Dell XPS P09E Setup Manual

Dell XPS P09E Setup Manual

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  • Page 1 SETUP GUIDE...
  • Page 3 SETUP GUIDE Regulatory model: P09E Regulatory type: P09E002...
  • Page 4 © 2010 Dell Inc. All rights reserved. Reproduction of these materials in any manner whatsoever without the written permission of Dell Inc. is strictly forbidden. Trademarks used in this text: Dell™, the DELL logo, XPS™, and DellConnect™ are trademarks of Dell Inc.; Intel are registered trademarks and Core™...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Connect to the Internet (Optional) ..23 Using Your XPS Laptop... 26 Right View Features ....26 Left View Features .
  • Page 6 NVIDIA 3DTV Play....57 Dell Stage ......61 Free Fall Sensor.
  • Page 7 Finding More Information and Resources ..... . 92 Specifications ....94 Appendix.
  • Page 8 Contents...
  • Page 9: Setting Up Your Xps Laptop

    WARNING: Do not block, push objects into, or allow dust to accumulate in the air vents. Do not place your Dell computer in a low-airflow environment, such as a closed briefcase, or on fabric surfaces, such as carpets or rugs, while it is powered on.
  • Page 10: Connect The Ac Adapter

    Connect the AC Adapter Connect the AC adapter to the computer and then plug it into an electrical outlet or surge protector. WARNING: The AC adapter works with electrical outlets worldwide. However, power connectors and power strips vary among countries. Using an incompatible cable or improperly connecting the cable to a power strip or electrical outlet may cause fire or permanent damage to your computer.
  • Page 11: Connect The Network Cable

    Setting Up Your XPS Laptop Connect the Network Cable (Optional) To use a wired network connection, connect the network cable.
  • Page 12: Press The Power Button

    Setting Up Your XPS Laptop Press the Power Button...
  • Page 13: Set Up Microsoft Windows

    Set Up Microsoft Windows Your Dell computer is preconfigured with the Microsoft Windows operating system. To set up Windows for the first time, follow the instructions on the screen. These steps are mandatory and may take some time to complete. The Windows setup screens will take you through several procedures including accepting license agreements, setting preferences, and setting up an Internet connection.
  • Page 14: Create System Recovery Media

    You will require the following to create the system recovery media: • Dell DataSafe Local Backup • USB key with a minimum capacity of 8 GB or DVD‑R/DVD+R/Blu‑ray Disc NOTE: Dell DataSafe Local Backup does not support rewritable discs.
  • Page 15 1. Ensure that the AC adapter is connected (see “Connect the AC Adapter” on page 8). 2. Insert the disc or USB key in the computer. → All Programs→ Dell DataSafe Local Backup. 3. Click Start 4. Click Create Recovery Media.
  • Page 16: Install The Sim Card (Optional)

    Install the SIM Card (Optional) NOTE: Installing a SIM card is not required if you are using an EVDO card to access the Internet. NOTE: Installing a mini B‑CAS card into the SIM card slot is required to set up and view ISDB‑T digital TV in Japan.
  • Page 17 Setting Up Your XPS Laptop SIM card battery bay SIM card slot...
  • Page 18: Enable Or Disable Wireless (Optional)

    Setting Up Your XPS Laptop Enable or Disable Wireless (Optional)
  • Page 19 3. Press the <Fn><F2> keys again to switch between the wireless enabled or disabled states. NOTE: Pressing the <Fn><F2> keys allows you to quickly turn off wireless radios (Wi‑Fi and Bluetooth), such as when you are asked to disable all wireless radios on an airplane flight. Setting Up Your XPS Laptop...
  • Page 20: Set Up Wireless Display (Optional)

    Set Up Wireless Display (Optional) NOTE: The wireless display feature may not be supported on all computers. For information about the hardware and software requirements for setting up wireless display, go to The Intel wireless display feature allows you to share your computer display to a TV without the use of cables.
  • Page 21: Set Up The Tv Tuner (Optional)

    2. Select Connect to Existing Adapter. NOTE: You can download and install the latest driver for “Intel Wireless Display Connection Manager” from NOTE: For more information about wireless display, see the wireless display adapter documentation. Setting Up Your XPS Laptop...
  • Page 22: Set Up Stereoscopic 3D (Optional)

