Casio FIVA MPC-205 Laptop User's Guide PDF

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Summary of Content for Casio FIVA MPC-205 Laptop User's Guide PDF

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Thank you for purchasing the CASSIOPEIA FIVA205E/206E series... A list of the items included with this product is given below... Confirm that nothing is missing or damaged... If anything is missing or damaged, contact the dealer from which you purchased this product...

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In this guide various icons are used to highlight safe operation of this product and to prevent injury to the operator and other personnel and also to prevent damage to property and this product... The icons and definitions are given below...

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Do not place containers of liquids near FIVA and do not allow any foreign matter to get into it... Should water or other foreign matter get into FIVA, immediately shut down the power and unplug the AC adaptor from the power outlet... Continued use creates the danger of shorting, fire and electric shock... Contact your original retailer or authorized distributor...

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Do not allow the power cord or plug to become damaged, and never try to modify them in any way... Continued use of a damaged power cord can cause deterioration of the insulation, exposure of internal wiring, and shorting, which creates the danger of electric shock and fire... Contact your authorized distributor whenever the power

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Never allow the positive (+) and negative () poles of the batteries to become connected by metal... Do not store or transport the battery pack together with metal necklaces, hairpins, or other metal items... Shorting of the battery pack poles creates the danger of overheating, fire, and explosion... When transporting or storing the battery pack, wrap it in

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The AC adaptor normally becomes warm during use... Avoid allowing the AC adaptor to rest on your lap or other part of your body when using it for long period... Long term with the AC adaptor creates the danger of burns...

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Do not overly bend the power cord, do not allow it to be caught between desks or other furniture, and never place heavy objects on top of the power cord... Doing so can cause shorting or breaking of the power cord, creating the danger of fire and electric shock...

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quality control... Should you suspect FIVA is defective or malfunctioning, contact your original dealer or authorized distributor... Repair and maintenance are subject to the terms and conditions of the Warranty... The mis-operation of electronic product may create a risk of injury caused by a fire or electric shock, etc... To avoid the accident, be sure to follow the instructions below... Follow the cautions

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Avoiding Computer Viruses A computer virus is a program... It gets installed on your system without you being aware of it, and can do anything from displaying strange messages to destroying your data and other programs... A virus can enter your system via a floppy diskette or network... Taking the following precautions are normally sufficient to protect against having a virus invade your system...

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Be sure to carefully observe these precautions at all times... Never remove this label... Should this label ever start to come off or should its contents become unreadable, contact your original dealer or authorized distributor...

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to floppy diskette... This ensures that you always have backup data on hand in case of accidental data deletion or corruption caused by mis-operation, malfunction, maintenance, etc...

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Disposal When it comes time to dispose of your FIVA, do so in accordance with local regulations in your area... Contact your local government authorities for details about proper disposal methods...

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Clean FIVA by wiping it with a soft, dry cloth... If FIVA is very dirty, wipe it with a cloth that has been moistened with a weak solution of water and a mild neutral detergent... Wring out all excess moisture before wiping...

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NOTICE 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 interference in a residential installation... This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications... However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation... If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

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Keyboard ... 26 Key Combinations... 28 NumLock Keypad ... 29 Control Buttons and Stick ... 30 Changing a stick cap ... 32 Before Using FIVA for the First Time ... 33

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q Switching the tool bar ... 81 Registering applications in the Launcher bar ... 81 w Panel ... 84 Changing the display position of the tool bar ... 84 Pop-up menu ... 85 e Settings ... 86 One Touch Operation Button Setting ... 86 Wake On Timer Setting ... 87 Power Management Setting ... 87 Settings (Preferences) ... 90 r Power management ... 91 t Brightness control ... 92 y Stop functioning of the hard disk ... 92 u Adjusting the volume ... 92 i PC card properties ... 93 o Long-Run setting ... 94 !0 Battery Control ... 95 !1 Battery indicator ... 96 !2 Standby Mode ... 96 !3 Hibernation Mode ... 96

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Troubleshooting ... 129 Basic Troubleshooting ... 129 System Outline ... 130 Memo about your system ... 130 Power Supply ... 131 Display Problems ... 132 Software Problems ... 133 Peripheral Operation Problems ... 134 Text Input Problems ... 135 Printing Problems ... 135 General Operation Problems ... 136 Problems Following Restoration of the System ... 138 FIVA Malfunction ... 138

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This Users Guide is divided into the five sections shown below... Be sure you read the section titled Before Using FIVA starting from page 8 before you do anything else...

