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  • Page 1 NEC VERSA L2300 Series Electronic User’s Guide...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Page Notebook Care Introducing Your NEC VERSA ® Introducing BIOS Setup for Windows Vista ® Windows Vista Operating System Introduction Notebook Components Applications Using Your NEC VERSA Preparing for Travel Using Peripheral Devices Setting Up a Healthy Work Environment Problem Checklist ®...
  • Page 3 ® setting up a healthy work environment, safety notices and Windows Visit our website at www.nec-computers-ap.com regularly to download the most up-to-date Electronic User’s Guide and print it for your reference. Note We recommend that you print this documentation.
  • Page 4 Basic Care and Handling Tips Protect the notebook from extremely low or high temperatures. Let the notebook warm (or cool) to room temperature before using it. Keep the notebook away from magnetised areas (some airline tray tables are magnetic; do not set your notebook on top of them).
  • Page 5: Notebook Care

    Notebook Care Follow these guidelines to maintain the condition and performance of your notebook. CAUTION Immediately turn off and unplug the notebook under the following conditions: • The power cord has been damaged or frayed. • Liquid has spilled on or into the notebook. •...
  • Page 6 Storage Requirements Store the notebook and AC adaptor in an environment that meets the following conditions: Should the temperature of the notebook suddenly rise or fall (for example, when you move the notebook from a cold place to a warm place), vapour may condense inside the notebook. Turning on the notebook under such conditions can damage the internal notebook components.
  • Page 7: Introducing Your Nec Versa

    Introducing Your NEC VERSA Getting to Know Your Notebook WARNING Prolonged or improper use of a computer workstation may pose a risk of serious injury. To reduce your risk of injury, set up and use your notebook in the manner described in the section on “Setting Up a Healthy Work Environment”.
  • Page 8 A panel of several LEDs which indicate various system conditions. LED Panels For more information, please refer to: Introducing Your Page → NEC VERSA LED Behaviour. Pressing this button switches on/off the notebook. Power Button with LED Indicator ECO Button Allows you to set different power modes, depending on your needs.
  • Page 9 Item Description Provides sound for your multimedia presentations or listening Speakers pleasure. Enables or disables a Wireless LAN connection, allowing your Wireless LAN notebook to communicate with other devices over a wireless Switch with network, such as via the Internet. LED Indicator Lets you plug in stereo headphones or external speakers.
  • Page 10 The Left Side View of the Notebook Item Description Security Cable This slot is for fitting a security cable device for extra protection of Slot your notebook. Connects to a network cable, allowing your notebook to LAN Port communicate with other devices over a network, such as via the Internet.
  • Page 11 Secures the battery inside the battery bay. Battery For more information, please refer to: Introducing Page Security Lock → Your NEC VERSA Replacing the Battery. Battery Bay Equipped with a rechargeable Li-Ion battery. Releases the battery from the battery bay. Battery Release...
  • Page 12 Fn key to activate special functions. Function keys are application- driven. Page → For more information, please refer to: Introducing Your NEC VERSA Function Keys in this Electronic User’s Guide. • Numeric Keypad (B) - pressing Fn+Num Lock on the keyboard activates the numeric keypad numbers and functions printed in blue at the bottom right corner of the keys.
  • Page 13 LED Behaviour Item Description Indicates that the notebook is accessing the HDD Access Green hard disk drive. Indicator Indicates that Caps Lock is activated. Caps Lock Green Indicator Indicates that Scroll Lock is activated. Scroll Lock Green Indicator Indicates that Num Lock is activated. Num Lock Green Indicator...
  • Page 14 ECO Button LED Colour Blue Light Blue Green Power High VERSA Power Saver Indicator Mode Performance Description Performance Performance Performance Power- Power- Power- saving saving saving...
  • Page 15 Function Keys Function keys are available on the notebook keyboard. These keys work together with Fn key to activate special functions. Function keys are application-driven. The following function key combinations are pre-programmed for the notebook. Keys Function Description Fn + 1 Mail Launches a mail application.
  • Page 16 Power Button Use the Power button in the following ways: Press the Power button to power on. • Press and hold the Power button in place for 4 or more seconds to initiate power override • (powers off the notebook). Only use this option if you cannot power off your notebook using the normal procedure.
  • Page 17 Using the Touchpad The touchpad is an easy way to control the cursor with your finger. Lightly glide your finger across the touchpad and the cursor will replicate your movement on the screen. To use the touchpad, you can: Single tap the touchpad, or single click on the left button, equivalent to a single click of the •...
  • Page 18 • The battery pack. • Page → For more information, please refer to: Introducing Your NEC VERSA Using the Battery in this Electronic User’s Guide. Read the following sections for specific information about using the power sources. AC Adaptor Use the AC adaptor and power cable that come with your notebook to run your notebook on AC power, or to recharge the battery pack.
  • Page 19 Page → For more information, please refer to: Introducing Your NEC VERSA Replacing the Battery in this Electronic User’s Guide. If you do not take any action, the notebook will automatically go into Hibernation (Save To...
  • Page 20 Precautions for Recharging the Battery Adhere to the following precautions when recharging the battery. • Use only the battery charger designed for your notebook battery type. Different NEC • VERSA models require different batteries and battery chargers. Charge the battery for the specified charge time only.
  • Page 21 Battery Precautions To prevent accidental battery ignition, rupture, or explosion, adhere to the following precautions. WARNING There is a danger of explosion if the battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Discard used batteries according to the manufacturer's instructions.
  • Page 22 Removing the Battery in Your Notebook CAUTION Be sure to save your data before replacing the battery pack or connecting the AC adaptor. Failure to do so can result in data loss. Note Place your notebook in this position and follow the steps stated to remove the battery.
  • Page 23 Installing the Battery in Your Notebook Insert the new battery as follows: Note Place your notebook in this position and follow the steps stated to install the battery. Turn the notebook over. CAUTION Be extra careful to avoid damage to your notebook. Make sure you unlock the battery security lock.
  • Page 24 Review the following before handling the notebook battery. CAUTION Only use the type of battery specifically designed for the notebook. Using other NEC VERSA batteries, other manufacturer's batteries, or using a combination of very old and new batteries can cause battery and equipment performance to deteriorate.
  • Page 25: Introducing Bios Setup For Windows Vista

