10. MAINTENANCE SERVICES
• Microsoft® Windows®, device drivers, and commercially available application softwares
may not be able to be modified directly as a counter measure for a particular failure. Instead,
the Manufacturer may offer a work-around as a counter measure.
• If you add new commercially available hardware to the equipment without notice to the
Manufacturer, the equipment as a whole will lose eligibility for warranty.
• Some components used in the equipment (such as LSIs from Intel corporation) can not be
disassembled for failure analysis because the Manufacturer does not have the right to do so.
• The price of this equipment does not cover maintenance and support. When you order the
equipment, you must clarify the desired maintenance support level in the maintenance
contract and make the required payment for the maintenance fee defined by the maintenance
• The failure analysis support service for this equipment is supported only "memory dump
analysis" with fee.
11. Windows® SETTINGS
(1) APPLYING A HOTFIX AND OTHER UPDATES
• If you need to apply a hotfix, Windows Update, or the latest service pack, do it on your own
responsibility. You must thoroughly check the system operation and evaluate how the system
is affected by applying the hotfix, Windows Update, or service pack.
(2) CONFIGURING THE POWER OPTIONS
• Even if you configured the power to the display not to be turned off in the Power Options
(Never is specified for "Turn off the display"), the power plan can be temporarily switched to
High performance when the Windows Experience Index is automatically executed, and the
power to the display can be turned off.
In order to prevent the power to the display from being turned off, go through the following
steps 1 to 6 to disable automatic execution of the Windows Experience Index.