page 55: Lan

    When using the computer as a network computer, some additional settings may have to be made depending on the usage conditions. We recommend asking your system ad- ministrator or the person in charge of the network. Connecting LAN Power off your computer. “Starting Up/Shutting Down”) Do not shut down using the standby or hibernation function.
  • Page 56 Wake up from LAN This is a function of the internal LAN to automatically power the computer on from a network server when the computer is in the standby or hibernation mode. To use this function, it is necessary to have a network environment that accommodates Wake up from LAN.
  • Page 57: Wireless Lan

    Wireless LAN If you use a wireless LAN, you can use a network without cable connections. CAUTION Wireless LAN Antenna Communication is performed through the wireless LAN antenna. Do not block the antenna area with your hand or otherwise interfere with the passage of the radio signals.
  • Page 58: The Settings

    Wireless LAN To prevent theft of data or unauthorized access to the hard disk via a wireless LAN If you plan to use wireless LAN functions, we recommend that you do so only after making the appropriate security settings, such as for data encryption. We recommend turning the wireless LAN off when it is not used page...
  • Page 59 Wireless LAN NOTE About WLAN Security Client WLAN Security Client is an implementation of the client side of the IEEE 802.1X-Port Based Network Access Control protocol. 802.1X access control provides improved security for both wired and wireless networks. • When is displayed on the taskbar, the WLAN Security Client is running.
  • Page 60 Wireless LAN Check the Communication Status Windows 2000 Select [Start] - [Programs] - [Intel Network Adapters] - [Intel(R) PROSet] to open the Intel PROSet. Windows XP Select [Start] - [All Programs] - [Intel Network Adapters] - [Intel(R) PROSet] to open the Intel PROSet.
  • Page 61: Hard Disk Drive

    Hard Disk Drive To change your hard disk drive, contact Panasonic Technical Support Inserting/Removing the Hard Disk Drive CAUTION Be sure to back up all impor tant data before changing the hard disk drive. You can erase the data before changing the hard disk drive.
  • Page 62 Hard Disk Drive Inserting the hard disk drive Slide the hard disk drive inward until it is firmly in place. CAUTION Be sure to insert the hard disk drive as illustrated. Close the cover, then lock it by sliding the latch to the left. CAUTION Confirm that the latch lock is correctly in place.
  • Page 63: Setup Utility

    Setup Utility Running the Setup Utility Turn on or restart the computer. Press F2 while [Panasonic] screen is displayed soon after the computer begins the startup procedure. If [Enter Password] is displayed, enter your password. When a User Password is entered, some contents cannot be changed. (...
  • Page 64: Information Menu

    Setup Utility Information Menu Language: [English] Model No.: xxxx Serial No.: xxxx CPU Type: xxxxxxxx CPU Speed: xxx MHz BIOS: Vx.xxLxxx Embedded Controller: Vx.xxLxx System Memory: xxx MB Primary Master: xx GB Parameters : Default) * Select the language for displaying the Setup Util- Language* English ity.
  • Page 65: Advanced Menu

    Setup Utility Advanced Menu Serial Port A : [Auto] Serial Port B : [Auto] Modem: [Enable] LAN: [Enable] Boot up from LAN: [Enable] Wireless LAN: [Enable] Legacy USB Support: [Enable] Parameters : Default) Serial Port A Disable Enable Auto I/O IRQ* 3F8/IRQ4 2F8/IRQ3 3E8/IRQ7...
  • Page 66: Security Menu

    Setup Utility Security Menu Password on boot: [Enable] Set Supervisor Password: [Enter] Setup Utility Prompt: [Enable] Boot First Menu: [Enable] Hard Disk Lock: [Disable] User Password Protection: [No Protection] Set User Password: [Enter] NOTE When the Setup Utility is started up with the User Password; The User Password can be changed only when [User Password Protection] has been set to [No Protection].
  • Page 67: Boot Menu

    The device for starting up the operating system can also be selected during computer start-up. After the computer is turned on, and Esc is pressed at [Panasonic] screen, [Boot Menu] (the device selection display) will appear. When the setting of the [Boot] menu is changed, the selection screen display will also change.
  • Page 68: Technical Information

    Technical Information Supported Display Resolutions Only the following resolutions are supported. Do not select other resolutions. 640 x 480 (Windows 2000 only), 800 x 600, 1024 x 768, 1280 x 1024 pixels Network Connections and Communications Software If the power saving function (standby or hibernation mode) activates while communica- tions software is being used, the network connection may be interrupted, or perfor- mance may be adversely affected.
  • Page 69: Dmi Viewer

    Select [DMI Viewer] from [Start] - [Programs] - [Panasonic]. Windows XP Select [DMI Viewer] from [Start] - [All Programs] - [Panasonic]. The screen shown below is displayed. When you select an item, detailed information on that item will be displayed.
  • Page 70: List Of Error Codes

    If your system displays any of the below error messages other that the ones marked with an asterisk (*), write down the message and contact Panasonic Technical Support. If your system fails after you make changes in the Setup menus, reset the computer, enter Setup and install Setup defaults or correct the error.
  • Page 71: Dealing With Problems (Advanced)

    (Advanced) When a problem occurs, refer to this page. If a problem appears to be related to a software application, read the software related manual. If you still cannot troubleshoot the problem, contact Panasonic Technical Support. Starting Up The power indicator or Check the cable connection for the AC adaptor.
  • Page 72 Select [Tools] - [Check Now]. Select [Start] after selecting required items in [Check disk options]. At startup, hold down F8 when [Panasonic] screen disappears, and release your finger when the Windows Advanced Option Menu is displayed. Start the computer in Safe Mode, and confirm the details of the error.
  • Page 73 Dealing with Problems (Advanced) Display (continued) The cursor cannot be If you are using an external mouse, ensure that the external mouse has been controlled properly connected correctly. Restart the computer by using the keyboard. (Press , and select [Restart] with , then press Enter .) Be sure to use the Display Rotation Tool to rotate the display.
  • Page 74 Quickly save your data and power off your computer. Remove the battery pack and disconnect the AC adaptor, then connect them again. If the problem persists, contact Panasonic Technical Support. The battery pack or recharging function may be defective. The orange indicator...
  • Page 75 Setup Utility [Enter Password] is dis- Enter the User Password or Supervisor Password. If you have forgotten it, contact played Panasonic Technical Support. [Advanced] and [Boot] Restart the Setup Utility with the Supervisor Password. menu can not be regis- tered Some items in [Security] Restart the Setup Utility with the Supervisor Password.
  • Page 76 Check to see if the hard disk is full. If it is full, delete unnecessary files. Your hard disk content may be corrupted. Contact Panasonic Technical Support. Cannot read/write to a Are you using the optional USB floppy disk drive (CF-VFDU03)?
  • Page 77 Confirm that a driver for your operating system has been installed. USB floppy disk drives Only the Panasonic CF-VFDU03 USB floppy disk drive can be used. do not work as a boot Do not connect the floppy disk drive to the USB connector of the port replicator for drive this computer.
  • Page 78 Dealing with Problems (Advanced) Connecting Peripherals (continued) The address map for IRQ, Windows 2000 I/O port address, etc. is Check the address map by going to [View] - [Resources by type] in [Control Panel] - unclear [System] - [Hardware] - [Device Manager]. Windows XP Check the address map by going to [View] - [Resources by type] in [Control Panel] - [Performance and Maintenance] - [System] - [Hardware] - [Device Manager].
  • Page 79 Intel, SpeedStep and PROSet are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Intel Corporation. ® ® Adobe and Acrobat are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries. Panasonic is a registered trademark of Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. PCE0118A_2K/XP...