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This chapter provides you with general description of functions and part names, and other information you need to know before trying to use FIVA...

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The part names introduced in this chapter are used throughout the rest of this Users Guide... CASSIOPEIA FIVA has the port and the slot for PC card in order to connect to peripherals such as a network, the USB equipment, etc... As the part names are described in this Users Guide many times, remember these names introduced in this chapter... At first, open the display panel...

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y Software switch ( MODE A B ) Slide this switch to select the start-up mode... If you start up FIVA in MODE B, the Linux system will be in function... However, you can use only the applications (MP3 player and FTP client) available for Linux...

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y Reset switch Press this switch with a thin, pointed object to forcibly turn off the unit... Use this switch only when experiencing operational problems...

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This section describes the basic functions of the keyboard... Actual keyboard functions may differ in accordance with the application you are using...

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Pressing this key while holding down shift locks the keyboard in upper-case input...

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This key operation shift locks the keyboard for upper- case character input... Perform this operation again to unshift the keyboard...

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Holding down Fn and pressing F11 activates NumLock, which assigns numeric keypad functions to the keyboard keys shown below... Press Fn + F11 to cancel NumLock...

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Stick This can be used to control the pointer on the screen... Put a finger on the stick and move it in every direction to control the pointer on the screen... The pointer speed can be changed according to the force you press the stick... When you press the stick strongly, the pointer speed becomes fast... Pressing the stick straight is the same operation as pressing the left control button...

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Move the pointer to the desired position and press the left control button once... This button is used to select OK, Next, etc... Move the pointer to the desired position and press the left control button twice in succession... You can start up an application... While holding down the left control button, move the pointer with the stick... An object, e... g... , icon, can be moved together with the pointer (drag)... When you reach the location where you want to place the object, release the control button (drop)... When the right control button is pressed, the menu is displayed... The various menus are displayed in accordance with the item you clicked...

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Important Put the cap on the stick firmly... Otherwise, the cap may damage the LCD monitor when you close the display panel...

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Setting and Removing the Battery Pack When you set the full-charged battery pack, you can use this unit without connecting the AC adaptor... Make sure you correctly set the battery pack so it does not come off accidentally during unit operation... Set up and removal procedures are the same for both standard battery pack and large-capacity battery pack...

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To remove the battery pack Before removing the battery pack, be sure to turn off the power... (When the AC adaptor is connected to FIVA and a power outlet, you can remove the battery pack without turning off the power... ) 1... Close FIVA and turn it over... 2... While sliding the battery release latch in the direction indicated in the

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The BAT ( ) indicator lights orange while the battery is being charged, and the indicator lights green when the battery is fully charged... If the BAT ( ) indicator lamp goes out during charging, it means FIVAs internal protection circuitry has activated to cancel the charge operation... If this happens, try disconnecting the AC adaptor and battery from FIVA, and then resetting them... If this problem persists, it could indicate malfunction of the battery pack or FIVA... Contact your original retailer or authorized distributor...

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Charge the battery pack in an area where the temperature is within the range of 5C to 35C (41F to 95F)... The battery pack may fail to reach a full charge at temperatures outside this range... In this case the BAT ( ) indicator lamp does not light...

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This chapter covers such operations as turning on power, setting up Windows Me, and other operational procedures...

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The first time you turn on the power, you must perform a Windows Me setup procedure... You need to perform this procedure only once... After that, Windows Me will boot up automatically when you turn on the power...

