Phoenix Notebook Computer Operation & User’s Manual

Operation & User’s Manual for Phoenix Notebook Computer Laptop (115 pages)

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  • Manufacturer: Phoenix
  • Category of Device: Laptop
  • Document: Notebook Computer, File Type: PDF Operation & User’s Manual
  • Updated: 14-09-2023
  • Count of Pages: 115
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  • 105, 8. Slide t align he compartment cover into place and be sure the screw holes on the cover completely with the screw holes in the case. 9. CPU Upgr Secure the cover with the three screws. ade To up 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. ving the 6. 7. the screw grade your CPU, follow the procedures below: Turn the noteboo…

  • 41, • Store discs in a cool dry place not to damage the • Do not use benzene, thinners, or cleaners with de disc. tergent. Only use DVD-ROM cleaning kits. • Do not bend or drop the discs. Loading a Disc To play a CD disc, follow the instructions listed below. 1. Push the DVD-ROM/Combo…

  • 79, Phoenix Notebook Computer 3. Type the following: D:\Driver\VGA\ Setup.exe (If D is not your DVD-ROM drive, e D with the correct drive letter). 4. “ 5. m. Intalling the Audio Driver for WinXP substitut Click on Follo Setup” to begin the Installation Wizard. e Wizard’s on-screen instructions to complete the installation. …

  • 14, WARNING: There are more and more people spending large amounts of time in front of computer monitors now that scientists from many fields including anatomy, psychology, and occupational safety are involved in the study of ergonomically sound work environments. A few tips to help you work effectively without…

  • 9, Phoenix Notebook Computer Gerät gelangen. Dies könne einen Brand bzw. Elektrischen Schlag auslösen. 12. 13. a. b. c. d. e. f. 14. 15. 16. 17. A. Öffnen Sie niemals das Gerät. Das Gerät darf aus Gründen der elektrischen Sicherheit nur von authorisiertem Servicepersonal geöffnet werden. Wenn folgende Situation…

  • 65, Phoenix Notebook Computer Summary Screen This field display the system configuration when you boot up the system.  Disabled (default value), Enabled System Memory This field display the amount of conventional memory detected by the system during bootup. You do not need to make changes to this field. This is a display only field. …

  • 94, Phoenix Notebook Computer This chapter describes locating and solving problems that you may encounter while using your computer. Locating a Problem Problems with your computer can be caused by something as minor as an unplugged chapter is solutions orrect the power cord – or as major as a damaged hard disk. The informatio…

  • 42, Phoenix Notebook Computer Removi g the DVD-ROM/Combo Drive n elease latch into the direction of the arrow as described in the illust1. Push the r ration. 30 …

  • 19, 5. Keyboard Your computer has an 88-key enhanced keyboard that provides all the functions of a standard 101/102 key keyboard. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. TouchPad The TouchPad is hardware-compatible with the IBM PS/2 mouse and software- compatible with the Microsoft mouse. TouchPad Buttons The buttons belo…

  • 110, Detailed Notebook Specifications General CPU • Intel uFCPGA478 P4/Northwood CPU, 512KB L2 cache on die, FSB=533MHz mory xpansion slots for 200 pin DDR module, up t pport 2.5V DDR 266/333 module up to 3.2GHz HT Memory Main Me • 2 e o 1GB system memory • Su ROM • 512KB Flash ROM • Boot block p…

  • 27, Phoenix Notebook Computer 9. Ventilation Opening Please don’t block this opening during operation of the system. The Bottom Panel 15 …

  • 20, Phoenix Notebook Computer Indicates that the computer is accessing the DVD-ROM drive. Indicates that the computer is accessing the hard disk drive. Indicates that the keyboard is in Num Lock mode. Indicates when the keyboard is in Caps Lock mode. In this mode, the keyboard produces uppercase text when you press a key. When you…

  • 102, Upgrading your Memory Refer to the following instructions and illustration for information on upgrading your notebook's memory. 1. Turn off the computer and disconnect the AC adapter and all peripherals. 2. Turn the notebook over so that the rear ports are facing you and locate the memory module …

