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  • Page 1

    Mi l p i t a s , CA 95035 Tel eph on e : (408) 935-8800 Decl a res that produ ct : Model : L i fe Book 690Tx. Complies with Pa rt 15 of the FCC Ru l e s .

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    C A U T I O N Changes or modification not expressly appro v e d by Fujitsu PC Corporation could void this user’s authority to operate the equipment. FCC NOTICES Notice to Users of Radios and Television These limits are de s i gn ed to provi de re a s on a ble pro tec- ti on against harmful interferen ce in a re s i den tial instal- l a ti on .

  • Page 3

    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. Con n ecti on to party lines is su bj ect to state tari f fs . Con t act your state’s public uti l i ty com m i s s i on ,p u bl i c s ervi ce com m i s s i on or corpora ti on com m i s s i on for m ore inform a ti on .

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

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Restarting The System... . . 29 Fujitsu Welcome Center ... . 29 Batteries ....29 Integrated Touchpad Pointing Device .

  • Page 8

    APPENDIX A SPECIFICATIONS Warranty ....168 Lifebook 690Tx with LAN Enhancement Unit Specifications ..168 Environmental Requirements ..171 Approvals .

  • Page 9

    P r e f a c e L i f e B o o k 6 0 0 S e r i e s f r o m F u j i t s u ™...

  • Page 10: Preface

    P r e f a c e PREFACE The LifeBook 600 Series from Fujitsu PC Corporation is a powerful ultra flexible thin and light notebook computer. It is powered by an Intel Pentium microprocessor with MMX tech- nology, has a built-in color display, an internal modem and comes with a LAN Enhancement Unit with built-in floppy disk drive,CD-ROM...

  • Page 11

    L i f e B o o k 6 0 0 S e r i e s f r o m F u j i t s u Figure P-1 LifeBook 600 Series with Both Fujitsu and Third Party Options...

  • Page 12

    S et tin g U p Yo u r Li f eB oo k 6 0 0 Ser ie s Unpacking ....2 Overview of LifeBook 600 Series Features .

  • Page 13: Section One

    SETTING UP YOUR LIFEBOOK 600 SERIES FROM FUJITSU This section describes how to set up your LifeBook 600 Series from Fujitsu. We strongly recommend that you read it before using your notebook – even if you are already familiar with notebook computers.

  • Page 14

    Figure 1-4 LAN Enhancement Unit Once you have checked and confirmed that your notebook system is complete, connect the AC adapter and follow the instructions starting on page 17 to accept the conditions for using the LifeBook 600 Series. When you have completed the setup process please register your notebook.

  • Page 15

    S e c t i o n O n e Hot swap PS/2 connection for an external keyboard and an external mouse. Serial port. Parallel port. External Monitor port. DC Power jack. Full audio and video features: 16-bit SoundBlaster-compatible sound chip. 3D-Stereo for multiple speaker effects.

  • Page 16: Component Identification

    Status Indicator Panel Speaker Keyboard Touchpad Pointing Device Enhancement Unit Alignment Hole Display Panel Latch Enhancement Unit Alignment Hole S e t t i n g U p Y o u r L i f e B o o k 6 0 0 S e r i e s Display Brightness Control...

  • Page 17: Left-side Panel Components

    S e c t i o n O n e Suspend/Resume Button The Suspend/Resume button allows you to sus- pend notebook activity without turning off the notebook power, and to return it to an active state. This feature saves power, and is particu- larly useful when the notebook is running only on battery power.

  • Page 18: Right-side Panel Components

    Volume Stereo Line RJ-11 Control In Jack Headphone Microphone Theft Prevention Lock Slot Jack Jack Figure 1-8 LifeBook 600 Series Right-side Panel RIGHT-SIDE PANEL COMPONENTS Theft Prevention Lock Slot This is a slot that allows you to attach a physical lock down device.

  • Page 19: Rear Panel Components

    S e c t i o n O n e Infrared Dual USB Parallel External External Port Port Port Monitor Port Floppy Disk Drive Port DC Power Jack External Connector Cover External Battery Battery Locking Slot PS/2 Port Port Cover Locking Slot Figure 1-9 LifeBook 600 Series Rear Panel REAR PANEL COMPONENTS...

  • Page 20: Bottom Components

    External Battery Locking Indentations Docking External Port Battery Port Unit Docking Label Memory Lock Slot Upgrade Docking Compartment Lock Slot Internal Internal Battery Hard Drive Compartment Compartment Figure 1-10 LifeBook 600 Series Bottom BOTTOM COMPONENTS External Battery Locking Indentations These indentations mate with the latches on the external battery to provide secure mating between the battery and your notebook.

  • Page 21: Lan Enhancement Unit

    S e c t i o n O n e Docking Latch Left Speaker Enhancement Unit Alignment Pins CD-ROM Drive Floppy Disk Drive Docking Indicator Undock Request Button External Battery Compartment Docking Connector Latch Release Lever Docking Latch Right Speaker Figure 1-11 LAN Enhancement Unit Front View LAN ENHANCEMENT UNIT LAN ENHANCEMENT UNIT FRONT...

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    Latch Release Levers The Latch Release levers,(one on each side of the LAN Enhancement Unit), operate the Docking latches. (Figure 1-11.) CD-ROM Drive This drive provides CD-ROM input to your notebook. (Figure 1-11.) C A U T I O N Do not operate the CD-ROM drive unless your LAN Enhancement Unit is sitting on a flat, level surface.

  • Page 23: Lan Enhancement Unit Rear Components

    S e c t i o n O n e Dual USB Port Anti-theft Lock Slot Anti-theft Lock Tab Keyboard PS/2 Port Mouse PS/2 Port MIDI/Joystick Port Serial Port Stereo Line Out Jack Parallel Port Composite Video Jack Enhancement Unit Alignment Pins Left Speaker DC Power Jack...

  • Page 24: Lan Enhancement Unit Bottom Components

    Keyboard PS/2 Port The port allows you to connect an external PS/2 keyboard or numeric keypad. (Figure 1-12.) Mouse PS/2 Port The port allows you to connect an external PS/2 mouse. (Figure 1-12.) MIDI/Joystick Port (MPU-401) This port allows you to connect a music synthe- sizer, game joystick, or other MIDI device to your notebook via a custom adapter cable which is included with your notebook.

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    S e c t i o n O n e Figure 1-14 Connecting the AC Adapter to your Notebook Connecting the Power Adapters The AC adapter or an optional auto/airline adapter provides power for operating your notebook, with or without the LAN Enhancement Unit, and charging the batteries.

