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  • Page 3 Fourth Edition, June 2013, WIN-63-0086-03 (out of print) Fifth Edition, April 2015, WIN-63-0086-04 All Rights Reserved, Copyright © 2011, 2015, Hitachi Industry & Control Solutions, Ltd. The contents of this publication may be revised without prior notice. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form or by any means without permission in writing from the publisher.
  • Page 4: Safety Summary

    SAFETY SUMMARY Before using this device, read the following safety precautions carefully to understand them. Follow the instructions and procedures in this manual during operation. Take particular care to adhere to safety-related precautions indicated on the device and in this manual. Failure to do so may result in personal harm or cause damage to the device.
  • Page 5 SAFETY SUMMARY (Continued) 1. GENERAL PRECAUTIONS Read the following safety precautions carefully to understand them. WARNING This device was not designed for use with systems with requirements directly connected to human safety. Contact our sales staff if such usage may occur. In the unlikely event that use of this device causes smoke or strange odors, turn it off, unplug it, and contact sales staff or maintenance personnel.
  • Page 6 SAFETY SUMMARY (Continued) CAUTION Always leave space in front of and in back of this device for air circulation openings and for maintenance operation. Failure to do so can lead to high temperatures, causing damage or decreasing lifespan. This device may cause personal injury if it falls or tips over. Make sure that this device is appropriately fastened when carrying it.
  • Page 7 SAFETY SUMMARY (Continued) 1.3 NOTICE This device cannot guarantee system safety by itself. To mitigate unlikely device malfunctions or faults due to failure or misuse, design your system by taking care to implement protective measures against personal injury or disaster, such as external protection and safety circuits. Use the basic software that we specify.
  • Page 8 SAFETY SUMMARY (Continued) 2. WARNINGS IN THIS MANUAL 2.1 “NOTICE” Indication This device may lose important files depending on the type of failure. Files may also be lost due to factors other than device failure, including misuse or power outages during use. In such cases, these files cannot be recovered. To protect against such situations, incorporate file saving into daily operation, and back up files regularly.
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  • Page 10 PREFACE This manual describes the OS setup procedures for Hitachi FA Computers HF-W2000 model 35/30, aimed at the following pre-installed operating systems. • Windows® XP Professional • Windows® 7 Professional <Manual organization> This manual consists of the following: CHAPTER 1 SETUP PROCEDURES FOR INITIAL POWER-ON...
  • Page 11 <Trademarks> • Microsoft®, Windows®, and Internet Explorer® are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. • Other company or product (software or hardware) names used in this manual other than those above are trademarks, registered trademarks, or products of their respective companies.
  • Page 12: Table Of Contents

    4.5 Precautions Regarding Security Enhancement Functionality ..........4-3 4.6 Entering the Search Location When Adding Components (for Windows® XP Only) ..4-16 4.7 HITACHI Directory (for Windows® XP Only) ..............4-16 4.8 Notes on the File Sharing for Windows® 7 ............... 4-17 APPENDIX A SETUP PROCEDURES FOR INSTALLING Windows XP Mode (FOR Windows®...
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  • Page 14: Chapter 1 Setup Procedures For Initial Power-On

    1. SETUP PROCEDURES FOR INITIAL POWER-ON CHAPTER 1 SETUP PROCEDURES FOR INITIAL POWER-ON This chapter explains the following setup procedures. • Setup procedures for initial power-on after HF-W purchase. Pre-installed OS Description Windows® XP Professional Perform setup as shown in “1.1 Windows® XP Setup.” Windows®...
  • Page 15: Windows® Xp Professional Setup Procedures

    1. SETUP PROCEDURES FOR INITIAL POWER-ON 1.1.2 Windows® XP Professional setup procedures Perform the following to set up Windows® XP Professional. 1. Turn the computer power on. The Windows® XP setup screen is displayed, followed shortly by the start screen of the Windows®...
  • Page 16 1. SETUP PROCEDURES FOR INITIAL POWER-ON 7. The “Setup program is configuring memory dump file. Please wait...” message is displayed, indicating that the memory dump area is being secured. This processing may take several minutes, so wait until screen is closed. Once this is complete, restart is performed automatically, so log in as an administrator.
  • Page 17: Windows® 7 Setup

