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Satellite C650/C650D
Satellite Pro C650/C650D Series

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    User’s Manual Satellite C650/C650D Satellite Pro C650/C650D Series...

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    © 2010 by TOSHIBA Corporation. All rights reserved. Under the copyright laws, this manual cannot be reproduced in any form without the prior writ- ten permission of TOSHIBA. No patent liability is assumed, with respect to the use of the information contained herein.

  • Page 3: Safety Instructions

    Secure Digital and SD are trademarks of SD Card Association. MultiMediaCard and MMC are trademarks of MultiMediaCard Association. Labelflash™ is a trademark of YAMAHA CORPORATION. Other trademarks and registered trademarks not listed above may be used in this manual. Safety Instructions Use the following safety guidelines to help to protect yourself and your computer.

  • Page 4: Fcc Information

    Only peripherals complying with the FCC class B limits may be attached to this equipment. Operation with non-compliant peripherals or peripherals not recommended by TOSHIBA is likely to result in interference to radio and TV reception. Shielded cables must be used between the external devices and the computer’s external monitor port, USB port, and...

  • Page 5: Working Environment

    This product is carrying the CE-Mark in accordance with the related European Directives. Responsible for CE-Marking is TOSHIBA Europe GmbH, Hammfelddamm 8, 41460 Neuss, Germany. The complete and official EU Declaration of Conformity can be found on TOSHIBA’s web site http://epps.toshiba-teg.com on the Internet.

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    Any consequences resulting from the use of this product in working environments that are not approved are not the responsibility of TOSHIBA.The consequences of the use of this product in non-approved working environments may be: ■ Interference with other devices or machines in the near surrounding area.

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    For more detailed information about the collection and recycling programmes available in your country, please visit our website (http://eu.computers.toshiba-europe.com) or contact your local city office or the shop where you purchased the product. Disposal of Batteries and/or Accumulators The crossed out wheeled dust bin symbol indicates that batteries and/or accumulators must be collected and disposed of separately from household waste.

  • Page 8: Following Information Is Only For Turkey

    The new European Union (EU) chemical regulation, REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals), entered into force on 1 June 2007. TOSHIBA will meet all REACH requirements and is committed to provide our customers with information about the chemical substances in our products according to REACH regulation.

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    ENERGY STAR logo on the computer and the following information applies. TOSHIBA is a partner in the ENERGY STAR Program and has designed this computer to meet the latest ENERGY STAR guidelines for energy efficiency.

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    Optical Disc Drive Safety Instructions ■ The drive employs a laser system. To ensure proper use of this product, please read this manual carefully and retain for future reference. Should the unit ever require maintenance, contact an authorized service location. ■...

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    Toshiba Samsung Storage Technology TS-L633C/TS-L633Y Location of the required label PRODUCT IS CERTIFIED BY THE MANUFACTURER TO COMPLY WITH DHHS RULES 21 CFR CHAPTER 1, SUBCHAPTER J, APPLICABLE AT THE DATE OF MANUFACTURE. MANUFACTURED Toshiba Samsung Storage Technology Korea Corporation...

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    TEAC DV-W28S-V Location of the required label THIS PRODUCT COMPLIES WITH 21 CFR 1040.10 AND 1040.11 EXCEPT FOR DEVIATIONS PURSUANT TO LASER NOTICE NO.50. DATED JUNE 24,2007. MANUFACTURED TEAC CORPORATION 1-47 OCHIAI, TAMA-SHI, TOKYO, JAPAN User’s Manual...

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    International Precautions CAUTION: This appliance contains a laser system and is classified as a “CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT.” To use this model properly, read the instruction manual carefully and keep this manual for your future reference. In case of any trouble with this model, please contact your nearest “AUTHORIZED service station.”...

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    OBS! Apparaten innehåller laserkomponent som avger laserstråining överstigande gränsen för laserklass 1. VAROITUS. Suojakoteloa si saa avata. Laite sisältää laserdiodin, joka lähetää näkymätöntä silmilie vaarallista lasersäteilyä. CAUTION: USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED IN THE OWNER’S MANUAL MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.

  • Page 15: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Preface General Precautions Getting Started Chapter 1 Equipment Checklist ........1-1 Hardware .

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    Special Features ......... . 3-7 TOSHIBA Value Added Package ......3-9 Utilities and Applications.

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    TOSHIBA Disc Creator ........4-16...

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    Cleaning The Computer ........4-28 Moving The Computer ........4-28 Heat Dispersal.

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    TOSHIBA Support........

  • Page 20: Preface

    Preface Congratulations on your purchase of the TOSHIBA Satellite C650/Satellite C650D/Satellite Pro C650/Satellite Pro C650D Series computer. This pow- erful, lightweight notebook computer is designed to provide years of relia- ble, high-performance computing. This manual tells you how to set up and begin using your Satellite C650/Satellite C650D/Satellite Pro C650/Satellite Pro C650D Series computer.

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    Preface Chapter 5, Keyboard, describes special keyboard functions such as hot keys. Chapter 6, Power and Power-up Modes, gives details on the computer’s power resources and battery save modes. Chapter 7, HW Setup and Passwords, explains how to configure the computer using the HW Setup program.

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    Preface Display Names of windows or icons or text generated by the computer that appear on its display screen are presented in the typeface you see to the left. Messages Messages are used in this manual to bring important information to your attention.

  • Page 23: General Precautions

    General Precautions TOSHIBA computers are designed to optimize safety, minimize strain and withstand the rigors of portability. However, certain precautions should be observed to further reduce the risk of personal injury or damage to the computer. Be certain to read the general precautions below and to note the cautions included in the text of the manual.

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    General Precautions To keep your computer in prime operating condition, protect your work area from: ■ Dust, moisture, and direct sunlight. ■ Equipment that generates a strong electromagnetic field, such as stereo speakers (other than speakers that are connected to the computer) or speakerphones.

  • Page 25: Instruction Manual For Safety And Comfort

    General Precautions Mobile Phones Please be aware that the use of mobile phones can interfere with the audio system. The operation of the computer will not be impaired in any way, but it is recommended that a minimum distance of 30cm is maintained between the computer and a mobile phone that is in use.

  • Page 26: Equipment Checklist

    Some of the features described in this manual may not function properly if you use an operating system that was not preinstalled by TOSHIBA. Equipment Checklist Carefully unpack your computer. Save the box and packaging materials for future use.