  • Page 26: Data Security

    Figure 1-15 Connecting the AC Adapter to your LAN Enhancement Unit To Connect the AC Adapter to your LAN Enhancement Unit 1.Plug the DC output cable of the AC adapter into the DC power jack on the rear panel of your LAN Enhancement Unit.

  • Page 27: Starting Your Notebook For The First Time

    When you turn on your notebook for the first time it will display a Fujitsu logo 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

    Conditions of Use The first time you start your notebook you must confirm your acceptance of the copyright limitations for your pre-installed software. After you complete the Condition of Use process these screens will not appear again. There are six (6) screens to read carefully and respond to. You cannot use your notebook until this Condition of Use process is completed.

  • Page 29

    S e c t i o n O n e Certificate of Authenticity Look in the box that your notebook came in and you will find a Windows 95 Certificate of Authenticity shrink w rapped with the Windows 95 User’s manual.On the certificate you will find a bar-code with a number above it.

  • Page 30: User Registration

    3. Telephone registration by calling the Fujitsu PC servi ce and su pport line at 1 - 8 0 0 - 8 F U J I TS U (1-800-838-5487). S e t t i n g U p Y o u r L i f e B o o k 6 0 0 S e r i e s...

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    Restarting the System ... . 29 Fujitsu Welcome Center ... 29 Batteries ....29 Integrated Touchpad Pointing Device.

  • Page 32: Section Two

    S e c t i o n T w o SECTION TWO USING YOUR LIFEBOOK 600 SERIES FROM FUJITSU This section describes the indicators, buttons, connections and operating modes of your LifeBook 600 Series and their use. Figure 2-1 Opening the Display Panel...

  • Page 33: Status Indicator Panel

    U s i n g Y o u r L i f e B o o k 6 0 0 S e r i e s Figure 2-3 Status Indicator Panel L i f e B o o k 6 0 0 S e r i e s f r o m F u j i t s u STATUS INDICATOR PANEL The Status Indicator panel is located in the recess just above the keyboard.

  • Page 34

    S e c t i o n T w o C A U T I O N Your notebook must be turned off with the power switch to prevent all current draw. AC Adapter Indicator The AC Adapter indicator tells you whether the system is operating on an AC or auto/airline adapter, or is running on batteries alone.

  • Page 35

    U s i n g Y o u r L i f e B o o k 6 0 0 S e r i e s CD-ROM Access Indicator 76% – 100% The CD-ROM access indicator tells you the CD-ROM drive is being accessed. The CD-ROM drive Access indicator will flash when the soft- ware tries to access an audio CD or a CD-ROM 51% –...

  • Page 36

    S e c t i o n T w o 10. Click on the Settings tab. 11. Click on the automatic insertion n o t i fi cation box to toggle it off. 12. Click on O K. 13. Click on OK in the system properties dialogue box.

  • Page 37: 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. (Figure 2-5.) When you are done working you can leave your notebook in Suspend mode (see page 47), or you can turn it off.

  • Page 38: Power Off

    S e c t i o n T w o After satisfactory completion of the Power On Self Test (POST) your notebook will load your operating system. (See Boot Options on pages 67- 68 to see which kind of disk will be the s ource.) C A U T I O N Never turn off your notebook during Power On Self Test (POST) or it will...

  • Page 39: Restarting The System

    L i f e B o o k 6 0 0 S e r i e s f r o m F u j i t s u FUJITSU WELCOME CENTER The Fujitsu Welcome Center is an icon on your Windows 95 desktop. Clicking on it gives...

  • Page 40

    S e c t i o n T w o When used at temperatures that exceed a low of 5°C or a high of 35°C. High tempera- tures not only reduce charging efficiency, but can also cause battery deterioration. (The Charging icon on the Status Indicator panel will flash when you try to charge a battery that is outside its operating temperature range.)

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    Recharging the Batteries If you want to check the condition of either the internal Lithium ion Smart battery or the exter- nal Lithium ion Smart battery, check the Battery Level indicators located on the Status Indicator panel. These indicators change as the battery levels change.

  • Page 42: Integrated Touchpad Pointing Device

    S e c t i o n T w o battery alarm le vel will send your notebook into Suspend mode,it will not go to Save-to-Disk mode. (Figure 2-3 on page 23.) C A U T I O N You may not be able to hear the audio alarms if the volume control is set too low or is turned off by either hardware or software but you will still be able to...

  • Page 43

    Cursor Control Left Button Right Button Figure 2-6 Touchpad Pointing Device A light pre s su re with the tip of your fin gern a i l is all that is requ i red to opera te the to u ch p ad . Pencil era s ers , etc .

  • Page 44: Using The Keyboard

    S e c t i o n T w o C A U T I O N If the interval between clicks is too long, the double-click will not be executed. P O I N T The interval between clicks for double clicking, and other parameters of pointing and selecting, can be adjusted with the selections in the dialog box of the mouse...

  • Page 45

    Function Keys Extended Start Key Numeric Keypad Function Key U s i n g Y o u r L i f e B o o k 6 0 0 S e r i e s Start Key Application Key Cursor Keys Figure 2-9 Keyboard L i f e B o o k 6 0 0 S e r i e s f r o m F u j i t s u Numeric KeyPad...

  • Page 46: Volume Control

    S e c t i o n T w o Cursor Keys The cursor keys are the four arrow keys on the keyboard which allow you to move the cursor , down , left and right as your application allows. (Figure 2-9.) P O I N T The integrated touchpad pointing device and/or an external mouse are also used...

  • Page 47: Floppy Disk Drive

    other application software volume setting will not produce sound.One easy operating method is to use the hardware and ESS AudioRack vol- ume controls to set an upper limit on sound level and then make fine adjustments with other application software. C A U T I O N The ESS AudioRack volume setting sets the maximum volume level of the...

  • Page 48

    S e c t i o n T w o P O I N T When there is no floppy disk in the drive, the eject button is flush with the front of your LAN Enhancement Unit. Ejecting a Floppy Disk To eject a disk, check that the Floppy Disk Drive Access indicator is Off, (see page 26) and press the Eject button.

  • Page 49: Cd-rom Drive

    Keep the floppy disk drive and disks out of d i rect su n l i ght and aw ay from heating equ i pm en t . Avoid storing the floppy disk drive in locations subject to shock and vibration. Avoid using the floppy disk drive and disks in damp and dusty locations.