    1. SETUP PROCEDURES FOR INITIAL POWER-ON 1.2 Windows® 7 Setup This section shows the setup procedures for a pre-installed Windows® 7 Professional. • This sets the basic items for Windows® 7 Professional. • RAS functionality is set up automatically. • The required time is roughly 15 minutes. 1.2.1 Setup preparations The items required during setup are as follows.
  • Page 18: Chapter 2 Basic Settings After Os Setup

    2. BASIC SETTINGS AFTER OS SETUP CHAPTER 2 BASIC SETTINGS AFTER OS SETUP This chapter explains the following settings procedures. • Basic settings procedures after OS setup Perform these procedures as needed after OS setup. Pre-installed OS Description Windows® XP Professional See “2.1 Windows®...
  • Page 19: Screen Settings

    2. BASIC SETTINGS AFTER OS SETUP 2.1.2 Screen settings 1. Log on as a computer administrator if not already logged on as such. 2. On the desktop, right-click to display the pop-up menu, and click [Properties]. 3. The [Display Properties] window is displayed. Click the [Settings] tab. 4.
  • Page 20: Network Environment Settings

    2. BASIC SETTINGS AFTER OS SETUP 2.1.3 Network environment settings The local area network settings have DHCP set to be used by default (“Obtain an IP address automatically”). To set an IP address without using DHCP, perform the following procedures. 1.
  • Page 21 2. BASIC SETTINGS AFTER OS SETUP 6. The [Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties] window is displayed. • Select “Use the following IP address” and enter the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway. • Click the [OK] button. 7. Close any open windows. •...
  • Page 22: Dvd Drive Settings (For Dvd Multi-Drive Implementations)

    2. BASIC SETTINGS AFTER OS SETUP 2.1.4 DVD drive settings (for DVD multi-drive implementations) For DVD multi-drive implementations, change the DVD drive settings as follows to allow writes to DVD-RAM. For DVD-ROM drive implementations, the following procedures are not needed. 1.
  • Page 23 2. BASIC SETTINGS AFTER OS SETUP 5. Clear the [Enable CD recording on this drive] checkbox, and click the [OK] button. 6. Click the [×] button in the upper-right of the [My Computer] window to close the screen.
  • Page 24: Hard Disk Free Space Formatting

    2. BASIC SETTINGS AFTER OS SETUP 2.1.5 Hard disk free space formatting 1. Log on as a computer administrator if not already logged on as such. 2. Click the [Start] button, and then choose [Control Panel]. 3. In the [Control Panel] window, click [Performance and Maintenance], and then in the [Performance and Maintenance] window, click [Administrative Tools].
  • Page 25 2. BASIC SETTINGS AFTER OS SETUP 6. Right-click the area with “Unallocated” displayed, and choose [New partition] from the displayed menu. The new partition wizard is launched, so click the [Next] button. 7. A screen for selecting the partition type is displayed. Choose the type of partition to be created, and click the [Next] button.
  • Page 26 2. BASIC SETTINGS AFTER OS SETUP 9. A screen for assigning the drive letter or path is displayed. Select “Assign the following drive letter” to assign the drive letter (or leave it as is if no change is needed), and click the [Next] button.
  • Page 27 2. BASIC SETTINGS AFTER OS SETUP 11. The [Completing the New Partition Wizard] window is displayed. Click the [Finish] button. • Disk formatting is started. 12. When partition formatting is completed, “Healthy” is displayed for the created partition. 13. Click the [×] button in the upper-right of the [Computer Management] window to close the screen.
  • Page 28: Windows® 7 Basic Settings

    2. BASIC SETTINGS AFTER OS SETUP 2.2 Windows® 7 Basic Settings This section shows the basic settings procedures for pre-installed Windows® 7 Professional. Perform these procedures as needed after OS setup. 2.2.1 Overview of basic settings procedures Screen settings See “2.2.2 Screen settings.” •...
  • Page 29: Screen Settings

    2. BASIC SETTINGS AFTER OS SETUP 2.2.2 Screen settings 1. Log on as a computer administrator if not already logged on as such. 2. Right-click on the desktop, and choose [Screen resolution] from the displayed pop-up menu. 3. Set the screen resolution as necessary, and click the [OK] button. 4.
  • Page 30: Automatic Update Settings