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After that, Welcome to Microsoft Windows screen appears... To use the Windows Me, follow the procedure below... First, click Next...

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6... Read and agree to the Software License Agreement... Be sure you read the terms and conditions of the Microsoft Software

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Input the Product Key number that is printed on the Certificate of Authenticity affixed to the back of this unit, and then click Next... All the letters and numbers you type in this screen are automatically input in upper case, even if you do not press the Shift key...

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8... Register with the Microsoft... You can register with the online system... If you do not want to register immediately, you can register afterward...

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The above screen appears after Windows Me setup is complete... Now Windows Me will start up whenever you turn on FIVA... For full details on using Windows Me, see the Windows Me Quick Start Guide manual that comes with FIVA...

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The amount of power FIVA consumes when the power is turned off and the time until Windows Me is reactivated differs in each of these power save modes... Fully understand the features of each of these power save modes, and select the mode that best suits your particular requirements...

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To shut down Windows Me from the Start menu In this mode, Windows Me is completely shut down and FIVA is consuming almost no battery power... This mode extends battery life but requires that Windows Me be restarted from the very beginning to restore power... This means that the status of Windows Me or any application that is running is not maintained in memory when the Power Off mode is entered... Enter the Power Off mode if you do not plan to use FIVA for a long time and before installing expansion memory...

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To enter the Standby Mode from the Start menu The status of LCD, Windows Me and any applications that are running is retained in memory, so they can be restored in a shortest time after leaving the Standby Mode... In Standby Mode, FIVA always consumes slight power... Sliding the power switch restores FIVA to the mode before you turn off the power...

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The state of Windows Me and other applications that were active when the power save mode is entered are written to FIVAs hard disk... This process takes some to complete, after which FIVA automatically powers down so that almost no power is supplied... Slide the power switch again to recover from the Hibernation Mode...

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If you leave the display panel closed for longer than about ten minutes, FIVA automatically switches from the Standby Mode to the Hibernation Mode... To recover from the Hibernation Mode, open the display panel and slide the power switch... The Windows Me screen that was displayed when you initially closed the display panel reappears, but it will take more time than that of recovery from the Standby Mode...

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Using the Sleep function FIVE has the Sleep function to save power as a standard function... This means the Hibernation Mode or Standby Mode described before... When this unit is not used temporarily, set the unit to the Sleep Mode so that the available time of battery pack can be prolonged... (The time to maintain the Sleep Mode differs according to the battery charge capacity of battery pack... ) If this unit is enters the Sleep Mode while only the battery pack supplies

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First, perform the log-on operation to make the unit recognize the user... If you use the unit alone and also not connected to a network, you can set the unit so that the screen above does not appear...

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Checking the Current Charge Level of the Battery Pack The battery pack discharges naturally even when you are not using it... To prevent the malfunction caused by the wear of battery pack, make sure you charge the battery pack fully before trying to use it to power FIVA... You can use any of the three following methods to check the current charge level of the battery pack... The color of the BAT-LED indicator lamp The color of the PW-LED indicator lamp Mobile Cockpit

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Checking the Power Indicator Lamp Color The indicator lamp will start flashing red and a warning screen will appear if the battery charge level drops while FIVA is operating under battery power only... When this happens, connect the AC adaptor and charge the battery... If you continue to use FIVA under the low power condition, FIVA will automatically enter the Hibernation Mode when the battery charge level drops more... When a warning screen appears, perform one of the following procedures...

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Forced Hibernation Mode To help ensure that you do not lose application data files, FIVA goes into forced Hibernation Mode whenever the battery charge level drops below a certain point... When this happens, connect the AC adaptor and slide the power switch to recover from the Hibernation Mode...

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Using the Large-capacity Battery Pack Use the optionally available large-capacity battery pack when you need to operate FIVA for longer periods without AC adaptor power... The large- capacity battery pack provides about 9 hours of continuous operation on a full charge... Use the same procedure as the standard battery pack to attach and remove the large-capacity battery pack...

