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  • Page 1

    . We disclaim liabi l i ty for errors , om i s s i on s , or futu re ch a n ge s . LifeBook, Fujitsu,and the Fujitsu logo are trademarks of Fujitsu Limited.

  • Page 2

    This fax modem also complies with fax branding requirements per FCC Part 68. If you experience trouble with this equipment please contact your support representative, toll free at 1-800-8FUJITSU (1-800-838-5487) or Fujitsu Computer Products of America (FCPA), 7300 NE Evergreen Parkway, Hillsboro, OR 97124, telephone 503-681-7300.

  • Page 3

    Your telephone company will probably ask you to dis- connect this equipment from the telephone network until the problem is corrected and you are sure that the equipment is not malfunctioning. This equ i pm ent may not be used on coin servi ce tel eph ones provi ded by your tel eph one com p a ny.

  • Page 4

    The con n ecting arra n gem ent code for this equ i pm en t is CA11A. The Load Nu m ber is 3. The Load Nu m ber assign ed to each tel eph one term i n a l devi ce den o tes the percen t a ge of the total load to be con n ected to a tel eph one loop or circuit wh i ch is used by the devi ce to prevent overl oad i n g.

  • Page 5

    A V E R T I S S E M E N T Pour assurer la sécurité, les utilisateurs doivent vérifier que la prise de terre du serv i c e d’électricité, les lignes téléphoniques et les conduites d’eau métalliques sont connectées ensemble.

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    Black & White of Cover (to come)

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    T a b l e o f C o n t e n t s...

  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    Restarting the System ... . . 25 Fujitsu Welcome Center... . 25 Batteries ....25 Integrated Touchpad Pointing Device .

  • Page 11

    Warranty ....144 LifeBook 565Tx Specifications ..144 ™ LifeBook 585Tx Specifications ..147 Approvals .

  • Page 12

    P r e f a c e L i f e B o o k ™ 5 0 0 S e r i e s f r o m F u j i t s u ™...

  • Page 13: Preface

    P r e f a c e PREFACE The LifeBook 500 Series from Fujitsu ™ ™ Corporation is a powerful notebook computer. It is powered by an Intel Pentium microproc- ® essor with MMX technology, has a built-in ™ color display, a CD-ROM drive and brings the computing power of desktop personal computers (PCs) to a portable environment.

  • Page 14

    L i f e B o o k 5 0 0 S e r i e s f r o m F u j i t s u Figure P-1 LifeBook 500 Series with Both Fujitsu and Third Party Options...

  • Page 15

    S et tin g U p Yo u r Li f eB oo k ™ 5 0 0 Ser ie s Unpacking ....2 Overview of Features .

  • Page 16: Section One

    ™ SERIES FROM FUJITSU ™ This section describes how to set up your LifeBook 500 Series from Fujitsu. We strongly recommend that you read it before using your notebook – even if you are already familiar with notebook computers. UNPACKING...

  • Page 17

    Figure 1-3 MediaConnect Figure 1-4 Floppy Disk Drive Once you have checked and confirmed that your notebook system is complete, connect the AC adapter and follow the instructions on page 12 to accept the conditions for using the LifeBook 500 Series. When you have completed the setup process please complete and send in your registration card.

  • Page 18: Component Identification

    S e c t i o n O n e Stereo line in jack. Microphone jack. Stereo headphone jack. MPEG-1 player and Zoomed Video support for full motion video. Universal Serial Bus (USB) port for a multitude of devices. Two Type II/one Type III PC Card slots. Fast IrDA 1.1 compatible infrared port for wireless data transfer.

  • Page 19

    L i f e B o o k ™ 5 0 0 S e r i e s f r o m F u j i t s u ™ S e t t i n g U p Y o u r L i f e B o o k 5 0 0 S e r i e s Display Panel Status Indicator Stereo Speaker...

  • Page 20: Left Side Panel Components

    S e c t i o n O n e Status Indicator LCD display of the status of the power and power s o u rce , Su s pend mode ,b a t tery ch a r ge (both main and opti onal secon d ) , floppy disk drive activi ty, h a rd drive activi ty, C D - ROM drive activi ty, PC Ca rd activi ty, Ca p s Lock , Num Lk and Scr Lk.

  • Page 21: Right Side Panel Components

    infrared port,the MIDI/joystick port and the external floppy disk drive port. (See page 9–11 for more information on the MediaConnect and its connectors.) (Figure 1-8.) Built-in Microphone The built-in microphone allows mono audio input to your notebook. (Figure 1-8.) Main Battery Eject Button This releases the main Lithium ion batt ery for removal and installation.

  • Page 22: Rear Panel Components

    S e c t i o n O n e REAR PANEL COMPONENTS RJ-11 Jack This is the jack for attaching a telephone line to the internal modem. This jack can be used with the sliding panel in the c onnector cover slightly opened and the cover closed for added convenience.

  • Page 23: Bottom Components

    Tilt Docking Port Tilt Adjustment and RJ-11 Jack Adjustment Rear Foot Slide Cover Foot Connector Configuration Cover Label Memory Main Unit Upgrade Label Compartment Internal Docking Hard Drive Recepticals Compartment Multi-function Bay Main Battery Compartment Figure 1-11 LifeBook 500 Series Bottom S e t t i n g U p Y o u r L i f e B o o k 5 0 0 S e r i e s BOTTOM COMPONENTS Tilt Adjustment Feet...

  • Page 24: Mediaconnect

    S e c t i o n O n e Power Indicator Notebook Connector MIDI/Joystick Port S-Video Serial Port Jack Infrared Port Notebook Connector External Floppy Disk Drive NTSC/PAL Adapter Port Jack Figure 1-12 MediaConnect Ports MEDIACONNECT S-Video Jack This jack allows you to connect,and use directly, any S-Video device, such as a VCR or TV.

  • Page 25: Power Sources

    Notebook Connector A connector for attaching the MediaConnect to the MediaConnect port on the left side of your notebook. (Figure 1-12.) Power Indicator LED This LED is On when the MediaConnect is properly attached to your notebook and your notebook is turned on. (Figure 1-12.) Figure 1-13 Connecting the AC Adapter S e t t i n g U p Y o u r L i f e B o o k 5 0 0 S e r i e s POWER SOURCES...