  • Page 27: Software

    Wireless LAN driver ■ TOSHIBA Assist ■ TOSHIBA ConfigFree ■ TOSHIBA Disc Creator ■ TOSHIBA DVD PLAYER (Is preinstalled with some models) ■ TOSHIBA Face Recognition (Is preinstalled with some models) ■ TOSHIBA User’s Manual ■ TOSHIBA Value Added Package ■...

  • Page 28: Connecting The Ac Adaptor

    Getting Started ■ Restoring the pre-installed software from the Recovery hard disk drive ■ Restoring the pre-installed software from your created Recovery Media If you are a new user, follow the steps in each section of this chapter as you prepare to operate your computer ■...

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    ■ Always use the TOSHIBA AC adaptor that was included with your computer or use AC adaptors specified by TOSHIBA to avoid any risk of fire or other damage to the computer. Use of an incompatible AC adaptor could cause fire or damage to the computer possibly resulting in serious injury.

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    Getting Started 1. Connect the power cord to the AC adaptor. Figure 1-1 Connecting the power cord to the AC adaptor (2-pin plug) Figure 1-2 Connecting the power cord to the AC adaptor (3-pin plug) Either a 2-pin or 3-pin adaptor/cord will be included with the computer depending on the model.

  • Page 31: Opening The Display

    Getting Started Opening The Display The display panel can be opened to a wide range of angles for optimal viewing. While holding down the palm rest with one hand so that the main body of the computer is not raised, slowly lift the display panel - this will allow the angle of the display panel to be adjusted to provide optimum clarity.

  • Page 32: Turning On The Power

    Getting Started Turning On The Power This section describes how to turn on the power - the Power indicator will then indicate the status. Please refer to the System Indicators section in Chapter 6, Power and Power-up Modes for more information. ■...

  • Page 33: Sleep Mode

    Getting Started 1. If you have entered data, either save it to the hard disk drive or to other storage media. 2. Make sure all disk/disc activity has stopped before removing the CD/DVD or floppy diskette. ■ Make sure the Optical Disc Drive indicator is off. If you turn off the power while a disk (disc) is being accessed, you may lose data or damage the disk.

  • Page 34: Executing Sleep Mode

    Getting Started ■ When the AC adaptor is connected, the computer will go into Sleep Mode according to the settings in the Power Options (to access it, Start → Control Panel → System and Security → Power Options). ■ To restore the operation of the computer from Sleep Mode, press and hold the power button or any key on the keyboard for a short amount of time.

  • Page 35: Hibernation Mode

    Getting Started ■ When the computer is shut down in Sleep Mode, the power indicator will blink amber. ■ If you are operating the computer on battery power, you can lengthen the overall operating time by turning it off into Hibernation Mode - Sleep Mode will consume more power while the computer is off.

  • Page 36: Restarting The Computer

    Getting Started Starting Hibernation Mode You can also enable Hibernation Mode by pressing FN + F4 - please refer to Chapter 5, Keyboard, for further details. To enter Hibernation Mode, follow the steps below. 1. Click Start. 2. Point to the arrow icon ( ) and then select Hibernate from the menu.

  • Page 37: System Recovery Options

    Getting Started ■ Press the power button and hold it down for five seconds. Once the computer has turned itself off, wait between ten and fifteen seconds before turning the power on again by pressing the power button. System Recovery Options There is a hidden partition allocated on the hard disk drive for the System Recovery Options.

  • Page 38: System Recovery

    Getting Started System Recovery This section describes the creation of Recovery Media and their use. Creating Recovery Media This section describes how to create Recovery Media. ■ Be sure to connect the AC adaptor when you create Recovery Media. ■ Be sure to close all other software programs except the Recovery Media Creator.

  • Page 39: Restoring The Pre-installed Software From Your Created Recovery Media

    Getting Started 4. Double click the Recovery Media Creator icon on the Windows 7 desktop, or select the application from Start Menu. 5. After Recovery Media Creator starts, select the type of media and the title you wish to copy, and then click the Create button. Restoring the pre-installed software from the Recovery hard disk drive A portion of the total hard disk drive space is configured as a hidden...

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    4. A menu will be displayed from which you should follow the on-screen instructions When drivers/utilities are installed, you can setup the respective drivers/utilities from the following place. To open the setup files, Click Start → All Programs → TOSHIBA → Applications and Drivers. User’s Manual 1-15...

  • Page 41: Chapter 2 The Grand Tour

    Chapter 2 The Grand Tour This chapter identifies the various components of your computer. Become familiar with each component before you operate the computer. Front with The Display Closed Figure 2-1 shows the computer’s front with its display panel in the closed position.

  • Page 42: Left Side

    The Grand Tour Left Side Figure 2-2 shows the computer’s left side. XTERNAL MONITOR PORT AN VENT ECURITY LOCK SLOT 4.LAN JACK EADPHONE JACK ICROPHONE JACK 7.USB PORTS Figure 2-2 The left side of the computer External monitor This 15-pin port allows you to connect an port external monitor.

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    The Grand Tour ■ Do not connect any cable other than a LAN cable to the LAN jack. It could cause damage or malfunction. ■ Do not connect the LAN cable to a power supply. It could cause damage or malfunction. Headphone jack A standard 3.5 mm mini headphone jack enables connection of a stereo headphone (16 ohm...

  • Page 44: Right Side

    The Grand Tour Right Side Figure 2-3 shows the computer’s right side. PTICAL DISC DRIVE 2.DC IN 19V Figure 2-3 The right side of the computer Optical disc drive A DVD Super Multi (± R DL) drive. DC IN 19V The AC adaptor connects to this socket.

  • Page 45: Underside

    Power and Power-up Modes, describes how to access the battery pack. Additional battery packs can be purchased from your TOSHIBA dealer to extend the computer’s battery operating time. Battery pack lock Slide the battery pack lock to unlocked position to free the battery release latch.

  • Page 46: Front With The Display Open

    The Grand Tour Front with The Display Open Figure 2-6 shows the front of the computer with the display open.To open the display, lift the display up and position the display at a comfortable viewing angle. LED* EB CAMERA EB CAMERA UILT IN MICROPHONE ISPLAY SCREEN...

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    The Grand Tour Power button Press the power button to turn the computer’s power on and off. The Power indicator indicates the status. Stereo speaker The speaker emits sound generated by your software as well as audio alarms, such as low battery condition, generated by the system.

  • Page 48: System Indicators

    The Grand Tour System Indicators Figure 2-7 shows the system indicators, which light when various computer operations are in progress. 1.DC IN/B ATTERY OWER Figure 2-7 System indicators DC IN/Battery The DC IN/Battery indicator shows the condition of the charge. Green means fully charged and glows amber means being charged.

