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Fujitsu A6110 - LifeBook - Core 2 Duo 2.2 GHz Getting Started Manual

A6110 getting started guide.
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This convenient guide will lead you through the start-up
process and will also offer some valuable tips.
What's in the Box
Check to see that all of the following items are in the box:
❏ LifeBook notebook
❏ International Limited Warranty
❏ Lithium ion battery, pre-installed
and Registration booklet
❏ AC adapter with power cord and core
❏ Microsoft® associated product materials ❏ Genuine Windows® XP Professional
❏ Phone/modem (RJ-11) telephone cable
❏ Microsoft® application CDs
❏ Drivers and Applications Restore (DAR) disc
❏ End User License Agreement
❏ User's Guide
Depending upon your confi guration, the following items may also be shipped with your notebook:
❏ Roxio Easy Media Creator, CyberLink
❏ Webcam Software disc
❏ Remote Control, Remote Control manual, batteries, and
PowerDVD disc (See Readme fi le on
disc for installation instructions.)
USB IR receiver (for Genuine Windows Vista® Home
❏ CyberLink PowerProducer,
Premium operating system only
❏ Stylus in pen garage (with Point and Write Pad only)
PowerDirector disc
❏ CyberLink MakeDVD disc (Only with Genuine ) ❏ ExpressCard Hybrid (Digital/Analog) TV Tuner
Windows Vista® Home Premium)
(For Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium
❏ Additional Lithium ion battery
operating system only
Controls, Connectors,
and Access Points
LifeBook Application Panel with Support Button
Touchpad Pointing Device or
optional Point and Write Touchpad
Scroll Button or Fingerprint Sensor
Stereo Speaker
Status Indicator Panel
Wireless LAN/Bluetooth On/Off Switch
Headphone Jack
Microphone Jack
Stereo Speaker
Gigabit LAN (RJ-45) Jack
ExpressCard Eject Button
ExpressCard Slot
Memory Stick/SD/xD Card Slot
Lock Slot
USB 2.0 Ports
S-Video Out Port
PC Card Eject Button
PC Card Slot
IEEE 1394 Port
Air Vents
External Video Jack
USB Port
Optical Drive Release Button
Optical Drive
Emergency Optical Tray Release
Initial Start Up
❏ Genuine Windows Vista® recovery
and utility disc
recovery disc (For Genuine Windows
Vista® Business Operating System)
Wall Jack
Web Camera
Display Panel Latch Button
Digital Microphone
Display Panel
Status Indicator Panel
Power/Suspend/Resume Button
Modem Jack
USB Ports
Lithium ion Battery
If you have a:
Memory Upgrade
Dual-Layer Multi-Format
DVD Writer
1. Open the Display Panel
Ensure that your LifeBook is on a hard level surface and that
the air vents are not blocked.
Lift the display, being careful not to touch the screen.
Adjust the display until it is at a comfortable viewing angle.
2. Connect AC Power
Plug the AC adapter into your notebook.
Plug the power cord into the AC adapter.
Connect the power cord to an electrical outlet.
3. Connect to Internet or Network
Connect either a phone cord to the modem jack or an Ethernet
DC Power
cable to the LAN jack on your notebook and to a wall jack
or to an Ethernet router.
During the setup procedure, do not disconnect the power supply,
press any buttons, or use any peripheral devices such as a
remote control.
• You should not attach any external devices and do not put a DVD/CD in
your drive until you have gone through the initial power on sequence.
4. Booting the System
The Lithium ion battery is not charged upon purchase.
Initially you will need to connect either the AC adapter
or the Auto/Airline adapter to use your notebook.
Be careful when you select the language.
The only way to change the language
Telephone Jack
is to do a recovery process.
Press the Suspend/Resume/Power button (above the keyboard) to turn
on the notebook. When you do this for the fi rst time, it will display a
Fujitsu logo on the screen. If you do nothing the system will load
the operating system, and then the Windows Welcome will begin.
5. Register
For Genuine Microsoft
After the operating system has initialized, enter the information
as prompted to personalize your notebook and confi gure your
modem to dial.
For Genuine Windows Vista®:
Accept the Microsoft
Licensing Agreement and the
Fujitsu End User License Agreement to proceed.
Select your User ID and Password during the "Welcome Screen."
• Keep a record of your User ID and password stored in a secure place.
Do not attempt to turn power on or off during this stage.
6. Registering Your LifeBook notebook
Register your notebook with Fujitsu Service and Support via our
Web site at
You will need to be set up with an Internet Service Provider (ISP)
to register online.
7. Installing Click Me!
Check to be sure the WLAN switch is on.
For Genuine Microsoft
XP: The fi rst time you boot up
your system, you will see an icon called Click Me! in the Start menu.
For Genuine Windows Vista®: In addition to an icon on the
desktop, a dialog box will automatically open that prompts you
to run Click Me!. If you choose not run ClickMe! at this time,
the ClickMe! icon will appear on your desktop.
When you click the Click Me! icon, your system will automatically
You will need to install
