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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 1. Read these instructions carefully. Save these instructions for future reference. 2. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product. 3. Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
13. Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions: a. When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed. b. If liquid has been spilled into the product. c. If the product has been exposed to rain or water. d.
Make sure that you read the manual when using this product. Fujitsu, as a member of the International Energy Star Program, recognizes that this equipment is compliant with the standard of the International Energy Star Program.
Using this Product for High-Safety Applications This product is for office, personal, home, ordinary industry and other general use. It is not designed and manufactured for use in high-safety applications. Do not use this product for such applications without taking measures to satisfy the high-safety requirements.
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Conventions Used in This Manual Warning messages This manual uses various signs. These signs urge the user to use the equipment safely so as to prevent personal injury and/or property damage. The following are alert signals and explanations. The signs should be understood before proceeding to subsequent portions of this manual.
Command entry (keying in) In this manual, a command entry is represented as follows: diskcopy • Where character spacing is provided as shown by [ ], press the [Space] key once. Commands, an example of which is given above in lowercase, can also be entered in uppercase. •...
Reference to products In this manual, the product names are referred to as follows: This manual includes information on other operating systems. Product name Description used in the manual ® ® Windows XP Microsoft Windows XP Professional Professional Windows ® ®...
Recycling Disposal of the PC unit Disposal of the PC unit (including accessories except the LCD unit) is controlled by the Waste Disposal and Public Cleaning Law. G To institutional and corporate customers Personal computers must be disposed of as industrial waste. Institutional and corporate customers are obliged to entrust an authorized industrial-waste disposer.
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Organization of This Manual Before Reading This Manual This section contains cautions for safe operation, representations and symbols used in this manual. Be sure to read this first! Chapter Part Names This chapter provides the names and functions of individual parts. Chapter Installation and Connection This section describes the location of installation and installation of the computer.
Contents CHAPTER 1 Part Names 1 Part Names and Functions .............. 2 Front of the PC Unit ..................2 Rear of the PC Unit ..................4 Inside the PC Unit .................... 6 Motherboard ..................... 7 CHAPTER 2 Installation and Connection 1 Installation ..................
CHAPTER 4 Hardware 1 Mouse ....................36 Using the mouse .................... 36 2 Keyboard ..................38 3 CDs ....................40 Inserting or Removing a CD ................41 4 Floppy Disks ................... 43 Inserting or Removing a Floppy Disk ............. 43 5 Hard Disk ..................
CHAPTER 1 Part Names...
1 Part Names and Functions This section explains the names and functions of the parts of the PC unit and the motherboard. Point The remaining part of this manual assumes vertical placement.When you place the PC unit horizontally, be careful about geometrical difference. I Front of the PC Unit Power button Press this button to turn on the PC or set the system to the standby (energy-saving) mode.
Disk access lamp This lamp lights up while the hard disk is accessed. USB connector Slide the cover down and connect a USB peripheral device. Foot Used for placing the PC. This also prevents the PC in a vertical placement from tipping over. Smart Card bay Use this bay to install a Smart Card reader/writer.
I Rear of the PC Unit Burglarproof lock Connect a commercial burglarproof cable here. Point The burglarproof lock supports the Microsaver security system of Kensington. Expansion card slots Insert an optional expansion card into this slot. This slot accommodates a PCI card. USB fixing slit Fix a USB connector cable here.
Keyboard connector Connect the keyboard. Serial connector Connect the cable of an RS-232C device. Parallel connector Connect the cable of a printer or scanner. CRT connector Connect the cable of an analog RGB display. 10 LAN connector Connect the LAN cable. If the customer has selected the security LAN card of the custom-made option, the LAN connector is closed on the PC rear panel.
I Inside the PC Unit Internal hard disk drive This is an IDE-compliant hard disk drive. Expansion card slots Insert optional expansion cards into these slot. These slots accommodate PCI cards. A SCSI card allows you to use an external hard disk drive or magneto-optical disk drive. Power supply...
I Motherboard DIMM slots Memory modules are inserted into these slots. If the memory capacity is increased, the amount of data the system can read at one access increases and, thereby, the PC processing capability increases. When seen from the front of the PC unit, the near one is DIMM1 slot and the far one is DIMM2 slot. A standard memory module is seated in the DIMM1 slot.
CHAPTER 2 Installation and Connection...
1 Installation This section describes the location and installation of the PC. Location of Installation Avoid the following conditions when installing your PC. Location with a large amount of humidity, dusts and oily smoke. Location with poor ventilation. Location with a fire source. Bathroom, shower room, and other location with water splashes.
When using a single foot When installing your PC in the vertical layout and in contact withthe wall, use the following installation procedure. Disassemble the foot. Mount the disassembled foot on the PC unit. Fix the foot by tightening the setscrew. Horizontal Placement Disassemble the foot.
