ViewSonic VPC101 User Manual

ViewSonic VPC101 Manual

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  • ViewSonic VPC101 | User Manual - Page 1
    ViewSonic VPC101 All-in-One PC ® Model No. : VS12602
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    ... turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. •... content of more than 0.0005% Mercury or more than, 0.002% Cadmium, or more than 0.004% Lead. ViewSonic VPC101 i
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    ... device complies with Canadian RSS-210.To prevent radio interference to the licensed service, this device is intended to be operated indoors and away from windows to ..., Greece, Luxembourg, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Hungary, Poland and Malta. ViewSonic VPC101 ii
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    ... when it will be unused for long periods of time. 14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Service is required when the unit has been damaged in any way, ..., if the unit is exposed to rain or moisture, or if the unit does not operate normally or has been dropped. ViewSonic VPC101 iii
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    ... 4. Lead as an allotting element in steel containing up to 0.35% lead by weight, aluminium containing up to 0.4% lead by weight and as a cooper alloy containing up to 4% lead by weight. ViewSonic VPC101 iv
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    ... must be authorized by Macrovision, and is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision. Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited. ViewSonic VPC101 v
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    ... mail or fax to ViewSonic. For Your Records Product Name: Model Number: Document Number: Serial Number: Purchase Date: VPC101 ViewSonic All-in-One PC VS12602 VPC101-1_UG_ENG Rev. 1B 09-21-09 _____ _____ Product disposal at end of product life ...
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    ... lights...12 Setting up the PC...13 Preparing to setup your PC ...13 Connecting the power...14 Connecting the wired keyboard and mouse ...15 Customizing... display ...17 Brightness control...17 Using the PC ...18 Connecting to the Internet ...18 Connecting to a wired network ...18 ViewSonic VPC101 1
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    ...23 Removing a disc ...23 Using memory cards...24 Using the touch screen (for select models) ...... computer ...29 Storing your computer ...30 CDs and DVDs (ViewSonic Wizard CD and System Recovery and Driver ... Saving menu ...36 System Recovery...37 When to Use System Recovery...37 ViewSonic VPC101 2...
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    ... Tool...40 Using the recovery DVD ...43 Troubleshooting ...45 Frequently asked questions (FAQ) ...45 Power problems ...45 Internet access problems ...46 ... ...50 Miscellaneous problems ...51 Specifications ...52 Other information ...54 Customer Support...54 Limited Warranty...55 ViewSonic VPC101 3
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    ...contains printed information and PDF user manuals to help you perform various tasks....up your computer. Non-printed documentation • ViewSonic Wizard CD (containing this manual) provides ... information for particular situation. TIP: Indicates useful information for completing a task. ViewSonic VPC101...
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    ...be different from those illustrated below due to regional variations. Standard items All-in-One PC power adapter power cord Quick Start Guide ViewSonic Wizard CD System Recovery and Driver Disk mouse keyboard ViewSonic VPC101 5
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    ...-in microphone receives sounds and voices when used with the built-in webcam. The monitor is equipped with touch screen. You may make adjustments to your work field at your ... speakers deliver high-quality audio while listening to music or watching your home videos and DVD discs. ViewSonic VPC101 6
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    Getting to know the PC 5 6 Power. Press to turn on your computer. LCD display switch. Press to turn on or turn off the display.... The design of the vents is to prevent the computer from overheating. The internal fans blow hot air away from heatsensitive components in the computer. ViewSonic VPC101 7
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    ... output jack. Connect your headphones or speakers to this jack to listen to the sound from your PC when watching videos and DVDs, listening to music, and playing ... a security lock (sold separately) and cable (sold separately) to the slot to help prevent possible theft. 8 9 10 ViewSonic VPC101 8
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    Getting to know the PC Right-side view No. 1 Item CD/DVD drive Description Press the Eject button and insert a CD/DVD into this ...or DVD into this drive and burn the data with CD/ DVD recording applications installed on your system. Press to open the disc tray. 2 Eject button ViewSonic VPC101 9