  • Page 49: Keyboard Indicators

    The Grand Tour Keyboard Indicators The figure below shows the position of the CAPS LOCK indicator and the NUM LOCK indicator which show the following conditions: ■ When the CAPS LOCK indicator glows, the keyboard is in all-caps mode. ■ When the NUM LOCK indicator glows, the ten key allows you to enter numbers.

  • Page 50: Optical Disc Drive

    Writable Discs This section describes the types of writable CD/DVD discs. Check the specifications for your drive to for the type of discs it can write. Use TOSHIBA Disc Creator to write compact discs. Refer to Chapter 4, Operating Basics ■...

  • Page 51: Dvd Super Multi (± R Dl) Drive

    The Grand Tour DVD Super Multi (± R DL) Drive The full-size DVD Super Multi drive (±R DL) module allows you to record data to rewritable CD/DVDs as well as run either 12cm (4.72") or 8cm (3.15") CD/DVDs without using an adapter. The read speed is slower at the center of a disc and faster at the outer edge.

  • Page 52: Ac Adaptor

    Always use the TOSHIBA AC adaptor that was included with your computer, or use AC adaptors specified by TOSHIBA to avoid any risk of fire or other damage to the computer. Use of an incompatible AC adaptor could cause fire or damage to the computer possibly resulting in serious injury.

  • Page 53: Chapter 3 Hardware, Utilities And Options

    Built-in Your computer is equipped with one processor and processor type varies depending on model. To check which type of processor is included in your model, open the TOSHIBA PC Diagnostic Tool Utility by clicking Start All Programs → →...

  • Page 54: Disks

    Hardware, Utilities and Options Video RAM*6 Depending on the model you purchased. ® Mobile Intel GM45 Express Chipset model/ Mobile Intel ® GL40 Express Chipset mode/ ® Mobile Intel HM55 Express Chipset model: Video RAM capacity shares with main memory, and the proportion depends on Dynamic Video Memory Technology.

  • Page 55: Display

    Hardware, Utilities and Options Some models are equipped with a full-size DVD DVD Super Multi (±R Super Multi (± R DL) drive module that allows you DL) Drive to record data to rewritable CD/DVDs as well as run CD/DVDs without using an adaptor. It reads DVD-ROMs at maximum 8 speed and CD-ROMs at maximum 24 speed.

  • Page 56: Keyboard

    Hardware, Utilities and Options Display Power Saving Technology Your model may include the Display Power Saving Technology feature that can save the computer's power consumption by optimizing picture contrast on the internal LCD. This feature can be used if the computer is: ■...

  • Page 57: Pointing Device

    Hardware, Utilities and Options Pointing Device A touchpad and control buttons in the palm rest Built-in enable control of the on-screen pointer. Power The computer is powered by one rechargeable Battery pack*3 lithium-ion battery pack. The internal RTC battery backs up the Real Time RTC battery Clock (RTC) and calendar.

  • Page 58: Multimedia

    TOSHIBA Utilities A number of utilities and drivers are preinstalled to make your computer more convenient to use. Refer to the TOSHIBA Value Added Package Utilities and Applications sections in this chapter. Plug and Play When you connect an external device to the...

  • Page 59: Special Features

    Hardware, Utilities and Options Special Features The following features are either unique to TOSHIBA computers or are advanced features which make the computer more convenient to use. To access the Power Options, click Start → Control Panel → System and Maintenance →...

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    Hardware, Utilities and Options Panel power on/off This feature turns power to the computer off when the display panel is closed and turns it back on when the panel is opened. This can be specified in the Power Options. Low battery When battery power is exhausted to the point automatic that computer operation cannot be continued, the...

  • Page 61: Toshiba Value Added Package

    Hardware, Utilities and Options TOSHIBA Value Added Package This section describes the TOSHIBA Component features preinstalled on the computer. TOSHIBA Power TOSHIBA Power Saver provides you with the Saver features of more various power supply managements. TOSHIBA Zooming This utility allows you to enlarge or reduce the...

  • Page 62: Utilities And Applications

    → Applications DVD-RAM Utility → TOSHIBA ConfigFree ConfigFree is a suite of utilities to allow easy control of communication devices and network connections. ConfigFree also allows you to find communication problems and create profiles for easy switching between location and communication networks.

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    This application allows your computer to TOSHIBA Service automatically search for TOSHIBA software Station updates or other alerts from TOSHIBA that are specific to your computer system and its programs. When enabled, this application periodically transmits to our servers a limited...

  • Page 64: Options

    A slot is available to attach a security cable to the computer to deter theft. Optional Devices Optional devices can expand the computer’s capabilities and its versatility. The following optional devices are available from your TOSHIBA dealer: Cards/Memory ■ Memory cards: Secure Digital (SD), Secure Digital High Capacity...

  • Page 65: Power Devices

    Hardware, Utilities and Options Power Devices ■ Additional battery pack (3 cell and 6 cell) ■ Additional AC adaptor Peripheral Devices ■ USB FDD Kit ■ External monitor Other ■ Security lock Bridge Media Slot The computer is equipped with a Bridge media slot that can accommodate some kinds of memory media with various memory capacities so that you can easily transfer data from devices, such as digital cameras and Personal Digital Assistants.

  • Page 66: Memory Media

    Hardware, Utilities and Options Memory Media This section provides the important safety precautions in order to handle your memory media. Points to Note About the SD/SDHC/SDXC Memory Card SD/SDHC/SDXC memory cards comply with SDMI (Secure Digital Music Initiative), which is a technology adopted to prevent unlawful copy or playback of digital music.

  • Page 67: Media Care

    Hardware, Utilities and Options Should you need to format all areas of the memory card, including the protected area, you will need to obtain an appropriate application that applies the copy protection system. Media Care Observe the following precautions when handling the card. Card Care ■...

  • Page 68: Inserting A Memory Media

    Hardware, Utilities and Options Inserting a Memory Media The following instructions apply to all types of supported media devices. To insert a memory media, follow the steps as detailed below: 1. Insert the memory card. 2. Press gently to ensure a firm connection. RIDGE MEDIA SLOT HE MEMORY CARD ’...

  • Page 69: Memory Expansion

    Hardware, Utilities and Options HE MEMORY CARD ’ HE CARD S SHAPE DEPENDS ON THE CARD YOU PURCHASED Figure 3-3 Removing the inserted memory card ■ If you remove the memory media or turn off the power while the computer is accessing the memory media, you may lose data or damage the media.