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For using the E-mail button, the setting to connect to an internet or the contract with an internet provider is also necessary beforehand... The various software applications, which allow you to connect to the internet provider via an internet and to sign up, are available...

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Important The Mobile Cockpit II activates the application function of the one touch operation buttons (P1: E-mail, P2: Internet, P3: Memo)... Thus, directly after recovering from the Standby Mode or Hibernation Mode, or when there is no selected item, the one touch operation buttons may not function... In this case, press the appropriate button again or click on the screen...

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This chapter contains information about how to connect peripherals and about convenient functions...

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To connect the headphones Connect the headphones plug to the headphones port ( ) on the front of this unit... For details of the volume adjustment, see u Adjusting volume on page 92... Use a pair of headphones set which has the stereo mini jack (3... 5 mm)...

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Connecting to the LAN port By using the LAN port, you can connect to the standard Ethernet (10Base-T/100Base-TX)... An Ethernet cable is necessary when connecting to the Ethernet... After connecting, setting the software is necessary in order to connect to the network using the TCP/IP function...

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The built-in modem can be connected to the general telephone line (analog)... It cannot be connected directly to the digital line (the ISDN circuit, etc... )... Also, it cannot be connected to the line for a home telephone or office telephone which uses the telephone switchboard... When connecting to the ISDN circuit, the optional terminal adaptor (TA), dial- up rooter, etc... is also necessary... After connecting, setting the software is necessary in order to perform the connection for communication via the telephone or facsimile line...

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Important When this unit enters the Sleep Mode such as the Hibernation or Standby Mode while USB devices are connected, the USB devices may not be used after the unit is restored from the Sleep Mode... In this case, re-connect the USB devices or restart this unit...

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Using the floppy disk drive The optional USB compatible floppy disk drive (MPC-240FDD) is available for this unit... The two types of floppy disk can be used with this unit... One is 2DD floppy disk with the amount of 720 KB and the other is 2HD floppy disk with the amount of 1... 44 MB... (For details, see the manual that comes with the floppy disk drive... ) Connecting the floppy disk drive allows you to store data and to copy data to other computer...

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Installing the printer driver is required for using the printer... The printer driver that comes with this unit or one (stored in a CD, floppy disk, etc... ) that comes with the printer can be used... When a printer compatible with the plug and play function is connected for the first time, the Add Printer Wizard screen appears... Follow the procedure displayed on the screen to use the printer...

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Using External Monitor Connect an external monitor to FIVA so that the operation can be performed while viewing the big-screen... (Use the supplied RGB cable for the connection... ) Opening the display panel is required for using the external monitor as the unit enters the Sleep Mode automatically when the display panel is closed...

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Note You can specify the resolution and number of colors only when using an external monitor... Right click on the Windows Me desktop and select Properties on the menu... The Display Properties appears...

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Connecting to the IEEE1394 port Various devices such as digital video camera, etc... can be connected to the IEEE1394 port... The procedure to connect a device to the IEEE1394 port is described in this section...

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Using a PC Card FIVA has one PC Card Standard PCMCIA TYPE II PC card slot (including card compatible with the Card BUS)... You can use a PC card to connect various peripherals such as the CD- ROM drive or scanner, etc... Almost of all PC cards can be inserted or removed while the power of the unit is turned on... For the detail of using the PC card, see the manual that comes with the PC card...

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1... Stop using the PC card... Click the Mobile Cockpit PC Card button ( ) or double-click the PC Card button ( ) on the indicator area to open PC Card (PCMCIA) Properties... Select the card name from the list, and then click Stop to cut off the power to the PC card...

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2... Making sure that the PC card is oriented correctly, insert the PC card into the PC card slot... Though you may be aware of some resistance while inserting the PC card, push the card carefully and horizontally until it goes to the end...

