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Notebook PC
Hardware User's Manual
E4128 / Aug 2008


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    Notebook PC Hardware User’s Manual E4128 / Aug 2008...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Table of Contents 1. Introducing the Notebook PC About This User’s Manual ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 6 Notes For This Manual ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 6 Preparing your Notebook PC�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 9 2. Knowing the Parts Top Side�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 12 Bottom Side �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 14 Rear Side������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 16 Right Side �����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������...

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    Contents Table of Contents (Cont.) 4. Using the Notebook PC Pointing Device��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 36 Using the Touchpad ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 36 Touchpad Usage Illustrations ������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 37 Caring for the Touchpad ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 38 Automatic Touchpad Disabling ����������������������������������������������������������������������������� 38 Storage Devices ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 39 Inserting an Expansion Card ������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 39 Removing an Expansion Card �����������������������������������������������������������������������������...

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  • Page 5: Introducing The Notebook Pc

    1. Introducing the Notebook PC About This User’s Manual Notes For This Manual Safety Precautions Preparing your Notebook PC There may be differences between your Notebook PC and the drawings shown in this manual. Please accept your Notebook PC as being correct. Photos and icons in this manual are used for artistic purposes only and do not show what is actually used in the product itself.

  • Page 6: About This User's Manual

    Introducing the Notebook PC About This User’s Manual You are reading the Notebook PC User’s Manual. This User’s Manual provides informa- tion on the various components in the Notebook PC and how to use them. The following are major sections of this User’s Manuals: 1. Introducing the Notebook PC Introduces you to the Notebook PC and this User’s Manual.

  • Page 7: Safety Precautions

    Introducing the Notebook PC Safety Precautions The following safety precautions will increase the life of the Notebook PC. Follow all precautions and instructions. Except as described in this manual, refer all servicing to qualified personnel. Do not use damaged power cords, accessories, or other peripherals. Do not use strong solvents such as thinners, benzene, or other chemicals on or near the surface.

  • Page 8: Transportation Precautions

    Introducing the Notebook PC Transportation Precautions To prepare the Notebook PC for transport, you should turn it OFF and disconnect all external peripher- als to prevent damage to the connectors. The hard disk drive’s head retracts when the power is turned OFF to prevent scratching of the hard disk surface during transport. Therefore, you should not transport the Notebook PC while the power is still ON.

  • Page 9: Preparing Your Notebook Pc

    Introducing the Notebook PC Preparing your Notebook PC These are only quick instructions for using your Notebook PC. Read the later pages for detailed informa- tion on using your Notebook PC. 2. Connect the AC Power Adapter 1. Install the battery pack 3.

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    Introducing the Notebook PC...

  • Page 11: Knowing The Parts

    2. Knowing the Parts Basic sides of the Notebook PC There may be differences between your Notebook PC and the drawings shown in this manual. Please accept your Notebook PC as being correct. Photos and icons in this manual are used for artistic purposes only and do not show what is actually used in the product itself.

  • Page 12: Top Side

    Knowing the Parts Top Side Refer to the diagram below to identify the components on this side of the Notebook PC. The keyboard differs for each territory. (Instant keys vary by model)

  • Page 13: Display Panel

    Knowing the Parts Display Panel The display panel functions the same as a desktop CRT monitor. The Notebook PC uses an active matrix TFT LCD, which provides excellent viewing like that of desktop monitors. Unlike desktop CRT monitors, the LCD panel does not produce any radiation or flickering, so it is easier on the eyes. Use a soft cloth without chemical liquids (use plain water if necessary) to clean the display panel.

  • Page 14: Bottom Side

    Knowing the Parts Bottom Side Refer to the diagram below to identify the components on this side of the Notebook PC. The bottom side may vary in appearance depending on model. The battery pack size varies depending on model.

  • Page 15: Battery Pack

    Knowing the Parts WARNING! The bottom of the Notebook PC can get very hot. Be careful when handling the Notebook PC while it is in operation or recently been in operation. High tempera- tures are normal during charging or operation. Do not use on soft surfaces such as beds or sofas which may block the vents.

  • Page 16: Rear Side

    Knowing the Parts Rear Side Refer to the diagram below to identify the components on this side of the Notebook PC. Display (Monitor) Output The 15-pin D-sub monitor port supports a standard VGA-compatible device such as a monitor or projector to allow viewing on a larger external display. Serial Port (on selected models) The 9-pin D-sub serial port supports native serial devices such as a serial drawing tablets, serial mouse, or serial modem.