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    Hardware, Utilities and Options 2. Remove all cables connected to the computer. 3. Turn the computer upside down and remove the battery pack (refer to Replacing The Battery Pack section in Chapter 6.) 4. Remove one screw securing the memory module cover. 5.

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    Hardware, Utilities and Options Figure 3-5 Inserting the memory module Figure 3-6 Pushing the memory module down 8. Seat the cover and secure it with one screw. 9. When you turn the computer on, it should automatically recognize the total memory capacity. Use the HW Setup program to verify that the added memory is recognized.

  • Page 72: Removing Memory Module

    Hardware, Utilities and Options Removing Memory Module To remove the memory module, make sure the computer is in boot mode then: 1. Turn the computer off and remove all cables connected to the com- puter. ■ If you use the computer for a long time, the memory modules will become hot.

  • Page 73: Additional Battery Pack (3 Cell And 6 Cell)

    Hardware, Utilities and Options Additional Battery Pack (3 Cell and 6 Cell) You can increase the portability of the computer with additional battery packs. If you’re away from an AC power source, you can replace a low battery with a fully charged one. See Chapter 6, Power and Power-up Modes.

  • Page 74: Security Lock

    Hardware, Utilities and Options 3. Turn the external monitor’s power on. 4. Turn the computer’s power on. When you turn on the power, the computer automatically recognizes the monitor and determines whether it is color or monochrome device.In the event that you find that there are issues getting an image displayed on the correct monitor, you should consider using the FN + F5 hot key to change the display settings (if you then disconnect the external monitor before you turn the computer's power off, be sure to press FN + F5 hot key again to...

  • Page 75: Chapter 4 Operating Basics

    Chapter 4 Operating Basics This chapter gives information on basic operations including using the touchpad, optical disc drives, Audio/Video controls, the web camera, the microphone, wireless communication and LAN. It also provides tips on caring for your computer, diskettes and CD/DVD. Using The Touchpad To use the touchpad, simply touch and move your finger tip across it in the direction you want the on-screen pointer to go.

  • Page 76: Touch Pad Gesture

    Operating Basics 1.TOUCHPAD CONTROL BUTTONS 2.TOUCHPAD Figure 4-1 Touchpad and control buttons Touch Pad Gesture Please refer to the touch pad settings in mouse properties. User’s Manual...

  • Page 77: Using The Web Camera

    Operating Basics Using The Web Camera Built-in web camera is provided with some models. This section describes the bundled webcam utility, which can capture still and video images. The web camera will auto-run when Windows starts and the LED glows blue. Please unstick the protective plastic-film before using the web camera.

  • Page 78: Using Toshiba Web Camera Application

    Operating Basics Using TOSHIBA Web Camera Application TOSHIBA Web Camera Application is pre-configured to start when you turn on Windows 7; if you need to restart it go to Start → All Programs → TOSHIBA → Utilities → Web Camera Application.

  • Page 79: Using The Toshiba Face Recognition

    TOSHIBA does not guarantee that the face recognition utility will accurately screen out unauthorized users at all times. TOSHIBA is not liable for any failure or damage that might arise out of the use of the face recognition software or utility.

  • Page 80: How To Register The Face Recognition Data

    Take a picture for facial verification purposes, and register the data needed when you log in. To register the data needed when you log in, follow the steps as described below: 1. To launch this utility, click Start → All Programs → TOSHIBA → Utilities → Face Recognition. ■...

  • Page 81: How To Delete The Face Recognition Data

    To delete the Face Recognition Data, follow the steps as described below: 1. To launch this utility, click Start → All Programs → TOSHIBA → Utilities → Face Recognition. The Management screen is displayed. 2. Select a user which is deleted in the Management screen.

  • Page 82: Using Optical Disc Drives

    CD/DVDs without an adapter. A Serial ATA interface controller is used for CD/DVD operation. ■ Use the TOSHIBA DVD PLAYER application to view DVD-Video discs in the model which has preinstalled TOSHIBA DVD PLAYER. ■ Use the Windows Media Player application to view DVD-Video discs in the model which has not preinstalled TOSHIBA DVD PLAYER.

  • Page 83: Loading Discs

    Operating Basics Loading Discs Please follow the steps below and refer to figures. a. When the power is on, press the eject button to open the drawer slightly. JECT BUTTON Figure 4-4 Pressing the eject button b. Pressing the eject button will not open the drawer when the drive’s power is off.

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    Operating Basics Grasp the drawer gently and pull until it is fully opened. Figure 4-6 Pulling the drawer open Lay the CD/DVD with the label side up in the drawer. Figure 4-7 Inserting a CD/DVD When the drawer is fully opened, the edge of the computer will extend slightly over the CD/DVD tray.

  • Page 85: Removing Discs

    Operating Basics ■ Do not touch the laser lens. Doing so could cause misalignment. ■ Do not keep foreign matter from entering the drive. Check the back edge of the tray to make sure it carries no debris before closing the drive.

  • Page 86: Writing Cd/dvds On Dvd Super Multi (±r Dl) Drive

    CD-R/-RW or DVD-R/- RW/+R/+RW/-RAM/+R DL/-R DL discs. The following application for writing is supplied: TOSHIBA Disc Creator. Important Message (DVD Super Multi (±R DL) Drive) Before you write or rewrite to CD-R/-RW or DVD-R/-RW/+R/+RW/-RAM/+R DL/-R DL disc, read and follow all setup and operating instructions in this section.

  • Page 87: Before Writing Or Rewriting

    Based on TOSHIBA’s limited compatibility testing, we suggest the following manufacturers of CD-R/-RW and DVD-R/+R/-RW/+RW/- RAM/+R DL/-R DL disc. However, in no event does TOSHIBA guarantee the operation, quality or performance of any disc. Disc quality can affect write or rewrite success rates CD-R: TAIYO YUDEN CO., LTD.

  • Page 88

    Operating Basics DVD-RW: DVD Specifications for Recordable Disc for General Version 1.1 or Version 1.2 VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LTD. (JVC) (for 2x, 4x and 6x speed media) MITSUBISHI KAGAKU MEDIA CO., LTD. (for 2x, 4x and 6x speed media) DVD+RW: MITSUBISHI KAGAKU MEDIA CO., LTD.

  • Page 89: When Writing Or Rewriting

    Write from the computer’s HDD to the CD/DVD. Do not try to write from shared devices such as a LAN server or any other network device. ■ Writing with software other than TOSHIBA Disc Creator is not recommended. When Writing or Rewriting Please observe/consider the following when you write or rewrite to a CD- R/-RW, DVD-R/-R DL/-RW/-RAM or DVD+R/+R DL/+RW disc.