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Before using a CF card The CF card is small so that it is hard to remove once you insert the card into the slot... For many CF cards, the direction you insert the card is printed on the card, but for some cards, the direction is not indicated clearly... So, before using a CF card, stick the supplied puller tape on the card as shown below...

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2... Making sure that the CF card is oriented correctly, insert the CF card into the CF card slot... Though you may be aware of some resistance while inserting the CF card, push the card carefully and horizontally until it goes to the last...

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Removing a CF card Before removing a CF card from the slot, first click the Mobile Cockpit PC Card button ( ) and disable CF card operation and then remove the CF card... And, be sure that an application or system is not running... The CF card can be inserted or removed even when the power of this unit is turned on or off, but not when the unit is in the Sleep Mode...

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You can expand the FIVA memory by installing an expansion memory board... Expanded memory can help applications and large-volume data to be operated at a high speed... Use the optional expansion memory board (MPC-252RAM/253RAM) or one specified by CASIO... To increase the memory to maximum 192 MB, it is necessary to remove the expansion memory board from the expansion slot and install the optional expansion memory board (MPC-253RAM: 128 MB)...

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4... Open the display panel... Remove the two screws (+) on both sides of the keyboard and turn the keyboard toward you slowly... (Keep the screws in order not to loose them)... When turning the keyboard toward you, do not hold the keys... The keys may be removed...

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5... When the keyboard is removed, the expansion memory slot appears... Pushing the both sides of the expansion memory slot outwards (q), pull the installed expansion memory board out (w)... Do not press down or bend the board when removing it...

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Checking the capacity of the expansion memory Be sure to check that the expansion memory board is installed correctly and FIVA detects the expansion memory you installed... If the capacity of the expansion memory does not increase, the following problems are assumed: The memory board is not installed correctly, or The memory board is not a specified one by CASIO...

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The CASIO original application software Mobile Cockpit II is installed in this unit... The Mobile Cockpit II is always displayed as a tool bar on the desk top of the Windows Me and it allows you to perform the convenient settings easily... When the Mobile Cockpit II is not displayed on the screen, click in the indicator area to start up... * After this, Mobile Cockpit II is described as the mobile cockpit...

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q Switching the tool bar The Mobile Cockpit has the Control bar and Launcher bar... You can switch the display between them depending on your usage... When you click or , the display is switched between the Control bar and the Launcher bar... Control bar

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1... Clicking the Switching the tool bar button in the Mobile Cockpit to switch to the Launcher bar from the Control bar...

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4... Confirm that the button of the application you deleted is not displayed in the Launcher bar... (The button of the application is only not displayed... The application itself is not deleted... )

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As the tool bar is displayed together with the taskbar in the Windows is displayed preferentially, the short tool bar is displayed as shown above when the tool bar in the Mobile Cockpit is displayed in the left or right side of the screen...

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Auto hide When the check mark is put in the Auto hide, the tool bar is hidden... In this setting, when you move the pointer to each corner of the screen, the tool bar appears and when you move the pointer aside from the corner of the screen, the tool bar is hidden... When the check mark is not put, the tool bar is always displayed...

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One Touch Operation Button Setting The one touch operation buttons have three buttons of P1 ( ) Mail button, P2 ( ) Internet button and P3 ( ) Memo button... When you press each button, the application you registered in advance starts up... You can register desired application in each of one touch operation buttons...

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Power Management Setting This allows you to prolong the using time of the battery pack when you change the settings of the Sleep Mode, CPU, hard disk and the LCD monitor and the power supply according to the conditions... (This function is called Power Management... ) To make the change of the using condition easier, the three modes of FULL POWER, NORMAL and ECONOMY are provided... And, for the power, the two modes of USER AC and USER DC are provided... The three modes and the two modes can be specified respectively... The following items can be specified... In this window, the power management setting for the system and the devices can be specified by selecting USER AC or USER DC, and the setting for this unit can be specified by selecting FULL POWER, NORMAL or ECONOMY... The time until this unit enters the Sleep Mode after the unit is not

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Important You can also specify the power management setting of this unit by selecting Control panel Power Management The property of Power Management... Note that the setting in the Power Management has priority over the setting of the Power Management Setting in the Mobile Cockpit... The setting of the Power Management Setting in the Mobile Cockpit is cancelled when the setting in the Power Management is performed after the setting of the Power Management Setting in the Mobile Cockpit is performed... Normally, you should specify only the setting of the Power Management Setting in the Mobile Cockpit because it is easier to operate...