  • Page 17: Cooling Fan

    Knowing the Parts Modem Port (on selected models) The RJ-11 modem port with two pins is smaller than the RJ-45 LAN port and supports a standard telephone cable. The internal modem supports up to 56K V.90 transfers. The built-in connector allows convenient use without additional adapters. IMPORTANT! The built-in modem does not support the voltage used in digital phone systems.

  • Page 18: Right Side

    Knowing the Parts Right Side Refer to the diagram below to identify the components on this side of the Notebook PC. Headphone Output Jack The stereo headphone jack (1/8 inch) is used to connect the Notebook PC’s audio out signal to amplified speakers or headphones.

  • Page 19: Left Side

    Knowing the Parts Left Side Refer to the diagram below to identify the components on this side of the Notebook PC. 2 3 4 Optical Drive The Notebook PC comes in various models with different optical drives. The Notebook PC’s optical drive may support compact discs (CD) and/or digital video discs (DVD) and may have recordable (R) or re-writable (RW) capabilities.

  • Page 20: Front Side

    Knowing the Parts Front Side Refer to the diagram below to identify the components on this side of the Notebook PC. Audio Speakers The built-in stereo speaker system allows you to hear audio without additional attach- ments. The multimedia sound system features an integrated digital audio controller that produces rich, vibrant sound (results improved with external stereo headphones or speak- ers).

  • Page 21: Getting Started

    3. Getting Started Using AC Power Using Battery Power Powering ON the Notebook PC Checking Battery Power Powering Options Power Management Modes Special Keyboard Functions Switches and Status Indicators There may be differences between your Notebook PC and the drawings shown in this manual.

  • Page 22: Power System

    Getting Started Power System Using AC Power The Notebook PC power is comprised of two parts, the power adapter and the battery power system. The power adapter converts AC power from a wall outlet to the DC power required by the Notebook PC.

  • Page 23: Using Battery Power

    Getting Started Using Battery Power The Notebook PC is designed to work with a removable battery pack. The battery pack consists of a set of battery cells housed together. A fully charged pack will provide several hours of battery life, which can be further extended by using power management features through the BIOS setup.

  • Page 24: Powering On The Notebook Pc

    Getting Started Powering ON the Notebook PC The Notebook PC’s power-ON message appears on the screen when you turn it ON. If necessary, you may adjust the brightness by using the hot keys. If you need to run the BIOS Setup to set or modify the system configuration, press [F2] upon bootup to enter the BIOS Setup.

  • Page 25: Checking Battery Power

    Getting Started Checking Battery Power The battery system implements the Smart Battery standard under the Windows environment, which allows the battery to accurately report the amount of charge left in the battery. A fully-charged battery pack provides the Notebook PC a few hours of working power. But the actual figure varies depending on how you use the power saving features, your general work habits, the CPU, system memory size, and the size of the display panel.

  • Page 26: Power Options

    Getting Started Power Options The power switch turns ON and OFF the Notebook PC or putting the Notebook PC into sleep or hiberna- tion modes. Actual behavior of the power switch can be customized in Windows Control Panel “Power Options.” For other options, such as “Switch User, Restart, Sleep, or Shut Down,”...

  • Page 27: Power Management Modes

    Getting Started Power Management Modes The Notebook PC has a number of automatic or adjustable power saving features that you can use to maximize battery life and lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). You can control some of these features through the Power menu in the BIOS Setup.

  • Page 28: Special Keyboard Functions

    Getting Started Special Keyboard Functions Colored Hot Keys The following defines the colored hot keys on the Notebook PC’s keyboard. The colored commands can only be accessed by first pressing and holding the function key while pressing a key with a colored command. The Hot Key locations on the function keys may vary depending on model but the functions should remain the same.

  • Page 29: 3 Getting Started

    Getting Started Colored Hot Keys (cont.) Speaker Icons (F10): Toggles the speakers ON and OFF (only in Windows OS) Speaker Down Icon (F11): Decreases the speaker volume (only in Windows OS) Speaker Up Icon (F12): Increases the speaker volume (only in Windows OS) Num Lk (Ins): Toggles the numeric keypad (number lock) ON and OFF. Allows you to use a larger portion of the keyboard for number entering.