  • Page 26: Data Security

    S e c t i o n O n e DATA SECURITY Your LifeBook 500 Series has a built-in hardware ™ control password security feature that allows you to protect the data stored in your notebook from unauthorized access. Your operating system and some applications have software control password security features that allows you to protect all or portions of the data stored in your...

  • Page 27: Starting Your Notebook For The First Time

    When you turn on your notebook for the first time it will display a Fujitsu lo go on the screen. If you do nothing the system will read the hard drive for the operating system software, flash the notebook configuration information on the...

  • Page 28

    N e x t button and answer the questions. C A U T I O N If you have a LifeBook ™ 565Tx you must click on the Click on Me First icon to complete the startup, read the screen which appears, hit any key and then restart your notebook from the Start menu.

  • Page 29: User Registration

    Welcome to Windows ® Once you have completed the printer setup or chosen not to set up a p rinter at this time you will see the Welcome screen for Windows 95. You can choose: W i n d o w s T o u r ; W h a t ’ s N e w ;...

  • Page 30

    Restarting the System ... . 25 Fujitsu Welcome Center ... 25 Batteries ....25 Integrated Touchpad Pointing Device.

  • Page 31: Section Two

    FROM FUJITSU ™ This section describes the indicators, buttons, connections and operating modes of your LifeBook 500 Series from Fujitsu and their use. BUILT-IN DISPLAY Opening the Display Panel Lifting the latch releases the top of the display panel from the front of the notebook body. Lift the display panel backward until the screen is at a comfortable viewing angle.

  • Page 32: Status Indicator Panel

    C A U T I O N Do not operate your CD-ROM drive or attempt to open the tray unless your notebook is sitting on a flat surface and the adjustment feet are folded against the bottom of the notebook. Using a CD-ROM drive when it is not level may damage the drive or prevent proper operation.

  • Page 33

    S e c t i o n T w o Power Indicator The Power indicator tells you when the system is operational. It is on steady when there is power to your notebook,and blinks when the system is in Suspend mode. It goes off when the system has entered Save-to-Disk mode, has entered the Windows 95 shutdown state, or the...

  • Page 34

    A small a rrow icon a ppe a rs to the left of the b a t tery sym bol and above the nu m ber if that bat- tery is ch a r gi n g. The ch a r ging indicator flashes i f the battery is too hot or too cold to ch a r ge .

  • Page 35

    S e c t i o n T w o 11. Click on the automatic insertion notifica- tion box to toggle it Off. 12. Click on OK. 13. Click on OK in the System Properties dialogue box. 14. Restart your notebook according to the message displayed.

  • Page 36: Power On

    Figure 2-5 Power Switch POWER ON Facing the keyboard and display panel,move the power switch towards the rear of your note- book. This is the On position. (See Figure 2-5.) When you are done working you can leave your notebook in Suspend mode, (see pages 39–40, 43 and 84), or you can turn it off.

  • Page 37: Power Off

    S e c t i o n T w o C A U T I O N Never turn off your notebook during Power On Self Test (POST) or it will cause an error message to be displayed when you turn your notebook on the next time. (See the Troubleshooting information on pages 133–135.) POWER OFF...

  • Page 38: Restarting The System

    ™ 5 0 0 S e r i e s f r o m F u j i t s u FUJITSU WELCOME CENTER The Fu j i t su Wel come Cen ter is an icon on your Wi n dows 95 de s k top. Cl i cking on it give s...

  • Page 39

    S e c t i o n T w o a n o t h er ch a r ged battery. The bri d ge battery can su pport the sys tem for abo ut 3 minute s . The battery opera ting time may become shorter than the referen ce va lue if it is used under the fo ll owing con d i ti on s : When used at temperatures that exceed a low...

  • Page 40

    C A U T I O N Data may be lost and/or system errors introduced if the warm swap is not performed quickly or a power adapter installed. C A U T I O N The bridge battery can not support an operating notebook.

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    S e c t i o n T w o C A U T I O N Using heavy current devices such as LAN cards or frequent CD-ROM accesses may prevent charging completely. Low Battery State When the battery is running low, your note- book beeps about every 15 seconds and the Battery Level indicator(s) will flash.

  • Page 42: Integrated Touchpad Pointing Device

    flashing and go out , and you wi ll have lost the data that was not stored . Once you provide power you can continue to use your notebook while an adapter is charging the battery, but the battery trickle charges under these conditions.

  • Page 43

    S e c t i o n T w o Pad Clicking Button Clicking Figure 2-7 Clicking Clicking Clicking means pushing and releasing a button. To left-click move the screen cursor to the item you wish to select, press the left button once, and then immediately release it.

  • Page 44

    Touchpad Pointing Device Control Adjustment The Windows Control Panel provides cus- ® tomizing of your touchpad pointing device from the mouse icon. There are 4 aspects of the touchpad pointing device operation which you can adjust. But tons – This lets you set up the to u ch p ad for ri ght or left handed opera ti on and set the ti m e i n terval for do u ble cl i ck i n g.

  • Page 45: Using The Keyboard

    S e c t i o n T w o USING THE KEYBOARD Your notebook has an integral 86-key keyboard. (Figure 2-9.) The keys perform all the standard functions of a 101-key keyboard and also include Windows 95 keys and other special ®...

  • Page 46: Using The Volume Control

    built-in display panel and external monitor, or TV output (NTSC/PAL or S-Video). The TV output will be skipped if the resolution is not set correctly. NTSC and S-Video TV outputs only operate in 640 x 480 resolution mode. PAL TV outputs only operate in 800 x 600 resolu- tion mode.

  • Page 47: Floppy Disk Drive

    S e c t i o n T w o FLOPPY DISK DRIVE The rem ova ble floppy disk drive is a 3.5" drive wh i ch can re ad and wri te on 1.44MB and 720KB m em ory capac i ty floppy disks. F l oppy disk for- mat is con tro ll ed from your opera ting sys tem .

