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DESKPOWER C600 User's Manual
Fujitsu endeavours to ensure that the information in this document is correct, but accepts no liability
for any error or omission in the same. Any procedures described in this document for operating Fujitsu
products should be read and understood by the operator before such products are used. To ensure
that Fujitsu products function without risk to safety and health, such procedures should be strictly
observed by the operator. The development of Fujitsu products and services is continuous and
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    Fujitsu endeavours to ensure that the information in this document is correct, but accepts no liability for any error or omission in the same. Any procedures described in this document for operating Fujitsu products should be read and understood by the operator before such products are used. To ensure that Fujitsu products function without risk to safety and health, such procedures should be strictly observed by the operator.

  • Page 2: Important Safety Instructions

    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.

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    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.

  • Page 4: Before Reading This Manual

    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.

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    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.

  • Page 6

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  • Page 7: Conventions Used In This Manual

    Conventions used in this manual Introduction This manual tells you how to put your PC into operation and how to operate it in daily use. Depending on the configuration level chosen some of the hardware components described may not be available on your PC. Please observe the notes on your operating system. You can incorporate operable drives (for example DAT drive) as well as other boards.

  • Page 8: Important Notes

    Important notes In this chapter you will find information regarding safety which is essential to take note of when working with your PC. Safety notes CAUTION Pay attention to the information provided in the "Safety and Ergonomics" manual and in the following safety notes.

  • Page 9: Fcc Class B Compliance Statement

    Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific Pte Ltd is not responsible for any radio or television interference caused by unauthorised modifications of this equipment or the substitution or attachment of connecting cables and equipment other than those specified by Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific Pte Ltd.

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    Transporting the PC CAUTION Transport all parts separately in their original packaging or in a packaging which protects them from knocks and jolts, to the new site. Do not unpack them until all transportation manoeuvres are completed. Never drop the monitor (risk of implosion, risk of glass breakage)! Cleaning the PC CAUTION Turn off all power and equipment switches and remove the power plug from the mains supply.

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    Warning and caution labels Your PC bears the warning and caution labels as shown below. The warning and caution labels must not be removed or damaged. Side of PC main unit When removing exterior parts in WARNING order to mount option parts or others inside the cabinet, switch Electric shock off the power supply for PC unit...

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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 Preparing for Use This chapter provides the names and functions of individual parts. Chapter Operation This section describes the location of installation and installation of the computer.

  • Page 13: Table Of Contents

    Contents CHAPTER 1 Preparing for Use 1 Preparing for Use ................2 Unpacking and checking the delivery ............... 2 Steps for initial setup ..................2 Setting up the PC ..................... 3 Connect the monitor, mouse and keyboard ............. 6 Connecting the PC to the mains voltage ............8 Initial switch-on: Software will be installed ............

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    CHAPTER 4 Troubleshooting and Tips 1 Troubleshooting and Tips .............. 28 Installing new software ................... 28 Power-on indicator remains unlit after you have switched on your device ................. 29 No mouse pointer displayed on the screen ............ 31 The floppy disk cannot be read or written ............31 Time and/or date is not correct ..............

  • Page 15: Chapter 1 Preparing For Use

    CHAPTER 1 Preparing for Use...

  • Page 16: Preparing For Use

    1 Preparing for Use CAUTION Please take note of the safety information in the "Important notes" chapter. Unpacking and checking the delivery It is recommended not to throw away the original packaging material! It may be required for reshipment at some later date. Unpack all the individual parts.

  • Page 17: Setting Up The Pc

    Setting up the PC CAUTION When installing your PC, give consideration to the recommendations and safety notes in the "Safety and Ergonomics" booklet. Set up the PC only in its correct orientation. The points to observe are illustrated on the following pages.

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    Proceed as follows to prepare the PC for the vertical operating position: Disconnect the cables. Assemble the base feet in the direction of the arrow. Set up the casing in a vertical position so that the holes provided for the screws (on the side of the device) are facing upwards.

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    Horizontal operating position with rubber / plastic feet Disconnect the cables. Position the device vertically. Pull off the foil from the rubber / plastic feet. Stick the rubber / plastic feet on the base of the casing. To ensure stable position of the device the rubber / plastic feet should be fixed in similiar positions as shown in the figure.

  • Page 20: Connect The Monitor, Mouse And Keyboard

    Connect the monitor, mouse and keyboard The ports for the monitor, mouse, and keyboard are on the rear and front of the PC. PS/2 keyboard port / purple PS/2 mouse port / green Monitor port / blue USB port / black Connecting the monitor Follow the instructions contained in the monitor manual to prepare the monitor for operation (e.g.

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    Connecting the mouse Depending on the equipment level selected, your PC will be supplied with a PS/2 mouse or a USB mouse. Connecting a PS/2 mouse Connect the PS/2 mouse to the PS/2 mouse port of the PC. Connecting USB mouse Connect the USB mouse to the USB port of the PC.