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    S e c t i o n T w o C A U T I O N Do not operate your CD-ROM drive unless your notebook and LAN Enhancement Unit combination is sitting on a flat surface. Using a disk when the drive is not level may damage the drive or prevent proper operation.

  • Page 51: Hard Drive

    If a disk is dirty, use only a CD-ROM cleaner or wipe it with a clean,soft,lint free cloth starting from the inner edge and wiping to the outer edge. HARD DRIVE The internal hard drive capacity is dependent on which model you are using. See Appendix A (pages 152-156) for model information.

  • Page 52

    S e c t i o n T w o Figure 2-14 Suspend/Resume Button Using the Suspend/Resume Button When your notebook is active, the Suspend/ Resume button, (Figure 1-6 on page 5), can be used to manually put your notebook into Suspend mode, or into the Save-to-Disk mode.

  • Page 53

    P O I N T If your notebook is active when you enter the Suspend mode or Save-to-Disk mode, changes to open files are not lost. The files are left open and memory is kept active during Suspend mode or the memory is transferred to the internal hard drive during Save-to-Disk mode.

  • Page 54

    S e c t i o n T w o (This group is set from PowerPanel.) Presentation. Green PC. AC Profile. Word Processing. Communication. Games. The activation choices are: System Suspend. System Save-to-Disk. System Standby. Hard Disk Standby. Modem Power Toggle. Video Standby.

  • Page 55

    MAXIMUM BATTERY LIFE PROFILE The Maximum Battery Life profile is a factory installed combination of timeouts and other power savings parameters read directly from the BIOS,and chosen as the settings that will produce the longest possible battery life. MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE PROFILE The Maximum Performance profile is a factory installed combination of timeouts and other power savings parameters read directly from...

  • Page 56

    S e c t i o n T w o GAMES PROFILE The Games profile is a factory installed combi- nation of timeouts and other power savings parameters chosen as the settings that will pro- duce superior performance with reasonable bat- tery life when playing games on your notebook.

  • Page 57

    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. When you resume operation from Suspend mode, it returns to the point in the operation where it left off, before going into the mode.

  • Page 58

    S e c t i o n T w o P O I N T The main advantage of using the Save-to- Disk function is that power is not re q u i re d to maintain your data. This is part i c u l a r l y i m p o rtant if you will be leaving your note- book in a suspended state for a pro l o n g e d period of time.

  • Page 59: Internal Modem

    will cause your notebook to return to normal operation automatically. This feature is inde- pendent of the Suspend/Resume button. This parameter is enabled and disabled in the BIOS setup utility. 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: Infrared Port

    S e c t i o n T w o C A U T I O N Your internal modem is designed to allow faster downloads from K56flex compliant digital sources. Maximum achievable download transmission rates may not re a c h 56 Kbps and will vary with line conditions.

  • Page 61

    All of the pre-installed software can be accessed from the Program folder of the Windows 95 Start menu or from the folders above the ‘Programs’ folder in the Start menu; Communications Software, Internet Software, Multimedia Software, Service and Support Software,and System Management Software. If you aren’t sure what software is pre-installed check the Program folder.

  • Page 62

    P O I N T If you have an Internet connection configured on your notebook, you can connect to our Service and Support Web site quickly by selecting the ‘Fujitsu Service and Support Web site’ icon in the ‘Service and Support Software’ folder.

  • Page 63

    Con f iguri ng You r Lif eBo o k 6 00 Series Boot Sequence ....54 Identifying the Drives ... . . 54 BIOS Setup Utility .

  • Page 64: Section Three

    BOOT SEQUENCE Each time you power up or restart your LifeBook 600 Series,it goes through a quiet boot sequence that displays a Fujitsu logo until your operating system is loaded. During quiet boot, your notebook is performing a standard boot sequence including a Power On Self Test (POST).

  • 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 F2 key. 3. The Main Menu of the setup utility appears with the current settings of the parameters displayed.

  • Page 66

    S e c t i o n T h r e e 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 settings stored in your BIOS memory, or there is a failure in the system,the system beeps and/or displays an error message after the...

  • Page 67: Navigating Through The Setup Utility

    NAVIGATING THROUGH THE SETUP UTILITY The BIOS setup utility consists of seven menus; MAIN,ADVANCED, SECURITY, POWER BOOT, INFO and EXIT. The remainder of Section Three explains each menu in turn including all submenus and setup items. The following procedures allow you to navigate the setup utility menus: 1.

  • Page 68: Main Menu - Setting Standard 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 preced- ing instructions for Navigating Through The Setup Utility to make any changes.

  • Page 69

    Table 3-1 Fields, Options and Defaults for the Main Menu Menu Field Options System Time: — System Date: — Diskette A: 1.44/1.25 MB, 3 "; Disabled. Primary Master: Selects the Primary Master Adapter submenu. C o n f i g u r i n g Y o u r L i f e B o o k 6 0 0 S e r i e s Default Description —...

  • Page 70

    S e c t i o n T h r e e Table 3-1 Fields, Options and Defaults for the Main Menu Menu Field Options Secondary Master: Selects the Secondary Master Adapter Submenu. System Memory: — Extended Memory: — Memory Cache: Selects the Memory Cache Submenu.

  • Page 71

    L i f e B o o k 6 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 6 0 0 S e r i e s Master Adapter –...

  • Page 72

    S e c t i o n T h r e e Table 3-2 Fields, Options and Defaults for the Master Adapter Submenu Menu Field Options Type: Auto; None; CD-ROM; User. Cylinders: (Available to A number between change only when Type = 0 and 65,535.

  • Page 73

    Table 3-2 Fields, Options and Defaults for the Master Adapter Submenu Menu Field Options Head: (Available to A number between change only when 1 and 16. Type = User. Displayed when Type = Auto and a hard drive is detected Not displayed for other selections.) Sectors:(Available...

  • Page 74

    S e c t i o n T h r e e Table 3-2 Fields, Options and Defaults for the Master Adapter Submenu Menu Field Options Multi-Sector Transfers: Disabled; 2 Sectors; (Available to change only 4 Sectors; 8 Sectors; when Type = User or 16 Sectors;MAX 32;...

  • Page 75

    Table 3-2 Fields, Options and Defaults for the Master Adapter Submenu Menu Field Options Transfer Mode: (Available Standard, Fast to change only when PIO 1; Fast PIO 2; Type= User or CD-ROM. Fast PIO 3; Fast PIO 4; Displayed when Type= Fast PIO 3/DMA;...

  • Page 76

    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 77

    L i f e B o o k 6 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 6 0 0 S e r i e s Memory Cache –...

