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[. . . ] Sony Corporation provides no warranty with regard to this manual, the software, or other information contained herein and hereby expressly disclaims any implied warranties or merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose with regard to this manual, the software, or such other information. In no event shall Sony Corporation be liable for any incidental, consequential, or special damages, whether based on tort, contract, or otherwise, arising out of or in connection with this manual, the software, or other information contained herein or the use thereof. Macrovision: This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by U. S. Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized by Macrovision, and is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only, unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision. [. . . ] Once you have set the password, you will have to enter the password after the VAIO logo appears to start your computer. The power-on password will allow you to protect the computer from unauthorized access. Adding the Power-on Password The power-on password is provided to protect your computer from unauthorized access. There are two types of the power-on password: machine password and user password. The machine password is provided for users with administrator rights on the computer to change all the setup options on the BIOS setup screen, as well as to start the computer. The user password is provided for other standard users to allow for changing some of the BIOS setup options, as well as starting the computer. Once you have set the power-on password, you cannot start your computer without entering the password. Write down your password and keep it safe and private from other people. If you forget the power-on password and need assistance to reset it, a password reset fee will be charged, and your computer may need to be sent in for depot service for password reset. n 104 N Customizing Your VAIO Computer To add the power-on password 1 2 Turn on the computer. If not, restart the computer and press the F2 key several times when the VAIO logo appears. Press the < or , key to select Security to display the Security tab, select Set Machine Password, and then press the Enter key. On the password entry screen, enter the password twice and press the Enter key. The password can be up to 32 alphanumeric characters (including spaces) long. This power resuming preference will be lost if you remove both the AC adapter and the battery pack. See Setting Up Your Computer with VAIO Control Center (page 106). !If the battery runs down while your computer is in Sleep mode, you will lose any unsaved data. To avoid loss of data, you should save your data frequently. n 109 N Customizing Your VAIO Computer If the computer is not used for 25 minutes, it will enter Sleep mode. To avoid this, you can change the Sleep mode settings. To change the Sleep mode settings 1 2 3 Right-click the power status icon on the taskbar and select Power Options. Change the time to put the computer to sleep and click Save Changes. n 110 N Customizing Your VAIO Computer Using Hibernate Mode In Hibernate mode, the state of the system is saved on the hard disk and power is turned off. The power indicator light is off in this mode. To activate Hibernate mode Press the Fn+F12 keys. The Hibernating screen appears and the computer enters Hibernate mode. Alternatively, you can click Start, the arrow next to the Lock button, and Hibernate to place the computer to Hibernate mode. To return to Normal mode Press the power button. If you press and hold the power button for more than four seconds, your computer will turn off automatically. n 111 N Customizing Your VAIO Computer If you do not use your computer for a long period of time, place the computer into Hibernate mode. This power saving mode saves you the time of shutting down or resuming. [. . . ] Make sure to return to the original log-on user before disconnecting your computer from the docking station. For switching users, see Help and Support Center. n 174 N Support Options Support Options The section contains information on where to go for answers to questions about your VAIO computer. Sony Support Information See the following sources for answers in the sequence listed below. See Documentation (page 8) for details on the printed and non-printed documentation supplied with your computer, as well as further sources of reference. Go to the help files that accompany your software for instructions on using the software. [. . . ]


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