Toshiba M200 User Manual

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TOSHIBA Portégé 
 
M200
Portable Personal Computer
User’s Manual

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  • Page 1: Personal Computer TOSHIBA Portégé M200 Portable Personal Computer User’s Manual
  • Page 2Copyright © 2003 by TOSHIBA Corporation. All rights reserved. Under the copyright laws, this manual cannot be reproduced in any...
  • Page 3FCC information Product Name : Portégé M200 Model number : PPM20 FCC notice "Declaration of Conformity Information" This equipment has...
  • Page 4FCC conditions This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:...
  • Page 5Modem warning notice Conformity Statement The equipment has been approved to [Commission Decision “CTR21”] for pan- European single terminal connection...
  • Page 6Japan regulations Region selection If you are using the computer in Japan, technical regulations described in the Telecommunications Business Law...
  • Page 7Type of service Your modem is designed to be used on standard-device telephone lines. Connec- tion to telephone company-provided coin...
  • Page 8Fax branding The Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 makes it unlawful for any person to use a computer or...
  • Page 9 NOTICE: The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) assigned to each terminal device provides an indication of the maximum number of...
  • Page 10Notes for use of this device in New Zealand ❑ The grant of a Telepermit for a device in no...
  • Page 11 ATS11=90 (DTMF dialing on/off duration=90 ms) ATX2 (Dial tone detect, but not (U.S.A.) call progress detect) ❑ When used...
  • Page 12General conditions As required by PTC 100, please ensure that this office is advised of any changes to the specifications...
  • Page 13: Table of ContentsTable of Contents Preface Manual contents .................................................................................xix Conventions ......................................................................................... xx Abbreviations ........................................................................................ xx Icons .................................................................................................... xx Keys .................................................................................................... xx Key...
  • Page 14Front with the display open .............................................................. 2-7 Indicators ............................................................................................ 2-9 AC adaptor ....................................................................................... 2-12 Chapter 3 Getting Started Setting up...
  • Page 15 Method 1: Changing the screen orientation using TOSHIBA Accelerometer Utilities ............................................ 4-11 Method 2: Changing the screen orientation using Cross...
  • Page 16 Temporarily using normal keyboard (overlay on) .................................. 5-8 Temporarily using overlay (overlay off) ................................................. 5-9 Temporarily changing modes .............................................................. 5-9...
  • Page 17Chapter 8 Optional Devices PC cards ............................................................................................. 8-2 Inserting a PC card ............................................................................. 8-2 Removing a PC card ........................................................................... 8-3...
  • Page 18 Standby/Hibernation ......................................................................... 9-17 Modem ............................................................................................. 9-17 LAN .................................................................................................. 9-19 Wireless LAN ................................................................................... 9-19 Bluetooth .......................................................................................... 9-20 Real Time Clock ..................................................................................
  • Page 19: PrefacePreface Congratulations on your purchase of the TOSHIBA Portégé M200 computer. This powerful, lightweight notebook computer is designed to provide...
  • Page 20User's Manual Chapter 5, The Keyboard, describes special keyboard functions including the keypad overlay and hotkeys. Chapter 6, Power and...
  • Page 21 Conventions Key operation Some operations require you to simultaneously use two or more keys. We identify such operations by...
  • Page 22User's Manual xxii
  • Page 23: General PrecautionsGeneral Precautions TOSHIBA computers are designed to optimize safety, minimize strain and withstand the rigors of portability. However, certain precautions...
  • Page 24User's Manual PC card overheating Some PC cards can become hot with prolonged use. Overheating of a PC card can...
  • Page 25 Stress injury Cooling fan This product is equipped with a CPU cooling fan, VGA cooling fan and vent holes....
  • Page 26User's Manual xxvi
  • Page 27 INTRODUCTION Chapter 1 Introduction Equipment checklist .......................................................................... 1-1 Hardware ............................................................................................ 1-1 Software ............................................................................................. 1-1 Features ............................................................................................. 1-2 Special features...
  • Page 28INTRODUCTION
  • Page 29: Chapters INTRODUCTION Chapter 1 Introduction This chapter provides an equipment checklist, and it identifies the computer’s features, options and accessories....