  • Page 48

    Eject Button Figure 2-11 Floppy Disk Drive Eject Button Ejecting a Floppy Disk To eject a disk, check that the Floppy Disk Drive Access indicator is Off (see pages 19 and 22), and press the Eject button. (See Figure 2-11). C A U T I O N If you eject the disk while the Floppy Disk Drive Access indicator is On, there is...

  • Page 49

    S e c t i o n T w o Avoid storing the floppy disk drive in locations subject to shock and vibration. Avoid using the floppy disk drive and floppy disks in damp and dusty locations. Never use the floppy disk drive with any liquid, metal, or other foreign matter inside the floppy disk drive or floppy disk.

  • Page 50: Cd-rom Drive

    C A U T I O N Do not operate your CD-ROM drive unless your notebook is sitting on a flat surf a c e and the adjustment feet are folded against the bottom of the notebook. Using a CD when the drive is not level may damage the drive or prevent proper operation.

  • Page 51: Hard Drive

    S e c t i o n T w o Care of CD-ROMs CD-ROMs are precision devices and will func- tion reliably if given reasonable care. Always store your CD-ROM in its case when it is not in use. When removing the CD-ROM from its case, press down on the holder’s center while lift- ing out the CD-ROM by its edges.

  • Page 52: Power Management

    POWER MANAGEMENT Your LifeBook 500 Series has many features for conserving power. Some power savings features are automatic and have no user control, such as those for the internal modem, while others depend on the user setting the parameter to best suit their operating conditions.

  • Page 53

    S e c t i o n T w o book is in Suspend mode. If it is not visible,the power is Off,the power is in the Windows ® pseudo-off state, or your notebook is in the Save-to-Disk mode. (See page 44.) When you receive your LifeBook 500 Series it will be set ™...

  • Page 54

    PowerPanel The PowerPanel by Phoenix Technologies pro- ® vides Windows 95 desktop access to a compre- ® hensive combination of power management settings without entering the BIOS setup utility. The PowerPanel icon looks like an atom with its cloud of electrons. This icon will open the PowerPanel menu.

  • Page 55

    S e c t i o n T w o the same menu to Hide the toolbar . If you hide the toolbar you will have to double click on the edge where the toolbar was located to display it. If you select E x i t from the PowerPanel menu you will turn off the PowerPanel completely.

  • Page 56

    System Suspend Activation Clicking on the Suspend button or selecting System Suspend on the PowerPanel menu will but your notebook in Suspend mode. Pressing the Suspend/Resume button turns the power back on and lets you begin where you left off. (See Figure 2-15 on page 39,and Suspend Mode on pages 43–44.) System Save-to-Disk Activation Clicking on the Save-to-Disk button or...

  • Page 57

    S e c t i o n T w o Timing out from lack of activity. Battery level reaching the Dead Battery Warning condition. Your notebook’s system memory typically stores the file(s) on which you are working, the open application(s) and any other data required to support the operation(s) in progress.

  • Page 58

    P O I N T The main advantage of using the Save- to-Disk function is that power is not required to maintain your data. This is particularly important if you will be leaving your notebook in a suspended state for a prolonged period of time. The drawback of using Save-to-Disk mode is that it lengthens the power down and power up sequences and...

  • Page 59: Internal Modem

    S e c t i o n T w o normal operation automatically. This feature is independent of the Suspend/Resume button. This parameter is enabled and disabled in the BIOS setup utility. (See pages 83 and 85.) Video Timeout The Video Timeout is one of the power man- agement parameters which saves power by turning off the display if there is no keyboard or pointer activity for the user selected timeout...

  • Page 60: Pre-installed Software

    C A U T I O N If you have a LifeBook 565Tx you must click on the Click on Me First icon when you setup your notebook for the first time or your pre-installed application software may not operate correctly.

  • Page 61

    S e c t i o n T w o SoftPEG MPEG File Player The MPEG file player displays a screen to find the file which you wish to pla y. You can have the list to select from limited to particular types of files or display all files.

  • Page 62

    LapLink ® The LapLink by Traveling Software file transfer software provides direct file transfers to other computers.Data transfers can be via internal modem, a PC Card modem,the infrared port on the MediaConnect,a serial cable, or a paral- lel cable (cables are not included). See the LapLink online help screens for operating instructions for the LapLink application.

  • Page 63

    S e c t i o n T h r e e Con f igu ri ng You r Lif eBoo k ™ 5 00 Series Boot Sequence ....52 Identifying the Drives .

  • Page 64: Section Three

    (POST). To see details on the screen during the boot process, press the Esc key anytime while the Fujitsu logo is displayed. To enter the BIOS setup utility press the F2 key after you have pressed the Esc key. When the boot sequence...

  • Page 65: Bios Setup Utility

    To do this: 1. Allow the system to start booting. 2. As soon as the Fujitsu logo appears on the screen, press the Esc key and then the F2 key. 3. The Main Menu of the setup utility then appears with the cur rent settings of the parameters displayed.

  • Page 66: Navigating Through The Setup Utility

    S e c t i o n T h r e e P O I N T If your data security settings require it, you may be asked for a password before the Main Menu will appear. Entering the Setup Utility After a Configuration Change or System Failure If there has been a change in the system config- uration that does not agree with the parame ter...

  • Page 67

    3. To select the di erent values for each field, press the Spacebar or + to change to the next higher selection and F5 or – to go to the next lower selection. 4. To activate a submenu press the Enter key. 5.

  • Page 68: Main Menu - Setting System Parameters

    S e c t i o n T h r e e MAIN MENU – SETTING STANDARD SYSTEM PARAMETERS The Main Menu allows you to set or view the current system parameters. Follow the instruc- tions for Navigating Through The Setup Utility to make any changes.

  • Page 69

    1.44Mb, 3 " Sets the format for Floppy Disk Drive A if it is installed. Disabled The LifeBook 500 Series from Fujitsu does not accommodate a second floppy disk drive. [2168MB] Displays the capacity of the internal hard drive which is on this interface and when selected opens the sub- menu which allows you to change the interface specifi-...