  • Page 90: Disclaimer (dvd Super Multi (±r Dl) Drive)

    CD Player' function to record music to DVD-R, DVD-R DL, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+R DL or DVD+RW media. ■ Do not use the 'Disc Backup' function of TOSHIBA Disc Creator in order to copy DVD-Video or DVD-ROM material that has copyright protection. ■...

  • Page 91: Data Verification

    TOSHIBA Disc Creator cannot record in packet format. ■ You might not be able to use the 'Disc Backup' function of TOSHIBA Disc Creator to back up a DVD-R, DVD-R DL, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+R DL or DVD+RW disc that was made with other software on a different optical media recorder.

  • Page 92: Toshiba Dvd Player

    Operating Basics TOSHIBA DVD PLAYER Please be aware of the following limitations when you use the TOSHIBA DVD PLAYER. (Is preinstalled with some models) Notes on Use ■ "TOSHIBA DVD PLAYER" software is supported for playback of DVD- Video and DVD-VR.

  • Page 93: Display Devices & Audio

    DVD. Display Devices & Audio ■ "TOSHIBA DVD PLAYER" will only run when "Colors" is set to "True color (32 bit)". Click Start → Control Panel → Appearance and Personalization → Display → Adjust resolution, click Advanced settings, select Monitor tab, set colors to True color (32 bit).

  • Page 94: Starting Toshiba Dvd Player

    If this occurs, select Play DVD movie (using TOSHIBA DVD PLAYER), to launch the TOSHIBA DVD PLAYER. 2. Select Start → All Programs → TOSHIBA DVD PLAYER → TOSHIBA DVD PLAYER to start "TOSHIBA DVD PLAYER". Operating TOSHIBA DVD PLAYER Notes on using “TOSHIBA DVD PLAYER“.

  • Page 95: Media Care

    Operating Basics Media Care This section provides tips on protecting data stored on your CD/DVD. Handle your media with care. The following simple precautions will increase the lifetime of your media and protect the data stored on them. CD/DVD Store your CD/DVD in the container they came in to protect them and keep them clean.

  • Page 96: Changing System Sounds

    Operating Basics Changing System Sounds System sounds are assigned to inform you when certain events happen. This section explains how select an existing scheme or save one you have modified. To launch the configuration dialog window for system sounds, follow the steps below.

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    Operating Basics Voice Effects Controls Voice Recording and Voice Over IP (VOIP) phone conversation settings. ■ Voice Recording - Microphone Noise Reduction effect will be enabled to suppress background noise and project a clear voice. To select / deselect this setting, click on the Voice Recording icon. ■...

  • Page 98: Using The Microphone

    Operating Basics 2. Click on the Jazz button and you will immediately hear how the Jazz profile enhances the music output on the speakers. 3. To disable the selected profile, click on the OFF button. ■ Custom - Profiles will be created when you adjust the Equalizer Bars below the preset icons.

  • Page 99: Wireless Communications

    Be sure to enable encryption function. Otherwise your computer will allow the illegal access by outsider through Wireless LAN to cause illegal instruction, eavesdropping, and loss or destruction of stored data. TOSHIBA strongly recommends the customer to enable the encryption function. User’s Manual...

  • Page 100: Wireless Communication Hot Key

    Operating Basics ■ TOSHIBA is not liable for the eavesdropping of data due to the use of Wireless LAN and the damage thereof. Wireless Communication Hot key You can enable or disable RF transmission(Wireless LAN, etc.) functions on and off by pressing FN+F8. No transmissions are sent or received when the function is off.

  • Page 101: Connecting Lan Cable

    Operating Basics Connecting LAN Cable ■ Connect the AC adaptor before connecting the LAN cable. The AC adaptor must remain connected during LAN use. If you disconnect the AC Adaptor while the computer is accessing a LAN, the system may hang up.

  • Page 102: Disconnecting Lan Cable

    Operating Basics Disconnecting LAN Cable To disconnect the LAN cable, follow the steps below. Pinch the lever on the connector in the computer’s LAN jack and pull out the connector. Disconnect the cable from the LAN hub in the same manner. Check with your LAN administrator before disconnecting from the hub.

  • Page 103: Heat Dispersal

    Operating Basics Heat Dispersal To protect from overheating, the CPU has an internal temperature sensor. If the computer’s internal temperature rises to a certain level, the cooling fan is turned on or the processing speed is lowered. You can select whether to control the CPU temperature by turning on the fan first, then if necessary, lowering the CPU speed.

  • Page 104: Chapter 5 The Keyboard

    Chapter 5 The Keyboard The number of keys on your keyboard depends on which country/region’s keyboard layout your computer is configured with. Keyboards for numerous languages are available. There are four types of keys: typewriter keys, function keys, soft keys and Windows special keys.

  • Page 105: Function Keys: F1

    Soft Keys: FN Key Combinations The FN (function) is unique to TOSHIBA computers and is used in combination with other keys to form soft keys. Soft keys are key combinations that enable, disable or configure specific features.

  • Page 106

    The Keyboard Sleep Pressing FN + F3 switches the system to Sleep Mode. Hibernate Pressing FN + F4 switches the system to Hibernation Mode. Output Pressing FN + F5 changes the active display device. Brightness down Pressing FN + F6 decreases the computer’s display panel brightness in individual steps.

  • Page 107

    Pressing FN + F9 enables or disables the touchpad function. Zoom Pressing FN + SPACE changes the display resolution. TOSHIBA zooming Pressing FN + 1 reduces the icon size on the utility (reduce) desktop or the font sizes within one of the supported application windows.

  • Page 108: Fn Sticky Key

    Pressing FN + PGDN enables PAUSE function. PAUSE FN Sticky Key To motive the TOSHIBA Accessibility Utility , you can press FN sticky key once and then press any ”F number”. To start the TOSHIBA Accessibility Utility, click Start → All Programs →...

  • Page 109: Chapter 6 Power And Power-up Modes

    Chapter 6 Power and Power-up Modes The computer’s power resources include the AC adaptor and internal batteries. This chapter gives details on making the most effective use of these resources including charging and changing batteries, tips for saving battery power, and power-up modes. Power Conditions The computer’s operating capability and battery charge status are affected by the power conditions: whether an AC adaptor is connected, whether a...

  • Page 110: System Indicators

    Battery charge is Computer goes into exhausted hibernation or shuts down (depending on the TOSHIBA power Management Utility Setting) No battery • No operation installed • DC IN/Battery LED:off System Indicators The DC IN/Battery and Power indicators on the system indicator panel alert you to the computer’s operating capability and battery charge status.