  • 86, ATI Display With ATI Display, you can connect up to three displays simultaneously to the notebook watch a DVD movie on an external television while checking email on y screen - or surf the web on a CRT monitor while working on a presentation on anel. The option is yours with these features. . You can …

  • 103, 5. If you need to install sides to release the m a higher capacity module, gently push the edge clips on both odule. Angle the card slightly upward and gently slide it from its edge connector slot. Store the card in the anti-static bag that contains your new w memory card, hold the card with its g…

  • 31, The best kind of AC power source to connect your Notebook to is a UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply). Lacking this, use a power strip with a built-in surge protector. Do not use inferior extension cords as this may result in damage to your Notebook. The Notebook comes with its own AC adapter. Do n…

  • 6, equipment to the power outlet. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. a. b. c. d. e. f. 14. 15. 16. 17. Place the power cord in such a way that people can not step on it. Do not place anything on top of the power cord. All cautions and warnings on the equipment should be noted. If the equipment is not…

  • 39, Phoenix Notebook Computer TouchPad Precautions The TouchPad is a pressure sensitive device. Please take note of the following precautions. • Make sure the TouchPad does not come into contact with dirt, liquids or grease. • Do not touch the TouchPad if your fingers are dirty. • Do not rest heavy objects on the TouchPad or the…

  • 26, Phoenix Notebook Computer 3. Infrared Data Port The Infrared Data Port allows your Notebook to become truly wireless. You can use this port to transfer large amounts of data very quickly to any other machine (Notebook computers, printers, etc.) which is also equipped with an IrDA-compliant IR port. This allows you to …

  • 80, Phoenix Notebook Computer Installing the USB20 Driver for WinXP tall the USB20 driver you must first removTo ins e the currently installed driver. 1. . 2. 3. the following: D:\Driver\USB20\USB20.exe (If D is not your DVD-ROM drive, substitute D with the correct drive letter). stallation Wizard. 5. e installation. 6. Insert the …

  • 18, 1. LCD Screen Your Notebook computer is equipped with a replaceable color Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) screen that supports up to 1024 x 768 or 1400 x 1050 x 16M LCD resolution utilizing an AGP BUS. A built-in backlight allows you to comfortably view the screen even when ambient lighting is low. …

  • 37, Phoenix Notebook Computer • Simultaneous display of the LCD scre • TV only en and CRT monitor You witch between these display configu essing the key combination [Fn] + or information on connecting an ext , please refer to Chapter Four. A Tour No • Simultaneous display of the TV screen and CRT monitor can s [F12]. F rati…

  • 95, source and make sure that the battery has a charge. 2. If you are using the Notebook with the AC adapter, check the power outlet, the power cord, and any power switches that may affect your computer. e wall outlet or power strip with an item that you know is functioning properly. A lamp or radio is a c…

  • 62, recognized and properly configured. If automatic detection is successful, the correct values will be filled in for the remaining fields on this submenu. If no drive is installed or if you are rem drive and not replacing it, select None. DVD-ROM if a DVD-ROM is installed as the IDE Adapter 0 Ma…

  • 7, • The cord set must be approved for the country in which it is used. • The appliance coupler must have a configuration for mating with a CEE22/EN6032/IEC 320 appliance inlet. A. B. C. 18. 19. For U.S. and Canada: • The cord set must be UL Listed and CSA Certified. • The minimum spec…

  • 32, Phoenix Notebook Computer • The battery pack initially has a full charge. • No peripheral devices are installed. • The disk/DVD-ROM drives run no more than 10% of the time. Only use batteries that are approved by an authorized dealer. All batteries are not the same and therefore should not be treated as such. …

  • 46, Otherwise, let t heard. he battery run down until the battery low-low warning beeps are The system will automatically enter Suspend mode. . You can now connect the AC adapter. ibrated properly. 2. Turn the Notebook off. Connect the AC adapter and let the battery fully recharge. When the battery charg…