  • Page 70

    S e c t i o n T h r e e Menu Field Options Secondary Master Selects the Secondary Master Submenu Boot Options Selects the Boot Options Submenu Memory Cache [Disabled]; [L1 Enabled] [L1 and L2 Enabled] System Memory Extended Memory Default Description...

  • Page 71

    Primary Master or Secondary Master – Submenu The Primary Master and Secondary Master submenus are identical and in the case of hard drives have the capacity displayed at the top of the screen as well as on Main Menu. Follow the instructions for Navigating Through The Setup Utility to make any changes.

  • Page 72

    S e c t i o n T h r e e Table 3-2 Fields, Options and Defaults for the Primary Master or Secondary Master Submenu Menu Field Options Type:(No other Auto, None,CD-ROM, parameters a re dis- User. p l ayed wh en = Non e . ) Cylinders: (Available A number to change only when...

  • Page 73

    Menu Field Options Maximum Capacity: — Multi-Sector Transfers: Disabled; 2;4; 8; 16. (Available to change only when Type =User. May be displayed for Type = Auto when hard drive has been detected.) LBA Mode Control: Enabled; Disabled. (Available to change only when Type = User.) 32 Bit I/O:...

  • Page 74

    S e c t i o n T h r e e C A U T I O N A bootable CD-ROM may have either a floppy disk format or a hard drive format. When the bootable CD-ROM is used the drive allocations change automatically, without changing the BIOS setup.

  • Page 75

    L i f e B o o k ™ 5 0 0 S e r i e s f r o m F u j i t s u ™ C o n f i g u r i n g Y o u r L i f e B o o k 5 0 0 S e r i e s Boot Options Submenu The Boot Options submenu provides the ability to set process which your notebook follows...

  • Page 76

    S e c t i o n T h r e e Table 3-3 Fields, Options and Defaults for the Boot Options Submenu Menu Field Options Boot Sequence A: then C:; CD-ROM then A: then C:; C: only Summary screen Disabled;...

  • Page 77: Advanced Menu - Setting Device Controls

    L i f e B o o k ™ 5 0 0 S e r i e s f r o m F u j i t s u ™ C o n f i g u r i n g Y o u r L i f e B o o k 5 0 0 S e r i e s Exiting from the Main Menu When you have finished setting the parame ters on this menu, you can either exit from the...

  • Page 78

    S e c t i o n T h r e e Table 3-4 Fields, Options and Defaults for the Advanced Menu Menu Field Options Plug &Play O/S: Yes; No Peripheral Configuration — Keyboard/Mouse Features — Audio Features — Video Features —...

  • Page 79

    C A U T I O N I/O addresses, DMA channels and Interrupt levels can be entered in various ways, including via the BIOS setup utility, the control software for the I/O device, or the hardware. If any two ports or devices, serial or parallel, have the same I/O address assigned your notebook will not function normally.

  • Page 80

    S e c t i o n T h r e e Table 3-5 – Default Settings for the Peripheral Configuration Submenu of the Advanced Menu. Menu Field Options Serial port A Auto; OS Controlled; Disabled; Enabled Base I/O Address 3F8, IRQ 4;...

  • Page 81

    Menu Field Options Mode IrDA;ASK-IR; FIR (Not displayed when Serial port B is Disabled.) DMA channel DMA 3; DMA 1 (Displayed only when FIR selected and enabled for Serial port B mode.) Parallel port Auto; OS Controlled; Disabled; Enabled C o n f i g u r i n g Y o u r L i f e B o o k 5 0 0 S e r i e s Default Description IrDA...

  • Page 82

    S e c t i o n T h r e e Menu Field Options Mode Output Only; Bi-Directional; (Not displayed ECP; EPP when Parallel Port set to Disabled.) Base I/O address 378/IRQ 7; 378/IRQ 5; (Only displayed when 278/IRQ 7; 278/IRQ 5 Parallel Port Mode selected as Enabled.) Floppy disk...

  • Page 83

    L i f e B o o k ™ 5 0 0 S e r i e s f r o m F u j i t s u ™ C o n f i g u r i n g Y o u r L i f e B o o k 5 0 0 S e r i e s Keyboard/Mouse Features Submenu The Keyboard/Mouse Features submenu is for setting the parameters of the integrated and the...

  • Page 84

    S e c t i o n T h r e e Table 3-6 – Fields, Options and Defaults for the Keyboard/Mouse Features Submenu of the Advanced Menu. Menu Field Options NumLock O ; On; Auto Hot Plug Function Disabled; Enabled Default Description Auto...

  • Page 85

    L i f e B o o k ™ 5 0 0 S e r i e s f r o m F u j i t s u ™ C o n f i g u r i n g Y o u r L i f e B o o k 5 0 0 S e r i e s Audio Features Submenu The Audio Features Submenu is for setting the features of the built-in audio functions.

  • Page 86

    S e c t i o n T h r e e Table 3-7 – Fields, Options and Defaults for the Audio Features Submenu of the Advanced Menu. Menu Field Options Multimedia device: Enabled; Disabled Sound: Auto;OS Controlled; Disabled; Enabled DMA channel: DMA 0;...

  • Page 87

    L i f e B o o k ™ 5 0 0 S e r i e s f r o m F u j i t s u ™ C o n f i g u r i n g Y o u r L i f e B o o k 5 0 0 S e r i e s Video Features Submenu The Video Features Submenu is for setting the display parameters.

  • Page 88

    S e c t i o n T h r e e Table 3-8 – Fields, Options and Defaults for the Video Features Submenu of the Advanced Menu. Menu Field Options Select Display Terminal LCD;CRT; LCD & CRT; TV LCD Display Stretching: Enabled;...

  • Page 89

    L i f e B o o k ™ 5 0 0 S e r i e s f r o m F u j i t s u ™ C o n f i g u r i n g Y o u r L i f e B o o k 5 0 0 S e r i e s Docking Features Submenu The Docking Features Submenu is for setting the parameters for operating your notebook in...

  • Page 90

    S e c t i o n T h r e e Table 3-9 – Fields, Options and Defaults for the Video Features Submenu of the Advanced Menu. Menu Field Options Ethernet IRQ: Auto; 3; 4;5; 7; 9;10; 11 CardBus Controller Enabled;...