    2. BASIC SETTINGS AFTER OS SETUP 2.2.3 Automatic update settings Windows® 7 comes with automatic update functionality using patches to solve software malfunctions. This enables automatic download and installation when a patch is published on Microsoft’s web site. However, this functionality may impact currently running applications, and automatically updated module may affect currently running programs.
  • Page 31 2. BASIC SETTINGS AFTER OS SETUP 5. A screen for selecting how to install update programs is displayed. Select “Never check for updates (not recommended)”, and click the [OK] button. 6. Click the [×] button in the upper-right of the [System and Security] window. 2-14...
  • Page 32: Network Environment Settings

    2. BASIC SETTINGS AFTER OS SETUP 2.2.4 Network environment settings DHCP is set to be used by default for local area network (“Obtain an IP address automatically”). To set an IP address without using DHCP, perform the following procedures. Note that the procedures explained here are for Internet protocol version 4 (TCP/IPv4). For Internet protocol version 6 (TCP/IPv6), choose “Internet protocol version 6 (TCP/IPv6)”...
  • Page 33 2. BASIC SETTINGS AFTER OS SETUP 9. The [Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) Properties] window is displayed. • Select “Use the following IP address”, and enter the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway. • Click the [OK] button. 10. Close the open screens. •...
  • Page 34: Formatting Hard Disk Free Space

    2. BASIC SETTINGS AFTER OS SETUP 2.2.5 Formatting hard disk free space 1. Log on as a computer administrator if not already logged on as such. 2. Click the [Start] button, and then choose [Control Panel]. 3. Click [System and Security], and then click [Create and format hard disk partition] in Administrative Tools.
  • Page 35 2. BASIC SETTINGS AFTER OS SETUP 7. A screen for specifying the volume size is displayed. Specify any volume size, and click the [Next] button. 8. A screen for assigning the drive letter or path is displayed. Select “Assign the following drive letter”...
  • Page 36 2. BASIC SETTINGS AFTER OS SETUP 9. A screen for setting the partition format is displayed. Select “Format this volume with the following settings”, select “NTFS” for “File system”, and click the [Next] button. 10. Click the [Finish] button in the [Completing the New Simple Volume Wizard] window.
  • Page 37 2. BASIC SETTINGS AFTER OS SETUP 11. When partition formatting is completed, “Healthy” is displayed for the created partition. 12. Click the [×] button in the upper-right of the [Disk Management] window to close the screen. 2-20...
  • Page 38: Chapter 3 Using The Recovery Dvd To Restore Factory Settings

    3. USING THE RECOVERY DVD TO RESTORE FACTORY SETTINGS CHAPTER 3 USING THE RECOVERY DVD TO RESTORE FACTORY SETTINGS This chapter explains procedures for the following: • Abandon the current system and restore a system drive to factory settings NOTE The procedures in this chapter require a recovery DVD.
  • Page 39: Preparations

    HF-W, it is included in the package of HF-W. Make sure to perform these preparations before starting. HF-W-specific HITACHI HJ-203**E*E* Product Recovery DVD recovery DVD (The underlined part indicates the model for the purchased HF-W2000 model 35/30.)
  • Page 40: Restoring A System Drive To Factory Settings

    Perform the following procedures to use the recovery DVD to restore the system drive for the HF-W2000 model 35/30 to the factory settings. 1. Turn on the power for HF-W, and insert the recovery DVD (“HITACHI HJ-203**E*E* Product Recovery DVD”) in the DVD drive (the underlined part indicates the model for the purchased HF-W2000 model 35/30, with each asterisk differing by model.
  • Page 41 3. USING THE RECOVERY DVD TO RESTORE FACTORY SETTINGS 4. If the [y] key is pressed, a message confirming whether to change boot partition capacity is displayed. In case of the S model (SATA-SSD model) of the HF-W2000 model 35/30, drive restoration is started, and the progress is displayed (skip to step 6).
  • Page 42 3. USING THE RECOVERY DVD TO RESTORE FACTORY SETTINGS 5. If the [y] key is pressed in response to the boot partition capacity change confirmation message displayed in step 4, a message for entering the boot partition capacity is displayed. Do you change the size of boot partition? In case of "No",it is set to the default size (NNN MB).
  • Page 43 HJ-203**E*E* system recovery CONTINUE. 100% COMPLETED. Remove "HITACHI HJ-203**E*E* Product Recovery DVD" from the DVD drive and restart HJ-203**E*E*. 8. Press the power switch to cut power to HF-W, and then press it again to turn power back The HF-W2000 model 35/30 system drive has been restored to factory settings using the recovery DVD.
  • Page 44: Chapter 4 Precautions

