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Veriton 3500 series
(Veriton 3500/Veriton 3500G)
User’s guide
VT3500series_EN.book Page i Tuesday, April 16, 2002 11:24 AM
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Inhaltsverzeichnis

Seite 1 - Veriton 3500 series

Veriton 3500 series(Veriton 3500/Veriton 3500G)User’s guideVT3500series_EN.book Page i Tuesday, April 16, 2002 11:24 AM

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xVT3500series_EN.book Page x Tuesday, April 16, 2002 11:24 AM

Seite 3 - FCC notice

1 First things firstVT3500series_EN.book Page 1 Tuesday, April 16, 2002 11:24 AM

Seite 4 - Important safety instructions

This chapter describes the contents of your computer package and also provides important tips on how to take care of your computer.VT3500series_EN.boo

Seite 5 - Laser compliance statement

3Package contents Before you unpack your computer, make sure that you have enough space to set up your computer. Carefully unpack the carton and re

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1 First things first4Taking care of your computerPlease read the important instructions listed in this section. Following these instructions will he

Seite 7 - Contents

5To clean your pointing deviceTo clean a regular mouse (with rubber ball):1 Open the circular cover underneath the mouse. 2 Take out the rubber ball a

Seite 8 - 5 System utilities 71

1 First things first6Accessing the user’s guideThis user’s guide is also available on your computer as an Adobe Acrobat PDF file.To access the user’s

Seite 9 - Index 87

2 System tourVT3500series_EN.book Page 7 Tuesday, April 16, 2002 11:24 AM

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This chapter discusses the features and components of your computer.VT3500series_EN.book Page 8 Tuesday, April 16, 2002 11:24 AM

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9Features Here are just a few of your computer’s many features:Performance• Intel Pentium® 4 processor • System memory expandable to a maximum of 2GB

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Changes may be made periodically to the information in this publication without obligation to notify any person of such revision or changes. Such cha

Seite 13 - Package contents

2 System tour10• One parallel port• One VGA port• Six Universal Serial Bus (USB) ports (two on the front and four on the rear panel)• High-speed fax/

Seite 14 - Taking care of your computer

11Front panelYour computer’s front panel consists of the following: Label Icon Component1 Floppy drive light-emitting diode (LED)2 3.5-inch floppy dr

Seite 15 - To clean your monitor

2 System tour12Note: The system has two microphone-in jacks (front and rear). However, you can not use both of them at the same time. By default,

Seite 16 - Accessing the user’s guide

13Rear panelYour computer’s rear panel consists of the following: Label Icon Color Component1 Power supply 2 Voltage selector switch3Keyhole4 Green P

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2 System tour14For information on how to connect the peripherals, see “Connecting peripherals” on page 31 and “Connecting options” on page 40.10 Mode

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15KeyboardThe keyboard that came with your computer has full-sized keys that include separate cursor keys, two Windows keys, and twelve function keys.

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2 System tour16Function keysThe function keys, F1 - F12, let you perform specific functions, depending on the application that uses them.Lock keys Th

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17Windows keysThe keyboard has two keys that perform Windows-specific functions.Cursor keys The cursor keys, also called the arrow keys, let you move

Seite 21 - Front panel

2 System tour18Volume control/Mute knobThe volume control/mute knob controls the speaker volume. Turn it clockwise or counterclockwise to adjust the

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19Internet/Suspend keysThe Internet/Suspend keys consist of three buttons:Programmable keysThe programmable keys help you directly access a URL (Web s

Seite 23 - Rear panel

iiiNoticesFCC noticeThis device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.

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2 System tour20MouseThe mouse has one ratchet wheel and two buttons: a left button and a right button. Quickly pressing and releasing the buttons i

Seite 25 - Keyboard

21Disk drivesYour computer comes with the following disk drives: Floppy driveYour computer’s 3.5-inch floppy drive accepts 720-KB and 1.44-MB capacit

Seite 26 - Lock keys

2 System tour22CD-ROM/DVD-ROM/CD-RW driveYour computer may come with a CD-ROM, DVD-ROM or a CD-RW drive. This drive is located on the front panel of

Seite 27 - Palm rest

232 When the disc tray slides open, place the CD or DVD gently on the tray. Make sure that the label or title side of the disc is facing upward. Whe

Seite 28 - Multimedia keys

2 System tour24Hard disk Your computer is preinstalled with a high-capacity Enhanced-IDE (E-IDE) hard disk. Refer to “Replacing the hard disk” on pag

Seite 29 - Programmable keys

3 Setting up your computerVT3500series_EN.book Page 25 Tuesday, April 16, 2002 11:24 AM

Seite 30 - PS/2 Mouse

This chapter contains step-by-step instructions on how to set up your computer and connect additional peripherals.VT3500series_EN.book Page 26 Tuesd

Seite 31 - Disk drives

27Arranging a comfortable work area Working safely begins with the arrangement of your work space and the proper use of equipment. For this reason, it

Seite 32 - CD-ROM/DVD-ROM/CD-RW drive

3 Setting up your computer28Attach the foot stands to the slots on the housing frame (b) as shown in the figure below:To place your PC in the regular

