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Vizio 15.6” Notebook Quick Start Manual

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  • Page 1 VIZIO QUICK START GUIDE 15.6” Notebook...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Package Contents ................ 1 Getting Started ................2 Getting to Know Your PC Ports ................... 6 Function Keys ..............8 Touchpad ................10 What’s New in Windows 8............14 ® Gestures in Windows 8 ............ 15 ® Connecting a USB Device ............
  • Page 3: Package Contents

    Package Contents VIZIO Notebook This Quick AC Adapter Power Cable Start Guide...
  • Page 4: Getting Started

    Connect the Power Cord to the AC Adapter, then connect to the PC. Plug the Power Cord into an electrical outlet. IMPORTANT: Use only the VIZIO AC Adapter and Power cord with your PC. Using other adapters may cause damage to your PC.
  • Page 5 Bottom of Ethernet port is spring- loaded. For easy insertion of Ethernet cable, gently lower the bottom edge of port. Connect an Ethernet cable* to the Ethernet port on the left side of the PC. If you plan to connect to your network wirelessly, you can skip this step.
  • Page 6 Press the Power button on the PC, then follow the on-screen instructions to setup Windows.
  • Page 7 Your PC is ready to use. Save the product packaging. It can be used to ship the PC if servicing is needed.
  • Page 8: Getting To Know Your Pc - Ports

    Getting to Know Your PC - Ports Right Side SD Card Reader - Insert USB 3.0 - Connect USB standard-size SD cards. devices. (Thumb drives, (Commonly used in tablets, phones, mp3 cameras and tablets.) players, printers etc.) HDMI Out - Connect to HDMI TVs or monitors to share video, presentations, or to use dual displays.
  • Page 9 Left Side Power - Connect AC Headphone - Connect adapter here. 3.5mm headphone jack. This port can be used with headsets that have a microphone. Gigabit Ethernet - Connect USB 3.0 - Connect USB to your router or modem for devices.
  • Page 10: Function Keys

    Getting to Know Your PC - Function Keys Function Keys - These keys are used as shortcuts for special functions. See next page. fn - Press and hold this key and one of the keys on page 9 to use F1, F2, F3, etc.
  • Page 11 V Key - Launch VIZIO Mute - Turn speakers off or experience page. (Internet access required) Display Toggle - Switch Volume Down - Decrease between PC screen and loudness of speakers. external monitor or TV. Wireless - Turn the wireless Volume Up - Increase on or off.
  • Page 12 Getting to Know Your PC - Touchpad Left Click Area Right Click Area...
  • Page 13 To move the on-screen cursor, gently slide the tip of your fi nger across the Touchpad. To select an item, tap the Touchpad or press the Left Click Area. To drag an item, tap twice, then slide your fi nger without lifting. Lift fi nger to drop item.
  • Page 14: Touchpad

    To scroll pages up/down, gently slide two fi ngers up/down the Touchpad. To scroll pages left/right, gently slide two fi ngers left/right across the Touchpad.
  • Page 15 To zoom in, gently spread two fi ngers across the Touchpad. To zoom out, gently pinch two fi ngers together on the Touchpad.
  • Page 16: What's New In Windows ® 8

    What’s New in Windows ® Windows has been reimagined to focus on your life. It’s smooth, intuitive, and gives you instant access to your people, apps, and stuff, so you spend less time searching and more time doing. You’ll love browsing through the Windows Store and downloading apps to help you work more efficiently, or installing the latest games so you can compete with friends.
  • Page 17: Gestures In Windows 8

    Gestures in Windows ® Swipe from the right edge system commands. Swiping from the right side of the Touchpad reveals the charms with system commands.
  • Page 18 Gestures in Windows ® Swipe from the left edge to switch apps. Swiping from the left side of the Touchpad reveals thumbnails of your open apps so you can switch to them quickly.
  • Page 19 Swipe from the top edge for app commands. App commands are revealed by swiping down from the top edge.
  • Page 20: Connecting A Usb Device