  • Page 22: Connecting The Pc To The Mains Voltage

    Connecting the PC to the mains voltage 100 V - 127 V 200 V - 240 V Check the voltage setting. CAUTION The visible value must agree with the local mains voltage: • 115 = 100 V to 127 V •...

  • Page 23: Initial Switch-on: Software Will Be Installed

    Initial switch-on: Software will be installed If the PC is integrated into a network, the user and server details as well as the network protocol are required during the software installation. Contact your network administrator if you have any questions about these settings.

  • Page 24: Connecting External Devices

    Connecting external devices CAUTION Read the documentation on the external device before connecting it. Do not connect or disconnect cables during a thunderstorm. Always take hold of the actual plug. Never unplug a cable by pulling the cable itself. Connect and disconnect the cables in the order described below. With the exception of USB devices, always remove all power plugs before connecting external devices! Connecting cables...

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    Ports The ports for external devices are on the rear and on the front of the PC. The ports available on your PC depend on the configuration level you have selected. The standard ports are marked with the symbols shown below (or similar). Exact details of the position of the ports are supplied in the technical manuals for the boards.

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    Connecting external devices to the serial port External devices can be connected to the serial port (e.g. a modem). Connect the data cable to the external device. Connect the data cable to the serial port For an exact description of how to connect external devices to the serial port , please refer to the device documentation.

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    Connecting external devices to the parallel port External devices can be connected to the parallel port (e.g. a printer). Connect the data cable to the external device. Connect the data cable to the parallel port For an exact description of how to connect external devices to the parallel port, please see the device documentation.

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    Connecting external devices to the USB ports You can connect a wide range of external devices to the USB port (e.g. printer, scanner, modem or keyboard). USB devices are hot-pluggable. This allows cables from USB devices to be connectedand disconnected with the system switched on. Connect the data cable to the external device.

  • Page 29: Chapter 2 Operation

    CHAPTER 2 Operation...

  • Page 30: Operation

    1 Operation Switching On the PC Switch the monitor on (see the operating manual for the monitor). Press the ON/OFF switch on the front of the casing. The power-on indicator lights green and the PC is started. Switching Off the PC Shut down the operating system properly.

  • Page 31: Indicators On The Pc

    Indicators on the PC The indicators are on the front of the casing. Which indicators are available on your PC depends on the configuration level you have selected. 1 = CD-ROM indicator 4 = Indicator SmartCard reader (if installed) 2 = Hard disk indicator 5 = Floppy disk indicator 3 = Power-on indicator SmartCard reader indicator...

  • Page 32: Cds

    2 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.

  • Page 33: Inserting Or Removing A Cd

    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.

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    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. •...

  • Page 35: Chapter 3 Security

    CHAPTER 3 Security...

  • Page 36: Security

    Connect the display, keyboard, and power cord to the PC. 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.

  • Page 37: Security During Network Connection

    2 Security during Network Connection Information is often transferred via the network such as Internet and e-mails. Therefore, the possibility of computer virus infection and information leakage due to hacking is always there. The following, introduces the security functions to protect the PC connected to the network. Computer virus Computer virus infects the PC through the Internet and e-mails, leading to data corruption, loss of data or system malfunction.

  • Page 38: Security Against Illegal Use

    3 Security Against Illegal Use It is necessary to protect your PC from any unauthorized person from destroying or removing data from the PC. The following explains the password and its functions you can set on the PC. The security of the PC is increased by a combination of multiple passwords and security functions.

  • Page 39: Password For The Bios

    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.

  • Page 40: Burglary Prevention 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.

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    CHAPTER 4 Troubleshooting and Tips...

  • Page 42: Troubleshooting And Tips

    1 Troubleshooting and Tips CAUTION Take note of the safety notes in the "Safety and Ergonomics" manual and in the "Preparing for use" chapter, when you connect or disconnect cables. If a fault occurs, try to correct it as described in the following places: in this chapter in the documentation of the connected devices in the help systems of the software used.

  • Page 43: Power-on Indicator Remains Unlit After You Have Switched On Your Device

    Power-on indicator remains unlit after you have switched on your device This may be due to the following: The mains voltage supply is faulty Check that the power cable is properly plugged into the PC and grounded mains outlet. Switch the PC on. Internal power supply overloaded Remove the PC’s power plug from the grounded mains outlet.

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    Power cable not connected Switch off the monitor and the PC. Check that the monitor power cable is properly connected to the monitor and, depending on the connector, to the PC or to a grounded mains outlet. Check that the PC power cable is properly plugged into the PC and grounded mains outlet. Switch on the monitor and the PC.

  • Page 45: No Mouse Pointer Displayed On The Screen

    No mouse pointer displayed on the screen Shut down the operating system properly. Switch the PC off. Check that the mouse cable is properly connected to the system unit. If you use an adapter or extension lead with the mouse cable, check the connections. Make sure that only one mouse is connected.