  • Page 30INTRODUCTION User's Manual • TOSHIBA Bluetooth drivers (Can be used only in Bluetooth models) • TOSHIBA Wireless LAN Driver •...
  • Page 31 Features INTRODUCTION Processor Built-in The computer is equipped with an Intel® processor, which incorporates a math co-processor, a 32...
  • Page 32INTRODUCTION User's Manual Keyboard Built-in 84 keys or 85 keys, compatible with IBM ® enhanced keyboard, embedded numeric overlay, dedicated...
  • Page 33 Features INTRODUCTION External monitor 15-pin, analog VGA port supports VESA DDC2B compat- ible functions. Docking Special port for connecting...
  • Page 34INTRODUCTION User's Manual Wireless LAN Some computers in this series are equipped with a wireless LAN mini-PCI card that is...
  • Page 35 Special features INTRODUCTION Hot keys Key combinations let you quickly modify the system configuration directly from the keyboard without...
  • Page 36INTRODUCTION User's Manual Advanced Instant This function is a utility (one of the acceleration sensor Security utilities) with the following...
  • Page 37 Utilities INTRODUCTION Battery optimized Lowers the CPU processing speed first, then if necessary turns on the fan. Utilities This...
  • Page 38INTRODUCTION User's Manual Sound drivers A broad range of audio controls are available through the ADI sound driver, including Software...
  • Page 39 Options INTRODUCTION Bluetooth TOSHIBA This software enables communication between remote Stack Bluetooth devices. Refer to the Quick Start Guide....
  • Page 40INTRODUCTION User's Manual Universal AC Adaptor If you use your computer at more than one site, it may be convenient...
  • Page 41Chapter 2 The Grand Tour Front with the display closed ........................................................... 2-1 THE GRAND TOUR Left side .............................................................................................. 2-2 Right...
  • Page 42THE GRAND TOUR
  • Page 43 Chapter 2 The Grand Tour THE GRAND TOUR This chapter identifies the various components of your computer. Become familiar...
  • Page 44 User's Manual SD card slot This slot lets you transfer data from the device to your computer. CAUTION: Keep...
  • Page 45 Right side Wireless Slide this switch to the left to turn on Bluetooth and communication Wireless LAN. Slide it...
  • Page 46 User's Manual Back side Figure 2-4 shows the computer’s back side. LAN ACTIVE LINK INDICATOR INDICATOR(ORANGE) (GREEN) DC IN...
  • Page 47 Underside LAN jack This jack lets you connect to a LAN. The adaptor has built-in support for Ethernet LAN...
  • Page 48 User's Manual Docking Port Use this port to connect an optional Tablet Multi Dock. CAUTION: Keep foreign objects out...
  • Page 49 Front with the display open Front with the display open DISPLAY LATCH PEN ICONS DISPLAY SCREEN CROSS FUNCTION BUTTON...
  • Page 50 User's Manual Display hinge The display hinge holds the display screen at easy-to-view angles. Microphones A built-in microphones can...
  • Page 51 Indicators Pen Icons The four icons on the right of the display allow you to run an application or...
  • Page 52 User's Manual DC IN 15V POWER THE GRAND TOUR DISK BATTERY WIRELESS COMMUNICATION Figure 2-8 The power source/system indicators...
  • Page 53 Indicators ARROW MODE NUMRIC MODE THE GRAND TOUR Figure 2-9 Keypad overlay indicators When the CapsLock indicator glows, the...
  • Page 54 User's Manual AC adaptor The AC adaptor converts AC power to DC power and reduces the voltage supplied to...
  • Page 55Chapter 3 Getting Started Setting up your work space .............................................................. 3-2 General conditions .............................................................................. 3-2 Placement of computer ....................................................................... 3-3...
  • Page 56GETTING STARTED
  • Page 57 Chapter 3 Getting Started This chapter provides basic information to get you started using your computer. It covers the...
  • Page 58 User’s Manual Setting up your work space Establishing a comfortable work site is important for you and your computer....
  • Page 59 Setting up your work space Placement of computer Position the computer and peripheral devices to provide comfort and safety....
