The mouse cable should also be regularly checked for wear and tear,
especially near table or shelf edges.
Transporting the computer
Use common sense when handling the computer. Hard disks in
particular can be damaged if the computer is dropped or handled
Do not transport the computer with either a floppy disk or a CD-
ROM left in the drives, as they may cause damage both to the
media and to the drive.
Do not attempt to pick up the computer using either of the drives
as a lifting point.
Do not try to move the computer while it is plugged into the AC
power supply or with any other cables, (network, printer etc.), still
attached and especially with the monitor on top.
If you need to transport the computer any great distance, use the
original packing materials.
The computer is correctly set up to operate with the AC supply in the
country in which it first sold. If you wish to use the computer in another
country it may not be suitable. Consult your supplier or an authorised
Inside the mouse there are three small rollers. Using a cotton
swab moistened with a solvent cleaner, gently wipe off any oil
or dust that has collected on the rollers, rotating them to reach
all of their surfaces.
Use clear water, or water with a mild detergent, to clean the
ball. Then dry it with a clean, soft cloth.
Put the ball back in its socket and replace the plastic cover. It
should click into place.
C l e a n i n g a n d T r a n s p o r t i n g