User manual ELECTRO-VOICE INTERFACE 3

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[. . . ] Financial services may require prior arrangements with participating financial institutions. Reproduction in whole or in part without permission is prohibited. End User Software License Agreement This End User Software License Agreement (the "EULA") is a legal agreement between you and Sony Corporation (hereinafter referred to as "ELECTRO-VOICE"), a corporation organized under Japanese Law, the manufacturer of your ELECTRO-VOICE computer system (the "ELECTRO-VOICE HARDWARE"). Please read this EULA carefully before installing or using the software distributed together with this EULA (the "ELECTRO-VOICE SOFTWARE"). By installing or using the ELECTRO-VOICE SOFTWARE, you agree to be bound by the terms of this EULA. [. . . ] Among other things, you will learn how to prepare your modem for use, how to use and customize the look of your Sony software and utilities, and you will be introduced to the different display modes. For more detailed information, you can also refer to the Help systems of the software. Customizing Your Notebook Computer Configuring the modem for use About the Software on your Notebook Computer nN 19 Configuring the modem for use Before you can start using your internal modem, or each time you use your modem while travelling, make sure that the country of the active location defined in Phone and Modem Options matches the country you are dialing from. 1 2 Click Start, point to Settings, and click Control Panel. Double-click Phone and Modem Options. 3 Double-click the currently selected location on the Dialing Rules tab. If more than one location is available, double-click the location that is highlighted. Customizing Your Notebook Computer Configuring the modem for use About the Software on your Notebook Computer Before applying new country settings, please make sure your phone line is disconnected from your VAIO notebook. nN 20 4 The Edit Location dialog appears. Check the country/region settings, and make sure it matches the place you are dialing from. 5 If you modified your location settings, click Apply on the Dialing Rules tab, and then click OK. Customizing Your Notebook Computer Sony Notebook Setup About the Software on your Notebook Computer nN 21 Sony Notebook Setup To display the Sony Notebook Setup screen: 1 2 Click the Start button on the Windows® taskbar. The Basic window appears; you can then enhance the features by clicking the Basic / Advanced tab. 3 4 Select the tab for the item you want to change. After you finish, click OK. Customizing Your Notebook Computer Sony Notebook Setup About the Software on your Notebook Computer For more information about each option, click Help on the Notebook Setup screen to display the help file. nN 22 Notebook Setup Tabs Tab About This Computer Printer Initial Setting Description Display system information, including memory capacity, serial number, and BIOS version. Select the drive and device order you wish to use for loading the operating system. You can specify the hard drive as well as other drives inserted into your computer. You can change the volume of the sounds while the operating system is loading. When you connect an optional mouse to your computer, you can disable your touchpad. Games ­ Disables the display and the Hard Disk Spindle Down timer. Camera ­ Optimizes performance and power requirements for camera usage. DVD ­ Optimizes performance and power requirements for DVD usage. Customizing Your Notebook Computer PowerPanel About the Software on your Notebook Computer nN 28 Power Management Commands PowerPanel provides power management commands that you can use to activate specific power management functions and to control power for a specific device. You might use these commands when you want to override a profile setting or initiate an immediate action, such as putting the system into Video Standby mode before the Video Standby timer expires. Icon Description System Idle - This mode is convenient if you do not need to use your computer for a short period. The hard disk and the video display enter a low power state and the CPU clock and processor stop. To return the system to the active state, press any key or the power switch on your computer. System Suspend ­ Puts the system into System Suspend mode, a power management state that saves the state of the system and peripheral devices in memory (RAM). To return the system to the active state, press any key or the power switch on your computer. System Hibernation ­ Provides for the lowest level of power consumption. The system writes the state of the system and peripheral devices to the hard disk and turns off the system power. To return the system to the original state, use the power switch to turn on power. Customizing Your Notebook Computer PowerPanel About the Software on your Notebook Computer nN 29 Automatic Profiles Selection (APS) A Power Profile is a set of timer values for a variety of system devices. [. . . ] The System Recovery CD screen appears, asking you what to do with the partitions on your hard disk. Recovering the system without changing partitions Recovering the system with modified partition sizes Aborting the recovery process Using the Product Recovery CD-ROMs About the Software on your Notebook Computer nN 43 Recovering the system without changing partitions 1 2 3 4 5 Press C to keep your current partitions. This is the recommended option if you do not need to modify the partition sizes and if you want to restore your C: drive while keeping the data on your D: drive untouched. When the recovery process is finished, remove the Recovery CD-ROM from the drive and press any key to restart your notebook computer. Recovering the system with modified partition sizes 1 2 3 Press P to modify partitions on your notebook computer. [. . . ]

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