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USER DC This setting is when the power is supplied to this unit by the battery pack...

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Settings (Preferences) The initial setting can be set to use this unit... The 5 settings of Built-in LAN on/off, Priority of starting up devices (Boot sequence), Power Switch Action, LCD Panel Action and Switch the PC Card/PC Card Pro button can be specified... When the restart is necessary after the setting is changed, the display to restart this unit appears after you press the OK button...

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When you press one of the Full power, the Normal, the Economy and the User button to select the setting of the Power Management Setting described before, the setting of the power management for this unit can be specified... The selected button is depressed... (The Full power button is selected in the illustration shown above... ) The power condition is shown in the indicator of the selected button when you switch to the AC adaptor or to the battery pack...

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t Brightness control You can adjust the brightness of LCD monitor... Adjust the brightness of LCD monitor by dragging the control bar... After adjusting it, click the Save the user mode to save the items of the LCD monitor setting in the Setting of power management described before... If you do not save the setting, the LCD monitor is displayed in the brightness previously set in the LCD monitor setting of the Setting of power management when you restart the unit... Also, you can adjust the brightness of LCD monitor using the hot key

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i PC card properties This button has the two functions and the display can be switched in the Settings described before... The ( ) button opens the PC card properties (PCMCIA) of the Windows... The ( ) buttons connects or disconnects two PC cards each other...

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o Long-Run setting By setting the function range of CPU of this unit, you can decrease the power consumption and prolong the using time of the battery pack... The CPU functions within the upper value and the lower value... After setting it, click the Save the user mode to save the items of LongRun in Power Management Setting described before... If you do not save the setting, the unit functions in the CPU speed previously set in LongRun of Power Management Setting when you restart the unit...

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!0 Battery Control This window displays the condition of the battery pack... You can check the connecting condition of the battery pack, the remaining power of the battery pack or the time to replace with the new battery pack, etc...

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( ), selecting Hibernation after selecting the Shut down, or performing the operation of e Settings described before... If you click this button when the wake on timer setting is set to on, the unit is restored from the Hibernation Mode when the time you set comes...

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This appendix tells you how to solve the problem and how to restore FIVA to the default settings...

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Using the supplied Product Recovery CD-ROM, you can restore the system and applications back to the factory defaults... When Windows Me does not function correctly or when Windows Me does not start up even if you turn on the power, restore the system with the supplied Product Recovery CD-ROM (after this, the way to resume the system is described as System restoration)... The optionally available CD-ROM drive is required to use the Product

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Starting up from the Product Recovery CD-ROM Though FIVA is preset to start up from its hard disk, you can start up FIVA from Product Recovery CD-ROM in a CD-ROM drive to restore the system and applications... The following procedure is performed with the CD-ROM...

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Note Typing Y here also executes the FDISK command, which creates a hard disk partition... The partition reserves part of memory for storage of data when the system goes into the Hibernation Mode... After that, the partition for the Hibernation Mode is formatted automatically...

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3... After restarting, change CD-ROM... After hard disk initializing is complete, remove the Product Recovery CD-ROM and insert the Microsoft Windows Me Operating System CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive... Next, press any key...

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5... Run Scan Disk... When the screen shown below appears, press Enter to starts Scan Disk... Scan Disk checks the hard disk for errors...

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The screen changes, and FIVA prepares for Windows Me installation and the Windows Me installation wizard starts...

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Important You can select another setup option if you like, but be sure to select Typical if you want to restore the system to its initial factory defaults... For details, see Installing the CASIO Applications on page 116...