    Setup Stereoscopic 3D. a. Select the Enable stereoscopic 3D check box. b. From the Stereoscopic 3D display type drop‑down menu select Dell 3D Vision Laptop. NOTE: If the Stereoscopic 3D display type section displays 3D TV Play, your computer display will not support Stereoscopic 3D.
  • Page 23: Set Up 3D Tv (Optional)

    NOTE: If you are unable to view the entire Windows desktop on your TV, use the 3D TV’s settings to reduce the display resolution. Setting Up Your XPS Laptop NOTE: For more information about configuring the 3D settings, see the documentation that shipped with your TV.
  • Page 24 3. Set up the NVIDIA 3DTV Play application: a. In the NVIDIA Control Panel window, click Stereoscopic 3D to expand the selection (if not already expanded) and then click Set up stereoscopic 3D. b. Select the Enable stereoscopic 3D check box. The 3DTV Play setup wizard appears.
  • Page 25: Connect To The Internet (Optional)

    Internet Service Provider (ISP). If an external USB modem or WLAN adapter is not a part of your original order, you can purchase one from Setting Up a Wired Connection • If you are using a dial‑up connection, connect the telephone line to the optional...
  • Page 26 Setting Up Your Internet Connection ISPs and ISP offerings vary by country. Contact your ISP for offerings available in your country. If you cannot connect to the Internet but have successfully connected in the past, the ISP might have a service outage. Contact your ISP to check the service status, or try connecting again later.
  • Page 27 Setting Up Your XPS Laptop...
  • Page 28: Using Your Xps Laptop

    Using Your XPS Laptop This section provides information about the features available on your Dell XPS laptop. Right View Features...
  • Page 29 Audio-in/Microphone connector — Connects to a microphone or inputs signal for use with audio programs. NOTE: You can set up 5.1 channel speakers by using the three audio connectors (5, 6, and 7) or by using the S/PDIF connector (6). Using Your XPS Laptop...
  • Page 30 Using Your XPS Laptop...
  • Page 31 Using Your XPS Laptop eSATA/USB combo connector with USB PowerShare — Connects to eSATA compatible storage devices (such as external hard drives or optical drives) or USB devices (such as a mouse, keyboard, printer, external drive, or MP3 player). The USB PowerShare feature allows you to charge USB devices when the computer is powered on/off or in sleep state.
  • Page 32: Left View Features

    Using Your XPS Laptop Left View Features...
  • Page 33 Using Your XPS Laptop USB 2.0 connector — Connects to USB devices, such as a mouse, keyboard, printer, external drive, or MP3 player. 9-in-1 Media Card Reader — Provides a fast and convenient way to view and share digital photos, music, videos, and documents stored on memory cards. For the supported memory cards, see “Specifications”...
  • Page 34: Back View Features

    Using Your XPS Laptop Back View Features 1 2 3...
  • Page 35 AC adapter connector — Connects to the AC adapter to power the computer and charge the battery. USB 3.0 connectors (2) — Connect to USB devices, such as a mouse, keyboard, printer, external drive, or MP3 player. Provide faster data transmission between your computer and USB devices. Using Your XPS Laptop...
  • Page 36: Features

    Using Your XPS Laptop Computer Base and Keyboard Features...
  • Page 37 , and the multimedia keys are located in this row. For more information on the multimedia keys, see “Multimedia Control Keys” on page 42. Using Your XPS Laptop , wireless enable or and decrease keys, touch pad enable or...
  • Page 38 Using Your XPS Laptop...
  • Page 39 Synaptics Pointing Device icon in the notification area of your desktop. For more information, see “Touch Pad Gestures” on page 40. NOTE: To enable or disable the touch pad, press the <Fn><F3> keys on the keyboard. Using Your XPS Laptop on it. The optional backlit...
  • Page 40: Status Lights And Indicators

    Status Lights and Indicators Battery Status Light Indicator light status AC adapter solid white Battery solid amber Power Button Light Indicator light status solid white breathing white NOTE: For information on power problems, see “Power Problems” on page 66. Computer state(s) on/standby/off/ hibernate on/standby/off/...
  • Page 41: Disabling Battery Charging

    2. Click Start 3. In the search box, type Power Options and press <Enter>. 4. In the Power Options window, click Dell Battery Meter. 5. In the Battery Settings window, click Turn off Battery Charging and then click OK. NOTE: Battery charging can also be disabled in the System Setup (BIOS) utility.
  • Page 42: Touch Pad Gestures