    ® Introducing BIOS Setup for Windows Vista A hardware program called BIOS Setup allows you to view and set system parameters. BIOS Setup also allows you to set password features that protect your notebook from unauthorised use. Use BIOS Setup to: Set the current time and date.
  • Page 26: Windows Vista Operating System Introduction

    ® Windows Vista Operating System Introduction The operating system is the most important program that runs on a computer. Every computer must have an operating system to run other programs. Operating systems perform basic tasks, such as recognising input from the keyboard, sending output to the display screen, keeping track of files and directories on the disk, and controlling peripheral devices such as disk drives and printers.
  • Page 27 Dual Boot (2 languages – English and Traditional Chinese) *For Hong Kong dual boot models only ® There are 2 language versions of the Windows Vista operating system available on this notebook, that is, in English and Traditional Chinese. When you start your notebook for the first time, you are required to choose either one of the operating system languages you prefer (please refer to the screen illustration below).
  • Page 28 ® Windows Vista Operating System ® Windows Vista operating system features include a Desktop with room to manoeuvre, a taskbar for quick access to a variety of system functions, state-of-the-art plug and play support, powerful system utilities, enhanced entertainment features and a fully integrated Internet experience.
  • Page 29 Start Menu ® The Start menu features a whole new look and feel. The Windows Internet Explorer icon has ® a prominent place now. You will also notice that Windows Vista places your frequently used programs in the white area of the Start menu. It is safe to remove an item from this list by right-clicking the icon and selecting Remove from this list, as the software program itself will not be deleted.
  • Page 30 Managing System Power ® (Windows Vista Operating System) ® In the Windows Vista operating system environment, your notebook manages its power resources using the Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) while the notebook is powered on using AC or battery (DC) power. ACPI enables the operating system to manage the power given to each attached device and to turn off a device when not in use.
  • Page 31 System Sleep (running ½/3/5/10//20/25/30/45 Selects the system sleep timeout on batteries) minutes period for your notebook when ½/3/4/5 hours running under DC power. Never System Hibernates Never Selects the system hibernation (plugged in) timeout period for your notebook when running under AC power. System Hibernates Never Selects the system hibernation...
  • Page 32 Please visit our “Questions and Answers” website frequently to obtain the latest information and updates regarding your notebook: http://www.nec-computers-ap.com/faq/vista.asp Lastly, when you run MDVD Creator program, a section might be hidden depending on the screen resolution. In this case, please resize the window by dragging the sides.
  • Page 33: Notebook Components