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    Getting to know the PC Left-side view No. 1 Item USB ports 2 Media card reader Description Connect the USB plugs into the USB ports...: Press to toggle between uppercase and lowercase text as you type. 2. key: Press to switch between character insert mode. ViewSonic VPC101 10
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    Getting to know the PC 3. Mute key: Press to mute the volume. 4. Volume down key: Press to decrease the volume level. 5. ...s settings” window, then select “Keyboard”, and make adjustments in the opened “Keyboard Properties” dialog box according to your preference. ViewSonic VPC101 11
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    Getting to know the PC Overview of the wired mouse (front view) 1. Left button: single-click or double-click to select items. To drag and drop items, ... green. • When the CD/DVD drive is not in use, the LED indicator goes off. 1 2 3 LCD display power CD/DVD drive activity ViewSonic VPC101 12
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    Setting up the PC This section describes how to set up your computer and make adjustments to the monitor. Preparing to setup your PC Before .... Please ensure the computer stand has been pulled up to its fully extended position, so that your computer may stand firm and upright. ViewSonic VPC101 13
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    Setting up the PC 3. Carefully lift the computer and adjust the angle of the screen. You may push the computer stand inwards to avoid .... 1. Connect the power cable to the supplied power adapter. 2. Connect the power plug to the power jack on the rear panel of the monitor. ViewSonic VPC101 14
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    Setting up the PC 3. Connect the power adapter to a nearby power outlet. Do not plug in or turn on the power to the ... open the Adjusting your computer's settings window. 3. Select Mouse to open the Mouse Properties dialog box. 4. Make adjustments according to your preference. ViewSonic VPC101 15
  • ViewSonic VPC101 | User Manual - Page 23
    ...computer to turn it on. Then follow the on-screen instructions to complete the initial setup. Turning off the PC To turn off the system, close all the active windows, and then... you may press the Power button on the front panel of the computer to turn off the system. ViewSonic VPC101 16
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    Setting up the PC Configuring the display You may press the Auto-adjust button to automatically optimize and adjust the screen settings ... to display the Brightness indicator, and then press the same button to increase the level or press the Decrease button to decrease the level. ViewSonic VPC101 17
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    ... CD and DVD, reading and writing to your memory cards, and taking control of your computer via the touchscreen technology. Connecting to the Internet With ... You have set up the broadband modem (DSL or cable). 2. Connect the computer LAN port to the modem with an Ethernet cable. ViewSonic VPC101 18
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    Using the PC 3. Open the Web browser and access any Web site to test the network connection. Connecting to a wireless network (...the Wireless Network icon in the system tray, networks. 3. Choose a network you intend to join from the list. , to open a list of available wireless ViewSonic VPC101 19
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    Using the PC If the selected network requires security authentication, please enter user name and password. 4. If you are able to ...time via instant message programs. Check the ambient light conditions around the webcam to avoid getting images that appear too dark or too light. ViewSonic VPC101 20
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    Using the PC Using the optical disc drive Your computer comes with an optical disc drive, which supports music CDs, video CDs and DVD.... lights up and flashes. When the indicator light is flashing, do not move the computer. 1. Press the Eject button on the drive, as shown below. ViewSonic VPC101 21
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    Using the PC 2. Gently pull out the disc tray. 3. With the label side facing forward, place the disc in the center of the disc tray. 4....disc tray back into the disk slot. 5. The optical disc drive indicator is on and your computer will start to read the disc you just inserted. ViewSonic VPC101 22
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    ...For more instructions about the selected software, please see its manual or online help. 3. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete burning process. Removing a disc ...indicator is off. 2. Press the Eject button on the drive. 3. Pull out the disc tray and remove the disc. ViewSonic VPC101 23
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    Using the PC Alternatively, you may click "Start", select "Computer" to open the Computer window, then right-click the disc drive icon, ... memory card to insert it into the slot until it clicks into place. Insert the card with the metallic connectors facing towards you. ViewSonic VPC101 24
  • ViewSonic VPC101 | User Manual - Page 32