  • Page 60 User’s Manual ❑ Your knees should be slightly higher than your hips. If necessary, use a foot rest to...
  • Page 61 Operating the computer in tablet mode A number of books are available on ergonomics and repetitive strain injury or...
  • Page 62 User’s Manual ❑ Change to laptop mode and turn off the computer before carrying. Do not carry the computer...
  • Page 63 Connecting the AC adaptor CAUTIONS: 1. Use only the AC adaptor supplied with your computer or an equivalent adaptor...
  • Page 64 User’s Manual 2. Connect the AC adaptor’s DC output plug to the DC IN 15V port on the back...
  • Page 65 Turning on the power Turning on the power This section describes how to turn on the power. NOTE: After...
  • Page 66 User’s Manual Starting up for the first time When you first turn on the power, the computer's initial screen...
  • Page 67 Turning off the power Hibernation mode The hibernation feature saves the contents of memory to the hard disk when...
  • Page 68 User’s Manual Starting Hibernation NOTE: You can also enable Hibernation by pressing Fn + F4. See Chapter 5, The...
  • Page 69 Turning off the power Standby mode If you have to interrupt your work, you can turn off the power...
  • Page 70 User’s Manual Benefits of standby The standby feature provides the following benefits: ❑ Restores the previous working environment more...
  • Page 71 Restarting the computer Standby limitations Standby will not function under the following conditions: ❑ Power is turned back on...
  • Page 72GETTING STARTED User’s Manual 3-16
  • Page 73Chapter 4 Operating Basics Using the Touch Pad ......................................................................... 4-1 Using the Tablet PC Pen and Reserve Pen ..................................... 4-2...
  • Page 74 Using the microphones ................................................................... 4-21 Audio ................................................................................................ 4-21 Using the internal modem .............................................................. 4-24 Region selection ............................................................................... 4-25 Properties...
  • Page 75 Chapter 4 Operating Basics This chapter gives information on basic operations including using the Touch Pad, the Tablet PC...
  • Page 76 User's Manual For some functions, you can tap the touch pad instead of pressing a control button. Click Tap...
  • Page 77 Using the Tablet PC Pen and Reserve Pen You can use the Tablet PC Pen to execute actions and...
  • Page 78 User's Manual 8. Do not apply excessive force to the Tablet PC Pen point. Crooked or deformed pen point...
  • Page 79 Using the Tablet PC Pen and Reserve Pen Removing the Tablet PC Pen TABLET PC PEN SLOT Figure 4-4...
  • Page 80 User's Manual Drag Touch the Tablet PC Pen to the screen. Without lifting the Tablet PC Pen, drag it...
  • Page 81 Using the Tablet PC Pen and Reserve Pen Inserting the Reserve Pen 1. Remove the Battery Pack. 2. Gently...
  • Page 82 User's Manual Changing to the Tablet mode To change the laptop mode to the tablet mode, follow the instructions...
  • Page 83 Changing to the Tablet mode 1. Open the display panel to the upright position. 2. Rotate the display panel...
  • Page 84 User's Manual 5. Turn the Display latch downward. 6. Insert the Display latch in the slit. 7. Press the...
  • Page 85 Changing the screen orientation NOTES: 1. Execute the following applications on Primary landscape: • 3D game software • 3D...
  • Page 86 User's Manual It is safe that you hold the computer with both hands horizontally as shown in the example....
  • Page 87 Changing to the laptop mode You can change the above sequence in the following procedure: (1) Double click Change...
  • Page 88 User's Manual Eject button When a diskette is fully seated in the drive, the eject button pops out. To...
  • Page 89 Using the USB FDD Kit NOTE: If you connect the diskette drive after turning on the computer, it will...
  • Page 90 User's Manual Wireless communications The computer’s wireless communication function supports both Wireless LAN and Bluetooth devices. In this chapter,...
  • Page 91 Wireless communications ❑ Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) data encryption, based on 256 bit encryption algorithm. (Revision B/G combo type)...
  • Page 92 User's Manual Wireless communication switch You can enable or disable Wireless LAN and Bluetooth function, with the on/off switch....