    Notebook Components For details of notebook components, please refer to the System Configuration label. System Configuration Label...
  • Page 34: Applications

    Applications ® ® Adobe Reader ® ® Adobe Reader allows you to view, navigate, and print Portable Document Format (PDF) files from your local hard drive, your local network, or the Internet. Plug-Ins Several plug-ins may have been installed on your notebook to enhance your internet experience.
  • Page 35 CyberLink MakeDisc 3 Easy DVD Burning for the Digital Home Burn videos and photo slideshows to CDs, DVDs as well as Blu-Ray discs. • Import recorded TV Shows and burn to CDs, DVDs as well as Blu-Ray discs. • Select a themed menu for easy DVD navigation. •...
  • Page 36 ® McAfee Internet Security Suite with Site Advisor Features 10-in-1 always updating security that proactively guards your computer and what you value, blocks offensive content and prevents malicious activity. 10-in1 Protection Safe Search and Surf • Home License Subscription • Stop Viruses •...
  • Page 37 Safe Search and Surf ® McAfee Internet Security Suite with SiteAdvisor™ adds safety ratings to websites and search engine results based on comprehensive spam, adware, and online scam safety tests. SiteAdvisor™ analyses the results and rates websites in detail for unsafe or annoying practices such as dangerous downloads, spamming, misuse of personal information and browser hijacking.
  • Page 38 Improves Computer Health ® McAfee SecurityCenter’s dashboard-like display helps you at a glance review your PC's security status and modify it with one-click. You can also easily check for updates, fix potential ® security issues or view settings in basic or advanced modes. With built-in McAfee QuickClean ®...
  • Page 39 Roxio Creator LJ • Burn Data, Audio, Photo and Video CDs & DVDs. • Backup fast and copy with ease • Rips CDs Music to Local HDD • Disc’s Image Creation & Burning Get the most out of your digital videos, music and photos. Roxio Creator LJ lets you create, manage and enjoy them the way you want them - where you want them.
  • Page 40 More Features • Integrated disc labeling for professional results. • Intelligent drag and drop takes the hassle out of burning. • Easy-to-use task based interface. • Tutorial to help you get started. • Support and product updates. • Roxio Media Center leads you to the latest update of Roxio’s new products, techniques and tips.
  • Page 41 SRS Premium Sound SRS Premium Sound from SRS Labs is an audio enhancement technology to enable your computer with higher quality audio. In order to activate SRS Premium Sound, please double ® click on its icon on the Windows desktop. Once activated, it will be automatically loaded every time you start your computer.
  • Page 42: Using Your Nec Versa

    Using your NEC VERSA Removable Disk Drives Optical Drive An optical drive is a type of drive that uses laser light to read from and store data on optical discs. Optical discs are commonly used to read, store, transfer or share data, especially for media-rich content.
  • Page 43 Disc Care When handling optical discs, keep the following guidelines in mind. • Hold optical discs by the outer edge and the inner hub to avoid damaging the surface. Avoid direct contact with the disc's surface. • Avoid scratching or soiling both sides of the disc. •...
  • Page 44 Bays Hard Disk Drive A hard disk drive (HDD) is a non-volatile storage device which stores digitally encoded data on rapidly rotating platters with magnetic surfaces. On most systems, it is a sealed unit (except for a filtered vent hole to equalize air pressure) with fixed media. The HDD is your notebook’s primary storage device, storing all of your system files and installed programs.
  • Page 45 Taking Care of Your Notebook Notebook Care Observe the following measures to prevent problems and promote the successful operation and long life-span of your notebook. Protecting Your Notebook From Power Outages Fortunately, there are tools that can help when power supply is interrupted. Basically there are two types of protection against power problems, a passive form such as those provided by surge suppressors and a multi-featured back-up power source like the UPS.
  • Page 46 • Disconnect your notebook from telephone, LAN and power lines when an electrical storm threatens. If you have a fax/modem, lightning can travel in on the phone line and can damage both the fax/modem and the system unit. Lightning can also travel in on power lines and damage your monitor and system unit.
  • Page 47 Security • Basic Input/Output System (BIOS) - refer to the relevant BIOS chapter for more information on how to set Supervisor and User passwords. • Operating System - Set user accounts and passwords. ® For more information, please refer to: Windows Vista Operating System Page →...
  • Page 48 Operating Environment Caring for your notebook also requires taking into account the effect of temperature, humidity, and moisture on notebook components. Like any other electronic products, notebooks are vulnerable to drastic changes in temperature, and especially moisture on notebook components. Please follow the tips below regarding the recommended operating environment: •...
  • Page 49 Preventive Maintenance The following information will help you to set up a preventive maintenance plan in order to prevent notebook problems. Depending on what your notebook is being used for, adapt them to your own needs. These suggestions are classified according to the recommended frequency. First Time Use Back up your BIOS settings: these parameters saved in the CMOS memory define how your...
  • Page 50 Shipping Your Notebook Use these steps to prepare your notebook for shipping: 1. Back up the files on the hard disk drive to diskettes, Zip disks, CDs or DVDs. Note Be sure to take precautions for storing and transporting Zip disks, floppy disks, CDs or DVDs so that they are not exposed to magnetic fields or electrical impulses.
  • Page 51 Modem The modem allows you to communicate with others via e-mail, or connect to an online service or bulletin board. (The modem port is only available on some models.) The speed of data transmission is dependent on the quality of telephone lines. Digitally terminated lines improve the speed of data transmission.
  • Page 52: Preparing For Travel

