Congratulations on purchasing the NEC Versa FX notebook computer system! The
NEC Versa FX provides a high performance, portable solution for your computing
needs. Before using your system, be sure to read the important information in this
New Operating Systems
In addition to the Windows 98SE (Second Edition) operating system, some systems
now ship with the Windows 2000 operating system.
New Processor Configurations
In addition to the Pentium III, 400-MHz processor, some systems now ship with a:
Celeron, 400-MHz processor, or
Pentium III, 500-MHz processor.
Rebooting Your Versa FX System
The power management state referred to as Hibernate or Save-To-File (STF) saves the
system's current working environment to the system's hard drive, then powers down
the system to conserve battery power. The HDPREPEZ function creates a file large
enough to accommodate the entire memory contents of your system. The STF file is
created the first time that you run your system's setup program.
When you reboot your NEC Versa FX running the Windows 2000 operating system,
the following warning message appears:
Invalid Hibernation Partition....run HDPREPEZ or AMI Save to File Utility
This warning message is inaccurate. It is not necessary to run HDPREPEZ or the AMI
Save to File utility in the Windows 2000 environment. To disable this warning
message, you must disable the Auto Save-To-File parameter in the system's BIOS
Follow these steps to disable the Auto Save-To-File parameter:
Reboot your system and press
Use the arrow keys to highlight and select the Power Management Setup menu.
Highlight Auto Save-To-File and use the Page Down or Fn and arrow keys to
change the setting to Disabled.
to enter the BIOS utility.
to exit the Power Management Setup menu.
to save your settings and exit the BIOS utility.
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