  • Page 93 LAN LAN The computer has built-in support for Ethernet LAN (10 megabits per second, 10BASE-T) and Fast Ethernet LAN...
  • Page 94 User's Manual 2. Plug one end of the cable into the LAN’s jack. Press gently until you hear the...
  • Page 95 Using the microphones Using the microphones Your computer has a built-in microphones that can be used to record stereo...
  • Page 96 User's Manual 2. Click Options and select Advanced Controls. 3. Click Advanced. 4. Check the MIC Boost checkbox. SoundMAX...
  • Page 97 Using the microphones Figure 4-16 Microphone window Power management The audio controller can be powered down when the audio...
  • Page 98 User's Manual Figure 4-17 Power Management window Trademarks: SoundMAX® and the SoundMAX logo are registered trademarks of Analog Devices,...
  • Page 99 Using the internal modem Region selection Telecommunication regulations vary from one region to another, so you will need to...
  • Page 100 User's Manual Open the Dialing Properties dialog box after selecting region. The dialing properties dialog box will be displayed...
  • Page 101 Cleaning the computer 1. Plug one end of the modular cable into the modem jack. 2. Plug the other...
  • Page 102 User's Manual ❑ Clean the computer using a slightly damp (with water) cloth. You can use glass cleaner on...
  • Page 103 Heat dispersal Maximum Turn on the fan first, then if necessary, lower the CPU performance processing speed. Performance Use...
  • Page 104OPERATING BASICS User's Manual 4-30
  • Page 105Chapter 5 The Keyboard Typewriter keys ................................................................................. 5-1 F1 … F12 function keys ..................................................................... 5-2 Soft keys: Fn key combinations...
  • Page 106THE KEYBOARD
  • Page 107 Chapter 5 The Keyboard The computer’s keyboard layouts are compatible with a 101/102-key enhanced keyboard. By pressing some keys...
  • Page 108 User's Manual F1 … F12 function keys The function keys, not to be confused with Fn, are the 12...
  • Page 109 Soft keys: Fn key combinations The keyboard is designed to provide all the features of the 101-key enhanced keyboard,...
  • Page 110 User's Manual Hotkeys Hotkeys (Fn + another key) let you enable or disable certain features of the computers. Sound...
  • Page 111 Soft keys: Fn key combinations Hibernation: When you press Fn + F4, the computer can enter Hibernation. To avoid...
  • Page 112 User's Manual Wireless setting: If your computer has both Bluetooth and Wireless LAN functions, you can press Fn +...
  • Page 113 Windows special keys Smooth View (enlarge): To enlarge the icon size on the desktop or the size of an...
  • Page 114 User's Manual Arrow mode To turn on the Arrow mode, press Fn + F10. The Arrow mode indicator lights....
  • Page 115 Generating ASCII characters 2. Type uppercase characters by holding Fn + Shift and pressing a character key. 3. Release...
  • Page 116THE KEYBOARD User's Manual 5-10
  • Page 117 POWER-UP MODES Chapter 6 POWER AND Power and Power-Up Modes Power conditions ............................................................................... 6-1 Power indicators ............................................................................... 6-3 Battery...
  • Page 118 POWER AND POWER-UP MODES
  • Page 119 POWER-UP MODES Chapter 6 POWER AND Power and Power-Up Modes The computer’s power resources include the AC adaptor and...
  • Page 120POWER-UP MODES User's Manual Table 6-1 Power conditions continued POWER AND Power on Power off (no operation) AC Battery •...
  • Page 121 Power indicators POWER-UP MODES POWER AND Power indicators The Battery, DC IN 15V and Power indicators on the system...
  • Page 122POWER-UP MODES User's Manual Power indicator POWER AND Check the Power indicator to determine the power status. Green Indicates power...
  • Page 123 Care and use of the Battery Pack POWER-UP MODES To ensure that the Battery Pack maintains its maximum capacity,...
  • Page 124POWER-UP MODES User's Manual Safety precautions POWER AND Mishandling of batteries can cause death, serious injury or property damage. Carefully...