  • Page 91: Security Menu - Setting Passwords

    L i f e B o o k ™ 5 0 0 S e r i e s f r o m F u j i t s u ™ C o n f i g u r i n g Y o u r L i f e B o o k 5 0 0 S e r i e s Exiting from the Advanced Menu When you have finished setting the parame ters on the Advanced menu, you can either exit...

  • Page 92

    S e c t i o n T h r e e P O I N T If you set a password, write it down and keep it in a safe place. If you forget the password you will have to contact your support representative to regain access to your secured functions and data.

  • Page 93

    Table 3-10 – Fields, Options and Defaults for the Security Menu. Menu Field Options Supervisor Password is: — User Password is: — Set Supervisor Password: [Press Enter] Diskette access: All; Supervisor Set User Password: [Press Enter] C o n f i g u r i n g Y o u r L i f e B o o k 5 0 0 S e r i e s Default Description Disabled...

  • Page 94

    S e c t i o n T h r e e Menu Field Options Password on Boot: Enabled; Disabled Fixed Disk Boot Sector: Normal; Write Protect P O I N T Boot Sector Protection must be set to Normal to load or upgrade an operating system.

  • Page 95: Power Savings Menu - Setting Power

    L i f e B o o k ™ 5 0 0 S e r i e s f r o m F u j i t s u ™ C o n f i g u r i n g Y o u r L i f e B o o k 5 0 0 S e r i e s Exiting from the Security Menu When you have finished setting the parame ters on the Security Menu, you can either exit from...

  • Page 96

    S e c t i o n T h r e e P O I N T Most power management parameters can also be set from the Windows ® 95 desktop without entering the setup utility, using PowerPanel by Phoenix ®...

  • Page 97

    Menu Field Options Video Timeout: 30 seconds to 20 minute s ;O f f CPU Speed: Full; Idle; Half Standby Timeout: 1 minute to 16 minutes; Off Auto Suspend Timeout: 15 to 60 minutes;Off C o n f i g u r i n g Y o u r L i f e B o o k 5 0 0 S e r i e s Default Description Sets the length of time wi t h o ut any u s er input devi ce activi ty before...

  • Page 98

    S e c t i o n T h r e e Menu Field Options Suspend Mode: Suspend; Save-to-Disk P O I N T When resuming from a Save-to-Disk suspension there will be a delay while the contents of system memory and operating parameters are loaded from the hard drive.

  • Page 99

    Menu Field Options Resume On Modem Ring: On; Off Resume On Time: On; Off Resume Time: — C o n f i g u r i n g Y o u r L i f e B o o k 5 0 0 S e r i e s Default Description Sets whether or not to Resume fr om a suspension state when a...

  • Page 100: Exit Menu - Leaving The Setup Utility

    S e c t i o n T h r e e Exiting from the Power Savings Menu Wh en you have fin i s h ed set ting the para m eters on the Power Savi n gs Menu , you can ei t h er ex i t f rom the setup uti l i ty or move to another menu .

  • Page 101

    Table 3-12 – Fields, Options and Defaults for the Exit Menu. Menu Field Options Save Changes and Exit: — Discard Changes and Exit: — C o n f i g u r i n g Y o u r L i f e B o o k 5 0 0 S e r i e s Default Description —...

  • Page 102

    S e c t i o n T h r e e Menu Field Options Get Default Values: — Load Previous Values: — Save Changes: — Default Description — Selecting Get Default Values will load the factory preset default values for all menu fields. Then display the message Setup Confi...

  • Page 103: Setting Up Your Save-to-disk File Allocation

    ( DO N OT go to the MS-DOS prom pt inside Wi n dows 95). 2 . At the DO S prom pt type CD C:\Fujitsu 3 . Type P H D I S K . 4 . Press the E n t e r key.

  • Page 104

    S e c t i o n T h r e e 5 . The uti l i ty wi ll rem ove the space all oc a ti on for the Save - to - Disk functi on and free that s p ace for other use.

  • Page 105

    U s e r I n s t a l l a b l e F e a t u r e s Multi-function Bay Devices ..95 PC Cards ....97 Main Lithium ion Battery .

  • Page 106: Section Four

    S e c t i o n F o u r SECTION FOUR USER INSTALLABLE FEATURES Your LifeBook 500 Series has a number of user ™ installable features: A Multi-function bay in the right front of your notebook allows you to install the CD-ROM drive, the floppy disk drive, an optional second hard drive, or an optional second Lithium ion battery.

  • Page 107: Multi-function Bay Devices

    Floppy Disk Drive CD-ROM Drive Second Second Hard Drive Lithium ion Battery Figure 4-1 Multi-function Bay Modules MULTI-FUNCTION BAY DEVICES The bay on the right front panel of your note- book accommodates the floppy disk drive, the CD-ROM drive, an optional second Lithium ion battery, or an optional second hard drive.

  • Page 108

    S e c t i o n F o u r C A U T I O N Be careful aligning and seating modules in the bay. If the fit is incorrect you may damage the bay or the module. If the module does not move easily, remove it, and check for dirt or foreign objects.

  • Page 109: Pc Cards

    P O I N T The optional second Lithium ion battery can safely be installed or removed with the power turned off or with the note- book in Suspend mode. Optional Second Hard Drive The optional second hard drive is durable, however, you must treat it with care.Please pay attention to the following points: The drive rotates the disk at very high speed.

  • Page 110

    S e c t i o n F o u r SCSI cards (Type II). Zoomed Video cards (Type II, Slot 0 only). ATA cards (Type III). Other PC Cards that conform to PCMCIA 2.1 or CardBus standards. For further information, refer to the instruc- tions supplied with your PC Card.

  • Page 111: Main Lithium Ion Battery

    3. Insert the PC Card in the card slot, with the product name label facing up. (Figure 4-3.) 4. When the PC Card is fully inserted, the Eject button will pop out. 5.Flip this button toward the front of your notebook to fold it out of the way.