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Important You can select Display the list of components so I can choose the ones I want to install... you like, but be sure to select Install the most common components recommended... if you want to restore the system to its initial factory defaults...

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Note A startup disk is a floppy disk that can be used when Windows Me does not start up correctly... You can find the cause Windows Me does not function correctly by starting up the system with the startup disk and performing troubleshooting steps...

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In response to the confirmation message that appears, click Cancel... The screens for making a startup disk is skipped... A startup disk will be made after the installation of Windows Me is complete...

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13... Start the file copy operation... When the screen shown below appears, click Finish to start the file copy operation... It takes about 15 minutes to copy all files... After that, you do not need to operate... Windows Me is installed automatically... FIVA will automatically restart with Windows Me when the installation of Windows Me is complete...

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15... Specify the computer name and work group name respectively... Input a computer name and work group name and then click Close... For example, Input FIVA as a computer name and CASIO as a work group name...

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Making Windows Me Settings Use the following procedure to make Windows Me settings required for installation after formatting the hard disk in the procedure above...

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Authenticity affixed to the back of this unit, and then click Next... All the letters and numbers you type in this screen are automatically input in upper case, even if you do not press the Shift key...

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4... The screen changes to the Windows is now setting up the following items... screen from the Setup wizard...

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Type in your user name and password... If you do not input in the name and password, this screen will not appear when you start up Windows Me... Type the user name and then press Tab to move the cursor to the password text box... As you type your password, an asterisk appears in the textbox for every character you type... After you input the password, click the OK button...

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Next, perform the procedure below to change the BIOS setting... Otherwise, if you start up this unit with the MODE B setting of the software switch, Windows Me will start up as if the software switch is set to MODE A... 1... Shut down Windows Me and turn off the power of this unit...

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Installing the CASIO Applications Some applications are installed in this unit at the factory... The procedure you performed with the Product Recovery CD-ROM restores the hard disk to virtually the same state it was in when the FIVA shipped from the factory... Note, however, that the recovery procedure does not restore the following software and settings... The applications are not automatically installed from the Product Recovery CD-ROM... You need to start up the applications and then install them...

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4... Double-click the SETUP icon or AR405ENG... exe in the folder you opened... This launches the installer for the application... Follow the instructions that appear on the screen... FIVA TOOLS which includes Mobile Cockpit and other important system support utilities is strongly recommended to install...

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Restoring the system causes the Windows Me display fonts and wallpaper to be set to initial default settings... Use the following procedure to change these settings...

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The components available after you install Microsoft Windows Me are different from those installed on FIVA when you purchase it... Use the following procedure to install the components that are available when you purchase FIVA...

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5... Start the installation... Click OK to install the components you selected... It takes about 10 minutes to install the components... During that time, do not perform any other Windows Me operation... After a few moments a dialog asking whether you want to restart Windows Me appears... Click Yes...

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A startup disk is a floppy diskette that contains the system files required to start up the system... It starts up the system without using the hard disk, so it comes in handy when you need to perform troubleshooting steps...

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The REN is used to determine the quantity of devices which may be connected to the telephone line... Excessive RENs on the telephone line may result in the devices not ringing in response to an incoming call... In most, but not all areas, the sum of RENs should not exceed five (5... 0)... To be certain of the number of devices that may be connected to a line, as determined by the total RENs, contact the local telephone company...

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The Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 makes it unlawful for any person to use a computer or other electric device, including fax machines, to send any message unless such message clearly contains in a margin at the top or bottom of each transmitted page or on the first page of the transmission, the date and time it is sent and an identification of the business or other entity, or other individual sending the message and the telephone number of the sending machine or such business, other entity, or individual...