  • 15, Getting to Know Your Computer Opening the LCD Panel At the front of the Notebook you will find two external speaker on both sides of the display panel that locks the display in closed position when the Notebook is not in use. 1. Pull up the two external speaker at both sides to make it adjacent to the LCD pane…

  • 22, The Left Side 1. 2. Ventilation Opening Please don’t block this opening during operation of the system. The LAN Port This jack provides a standard RJ-45 connection for integration with an existing network or a high-speed (ADSL or cable) connection via a network cable. 10 …

  • 76, When prompted by BIOS to save your changes before exiting To exit BIOS S Discarding Chan etup without saving your changes, select Exit ges from the Exit menu and press [Enter]. , select [No] and press [Enter]. 64 …

  • 21, Phoenix Notebook Computer The function of this application is the same as when you are using the Windows based Media Player in playing a music CD. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. The Play/Pause Button Press the Play button to play a selected track. Press the Pause button to freeze the music when necessary. Pressing the button…

  • 112, • 18-bit DC & DAC resolution A IF out DIF, 5.1 channel support, built-in four stereo speakers I • Support SPD • AC97 2.1, SP /O Ports • One ara • One -vi • C jack) • • One ide • USB 2.0 port • jack w/ adaptor for 5.1 channel SP/DIP support • AN • 1394A Video y p lle…

  • 104, 3. Slide the HDD cover away from the compartment. The drive is attached to a special bracket that secures it to the notebook computer. There are 4 screws hold the bracket. Remove the screws and set them in a safe place. 4. 5. 6. Push the HDD slightly in the direction of the arrow as shown in the …

  • 3, Phoenix Notebook Computer Preface  Copyright 2003 All Rights Reserved. Manual edition, 2003 The information in this document is subject to change without prior notice in order to improve reliability, design and function and does not represent a commitment on the part of the manufacturer. In no event will the manufacturer …

  • 66, boot-up. You do not need to make changes to this field. This is a display onl Advanced from the menu bar displays the advanced menu: y field. The Advanced Menu Selecting ` I/O Device Configuration This menu as well as th d below. allows you to configure the notebook's serial and parallel po…

  • 85, You will notice three new entries have been made in the Display Properties window: ATI Displays, ATI color, ATI OpenGL, ATI Direct 3D, ATI POWERPLAY™, ATI Overlay and ATI Options. 73 …

  • 43, Phoenix Notebook Computer Pull out the DVD-ROM drive from the bay. k features one PCMCIA expansion socket design to interface with one 2. PCMCIA Cards and Expansion Sockets The Noteboo Type II card. 31 …

  • 60, System Time Sets your system to the time that you specify. The format is hour, minute, second. Use the [Tab] or [Shift] + [Tab] keys to move between the hou r, minute, and second fields. year. Use the [Tab] or [Shift] + [Tab] keys to move between the nth, day, and year fields. ` Primary Mas…

  • 82, "Software von einer Liste oder bestimmten Quelle installieren (für fortgeschrittene Benutzer)". Klicken Sie auf „Weiter". 6. Wählen Sie das Menüelement "Folgende Quelle ebenfalls durchsuchen:" und klicken auf "Durchsuchen". Geben Sie die Position Ihres Treibers an …

  • 25, 2. USB Ports Your computer includes four Universal Serial Bus (USB) 2.0 port. USB2.0 is the latest development in Plug and Play technology. It will eventually replace the need for separate connectors for external keyboards, serial ports, and parallel (printer) port. The Rear 1. 2. Audio Line O…

  • 51, Audio Volume Control The Notebook is equipped with hot-key volume controls: Pressing the [Fn] + [F3] hot-key combination decreases the audio output volume, press the [Fn] + [F4] hot-key combination increases the audio output volume. Audio Software Your notebook comes equipped with an with quality audio sou…

  • 34, Phoenix Notebook Computer 3. Hold the battery at the finger grip and lift it out of the compartment. Charging the Battery Pack The installed battery pack charges automatically any time the computer is connected to the AC adapter and an external power source. If this is your first t fully discharge the fully charged. ime to use…