  • Page 125 Care and use of the Battery Pack POWER-UP MODES 7. Never subject a Battery Pack to heat, such as...
  • Page 126POWER-UP MODES User's Manual Caution POWER AND 1. Never continue to use a Battery Pack after its recharging capacity has...
  • Page 127 Care and use of the Battery Pack POWER-UP MODES Charging the batteries POWER AND When the power in the...
  • Page 128POWER-UP MODES User's Manual Battery charging notice POWER AND The battery may not charge right away under the following conditions:...
  • Page 129 Care and use of the Battery Pack POWER-UP MODES 2. With repeated discharges and recharges, the battery’s POWER AND...
  • Page 130POWER-UP MODES User's Manual Retaining data with power off POWER AND When you turn off your computer with fully charged...
  • Page 131 Replacing the Battery Pack POWER-UP MODES POWER AND Replacing the Battery Pack When the Battery Pack reaches the end...
  • Page 132POWER-UP MODES User's Manual POWER AND BATTERY RELEASE LATCH BATTERY LOCK Figure 6-1 Removing the Battery Pack (1) 7. The...
  • Page 133 Replacing the Battery Pack POWER-UP MODES Installing the Battery Pack POWER AND To install a Battery Pack, follow the...
  • Page 134POWER-UP MODES User's Manual POWER AND TOSHIBA Password Utility The TOSHIBA Password Utility provides two levels of password security: User...
  • Page 135 TOSHIBA Password Utility POWER-UP MODES User Token field POWER AND ❑ Create (button) You can use an SD card...
  • Page 136POWER-UP MODES User's Manual Starting the computer by password POWER AND If you registered a password, there are two ways...
  • Page 137 Power-up modes POWER-UP MODES ❑ The beep sounds when tapping the on-screen keyboard with the tablet pen. POWER AND...
  • Page 138POWER-UP MODES User's Manual POWER AND System Auto Off This feature turns the system off automatically if the computer is...
  • Page 139Chapter 7 HW Setup HW Setup ........................................................................................... 7-1 HW SETUP Accessing HW Setup ......................................................................... 7-1 HW Setup window .............................................................................. 7-1...
  • Page 140HW SETUP
  • Page 141 Chapter 7 HW Setup This chapter explains how to use TOSHIBA HW Setup program to configure your computer. TOSHIBA...
  • Page 142 User's Manual Device Config Device Configuration This option lets you set the device configuration. All Devices BIOS sets all...
  • Page 143 HW Setup Boot Priority Boot Priority Options This option sets the priority for booting the computer. Select from the...
  • Page 144 User's Manual This procedure does not affect the settings. ❑ Use hot keys. 1. Hold down F12 and boot...
  • Page 145 HW Setup Network Boot Protocol This feature sets the protocol to remotely boot from the network. [PXE] Sets PXE...
  • Page 146 User's Manual USB-FDD Legacy Emulation Use this option to enable or disable USB-FDD Legacy Emulation. Enabled Enables the USB-FDD...
  • Page 147Chapter 8 Optional Devices PC cards ............................................................................................. 8-2 Inserting a PC card ............................................................................. 8-2 Removing a PC card ........................................................................... 8-3...
  • Page 148OPTIONAL DEVICES
  • Page 149 Chapter 8 Optional Devices Optional devices can expand the computer’s capabilities and its versatility. The following optional devices are...
  • Page 150 User's Manual PC cards The computer is equipped with a PC card expansion slot that can accommodate one 5...
  • Page 151 SD cards Removing a PC card To remove the PC card, follow the steps below: 1. Click the Safety...
  • Page 152 User's Manual NOTE: SD memory cards comply with SDMI (Secure Digital Music Initia- tive), which is a technology adapted...
  • Page 153 SD cards 4. Pinch the SD card and draw it out. SD CARD SD CARD INDICATOR Figure 8-4 Removing...
  • Page 154 User's Manual Formatted SD cards Usually new SD cards are pre-formatted before shipping. When you reformat the formatted SD...
  • Page 155 Memory expansion 2. Place a mat beneath the computer to prevent making a scratch on the lid when replacing...
