Slide the battery lock to the locked position when the battery is installed. Removing A Memory Card Deleting Unnecessary Files Scheduling Notebook And Internet Use Working With Files And Folders
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Transferring Files And Settings Manually Identifying Window Items The built-in speakers are turned off when headphones are plugged into this jack.
Using The Optional Fingerprint Reader Moving From Your Old Computer Using The Optional Webcam Cleaning The Keyboard Using The Windows Mobility Center Memory card reader Insert a memory card from a digital camera, MP3 player, Bbluetooth, or cellular telephone into the memory card reader.
Turning Off Your Notebook Identifying Drive Types Plug amplified speakers or headphones into this jack. Working With Documents Regulatory Compliance Statements Adding Or Replacing Memory Modules Using Windows Media Center Use the AC adapter right away to charge the battery.
Using Bluuetooth Diskette Drive external External Dvd Drives The panel includes a capacitive volume control. Creating Music Files Using The Internet And Faxing Table Of Contents Turn the optional IEEE Recalibrating The Battery Recovering Pre-installed Software And Drivers Creating Activity Reports Three – USB 2.
Protecting Bluetloth Power Source Problems Windows Vista Home Premium is the edition that delivers more ease of use, security, and entertainment to your PC at home and on the go.
Playing Audio And Video Files Customer Care labels The labels include information that identify your notebook and features.
Hard drive bay The hard drive bay is accessed from the bottom of the notebook. Creating A Data Disc Windows User Accounts