  • Page 78

    S e c t i o n T h r e e Table 3-3 Fields, Options and Defaults for the Memory Cache Submenu Menu Field Options External Cache: Enabled; Disabled. Exiting from the Main Menu When you have finished setting the parameters on this menu, you can either exit from the setup utility, or move to another menu.

  • Page 79: Advanced Menu - Setting Device Feature Controls

    ADVANCED MENU – SETTING DEVICE FEATURE CONTROLS The Advanced Menu allows you to: Set the I/O addresses for the ports. Set the communication modes. Set audio function I/O address,interrupt level and DMA channel. Select between the display panel and an external CRT display.

  • Page 80

    S e c t i o n T h r e e Table 3-4 Field Names, Options and Defaults for the Advanced Menu Menu Field Options Pug & Play O/S: Yes; No. Secured Setup Yes; No. Configurations: I/O Device Selects the I/O Device. Configuration: Configuration submenu.

  • Page 81

    L i f e B o o k 6 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 6 0 0 S e r i e s C A U T I O N I/O addresses, DMA channels and Interrupt levels can be entered in various...

  • Page 82

    S e c t i o n T h r e e I/O Device Configuration Submenu of the Advanced Menu The I/O Devi ce Con fig u ra ti on su bm enu provi de s the abi l i ty to set the I/O ad d resses and interru pt l evels for ports of your noteboo k .

  • Page 83

    Table 3-5 Fields, Options and Defaults for the I/O Device Configuration Submenu Menu Field Options Serial port A: Auto; Disabled;Enabled. Base I/O address: 3F8; 2F8; 3E8; 2E8. (Displayed only when serial port A is set to Enabled.) Interrupt:(Displayed only IRQ 4;IRQ 10; when serial port A is set IRQ 11;...

  • Page 84

    S e c t i o n T h r e e Table 3-5 Fields, Options and Defaults for the I/O Device Configuration Submenu Menu Field Options Serial port B: Auto; Disabled;Enabled. Mode:(Displayed if FIR; IrDA. serial port B is not disabled.) Base I/O address: 2E8;...

  • Page 85

    Table 3-5 Fields, Options and Defaults for the I/O Device Configuration Submenu Menu Field Options DMA channel:(Displayed DMA 3;DMA 1. only when serial port B is set to Enabled.) Parallel port: Auto; Disabled;Enabled. Mode:(Displayed if Bi-directional; ECP, the parallel port is Output only.

  • Page 86

    S e c t i o n T h r e e Table 3-5 Fields, Options and Defaults for the I/O Device Configuration Submenu Menu Field Options Base I/O address: 378; 278; 3BC. (Displayed only when the parallel port is set to Enabled.) Interrupt:(Displayed IRQ 7;IRQ 5.

  • Page 87

    L i f e B o o k 6 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 6 0 0 S e r i e s Keyboard/Mouse Features Submenu of the Advanced Menu The Keyboard/Mouse Features submenu is for...

  • Page 88

    S e c t i o n T h r e e Table 3-6 Fields, Options and Defaults of the Keyboard/Mouse Submenu Menu Field Options Numlock: Off; On; Auto. Hot Plug: Enabled; Disabled. Internal Pointing Device: Auto Disabled; Always Enabled. Default Description [Auto]...

  • Page 89

    Multimedia Device Submenu of the Advanced Menu The Multimedia Device submenu is for setting the features of the built-in audio, game and other multimedia functions. Follow the instruc- tions for Navigating Through the Setup Utility to make any changes. (See page 57.) Table 3-7 shows the names of the menu fields for the Multimedia Device submenu,all of the options for each field,the default settings and...

  • Page 90

    S e c t i o n T h r e e Table 3-7 Fields, Options and Defaults of the Multimedia Device Configuration Submenu Menu Field Options Multimedia device: Enabled; Disabled. Sound: (Displayed only Enabled; Auto; Disabled. when multimedia is enabled.) Base I/O address: 220 –...

  • Page 91

    Table 3-7 Fields, Options and Defaults of the Multimedia Device Configuration Submenu Menu Field Options Interrupt:(Displayed IRQ 5;IRQ 7; IRQ 9; only when multimedia IRQ 10;IRQ 11. and sound are both enabled.) DMA channel:(Displayed DMA 0; DMA 1; only when multimedia an DMA 3;...

  • Page 92

    S e c t i o n T h r e e Video Features Submenu of the Advanced Menu The Video Features Submenu is for setting the display parameters. Follow the instructions for Navigating Through the Setup Utility to make any changes.

  • Page 93

    Table 3-8 Fields, Options and Defaults for the Video Features Submenu Menu Field Options Display: Flat-Panel; CRT; Simultaneous. Compensation: Enabled; Disabled. C o n f i g u r i n g Y o u r L i f e B o o k 6 0 0 S e r i e s Default Description [Flat-Panel]...

  • Page 94

    S e c t i o n T h r e e PCI Configuration Submenu of the Advanced Menu The PCI Configuration Submenu is for enabling and disabling the internal modem and setting the interrupt options for legacy ISA devices. Follow the instructions for Navigating Through the Setup Utility to make any changes.

  • Page 95

    Table 3-9 Fields, options and Defaults for the PCI Configuration Submenu Menu Field Options IRQ Reservation: Selects the IRQ Reservation Submenu. Internal Modem: Enabled; Disabled. C o n f i g u r i n g Y o u r L i f e B o o k 6 0 0 S e r i e s Default Description —...

  • Page 96

    S e c t i o n T h r e e IRQ Reservation Submenu of the PCI Configuration Submenu The IRQ Reservation Submenu is for reserving interrupts for legacy ISA devices. Follow the instructions for Navigating Through the Setup Utility to make any changes.

  • Page 97

    Table 3-10 Fields, options and Defaults for the IRQ Reservation Submenu Menu Field Options IRQ 3: Available; Reserved. IRQ 4: Available; Reserved. IRQ 5: Available; Reserved. IRQ 7: Available; Reserved. IRQ 9: Available; Reserved. IRQ 10: Available; Reserved. IRQ 11: Available;...

  • Page 98

    S e c t i o n T h r e e DMI Event Logging Submenu of the Advanced Menu The DMI Event Logging Submenu is for setting up the logs DMI event logging. Follow the instructions for Navigating Through the Setup Utility to make any changes.