    Preparing for Travel With the right travel preparations, you can use the notebook anywhere you go, to prepare your business documents, confirm your travel plans, surf the Internet, or simply stay in touch with those back home! Here is what you should do before you leave home: Note Speed the trip through airport security by carrying a charged notebook.
  • Page 53 Travellers are often asked, when returning to their home country, whether or not they purchased the notebook while outside the country. Sometimes, the proof of purchase such as a bill of sale, insurance policy, or purchase receipt is sufficient. Taking along the purchase receipt for your notebook may sound practical, but may not always suffice, particularly when the purchaser of the notebook is your company and the original receipt is not available to you.
  • Page 54 Connecting / Using a Wireless LAN Many places now have a wireless network which you can connect to. Ask the provider for instructions or follow the guidelines below 1. Turn your Wireless LAN switch on. 2. The notebook will automatically detect and attempt to connect to a wireless network. If there are more than one networks, it will connect to the strongest signal.
  • Page 55: Using Peripheral Devices

    Using Peripheral Devices USB Devices USB ports allow you to connect USB-equipped peripheral devices such as a digital camera, scanner, printer, CD-ROM drive, modem, mouse, keyboard, telephone, or game device to your notebook. USB devices called USB hubs can serve as connection ports for other USB peripherals. Only one device needs to be plugged into your notebook.
  • Page 56 Audio Entertainment-level sound quality is provided through internal stereo speakers. Audio Controls on your Notebook • Microphone In Jack (A) - lets you plug in stereo headphones or powered speakers. • Headphones (B) - allows you to connect an external microphone. Note If you are using external speakers or an external microphone and experience sound distortion or feedback, lower the volume.
  • Page 57: Setting Up A Healthy Work Environment

    Setting Up a Healthy Work Environment • Arrange Your Equipment Your Chair Your Desk Your Input Devices Your Screen or Monitor • Reducing the Risk of Injuries Vary Your Workday Practise Some Stretching Exercises • Potential Medical Conditions Repetitive Strain Injury Pre-Existing Conditions and Psychosocial Factors Epilepsy Warning...
  • Page 58 Arrange Your Equipment You will find below explanations on how to set up your notebook to fit your physical needs. This information is based on ergonomics - the science of making the workplace fit the needs of the worker. WARNING Prolonged or improper use of a computer workstation may pose a risk of serious injury.
  • Page 59 Your Desk There is no specific height recommended for your desk. This can vary between 60 and 70 cm, depending upon your size. The standard workaround is that it should be at approximately your elbow height. The desktop should be clean and organised in such a way that frequently used objects are close enough without excessive reaching.
  • Page 60 • Use a document holder placed close to the screen. • Position whatever you are looking at most of the time (the screen or reference material) directly in front of you to minimise turning your head while you are typing. •...
  • Page 61 Potential Medical Conditions Computers are used everywhere. More and more people sit in front of computers for longer periods of time. Some nerve, tendon and muscle disorders (musculoskeletal disorders) may be associated with repetitive activities, improper work environments, and incorrect working habits.
  • Page 62 Pre-Existing Conditions and Psychosocial Factors Pre-existing conditions that may cause or make some people more susceptible to musculoskeletal disorders include the following: hereditary factors, vascular disorders, obesity, nutritional deficiencies such as Vitamin B deficiency, endocrine disorders such as diabetes, hormonal imbalances, connective tissue disorders such as arthritis, prior trauma (to the hands, wrists, arms, shoulders, neck, back, or legs), prior musculoskeletal disorders, aging, fluid retention due to pregnancy, poor physical conditioning, dietary habits and other conditions.
  • Page 63: Problem Checklist