  • Page 156 User's Manual 3. Close the display panel and turn the computer over. Remove the Battery Pack. 4. Loosen a...
  • Page 157 Memory expansion 6. Reinstall the cover of the memory module slot. Fasten the screw you loosened in Step 4....
  • Page 158 User's Manual 5. Push slightly outwards the latch tabs on both sides that secure the memory module with a...
  • Page 159 Battery Charger Battery Charger The battery charger (PA3091U) provides a convenient way to charge battery packs without requiring the...
  • Page 160 User's Manual External monitor An external analog monitor can be connected to the external monitor port on the computer....
  • Page 161 Security lock Security lock A security lock enables you to anchor your computer to a desk or other heavy...
  • Page 162OPTIONAL DEVICES User's Manual 8-14
  • Page 163Chapter 9 Troubleshooting Problem solving process ................................................................... 9-1 Preliminary checklist .......................................................................... 9-1 Analyzing the problem ........................................................................ 9-2 Hardware and system...
  • Page 164TROUBLESHOOTING
  • Page 165 Chapter 9 Troubleshooting TOSHIBA designed the computer for durability. However, should problems occur, following the procedures in this chapter...
  • Page 166 User's Manual ❑ Check that your diskette is correctly inserted and that the diskette’s write protect tab is correctly...
  • Page 167 Hardware and system checklist Hardware and system checklist This section discusses problems caused by your computer’s hardware or attached...
  • Page 168 User's Manual Self test When the computer starts up, the self-test will be run automatically, and the following will...
  • Page 169 Hardware and system checklist Overheating power down If the computer’s internal temperature becomes too high, the computer will auto-...
  • Page 170 User's Manual Check the condition of the cord and terminals. If the cord is frayed or damaged, replace it....
  • Page 171 Hardware and system checklist Check the Battery indicator. If it does not glow, let the computer charge the battery...
  • Page 172 User's Manual Keyboard Keyboard problems can be caused by your setup configuration. For more informa- tion refer to Chapter...
  • Page 173 Hardware and system checklist Hard disk drive Problem Procedure Computer does not Check if a diskette is in the...
  • Page 174 User's Manual You cannot access Try another diskette. If you can access the the external diskette, the original diskette...
  • Page 175 Hardware and system checklist The tablet Pen might be set unable to use. Press Fn + F9 keys to...
  • Page 176 User's Manual Double-tapping Try changing the double-click speed setting in does not work the mouse control utility. 1. Open...
  • Page 177 Hardware and system checklist 1. Open the Control Panel, select the Mouse icon and press Enter. 2. Click the...
  • Page 178 User's Manual SD card Refer also to Chapter 8, Optional Devices. Problem Procedure SD card Reseat the SD card...
  • Page 179 Hardware and system checklist Display error occurs Check that the cable connecting the external monitor to the computer is...
  • Page 180 User's Manual If you are using an operating system that does not support USB, you can still use a...
  • Page 181 Hardware and system checklist Standby/Hibernation Problem Procedure The system will Is Windows Media™ Player open? The system not enter...
  • Page 182 User's Manual After making a call Make sure the tone or pulse selection in your you can’t hear a...
  • Page 183 Hardware and system checklist LAN Problem Procedure Cannot access LAN Check for a firm cable connection between the LAN...
  • Page 184 User's Manual Bluetooth For more information on wireless communication, refer to Chapter 4, Operating Basics. Problem Procedure Cannot access...
  • Page 185 TOSHIBA support TOSHIBA support If you require any additional help using your computer or if you are having problems...
  • Page 186 User's Manual United States of America UnitedKingdom TOSHIBA America Information TOSHIBA Information Systems (U.K.) Systems, Inc. Ltd. 9740 Irvine...
  • Page 187 APPENDIXES Appendixes Appendix A Specifications ........................................................................... A-1 Appendix B Display Controller and Modes .............................................. B-1 Appendix C AT Commands...
  • Page 188APPENDIXES
  • Page 189: Appendix APPENDIX A Appendix A Specifications This appendix summarizes the computer’s technical specifications. Physical Dimensions Size With TFT display 295...