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292 Attach the foot stands as shown in the figure that follows.3 Place your computer in the desired location.Take note of the following when selecting

Seite 34 - Hard disk

ivUse conditionsThis part complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not caus

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3 Setting up your computer30Positioning your monitorPlace your monitor at a comfortable viewing distance, usually 50 to 60 centimeters away. Adjust

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31Connecting peripheralsSetting up your computer is easy. For the most part, you only have four things to connect: the mouse, the keyboard, the moni

Seite 37 - Positioning your PC

3 Setting up your computer32PS/2 mousePlug the PS/2 mouse cable into the PS/2 mouse port (green port) located on the rear panel of your computer.VT

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33Serial mousePlug the serial mouse cable into the serial port (teal or turquoise port) located on the rear panel of your computer.VT3500series_EN.b

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3 Setting up your computer34Connecting your keyboard USB keyboardPlug your USB keyboard cable into any of the USB ports (black port) located on the

Seite 40 - Positioning your mouse

35PS/2 keyboardPlug your PS/2 keyboard cable into the PS/2 keyboard port (purple port) located on the rear panel of your computer.VT3500series_EN.bo

Seite 41 - Connecting peripherals

3 Setting up your computer36Connecting a monitor To connect a monitor, simply plug the monitor cable into the monitor port (blue port) located on

Seite 42 - PS/2 mouse

37Connecting the power cableCaution! Before you proceed, check the voltage range in your area. Make sure that it matches your computer’s voltage set

Seite 43 - Serial mouse

3 Setting up your computer38Turning on your computerAfter connecting the necessary peripherals and plugging in the power cable, you are now ready to

Seite 44 - Connecting your keyboard

39Turning off your computerTo turn off your computer, follow the steps below.For Windows XP:1 On the Windows XP taskbar, click on the Start button, an

Seite 45 - PS/2 keyboard

vresult in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the product.10 Do not attempt to service this product yourself, as opening or

Seite 46 - Connecting a monitor

3 Setting up your computer40Connecting optionsConnecting your printerYour computer supports parallel, serial and USB printers.To connect a parallel p

Seite 47 - Connecting the power cable

41Connecting the modem (optional)Set up your modem connection by plugging the telephone line and modem line into their corresponding ports on the

Seite 48 - Turning on your computer

3 Setting up your computer42Connecting to the networkYou can connect your computer to a Local Area Network (LAN) using a network cable. To do so, si

Seite 49 - Turning off your computer

43Connecting multimedia devicesYou can connect multimedia devices such as microphone, earphone or headphone, external speakers, and audio line-in devi

Seite 50 - Connecting options

3 Setting up your computer44• earphones, headphones: connect to the Headphone-out port (lime port) located on the front panel of your computerNote

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45• external speakers: connect to the Audio-out/Line-out jack (lime jack) and Speaker power jack located on the rear panel of your computer • aud

Seite 52 - Connecting to the network

3 Setting up your computer46Connecting USB devices Universal Serial Bus (USB) is a serial bus design that is capable of cascading peripherals such as

Seite 53 - Connecting multimedia devices

47Note: Some USB devices have a built-in USB port which allows you to connect or daisy-chain more USB devices. VT3500series_EN.book Page 47 Tuesda

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3 Setting up your computer48VT3500series_EN.book Page 48 Tuesday, April 16, 2002 11:24 AM

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4 Upgrading your computerVT3500series_EN.book Page 49 Tuesday, April 16, 2002 11:24 AM

Seite 56 - Connecting USB devices

viLithium battery statementCAUTIONDanger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended b

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This chapter contains instructions on how to upgrade your computer and basic information about your system boards that you will find helpful when perf

Seite 58 - 3 Setting up your computer48

51Installation precautionsBefore you install any computer component, we recommend that you read the following sections. These sections contain import

Seite 59 - 4 Upgrading your

4 Upgrading your computer52Post-installation instructionsObserve the following after installing a computer component:1 See to it that the components

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53Opening your computerCaution: Before you proceed, make sure that you have turned off your computer and all peripherals connected to it. Read the “

Seite 61 - Installation precautions

4 Upgrading your computer54To replace the computer cover1 Align the cover’s hinges to the housing frame (a); then gently push it in to slide it back

Seite 62 - 4 Upgrading your computer52

55Internal componentsThe figure below shows what your computer looks like once you remove the cover: Note: The mainboard model shown in the figure a

Seite 63 - Opening your computer

4 Upgrading your computer56System boardsMainboard layoutThe mainboard becomes accessible once you open your computer. Refer to the section below for

Seite 64 - To replace the computer cover

57Veriton 3500 mainboard layout VT3500series_EN.book Page 57 Tuesday, April 16, 2002 11:24 AM

Seite 65 - Internal components

4 Upgrading your computer58Veriton 3500G mainboard layout VT3500series_EN.book Page 58 Tuesday, April 16, 2002 11:24 AM

Seite 66 - System boards

59Label ComponentBT1 Battery CN2 PS/2 mouse (upper) and keyboard (lower) ports CN3 USB ports CN4 COM 2 connectorCN6 Game portCN7 Power connectorCN8 Pa