  • Page 112

    S e c t i o n F o u r exchanged for a discharged one by “warm- swapping”. To warm-swap, have a charged battery ready, put your notebook in Suspend mode, remove the low battery and quickly insert a charged battery. The NiCd bridge bat- tery is built-in your notebook and is constantly being charged.

  • Page 113: Parallel Port Devices

    C A U T I O N Under federal, state or local law it may be illegal to dispose of batteries by putting them in the trash. Please take care of our environment and dispose of batteries properly. Check with your local government authority for details regarding recycling or disposing of your old battery, or contact your service...

  • Page 114: Telephone Lines

    S e c t i o n F o u r TELEPHONE LINES Connect a telephone line to the internal modem by plugging in to the RJ-11 jack on the rear panel of your notebook. Be sure that the connec- tor is aligned correctly and pressed in until it clicks into place.

  • Page 115

    P O I N T Your MediaConnect can be “hot plugged”. You do not need to turn off power or put your notebook in Suspend mode. Installing and Removing the MediaConnect To Connect Your MediaConnect to the MediaConnect Port on the Left Side Panel of your Notebook: 1.

  • Page 116: Serial Port Devices

    S e c t i o n F o u r C A U T I O N Check connectors for dirt before plugging any device into your notebook or your MediaConnect. Also ensure that the Infrared port lens on your MediaConnect does not get scratched or marred.

  • Page 117: External Installation Of The Floppy Disk Drive

    Figure 4-7 Installing an External Floppy Disk Drive EXTERNAL INSTALLATION OF THE FLOPPY DISK DRIVE To connect your floppy disk drive externally: 1. Close all files and exit all applications. 2. Turn off power to your notebook, close the display and remove the AC adapter. (See page 24 for more information.) U s e r I n s t a l l a b l e...

  • Page 118: Memory Upgrade Module

    S e c t i o n F o u r 5. Slide the release latch on the side of the external floppy disk drive adapter toward the bottom of the adapter. Note Finger ridges are on the bottom. 6. Slide the floppy disk drive out of the adapter. C A U T I O N The external floppy disk drive adapter i s designed only for use with a floppy disk...

  • Page 119

    To Install the Memory Upgrade Module: 1. Turn off power to your notebook using the Windows 95 shutdown procedure and ® then the power switch, (see Power Off on pages 24). Remove any power adapter (AC or auto/airline). 2 . Ma ke su re that all the con n ector covers a re cl o s ed .

  • Page 120

    To do so: 1. Turn on power. 2.Enter the setup utility by pressing the Esc key and then the F2 key as soon as the Fujitsu logo appears on the screen. (See page 53.) 3. The system memory and the extended...

  • Page 121: Mini-docking Station

    Safe to Undock LED Docking Plug LifeBook Docked LED Telephone Pass Through Connector Figure 4-11 Mini-Docking Station Front View MINI-DOCKING STATION The Mini-Docking Station is powered from AC power using its own power cord. Install the Mini-Docking Station 1. To use the Mini-Docking Station with your notebook both must be on a flat surface.

  • Page 122

    S e c t i o n F o u r 7. Push the lever on the side of the docking device all the way toward the back so that the ejector guides are fully extended. 8. Make sure the Mini-Docking Station is plugged into AC power.

  • Page 123

    C A U T I O N When the Telephone Pass Through Connector is installed you must lift the left side first and be very careful not to bend or break the Telephone Pass Through Connector while lifting the notebook free of the Mini-Docking Station.

  • Page 124

    S e c t i o n F o u r 4. When the restart is complete a little box will appear indicating that you are in the docked configuration,however the display will not use the entire screen. 5. To use the entire screen: a.

  • Page 125

    T o u b l e s h o o t i n g Identifying the Problem ... . xx Specific Problems ....xx Using PC Doctor .

  • Page 126: Section Five

    8. If you have tried the solutions suggested in Specific Problems without success, contact your support representative, toll free 1-800- 8FUJITSU (1-800-838-5487), FAX 1-800- 935-1789,e-mail 8fujitsu@fpc.fujitsu.com, Web Site http://www.8fujitsu.com. Before you place the call, you should have the following information ready so that the...

  • Page 127: Specific Problems

    If your are an experienced computer user you may find it useful. However, it is intended primarily to help your Fujitsu support representative better serve you. When you call for help your support representative may ask you to setup your note- book for modem operation.

  • Page 128

    S e c t i o n F i v e Problem Audio Problems There is no sound coming from the built-in speakers. CD-ROM Drive Problems Notebook fails to recognize CD-ROM. Possible Cause 1. The volume knob is turned too low. 2.

  • Page 129

    Problem The CD-ROM Access indicator on the Status Indicator panel blinks at regular intervals when no CD is in the tray or the CD-ROM drive is not installed. Docking Problems Notebook does not turn on when installed in Mini-Docking Station. T r o u b l e s h o o t i n g Possible Cause 5.

  • Page 130

    S e c t i o n F i v e Problem Floppy Disk Drive You cannot access your floppy disk. Possible Cause 2. Notebook is not properly seated in the Mini-Docking Station. 1. Security is set to p rotect access to floppy disk data.

  • Page 131

    Problem Hard Drive Problems You can not access your hard drive. Keyboard or Mouse Problems Your mouse cursor seems to move of its own accord. T r o u b l e s h o o t i n g Possible Cause 1.

  • Page 132

    S e c t i o n F i v e Problem The built-in keyboard does not seem to work. You have installed an external keyboard or mouse, and it does not seem to work. You have connected an external keyboard or a mouse and it seems to locking up the system.

  • Page 133

    Problem Memory Problems Your power on screen or Main menu of the BIOS setup utility information does not show the correct amount of installed memory. Modem Problems Messages about modem operation. Pa ra ll el , Seri a l , and USB Devi ce Probl em s You have installed a parallel-p ort device, a serial-port device or a USB device.

  • Page 134

    S e c t i o n F i v e Problem C A U T I O N Due to ongoing changes in USB t e c h n o l o g y and standards, not all USB devices and/or drivers are guaranteed to work.