  • Page 30: Microsoft Windows Keys

    Getting Started Microsoft Windows Keys There are two special Windows keys on the keyboard as described below. The key with the Windows Logo activates the Start menu located at the bottom left of the Win- dows desktop. The other key, that looks like a Windows menu with a small cursor, activates the properties menu and is equivalent to pressing the right mouse button on a Windows object.

  • Page 31: Switches And Status Indicators

    Getting Started Switches and Status Indicators Switches Power Switch The power switch turns ON and OFF the Notebook PC or putting the Notebook PC into sleep or hibernation modes. Actual behavior of the power switch can be customized in Windows Control Panel “Power Options.”...

  • Page 32: Status Indicators

    Getting Started Switches and Status Indicators (cont.) Status Indicators Front Sleep Indicator The sleep indicator blinks when the Notebook PC is in the Suspend-to-RAM (Sleep) mode. This indicator is OFF when the Notebook PC is turned OFF or in the Suspend-to-Disk (Hibernation) mode.

  • Page 33: Number Lock Indicator

    Getting Started Switches and Status Indicators (cont.) Status Indicators (cont.) Number Lock Indicator Indicates that number lock [Num Lk] is activated when lighted. Number lock allows some of the keyboard letters to act as numbers for easier numeric data input. Capital Lock Indicator Indicates that capital lock [Caps Lock] is activated when lighted.

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    Getting Started...

  • Page 35: Using The Notebook Pc

    4. Using the Notebook PC Pointing Device Storage Devices Expansion Card Optical drive Flash memory card reader Hard disk drive Memory (RAM) Connections Modem Connection (on selected models) Network Connection Wireless LAN Connection (on selected models) Bluetooth Wireless Connection (on selected models) There may be differences between your Notebook PC and the drawings shown in this manual.

  • Page 36: Pointing Device

    Using the Notebook PC Pointing Device The Notebook PC’s integrated touchpad pointing device is fully compatible with all two/three-but- ton and scrolling knob PS/2 mice. The touchpad is Pointer Movement pressure sensitive and contains no moving parts; therefore, mechanical failures can be avoided. A device driver is still required for working with some Scroll application software.

  • Page 37: Touchpad Usage Illustrations

    Using the Notebook PC Touchpad Usage Illustrations Clicking/Tapping - With the cursor over an item, press the left button or use your fingertip to touch the touchpad lightly, keeping your finger on the touchpad until the item is selected. The selected item will change color.

  • Page 38: Caring For The Touchpad

    Using the Notebook PC Caring for the Touchpad The touchpad is pressure sensitive. If not properly cared for, it can be easily damaged. Take note of the following precautions. • Make sure the touchpad does not come into contact with dirt, liquids or grease. •...

  • Page 39: Storage Devices

    Using the Notebook PC Storage Devices Storage devices allow the Notebook PC to read or write documents, pictures, and other files to various data storage devices. This Notebook PC has the following storage devices: • Expansion card • Optical drive •...

  • Page 40: Optical Drive

    Using the Notebook PC Optical Drive Inserting an optical disc 1. While the Notebook PC’s power is ON, press 2. Gently pull on the drive’s front panel and slide the drive’s eject button and the tray will eject the tray completely out. Be careful not to touch out partially.

  • Page 41: Using The Optical Drive

    Using the Notebook PC Optical Drive (Cont.) Removing an optical disc Emergency eject Actual location will vary by model� Eject the tray and gently pry the edge of the disc The emergency eject is located in a hole on the op- tical drive and is used to eject the optical drive tray upwards at an angle to remove the disc from in case the electronic eject does not work.

  • Page 42: Flash Memory Card Reader

    Using the Notebook PC Flash Memory Card Reader Normally a memory card reader must be purchased separately in order to use memory cards from devices such as digital cameras, MP3 players, mobile phones, and PDAs. This Notebook PC has a single built-in memory card reader that can use many flash memory cards as shown in the example below.

  • Page 43: Hard Disk Drive

    Using the Notebook PC Hard Disk Drive Hard disk drives have higher capacities and operate at much faster speeds than floppy disk drives and optical drives. The Notebook PC comes with a replaceable hard disk drive. Current hard drives support S.M.A.R.T. (Self Monitoring and Reporting Technology) to detect hard disk errors or failures before they happen.