Point You can also mount five rubber feet at the center and four corners of the PC bottom plate during horizontal placement. Take care not to contact the rubber feet with the foot of PC during vertical placement. Wipe and clean the mounting surface of the PC when you fix the rubber feed to the PC housing.
Horizontal Placement 17-inch or less CRT display unit (below 19kg) can be placed on the PC housing in horizontal layout. Display PC unit Foot Keyboard Mouse Point The remaining part of this manual assumes vertical PC placement. When you place the PC unit horizontally, be careful about geometrical difference.
Otherwise it may cause an electric shock. Use the genuine Fujitsu products for display, keyboard and mouse. Otherwise, it may cause an electric shock or fire. CAUTION Make sure that you connect the cable correctly.
Connecting the Display/Keyboard/Mouse Plugging the power cord into power receptacle. Plug the power cord of the display unit into the power outlet of the PC. Plugging the power cord into inlet of display unit. Plug the other end of power cord into the power inlet at the rear of the display unit. Connecting the mouse.
Connecting the keyboard. Plug the keyboard cable into the socket at the rear of the PC, by facing the connector mark to the right and matching the connector color to the keyboard label at the rear of the PC. Connecting the display cable to the PC unit. Securely plug the signal cable of the display unit into the display socket at the rear of the PC, and tighten connector setscrews.
Connect the Power Cord When you attach a peripheral device such as the display to your PC, plug its power cord into socket by following the instructions given. Do not plug or unplug the power cord with wet hands. Do not damage or modify the power cord. Do not compress, pull, twist, or heat the power cord.
Plug the power cord into the power inlet at the rear of the PC. Connect the power cord to the 230 VAC power source. Plug the other end of power cord into the 230 VAC power receptacle.
Windows, or when recovering from the energy saving mode). This is not a fault, you can continue to operate. When the FUJITSU logo continues on the screen after you have turn the PC power switch on, the PC is checking its built-in devices by running the POST (Power-On, Self-diagnostic Test).
Press the PC power button. The green power lamp will light on both the PC and display unit. When you turn on the PC, it displays a FUJITSU logo, and starts up the system. Power button When you turn on the power for the first time, you need to set up Windows.
4 Setting Up This section describes how to set up the Windows when you turn on the PC for the first time. Make sure that you follow the procedure described in this manual. Read the following Considerations before turning on the PC for setting up the Windows. Considerations Do not perform the following before setting up Windows.
Setting Up Windows XP Turn on the PC. After a few seconds, [Welcome to Microsoft Windows] appears. Click [Next]. [License Agreement] is displayed. This License Agreement describes the agreement for using preinstalled Windows on the computer. Read the [License Agreement] carefully, and click [I agree], and then [Next]. Point If you select [I do not agree], click [Next] and follow the instruction message.
Important You need to perform [Run this] to finalize the setup. Be sure to perform the procedure as it is described here. 12 Click [Perform]. Final setup is performed, and the restart message is displayed. 13 Click [OK]. The PC restarts. You have completed the Windows setup.
Fill out [Computer name], [Administrator password], and [Reenter password], and click [Next]. [Setting up network] appears. To set up the network, ask your network administrator to check the setup after completing the setup, and set it up for your operating environment. Click [Standard setting] and [Next].
Point Make sure you select [User for this computer ...]. If you select items other than [User for this computer ...], the setup may not be carried out correctly. [Finishing the Network Identification Wizard] appears. 11 Click [Finish]. The [Windows logon] dialog box appears. 12 Enter the password you entered in the step 5, and click [OK].
Problem During Setup? If the computer freezes during setup, or if you have any other problem, see the following items. The screen does not show anything when the computer is turned on. Turn of the computer, and check the connection of display. I cannot go on with the Windows setup.
5 Turn Off the Computer Cautions Before turning off the computer, finish the work and save your data. Before turning of the computer, make sure that the disk access lamp or floppy disk access lamp are all off. If you turn off the computer while these lamps are on, your data may not be saved, or the data stored in the floppy disk or hard disk may be damaged.
For Windows 2000: Click [Start] and [Shutdown], select [Shutdown] and click [OK]. For Windows Me: Click [Start] and [Exit Windows], select [Place into mode of readiness for turning off], and click [OK]. Point • If the power is not turned off by the above operation, cut the power by following steps below: 1.
CHAPTER 3 Security...
WARNING The security functions do not guarantee the complete check of personal identification. Fujitsu is not responsible to any damage that is caused by the use of security functions or no use of them. The PC owner is responsible to its security.
2 Security during Network Connection Information is often transferred via the network such as Internet and e-mails. Therefore, the possibility of infection to the computer virus and information leakage of the PC is increasing. The following introduces the security functions to protect the PC connected to the network. Computer virus The computer virus are infected with the PC through the Internet and e-mails, and the PC suffers a damage to destroy its data or the PC may not start up at all.