  • Page 135

    Problem Power Failures You turn on your notebook and nothing seems to happen. T r o u b l e s h o o t i n g Possible Cause 1. The main battery is completely discharged, there is no optional second battery installed and there is no Power adapter (AC or auto/ airline) installed.

  • Page 136

    S e c t i o n F i v e Problem Possible Cause 3. The main battery is completely discharged, there is no optional second battery installed and the power adapter (AC or auto/airline) has no power from the AC outlet or the car’s cigarette lighter.

  • Page 137

    Problem T r o u b l e s h o o t i n g Possible Cause 5. Power switch is already in the On position. 6. The Main battery is missing, there is no optional second battery installed and there is no power adapter (AC or auto/ airline) installed.

  • Page 138

    S e c t i o n F i v e Problem Your notebook turns off all by itself. Possible Cause 7. The main battery is faulty, there is no optional second battery installed and there is no power adapter (AC or auto/airline) installed. 8.

  • Page 139

    Problem Your notebook won’t work on battery alone. T r o u b l e s h o o t i n g Possible Cause 2. You are operating on battery only and have ignored a low battery alarm until the batter- ies are all at the dead battery state and your machine has gone into Dead Battery Suspend mode.

  • Page 140

    S e c t i o n F i v e Problem C A U T I O N Shorted batteries may use power from The batteries seem to discharge too quickly. good batteries and are a possible risk to the other circuitry in your notebook.

  • Page 141

    Problem Shutdown and Startup Problems The Suspend/Resume button does not work. The system powers up, and displays power on information, but fails to load the operating system. T r o u b l e s h o o t i n g Possible Cause 1.

  • Page 142

    S e c t i o n F i v e Problem An error message is displayed on the screen during the notebook turn on (boot) sequence. Your notebook appears to change setup parameters when you start it. Possible Cause 1.

  • Page 143

    Problem Video Problems The built-in display is blank when you turn on your notebook. T r o u b l e s h o o t i n g Possible Cause 1. Something is pushing on the Closed Cover switch. (See Figure 1-7 on page 5.) 2.

  • Page 144

    S e c t i o n F i v e Problem The display goes blank by itself after you have been using it. The Built-in Display does not close. The Built-in Display has bright or dark spots. Possible Cause 1.

  • Page 145

    Problem The application display uses only a portion of your screen and is surrounded by a dark band. You have connected an external monitor and it does not come on. Miscellaneous Problems An error message is displayed on the screen during the operation of an application.

  • Page 146: Power On Self Test Messages

    S e c t i o n F i v e POWER ON SELF TEST MESSAGES The fo ll owing is an alph a betic list of error- a n d - s t a tus messages wh i ch Phoen i x BIOS and/or ®...

  • Page 147

    with the type detected by the Power On Self Test (POST). Run the Setup Utility to correct the inconsistency. *Invalid NVRAMmedia type – Problem with NVRAM access. In the unlikely case that you se e this message you may have some displ ay probl em s . You can co n ti nue opera ting but should co n t a ct your su ppo rt repre sen t a tive for more info rm a ti o n .

  • Page 148: Emergency Cd-rom Tray Release

    S e c t i o n F i v e ful boot sequence you should turn off the power with the Power Switch and contact your support representative. *Real time clock error – Real-time clock fails BIOS test. May require board repair. Contact your support representative.

  • Page 149: Installing And Removing The Internal Hard Drive

    INSTALLING AND REMOVING THE INTERNAL HARD DRIVE There is a compartment in the bottom of your notebook which contains the internal hard drive. The hard drive only needs to be changed if there is a serious drive failure. We recom- mend that you have a trained repair person replace the internal hard drive for you and re-install your pre-installed software.

  • Page 150: Modem Setup And Commands

    S e c t i o n F i v e C A U T I O N Removing or installing the hard drive with the power on may damage the hard drive, the notebook or shock you. MODEM SETUP AND COMMANDS The operating system and application software that is factory installed detects the modem characteristics and provides the necessary com-...

  • Page 151

    S e c t i o n S i x C a r e a n d M a i n t e n a n c e Care and Maintenance ... 140 Caring for Your Notebook.

  • Page 152: Section Six

    S i x SECTION SIX CARE AND MAINTENANCE If you use your LifeBook 500 Series from ™ Fujitsu carefully, you will increase its life and ™ reliability. This section provides some tips for looking after the notebook and the battery packs.

  • Page 153: Increasing Battery Life

    INCREASING BATTERY LIFE To increase battery life: 1. Power your notebook through the AC or optional auto/airline adapter whenever possible. 2. If your notebook is running on battery power all day, connect it to the AC adapter overnight to recharge the battery. 3.

  • Page 154

    ™ 565Tx Specific a t i o n s ..1 4 4 LifeBook 585Tx Specific a t i o n s ..1 4 7 Approvals .

  • Page 155: Appendix A Specifications

    One removable 3.5," 3 mode floppy disk drive which accommodates a 1.44MB or a 720KB floppy disk, Fujitsu Model FPCFDD01. ™ One external floppy disk drive adapter, Fujitsu Model FPCFDA01. Hard Drive One factory installed 2.0GB, 2.5" (12.7 mm) fixed hard drive unit.

  • Page 156

    Audio SoundBlaster-compatible 16-bit stereo PCM/FM sound chip. Spatializer 3D-Stereo multiple speaker effect support. Stereo headphone jack, 1 Vrms, or less, minimum impedance 32 Ohms. Stereo line in jack,880 mVrms or less, minimum impedance 10K Ohms. Mono microphone jack,125 mV p-p or less, minimum impedance 10K Ohms.

  • Page 157

    CD and hard drive access) in about fifteen (15) hours. AC Adapter Autosensing 100-240V AC,45W, supplying 16V DC to the notebook, Fujitsu Model FPCAC01A which includes an AC cable (also supports FPCAC02). Optional Auto Adapter Autosensing 12/24V DC supplying 16V DC...

  • Page 158: Lifebook 585tx Specifications

    DIMM (dual-in-line memory module) slot in a chamber in the bottom of the notebook. SDRAM Modules are recommended but EDO RAM Modules will work. Fujitsu product numbers: 16MB SDRAM,FPCEM05. 32MB SDRAM,FPCEM06. 64MB SDRAM,FPCEM07. Installing an EDO RAM Module will cause your entire system to operate at the slower EDO timing.