  • Page 99

    Table 3-11 Fields, options and Defaults for the DMI Event Logging Submenu Menu Field Options Event log capacity: Display only. Event log validity: Display only. Clear all DMI event logs: Yes; No. Event Logging: Enabled; Disabled. System Boot Event: Enabled; Disabled. C o n f i g u r i n g Y o u r L i f e B o o k 6 0 0 S e r i e s Default Description...

  • Page 100

    S e c t i o n T h r e e ACPI Features Submenu of the Advanced Menu The ACPI Features Submenu is for setting up Advanced Configuration and Power Interface parameters in Windows. Follow the instructions for Navigating Through the Setup Utility to make any changes.

  • Page 101

    Table 3-12 Fields, options and Defaults for the ACPI Features Submenu Menu Field Options Enable ACPI: Yes; No. Battery Management: Standard Driver; Smart Battery Driver. Exiting from the Advanced Menu When you have finished setting the parame ters on the Advanced Menu, you can either exit from setup utility or move to another menu.

  • Page 102: Security Menu - Setting The Security Features

    S e c t i o n T h r e e SECURITY MENU – SETTING THE SECURITY FEATURES The Security menu allows you to set up the data security features of your notebook to fit your operating needs and to view the current data security configuration.

  • Page 103

    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. C A U T I O N Entering a password incorrectly 3 times in a row will cause the keyboard and...

  • Page 104

    S e c t i o n T h r e e Table 3-13 Fields, Options and Defaults for the Security Menu Menu Field Options Supervisor Password is: — User Password is: — Set Supervisor Password: [Enter] Set User Password: [Enter] C o n f i g u r i n g Y o u r L i f e B o o k 6 0 0 S e r i e s Default...

  • Page 105

    Table 3-13 Fields, Options and Defaults for the Security Menu Menu Field Options Diskette access: All; Supervisor Only. Password on boot: Enabled; Disabled. Power Management Enabled; Disabled. Sec u ri ty: Fixed disk boot sector: Normal; Write Protect. C o n f i g u r i n g Y o u r L i f e B o o k 6 0 0 S e r i e s Default Description [All]...

  • Page 106

    S e c t i o n T h r e e Table 3-13 Fields, Options and Defaults for the Security Menu Menu Field Options Fixed disk security: — Primary Master: Enabled; Disabled. Secondary Master: Enabled; Disabled. Default Description — —...

  • Page 107

    P O I N T Boot sector protection must be set to [ N o r m a l ] to install or upgrade an operating system. Exiting from the Security Menu When you have finished setting the parame ters on the Security Menu, you can either exit from setup utility or move to another menu.

  • Page 108: Power Menu - Setting Power Management Feature Controls

    S e c t i o n T h r e e POWER MENU – SETTING POWER MANAGEMENT FEATURE CONTROLS The Power menu allows you to set and change the power management parameters. Follow the instructions for Navigating Through the Setup Utility to make any changes.

  • Page 109

    Table x-xx Table 3-14 Fields, Options and Defaults for the Power Menu. Menu Field Options Power Savings: Customized; Maximum Performance; Maximum Power Savings, Disabled. Hard Disk Timeout: 30 seconds to 20 minutes; Off. Video Timeout: 2 minutes to 20 minutes; Off. Idle Mode: On;...

  • Page 110

    S e c t i o n T h r e e Table 3-14 Fields, Options and Defaults for the Power Menu. Table x-xx Menu Field Options Standby Timeout: 1 minute to 16 minutes; Off. Auto Suspend Timeout: 5 to 60 minutes; Off. Suspend Mode: Suspend;...

  • Page 111

    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. C o n f i g u r i n g Y o u r L i f e B o o k 6 0 0 S e r i e s C A U T I O N In Save-to-Disk mode there is no indication on the Status Indicator to let...

  • Page 112

    S e c t i o n T h r e e Table x-xx Table 3-14 Fields, Options and Defaults for the Power Menu. Menu Field Options Auto Save to Disk: Off; After 1 Hour. Resume On On; Off. Modem Ring: Resume On Time: On;...

  • Page 113

    Factory Installed Values for Power Saving Profiles Table x-xx Profile Hard Disk Timeout Customized: Off. Maximum 30 seconds. Power Savings: Maximum Off. Performance: Disabled: Off. Sample Customized Profile: 2 Minutes. (To get even better battery life keep the display and volume settings as low as possible by using this custom setting.)

  • Page 114

    S e c t i o n T h r e e Advanced Features Submenu of the Power Menu The Advanced Features submenu is for setting some non-time related power saving parame- ters. Follow the instructions for Navigating Through the Setup Utility to make any changes. (See page 57.) Table 3-15 shows the names of the menu fields for the Video Features submenu,all of the...

  • Page 115

    Table 3-15 Fields, Options and Defaults for the Advanced Features Submenu of the Power Menu Menu Field Options SUS/RES Switch: Enabled; Disabled. Lid Closure Suspend: On; Off. Lid Open Resume: On; Off. Resume on LAN: On; Off. AMU CPU Idle Mode: Low Power;...

  • Page 116: Boot Menu - Selecting The Operating System Source

    S e c t i o n T h r e e BOOT MENU – SELECTING THE OPERATING SYSTEM SOURCE The Boot Menu is used to select the order in which the BIOS searches sources for the operating system. Table 3-16 shows the names of the menu fields for the Boot menu,all of the options for each field, the default settings and a description of the field's function and any special information...

  • Page 117

    Turns on and off booting with a truncated set of Power On Self Test.(Fewer tests mean faster turn on.) [Disabled] Turns on and off display of test results instead of Fujitsu logo screen during Power On Self Test. [Disabled] Turns on and off the preboot execution environment feature.

  • Page 118

    S e c t i o n T h r e e The Boot Device Priority Submenu of the Boot Menu The Boot Device Priority Submenu is for set- ting the order of checking of sources for the operating system. Follow the instructions for Navigating Through the Setup Utility to make any changes.

  • Page 119

    Table 3-17 Fields, Options and Defaults for the Boot Device Priority Submenu Menu Field Options 1. Diskette Drive: –— 2. Hard Drive: –— 3. ATAPI CD-ROM Drive: –— Exiting from Boot Menu When you have finished setting the boot para- meters with the Boot menu, you can either exit from the setup utility or move to another menu.

  • Page 120: Info Menu

    S e c t i o n T h r e e INFO MENU The Info menu is a display only menu that provides the configuration information for your notebook. Table 3-18 shows the names of the menu fields for the Info menu,all the options for each field, the default settings and a descrip tion of the field’s function and any special information needed to help understand the field’s use.