    4. PRECAUTIONS CHAPTER 4 PRECAUTIONS 4.1 Event Logging During Setup of Windows® 7 The following events may be logged during setup of Windows® 7 for this product, but do not affect system operation. Type: Error Source: Service Control Manager Event ID: 7022 Type: Warning Source: Microsoft-Windows-Search Event ID: 1008...
  • Page 45: Default Scheduled Functionality Of Windows® 7

    4. PRECAUTIONS 4.4 Default Scheduled Functionality of Windows® 7 With Windows® 7, several kinds of functionality are scheduled by default to run regularly in the background. This functionality includes Windows Defender (anti-spyware functionality) and disk defrag, which place significant load on the system during operation, and can affect the operation of running applications.
  • Page 46: Precautions Regarding Security Enhancement Functionality

    4. PRECAUTIONS 4.5 Precautions Regarding Security Enhancement Functionality (1) Unblocking for the Windows firewall For Windows® XP Service Pack 2 and later, the Windows firewall is enabled by default. This means that network connections are blocked for programs using the network, possibly preventing program operation.
  • Page 47 4. PRECAUTIONS NOTE When these settings are performed, a security center warning is displayed in the taskbar. To hide this warning, perform the following to change settings. 1. Log on as a computer administrator if not already logged on as such. 2.
  • Page 48 4. PRECAUTIONS 5. The [Alert Settings] window is displayed. • Clear the “Firewall” checkbox. • Click the [OK] button. 6. Close the [Windows Security Center] window. 7. Close the [Control Panel] window. For Windows® 7 1. Log on as a computer administrator if not already logged on as such. 2.
  • Page 49 4. PRECAUTIONS (b) Registering a target program as an exception Perform the following procedures to register a target program as an exception for the Windows firewall. Programs registered as exceptions are not blocked from network connection. For Windows® XP 1. Click the [Start] button, and then choose [Control Panel]. 2.
  • Page 50 4. PRECAUTIONS 6. In the [Windows Firewall] window, make sure that the program selected in the [Exceptions] tab is registered, and click the [OK] button. 7. Close the [Windows Security Center] window. 8. Close the [Control Panel] window. Also, exceptions can be registered from the following dialog box, displayed upon application startup.
  • Page 51 4. PRECAUTIONS For Windows® 7 1. Log on as a computer administrator if not already logged on as such. 2. Click the [Start] button, and then choose [Control Panel]. 3. In the [Control Panel] window, click [System and Security]. 4. The [System and Security] window is displayed. •...
  • Page 52 4. PRECAUTIONS 7. The [Add a Program] window is displayed. • Select the program to be unblocked. For programs not listed, click the [Browse] button and then select the file. • Click the [Add] button. 8. In the [Allowed Programs] window, make sure that the program selected in [Allowed programs and features] is registered, and click the [OK] button.
  • Page 53 4. PRECAUTIONS 1. The following dialog box is displayed when the network connection is blocked for the started application. • Click the [Allow access] button. 2. This program is registered as an exception. 4-10...
  • Page 54 4. PRECAUTIONS (c) Registering a used port as an exception Perform the following procedures to register a used port as an exception. Ports registered as exceptions are not blocked from network connection. For Windows® XP 1. Click the [Start] button, and then choose [Control Panel]. 2.
  • Page 55 4. PRECAUTIONS For Windows® 7 1. Log on as a computer administrator if not already logged on as such. 2. Click the [Start] button, and then choose [Control Panel]. 3. In the [Control Panel] window, click [System and Security]. 4. The [System and Security] window is displayed. •...
  • Page 56 4. PRECAUTIONS 8. The [Protocol and Ports] window for the [New Inbound Rule Wizard] is displayed. • Select the protocol type. • Select either [All local ports] or [Specific local ports]. • If [Specific local ports] was selected, enter the port number. •...
  • Page 57 4. PRECAUTIONS 10. The [Profile] window for the [New Inbound Rule Wizard] is displayed. • Specify the profile for which the rule is to be applied. • Click the [Next] button. 11. The [Name] window for the [New Inbound Rule Wizard] is displayed. •...
  • Page 58 4. PRECAUTIONS (2) Disabling Internet Explorer® pop-ups Internet Explorer® comes with functionality to block Internet Explorer® pop-up windows. This means that if a web application uses pop-up windows, they may be blocked, preventing normal operation. Perform the following procedures to disable pop-up blocking functionality.
  • Page 59: Entering The Search Location When Adding Components (For Windows® Xp Only)