  • Page 159

    Hard Drive One factory installed 4.0GB, 2.5" (12.7 mm) fixed hard drive unit. One optional removable 1.3GB, 2.5" (12.7 mm) hard drive unit, Fujitsu Model FPCHDD01. CD-ROM Drive One removable,factory installed,20-speed maximum,2.5" (12.7 mm) drive, Fujitsu Model FPCCD04 (also supports FPCCD03).

  • Page 160

    External Mouse Support PS/2 compatible. POWER Batteries One main Lithium ion battery, Fujitsu Model FPCBP06. Rechargeable,10.8V, 2250 mAh. Operating time of up to 1 hour. Rapid charge (notebook O or in Suspend mode) in about three (3) hours.Standard charge (normal use with limited CD and hard drive access) in about nine (9) hours.

  • Page 161: Approvals

    5 hours.Standard charge (normal use with limited CD and hard disk access) in about fifteen (15) hours. AC Adapter Autosensing 100-240V AC,45W, supplying 16V DC to the notebook, Fujitsu Model ™ FPCAC01A which includes an AC cable. Optional Auto/Airline Adapter Autosensing 12/24V DC supplying 16V DC to the Notebook, Fujitsu Model FPCCBA01A.

  • Page 162

    Fujitsu model FPCBP06. Optional second Lithium ion battery, Fujitsu model FPCBP04. Optional modular 1.3GB hard drive, Fujitsu model FPCHDD01. Mini-Docking Station, Fujitsu Model FPCDS08. The Mini-Docking Station provides connections for: RS232 Serial Devices (COM Port). Parallel Devices (LPT Port). VGA/SVGA/XGA Monitor.

  • Page 163: Appendix B Glossary

    A p p e n d i c e s APPENDIX B GLOSSARY 3D-Stereo The control of sound output from stereo speakers to create the sensation of multiple sound sources from more than two directions. AC Adapter A device which converts the AC voltage from a wall outlet to the DC voltage needed to power your Computer.

  • Page 164

    CD-ROM Compact disc read only memory. This is a form of digital data storage which is read optically with a laser rather than with a magnetic head. A typical CD-ROM can contain about 600MB of data and is not subject to heads crashing into the surface and destroying the data when there is a failure nor to wear from reading.

  • Page 165

    A p p e n d i c e s Disk Operating System (MS-DOS is a ® Microsoft disk operating system). ® Driver A computer program which converts applica- tion and operating system commands to external devices into the exact form required by a specific brand and model of device in order to produce the desired results from that particular equipment.

  • Page 166

    An abbreviation for infrared. IrDA Infrared Data Association. An organization which produces standards for communication using infrared as the carrier. Interrupt Request. An acronym for the hard- ware signal to the CPU that an external event has occurred which needs to be processed. Kilobyte.

  • Page 167

    A p p e n d i c e s MMX Technology MMX technology is an Intel processor enhance- ment that improves multimedia and communi- cation applications. The Pentium processor with MMX technology boasts three primary architec- tural design enhancements: 57 powerful new instructions specifically designed to manipulate and process video, audio and graphical data e ciently;...

  • Page 168

    Pixel The smallest element of a display, a dot of color on your display screen. The more pixels per area the clearer your image will ap pear. POST Power On Self Test.A program which is part of the BIOS which checks the configuration and operating condition of your hardware whenever power is applied to your Computer.

  • Page 169

    A p p e n d i c e s Shadow RAM A technique of copying data or applications stored in ROM (Read Only Memory) into RAM (Random Access Memory) for access during actual operation. RAM is much faster to access than ROM, however ROM contents are not lost when power is removed.Shadowing allows permanently stored information to...

  • Page 170: Index

    I n d e x...

  • Page 171

    I n d e x 3D-Stereo ..3–4,48,145,148,152 AC adapter . . 2–3,7,11,13,19–21, 23,26–28, 100,105,146,150,152 AC Adapter indicator ... 20–21 Access indicators... . 22,24,39 Active-Matrix Display .

  • Page 172

    CD-ROM ..2–3,6,14,17–19,21,24, 26,28,36–38,49,52–53,62, 95–96,113,115–117,119,136, 138, 141, 144,146, 148,150, 153,156 CD-ROM access... 21, 117,141 CD-ROM drive . . 2–3,6,17–19,21,26,37,53, 95–96,115–117,119,144,148 CHS Translation ....5, 153 Cigarette lighter .

  • Page 173

    I n d e x Display Stretching....8 DMA ....67,69,74,153 DMA channel .

  • Page 174

    Gigabyte ....154 Hard disk ..41, 43,97,133,146, 150,153–154, 156,158 Hard Disk Timeout ....12 Hard Drive.

  • Page 175

    I n d e x Lithium ion battery . . . 2–3,6–7,9, 11,20,23, 25,27,40,93, 95–96,99–100, 125, 127,141, 146,149, 151,155 Low battery alarm ... . 28,126 LPT Port ... . . 8,15, 151,155 Main Battery .

  • Page 176

    Multi-function bay ..3–7,9–10,34, 93,95, 105,118,127 Multimedia device ....19 NTSC ..3,6,10, 33,76,103–104, 145, 148–149,156 NumLk ..... 19 Numeric keypad .

  • Page 177

    I n d e x Power switch ..4,7,20–25,28,43,52, 80, 86,95,99–100,107–110, 114, 119,123–126,135,137 PowerPanel ..27,39, 41–44,46, 147,150 PowerPanel Toolbar ..27, 41,43–44 Pre-installed software .

  • Page 178

    Shadow RAM ....135,158 Shortcut Menu....26 Shorted batteries....27 Shutdown .

  • Page 179

    I n d e x Time ..13–15,24–27,29,31–32,37–38, 44–45,47,52–53,56–57, 64,84–85, 87, 96–97, 100,104, 108–111,128, 130–131, 135, 140,146, 149–150,152–153,157–158 Touch sensitive ....6,29 Touchpad .

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