  • Page 190 User's Manual Power Requirements APPENDIX A AC adaptor 100- 240 volts AC 50 or 60 hertz (cycles per second)...
  • Page 191 Appendix A APPENDIX A Error correcting MNP class 4 and ITU-T V.42 Data compression MNP class 5 and ITU-T...
  • Page 192APPENDIX A User's Manual A-4
  • Page 193 Appendix B Display Controller and Modes APPENDIX B Display controller The display controller interprets software commands into hardware commands...
  • Page 194 User's Manual Video modes The computer supports video modes defined in the table below. If your application offers a...
  • Page 195 Appendix B Table 1 Video modes (Landscape) continued Video Type Resolution Character LCD CRT Scanning mode matrix colors colors...
  • Page 196 User's Manual Table 1 Video modes (Landscape) continued Video Type Resolution Character LCD CRT Scanning mode matrix colors colors...
  • Page 197 Appendix B Table 1 Video modes (Landscape) continued Video Type Resolution Character LCD CRT Scanning mode matrix colors colors...
  • Page 198 User's Manual Table 2 Video modes (Portrait) Video Type Resolution Character LCD CRT Scanning mode matrix colors colors frequency...
  • Page 199 Appendix B Table Video modes (Portrait) continued Video Type Resolution Character LCD CRT Scanning mode matrix colors colors frequency...
  • Page 200 User's Manual Table 2 Video modes (Portrait) continued Video Type Resolution Character LCD CRT Scanning mode matrix colors colors...
  • Page 201 Appendix C AT Commands In most cases, you will not need to type AT commands manually. However, there might...
  • Page 202 User's Manual A Answer command This command instructs the modem to go off-hook and answer an incoming call. Bn...
  • Page 203 Appendix C ; Return to command mode. Causes the modem to return to command mode after dialing a number,...
  • Page 204 User's Manual Ln Monitor speakers volume This command sets speakers volume to low, medium, or high. L0 Low volume....
  • Page 205 Appendix C Result Codes: OK n=0,1 ERROR Otherwise On Return on-line to data mode O0 Instructs the modem to...
  • Page 206 User's Manual T Select tone dialing This command instructs the modem to send DTMF tones while dialing. Dialed digits...
  • Page 207 Appendix C X5 Enable Enable OK, RING, NO CARRIER, ERROR, NODIALTONE, BUSY, CONNECT <RATE>, RRING, NO BONGTONE, DELAYED, BLACKLISTED,...
  • Page 208 User's Manual &C0 The state of the carrier from the remote modem is ignored. DCD circuit is always on....
  • Page 209 Appendix C &Gn V.22bis guard tone control This command determines which guard tone, if any, to transmit while transmitting...
  • Page 210 User's Manual &T0 Abort. Stops any test in progress. &T1 Local analog loop. This test verifies modem operation, as...
  • Page 211 Appendix C \Nn Error control mode selection This command determines the type of error control used by the modem...
  • Page 212 User's Manual \Vn Protocol result code \V0 Disable protocol result code appended to DCE speed. \V1 Enable protocol result...
  • Page 213 Appendix D S-registers S-registers contain the settings that determine how a number of functions of the internal modem operate....
  • Page 214 User's Manual S0 Auto answer ring number This register determines the number of rings the modem will count before...
  • Page 215 Appendix D S4 Response formatting character (user defined) This register determines the ASCII value used as the line feed...
  • Page 216 User's Manual S7 Connection completion time-out This register sets the time, in seconds, that the modem must wait before...
  • Page 217 Appendix D S37 Dial line rate S37 = 0 (default) maximum modem speed S37 = 1 reserved S37 =...
  • Page 218 User's Manual AT command set result codes The following table shows the result codes. The result code summary Result...
  • Page 219 Appendix D Result Code Numeric Description DELAYED*2 88 Delay is in effect for the dialed number BLACKLISTED*2 89 Dialed...
  • Page 220APPENDIX D User's Manual D-8
  • Page 221 Appendix E V.90 The TOSHIBA internal modem uses V.90 technology. The modem is capable of downstream speeds of 56Kbps...