    Click the [OK] button. 2. A screen prompting the search location to be entered is displayed. Enter “C:\HITACHI\i386\”, and click the [OK] button (enter the system drive letter in the underlined area). 4.7 HITACHI Directory (for Windows® XP Only) When this product is provided to the end user, the following files need to be deleted from the i386 directory in the HITACHI directory.
  • Page 60: Notes On The File Sharing For Windows® 7

    4. PRECAUTIONS 4.8 Notes on the File Sharing for Windows® 7 When sharing files via the network using Windows® 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2, STOP 0x7e might be displayed. If you share files, visit the following Microsoft URL for details and preventive measures against errors.
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  • Page 62: Appendix A Setup Procedures For Installing

    (If the logged-on administrator account is the built-in Administrator account, click [Command Prompt].) • If the [User Account Control] window is displayed, click the [Yes] button. 3. Enter the following in the [Command Prompt] window, and press the [Enter] key. rmdir /s C:\HITACHI\XP_Mode...
  • Page 63 APPENDIX A SETUP PROCEDURES FOR INSTALLING Windows XP Mode (FOR Windows® 7 ONLY) (1) Overview of setup procedures The following explains the setup procedures for Windows XP Mode (guest OS: Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional). The overall flow for settings is as follows. See “(2) Windows XP Mode installation.”...
  • Page 64 • If the [User Account Control] window is displayed, click the [Yes] button. 3. Enter the following in the [Command Prompt] window, and press the [Enter] key. cd C:\HITACHI\XP_Mode 4. Enter the following in the [Command Prompt] window, and press the [Enter] key. Install is started.
  • Page 65 • From [Accessories], choose [Run]. • Enter the following for the “Open” field, and click the [OK] button. C:\HITACHI\XP_Mode\Virtual-PC • The Explorer screen is displayed. Double-click the setup program inside. Note that the setup program differs depending on the number of bits for the operating system.
  • Page 66 APPENDIX A SETUP PROCEDURES FOR INSTALLING Windows XP Mode (FOR Windows® 7 ONLY) 4. The [Download and Install Updates] window is displayed. Read the license terms carefully, and click the [I Accept] button. 5. Once installation is complete, a screen prompting restart is displayed. Click the [Restart Now] button to perform restart.
  • Page 67 APPENDIX A SETUP PROCEDURES FOR INSTALLING Windows XP Mode (FOR Windows® 7 ONLY) (5) Windows XP Mode setup Perform the following procedures to set up Windows XP Mode. 1. Click the [Start] button, and then choose [All Programs]. 2. Choose [Windows Virtual PC], and then [Windows XP Mode]. 3.
  • Page 68 APPENDIX A SETUP PROCEDURES FOR INSTALLING Windows XP Mode (FOR Windows® 7 ONLY) 4. The Installation folder and credentials screen is displayed. • Enter the XPMUser password for [Password] field and [Confirm password] field. • Click the [Next] button. 5. The automatic update settings screen is displayed. •...
  • Page 69 APPENDIX A SETUP PROCEDURES FOR INSTALLING Windows XP Mode (FOR Windows® 7 ONLY) 6. The screen for setting up drive sharing is displayed. • Click the [Start Setup] button. 7. A screen is displayed indicating that Windows XP Mode is being set up. Once setup is completed, the virtual machine starts, and the user is automatically logged in as the XPMUser.
  • Page 70 • If the [User Account Control] window is displayed, click the [Yes] button. 3. Enter the following in the [Command Prompt] window, and press the [Enter] key. cd “C:\HITACHI\XP_Mode\Windows XP Mode” 4. Enter the following in the [Command Prompt] window, and press the [Enter] key.
  • Page 71 APPENDIX A SETUP PROCEDURES FOR INSTALLING Windows XP Mode (FOR Windows® 7 ONLY) (b) Windows Virtual PC uninstallation Perform the following procedures to uninstall Windows Virtual PC. 1. Log on as a computer administrator if not already logged on as such. 2.
  • Page 72 APPENDIX A SETUP PROCEDURES FOR INSTALLING Windows XP Mode (FOR Windows® 7 ONLY) 6. The [Uninstall an update] window is displayed. Click the [Yes] button. 7. After uninstallation, a screen prompting restart is displayed. Click the [Restart Now] button to perform restart. This completes Windows Virtual PC uninstallation.
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