build the icon tray in the bottom right of the screen. These icons
the following software:
provide links to utilities that you will frequently access.
Arcsoft WebCam
CyberLink PowerProducer
Utility Icon
"Click Me!"
8. Install Additional Software
Close any open programs, applications or utilities
Insert software application CD into media drive.
Open the application folder, select the set-up icon,
and load desired software, as shown in the table.
Restart your computer.
Start your computer and insert the Recovery CD into the optical drive.
The Fujitsu Installer should automatically launch. If it doesn't, you will
need to fi nd the Setup.exe fi le on the Recovery CD's root folder.
If you are using Genuine Windows Vista®, Click [Allow] in the
User Account Control (UAC) box.
Click [Continue]
Select "I Agree" and click [Continue] in the License Agreement box.
Select "User's Guide" from the "Utilities/Applications" category.
Click [Install Selected Subsystems]
The User's Guide will be copied to your hard drive in the
C:\Fujitsu\Manual directory. Shortcuts to the Users Guide
will be placed on your desktop and in the Start menu.
9. Access your User's Guide
To take advantage of all the features of your new Fujitsu LifeBook
notebook, it is highly recommended that you read your electronic
User's Guide. It contains important detailed information about
your new computer. You can access your User's Guide by
downloading it from the DAR disc, or from the support website.
10. If you have a TV Tuner
See the TV Tuner User's Guide for installation
and setup procedures.
Common Indicators
Status Display Panel
The Status Indicators represent specifi c components of
your Fujitsu LifeBook notebook. The LEDs below each
symbol tell you how each of those components
are operating.
Power Indicator
Hard Drive/Optical Drive
The Power indicator glows blue when
Access Indicator
The Hard Drive/Optical Drive Access
your system is turned on.
indicator glows green when your
Battery Charge/DC-In Indicator
internal hard drive is being accessed.
Orange, solid: AC adapter and battery
Note that fl ickering is normal.
are available and system is charging.
NumLk Indicator
Green, solid: AC adapter and battery
The NumLk indicator states that the
are available and system is fully
integral keyboard is set in ten-key
charged, or AC adapter is plugged
numeric keypad mode.
in but battery is not installed.
CapsLock Indicator
Orange, blinking: AC adapter and battery
The CapsLock indicator states that your
are available and waiting to charge battery
keyboard is set to type in all capital letters.
(battery is out of thermal range).
ScrLk Indicator
Off: AC adapter is not plugged in.
The ScrLk indicator states that your scroll
lock is active.
Battery Level Indicator
If the battery is installed while the power
is off, the battery level indicator will
display the charge levels for fi ve
seconds after it blinks orange.
If the AC adapter is not connected or the
battery pack is not fully charged when
the computer is switched to stand
by mode, the indicator will blink.
Batteries subjected to shocks, vibrations
or extreme temperature can be
permanently damaged.
A shorted battery is damaged and
MUST be replaced.
Quick Tips
It takes approximately 4 hours to
charge a fully discharged single
battery with unit off or in
suspend mode.
Optimizing Battery Life
• Set power management setting
to Maximize Battery Life.
• Adjust display brightness levels
to lowest comfortable setting.
• Remove PC Cards and Express-
Cards when not needed.
• Utilize Suspend mode when
not using your notebook.
• Read the Power Management
section in your electronic User's
Guide for additional features.
Adjusting Display Brightness
• Fn + F6 to decrease brightness
• Fn + F7 to increase brightness
Adjusting Volume
• Fn + F8 to decrease volume
• Fn + F9 to increase volume
* Mono microphone jack or stereo
microphone/line in jack depending
on confi guration.
* * Stereo headphone/Optical Digital
Audio out jack or stereo head-
phone/Line Out/Optical Digital
Audio out jack.
Caution: Your system is
confi gured with Trusted
Platform Module (TPM)
Before you activate TPM, be sure
you fully understand how it works
by following the directions included
on the TPM applications CD. If you
choose to enable TPM, your TPM
password will be critical to the
operation of your computer and
MUST be remembered.
Look for the latest drivers on the
Drivers and Applications Restore
CD. Right-click the FDU icon and
select "update", or download
them at


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    When you do this for the fi rst time, it will display a on confi guration. Fujitsu logo on the screen. If you do nothing the system will load * * Stereo headphone/Optical Digital LifeBook Application Panel with Support Button Common Indicators the operating system, and then the Windows Welcome will begin.

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    * To order a new battery for your Fujitsu mobile computer, go to the Fujitsu shopping site at in the US or in Canada.

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