    Touch Pad Gestures Scroll Allows you to scroll through content. The scroll feature includes: Scroll Vertical — Allows you to scroll up or down on the active window. Move two fingers up or down to scroll the selected object. Move two fingers up or down at a fast pace to activate vertical auto scrolling.
  • Page 43 To zoom out: Move two fingers close together to reduce the view of the active window. Using Your XPS Laptop Rotate Allows you to rotate the active content on the screen. The rotate feature includes: Twist — Allows you to rotate the active content using two fingers where one finger is anchored and the other rotates.
  • Page 44: Multimedia Control Keys

    Multimedia Control Keys The multimedia control keys are located on the function key row on the keyboard. To use the multimedia controls, press the required key. You can configure the multimedia control keys using the System Setup (BIOS) utility or Windows Mobility Center. System Setup 1.
  • Page 45 Play the previous track or chapter Play or pause Play the next track or chapter Using Your XPS Laptop Decrease the volume level Increase the volume level Mute the sound...
  • Page 46: Control Strip Features

    Using Your XPS Laptop Control Strip Features...
  • Page 47 Instant launch control — Touch to launch a predefined application of your choice. Audio control-panel control — Touch to launch the Dell Audio control panel. The control panel allows you to setup studio‑quality audio output on your computer. You can also change the audio settings such as volume, external speaker setup, and microphone setup.
  • Page 48: Using The Optical Drive

    Using the Optical Drive CAUTION: Do not press down on the optical drive tray when you open or close it. Keep the optical drive tray closed when you are not using the drive. CAUTION: Do not move the computer while playing or recording a disc. The optical drive plays or records CDs, DVDs, and Blu‑ray Discs (optional).
  • Page 49 Using Your XPS Laptop disc spindle optical drive tray 4 emergency eject hole eject button...
  • Page 50: Display Features

    Using Your XPS Laptop Display Features 2 3 4...
  • Page 51 4 Display — Your display can vary based on selections you made when purchasing your computer. The display may support the touch screen feature if you selected the option at the time of purchase. For information on the touch screen features, see “Touch Screen Gestures (Optional)” on page 50. Using Your XPS Laptop...
  • Page 52: Touch Screen Gestures (Optional)

    Touch Screen Gestures (Optional) NOTE: Some of these gestures are application‑specific and may not work across applications. Zoom Allows you to increase or decrease the magnification of the screen content. Pinch — Allows you to zoom‑in or zoom‑ out by moving two fingers apart or bringing them closer together on the screen.
  • Page 53 Move a finger up or down to activate vertical scrolling. Using Your XPS Laptop Scroll Horizontal — Allows you to scroll right or left on the active window. Move a finger to the right or left to activate horizontal scrolling.
  • Page 54: Removing And Replacing

    WARNING: Using an incompatible battery may increase the risk of fire or explosion. This computer should only use a battery purchased from Dell. Do not use batteries from other computers. WARNING: Before removing the battery, shut down the computer, and remove external cables (including the AC adapter).
  • Page 55 Using Your XPS Laptop battery release latch battery tabs (3)
  • Page 56: Software Features

    FastAccess Facial Recognition Your computer may have the FastAccess facial recognition feature. This feature helps keep your Dell computer secure by learning the unique appearance of your face and uses this to verify your identity to automatically supply login information when you would normally...
  • Page 57: Dell Datasafe Online Backup

    Windows operating systems. NOTE: A broadband connection is recommended for fast upload/download speeds. Dell DataSafe Online is an automated backup and recovery service that helps protect your data and other important files from catastrophic incidents like theft, fire, or natural disasters.
  • Page 58: Nvidia Optimus Technology

    NVIDIA Optimus Technology (Optional) Your XPS laptop is equipped with NVIDIA’s Optimus technology. The Optimus technology enhances the performance of your computer, while minimizing the impact on battery life. It enables you to combine the graphic processing capability of the integrated Intel graphic processing unit (GPU) with the discrete NVIDIA GPU while running graphic‑...
  • Page 59: Nvidia 3Dtv Play