  • Page 44: Memory (ram)

    Using the Notebook PC Memory (RAM) Additional memory will increase application performance by decreasing hard disk access. The BIOS automatically detects the amount of memory in the system and configures CMOS accordingly during the POST (Power-On-Self-Test) process. There is no hardware or software (including BIOS) setup required after the memory This is only an example�...

  • Page 45: Connections

    Using the Notebook PC Connections The built-in modem and network cannot be installed later as an upgrade. After pur- chase, modem and/or network can be installed as an expansion card. Modem Connection (on selected models) The telephone wire used to connect the Notebook PC’s internal modem should have either two or four wires (only two wires (telephone line #1) is used by the modem) and should have an RJ-11 connector on both ends.

  • Page 46: Network Connection

    Using the Notebook PC Network Connection Connect a network cable, with RJ-45 connectors on each end, to the modem/network port on the Note- book PC and the other end to a hub or switch. For 100 BASE-TX / 1000 BASE-T speeds, your network cable must be category 5 or better (not category 3) with twisted-pair wiring.

  • Page 47: Wireless Lan Connection (on Selected Models)

    Using the Notebook PC Wireless LAN Connection (on selected models) The optional built-in wireless LAN is a compact easy-to-use wireless Ethernet adapter. Implementing the IEEE 802.11 standard for wireless LAN (WLAN), the optional built-in wireless LAN is capable of fast data transmission rates using Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS) and Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) technologies on 2.4GHz/5GHz frequencies.

  • Page 48: Windows Wireless Network Connection

    Using the Notebook PC Windows Wireless Network Connection Connecting to a network 1� Switch ON the Wireless function if necessary for your model (see switches in Section 3)� 2� Press [FN F2] repeatedly until Wireless LAN 2b� Or double click the Wireless Console icon on ON or WLAN &...

  • Page 49: Bluetooth Wireless Connection (on Selected Models)

    Using the Notebook PC Bluetooth Wireless Connection (on selected models) Notebook PCs with Bluetooth technology eliminates the need for cables for connecting Bluetooth-enabled devices. Examples of Bluetooth-enabled devices may be Notebook PCs, Desktop PCs, mobile phones, and PDAs. If your Notebook PC did not come with built-in Bluetooth, you need to connect a USB or ExpressCard Bluetooth module in order to use Bluetooth.

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    Using the Notebook PC...

  • Page 51: Appendix

    Appendix Optional Accessories & Connections Operating System and Software System BIOS Settings Common Problems and Solutions Windows Software Recovery Glossary Declarations and Safety Statements Notebook PC Information Photos and icons in this manual are used for artistic purposes only and do not show what is actually used in the product itself.

  • Page 52: Optional Accessories

    Appendix Optional Accessories These items, if desired, come as optional items to complement your Notebook PC. USB Hub (Optional) Attaching an optional USB hub will increase your USB ports and allow you to quickly connect or disconnect many USB peripherals through a single cable. USB Flash Memory Disk A USB flash memory disk is an optional item that can replace the 1.44MB floppy disk and provide storage up to several hundred megabytes, higher transfer speeds,...

  • Page 53: Optional Connections

    Appendix Optional Connections These items, if desired, may be purchased from third-parties. USB Keyboard and Mouse Attaching an external USB keyboard will allow data entry to be more comfortable. Attaching an external USB mouse will allow Windows navigation to be more comfortable. Both the external USB keyboard and mouse will work simultaneously with the Notebook PC’s built-in keyboard and touchpad.

  • Page 54: Bluetooth Mouse Setup (optional

    Appendix Bluetooth Mouse Setup (optional) This process can be used to add most Bluetooth devices in Windows operating system. 1� Switch ON the Wireless function if necessary for your model (see switches in Section 3)� 2b� Or double click the Wireless Console icon on 2�...

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    Appendix Bluetooth Mouse Setup (optional) cont. 5� Click Next when the Bluetooth mouse is ready� 6� A list of nearby Bluetooth devices will be shown� Select the Bluetooth mouse and click Next� 7� Select “Don’t use a passkey” and click Next� 8�...

  • Page 56: Operating System And Software

    Appendix Operating System and Software This Notebook PC may offer (depending on territory) its customers the choice of a pre-installed Micro- soft Windows operating system. The choices and languages will depend on the territory. The levels of hardware and software support may vary depending on the installed operating system. The stability and compatibility of other operating systems cannot be guaranteed.