  • Page 111: Power Indicator

    Dispose of the battery as required by local ordinances or regulations. Use only batteries recommended by TOSHIBA as replacements. The battery maintains the state of the computer when you enable Resume. When the computer is powered off in Hibernation and Sleep Mode, and the AC adaptor is not connected, the battery pack supply power to maintain data and programs in memory.

  • Page 112: Real Time Clock Battery

    <F2> to setup The computer’s RTC battery is a lithium battery and should be replaced only by your dealer or by a TOSHIBA service representative. The battery can explode if not properly replaced, used, handled or disposed of. Dispose of the battery as required by local ordinances or regulations Care and Use of The Battery Pack The battery pack is a vital component of portable computing.

  • Page 113

    Power and Power-up Modes Danger 1. Never try to dispose of the battery pack by burning or expose it to a heating device such as a microwave oven. The battery pack could explode and cause bodily injury. 2. Never try to disassemble, repair or otherwise tamper with a battery pack.

  • Page 114

    Never use the computer again until it has been checked by a TOSHIBA service provider. It might generate smoke or fire, or the battery pack might rupture. 3. Make sure the battery is securely installed in the computer before attempting to charge the battery pack.

  • Page 115: Charging The Batteries

    The DC IN/Battery indicator glows amber when the battery is being charged. Use only the computer connected to an AC power source or the optional TOSHIBA Batteries charger to charge the battery pack. Never attempt to charge the battery pack with any other charger. Time The following table shows the approximate time required to fully charge a discharged battery.

  • Page 116: Monitoring Battery Capacity

    Power and Power-up Modes Battery Charging Notice The battery may not charge right away under the following conditions: ■ The battery is extremely hot or cold. If the battery is extremely hot, it might not charge at all. Also, to ensure the battery charges to its full capacity, charge the battery at room temperature of 10°...

  • Page 117: Maximizing Battery Operating Time

    Power and Power-up Modes Maximizing Battery Operating Time A battery’s usefulness depends on how long it can supply power on a single charge. How long the charge lasts in a battery depends on: ■ How you configure the computer (for example, whether you enable battery-power saving options).

  • Page 118: Extending Battery Life

    Power and Power-up Modes Extending Battery Life To maximize the life of your battery packs: ■ At least once a month, disconnect the computer from a power source and operate it on battery power until the battery pack fully discharges. Before doing so, follow the steps below.

  • Page 119: Removing The Battery Pack

    Power and Power-up Modes Removing The Battery Pack To remove a discharged battery, follow the steps as detailed below: ■ When handling battery pack, be careful not to short circuit the terminals. Also do not drop, hit or otherwise apply impact; do not scratch or break the casing and do not twist or bend the battery pack.

  • Page 120: Installing The Battery Pack

    7. Pull the battery pack forward to remove it. For environmental reasons, do not throw away a spent battery pack. Please return spent battery pack to your TOSHIBA dealer. Installing The Battery Pack To install a battery pack, follow the steps below.

  • Page 121: Starting The Computer By Password

    If you have already registered a password, there are two ways to start the computer: ■ TOSHIBA Face Recognition uses a face verification library to verify the face data of users when they log in to Windows. If the verification is successful, the user will be logged into Windows automatically. The user can thus avoid having to enter a password or the like, which makes the login process easier.

  • Page 122: Panel Power On/off

    Power and Power-up Modes Panel Power On/Off You can set up your computer so that power turns off automatically when you close the display panel. When you open the panel, power turns on in Sleep or Hibernation Mode but not in boot mode. If the panel power off function is enabled and use Shut down Windows, do not close the display until the shut down function is completed.

  • Page 123: Chapter 7 Hw Setup And Passwords

    Chapter 7 HW Setup and Passwords This chapter explains how to use TOSHIBA HW Setup program to configure your computer, and provides information on settings for various functions. Accessing HW Setup To run the HW Setup program, click Start All Programs TOSHIBA →...

  • Page 124: User Password

    HW Setup and Passwords General This window displays the BIOS/EC version and contains two buttons: Default and About. Default Returns all HW Setup values to the factory settings. About Displays the HW Setup version. Setup This field displays the installed BIOS version, date and EC version. Password User Password Lets you register a new password or change/remove an existing password.

  • Page 125: Boot Priority

    HW Setup and Passwords Boot Priority Boot Priority Options This tab allows you to set the priority for booting the computer. The Boot Priority Options setting window will be displayed as shown below. Click the up and down arrow buttons to adjust the priority. You can override the settings and manually select a boot device by pressing one of the following keys while the computer is booting: Selects the USB diskette drive*...

  • Page 126: Legacy Usb Support

    To change the boot drive, follow the steps below. 1. Hold down F12 and boot the computer. When the TOSHIBA Lead- screen appears, release the F12 key. ing Innovation>>> 2. Use the up and down cursor keys to select boot device you want and press ENTER.

  • Page 127

    HW Setup and Passwords Wake-up on LAN This feature lets the computer's power be turned on from shutdown when it receives a wake-up packet ( Magic packet ) from the LAN. Do not install or remove a memory module while Wake-up on LAN is enabled.

  • Page 128: Troubleshooting

    Chapter 8 Troubleshooting TOSHIBA designed the computer for durability. However, should problems occur, following the procedures in this chapter can help to determine the cause. All readers should become familiar with this chapter. Knowing what might go wrong can help prevent problems from occurring.

  • Page 129: Preliminary Checklist

    Troubleshooting Preliminary Checklist Consider the simplest solution first. The items in this checklist are easy to fix and yet can cause what appears to be a serious problem. ■ Make sure you turn on all peripheral devices before you turn on the computer.

  • Page 130: Hardware And System Checklist

    Before using a peripheral device or application software that is not an authorized TOSHIBA part or product, make sure the device or software can be used with your computer. Use of incompatible devices may cause injury or may damage your computer.

  • Page 131: Self Test

    When the computer starts up, the self-test will be run automatically, and the following will be displayed: TOSHIBA Leading Innovation>>> This message remains on the screen for a few seconds. If the self test is successful, the computer tries to load the operating system.

  • Page 132: Ac Power

    Troubleshooting AC Power If you have trouble turning on the computer with the AC adaptor connected, check the DC IN/Battery indicator. Refer to Chapter 6, Power and Power- up Modes for more information. Problem Procedure AC adaptor doesn’t Check the connections. Make sure the cord is power the computer firmly connected to the computer and a power outlet.