  • Page 121

    Table 3-18 Fields, Options and Defaults for the Info Menu Menu Field Options BIOS Version: — BIOS Date: — BIOS Area: — CPU Type: — CPU Speed: — L1 Cache: — L2 Cache: — Total Memory: — On Board: — DIMM: —...

  • Page 122: Exit Menu - Leaving The Setup Utility

    S e c t i o n T h r e e EXIT MENU – LEAVING THE SETUP UTILITY The Exit Menu is used to leave the setup utility. Follow the instructions for Navigating Through the Setup Utility to make any changes. (See page 57.) Table 3-19 shows the names of the menu fields for the Exit menu,all of the options for each...

  • Page 123

    Table x-xx Table 3-19 Fields, Options and Defaults for the Exit Menu. Menu Field Options Exit Saving Ch a n ge s : — Exit Discarding Changes: — Load Setup Defaults: — C o n f i g u r i n g Y o u r L i f e B o o k 6 0 0 S e r i e s Default Description —...

  • Page 124

    S e c t i o n T h r e e Table 3-19 Fields, Options and Defaults for the Exit Menu. Table x-xx Menu Field Options Discard Changes: — Save Changes: — Default Description — Selecting Discard Changes will load the previous values in BIOS memory for all menu fields.

  • Page 125: Setting Up Your Save-to-disk File Allocation

    1. Restart your notebook in MS-DOS mode. 2. At the DOS prompt type CD C:\Fujitsu 3. Type P H D I S K 4. Press the Enter key. L i f e B o o k 6 0 0 S e r i e s f r o m F u j i t s u...

  • Page 126

    To remove all space allocation for the Save-to-Disk function, do the following: 1.Go to the Start Menu and select MS-DOS Prompt. 2. Type CD C:\Fujitsu 3. Type PHDISK /DELETE /FILE 4. Press the Enter key. The utility will remove the space allocation for the Save-to-Disk function and free that space for other use.

  • Page 127

    U s e r I n s t a l l a b l e F e a t u r e s LAN Enhancement Unit ... 119 External Installation of a Floppy Disk Drive .

  • Page 128: Section Four

    S e c t i o n F o u r SECTION FOUR USER INSTALLABLE FEATURES Your LifeBook 600 Series has a number of user installable features. This section describes how to install and remove equipment for each of the expansion features.

  • Page 129: Lan Enhancement Unit

    P O I N T You can not switch to the TV display by pressing the Fn + F10 keys, however you can return to the notebook display panel using those keys. To start the TV display you must use the Windows 95 Control Panel Display dialog box.

  • Page 130

    S e c t i o n F o u r Theft PS/2 Keyboard Prevention Port PS/2 Mouse Slot Port MIDI/Joystick Port Stereo Line Out Jack Dual USB Port Composite Video Jack Theft Prevention Serial Port DC Power Jack Parallel External Port Monitor Port...

  • Page 131

    Base Enhancement Unit ports and jacks. Figure 4-5 Locking Your Notebook in an Enhancement Unit Hot Docking/Undocking your LifeBook 690Tx Your LifeBook 690Tx comes with a new hot docking/undocking feature for the LAN Enhancement Unit. To Remove Your Notebook from an Enhancement Unit 1.

  • Page 132

    S e c t i o n F o u r notebook in an Enhancement Unit. You do not have to suspend your notebook to dock it again, but make sure you firmly seat the notebook on the docking connector. (If you do not see the window telling you that Windows is re-configuring docking states, you are not properly docked.)

  • Page 133: External Installation Of A Floppy Disk Drive

    EXTERNAL INSTALLATION OF A FLOPPY DISK DRIVE To install an optional external floppy disk drive, you must purchase an optional external floppy disk drive. To Connect An Optional External Floppy Disk Drive: 1. Close all files and exit all applications. 2.

  • Page 134

    S e c t i o n F o u r 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.

  • Page 135: Pc Cards

    PC CARDS PC Cards perform a wide variety of functions, and are ideal for mobile computers. Some available PC Cards: Fax/data modem cards (Type II). Local area network (LAN) cards (Type II). Wireless LAN cards (Type II). 1MB and 2MB static RAM (SRAM) cards (Type I).

  • Page 136

    S e c t i o n F o u r Installing PC Cards in Your Notebook PC cards are installed in the PC Card slot in the left side panel of your notebook. Some PC Cards will not work when all possible devices are enabled.

  • Page 137: Theft Prevention Locks

    Removing PC Cards If you wish to remove or replace the PC Card, use the following procedure: 1.Shutdown operation of the card. 2. Click on the PC Card indicator on the Windows taskbar. From the PC Card Properties Window: 3. Select the card to be removed and click on the Stop button.

  • Page 138: Midi/joystick Devices

    S e c t i o n F o u r Figure 4-11 Installing a MIDI/Joystick Device MIDI/JOYSTICK DEVICES To connect a MIDI/Joystick Device: (MIDI/joystick devices are installed on the LAN Enhancement Unit,there is no port on your notebook itself.) 1.

  • Page 139: Keyboard

    KEYBOARD Make sure the connector on your device is the correct PS/2 type. Align the arrow on the con- nector to point to the bottom of your notebook and push it in until the c onnector seats in the port on the rear panel of your notebook or of the LAN Enhancement Unit.A keyboard or keypad may be installed and will be automati- cally recognized by your notebook without...

  • Page 140: Fast Ethernet Lines

    S e c t i o n F o u r Figure 4-12 Installing a Fast Ethernet Line FAST ETHERNET LINES A fast Ethernet cable (line) can be installed in the bottom of your LAN Enhancement Unit. 1. Align the tab on your RJ-45 Ethernet cable with the notch in the Ethernet port in the bottom of your LAN Enhancement Unit.

  • Page 141: Memory Upgrade Module

    C A U T I O N Pressing F10 while holding down the Fn key allows you to change your selection of where to send your display video. Each time you press the combination of keys you will step to the next choice. The choices, in order, are: built-in display panel only, external monitor only, both built-in display panel and external...

  • Page 142

    S e c t i o n F o u r To Install a Memory Upgrade Module 1. Turn off power to your notebook using the power switch, (see Power Off on page 28), and remove any power adapter (AC or auto/airline).

  • Page 143

    1. Turn on power using the power switch. 2.Enter the setup utility by pressing the F2 key as soon as the Fujitsu logo appears on the screen. (See page 56.) L i f e B o o k 6 0 0 S e r i e s f r o m F u j i t s u 3.