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This equipment is registered with the FCC under Part 68 as a component device for use with CASIO COMPUTER CO... , LTD... models CASSIOPEIA FIVA Series... In order for the FCC registration of this product to be retained, all other products used in conjunction with this product must also be FCC Part 68 registered for use with this host... If any of these components are not registered, then you are required to obtain FCC Part 68 registration of the assembles equipment prior to connection to the telephone network... Part 68 registration requires that you maintain this approval and as such are responsible for the following:

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Users should ensure for their own protection that the electrical ground connections of the power utility, telephone lines and internal metallic water pipe system, if present, are connected together... This precaution may be particularly important in rural areas... Caution: Users should not attempt to make such connections themselves, but should contact the appropriate electric inspection authority, or electrician, as appropriate...

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Connecting to telephone line The modular cable that comes with the modem shall be used to connect the modem to the telephone line... In this case, if the telephone line is available through the modular jack, it is possible to connect the modem to the telephone line directly... Otherwise, an adapter is required or modification of the telephone line socket might be necessary...

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there is possibility that LSIs inside might be damaged permanently... Therefore, it is favorable to use the product under the normal operation conditions... If the product is left above the normal operating conditions, it might be possible to affect to the reliability of the LSIs...

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3... Try to determine the possible cause of the problem... If FIVA is the source of the problem, or is it being caused by a peripheral or application? Does the same operation or condition always cause the same problem? Is there something distinctive about the problem?

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Other information about FIVA can be found by visiting the CASSIOPEIA Website at: http://world... casio... com/

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Note For safety reasons, FIVA is designed so CPU Clock Speed slows down whenever internal temperature rises above a certain level... If operation continues, FIVA automatically enters the Hibernation Mode...

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Use Fn + F1 and Fn + F2 to adjust display brightness... If the display remains dim at a bright setting, it may mean that it has reached the end of its service life... With your FIVA model number on hand, contact your original dealer or authorized distributor...

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The Mobile Cockpit II activates the application function of the one touch operation buttons (P1: E-mail, P2: Internet, P3: Memo)... Thus, directly after recovering from the Standby Mode or Hibernation Mode, or when there is no selected item, the one touch operation buttons may not function... In this case, press the appropriate button again or click on the screen...

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If you set the unit to the Sleep Mode or Hibernation Mode while the device connected to the PC card is in use, the unit may lock up when recovering... To prevent data from being erased or the unit from unexpectedly malfunctioning, we recommend you to select the setting **Close all applications before entering Standby or Hibernation**...

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Install the proper printer driver... You must install the proper printer driver before you can use the printer for the first time...

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If the date and time seem to require frequent setting, it may mean that the clock battery is low... Contact your original dealer or authorized distributor about having the clock battery replaced...

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The Fn + F7 mute function may not operate while Windows Media Player is in function... During this state, information on the task tray, the master volume and the performance will not coincide with each other...

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Contact your original dealer or authorized distributor... Have the following information on hand... Product name and model number Date of purchase Current status and the names of

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CPU Transmeta Crusoe TM5600 500MHz Transmeta Crusoe TM5600 600MHz Built-in Cache Memory 128KB (1), 512KB (2) BIOS ROM 512KB

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*1 Though the FIVA TFT LCD is a very high quality display device, there may be times that brightness is uneven and when fine specs appear on the screen... Also, some dots may not illuminate or some dots may stay illuminated at all times... All of this common for liquid crystal displays, and does not indicate malfunction...

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The useful options shown below are available for use with the FIVA MPC-205E/206E...

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Note AC cord plug and wall outlet illustrated in this Users Guide shows the two-pin plug type... It may not be the same shape of AC cord plug used in your area... FIVAs AC adaptor has an automatic voltage switching circuit (input: 100 to 240VAC, 50/60Hz) and lets you use your FIVA under AC power virtually anywhere in the world without having an extra power-transformer... Note, however, that AC cord plug shape differ according to area you are in... Make sure that the AC cord you will use can fit into wall outlet and is compliance with the local electric safety standard...

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Thank you for purchasing the CASIO MPC-205E/206E... This guide describes the basic operations of the MPC-205E/206E... Read this guide in its entirely before handling or operating this products, and keep it close at hand so it can easily referenced...

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