    Connecting a USB Device Before connecting your USB device, consult its user manual. Some devices require drivers to be installed. Drivers are often available from the manufacturer’s website.
  • Page 21 Connect your USB device or cable to one of the USB ports. The USB logo ports. The USB logo on the cable or device should be on the cable or device should be facing up.
  • Page 22: Device

    Follow Windows on-screen instructions to begin using your device.
  • Page 23 Click this tray icon to eject a drive from desktop mode. Before removing storage devices, such as fl ash drives, external hard drives, be sure to eject the drive in Windows. This can prevent data loss.
  • Page 24 Pairing a Bluetooth Device ® Before pairing your Bluetooth device, consult its user manual. The methods for pairing Bluetooth devices may vary.
  • Page 25 Set your device to discoverable mode. (Consult your device’s user manual for details.)
  • Page 26 Select the Settings button in the charms bar, then select Change PC Settings.
  • Page 27 Select Devices, then Select Add a device. Follow the on-screen instructions.
  • Page 28: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Most issues with the Windows operating system can be resolved using the built-in help system, but if you need additional assistance, call Microsoft Technical Support: For US and Canada: (877) 274-1140 For Mexico: (800) 563-0602 Technical support provided by Microsoft for fi rst 90 days. I am having trouble connecting to the Internet.
  • Page 29 There is no sound from my PC’s speakers. • Increase the volume using the function keys (F8 and F9). • Ensure the volume is not muted. Press F7 to toggle the mute function. • Increase the volume control in Windows. •...
  • Page 30: Limited Warranty

    (unless the battery’s unit may, at VIZIO’s sole option and discretion, be new or fully charged capacity falls below 50% of its rated capacity one which has been recertified, reconditioned, refurbished...
  • Page 31 VIZIO; accessories or MEET YOUR REQUIREMENTS, WORK IN COMBINATION WITH parts that are not installed in the VIZIO factory. All monitors, ANY HARDWARE OR SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS OR THIRD keyboards, and mice not shipped as original equipment PARTY SERVICES, BE UNINTERRUPTED, ERROR-FREE, OR WITHOUT with your computer are not covered.
  • Page 32: Regulatory Information

    • Increase the separation between the equipment • Contact for FCC matters: and receiver. VIZIO, Inc. • Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit 39 Tesla different from that to which the receiver is connected. Irvine, CA 92618 •...
  • Page 33: Greener Methods

    Computer (Internal) HDD Capacity On Battery Windows 8 15 minutes 5 minutes The HDD capacity on VIZIO computers may appear to be smaller than the size stated in the product specifications, documentation or on the packaging. This is because Plugged In Windows 8...
  • Page 34: Legal Notices

    VIZIO to be returned by the original All software is provided subject to a software license purchaser during the initial 30 day period following agreement and you agree that you will be bound by the date of purchase. First, you must obtain a VIZIO...
  • Page 35 Unless the computer is defective or the return is a direct the computer to you at your expense with no refund result of a VIZIO error, VIZIO may charge up to 10% of issued. the purchase price paid as a restocking fee per each item returned.
  • Page 36 Quick Start Guide may be trademarks, This Quick Start Guide may not be copied in whole or trade names or service marks of others and VIZIO, Inc. in part without the written permission of VIZIO, Inc. disclaims any interest in trademarks, trade names or service marks other than its own.
  • Page 37 Replace the battery only with the same or equivalent type of battery When traveling by airplane, bring the computer as recommended by VIZIO. Contact MRM or carry-on luggage and do not check the computer in your local waste disposal agency to as- with your checked-in luggage.
  • Page 38 Do Even More with Your Notebook! VIZIO High Speed HDMI Cables - Extreme Slim Series allow you to output video at Full HD 1080p for presentations, sharing video, using a secondary monitor, and more. This all-in-one cable delivers HD video + audio to any HDMI-enabled screen.
  • Page 39 • Adds 1-Year of anti-theft tracking system • World class security Go to For US and Canada: (877) 274-1140 www.microsoftstore.com/VIZIOpremium For Mexico: (800) 563-0602 to sign up now. Email: PCsupport@VIZIO.com Technical support provided by Microsoft for fi rst 90 days. *Plus applicable tax...
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