    3D photos. NOTE: For information on using the NVIDIA 3D Vision glasses (optional), see the NVIDIA 3D Vision User Guide at 3D Games The NVIDIA 3DTV Play application supports the same games as NVIDIA 3D Vision. NOTE: For a list of supported 3D games, go to
  • Page 60 Keyboard Shortcuts The following are some of the keyboard shortcuts available for 3D gaming: Keys Description <Ctrl><t> Show/hide stereoscopic 3D effects <Ctrl><F4> Increases 3D depth <Ctrl><F3> Decreases 3D depth <Ctrl><F11> <Ctrl><Alt><Insert> Show/hide in‑game compatibility message Function Turns 3DTV Play on/off. NOTE: The gaming performance may reduce when using HD 3D mode even if 3DTV Play is disabled.
  • Page 61 3. Click the box displaying the shortcut you want to change. 4. Press the desired key combination. 5. Click OK to save and exit. Using Your XPS Laptop Moves objects towards you; maximum convergence places all objects in front of the scene in your space;...
  • Page 62 3D Photos You can view stereoscopic 3D photos using the NVIDIA Photo Viewer available in the NVIDIA 3DTV Play application. The photo viewer also allows you to edit the 3D effects on the photo. NOTE: For more information on using the photo viewer and to download 3D photos, go to
  • Page 63: Dell Stage

    Dell Stage. • Minimize — Drag the Dell Stage window to the bottom of the screen. • Personalize — Select the settings icon and then choose the desired option.
  • Page 64: Free Fall Sensor

    • DELL WEB — Provides a preview of up to four of your favorite web pages. Click or tap the web page preview to open it in the web browser. • VIDEO — View videos. The optional CinemaNow application allows you to purchase or rent movies and TV shows when connected to the Internet.
  • Page 65: Solving Problems

    This series of beeps, called a beep code, identifies a problem. If this occurs, write down the beep code and contact Dell (see “Contacting Dell” on page 91) for assistance. NOTE: To replace parts, see the Service Manual at
  • Page 66: Touch Screen Problems

    Touch Screen Problems Some or all multi-touch features are not working — • Certain touch and multi‑touch features may be disabled. To enable them, double‑ click the Flicks icon in the notification area of your desktop. In the Pen and Touch window, select the Touch tab and ensure that Use your finger as an input device and Enable multi-touch gestures and inking options are selected.
  • Page 67: Network Problems

    Network Problems Wireless Connections If the wireless network connection is lost — The wireless router is offline or wireless has been disabled on the computer. • Check your wireless router to ensure it is powered on and connected to your data source (cable modem or network hub).
  • Page 68: Power Problems

    • Press the power button until the computer turns off and then turn it back on. • If the problem persists, contact Dell (see “Contacting Dell” on page 91). If the power light is breathing white — The computer is in standby or the display may not be responding.
  • Page 69: Memory Problems

    • Reseat the memory module(s) into the connector(s) (see the Service Manual at • If the problem persists, contact Dell (see “Contacting Dell” on page 91). If you experience other memory problems — • Run Dell Diagnostics (see “Dell Diagnostics” on page 72).
  • Page 70: Lockups And Software Problems

    Lockups and Software Problems If the computer does not start up — Ensure that the AC adapter cable is firmly connected to the computer and to the electrical outlet. If a program stops responding — End the program: 1. Press <Ctrl><Shift><Esc> simultaneously. 2.
  • Page 71 – Ensure that the program is installed and configured properly. – Verify that the device drivers do not conflict with the program. – If necessary, uninstall and then reinstall the program. – Write down any error message that is displayed to help in troubleshooting when contacting Dell.
  • Page 72: Using Support Tools

    All the support you need – one convenient location. The Dell Support Center provides system alerts, performance improvement offers, system information, and links to other Dell tools and diagnostic services. To launch the application, click Start Programs→ Dell→ Dell Support Center→...
  • Page 73: My Dell Downloads

    NOTE: My Dell Downloads may not be available in all regions. Some of the software pre‑installed on your new Dell computer do not include a backup CD or DVD. This software is available on the My Dell Downloads website. From this...
  • Page 74: Hardware Troubleshooter