  • Page 57: System Bios Settings

    Appendix System BIOS Settings Boot Device 1� On the Boot screen, select Boot Device Priority. 2� Select each item and press [Enter] to select a device� Security Setting To clear the password: 2� Type in a password and press [Enter]� 1�...

  • Page 58: Save Changes

    Appendix System BIOS Settings (cont.) Password Check User Access Level Select whether to ask for a password during bootup (Always) Select the level of access to allow the “User Password” to or only when entering the BIOS setup utility (Setup)� have in the BIOS setup utility�...

  • Page 59: Common Problems And Solutions

    4. If the problem still exist, contact your local service center and ask an engineer for assistance. Hardware Problem - Keyboard / Hotkey The Hotkey (FN) is disabled. A. Reinstall the “ATK0100” driver from the driver CD or download it from the ASUS website. Hardware Problem - Built-in Camera The built-in camera does not work correctly.

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    Diagnostics: 1. Power On by Battery only? (Y = 2, N = 4) 2. Able to see BIOS (ASUS Logo)? (Y = 3, N = A) 3. Able to load the OS? (Y = B, N = A) 4. Adapter power LED ON? (Y = 5, N = C) 5.

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    4. Update the BIOS to the latest version with WINFLASH in Windows or AFLASH in DOS mode. These utilities and BIOS files can be downloaded from the ASUS website. (WARNING: Make sure your Notebook PC does not loose power during the BIOS flashing process.) 5.

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    Reboot the system. Assuming that you have successfully flashed the BIOS file, press [F2] to enter BIOS setup page when the ASUS logo appears during system boot-up. f. After entering BIOS setup page, go to Exit page and choose Load Manufacture Defaults.

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    Appendix Common Problems and Solutions (Cont.) Symantec’s Norton Internet Security (NIS) 1. Sometimes NIS will show an alert to stop a Trojan virus from a local IP address. This problem can be solved by making sure the virus definition file is the latest one and regularly updating the virus definition file. 2. Reinstalling fails at the “Information Wizard” after uninstalling Norton Antivirus. Make sure NIS has been uninstalled from your computer, reboot your system, install NIS again, use “Live Update”...

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    Appendix Common Problems and Solutions (Cont.) 9. Windows Firewall must be stopped before installing “Norton Internet Security” or “Norton Personal Firewall”. How to stop Windows Firewall: 1. Click Start and then Control Panel. 2. You will have one of two control panels. Click on the Security Center icon. 3. Click on the Windows Firewall icon beneath the status updates. 4. Click Off and then click OK. 10. Why is the “Privacy Control” icon showing ‘x’? Turn off Privacy Control from “Status &...

  • Page 65: Windows Vista Software Recovery

    1. Press [F9] during bootup (requires a Recovery Partition) 2. Press [Enter] to select Windows Setup [EMS Enabled] 3. Read the “ASUS Preload Wizard” screen and click Next. 4. Select a partition option and click Next. Partition options: Recover Windows to first partition only.

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    4. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the recovery process. WARNING: Do not remove the Recovery disc (unless instructed to do so) during the recovery process or else your partitions will be unusable. Please visit for updated drivers and utilities. A-1...

  • Page 67: Glossary

    Appendix Glossary ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Power Management Interface) Modern standard for reducing power usage in computers. APM (Advanced Power Management) Modern standard for reducing power usage in computers. AWG (American Wire Gauge) This table is for general reference only and should not be used as a source of the American Wire Gauge standard as this table may not be current or complete.

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    Appendix Glossary (Cont.) CPU (Central Processing Unit) The CPU, sometimes called “Processor,” actually functions as the “brain” of the computer. It interprets and executes program commands and processes data stored in memory. Device Driver A device driver is a special set of instructions that allows the computer’s operating system to communicate with devices such as VGA, audio, Ethernet, printer, or modem.

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    Appendix Glossary (Cont.) Laser Classifications As lasers became more numerous and more widely used, the need to warn users of laser hazards became apparent. To meet this need, laser classifications were established. Current classification levels vary from optically safe, requiring no controls (Class 1) to very hazardous, requiring strict controls (Class 4). CLASS 1: A Class 1 laser or laser system emits levels of optical energy that are eye-safe and consequently require no controls.