  • 74, [Yes] [No] Select Yes to save changes and exit the BIOS setup program or press to the Exit menu. The next time you bootup the Notebook, the BIOS will attempt to load t you saved in Non-Volatile memory. If these values cause the system reboot and press [F2] to enter the Setup progra…

  • 70, Set Supervisor Password This field allows you to set the Supervisor password. To set the password, highlight this field and press the [Enter] key. The following appears: Supervisor dialog box Set Supervisor Password Enter New Password [ ] Confirm New Password [ ] Typ…

  • 73, must select one of the options from this menu or a menu bar item to exit this menu. Pressing the [Esc] key does not exit this menu. You Exit Saving Changes Once you are finished making your selections, choose this option from the Exit menu to ensure the values you selected are saved to Non…

  • 58, ↑ or ↓ Keypad arrow keys Moves the cursor up and down between fields. Tab Enter Moves the cursor to the next position available in the field. Shift + Tab Moves the cursor to previous position available in the field. Minu e ( -) ld. s k y F5 Scrolls backward through the values for the highligh…

  • 64, Set the T pe field to Auto to provide the optimum transfer mode. Configurations a Disabl y re:  ed, Mode 0, Mode 1, Mode 2 (default value), Mode 3, ys to make changes to this submenu, press the [Esc] key to ` Second Mode 4 After using the legend ke exit back to the Main menu. ary Master…

  • 68, IrDA/FIR This field allows you to enable or disable the Notebook's Fast Infrared (FIR) communication module. The following configuration options are available:  Disabled, Enabled (default value) Base I/O Address When the Parallel Port is set to Enabled, the "Base I/O Address" fie…

  • 44, Phoenix Notebook Computer Inserting a PCMCIA Card mputer will emit a medium tone followed by a high tone when a PC c ou eject a card, the computer will emit a high tone followed by a me ert and remove a PC card whether the computer is turned On or these instructions to insert a PCMCIA card: Hold the PCMCIA card with the a…

  • 81, Installing the TouchPad&StickPoint Driver for WinXP To install the touchpad driver you must first remove the currently installed driver. 1. 2. 3. rive letter). 4. 5. 6. Manua ti Insert the DVD-ROM Driver into your DVD-ROM drive. Click “Start” and Select “Run”. Type the followin…

  • 45, Power Saving Modes This section contains information on the Notebook’s power system, including the AC Adapter, the battery system, recharging the battery, and tips for conserving battery power. The power system is comprised of two parts, the AC Adapter and the battery system. The tlet to the DC powe…

  • 113, Phoenix Notebook Computer Smart Battery • 12 x 18650 Li-Ion battery pack @87.02W or 95.46W (for 3.06G CPU) erchangeable ovable and rechargeable spend mode e time under Ziff-Davis Inc. BatteryMark 4.0 XGA+UXGA LCD Dime si • User int • Rem • Charge modes - 3.5 hours to full charge when system is off or in su • More …

  • 36, Adjusting the LCD Screen Display The LCD screen display can be adjusted by the following key combinations. KEYS FUNCTIONS [Fn] + [F7] Decreases the brightness level. [Fn] + [F8] Increases the brightness level. [Fn] + [F10] Use this key combination to expand your video screen or reset to its CD screens ar…

  • 106, Phoenix Notebook Computer Failure to do so will cause a major damage to the heatsink. Be sure to loosen all the screws first before removing it totally to release the heatsink. 8. Now you can totally remove all the screws also in that order when you first loosen the screw. 94 …

  • 23, When using a LAN, please use an EMI Shielding Cable to minimize an inteference when transmitting. 3. 4. 5. 1394 USB A fast external bus standard that supports data transfer rates of up to 400 Mbps (400 million bits per second). Can be used to connect up 63 external devices, also supports isochrono…

  • 99, Contacting Your Dealer If you still ha receding sections, the next step is to contact your dealer. the problem is something that requires the computer to b Be he following information: • Ho d? Your dealer needs to know what peripheral • Wh • Wh o solve the problem? If you have overlooked a pr…

