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F u j i t s u
Remote Control User's Guide
I N S T R U C T I O N S
This user's guide contains information on using the Fujitsu Remote
Control with systems running Microsoft® Windows® XP Media
Center Edition as the operating system. The remote control can be
used with a system running Windows XP Media Center Edition,
whether the system has an internal TV tuner or not.
You are strongly advised to read this manual to familiarize yourself
with the features of the remote control.
Determining Your System Configuration
Your remote control can be used with your computer whether you
have a TV tuner or not. If you do not have a TV tuner, you can use
the remote control to operate the Windows XP Media Center
Edition features, such as playing DVDs, listening to music, or
viewing digital photo albums.
If you have a TV tuner installed, you can use the remote to control
the channel and volume, pause live TV, and record TV programs.
Figures 1, 2, and 3 illustrate the three ways your system can be
configured:
No TV Tuner
TV Tuner with direct signal
TV Tuner with signal routed through set-top box
C o m p u t e r
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  • Page 1

    This user’s guide contains information on using the Fujitsu Remote Control with systems running Microsoft® Windows® XP Media Center Edition as the operating system. The remote control can be used with a system running Windows XP Media Center Edition, whether the system has an internal TV tuner or not.

  • Page 2

    IR Receiver Remote Control Figure 1. Configuration with no TV Tuner RF Coaxial cable to cable connector or antenna To designated USB port Antenna Adapter Cable Remote Control IR Receiver Remote Control Figure 2. Configuration with TV Tuner and Direct Signal...

  • Page 3

    Items included in Remote Control Package Before using the remote control, make sure the following items are included in the remote control package (Figure 4). Be sure to have these items at hand before proceeding with use of Media Center Edition: ■...

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    Batteries Control IR Receiver Remote IR Blaster Cable Control Figure 4. Remote Control and Accessories Use only the remote control that came with ■ this package when operating Media Center Edition. No cables or accessories other than those ■ shown in Figure 4 are included. Additional...

  • Page 5: Installing Batteries

    Installing Batteries Properly insert batteries using the correct ■ polarities (+, -). If they are incorrectly inserted, damage to the remote control could result. If you do not intend to use the remote ■ Warning control for an extended period of time, remove the batteries.

  • Page 6

    Connect the USB connector on the end of the remote control to one of the USB ports on your computer that are labeled “IR Remote” (Figure 6). Note that the location of the USB port on your system may not be the same as that shown in the figure.

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    Connect the infrared control cable to either of the jacks on the rear side of the optical remote control receiver. Figure 7. Connecting the infrared control cable Peel the adhesive sticker from the back of the light emitter end of the IR Blaster (infrared control) cable (Figure 8.) Position...

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    Infrared control cable Light emitter Infrared receiver Set-top box Figure 9. Applying light emitter to set-top receiver To optical remote control receiver Figure 10. Set-top box with light emitter attached...

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    Setting up the BIOS for use of remote control In order to allow the remote control to communicate with the remote control receiver, you must first change one of the settings in the system BIOS. To do so, perform the following steps: 1.

  • Page 10: Using The Remote Control

    ■ If a plasma display, plasma TV, or halogen heater is located close to the device, the remote control may not work properly due to infrared interference. Relocate the devices if they interfere with the remote control operation.

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    (Figure 11) Horizontal (left and right from center-point): Approximately 45 degrees Vertical (left and right from center-point): Approximately 45 degrees Distance from remote control to receiver: 3 meters max. 3 meters 3 meters Figure 11. Effective distance/location of remote control...

  • Page 12

    Remote control features Each button on the remote control is explained in this section. Figure 12. Remote control buttons...

  • Page 13

    Label Purpose Pressing this button displays the “My Pictures Pictures” menu on the screen. Pressing this button displays the “My My Music Music” menu on the screen. Pressing this button displays the “My My TV TV” menu on the screen. Pressing this button while in television Record mode brings up a menu from which you...

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    Label Purpose Pressing this button will display the TV Guide program guide on screen. Numeric/ Pressing the buttons allows you to input Letter numbers or letters on the screen. Keypad Pressing this button will clear the Clear numbers or letters input on the screen one by one.

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    Label Purpose Pressing this button will cause the pro- Skip gram or DVD being viewed to jump to the next chapter. Pressing this button will display all rele- vant information on replaying DVD- More VIDEO, CD music, or recorded programs on screen.

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    For technical support call 1-800-8fujitsu or send e-mail to: 8fujitsu@us.fujitsu.com Fujitsu and the Fujitsu logo are registered trademarks of Fujitsu, Ltd. Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation. All other trademarks mentioned herein are the property of their respective owners.

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