  • Page 46: Error Messages On The Screen

    Error messages on the screen Error messages and their explanation are contained in the documentation for the program used. Restoring the hard disk contents Should you need to restore your hard disk, the instructions are provided on the case of the "Recovery CD"...

  • Page 47: Chapter 5 System Expansion

    CHAPTER 5 System Expansion...

  • Page 48: System Expansions

    1 System Expansions It may be necessary to update the BIOS when carrying out a system expansion or hardware upgrade.The device must be switched off when installing/removing the system expansion. This chapter describes all the activities required to modify your PC hardware (e.g. installing boards or drives).

  • Page 49: Removing The Cover

    Removing the cover Switch the PC off. The PC must not be in the energy-saving mode! CAUTION Please take note of the safety information in the "Important notes" chapter. Pull the power plug out of the mains outlet! Remove all cables from the casing. Place the casing in a convenient working position.

  • Page 50: Installing The Cover

    Installing the cover Position the top cover from above in the direction of the arrow (1) on the casing base so that the distance (a) from the rear casing edge is approximately 10 mm. Push the top cover in the direction of the arrow (2) until it engages. Lock the casing by pushing back the locking slide (1) in the direction of the arrow past a slight resistance until it engages.

  • Page 51: Installing And Removing A Board

    Installing and removing a board CAUTION Please take note of the section “Information about boards”. Removing board bracket Open the casing (see "Opening the casing" chapter). Pull the board bracket out of the casing in the direction of the arrow. Installing board bracket Insert the board bracket in the casing in the direction of the arrow.

  • Page 52: Installing A Board

    Installing a board Make the required settings for the board. CAUTION Do not dispose of the slot cover. For cooling, protection against fire and in order to comply with EMC regulations, you must refit the slot cover if you remove the board. Fold up the retaining bracket of the board bracket in the direction of the arrow.

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    Push the board up to its slot (1) in the direction of the arrow as far as the stop. Press the board into the slot so that it engages. Fold close the retaining bracket so that it engages. If necessary, connect the cables. Reinstall the board bracket in reverse order as described above.

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    Removing a board Disconnect the cables connected to the board. Fold up the retaining bracket of the board bracket in the direction of the arrow. Pull the board out of the slot of the board bracket in the direction of the arrow (1).

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    Push the slot cover into the slot in the direction of the arrow (1). Ensure that the point of the cover engages on the outside of the board bracket. Fold close the retaining bracket so that it engages. CAUTION For cooling, protection against fire, and in order to comply with EMC (electromagnetic compatibility) regulations, you must refit the slot cover.

  • Page 56: Low-profile Boards

    Low-Profile boards For units with a particularly low overall height, there are so-called low-profile boards with a slot cover with a lower overall height to match the low-profile units. To also install these low-profile boards in normal board slots, you must mount a corresponding slot adapter beforehand. Mounting slot adapter Fit the slot adapter in the direction of the arrow (1) on the slot cover of the low-profile board and screw it on (2).

  • Page 57: Installing And Removing The Hard Disk

    Installing and removing the hard disk Open the casing (see "Opening the casing" chapter). Removing the hard disk Remove the data and the power supply connector from the the hard disk drive. Handle the latch, fold open it in the direction of the arrow (1) and release it out of the anchor (2). Handle both hooks (1) of the hard disk and pull the hard disk out of the drive cage in the direction of the arrow.

  • Page 58: Installing The Hard Disk

    Installing the hard disk Open the casing (see “Opening the casing” chapter). Make the required settings (e.g. master setting) on the drive. Remove the data and the power supply connector from the the hard disk drive (1), if necessary. Handle the latch, fold open it in the direction of the arrow (1) and release it out of the anchor (2). Handle both hooks (1) of the carrier and pull it out of the drive cage in the direction of the arrow.

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    Handle both hooks (1) of the hard disk and slide the new hard disk into the slot (2) in the direction of the arrow. Hook the the latch (1) and close it in the direction of the arrow (2). Attach the connectors of the data and power cables at the hard disk drive. Connect the blue plug of the data cable to the connection on the mainboard.

  • Page 60: Installing Memory Modules

    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.

  • Page 61: Location Of Memory Modules

    Location of memory modules Applicable memory modules Use Fujitsu 184-pin SDRAM DIMM memory modules only. Up to 2G bytes of memory (two 1GB-byte memories) can be expanded. In the standard configuration, slot DIMM1 has a memory module. Insert an additional memory module into slot DIMM2.

  • Page 62: Installing Memory Modules

    Installing memory modules Unplug the PC. Remove the upper cover.

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    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.

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    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. Reinstall upper cover.

  • Page 65: Chapter 6 Technical Data

    CHAPTER 6 Technical Data...

  • Page 66: Electrical Data

    Electrical Data DESKPOWER C620 Rated voltage range: (selectable) 100 V -127 V / 200 V - 240 V Frequency: 50 Hz -60 Hz Max. rated current • Casing with monitor socket 100 V -127 V / 6,0 A 200 V -240 V / 3.0 A •...

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