  • Page 222 User's Manual Table E-1 Result codes for a V.90 connection No. Result code Description 70 CONNECT 32000 EC* Connection...
  • Page 223 Appendix E AT Command -V90=* V.90 Dial Line Rate -V90 sets the maximum V.90 downstream that the modem attempts...
  • Page 224APPENDIX E User's Manual E-4
  • Page 225 Appendix F Wireless LAN This appendix is intended to help you get your Wireless LAN network up and APPENDIX...
  • Page 226 User's Manual R-FFrequency „ Band 2.4 GHz (2400-2483.5 MHz) (Revision B and G) Modulation Technique „ DSSS-CCK, DSSS-DQPSK, DSSSDBPSK...
  • Page 227 Appendix F *1 Factory-set default channels *2 Refer to the sheet Approved Countries/Regions for use for the countries/regions that...
  • Page 228APPENDIX F User's Manual F-4
  • Page 229 Appendix G AC Power Cord and Connectors APPENDIX G The power cord’s AC input plug must be compatible with...
  • Page 230 User's Manual The following illustrations show the plug shapes for the U.S.A. and Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia and...
  • Page 231 Appendix H Internal Modem Guide This appendix describes how to install and the remove the internal modem. CAUTIONS: 1....
  • Page 232 User’s Manual 10. Seat the base cover and secure it with nine screws. 11. Seat the cover of a...
  • Page 233 Appendix I Parts Numbers The computer configuration and parts numbers, printed on a label on the bottom of the...
  • Page 234User's Manual Configurations The following table shows the computer configuration indicated on a label. Shaded areas indicate abbreviations used on...
  • Page 235: Glossary GLOSSARY Glossary The terms in this glossary cover the topics discussed in this manual. Alternate naming is included for...
  • Page 236GLOSSARY adaptor (Abbreviations continued) ANSI: American National Standards VESA: Video Electronic Standards Institute. An organization established Association to adopt and...
  • Page 237 cache memory B boot: Short for bootstrap. A program GLOSSARY that starts or restarts the computer. The program reads...
  • Page 238 capacity capacity: The amount of data that can commands: Instructions you enter at GLOSSARY be stored on a magnetic...
  • Page 239 disk drive system works. You use the HW Setup data access arrangement: Circuitry GLOSSARY program to control your system...
  • Page 240 disk storage unit physically rotates the disk at high GLOSSARY peripheral device) and then retrans- speed past a read-write...
  • Page 241 hotkey directs a microprocessor’s activities. H GLOSSARY fixed disk: See hard disk. floppy disk: See diskette. hard disk: A...
  • Page 242 HW Setup HW Setup: A TOSHIBA utility that GLOSSARY I/O: Input/output. Refers to accep- lets you set the parameters...
  • Page 243 motherboard L menu: A software interface that GLOSSARY displays a list of options on the screen. Also called a...
  • Page 244 non-system disk system functions include interpreting GLOSSARY N programs, creating data files, and controlling the transmission and non-system disk:...
  • Page 245 RJ11 peripheral device: An I/O device that GLOSSARY is external to the central processor and/ R or main memory...
  • Page 246 ROM ROM: Read Only Memory: A GLOSSARY subpixel: Three elements, one red, nonvolatile memory chip manufac- one green and...
  • Page 247 write protection TOSHIBA tablet pen: An input device GLOSSARY W for Tablet PC. User can write the character on...
  • Page 248GLOSSARY Glossary-14
  • Page 249: IndexIndex A D AC adaptor 1-4, 2-12 DC IN 15V indicator 2-10, 6-3 DC IN 15V port 2-4 Disk indicator...
  • Page 250 User's Manual Fn + F3 (standby) 5-4 Infrared port, See also Ports Fn + F4 (hibernation) 5-5 problems 9-10...
  • Page 251 Index removing 8-9 LAN 2-5 slots 1-3 microphone, See Sound system Microphone, See sound system, modem 2-5 microphone USB...
  • Page 252 User's Manual USB mouse 9-12 Tablet Multi Dock 8-11 Wireless LAN 9-19 Tablet PC 3-5 Processor 1-3 Tablet PC...
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