3 Security Against Illegal Use It becomes necessary to protect the PC from the danger of which an unauthorized person destroys or leaks data by using the PC. The following explains the password and its functions you can set on the PC. The safety of the PC is increased by combination of multiple passwords and security functions.
Password for the BIOS A password can be set for the time when the PC starts up or resumes. There are two types of BIOS passwords: the administrator password and the user password. If a user enters the user password, he or she cannot change the PC settings and others. Some PC operations are limited. A password can also be set for the hard disk of the PC.
4 Burglary Prevention Of The PC The PC may be burglarized. Although you can protect the PC by keeping or installing it in a place behind the locked door, the PC itself has the burglary prevention function. The PC can be protected against the theft if the burglarproof cable is tied up at the burglarproof lock.
CHAPTER 4 Hardware...
1 Mouse Left button Scroll button Right button Point Clean the mouse regularly. Using the mouse Moving the mouse. Lightly hold the mouse and place your index and middle fingers on the left and right buttons on the mouse. Slide and move the mouse over a plane surface, such as a desktop. As you move the mouse, an arrow (called the mouse pointer) moves in the same way on the screen.
Double-clicking Double-clicking is a series of action of pressing and releasing the left mouse button twice. Click-click Pointing Pointing is an action of moving the mouse pointer to an object or item such as a menu. If the pointed menu item has subordinate items ( is displayed at the right end), the items are displayed. Dragging Dragging is an action of moving the mouse while holding down the left mouse button and release thebutton at a desired position.
2 Keyboard This section explains the functions of the keys on the keyboard. Point Key functions may vary depending on the operating system and applications used. See manuals attached to the operating system and applications. Esc key Pressing this key cancels the operation the application program is executing. F keys These F keys are assigned specific functions for each application.
Caps Lock key Use the Caps Lock key to type alphabetical characters. Press [Shift] + [Caps Lock] to switch between uppercase and lowercase. Ctrl key Use the Ctrl key in combination with another key. Its function varies with each application. 10 Windows key Press the Windows key to display the Start menu.
3 CDs This section describes how to handle, insert, and remove a CD. Notes on Handling Follow the following guidelines to prevent faults when handling a CD. Guidelines for CD Media Apply no label to any side of the disk. Do not use a ballpoint pen or pencil. Do not touch or damage the data side.
Inserting or Removing a CD Inserting a CD Press the CD eject button. Press the middle of the CD eject button, and the CD tray pops out. CD access lamp CD eject button Pull the tray out with a hand. As shown in the figure, hold the center of the tray.
Manually push the tray until it clicks. The tray goes into the computer, and sets the CD. Point • The CD access lamp lights when the CD is set. Wait until the CD access lamp turns off, and then do the following. •...
4 Floppy Disks This section explains how to handle, insert, and remove a floppy disk. Notes on Disk Handling To prevent faults, note the following when handling floppy disks. Keep the disks dry. Do not touch the disk inside. Do not bend the disk or put a heavy object on it. Keep the disks away from magnetism.
Removing a Floppy Disk Make sure that the floppy disk access lamp is off. Floppy disk access lamp Point Do not press the floppy disk eject button while the floppy disk access lamp is on. Data stored on the disk may be damaged. Press the Floppy disk eject button.
5 Hard Disk This section provides cautions on handling the hard disk drive. Cautions To prevent faults, note the following. Data is read from the hard disk drive or written to it while the internal disk that stores data is rotating at high speeds.
6 Maintenance of the Hardware Maintenance of the PC Unit CAUTION Before starting maintenance work, turn off the PC and all devices connected to it, and unplug them. Otherwise, electric shock may occur. Clean the PC using a soft dry cloth. Wipe remaining dirt off using a damp cloth, moistened with neutral detergent and wrung well.
Clean the inside of the mouse. Wipe the inside of the mouse, roller, and the bottom cover with a damp cloth. Roller Reassemble the ball and bottom cover. When the ball and the inside of the mouse are dry, reassemble the ball and cover. Maintenance of the Keyboard Clean the PC using a soft dry cloth.
CHAPTER 5 System Expansion...
PC. Whenever possible, use Fujitsu peripheral devices. Malfunction or damage caused by the use of a third-party product instead of the Fujitsu device shall not be covered by the warranty.
Do not disassemble the power supply unit. The power supply is a box-shaped component on the back inside the PC. (uPart Names - Inside the PC unit (- page 14) After removing the feet, place the PC unit on a soft cloth. Placing the PC directly on a hard surface may cause scratches on the PC.