    ... of the memory card. If no window appears on the desktop, click "Start", select "Computer" to open the Computer window, then double-click the memory card icon ... lose data. Always remove the inserted memory card from the media card reader before you turn off the computer. ViewSonic VPC101 25
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    Using the PC Using the touch screen (for select models) Your computer is equipped with a touch screen which has a high sensitivity level. You can...item to open the item's menu, then move your finger to the appropriate menu item. When your remove your finger, the item is selected. ViewSonic VPC101 26
  • ViewSonic VPC101 | User Manual - Page 34
    ... mouse. 2. If your USB device hasn't been connected with the USB cable, connect one end of the USB cable into the USB port on your device. 3. Connect the other end of the USB cable into the computer's USB port. The following USB device illustration is for reference only. ViewSonic VPC101 27
  • ViewSonic VPC101 | User Manual - Page 35
    ... the opened menu. 4. A message appears in the system tray to notify that it is now safe to remove the hardware device. 5. Gently remove the USB device from the USB port on the computer. ViewSonic VPC101 28
  • ViewSonic VPC101 | User Manual - Page 36
    ..., keyboard and mouse. Screen and computer As your LCD screen is a product made of glass which is equipped with high touchscreen technology, it is recommended that ... onto the cloth, and then carefully wipe the screen surface with it. Never spray cleaner directly onto the screen. ViewSonic VPC101 29
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    ... and System Recovery and Driver Disk) Your computer is shipped with a ViewSonic Wizard CD, containing this user manual, and a System Recovery and Driver Disk, allowing you... in straight line, rinse the disc well, and then allow it to air dry completely. ViewSonic VPC101 30
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    .... 1. For wireless keyboard or mouse only, if your keyboard or mouse has a power button, turn it off. 2. For wireless keyboard or mouse only, remove ... components of keyboard or mouse. 5. Before reassembling and reconnecting the keyboard or mouse, ensure they are completely dry. ViewSonic VPC101 31
  • ViewSonic VPC101 | User Manual - Page 39
    ...BIOS setup screen shown in this chapter is for your reference only. The actual items or settings on your VPC101 may differ. To run BIOS setup, press the key immediately when the ViewSonic logo ... key at the time. The BIOS setup main screen will appear as follows. ViewSonic VPC101 32
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    ... Displays the configuration menus for your computer. Displays the ways of exiting BIOS setup. Displays keyboard instructions for moving around and making ... Help information about the current menu selected. Displays keyboard instructions for moving around and making selections. ViewSonic VPC101 33
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    ...0 Master IDE Channel 1 Master Advanced BIOS Features menu The Advanced BIOS Features menu displays all the bootable devices present on the system. It offers ... to specify a device and then use or to change the sequence. Press to save the changes and exit the menu. ViewSonic VPC101 34
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    BIOS Setup Utility First Boot Device Second Boot Device Third Boot Device Press to access its submenu. Use ... select this menu and press , a message window will appear. • Typing will load BIOS defaults for all items. • Typing will cancel this command. ViewSonic VPC101 35
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    ... password without having memorized it or written it down and stored it with your VPC101 warranty documentation. Save & Exit Setup menu After finished with your... any changes and restart the system. • Typing will cancel this command and return to the BIOS setup main screen. ViewSonic VPC101 36
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    System Recovery Your All-in-One PC supports system recovery to enable users to ...: 1. Turn on the All-in-One PC. The system boots up and the ViewSonic® logo appears. 2. When the screen displays F3... PC then follow the same procedures above. 3. Click ViewSonic® Recovery Manager. ViewSonic VPC101 37
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    System Recovery 4. Click OK. 5. Another confirmation message appears, as below. Click OK. 6. Click OK to continue. System recovery is initiated and the following screen appears. ViewSonic VPC101 38
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    ... has been restored, the following window appears. 8. Click OK to restart your All-in-One PC. Restarting may take several seconds to finish. 9. After ... to help you configure basic settings. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete setup and start using your All-in-One PC. ViewSonic VPC101 39
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    ... the steps below: 1. Close all open programs. 2. Click Start, then click All Programs to open the list of programs installed on your computer. 3. Click ViewSonic and select Recovery Disc Creation Tool. ViewSonic VPC101 40