  • Page 133: Password

    Troubleshooting Problem Procedure Check the DC IN/Battery indicator. If it does not glow, let the computer charge the battery for at least 20 minutes. If the DC IN/Battery indicator glows after 20 minutes, let the battery continue to charge at least another 20 minutes before turning on the computer.

  • Page 134: Lcd Panel

    Troubleshooting LCD Panel Apparent LCD problems may be related to the computer’s setup. Refer to Chapter 7, HW Setup and Passwords, for more information. Problem Procedure No display Press hot keys FN + F5 to change the display priority, to make sure it is not set for an external monitor.

  • Page 135: Dvd Super Multi(±r Dl) Drive

    Cannot write correctly If you have trouble writing, make sure you are observing the following precautions: ■ Use only media recommended by TOSHIBA ■ Do not use the mouse or keyboard during writing. ■ Use only the software supplied with the computer for recording.

  • Page 136: Diskette Drive

    Troubleshooting Diskette Drive Problem Procedure Drive does not operate There may be a faulty cable connection. Check the connection to the computer and to the drive. Some programs run The software or hardware configuration may be correctly but others do causing a problem.

  • Page 137: Usb Mouse

    Troubleshooting Problem Procedure The mouse pointer Try changing the speed setting in the mouse moves too fast or too control utility. Click Start → Control Panel → slow Hardware and Sound → Mouse to access it. When the reaction of Adjust the touch Sensitivity.

  • Page 138: Memory Cards:secure Digital (sd), Secure Digital High Capacity

    Troubleshooting Problem Procedure The mouse pointer Try changing the double-click speed setting in moves too fast or too the mouse control utility. Click Start → Control slow Panel → Hardware and Sound → Mouse to access it. The mouse pointer The mouse might be dirty.

  • Page 139: Sound System

    Troubleshooting Problem Procedure Press hot keys FN + F5 to change the display priority and make sure it is not set for the internal display. Display error occurs Check that the cable connecting the external monitor to the computer is attached firmly. If problems persist, contact your dealer.

  • Page 140: Usb

    Troubleshooting Refer also to your USB device’s documentation. Problem Procedure USB device does not Check for a firm cable connection between the work USB ports on the computer and the USB device. Make sure the USB device drivers are properly installed.

  • Page 141: Wireless Lan

    Recovery Media” section in this manual. You will be directed to select Restore Original Factory Image from the drop-down menu. If you have not created Recovery Media, please contact TOSHIBA support for assistance. User’s Manual 8-14...

  • Page 142: Toshiba Support

    Where to Write If you are still unable to solve the problem and suspect that it is hardware related, write to TOSHIBA at the nearest location listed on the below. Outside of Europe Europe Australia Germany &...

  • Page 143

    Troubleshooting Singapore Spain TOSHIBA Singapore Pte. Ltd. TOSHIBA Information Systems, 438B Alexandra Road #06-01 ESPAÑA Alexandra Technopark Parque Empresarial San Fernando Singapore 119968 Edificio Europa, 1a Planta, Escalera A 28830, Madrid, España United States of America United Kingdom TOSHIBA America Information TOSHIBA Information Systems (U.K.)

  • Page 144: Specifications

    Appendix A Specifications This appendix summarizes the computer’s technical specifications. Environmental Requirements Operating Non-operating Ambient temperature 5°C to 35°C -20°C to 60°C Relative humidity 20% to 80% 10% to 90% Altitude (from sea level) 0 to 3,000 meters 0 to 10,000 meters Power Requirements AC adaptor 100-240 volts AC...

  • Page 145: Display Controller

    Appendix B Display Controller and Video Mode Display Controller The display controller interprets software commands into hardware com- mands that turn particular pixels on or off. Due to the display panel's increased resolution, lines may appear broken in when displaying images in full-screen text mode. The display controller also controls the video mode and uses industry standard rules to govern the screen resolution and the maximum number of colors that can be displayed at any one time.

  • Page 146: Card Specifications

    Appendix C Wireless LAN This appendix is intended to help you get your Wireless LAN network up and running, with a minimum of parameters. Card Specifications ■ PCI Express Mini Card Form Factor ■ IEEE 802.11 Standard for Wireless LANs Compatibility ■...

  • Page 147: Radio Characteristics

    Wireless LAN Radio Characteristics Radio characteristics of Wireless LAN cards may vary according to: ■ Country/region where the product was purchased ■ Type of product Wireless communication is often subject to local radio regulations. Although Wireless LAN wireless networking products have been designed for operation in the license-free 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz band, local radio regulations may impose a number of limitations to the use of wireless communication equipment.

  • Page 148

    Subject to the radio regulations that apply in the countries/regions, your Wireless LAN module may support a different set of 5 GHz/2.4 GHz channels. Consult your Authorized Wireless LAN or TOSHIBA Sales office for information about the radio regulations that apply in the countries/regions.

  • Page 149

    Wireless LAN ■ In a Wireless LAN Access Point, the Wireless LAN module will use the factory-set default channel (printed in bold), unless the LAN Administrator selected a different channel when configuring the Wireless LAN Access Point device. 5 GHz Band Channels Sets (Wireless IEEE 802.11 Revision A and N) Frequency Range 5150-5850 MHz Channel ID...

  • Page 150

    Wireless LAN 5805* 5825* *1 Factory-set default channels *2 The channel which can be used depends on the installed wireless LAN module. And the approved channels on using are different at each country or region. The channel configuration is managed as follows: ■...

  • Page 151: Ac Power Cord And Connectors

    Appendix D AC Power Cord and Connectors The AC input plug of power cord must be compatible with various interna- tional AC power outlets. Power cords need to meet the local standards and the specifications listed as below: Length: Minimum 1.7 meters Wire size: Minimum 0.75 mm Current rating:...

  • Page 152: United Kingdom

    AC Power Cord and Connectors In Europe, two conductors power cords must be VDE type, H05VVH2-F or H03VVH2-F; while three conductors be VDE type, H05VV-F. For the United States and Canada, two pin plug configuration must be 2-15P (250V) or 1-15P (125V); while three pin be 6-15P (250V) or 5-15P (125V) as designated in the U.S.

  • Page 153: Legal Footnotes

    Appendix E Legal Footnotes This chapter states the Legal Footnotes information applicable to TOSHIBA computers. In the text in this manual, *XX is used to show which Legal Footnotes description is related to TOSHIBA computers. Description(s) related to this computer are marked with a blue *XX in this manual.

  • Page 154

    Published battery life numbers are achieved on select models and configurations tested by TOSHIBA at the time of publication. Recharge time varies depending on usage. Battery may not charge while computer is consuming full power.