2 Removing the Cover When mounting a peripheral device, remove the upper cover so that the inside can be seen. Removing the Cover Remove the feet, if any, from the PC unit. Place the PC unit in a horizontal position and remove the upper cover.
Before installing or removing a memory module, turn off the PC and all devices connected to it, and unplug them. Otherwise, an electric shock may occur. Use a Fujitsu memory module. Otherwise, an electric shock, a fire or a fault may occur. WARNING When installing or removing a memory module, do not remove screws other than those specified.
Location of Memory Modules Applicable Memory Modules Use Fujitsu 184-pin SDRAM DIMM (PC2100, ECC-incompatible) memory modules only. Up to 1G bytes of memory (two 512M-byte memories) can be expanded. In the standard configuration, slot DIMM1 has a memory module. Insert an additional memory module into slot DIMM2.
Installing Memory Modules Unplug the PC. Remove the upper cover. Remove the duct. Remove the expansion card mounting bracket and the metal support. Remove the two screws and pull straight up the expansion card mounting bracket. (Also, remove the metal support.) When an expansion card has been installed, remove the cable from the card and remove the bracket.
Pull the hooks on both sides of the slot outward. Insert a memory module into the slot. Insert the memory module into the slot while aligning the notch on the memory module with that on the slot. When the memory module is inserted correctly, the hooks on both side rise.Make sure that the hooks hold the memory module securely.
Install the expansion card mounting bracket and the metal support. Secure them with the two screws you have removed in Procedure 4. Install the duct. Insert four hooks into their holes.
Reinstall the upper cover. Point To remove the memory module, pull the hooks on both sides of the slot outward. Do not pull the hooks too quickly. Otherwise, the memory module may jump out of the slot and become faulty.
Before installing or removing an expansion card, turn off the PC and all devices connected to it, and unplug them. Otherwise, an electric shock may occur. Use Fujitsu expansion cards only. Otherwise, an electric shock, a fire or a fault may occur. WARNING When installing or removing an expansion card, do not remove screws other than those specified.
Location of expansion Cards Applicable Expansion Cards This PC accommodates a PCI expansion card. The PCI1 slot holds an expansion card with a maximum length of 176 mm (half size) and the PC2 slot holds an expansion card with a maximum length of 120 mm (half size). To run the expansion card, the generally called resource necessary for operation must be assured.
Remove the expansion card mounting bracket. Remove the two screws and pull straight up the expansion card mounting bracket When an expansion card has been installed previously, remove the cable from the card and remove the bracket. Remove the slot cover. Remove one screw from the position where the expansion card is to be installed, and remove the slot cover.
Insert the expansion card into the slot. Insert the expansion card into the slot, and secure it with the screw removed in Procedure 4. Install the expansion card mounting bracket. Secure it with the two screws you have removed in Procedure 3. Reinstall the upper cover.
CHAPTER 6 Technical Information...
Smartcard R/W bay 1 Bay, USB I/F Drive Bays [Free] Front Access: 2 x 3.5” , 5.25”  Internal: 1 x 3.5”  Display Fujitsu 15” Colour Monitor Optional: Fujitsu 17” Colour Monitor or Fujitsu 15” XGA TFT LCD Display...
Product Name DESKPOWER C600 Housing Type Compact Towerable (Horizontal/Vertical) OS Bundled Microsoft® Windows® XP Home Edition OS Supported Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Professional Edition, Microsoft® Windows® XP Home Edition, Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional Edition Other Software Bundled Norman Virus Control Norman Personal FireWall Power Management ACPI, STR/STD support 110/230V AC, 50/60Hz (max.
LAN function LAN Controller Built-in Intel 82801DB(ICH4) + 82562EX RAM for send/receive buffer 3 kilobytes each for sending and receiving External Interface ISO8802-3 100BASE-TX/10BASE-T Transfer media Twisted-pair cable *1 (100 Mbps: Category 5; 10 Mbps: Categories 3 to 5) Transfer method Baseband Access method CSMA/CD...
2 Connector Specifications The pin assignments and signal names of each connector are shown below. CRT connector Pin number Signal name Direction Description Output Red output GREEN Output Green output BLUE Output Blue output – Not connected 5 - 8 –...
LAN connector (100BASE-TX/10BASE-T) Pin number Signal name Direction Description Output Send data + TD– Output Send data – Input Receive data + – Not connected – Not connected RD– Input Receive data – – Not connected – Not connected Parallel connector Pin number Signal name Direction...
Serial connector Pin number Signal name Direction Description Input Carrier detection Input Receive data Output Transmit data Output Data terminal ready – Ground Input Data set ready Output Request to send Input Clear to send Input Ring indication Mouse connector Pin number Signal name Direction...
USB connector Pin number Signal name Direction Description – Cable/power -DATA Input/output Negative data signal +DATA Input/output Positive data signal – Cable/ground...