    System Introduction Managing System Power in this Electronic User’s Guide. Fully charge and discharge the battery several times to recondition it. Replace the battery. For more information, please refer to: Introducing Your NEC Page → VERSA Using the Battery ; and Page →...
  • Page 64 Start-Up Problems A built-in checking program will automatically test its components when you turn the notebook power on. This diagnostic test is called the Power-On Self-Test (POST). If the notebook finds a problem during the POST, the notebook displays an error message or emits a series of beep codes when there are the following conditions: •...
  • Page 65: Recovery Information For Windows Vista

    Due to the wide range of reasons for which the NEC Recovery Program may be used, no guarantee can be given that all data will be retained.
  • Page 66 Disconnect any additional devices that you have connected to your notebook (such as scanner and printer). Starting the NEC Recovery Program Before starting the NEC Recovery Program, please make sure your notebook is in AC mode. To launch the NEC Recovery Program: Press the <F8>...
  • Page 67 Select your preferred keyboard layout. Then click “Next”. Set your “Username” & “Password” (if available). Then click “OK”. At System Recovery Options, choose “NEC Recovery Tools”. Click “Next” to continue.
  • Page 68 Click “Start” to start the recovery process. Please wait for the recovery process to be completed. The NEC Recovery tools application will close automatically after the recovery is completed. Finally, you have to restart your notebook by clicking the “Restart” button at System...
  • Page 69 If You Wish to Perform a Full Recovery: CAUTION Full Recovery will remove all your personal data and restore your computer to its original factory state. Select Full Recovery and click on Next. Then follow the on-screen instructions to complete the recovery.
  • Page 70: Frequently Asked Questions

    Frequently Asked Questions • Technical Support Where can I find the call centre phone number? • Boot Problems The message "Operating System Not Found", or "Non-System disk or disk error" appears during boot-up. Why can't I boot from the floppy disk drive? What is the difference between a warm boot and a cold boot? Why does my notebook automatically boot up when I receive a phone call? •...
  • Page 71 Technical Support If you are not able to resolve your problem you can contact NEC Customer Support. Please check the terms of your warranty, and have your notebook’s serial number on hand before you call us. Please write down any error message causing the problem, and have the notebook in front of you, switched on if possible.
  • Page 72 What is a computer virus? Computer viruses are man-made and share some of the behaviours of biological viruses. A computer virus passes from computer to computer like a biological virus passes from person to person. Similarities also exist at a deeper level: a biological virus is not a living thing and has to reproduce itself by infecting cells.
  • Page 73 Some additional tips: - Always be cautious when opening email attachments, even those coming from friends, co- workers or family members. Never open email attachments from strangers, delete them right away. You should also be careful when downloading files from websites. Only use websites that are trustworthy.
  • Page 74 How do search engines work? Searching the Web actually means searching intermediate databases since it is not possible to directly search the World Wide Web, which contains an estimated 1 billion documents. The Web is the totality of web pages found in computers (called "servers") worldwide. Search engines use software or robot programs (called “spiders”) to search the Net for documents and the corresponding addresses (Uniform Resource Locator).
  • Page 75 When information such as a name, hobbies and educational background is voluntarily provided to a Web site, the information is packaged into a cookie before it is sent and stored in the Web browser for later use. The next time you visit the same Web site, the browser sends the cookie to the Web server that uses the information, for example, to present you with customised pages.
  • Page 76: Safety Notices