  • Page 155

    Legal Footnotes HDD Drive Capacity and External HDD Capacity One Gigabyte (GB) means 10 = 1,000,000,000 bytes using powers of 10. The computer operating system, however, reports storage capacity using powers of 2 for the definition of 1 GB = 2 = 1,073,741,824 bytes, and therefore shows less storage capacity.

  • Page 156: Copy Protection

    Legal Footnotes Copy Protection Copy protection technology included in certain media may prevent or limit recording or viewing of the media. User’s Manual...

  • Page 157

    Glossary The terms in this glossary cover topics related to this manual. Alternate naming is included for reference. Abbreviations AC: alternating current ACPI: Advanced Configuration and Power Interface AGP: accelerated graphics port AMT: Intel Active Management Technology ANSI: American National Standards Institute APM: advanced power manager ASCII: American Standard Code for Information Interchange BIOS: basic input output system...

  • Page 158

    Glossary ECP: extended capabilities port FDD: floppy diskette drive FIR: fast infrared GB: gigabyte HDD: hard disk drive IDE: integrated drive electronics I/O: input/output IrDA: Infrared Data Association IRQ: interrupt request KB: kilobyte LAN: local area network LCD: liquid crystal display LED: light emitting diode LSI: large scale integration MB: megabyte...

  • Page 159

    Glossary WSXGA+: wide super extended graphics array plus WUXGA: wide ultra extended graphics array WXGA: wide extended graphics array WXGA+: wide extended graphics array plus XGA: extended graphics array adaptor: A device that provides an interface between two dissimilar electronic devices. For example, the AC adaptor modifies the power from a wall outlet for use by the computer.

  • Page 160

    Glossary binary: The base two number system composed of zeros and ones (off or on), used by most digital computers. The right-most digit of a binary number has a value of 1, the next a value of 2, then 4, 8, 16, and so on.

  • Page 161

    Glossary character: Any letter, number, punctuation mark, or symbol used by the computer. Also synonymous with byte. chassis: The frame containing the computer. chip: A small semiconductor containing computer logic and circuitry for processing, memory, input/output functions and controlling other chips.

  • Page 162

    Glossary CRT: Cathode Ray Tube. A vacuum tube in which beams projected on a fluorescent screen-producing luminous spots. An example is the television set. cursor: A small, blinking rectangle or line that indicates the current position on the display screen. data: Information that is factual, measurable or statistical that a computer can process, store, or retrieve.

  • Page 163

    Glossary DVD-R (+R, -R): A Digital Versatile Disc Recordable disk can be written once and read many times. The DVD-R drive uses a laser to read data from the disc. DVD-RAM: A Digital Versatile Disc Random Access Memory is a high- capacity, high performance disc that allows you to store large volumes of data.

  • Page 164

    (FDD): An electromechanical device that reads and writes to floppy diskettes. Fn-esse: A TOSHIBA utility that allows you to assign functions to hot keys. folder: An icon in Windows used to store documents or other folders. format: The process of readying a blank disk for its first use. Formatting establishes the structure of the disk that the operating system expects before it writes files or programs onto the disk.

  • Page 165

    Glossary input: The data or instructions you provide to a computer, communication device or other peripheral device from the keyboard or external or internal storage devices. The data sent (or output) by the sending computer is input for the receiving computer. instruction: Statements or commands that specify how to perform a particular task.

  • Page 166

    Glossary Liquid Crystal Display (LCD): Liquid crystal sealed between two sheets of glass coated with transparent conducting material. The viewing-side coating is etched into character forming segments with leads that extend to the edge of the glass. Applying a voltage between the glass sheets alters the brightness of the liquid crystal.

  • Page 167

    The electrical connection through which the computer sends and receives data to and from devices or other computers. Power Saver Utility: A TOSHIBA utility that allows you to set the parameters for various power-saving functions. User’s Manual...

  • Page 168

    A Class A device is sufficient for office use. Class B provides a more stringent classification for home equipment use. TOSHIBA portable computers comply with Class B computing device regulations. Random Access Memory (RAM): High speed memory within the computer circuitry that can be read or written to.

  • Page 169

    TFT display: A liquid crystal display (LCD) made from an array of liquid crystal cells using active-matrix technology with thin film transistor (TFT) to drive each cell. touchpad: A pointing device integrated into the TOSHIBA computer palm rest. TTL: Transistor-transistor logic. A logic circuit design that uses switching transistors for gates and storage.

  • Page 170

    Glossary warm start: Restarting or resetting a computer without turning it off. window: A portion of the screen that can display its own application, document or dialog box. Often used to mean a Microsoft Windows window. Wireless LAN: Local Area Network (LAN) through wireless communication.

  • Page 171

    Bridge media slot problems, 8-11 function, 3-13 problems, 8-11 Fan vent location, 2-2 Checklist FN + 1 (TOSHIBA zooming utility equipment, 1-1 reduce), 5-4 problems, 8-2, 8-3 FN + 2 (TOSHIBA zooming utility Cleaning the computer, 4-28 enlarge), 5-4 FN + 3 (Volume Down), 5-4 FN + 4 (Volume Up), 5-4 User’s Manual...

  • Page 172

    Legal Footnotes, E-1 PRTSC, 5-4 Lock, security, See Security lock sleep, 5-3 sound mute, 5-2 SYSRQ, 5-4 Memory, 3-1, E-2 TOSHIBA zooming utility expansion, 3-12, 3-17 enlarge, 5-4 installing module, 3-17 TOSHIBA zooming utility module cover, 2-5 reduce, 5-4 removing module, 3-20...

  • Page 173

    8-4 problems, 8-9 sleep/hibernation, 8-13 touchpad, 4-1 sound system, 8-12 Ports system start-up, 8-3 DC IN, 2-4 TOSHIBA support, 8-15 External monitor port, 2-2 touchpad, 8-9 LAN, 2-2 USB, 8-13 USB, 2-2 USB mouse, 8-10 Power, 3-5 Wireless LAN, 8-14...

  • Page 174

    Index TOSHIBA Accessibility, 3-9 TOSHIBA Assist, 3-10 TOSHIBA Bulletin Board, 3-11 TOSHIBA ConfigFree, 3-10 TOSHIBA Disc Creator, 3-10, 4-16 TOSHIBA DVD PLAYER, 3-10 TOSHIBA DVD-RAM utility, 3-10 TOSHIBA Face Recognition, 3-11 using, 4-5 TOSHIBA Flash Cards, 3-9 TOSHIBA HDD/SSD Alert, 3-11...

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