  • Page 144: Internal Battery

    S e c t i o n F o u r If the total memory displayed is not what you believe it should be, check that your memory upgrade module is properly installed. If properly installed and the capacity is not correctly recognized,see the Troubleshooting Section starting on (See page 138.) INTERNAL BATTERY...

  • Page 145: Base Enhancement Unit

    C A U T I O N If you are storing the internal battery screw the screws back into your note- book so that they don’t get lost. To Install the Internal Lithium ion Smart battery 1. Remove the screws of the internal battery compartment.

  • Page 146

    S e c t i o n F o u r Docking Latches External Battery Left Speaker Compartment Latch Release Lever Docking Connector Enhancement Unit Alignment Pins CD-ROM Right Drive Speaker Floppy Disk Drive Docking Indicator Figure 4-17 Base Enhancement Unit Front View Using Your Notebook While It Is Installed In the Base Enhancement Unit There are a few differences you will notice...

  • Page 147

    S e c t i o n F i v e T o u b l e s h o o t i n g Identifying the Problem ... 138 Specific Problems .

  • Page 148: Section Five

    S e c t i o n F i v e SECTION FIVE TROUBLESHOOTING The LifeBook 600 Series from Fujitsu is sturdy and subject to few problems in the field. However, you may encounter simple setup or operating problems that you can solve on the spot, or problems with peripheral devices,that you can solve by replacing the device.

  • Page 149: Specific Problems

    If your are an expe- rienced 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 represen- tative may ask you to setup your notebook for modem operation.

  • Page 150

    S e c t i o n F i v e Symptom 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 151

    Symptom 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. T r o u b l e s h o o t i n g Possible Cause 5.

  • Page 152

    S e c t i o n F i v e Symptom Docking Problems Notebook does not turn on when installed in a LAN Enhancement Unit or Base Enhancement Unit. Floppy Disk Drive Problems You cannot access your floppy disk. Possible Cause 1.

  • Page 153

    Symptom Hard Drive Problems You can not access your hard drive. Keyboard or Mouse Problems The built-in keyboard does not seem to work. T r o u b l e s h o o t i n g Possible Cause 1.

  • Page 154

    S e c t i o n F i v e Symptom 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 be locking up the system. Memory Problems Your power on screen or Main menu of the BIOS setup utility information does not show...

  • Page 155

    Symptom Modem Problems Messages about modem operation. Parallel, Serial,and USB Device Problems You have installed a parallel-port device,a serial- port device or a USB device. Your notebook does not recognize the device, or the device does not seem to work properly. C A U T I O N Due to ongoing changes in USB technology and standards, not all USB devices and/or...

  • Page 156

    S e c t i o n F i v e Symptom PC Card Problems A card inserted in the PC Card slot does not work or is locking up the system. Power Failures You turn on your notebook and nothing seems to happen.

  • Page 157

    Symptom T r o u b l e s h o o t i n g Possible Cause 2. The internal battery is completely discharged, there is no external battery installed and the Power adapter (AC or auto/airline) has no power from the AC outlet,airplane seat jack, or the car’s cigarette lighter.

  • Page 158

    S e c t i o n F i v e Symptom Possible Cause 4. Power switch is already in the On position. 5. The internal battery is faulty, there is no external battery installed and there is no Power adapter (AC or auto/airline) installed. 6.

  • Page 159

    Symptom Your notebook turns off all by itself. T r o u b l e s h o o t i n g Possible Cause 1. The power management parameters are set for auto timeouts which are too short for your operating needs.

  • Page 160

    S e c t i o n F i v e Symptom Your notebook won’t work on battery alone. The batteries seem to discharge too quickly. Possible Cause 1. The installed batteries are dead. 2. The batteries are improperly installed. 3.

  • Page 161

    Symptom Shutdown and Startup Problems The Suspend/Resume button does not work. T r o u b l e s h o o t i n g Possible Cause 3. The brightness is turned all the way up. 4. The batteries are very old. 5.

  • Page 162

    2. The BIOS CMOS hold-up battery has failed. Possible Solution 1. Set the operating source by pressing the Esc key while the Fujitsu logo is on screen or use the F2 key and enter the setup utility and adjust the source settings from the Boot menu on page 95.

  • Page 163

    Symptom 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 C over switch.

  • Page 164

    S e c t i o n F i v e Symptom 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. The application display uses only a portion of your screen and is surrounded by a dark band.

  • Page 165

    Symptom 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. T r o u b l e s h o o t i n g Possible Cause 1.

  • Page 166: Power On Self Test Messages

    S e c t i o n F i v e POWER ON SELF TEST MESSAGES The following is an alphabetic list of error-and- status messages which Phoenix BIOS and/or your operating system can generate and an explanation of each message.Error messages are marked with an *.

  • Page 167

    *Incorrect Drive B type - run SETUP – Type of floppy drive B: not correctly identified in Setup. This means that the floppy disk drive type identified in your Setup Utility does not agree with the t ype detected by the Power On Self Test (POST).

  • Page 168

    S e c t i o n F i v e #*Previous boot incomplete – Default configu- ration used – Previous Power On Self Test (POST) did not complete successfully. Power On Self Test (POST) loads default values and offers to run Setup. If the failure was caused by incorrect values and they are not corrected,the next boot will likely fail also.

  • Page 169: Emergency Cd-rom Drive Tray Release

    L i f e B o o k 6 0 0 S e r i e s f r o m F u j i t s u T r o u b l e s h o o t i n g Figure 5-1 Emergency CD-ROM Tray Release EMERGENCY CD-ROM DRIVE TRAY RELEASE...

  • Page 170: Internal Hard Drive Replacement

    S e c t i o n F i v e INTERNAL HARD DRIVE REPLACEMENT There is a compartment in the bottom of your notebook (see Figure 1-10 on page 9) which contains the internal hard drive. The internal hard drive only needs to be replaced if there is a serious drive failure.

  • Page 171: Modem Setup And Commands

    MODEM SETUP AND COMMANDS The operating system and application software that is factory installed detects the modem characteristics and provides the necessary com- mand strings to operate the modem. The inter- nal modem operation is controlled by generic AT commands from the operating system and application software.

  • Page 172

    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 Caring for Your Notebook..164 Increasing Battery Life .

  • Page 173: Section Six

    S i x SECTION SIX CARE AND MAINTENANCE If you use your LifeBook 600 Series from Fujitsu carefully, you will increase its life and reliability. This section provides some tips for looking after the notebook and the battery. CARING FOR YOUR NOTEBOOK * The LifeBook 600 Series is a durable but sensitive electronic device.