  • Page 70: Suspend Mode

    Appendix Glossary (Cont.) Suspend Mode In Save-to-RAM (STR) and Save-to-Disk (STD), the CPU clock is stopped and most of the Notebook PC devices are put in their lowest active state. The Notebook PC enters Suspend when the system remains idle for a specified amount of time or manually using the function keys. The time-out setting of both Hard Disk and Video can be set by the BIOS Setup.

  • Page 71: Declarations And Safety Statements

    Appendix Declarations and Safety Statements DVD-ROM Drive Information The Notebook PC comes with an optional DVD-ROM drive or a CD-ROM drive. In order to view DVD titles, you must install your own DVD viewer software. Optional DVD viewer software may be purchased with this Notebook PC.

  • Page 72: Internal Modem Compliancy

    Appendix Internal Modem Compliancy The Notebook PC with internal modem model complies with JATE (Japan), FCC (US, Canada, Korea, Taiwan), and CTR21. The internal modem has been approved in accordance with Council Decision 98/482/EC for pan-European single terminal connection to the public switched telephone network (PSTN).

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    Appendix Internal Modem Compliancy (Cont.) This table shows the countries currently under the CTR21 standard. Country Applied More Testing Austria Belgium Czech Republic Not Applicable Denmark Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Not Applicable Iceland Ireland Italy Still Pending Still Pending Israel Lichtenstein Luxemburg The Netherlands...

  • Page 74: Federal Communications Commission Statement

    Appendix Federal Communications Commission Statement This device complies with FCC Rules Part 15. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: • This device may not cause harmful interference, and • This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

  • Page 75: Ce Mark Warning

    Appendix FCC Radio Frequency (RF) Exposure Caution Statement This equipment complies with FCC RF exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. To maintain compliance with FCC RF exposure compliance requirements, please follow operation instruc- tions in the user’s manual. This equipment is for operation within 5.15 GHz and 5.25GHz frequency ranges and is restricted to indoor environments only.

  • Page 76: Wireless Operation Channel For Different Domains

    Appendix Wireless Operation Channel for Different Domains N. America 2.412-2.462 GHz Ch01 through CH11 Japan 2.412-2.484 GHz Ch01 through Ch14 Europe ETSI 2.412-2.472 GHz Ch01 through Ch13 France Restricted Wireless Frequency Bands Some areas of France have a restricted frequency band. The worst case maximum authorized power indoors are: •...

  • Page 77: Ul Safety Notices

    Appendix UL Safety Notices Required for UL 1459 covering telecommunications (telephone) equipment intended to be electrically connected to a telecommunication network that has an operating voltage to ground that does not exceed 200V peak, 300V peak-to-peak, and 105V rms, and installed or used in accordance with the National Electrical Code (NFPA 70).

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    Appendix Nordic Lithium Cautions (for lithium-ion batteries) CAUTION! Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of used bat- teries according to the manufacturer’s instructions. (English) ATTENZIONE! Rischio di esplosione della batteria se sostituita in modo errato. Sosti- tuire la batteria con un una di tipo uguale o equivalente consigliata dalla fabbrica.

  • Page 79: Optical Drive Safety Information

    Appendix Optical Drive Safety Information Laser Safety Information Internal or external optical drives sold with this Notebook PC contains a CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT. Laser classifications can be found in the glossary at the end of this user’s manual. WARNING: Making adjustments or performing procedures other than those specified in the user’s manual may result in hazardous laser exposure.

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    Appendix CTR 21 Approval (for Notebook PC with built-in Modem) Danish Dutch English Finnish French German Greek Italian Portuguese Spanish Swedish A-30...

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    Appendix A-31...

  • Page 82: Notebook Pc Information

    Appendix Notebook PC Information This page is provided for recording information concerning your Notebook PC for future reference or for technical support. Keep this User’s Manual in a secured location if passwords are filled out. Owner’s Name: ___________________________ Owner’s Telephone: ______________ Manufacturer: _______________ Model: ___________ Serial Number: ______________ Display Size: ___________ Resolution: _____________Memory Size: ______________ Retailer: _________________Location: ___________ Purchase Date: ______________...

  • Page 83: Copyright Information

    ASUS will only be responsible for or indemnify you for loss, damages or claims based in contract, tort or infringement under this Warranty Statement. This limit also applies to ASUS’ suppliers and its reseller. It is the maximum for which ASUS, its sup- pliers, and your reseller are collectively responsible.

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