    Safety Notices • Modem • Modifications to the Product • Radio Frequency Interference Statement • Connections and Remote Earth • Power Supply and Cables • Batteries • Laser Compliance Statement • Thunderstorm Warning • Radio-communication Regulation (if applicable) • Additional Notices •...
  • Page 77 Modem Only use a modem that has been approved by the national authority of the country in which the product is sold. Technically and in most cases, the same modem should work in all countries. Nevertheless, be advised that some countries might have strict laws which forbid the modem from being used before it is technically approved.
  • Page 78 Connections and Remote Earth Protected Extra Low Voltage (PELV) To ensure the extra-low voltage integrity of the equipment, only connect equipment with mains-protected, electrically-compatible circuits to the external ports. Safety Extra Low Voltage (SELV) Each input and output of this product is classified as Safety Extra Low Voltage, except the modem, which is classified as TNV-3.
  • Page 79 Power Supply and Cables Depending on the model you purchased, some models may come with more than one type of power cord. Please note the following identifications to ensure that you are using the right power cord in order to avoid electrical shock hazards. This power cord plug is suitable for use in Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Bangladesh and Maldives.
  • Page 80 Power Cables This equipment requires a 3-wire, grounded power cord. The cord length must not exceed 2.5 metres. To prevent electrical hazards, do not remove or disable the ground contact on the power cord. Replace the power cord if it gets damaged. Contact your dealer for an exact replacement.
  • Page 81 Laser Compliance Statement The optical devices are tested and certified to be compliant with the International Electro-technical Commission IEC825-1 and the European Norm EN60825-1 and the EN60825-2 regulations for Class 1 laser products. Class 1 laser products are not considered hazardous. The optical devices are designed so that there is no risk of human exposure to laser radiation above a Class 1 level during normal operation or prescribed maintenance conditions.
  • Page 82 Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) and ESD Protection WARNING Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) can damage disk drives, cards, memory modules and other parts. We recommend that you carry out all procedures in this guide only at an ESD-workstation. If one is not available, provide some ESD protection by wearing an antistatic wrist strap attached to any unpainted metal surface when handling parts.
  • Page 83: Glossary

    Glossary Term Definition AACS Advanced Access Content System Alternating Current ACPI Advanced Configuration and Power Interface BIOS Basic Input/Output System Compact Disc Central Processing Unit Direct Current Digital Subscriber Line Digital Versatile Disc Economy mode Electrostatic Discharge Gigabyte (1,000,000,000 bytes) Hard Disk Drive HTTP Hypertext Transfer Protocol...
  • Page 84: License Agreement

    This is a legal and binding Agreement made between you (either as an individual or as an entity) and NEC Computers Asia Pacific Sdn. Bhd. (NECCAP). This Agreement covers all software that is distributed with NECCAP’s product, for which there is no separate license agreement between you and the manufacturer or owner of the software (collectively referred to as “the Software”).
  • Page 85 LIMITED WARRANTY LIMITED WARRANTY The Software is distributed and licensed “AS IS”, with no warranties whatsoever, express or implied permissible under the law. NECCAP warrants that the media containing the Software is free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of time (please refer to your warranty card/guide) from the date you receive the Software.
  • Page 86: Copyright

    Copyright Copyright Notebook Electronic User’s Guide, NEC VERSA L2300 Series 1.0 version, 10/2008. Copyright © 2008, NEC Computers Asia Pacific Sdn Bhd (418989-A) (“NECCAP”). This guide and all software described in it are copyrighted with all rights reserved. No part of...
  • Page 87: Trademarks

    Trademarks NEC VERSA is a registered trademark of NEC Corporation, used under license. Celeron, Celeron Inside, Centrino, Centrino Inside, Centrino Logo, Core Inside, Intel, Intel Logo, Intel Core, Intel Inside, Intel Inside Logo, Intel Viiv, Intel vPro, Itanium, Itanium Inside, Pentium, Pentium Inside, Viiv Inside, vPro Inside, Xeon, and Xeon Inside are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S.
  • Page 88: Official Name Of The Software Used

    Official Name of the Software Used (Notation) (Official Name) ® Windows, Windows Vista Home Basic ® Windows Vista Windows Vista Home Premium ® Windows Vista Business ® Windows Vista Ultimate ® ® Internet Explorer Windows Internet Explorer ® Windows Media Windows Media Center Center...

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