  • Page 174: Increasing Battery Life

    INCREASING BATTERY LIFE To increase battery life: 1. Power your notebook through the AC or opti onal auto / a i rline ad a pter wh en ever po s s i bl e . 2. If your notebook is running on battery power all day, connect it to the AC adapter overnight to recharge the battery.

  • Page 175

    APPENDIX A SPECIFICATIONS ..168 Warranty ....168 LifeBook 690Tx with LAN Enhancement Unit Specifications ..168 Environmental Requirements .

  • Page 176: Appendix A Specifications

    Floppy Disk Drive One fixed 3.5" floppy disk drive which accom- modates a 1.44MB or a 720KB floppy disk. (Built-in the LAN Enhancement Unit.) One optional external floppy disk drive, Fujitsu Model FPCFDD02. Hard Drive One factory installed 4.0GB, 2.5" (12.7 mm) fixed hard drive unit.

  • Page 177

    Audio SoundBlaster-compatible 16-bit stereo PCM/FM sound chip. Spatializer 3D-Stereo multiple speaker effect support. MIDI interface built-in the LAN Enhancement Unit. Stereo headphone jack, 1 Vrms, or less,mini- mum impedance 32 Ohms. Stereo line in jack,880 mVrms or less,mini- mum impedance 10K Ohms. Monaural microphone jack,125 mVp-p or less, minimum impedance 10K Ohms.

  • Page 178

    A p p e n d i c e s One modular RJ-11 telephone line connector. One stereo headphone jack (see Audio specifications). One mono microphone jack (see Audio specifications). One stereo line in jack (see Audio specifications). One DC power jack. LAN Enhancement Unit Two 6-pin mini DIN PS/2 compatible connector, one for external mouse and...

  • Page 179: Environmental Requirements

    CD and hard disk access) in about twelve (12) A p p e n d i c e s hours, using the external Lithium ion battery, Fujitsu Model FPCBP10 in addition to the internal battery. AC Adapter Autosensing 100-240V AC,44.8W, supplying 16V DC to the Notebook, Fujitsu Model FPCAC07 which includes an AC cable.

  • Page 180: Approvals

    DOC (Industry Canada) Certification See statement at the front of the User’s Guide. POPULAR ACCESSORIES Other accessories are available, contact your authorized Fujitsu reseller. Additional External Lithium ion battery, Fujitsu Model FPCBP10. Base Enhancement Unit, Fujitsu Model FPCDS09. The Base Enhancement Unit provides: Floppy disk drive.

  • Page 181: Appendix B Glossary

    APPENDIX B GLOSSARY AC Adapter A device which converts the AC voltage from a wall outlet to the DC voltage ne eded to power your computer. ACPI Advanced Configuration and Power Interface. This is a power management specification developed by Intel, Microsoft,and Toshiba. ACPI enables the operating system to control the amount of power given to each device attached to the computer.

  • Page 182

    A p p e n d i c e s CD-ROM Compact Disc Read Only Memory. This is a form of digital data storage which is read opti- cally 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 crash- ing into the surface and destroying the data when there is a failure nor to wear from reading.

  • Page 183

    Desktop Management Interface. An Application Programming Interface (API) to enable soft- ware to collect information about a computer environment.A DMI program can determine what software and expansion boards are installed on a computer. DMI is designed to be hardware and operating system independent. Disk Operating System (MS-DOS is a Microsoft Disk Operating System).

  • Page 184

    A p p e n d i c e s Intelligent Drive Electronics.A type of control interface for a hard disk drive which is inside the hard disk drive unit. Impedance The amount of resistance to the flow of electric current.

  • Page 185

    Megabyte 1,048,576 bytes (2 raised to the twentieth power). Megahertz 1,000,000 cycles per second. Memory A repository for data and applications which is readily accessible to your computer CPU. Megahertz. MIDI Musical Instrument Digital Interface.A stan- dard communication protocol for exchange of information between computers and sound producers such as synthesizers.

  • Page 186

    A p p e n d i c e s Operating System A group of control programs that convert application commands,including driver programs,into the exact form required by a specific brand and model of microprocessor in order to produce the desired results from that particular equipment.

  • Page 187

    PS/2 An IBM series of personal computers which established a number of standards for con- necting external devices such as keyboards and monitors. Random Access Memory. A hardware compo- nent of your computer that holds binary infor- mation (both program and data) as long as it has the proper power applied to it.

  • Page 188

    A p p e n d i c e s SRAM Static Random Access Memory. A specific tech- nology of making RAM which does not require periodic data refreshing. Status Indicator A display which reports the condition of some portion of your hardware.On your Computer this is an LCD screen just above the keyboard.

  • Page 189

    Write Protect Prevent alteration of the binary state of all bits in a storage media. Example: all information on a device such as a floppy diskette;a block of space in a storage media such as a partition of a hard disk;a file or directory of floppy diskette or hard disk.

  • Page 190: Index

    I n d e x...

  • Page 191

    I n d e x 3D-Graphics ... . . 4,169,181 3D-Stereo ... . . 4,51,169,181 adapter ..2-3,8,13-16,23-24, 27-28,30-32,123,128, 138,142,165,171,173 adapter indicator.

  • Page 192

    CD-ROM access ..23,25,141,150,165 drive..3, 5,10-11,21,25,28, 30,39-40,54-55,60-61, 109,119,122,135-137, 139-141,143, 159,161, 168,172 Charging indicator ... . 24,31 Checksum .

  • Page 193

    I n d e x Drive designators ....54 Driver ... . . 91,140, 144-146, 155, 175,178 DSVD .

  • Page 194

    Hard drive access ....23,26,49 access indicator ....26 compartment....9,160 format .

  • Page 195

    I n d e x LAN enhancement unit ..1-3,10-15,26, 37-40,54, 105, 117-122,127-130, 135, 142,167-171 LBA ....64, 174,176 LBA mode control ....64 LCD .

  • Page 196

    Numeric keypad ..13,26, 34-35,118, 128-129,144,169-170 NumLk ....5, 23,26,35 NVRAM ....157 Operating system.

  • Page 197

    I n d e x Pre-installed software . . 4,17-19,21,41,50-51, 137,160-161,169 Presentation profile ....45 Product code....18 Program.

  • Page 198

    SRAM ..118, 125,156, 168,180 Standby mode ..46,48, 103,153-154 Standby timeout ....100 Start menu .

  • Page 199

    I n d e x TV ..12, 118-119,131,169-170, 172,177,180-181 UL ....172,180 Unauthorized access .

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