Seite 67 - Veriton 3500 mainboard layout

ContentsNotices iiiFCC notice iiiImportant safety instructions ivLaser compliance statement vLithium battery statement viMacrovision® statement v

Seite 68 - 4 Upgrading your computer58

4 Upgrading your computer60Note: For the location of the AGP slot on the Veriton 3500G mainboard, see page 58.CN24 Power/Suspend LED connector CN25

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61Audio boardThe audio board that came with your computer should look like the figure that follows. Note: The system has two microphone-in jacks

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4 Upgrading your computer62Upgrading your computer Certain components of your computer are upgradeable such as the memory, the hard disk, the CPU and

Seite 71 - Audio board

632 Locate the DDR DIMM socket on the mainboard.3 Press the holding clips on both sides of the DDR DIMM socket outward to release the DDR DIMM (1,2).

Seite 72 - Upgrading your computer

4 Upgrading your computer642 Align the DDR DIMM with the socket (1). Press the DDR DIMM into the socket until the clips lock onto the DDR DIMM (2,3)

Seite 73 - To install a DDR DIMM

653 Press the tabs (a) and (b) on both sides of the drive frame to release it from the housing. Rotate the drive frame to a 90-degree angle (c); then

Seite 74 - Replacing the hard disk

4 Upgrading your computer664 Detach hard disk cable (a) and power cable (b) from the hard disk. Then, remove the screw that holds the hard disk to th

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676 Install the new hard disk into the housing (a,b,c,d,e). Secure it with the screw you removed earlier (f) and connect the power and hard disk cabl

Seite 76 - Set the screw aside

4 Upgrading your computer687 Reinstall the drive frame into the housing (i,j). Make sure the tabs on both sides snap into place.8 Reattach the CD or

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694 Pull out the bracket on the housing opposite the selected empty slot. 5 Remove the expansion card from its protective packaging.6 Align the card w

Seite 78 - Installing an expansion card

viiiAdjusting your chair 27Positioning your PC 27Positioning your monitor 30Positioning your keyboard 30Positioning your mouse 30Connecting peripheral

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4 Upgrading your computer707 Secure the card to your computer with the screw you removed earlier. 8 Replace the computer cover (see page 54).When you

Seite 80 - 4 Upgrading your computer70

5 System utilitiesVT3500series_EN.book Page 71 Tuesday, April 16, 2002 11:24 AM

Seite 81 - 5 System utilities

This chapter describes the applications that came with your computer.VT3500series_EN.book Page 72 Tuesday, April 16, 2002 11:24 AM

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73Your computer comes with the following applications:• Acrobat® Reader™ • LANDesk Client Manager (LDCM)• Norton AntiVirus• NTI CD-Maker •PowerDVD• B

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5 System utilities74Acrobat ReaderAcrobat Reader is a software that lets you view, navigate, browse and print Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) fi

Seite 84 - Acrobat Reader

75LDCM (optional)LANDesk Client Manager (LDCM) allows desktop management via the Web, standard network, or dial-up connections. It is compatible with

Seite 85 - LDCM (optional)

5 System utilities76Norton AntiVirusNorton AntiVirus is an anti-virus software which finds and repairs infected files, protecting against viruses to

Seite 86 - Norton AntiVirus

77NTI CD-Maker (for models with CD-RW) The NTI CD-Maker is a CD-Recording software which allows you to create and copy audio, data and videos to CD-R

Seite 87 - (for models with CD-RW)

5 System utilities78PowerDVD (for models with DVD)PowerDVD is a high-quality, pure software DVD player which brings high-quality movies and karaoke t

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79BIOS utility The BIOS utility is a hardware configuration program built into your computer's Basic Input/Output System (BIOS). Since most c

Seite 89 - BIOS utility

ixReinstalling programs 80Recovering your system 806 Frequently asked questions 81Index 87VT3500series_EN.book Page ix Tuesday, April 16, 2002 11:

Seite 90 - Reinstalling programs

5 System utilities80Reinstalling programsIf you uninstall one of the preinstalled programs and want to reinstall it, do the following: 1 Make sure th

Seite 91 - 6 Frequently asked

6 Frequently asked questionsVT3500series_EN.book Page 81 Tuesday, April 16, 2002 11:24 AM

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This chapter tells you what to do in case your computer is not working properly. However, if a more serious problem arises, contact your dealer or th

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83The following questions are possible situations that may arise during the use of your computer and each is followed by easy answers and solutions to

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6 Frequently asked questions84Q: Nothing appears on the screen.A: Your computer’s power management function automatically blanks the screen to save

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85Q: System cannot read diskette, hard disk, CD or DVD information.A: Check the following:• Make sure that you are using the correct type of disc or

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6 Frequently asked questions86VT3500series_EN.book Page 86 Tuesday, April 16, 2002 11:24 AM

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87IndexAaccessing the user’s guide 6BBIOS utility 79Ccomputer maintenance 4cleaning 4servicing 4connecting optionsmultimedia devices

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Index88area 27chair 27connecting peripheralsexternal monitor 36power cable 37USB keyboard 34USB mouse 31keyboard 30monitor 30

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