  • 11, vermeiden Sie Kontakt mit dem Strahl bei offenem Gehäuse. 21. Es besteht Explosionsgefahr, wenn der Akku nicht ordnungsgemäß ersetzt wird. Ersetzen Sie den Akku nur durch einen Akku gleichen oder äquivalenten Typs, der vom Hersteller empfohlen wird. Entsorgen Sie Akkus entsprechend den Anweisungen des…

  • 57, The Menu Bar The top of the screen has a menu bar with the following selections: • Main - Use this menu to make changes to the basic system configuration. • Advanced - Use this menu to enable and make changes to the advanced features available on your system. • Security - Use this men…

  • 28, Phoenix Notebook Computer 1. Battery Your notebook comes equipped with a factory-installed battery pack module. After the battery runs down, the module can be removed and replaced with a charged battery. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Battery Release Latch Lift up this latch to release the battery from its bay. Hard Disk Drive Your compu…

  • 52, Phoenix Notebook Computer External Speakers and Microphone The sound system is capable in providing high-quality sound to external speakers and receiving and processing sounds from an external microphone or external sound source. Connecting Peripheral Devices To expand your computing capabilities, you can add a variety of external devic…

  • 33, Phoenix Notebook Computer 3. 1. 2. Gently lower the battery into the bay and push it until it clicks securely in the bay. To remove the battery pack: Turn off the notebook, and disconnect the AC adapter. Close the LCD panel and turn it over and place it on a solid, flat surface. Lift the release latch to releas…

  • 115,  Modem driver  LAN driver  Wireless LAN driver  CardBus driver  USB20 driver 103 …

  • 84, 6. Select the “Search for a suitable driver for my device (recommended)” item and click “Next”. 7. Insta Click the “Browse” button and specify for the designate location of your CD driver. (D:\Driver\MiniPCI\AM303W\WinXP). lling the Accton Combo/AC-link MODEM Driver for WinXP 1. In 2. …

  • 50, ur notebook is capable of providing you with efficient and productive mobile computing, it also has the speed and capacity to service as a desktop system. This chapter discusses those functions of your notebook that are typical of desktop external microphone can be connected to the microphone jack. dphones ca…

  • 75, Phoenix Notebook Computer Load Setup Defaults This option allows you to load the default values for each of the parameters on the Setup menus. Setup Confirmation Load default configuration now? [Yes] [No] Select Yes to load default values. You can now select Exit Saving Changes or make er cha…

  • 24, Phoenix Notebook Computer 1. Battery Charge/Suspend This indicator will lit when the battery is in charging status. It also indicates when the system enter suspend mode. 2. Power On This indicator will lit when the notebook is powered on. The Right Side 1. The DVD-ROM or DVD Combo Your Notebook comes with a swappable 5.25"…

  • 63,  Disabled, 2 Sectors, 4 S value) ectors, 8 Sectors, 16 Sectors (default addressing of he hard drive without regard for this option speeds up communication between the CPU and the IDE is option supports PCI local bus only. ISA bus is not supported. Set using enhanced I/O transfer modes (PIO) Modes. …

  • 4, Notices Federal Communications Commission Radio Frequency Interference Statement This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interferenc…

  • 111, Phoenix Notebook Computer • Expansion 2 slots of 200 pin DDR SDRAM module. Mass Storage  HDD • Support enhanced IDE (PIO mode 4) and bus master (Ultra DMA 33/66/100 mode) • Easily upgradable 2.5" 9.5mm HDD  D-ROM/Combo/DVD Multi Drive; 5.25" 12.7mm height Fast IDE and ATAPI interface DVD-ROM/Combo Driv…

  • 59, Use the ntire he [PgUp] ys through the e lp docu he to go to the la ge. To exi elp windo Save Changes and Exit the Setup Program and [PgDn] ke ment. Press t or the up and down arrow keys (↑↓) to scroll Home key to display the first page, press End st pa t the h w, press the [Enter] or th…

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