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    System Recovery 4. Click Recovery Disc Creation Tool. 5. Click YES. ViewSonic VPC101 41
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    ... to do so, and then click YES. 7. Click OK to continue. 8. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the disc burning process. 9. The following window appears to...that the recovery disc has been created. Click OK. 10. Store the recovery disc in a safe place for future use. ViewSonic VPC101 42
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    ... disc into the disc slot and then restart and boot from CD. 2. When the screen displays the following message, quickly press any key within 2 seconds.... A confirmation window appears. Click YES. 5. Click YES to continue recovering your computer to its original factory condition. ViewSonic VPC101 43
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    ... the system has been restored, the following window appears. Click OK to restart your All-in-One PC. Restarting may take several seconds to finish. 8. After restarting, follow the on-screen instructions to complete setup and start using your All-in-One PC. ViewSonic VPC101 44
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    ... use, write down the message and follow the on-screen instruction if any. For further details, refer to the documentation or user manual of the program or hardware. ... your data first, and then recover your system. Check the supplied System Recovery and Driver Disk for details. ViewSonic VPC101 45
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    ... try changing the channel, as another access point may be interfering. - Contact your ISP to ensure they are not experiencing technical problems. The wireless Internet connection is unstable. ViewSonic VPC101 46
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    ...disc is centered in the tray. • Try another CD or DVD (preferably an unused one) to test if the optical disc drive works well. • If you are inserting ...disk drive. The inserted disc doesn't slide out when I press the Eject button. I cannot write (burn) a disc (CD or DVD). ViewSonic VPC101 47
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    ... in amber, your monitor has entered Sleep mode. Press the Power button on the front panel to turn on the screen. • Check if the brightness level of the ... on the screen are too large or too small, or the images are blurred. The images on the screen are too bright or too dark. ViewSonic VPC101 48
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    Troubleshooting Keyboard and mouse problems Symptom Keyboard or mouse commands are not recognized by the computer. Possible solution • If you ...the numeric keypad. The cursor moves slowly and does not respond to the movement of the mouse. The cursor moves too fast or too slow. ViewSonic VPC101 49
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    Troubleshooting Sound and microphone problems Symptom I hear noise when connecting a headphone to the computer. Possible solution • Check if the ...-in speakers. The external microphone does not work. Certain audio files cannot be played, and the Codec error messages appear. ViewSonic VPC101 50
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    ... the memory card is fully inserted into the card reader slot. • Ensure that the memory card is one of the supported types. For more information, see Media card reader. • ... the product. The media card reader cannot read my memory card. USB devices quit working unexpectedly. ViewSonic VPC101 51
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    Specifications Model Processor VPC101 Intel® Atom 230 processor, 1.6GHz Single Core, FSB 533MHz Intel® Atom 330 processor, 1.6GHz ... Integrated Intel® 802.11b/g Wireless Networking Ports and Connectors Keyboard Media Card Reader Network Wireless Network (for select models) ViewSonic VPC101 52
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    ... kg / 16.52 lbs Environment Requirements Dimension Weight Intel®, the Intel logo, Intel Core, and Core Inside are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and other countries. ViewSonic VPC101 53
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    ....com [email protected] www.viewsoniceurope.com/uk/Support/Calldesk.htm [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] soporte@...(Toll-Free)= 1-800-688-6688 T (Toll)= 1-424-233-2530 F= 1-909-468-1202 ViewSonic VPC101 54
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    ... service center or ViewSonic. 4. For additional information or the name of the nearest ViewSonic service center, contact ViewSonic. 4.3: ViewSonic All-in-One PC Warranty Page 1 of 2 AIO PC_LW01 Rev. 1a 02-11-09 ViewSonic VPC101 55
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    ... and Russia, full details of warranty provided can be found in www.viewsoniceurope.com under Support/Warranty Information. 4.3: ViewSonic All-in-One PC Warranty Page 2 of 2 AIO PC_LW01 Rev. 1a 02-11-09 ViewSonic VPC101 56
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