    Ensure that the device that you want to test is displayed in the system setup program and is active. Press <F2> during POST (Power On Self Test) to enter the System Setup (BIOS) utility. Start Dell Diagnostics from your hard drive or from the Drivers and Utilities disc.
  • Page 75 2. Turn on (or restart) your computer. 3. When the DELL logo appears, press <F12> immediately. Select Diagnostics from the boot menu and press <Enter>. This may invoke the Pre‑Boot System Assessment (PSA) on your computer.
  • Page 76 Press any key to go to the Choose An Option window. If PSA is not invoked: Press any key to start Dell Diagnostics from the diagnostic utility partition on your hard drive and to go to the Choose An Option window.
  • Page 77 <Enter>. 5. Type 1 to start the CD menu and press <Enter> to proceed. 6. Select Run the 32 Bit Dell Diagnostics from the numbered list. If multiple versions are listed, select the version appropriate for your  computer.
  • Page 78 9. When the tests complete, close the test screen to return to the Choose An Option window. 10. To exit Dell Diagnostics and restart the computer, click Exit. 11. Remove the Drivers and Utilities disc.
  • Page 79: Restoring Your Operating System

    You can restore the operating system on your computer using any of the following options: CAUTION: Using Dell Factory Image Restore or the Operating System disc to restore your operating system permanently deletes all data files on your computer. If possible, backup your data files before using these options.
  • Page 80: System Restore

    System Restore The Microsoft Windows operating systems provide a System Restore option which allows you to return your computer to an earlier operating state (without affecting data files) if changes to the hardware, software, or other system settings have left the computer in an undesirable operating state.
  • Page 81: Dell Datasafe Local Backup

    Image Restore” on page 82) to restore your operating system. Restoring Your Operating System You can use Dell DataSafe Local Backup to restore your hard drive to the operating state it was in when you purchased your computer, while preserving the data files.
  • Page 82 3. Turn on your computer. 4. When the DELL logo appears, press <F8> several times to access the Advanced Boot Options window. NOTE: If you wait too long and the operating system logo appears, continue to wait until you see the Microsoft Windows desktop;...
  • Page 83: System Recovery Media

    1. Insert the system recovery disc or USB key and restart the computer. 2. When the DELL logo appears, press <F12> immediately. NOTE: If you wait too long and the operating system logo appears, continue to wait until you see the Microsoft Windows desktop;...
  • Page 84: Dell Factory Image Restore

    Dell DataSafe Local Backup (see “Dell DataSafe Local Backup” on page 79) to restore your operating system. Use Dell Factory Image Restore only as the last method to restore your operating system. This option restores your hard drive to the operating state it was in when you purchased the computer.
  • Page 85 5. To access the recovery options, log on as a local user. To access the command prompt, type administrator in the User name field, then click OK. 6. Click Dell Factory Image Restore. The Dell Factory Image Restore welcome screen appears. NOTE: Depending upon your...
  • Page 86: Getting Help

    Express Service Code to route the call directly to the proper support personnel. If you do not have an Express Service Code, open the Dell Accessories folder, double‑click the Express Service Code icon, and follow the directions.
  • Page 87: Technical Support And Customer

    DellConnect DellConnect is a simple online access tool that allows a Dell service and support associate to access your computer through a broadband connection, diagnose your problem and repair it all under your supervision.
  • Page 88: Online Services

    Online Services You can learn about Dell products and services on the following websites: • • (Asian/Pacific countries only) • (Japan only) • (Europe only) • (Latin American and Caribbean countries) • (Canada only) You can access Dell Support through the following websites and e‑mail addresses:...
  • Page 89: Automated Order-Status Service

    Product Information If you need information about additional products available from Dell, or if you would like to place an order, go to the Dell website at For the telephone number to call for your region or to speak to a sales specialist, see “Contacting Dell”...
  • Page 90: Returning Items For Repair Under Warranty Or For Credit

    Prepare all items being returned, whether for repair or credit, as follows: NOTE: Before you return the product to Dell, ensure that you back up any data on the hard drive(s) and on any other storage device in the product. Remove...
  • Page 91: Before You Call

    Before You Call NOTE: Have your Express Service Code ready when you call. The code helps Dell’s automated‑support telephone system direct your call more efficiently. You may also be asked for your Service Tag. Locating Your Service Tag The Service Tag for your computer can be found on a label at the bottom of your computer.
  • Page 92 Remember to fill out the following Diagnostic Checklist. If possible, turn on your computer before you call Dell for assistance and call from a telephone at or near the computer. You may be asked to type some commands at the keyboard, relay detailed...
  • Page 93: Contacting Dell

    Availability varies by country and product, and some services may not be available in your area. To contact Dell for sales, technical support, or customer service issues: 1. Go to 2. Select your country or region.
  • Page 94: Finding More Information And Resources

    Windows operating system and features find your Service Tag/Express Service Code — You must use the service tag to identify your computer on or to contact technical support upgrade your computer with new or additional components like a new hard drive...
  • Page 95 Finding More Information and Resources See: the safety and regulatory documents that shipped with your computer and also see the Regulatory Compliance Homepage at
  • Page 96: Specifications

    NOTE: Offerings may vary by region. For more information regarding the configuration of your computer, see the Detailed System Information section in the Dell Support Center. To launch the Dell Support Center, click Start Dell Support Center→ Launch Dell Support Center.
  • Page 97 Memory Memory type 1066 MHz/1333 MHz SODIMM DDR3 NOTE: For instructions on upgrading the memory, see the Service Manual at Connectors Audio one microphone‑in connector, one stereo headphones/speakers connector S/PDIF one headphone/digital S/PDIF combo connector Mini‑Card one full Mini‑Card slot one half Mini‑Card slot...
  • Page 98: Media Card Reader

    Media Card Reader Cards Secure Digital (SD) supported memory card Secure Digital Input Output (SDIO) Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) Secure Digital eXtended Capacity (SDXC) Memory Stick Memory Stick PRO MSXC Memory Card MultiMedia Card (MMC) xD‑Picture Card Camera Type 2.0 megapixel HD with H.264 support Video resolution 1280 x 720...
  • Page 99 Video Integrated: Video Intel HD Graphics controller Video up to 1.6 GB memory Discrete: Video NVIDIA GeForce GT 550M controller NVIDIA GeForce GT 555M Video 1 GB DDR3 (GT 550M) memory 3 GB DDR3 (GT 555M) Display Type 17.3‑inch HD+ WLED, TrueLife 17.3‑inch Full HD WLED, TrueLife 3D...
  • Page 100 Display Pixel pitch HD+: 0.2388 mm x 0.2388 FHD: 0.1989 mm x 0.1989 Battery 9‑cell “smart” lithium ion: Height 221.07 mm (8.70 inches) Width 54.35 mm (2.14 inches) Depth 42.53 mm (1.67 inches) Weight 0.52 kg (1.14 lb) 6‑cell “smart” lithium ion: Height 209.19 mm (8.24 inches) Width...
  • Page 101: Touch Pad

    AC Adapter Input 50‑60 Hz frequency Output power 130 W/150 W Output current: 130 W 6.70 A (continuous) 150 W 7.70 A (continuous) Rated output 19.5 VDC voltage Operating 0° to 40°C temperature (32° to 104°F) Storage –40° to 70°C temperature (–40°...
  • Page 102 1.30 GRMS Operating Computer Environment Maximum shock (for operating — measured with Dell Diagnostics running on the hard drive and a 2‑ms half‑sine pulse; for non‑operating — measured with the hard drive in head‑parked position and a 2‑ms half‑sine pulse):...
  • Page 103: Appendix

    The following information is provided in the device(s) described in this document in accordance with the requirements of the Official Mexican Standard (NOM): Importer: Dell México S.A. de C.V. Paseo de la Reforma 2620 – Flat 11° Col. Lomas Altas 11950 México, D.F.
  • Page 104: Index

    Contacting Dell online 91 Control strip 35 customer service 85 DataSafe Local Backup 79 DellConnect 85 Dell Diagnostics 72 Dell Factory Image Restore 82 Dell Stage 61 Diagnostic Checklist 90 drivers and downloads 93 DVDs, playing and creating 55 email addresses...
  • Page 105 finding more information 92 flick 50 FTP login, anonymous 86 hard drive activity light 35 hardware problems diagnosing 72 Hardware Troubleshooter 72 help getting assistance and support 84 Internet connection 23 Internet Service Provider 23 memory problems solving 67 mini‑DisplayPort connector 33 Multimedia Control Keys 42 network connection fixing 65...
  • Page 106 products information and purchasing 87 resources, finding more 92 restoring factory image 82 setup, before you begin 7 shipping products for return or repair 88 SIM card 14 software features 54 software problems 68 solving problems 63 specifications 94 support email addresses 86 support sites worldwide 86 System Recovery Media 81...
  • Page 107 warranty returns 88 Windows Program Compatibility Wizard 68 Windows Mobility Center 42 wired network network cable, connecting 9 wireless network connection 65 Index...
  • Page 110 Printed in the U.S.A. | |

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